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A

  • Abell, Sir Westcott, Channel Train Ferry Steamers for Southern Railway, 429, 436
  • Admiralty Laboratory, Teddington, Magneto-striction Apparatus, 42
  • Airspeed, Ltd., Civil Aeroplanes, 39
  • Aiton and Co., Ltd., Pipework at Tir John Power Station, 653
  • Albert Canal, 503, 504, 514, 530, 540, 556, 557, 566
  • Alexander, G. H., Machinery, Ltd., Erichsen Pattern Sheet Metal Tester, B.I.F., 617; Testing Machine, B.I.F., 617
  • Allday, William, and Co., Ltd., Gas Furnaces, B.I.F., 690
  • Allen, Edgar, and Co., Ltd. " Sharpaform " Cutter, 309; (Letter), 383
  • Allen West and Co., Ltd., Boiler Instrument Panels for Brighton Power Station, 208
  • "Alusol" Jointing Aluminium Alloys with, (638)
  • American General Electric Company, Tests on Voltage Regulators, 362
  • American Locomotive Co Streamlined Steam Locomotive, 547
  • Amsler, A. J., and Co., Testing Machine, T. C. Howden and Co., 676
  • Andrew, Professor J. H., and G. T. Richardson, An Investigation of Spring Steels, 484
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Portable Compressor, 363
  • Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Railcar with Pneumatic Tires for L.M.S. Railway, 207
  • Ash Company (London), Ltd., Ash-handling Plant at Tir John Power Station, 653
  • Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., Railcars for G.W.R., 17; 80 b.h.p. Generator Set. 233
  • Atkinson, J. F., Autoset Castor, 282
  • "Atlantique, L'," Judgment of Paris Court of Appeal, 1, 29
  • Atmos Revolving Boiler, J. Victor Blomquist, 312
  • Aveling-Barford, Ltd., Victor Hand-guided Motor Roller, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v; 2k-Ton Light Roller, B.I.P. Suppt., 24.5.35, v; 6-Ton Oil Engine Driven Road Roller, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Avery-Hardoll, Ltd., Electric Petrol Motor Pump, B.I.F., 589
  • Avery, W. and T., Ltd., Grain-mixing Scales, B.I.F.. 589

B

  • B. and A. Automatic Safe Load Indicator, B. and A. Engineering Company, Ltd., 309
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Chain Grate Stoker, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iv; Chain Grate Stokers for Klip River Power Station, 408; Twin-drive Electric Tube Cleaner, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, v
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., Narrow-gauge Locomotives for India, 131
  • Baldwin, K. B., Power Plant for Automatic Telephone Exchanges, 339
  • Balfour, George, Grid Trading, 466
  • Barendrecht Vertical Lift Span Bridge, 5 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Barking Pumping Station, Electrical Equipment at, Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., 363
  • Batteries, Ltd., High Candle-power Cap Lamp, B.I.P. Suppt., 17.5.35, vii; Miner's Hand Lamp, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vii; " Nifo " Charging Rack, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vii
  • Bell, Sir Thomas, Retirement of, 345
  • Beeman, Engineer Rear-Admiral, Appointment as Special Director of Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 529
  • Better Lines Co, Overhead Lino E.H.T. Switchgear, 573; Pole Type Sub-stations, 283
  • Biernatzki and Co., Vertical Milling Machines, 326
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., "Birlec-Detroit" Rocking Arc Melting Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.:35, iv; Continuous
  • Bright Annealing Furnace. B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv
  • Black and Decker, Ltd., Portable Electric Drills, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, i; " Vibro-cenetric " Valve Seat Grinding Equipment, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, i
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co, Aeroplanes, 37, 44 Blackie Self-locking Dredger Bucket Pin, Hadfields Ltd., 420
  • Blomquist, J. Victor, Atmos Revolving Boiler, 312
  • Booth, Joseph, and Brothers, Ltd., Fusion 'Welded Crane, 677
  • Bordeaux Refuse Destructor Plant, Heenan and Froude, Ltd., 244, 252
  • Borsig Lokomotio-Werke, High-speed Stream-lined Locomotive, 302
  • Bossom, A. C., National Building, (550)
  • Boston Blacking Co Ltd., Adhesives, (580)
  • Bouche, Monsieur Henri, Air Transport iii Europe, 453
  • Boulder Dam on Colorado River, Progress on, 154, 155, 170, 171, 196, 222, 226; (Leading Article, 227)
  • Brace, H. P., Liquid Resistance for 4200 kW. 106
  • Bragg, Professor W. L., Atomic Arrangement in Metals and Alloys, 495
  • Bremner, D. A., " Bugle Call and Lullaby," 283;
  • "Change or Decay?" 103; (Leading Article, " Quality and Markets," 125)
  • Bretts Patent Lifter Co. Ltd., Fast Drop Hammer, 258
  • Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co, Ltd., Air-conditioning Plant, B.I.F., 543;
  • Mechanical Stoker, B.I.F., 543; Rolls for Cold and Hot Finishing of Metal Strip, R.I.P., 543
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd., Aircraft of 1934, 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935); Inspection of Engine Components by " Magna-Flux " Method, 249; Sodium-cooled Valves, 64, 104; Tilting Test Stand for Aero Engines, 653
  • Bristol Tramways and Carriage Co, Ltd.. Axial Engine, Major C. G. Nevatt, 545
  • British Aluminium Co Ltd., Aluminium Machining and Forging, 340
  • British Cast Iron Research Association, Research into Cast and Malleable Cast Iron, 379
  • British Coal Distillation, Ltd., Test of Coal Distillation Plant, 184
  • British Electric Transformer Co Capacity Booster, 231; Transformers with Side Mounted Tap-changing Gear, 180.
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Station, Earth Testing Apparatus, 70
  • British Estate Services, Ltd., Mechanical Scythe, 232
  • British Industries Fair, Castle Bromwich, 510 (Eight pages, Supplement, May 17th, 1935, 542 (Eight pages, Supplement, May 24th, 1935). 570, 587, 616
  • British Klemm Aeroplane Co Ltd., Aeroplanes, 36
  • British Mercedes-Benz, Ltd., Park Lane Show Rooms Opened, (462)
  • British Oxygen Co Ltd., Thawing-in Cylinder Liners, 420; Three-jot Nozzle for Rail Surfacing, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, i; Welding Apparatus, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, i;
  • British Sangamo Co Ltd., Prepayment House Service Meters, B.I.F., 589; Splitter Block, B.I.F., 589
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.,. A.C. Mining Motors, 547; Flexible Coupling, 309; Hollow Shaft Pump Motors, 258; Metal Heaters, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi; Motor-operated Suds Pump, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi; Shunt Phase Advancers, 282; Thruster-operated Brake, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi; Thyratron Control Equipment for Spot Welding, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi; Worm Geared Motor Units, 496
  • British Timken, Ltd., Enclosures for Tapered Roller Bearings, 130
  • British Trane Co Ltd., Mechanical Draught Controller, B.I.F., 543; Univectair Heaters, I3.I.F., 543
  • Brook, G. H., Steam Brake Valve, Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 677
  • Brookland, J. C., Gorhardi Quick-action Press, B.I.F., 590; (Note, 618)
  • Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., Automatic Wire-drawing Machine, B.I.F., 589; Two-high Reversing Strip Mill, B.I.F., 589; (Note, 618)
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Air Compressors, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.36, iii
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co Ltd., 160 b.h.p. Four-cylinder Vis-a-vis Oil Engine, 337
  • Building Research Station, Measuring Existing Stresses in Masonry Structures, N. Davey, 442
  • Burgess Products Co Industrial Air Cleaner, 653
  • Burgin, Dr. E. L., Engineering and Economics, 189
  • Burnett and Co. Ltd., The Rectophot, 104
  • Butler Machine Tool Co Ltd., Portable Draw-cut Shaper, 364
  • Butterworth, L. M. Angus, Mechanical Efficiency in Industry, 278
  • Byng, E. S., The Engineer Administrator, 274

C

  • Calderwood, J. Sulzer Single-tube Boiler, 393
  • Calorising Corporation of Great Britain, Ltd., Oil Cracking Equipment, B.I.P. Suppt., 17.5.35, v
  • Cambridge Instrument Co Ltd., Disappearing Filament Pyrometer, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii; Recording Instruments, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii; Scratch Extensometor, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii; Universal Bridge, 70
  • Camps, H. E. J., Ship Collisions, 453
  • Cardano Hydro-electric Power Plant, 330, 334, 346, 358
  • Carpenter, Sir Harold C. H., Alloys—Old and New, 492
  • Chalkloy, H. O.. American Producers and Foreign Consumers, 277
  • Chaseside Engineering Co Mechanical Shovel, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35,11
  • Chesterfield Tube Co Ltd., Containers for " Bottled " Gas, B.I.F., 573; Weldless Alloy Steel Bottle for Gas, 573
  • Churchill, Charles, and Co., Ltd., First Edition of House Journal of the Firm, (426)
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Jubilee Celebrations, 139, 146
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., Balance Cars and Lift for 24ft. Wind Tunnel at Farnborough, 516, 519
  • Clarkson Boilers, Thimble-tube Boiler, B.I.F. Suppe., 17.5.35, v
  • Clarmac Engineering Co, Tar and Bitumen Boilers, B.I.F., 511
  • Coates, Dr. W. H., Major Douglas's Social Credit Plan, 610, 636 (see Letters to the Editor)
  • Cochran and Co (Annan), Ltd., Coal-fired Boilers, B.I.F., 510; Cochran-Kirke Sinuflo Gas-fired Boiler, B.I.F., 510
  • Cohen, George. Sons and Co., Ltd., Premier Portable Emulsion Sprayer, B.I.F., 572
  • Coker, Professor E. G., and Professor B. P. Haigh, Experimental Investigation of Cracking in Mild Steel Plates and Welded Seams, 457
  • Collett and Engelhard, A. G., Horizontal Boring and Drilling Machine, 247, 248; Portable Shaping Machine, 247, 248
  • Colombo Saw Works, High-duty Hydraulically Operated Saw, 325
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique Liner 'Normandie', 561, 597, 620, 622, 642, 646
  • Cooke, Troughton and Sims, Ltd., Optical Comjarator, Suppt., 24.5.35, ii; Proection Microscope, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, ii; Scientific Instruments, B.I.F. Suppt.,24.5.35, i
  • Copes' Regulators, Ltd., Electric Thruster-operated Control Valve, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iii; Steam Feed Pump Governor, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iii
  • Country Life—A 2000th Number, 538
  • Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., Engines Working on Producer Gas, B.I.F., 616
  • Coventry Machine Tool Works, Ltd., Quarter-inch Cold Heading Machine, B.I.F., 572
  • Craigavon Bridge, Londonderry, N. Ireland, 428, 438, 454, 464
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Roll Grinding Machine, 206; Large Double Table Planer, 205; 10ft. Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 205
  • Crawshaw Smith, P. E., High-voltage Alternators, 286
  • Crompton, Colonel R. E. B., Ninetieth Birthday Celebrations, 215, 555(Supplement, Pencil Portrait, No. 1, May 318t, 1935)
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Electric Lamps, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, i; Electrical Equipment at Sewage Works, 573; Small " Tong Teat " Ammeter, 70; V.I.R. Cables, Derby Cables, Suppt., 17.5.35, i
  • Culemeyer, Dr. Ing. Hans, Road Carrier for Railway Rolling Stock, 364

D

  • Daniels, T. H. and J., Ltd., Hydraulic Plant for Moulding of Bakelite, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii; Preforming Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii; 500 - ton Hobbing Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii
  • Danks, Edwin, and Co. (Oldbury), Ltd., Horizontal Boiler, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, v
  • Dare, H. H., River Murray Water Scheme, Hume Dam on Murray River, 480, 481
  • Dartford Tunnel Scheme, 87
  • Davey, N., Measuring the Existing Stresses in Masonry Structures, 442
  • Dawson, P., Selection of a Factory Site, 100
  • Desoutter Brothers, Ltd., Air Drill, B.I.F., 587; Air Router, B.I.F., 587
  • Detel Products, Ltd., Detel Red, (210)
  • Digby, W. Pollard, A Reflection Meter and its Application, 219, 254
  • Dominion Machinery Co Ltd., Motorised Hollow Chiseller, B.I.F., 511; Woodworking Machinery, B.I.F., 511
  • Domville, Vice-Admiral Sir Barry,Some Aspects of Imperial Defence, 453
  • Douglas, Major, Social Credit Plan, 537, 610, 636 (see Letters to the Editor)
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co, Ltd., Control System for Valves, 41
  • Driberg, Dr. J. H., Team Work in Book About Lion-Cub, "Engato" 439
  • Drysdale, Dr. C. V., Problem of Ether Drift, 11
  • Drysdale and Co., Condensate Extraction Pumps at Tir John Power Station, 764
  • Dunkirk, Harbour Works at, 276, 279, 294, 304
  • Du-Plat-Taylor, M., Protection Against Gas Bombardment, 143

E

  • [Edison Swan Electric Co]], Ltd., High-Tension Cathode Ray Tube, 68
  • Electric Construction Co Ltd., Lokaveay Induction Motor, 420
  • Electric Control, Ltd., Master Control Desk at Southampton Graving Docic, 637
  • Electromagnets, Ltd., Magnetic Extractors and Separators, B.I.F.,590
  • Elibank, Viscount, National Electrical Convention at Bournemouth, 439
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Differential Pressure Gauge, 233; Wing Speed and Direction Indicator, 41
  • Ellison, George, Ltd., " Works Tidy " Motor Starter, 309
  • English Electric Co Ltd., Electrical Machinery, B.I.F., 572; Engines for Thames Oil-electric Tug " Framfield," 310
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd.,7000-ton Forging Press at Vickers Works, 174, 178 (Two-page Supplement, February 15th, 1935)
  • Equipment and Engineering Co Ltd., Inspection of Engine Components by "Magna-Flux" Method, 249
  • Essex Water Supply, South, 574
  • Evans, R. H., Strain and Stress Distribution in Concrete Beams, 94
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co Ltd., " Cadet " Portable Graphor, 12; Portable Insulating Oil Tester, 12
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Diagrams on Control Panels at Southampton Graving Dock. 037; Receiving Panel, 12; Water Level Indicator, 12
  • Evershed-Midworth Transmitter, 12
  • Ewijk, Dr. Van, Penetration of Steel by Soft Solder and other Molten Metals at Temperatures up to 400 dog. Cent., 306

F

  • Fage, A., Aerodynamical Research and Hydraulic Practice, 416
  • Fairey Aviation Co Ltd., Aeroplanes, 36, 44
  • Farnborough, Twenty-four-Foot Wind Tunnel at, 351, 380, :386 (Leading Article, 387), 468-471, 516, 519, 534
  • Farrow-Howard, Ltd., Layne System of Drilling for Water from the Greensand, 486
  • Ferguson Pailin, Ltd., Electric Drill with Current Limiter, B.I.F., 544; Industrial and Motor Control Gear, B.I.F., 544; Industrial Oil Circuit Breaker, 548; Spring Closing Circuit Breaker Mechanism, 446; Switch-gear at Tir John Power Station, 674; Thermal Circuit. Breakers, B.I.F., 544
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Automatic Furnace for Hardening Motor Pivots, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi; Automatic Synchronising Equipment, 405: Electric Motors, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi; Electrical Instruments, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi; Light Testing Instrument, 11; Machine for Grinding Motor Pivots, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi; Transformers. B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35. vi
  • Fleming, Sir John Ambrose Presented with Kelvin Medal, 479
  • Flextol Engineering Co Ltd., Flexible Shaft-operated Tool, B.I.F.. 617; Variable. speed Gear, Bier., 017
  • Foster Instrument Co Automatic Temperature-control Equipment, B.I.F.,' 511
  • "Flexipuah" Automatic Temperature Controller, 69; " Flexipush " Controller, B.I.F., 511; Projected Scale Indicator. 69
  • Foster, Joseph, and Sons, Ltd., Hydraulic Machine Stoker, 232
  • " Framfield." Thames Oil-electric Tug, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 310
  • Franklin Castor Co, Contour Projector, 547
  • French Maritime Technical Association, Annual Session Report, 644
  • Fry's (London), Ltd., " Apex " Bending Machine, B.I.F., 511; Drill Container. (524); Hacksaw Frame. (396)

G

  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Automatic Telephone Exchange, B.I.F., 571; Electrical Instruments, B.I.F., 571; Illumination Meter, B.I.F.: 571; Lightning Arrester, B.I.F., 571; Loud-speaking Master Station, B.I.F., 671; Magnetic Clutch, 260; Metal-clad Switchgear. 390; Motor Barrow, 663, 664; Osram Architectural Lamps, B.I.F., 671; " Plant Irradiator," 664; Remote Supervisory Control System, 522; Self-contained Steam Sterilising Chests. 664; Synchronous Induction Motor at Southampton Graving Dock, 637
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Research Laboratories, Tensile Testing Machine for Testing Wire, 11
  • Genevoise Societe. "Sip" Hydroptic A. Machine, J. Holloway, 434
  • Gent and Co., Ltd., The Dac-Chronometer, 232
  • Gilkes, Gilbert, and Gordon, Ltd., Hydraulic Turbine for Peru, 52
  • Gillett and Johnston, Ltd., Carillon and Clock for St. John's Church, Perth, 447
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd. Mechanical Vibrator, B.I.F.. 571; Portable Flexible Drive Machines, B.I.F., 570
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.. Main Sluice Valves at Southampton Graving Dock, 611; Weir Frames for River Thames Improvement Scheme. 660, 670
  • Glinn, R. J.. Care of Modern Steam Generating Plant from the Water Side, 126, 131
  • Glover, W. G., Marine Slipways, 54
  • Gordon, James, and Co., Ltd., Hagan Float Regulator, B.I.F., 510; Water Level Gauge, B.I.F., 510
  • Goren, Captain John M. L., Mariner's Compass, 653
  • Gough, Dr. H. J.. and D. G. So with, Some Further Experiments on Atmospheric Action in Fatigue, 269
  • Great Western Railway, Streamlined Locomotive No. 6014, " King Henry VII, 302
  • Greenwood and Batley Ltd., Horizontal Forging Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, i
  • Gresley, H. N., London and North-Eastern Railway Locomotives " Cock o' the North " and " Earl Marisehal." 16 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., Griffin-Gale Testing Machine, 308
  • Grubb, Sir Howard, Parsons, and C4., Aerodynamic Balance at Farnborough, 468-471
  • Grundy, E., and W. Holmes. Synchronous Time Motors, 260
  • Gwynnes Ltd.. Pumping Plant at King George V Graving Dock, Southampton, .582. 583, 611. 637

H

  • Haas, A.. Representative Samples and Commercial Testing. 202
  • Hackbridge Electric Construction Co 12,500-kVA Transformer at Tir John Power Station. 675
  • Hadfields Ltd.. Blackie Self-locking Dredger Bucket Pin, 420; Contact Thermo-couple Pyrometer, 40
  • Hahn, Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm. Voith Turbo Transmissions, 486, 494
  • Hales, H. K., Trophy for Blue Riband, Italian Liner " Rex," First Holder. 555
  • Hall, J. and E., Ltd.. Refrigerating Plant on M.V. " New Zealand Star." 337
  • Hanson, Professor D., and W. J. Pell-Walpole, The Construction and Properties of Cadmium Tin Alloys, 307
  • Hanson. Professor D. and E. J. Sandford, Some Properties of Tin Containing Small Amounts of Aluminium, Manganese or Bismuth, 307
  • Harland Engineering Co, Ltd., " Mono-glide " Axial Entry Centrifugal Pump, 13.I.F., 572; Switchgear. B.I.F., 571; Transformers, B.I.F., 572
  • Haslam and Newton. Ltd., Hydraulic Transmission Unit, 182
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H.. Corrosion Problems of Naval Architects, 456, 472
  • Hawker Aircraft. Ltd. (Gloster Aircraft Company, Ltd.). 3 (Supplement. January 4th, 1935)
  • Haworth, Dr. H. F., and A. Lysholm, Torque Converters, 486
  • Heenan and Froude, Ltd., Bordeaux Refuse Destructor Plant, 244, 252
  • Hegenscheidt, Wilhelm, A.G., Wheel and Axle Turning Lathe, 298
  • Hele-Shaw, Dr. H. S.. Streamline Lubricating Oil Filter, (458)
  • Heller, Gebruder, Hydraulically Operated Drilling Machine, 299
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Atritor Firing for Furnaces, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii; Heavy Duty Milling Machine, 207; " Iron Fireman " Automatic Stoker, B.I.F. Suppe., 17.5.35, iii; Small Tools, B.I.F. Suppt.. 17.5.35, iii
  • Herbert, T. M., Functions of a Research Department, 223
  • Hiltmann and Lorenz A.G., Long-stroke Crank Press, 326; Universal Punching and Riveting Machine, 326
  • Holloway, John, "Sip" Hydroptic A Machine, Societe Genevoise, 434
  • Holmes, W., and E. Grundy, Synchronous Time Motors, 260
  • Hopkinsons, Ltd., Fluid-tight Drain Valve, 205
  • Hudson, Dr. J. C., The Effect of Five Years' Atmospheric Exposure on the Breaking Load and Electrical Resistance of Non-ferrous 'Wires. 269
  • Hume Dam on Murray River, 480, 481
  • Hunslet Engine Co Ltd., Steam Brake Valve, G. H. Brook, 677
  • Hunt and Mitton, Ltd., " Easyturn " Valve, B.I.F., 616; Valves, B.I.F., 616
  • Hutchinson, A. C., Noise. 549..574

I

  • Igranic Electric Co Ltd., Circuit Breaker, 70
  • Ilford and Barking Joint Sewerage Scheme, 409, 412
  • Imperial Airways, Ltd., Report and Statistics, 2
  • Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., Degreasing Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, viii; " Drikold " Shrinkage Bath, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, viii; Electrically Heated Hydraulic Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii; Plastic Products, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Boiler and Equipment for Tir John Power Station, 649; Boiler for Leicester Power Station, 104, (138); Rovac Rotary Vacuum Filter, B.I.F., 542
  • Iraq Oil Pipe Line, 61, 72. 75, 91, 98. 118, 124
  • Iron Age, Foolhardiness is not Courage, J. H. van Deventer, 445
  • Irrawady Bridge, Sagaing, near Mandalay, 5
  • Isenthal and Co., Ltd.. Voltage Regulator. 40

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  • Jaeger Truck Mixers (England), Ltd., Mixing Machines on Lorry Chassis, B.I.F., 590
  • Jamieson, W. G., and R. W. Walker, An Aggregate Proportioning Plant, 521
  • Jebens, O., Wagner-Bauer Boiler, 417
  • Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., Static Condensers for Power Factor Correction, 282
  • Johnson, C. H., and Sons, Ltd, Concrete Barrow and Mixer, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, viii; Tool for Boring Holes for Posts, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, viii
  • Jones, Dr. Spencer, Giant Telescopes, 11
  • Jones, Professor Owen Thomas, Practical or Applied Geophysics, 523
  • Jones, O. T., Clearosol Solvent Extraction Process for Purification of Lubricating Oils, 390
  • Jones and Attwood Ltd., Sewage Distributor, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v : Sewage Ejector, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Junagad State Railway, India. Narrow-gauge Locomotives for, W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., 131

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  • Kent, George, Ltd., Recorders, 40
  • Kent, J. L., and R. S. Outland. Resistance Experiments in Smooth and Rough Water made with Models of High-speed Ships, 430
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Air Pollution in 1933-34. 327
  • Kieserling and Albrecht, Thread-rolling Machine, 274; Tube-straightening Machine, 273, 274; 200-Ton Vertical Hot Forging Excentric Press, 273, 274
  • Kimball, Dexter S., Prophets and Panaceas, 107
  • King Alexander I Bridge, 5
  • King George V Graving Dock, Pumping Plant and Equipment, 582, 583, 611, 637
  • Kirkham, J. and W., Ltd., Lubricators for Iraq Pipe Line Engines, 235
  • Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., Duplex Tapping Machine, 104; Horizontal Drilling Machine, 181; Locomotive Rod Boring and TreManning Machine, 495; Railway Universal Machine Tool, 521; Triple Head Six-spindle Automatic, 104
  • Klaxon Co, Ltd., Geared Motor Units, 336
  • Klinger, Richard, Ltd., Gland Packing, 207
  • Kollmann Werke A.G., Plano-milling Machine, 298
  • Kryn and Lahy, Ltd., Gas Compressors for South America, 444
  • Kut Barrage, 31

L

  • Lake St. Louis Bridge. 5, 6
  • La Mont Boiler, D. W. Rudorff, 365
  • Laurence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., Feed Pump Motors for Tir John Power Station, 674; Hyposynchronous Motor Rolling Mill Drive, 259
  • Leakage Detectors, Ltd.. Electrical Leakage Detectors for Ships, 157
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 247, 272, 298
  • Lewis, Dr. Bernard, and Dr. G. Von Elbe, Temperature and Latent Energy in Flames Gases, Letter from Professor W. T. David, 230
  • Lewis. W. Yorath, U " Water-tube Boiler, 410
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Railcars for L.M.S. Railway, 17
  • Leys Malleable Castings Co Ltd., Castings from " Black Heart" Malleable Iron, B.1.F., 512
  • 'Lieutenant de Vaisseau Paris." Mishap to Flying Boat, 635
  • Liner Concrete Machinery Co, Concrete Mixers, B.I.F., 570
  • Liverpool Refrigeration Co Ltd., Refrigerating Plant on M.V. " New Zealand Star," 337
  • Loeffler Marine Boiler, S. McEwen, 366
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway. 2-8-0 Freight Locomotive, No. 8000, 678
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, London-Newcastle High-speed Run, 270
  • Lucas, Joseph, Ltd., Electrical Equipment and Accessories, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii; Motor Car Windscreen-spraying Device. B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii; Prismatic Acid Level Indicator, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35. ii

M

N

  • National Physical Laboratory, Annual Report for 1934, 518; 12in. High-speed Tunnel. 351
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., Contractor's Crane. B.I.F., 617
  • Negretti and Zambra, Absolute Pressure Gauge, 68; Davies-Simpson Flame Anemometer, 68; Indicating Pyrometer and Thermometer, B.I.F., 544; Measuring Instruments, B.I.F., 544; Mining Statoscope, 68
  • Neil, James, and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd. Magnetic Chuck, B.I.F., 618; Saw Set, (550)
  • Nema-Neisse, Tire-turning and Boring Mill, 298
  • Newport (Tees) Vertical Lift Bridge, 5 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Niagara Screens (Great Britain) Ltd., Vibrating Screen, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii
  • Nicholas, W. H. C., Evolution of Modern Steam Trawler with Superheating. 432
  • "Normandie" Compagnie Generale Undertaking, New South Vales, Progress on, 487 (Note. 528)

O

  • Oerlikon Co Short-circuit Testing Installation, 102
  • O'Gorman, Colonel Mervyn, Bringing Science into the Road Traffic Problem, 53
  • Ohler. J. F.. Sawing Machines, 273

P

  • Paris Sanitary Works, 569
  • Paris Water Supply, 218
  • Parker, Frederick, Ltd., Paver Mixer, 206
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., An Old Parsons' Alternator, 1905, 52; 20.000 kW Reaction Turbo-generator Sets at Tir John Power Station, Swansea, 673
  • Parsons Industrial Turbo Machinery, Development of, 32, 62, 88, 114, 140, (158). 164, 165. 190, 216, 242, 267, 292, 320, 347
  • Peebles, A. M., and Son (1927). Ltd., Electric Power Plant at Rushton Paper Mill, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 181
  • Pels, Henry, and Co., Friction Screw Press, 272; Guillotine Shears. 272; Nibbling Shears, 272
  • Pendred, L. St. L., Order Book of New Wire Company, Cheadle, 1788-1831, 338; (Leading Article, 359)
  • Percival Aircraft Co, " Gull " and " Mew Gull " Civil Aeroplanes, 37
  • Perry and Co., Ltd., Chain Drives in Industry. B.I.F., 617
  • Petree, J. Foster, Launching of Ships, (97) : Western Pumping Station, Pimlico, 679
  • Petters, Ltd.. Automatic Electric Lighting Set, 664; Creeper Conveyor for Oil Engine Erection, 206; 112 b.h.p. " Atomic " Oil Engine, 663, 664; Pumping Plant, 664
  • Pfanter, Hermann. Precision Milling Machines, 299
  • Phillips Industrial, Ltd., X-ray Apparatus, 68
  • Pierrottet, Professor E., Standard of Stability for Ships, 458
  • Pine Creek Bridge. Australia, Reconstruction of. 284
  • Pink, H. L., Way to Increased Coal Consumption, 184
  • Place, Monsieur Pierre. Vitry Locomotive Testing Station, 427
  • Plank, Professor Dr. Ing. R., Science of Refrigeration, 297
  • Poole, Ralph, Propeller Fans for Cooling Electrical Machines, 196
  • Port Eglinton Junction (Glasgow) Railway, Collision, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, 194; (Leading Article, 201)
  • Portevin, Professor A. M., Presented with Bessemer Gold Medal, 482
  • "Potsdam" Hamburg Amerika Line Liner, (593)
  • Post Office Engineering Research Station, Insulation Testing Set, 42; Valve Micro-phonicity Test, 42: Voice: Frequency Signal Receiver, 42
  • Powell, R. W., Apparatus for Measuring Thermal Conductivity at Moderate and High Temperatures, 68
  • Power Plant Co Ltd., Magnetic Clutch, 130
  • Pratt, Davidson, Defence Against Gas Attack. 635
  • Price and Belsham Ltd., Cable Tracer and Fault Locator, 105; Main and Service Pipe Finder, 548; (Note, 580)
  • Pneulec, Ltd., 6ft. Mixing Mill, B.I.F., 588
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd.. Panther Twelve," Excavator, B.I.F.. 543; Quarter Cubic Yard Excavator with Teredo Trencher. B.I.F., 543
  • Pullin, V. E., Radiology in the Welding Art, 402 (Supplement, April 19th, 1935)

Q

R

  • Radford, W. H., and Son, Ilford and Barking Joint Sewage Works, 409, 412
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.. Concrete Mixers, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi; Universal Excavator, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Light-weight Trollybus Chassis, 283
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Co Ltd.. Ore Separators, B.I.F., 588
  • Rawlplug Co, Foundation Bolt, 130; Plastic Metal (528)
  • Redmayne, Sir Richard State Scientific Services. 479
  • Renold and Coventry Chain Co Ltd-. Chain Drives, B.I.F., 571
  • Reyrolle. A., and Co., Ltd., Isophaso Control System, 378 Pillar Typo Switchgear, 281; Synchronising Panel, 377
  • Richards. Sir Henry, Problem of Noise, 285
  • Richards, J. and Sons. Ltd. Improved Oil, Pressure Gauge, 364
  • Robinson, Dr. B. Wheeler, Architecture of Molecules. 11
  • Robinson. T. V.. Power Station Progress, 512
  • Roe, A. V.. and Co., Ltd., Aeroplanes, 38, 44
  • Rooney, T. E., and A. G. Stapleton. Iodine Method for Determination of Oxides in Steel. 485
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 663
  • Royal Aircraft Establishment. Farnborough, Twenty-four-foot Wind Tunnel, 351, 380, 386, (Leading Article. 387). 468-471, 516, 519, 534
  • Rubery, Owen and Co., Pressed Steel Articles, B.I.F., 511; Pressed Steel Pulleys, B.I.F., 511
  • Rudorff, Dipl. Ing. D. W.. La Mont Boiler, 365
  • Runciman, Walter, Government Policy in regard to Trade, 145
  • Russell, George, and Co., Ltd., 2-Ton Mobile Crane, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iii
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., Three-eighth Cubic Yard Drag Shovel, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv; Five-eighth Cubic Yard Excavator, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Air Compressor, 664; Horizontal Boiler with Wet Back Combustion Chamber, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iv; Oil Engines, 664; 18-21 h.p. Oil Locomotive, 664; 52 b.h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 664; 54 b.h.p. Three-cylinder Oil Engine, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv; 150 b.h.Oil B.I.F.B Engine, 663, 604; Oil Locomotives, Suppt., 24.5.35, iv

S

  • Saar Reactions, Industrial and Commercial Results of Plebiscite, 99
  • Sadi Engineering Co Ltd., An Individual Electric Drive, 131
  • Salford Instrument Works, Comparative Photometer, 11; Valve Voltmeters, 11
  • Salter, George. and Co., Ltd., Crane Safe Load Indicator, B.I.F. 617
  • Sandford, J. M., and J. H. Waldram, Electric Lamp Characteristics, 250
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 6
  • Schiess-Defries A.G., Crank Pin Turning Lathe, 247; Machine Tools at Leipzig Technical Fair, 248; Tool Grinder, 248; " Widia " Tool Grinder, 248
  • Schmaltz, F., Axle-box Grinding Machine, 273
  • Schuler, L., Deep Drawing Press, 326
  • Schulze and Naumann, Rotary Guillotine Shears, 325
  • Schuster, L. W., The Bend Test and its Value as a Guide to Ductility, 355, 360
  • Scott, J. L., Simplified Form of Direct Flooding Calculations, 431
  • Second Narrows Bridge, Vancouver, 5
  • Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., Six-engined Metre-gauge Locomotive for Colombia, 16 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Serek Radiators, Ltd., Feed-water Heaters, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, viii
  • "Sharpaform " Cutter, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., 309
  • Short Brothers. Ltd., Flying Boats, 38, 44
  • Shotter, G. F., Unit for Testing Electricity Meter Bearings, 42
  • Siemens-Apparate und Maschinin G.m.b.H., Automatic Aircraft Pilot, 120
  • Simon, Henry, Ltd., Electrically Controlled Automatic Weigher, B.I.F., 570; Grain Weighers, B.I.F., 570; " Impact " Grinder, B.I.F., 570; Pelleting Press, B.I.F., 570; Soap-making Machinery, B.I.F., 570; Soap Plodder, B.I.F., 570;
  • Simon, Henry, Ltd. (Turbine Gears, Ltd.), Spiral Bevel Gear Generator, B.I.F., 570
  • Sinclair, Harold, Recent Developments in Hydraulic Couplings, 460, 466
  • Smith, Thomas, and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., Quarter Cubic Yard Excavator, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iv; Three-eighths Cubic Yard Excavator, B.I.F. Suppe., 17.5.35, iv
  • Smithfield Bridge, Pittsburgh, with Aluminium Floor, 6
  • Sountag, R., G.m.b.H., Folding Press, 272
  • South African Rainfall, Conserving, 286
  • Southampton, Navigation at, 1
  • Southampton Graving Dock Pumping Plant and Equipment, 582, 583, 611, 637
  • Southern Railway Electrified Extension, 664
  • Standard and Pochin Brothers, Ltd., "Calorier" Unit Heater, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii
  • Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., Telephone Factory at New Southgate, 232
  • Stanley, Oliver, Overtime in Industry, 87
  • Steel Band Conveyor and Engineering Co Ltd., Conveyors, B.I.F., 588
  • "Strathmore," P. and O. Liner, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 373, 389
  • Sulzer Single-tube Boiler, J. Calderwood, 393
  • Summer, J. A., Private Plants and Public Supply Tariffs, 221, 253
  • Summerfield, W., Engineers and New Arbitration Act, 440
  • Sutton, H., and T. J. Gerard, Corrosion-fatigue Properties of Duralumin with and without Protective Coatings, 268
  • Swallow, M. G. S., Velox Steam Generators, 394
  • Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd., Oil-immersed , Switch Fuse, 336; Reclosing Circuit Breaker, 677; Switchgear Factory at Banbury, 128
  • Sylvester. N. D., Metals in Food Industry, 87

T

  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd., Armature Notching Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.6.35, iii, iv; Double-sided Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iii
  • Taylor, F. A., Wooden Steam Boilers, 307
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., " CX " Engraving Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vii; Javelin Etching Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35., vii
  • Thames Improvement Scheme, River, 660, 670
  • Thornton, A. G., Ltd., Trigonometrical Slide Rule, 300
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., Mobile Crane for G.W.R., 234; Thames Oil-electric Tug " Framfield," 310; Two-cylinder 18 b.h.p. Oil Engine for Lifeboats of "Queen Mary" 310
  • Tir John Power Station, Swansea, 649, 673
  • Traneberg Arch Bridge, Stockholm, 4, 5
  • Transmission Lino Specialists, Overhead Line, E.H.T. Switchgear, Better Lines Company, 573
  • Trent Catchment Board, Work of River, 150, 166, 176

U

  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., High-frequency Electric Steel Melting Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv; Steels, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv; 16-Ton Ore Handling Grab Crane, 676
  • Unwin, Dr. W. C., Memorial to Late, 512

V

  • Vasterbron Bridge, Welded Construction, 5
  • Velox Steam Generators, M. G. S. Swallow, 394
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Condensers at Tir John Power Station, 67:3; Evaporators for Distilled Make-up Feed Water at Tir John Power St t < n, 674
  • Vickers Aviation, Ltd., 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Vickers Projection Microscope, Cooke, Troughton and Sims. Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 21.5.35, ii
  • Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd., Petrol Engines, B.I.F., 616; Two-stroke Engine, B.I.F., 543
  • Vitry Locomotive Testing Station, Mon Pierre Place, 427 Yokes, C. G., Ltd., Oil Filter, 207
  • Vulcan Foundry Co L.M.S. Mixed Traffic Locomotive, 16 (Supplement, January 4th, 1936)

W

  • Wagner-Bauer Boiler, 0. Jebens, 417
  • Wagner Bill, American Labour and, 668
  • Waldrich, H. A., G.m.b.H., Hydraulically Operated Planing Machine, 248
  • Waitaki Dam, New Zealand, 194, 200
  • Wakefield Corporation, Portable Electric Pumping Set, 232
  • Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., " Advance " Light-weight Roller, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.36, v. *Handy Chipping Distributor, B.I.F. Suppt 24.5.35, v
  • Wanderer-Werke, Milling Machines, 298
  • Warsop Petrol Drill and Tools, Ltd., Petrol Road Breaker, George Cohen, Sons and Co., Ltd.. B.I.F., 544; Petrol-driven Rock Drill, George Cohen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 544
  • Waterloo Bridge, Probable Appearance of Embankment Span of, 4
  • Wearn's Autoflex Drives, Ltd., The Autoflex Drive, 130
  • Weaver, Francis, Type Metal Alloys, 306
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., " Maxivac " Air Ejectors for Tir John Power Station, 674; " Robot " Boiler Feed Regulators at Tir John Power Station, 674; Steam Turbine-driven Feed Pump at Tir John Power Station, 674
  • Welwyn Railway Disaster, 635, 647
  • Western Electrics Ltd., Frequency Analyser. 574, 575; High-speed Camera and Timing Clock, 68; Reverberation Meter, 11
  • Western Pumping Station, Pimlico, J. Foster Petree, 679
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co Ltd., Applications of Metal Rectifiers, 336; Electric Vehicle Battery Charger, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, viii; Plating Rectifier, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, viii
  • Westland Aircraft Works, Aircraft of 1934, 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Weston Electrical Instrument Co, Ltd., Delayed Operation Relay, 68
  • White, J. S., and Co., Ltd., Thames Fire Fighting Vessel " Massey Shaw," 427
  • Whiteley, J. H., An Effect of Oxygen and Sulphur on Iron in Scaling, 484
  • Wickman, A. C., Ltd., Wimet Tipped Gauges B.I.F., 587
  • Wigan, E. R., Apparatus for :Measurement of Minute Displacements. 69
  • Wiggin, Henry, and Co., Ltd., Centenary as Nickel Alloy Manufacturers, 509; (Note, 658) "K" Monel Metal, 433
  • Wightman Mountain, Ltd., Sectional and Graph Papers, (550)
  • Wigley, W. C. S., Ship Wave Resistance, Progress Since 1930, 458
  • Williams, A. E., Activated Carbon from Coal, 203
  • Williams and James, Hydraulux " Mains Testing Plant, B.I.F., 542
  • Willstrop, J. W., E.M.F. between Metals in Sea Water, 107
  • Wilson, D. R., Accident Prevention, 314
  • Winget, Ltd., Concrete Machinery, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii
  • Wood Hydraulic Hoist Co, Ltd., Hydraulic Tower Wagon, 105
  • Woods, A. R. T., Transport of Refrigerated Cargoes under Modern Marine Practice, 415
  • Workman, Clark (1928), Ltd., Closing of Shipyards, 427
  • Worthington Simpson, Ltd., Pumping Plant for Iraq Pipe Line, 91, 98
  • Wrights (Electric Power Specialists), Ltd., Portable Electric Saw Bench, 205
  • Wylie Safe Load Indicators, Ltd., Crane Safe Load Indicator, 259

Z

  • Zambesi Bridge, Lower, 5

Subjects

A

  • ACCIDENT Prevention, D. R. \V ilson, 311
  • Accidents, Avoidance of, Alfred Flerbert, Ltd., (236)
  • Acme Screws and Nuts, Efficiency of, 168
  • Activated Carbon from Coal, A. 203
  • Adhesives, Boston Blacking Company, Lt(1., (580)
  • Aerodynamical Research 811(1 Hydraulic Practice, A. Fage, 416

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aerial Beacon on Palmolve Budding, Chicago, Powerful, (329)
  • Aerial 7 rain of Gliders on Thousand-mile Trip in U.S.S.R., (669)
  • Aerodrome at Denbury, Torquay (357)
  • Aerodrome at Ringway, Manchester, (225)
  • Aerodrome Officer Appointed at. Croydon, Air Commander E. D. M. Robertson, (677)
  • Aerodrome on Wake Island for Pan-American Airways, (123)
  • Aerodrome Survey, British, 503
  • Aerodromes, Ground Organisation of, (411)
  • Aerodromes in Borneo, Six, (357)
  • Aerodromes in India, (645)
  • Aeronautical Experimental Cent re at donia, Italy, (303)
  • Aeronautical Flights. Agreement bet weer Great Britain and United States, (489)
  • Aeronautical Research, 387
  • Aeroplane Engine Factory at. Le Mans, Gnome-Rhone, (97)
  • Aeroplane Landings in Now York, 368
  • Aeroplane Mails from " Bremen " and Europa," (385)
  • Aeroplane Propelled by Heavy-oil Engine, French Air Ministry Competition for, (411)
  • Aeroplane Remains in Air Seventy-five Hours, All-Soviet-built, (251)
  • Aeroplane Engines to be Manufactured at Douglas Factory, Bristol, (619)
  • Aeroplane Trip from Bristol to London, 5 h.p. Motor Cycle Engine. Herr 11. Kronfeld, (437)
  • Aerodromes and Seaplane 13ases in France, Twenty-three Additional. (489)
  • Aero Show at Lisbon, (385)
  • Air Attacks, Defence Against . 241
  • " Air Blue," Internal Air Services over France, (123), (329), (489)
  • Air Companies, Merger of British, (437)
  • Aircraft and Mountains, Chronicle of Accidents through Collisions of, 201
  • Aircraft and S.O.S. Messages, (71)
  • Aircraft Carrier, H.M.S. " Ark Royal." (30:3)
  • Aircraft Carrier H.M.S. " Courageous" to Test Autogiro, (489)
  • Aircraft Construction, Air Ministry and Accelerated, 503
  • Aircraft Testing Station in Italy, 453
  • Air Estimates for 1935, 291
  • Air Flight, Los Angeles to New York, in Record Time, (489)
  • Air Licences, Royal Aero Clou's Annual Report, (385)
  • Air Line Connecting Brussels-Ostend and Lille, (97)
  • Air Line from London to Madrid, (539)
  • Air Liner Capable of Carrying Seventy Passengers for Imperial Airways, Ltd., (97)
  • Air Liners for Belgian Air Lines, Three Savoie. Marchetti, (385)
  • Air Liners with Oxygen Apparatus for High Altitudes, Royal Dutch Air Line, (411)
  • Air Lines from Archangel, (13)
  • Air Lines Agreement, Passenger Transport between Europe, and Far East and Australia, (565)
  • Air Mail from France to Brazil, (385)
  • Air Mail Service London to Paris, Additional, (385)
  • Air Mail to Canada Expedited, (411)
  • Air Mails, Empire, 113
  • Air Miles Flown by Imperial Airways, 1934, (225)
  • Air Ministry, Appointment of Additional Member, (43)
  • Air Ministry and Purchase of Saunders-Roe, " Saro " Two-endgined 'General Purpose' Flying Boats, (199)
  • Air Navigation, Wireless Aids to, (123)
  • Air Pilots, Project for Training, (71)
  • Airport at La Villiazo, Guernsey, (1.231
  • Airport at Perth, (71)
  • Airport for London, Sites for, (173)
  • Air Programme for Italy, 345
  • ir Race, " The German Flight, 1935," (51;5)
  • Air Race Round South America Postponed to Spring of 1936, (489)
  • Air Route between Rome and Italian East Africa. (539)
  • Air Route from Khartoum to Nigeria. (489)
  • Air Route Linking Holland, Scotland, and Iceland, (489)
  • Air Service between Barcelona and Palma Opened, (565)
  • Air Service between Berlin and Shanghai. (71)
  • Air Service between Europe and South America, Weekly, (069)
  • Air Service between Heston and Edinburgh. Daily, (275)
  • Air Service between Hull and Plymouth, (225)
  • Air Service between London and Brisbane, Regular, (329)
  • Air Service between London and Brussels Pio Ostend, (669)
  • Air Service between Southampton. Portsmouth and Paris, (619)
  • Air Service between 'U.S.S.R. and Czechoslovakia, (619)
  • Air Service Fees in Australia, (669)
  • Air Service to French Equatorial Africa and Belgian Congo vid France, Weekly (225)
  • Air Services between Amsterdam and Batavia, (463)
  • Air Services between London and Switzerland, Doubling the, (251)
  • Air Services from England, Countries Served by, (261)
  • Air Services from London to Brindisi, (411)
  • Air Services from the " Normandie " upon Arrival at Plymouth, (565)
  • A it Services Linking London and Hull, (566)
  • Air Services to Romo and Brindisi, (463)
  • Air Services to the Isle of Man, (385)
  • Air Services to West Africa, Elders•Colonial Airways, (489)
  • Airship " Graf Zeppelin." Accident to, 401
  • Airship " Macon,' Loss of, No Results at Inquiry, (619)
  • Airship Service bet‘‘een Holland and India, (71)
  • Airship " V.6 in Service between Moscow and Sverdlovsk, U.S.S.R., (13)
  • Airships for North Atlantic, (645)
  • Airspeed Aircraft for Portsmouth, Southsea,and Isle of Wight Aviation, Ltd., (357)
  • Air Speed Records by Luft Hansa Machines, (199)
  • Air Survey. Ordnance, 659
  • Air Survey of Midway Island by Seaplane, " Flying Clipper," (669)
  • Air-train Flight from Moscow, Preparations for, (329)
  • Air Training on Training Ship H.M.S. " Conway," (385)
  • Air Transport in Europe, 45:1
  • Air Transport in Europe, H. Bouche, (669)
  • Air Transport on Continent, Annual Report of Royal Dutch Air Lines, (225)
  • Air Travel in South Africa, 158
  • Air Travel to Isle of Wight, (619)
  • Airway Lighting, Neon Light and Fog Penetration Qualities, (275)
  • Airway Operating Bases of Pan-American Airways, (276)
  • Airways in the British Isles (225), 373
  • American Aircraft Operating Costs, 479
  • American Airship Disaster, 163
  • American Non-stop Trans-continental Flight, Wily Post's Plans, (149)
  • Amsterdam-Batavia Air Service, (565)
  • Atlantic Air Services, (275)
  • Autogiro Landing on Post Office Roof at Philadelphia, (565)
  • Autogiro Tests on Italian Cruiser " Fiume," (71)
  • Automatic Aircraft Pilot, Siemens, 120
  • Aviation, Louie Breguet at French Maritime Technical Association, 644
  • Aviation Commission in U.S.A., (303)
  • Aviation Division of Public Works Department Formed in India, (357)
  • Aviation, Policy of America, 379
  • Aviation Schemes in India, (43)
  • Balloon from Moscow Registers Height of 19 Miles, (251)
  • Berlin-Shanghai Air Service, Conference, (97)
  • Blind Flying, Advice on, 529
  • Boundary Light at Essex Airport at Stapleford Abbotts, (275)
  • British Aircraft Development Scheme, 61
  • British Gliding Association and Government Subsidy, (149)
  • Buenos Aires to Le Bourget Air Mail, Fastest West to East Flight, (437)
  • Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, Vacancy for, (513)
  • Canadian Airways, Freight and Passenger Statistics, (251)
  • Carriage of Goods by Air, Major It. II. Thornton, (303)
  • Church Fenton Flying School and Aerodrome, (668)
  • Civil Airport for Dublin, Proposed, (489)
  • Civil Aviation in Canada, 550
  • Coast Air Mail from Bombay to Trivandrum, (539)
  • Continental Airports. Birmingham Airport Committee Visits. (437)
  • Croydon Air Port, Passenger Statistics, (97)
  • D.H. " Comet " Machine's Record Flight, Croydon to Paris, (411)
  • Doncaster Aerodromo as Civil Flying School, (411)
  • Doncaster Corporation Aerodrome, Additional Hangar at, (43)
  • Doncaster Corporation Air Services, (251)
  • Dutch Air Liner Not Struck by Lightning, (71)
  • England-South Africa Air Race, 80
  • Experimental Air Service Between Great Britain and Irish Free State, (669)
  • Farnborough, Twenty - four - Foot Wind Tunnel, 351, 380, 386, 468, 516, 519, 534
  • Flight from Honolulu to Oakland by Miss A. Earhart, (66)
  • Flight Round Australia, Record, (565)
  • Flying Boat " Lieutenant do Vaissiau Paris," Mishap to, 635
  • Flying Boat, Short " Sarafand," (645)
  • Flying Boats for Singapore, Four Short Singapore III," (71)
  • Flying Speed Records Broken by Monsieur R. Delmont). (13)
  • Flying Statistics of Imperial Airways, Ltd., for 1934, 2
  • French Air Force, Representatives Visit to England, (645)
  • French Air Race Won by R. Delmont), (539)
  • German Airships to Have Bases at Barcelona and Seville, (173)
  • German Balloons Destroyed, (199)
  • Gliding by Night, Successful Flight, (357)
  • Gliding Meeting at Jungfraujock, (513)
  • Gold Lost from Air Liner, (123)
  • Gravesend to Oran and Back to Croydon in One Day, Captain E. W. Percival's Flight. (645)
  • Hanworth Air Park as Air Port, (13)
  • Hawkers and Rolls Royce, Ltd., No Working Agreement, (513)
  • Helicopter, Asboth's Commercial, (251)
  • Heston Air Port Extensions, (149)
  • Imperial Air Mails, 215
  • Imperial Airways Summer Services on Continent, (303)
  • International Air Race, Proposed, (149)
  • Japanese-Manchukuo Airship Service, (357)
  • Jersey Air Line and Railway Companies, (149)
  • King's Cup Air Race, Course for, (123); Details and Conditions of, (303)
  • Letters and Parcels Sent by Air Mail from Great Britain in 1934, (123)
  • " Macon," Disaster to American Airship, 163
  • Mails Catapulted from N.G.L. Liners, " Bremen " and " Europa," to be Forwarded by Fast Aeroplanes from Cork, Proposal, (43)
  • Majerhat Aerodrome Completed, (13)
  • Master Air Pilot Certificates Issued, (303)
  • Mersa Matruh Aerodrome, Marconi-Adcock Wireless Direction-finding Equipment Installed at, (13)
  • Metal Aeroplane Construction, Martin-Baker Aircraft Company's Method of, (13)
  • Monoplanes for Coastal Defence, (645)
  • Night Flying Beacon Erected at Bidon Cinq in Sahara, (437)
  • Operational Adviser to Director of Civil Aviation, Appointment of, (357)
  • Ordnance Air Survey, 659
  • Paulhan's Flight, London to Manchester, Twenty-five Years Ago, (489)
  • Perdiewell (Worcester) Municipal Aorodrome, (251)
  • Petrol from British Coal for Royal Air Force, (565)
  • Railway Air Services, 241; Progress in, (251)
  • Ringway Air Port, Manchester, (173)
  • Royal Air Force, Vacancies for Aircraft Apprentices, (303)
  • Royal Air Force Expansion, (149)
  • Royal Air Force Stations, Two Additional, (593)
  • Royal Air Force Training School at Sywell Aerodrome, Northants, (411)
  • Royal Air Force No. 6 Flying Training School at Netheravon, (199)
  • Royal Dutch Air Lines to Call at Ringway Aerodrome, Manchester, (225)
  • Russian Air Disaster, 529
  • Sailplane, Unit for Lifting Aeroplane from Ground, (513)
  • Seadromes in Atlantic, Scheme to Provide Chain of, (199)
  • Searave Trophy for 1934 Awarded to Kenneth Waller, (149)
  • Seaplane Services between Madrid and Valencia, (123)
  • Seaplane Service from Barcelona to Palma. (123)
  • Signals Department for Civil Aviation at Croydon, Function of, (645)
  • Smoke and Aviation, A. Goodfellow, (619)
  • Smoke on Aviation, Effect of, (437)
  • Some British Aero-ongines of To-day (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • South American Air Mail Services, Completion of Year's Successful Operations, (199)
  • Soviet Aeroplanes, Improved Types of ,(619)
  • Soviet. Semi-rigid Airship " V6," Trial Flight of, (463)
  • Spanish Government Purchase Twin-engined " Monospar " Monoplane for Special Survey 1Vork, (463)
  • " Speed " Model Aeroplanes. (463)
  • Speed-up of Karachi-Madras Air Line, (645)
  • Spoke Airport (Liverpool) Extension, (199)
  • Stratosphere Balloon for Spanish War Ministry, Bavarian Firm Builds, (123)
  • Stratosphere Flight from LOA Angeles, Wiley Post's, (303)
  • Stratosphere Sounding Balloon Record, Moscow Claims Automatic, (385)
  • Summer Services of Soviet Air Lines, (463)
  • Tilting Test Stand for Aero-engines, Bristol Aeroplane Company, 653
  • Trans-Canada Air Race, Proposed. (97)
  • Transcontinental Air Mail for India, (251)
  • Trial of " Pan America " Airways Passenger Liner " Oriental Clipper," (463)
  • Twenty-one Licensed Municipal Aerodromes in England, (173)
  • Union Airway Company, New Zealand, Purchase of British Machines, (619)
  • United States Air Programme, (149)
  • U.S. Naval Airships, Mr. Swanson to Oppose Further Construction of, (225)
  • Valves, Sodium-cooled Mite-engine. Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., 64, 104
  • Wright Aeroplane may be returned to America, (357)
  • Zeppelin Airship Hangars to be Transferred to Frankfurt-on-Main, (43)
  • Zeppelin " L.Z. 129," Japanese-Manchukuo Concern to Purchase by Barter in Beans, (43)
  • Aero-engines :
  • Armstrong-Siddeley " Genet Major " Seven-cylinder Engine, 65 (Supplement, January 18th. 1935)
  • Bristol " Aquila " Sleeve Valve Engine, 65 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • Bristol " Mercury VI " Engine, 64 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • Bristol " Pegasus 1I-M " Aero-engine's Endurance Test, (123)
  • Bristol " Pegasus IV " Engine for Variable-pitch Screw, 64 (Supplement. January 18th, 1935),
  • Bristol " Pegasus X," (513)
  • Bristol " Perseus " Sleeve Valve Engine. 65 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • Bristol " Phconix " Air-cooled C.I. Engine, 64 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • British Salmson " A.D.9.R." Series II Engine. 65 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • " Cataract II " Engine, Popjay Airmotors, Ltd., 65
  • " Cirrus " Engine. Cirrus-Hermes Engineering Company, Ltd., 66
  • " Cutlass " Engines, D. Napier and Son, Ltd., 66
  • " Dragon Fly " Engine, A.B.C. Motors, Ltd., 66
  • " Gnat " Engine, A.B.C. Motors, Ltd., 66
  • " Hermes " Engine, Cirrus-Hermes Engineering Company, Ltd., 66
  • " Jumo IV " and "Jumo V " C.I. Engines, D. Napier and Son, Ltd., 65
  • " Mosquito " Engine. A.B.C. Motors, Ltd.. 66
  • Napier-Half ord " Dagger " Twenty-four-cylinder Air-cooled Engine, 65 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • Napier-Junkers " Culverin " Water-cooled C.I. Engine, 66 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • " Niagara " Seven-cylinder Static, Radial, Air-cooled Engine, Popjay Airmotors, Ltd., 65
  • " Rapier " Air-cooled Petrol Engine. I). Napier and Son, Ltd., 66
  • " Scorpion " Engine. A.B.C. Motors, Ltd., 66
  • " Wasp " Engine, A.B.C. Motors, Ltd., 66
  • Wolseley " Viper " Static Radial Nine-cylinder Engine. 65 (Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • Aircraft, Machines :
  • Aeroplane Built on Monospar System at Hanworth, (173)
  • Aeroplane " Swallow," (513)
  • Aeroplanes for Hillman's Airways. Ltd., Six Four-engined " D.H. 86," (411)
  • Aeroplanes Named on Railway Air Services, (565)
  • Aircraft Carrier " Ark Royal," Reserve Fleet, Renamed H.M.S. " Pegasus," (43)
  • Air Franco Fast, Type Machine " Potez 62." (357)
  • Air Liner " Mercury," Record Flight from Belfast to Liverpool and Croydon, (173)
  • Avro " Commodore " Four-seater Passenger Biplane, 38
  • Avro " 637 " Two-seater Light Bomber and Fighter, 38, 44
  • Avro " 642 " Four-engined Sixteen-seater Passenger Liner, 38
  • Avro " 652 " Low-wing Twin-engined Monoplanes for Imperial Airways, (275)
  • Blackburn " Shark " Coastal Defence, Gunnery Spotting Machine, 37, 44
  • Blackburn " Shark " Torpedo Bomber Seaplanes for Portuguese Government, Six (199)
  • Bomber, Successful Trial of Boulton and Paul " Overstrand " Medium. (385)
  • Bristol " Type 133 " Single-seater Fighter and Interceptor, 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • British Klemm " Eagle " Three-seater Low-wing Monoplane, 36
  • " Comet " Twin-engined Monoplane, Improved Type, (539)
  • de Havilland " Comet " Aeroplanes for French Government, Two, (173)
  • de Havilland Twin-engined Monoplane " Comet," Winner of England to Australia Air Race, 2
  • " Diana " Type Air Liners for Railway Air Services, 2
  • " Express " Model Aeroplane, (463)
  • Fairey " Fox " Day Bomber Reconnaissance Two-seater, 36, 44
  • Fairoy Torpedo-spotter Reconnaissance Three-seater, 36
  • Fighting Aeroplanes in South Africa, 158
  • French Flying Boat Breaks World's Long-distance Non-stop Flight, (669)
  • French Latecoere 37-ton Flying Boat " Lieutenant Paris," Trials of, (123)
  • French Seaplane " Commander Paris," Test Flight, (619)
  • " Fokker " and " Douglas " Aeroplanes to be Built in Great Britain, (71)
  • German Aeroplane Crash on Moscow-Berlin Air Route, (149)
  • " Gyroplane," Louis Breguet, 644
  • Hawker Four-gun Fighter, 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Monoplane for Imperial Airways, Sir W. G.Armstrong-Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., (619)
  • Monoplane for King's Cup Air Race, Students Build, (513)
  • Percival " Mow Gull " Single-seater or Mail-plane, 37
  • grave " Monoplane with Blackburn-Duncanson Wings, 37
  • Short " Singapore " M K. III Four-engined Flying Boat, 38, 44
  • Vickers Supermarine " Seagull " V Amphibian, 3
  • Vickord " Vincent General Purpose " Machine, 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Westland " F 7/30 " Single-seater Fighter, 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Wstland " Pterodactyl " Mark V Two-seater Fighter, 2, 3
  • Westland " Wallace " General Purpose and Day Bombing Machine, 3
  • AGRICULTURAL Terracing Machines in America, 407
  • Air Cleaner, Industrial, Burgess Products Company, 653
  • Air-conditioning Plant, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd., ILI. F., 543
  • Air Pollution in 1933-34, J. B. C. Kershaw, 327
  • Alloys (Article in THE METALLURGIST Supplement, Correction, 224)
  • Alloys-Old and Now, Sir H. C. H. Carpenter. 492
  • Aluminium, Process for Case-hardening. Dr. C. R. H. Gower (123) .
  • Aluminium, Tests on Pouring Liquid, (13)
  • Aluminium Alloys, Jointing. (538)
  • Aluminium Machining and Forging, 340
  • Aluminium Mirrors, 436 (see THE METALLURGIST, April 26th, 1935)
  • Aluminium Paint for Prevention of Rust on Chill Plates of Casting Moulds, (513)
  • Aluminium Sheet Metal Working, British Aluminium Company, Ltd., 448
  • Aluminium Works Start Production, Dnieprovsk, (619)
  • American Labour and Wagner Bill, 668

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • American Marine Notes, 284
  • American Railways in 1934, 328
  • American Steel Industry Challenged, 119
  • Bonding Presses, Largo, 284
  • Brooklyn Bridge, Rebuilding, 678
  • Chemical Engineering Developments, 76
  • Concrete, Developments in, 467
  • Concrete, Ready-mixed, 678
  • Controlling Rock Dust in Mines, 467
  • Electrical Developments in America, 284
  • Employment for Civil Engineers, 284
  • Erosion below Large Dams, 548
  • Freight Car Design, American, 119
  • Geodesy and Geology, 356
  • Groins for Beach Protection, 678
  • High-speed Railway Track, 328
  • Highway Developments in America, 76
  • Hydro-electric v. Fuel-power Plants, 467
  • Irrigation Policy of the United States, 284
  • Locomotives, American Articulated, 467
  • Metal Products, 467
  • Relief and Recovery in America, 678
  • Road Construction, 467
  • Steel Developments in America, 328
  • Steel Works Extensions at Detroit , 119
  • Suction Dredges, Large, 54R
  • Welding Effect on Steel, 356
  • Wrought Iron and Steel, 356
  • AMSTERDAM, Municipal Improvements at (173)
  • Anchor Steel Plated, Steleon," Langley London, Ltd., B.I. F., 618

ANNUAL REVIEW :

  • A Retrospect, 15 Iron and Steel Trade, 15; Thames and Money, 15; Transport, 15
  • Aeronautics in 1934,.2 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935), 36, 44, 64 (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • Bridges and Tunnels in 1934, 4 (Supplement January 4th, 1935)
  • British Railways in 1934, 77
  • Electrical Engineering in 1934, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935), 50
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1934, 21, 35
  • Hydro-electric Power Schemes in 1934, 10 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Locomotives and Railcars in 1934, 16 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Naval Construction in 1934, 18, Hector C. Bywater Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1934, 6. 14 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935), 48
  • Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering in 1934, 25, 39
  • ANTI-NOISE League, Programme for Conference, 580
  • Arbitration Act, Engineers and New, W. Summerfield. 440
  • Architecture of Molecules, Dr. A. Wheeler Robinson, 11
  • Armament Trade Inquiry. Royal Commission Appointed, 189
  • Arsenic as Wood Preservative. 368
  • Arsenic for Cements Used in Protection of Wooden Piles, (489)
  • Artificial Sunlight in New York Apartments, (513)

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • British Engineering Institutions' Jubilee Address, 453
  • ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN RAILWAY ENGINEERING :
  • Thirty-sixth Annual Meeting and Lion, 395
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS' :
  • Annual Dinner, (134)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ELECTRICAL AND ALLIED MANUFACTURERS' :
  • Annual Meeting, 319, 328
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ELECTRICAL DEVELOPMENT :
  • Annual Luncheon, 291
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ENGINEERS' :
  • Change or Decay ? D. A. Bremner, 103 (Leading Article. Quality and Markets, 125)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH OIL BURNER MANUFACTURERS':
  • Annual General Meeting, (199)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS :
  • Summer Meeting at Cambridge. 382
  • ASSOCIATION, COAL-BURNINg APPLIANCE MAKERS' :
  • Lieut.-Colonel J. H. M. Greenly Elected Chairman. 345
  • ASSOCIATION. . DIESEL ENGINE USERS :
  • Annual Dinner, 221
  • ASSOCIATION, DOCK AND HARBOUR AUTHORITIES' :
  • Revenue from Railway and Private Owned Docks, (357)
  • ASSOCIATION. ELECTRICAL RESEARCH :
  • Address by Professor J. C. McLennan, 169
  • ASSOCIATION, FARADAY HOUSE OLD STUDENTS' :
  • Officers for 1935, (138)
  • ASSOCIATION, FRENCH MARITIME TECHNICAL :
  • Annual Session. Report. 644
  • ASSOCIATION. INCORPORATED MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL :
  • Formation of Local Sections. (314)
  • ASSOCIATION, LLOYD'S REGISTER STAFF :
  • Marine Engines, by a Superintendent, Sterry B. Freeman. SO
  • ASSOCIATION, MACHINE TOL TRADES :
  • Annual Dinner. Report. (314)
  • ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN, REFRACTORIES :
  • Annual Dinner. Report, (344)
  • ASSOCIATION OF MINING ENGINEERS :
  • Electric Lamp Voltages, J. A. R. Horsley, (225)
  • ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC LIGHTING ENGINEERS :
  • Twelfth Annual Meeting. September, 1935. (303)
  • ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION BUREAUX :
  • Twelfth Annual Conference at Cambridge, (225)
  • ASSOCIATION OF SUPERVISING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Introduction of Associate Membership, (539)
  • ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS IN TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS :
  • Conference. Technical Education, 609
  • ENGINEERS' GERMAN CIRCLE :
  • Modern Electric Industrial Furnaces. Dr. Ing. W. Zwanzig, 148
  • Science of Refrigeration. Professor Dr. Ing. R. Plank. 297
  • The Road Carrier for Railway Rolling Stork. Dr. Ing. Hans culemeyer. 364
  • " Velox " Boiler fornd and Marine Purposes, A. Meyer. 8
  • Visit to Heston Airport (593)
  • INSTITUTE, CITY AND GUILDS :
  • Jubilee Celebrations. 139, 146
  • INSTITUTE, IMPERIAL :
  • Empire Fibres for Marine Cordage. Teats of Tarred and Untarred Cordage Made
  • from East African Sisal, Report of Exposure Testa Carried Out by Admiralty, 1933-34. (225)
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Bessemer Gold Medal Awarded to Professor A. M. Portevin, (303), 482
  • Programme for Annual Meeting, 337
  • Annual Meeting, 482
  • Presidential Address, " Alloys : Old and New." Sir H. C. H. Carpenter, 483, 493, 494
  • Papers :
  • Blast-furnaces, Further Determinations of the External Heat Loss of, D. F. Marshall. 483
  • Corrosion Committee. Third Report of, Presented by Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 483
  • Effect of Oxygen and Sulphur on Iron in Scaling, J. H. Whiteley, 484
  • Iodine Method for the Determination of Oxides in Steel, T. E. Rooney and A. G. Stapleton, 485
  • Spring Steels, An Investigation of, Professor J. H. Andrew and G. T. Richardson, 484
  • Autumn Meeting at Manchester, (645)
  • Symposium on Welding of Iron and Steel, (274), 506, (Leading Article, 515), 532, 559, 599, 613
  • INSTITUTE, L. & N.E. RAILWAY MECHANICS, STRATFORD :
  • Prize-giving and Address by Mr. W. Whitelaw, (225)
  • INSTITUTE, SIR JOHN CABS :
  • Economy in Industry, H. L. Pine, (225)
  • INSTITUTE, TEXTILE :
  • Textile Requirements of British Railways, W. Pritchard, (225)
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDR V3IEN :
  • Annual Conference at Sheffield, 608
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • Charter Jubilee Celebrations, (123)
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND :
  • Patronage of His Majesty the King, (225)
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL :
  • Functions of a Research Department, T. M. Herbert, 223
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, Report, 221
  • Symposium, High-pressure Marine Boilers, 312, 365, 393, 417
  • Visit to Works of W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., Bedford, 628
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Annual General Meeting in London, Provisional Programme, 82
  • Programme, 148
  • Annual General Meeting, 268, 306, 323
  • Papers :
  • Alloys of Magnesium : Part II, The Mechanical Properties of Some Wrought Magnesium Alloys, W. Prytherch, 324
  • Aluminium, Spectrographic Analysis of D. M. Smith, 324
  • Aluminium Sand Castings, Unsoundness in, Professor D. Hanson and Dr. T. G. Slater, 323
  • Atmospheric Action in Fatigue, Some Further Experiments on, Dr. H. J. Gough and D. G. Sopwith, 269
  • Atmospheric Exposure on the Breaking Load and the Electrical Resistance of Non-ferrous Wires, Effect of Five Years', Dr. J. C. Hudson, 269
  • Cadmium Tin Alloys, Constitution and Properties of, Professor Hanson and Pell Walpole, 307
  • Corrosion Fatigue, Properties of Duralumin with and without Protective Coatings, T. J. Gerard and H. Sutton, 268
  • Penetration of Steel by Soft Solder and Other Molten Metals at Temperatures up to 400 deg. Cent., Dr. van Ewijk, 306
  • Reduction by Hydrogen of Stannic Oxide Contained in N.C. Copper, W. E. Atkins and A. P. C. Hallowes, 323
  • Type Metal Alloys, Miss Francis Weaver, 306
  • Annual May Lecture, Atomic Arrangement in Metals slid Alloys, Professor W. L. Bragg, 495
  • INSTITUTE OF PATENT AGENTS:
  • Annual General Meeting, (619)
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • Conference on Industrial Physics, 210
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Goods Shed Operations, E. V. H. Lemon, (199)
  • Sir Cyril Hurcomb Elected President, (411)
  • INSTITUTE OF WELDING :
  • Presidential Address, Sir Alexander Gibb, 581
  • INSTITUTION, BRITISH STANDARDS :
  • Annual General Meeting, (645)
  • INSTITUTION, PERMANENT WAY :
  • Annual Dinner, Scientific Methods on Railways, E. J. H. Lemon, (173)
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual General Meeting and Dinner, 234
  • H. J. Pooley Awarded Osborne Reynolds Medal for Contribution on Progress of the Institution, (251)
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Conversazione Report, 648
  • Annual Dinner, 241
  • James Forrest Lecture, Practical or Applied Geophysics, Professor Owen Thomas-Jones, 523
  • Kelvin Medal Awarded to Sir John Ambrose Fleming, (329); Presented, 479
  • Manchester and District Association : Annual Dinner, (158)
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, 163
  • Award of Faraday Medal to Dr. F. B. Jewett, (149)
  • Summer Meeting in Belgium, (437)
  • Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize and Medal Awarded to A. M. Wright for Paper Electrification of Railways, (82)
  • Faraday Lecture, Electricity in Life of To-day, Professor E. W. Marchant, 362
  • Private Plants and Public Supply Tariffs, J. A. Summer, 221, 253
  • Propeller Fans for Cooling Electrical Machines, Ralph Poole, 195
  • Review of Power Station Progress, T. V. Robinson, 512
  • The Engineer Administrator, E. S. Byng, 274
  • Students' Section : HIgh-Voltage Alternators, P. E. Crawshaw-Smith, 286
  • Power Plant for Automatic Telephone Exchanges, K. B. Baldwin, 339
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Annual Dinner, (494)
  • Launching of Ships, J. Foster Petree, (97)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, NORTH-EAST COAST :
  • Fuel Consumption and Maintenance Costs of Marine Engines, L. J. Lo Mesurier and H. S. Humphreys, 209
  • Proposal to Illuminate Beacons on Measured Mile in Whitley Bay. (225)
  • Ship Collisions, H. E. J. Camps, 453
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • Diesel-electric Paddle Ferry Ships for Queensferry, E. Denny, (303)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE :
  • Thirty-fifth Annual Dinner, Report, (426)
  • INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN, ROYAL :
  • Foundation of Professorship of Astronomy, (357)
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • The Work of Vitry Locomotive Testing Station, Monsieur Pierre Place, 427
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual General Meeting, Report, 228
  • Colonel A. E. Davidson Elected President, 228
  • Annual Dinner, Accepted Invitations, (619)
  • Bath Summer Meeting, 560, 590
  • Aerodynamical Research and Hydraulic Practice, A. Fage, 416
  • Hydraulic Couplings, Recent Developments in, Harold Sinclair, 460, 466
  • Hydraulic Practice, Aerodynamical Research and, A. Fags, 416
  • Lysholm-Smith Torque Converter, Dr. H. F. Haworth and A. Lysholm; Voith Turbo-transmissions, Dr. Ing. W. Hahn, 486, 494
  • Mechanical Handling as Applied to Industry, R. B. Lister, 560, 590
  • The Bend Test and its Value as a Guide to Ductility, J. W. Schuster, 354, 360
  • Treatment and Control of Boiler Water, R. J. Glinn, 126, 131
  • Worm Gear Performances, Dr. H. E. Merritt, 228, 234
  • Internal Combustion Engine Group :
  • Spring Meeting, Programme, 274
  • Spring Meeting, Report, 319; Discussions on Gas Engine as Competitor in Power Field, 319; Supercharging, 319
  • Graduated Section : Annual Dinner and Dance, (340)
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, AUSTRALIA :
  • Hume Dam on Murray River, H. H. Dare, 480, 481
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • Annual Dinner, (524)
  • Gold Medal Awarded to Mr. A. C. Beatty, (411)
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS :
  • Presidential Address, Mr. Lallrenee Holland, 139
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Awards by the Council for 1934, (138)
  • Programme for Annual Meeting, 337
  • H.R.H. the Duke of York to Attend Annual Dinner, (251)
  • Retirement of Secretary, Mr. IZ W. Dana, 388
  • Annual Dinner, Report, 416
  • Annual Meeting, 388, 414, 421, 429, 436. 456, 472
  • Presidential Address, Lord Stonehaven, 388
  • Presentation to Mr. R. W. Dana by Monsieur Augustin Normand, 414
  • Papers :
  • Channel Train Ferry Steamers for Southern Railway, Sir Westhoff Abell, 429, 436
  • Corrosion Problems of the Naval Architect, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 456, 472
  • Evolution of the Modern Steam Trawler with Superheating, W. H. C. Nicholas, 432
  • Mild Steel Plates and Welded Seams, An Experimental Investigation of Cracking in, Professor E. G. Coker
  • and Professor Haigh, 457
  • " Queen Mary," Launching of Cunard White Star Liner, J. M. McNeill, 414, 421
  • Resistance Experiments with Models of High-speed Ships, J. L. Kent and R. S. Outland, 430
  • Ship Wave Resistance, Progress Since 1930, W. C. S. Wigley, 458
  • Simplified Form of Direct Flooding Calculations, J. L. Scott, 431
  • Stability for Ships, Standard of, Professor E. Pierrottet, 458
  • Steamships with Main Boilers on Deck, K. G. Meldahl, 431
  • Transport of Refrigerated Cargoes under Modern Marine Practice, A. R. T. Woods, 415
  • INSTITUTION OF PROFESSIONAL CIVIL SERVANTS :
  • Presidential Address, State Scientific Services, Sir Richard Redmayne, 479
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • President, Mr. H. E. Morgan, (173)
  • Street Traffic Signals, F. Edwards, (539)
  • INSTITUTION OF SANITARY ENGINEERS :
  • Removal to Larger Premises, (669)
  • INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • President Elected., Dr. Oscar Faber, (574)
  • SOCIETE DES INGENIEURS CIVILS DE FRANCE :
  • Protection Against Gas Bombardment, M. Du-Plat-Taylor, 143
  • SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • Discussion, Structure of Metallic Castings, Films and Surfaces, Programme, 195
  • SOCIETY, ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING :
  • Electric Lamp Characteristics, J. M. Sandford and J. H. Waldram, 250
  • Time Characteristics of Tungsten Filament Lamps for Signs, Signals, and Beacons, 250
  • Vote for Day and Time of Scientific and Technical Societies' Meetings, (275)
  • SOCIETY, LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING :
  • F. W. Gaskin Elected President, (489)
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEMENT :
  • Conference on Effect of Smoke on Aviation, (437)
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN :
  • Order Book of New Wire Company, Cheadle, 1788-1831, L. St. L. Pendred, 338; (Loading Article, 359)
  • Summer Meeting at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Report, 644
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL. :
  • Garden Party at Great West Aerodrome. 479
  • Wood v. Metal for Strength, Captain G. de Havilland, (437)
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL EMPIRE :
  • Symposium, Pioneer Work of British Engineers Overseas, 61
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH :
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (314)
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, ROYAL :
  • Albert Medal Awarded Sir Robert Hadfield, (669)
  • H timidity and Health, C. L. Burdick, (123)
  • Noise of Motor Vehicles, Wing-Commander T. R. Cave-Brown-Cave, 319
  • Problem of Noise, Sir Henry Richards, 285
  • Properties, Characteristics and Uses of Stainless Steel, S. A. Main, 313
  • Shaw Lecture, " Accident Prevention," D. R. Wilson, 314
  • Thomas Gray Memorial Trust, 184, 236
  • SOCIETY OF BRITISH AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTORS :
  • Annual General Meeting Elections, (593)
  • Flying Display and Exhibition at Hendon, (593)
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • Chemical Engineer and his Training for Industry, Dr. A. J. V. Underwood, (71)
  • Glasgow Conference, (463)
  • Metals in the Food Industry. N. D. Sylvester, 87
  • Osborne Reynolds Medal Awarded to H. J. Pooley, Pooley, General Secretary, (251)
  • President Elected, Mr. W. A. S. Calder, (251)
  • Street Accidents and Material Condition of Roads, Dr. R. E. Stradling, (225)
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • Jubilee Luncheon, 'Technological Achievement, Sir Frank Smith, 604
  • National Building, A. C. Bossom, (550)
  • SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN, ROYAL :
  • Conversazione at Burlington House, 485
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :
  • Prophets and Panaceas, Dexter S. Kimball, 107
  • SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS :
  • Establishment of Office in India, (13)
  • President Elected, Peter F. Bennett, (544)
  • SOCIETY OF NAVAL ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :
  • Mariner's Compass, Captain J. M. I,. Gorett, 654
  • ASTRONOMY and the Atmosphere, 653
  • Atmosphere, Astronomy and the, 653
  • Atmospheric Pollution, Conference on, 555

B

  • BAGASSE for Wrapping and Writing Papers, Factory in South Africa, (619)
  • Balance, Main Aerodynamic, at Farnborough, sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co., 468
  • Baldwins Ltd., British Coal, Iron, and Steel Brochure, (502)
  • Ball and Plain Bearings in Belt Conveyors, Experiments on Relative Merits of, (463)
  • Barrage, Kut, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Obtain Contract. for Swing Bridges, Lock Gates, and Sluice Gates, 31
  • Barrow, Motor, General Electric Company, Ltd., 663, 664
  • Bearing Material for Underwater Work, " EelSlip," (275)
  • Bearing Surfaces, Influence of Colloidal Graphite on, (513)
  • Birmingham Nickel Alloy Works, 509 (Note 658)
  • Board of Trade, Mercantile Marine Department, Mr. W. T. Williams Appointed Deputy Engineer Surveyor-in-Chief, (225)

BOILERS :

  • Boiler, Horizontal, Edwin Danks and Co. (Oldbury), Ltd., Suppt., 17.5.35, v
  • Boiler, Water-tube, W. Yorath Lewis, 410
  • Boiler Feed Water, Treatment of, 175
  • Boiler for Leicester Power Station, International Combustion, Ltd., 104, (138)
  • Boiler for Leicester Power Station, Sturtevant Electrostatic Precipitator for, (138)
  • Boiler-house Practice, City and Guilds of London Institute's Examination for, 291
  • Boiler Instrument Panels at Brighton Power Station, Allen, West and Co., Ltd., 208
  • Boiler Plant for Works li Miles Apart, (357)
  • Boiler with Wet Back Combustion Chamber, Horizontal, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35. iv
  • Boilers, Coal-fired, Cochran and Co. (Annan), Ltd., B.I.F., 510
  • Boilers, Inhibition Corrosion in Boilers by Means of Chemical Deaeration, (539)
  • Boilers, Wooden Steam, F. A. Taylor, 307
  • Boilers and Equipment of Tir John Power Station, Swansea, International Combustion, Ltd., 649
  • Boilers for Battersea and 1Villesden Power Stations, Additional, (71)
  • High-pressure Marine Boilers, Symposium at Institute of Marine Engineers, 312, 365, 393, 417
  • Atmos Revolving Boiler, -J. V. Blomquest, 312
  • Clarkson Thimble-tube, B. I .F. Suppt., 17.5.35, v
  • Cochran - Kirke Sinuflo Gas-fired Boiler, B.I.F., 510
  • La Mont Boiler, 365
  • Loeffler Marine Boiler, S. McEwen, 366
  • Sulzer Single-tube, J. Calderwood, 393
  • Velox Steam Generator, M. 0. S. Swallow, 394
  • Wagner-Bauer Boiler, 417
  • BOILERS, Tar and Bitumen, Clarmac Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 511
  • Bolt, Foundation, Rawlplug Company, 130
  • Braille, Press for Copying, (97)
  • Brake, Thruster-operated, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt. 24.5.35, vi
  • Brake Valve, Steam, Brook's, Hunslet Engineering Company, Ltd., 676
  • Brewery at Park Royal, London, Guinness, (329)

BRIDGES :

  • Bridge Reconstruction, (669)
  • Bridges, American Toll, 108
  • Bridges, Government of Bombay to Build Two, (385)
  • Bridges, Minister of Transport and Weak. (619)
  • Bridges at Durban, (357)
  • Bridges in Holland, Proposed, (97)
  • Bridges Over the Danube, Two Railway, (97)
  • Balderson's Bridge Between Apsley and Hemel Hempstead to be Rebuilt, (539)
  • Barendrecht Vertical Lift Bridge, 5 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Brooklyn Bridge, Plans for Rebuilding, (489)
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 4
  • Charing Cross Road Bridge, (71)
  • Craigavon Bridge, Londonderry, 428, 438, 454, 464
  • Danish Bridge Opened, Connects Island of
  • Funen with Jutland, Across Little Belt, 503
  • Firth of Forth Bridge, Proposed, 5, 241
  • Forth Bridge, Forty-fifth Anniversary, (251)
  • Hell Gate Bridge, New York, 5
  • Irrawaddy Bridge at Sagging, near Mandalay, 5
  • King Alexander I Bridge Connecting Belgrade and Zemun, 5
  • Krustpils Bridge, Latvia, British Company to Erect, (513)
  • Lake St. Louis Bridge, Montreal, 6
  • La Roche Guyon Bridge, Widest Single-span Reinforced Concrete Bridge in France, (123)
  • Newport (Tees) Vertical Lift Bridge, 4 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Pine Creek Bridge, Australia, 284
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridge at La Roche-Guyon, (463)
  • Richmond Bridge Widening, (149)
  • San F rancisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 6
  • Second Narrows Bridge, Vancouver, 5
  • Severn Bridge, Proposed, (619), 659, (669)
  • Smithfield Bridge, Pittsburgh, Aluminium Floored, 6
  • Tolls on Menai Bridge, Ministry of Transport and Alteration to, (173)
  • Traneherg Arch Bridge, Stockholm, 4, 5
  • Waterloo Bridge, Finance and, 581
  • Waterloo Bridge, Probable Appearance of Embankment End of, 4
  • Waterloo Bridge, Progress in Demolition of, 66, 67, (539)
  • Zabow Bridge, China, 189
  • Zambesi Bridge, Lower, 5
  • BRITISH Aluminium Company, Ltd., Aluminium Sheet Metal Working, 448

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION :

  • Forthcoming Specifications, 630
  • Specifications :
  • Asbestos Pipes and Fittings, 26
  • Asphalte Road Surfacing, 106
  • Boilers, Multi-tubular Horizontal, 586
  • Bull-head Railway Rails, 458
  • Cast Iron Spigot and Socket Soil, Waste, Ventilating, and Heavy Rain-water Pipes, 522
  • Copper Conductors, Varnished Cambric Insulated Annealed, 653
  • Electrically Welded Mild Steel Chain, Short Link and Pitched or Calibrated, 328
  • Engine-testing Equipment, 364
  • Fire Extinguishers of the Acid Alkali Type, Portable Chemical, 328
  • Hooks of " C " or Liverpool Type, Wrought Iron and Mild Steel, 328
  • Laboratory Glassware, 653
  • Laboratory Thermometers, General Purpose, 364
  • Lead Pipes, 630
  • Motor Starters and Controllers, 169
  • Photo-electric Cells for Sound Films, 169
  • Plywood, Grading for, 302
  • Point-operated Machines for Railways, 26
  • Pump Tests, 328
  • Rating of Rivers for Power Purposes, 653
  • Soft Woods, Nomenclature for, 302
  • Steel Sheets for Transformers for Power and Lighting, 364
  • Standard Colours for Designation of Voltages, 630
  • Steel Bars for Machining, 236
  • Steel Castings for General Engineering Purposes, 364
  • Steel Strip and Bars, Proposed Specification for, 653
  • Taper Pins, Solid and Split, 236
  • Testing Rubber, Proposed Specification for, 653
  • Vitreous-enamelled Steel Reflectors for Electric Lighting, 236
  • BRITISH Trade, Progress of, 189
  • Bugle Call and Lullaby," D. Bremner, 283
  • Buildings for 1934, Cost of, (199)
  • Buildings in London. Height of, (513)
  • Buildings of To-day, Cement and Concrete, (513)
  • Bulletin of Arthur D. Little, Inc., Survives Difficult Times in America, (489)

C

  • CALCIUM Carbide and Acetylene, Second International Competition for Uses of, (645)
  • Calcium Chloride Powder for Dispersing Fog, (385)
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., 26, 56, 86, 474
  • Catendering Rolls for 300in. Wide Paper Machine, Chilled Cast Iron, (275)
  • Camera and Timing Clock, Western Electric Company, 68

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Briquetting Peat, Process for, 422
  • Business Expansion, 422
  • Civil Aviation, 550
  • Electric Furnace Foundry, 184
  • Electric Soil Heating, 184
  • Electricity Demand, 550
  • Pier at Halifax, 183
  • Rock Slide at Niagara, 183
  • Smelter Dispute Adjusted, 550
  • Sound Laboratory at Ottawa, 422
  • Steel Plant in Vancouver, 422
  • Steel Shapes, Large, 550
  • Steel Works' Equipment, 422
  • Sulphur Recovery Plant, 550
  • Welded Rail Steel Tubing, 550

CANALS :

  • Canal, Albert, (Opening, 503), 504, 524, 530, 540, 556, 557, 566
  • Canal Boaz Inspections, (173)
  • Canal from Ostend to Passchendaale-Nieupoort Waterway, Proposed. (43)
  • Canal from Zambesi River to Power-house, (669)
  • Canal Scheme Revived, Clyde-Forth, 453
  • Canal Traffic and the Railway Companies, (411)
  • Canals, Improved Conditions in Finance, (619)
  • Commercial Shipping Passing through
  • Panama Canal, Statistics, (385)
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Report for 1934, 189
  • Panama Canal, Tonnage Statistics, (251)
  • Suez Canal, Number of Ships Passing During 1934, (43); Report, 1934, 609; Traffic, 1934. (97)
  • CARBOLOY (Cemented Carbide), Relative Life of, (593)
  • Carillon and Clock for St. John's Church, Perth, Gillett and Johnston, Ltd., 447
  • Castor, The Autoset, J. F. Atkinson, 282
  • Catalogues, 112, 181, 208, 236, 260, 368, 396, 410, 448, 521, 680
  • Cellulose Pump, Process for Manufacture of, (13)
  • Celophane Products, Factory at Bridgewater for, (411)
  • Chain Drives, Renold and Coventry Chain Company, Ltd., B.1.10., 571
  • Chain Drives, Industrial, Perry and Co.. Ltd., B.I.F., 617
  • Chain-grate Stokers, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 40R
  • Chain Making Factory at Vereeniging, South Africa, (433)
  • " Change or Decay " ? D. A. Bremner. 103 (Leading Article, Quality and Markets, 125)
  • Channel Tunnel &hemp, 265
  • Chemical Engineer and his Training for Industry, Dr. A. J. V. Underwood, (71)
  • Chemical Engineering, Materials of Construction for, J. McKillop. (385)
  • Chemical Engineering, One Hundred Years of, (329)
  • Chemical Engineering Congress of the World Power Conference, (260)
  • Chemical Standards, Ferro-alloys British, (82) Shipping Distributor, Handy, Willis and Steevens, Ltd., 13.1.1. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Chromium, Electrodeposition of, (489)
  • Cine-camera for Watching Details of Permanent Way Work, E. J. H. Lemon, (489)
  • Circulator, " Simplex," Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 24.5.35, viii
  • Clock, Carillon and, Installed at St. John's Church, Perth, Gillett and Johnston. Ltd., 447
  • Clock for Marine Use, Improved, (225)
  • Clutch, Magnetic, Power Plant Company, Ltd., 130

COAL AND COKE :

  • Belgium Coal Control, R5
  • Coal, Activated Carbon from, A. E. Williams, 203
  • Coal, Oil from, 659
  • Coal, World Production of, (669)
  • Coal and Coke Shipments from Tyne, 1934 (97)
  • Coal and Coke Shipments from Tyne During January, (225)
  • Coal Bunkering Figures, 1934, (123)
  • Coal-burning Appliance Makers' Association 61
  • Coal Consumption, Decline in. 139; Way to Increased, H. I. Pirie, 184
  • Coal Consumption in Gas and Electrical Industries Respectively, Statistics, (13)
  • Coal Cutting by Machine, Statistics, (385)
  • Coal Discovered by U.S.S.R. Expeditions, (565)
  • Coal Distillation Plant at Newbold, Tests on, 184
  • Coal Distillation Plant at Seaham Harbour, (13)
  • Coal Face Machinery Exhibition at Birmingham, (608)
  • Coal Hydrogenation Experimental Plant at Oppau, (13)
  • Coal Merger, South Wales, 189
  • Coal Mining Industry of Britain, Statistics, (437)
  • Coal Production in Japan, (619)
  • Coal Production in Soviet, (71)
  • Coal Resources of Britain, D. Havinden. (13)
  • Coal Resources of Union of S. Africa, W. Wybergh, (275)
  • Coal Shipped Overseas, 1934, (149)
  • Coal Shipped to Coastwise Ports, 1934, (173)
  • Coal Sorting Screens at Deptford Wharf, (513)
  • Coke Ovens at Govan Ironworks, Fifty. (123)
  • Colloidal Fuel Developments at Cardiff, 113, (123)
  • Gresford Colliery, Report. Denied that Pit is to be Entered, (234)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation of Ruhr Coal, (357)
  • Shansi Government Representatives Visit Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Askern, (437)
  • COCOA Butter Factory at Hull, ( 357 )
  • Cofferdam Construction, Caro in, 680
  • College Extensions, Heriot Watt, 113
  • College of Science, Woolwich, Military, 609
  • Colvilles, Ltd., History of Firm, 319
  • Commercial Testing, Representative Samples and, A. Haas, 202
  • Companies' Statistics, Jordan and Sons, Ltd., (97)
  • Compressed has for Illuminating and Cooking Purposes at Stockholm, (13)

COMPRESSORS, AIR AND GAS :

  • Air Compressors, Broom and Wade, Ltd., B.I.F. Supple, 17.5.35, iii
  • Air Compressors, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 664
  • Compressor, Portable Oil Engine-driven, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 363
  • this Compressors for South America, Kryn and Lahy, Ltd., 444
  • CONCRETE, Aggregate Proportioning Plant, W. G. Jamieson and R. W. Walker, 521
  • Concrete, Carbon Black for Darkening, (619)
  • Concrete Barrow and Mixer, C. H. Johnson and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt.,17.5.35, viii
  • Concrete Beams, Strain and Stress Distribution in, R. H. Evans, 94
  • Concrete Brick Making at Colnbrook, (149)
  • Concrete Machinery, Winget, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii
  • Concrete Mixers, Liner Concrete Machinery Company, B./.F., 570
  • Concrete Mixers, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., B.I.F., Suppt., 24.5.35,
  • Condensers for Tir ohn Power Station, Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd.. 673
  • Containers for " Bottled " (his, Chesterfield Tube Company, Ltd., 8.1.F., 573
  • Contour Projector, Franklin Caster Company, 547
  • Contractors' Machinery, Millars' Machinery Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Contracts and Orders, 26, 60, 86, 108, 134, 162, 184, 236, 260, 290, 318, 340, 372, 396, 422, 452, 478, 502, 528, 551, 602, 634, 658, 640
  • Conveyor for Oil Engine Erection, Creeper, Potters, Ltd., 206
  • Conveyors, Steel Band Conveyor and Engineering Company, B. 1.F., 588
  • Co-operative Societies, Profit-sharing in, 30
  • Copper, Birmingham Battery and Metal Company, B.I.F., 618
  • Copper as Cylinder Head Material, Value of, (199)
  • Copper for Electrical Purposes Forbidden in Germany, (43)
  • Copper in Liquid Form, (463)
  • Copper Output of Canada, 1934, (149)
  • Corrosion of Exposed Galvanised Wire, (43)
  • Corsican Pine Without Knots, Growing, W. A. Robertson, (329)
  • Country Life, A 2000th Number, 538
  • Coupling, Flexible Spring Pattern, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 309
  • Crane, Contractor's, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 617
  • Crane, Fusion Welded. Joseph Booth and Brothers, Ltd., 677
  • Crane, Mobile, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 234
  • Crane, 2-Ton Mobile, G. Russell and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iii
  • Crane, 16-Ton Ore-handling Grab, United Steel Companies, Ltd., 676
  • Crane at Billingham, Titan, Sir William Arrol and Co., (13)
  • Cranes, Overhead, Herbert Morris. Ltd., 130
  • Cranes, Safe Load Indicators for, Design of, 313
  • Cranes, Safe Load Indicator for, B. and A. Engineering Company, Ltd., 309
  • Cranes, Safe Load Indicator for, Giorge Salter and Co., Ltd., B.1.10., 617
  • Cranes, Safe Load Indicator for, Wylie Safe Load Indicators, Ltd., 259
  • Crompton, Colonel R. E. B., Ninetieth Birthday, 215; (Pencil Portrait, Supplement, May 3181, 1935), 555; Banquet to, 581
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels---Weekly
  • Cylinder Liners, Thawing-in, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 420

D

  • DAC-CHRONOMETER, Gent and Co., Ltd., 232
  • Dadswell, C. J., Awarded Diploma of Ingenieur de l'Ecole Superieure de Fonderie, (82)

DAMS :

  • Aswan Dam, Honours for Contractors of, 401
  • Clatteringahaws Dam, Galloway Hydro-Electric Power Scheme (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Dam, Progress on Boulder, Colorado. River, 154, 155, 170, 171, 196, 222, 226 (Leading Article, 227)
  • Dam Across Missouri River. Earth Fill, 629
  • Dams, International Congress on Large, 70
  • Dunalastair Intake Dam, Grampian Hydro-electric Power Scheme (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Fort Peck Dam, Missouri River, Steel Sheet Piling Driven to 156ft., (275)
  • Gebel Aulia Dam, near Khartoum, 319
  • Hetch Hetchy Darn, Enlargement of, (437)
  • Hume Dam of Murray River, 480, 481
  • Laggan Dam. Lochabor Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 10 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Treig Dam, Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 10 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935) 1Vaitaki Dam, N.Z., 194, 200
  • DEAD Sea Products, (43)
  • Degreasing Plant, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 13.1.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, viii
  • Detection of Weak Points in Large Structures, (565)
  • Detel Red, Dotel Products, Ltd., (210)
  • Dock at Southampton, Pumping Plant and Equipment at ICing George V, Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., 582, 583, 611, 637
  • Dock Works, Port of London Authority's Proposed London, 291
  • Docks of London, Port of London Authority Bill, (539)
  • Drainage of Greater London, 319, 497 (Leading Article, London Sewage, 491)
  • Drainage Scheme, River Vey, 529
  • Draught Controller, Mechanical, British Trance company, Ltd., B.I.F., 543
  • Dredging Mouth of River Loire near St. Nazaire for Liner " Normandie," (411)
  • Dredging Plant Charges on Clyde Reduced, (275)
  • Drill Container, Fry's (London), Ltd., (524)
  • Drilling Holes Deeper than Length of Drill, Method for, (645)
  • Drive, An Individual Electric, Sadi Engineering Company, Ltd., 131
  • Drive, Autoflex, Wearn's Autoflex Drives, Ltd., 130
  • Dynamite for Digging Holes for Transmission Poles, (385)

E

  • ECONOMICS, Engineering and, Dr. E. L. Burgin, 189
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS (see also Scientific Instruments, xiii) :
  • A.C. Mining Motors, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 547
  • Alternator 1905, 1500-k11', C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.. 52
  • Automatic Electric Lighting Set, Potters, Ltd., 664
  • Automatic Synchronising Equipment, 377
  • Barrow . Motor, General Electric Company Ltd., 663, 664
  • Battersea Power Station, Additional Haw at, 163
  • Beams Report, 319, 328
  • Booster Capacity, British Electric Transformer Company, Ltd., 231
  • Cables, V.I.R., Derby Cables, Ltd., Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., B. I .F. Suppt., 17.5.35,
  • Central District Office at Surbiton, London and Home Counties Joint Electricity Authority, (173)
  • Central Electricity Hoard, Appointment of General Manager, Mr. H. Hobson, 61
  • Central Electricity Hoard's Report, 362
  • Charging Rack, " Nile," Batteries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vii
  • Circuit Breaker Mechanism, Spring Closing. Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 446
  • Circuit Breakers, Cubicle Mounted Oil, M. and C. Switchgear, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vii
  • Circuit Breakers, Thermal, Ferguson, Pullin, Ltd., B.I.F., 544
  • Clutch, Magnetic, Witton-K rumor Electric Tool and Hoist Works, 260
  • Control Gear, Industrial and Motor, Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., B.I.F.. 544
  • Control System. Isophase, A. Reyrolle and Co.. Ltd.. 378
  • Controller, " Flexipush," Foster Instrument Company, 13.1.11., 511
  • Current Limiter, Electric Drill with, Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 13.1. F., 544
  • Developing the Power Load, H. C. Lamb and W. E. Swale, 567
  • Domestic Electrical Development., 626
  • Earth 'rester, Portable, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 602
  • Electric Inductive Heating for Drying Articles After Painting, Lacquering, or Enamelling, (437)
  • Electric Lamp Characteristics, J.. M. Sandford and J. H. Waldram, 250
  • Electric Lamps, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 13.1. F. Suppt., 17.5.35, i
  • Electric Motor, Novel, (71)
  • Electric Motors, Ferranti Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 17.5.35. vi
  • Electric Power for Ontario's Steel Furnaces, Rates for, (173)
  • Electric Power Plant at Rishton Paper Mills, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 181
  • Electric Supply for Temple of Palni, in Madras, (43)
  • Electric Tools, Portable, S. Wolf and Co., Ltd., 13.1.F., 618
  • Electric Vehicle Battery Charger, Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, viii
  • Electrical Development, 439
  • Electrical Equipment and Accessories, Joseph Lucas, Ltd., R.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Electrical Equipment at Barking Pumping Station, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 363
  • Electrical Equipment at Sewage Works, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 573
  • Electrical Equipment at Tir John Power Station, 674
  • Electrical Factory Extensions at Prescot, British Insulated Cables, Ltd.. 592
  • Electrical Imports and Exports, 1934. (97)
  • Electrical Imports and Exports, 1934, (123)
  • Electrical Instruments, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I. F., 571
  • Electrical Leakage Detectors for Ships, Leakage Detectors, Ltd., 157
  • Electrical Machinery, English Electric Company, Ltd., B. I. F. 572
  • Electrical Manometers, (385)
  • Electrical Method of Testing Enamelled Vessels, J. McKillop, (385)
  • Electrical Progress in America, 193
  • Electrical Research, 157
  • Electrical Research Association, Address by Professor J. C. McLennan, 169
  • Electricity Commissioner Appointment , (496)
  • Electricity Commissioners, Retirement of Assistant Secretary, Mr. W. Cook, (539)
  • Electricity Commissioners, Official Statistics, December, 1934, (71); January. 1935, (173); March, 1935, (411); April, 1935, (539); May, 1935, (645)
  • Electricity Commissioners' Report for 1934, Generation of Electricity in Great Britain, 472
  • Electricity Demand in Canada, 550
  • Electricity Generating Stations in Russia, Rated Capacity of, (275)
  • Electricity in the Life of To-day, Professor E. W. Marchant . 362
  • Electricity Merger of Six London Companies, 139
  • Electricity Meter Factory, English Electric Company, Ltd., 78, 79
  • Electricity on the Farm, 663
  • Electricity Supply, 1932-33, 628
  • Electricity Supply Bill, Lord Monkswell and the Electrification of Railways, (149)
  • Electrification of Eastbourne, Hastings and Seaford Routes Nearing Completion, (437)
  • E.M.F. Between Metals in Sea Water, J. W. Willstrop, 107
  • Film of Glass Bulb Rectifiers Shown by Hewittic Electric Company, Ltd., (43)
  • Frequency Changer to Operate in Atmosphere of Hydrogen, (463)
  • Generator Set, 85 b.h.p. Oil Engine-driven, Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., 233
  • High-voltage Alternators, P. E. Crawshaw Smith, 286
  • Induction Motor, Lokaveay, Electric Construction Company, Ltd., 420 1.E.E. Wiring Regulations, Guide to, 564
  • Industrial Oil Circuit Breakers, Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 548
  • Industrial Power Supply, F. Forrest, H. Hobson, and C. D. Taite, 567
  • Lamps, High Candle-power Cap, Batteries Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vii
  • Lamps, Miners' Hand, Batteries Ltd., Bd.?. Supps., 17.5.35, vii
  • Lamps, Osram Architectural, General Electric Company. Ltd., B.I.F 571
  • Liquid Resistance for 4200 kW, H. P. Brace, London Power Company, Ltd., Annual General Meeting, 163
  • Mains Testing Machine, " Hydraulux," Williams and James, B.I.F., 542
  • Metal-clad Switchgear, General Electric Company, Ltd., 390
  • Motor Starter, George Ellison, Ltd., 309
  • Motor Starter, Push-button, M. and C. Switchgear, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi
  • Motor Units, Worm Geared, British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd., 496
  • Motors, Hollow Shaft Pump, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 258
  • National Electrical Convention at Bournemouth, Juno, 1935, 427; (Leading Article, 4:39); Presidential Address, E. E. Hoadley, 591; Convention Report, 591, 625
  • Overhead Line E.H.T. Switehgear, Better Lines Company, 573
  • " Plant Irradiator," General Electric Company, Ltd., 664
  • Pole-type Sub-stations, Better Lines Company, 283
  • Power Station Progress, T. V. Robinson, 512
  • Private Plants and Public Supply Tariffs, J. A. Summer, 221
  • Public Supply Tariffs, Private Plants and, J. A. Summer, 221
  • Reclosing Circuit Breaker, Switchgear and Equipment, Ltd., 677
  • Rectifier, Plating, Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35. viii
  • Rectifier Equipment at Droitwich Broadcasting Station, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 24. Supplement, .January 4th. 1935
  • Rectifiers, Applications of Metal, Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company, Ltd., 336
  • Remote Supervisory Control System, Winchester, General Electric Company, Ltd., 522
  • Rural Electrification, 241
  • Short-Circuit Testing Installation, Oerlikon Company, 102
  • Shunt Phase Advancers, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 282
  • Static Condensers for Power Factor Correction, Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., 282
  • Switch Fuse, Oil-immersed, Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd., 336
  • Switchgear, Harlaml Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 571
  • Switchgear, Pillar Type, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 281
  • Switchgear at Tir John Power Station, Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 674
  • Switehgear Factory, Visit to a, Switchgear and Equipment, Ltd., 128
  • Synchronising Equipment, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 377
  • Tir John North Power Station to be Opened April 18th, 1935, (97), 649, 673
  • Transformers, Ferranti, Ltd.. B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi
  • Transformers, Harland Engineering Company. Ltd., B.I.F., 572
  • Transformers with Side-mounted Tap-changing Gear. British Electric Transformer Company, 180
  • Transmission Line Insulators, 387
  • Transmission Line over St. Gothard Mountain, 150,000-volt Power, (565)
  • Turbo-generator for Stalin Plant, 100,000 k Steam, (97)
  • Turbo-generator Set for Tir John North Power Station, Supplement, January 4th, 1935
  • Turbo-generator Sets at Tir John - Power Station, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 673
  • Voltage for Electric Lamps, Correct, J. A. B. Horsley, (225)
  • Voltage Regulators, Tests on, 362
  • EMPLOYED Insured Persons on December 17th, 1934, (43)
  • Enamelled Vessel, Electrical Method of Testing, J. McKillop, (385)
  • Engineer Administrator, The, E. S. Byng, 274
  • Engineering and Allied Employers' National Federation, Sir John Siddeley Re-elected President, (251)
  • Engineering and Economics, 189
  • Engineering Apprenticeship Certificate Scheme, An Extended, 1
  • Engineering Industry, Wages in, 301
  • Engineering Industries in Scotland, 503
  • Engineering Teachers at Oxford, Short Courses, (286)
  • Engineers and Birthday Honours, 581
  • Engineers and the New Arbitration Act, W. Summerfield, 440
  • Engineers Overseas, Pioneer Work of British, 61
  • Engineers' Club, Manchester, Annual Meeting, (329)
  • Engineers' Memorial Tablet, Mandalay, Sons and Field, 265
  • Engineers' Study Group on Economics, 537
  • Engineers' Wages, 373

ENGINES (see also Aero-Engines) :

  • Aero-engine, Air-cooled Radial, Bristol Aeroplane Company, (593)
  • Aero-engine, Bristol " Mercury V I," Successful Tests, (489)
  • Aero-engine Developments, 241
  • Aero-engine Production by do Havilland Aircraft Company, (329)
  • Axial Engine, Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company, 545
  • Engine Components by Magna-Flux Method, Inspection of, Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., 249
  • Engines, Natural-gas, Two Engines for Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company, National Gas and Oil Engine Company,

Ltd., (251)

  • Engines, Villiers Two-stroke, B.I.F., 543
  • Engines Working on Producer Gas, Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., B.I.F., 616
  • Internal Combustion Engines for Industrial Applications, United States Standard Rules, (199)
  • Marine Engines, Fuel Consumption and Maintenance of, L. J. Le Mesurier and H. S. Humphreys, 209
  • Marine Engines by a Superintendent, Sterry B. Freeman, 80
  • Oil Engine Exports During 1934, (199)
  • Oil Engine Generating Set at Droitwich Broadcasting Station, English Electric Company, Ltd., 24 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Oil Engine Trial Results, Russian, 345
  • Oil Engines, Value of Exports, (411)
  • Oil Engine, 52 b.h.p. Marine, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. 664
  • Oil Engine, 54 b.h.p. Three-cylinder, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., B.I.F. .Suppt., 24.5.35, iv
  • Oil Engine, 112 b.h.p. " Atomic," Petters Ltd., 663, 664
  • Oil Engine, 150 b.h.p., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 663, 664
  • Oil Engine, 160 b.h.p. Four-cylinder Vis-a-vis, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Ltd., 337
  • Oil Engines, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 664
  • Oil Engines for Lifeboats of Cunard-White Star " Queen Mary," Two-cylinder 18 b.h.p., Joint I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 310
  • Oil Engines for Thames Oil-electric Tug " Framfield," English Electric Company, Ltd., 310
  • Petrol Engines, Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd.. B.I.F., 616
  • Steam Engines, Value of Exports, (411)
  • Steam Engines for Gas Compressors in South America, Kryn and Leahy, Ltd., 444
  • ENGRAVING Machine, " C.X.," Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., Suppt., 17.5.35, vii
  • Etching Machine, Javelin, Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt. 17.5.35, vii
  • Ether Drift, Problem of, Dr. C. V. Drysdale, 11
  • Excavator, " Panther Twelve," Priestman Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F., 543
  • Excavator, Quarter Cubic Yard, Priestman Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F., 543
  • Excavator, Quarter Cubic Yard, Thomas Smith and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., B. I. F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iv
  • Excavator, Three-eighths Cubic Yard, Thomas Smith and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iv
  • Excavator, Universal, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi
  • Excavator Working in Melbourne Departmental Store, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., (437)
  • Excavators, Five-eighths Cubic Yard, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv

EXHIBITIONS :

  • British Industries Fair, Olympia and White City, 189
  • British Industries Fair, 1935, 1550 Exhibitors in London Section, (199)
  • British Industries Fair, Attendances London, (246)
  • British Industries Fair, Space Taken for Heavy Section at Birmingham, (123)
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham, Extensions of Buildings, (303)
  • British Industries Fair, Castle Bromwich, 510 (Eight Pages, Supplements, May 17111
  • and 241h, 1935), 542, 570, 587, 616
  • British Industries Fair, 1935, 581
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham Section to be Held in February, 1936, (645)
  • British Industries House Exhibition, (565)
  • Brussels Exhibition, 453, (463)
  • Coal Face Machinery Exhibition at Birmingham, (608)
  • .Johannesburg Empire Exhibition, (271)
  • Jubilee Exhibition at Science Museum, 479
  • Leipzig Technical Spring Fair, 1935, (112), 247, 325; Official Statistics, (379)
  • Metal Industries Exhibition in Japan, (286)
  • Noise Abatement Exhibition. (565)
  • Paris Fair, Representatives to Visit B.I.F., 16l
  • Physical Society's Exhibition, 11, 40, 68
  • Power Boat Exhibition at Hythe, (437)
  • South African Empire Exhibition, 61
  • EXPLOSION at Roinsdorf, Germany, 635
  • Explosion of Feed Water Heater, Fatal, (251)
  • Explosion of Locomotive Boiler, Report on, (539)
  • Explosive, Nitramon, (357)
  • Explosive Perfected in U.S.A., Nitramon, (173)
  • Extractors, Magnetic, Electromagnets, Ltd., 13.1 . P., 590

F

  • FACTORY Site, Selection of, P. Dawson, 100
  • Factories, Two-day Shifts in, 635
  • Fans for Cooling Electrical Machines, Propeller, Ralph Poole, 195
  • Faraday House, Extensions for Empire and
  • Foreign Telephony, (149)
  • Federation of British Industries, Grand Council Meeting, 291
  • Feed Water Heaters, Serck Radiators, Ltd., 13.!.?. Suppl., 17.5.35, viii
  • Filter, Oil, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw, (458)
  • Filter, Oil, C. G. Voices, Ltd., 207
  • Filter, Rovac Rotary Vacuum, International Combustion, Ltd., B.1.1'., 542
  • Fire Engine, Novel, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 52
  • Fire Fighting Appliances, Use of Solid Carbon Dioxide in, (71)
  • Fire in Passenger Ships, Prevention of, G. E. Taylor, (149)
  • Fireman, Automatic, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 181
  • Firemen and Electric Shocks, (513)
  • Fire-resistant Cellulose Acetate Sheets, (489)
  • Flame Cutting Metals, Cheap Method, (199)
  • Flexible Drive Machine, Portable, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., B.I.F., 570
  • Flood-lighting for the Jubilee, 494
  • Flow of the Aberdeenshire Dee, 474
  • Fog Clearance by Chemical Means, (385)
  • Food Industry, Use of Metals in, N. D. Sylvester, 87
  • " Foolhardiness is not Courage," iron Age, 445
  • Forest Resources of the Colonies, (437)
  • Forestry in British Empire, 659
  • Forrest, Mr. G. Topham, Retirement of, Architect to London County Council, (149)
  • Forthcoming Engagements, Weekly
  • Forty-hour Week, 659
  • Foundry Conditions in Russia, (251)
  • Foundry Practice, National School of, 345
  • Franklin Modal Awards, (463)

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • Adjustment of Output, 85
  • African Harbour at Abidjan. Ivory Coast, 501
  • Agricultural Engineering, 137
  • Aircraft Engines, Heavy Oil, 239
  • Armament Engineers, 451
  • Artisan Movement, 657
  • " Atlantique, L'," 263; Judgment by Paris
  • Court of Appeal, 29, 137
  • Belgian Coal Control, 85
  • Bridge Collapses at Montjean, Suspension, 425
  • Canal du Nord, Construction of, 59
  • Claude Sea Power Scheme, 213
  • Colonial Transport, 425
  • Commercial Plan, 451
  • Convoyor " Pomone," 59
  • Culminating Crisis, 187
  • Currency and Trade, 579
  • Customs Duties, Shipbuilders and, 59
  • Customs Zones, Free, 657
  • " Dunkerque," Lengthening of Battleship, 607
  • Electrical Energy, 317
  • Employers and Unemployed, 161
  • Engineers' Degrees, 187
  • Engineers' Federation, 111
  • Exhibition Inventions, 343
  • Exhibition of 1937, Paris, 111
  • Foreign Trade, 451
  • Foreign Trade, 553
  • Franco-Belgian Barter, 425
  • Franco-British Trade, 477
  • French Air Services, 213
  • French View of Ottawa, 553
  • Gold Countries and Trade, 213
  • Hot Water Distribution, 29
  • Import Quotas, 111
  • Improved Electric Lighting, 527
  • Industrial Deflation, 59
  • Industrial Groups, 187
  • Industrial Situation, 399, 527, 657
  • Machinery Exports, 607
  • Manufacturing Costs, 399
  • Marseilles Water Supply, 553
  • Mediterranean Liner " Ville d'Alger," 161
  • Merchant Shipping, 289, 317
  • Metric System, 137
  • Motor Car Industry, 29, 161
  • Motor Fuels, Vegetable Oil, 501
  • Navy, The, 371
  • Navy Speed Record with Destroyer " Le Terrible," 161
  • Nautical Exhibition, 477
  • " Normandie," The Completion of the, 317;
  • Maiden Voyage of C.G.T. Liner, 371, 579;
  • Trials of Liner, 527
  • Output Restrictions, 263
  • Paris Bridges, 607
  • Paris Exhibition, Preparations for, 390
  • Paris Fair, 161
  • " Pomone," Launch of Cunvoyor, 59
  • Price and Quality, 239
  • Railway Construction, 289
  • Railway Crisis, 607
  • Railway Deficit, 263, 501
  • Railway Economics, 683
  • Railway Electrification, 527
  • Railway Signals, 29'
  • Refuse Collecting Van, 579
  • Refuse Incinerators, Small, 371
  • Road and Rail Transport, 263
  • Saar Coal, 111
  • Sales Comptoirs, 683
  • Seamen's Strike, 553
  • Shipbuilding, 29, 426, 477, 579
  • Shipbuilthers and Customs Duties, 59
  • Skilled Labour, 289
  • Societe des Ingenieurs Civils, 85
  • Soundproof Materials, 607
  • Stabilisation and Trade, 289, 633
  • State Industrial Control, 477
  • Steel Cartel, 239, 501
  • Steel Dilemma, 343
  • Steel Negotiations, 527, 633
  • Streamlined Trains on P.L.M. Railway Company, 451
  • Trade Exchanges, 343
  • Trade Reactions, 371
  • Tunnelling Mont Blanc, 239
  • Unemployment, 137
  • Vegetable Oil Motor Fuels, 501
  • Vosges, Tunnelling the, 683
  • Wage Complications, 451
  • Work on the Rhone, 633
  • Working Hours, Reduction of, 317
  • FUEL Oil Duties, Budget Proposals for. 611
  • Fuel Research Station at Greenwich, 609
  • Fungus Attacks on Paint, Research on, (293)
  • Furnace, Birlec-Detroit Rocking Arc Molting, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv
  • Furnace, Continuous Bright Annealing, 1:111.-mingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv
  • Furnace for Hardening Motor Pivots, Ferranti, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi
  • Furnaces, Atritor Firing for, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii
  • Furnaces, Gas, W. Allday and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 590
  • Future of Industry, 148

G

  • GALVANISING, Hot, The Aplataer Process, (149)
  • Gas Bombardment, Protection Against. M. Du-Plat-Taylor, 143
  • Gas Defence, Davidson Pratt, 636
  • Gas Grid for Scotland, Proposed, 113, 139
  • Gas-oil, Production of Ruhr, (225)
  • Gases, Temperature and Latent Energy in Flame, Drs. B. Lours and G. Von Elbe (Letter from Professor W. T. David), 230
  • Gasometer at Cardiff-Dowlais Steel Works, Largest in the Country, (565)
  • Gauge, Differential Pressure, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 233
  • Gauges, Wimet Tipped, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., B. I. 587
  • Gear, Variable-speed, Fled ol Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 617
  • Gear Generator, Spiral Bevel, Henry Simon, Ltd. (Turbine Gears, Ltd.), B.I. F., 570
  • Geophysics. Practical or Applied, Professor Owen Thomas-Jones, 523
  • Gland Packing. Richard Klinger, Ltd., 207
  • Glass Convention at Folkestone, (344 )
  • " Glass " from Cellulose Acetate, Unbreakable, (199)
  • Glass Silk and Use to Gas Engineers, J. Boyd, (123)
  • Glass, Tensile Strength of, Dr. W. M. Hampton, (17:3)
  • Glass which Influences both Temperature and Lighting of Buildings, (275)
  • Gold Ore Tonnage Milled in Transvaal During 1924, (199)
  • Gold Output of Canada, 1934, (149)
  • Government Policy in regard to Trade, Mr. Walter Runciman, 145
  • Governor, Steam Feed Pump, Copes' Regulators, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppe., 24.5.35, ii i
  • Grain Carriers, Race of Australian, (539)
  • Grinder, " Impact," Henry Simon, Ltd., B.I.F., 570
  • Grit Trouble in Stepney, 503

H

  • HACKSAW Frame, Fry's (London), Ltd., (396)

HARBOURS :

  • Haifa Harbour, Further Developments, (251)
  • Harbour Improvements at Montreal, 488
  • Harbour Masters, Conference of German, (13)
  • Harbour of Montreal, Deepening, (437)
  • Harbour Works at Dunkirk, 276, 279, 294, 304
  • HEAT Insulation in the Tropics, 291
  • Heat Treatment Furnace, Asea-Bofars, 77
  • Heater, " Calorier " Unit, Standard and Pochin Brothers, Ltd., /3.I. F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii
  • Heaters, Metal, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., B.1. F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi
  • Heaters, Univectair, British Trano Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 543
  • High-pressure Equipment, Method of Testing, (593)

HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE V, JUBILEE OF :

  • Twenty-five Years (Leading Article), 463
  • Floodlighting for the Jubilee, 490, 494
  • Institutions' Jubilee Address, British Engineering, 453
  • Jubilee Exhibition at Science Museum. 479
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, " Silver Jubilee " Exhibition at Euston, 479
  • HOIST, Large Electric Mine, 210
  • Holding Light Jobs for Machinery, Bandy Method, (43)
  • Hours and Wages in Industry, 581
  • House Journal of Charles Churchill and Co., Ltd., (426)
  • Hydraulic Transmission Unit, Hallam and Newton, Ltd., 182 .

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES

  • Chandoline Hydro-electric Power Plant . (303)
  • Hydro-electric Power Developments in Canada, (149)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Cardana, Italy, 330, 334, 346, 358
  • Jalalabad Hydro-electric Power Plant (13)
  • Krangedi Hydro-electric Power Station nearing Completion, (329)
  • Nymboida Hydro-electric Power Plant. New South Wales, 487 (Erratum, 528)
  • Perm Hydro-electric Power Station. U.S.S.R., (489)
  • Pykara Hydro-electric Development , Second Stage of, (297)
  • " HYMN of Breaking Strain," Rudyartl Kipling (253) (One-page Supplement, May 15:11, 1935)

I

  • IMPERIAL Defence, Some Aspects of, Vice-Admiral Sir Barry Dotnvile, 453
  • Industrial Areas of England, Ministry of Labour Statistics, (225 )
  • Industrial Turbo Machinery, Development of Parsons, 32, 62, 88, 114, 140, (158), 164, 165, 190, 216, 242, 267, 292, 320, 347
  • Industries on the Tyne, 345
  • Industry, F.B.I. and Future of, 148
  • Industry, Hours and Wages in, 581
  • Industry, Mechanical Efficiency in, L. M. Angus Butterworth, 278
  • Industry, Overtime in, Oliver Stanley, 87
  • Industry, Reorganisation in, 189
  • Industry. Shorter Hours in, 529
  • Industry in Canada, Royal Commission on Wages, Price Spread and Industrial Conditions Report, 373
  • Inland Waterways, The Condition of, (463)
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Staff Dinner, (210)
  • Iodine Production in South America, (43)
  • Irish Free State, Report of Industrial Research Council, (669)

IRON AND STEEL :

  • Alloy Steel and Iron, High-Speed Steel Alloys, Ltd., B.I.F., 618
  • British Engineers and Metallurgists to Visit Rhineland Ironworks and Foundries, (411)
  • British Iron and Steel Federation; Annual General Meeting, (240)
  • Castings from " Black Heart " Malleable Iron, Ley's Malleable Castings Company, Ltd., B.1.F., 512
  • Cast Iron, Research into Cast and Malleable, Statement Issued by British Cast Iron Research Association, 379
  • Corby Steel Works, Progress at Stewart and Lloyd's, 31, (43)
  • Iron and Steel, Symposium on Welding of, 274, 506; (Leading Article, 515), 532 - 3, 559, 599, 613; (Correction, 658)
  • Iron Mines of Forest of Dean, Petition to Government for Re-opening, (275)
  • Iron Ore Mined in United States in 1934, (123)
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange Annual Dinner, 113
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange, lit. Hon. Lord Greenwood, Chairman of Management Committee, (56)
  • Penistone Steel Works Re-opening, (329)
  • Pig Iron, Ten Million Tons of Russian, 66
  • Pig Iron Produced in 1934, (43)
  • Plating of Iron, W. Frolich, (97)
  • Pressed Steel Articles, Rubery, Owen and Co., B.I.F., 511
  • Stainless Steel, Properties, Characteristics, and Uses of, S. A. Main, 313
  • Slag Tests, Open-hearth, B. Back, (13)
  • Steel Bottle for Gas, Weldless Alloy, Chesterfield Tube Company. Ltd., 573
  • Steel Melting Plant, High-frequency Electric, United Steel Companies, Ltd., B.I.F. Bunt., 24.5.35, iv
  • Steel Pact, Anglo-Continental, 191
  • Steel Sheets with Zinc Coatings, (123)
  • Steel Surfaces, Treatment with Crystalline Solution " Cromodine." (275)
  • Steel Towers at Mettur Dam to be. Dismantled, (43)
  • Steel Trade Prosperity, 659
  • Steel Work Construction Establishment at False Creek, Vancouver, (357)
  • Steels, United Steel Companies, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., and King's Jubilee, (437)
  • Welding of Iron and Steel, Symposium, (274) 506; (Leading Article, 515), 532, 559, 599, 613; (Correction, 658)
  • IRRIGATION Schemes, Egyptian, 555

J

  • JETAL Salts for Depositing Jet Black Surface on Steel Products, (149)
  • Jubilee Flood-lighting, 490, 494
  • .Tubilee of City and Guilds College, " Central,-139, 146

K

  • KEY Industry Inquiry. 453
  • " King's Reach," London Bridge to Westminster Bridge, (645)

L

  • LABORATORY for Edinburgh University, Commercial, 345
  • Laboratory Work in 1934, National Physical, 518
  • Ladder, 70ft. Motor Turntable, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 336
  • Land Drainage Schemes to Relieve Unemployment, (299)
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 82, 134, 162, 188, 240, 286, 314, 344, 368, 398, 448, 502, 528, 550, 576, 602, 658
  • Lead and Zinc from Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, British Columbia, (513)
  • Lead Titanate for Paints and Enamels. Tests on. (489)

LEADING ARTICLES :

  • A Retrospect, 15
  • Accidents, Road Traffic and Road, 45
  • Aeronautical Industry, Pioneering Aspects of, 73
  • Aeronautical Research, 387
  • Air Programme, Britain's New, 567
  • Aircraft and Mountains, 201
  • Alternators, Stability of, 413
  • Anglo-Continental Steel Pact, 491
  • Anglo-German Naval Agreement, 671
  • Art of Welding, 515
  • Battleship, Return of, 465
  • Boulder Dam, 227
  • Britain's New Air Programme, 567
  • British Steel Duties, The New, 331
  • British Steel Market 227
  • Constructional Engineers and Steel Makers, 595
  • Dams on Permeable Foundations, 621
  • Electric Power Load, 567
  • Electrical Development, 439
  • Electrical Research, 151
  • Factory, Patriarch in the, 359
  • Foreign Trade, Security and, 359
  • " Gods and Brazen Images." 672
  • Good-will and 99
  • Grid Trading, 466
  • Industry and Government, 277
  • London's Sewage, 491
  • Metal Control Schemes, 305
  • On Streamlining, 305
  • Paris Fair, 541
  • Patriarch in the Factory, 359
  • Pioneering Aspects of Aeronautical Industry, 73
  • Port Eglinton Junction (Glasgow) Railway Accident, 201
  • Private Electric Plant v. Public Supply, 253
  • Quality and Markets, 125
  • Rails, Welding of, 595
  • Railway Coaches, 151
  • Railway Conciliation Machinery, 125
  • Railway Level Crossings, 175
  • Road Traffic and Road Accidents, 45
  • Saar Reactions, 99
  • Security and Foreign Trade, 359
  • Sewage, London's, 491
  • Standardisation as a Moral Code, 515
  • Steel Makers, Constructional Engineers and, 595
  • Steel Pact and After, 647
  • Steel Pact, Anglo-Continental, 491
  • Suburban Railway Electrification, 73
  • Suburban Railway Electrification, 621
  • Team Work, 439
  • Temperament in Industry, 541
  • Transmission Line Insulators, 387
  • Transport in Undeveloped Areas, 413
  • Treatment of Boiler Feed Water. 175
  • Twenty-five Years, 465
  • Welding, Art of, 515
  • Welding of Rails, 595
  • Welwyn Railway Disaster, 647
  • What is Standardisation ? 331
  • Winwick Junction Railway Accident, 45
  • " With Emphasis," 277
  • Worm Gears Standardised, 253
  • LEATHER Softening by Refrigeration. (303)

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • Artificial Manipulation of Trend, D. Lloyd, 148; Dudley W. Walton, 172
  • Blackpool Tramcar, H. Ravenshaw, 564
  • Broad-gauge Speed Record, 0. A. Sekon, 76
  • Caustic Embrittlement, T. F. Morrison, 270
  • Consumer, The, C. H. Allen, 353
  • Co-ordinated Demechanisation, C. R. King, 407; C. W. Ryden, 433
  • Demechanisation, J. N. Williams, 509
  • Depreciation of Rolling Stock, P. C. Dewburst, 459
  • Displacement of Labour, Bane or Blessing Percy Jackson, 383
  • Douglas Social Credit Scheme, Hugh P. Vowles, 383, 459, 509, 564; "New Briton," 407; W. L. Bardsley, 459; H. C. King, 667; D. E. Dyas, 668; K. W. Willans, 668
  • Empire Development r. Credit Schemes, S. P. Christie, 383
  • Farnborough Wind Tunnel, E. F. Relf, 460
  • Finance and Individualism, C. H. Allen, 105
  • Foreign Agents and British Goods, " A Manufacturer," 127
  • Governmental Interference in American Industry, Geo. C. Usher, 433
  • Grid Trading, J. N. Waite, 600
  • High-rupturing Capacity Fuses, G. Ellison; A. M. Pooley, 76
  • High-speed Railway Run, J. S. Pines, 383
  • High-speed Trains, P. W. Bollen, 333;
  • " Railway Traveller," 333; H. Ravenshaw, 333; Major Horace Myers, 353
  • High-speed Trains and Vibration, " High-speed Fan," 667
  • High-speed Wind Tunnel, H. Gough, 384
  • " Hymn of Breaking Strain," " Pacifist Sick," 297
  • Largest Chain Grate Stoker. International Combustion, Ltd., 460
  • Levers and their Terminology, J. C. Barnes, 193
  • Multiple Earths and Cable Faults, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company. Ltd.. 172
  • Power of the Consumer, L. Patterson, 384
  • Private Electric Plant r. Public Supply, G. A. Neild, 270
  • Propellers of the " Normandie," A. Augustin Normand, 668
  • Quality and Markets, C. IL Alien, 460
  • Railway Passenger Coaches, " Railway Traveller," 127 (Leading Article, 151)
  • Railway Speeds, J. G. B. Sams, 488
  • Road Accidents, R. L. Finlayson, 127
  • Salaries of Engineers, " Assoc. M. inst. C.F..," 460
  • " Sharpaform " Cutter, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., 383
  • Shortage of Skilled Labour, J. Elliott, 564
  • Shortage of Skilled Men, John Holloway, 601, 641
  • Skilled Labour, J. Elliott, 618
  • Social Credit, C. W. Ryden, 384: " New Briton," 509, 544, 601; Eric Gill, 544;
  • Hugh P. Fowles, 618
  • Social Credit and Deniechanisation, Erie Gill. 459: C. W. Ryden, 488: K. W. Winans, 488
  • Southern Railway and Town Planning. George S. C. Swinton, 460; .T. 0. B. Sams, 488
  • Standardised Worm Gearing. R. Dumas, 332 (Leading Article, " What is Standardisation " 331); U. Varley, 353
  • Steam or Oil. Bernard Dunell. 127: " Cappadocia." 148
  • Study Group on Economies, A. donee, 564
  • Strain Etching, Kenneth G. Lewis, 332
  • Steam or Oil, Bernard Dunell, 297
  • Streamlining, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 332, 407; F. W. Brewer, 384
  • Temperature of I.C. Engine Inlet Valves, Barimar, Ltd.. 193
  • The Consumer, J. H, !Williams, 384
  • " Unempayment " and Engineers. K. W. Williams, 333; " Esprit De Corps," 354; J. E. Tuse, 353
  • LEYLAND Journal, Vol. I, No. 1 (372)
  • Library for Sunderland Technical College, (149)
  • Lightning Arrester, General Electric Company, Ltd., B. I. F., 571

LITERATURE :

  • Bituminous Materials, Testing of. D. C. Broome, 17
  • Camera, Kingdom of the, T. Thorne Baker, 167
  • Diffraction of X -Rays and Electrons by Amorphous Solids, Liquids, and Gases, J. T. Randall, 167
  • Factory Administration in Business, W. J. Hiscox, 361
  • Ferranti, Life and Letters of S. Z. de, 229
  • internal Combustion Engine, Vol. II, The Aero-engine, D. R. Pye, 46
  • Man Who Built the " Mauretania," Life Story of Sir George Hunter, Wilfrid Rutherford, 229
  • Marketing Industrial Equipment, Bernard Lester, 361
  • Office Supervisor, H. E. Niles and Mary C. H. Niles, 568
  • Profession of Chemistry. R. B. Pitcher, 516
  • Spirit of Chemistry, A. Findlay, 197
  • Thermionie Emissions, A. L. Reimann, 167
  • This Modern World and the Engineer, 198
  • Time-keeping and Wages Office Work, D. J. Garden, 153
  • Water Power : Its Estimation and Development, with Particular Reference to India, J. W. Meares, 861
  • Short Notices :
  • A.C. Circuits, Automatic Protection of, G. W. Stubbings, 229
  • Alternating-current Wave Forms, P. Kemp, 198
  • Boiler Feed NVater : A Concise Handbook of Water for Boiler-feeding Purposes, P. G. Jackson, 441
  • Crushers for Stone and Ore, W. T. W. Miller, 672
  • Electric Circuits and Wave Filters. A. T. Stark, 198
  • Electric Power Metering, A. E. Knowlton, 198
  • Electricity Law and Practice, R. H. Studholme, 361
  • Fire Hazard, Common Features of, J. J. Williamson, 516
  • Gareke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings and Directory of Officials, 167
  • Government and Technology, W. Beard, 333
  • Hutchinson's Technical and Scientific Encyclopedia, Vol. I, C. F. Tweny and J. P. Shirshov, 441
  • Illumination, Symposium on, Edited by C. J. Webber Grievison, 516
  • Motor Vehicle Design, Elements of, C. T. B. Donkin, 672
  • National Public Works, Inquiry on, 333
  • Pressure Pipe Observations at Punjab Weir, A. N. Khosla, 278
  • Radio Communications, .Modern, J. H. Reyner, 441
  • Railways for All, T. K. Taylor, 153
  • Shellac, E. J. Parry, 672
  • Speed, Book of, 153
  • Stratosphere and Rocket Flight, C. G. Philp. 361
  • Submarine Cable, Captain S. A. Garnham and R. L. Hadfield, 167
  • Superheterodyne Receiver : Its Development, Theory, and Modern Practice, A. T. Witts, 361
  • Surveying, Principles and Practice of, Vol. JI, Higher Surveying, C. B. Breed and G. L. Hosmer, 17
  • Television, Theory and Practice, J. H. Reyner, 278
  • Unified Transport System of U.S.S.R., K. N. Tverskoi, 441
  • Water, Flow of, G. Bransby Williams, 153
  • Books Received :
  • Aero Engines, A. N. Barrett, 46
  • African Manual on Mining Industry and Agriculture, 1934-35, C. Carlyle-Gall, 153
  • Aircraft Progress and Development, Captain P. H. Sumner, 167
  • Alloys of Iron and Copper. J. L. Gregg and B. N. Daniloff, 167
  • Applied Chemistry, Origins and Developments of, J. R. Partington, 568
  • Applied Chemistry, Vol. I, Water, Detergents, Textiles, Fuels, &c., C. K. Tinkler and Helen Masters, 467
  • Are Trade Unions Obstructive Y An Impartial Inquiry, 198
  • Atmospheric Pollution, Investigation of, Twentieth Report, 441
  • Automatic Protection of A.C. Circuits, G. W. Stubbage, 17
  • Automobile and Aircraft Engines, A. W. Judge, 198
  • Belt Conveyors, H. Davies, 198
  • Blue Book, 1935, Directory and Handbook of the Electrical and Allied Industries, 278
  • Boiler Feed Water, C. G. Jackson, 278
  • Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1935, Edited by Commander C. N. Robinson and H. M. Ross, 167
  • British Chemical Exhibit at Brussels Exhibition, 1935, 568
  • Broad Flange Beams, Grey Process, 568
  • Business Charts, T. G. Rose, 644
  • Calverts' Mechanics' Almanack, 1935, Edited by Wm. Endsor, 198
  • Cements et Mortiers, A. Macho, 198
  • Chromium Steels, R. H. Greaves, 467
  • City of Birmingham Handbook, 1935, 198
  • Coal : Its Origin, Method of Working, and Preparation for Market, F. H. Wilson, 278
  • Coalfield, Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, and Derbyshire, West Yorkshire Area, 278
  • Colliery Managers' Pocket Book, Almanac, and Diary, 1935, H. Greenwell and R. H. Walderdine, 153
  • Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory, 1935, 467
  • Correct Economy for Machine Age, A. 0. McGregor, 644
  • Crushers for Stone and Ore, W. T. W. Miller. 361
  • Definitions and Formulae for Students, Radio-Engineering, A. T. Starr, 361
  • Diesel Engine Design, H. F. Shepherd, 198
  • Diesel Locomotives and Railcars, Brian Reed, 568
  • Directory of Contractors and Public Works Annual, 1935, C. W. Biggar, 592
  • Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders and Marine Engineers, 1935. 441
  • Economics of National Independence, N. Tindal, 467
  • Electric Circuits and Wave Filters, A. T. Starr, 46
  • Electric Power Transmission by Alternating Current, Principle of, H. Waddicor, 278
  • Electrical Engineering, Problems in, S. Parker Smith, 592
  • Electrical Equipment of Buildings, Regulations for, 17
  • Electrical and Wireless Equipment of Aircraft, S. G. Wybrow, 568
  • Electricity and Fire Risk, E. S. Hodges, 278
  • Electricity Law and Practice, R. H. Studholme, 333
  • Engineering Applications of Electron Physics, G. Windred, 153
  • Engineering Economics, Works Organisation and Management, Book I, Elements of Industrial Organisation and Management. T. H. Burnham, 278
  • Engineering Geology, Comprehensive Treatise on, C. S. Fox, 568
  • Egyptian Ministry of Public Works, Annual Report, Part 2, 255
  • Factory Administration in Practice, W. J. Hiscox, Second Edition by J. R. Price, 278
  • Farm and Machine, 568
  • Fire Hazard, Common Features in, .J. .1. Williamson, 361
  • Food Investigation, Index to Literature. Vol. VI, No. 1, 333
  • Framed Structures, Analysis of, J. H . Matthew's and P. E. Soneson, 568
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings and Directory of Officials, 1934-35, Edited by F. C. Garrett, 46
  • Government Experimentation in Busitie,, W. H. Parsons, 167
  • Grey Cast Iron in Castings, The Testing and Acceptance of, Dott. Ing. A. Steccanella. 361
  • Heat Treatment of Steel, A. C. Macdoniihl , 441
  • High-voltage Physics, L. Jacob, 17
  • Hotels and Restaurants in the United Kingdom, 568
  • Illumination, Symposium on, 467
  • Imperial Institute Annual Report for 103 3. 568
  • Industrial Relations, Studies in, 198
  • Introduction to Electric Transients, FL B. Kurtz and G. F. Corcoran, 467
  • Iron and Steel, Bibliography of Non-metallic Inclusions in, Compiled by L. F. McCombs and Mr. Schero, 467
  • Issuing House Year Book and Financial A.B.C., 1935, Compiled by Mark E. Day, 467
  • .Jarie's Fighting Ships, 1934, Edited by O. Parkes, 17
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufactureilk, and Shippers of the World, 1935. 568
  • Konstruktion und Werkstoff der Geschtttz-rohre und Gewehrlaufe. Professor Dr. W. Schwinning, 17
  • La Chauffage par les Combustibles Liquides, A. Guillermie, 568
  • Laundries and Laundry Requisites, 1935, 333
  • Law Relating to Gas and Water, Vol. ii.
  • Water, Late F. T. Villiers Bayly and H. I. Willis, 46
  • Lead Piping Tables, P. Hunter, 153
  • League of Nations Organisations for Communications and Transit Enquiry on National Public Works, 153
  • L'electricite dans L'Usine, P. Monnier, 17
  • Life's Spectrum • Economics, Sciences, Metaphysics, W. E. Burnand, 278
  • Liquid Fuels : Their Manufacture, Properties, Utilisation, and Analysis, H. Moore, 467
  • Logarithmic and Trigonometric Tables, 167
  • Logarithm, Natural, Sir C. Vernon Boys, 420
  • Lubricating Oils, Tests and their Significance, J. E. Southcombe, 17
  • Man who Built the " Mauretania," The Life Story of Sir George B. Hunter, W. Rutherford, 17
  • Marketing Industrial Equipment. B. Lester, 198
  • Measurement of Inductances, Capacitance and Frequency, A. Campbell and E. C. Childs, 568
  • Mechanical World Year Book, 1935, 167, 198
  • Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, 278
  • Metallic Arc Welding, H. Harris, 167
  • Metallurgy : An Elementary Textbook, E. L. Rhead, 198
  • Mining Year Book, 1935, Compiled by W. E. Skinner, 198
  • Motor Electrical Manual, 255
  • Motor Ship Auxiliary Machinery, Vol. Operation of, J. Lamb, 592
  • Motor Ship Reference Book, 1935. 167
  • Motor Ships of the World and Motor Shipping Record, Edited by A. C. Hardy, 198
  • Motor Vehicle Design, Elements of, C. T. B. Donkin, 361
  • Noise, N. IV. McLachlan, 644
  • Office Supervisor, H. E. Niles and M. C. H. Niles, 467
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book. 1935, Compiled by W. E. Skinner, 644
  • Oil Engines Simply Explained, Modern Heavy, B. Way, 420
  • Paper Makers of Great Britain and Ireland, 1935, Directory of, 568
  • Patents, Practical Hints on, M. E. J. Gheury de Bray, 592
  • Phase Diagrams, Principles of, J. S. Marsh, 420
  • Phase Diagrams, Principles of, J. S. Marsh, 467
  • Piles and Pile Driving, A. C. Dean, 198
  • Planes Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries, 1935. 568
  • Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book and Diary, 1935, Conrad Arnold, 17
  • Practical Flying, Elements of, P. F. W. Mills. 568
  • Precision Gauges for Interchangeability. Principle and Design of, R. J. Foster, 153
  • Precision Workshop Methods, H. J. Davies, 255
  • Public Health Congress and Exhibition, 1934, Report of Fourth, 420
  • Radio Communication, Modern, Vol. 1, J. H. Reyner, 278
  • Railways for AU, J. F. Gain's, Revised by J. K. Taylor, 17
  • Resistance of Materials, F. B. Seely, 278
  • Retaining Walls, Report on Gravity, 198
  • Rib Building, R. C. Paget, 167
  • Riveting and Arc Welding in Ship Construction, Comm H. E. Bosse], 153
  • Road Spirals, Standard Tables and Formula for Setting Out, A. Thom, 361
  • Royal Air Force : Its Organisation, Duties, and Prospects as a Profession or as a Trade. T. Stanhope Sprigg, 153
  • Royal Society of Arts, Story of the, 46
  • Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland. 1933-34, Official Year Book of, 46
  • Shellac : Its Production, Manufacture, Chemistry Analysis, Commerce and Uses, E. J. Perry, 420
  • Siphon Spillways, A. H. Naylor. 568
  • Slide Rule, C. N. Pickworth, 568
  • South American Handbook, 1935, 278
  • South and East African Year Book and Diary, 1935, A. Semler Brown, 46
  • Specification, 1935, Edited by F. R. S. Yorke, 198
  • Specifications for Building Works, W. I. Evershed, 361
  • Spray Painting, Safety in, 198
  • Stainless Steel, Book of, Corrosion-resisting and Heat-resisting Chromium Alloys, E. E. Thum, 644
  • Standard Gear Book, Working Formula and Tables in Gear Design, R. Troutschold, 278
  • Statistical Appendix to Mineral Year Book. 1932-33, 17
  • Steel Making, Physical Chemistry of, C. H. Hertz, 467
  • Steel Work in Buildings. Standard Method for Preparation of Calculations Relating to, 644
  • Stratosphere and Rocket Flight, C. G. Philp, 255
  • Strength of Materials, J. E. Boyd, 568
  • Structural Design in Steel, T. C. Shedd, 167
  • Structural Geology, with Special Reference to Economic Deposits, B. Stoess and C. H. White, 361
  • Structural Theory and Design, An Introduction to, H. Sutherland and H. L. Bowman, 361
  • Superheterodyne Receiver, A. T. Wins, 167
  • Surveying for Civil Engineers, Modern. H. F. Birchall, 333
  • Testing Materials, " Proceedings " of American Society of, 198
  • Thorpe's Dictionary of Applied Chemistry. Supplement, Vol. 2, J. E. Thorpe and M. A. Whiteley, 644
  • Time Keeping and NVages Office Work, D. J. Garden, 46
  • Torsional Vibrations Problems. Practical Solution of, W. Ker Wilson, 278
  • Total Weight Calculator, " Rapid." 17
  • Unified Transport System of K. N. lverskoi, 278
  • Vibrations for Engineers. Theory of, E. U. Cole, 167
  • Water Jet Pump, .1. F. Cosline and M. P. O'Brien, 278
  • Water Power : Its Estimation and Development, with Particular Reference to India, J. W. Mears, 198
  • Welded. Structures by the Metallic Arc Process, Report on, 167
  • Welding of Steel : Working, Heat Treating and Welding of Steel, H. L Campbell 467
  • World Power Conference 1934, AnnualReport of, 568
  • Worm Gears, A. B. White, 17
  • Books of Reference :
  • Blue Book : The Electrical Trades' Directory and Handbook, 1935, 260
  • Mining Year Book, 1935, Compiled by W. E. Skinner, 260
  • Official Year Book of Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 521
  • Planes Directory of Aviation and Allied Industries, 521
  • Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book, 1935, 70
  • Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book, 1935, 70
  • South and East African Year Book and Guide, 1935, 70
  • Specification, 1935, Edited by F. 11. S. Yorke, 260
  • LOADING Machine, Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., 542
  • London Television Station, 609
  • Lubricating Oil, Clearosol Solvent Extraction Process for Purification of, 0. T. Jones, 390
  • Lubricating Oils, Value of, Miss 31. E. Nonage, (145)
  • Lubricating Value of Mineral Oils of Different Origin, Study of Boundary, Miss M. E. Nonage, (145)
  • Lubrication Fittings, Tecalemit, Ltd., (B.1 . F., 618)
  • Lubricators for Iraq Pipe Line Engines, J. and W. Kirkham, Ltd., 233

M

  • MACHINE Shop Equipment for China, British, (275)

MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Bending Machine, " Apex," Fry's (London). Ltd., B.I.F., 511
  • Boring Machine, Fine, Mayer and Schmidt., 299
  • Boring and Drilling Machine. Horizontal, Collett and Engelhard A.G., 247, 248
  • Boring and Trepanning Machine, Locomotive Rod, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 495
  • Boring Tool, Post, C. H. Johnson and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, viii
  • Chiseler, Motorised Hollow, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., ILLF., 511
  • Chuck, Magnetic, J. Neil and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., 618
  • Cold Heading Machine, Quarter inch, Coventry Machine Tool Works, Ltd., B.1.F., 572
  • Cutter, " Sharpaform," Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd.. 309; (Letter, 383)
  • Cutting Tools, Brooke Tool Manufacturing Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 618
  • Die-sinking Machine, Automatic Three-dimensional Form-cutting and, London Electronics (Machinery), Ltd., (669)
  • Drill, Air, Desoutter Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F., 587
  • Drilling Machine, Horizontal. Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 181
  • Drilling Machines, Gebruder Heller, 299
  • Drilling Machines, Portable Electric. S. Wolf and Co., Ltd., (B.I.F., 618)
  • Drills, Portable Electric, Black and Decker, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt.' 24.5.35, i
  • Grinder, " 'Widia Tool, Schiems-Defries A.G., 248
  • Grinder Tool, Schloss -Defries A.G., 248
  • Grinding Machine, Axle-box, F. Schmaltz, G.m.b.H., 273
  • Grinding Machine for Grinding Motor Pivots, Ferranti, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi
  • Grinding Machines, S. Wolf and Co., Ltd., (B.I.F., 618)
  • Hammer, Fast Drop, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Ltd., 258
  • Honing Machine for Long Bores, Barnes, Gaston E. Marbaix, Ltd., 105
  • Hydraulic Plant for Moulding Bakelite, T. H. and J. Daniels, Ltd., B.1. F. Suppt.. 24.5.35, vii
  • Lathe, Automatic, Triple head, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 104
  • Lathe, Crank Pin Turning, Schiess-Defries A.G., 247
  • Lathe, Wheel and Axle Turning, Wilhelm Hegenscheidt, 298
  • Lathes for Italy Made in Reddish, 330-Ton and 250-Ton, (43)
  • Mill, Two-high Reversing Strip, Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., B.I.F., 589 (Note, 618)
  • Mill, Wheel Tire Turning and Boring, Nenia-Zeisse, 298
  • Mill, 10ft. Boring and Turning, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.,205
  • Milling Machine, Heavy-duty, Afred Herbert, Ltd., 207
  • Milling Machine, Precision, Hermann Pfauter, 299
  • Milling Machines, Vertical, Biernatzki and Co., 326
  • Milling Machine, Vertical, Muller and Montag, G.m.b.H., 325
  • Milling Machines, Wanderer-Werke, 298
  • Moulder, Small Vertical Spindle, Modern Woodworking Machines, Ltd., B.I.F., 511
  • Planer, Double Table, Craven Brothers (Mancheater), Ltd., 205
  • Planing Machine, Hydraulically Operated, H. A. Waldrich, 248
  • Plano-milling Machines, Kollmann Werke A.G., 298
  • Pre-forming Machine, T. H. and J. Daniels, Ltd., B.L F. Suppe., 24. 5.35, vii
  • Press, Armature Notching. Taylor and Challen, Ltd., R.I.P. Suppt., 24.5.35, iii, iv
  • Press, Deep-drawing, L. Schuler, 326
  • Press, Double-sided, Taylor and Chanell Ltd., 13.1.I. Suppt., 24.5.35, iii
  • Press, Electrically Heated Hydraulic, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 8.1.1. Suppe., 24.5.35, vii
  • Press, Folding and Bending, R. Sountag G.m.b.H., 272
  • Press, Forging, Th. Kieserling and Albrecht , 273, 274
  • Press, Friction Screw, R. Sountag G.m.b.H., 272
  • Press, Gerhardt!) Quick-action, J. C. Brookland, B.I.F., 590 (Note, 618)
  • Press, Horizontal Forging, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., R.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, i
  • Press, Long-stroke Crank, Hiltinann and Lorenz A.G., 326
  • Press. Metal, Mass Products, Ltd., B.1. F., 588
  • Press, Pelleting, Henry Simon, Ltd., 8.1.F., 570
  • Press, 500-Ton Hobbing, T. H. and J. Daniels, Ltd., B.J.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vii
  • Press, 7000-Ton Forging Press, Vickers, Ltd, 174, 178 (Two-page Supplement, February 15th, 1935)
  • Presses, Large American Bending, 284
  • Punching and Rivetting Machine, Hiltmann and Lorenz A.G., 328
  • Railway Universal Machine Tool, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 521
  • Roll-grinding Machine. Craven Brothers (Manchester). Ltd., 206
  • Rolling Machine, Thread, Th. Kieserling and Albrecht, 274
  • Rolls for Cold and Hot Finishing of Metal Strip, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd., B.IsF., 543
  • Router, Air, Desout ter Brothers, Ltd., 8.1.F., 587
  • Saw, Bench Band, Modern Woodworking Machines, Ltd., 511
  • Saw, High-duty Hydraulically Operated, Columbo Saw Works, 325
  • Saw, Slow-speed Band, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., 8.1. F., 589
  • Saw Bench, Portable Electric, Wright (Electric Power Specialists), Ltd., 205
    •;is.wing Machine, Electrically Driven Hydraulic Feed, Joh Friedrich Ohler, 273
  • Taper, Portable Draw-cut, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 364
  • shaping Machine, Portable, Collett and Engelhard, A.G., 247, 248
  • Shears, Guillotine, Henry Pols and Co., 272
  • Shears, Nibbling, Henry Pels and Co., 272
  • Shears, Rotary Guillotine, Schulze and Naumann, 325
  • Sip " Hydroptic, A, Machine, Society Genevoise, John Holloway, 434
  • Tapping Machine, Duplex, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 104
  • Tool, Flexible Shaft-operated, Flextol Engineering Company, Ltd. ,B.I.F., 617
  • Tools, Small, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 11.1.10. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii
  • Tube-straightening Machine, Th. Kieserling and Albrecht, 273, 274
  • MACHINERY and Engineering Supplies for Russia, British, 139
  • Machinery Exports and Imports, 1934 (97)
  • Machinery Orders for China, 215
  • Magnetic Truck for Removing Puncture producing Material from Roads, ( 149)
  • Malaria and Engineers. (411)
  • Manchester Corporation to Replace Trains by Omnibuses, (489)

MAPS :

  • Albert Canal, Plan and Section of Wyneghain Locks, 557
  • Albert Canal between Vise and Eygenbilson, 504
  • Canal Systems of Belgium and Holland, 504
  • Central Railway of Brazil, Electrification Areas of, 419
  • Cardano Power Development Scheme, 334
  • Dunkirk, Port of. 279
  • Earth-fill Dam Across Missouri River, 629
  • Greater London Drainage Area Showing Present and Suggested Sites of Sewage Works, 497
  • Haifa Terminal of Iraq Pipe Line, 119
  • Iraq Pipe Line, Sketch Map of Routes Followed by, 75
  • Molesey Woir, Arrangement of, 661
  • Oerlikon High-tension Test House, 102
  • Port Eenton, Lay-out of Lines at, 195
  • South Essex Water Supply Scheme, 574
  • Southern Railway Electrified Extension, 665
  • Teddington Weir, Enlargement of, 601
  • Thames between Chertsey and Teddington, 660
  • Tir John Power Station, Site Plan of. 640
  • Tripoli Terminal of Iraq Pipe Line, 119
  • Walton Flood Channel, Plan and Cross Section of, 662
  • MARINE Slipways, W. Glover, 54
  • Markets, Notes and News—Weekly Markets, Quality and, 125
  • Masonry Structures, Measuring Existing Stresses in, N. Davey, 442
  • Mayor, Mr. Sam, Retirement of, I
  • Maybach Motorenbau, Celebration of Twenty-fifth Anniversary, (13)
  • Measuring Existing Stresses in Masonry Structures, N. Davey, 442
  • Mechanical Efficiency in Industry, L. M. Angus Butterworth, 278
  • Mechanical Vehicles, Details of " Weaknesses," (463)
  • Memorial to Late Dr. W. C. Unwin, 512
  • Mersey Tunnel, Stanton Iron Works Company, Ltd., Brochure on 3-mile Stanton Iron Road in, (56)
  • Mersey Tunnel Traffic, ( 385)
  • Metal Spraying, Preparation for, C. Boyden, 129
  • Metals in Food Industry, 87
  • Metals in Sea Water, E.M.F. between, J. W. Willstrop, 107
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplement, February 23rd, 1935; April 27th, 1935; June 28th, 1935)
  • THE METALLURGIST( Erratum ,October issue), 224
  • Metallurgy Syllabuses and Examinations, 680
  • Metals and Alloys, Atomic Arrangement in, Professor W. L. Bragg, 495
  • Microphone, Western Electric C'ompany's Lapel, (329)
  • Microscope, Projection, Cooke, Troughton and Sims, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.36, ii
  • Mineral Areas of Canada, Survey of, (648)
  • Mining Journal, Centenary, 609
  • Mixer, Highways Maintenance, Millard' Machinery Company, Ltd., R.I.F. Stepp., 17.5.35, ii
  • Mixing Machines on Lorry Chassis, Jaeger Truck Mixers (England), Ltd., B.I.F., 590
  • Mixing Mill, 6ft., Pneulec, Ltd., B.I.F., 588
  • Monel Alloy, " K," Henry Wiggin and Co., Ltd., 433

MOTOR VEHICLES MATTERS

  • " Blue Bird," Sir Malcolm Campbell and Bid for Speed Record with, (97) •
  • " Blue Bird," World's Fastest Motor Car, (71)
  • British Mercedes-Benz, Ltd., Opening Show -rooms, (462)
  • British Motor Industry, 1934, 31
  • Daimler Motor Car for his Majesty the King, Largest Car in the World, (463)
  • Fatal Motor Lorry Collision at Road Level Crossing, (303)
  • Licences for Mechanically Propelled Road Vehicles, (149)
  • Motor Car Headlights, Evaluation of Glare from, 250
  • Motor Car Industry in France, 161
  • Motor Car Wind Screen Spraying Device, Joseph Lucas, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Motor Driving Licences, Chief Examiner Captain 14. H. D. Stuart Appointed by Ministry of Transport, (195)
  • Motor Show at Agricultural Hall, Used, 504
  • Motor Spirit from Coal, A. Dawe, (539)
  • Motor Spirit from Water Gas, Production on Commercial Scale in Germany, (654)
  • Motor Liner for Colonial Use, Hardy Southall, 373
  • Motor Units, Geared, Klaxon, Ltd., 336
  • Motor Vehicle Taxes, American, 210
  • Motor Vehicles, Noise of, Wing-Commander T. R. Cavo-13rown•Cave, 319
  • Motor Vehicles in Us% in Great Britain Statistics, (123)
  • Regrooving Motor Car Tires, Pneugrippa Machine for, Tecalemit, Ltd., 618)
  • Silent Zones for Twenty-four Hours, (199)
  • Speed of Heavy-oil Engine-driven Motor Car at Daytona, D. Evans, (199)
  • Used Motor Show at Agricultural Hall, 564
  • V.8 Fords to be Manufactured at Dagenham. (43)
  • Municipal Passenger Transport. Board for South-East Lancashire and East Cheshire. (275)

N

  • NEODYMIUM, Magnetic Properties of Metallic, (71)
  • New Year Honours, 1
  • Nitrogen in Liquid Iron, Method for Determining Solubility of, (199)
  • Nail with Head Set in Load for Roofing, (645)
  • National Physical Laboratory, Official Inspection by General Board, 659
  • Naval Architecture, Examination in, Medals Awarded by Shipwrights' Company, 427
  • Nickel Alloy Manufacturers' Centenary, Henry Wiggin and Co., Ltd., 509
  • Nickel Alloy Works, Birmingham, Henry Wiggin and Co., Ltd., 592, 594
  • Nickel and Nickel Alloys, Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 24.5.35, i
  • Nickel Production in Canada, Increased, (311)
  • Noise, A. C. Hutchinson, 549, 574
  • Noise, French Anti-noise Competition, 427
  • Noise, Problem of, Sir Henry Richards, 285
  • Noise in Industry, H. C. Weston and S. Adams, 479
  • Noise of Motor Transport, Wing-Commander T. R. Cave-Brown-Cave, 319

O

OBITUARY .

  • Alexander, John, 61
  • Archbutt, Leonard, (489)
  • Balfour, David, (465)
  • Beck, Edwin Lu Touche, 574
  • Bjornstad, J., 96
  • Blackett, Colotiel W. C., 643
  • Blight, Francis, J., 113
  • Bryant, C. W., (286)
  • Clark, Sir George, 319
  • Coleman, F. C., 265
  • Crittall, Francis Henry, (303)
  • Crocker, John, 401
  • Desvignes, G. F. 0., 643
  • Doxford, Charles David, 101
  • Dunlop, D. N. (Portrait), 598
  • Ewing, Sir Alfred (Portrait), 47, (711
  • Gray, John, 265
  • Grierson, W. W. (Portrait), 297
  • Harrington, James, (236)
  • Harlow, George, (669)
  • Hay, A. C., 291
  • Higginson, Joseph, 153
  • Holloway, Alvero, (210)
  • Hudson, Walter, (329)
  • Jackson, H. B.. (463)
  • Johnson, Tom R., (71)
  • Junkers, Professor Hugo, 153
  • Kempe, H. R., 401
  • Knutsford, Lord, (97)
  • be Bas, Edward, 609
  • Levis, H. C., 672
  • Marwood, Sir William, (437)
  • McMenemey, Peter, 672
  • Popo, E. L., (619)
  • Reed, E. C., (619)
  • Reed, H. A., 96
  • Sidney, Leicester Philip, 265
  • Sisson, William, 215
  • Slingo, Sir William, 96
  • Stott, J. E., 503
  • Sugden, Thomas, 152
  • Tangye, Sir Harold Lincoln, 215
  • Treacher, Edward, (3291
  • Warren, J. G. H., 350 1Vhitley, Rt. Hon. J. H., 153
  • Wood, W. H., (344)
  • OIL Cracking Equipment, Calorizing Corporation of Great Britain, Ltd (Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F.Suppt., 17.5.35, v.
  • Oil Deposits in Germany, Search for, OW
  • Oil Discovered in U:S.S.R. at Stalinabad, (565)
  • Oil Filter, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw. (458)
  • Oil from Coal, 659
  • Oil from Coal, Duty on Heavy Fuel Oils, 479
  • Oil from Coal, Plant at Seaham Harbour for Production of, (71)
  • Oil from Coal, Treatment of Consignment at Billingham, (463)
  • Oil in Great Britain. 529
  • Oil Pipe Line, Iraq, 61, 72, 75, 91, 98, 118, 124
  • Oil Production, World's Crude, (199)
  • Oil from South %Vales Coal. Scheme for Extraction of, (275)
  • Oil Pressure Gauge. Improved, J. Richards and Sons, Ltd., 364
  • Oil Purification Process, 0. T. Jones, 390
  • Oil Refinery at Bromborough Acquired by Commercial Solvents Corporation. (357)
  • Order Book of New Wire Company, Cheadle, 1788-1831, L. St. L. Pendred, 338 (Leading Article. 359)

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  • PACKING, James Walker and Co., Ltd., (B.I.F.. 618)
  • Paint and Lacquer Factory in China. (382)
  • Paint for Cunard-White Star Liner " Queen Mary," Fireproof, (123)
  • Pangbourne Nautical College, Founders' Day. (593)
  • Paper Mill Electric Power Plant, A. M. Peebles and Son (1927), Ltd., 181
  • Papers, Sectional and Graph, Wightman Mountain, Ltd., (550)
  • Passenger Services on River Thames, No, (199)
  • Passengers and Payment of Fares Before Leaving Tramcar, Bow-street Case. (13)

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS. BRITISH :

  • Aeronautics, 553, 684
  • Batteries and Accumulators. 425, 653, 683
  • Building. 137, 162, 187. 289, 317, 501, 579-684
  • Cranes and Conveyors. 85
  • Crushing and Grinding, 29, 343. 452. 502. 608, 633
  • Dynamos and Motors, 59, 161, 187, 213, 239. 263, 289, 317, 343. 371, 399, 501. 579, 633
  • Electrical Appliances, 461, 477, 501. 579, 607. 657
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 29. 111. 161. 187, 213, 289. 371, 425, 451, 477, 553. 657
  • Furnaces, 60, 452, 554, 580, 633
  • Gas Producers, 59, 111, 607
  • Generators, Steam, 59, 213. 607. 683
  • Lighting and Heating, 59, 137. 161. 264. 400. 452, 580
  • Locomotives, 29
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances. 60. 85. 187, 214, 317, 399. 478, 527, 607, 634. 658. 684
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 85, 111. 263, 343, 400, 425, 451. 477. 527, 607, 633. 657
  • Metallurgy, 85, 111, 213. 290. 317. 344. 372. 426, 478, 608, 634
  • Mining Machinery, 425
  • Miscellaneous, 29, 60, 85. 111. 138, 187. 240, 264, 318. 344, 372, 400. 426, 478, 502. 528. 554, 580, 608, 634. 658, 684
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 138, 187. 426. 502, 527
  • Ordnance and Armour, 344
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 317, 343, 400, 633, 657
  • Switchgear, 85, 161, 289, 501, 527, 633
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 239, 399. 425. 451, 683
  • Tramways and Railways, 137. 187
  • Transformers and Converters. 59, 111. 137, 213. 263, 371, 400, 477. 553, 579, 683
  • Transmission of Power, 214, 239, 317, 309 501. 527. 579, 607
  • Turbine Machinery, 29, 59. 161.4177
  • Welding, 162. 452, 608, 658
  • PATENTS in 1934, 555
  • Paver Mixer, Frederick Parker, Ltd.. 206
  • Payment for Holiday on the King's Silver Jubilee Day, (411)
  • Pencil Portrait, No. I, Colonel R. E. B. Crompton (Supplement, May 31st, 1935), 555
  • Personal and Business Announcements. 20, 53, 82, 108, 134. 184, 210, 260, 286. 318, 340, 372, 396, 428, 452, 474, 502, 528, 554, 576. 608, 634, 658, 684
  • Pedestrians on Roads and Footways, (225)
  • Pedestrian Traffic Signals, 215
  • Petrol Consumption in Germany, (225)
  • Petrol from Billingham Plant, First Shipment by ss. " Otterhound," (411)
  • Piecework in Russian Factories, Louis Fischer, (275)
  • Pioneer Work of British Engineers Overseas, 61
  • Pioneering Aspects of the Aeronautical Industry, 73
  • Pipe Finder, Main and Service. Price and Belsham, Ltd., 548: (Note. 580)
  • Plastic Metal, Rawlplug Company, Ltd., (528)
  • Plastic Products, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 24.5.35. vii
  • Plastics Industry Displacing Metals, Dr. J. L. Pearson, 407
  • Plating of China and Glass, (357)
  • Post Office at Paddington Station, (573)
  • Porous Bricks, Economical Process for Manufacture of, (411)
  • Private Trading in Arms, Sir Eustace Tennyson d'Eyncourt's Evidence, 555
  • Problem of Noise. Sir Henry Richards. 285
  • Profit Sharing in Co-operative Societies, 31
  • Profit-Sharing in 1934, 659
  • Propeller Cavitation, Monsieur d'Acremont . 644
  • Prophets and Panaceas, Dexter S. Kimball. 107
  • Pulleys, Steel Pressed, Rubery Owen and Co-. B.I.F., 511

PUMPS :

  • Pump, Electric Petrol Motor. Avery- Harden. Ltd., B.1.F., 589
  • Pump. " Monoglido " Axial Entry Centrifugal, Harland Engineering Company, Ltd., B.1.F.. 572
  • Pump, Motor-operated Suds, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., B.1.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, vi
  • Pump, Self-priming Marine, Mirrleos, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., B. I. F. Suppt., 24.5.35, viii
  • Pump Heads, Deep-well, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., 233
  • Pump Motors, H.T.H. Hollow-shaft, 258
  • Pumping Plant and Equipment at King George V Graving Dock. Southampton, 582, 583, 611. 637
  • Pumping Plant for Iraq Pipe Line, Worthington Simpson, Ltd., 91, 98
  • Pumping Set, Petters, Ltd., 664
  • Pumping Set, Portable Electric for Wakefield Corporation, 232
  • Pumping Station on Pontoon on River Indus, (598)
  • Pumps, Brooke Tool Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 618)
  • Pumps, Running Defects and Failures of Centrifugal, T. Guerin, 603
  • Pumps for Tir John Power Station, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 673
  • Western Pumping Station, Pimlico, J. Foster Petree, 679

Q

  • QUALITY and Markets, 125
  • Quarry Blast at. Bonawe, (619)
  • Quay, Proposed Tyne, 291
  • Quay between .Jarrow and South Shields. Deep-water, (303)
  • Queen Mary College, Lite East London College, (43)

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  • RADIOLOGY in the Welding Art, V. E. Pullin, 402 (Four Payee Sqpplement. April 10th, 1935)
  • Radium Production in Canada, (303)
  • Rail and Road—Weekly
  • Rail Surfacing, Three-jet Nozzle for, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., ILI .F. Sant. 17.5.35, i
  • Rainfall, Conserving' South African, 286

RAILWAYS, (GENERAL MATTERS) :

  • Accidents :
  • Accident to the Pyrenees-Coats d'Azur Express at Marcheprimo, 401
  • Accidents, Ministry of Transport Inquiries During September Quarter, 1934, (645)
  • Accidents of 1915 Recalled, 42
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Sir Alfred Ewing and Departmental Committee on, (71)
  • Ashford Collision, Colonel Trench's Report, (177)
  • Aylesbury Railway Disaster, Sir Arthur Yorke on Distant Signals, (43)
  • Broken Rail in Balcombe Tunnel, (71)
  • Canonbury Accident. 1881. (303)
  • Carlisle Fatal Collision of 1890 Recalled, (225)
  • Collision at Charing Cross Station. Glasgow, Recalled, (357)
  • Cudworth Disaster of 1905 Recalled, (97). (123)
  • Derailment near Burton-on-Trent, (329)
  • Evesham Derailment, Driver Killed, (251);
  • Verdict " Accidental Death," (437)
  • Fazakerley East Junction Collision, (251)
  • French Railway Disaster at Lagny, Driver on Charge of Homicide, (13); Engine Driver Acquitted, (149)
  • Gates on Sheppey Light Railway, Fatal Accidents at, (463)
  • Glasgow Collision, Port Eglinton Junction, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, 194, 199 (Leading Article. 201); Driver Kerr Acquitted, (149)
  • Kin's Langley Accident, (303) : Verdict of " Accidental Death," (329)
  • Level Crossing Accident to Motor Car. (329)
  • Liverpool-street Station Collision, Colonel Woodhouse's Report, (539)
  • Modano and St. Mickel Derailment Recalled, (565)
  • Moses Gate Collision, Colonel Woodhouse's Report, (593)
  • Poppleton Junction, York, Collision, Colonel Woodhouse Report, (357)
  • Quintinshill Disaster Recalled. (539), (565)
  • Railway Accident Inquiries, (123)
  • Railway Accident Statistics, (13)
  • Railway Accidents, Two-quarterly Returns, (173)
  • Rednal Accident, 1865, Recalled, (593)
  • Sleeping Car Accidents Recalled, (329)
  • Slough Accident, 1900. Recalled, (619), (645)
  • Staplehurst Disaster. 1865, Recalled, (593)
  • Tay Bridge Disaster (Correction. 13)
  • Train Accidents, 1934. Ministry of Transport Inquiries into Ten, (386)
  • Welwyn Railway Disaster. 635: Colonel Mount Opens Inquiry, 659, (669)
  • Winwick Junction Disaster. Colonel Trench's Report, (43) (Leading Article, 45); Colonel Trench on Steel in Rolling Stock, (97)
  • Wirksworth Landslide, Driver Killed, (251)
  • Wormley Accident. Colonel Trench's Report, (173)
  • American " Crack " Trains to be Expedited, (489)
  • American Railway Engineering Association Convention at Chicago, 395
  • American Railway Rates, Increase of, (385)
  • Assessments of Railway Companies, (357)
  • Associated Humber Lines, Formation of Joint Interests in, (463)
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Rolling Stock of High-tensile Alloy Steel. (693)
  • Buckeye Coupler, and Railway Accidents, (669)
  • Cairn Valley Light Railway Opened Thirty Years Ago, (225)
  • Cheshire Lines Committee and Occupation Level Crossing Case, (645)
  • Chinese Eastern Railway Sold to Manchukuo, (123)
  • Chinese Railway System, British Commission on Reorganisation of, (379)
  • Conciliation Scheme for Railways, Agreement Signed, (251)
  • Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Rail-road, 4-8-4 Heavy Locomotive, 301
  • Dublin's Railway Termini, (416)
  • Employment on the Railways, Efforts of Mr. Oliver Stanley, (619)
  • Freight Services and Messrs. F. W. Woolworth and Co., Agreed Charges for, (123)
  • Freight Traffic, Mechanical Handling of. Great Southern Railways of Ireland, Annual Report, Statistics, (385)
  • Grouped Railways and L.P.T.B. Standing Joint Committee and Distribution of Receipts, (303)
  • High-speed Trains and " Path " in Time Tables, (275)
  • Indian Railway Board, Annual Report, Statistics, (303)
  • Indian Railway Board, New ileage Statistics, (460)
  • inspecting Officer of Railways, Minister of Transport Appoints Lieut.-Col. G. R. S. Wilson, (43)
  • Level Crossings, Menace of, (619); Protective Measures at, Reginald A. Ryvel, 74; Signs Fixed by Automobile Association at, (489)
  • Liability of Railway Companies and Cheap Tickets, (593)
  • Liverpool Central Low-level Station, Construction of Extensions of Two Sidings. (539)
  • London and South-Western Railway and, Plymouth, 1876, (565)
  • London Passenger Transport Board :
  • Agnew, W. A., Retirement from Post of Chief Mechanical Engineer. (Railways), (251)
  • Allocation of Receipts for the Railways, (513)
  • Appointment of Mr. Edward Rawdon Smith as Public Relations Officer, (303)
  • Baker-street, Objections to Burrowing Junctions at, (565)
  • Compensation Cases Against London Passenger Transport Board Must be Commenced within Six Months, (489)
  • Escalators Working on Underground Railways, Number of, (71)
  • Gates at Underground Stations. Autontatically Closing, (645)
  • Graff-Baker, W. S., Appointed Chief Mechanical Engineer (Railways), (251)
  • Leicester-square Station Opened, (513)
  • Lifts at Strand Underground Station, Automatically Controlled, (411)
  • London Passenger Transport. Board a Public Authority, (489)
  • London Transport Scheme, 609
  • Mr. F. Pick and Passengers Carried. (565)
  • Wages Negotiations, Settlement Arrived at, in, 61
  • London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, History of, (463)
  • Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, Centenary of, (513)
  • Newspaper Trains, Sixty Years' Old, (463)
  • New Year Honours for Railwaymen, 1. (43)
  • Rail Assembly at Budapest. Third Inter-national, (43)
  • Railcar Erecting Shop at Southall, (593)
  • Railway Assessment Authority and Railway Companies, (565)
  • Railway Clearing House, Mr. E. E. Painter Appointed Secretary, (619)
  • Railway Coach Furnishing, W. Pritchard. (225)
  • Railway Coaches, 151
  • Railway Companies and Railway Trades Unions. Discussions, (13)
  • Railway Conciliation Machinery. 125
  • Railway Engineer Ceases Publication, (123
  • Railway Level Crossings, 175
  • Railway Maga:hie, Centenary of, (489)
  • Railway Material Exports, Board of Trade Statistics, (97), (489)
  • Railway Points at Milan Station Electrically Heated to Keep Clear of Snow, (357)
  • Railway Rating Principles, 630
  • Railway Relics at Burleigh Bridge, Derbyshire, (463)
  • Railway Station at Gatwick Airport, (565)
  • Railway Statistics for October, 1934, Ministry of Transport, (123) : November, 1934, (225); December, 1934, (303); January, 1935, (489); February, 1935, (619)
  • Railway Tickets, Celebration of Centenary of Issue of, (43)
  • Railway Wages, Appointment of Special Joint Committee on, 87
  • Rail Welding on American Railways, 585 : (Leading Article, 595)
  • Rolling Stock, Age of, (539)
  • Safety on Railway, Ministry of Transport and, (385)
  • Steel Sleepers on British Railways, C. P. Sandberg, (13)
  • Streamlined Trains on American Railways. 384
  • Track Circuit as Safeguard Against Railway Collisions, Cleaning of Sand from Rails. (437)
  • Traffic Receipts of Grouped Railways, (71)
  • Traffic Receipts for First Fourteen Weeks, (411)
  • Train Resistance Trials in India, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 641
  • Transport Board for Northern Ireland, (513)
  • W 'at Highland Railway Opened, August 7th, 1894, (565)
  • Great Western Railway :
  • Annual Report. Statistics, (251)
  • Appointments and Retirements, (303)
  • Boundary Cutting by Paddington-Fishguard Line, (437)
  • Bridge at Water Eaton Eliminates Level Crossing, (303) 13ridge Reconstruction on Blacnaw Festiniog Branch, (199)
  • Carriage Marshalling Yard at. Old Oak Common, 195
  • " Cheltenham Flyer," Hight Hundredth Run of W'orld's Fastest Train, (411)
  • Construction Programme on G.W.R., 1
  • " Cornish Riviera Ltd.," Paddington to Truro, Non-stop, (645)
  • Original Broad-gauge Coaches, Great Western Railway, G. A. Sekon, 407
  • Permanent. Way Economies, Motor -operated Platelayers' Trolleys, (357)
  • Severn Tunnel, Relaying Track in, (71)
  • Signal Engineer Appointed, Assistant . (385)
  • Staff Appointments, (489)
  • Streamlined Oil Railcar, Completion of 01 Li *Year's Service, (199)
  • Streamlined Railcars, Additional, (669)
  • " The Cornishman," Second Portion of " Cornish Riviera Ltd.," (645)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • Annual Meeting, (275)
  • Bricks for Swansea Main Drainage Scheme. Mechanical Handling of, (149) 13urleigh Bridge Replacement, (329)
  • Charleton, H. C., Retirement of, (251)
  • Club Car for Blackpool Travelling Club, (411)
  • Construction Programme on L.M .5., 1 Electrically Lighted Steam-hauled Trains, Statistics, (329)
  • Fleetwood, Reconstruction of Equipment at, (71)
  • Freight Services, Expedited, (123)
  • High-speed Services, (385)
  • Landslide on Settle and Carlisle Section, (225)
  • Locomotive Depots, Modernising, (149)
  • Metal for Signal Posts, (593)
  • Mineral Manager, Position Discontinued. (173)
  • Motive Power Depots, Numbering for, (43)
  • Movement of Divisional Engineers to London, (149)
  • Railcar Trials, Coventry Pneumatic Rail-ear, (173)
  • Railcar with Pneumatic Tires for L.M.S.. Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 206
  • Road Containers, Increase in Stock of. (411)
  • " Royal Scot " Fast Run Between Bletchley and Huston, (97)
  • St. Pancras Hotel, Now Offices, (437)
  • Sharbrook Viaduct. Electric Welding of. (411)
  • Signal Posts 'from British Steel, (564)
  • Silver Jubilee Exhibition at Euston, 479
  • Staff Transference to St. Pancras, (619)
  • Steel Rolling Stock. Statistics, (97)
  • Viaduct, Rebuilding Burleigh, 1, (43)
  • Victoria. Station. Manchester, Improvements at, (97)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • Annual Report. Details, (329)
  • Cinema Coach on Leeds Express. (565)
  • High-speed Experimental Train, 345
  • Highspeed Railway Run to Newcastle and Back, 270
  • " Location " Board Displaces Signals on Boroughhridge Branch, (71)
  • Locomotive Coal Wagons, 100 in Service.(565)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway and Railway Electrification, 241
  • Marshalling Yard at Shildon, Closing ol (43)
  • Peterborough, Improvement:3 for Freight Traffic, (148)
  • Programme for 1935, L.N.E. Railway Construction, 31
  • Rating Assessment, 443
  • Records Between London and Newcastle. 241, (275)
  • Resignalling of Paragon Station, Hull, 463
  • Restaurant Cars for King's Cross-Scotland Service. (411)
  • " Silver Jubilee Train," King's Cross to Newcastle, (275)
  • Mersey Railway, Annual Report, (246)
  • Ministry of Transport. Secretarial Appointments, (463)
  • South African Railways and Harbours Annual Report, 122
  • Southern Railway :
  • Annual Meeting, Passenger Receipts, (275)
  • Annual Report, Statistics. (225)
  • Appointments. (97)
  • Automatic Coal-sorting Screens at Deptford Wharf, (411)
  • Cable Laying under River Ouse at Lewes. (489)
  • Chairman of Southern Railway Elected, Mr. Robert M. Holland-Martin, 31, (43)
  • Coulstlon-Earlswood Line Opened Thirty-five Years Ago, (385)
  • Deptford Street Lights and Interference with Lights of Semaphore Signals. (149)
  • Dover-Dunkirk Train Ferry, Delay in Construction at Dover, (275)
  • Further Electrified Area under Consideration, (669)
  • Rating Appeal Allowed, (173)
  • Resignalling Waterloo Station, (513)
  • Southampton Docks, Traffic and Passenger Statistics for January. (225)
  • Waterloo Station, Transposition of Lines Between Wimbledon and. 31
  • Tire Treads of Various Tapers, Northern Railway of France, Experiments on, (392)
  • Train Mileage Statistics, (13)
  • Vacuum Brake, Thermo-dynamics of the L. Arabian. and R. M. Deeley, 1890. (225)
  • Wood or Steel Sleepers. R. Latham, (123)
  • Workmen's Fares. Proposed Reduction of 13)
  • Electrification of Railways :
  • Eastbourne and Hastings Electrification, (645)
  • Electrification of Central Railway of Brazil. Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd.. 419
  • Electrification of Great Eastern Section of London and North-Eastern Railway, a Losing Proposition, (385)
  • Electrification of Lines from Liverpool-street, (13)
  • Electrification of Railways in East London, (275)
  • Electrification of Southern Railway, Results, of, (463)
  • Railway Electrification, 241
  • Sevenoaks Electrified Section Opened, (13)
  • Southern Railway Electrified Extension to Eastbourne and Hastings. 664, 666
  • Suburban Railway Electrification, 73

RAILWAY, LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS :

  • " Cock o' the North " Returns to England, (248)
  • Colombia Six-engined Meter-gauge Locomotive for, Sentinel Waggon %Yorks, Ltd., 16 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Great Western Railway Streamlined Locomotive 4-6-0 Type, No. 6014 " King Henry VII," 302
  • High-speed Streamlined Locomotive for German State Railways. Borsig Lokomotiv-Werke, 302
  • Locomotive Testing Station at Vitry, Monsieur Pierre Place, 427
  • Locomotives for India, Narrow Gauge, W. G. Bagnall, Ltd.. 131
  • Locomotives of the Railway Companies Statistics, (645)
  • London, Midland and Scottish 4-6-0 Mixed
  • Traffic Locomotive, 16 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935); Freight Locomotive No. 8000," 678; Two-cylinder 2-6-2 Superheated Tank Engines, W. Stanier, (275); " Silver Jubilee it Locomotive, " No. 5552," (365); " Silver Jubilee "
  • Locomotive to ho Chromium Plated, (411); Tank Locomotives for 14.M.S., Twenty 2-6-2.; 303); Turbine Locomotive " No. 6202," 4-6-2 L.M.S.. (669)
  • London and North-Eastern 2-8--2 Express Passenger Locomotive, 16 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • " Rocket," Full-size Reproduction for Science Museum, R. Stephenson and Co.. Ltd., (303); Model at South Kensington, (437)
  • Streamlined Locomotives, Borsig, (97)
  • Streamlined Locomotivo for German State Railways, Borsig, (645)
  • Streamlined Steam Locomotive, American Locomotive Company, 547
  • Diesel, Oil, and Oil-Electric (also Railcars) Oil-engined Electric Locomotives for Ceylon Government Railways, Two Armstrong-Whitworth. (123)
  • Oil-engined Locomotive 'Princess Royal' for Blackpool Pleasure Beach, (513)
  • Oil-engined Locomotive. 65-85 h.p., Motor Rail, Ltd., B.I.F., 587
  • Oil Locomotive, 18-21 Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 664
  • Oil Locomotives. Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. 8.1.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, iv
  • Railway Diesel Engines and Duty on Diesel Oil, (513)
  • RAYON Yarn Factory at Preston, (303)
  • Razor and Razor Blade Industry. (565)
  • Reclamation of Land at South Shields. (97)
  • Reclamation of Land Between Bo'ness and Grangemouth, (13)
  • Reclamation on the Wash, Proposed Works for, (225)
  • Rectophot. Apparatus for Making Photocopies of Drawings, S. Bornott and Co., Ltd., 104
  • Reflection Meter and its Application, W. Pollard Digby, 219
  • Refractory Lining for Rotary Furnaces, Improved, (199)
  • Refrigerating Plant on Motor Vessel " New Zealand- Star," 337
  • Refuse Destructor Plant. at Bordeaux, Heenan and Froudo, lAd., 244, 252
  • Refuse Disposal in Paris, 569
  • Refuse for Electricity at Glasgow. (679)
  • Representative Samples and Commercial Testing. A. Haas, 202
  • Research, Annual Report on Scientific and Industrial, 152
  • Research Associations, Services, of, 439
  • Research Department, Functions of a, 'I'. M. Herbert, 223
  • Resin Product " Keebush," Laminated, (350)
  • Retaining Walls, Calculating the Pressure Exerted by Granular Materials on Plain. (123)
  • River Trent Catchment Board's Report, 87
  • River Trent Catchment Board, Work of, 150, 156, 176

ROADS AND HIGHWAYS :

  • By-pass Road Round Winchester Commenced, (43)
  • Chertsey Arterial Road Extension, (173)
  • Fatal Road Accidents, Statistics, (436)
  • International Road Congress, Presentation to Mr. E. B. Hart, (184).
  • Leckwith Viaduct, Cardiff, Opening of, (437)
  • London Road Schemes, 189, (199)
  • Main Roads with No Footpaths, (593)
  • Pedestrian Crossings and Minister of Transport, (13)
  • Road Breaker, Petrol. ll'arsop Petrol Drill and Tools, Ltd., B.I.F., 544
  • Road Bridge Design, 215
  • Road Haulage of Railway Companies, Details of, (275)
  • Road Level Crossings Over Railways, (645)
  • Road•making Machinery, Millars' Machinery Company, Ltd., B.1. F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Road Plan, Five-year, 113
  • Road Traffic and Road Accidents, 45
  • Road Traffic Problem, Bringing Science into the, Colonel Mervyn O'Gorman before British Science Guild, 53
  • Road Transport Legislation. 61
  • Road Transportation Competition by Taxis in South Africa, (251)
  • Roads and Bridges, Leeds Corporation, Town Planning and Improvements in, (463)
  • Roads in Great Britain, Statistics, Dr. K. G. Fenelon, (224)
  • Street Traffic Signals Installations, (13)
  • Toll Roads and Bridges in United Kingdom, Statistics, (437)
  • Traffic Census in August, (648)
  • ROCK Drill, Petrol-driven, Warsop Petrol Drill and Tools, Ltd., B.I. F., 544
  • Rocket, Trials of Improved Life-line, (43)
  • Roller Bearings, Enclosures for Tapered, British Timken, Ltd., 130
  • Roller Bearings for Rolling Mill Equipment, Application of Taper, (97)
  • Roller, " Advance " Lightweight, Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Roller, Road, 6-Ton Oil Engine Driven, Aveling-Barford, Ltd., R.I.P. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Roller, Victor Hand-guided Motor, Aveling-Barford, Ltd., R.I.P. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Roller, 21-Ton Light, Aveling-Barford, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Rolling Mill Drive, Hyposynchronous Motor, Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., 259
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 663
  • Royal National Lifeboat Institution -Report of Work during 1934, (13)
  • Rubber, Apparatus for Study of Ageing of, (12)
  • Rubber, Leningrad Works for Manufacturing Synthetic, (97)
  • Rubber, Moscow's Experimental Factory for Synthetic, (619)
  • Rubber Resin " Rubbone," Dr. H. P. Stevens and W. H. Stevens, (618)
  • Russian Oil Engine Trial Results, (Note, 5251

S

  • SAFE Load Indicator, Crane, George Salter and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 617
  • Safe Load Indicators, Design of, 249
  • Safety in Mines, Research Board's Report, 87
  • Sand and Gravel Excavation by Slack Line Cableways, (173)
  • Sandpaper, Method of Attaching Abrasive Grains to, (411)
  • Sanitary Works of Paris, 569
  • Saw Set, James Neill and Co., Ltd., (550)
  • Scales, Grain Mixing, I. and T. Avery, Ltd.. B.I.F., 589
  • Science, House of, for London, 319
  • Science and the Road Traffic Problem, Colonel Mervyn O'Gorman before the British Science Guild, 53
  • Science Museum, New, 373
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Annual Report, 152

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS :

  • Absolute Pressure Gauge, Negretti and Zambra, 68
  • Ammeter, Small "Tong Test," Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., 70
  • Apparatus for Measurement of Minute Displacements, E. R. Wigan, 69
  • Apparatus for Measuring Thermal Conductivity at Moderate and High Temperatures, R. W. Powell, 68
  • Balance Car and Lift of 24ft. Wind Tunnel at Farnborough, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 516, 519
  • Cable Tracer and Fault Locator, Price and Belsham, Ltd., 105
  • Comparator, Optical, Cooke, Troughton and Sims, Ltd., R.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, ii
  • " Coordimeter," Instrument for Measuring Deflection of Tall Structures, (593)
  • Cathode Ray Tube, High-tension, Edison Swan Electric Company, Ltd., 68
  • Circuit Breaker, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 70
  • Control System for Valves, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., 41
  • Direction Indicator, Wing Speed and, Elliott Bros., Ltd.; 41
  • Earth Testing Apparatus, British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Station, 70
  • Electrical Instruments, Ferranti Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, vi
  • Extent3ometer, Scratch, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., R.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Flame Anemometer, Davies - Simpson, Negretti and Zambra, 68
  • Float Regulator, Hagan, James Gordon and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 510
  • Grapher, " Cadet " Portable, Everett Edgecumbe, Ltd., 12
  • Illumination Meter, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 571
  • Indicator, Crane Safe Load, Wylie Safe Load Indicators, Ltd., Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., 259
  • Indicator, Prismatic Acid Level, Joseph Lucas, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Insulating Oil Tester, Portable, Everett. Edgecumbe, Ltd., 12
  • Insulation Testing Set, Post Office Engineering Research Station, 42
  • Light Testing Instrument, Ferranti Ltd., 11
  • Magnetostriction Apparatus, Admiralty Laboratory, 42
  • Measuring Instruments,Negretti and Zambra, B.I.F., 544
  • Meters, Prepayment House Service, Brit WI Sangamo Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 589
  • Mining Statoscope, Negretti and Zambra, 68
  • Photometer, Comparative, Salford Instrument Works, 11
  • Pyrometer, Contact.Thermo-couple, Hadfiolds Ltd., 40
  • Pyrometer, Disappearing Filament., Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.1. F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Pyrometer and Thermometer, Indicating, Negretti and Umbra, B.I.F., 544
  • Receiving Panel, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 12
  • Recording Instruments, Cambridge Instillment Company, Ltd., B.1. F. 17.5.35, ii
  • Recorders, G. Kent, Ltd., 40
  • Recorders for Registering Roll Pressures, (149)
  • Reflection Meter and its Application, W. Pollard Digby, 219, 254
  • Relay, Delayed Operation, Weston Electrical Instrument Company. Ltd., 68
  • Reverberation Meter, 'Western Electric Company, Ltd., 11
  • Scale Indicator, Projected, Foster Instrument Company, Ltd.. 69
  • Scientific Instruments, Cooke, Troughton and Sims, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, i
  • Temperature Control Equipment, Automatic, Foster Instrument Company, 13.1.10., 511
  • Temperature Controller, " Flexipush " Automatic, Foster Instrument Company, 69
  • Tensile Testing Machine for Testing Wire, General Electric Company Research Laboratories, 11
  • Transmitter, Evershed-Midworth, 12 Unit for Testing Electricity Meter Bearings, G. F. Shotter, 42
  • Universal Bridge, Cambridge Instrument Company, 70
  • Valve Microphonicity Test., Post Office Engineering Research Station, 42
  • Valve Voltmeters, Salford Instrument Works, 11
  • Voice Frequency Signal Receiver, Post Office Engineering Research Station, 42
  • Voltage Regulator, Isenthal and Co., Ltd., 40
  • Water Level Gauge. James Gordon and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 510-\\rater Level Indicator, Evershed and Vignotes, Ltd., 12
  • Wireless Components, Muirhead and Co., Ltd., 69
  • X -ray Apparatus. Philips Industrial, Lt d., 68
  • SCIENTIFIC Management.. International Congress for, (437)
  • Scientific Management Congress. (593)
  • Scientific Research, Parliamentary Science Committee and, (513)
  • Screen, Vibratory, Niagara Screens (Great Britain.), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii
  • Screw, Safety, Craftplugs, Ltd., (372)
  • Screws and Nuts, Efficiency of Acme, 108
  • Scythe, Mechanical, British Estate Services, Ltd., 232
  • Sea Defence Scheme; Romney Marsh Catchment Board's, (71)
  • Sea Power Scheme, The Claude, 113
  • Sea Water, E.M.F. Between Metals in. .1. W. Willstrop, 107
  • Selection of a Factory Site, P. Dawson, 100
  • Selenium Compounds, Unpleasant Odours from, (489)
  • Selenium Production in Canada, (463)
  • Separators, Magnetic, Electromagnets Ltd., B.I.F., 590
  • Separators, Ore, Rapid Magnetting Company, B.I.F., 588
  • Sewage Distributor, Jones and Attwood, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Sewage Ejector, Jones and Attwoocl, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, v
  • Sewage Sludge, Disposal of, 210
  • Sewage Sludge, Drying under Glass, (350)
  • Sewage Works, Electrical Equipment at Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 573
  • Sewerage Scheme, Ilford and Barking Joint, 409, 412
  • Shellac, Teatment of, (173)
  • Shellac in Lacquers and Plastic Products. Interaction with Sulphur of, (52)
  • Sheet Metal Working, Aluminium, British Aluminium Company, Ltd.. 448

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • General :
  • All-Electric Welded Ferry Ships, First Scotch. E. Denny, (303)
  • Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers), Ltd., Changes Hands, (437)
  • Atlantic Services of Cunard White Star Line, (329)
  • Belfast Port, Tonnage of Vessels Cleared, (251)
  • Big Ship Policy, Monsieur Pierre de Malglaive, 401
  • " Blue Riband " Trophy, 555
  • " Blue Riband " Completed, First Holders " Rex," Second Holders " Normandie," (669)
  • British Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 241
  • Chamber of Shipping Report, 215
  • Coastal Industry and Employment of Persons of Foreign Birth, (71)
  • Coastwise Shipping Road Traffic Committee, Formation of, (357)
  • Collision Risks at Sea, H. E. J. Camps, 453
  • Commercial Shipping Passing Through Suez Canal, Statistics, (385)
  • Commodore of Cunard White Star Line, Captain Sir Edgar Britten, (71)
  • Dredger Bucket Pin, Blackie Self-locking, Hadfields, Ltd., 420
  • Dutch Tramp Shipping, Position Affected by Sale to Russia, (463)
  • Ferries Lose Over Mersey Tunnel, (173)
  • Ferry Services at Finnieston, Steam versus Oil Engine Driven, (43)
  • French Transatlantic Liners to Call at Southampton on Westward Journey, (13), (199)
  • Germany's Shipping Position. Herr Essborger on, (489)
  • Glen Line, Controlling Interest Acquired by Ocean Steamship Company, Ltd., (645)
  • Graving Dock, Southampton, Pumping Plant and Equipment at King George V. 582, 583, 611, 637
  • Holland-Africa Line Vessels to Call at Southampton, (489)
  • Holland-Amerika Line to Build Subsidised Liner, (329)
  • International Shipping Conference, (71)
  • International Shipping Conference, 503
  • Launching of Ships, J. Foster Potreo, (97)
  • Life-saving at Sea, " Flotanet " Device, (275)
  • Liners Between Liverpool and New York, Another Company for, (97)
  • Lloyd's Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 443
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Summary, 168
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Elections to General Committee, (275)
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Special Meeting, Appointments, (669)
  • Marine Slipways, W. 0. Glover, 54
  • Mercantile Orders, 189
  • Naval Architecture, Awards of Medals by Worshipful Company of Shipwrights, 87
  • Naval and Mercantile Orders, 163
  • Navigation Bounty to Italian Shipowners, (251)
  • Navigation at Southampton, Radio Heaton for, 1
  • Now Ships for Old, 265, 291
  • Palmers, Hebburn. Disposal of, 373
  • Pelaw Shipyard Purchased for Industrial Purposes. (80)
  • Presentation to Captain 0. Scharf, of North German Liner " Europa," by Owners of ss. " Blairgowrie," (357)
  • Propellers of the " Normandie,' Augustin-Normand, 668
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 76
  • Red Star Line Operations, (173)
  • Resistance Experiments with Models of High-speed Ships, J. L. Kent and 11. S. Outland, 430
  • Royal Holland Lloyd Line, Suspension of Passenger Services to South American Ports, (173)
  • Safety at Sea, Wreck Commission on, 319
  • Scrapping of Ships and Effect on Employment, (199)
  • seamen and Vessels, Board of Trade Census, (619)
  • Ships, Electrical Leakage Detectors for, Leakage Detectors, Ltd, 157
  • Shipbuilding Agreement, 635
  • Shipbuilding Fusion, East Scotland. 163
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 31, 139, 479
  • Shipbuilding Outlook, 215
  • Shipbuilding Outlook, Sir Alexander M. Kennedy, (645)
  • Shipbuilding Output for 1934, (13)
  • Shipbuilding Proposals by American Committee on Shipping, (43)
  • Shipbuilding Statistics, 635
  • Shipbuilding Subsidy in Japan, (669)
  • Shipping Casualties during 1934, (149)
  • Shipping Conference, International, 87
  • Shipping Industry, Aid for Dutch, (199)
  • Shipping Laid Up in Welsh Ports, (43)
  • Shipping Losses for January, Statistics, (251)
  • Shipping Statistics of Norske -Vent as, 1934, (97)
  • Shipping and Sugar Beet Subsidy, 581
  • Ship Replacement Committee, Appointment of Six Experts, 291
  • Shipwrights' Company, Presentation of Medals for Naval Architecture Examination, 427
  • Shipyard Exchange Between Scott's and Greenock Dockyard Company, Ltd.. Proposed, 31
  • Shipyards on Tyne, Disposal of Armstrong-Whitworth and Co.'s, (329)
  • Shipyards of Workman Clark (1928), Ltd. to be Disposed of, 427
  • Shipyards' Output During 1934, United States, (43)
  • Slipways. Marine, W. G. Glover, 54
  • Steamship Line Between Moscow and Archangel, Proposed, (275)
  • Synchronous Electric Clocks on Two Union Castle Liners, (71)
  • Tees as First-class Port, Continued Improvements, (251)
  • Tilbury Landing Stage, Statistics for 1934, (123)
  • Tonnage of Vessels Laid Up in Sweden and Norway, (275)
  • Tramp Shipping Organisation, 163
  • Vessels Belonging to Germany, Ocean-going, (149)
  • Vessels Chartered by Russia, Statistics, (149)
  • Vessels of Furness Withy Line Purchased by Messrs. Harrison, Liverpool, Four, (539)
  • Vessels Using Port of London, Statistics, (173)
  • Workers in Shipbuilding Industry, (539)
  • Wreck Inquiry into Losses of Steamships, (437)
  • Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • " Alcantara," Royal Mail Liner, Converted from Diesel to Steam Propulsion, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., (437)
  • Aquitania," Grounding on Brambles Bank of Cunard White Star Liner, 401
  • " Asturias," Royal Mail Liner, 7, 8
  • " Atlantique," L', Disposal of, (149);
  • .Judgment of Paris Court of Appeal, 1. 29
  • " Britannia " to be Brought Up to Date for 1935 Racing Season, (13)
  • " Britannic," Ports of Call of Cunard White Star Motor Liner, (463)
  • " Caledonia," Clyde Passenger Steamer, 9. 14
  • " Coto," Launch at Portsmouth of Yacht. (411)
  • " Christel Vinnen," Converted to Motor Ship, Five-masted Schooner, (43)
  • " Columbia " (Late Red Star Liner " Belgenland "), Panama-Pacific Line, (43)
  • " Derbyshire." Launch of Bibby Line Motor Ship, (645)
  • " Dorset " Motor Vessel, Federal Steam Navigation Company, Ltd. (Supplement. January 4th, 1935)
  • "Duke of York," Launch of L.M.S. Railway Steamer, (251) 609
  • " Dun.troon," Launch of Motor Vessel. Melbourne Steamship Company. Ltd., 373
  • " Empress of Britain," Inspection of Canadian Pacific Liner, (593)
  • " Empress of Britain " in Collision, Canadian Pacific Liner, 635
  • " Europa," Overhaul of Norddeutsclier-Lloyd Liner, (199)
  • " France," Breaking Up French Liner, (463)
  • "Framfield," Thames Oil-electric Tug. John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.. 310
  • " Georgic " Calls at Southampton. Cunard White Star Linor, (489)
  • " Gneisenam," Launch of N.D.L. Liner. (593)
  • " Hai Chen," Steamship, China Merchants Steam Navigation Company (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • " Imperial Star," Maiden Voyage of Blue Star Liner, (97)
  • " Kartosono," Rotterdam Lloyds Liner, Monotubo Extra High-pressure Boilers for, Sulzer Bros., (173)
  • " Leviathan," Withdrawal from Service. United States Liner, (329), 345
  • " Moira," Launch of All-welded Oil Tanker, (463)
  • " Mangalore," Shortening of Brocklebank Liner, (199)
  • " Manhattan," Record Trip of U.S. Liner. (275)
  • "Manoora," Trials of Motor Ship, Adelaide Steamship Company, (173)
  • " Massey Shaw " Fire-fighting Float for Thames, (225), 427
  • " Mathura," Shortening 9700-Ton D.W. Vessel, Smith's Dock Company, Ltd.. (123), (199)
  • " Mauretania," The Passing of the, (329)
  • " Mauretania," Breaking-up of the Liner. 345; Last Voyage of, (619); Ready for Last Trip (669); Result of Auction of Fittings of, (565)
  • " Normandie," 79,000-Ton French Line Liner (Supplement. January 4th, 1935; Maiden Voyage of French Liner. (97); Cost of Running C.G.T. Liner, (199); French Liner Docked for Fitting Propellers, (303); Labour Trouble and the317; Visit to French Lino Liner, 401; Insurance of French Liner, (463); Trials of French Liner, 503; and Port of Le Havre, (565); Cost of Liner, (669) Breaks Atlantic Record, French Liner. 581; General Description of the Ship. 561, 597, 620, 622, 642, 646
  • " New Zealand Star," Refrigerating Plant. on Motor Vessel, J. and E. Hall. Ltd., and Liverpool Refrigerating Company. Ltd., 337
  • New Zealand Star," Trials of Blue Star Liner, (275)
  • " Olympic," Laying-up of Cunard White Star Liner, (411)
  • " Pacific Coaster," Coast Lines, Ltd. Motor Coasting Vessel, 373, (437)
  • " Ponnland," Red Star Line Service Between New York and Southampton. (303)
  • " Potsdam," Launch of Hamburg-Amerika Liner, (97)
  • " Potsdam," Hamburg-American Turbo-electric Liner, 265
  • " Prince Baudouin," Cross-Channel Motor Ship, 9, 14
  • " Princess Maud." L.M.S. Larne-Stranraer Steamer, 9
  • " Princess Royal " for Passengers on Thames, Oil-engined Propelled, (225)
  • " Queen Margaret," Electrically Propelled Passenger and Motor Ferry, 9
  • " Queen Mary," 73.000-Ton Cunard White Star Liner (Supplement, January 4th. 1935)
  • " Queen Mary," Preparation for Floating to Sea, (225)
  • " Queen Mary," Progress on Cunard White Star Liner, (329)
  • " Queen Mary," German Plywood for Cunard White Star Liner, (437)
  • " Roslin Castle," Completion of Union Castle Liner, 555
  • " Rothesay Castle," Completion of Union Castle Liner, 555
  • " Royal Princess," Thames Motor Vessel. (539)
  • " Royal Silver Jubilee, 1910-1935," Lifeboat, (329)
  • " Saxon," Sale of Union Castle Liner. (357)
  • " Scharnhorst," North German Lloyd Liner. German Steamship Service to Far East, (251), 265; Maiden Trip of N.D.L. Liner, (593)
  • " Slieve Logue," Cargo and Livestock Steamer for Holyhead-Dublin Service, (225)
  • " Strathmore," P. & O. Liner, 373, 389
  • " Twickenham Ferry," Southern Railway Twin-screw ss., 8, 14
  • " Unsworth." Owners and Master Exone-rated, (669)
  • " Ville d'Alger," Launch of Mediterranean Liner, 161, (173)
  • " Waiwera," Motor Cargo Vessel, 8
  • " Wanganella," First Year of Service of Huddart Parker Motor Liner, (275)
  • " Westernland " Opens Red Star Line Service from New -York to Southampton, (303)
  • " Yunnan " Motor Vessel, China Navigation Company, Ltd. (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Cargo Steamers for German Subsidiary of Unilever Company, (385)
  • Channel Train Ferry Steamers for Southern Railway, Sir Westcott Abell, 429, 430
  • Coastal Vessels, Motor-driven, Statistics, (329)
  • Dredgers and Dredging Material for Argentina, (489)
  • Dutch Ships for Russia p (356)
  • Empire Liner, Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, 609
  • Ferry Boat for Chosen Strait, Japanese Railway Office to Build, (43)
  • Ferryboat for Motor Cars on Loch Lintibe (97)
  • Lifeboats for Cunard White Star Liner, " Queen Mary," Hugh MacLean and Sons, Ltd., 310
  • Liner for United States Lines, 24,000-Ton. (329)
  • Motor Boat, Small High-speed Armoured. British Power Boat Company, (261)
  • Motor Boat Construction at Hampton Yard of John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., (385)
  • Motor Cargo Vessel for Sir Robert Ropner and Co., Ltd., (669)
  • Motor Cargo Vessel to he Built at Sunderland, (593)
  • Motor Lifeboat for Hythe, (97)
  • Motor Lifeboat for Port St. Mary, Isle of Man. (619)
  • Motor Ships for Soviet Government, Dutch Firm Builds, (199)
  • Motor Tanker of " Arcform " Design, Launched in Holland, First, (669)
  • Motor Vessels on Order on January 1st, 1935, One Hundred and Thirty-one, (43)
  • Oil Tankers, Building in German Shipyards, Six, (173)
  • Oldest Ships in World, Ture Renman, (43)
  • Paddle Ferry Ships on Quoensferry Passage Across Forth, E. Denny, (303)
  • Paddle Ships for Clyde, Oil-electrically Propelled, (329)
  • Paddle Tug for Euphrates, Ardrossan Shipyard, Ltd., (173)
  • Steamships Sold, Fleet of Buenos Aires, Great Southern Railway Disposed of, (357)
  • Steamships with Main Boilers on Deck, K. G. Meldahl, 431
  • Steam Trawler with Superheating, Evolution of Modern, W. H. C. Nicholas, 432
  • Tankers in United Kingdom, Statistics, (199)
  • Tug " Framfield," Thames Oil-electric, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 310
  • Vessels under Construction on Clyde, Forty-four, (225)
  • Vessel for Union Steamship Company, Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 636
  • Naval Matters :
  • BRITISH :
  • Admiral's Barge for Admiralty Yacht " Enchantress," (539)
  • British Naval Station on Persian Gulf, (385)
  • Collision Between Destroyers " Escapade " and " Encounter,' (645)
  • H.M.S. " Ark Royal," Aircraft Carrier, (303)
  • ELM. Australian Cruiser " Sydney," 18
  • H.M. Cruiser " Neptune," 18
  • H.M. " E " Class Destroyer " Escapade," 19
  • H.M.S. " Enchantress," Transfer of Furniture and Plate of Old Vessel to, (41 I )
  • H.M.S. " Forester," Torpedo-destroyer Handed Over to Admiralty, (463)
  • H.M.S. " Hood " in Dry Dock, (173)
  • H.M.S. Mine-laying Submarine " Harpist," Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., (97)
  • H.M.S. " Renown," Stem Piece Completed in Twenty Days by Beardmore and Co., Ltd., (275)
  • H.M.S. " Renown " Repaired. (513)
  • H.M. " Thames," Class Submarine " Severn," 19
  • Naval Construction, 265
  • Naval Orders, 1934 Programme, 113
  • Naval Orders, 163, 189, 265
  • Naval Shipyard at Gdynia, Poland, (645)
  • Naval Vessels Completed During 1935, Twenty-seven, (43)
  • FOREIGN:
  • Battleship for France Additional, 213,
  • Destroyers for Greek Navy, British Firms to Build, (13)
  • Dutch Cruiser " Do Ruyter," Launched, (619)
  • "Eugenic di Savoie," Italian Light Cruiser Launched, (303)
  • French Destroyer " Le Terrible," Speed Records on Trial of, (149). 161
  • French Destroyers " Volta " and " Mogador," (71)
  • French Naval Craft. Launch of New Type, (149)
  • French Submarine " Casablanca," Launched, (149)
  • German Battleship " Bayern " Salved at Scapa Flow, (489)
  • German Cruiser " Goeben " Reconditioning of, Commandant Denis. 644
  • Italian Destroyer, Heavy Oil-engined, (489)
  • Naval Base at Hawaii, Improvements at, (173)
  • Polish Destroyers to be Built at Cowes. (357)
  • Portuguese Destroyer" Tejo "Launched, (513)
  • Portuguese Naval Building Programme, Tenders Invited for Destroyers and Submarines, (275)
  • Portuguese Submarine " Deltim." 20. 21
  • Siamese Coastal Motor Torpedo Boats, Trials of, John I. Thornycroft and Co.. Ltd., (71)
  • Spanish Navy Building Programme, (71 h (303)
  • SHOVEL. Mechanical, Chaseside Engineering Company. R.1. F. Suppt., 17.5.35, ii
  • Shovel, Three-eighths Cubic Yard Drag, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt.. 24.5.35, iv
  • Shrinkage Bath, " Drikold." Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.5.35, viii
  • Simplified Form of Direct Flooding Calculations. J. L. Scott, 431
  • Sixty Years Ago, 22, 52, 74, 101, 122, 148, 169, 198, 221, 250, 274, 297, 333, 364, 393, 410, 441, 460, 488, 522, 547, 568, 618. 641, 672
  • Skilled Workmen, Need for, 555
  • Slide Rule, Trigonometrical, A. G. Thornton, Ltd., 300; Note, (372)
  • Smokeless Fuel Factory at Garnkirk, Proposed. (385)
  • Soap Making Machinery, Henry Simon, Ltd. B.I.F., 570
  • Soap Plodder, Henry Simon, Ltd., R.I.P., 570
  • Social Credit Scheme, Douglas, 537
  • Social Credit, Announcement of Special Article by Dr. W. H. Coates, 595, Articles 610, 636 (sec Letters to the Editor)
  • Sounds Produced by Explosives. (329)

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES

  • Aeroplanes for Union Airways, 630
  • Air Service, South-West Africa, 392
  • Air Travel, Increase of, 158
  • Alcohol from Maize, 630
  • Ammunition Guns and Aeroplanes, 629
  • Bloemfontein Locomotive Record, 158
  • Building Boom, 496
  • Bus Building in the Union, 392
  • Cargo Ships, Faster, 391
  • Corrugated Sheets Rolled at Pretoria Works First, 496
  • Diamond Mines Start Again, 250
  • Dock Plans, Large, 158
  • Durban•Cato Bridge Electrification, 158
  • East London Turning Basin, 158
  • Electricity for Johannesburg, More, 158
  • Electrification of the Rand, 490
  • Electrified Line Opened Between Ladysmith and Harrismith, 158
  • Engine Factory for the Union, 496
  • Ferro-manganese Production in the Union, 56
  • Fighting Planes, New, 158
  • First Trains in Cape Province, 158
  • Gold Industry, Advance in, 250
  • Government Scientific Treatise, 496
  • Harbours, Report on Union, 56
  • Industries, Advance in South African, 496
  • Industrial Progress, Union, 392
  • Improved Transport Services, 250
  • Irrigation Schemes, Series of, 56
  • Machinery for the Mines, 158
  • Mining Employment Increased, 496
  • Motor Cars, Imports of, 630
  • Oil Refining Plant at Durban, 56
  • Petrol Production in September, 630
  • Pretoria Ironworks, 630
  • Railway Capital Expenditure, 629
  • Railway Commission, New, 158
  • Railway Electrification, 392
  • Railway Electrification, Further, 56
  • Railway Engineers, More, 391
  • Railway Estimates, 392
  • Railway Figures, Improved, 158
  • Railway Promotions, 56
  • Railway Rolling Stock, Orders for, 250
  • Rhodesian Mineral Output, 630
  • Sheet Mill at Pretoria, 158
  • Steel Chain Industry, 392
  • Torbanite Factory, 392
  • Trade Improvement, Table Bay, 392
  • Train Services, Speeding-up, 56
  • Union Manganese Deposits, 630
  • Union Mines' Expenditure, 630
  • Whale Catchers, Oil-burning, 392
  • SPEEDOMETER Checking on Road by A. A. (357).
  • Splitter Block, British Sangamo Company. Ltd., B.I.F., 589
  • Sprayer, Premier Portable Emulsion. George Cohen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 572
  • Sterlising Chests, Self-contained Steam, General Electric Company, Ltd., 664
  • Stoker, Chain-grate, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iv
  • Stoker." Combustioneer " Mechanical, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., and Minims Watson Company, Ltd., R.I.F. Suppt. . 24.5.35, viii
  • Stoker, Fan Draught Mechanical, Meldrtum Ltd., B.1.F, 589
  • Stoker, Hydraulic Machine, Joseph Foster and Sons, Ltd., 232
  • Stoker, " Iron Fireman " Automatic, Alfred Herbert., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, iii
  • Stoker, Mechanical, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd.. B.1.10., 543
  • Stoker Drive Mechanism, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., 111. P., 587
  • Strain and Stress Distribution in Concrete Beams, H. H. Evans, 94
  • Street Traffic Signals, Types in Groat Britain, (593)
  • Stud Holes in Cylinder, Method of Transferring Spacing, (251)
  • Sugar Beet Subsidy, Shipping and, 581
  • Sunlight Operates Electric. Motor, (173)

SUPPLEMENTS :

  • Aircraft of 1934 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Bridges of 1934 (Supplement, January 4th 1935)
  • British Aero-engines of To-day (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1935)
  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham (Eight-page Supplements, May 17th and 24th, 1935)
  • Colonel R. E. Crompton, Pencil Portrait (Supplement, May 31st, 1935)
  • Dams for Scottish Hydro-electric Power in 1934 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Electrical Engineering in 1934 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Forging Press and Associated Plant of the English Steel Corporation, Ltd., at Vickers Works, Sheffield (Two-page Supplement, February 16th, 1935)
  • Hymn of Breaking Strain, Rudyard Kipling (Supplement, March 15th, 1935)
  • Mersey Tunnel (Supplement, January 4th. 1935)
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1935; April 27th. 1935; Juno 28th, 1935)
  • Radiology in the Welding Art, V. E. Pullin (Four-page Supplement, April 19th, 1935)
  • Steam and Motor Ships of 1934 (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • SURFACE Hardening. Method of. " Chapmanizing," (97)
  • Swimming Pool at Fort Monroe, (43)

T

  • TANKS, Largest Wooden Storage, (436)
  • Tarred Cordage for Marine Purposes, (225)
  • Technological Achievements, Sir Frank Smith, 604

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :

  • Automatic Telephone Exchange, General Electric Company, Ltd., 571
  • Automatic Telephone Exchanges, Power Plant for, K. B. Baldwin, 339
  • Automatic Telephones in Paris, (489)
  • Radio-telephone Rates, Empire, (019)
  • Radio Telephone Service Between Tokyo and Siam, (693)
  • Short-wave Telephone and Telegraph Transmission for Podebrady, near Prague, (669)
  • Telegraph Sounder which Operates with Only 6 to 10 Milliamperes, (43)
  • Telephone Communication, World's, (97)
  • Telephone Development in this Country, (199)
  • Telephone Developments, 215
  • Telephone Factory at Now Southgate, Standard Telephone and Cables, Ltd., 232
  • Telephone Service Between Calcutta and Madras, (123)
  • Telephones in London Area, Statistics, (173)
  • Telephones in London Area, (565)
  • Wireless Telephone Service Between Great Britain and South Africa, (669)
  • TELESCOPES, Giant, Dr. Spencer Jones, 11
  • Television, Report on, 139
  • Television Broadcasting System, Leon Dainas. (669)
  • Television Progress, 555
  • Telford, Tablet in Westminster to Commemorate Thomas, (357)
  • Temperature of One Five-thousandth of Degree Fah. Above Zero, Professor Hans, (225)
  • Tester, Erichsen Pattern Sheet Metal, G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., B.I.F., 617
  • Testing Machine, A. J. Inislor and Co., 676
  • 'testing Machine, Griffin-Gale, Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., 308
  • Testing Machines, G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., 617
  • Testing Strength of Materials in India, Lack of Facilities for, (13)
  • Thames, Schemes for Damming the, (97)
  • Thames, River, " Cut " Bet wean Weybridge and Walton, Alternative Route for Navigation, (275)
  • Thames Improvement. Schemes, River, 660, 670
  • Thames Improvement, Proposed Closing of Charing Cross Railway Bridge, (411)
  • The Timm Congratulations on One Hundred and Fiftieth Birthday, (13)
  • Thermodynamics of the Vacuum Brake, L. Archbutt and R. M. Dooley, 1890, (225)
  • Thrashing Machine, Origin of, William Foster and Co.. Ltd., (214)
  • Timbers, Extending the Use of Empire, (045)
  • Tin, Properties of, Containing Small Amounts of Aluminium, Manganese, or Bismuth, Professor D. Hanson and E. J. Sandford, 307
  • Tin Coatings, Quality of, (303)
  • Tin-plate and Canning in Great Britain, (225)
  • Tin Production for World, 1934, (123)
  • Tower Wagon, Hydraulic, Wood Hydraulic Hoist Company, Ltd., 105
  • Trade, Government Policy in Regard to, Mr. Walter Runciman, 145
  • Trade Inquiry, Armament, 427
  • Trade Relations Committee, Anglo-Japanese, 61
  • Trade with China, British, 503
  • Traffic Signals, Pedestrian-operated, 139
  • Tramcar Passengers in Great Britain, (97)
  • Tramway Statistics, Ministry of Transport, (71)
  • Transmission Unit, Hydraulic, Haslani and Newton, Ltd., 182
  • Transport Schemes in Scotland, Financial Assistance for, (669)
  • Treatment and Control of Boiler Water, R. J. Gluin, 126, 131
  • Trencher, Quarter Cubic Yard Excavator with Teredo, Priest man Brothers. Lt d., B.I.F.. 543
  • Trigonometrical Slide Rule, A. G. Thornton, Ltd., 300; Note (372)
  • Trollybus Chassis, Lightweight, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 283
  • Trollybuses for Tramcars, Substitution of, (565)
  • Tube Cleaner, Twin Drive Electric, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.5.35, v
  • Tubes and Avoiding Tool Marks, (565)
  • Tunnel, Channel, 529
  • Tunnel, llersey, 5 (Supplement, .January 4th, 1935)
  • Tunnel, Projected Mont Blanc Road, 453
  • Tunnel Scheme, Dartford, 87
  • Tunnel under Independence Pass, Colorado, No Metals Found when Boring, (43)
  • Tunnel under Tyne, Matter Deferred, (149)
  • Turbine for Battersea Power Station, Low-pressure Cylinder for 105,001) kW, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., (Supplement, January 4th, 1935)
  • Turbine for Peru, 750 h.p. Hydraulic, Gilbert Gilkes and Gordon, Ltd., 52
  • Turbines, Radial Flow Steam, Minlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., B.I.F.Suppt., 24.5.35, viii
  • Turbo Machinery, Development of Parsons Industrial, 32, 62, 88, 114, 140, (158), 164. 165, 190, 216, 242, 267. 292. 320, 347

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Figues, 1, 163, 265, (303). 373, 453. 581
  • Unemployment. in America. Railroad Retirement Acts and, (565)
  • University Scholarships at Manchester, (502)
  • Upper Medway Navigation Scheme, (593)

V

  • VALVE, "Easy turn," Hunt and Mitton, Ltd., B.I.F., 616
  • Valve, Electric Thrusher Operated Control Cope's Regulation, Ltd., B. I Jo. Supple, 24.5.35, iii
  • Valve, Fluid-tight Drain, Hopkinsons, Ltd., 205
  • Valve on Leicester Water Supply, Burst, 113
  • Valve Seat Grinding Equipment, " Vibro-centric," Black and Dorian, Ltd., 13.1.1. Suppe., 24.5.35, i
  • Valves, Hunt and Mit ton, Ltd., B.I.F., 616
  • Valves, Sodium-cooled, Bristol Aeroplane Company, 64, 104
  • Valves for King George V Craving Dock, Glen-field and Kennedy, Ltd., 611
  • Vehicles on the Roads, Stet istics. (437)
  • Vehicles Using Mersey 'funnel, Statistics. (385)
  • Vibrator, Mechanical, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., B.1.10., 571

W

  • WAGES and the Engineering Unions, (199)
  • Wages in Canada, (539)
  • Wages in Engineering Industry, 301
  • Wages in Industry, Hours and, 581
  • Wages in Mercantile Marine, Part Restoration of Cuts, (149)
  • Waste Vulcanised Rubber. Regenerative Process for, (669)
  • Water Containing Heavy Oxygen in Appreciable Concentration, 3. B. M. Herbert, (411)

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Haweawater Scheme for Manchester Water Supply, 373
  • Leicester Water Supply, Burst Valve on, 113
  • Paris Water Supply, 218
  • Reservoir at Hatton for Warwick Water Supply, (149)
  • Reservoirs for London. Additional, 529
  • Water from the Greensands, Layne Weil System, Howard Farrow, Ltd., 486
  • Water Resources of Canada, (251)
  • Water Power Resources in Canada. (565)
  • Water Supplies. 163
  • Water Supplies, Conservation of, 555
  • Water Supplies for Rural Districts, 427
  • Water Supplies in America, Conservation of, 446
  • Water Supply. South Essex. 574
  • Water Supply of Marseilles, 553
  • Water Supply Scheme for Driffield, (149)
  • 'Water Survey, Proposed Inland, 139
  • Water Tap Waste in Glasgow, (357)
  • WEIGHER, Electrically Controlled Automatic Henry Simon, Ltd., B.I.F., 570 ILLF..570
  • Weigher, Grain, Henry Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. 570

WELDING :

  • Arc Welding Electrode, " Toolweld," (619)
  • Multiple Arc Welding Equipments, Oerlikon Company, 601
  • Thyratron Control Equipment for Spot Welding, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt.. 24.5.35, vi
  • Welded Gas Purifier at Dillingham, (593)
  • Welding, 613
  • Welding, Developments in. 210
  • Welding of Iron and Steel, Iron and Steel Institute's Symposium on, 506; (Leading Article, 515), 532, 559. 599, 813
  • Welding Apparatus. British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 11.1.10. Suppt. 17.5.35, i
  • Welding Art, Radiology in the, V. E. Pullin. 402 (Four-page Stopplement, April 19th . 1935)
  • Welding Met to Detect. Troubles in Conduits, (357)
  • WIND Tunnel at Farnborough, 24ft., 351
  • Windmill Power Station at Balaclava, 100-kW, (149)
  • Wind Tunnel at S. Harnborough, 241t.. 351. 380, 386; (Leading Article, 387), 468
  • Wire Annealed in Atmosphere of Methanol Gas, (275)
  • Wire Cloth, Woven, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F., 018
  • Wire-drawing Muchine, Automatic, Brookes (Oldbury ), Ltd.. B. it. F.. 589

WIRELESS :

  • Australian Broadcasting Stations, Five Additional Regional Stations, (487)
  • Bunghead Broadcasting Station, Work Commenced on, (71)
  • Control Radio Telephony Stations at Lympne and Pulham, (71)
  • Loud Speakers in Rotherham, Magistrates' Courts, (539)
  • Loud-speaking Master Station, General Elecric Company, Ltd.. B.I.F., 571
  • Micro Waves Transmission Station at Monte Rosa for Marchese Marconi, (199)
  • Radio Beacons on Air Routes, (71)
  • Radio Receiving Apparatus, Photo-electric Cells for Checking Fine Wire in (303)
  • Radio Stations in China, (71)
  • Radio Telephone Service Between England and Japan, (303)
  • Radio-telephony Between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, (13)
  • St. Nazaire Wireless Station, (173)
  • Short-mave Stations in China, Marconi, (329)
  • Wireless Aids to Air Navigation, Marconi Company Acquire T‘so Patents, (123)
  • Wireless on All Sea-going Vessels, Canadian Government and Compulsory, (22)
  • Wireless Beacon for Livorpool Aerodrome. 310
  • WOOD Preservation, Arsenic for, 368
  • Woodworking Machinery, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 511
  • Wool, Improved Method of Drying, Experiments at Bradford Technical College, (225)
  • World Survey, Monthly Magazine, (502)
  • Worm-geared Motor Units, British Thomson -Houston Company, Ltd., 496
  • Worm (sears, T)r. H. E. Merritt, 228, 234

X

  • X-RAY Mutants or " Sports " of Plants, (173)

Z

  • ZINC. Electrolytic Production of, (593)

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • AERODROME Survey, British, 503
  • Aero-Engine Developments, 241
  • Air Attacks, Defence Against, 241
  • Aircraft Construction, Accelerated, 503
  • Aircraft Operating Costs, American, 479
  • Air Estimates for 1935, 291
  • Air Mails, Empire, 113
  • Air Ministry and Accelerated Aircraft Construction, 503
  • Air Survey, An Ordnance, 659
  • Air Transport in Europe, 453
  • Airways of Great Britain, 373
  • Albert Canal, Section Antwerp to Herenthals Opened, 503 (bee also Special Articles)
  • American Aircraft Operating Costs, 479
  • American Airship Disaster, 163
  • Anglo-Japanese Trade Relation Committee, 61
  • Anti-noise Competition, French, 427
  • "Aquitania," Grounding on Brambles Bit of Cunard White Star Liner, 401
  • Armament Trade Inquiry, Royal Commission, 189 ' First. Public Meeting, 427
  • Arms, Private Trading in, 555
  • Aswan Dam Contractors, Honours for, 401
  • Atlantic Liner " Empress of Britain " in Collsion, 635
  • Atlantic Record, " Normandie " Sets up, 581
  • Atmospheric Pollution, 555

B

  • BANQUET to Colonel R. E. B. Crompton on his Ninetieth Birthday, 581
  • Battersea Power Station, Additional Plant at, 163
  • Beeman, Engineer Rear Admiral Robert, Appointed Special Director of Vickers -Armstrong, Ltd., 529
  • Bell, Sir Thomas, Retirement of, 345
  • Birthday Honours, 581
  • Blind Flying, Advice on, 529
  • Blue Riband Trophy, 555
  • Boiler-house Practice, City and Guilds Ltd London Institute's Examination in, 291
  • Boiler Symposium at Institute of Marine Engineers, 265
  • Bridge for China over Chien Tang River, 189
  • British Aerodrome Survey, 503
  • British Aircraft Development Scheme, 61
  • British Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 241
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers' Association, Annual Meeting, 319
  • British Electrical Development Association Annual Luncheon, 291
  • British Industries Fair at Olympia and White City, 189, 581
  • British Motor Industry, 31
  • British Trade, Progress of, 189
  • British Trade with China, 503
  • Brussels International Exhibition Opened, 453
  • Burleigh Viaduct, Rebuilding, 1
  • Burst Valve on Leicester Water Supply, 113

C

  • CENTRAL Electricity Board, Appointment Mr. H. Hobson as General Manager, 61
  • Chairman of Southern Railway, 31
  • Chamber of Shipping Report, 215
  • Channel Tunnel, Annual Meeting of Channel Tunnel Company, Ltd., 529
  • Channel Tunnel Scheme, Senator Yves le Trocquer and, 265
  • China, British Trade with, 503
  • City and Guilds College Jubilee, 139 (and 146)
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Examination for Boiler-house Practice, 291
  • Claude Sea Power Scheme, 113
  • Clyde-Forth Canal Scheme Revived, 453
  • Coal, Oil from, 659
  • Coal Burning, 345
  • Coal-burning Appliance Makers' Association, 61
  • Coal Consumption, Decline in, 139
  • Coast Lines, Ltd., Motor Vessel Launched, "Pacific Coaster," 393
  • Collision Risks at Sea, 453
  • Colloidal Fuel Development at Cardiff, 113
  • Colvilles, Ltd., History of Firm of, 319
  • Commercial Laboratory for Edinburgh University, 345
  • Conservation of Water Supplies, 555
  • Co-operative Societies, Profit-sharing in, 31
  • Corby Steel Works, Progress at, 31
  • Crompton, Colonel R. E. B., Ninetieth Birthday Celebrations, 215 (Supplement, Pencil Portrait, May 3181, 1935), 555; Banquet, 581

D

  • DANISH Bridge Connecting Island of Funen with Jutland, Opened, 503
  • Dartford Tunnel Scheme, 87
  • Defence Against Air Attacks, 241
  • Drainage Scheme for Greater London, 319
  • " Duke of York," L.M.S. Cross-Channel Turbine Steamer, 609
  • " Duntroon," Launch of Motor Vessel, 373

E

  • ECONOMICS, Engineering and, Dr. E. L. Burgin, 189
  • Education, Technical, 609
  • Egyptian Irrigation Schemes, 555
  • Electricity Commissioner Appointed, Mr. C. G. Morley New, 453
  • Electricity Merger, A London, 139
  • Empire Air Mails, 113
  • Empire Liner, Union Steamship Company's, 609
  • " Empress of Britain " in Collision, 635
  • Engineering and Economics, Dr. E. L. Burgin, 189
  • Engineering Apprenticeship Certificate Scheme, An Extended, 1
  • Engineering in Scotland, 503
  • Engineering Overseas, 61
  • Engineers' Memorial Tablet to Maudslay, Sons and Field, 265
  • Engineers' Wages, 373
  • Explosion at Reinsdorf, Germany, 635

F

  • FACTORIES, Two-day Shifts in, 635
  • Federation of British Industries, Sir Francis Joseph Elected President, 291
  • Fire Float " Massey Shaw," Thames Powerful, 427
  • Five-year Road Plan, 113
  • Flying Boat " Lieutenant de Vaisseau Paris," Mishap to, 635
  • Food Industry, Metals in the, 87
  • Forestry in British Empire, 659
  • Forth Road Bridge, 241
  • Forty-hour Week, 659
  • Foundry Practice, National School of, 345
  • French Anti-noise Competition, 427
  • French Railway Accident at Marcheprime, 401
  • Fuel Oil Duties, Proposed, 401
  • Fuel Research Station, Greenwich, 609

G

  • GAS Defence, 635
  • Gas Grid, Proposed Scottish, 113, 139
  • Gebel Aulia Dam, 319
  • "Graf Zeppelin," Accident to Airship, 401
  • Great Western Railway Construction Programme, 1
  • Greater London Drainage, 319
  • Greenwich Fuel Research Station, 609
  • Grit Trouble at Stepney, 503

H

  • HAWES WATER Scheme, 373
  • Heat Insulation in the Tropics, 291
  • Heriot-Watt College Extensions, 11:3
  • H.M.S. Aircraft Carrier " Ark Royal," 265
  • H.M.S. " Fury," Trials of, 529
  • H.M. Sloop " Indus," Completion of, 529
  • Holland-Martin, Mr. Robert M., Elected as Chairman of Southern Railway, 31
  • Hours and Wages in Industry, 381
  • House of Science for London, 319

I

  • IMPERIAL Air Mails, 215
  • Industry, Noise in, 479
  • Industry, Overtime in, 87
  • Industry, Reorganisation in, 189
  • Industry, Shorter Hours in, 529
  • Industry in Canada, 373
  • Inland Water Survey, Advisory Committee on, 139
  • Institute of Welding, Presidential Address, Sir Alexander Gibb, 581
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Annual Dinner Report, 241
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, Annual Dinner, 163
  • Institutions' Jubilee Address, 453
  • Internal Combustion Engine Group, Spring Meeting, 319
  • International Shipping Conference, 503
  • Iraq Pipe Line, 61
  • Italian Aircraft Testing Station, 453
  • Italy's Air Programme, 345

J

  • JUBILEE Address from the British Engineering Institutions, 453
  • Jubilee Exhibition at Science Museum, 479

K

  • KELVIN Medal Presented to Sir John Ambrose Fleming, 479
  • Key Industry Inquiry, 453
  • Kut Barrage, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Obtain Contract for Work on, 31

L

  • "L'ATLANTIQUE," Underwriters' Liability, 1
  • "Leviathan," Laying-up of United States
  • Lines Liner, 345
  • Locomotive Testing Station at Vitry. 427
  • London Dock Works, Proposed, 291
  • London Electricity Merger, 139
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange Annual Dinner, 113
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Construction Programme, 1
  • L.M.S. Railway, " Silver Jubilee " Exhibition, 479
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, 1935 Programme, 31
  • L.N.E. Railway Rating Assessment, 453
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Record Run to Newcastle and Back, 241, (275)
  • London Passenger Transport Board, Wages Discussion, 61
  • London Power Company, Ltd., Annual General Meeting, 163
  • London Television Station, 609
  • London Transport Scheme, 609

M

  • MACHINERY Orders for China, 215
  • "Macon," Disaster to American Airship, 163
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Annual Report, 189
  • Manchester Water Supply, Haweswater Scheme, 373
  • Maudslay, Sons and Field, Junior Institution of Engineers' Memorial Tablet to, 265
  • "Mauretania," Breaking-up of, 345
  • Mayor, Mr. Sam, Retirement of, 1
  • Metals in Food Industry, 87
  • Military College of Science " At Home," 609
  • Mines, Safety in, 87
  • Mining Journal, Centenary, 609
  • Mont Blanc Road Tunnel, Projected, 453
  • Motor Transport, Noise of, 319
  • Motor Units for Colonial Use, Hardy Southal Tractor, 373

N

  • NATIONAL Electrical Convention, Luncheon, 427; (Leading Article, 439)
  • National Physical Laboratory, Official Inspection, 659
  • National School of Foundry Practice, 345
  • Naval Orders, 113, 163, 189, 265, 345
  • Naval Construction, Navy Estimates. 1935. 265
  • Navigation at Southampton, 1
  • New Year Honours, 1
  • Noise in Industry, 479
  • Noise of Motor Transport, 319
  • " Normandie," Visit to French Line Liner, 401; Trials of French Liner, 503
  • " Normandie " Sets Up Atlantic Record, 681

O

  • OIL from Coal, 479, 659
  • Oil in Great Britain, 529
  • Ordnance Air Survey, 659
  • Overtime in Industry, 87

P

  • PALMERS, Hebburn, 373
  • Patents in 1934, 555
  • Pedestrian-operated Traffic Signals, 139
  • Pedestrian Traffic Signals in Trafalgar Square, 215
  • Pioneer Work of British Engineers Overseas, 61
  • Port of London Authority, Proposed Dock Works, 291
  • Private Trading in Arms, 555
  • Profit Sharing in Co-operative Societies, 31
  • Profit Sharing in 1934, 659
  • Pyrenees-COO d'Azur Express Disaster. 401

R

  • RAILWAY Air Services, Expenditure on, 241
  • Railway Electrification, 241
  • Railway Wages, 87
  • Rebuilding a Viaduct at Burleigh, Derbyshire, 1
  • Reinsdorf, Germany, Explosion at, 635
  • Reservoirs for London, Additional, 529
  • River Wey Drainage Scheme, 529
  • Road Bridge, Proposed Severn, 659
  • Road Bridge Design, 215
  • Road Plan, A Five-year, 113
  • Road Schemes, London, 189
  • Road Transport Legislation, 61
  • Royal Aeronautical Society, Garden Party, 479
  • Rural Electrification in Northamptonshire, 241
  • Rural Water Supplies, 427
  • Russian Air Disaster, 529
  • Russian Oil Engine Trial Results. 345
  • Russian Orders for England. 139

S

  • SAFETY at Sea, 319
  • 'Safety in Mines, 87
  • Science, Military College of, 609
  • Science Museum, New, 373
  • Scientific Services, State, 479
  • Scottish Gas Grid, Proposed, 139
  • Sea Power Scheme, The Claude, 113
  • Severn Road Bridge, Proposed, 659, (669)
  • Shipbuilding Agreement, 635
  • Shipbuilding Fusion, East Scotland, 163
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 31, 139, 163, 189, 479
  • Shipbuilding Outlook, 215
  • Shipbuilding Statistics, 635
  • Ship Policy, Big, 401
  • Shipping, Less Idle, 427
  • Shipping and Sugar Beet Subsidy, 581
  • Shipping Conference, International, 87
  • Ships,' New for Old, 265, 291
  • Shipwrights, Worshipful Company of, 87
  • Shipwrights' Company, Presentation of Medals to Winners in Examinations in Naval Architecture, 427
  • Shipyard Exchange at Glasgow, Proposed, 31
  • Shorter Hours in Industry, 529
  • Skilled Workmen, Need for, 555
  • South African Empire Exhibition, 61
  • Southampton, Navigation at, 1
  • Southern Railway Chairman. Mr. Robert M. Holland-Mitrtin, 31
  • South Wales Coal Merger, 189
  • State Scientific Services, 479
  • Steel Trade Prosperity, 659
  • "Strathmore," Launch of P. and O. Liner, 373
  • Suez Canal Report, 609
  • Sugar Beet. Subsidy, Shipping and, 581

T

  • TECHNICAL Education, 609
  • Telephone Developments in Great Britain, 215
  • Television, Report of Committee on, 139
  • Television Progress, 555
  • Trade Relations Committee, Anglo-Japanese, 61
  • Traffic Signals, Pedestrian-operated, 139
  • Train, L.N.E. High-speed Experimental, 345
  • Tramp Shipping Organisation, 163
  • Trent Catchment Board's Report, River, 87
  • Tropics, Reinforced Aluminium Foil for Insulation of Buildings in, 291
  • Two-day Shifts in Factories, 635
  • Tyne Improvement Committee. Proposed Deep-water Quay, 291
  • Tyne Quay, Proposed, 291
  • Tyneside Industries, 345

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Figure.s, 1, 163, 265, 373, 453, 581
  • Union Castle Liners, 555
  • Union Steamship Company's Vessel at Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 635

V

  • VICKERS-ARMSTRONG Appointment, 529
  • Vary Locomotive Testing Station, 427

W

  • WAGES, Railway, 87
  • Wages in Industry, Hours and, 581
  • Water Supplies, 163
  • Water Supplies, Conservation of, 555
  • Water Supplies of Rural Districts, 427
  • Waterloo Bridge, 581
  • Waterloo Station, Improvements for Running Lines, 31
  • Welwyn Railway Disaster, 635, 659, (669)
  • Workman, Clark (1928), Ltd.. Closing of Shipyards, 427

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