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  • Daimler Co, Ltd., Front-wheel Suspension, 400; " Light Straight-Eight " Car, 398, 399; Light Straight-Eight Chassis, 423, 424; Passenger Vehicle Chassis, 571
  • Darby, H. C., Windmill Drainage in Bedford Level, 75
  • Dartford Tunnel Scheme, 27
  • Davey, Paxman and Co (Colchester). Ltd.
  • " Comet " Combustion Chamber for Paxman-Ricardo Engine. 346; 10 b.h.p. Paxman-Ricardo Oil Engine, 346; 60 b.h.p. Paxman-Ricardo Oil Engine, 346; 70/105 b.h.p.
  • Marine Oil Engine. 425; 500 b.h.p., Twelve-cylinder V Oil Engine, 346
  • Davidson, Colonel A. E., " Spirit of Adventure," 457, 500 (nee Letters to the Editor)
  • Davies, Dr. S. J.. Applications of Oil Engines to Coastal Shipping, 296
  • Davyhulrne, Activated Sludge Sewage Disposal Plant at, 109, 118
  • Dean, E. S., Velox Hot Water Boiler, 203
  • Dennis Brothers, Ltd., Dennis-Lanova 82 b.h.p., Four-cylinder Engine, 547; Gully Emptier, 589; " Lancet H " 4-ton Lorry, 547; Refuse-collecting Motor Van, 589
  • Dennison, Robert L. Strength and Flexibility of Corrugated Piping, 303. 332, 358. 386. 412. 439
  • Denny, Maurice E., Development of Cross-Channel Steamers, 401
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Cast Iron Research Work, Suppt., 20.9.35, xii; Fuel Research Work, Suppt., 20.9.35, xii; Iron and Steel Research, Suppt., 20.9.35, xii; Powdered Fuel Fire Boilers, Flow Divider for, 345; Ship's Model in Wax for Testing, Suppt., 20.9.35, xii
  • Desoutter Brothers, Ltd. Pneumatic and Electric Hand Tools, 401
  • Dewrance and Co., Indicating Flow Meter, 371
  • Dilwara," Five-cylinder, 3000 s.h.p. Opposed-Piston Engine for Twin-screw Ship, Barclay, Curle and Co., Ltd., 460, 461
  • Dixon, S. M., and M. A. Hogan, Corrosion Fatigue in Colliery Ropes, 436 Hobbie, McInnes and Clyde, Ltd., Boiler Feed Water Regulator. 315; Calorimeters, 315; Compass, Torque Suspension, 316; " Tele-dep " Indicator, 316
  • Dobson, Dr. J. H., Resigns Managership of Pretoria Steel Works, 10
  • Doeherty, Dr. J. G., Report on " Stresses in Overstrained Materials," 270
  • Dominion Machinery Co Ltd., Cross-cutting and Trenching Machine, Suppt., 13.9.35, v; Mortising Machine, Suppt., 13.9.35, v; Tenoning and Scribing Machine, Suppt., 13.9.35, v; Woodworking Machines, Suppt., 13.9.35, v
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co., Ltd., Decompression Device and Valve Gear, 508; 15/89 b.h.p. Oil Engine, 508
  • Dronsfield Brothers, Hand-operated Pneumatic Milking Plant, 32
  • Drummond, R. S. Gear Finishing by Crossed Axes Shaving, 149
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Oil Engine-driven Marine Pumping Set, 681
  • Duckham and Co., Ltd., " Wear Cure " Tablets, (388)
  • Du dale, F. W., Coaster Development during Fifty Years, 95, 153
  • funedin, New Zealand, Power Supply of Dunedin, 620, 622
  • Dunlop Rubber Co, Ltd., Dunlop "Anticer," Prevention of Ice Accretion on Aircraft, 7
  • Dyson, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 40-ton Road Bogie, 464; 65-ton Road Trailer. 148, 149

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  • Oerlikon Company. Address to Shareholders by Dr. D. Schindler, 653 (Leading Article. "A Mad World," 649); Relays for Protecting A.C. Circuits. 88
  • Oresund (Sound) Bridge. Proposed Bridge to Join Denmark and Sweden. 453
  • Orion," Orient Liner Steamer, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 194, 198, 213, 215
  • Ormerod Shapers. Ltd., Heavy-duty Slotting Machine, 276
  • Osborn, Samuel, and Co., Ltd., IFfigh-frequency Induction Furnaces, 551
  • Ozalid Co, Ltd., Photo-print Developing Machine, Suppt., 20.9.35, v
  • Ozonair, Ltd.. Ventilating and Heating Plants, 317

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  • A CALL to Adventure, "Youth," 488
  • Abrasive " Norbite," Norton Company, (65)
  • Accidents in Industry, Prevention of, (481)
  • Acetic Acid for Winning Operations, (65)
  • Acetylene Black as Heat Insulator, (455)
  • Acetylene Black as Thermal Insulator, (193)
  • Acetylene Congress, President and Vice-President Appointed for International. (621) •
  • Acetylene Generators, " Eveready,- Thorn and Hoddle, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, xi
  • Admiralty Engineer Overseer Appointed for Midland District, Engineer Captain .1. S. Orr, (429)
  • Adventure, Colonel A. E. Davidson, 457, 500
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • Acridetax :
  • Aeroplane Accidents, Publicity in Newspapers of, (193)
  • Aeroplane Disaster to American Mail Aeroplane, ( 377)
  • Air Liner Disitshv at Amsterdain, K.L.M. Royal Dutch, (65)
  • Air Liner " Syrinx,' Accident to, (403)
  • American Stratosphere Balloon " Explorer II," Collapse of, (91)
  • "Atalanta,' Loss of Imperial Airway, Liner, (481) Crash of Demon Two-seater Fighter Hendon, (143) Crash of French Farman " Fleet " Experimental Monoplane, (143) Deaths from Flying Accidents, Statistie,.. (673)
  • Flying Boat Damaged in Brindisi Harbour, Second British, (567) "Puss Moth " Accidents, 171 Railway Air Services, Crash of D.M. Dragon Air Liner on Isle of Man, (11) "Sylvanus." Imperial Airways Flying-boat Burnt in Brindisi Harbour, (541) Tatsfield Air Disaster, 611 Z.I.G. 2, Crash of Soviet Passenger Air Liner, (595)
  • Adelaide Air Services, (219)
  • Adelaide and Darwin Air Service, (219)
  • Aerial Photographs of Boulder Dam, (349)
  • Aerial Surveying in Far East. 233
  • Aerial Surveys by Imperial Airways Four-engined Liner " Dorado," (349)
  • Aerodrome at Bromma, Stockholm, (243)
  • Aerodrome at Fanling, Hong Kong, (193)
  • Aerodrome at Syden.ham_(Belfast). (541)
  • Aerodrome Equipment Exhibition. London, 1936, (647)
  • Aerodrome in Nort h-East Durham, Proposed, (429)
  • Aerodrome near Ismailia. Civil Aviation Construction at, (595)
  • Aerodromes Advisory Board Ceases to Exist, (621)
  • Aerodromes in Borneo, Six, (621)
  • Aerodromes in New Zealand, Twenty-nine, (349)
  • Aerodromes near London, Westminster City Council and, (673)
  • Aeronautical Research at Cambridge, Sir John D. Siddeley's Offer. (65)
  • Aeronautical Research at Cambridge University, Sir John Siddeley's Gift for, (455)
  • Aeroplane Landing Grounds for Mid-Cheshire Regional Planning Committee, Four, (225)
  • Aeroplane Propeller Blades, Process for Hardening the Wood of, (567)
  • Aeroplane Works at Roundhay, Leeds, (403)
  • African Research Survey, 422
  • Air Base for Flying Boats at Malta Proposed, (39)
  • Aircraft Combine, Hawker-Siddeley Aircraft Company, Ltd.. (65)
  • Aircraft Display at Hendon by Society of British Aircraft Constructors, 1
  • Aircraft Factories in Scotland, Sites for, (91)
  • Aircraft Factory at Barnhurst, i'Volverharripton, (403)
  • Aircraft Factory at Speke, (11), (65)
  • Aircraft Factory near ‘Volverhampt on, Plans Approved for, (117)
  • Aircraft in Foggy Weather, Lorenz System of Guiding, (429)
  • Aircraft Material Exported During Half-year, (143)
  • Aircraft Supplies, Public Interest in Prices of, (11)
  • Aircraft Wireless Equipment, Marconi Company Creates Organisation for, (455)
  • Air Defence Exercises, 159
  • Air Expansion in Japan, (143)
  • Air Force and War Office Co-operation in Formation of " 1st Anti-aircraft Division, Territorial Army," (595)
  • Air Liner Postal Service, Six Years of 1Vorking, (481)
  • Air Liner Prize Withdrawn, (219)
  • Air Mail from Brindisi to India and East. Imperial Airways Flying Boat Record Mail. (647)
  • Air Mail Lettesa from Groat Britain, (429)
  • Air Mail Service between Bombay and Trivandrum, (481)
  • Air Mail Service between Europe and North America, (143)
  • Air Mail Services between Liverpool and Isle of Man, (541)
  • Air Mail Transport Across Pacific, Tenders Invited by U.S. Post Office, (349)
  • Air Mails on London-Belfast-Glasgow Route, L.M.S. Railway Awarded Contract, (567)
  • Air Mails to South America, (39)
  • Air Ministry Builds Miles " Hawcon " Monoplane for High-speed Research, (621)
  • Air Minist ry Orders Light Bombing Machines (143)
  • Air Passengers and Freight, Imperial Airways' Statistics, (219)
  • Airport for Airships at Sverdlosk, Ural Mountains, (169)
  • Air Record, Paris to Saigon, (673)
  • Air Route from San Francisco to New Zealand, Proposed Pan-American Airways, (455)
  • Air Service between Croydon, Ostend, and Le Zoute Opened, (11)
  • Air Service between Europe and America, Proposed, (377 )
  • Air Service between Glasgow and Skye, Twice-weekly, (595)
  • Air Service between London and Lille, (403)
  • Air Service between Norwich, Leicester and Nottingham and Liverpool, Blackpool, Belfast and Isle of Man, (117). (143)
  • Air Service between Pan-America and New Zealand, (481)
  • Air Service between Portsmouth and Paris, (169)
  • Air Service between Stornoway and Mainland, (91)
  • Air Service from Croydon to Amsterdam, Brussels and Lille, (377)
  • Air Services between Croydon and Ostend and Brussels, (39)
  • Air Services between Croydon, Madrid and Lisbon, (660)
  • Air Services for Atlantic Liners Arriving at Plymouth from New York, (117)
  • Air Services in United States, Schedules, (567)
  • Air Services over Empire Air Routes, Exhibition at Science Museum, Imperial Airways, Ltd., (567)
  • Air Services Time Table, City of Hull Development Committee's, (117)
  • Airships for Advertising Purposes in United States, German-built, (377)
  • Air Strengths of Principal Countries, League of Nations Armament Book Statistics, (90)
  • Air Survey of New Guinea for Petroleum, de Havilland " Dragon Rapides " Selected for, (243)
  • Air Survey of Oil Concession Areas in Dutch New Guinea, (11)
  • Air Traffic between England and India, (193)
  • Airways Amalgamation, Proposed, 365
  • Alderney Air Services, Direct Transport Service with England. (65)
  • Alderney Aerodrome Licensed, (481)
  • Atlantic Flight by Lieut. F. Waitkus, (349)
  • Aviation Companies, C. Richardson on Flying by British, (481)
  • Aviation Company, Elders Colonial Airways, Ltd., Registered, (513)
  • Balloon which Changes to Parachute, Tests Near Moscow on, (152)
  • Berlin Tempelhof Aerodrome, Extension of, (267)
  • Bombing Scivadrons to be Formed, Five R.A.F., (2(17)
  • British Aeroplanes to be Built i (169)
  • British Aircraft, Improvements to. 469
  • British Gliding Record, 13 Hours 7 Minutes, J. C. Neilan Holds, (117)
  • Cape-England Record Flight by Flying Officer D. Llewellin and Mrs. J. Wyndham, (513)
  • "Chins Clipper " Carries 2 Tone of Mail on Inaugural Trip, Pan-American Airways, (567)
  • "China Clipper " Completes Inaugural Flight, (596)
  • Civil Aircraft. Official List of Registered, (455)
  • Civil Aircraft and Royal Naval Review, ( I I)
  • Civil Aircraft Problems, 159
  • Civil Aviation, Appointment as Director of Mr. J. G. Gibson, (377)
  • Civil Aviation, Development of, 133
  • Civil Aviation Progress, 365
  • Civil Flying Schools, Eight out of Twelve Opened, (621)
  • Clock at Rand Airport, Largest in World, Electric, (219)
  • Coventry Airport, Proposed, (39)
  • Coventry Airport Scheme, Site at Whitley Selected for, (117)
  • Croydon-Cologne Air Route, Distance Covered in 115 Minutes, (349)
  • de Havilland Aircraft for Surveys in New Guinea, 233
  • Dominion Aircraft Order for do Havilland Commercial Aircraft, 107
  • England-Australia Solo Flying Record by H. F. Broadbent, (541)
  • Finningley Air Force Station, (243)
  • Flight from Le Bourget to Algiers at Average Speed of 202 m.p.h. of D.H. " Comet " by French Pilot, (267)
  • Floating Aerodrome for Deutsche Lufthansa, Third, (647)
  • Flying Boat Building at Hemble, Southampton, Sikorsky, (595)
  • Folkestone Air Trophy Race Won by L. Lipton on D.H. " Moth," (293)
  • French Air Force, Additional Expenditure on. (321)
  • French Grand Prix Air Race Won by M.
  • Guy de Chateaubrun, (117)
  • Glider Passes over Alps, (267)
  • Glider Records on the Continent, (117)
  • Gliding and Soaring, Modern Methods of, Herr Robert Kronfeld, 531
  • Gliding Clubs, Formation of Federation of British, (455)
  • Gordon Bennett Cup Contest, Thirteen Balloons Leave Warsaw, (293)
  • AERONAUTICS (continued):
  • Graf Zeppelin," Endurance Test of 119 Hours in Air, (595)
  • Graf Zeppelin," Summer Services. (65)
  • Hastings Aerodrome, (143)
  • Heston Airport Opened, 81
  • Holland-Dutch East, Indies Air Service Completes Five Years' Working, (321)
  • lee on Aeroplane Wings, Imperial Airways Machine to be Fitted with Device for Prevention of, (673)
  • Imperial Airways Flying Mileage for year. (313)
  • International Competition of Single-seater Fighting Aeroplanes, Belgian Government, Arranges, (11)
  • King's Cup Air Race, 1935, Conditions for, (143); Won by Flight-Lieut. T. Rose, 257
  • Leicester's Municipal Airport Opened, (91)
  • London-Glasgow Air Services, (293)
  • London-Newcastle Air Race Won by Flight Lieut. J. B. Wilson, (117)
  • Malta as a Central Seaplane Base (91)
  • Manx Air Services, (293)
  • Municipalities Interested in Civil Aviation, (243)
  • National Air Transport Company in Irish Free State, (595)
  • Naval Seaplane's World's Record Flight ? U.S., (429)
  • New York to Budapest in Six Days, (219)
  • Non-stop Flight from Moscow to San Francisco, Proposed Arctic, (117)
  • Paris-Rome Daily Air Service Inaugurated. (117)
  • Passenger Dirigible Service Between Moscow and Svondlovsk, Proposed. (11)
  • Perth Airport, Glasgow Firm to Build, (377)
  • Portable Glider Tests in Russia, Successful, (673)
  • Railway Air Services, Miles Flown on Regular Services, (377)
  • Rangoon Aerodrome, Science Ready for, (377)
  • R.A.F. Base at Porthneigwl Foreshore, South Camarvonshire, (219)
  • R.A.F. Base on Thorney Island, Einsworth, Hants, Cost of, (91)
  • Royal Air Force Display, 1935, 1
  • Royal Air Force Expansions, .'erdoiiiid Required for, (65)
  • Royal Air Force, Flight Training Schools, (243)
  • School of Air Navigation at Mauston, (567)
  • Seadrome at Southampton, Proposed, 183
  • Seaplane Base at Greenock, (567)
  • Seaplanes at Royal Victoria Dock, Provision for, (117)
  • Search for SirCharles Kingsford Smith, (513)
  • Second International Austrimi Alpine Flight, August. 1935, (11)
  • Southend Municipal Aerodrome Opened. 309
  • Stratosphere Flight by Soviet Pilot, N'ictor Yovseyev, Record, (349)
  • Survey Flight for British Scandinavian Ail Services (647)
  • Survey Flights for 'Fromm hint ic• ‘1,,,I Service, (621)
  • Tasmau Sea Air Service, Plans for, (65)
  • Transatlantic Air Service, Proposed, 499, 611
  • Transatlantic Seapla )(Wed, ((15)
  • Travelling between Town and Aerodrome, Time Lost in, (513)
  • Wakefield Cup Won by G. Hansez, of Antwerp, at Lympne International Air Rally, (243)
  • Walsall Aerodrome Opened, (:39) 1A'orld's Non-stop Flight Record Claimed by Italy, (117)
  • Zeppelin Schedule Reduced. (219)
  • Aero-Eugmes :
  • Aero-engino " Dagger I I I , " Introduced ).y
  • RAY.. (321)
  • Aircraft, Machines :
  • Aeroplane which liloriot Flew Chamiel,
  • Exact Replica to be Built, (513)
  • Aeroplane with Propeller Driven by Pedal.,
  • Herr Dunnbeil's Invention, (243)
  • Aeroplane " ZIG i " Completed by Moscim
  • Civil Air Fleet Plant, (403)
  • Aeroplanes, Russian Government to Construct Sixteen " Maxine Gorky " Type, (91)
  • Aeroplanes for Greek tiovernment,- British. (193), (403)
  • Aeroplanes for Soviet Government of ** Maxiin
  • Gorki " Type, (243)
  • Aircraft, Decontrol of Light, 233
  • Aircraft Carrier, " Ark Royal," Portions to be
  • Electrically Welded, (267)
  • Air Liner " D.H. 86," Two Improved Models
  • of de Havilland, (481)
  • Airspeed " Envoys " for South African
  • Government, (647)
  • American Seaplane Reaches 18,200ft. with
  • Load of 24,000 lb., (117)
  • Cabin Biplane " Hornet Moth " to Replace
  • " Moth ' Type Machine, (11) ('abin Monoplane Introduced, Percival "Vega
  • Gull, (673)
  • " Calcutta " Flying Boat G-EBVG, History
  • of, (647)
  • Commercial Machines for Air France, (321)
  • Do Havilland " Hornet Moth " Designed to
  • Replace " Moth " Machine, (91)
  • Dutch Defences, " Fokker " Two-engined
  • Fighting Machines Ordered, (541)
  • Flying Boat Completed with 560 h.p. Heavy
  • Oil Engines, Domier Company's, (455)
  • Flying Boat for Transatlantic 'slights, (513)
  • Flying Boat Order for Imperial Airways
  • Placed with Short Brothers, Ltd.. 309
  • Flying Boats for Imperial Airways Building by Short Brothers, Ltd., (349)
  • Flying Boats for Trans-Pacific service, (403)
  • Flying Boats Reach Gibraltar, Three " Singapore," (267)
  • French Mail Aeroplane Makes Record Flight
  • from Dakar to Port Natal, Brazil, (321)
  • French Seaplane, " Lieutenant de Vaisseau
  • Paris," Leaves Bordeaux to Fly to Martinique, (621)
  • French 40-Seater Passenger Aeroplane, (567)
  • German Airship " L.Z.-129 " Ready for
  • Trials, (673)
  • Heston " PI10311iX " Five-seater Aeroplane, (455)
  • Makhonine Aerlane Awarded French
  • Ministry of Air Prize, (109)
  • Monoplane for Civil or Military Purposes,
  • '• Miles." " Peregrine " Twin - engined
  • Cabin. (541)
  • Monoplane to Carry Thirty Passengers for Air
  • France, (513
  • Monoplanes, Air Ministry Orders 170 Auro
  • " Anson " High-speed Twin-engined, (455)
  • Monoplanes for Air Ministry, Seventy-five
  • Vickers General-purpose, (481)
  • Monoplanes Ordered from Northrop Corporation by U.S. War Department, (673)
  • Polish Air Transport Company's Two Douglas
  • Air Liners. (143)
  • R.A.F. Short Singapore iii Flying Boat
  • " K. 4581," Flight from Plymouth to
  • Gibraltar Non-stop, (117)
  • Sailplane " Hjordis, Designed by Flight-Lieut. G. M. Buxton. (169)
  • Sailplane of Small Size, " Penrose Special," (243)
  • Seaplane " Lieutenant de Vaisseau Paris." to
  • Visit America, (243)
  • Speed of Gloster " Gladiator " Fighting
  • Machines, (567)
  • Stratosphere Flight by American Balloon
  • " Explorer II,' (513)
  • Stratosphere Glider, U.S.S.R., (219)
  • Tri-motor Ford Aeroplane (1927) Placed in
  • Ford Museum, Dearborn,Michigan, (65)
  • U.S.S.R. Military Aeroplane Makes Continuous Flight of 900 Miles by Refuelling in
  • Air, (321)
  • Yugoslav_ Government Orders " Fury -Fighter Aeroplanes, (321)
  • Zeppelins, Expedited Work on L.Z.129
  • and 130," (621)
  • AGRICULTURAL Machinery, Marshall, Sons
  • and Co., 33
  • Agricultural Research, Dynamometers for,
  • J. S. Wilson. 340, 366, 394
  • Air Hygiene, Research in America, (647)
  • Alchemy and Early Chemistry, Society Founded
  • in London for Study of, (673)
  • Alloys, Free-cutting Alumina, (143)
  • Aluminium, " Pylumin " for Protection of.
  • Pyrene, Ltd., (541)
  • Aluminium Added to Lionel Metal, Alloy
  • Becomes Non-magnetic but Retains its
  • Strength, (193)
  • Aluminium Alloys, Free-cutting, (143)
  • Aluminium Factory in Province of Linherg,
  • Proposed, (377)
  • Aluminium Powder in Paint t:Ives Strong
  • Rust-resisting Properties, (541)
  • AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS .
  • American Construction Prospects, 204
  • American Construction Progress, 657
  • American Convention Hall, 658
  • American Industrial Exhibitions, 575
  • American Locomotive Developments, :360
  • American Locomotives for Boston and Maine
  • Railroad, 658
  • American Machine Tool Exhibition at.
  • Cleveland, 658
  • American Machinery Requirements. 35
  • American Portland Cements, 360
  • American Railway Affairs, .549
  • American Roads and Automobiles, 360
  • Ammonia-chlorine Water Treatment, 35
  • Blast-furnace Practice, 526
  • Boulder Dam Business, 526
  • Castings, Developments in American, 21)
  • Cellular Steel Breakwater at Calumet Harbour, 241
  • Chemical Engineering in America, 1(52
  • Chemical Treatment of Sewage. 35
  • Concreting the Wheeler Dam, 658
  • Desilting the Colorado River, 658
  • Dike Building by Hydraulic Dredges, 36»
  • Fatigue of Metals in Gearing, 360
  • Florida Ship Canal, 549
  • Foundation Work Rotating Caissons, 461
  • Iron and Steel, New Ideas in, 20
  • Joints in Concrete Pavements. 526
  • Lake Navigation in America, 102
  • Metallurgical Research in United States, 21)1
  • Modernisation of Rolling Mill, 464
  • Oil Engine Developments, Turbine and, 20
  • Oxygen Benoficiatmon for Blast-furnaces, 575
  • Power Transmission from Boulder Dam, 575
  • Pumping Stations in a Wet Tunnel, 464
  • Rolling Stock Development, 241
  • Rotating Caissons for Foundation 1Vork, 464
  • Self-unloader Steamer, Collier Converted into, 102
  • Sewage, Chemical Treat meat of, 35
  • Sewage Works for Chicago, 204
  • Turbine and Oil Engine Developments, 20
  • Wrought Iron in Modern Use, 658
  • ANALYSER, Differential, at Manchester University, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd.. 56, 82
  • Aspinall, Sir John A. F., TILE ENGINEER Pencil
  • Portrait No. 3, Supplement, October 18th, 1935
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
  • ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN (,EAR MAN VACTIMERS'
  • Gear Finishing by Crossed Axes Shaving,
  • R. S. Drummond (Taken from Iron Age), 149
  • ASSOLIATION, BRITISH CAST IRON RESEARCH :
  • Establishment of British Foundry School. (193)
  • ASSOCIATION. BRITISH ELECTRICAL AND ALLIED MANUFACTURERS' :
  • Annual Dinner, 557; V. Watlington Takes
  • Over Entire Management. (117)
  • AssocuiTtox. BRITISH ELECTRICAL AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES RESEARCH :
  • Electrical Research Laboratory at Perivale. 427, 430
  • ASSOCIATION. BRITISH ENOINEERs'
  • President Elected. William Reavell, (455). (481)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH GLIDING :
  • National Meeting at, Sutton Bank. near
  • Thirsk, 209
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS :
  • Windmill Drainage in the Bedford Level,
  • H. C. Darby, 75
  • ASSOCIATION, CEMENT AND CONCRETE :
  • Formation as Service and Research
  • Organisation, (573)
  • ASSOCIATION, COTTON RESEARCH :
  • British Silk Research Association's Amid-gantation, (429)
  • ASSOCIATION or CONSULTINU ENGINEKIts :
  • Annual Dinner, Report. (556)
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • Presidential Address, " Power in Steel
  • Works," .1. A. Thornton, 412
  • ASSOCIATION Or MINING ELECTRICAL ENGNEERS
  • Visit to Rugby Works of British Thomson Houston Company. Ltd.. 87
  • ASSOCIATION OF SECRETARIES OF TECHNICAL SOCIETIES IN GLASGOW :
  • Joint Syllabus of Technical Meetings. (428)
  • ASSOCIATION OF SUPERVISING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Mr. Harold Hobson Elected President, (169)
  • ASSOCIATION VOlt ADVANCEMENT OP SCIENCE.
  • BRITISH :
  • Meeting at Norwich, 240. 246, 270, 206, 312, 382
  • Form, Drift and Rhythm of the Continents, Professor W. W. Watts' Presidential Address, 246, 270
  • Section,. A and 0
  • Dielectrics at High Frequency, Dr. B. A.
  • Sharpe and B. J. O'Kane, 296
  • Lubrication, Discussion on, 382
  • Magnetic Qualities, Specification. of, Dr L.
  • G. A. Sims, 297
  • Surges in Transmission Lines and Transformers, Dr. J. L. Miller, 297
  • Section (7
  • Applications of Oil Engines to Coastal
  • Shipping, Dr. S. J. Davies, 296
  • Earth Pressures, Report of Committee on, 314
  • Fen Drainage, Problems in, Major R. G.
  • Clark, 271
  • Fundamental Dimensions in Electrical
  • Science, Sir James Henderson, 314
  • Inland Water Survey, Report of Committee on, 314
  • Noise, Report of Committee on, 271
  • Redundant Structures, Method of Solving.
  • Professor R. V. Southwell, 270
  • Science and Road Traffic, Discussion, 312; (Leading Article, 323)
  • Stability of Structures, J. S. Wilson's
  • Presidential Address, 240, 270
  • Stresses in Overstrained Materials. Report
  • of Committee, Presented by Dr. J. C.
  • Docherty, 270
  • Television, Present Position of, Capt. A. 0.
  • D. West, 271, 302
  • ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE,
  • BRITISH :
  • Blackpool Meeting. 1036, President Sir
  • Josiah Stamp. (647)
  • ENOINEERS. GERMAN CIRCLE :
  • Development of Modern Road Transport,
  • Diesel Engine in Germany. Dr.-Ing. L.
  • Hausfelder, (494)
  • Modern Methods of Gliding and Soaring,
  • Robert Kronfeld, 531
  • Progress in the Control and Governing of
  • Engines and Air Compressors during
  • the Last Fifty Years, Herr Ihp1.-Ing.
  • Proell and Herr Ober.-Ing. H. M. Meier-Mattern, (411)
  • INsTITt10 DE LA METALURGIA V DE LA
  • MECANICA :
  • Formation of Association for Fixing
  • Standards in Spain, (267)
  • INSTITUTE, BATTELLE MEMORIAL :
  • Properties of Copper-alloyed Grey and
  • Malleable Cast Iron, Research Work on, (91)
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL
  • Autumn Meeting at Manchester. (Programme, 189). 300. 324, 354
  • Presentation to Mr. 0. C. Lloyd. 301
  • Fatigue Properties of Patented Steel
  • Wires Note on Effect of Low-tempera•
  • turn Heat Treatment, Mr. Gill and Dr.
  • Goodacre, 325
  • Flow of Metals. Use of Hcle-Shaw Apparatus in Investigation of, A. M. Herbert
  • and Professor F. C. Thompson. 354
  • Sixth Report on Heterogeneity of Steel
  • Ingots, 324
  • Waste Heat Boilers in Open-hearth Prac-
  • tice, Report by Open-hearth Committee, 354
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ExECUTIVeS
  • Progress of Work, 107
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDRY:MI, :
  • Annual Convention at Sheffield, 34, 72
  • Council's Annual Report, 34
  • Automobile Castings, German Ironfoundry
  • Practice in, H. A. Geisler, 73
  • Casting*, Strickle Moulding of Large, H.
  • Fabre and H. Dubois, 73
  • Castings, W. Ntachin and M. C. Oldham, 73
  • Cast Iron Test Results, Relationship in,
  • G. L. Harbach, 73, 251
  • " Edward Williams " Lecture, Man and
  • Metal, Sir William Lerke, 35
  • German Ironfoundry Practice in Automobile Castings, H. A. Geisler, 73
  • Ingot Moulds, Some Notes on, Dr. T.
  • Swindon and G. R. Bolsover, 72, 100
  • Presidential Address, Twenty-five Years
  • of Cast Iron, J. E. Hurst, 34
  • Refractories for Foundry Use, W. J. Rces, 72
  • Sand Problems in a Brassfoundry, F.
  • Howitt, 72
  • Steel Castings, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 73
  • Steel Castings, Research on, Professor J. H. Andrew, 73
  • Steel Castings, Temperature Gradients in
  • Production of, G. A. Batty, 73
  • Strickle Moulding of Large Castings, H.
  • Fabre and H. Dubois, 73
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Modern Methods of Welding, C. H. Davy. (403)
  • INSTITUTE: OF CHEMIsTR V
  • Royal Charter Celebrations, 43
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL :
  • Annual Dinner. Report, (411)
  • Development of Coal Hydrogenation,
  • Kenneth Gordon, 568, 576, 604
  • Meleliett Lecture, Progress of !ohm.]
  • Combustion Engine and its
  • H. R. Ricardo, 433
  • Proposed Fuel Luncheon Club, 499
  • Speech by Sir John Cadman at Fuel
  • Luncheon Club, 583
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Development of Cross-Channel Steamers,
  • Maurice E. Denny, 401
  • Measurement of Torque and Thrust in
  • Ships, V. W. H. Towns, 523
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Annual Meeting at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 99, 274. 286, 330, 342
  • Autumn Lecture, Metal Melting : Its
  • Effect upon Quality, Dr. ff. W.
  • Brownsdon, 274, 277. 286
  • Age Hardening of Nickel-silicon Copper
  • Alloys, Dr. C. H. M. Jenkins and E. H. Bucknall, 330
  • Bronzes, Properties of some Special, Professor Hanson and M. A. Wheeler, 330
  • Elongation of Lead. Note on Effect of
  • Interrupted Straining, J. C. Chaston, 342
  • Magnesium, Corrosion between Discontinuous Oxide Coatings, with Special
  • Reference to, K. G. Lewis and U. R
  • Evans, 342
  • Magnesium Alloys, Protection Against
  • Corrosion, H. Sutton and L. F. Le. Brocq, 343
  • Metal Losses in Melting Brass and other
  • Copper Alloys, Dr. Maurice Cook, 330
  • Nature of Creep under Stresses Produced
  • by Pure Flexure. An Investigation of, 14. J. Tapsell and A. E. Johnson, 342
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • Formation of Midland Area Local Section, (91)
  • Local Section Formed at Birmingham, (541)
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT
  • Application of Heavy Oil Engines to Railway Transport. C. E. Fairburn, (541)
  • Brancker Memorial Lecture, " Air Transport in Great Britain : Some Problems
  • and Needs," Lieut.-Col. F. C. Shelmerdine. (403)
  • Congress at Birmingham, 1936, (65)
  • Diploma in Road Transport, (193)
  • Presidential Address, Progress in Coordination of Transport in Great Britain,
  • Sir Cyril W. Hurcomb, 393
  • Road Traffic Act, Sir Cyril Hurcomb, (647)
  • Town and Country Road Passenger Services, Lieut.-Colonel A. W. C. Richardson, 611
  • I NsTITVTIoN OF ACTOMoltILE ENGINEERs
  • Annual Dinner and Dance, (440)
  • Fourth Annual Report of Research and
  • Standardisation Committee, 209
  • Iron and Steel Industry and Motor
  • Industry, A. Williamson, (513)
  • Report of Research and Standardisation
  • Committee on Brake Squeak, :393
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
  • Abstract of Presidential Address, Sewage
  • Disposal. J. D. Watson. 476
  • The Journal to be Published Monthly, 499
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEEIts :
  • Cancellation of Belgium Summer Meeting, (11)
  • Heating System of Institution to he
  • Renewed, (403)
  • Measurement of Large Supplies of Electrical Energy, W. Casson and A. H. Gray, 657
  • Modern Developments in Railway Signalling, Major L. H. Peter, 591
  • Overseas Conversazione, 80
  • Presentation by Col. R. E. B. Crompton of
  • his Portrait in Oils, (455)
  • Presidential Address. J. M. Kennedy, 458; (Leading Article, Electricity Supply, 457)
  • Running of Oil Engine Electric Paddle
  • Boat " Talisman," G. A. Inglis, (673)
  • Standardisation of Impulse Voltage Testing, Dr. T. E. Allibone and F. R. Perry, 549
  • Meter and Instrument Section
  • 0. Howarth Elected Chairman, (377)
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Presidential Address. Coal, Power and
  • Smoke, Sir Frank E. Smith. 640
  • Sir Frank E. Smith, President, 1035-36, (293)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS. SOUTH AFRICAN :
  • A Comparison between Steam and Electric
  • Winders. A. Lindley, 7
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, NORTH-EAST COAST :
  • .Jubilee Celebrations, Historical Survey, 31; Jubilee Celebrations, 31, 94, 120;
  • Social Functions, 120
  • Cargo Ship and Tanker Development
  • during Fifty Years, John McGovern, 94
  • Citizens Lecture. " Ships Through the
  • Ages," Sir AVeatcott Abell, 120
  • Coaster Development during Past Fifty
  • Years, F. W. Dugdale, 95, 153
  • Developments in Construction of Ships (luring Fifty .1. Denham Christie.
  • John 'McGovern, and F. W. Dugdale, 94
  • Liner Development during Fifty Years, J.
  • Denham Christie, 94
  • Marino Boiler Development in Past Fifty
  • Years, T. McPherson, 120
  • Marine Oil Engine Development during th"
  • Past Fifty Years, K. 0. Keller, 120
  • Marine Steam Turbine Development during
  • the Past Fifty Years, R. J. 'Walker. 120
  • Recent. Developments in Electrical and
  • General Engineering, M. G. S. Swallow, 120, 127
  • Reciprocating Marine Steam Engines
  • during Past Fifty Years, Summers
  • Hunter, Junr-. 120
  • INSTITUTION OF ENOINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERs, NORTH-EAST COAST :
  • .1. T. Batey on Government's Scrap and Build " Sehetne, (455)
  • Relation of Fatigue to Modern Engine
  • Design, W. S. birn. 21. 48
  • INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN. ROYAL :
  • Dewar Research Fellowship Awarded to
  • Mr. A. R. Ubhclohdo, (109)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENOINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND
  • Electrification of Glasgow District Subway,
  •  %V. R. Bruce, 674. 082
  • Presidential Address, Progress of Shipbuilding, Professor P. A. Hillhouse, 409
  • INSTITUTION OF HIGHWAY ENGINEERS
  • Appointment of Secretary, A. T. Hobbs, (304)
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENO1NEERS :
  • Scrapping Old Wagons for New Wagons.
  • Duncan Bailey, (647)
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, 419
  • Presidential Address, Adventure. Colonel
  • A. E. Davidson, 500
  • Combined Alternating Stresses. Dr. H.
  • J. Gough and H. V. Pollard, 484; (Leading Article, 483)
  • Damping Influences in Torsional Oscillation, Dr. James F. Shannon, 677; (Loading Article, 649)
  • Technical -Peculiarities of the French Liner
  • " Normandie," Jean Marie, 531
  • Utilisation of Cfeep Test Data in Engineering Design, R. W. Bailey, 592 : (Leading
  • Artie) . 569)
  • Thomas Hawksley Lecture, Muscles and
  • Nerves : The Maintenance of Posture.
  • the Development of Power and Transmission of Messages in the Body," Professor A. V. Hill. 598
  • North-II-Meru Branch
  • Annual Dinner Report. (632)
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY
  • Visit to General Electric Company's
  • Research Laboratories, 10
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVEL ARCHITECTS
  • Retention of Mr. R. W. Dana while Obtaining Secretary. (117)
  • Appointment of Mr. G. V. Boys as Secretary. 419
  • Awards of Scholarships for 1935, (429)
  • INSTITUTION OF SANITARY ENGINEERS :
  • President for 1936, G. T. Cotteroll, (455)
  • SOCIETE DES INGENIEUR8 CIVILS DE FRANCE
  • Technical Peculiarities of French Liner
  • " Normandie," Jean Marie, 531
  • SOCIETE FRANCAISE DES ELECTRICIENS:
  • Silver-gilt Medal to Commemorate Birth
  • of Gaston Plinth% (117)
  • SOCIETY. EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL :
  • Proposed Walker Memorial Lecture, (567)
  • SOCIETY, ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING :
  • Formation of Library, (621)
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEMENT :
  • Conference at Bristol, (193)
  • SOCIETY. NEWCOMEN
  • Presidential Address, Germs and Development of some Mechanical Inventions,
  • C. F. Dandy Marshall, 491
  • SOCIETY. PYHSICAL
  • Seventh Annual Craftsmanship and
  • Draughtsmanship Competition. (321)
  • SOCIETY. WHIMORTH
  • Summer Meeting, Report 1
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS. ROYAL :
  • Albert Medal. I9:35, Awarded to Sir Robert
  • Hadfield, F.H.S.,
  • Organisation of Transport, Frank Pick, 619
  • Retirement of Mr. 0. K. Menzies, 10
  • SOCIETY OF BRITISH AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTORS :
  • Fourth Display at Hendon, 1
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • High-pressure Boilers and Black Smoke,
  • W. A. Damon, (513)
  • Modal Awarded to Dr. E. F. Armstrong. (11)
  • Medallist Address, The Past, the Present,
  • and the Future, Dr. E. F. Armstrong, (11)
  • Problems of River Pollution, Dr. Parker, 599
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • Theoretical Strength of Materials and their
  • Practical Weakness, Sir William Bragg, 150
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS,
  • AMERICAN :
  • Mechanical Properties of Matter. 1.
  • Langmuir, 201
  • Research on Cutting Fluids, (169)
  • SOCIETY or MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND
  • TRADERS :
  • Monthly Report, Registered Motor
  • Vehicles, Statistics. 81
  • SOCIETY OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS AND MARINE
  • ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :
  • Authors Present Papers in Abstract Form
  • of 200 Words, (595)
  • AUTO-TRUCKS, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 506
  • Axle, Special Cambering, Marshall, Sons and
  • Co., 506
  • Axle Brasses, Boring Machine for, George
  • Richards and Co., Ltd., 99

B

  • BANANA-CAR R Y INt l Steamer. " Jamaica
  • Producer," Lit ligows, Ltd., 164, 188
  • Batteries, Life of Storage, (481)
  • Batteries, Nife Nickel-cadmium Alkaline,
  • Batteries, Ltd., Suppl.. 2O*.9.35, iii
  • Beacons for Penetration of Fog, 8interae, Ltd., 375
  • Belt Drive Mechanism, l'earn's Autoflex
  • Drives, Ltd., 371
  • Belt Tightener, Automatic, l'earn's Autoflex
  • Drives, Ltd., 522
  • Benzolo Production in Germany, (673)
  • Bicycle Sales at Olympia Show, (647)
  • Binoculars, Barr and Stroud, Ltd., Suppe.. 13.9.35, i
  • Birmingham Technical College. Prizes Distributed by Sir Harold Hartley, 499
  • Board of Education, Awards for 1936, Conditions Published for Royal and Whitworth
  • Scholarships. (91)
  • Board of Trade Returns. 1935, 283
  • BOILERS :
  • Boiler, " Thermax " Vertical Water-tube,
  • Ruston and Hornsby. Ltd., 537
  • Boiler, Velox Hot Water, E. S. Dean, 203
  • Boiler Feed Water Regulator, Debbie
  • McInnes and Clyde, Ltd., 315
  • Boiler-house Equipment at a Brewery.
  • Bennis Combustion Company, 220, 228
  • Boiler Mountings. Hopkinsona Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, vii
  • Boiler Plate. Failure Due to Chemical
  • Embrittlement , 462
  • Boiler Scalers, F. Oilman (13.8.T.), Ltd., 371
  • Boilers at Zinc Works, Coal, Oil and Gas-fired,
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 62, 63
  • Cochran-Kirke Return-tube Boiler, 48
  • Drum, Fusion-welded Water-tube Boiler,
  • .John Thompson (Wolverhampton), Ltd.. 401
  • " Kvtiksteam " Boiler, Constructional Engineering Company. Ltd., 298
  • Marine Boilers for Orient Line's Steamship
  • " Orion," High-pressure, Babcock and
  • Wilcox, Ltd., 215
  • Stoker, Coking, Bennis Combilmtion, Ltd.. 374
  • Thimble-tube Boiler, Clarkson, l3abcock and
  • Wilcox, Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35. x
  • Water-tube Boiler, Standard Marine, Bab•
  • cock and Wilcox. Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35. x
  • Yarrow Boilers for Holland-Amerika Liner (541)
  • BRACKEN Cutter, " Collins " Power-operated,
  • W. Henderson and Co., 34
  • Brake Device, Bendix Power, 452
  • Brake Squeak, 393
  • Breakwater, Evolution of the, W. N. Elgood. 140
  • Breakwater at Calumet Harbour, Cellular Steel. 241
  • Breakwaters, Vertical Wall, Signor E. C. Cagli, 272
  • Brewery, Boiler-house Equipment at London,
  • Bennis Combustion Company. 220, 228
  • Brick Slabs, Tests on Reinforced. (267)
  • BRIDGES :
  • Arch, Birchenough Bridge, S. Rhoesia. t 'om -
  • pletion of Span, (11)
  • Auckland Harbour Bridge. Proposed, (403)
  • Balelutha Bridge, Otago, New Zealand, 142
  • Birchenough Bridge over Sabi River, Southern
  • Rhodesia, Opening of, 663
  • Bonnybridge Bridge, Electrically Operated
  • Steel Swing Bridge Replaces Timber
  • Bridge. (219)
  • Bridge between Denmark and Sweden, 453
  • Bridge over River Severn. Proposed. (377)
  • Causey Arch in Stanley, Co. Durham,
  • Scheduled an Ancient Monument, (91)
  • Clyde Bridge, filiulgow Corporation and Proposed, (219) (ionerete Arch Bridge over Esla River,
  • Spain. Longest in the World. (117)
  • Conway Bridge Condemned, 339
  • Forth Bridge, Proposed, 55. (65), 159. 209
  • Hardinge Bridge, Vagaries of River Gange:.
  • on, (243)
  • High-level Bridge over Clyde at Finnieston,
  • Glasgow, Commencement of, (143)
  • Humber Bridge Scheme. 107
  • Idaho Suspension Bridge Completed, (595)
  • Inverbervie Bridge, Longest. Reinforced
  • Concrete Bridge in Scotland. (169)
  • Lee Valley Bridges, Proposed Two, 531
  • Long Span Bridges, " Bridget," 223
  • BRIDGES (continued) :
  • Ludgate Hill Bridge, The Dean of St. Paul's
  • and. (513)
  • Omaha Bridge over Missouri River, 58
  • Pont du Carrousel. Paris, to be Replaced by
  • Wider Bridge, (117)
  • Railway Bridge over River Sava, Near
  • Zagreb, Competition for, (403)
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bridge, Progress of
  • Cantilever Bridge in East Ray, (481)
  • Severn Road Bridge, Cost of Proposed, 257, 663
  • Suspension Bridge Connecting Island of
  • Orleans and Quebec, (193)
  • Tay Bridge, Proposed, 55, (65)
  • Tower Bridge. Report on 'Working of, (513)
  • Triborough Bridge, New York City, Progress
  • on, (219)
  • Vaudreuil Rigid Frame Bridge, Province of
  • Quebee. 160, 170
  • Wandsworth Bridge, Rebuilding, 611, 637
  • Waterloo Bridge, Demolition of, 159, 648, 652 11'elded Steel Bridge in London, 309
  • BRIGHTON Town Council's Scheme for
  • Improvements on Front., (429)
  • British Chemical Standards, Report of Bureau
  • of Analysed Samples, Ltd., 637
  • British Commercial Policy, Survey of Federation of British Industries on, 107
  • British Oil Prospecting Licences, 531
  • British Science Guild, Eleventh Annual Norman
  • Lockyear Lecture, Calculus of Plenty, Sir
  • Josiah Stamp. 551
  • BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION
  • Handbook and Annual Report, 18
  • Specifications
  • Air Drying Insulating Varnish for Electrical
  • Purposes, 576
  • Aluminium Alloy Bars and Forgings (" Y "
  • Alloy); Aluminium Alloy Drop Forgings
  • for Pistons and Cylinder Heads (" Y "
  • Alloy), 218 250-Volt Cartridge Fuses, 658
  • Coal and Coke, Methods for Sampling and
  • Analyses of (Forthcoming Specification), 453
  • Coal Tar and its Products, Sampling of, 100
  • Cotton Tapes and Webbing for Electrical
  • Purposes. 576
  • Covered and Bare Rod Electrodes for Metal
  • Arc Welding, 658
  • Cyanides Suitable for Electro-plating, 292
  • Electric Arc Welding Plant, Rating of, 658
  • Emulsions of Road Tar and of Road Tar-Asphaltic Bitumen Mixtures, 100
  • Grinding Wheels. 154
  • Identification of Pipes. Jac., in Buildings. 331
  • Micanite for Commutator Separators. 476
  • Portable Photometers, 331
  • Radio Interference Suppression Devices. 76
  • Reinforced Concrete Poles for Electrical
  • Transmission and Traction Supports. 22
  • Rivets for General Purposes, Small, 658
  • Signal Glasses and Lenses for Railway Purposes, 331
  • Standard Plugs and Sockets for Houses, 656
  • Standard Socket Outlet Adaptors. 22
  • Thermal Type Time Element Relays for Railway Signalling, 576
  • Tungsten Filament Electric Lamps. 22
  • White Pigments and Oil Pastes for Paints, 658
  • Wire Rope. Flexible Steel, 292
  • Wire Ropes for Engineering Purposes. 218
  • Wrought Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 100
  • BRITISH Timken, Ltd., Informal Dinner to
  • Meet Engineers from French Motor Works, (552)
  • Brush. Pneumatic Paint, Bromak Pneumatic
  • Paint Brush, Ltd., 227
  • Building Construction Method. Hoenig Building System, Ltd., 588
  • Building Research, Annual Report of Building
  • Research Board, 531
  • Buildings, Moving Complete Building from One
  • Site to Another, (550)

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  • CABLE between Australia and Tasmania.
  • Laying Submarine, (621)
  • Cables, Oil-filled Factory, J. Bibby and Sons,
  • Ltd., British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 575
  • Cadmium, Output of Metallic, (91)
  • Caissons, Sinking Foundation, Novel Method
  • Adopted in U.S.A.,. (122)
  • Caissons in New York, Sinking 80ft. Rotary. 615
  • Calculus of Plenty, Sir Josieh Stamp, 551
  • CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS :
  • Algoma Steel Expands, 684
  • Aluminium Plant at Amide, Quebec, 411
  • Bridge at New AVestminst‘ r. 438
  • Canada's Gold Drive, 438
  • Canadian Steel Works and Introduction of
  • Products, 522
  • Century of Railroading, 411
  • Electric Railways, 684
  • Empire Pacts Safeguarded, 684
  • Foundry Enlargement. 684
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Besuharnois, Additional Units for, 438
  • Hydro Developments, 684
  • Metal Mining and Smelting Industry,
  • Growth of, 438
  • Mineral Output Increased for First Six
  • Months of 1935, (438)
  • Montreal Harbour Contracts, 438
  • Nickel Research Laboratory, Plans for, 522
  • Railway Equipment, 411
  • State of Business, 411
  • St. John Harbour Berths, 411
  • Streamline Engines, 684
  • Tin-plate Rolling Mill. 411
  • CANALS:
  • Canal from Jacksonville to Port Inglis, Proposed, (267)
  • Canal to Connect Baltic with Volga, Enlargement of " Maryinsky Waterway " to be
  • Enlarged, (143)
  • Cape Cod, 378. 380, 395
  • CANALS (continued)
  • Florida Ship Canal, 549
  • Grand Union Canal, Improvements to, (621)
  • Juliana Canal, Opening of Netherlands
  • Waterway, 283
  • Minwhester Ship Canal, Jubilee of Passitge of
  • Act for, (169)
  • Manelkester Ship Canal, Portrait Plaque
  • Unveiled of Daniel Adamson, (673)
  • Manchester Ship Canal Company to Construri
  • Three Miles of Railway. (621)
  • Panama Canal and Size of Ships Passing
  • Through Existing Locks, (621)
  • Royal Military Canal, Romney Marsh, Disposed of, (321)
  • Rye Canal, History of, (429)
  • Suez Canal, Receipt for Period October 1st
  • to October 13th. 1935, (403) : Statistics of
  • Tonnages Passing Through. 663; Toll
  • Charges in Sterling, (39); Traffic. Increases, (621)
  • CATALOGUES, 26. 80, 132, 178, 202. 278, 334. 360, 440, 494, 578, 604, 656, 682
  • Catalogues, Request by City Librarian.
  • Coventry. (44)
  • Cellulose, Italian Experimental Station for, (143)
  • Cent refuge, Totally Enclosed High-capacity
  • Super, Super Centrifugal Engineers. Ltd.. 317
  • Chaff ('utter. Improved. William Foster and
  • Co.. Ltd., 9
  • Chlorinators. lee and Effect on Operation of, (11)
  • Chrome-hardening to Wearing Part of Oil
  • Engines, R. A. Lister and Co.'s Experiments
  • with. (595)
  • Clay Cutter, " Stag," Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd.. 538
  • Clock, Willis " World Clock," 48
  • Clock Controller, " Comet," Horstmann Gear
  • Company, Ltd., 563
  • Cloudburst and Effect on Ovada Dam in Piedmont, (193)
  • Clutch, Simple Improved, David Brown and
  • Sons (Hudd.). Ltd., 517
  • COAL AND COKE
  • Bunker Coal Testing at Fuel Research
  • Station, (621)
  • Coal, Petrol from. 393
  • Coal and Navy, Statistics. (169)
  • Coal-carrying Vessels for Fulham Po, er
  • Station, (647)
  • Coal Distillation Plant at Tipton, 365
  • Coal Face Machinery Exhibition at iiitIgley
  • Hall, Birmingham, (243), (293)
  • Coal Hydrogenation. Development of, Kenneth Gordon, 568, 576
  • Coal Hydrogenation Plant at Billingham to
  • be Opened by Mr. Ramsay MacDonald. (353), 393
  • Coal Hydrogenation Plant at
  • K. Gordon, 568, 576, 604
  • Coal Imports of France, 581
  • Coal Mines Reorganisation Commission and
  • Effect on Pits, (490)
  • Coal Output of Great Britain in First Week of
  • December. (673)
  • Coal, Power and Smoke, Sir Frank E. Breit h. 640
  • Coal Production in Great Britain, (647)
  • Coal Purchase at Polesworth, Staffs., by
  • L.M.S. Coal will Not be Mined, (567)
  • Coal Shipment Equipment at Llanelly,
  • North Dock, (267)
  • Coal Shipments from Tyno Dock. S. Shields, (673)
  • Coal Shortage Leads Edinburgh Corporation
  • to Purchase Power from Highland and
  • Galloway Hydro-electric Schemes, (621)
  • Coal verses Oil Firing, H. L. Pine, (647)
  • Coke-oven Plant at Monkton-Jarrow, (567)
  • Coke Ovens Erected at Brancepeth Colliery,
  • Wellington, (192)
  • Cost of Coal Production, Minister of Mines on, (455)
  • Drying of 1Vashed Coals, (621)
  • Greaford Colliery, Area to be Explored, (621)
  • Italian Coalmines Institute, Formation of, 133
  • Lignite Coal of Northern Ontario Fields to be
  • Tested, (39)
  • Mine Timber, Preservation of. 419
  • National Coal Convention, London. 1935, (481)
  • National Coal Resources, Our. 445
  • National Consumption of Coal, 597
  • North Gawber Colliery Disaster, 283
  • Preservation of Mine Timber, 419
  • Runaway Tub Arrester. Hadfields, Ltd., 19
  • " Safety Hats " in Coal Mines. (39)
  • Safety in Mines, Royal Commission
  • Appointed, 637
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Annual
  • Report of, 209
  • South Wales Coalfield, Geophysical Survey
  • in, 226
  • Treatment of Coal, 431
  • World's Production of Coal, 1934, (143)
  • COLLOIDAL Degreasants, Industrial Colloids,
  • Ltd., 521
  • Commercial Chemical Solvents. Factory at
  • Bromborough Port, Cheshire, (187)
  • Compass, Torque Suspension. Dobbie. McInnes
  • and Clyde. Ltd., 316
  • Compass, " Unit," John Utley and Son, Ltd., 345
  • COMPRESSORS, AIR, GAS AND STEAM
  • Compr. ssor, Air, Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 535
  • Compressor. " Crawl-Air," Ingersoll-Rand
  • Co., Ltd., 506
  • Compressor, Motor-driven Air, Lacy-Hulbert
  • and Co., Ltd., 535
  • Compressor. P.10 B.E.N. Portable, G. Cohen.
  • Sons and Co., Ltd., 565
  • Compressor, Portable, Atlas Diesel Company.
  • Ltd., 507
  • Compressor, Portable Air-cooled, Lead Wool
  • Company, Ltd., 587
  • Compressor, Portable, Oil-engine-driven Air.
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., 535
  • Compressor, Single-cylinder, Motor-driven.
  • Haslam Foundry and Engineering Com
  • pany, Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35, iii
  • COMPRESSORS, AIR, GAS AND STEAM (coo t tical) :
  • Compressor. Steam-driven. .1. and E. Hall.
  • Ltd.. Suppt., 13.9.35, iii
  • Compressor, " Supalight " Portable, Broom
  • and Wade. Ltd.. Suppt„ 13.9.35, iv
  • Compressor. Two-cylinder CO, Httslam
  • Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 13.9.35, iii
  • Compressor. Two-stage Double-acting Air,
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35, xi
  • Compressor, Two-stage. Motor-driven Air,
  • J. Browett Lindley (1931), Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35, iv
  • Compressor, Two-stage Portable Oil-engine-driven Air, Air Pumps, Ltd., 536
  • Compressors, Air, Tilghman's Patent Sine!
  • Blast Company. Ltd.. 401
  • Compressor, Portable Lightweight 1'e t
  • engine-driven Air, Air Pumps, Ltd.. 536
  • Compressors, Reavell and Co.. Ltd., 590
  • Compressors, Rotary Air. Hick, Hargreaves
  • and Co., Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35, ii
  • Compressor, Rotary Water-cooled. Reavell
  • and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35. xi
  • Compressors, Two-stage Air-cooled, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Ltd., 506
  • Compressors for Activated Sludge Sewage
  • Disposal Plant at Davyhulme. Reavell and
  • and Co., Ltd.. 109, 118
  • CONCRETE :
  • Concrete, Controlled. Jaeger Truck Mixers (England), Ltd., 36
  • Concrete, Firecrete," Lightweight Refractory, (243)
  • Concrete Breakers, Atlas Diesel Company.
  • Ltd., 507
  • Concrete for Building of Dams, Report by Dr.
  • N. Davey, 81
  • Concrete Mixer, Pegson " Counter Current," 563
  • Concrete Mixer. 7:5 Cubit. Foot " Kelpie."
  • Liner Concrete Machinery Company, 587
  • Concrete Mixer, 14/10 N.T., Millers'
  • Machinery Company, Ltd., 587
  • Concrete-mixing Machinery. Winget. Ltd., 589
  • Concrete Track Bed on American Railway. (595)
  • Reinforced Concrete Products Factory for
  • Liverpool, (293)
  • CONTRACTS and Orders, 54, 106, 132, 158, 182, 204, 232. 282, 304, 334, 360, 392, 418.
  • .526, 552, 578, 604, 636. 688
  • Cooling Plant for Ditton Laboratory, Gifts by
  • Fruit Growers of Kent and J. and E. Hall,
  • Ltd.. (39)
  • Cooling Tower at Northampton, Hyperbolic,
  • L. G. Mouchel and Partners, 192 (Two-page
  • Supplemeot, .4 ugust 23rd. 1935)
  • Co-operative Profit-sharing. Trading Results
  • for 1934, 663
  • Copier. Continuous Photo-, E. N. Mason and
  • Sons, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, xii
  • Copier, " Hall-Mark," B. J. Hall and Co., Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 20.9.35, viii
  • Copying Machine, Casella and Co., 550
  • Copper and Prevention of Carburising. (267)
  • Copper Tube Plates, Drilling, 58, 59
  • Core-blowing Machine, Coleman Foundry
  • Equipment Company, Ltd., 316
  • Core-making Machine, Fordath Engineering
  • Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, v
  • Cornish Engines Preservation Fund, 469
  • Corrosion-fatigue in Colliery Ropes, S. M. Dixon
  • and Dr. M. A. Hogan, 436
  • Cotton Picking Machine, (381)
  • Coupling Device for Coupling Power Delivered
  • by Exhaust Turbine to Power Supplied by
  • Reciprocating Steam Engine, (321)
  • Crane, Steam Travelling, Thomas Smith and
  • Sons (Rodley), Ltd., 600
  • Crane for Persia, 2-ton. R. H. Neal and Co.,
  • Ltd., 463
  • Credit and Industry. J. Gibson Jarvis. 81
  • Creosote, Revenue on Tees by Importation of, (647)
  • Crusher, " Shearer " Double-action Jaw, Hadfields, Ltd., 536
  • Crushers, Patent Lightning Crusher Company,
  • Ltd., 563
  • Crystal Palace, Reception by Trustees, (106)
  • Cultivator, Fishleigh Rotary. Fishleigh Cultivator Company, 33
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, Weekly
  • Cutter, Multi-curve, Multi Curve Cutter Company. Ltd., 401

D

  • DAIRY Appliances. Alfa Laval Company. Ltd.. 32
  • Dairy Industry, Cleansing of Tin-lined Steel and Copper Vessels. (219)
  • DAMS
  • Boulder Dam Project, Dedication by President Roosevelt. (377)
  • Dam, El Kamera. Morocco, 236, 244
  • Dam for Proposed Lady Bower Reservoir at
  • Dement, Contract Placed for, (455)
  • Dam on San Juan River, Proposed, (567)
  • Dams, Single-arch Masonry, George Bransby
  • Williams, 420, 470
  • Dams, Trial Load Analyses of Curved Concrete, Ivan E. Houk, 2, 3, 28. 40
  • Grand Coulee Dam, Construction of Western
  • Section, (647)
  • Masonry Dams, Single-arch. George Bransby
  • Williams, 420, 470
  • kVaterbury Dam, N. Vermont, (39)
  • Wheeler Dam Nearing Completion, (293)
  • DEJECTOR for Boiler Plants, Kennicott
  • Water Softener Company, Ltd., 264
  • De-scaling Heat-treated Parts by Electro-chemical Process. (541)
  • Diamonds from Vaal River, (65)
  • Die Sinking Attachment. Hydraulie. G. H.
  • Alexander Machinery, Ltd., 357
  • Differential Analyser at Manchester University,
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company,
  • Ltd., 56. 82
  • Discharge Lamp, Philips Lamps, Ltd., 410
  • Dock at Saint Nazaire, Construction. 581
  • Dock Extension at Cape Town, 218
  • Dock Scheme at Glasgow, 27
  • Docks, Cape Town, 525
  • Douglas Social Credit. 173
  • Drainage Scheme for Garnock Valley, (91)
  • Drawing-office Equipment, B. J. Hall and Co..
  • Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, viii
  • Drawing-office Equipment, E. N. Mason and
  • Sons, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, xi
  • Drilling Copper Tube Plates, 58, 59
  • Drilling Holes in Bearing Plates of Clocks,
  • Method of, (377)
  • Drive, Variable-speed Machine, Crofts (Engineers), Ltd., 490
  • Drive, Vertical, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., 65.5
  • Dryer, Continuous Oil-fired, Stothert and Pitt,
  • Ltd., 586
  • Drying Machinery. Spooner Dryer and Engineering Company, Ltd., 167
  • Dynamics of Sea Waves, Work of Committee of
  • International Congress of Navigation, 269
  • Dynamometer, Rothawsted, 341
  • Dynamometers for Agricultural Research, .1. S.
  • Wilson, 340, 366, 394

E

  • EARTH, Crust of the. Professor W. V. Watts, 246
  • Economic Changes during the Years 1905 1935,
  • Dr. D. Schindler's Address to Oerlikon Company at Annual General Meeting, 653; (Leading Article, 649)
  • Economics of Transport. R. S. Pitcher, (567)
  • Economiser, Gilled-tube. E. Green and Son,
  • Ltd., Suppt.. 20.9.35, xi
  • Education, British Technical, Sir H. Hartley. 499
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS (see also Scientific
  • Instruments)
  • Barton Power Station Extensions, (321)
  • Brimsdown Power Station Explosion. (276)
  • British Thomson-Houston Works, Rugby,
  • Visit to, 87
  • Central Electricity Board's Activities, 133
  • Condenser for Power Factor Correction.
  • Philips Industrial, .S'uppt., 20.9.35, i
  • Contacts, Electrical, G. Windred, 222
  • Dalmarnock Power Station. Extensions at, (169). (595)
  • D.C. Contactor, Electric Controller and
  • Manufacturing Company, 438
  • D.C. Timing Motor Starters, General Electric
  • Company. Ltd., 356
  • Distribution Board, Fused, English Electric
  • Company. Ltd., 574
  • Distribution of Electricity, 55
  • East Perth Power Station, Extensions to, 159
  • Electric Discharge Lamps, " Sieray," Siemens
  • Electric Lamps and -Supplies. Ltd.. 535
  • Electric Drill, " Enox," Fry's (London), Ltd.. (656)
  • Electric Driving. 184, 210, 234, 258, 284, 310;
  • Correction, (360)
  • Electric Gauges for Measuring Thickness of
  • Porcelain, Enamel. Paint. &c., General
  • Electric Company, Ltd., (603)
  • Electric Lamps, Experiments with Argon and
  • Rarer Gases in, (169)
  • Electric Lifts and Escalators, 0. C. Waygond, 428
  • Electric Lighting Plant at Wham Rectory.
  • Pangbourne, 657
  • Electric Miners' Lamp. Professor Wm.
  • Thornton, (647)
  • Electric Seam Welding Machines, Siemens
  • Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 1911
  • Electrical Contacts, G. Windred, 222
  • Electrical Energy, Measurement of Large
  • Supplies of, W. Casson and A. H. Gray, 657
  • Electrical Energy, World Consumption of, (414)
  • Electrical Generating Set, Clarke, Chapman
  • and Co., Ltd.. 33
  • Electrical Laboratory at Perivale, British
  • Electrical and Allied Industries Research
  • Association, 427, 430
  • Electrical Regulations for New Zealand, (349)
  • Electrical Resistance Alloy " Kanthal." (377)
  • Electrical Thermal Storage Cookers, General
  • Electric Company, Ltd., 463
  • Electrical Units, 606
  • Electrically Driven Plant fur Manufacture of
  • Silica Bricks, (427)
  • Electricity Commissioners. Official Returns.
  • Statistics for June, 1935, (65)
  • Electricity Commissioners, Official Statistics.
  • August, 1935, (267); September, 1935, (403); October, 1935, (541)
  • Electricity Generated from Coal, S. B.
  • Donkin, (647)
  • Electricity in Palestine, 257
  • Electricity Scheme for Cape Town, 200
  • Electricity Supply, J. M. Kennedy, 457, 458
  • Electrification of Lodz Industrial District,
  • Poland, (293)
  • Electrification Schemes in Japan. (403)
  • Electrification Scheme in Slovenia, (595)
  • Electro-magnet with Force of Attraction of 60 Tons between Pole Tips at Upsala University, (513)
  • Electromagnetic Tests for Work Hardening
  • Steel Wires, Dr. T. F. Wall. 260
  • Fault Locator for Overhead Lines, Warren.
  • A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.. 489
  • Flame-proof Electric Lighting Equipment.
  • George Ellison, Ltd., 357
  • Fuse Unit, Universal, English Electric Company, Ltd., 550
  • Generating Set. 18-kW Auxiliary, Crossley
  • Brothers, Ltd., .S'uppt., 20.9.35, ii
  • Generating Set, 60-kW Steam Engine-driven.
  • W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, xii
  • Generating Set.87 b.h.p. Marine Emergency,
  • J. and H. McLaren. Ltd., 318
  • Generating Stations, Extensions at Selected. 27
  • Generator of Huge Size, American Westinghouse Company. (11)
  • Grid for U.S.S.R., Proposed, (117)
  • Grid Supply for Port Sunlight, 283
  • Barns Hall Power Station Extensions, (673)
  • Impulse Voltage Testing, Standardisation of,
  • Dr. T. E. Allibone and F. R. Perry, 549
  • Industrial Sub-station Equipments, F. C.
  • Baumann, 121
  • Kearsley Power Station Extensions, (65)
  • Lighting Battery, Emergency, Batteries Ltd..
  • Suppt., 20.9.35. iii
  • Lister Drive Power Station Water Cooling
  • Towers Destroyed by Fire, (331)
  • Longest Oil-filled Cable Constructed by
  • General Electric Company, of Schenectady, ( 1 1 )
  • Magneto, Scintilla " Vertex.** 451
  • Magnetos of Rotating Armat are, British
  • Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 520
  • Motor, Tandem Lift, INlawdsley's Ltd., 372
  • Motor Starters, A.C., Allen West and Co.,
  • Ltd., 384
  • Motor Stator, Normand Electrical Company,
  • Ltd., 411
  • Motors, Fractional Horse-power Capacitator,
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 47
  • Motors, Fractional Horse-power, Bull Motors, Ltd., 655
  • Motors, Rubber-spring Cradle-mounted,
  • Power Contacts (Bat win), Ltd., Suppt.. 20.9.35, vii
  • Motors, Variable-speed British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 552
  • Overhead Line Protection, 379
  • Overhead Line System, Resistance to Earth of Towers of, 0. F. Tagg, 560
  • Power Station and Water Supply for Clairvivre Settlement. France, 238
  • Power Station at Clarence Dock, Liverpool. to be Duplicated, (377)
  • Power Station at Clifton Junction (Manchester) to be Converted into Factory for
  • Manufacture of Alloy of Metal Largely Composed of Magnesium, (293)
  • Power Station Extensions at Liverpool.
  • Norwich, and Portsmouth, (252)
  • Power Supply of Dunedin, N.Z., 620, 622
  • Power Transmission Line in Norway. Line
  • Suspended for 2.5 Miles over Mifjord, (673)
  • Rectifier Sub-stations, 515
  • tact ifiers, Metal, Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ix
  • Rectifiers, IN'elding and Battery Charging.
  • Philips Industrial, Suppt., 20.9.35, i
  • Relays for Protecting A.C. Circuits. Oerlikon
  • Company, 88
  • Resistance to Earth of Towers of an Overhead
  • Line System, G. F. Tagg, 560
  • Salt. River Power Station for Electricity
  • Scheme of Cape Town, 200
  • Sculcoates Power Station, Extensions at, 445
  • Shannon Power Scheme, Annual Report, 159
  • Sub-station of Pretoria Steel Works. Lay-out
  • of Plant of, F. C. Baumann, 121
  • Surge-proof Transformers, Ferranti, Ltd.. 630
  • Switch. " Sun-Vie " N'acuum, Sun-Vic Controls, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35. ix
  • Switchgear Reclosing Mechanism, Crompton
  • Parkinson. Ltd., 438
  • Synchronous Motors at Sewage Disposal
  • Plant at Davyhulme. Crompton Parkinson 810 h.p., 109, 118
  • Tap-changing Equipment for Transformers,
  • Hackbridge Electric Construction
  • Company. Ltd., 427
  • Tapping Live Distribution Lines. P. and B.
  • Engineering Company, Ltd.. 646
  • Transformer Works at Hayes. Visit to,
  • British Electric Transformer Company,
  • Ltd., 268, 274
  • Transformers, Hermetically Sealed, British
  • Electric Transformer Company, Ltd., 329
  • Trip Switches, Earth Leakage, A. Reyrolle
  • and Co., Ltd.. 47
  • Turbo-alternator at Bart on Power Station,
  • Record Set Up by, (219)
  • Two-part Tariffs for Electricity Supply,
  • Report by Federation of British Industries, 123
  • Voltage-regulating th'ar for Transformers,
  • C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 176
  • ELECTRO-PLATING Plant, Modern. James
  • Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., 574
  • Elimination of Smoke from Domestic Grate,
  • Coal Utilisation Council and Research on. (321)
  • Engine Indicator, Standard-Sunbury, E. S. L.
  • Beale and R. Stansfield, 617, 642. 667
  • Engineer in Transport. The. 195
  • Engineering and Ethics, 675
  • Engineering Uses of Rubber, B. D. Porritt, 644
  • Engineers, Professional and Industrial Distribut ion of, 173
  • Engineers' ('lob, Manchester. Twenty-first
  • Birthday Dinner, 393
  • Engineer's Ratchet Brace, Orie Hundred Years
  • Old, 45
  • ENGINES :
  • Aero Engines, Flying Tests of " Bristol "
  • Sleeve Valve, (293)
  • Air-starting Motor for Oil Engines, Williams
  • and James, Suppt- 241.9.35, xi
  • Axial 1Vobble-plate Engine, Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company, 571
  • Combustion Chamber for Paxman-Ricardo
  • Engine " Comet," 346
  • Decompression Device and N'alve Gear for
  • Oil Engines. W. H. Dorman and Co.. Ltd.. 508
  • Engine, 8,12 b.h.p., Single-cylinder Marine.
  • Ailsa Craig, Ltd.. 453
  • Engine, Four-cylinder Type, 0.1'. V. M. ,
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd.. 9, 10
  • Engine, Fowler-Sanders Six-cylinder, Compression-ignition, 8
  • Engine, Three-cylinder E.P.V. Totally
  • Enclosed. Vertical, Blackstone and Co.,
  • Ltd., 9
  • Engine Design. Relation of Fatigue to
  • Modern, W. S. Burn. 21, 48
  • Engines, Cornish Engines Preservation Fund, 469
  • Engines, Extended Expansion in Dr.
  • Edmund Giffen, 626
  • Engines, Oil, Paraffin, and Pet Bamfords, Ltd., 8
  • Engines. Progress of Internal Combustion
  • Engine and its Fuel, Dr. H. R. Ricardo, 433
  • Gas Engine, 2 h.p. Ruston-Hornsby, 371
  • Gas-engine-driven, 1 kW Lighting Set,
  • Grimoldby, Ltd., 371
  • Gas Engine Electric Generating Set, Kohler
  • and Co., Ltd., 37(1
  • Oil Engine, " Box," Blackstone and Co., Ltd.. 9. 10
  • Oil Engine. Campbell Cold-starting, Bryn
  • and Lahy (1928). Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, iv
  • Oil Engine, " C.F." Type. Ailsa Craig, Ltd., 376
  • Oil Engine. " Cub," Victor Oil Engines (Coventry), Ltd.. 426
  • Oil Engine Driving Generator and Compressor, 91, National Gas and Oil Engine
  • Company, Ltd., Suppt, 13.9.35, vi
  • Oil Engine for Twin-screw Motor Vessel
  • Dilwara," Barclay, Curle-Doxford 3000
  • s.h.p., Five-cylinder, Opposed-piston,
  • Barclay, Curie and Co.. Ltd.. 461). 461
  • Oil Engine for 260 h.p. Railcar, Six-cylinder
  • A.E.C.- Ricardo. 477
  • Oil Engine, Leyland " Cub " Light Six. 518
  • Oil Engine, Performance Curves of Leyland
  • Cub " Light Six, 518
  • Oil Engine Starter, '• Pnemno-St after,"
  • Tangyes. Ltd., 347
  • Oil Engine Tests. Plotting the Results of, E.
  • R. Briggs, 197
  • Oil Engine, Waukesha- Hesselman Type,
  • Waukesha Motor Company. 506
  • Oil Engine, 10 ewt. Lister-Pollock. R. A.
  • Lister and Co., Ltd., 376
  • Oil Engine. 6 b.h.p., High-speed, Crossley
  • Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ii
  • Oil Engine. 7 b.h.p., R. A. Lister and Co..
  • Ltd., 376
  • Oil Engine, 9 b.h.p. " D.B.'• Type, Vertical,
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 374
  • Oil Engine. 9 b.h.p. Heavy, .John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 345
  • Oil Engine, 10 b.h.p.. Paxman-Ricardo. 346
  • Oil Engine, Twin-cylinder, 12118 h.h.p.,
  • Ailsa Craig, Ltd., 376
  • Oil Engine, 12/35 b.h.p. Brooke-Ricardo,
  • Brooke Marine Construction Company,
  • Ltd., 453
  • Oil Engine, 14/16 b.h.p. Marine. R. A. Lister
  • and Co., Ltd.. 376
  • Oil Engine, 15-30 b.h.p. " O.P.V.." Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 374
  • Oil Engine. 18 b.h.p., Twin-cylinder, .John I.
  • Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.. 345
  • Oil Engine, 20 b.h.p., Mirrlees, Bickerton and
  • Day, Ltd., 346
  • Oil Engines, 20 b.h.p. and 50 b.h.p.. Mirrlees-Ricardo, 346
  • Oil Engine for Factory Locomotive. 20 h.p..
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 489
  • Oil Engine, 22/37 b.h.p., National Gas and
  • Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 425
  • Oil Engine, 24 b.h.p. Marine, Gleniffer
  • Engines, Ltd.. Suppt.. 13.9.35. ii
  • Oil Engine, 30 b.h.p.. Twin-cylinder, J. and H.
  • McLaren, Ltd., 318
  • Oil Engine. 30-36 h.h.p., Three-cylinder
  • Marine. Tangyes, Ltd., 347
  • Oil Engine. 36 b.h.p., Four-cylinder. Ruston
  • and Hornsby, Ltd.. 347
  • Oil Engine. 50 h.p.. Four-cylinder Vertical
  • C.I., International Harvester Company. 32
  • Oil Engine, 52 b.h.p., Three-cylinder. Ruston
  • and Hornsby. Ltd., 347
  • Oil Engine, 52 b.h.p. Vertical, Ruston and
  • Hornsby, Ltd., 537
  • Oil Engine, 53 h.h.p., Norris, Monty and
  • Gardners, Ltd., 572
  • Oil Engine, 54/70 b.h.p. Marine, John I.
  • Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.. 452. 453
  • Oil Engine, .55 b.h.p. " Atomic." Petters,
  • Ltd.. 344
  • Oil Engine, 55 b.h.p., Spring-injection.
  • Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 374
  • Oil Engine. 58/85 b.h.p.. William Beardmore
  • and Co., Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35. xi
  • Oil Engine. 60 b.h.p.. Paxman-Ricardo, 346
  • Oil Engine, 70/105 h.h.p. Marine. Davey.
  • Paxman and Co. (Colchester). Ltd.. 425
  • Oil Engine, 80 b.h.p. Horizontal. Ruston and
  • Hornsby. Ltd.. 537
  • Oil-engine-driven Showman's Road Locomotive. 80 h.p.. John Fowler and Co. (Leeds).
  • Ltd.. 99
  • Oil Engine. Dennis-Lanova Four-cylinder, 82
  • b.h.p., Dennis Brothers, Ltd.. 548
  • Oil Engine. 85 b.h.p., Five-cylinder. J. and
  • H. :McLaren, Ltd.. 33
  • Oil Engine. Thornycroft Four-cylinder. 85 b.h.p., 519
  • Oil Engine. Four-cylinder. 100
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd.. Suppt.. 20.9.35. i
  • Oil Engine, 100 b.h.p. Six-cylinder, W. H.
  • Allen. Sons and Co., Ltd.. Suppt, 13.9.35.
  • xii
  • Oil Engine. 100 b.h.p. Six-cylinder Marine,
  • Associated Equipment. Company, Ltd., 452, 453
  • Oil Engine, 100 b.h.p. Six-cylinder, Beardmore Diesels, Ltd.. 572
  • Oil Engine, Six-cylinder 1(12 h.h.p. Marine,
  • Norris, HentY and Gardners, Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35, v, 453
  • Oil Engine, 106 b.h.p. Six-cylinder, Ruston
  • and Hornsby. Ltd., 347, 425
  • Oil Engine, 120 b.h.p.. John I. Thornycroft
  • and Co., Ltd.. 345
  • Oil Engine, 120 b.h.p. Four-cylinder Vertical.
  • Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 347, 350
  • Oil Engine, 120 b.h.p. Medium-speed Three-cylinder, E.P.V., Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 374
  • Oil Engine. 120 b.h.p. Stellar, Lloyd and
  • Tekon Developments. Ltd.. 372
  • Oil Engine. Eight-cylinder 136 h.h.p. Rail
  • Traction. Norris. Henty and Gardners,
  • Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35, vi
  • Oil Engine for Tug " Turangi." Atomic, 145 b.h.p.. Petters Ltd.. 251
  • Oil Engine, 150 b.h.p. Five-cylinder. Ruston
  • and Hornsby. Ltd., 347
  • Oil Engine, 160 h.h.p. Four-cylinder Vis-a-vis
  • Remote Controlled. Brush Electrical Engi•
  • neering Company. Ltd.. 375
  • Oil Engine. 160 h.h.p. Six-cylinder. W. H.
  • Allen. Sons and Co.. 1.td.,Suppl.. 13.9.35, xii
  • ENGINES (continued)
  • Oil Engine, 175 b.h.p. Six-cylinder Henschel-Lanova, Henschel and Sohn, A.G., 547
  • Oil Engine, 200 b.h.p. Medium-speed, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 435
  • Oil Engine, 220 b.h.p. Six-cylinder M.A.N.,
  • George Spicer, 452. 453
  • Oil Engine, 225j250 b.h.p. Marine, %William
  • Beardmore and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35,
  • xi
  • Oil Engine, 240 b.h.p. National Gas and Oil
  • Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35, vi
  • Oil Engine, 240 b.h.p. Twelve-cylinder " V,"
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, ii
  • Oil Engine, 240 b.h.p. Vertical, Tangyes Ltd., 346, 350
  • Oil Engine. 264 b.h.p. Four-cylinder Hori•
  • zontal, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 347
  • Oil Engine, 300 b.h.p. Poppet Valve, Mirrlees.
  • Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 346, 350
  • Oil Engine, 320 b.h.p. Six-cylinder, Ruston
  • and Hornsby, Ltd., 347, 350
  • Oil Engine, Six-cylinder 330 b.h.p., Crossley
  • Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35,
  • Oil Engine, Eight-cylinder 400 b.h.p..
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, i
  • Oil Engine, 500 b.h.p. Twelve-cylinder " V."
  • Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester). Ltd., 346
  • Oil Engine, 730 b.h.p. Eight-cylinder, W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35.
  • xii
  • Oil Engine, 1800 b.h.p. Via-a-ria, Crossley
  • Premier Engines, Ltd., 174
  • Oil Engines. Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 589
  • Oil Engines. W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd., 508
  • Oil Engines, Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, ii
  • Oil Engines, F. Perkins. Ltd., 573
  • Paraffin Engine. " Handbilly " 7 4 b.h.p..
  • .John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.. 345
  • Petrol Engine, Albion 65 b.h.p., 520
  • Petrol Engine, Aston Martin Mark 2," 399
  • Petrol Engine, Bugatti " Straight-Eight."" 398. 399
  • Petrol Engine, Coborn Air-cooled, Kryii and
  • Lahy (1928), Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, iv
  • Petrol Engine, Dennis-Lanova Four-cylinder 82 b.h.p., Dennis Bros., Ltd.. 548
  • Petrol Engine, Hispano Suiza Twelve.
  • cylinder, 424
  • Petrol Engine, Jowett Car with Four-cylincler, 425
  • Petrol Engine, Lancia " Asturn " Eight•
  • cylinder, 424
  • Petrol Engine, " Light St raight -eight ."
  • Daimler Company, Ltd., 398. 399
  • Petrol Engine, Mastro " Car, Six-cylinder,
  • Trojan Ltd., 425
  • Petrol Engine, Riley V8. 424
  • Petrol Engine, Thornycroft Four-cylinder 80 b.h.p., 519
  • Petrol Engine. Twelve-cylinder 50 - 7 h.p.,
  • Rolls-Royce, Ltd., 398
  • Petrol Engine. Twin-cylinder. R. A. Lister
  • and Co.. Ltd.. 506
  • Petrol Engine. Wankealia Motor Company. 506
  • Petrol Engine. 1 # and 2 b.h.p. Box Type,
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 374
  • Petrol Engine, 24-3 h.p. " Coborn " Air-cooled, Kryn and Lahy. (1928). Ltd., 565
  • Petrol Engine, 35/70 b.h.p. Marine, Parsons
  • Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 452, 453
  • Petrol Engin , 100 b.h.p. Marine, Parsons Oil
  • Engine Company, Ltd.. 453
  • Petrol Engine, " 500 " .Merci.des-Benz. 399, 400
  • Petrol Engine-driven Generating Sets for Submarine Cable Service, Parsons Oil Engine
  • Company, Ltd.,227
  • Petrol-paraffin Egine for Caterpillar Carriage Excavator, Thomas Smith i,nd Sons (R odley ). Ltd., 565
  • Petrol-paraffin Engine, 36:50 b.h.p., .1ohu I.
  • Thornycroft and Co.. Ltd., 345
  • Scavenge Engine. 110 Blower. Petters
  • Ltd., 344
  • Silencer for Exhaust of Internal Combustion
  • Engines, C. G. Vokes, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35,
  • ix
  • Steam Engine. 90 b.h.p. Compound, .1.
  • Browett Lindley (1931). Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, iv
  • EPICYCLLC Test Gear. Report on Test of 1400 h.p., A. E. L. Chorlton, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 638. 664
  • Etcher. Electric " Engravex," Itunbaken Products, 681
  • Ethyl Acetate Production at Soviet Synthetic
  • Rubber Fact ory, (621)
  • Evolution of the Breakwater, W. N. Elgood. 140
  • Excavator, Five-eighth Yard Oil-engined,
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 5118
  • Excavator, " Pant her - Three-eighth Van!.
  • Priest man Brothers, Ltd., 589
  • Excavator, Quarter Yard " Rapid," R. H. Neal
  • and Co.. Ltd., 587
  • Excavator, Three-eighth Yard Four-purpose.
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 564
  • Excavator, Three - eighth Yard, Ruston -Bucyrus, Ltd., 508
  • Excavator, Two-Ten Single Bucket (Caterpillar
  • Carriage), Thomas Smith and Sons (Rodley
  • Ltd.. 565
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • Berlin Radio Exhibition Fire. (1931
  • British Engineering Manufacturers and New
  • Zealand Dairy Board Exhibition at Birmi“gharn, ( 91 )
  • British Freight Rolling Stock, Exhibition at
  • Euston of, 125
  • British Industries Fair. 1936, Applications for
  • Space. (22)
  • British Industries Fair, Extension of Engineering and Hardware Section, (455)
  • British Industries Fair, 1936. Foreign Buyers
  • to, (673)
  • B.I.F., 1937, Portion to be Housed at Earl's
  • Court Exhibition Buildings, (117)
  • Cardiff's Scheme for Public and Exhibition
  • Halls with Sports Arena. (293) 4 'nal Face Machinery Exhibitors Amociation,
  • Exhibition at Bingley Hall, Birmingham, (39)
  • EXHIBITIONS (continued) :
  • Commercial Motor Transport Exhibition
  • Opened by Captain Austin Hudson, 499
  • Commercial Motor Transport Exhibition, 486,499,517,545,571
  • Earl's Court Exhibition Ground, Revival of, 81
  • Electrodeposition Exhibition at Science
  • Museum, (39), 123
  • Empire Exhibition at Adelaide to Celebrate
  • South Australian Centenary, (455)
  • Empire Exhibition at Johannesburg, South
  • Africa, (117)
  • Exhibition of Scientific Aids to Management
  • Opened at British Industries House, (429), (464)
  • Ford Motor Exhibition, 438
  • Fuel Oil Burning Appliances, Private Exhibition Arranged by Shell -Mex and B.P., Ltd., 557
  • International Exhibition of Inventions at
  • Central Hall, Westminster, October 2nd, 1935, (18)
  • International Motor Car Show at Olympia, 398, 423, 451
  • Model Engineer Exhibition, Sir Josiah
  • Stamp to Open Exhibiticni, (193)
  • Model Engineer Exhibition, Seventeenth
  • Year, 334
  • Noise Abatement Exhibition, 13
  • Physical Society's Exhibition at Imperial
  • College of Science and Technology. 1936, (377)
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Congress and Exhibition, 1935, Papers to be
  • Read at Conference, 426
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, (11), 505, 535, 563, 586
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 8, 32
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia, 263 (Supplements,
  • September 13th, 1935); 298 (Supplenient,
  • September 20th, 1935); 314. 344, 350, 371, 401; (Leading Article, 295)
  • Travelling Exhibition of Pictures by Living French Artists Opened in Paris, (293)
  • EXPLOSIVES in 1934, Report of His Majesty's Inspectors on, 133

F

  • FACTORY Heating and Ventilating Plant, Ozonair, Ltd.. 317
  • Failure of Metals Under Stress, 483
  • Fan. Self-contained Reversible, Winsor Axon Fans, Ltd., 376
  • Fan Blades for Self-contained Reversible. Winisor Axis Fans. Ltd., 376
  • Federation of British Industries, Mission to Poland, 365, 557
  • Fettling Plant, " ITheelabrator," Tilghman's
  • Patent Sand Blast Company, Ltd.. 401
  • Filter, " Oil Bath," C. G. Vokes, Ltd., Suppt.. 20.9.35, ix
  • Filters. Fuel Oil, C. G. Yokes, Ltd.. 508
  • Filters, Oil, Stream Line Filter Company, Ltd.. 316
  • Fire Alarm, Novel, Alfred Graham and Co. Ltd.. 401
  • Fire and Sprinkler Testing Station at Elstree. (513)
  • Fire-fighting Appliances at Royal Agricultural
  • Society's Show, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd.. 34
  • Fire Prevention in Cargo Ships, 393
  • Fire-pump " Fire-fly," Clarke Chapman and Co., Ltd., 33
  • Fire-testing Station at Elstree, Fire Offices'
  • Committee, 557
  • Five-year Works Plan of Bristol Planning and
  • Works Committee, (673)
  • Flexible Shaft-driven Tool, Flextol Engineering
  • Company, Ltd.. 298
  • Flood Discharges. Intensities of, G. B. Williams. 533
  • Flooding in Don Valley, Scheme to Prevent, (595)
  • Flume Recorder, V.F., George Kent. Ltd.. 590
  • Fly Alighting on Iron Bar, Effect of Common
  • House, ( 11)
  • Fly-wheel for Rolling Mill, 41-ton High-speed.
  • Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., 654
  • Fog Flare at Cross Roads, (481)
  • Fog-penetrating Power of Interrupted Beam
  • of Light, (243)
  • Food Transport and Storage. Research in, 183
  • Foreign Trade Exchanges, France and, 581
  • Formaldehyde Manufacture from Natural Gas in
  • Russia, (117)
  • Forthcoming Engagements— Weekly
  • Foundry Appliances. Fordath Engineering
  • Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, v
  • Foundry at Rochester, 1Vinget's, Ltd.. 44
  • Foundry Equipment. Morgan Crucible Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ix
  • Foundry Plant, Constructional Engineering
  • Company, Ltd., 298
  • Foundry Problems, American. 474
  • Foundry Sand-conditioning Plant, August's.
  • Ltd., 314
  • Foundry School, Proposed British, 1
  • Foundry School at Birmingham, Proposed, (117), 393
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES
  • Aeroplanes, Small, 231
  • Artisan Movement, 181
  • Atlantic Air Services, 687
  • " Atlantique," Further Evidence on L'. 231
  • " Atlantique," Further Appeal by Underwriters Over L', 443
  • Battleships, 391
  • British Empire. Trade with, 231
  • Citroen, Late Monsieur Ancir6, 53
  • City Improvements in Paris, 157
  • Civil Aviation, 79
  • Coal and Lignite Production for Half-year, 131
  • Coal Distillation, 467
  • Coal Imports. 281. 581
  • Colonial Transport. 207
  • Colonial Works. 635
  • Construction Dock at St. Nazaire, 131, 581
  • Cruisers for French Navy, 157
  • Decorative Lighting, 443
  • Distressed Areas, 529
  • Economic Policy, 3;37
  • Economic Recovery Plan, 255
  • Electrical Engineering. 157
  • Engineering, 307
  • Engineering Tendencies, 391
  • Engineering Trades, 417, 661
  • Exhibition Works, 307
  • Export Trade, 207
  • Flood Protection. 391, 635
  • Flood Reservoirs, 363
  • Foreign Trade Exchanges, 581
  • Foreign Trade Facilities, 105
  • Franco-British Trade, 609
  • French Battleship " Dunkerque " to be
  • Floated Out of Construction Dock, 281
  • Goods Traffic, 79
  • Harbour Works, 337
  • Import Restrictions, 555
  • Industrial Decrees, 497
  • Industrial Difficulties, 609
  • Inventions, 281
  • Iron and Steel Production, 207
  • Labour Troubles, 181
  • Launch of French Cruiser " Marseilles," 105
  • Light Engineering, 609
  • Locomotive Explosion near Tenay, 157
  • Marcel Deprez Celebration, 635
  • Mechanical Cultivation, 363
  • Merchant Marine, 417
  • Metallurgical Congress, 467
  • Motor Car Industry. 131
  • Motor Fuels, 661
  • Motor Gliders, 307
  • Naval Construction, 25, 337
  • Naval Convoys, 687
  • Navy, The, 105, 497, 635
  • Navy Personnel, 255
  • " Normandie," 25
  • North American Air Route, 417
  • Ocean Seaplanes, 281
  • Petrol Substitutes, 105
  • Public Relief Works, 181
  • Public Service Vehicles, 661
  • Public Works, 131
  • Railway Deficits, 687
  • Railway Electrification, 391
  • Railway Model Exhibition, 555
  • Railway Organisation, 79
  • Railway Works, 609
  • Rhine Navigation, 231
  • Rhone Navigation, 497
  • Road Making, 255
  • Rolling Stock, 53
  • Sales Comptoir, 687
  • Shipbuilding, 25, 337, 581
  • Shipping, 79, 443
  • Shipping Costs, 555
  • Steel Comptoir, 555
  • Steel Situation, 529
  • Stratosphere Aeroplane, Official Trial of Farman, 181
  • Subterranean Water Supply, 255
  • Suppression of Quotas, 53
  • Trade Decline, 443
  • Trade Stagnation, 25
  • Trade with the British Empire, 231
  • Training Mechanics, 207
  • Vosges Tunnel, 417 1Vagon Builders' Union, 363
  • Women Engineers, 529
  • FRICTION Clutch, Handpiece with Multiple,
  • Flextol Engineering Company, Ltd., 298
  • Fruit Growers of California and Fight Against
  • Frost in Orange Groves, (481)
  • Fruit Trade of South Africa, Refrigeration
  • Plants by J. and E. Hall, Ltd., for, 583
  • Fuel, Modern Ways of Burning Solid, P. D.
  • Roberts, 573
  • Fuel Injection Equipment., C.A.V.-Bosch, Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 20.9.35, x
  • Fuel Oil Pump, Variable Delivery, Rotoplunge
  • Pump Company, Ltd., 300
  • Fuel Oil Tax, 133
  • Fuel Oils, Commercial Motor Users Association
  • and Duties on, (11)
  • Fuel Research, Progress of, 604
  • Fuel Research Station, Work of, Suppt., 20.9.35,
  • xii
  • Fuel Testing Engine, Shell-Mex and B.P., Ltd., 263
  • Furnace, Birlec-Detroit Rocking Arc Melting,
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, vii
  • Furnaces, Electric, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, vii
  • Furnaces, Electric, Wild Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 371
  • Furnaces, Forced Air, Wild Barfield Electric
  • Furnaces, Ltd., 372
  • Furnace, Forced Draught Coke-fired Crucible,
  • Kny, E. Cecil, 46
  • Furnaces, High-frequency Induction, S. Osborn
  • and Co., Ltd., 551
  • Furnaces, Metal Melting, Morgan Crucible Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ix
  • Furnaces, Oven and Muffle Gas, British Gas
  • Federation, 370
  • Furnaces for Carbonisation Process, Results of
  • Heating Gas and Electric, J. E. White, (625)

G

  • GAS " Grid " in West of Scotland, (321)
  • Gas Industry, Employment in, (647)
  • Gas Industry Support for B.I.F., (91)
  • Gauge Glass for High-pressure Boiler, Richard
  • Klinger, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, iii
  • Gear, Report on Test. of 1400 h.p. Epicyclic
  • Test., W. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 638
  • Gear-box, Four-speed Synehro-mesh, David
  • Brown and Sons (Hudd.), Ltd., 517
  • Gear-box for Turbo-blowers at Sewage Disposal
  • Plant at Davyhulme, Four-speed, D. Brown
  • and Sons (Hudd.), Ltd., 109, 118
  • Gear Drive for Cold Rolls, Two, David Brown
  • and Sons (Hudd.), Ltd., 142
  • Gear Drives for Coal-handling and Pulverising
  • Plant, D. Brown and Sons (Hudd.), Ltd., 19
  • Gear Finishing by Crossed Axes Shaving, (116);
  • F. S. Drummond, 149
  • Gear Wheel Rim, English Steel Corporation, 680
  • Gear Works of David Brown and Sons (Hudd.),
  • Ltd., 66, 69 (Two-page Supplement, July 19th, 1935)
  • Gearing, Single Reduction, C. A. Parsons and
  • Co., Ltd., Suppe., 20.9.35, x
  • Gears, Cross Axes Shaving for Spur and Helical, (116); R. S. Drummond, 149
  • Geological Survey and Museum. Dr. Bernard
  • Smith to be Director of, (65)
  • Geophysical Survey in South Wales Coalfield, 226
  • German Export of Machine Tools, 511
  • Glass Silk, Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., 375
  • Gold from the " Egypt," Italian Salvage Vessel
  • " Artigho Lands £45,000 Worth of, (91)
  • Government Laboratory Report, 1934, 309
  • Governor Gear for 50,000-kW Turbine, C. A.
  • Parsons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, x
  • Grain Discharging Plant at Millenium Flour
  • Mills, 280-Ton Travelling Pneumatic, Henry
  • Simon, Ltd., 92, 96, 97
  • Grain Elevator Erected in Eleven Weeks in
  • Toronto, (595)
  • Granulator, Rotary Hammer, Goodwin, Barsby
  • and Co., Ltd., 590
  • Granulator, " Stag " Rotary, Edgar Allen and
  • Co., Ltd., 538
  • Grate for Small Boilers, Turbine Furnace Company, Ltd., 264
  • Gravity Drainage in Mines, Report on, (293)
  • Grease Gun, Tecalemit Ltd., 9
  • Gully Emptier, Dennis Brothers, Ltd., 589
  • Gyroscopic Compass, Sperry Gyroscope Company, Ltd., 298

H

  • HARBOURS :
  • Harbour at Hangchow Bey, Preliminary
  • Work on, (219)
  • Harbour Improvement Scheme by Anstruther
  • Union Harbour Commissioners, (30)
  • Harbour Improvement Works in Sweden, (243)
  • Harbour of Catania, Sicily, Failure of Mole, 273
  • Harbour Works at St. Thomas, Virgin
  • Islands, (117)
  • HAY Rake, Transportable, Blackstone and Co.,
  • Ltd., 33
  • Hay Rake and Swath Turner, Barnfords Ltd., 8
  • His Majesty the King's Review of Royal Air
  • Force at Mildenhall and Duxford, 27
  • Homogenisor, Motor-driven, G. and .1. Weir,
  • Ltd., 375
  • Horse-drawn Vehicles on London Streets, (117)
  • Horses in City of London, (647)
  • HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES
  • Brooklyn Hydro-electric Station, New Zealand, 128
  • Hydro-electric Power from Gatineau Power
  • Company, Ontario Government's Contract
  • for, (673)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Titicaca Lake (348)
  • Hydro-electric Works in India, 552
  • Silent Pool Hydro-electric Power Station at
  • Victoria Falls, Work Commenced on, (377)
  • HYDROGENATION-CRACKING of Tars, 89
  • Hydrogenation, Great Britain's Oilfields and, 67
  • Hydrogenation Plants in Germany, Three
  • Additional, 309
  • Hydrogenation Processes, High-pressure Plant
  • for Experimental, A. T. Barber and A. H.
  • Taylor, 89

I

  • ICE Accretion on Aircraft, Prevention of,
  • " Anticer," Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd., 7
  • Ideas, Reaction to New, 269
  • Indicators, Progress-of-work, Colourdex (British
  • System), Ltd., 126
  • Industrial Accidents, Method of Combating,
  • W. G. Hiscox, (673)
  • Industrial Developments on the Thames, (39)
  • Industrial Factories on Tyne, (293)
  • Industrial Health Research Board, Fifteen b
  • Annual Report, 107
  • Industry, Credit and, J. Gibson Jarvis, 81
  • Industry, Reorganisation of British, 133
  • Insulating Compound, Novel Method of Breaking up Bulk, (403)
  • Insulation, Glass Silk, Chance Brothers and
  • Co., Ltd., 375
  • Inventors' and Patentees' Exhibition at Leipzig
  • Fair, 1935, (91)
  • IRON AND STEEL
  • Bessemer Steel Revival in America, 126
  • Blast-furnace Modernisation at Rouge Plant
  • of Ford Motor Company, (243)
  • Blast-furnaces in Germany, (647)
  • British Chemical Standards, Cr, N1, .Nlo
  • Cast Iron " K," 50
  • Cast Iron Research, Annual Luncheon of
  • British Cast Iron Research Association, 492; (Leading Article, 483)
  • Cast Iron Research Work, Suppt., 20.9.35, xii
  • Cold Rolling Mill and Plant for Production
  • of Cold Sheet and Strip at Cleveland Works, (117)
  • Continental Steel Required, More, 469
  • Corby Iron and Steel Works, Stewarts and
  • Lloyds, Ltd., 449, 456, 474, 482, 509, 514, 539, 542 (Two-page Supplement, November 22nd, 1935)
  • Corrosion of Steel Plates, F. Eisenkolb, (321)
  • Corrosion Tests on Iron, Experimental, (595)
  • Crystallographic Structure of Stainless Steels, (39)
  • Dumping and Pretoria Steel Works, 304
  • Ebbw Vale Steel Works, Richard Thomas and
  • Co., Ltd., and, .543
  • Foreign Trade Developments, 119
  • French Steel Comptoir, 557
  • French Steel Crisis, 445
  • Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, Ltd., Mr.
  • Samuel R. Beale Elected Chairman of, 663
  • Iron and Steel Research, Suppt., 20.9.35, xii
  • Iron and Steel Shipments from Tees, July
  • Figures, (169)
  • Iron and Steel Works at Dunework, Electric
  • Furnace Started Up at, 494
  • Iron and Steel Works at. Penistone to be
  • Restarted, (293)
  • Iron Deposits at Kursk, U.S.S.R., Exploitation of, (349)
  • Iron Roads, " Tri-Pedal Unit System, Iron
  • Paving Company, Ltd., 384
  • Isteg Steel, Tests by R. H. Harry Stanger, 521
  • Light Castings Combine, 583
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange, C. Bruce
  • Gardner Elected Chairman. 611
  • Metallurgy of Cast Iron, J. E. Hurst, 34
  • Organising the Steel Market. 195
  • Pig Irons, " New Process," Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers).
  • Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, i
  • Power in Steel Works, J. A. Thornton, 412
  • Pretoria Steel Works, Manager Resigns, 10
  • Russian Steel Exports, 302
  • South African Iron and Steel Industry, 145
  • Stainless Steel, Silver Solder in Cold-rolled 18-8, (429)
  • Stainless Steel and Welding, Changes
  • Induced, (169)
  • Stainless Steel in Reservoir Construction of
  • Derwent Valley Water Board. (243)
  • Steel, Centralising the Sale of, 583
  • Steel Castings, Kryn and Laliy (1928), Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 13.9.35, iii
  • Steel Forging Used as Reaction Chamber for
  • High-pressure Synthesis of Ammoiiia,
  • Examination of Hollow, (321)
  • Steel Makers, Lord Nuffield and, 183
  • Steel Output for Sheffield During September, (513)
  • Steel Panels in Passenger Rolling Stock, (39)
  • Steel Production and Employment in
  • America, (522)
  • Steel Production in Sheffield, (621)
  • Steel Trade, Centralising the, 379
  • Steel Trade, Motor Car Makers and, 531
  • Steel Trade Industry, Reorganisation of, 93
  • Steel Wires, Electro-magnetic Tests fo:
  • Work-hardening, T. F. Wall, 260
  • Twenty-five Years of Cast Iron, J. E. Hurst 34

J

  • JOINT, Universal, Mollart Engineering Company, 265

K

  • KELVIN, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., Frederiek
  • C. Stewart Elected Chairman of, 233
  • Knowledge, Words and. 483

L

  • LABORATORIES, Visit to G.E.C.. 10
  • Land Speed Record Set Up by Sir Malcolm
  • Campbell, (267), 276
  • Lead Anodes, Investigation on Composition of, (567)
  • Lead Corrosion in Buildings, Experiments by
  • Building Research Station, (126)
  • Lead Joint for Cast Iron Pipes, Mechanical,
  • Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., 276
  • LEADING ARTICLES
  • A Mad World, 649
  • Automatic Train Control and 'l'racl Cireuit, 41
  • Breakwater Failures, 221
  • Capital Ships of the Future, 171
  • Centenary of Great. Western Railway, 245
  • Creep in Metals, 569
  • Dynamics of Sea Waves, 269
  • Ebbw Vale, 543
  • Education for Leadership. 221
  • Electricity Supply, 457
  • Electrification on Southern Railway, 41
  • Engineering and Ethics, 675
  • Ethics, Engineering and, 675
  • Foreign Trade Developments, 119
  • Fundamental Science and Technology, 675
  • Geared Locomotives, 597 : (Article, 602); (Letter, " Your Correspondent," 625)
  • Great Britain's Oilfields and Hydrogenation. 67
  • High Speed on the Rail, 351
  • Highway and the Motorway, 570
  • Human Machine, 623
  • Ideas, Reaction to New, 269
  • Jubilee Naval Review at Spithead, 6
  • Leadership, Education for, 221
  • Metallurgy and the Physicist, 145
  • Metals Under Stress, Failure of, 483
  • National Consumption of Coal, 597
  • New Naval Conference, 543
  • Noise Problems, 13
  • " Of Museums," 245
  • Organising the Steel Market, 195
  • Overhead Line Protection, 379
  • Physicist, Metallurgy and the, 145
  • " Puss Moth " Accidents, 171
  • Railway Accidents Reports, 405
  • Railway Directors and Electrificat
  • Railways and Unemployment, 515
  • Rating of Water Power, 295
  • Reaction to New Ideas, 269
  • Rebuilding the Navy, 405
  • Rectifier Sub-stations, 515
  • Replacements, 431
  • Road Breaking, 351
  • Science and Road Traffic, 323
  • Science and Technology, Fundamental, 675
  • Sea Waves, Dynamics of, 269
  • South African Iron and Steel Industry, 145
  • " Special " Areas in Scotland. 119
  • Spirit of Adventure, 457
  • Steel Trade, Centralising the. 379
  • Steel Trade Reorganisation, 93
  • Technology, Fundamental Science and, 675
  • The Engineer in Transport, 195
  • LEADING ARTICLES (continued):
  • The Exhibition (Shipping. Engineering and
  • Machinery Exhibition at Olympia), 295
  • Torsional Oscillation, 649
  • Treatment of Coal, 431
  • L'napplied Science, 323
  • Unemployment in " Special " Areas, 93
  • Water Power, Rating of, 295
  • Words and Knowledge, 483
  • World Trade Problems, 13
  • LETTER by P. W. Willans, 422
  • Letter Sorting Machine at Brighton Post Office, (403)
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
  • Demise of the Blue Eagle, S. P. Christie, 17
  • Domestic Refuse Disposal. " Domestic.," 540; Frank Evans, 591; " Gnik," 677
  • Douglas Social Credit Scheme, E. Bishop, 17;
  • P. R. Masson, 17; Leslie Patterson, 17 :
  • H. C. King, 17; Henry Sykes, 42; H. P.
  • Vowles, 43
  • Extended Expansion I.C. Engines. Alan
  • Chorlton, 651
  • Fast Trains, W. B. Thompson, 381, 432, 570 :
  • " Glascolian," 407; L.M.S. Railway Company, 640; F. W. Brewer. 591
  • Geared Locomotives, " Your Correspondent," 625
  • " Graf Zeppelin." W. J. Stern, 677 (see Leading Article, " Torsional Oscillation," 649)
  • High-speed Two-cycle C.I. Engines, Barimar, Ltd., 353
  • High-speed Trains and Vibration, C. F.
  • Dendy Marshall, 17, 320; P. C. Dewhurst, 274
  • Human Machine, A. V. Hill, 651; Stanley Coles, 651
  • Industrial Competition with the Far East,
  • T. F. Howard, 407
  • Iscor Iron and Steel Works, H. .1. Van der
  • Bip, Chairman, S.A. Iron and Steel Industrial Corporation, Ltd., 459
  • Joints in Concrete Paving, H. C. Johnson. 570, 591
  • Long-span Bridges, E. E. R. Trat man, 353
  • Moisture in Coal, J. W. Wray, 677
  • Power for Nothing, " Felix qui Potuit," 570, 677; F. E. Lindsay, 591; " W. J. T.," 651
  • Railway Accidents, " Still Wondering," 459
  • Railways and Unemployment, G. A. Nnokes, 540
  • Railway Passenger Coach Couplings, G. A.
  • Sekon, 17
  • Science and the Citizen, A. E. Sullivan, 540
  • Signalmen's Mistakes. F. J. Sykes, 86
  • Single-arch Masonry Dams, J. Turle Evans, 591
  • Spirit of Adventure, R. Hammond, 512
  • " Youth," 488
  • Turbine-driven Locomotive, " Verbascum," 301
  • Unapplied Science, " Asinus Pontis," 381;
  • " Quid Gloriaris," 432
  • LIGHTING Appliances, Automatic, Horst -
  • mann Gear Company, Ltd., 563
  • Lighting Set, 5-kW Ship's. Norris, Henty and
  • Gardners, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35. vi
  • Lighting System, Sunbeam Patented Low -
  • voltage, 520
  • Lime for Making Water•repellant Mortar,
  • Improved Processed, (455)
  • Limestone Blasting at Buxton, (39)
  • Liquid Fuel Burning Plant, Safe Operation of, (243)
  • Liquid Gas, " Calor-Gas,- 276
  • Liquid Precooler, Haslam Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd.. Suppt., 13.9.35, iii
  • Lister Gift of Kingshill House to Dursley Rural
  • District Council as Memorial to Sir Ashton
  • Lister, (193)
  • LITERATURE
  • Reviews :
  • Business Charts, T. G. Rose, 173
  • Chemistry of Cement and Concrete, F. M. Lea
  • and Dr. C. H. Desch, 432
  • Correct Economy for the Machine Age, A. G.
  • McGregor, 406
  • Emulsions and their Technical Treatment,
  • Theory of, William Clayton. 676
  • Gantt Chart, Wallace Clark, 146
  • Gear Book. Standard, R. Trautschold, 95
  • J. and E. Hall, 1785-1935, E. Hesketh, 173
  • Histoire de la Locomotion Terrestre : Les Chemins de Fer, 516
  • Limestone and its Products : Their Nature, Production, and Uses, A. B. Searle, 561
  • Locomotives Their Construction, Maintenance, and Operation, with Notes on Electric, Internal Combustion, and other Forms of Motive Power, A. Morton Bell, 68
  • Machines and Purchasing Power, E. F. Nash, 545
  • Mercury Arc Current Converters, H. Rissik, 676
  • Motor Fuel Preparations and Application, Principles of, A. W. Nash and D. A. Howes 68
  • Offensive Trades, David Ronald, 624
  • Origins and Development of Applied Chemistry, J. R. Partington, 407
  • Photography of Interruption of Medium-power Electrical Circuits, Study by Means of, James Anderson, 624
  • Precision Workshop Methods, H. J. Davis, 16
  • Psychology in Business and Industry, John G. Jenkins, 625
  • Road Aggregates; Their Uses and Testing, Dr. Bernard H. Knight., 676
  • Siphon Spillways, A. H. Naylor, 544
  • Strength of Materials : Elements of, S. Timoslienko and G. H. MaeCullough. 651
  • Surveying for ('ivil Engineers, Modern, H. F. Birchal, 16
  • Tools of To-morrow, J. H. Leonard, 562
  • Water Mains, Lay-out of Small, B. H. Hollins, 581
  • West Highland Steamers, C. L. D. Duckworth and G. E. Langmuir, 651
  • Short Notices :
  • Aeronautics : Handbook of the Collection
  • Illustrating Heavier-than-Air Craft in
  • Science Museum, 146
  • Alternating Current Practice, Claude Cook, 459
  • Automobile and Aircraft Engines, A. W. Judge, 43
  • Britain in Depression, 562
  • Electric Cable Jointing, Practical, W. Nlitskey, 407
  • Electric Melting Practice, A. G. Robiet te. 146
  • Electric Power Transmission by Alternating
  • Current. Principles of, H. Waddicar, 173
  • Electric Transients, E. B. Kurtz and G. F. Corcoran, 43
  • Electric Water Heating, D. V. Bolton, P. C. Honey. and N. S. Richardson, 88
  • Electrical Engineering, Elements of, A. L. Cook, 599
  • Electrical Measurements in Principle and Practice, H. C. 'Futile'. and E. H. W.
  • Banner, 407
  • Electricity and Fire Risk. E. S. Hodges, 43
  • Garcke's Manual, 1935/36, 582
  • Industrial Electrons. F. H. Gulliksen and
  • E. H. Vedder, 562
  • Marine Engines. G. L. Overton, 562
  • Measurement of Inductance, Capacitance and
  • Frequency. A. Campbell and E. C. Childs, 68
  • Mercury Arc Rectifier Practice, F. C. Orchard, 459
  • Metal Products. Finishing, H. R. Simonds, 562
  • Meter Engineering, J. L. Ferns. 562
  • Motor Ship Auxiliary Machinery, Operation
  • of. J. Lamb, 562
  • National Public Works, Vol. II, 407
  • Photo-electrio and Selenium Cells. T. V.
  • Fielding, 68
  • Piles and Pile Driving, A. C. Dean, 43
  • Power Operator's Guide, E..1. Tangerman, 599
  • Radio Communication, Modern, Vol. II, J.
  • H. Rayner. 562
  • River Work. H. C. H. Shenton and F. E. H.
  • Shantou, 516
  • Rubber Physical and Chemical Properties, 407
  • Stage Lighting : Principles and Practice,
  • C. Harold Ridge and F. S. Aldred, 516
  • Wireless : How Wireless Came, John Langdon-Davies, 599
  • Wireless Telegraphy Notes for Students, W.
  • E. Cook, 562
  • Books of Reference :
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchant Manufacturers and Shippers of World, 1935, 50
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, Compiled by
  • W. E. Skinner, 192
  • Shipowners, Shipbuilder. and Marine Engineers, 1935 Directory. 50
  • Books Received :
  • Aeronautical Technical Report s. International Index, 407
  • Aeroplane Structures, A. J. Sutton Pippard
  • and Captain J. Lawrence Pritchard, 173
  • Aircraft, Practical Performance Prediction
  • of, Lieut.-Colonel Y. 0. Blyth, 357
  • Alternating Current Practice, C. H. Claude
  • Cook, 197
  • Architecture and the Bauhaus. New, W.
  • Gropius, Translated by P. Morton Shand, 146
  • Almeria de la Gran Bretafm. 1935/36, 271
  • Bibliography of Literature on Spectrum
  • Analysis, Compiled by D. M. Smith, 61
  • Britain's Fighting Fleets, A. G. Verooe, 197
  • British Engineers' Association, Classified
  • Handbook of Members and their Manufactures, 1935, 128
  • British Industries and their Organisations,
  • Dr. G. C. Allen, 95
  • British Wood Preserving Society. Vol. V,
  • Journal of. 407
  • Building Construction and Drawing. Part I,
  • Elementary Course, C. F. Mitchell, 43
  • Calculus, The, Dr. H. H. Dalaker and Dr.
  • H. E. Hartig. 95
  • Chemistry of Cement and Concrete, F. M.
  • Lea and Dr. C. H. Desch, 95
  • Chemistry of Rubber, H. Freundlich, 545
  • Chimneys and Flues, Domestic and Industrial, P. L. Marks, 128
  • Commercial Vehicle Specifications and Prices,
  • Including Agricultural Tractors, Schedule
  • of, 95
  • Concrete Engineering : Vol. 11, Properties of
  • Concrete, J, Singleton-Green, 337
  • Concrete Structures, Design of, L. C.
  • Urquhart and C. E. O'Rourke. 562
  • Corrosion Causes and Prevention, F. N.
  • Speller, 357
  • Diesel, The Modern, 247
  • Diesel and Other Internal Combustion
  • Engines, H. E. Degler, 562
  • Diesel Engines, J. W. Anderson, 407
  • Diesel Engines : Excessive Lubricating Oil
  • Consumption, P. H. Smith, 95
  • Deterioration of Haulage Ropes in Service,
  • S. M. Dixon and M. A. Hogan. 95
  • Edison, Nel Cinquantonario della Societa.
  • Edison, 1884-1934. 599
  • Electric Cable Jointing, Practical : The
  • Plumber - jointer and His Craft. W.
  • Alaskery, 357
  • Electric Melting Practice, A. G. Robiette, 43
  • Electrical Measurements, H. C. Turner and
  • E. H. W. Banner. 357
  • Electrical Water Heating. D. V. Bolton, P.
  • C. Honey, and N. S. Richardson, 43
  • Elementary Building Geometry, CI. A.
  • Hanby. 148
  • Elementary Structural Problems, C. R.
  • Young, 459
  • Employment of Women and Young Persons
  • on Two-shift System, Report of Departmental Committee on, 95
  • Emulsions and their Technical Treatment.
  • Theory of, Dr. W. Clayton, 562
  • Engineering Drawing, H. J. Jordan and R.
  • P. Hoelscher. 247
  • Engineering Drawing for Students and
  • Draftsmen, Manual of, T. E. French, 247
  • Engineering Economics : Book II, Works
  • Organisation and Management, T. H.
  • Burnham, 599
  • LITERATURE (continued)
  • Books Received (continued)
  • Engineering Shop Practice, Vol. II, D. W.
  • Boston, 247
  • Factory Organisation and Administration,
  • H. Diemer, 357
  • Fans, T. Baumeister, 271
  • Farm Wiring, C. A. Cameron Brown. 61
  • Finishing Metal Products, H. R. Simonds, 407
  • Fuel for Road Transport, Home-produced, 247
  • Gas Supply of Glasgow : A Historical
  • Account of Inauguration and Development
  • of Corporation Gas Supply, 357
  • Gantt Chart : A Working Tool of Management, Wallace Clark, 61
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings
  • and Directory of Officials, 1935/36, 545
  • Globe Commercial Correspondence Combined with Globe Code System, Harold Gyllstoff, 599
  • Heat Engines, S. H. Moorfield and H. H. Winstanley, 516
  • Heating and Air Conditioning, J. R. Allen and .1. H. Walker, 407
  • Higher Control, Manual for Company Directors, Secretaries, and Accountants, T. G. Rose, 146
  • Highway and Road Traffic Law, R. P. Mahaffy, 599
  • How Wireless Came, .1. Langdon-Davis, 407
  • Hull, City and Port of, 459
  • " Htltte," Des Ingenieurs Taschenbuch, 43
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Chemistry
  • Part II, Inorganic, Vol. 1, Geoffrey Martin, 173
  • Instruments, R. W. Sloley, 146
  • Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, Comprehensive Treatise on, 128
  • La Traction Electrique et le Chemin de Fer, Vol. I, H. Parodi and A. Totrel, 407
  • Limestone and its Products : Their Nature, Production, and Uses, A. B. Searle, 61
  • Locomotives : Their Construction, Mainteitance, and Operation. A. Morton Boll, 61
  • Machine Drawing for Use of Engineering Students, late T. Jones and T. G. Jones, 197
  • Machines and Men : An Autobiography of an Itinerant Mechanic, W. F. Western, 128
  • Man and the Machine, Edited by Hubert Williams, 43
  • Mathematics, Descriptive, J. Maclean, 197
  • Matter and Motion, C. H. Creasey, 43
  • Mechanical and Electrical Equipment of Buildings. C. M. Gay and C. Do Van Fawcett, 407
  • Mechanics of a Locomotive on a Curved Track, (late) S. R. M. Porter, 95
  • Mechanics of Materials, S. G. George and E. W. Rettger, 95
  • Mercury Arc Current Converters, H. Rissik
  • and Captain J. M. Donaldson, 562
  • Mercury Arc Rectifier Practice, F. C. Orchard, 407
  • Meter Engineering, J. L. Ferns, 128
  • Modern Plan Copying, B. J. Hall and B. F.
  • Hall, 562
  • Molybdenum Steel : Their Manufacture and
  • Application, Prepared by J. L. F. Vogel
  • and W. F. Rowden, 197
  • Motor Industry of Great Britain, 1935, 247
  • Motor Racing and Record Breaking, G. E. T.
  • Eyston and B. Lyndon, 562
  • Motorships, A. C. Hardy, 128
  • Motorshipping, A. C. Hardy, 128
  • National Physical Laboratory Collected
  • Researches, Vol. XXV, 1935, 407
  • National Public Works, Vol. II, 247
  • Offensive Trades, Handbook on, I). Ronald. 61
  • Paint and Paint Materials, Symposium nn, 247
  • Petroleum Twenty-five Years' Retrospect, 1910-35, 95
  • Physical Metallurgy, An Introduction to the
  • Study of. (late) Dr. Walter Rosenhain and
  • Dr. J. L. Haughton, 128
  • Physical Principles and Applications of
  • Magneto-chemistry. S. S. Bhat nags and
  • K. N. Mathur, 407
  • Piles, Resistance of Piles to Penetration, R.
  • V. Allin, 599
  • Power Operator's Guide, E. .1. Tangerman, 271
  • Practical Mechanics of Motion, J. F. Mangold, 271
  • Press Work Pressures, C. W. Lucas, 516
  • Principles of Mechanism, P. Dyson, 545
  • Private Car Specifications and PriceM,
  • Schedule of, 95
  • Projective Geometry. Introduction to, 459
  • Psychology in Business and Industry, an
  • Introduction to Peychotechnology, J. G.
  • Jenkins, 562
  • Radio Communication, Modern, Vol. II,
  • J. H. Reyner, 271
  • Railway Handbook, 1935-36, 271
  • Relativity, F. W. Lanchester, 247
  • River Work : Constructional Details, H. C.
  • H. and F. E. H. Shenton, 407
  • Road Aggregates : Their Uses and Testing.
  • B. H. Knight, 545
  • Rubber : Physical and Chemical Properties.
  • T. R. Dawson and B. D. Porrit t, 247
  • Safety in Mines Board, Annual Report 1934, 357
  • Sanitary Engineer, Work of, A. J. Martin, 357
  • Seaplane Float and Hull Design, M. Langley. 271
  • Section Tables, 1934. 61
  • Shipbuilding and Repairing in Dublin, John
  • Smellie, 43
  • Shipping of United Kingdom. Annual Report
  • of Chamber of, 247
  • Stage Lighting, Principles and Practice, C.
  • H. Ridge and F. S. Aldred, 173
  • Steam Turbines, C. S. Bradshaw, 271
  • Steel and its Heat Treatment. D. K. Bullens, 146
  • Steel of Empire The Romantic History of
  • Canadian Pacific, the North-West Passage
  • of To-day, J. M. Gibbon, 599
  • Surface Condenser : A Survey of Modern
  • Condenser Practice, B. W. Pendred, 562
  • Technical College Buildings : Their Planning and Equipment, 247
  • Telford, Story of The Rise of Civil Engi
  • neering, Sir Alexander Gibb, 357
  • Terminology of Illumination and Vision. 121
  • Theory of Machines. L. Toft and A. T. J
  • Kersey, 562
  • Timber Seasoning. R. G. Bateson, 599
  • Tools of To-morrow, J. N. Leonard, 459
  • Training in Industry, Edited by R. W. Ferguson, 545
  • Transport and the Public, J. A. Dtmnago, 51(
  • Travellers, Hints to. Vol. I, Survey and Field Astronomy, E. A. Reeves, 357
  • Vehicles in Use and New Vehicles, Home
  • Market Analysis No. 9, 407
  • Water Engineer's Handbook and Directory, 1935, 61
  • Water Gas Process, Further Experiment*
  • upon the, Dr. J. G. King, Dr. B. H.
  • Williams, and R. V. Thomas, 599
  • Weaving, W. P. Crankshaw, 128
  • West Highland Steamers, C. L. D. Duckworth and G. E. Langmuir, 61
  • X-rays in Theory and Experiment, Dr. A.
  • H. Compton and Dr. S. h.. Allison, 95
  • Your Driving Test, How to Pass it, Oliver Stewart, 43
  • LOADS in Reinforced Concrete Slabs, Distribution of Concentrated. C. J. Rundell, 181
  • Loans for Public Works, 257
  • L.C.C. School of Engineering and Navigation.
  • Poplar. S. C. Robinson Appointed to
  • Mechanical Engineering Department, (429)
  • London Passenger Transport Board :
  • Annual Report, Review. 469
  • Central London Railway, Celebrates Thirty-fifth Birthday, (143)
  • Concrete Roofing Over Ealing and Putney
  • District Railway Lines at Edrl's Court, (243)
  • Engines of Compression-ignition Type for
  • Buses and Green Line Coaches, (227)
  • King's Cross (Underground) Station to bo
  • Reconstructed, (377)
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, 557
  • Post Office Station Replaced by Another
  • Station, (429)
  • Shelters for Green Line Passengers, (481)
  • Sloane-square Station, Reconstruction of, (117)
  • Trollybuses to Connect Gray's Inn-road
  • and Farringdon-road, (534), (541)
  • Tube Railways an4 " Campaign Against
  • Noise," Professor Henry Spooner. (349)
  • Underground Electric Railways Company
  • of London, Liquidation of, (39)
  • LONDON Traffic and Late Sir John Pybtss, (455)
  • Lubricant for Automobile Engines. " Wear-Cure " Tablets, Alexander Duckham and
  • Co., Ltd., (388)
  • Lubricants, Machine which Determines Load-carrying Capacity of, British Timken, Ltd., (429)
  • Lubricants, " Sternocleanse " and " Sternolease," Sternol, Ltd., (411)
  • Lubrication Equipment, Bulk, Tecalemit, Ltd., 9
  • Lubricator, Chain Conveyor, C. C. Wakefield
  • and Co., Ltd., 344
  • Lubricator, Mechanical Grease, C. C. Wakefield
  • and Co., Ltd., 344

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • Automatic Turning Machine, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 462
  • Electrically Driven Machine Tools, General Electric Company, 20
  • Modern Machine Tool Design. S. Einstein. (117)
  • Automatic 10 mm. High-speed Precision.
  • Bryant, Symons and Co., Ltd., A. C. Wickman, Ltd., 575
  • Bevel Gear Generator, Automatic, Turbine
  • Gears, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, vii
  • Bevel Gear Generator, Automatic Spiral.
  • Turbine Gears, Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35, vii
  • Boring Machine for Axle Brasses. G. Richards and Co., Ltd., 99
  • Broaching Machine, Vertical, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., 490
  • Cotterway and Keyseating Machines, Performance of, 224
  • Cross-cutting and Trenching Machine, All-electric, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, v
  • Cutter, " Circaline," Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, vi
  • Cutting and Profiling Machine, Direct, Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, vi
  • Drilling Machine, All-electric Radial, Kitchen
  • and Wade, Ltd.. 384
  • Drilling Machine, Bench, Higgs Motors, Ltd.. 250
  • Drilling Machines, Duplex Spindle, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., .550
  • Drilling Machine, High-speed Radial, William
  • Asquith, Ltd., 385
  • Drilling Machine, Quadruplex. Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 490
  • Grinder, Bench, Higgs Motors, Ltd.. 250
  • Grinder, Rotax Electric Bench, Joseph Lucas, Ltd., 630
  • Grinder, Thompson Surface, Selson Machine
  • Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ii
  • Grinding Machine, Maleus Centreless, Selson
  • Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppe.. 20.9.35, ii
  • Keyseating Machine, Performance of Cotterway and, 224
  • Lathe, Multi-tool, B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., Burton,
  • Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 680
  • Lathe, Volman, C.S.R., Selson Machine Tool
  • Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ii
  • Lathe, 78in. Railway Wheel, Noble and Lund, Ltd.. 356
  • Milling Machine. Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 462
  • Milling Machine, Motor-driven High-speed, Craven Brothers (Manchester). Ltd., 90
  • Milling Machine, Small Vertical, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 38
  • Mortising Machine, Dominion Machinery
  • Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.36, v
  • Moulding Machine, Hartung, Selson Machine
  • Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, iii
  • Press, Double-sided Power, F. J. Edwards.
  • Ltd., 264
  • Press, Plate Straightening, Henry Pels and
  • Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, vi
  • Press, 75-Ton Folding, Henry Pels and Co.,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, vi
  • Riveter, Squeeze, Broom and Wade, Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 13.9.35, iv
  • Saw, Electrically Operated Band, Crypt°
  • Electrical Equipment Company, 48
  • Sawing Machine, Automatic Cold, S. Russell
  • and Sons, Ltd.. 356
  • Shears, Guillotine, Henry Pels and Co.. Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 20.9.35, vii
  • Sheet Metal Working Machines, F. J.
  • Edwards, Ltd., 264
  • Slotting Machine, Heavy Duty. Ormerod
  • Shapers, Ltd., 276
  • Tenoning and Scribing Machine, Dominion
  • Machinery Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35.
  • Tools, Elect ric Hand, Black and Decker, Ltd., 401
  • Thread Grinding Machine, Automatic, Newell
  • Engineering Company. Ltd., 629
  • Tools, Pneumatic, Broom and Wade. Ltd.. 535
  • Tools. Portable, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., 371
  • Worm Wheel Generator, Automatic. Turbine
  • Gears, Ltd.. Suppt., 13.9.35, vii
  • MACHINE Gun, Bren Light, 669
  • Machinery and Equipment Orders Placed in
  • England by Soviet Government, (11), (481)
  • Main Drainage Works of Glasgow. Extension of. (11)
  • Management Conference at Oxford. Position of
  • Young Unemployed Adult, (377)
  • MAPS
  • Boquet Canyon Reservoir for Los Angeles
  • Water Supply, 134, 144
  • Canals and Rivers of France, 147
  • Cape Cod Canal, 380
  • Cape Town Docks, 218
  • Cape Town Docks, Proposed Extensions, 52(3
  • Catania Harbour, Sicily, 273
  • Clairvivre Village Settlement, France, General
  • Plan, 238
  • Creosoting Depot and Stacking Yard at
  • Hayes. Middlesex, Plan of G.W.R., 600
  • El Kansera Dam, Morocco, 236
  • Fenland Showing Extent of Bedford Level, 75
  • Glasgow Subway, 682
  • London to Grantham, Profile of Line, 348
  • Main Drains of Fenland, 76
  • Mogden Purification Works, %Vest Middlesex
  • Sewage Scheme, 328
  • Park Works of David Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 69
  • Wiuget's Foundry. Rochester, 44
  • MARKETS, NOTES AND NEWS— Weekly
  • Materials, Theoretical Strength of Materials and
  • their Practical Weakness, Sir William Bragg, 150
  • Mechanical Flow Meters, Dr. F. V. A. E. Engel
  • and R. J. Wey, 558, 584, 612
  • Mechanical Inventions, Germs and Development
  • of sonic, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 491
  • Mechanical Properties of Matter, F. Langmuir, 201
  • Mechanics, Training Mechanics in France, 207
  • Medical Staff at Gravesend to be Rehoused, (403)
  • Membership of Amalgamated Engineering
  • Union, (377)
  • Memorandum Pad, W. H. Colt (London), Ltd., (552)
  • Men and Metal, Sir William Larke, 35
  • Metal, Mechanite, International Mechanic
  • Metal Company, Ltd., 376
  • Metal Industries in Holland, (377)
  • Metal Production and Consumption, 1934,
  • World's, 249
  • Metal Spraying Nozzle for Interior of Pipes,
  • British Oxygen Company, Ltd.. 300
  • Metal Spraying Pistol. British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 299
  • Metallic Sodium. Rail and Road Transport of (143)
  • Metallurgical Operations, Oxygen for, 10
  • Metallurgical Research in United States, 204
  • Metallurgy and the Physicist. 145
  • Metals, Appleby-Frodiugham Book of, (304)
  • Metals. Theory of the Plastic State in, J. K.
  • Fullard, 138
  • Metals Used in Yacht Construction, 141
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Apprentices, Directory 0 (494)
  • Mica Deposits Discovered in North Chosen. (513)
  • Milk Tank on Albion Chassis, Steel Barrel
  • Company, Ltd., 546
  • Milking Machinery and Mechanism, 32
  • Mine Timber, Preservation of. 419
  • Mineral Discovery in Russia, (39)
  • Mineral Production of United States, Statistics
  • for 1934, 200
  • Miners for Southern Rhodesia, (377)
  • Miners' Wages. Memorandum on, 611
  • Mines, International Congress on, 419
  • Minister of Transport and Road Safety Progress, 365
  • Ministry of Labour, Unemployment. Analysis, 419
  • Ministry of Labour, Unemployment Figures, 27, 257. 365, 469
  • Mixer, 4ft. bin. Pon. flat.,onie4 and limner.
  • Ltd., 564
  • MOTOR VEHICLE MATTERS
  • Automobile Research and Standardisation 209
  • Axle Assembly of Cross-country Vehicle,
  • Rear, Henschel and Sohn A.G., 547
  • Coach Body on Leyland " Tiger " Chassis.
  • Single-deck, 28-seater, Brush Electrical
  • Engineering Company, Ltd., 546
  • Commercial Motor Transport Exhibition,
  • Opened by Captain Austin Hudson, 499
  • MOTOR VEHICLE MATTERS (continued):
  • Commercial Motor Transport Exhibit ion, 486, 499, 517, 545. 571
  • Dazzling Headlights on Motor Vehicles,
  • Regulations for, (65)
  • Mechanically Propelled Vehicles, Noise of, 393
  • Motor Industry and Iron and Steel Industry,
  • A. Williamson, (513)
  • Motor Show at Olympia, 398, 423, 451
  • Motor Car Show. Paris, 384
  • Motor Cycle Sales at Olympia Show, (647)
  • Motor Fuel Tests, German-made, (219)
  • Motor Vehicle Production in Soviet, (647)
  • Motor Vehicle Registration during October, (673)
  • Motor Vehicles, Regulations on Direction
  • Indicators and Stop Lights Fitted on to, (267)
  • Motor Vehicle Output, British, 159
  • Motor Vehicles Registered in June, 1935.
  • Statistics, (169)
  • Noise of Mechanically Propelled Vehicles, 393
  • Public Service Vehicles, Statistics. (481)
  • Rear Axle Assembly of MercedAs-Benz Car, 423
  • Retract or, Carrimore Automatic, 572
  • Road Bogie, 40-ton, R. A. Dyson and Co..
  • Ltd., 464
  • Steering Unit for Large Lorries, David Brown
  • and Sons (Rudd.), Ltd., 517
  • Supercharging Unit. for Graham Car, Graham-Paige Motors Corporation, 399, 400
  • Ulster Tourist Trophy Race, Winner, F. W.
  • Dixon, (267)
  • Vehicles on the Road, A.A. Annual Road
  • Census, (4291
  • Motor Cars :
  • Drive of Auburn Car, " Dual-Ratio," 423
  • Front-wheel Suspension for Motor Cars,
  • Alvis Car and Engineering Company, Ltd., 400; British Salmson, 400; Daimler
  • Company, Ltd., 400; Humber, Ltd., 399, 400; Rolls Royce " Phantom III." 399, 400; Singer and Co.. Ltd., 399, 400
  • Motor Car Body Panels, Flush Welder for,
  • A.I. Electric Welding Appliances Company, 250
  • Motor Car Lock, Featherstone, 276
  • Motor Car Makers and Steel Trade, 531
  • Motor Car Orders at Olympia Exceed 10
  • Million Pounds, (455)
  • Motor Car Race at Brooklands Won by J.
  • Cobb and T. E. Rose-Richards, 500 Miles, (321)
  • Motor Car Race for U.S.S.R. Cars, (143)
  • Motor Car Speed Record by John Cobb, (403)
  • Motor Car Speed Records Regained by Captain
  • G. E. T. Eyston on " Speed of the
  • Wind," (293)
  • Motor Cars Tested with Oil Engines on Brooklands Track, (403)
  • Motor Record Regained for America by A.
  • B. Jenkins, Twenty-four-hour Record, (267)
  • Motor Show at Olympia, 398, 423, 451
  • Chassis and Lorries :
  • Albion " Valiant," 32-36 Passenger, 520
  • Alvis 3i-litre, 424
  • Bantam. karrier Motors, Ltd., 572
  • Chassis Frame of " 1500 " Model Fiat Car, 423
  • C.O.G.5 Passenger Vehicle, Daimler Company, Ltd., 571
  • Daimler Light Straight Eight, 423, 424
  • Industrial Motor Vehicles, Fodens, Ltd., 9
  • " Lancet II," Dennis Brothers, Ltd., 647
  • Leyland " Cheetah " Passenger, 518
  • Leyland " Octopus " Eight-wheeler, 518
  • Light 4-ton, Dennis Brothers. Ltd., 548
  • Thornycroft " Sturdy " Petrol Engine, 518 44-ton Pay Load, Albion Motors, Ltd., 520 64-ton Type 0, Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company, .571
  • Lorry, Albion 12-13-ton, Six-wheeler, 520
  • Lorry, Thornycroft " Trusty " Petrol Engine, 519
  • Lorry, 30 h.p. Eight-cylinder, 2-ton, Ford
  • Motor Company, Ltd., 493
  • Lorry, 7-ton, Four-wheel-drive, Straussler
  • Mechanization, Ltd., 617
  • Lorry, 7-ton Pay Load Oil-engine-driven,
  • Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 545
  • Lorry. 15-ton Pay Load, Eight-wheeler,
  • Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 545
  • Lorry Chassis, Heavy, Henschel and Sohn
  • A.G., 546
  • Trollybuses
  • All-metal, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Ltd., 546
  • G.E.C. Three-axle, Low-floor, 63-seater, 520
  • G.E.C. 80 h.p. Two-axle, 520
  • Fifty-seater, Double-deck, English Electric
  • Company, Ltd., 545
  • Trollybus Chassis, Crossley Motors, Ltd., 545
  • Trollybus Chassis, Sunbeam Commercial
  • Vehicles, Ltd., 519
  • Trollybus Drivers and Conductors Increased
  • Pay, (595)
  • Trollybuses for Cape Town, Ransomes, Sims
  • and Jefferi., Ltd., 152
  • Trollybuses to Replace Tramways in London
  • Passenger Transport Board Area, (11)
  • MOSCOW, Reconstruction Scheme for, (139)
  • Mower, Grass, A. C. Bamlett, Ltd., 33, 34
  • Mower. " Overgreen " Motor, Ransom., Sims
  • and Jefferies. Ltd., 34
  • Mowing Machine, Bamfords, Ltd., 8
  • Muck Removal, Method Adopted by Contractors Driving a Sewer Tunnel in Minneapolis. (595)
  • Museums (Leading Article. 245)

N

  • NAIL and Screw Factory at Limerick, (595)
  • Nationalism and Overseas Trade, Major L. C. Crippe, 61
  • Natural Gas Fields of Gogha, W. India, (567)
  • Navigation. XVIth International Congress of,
  • Brussels, 1935, 233, 272, 290, 368, 471
  • Nene Catchment Board Improvements Enable
  • Larger Ships to Call at Peterborough, (349)
  • Nickel Alloys, Henry Wiggin and Co., Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 13.9.35, iii
  • Nickei-aluminium-iron Alloys, Analyses of, E. C. Pigott, (321)
  • Nickel Industry Progress, (227)
  • Nickel Production, Additional Plant of International Nickel Company of Canada, (647)
  • Noise, Annual Report of Anti-Noise League. 209
  • Noise of Mechanically Propelled Vehicles, 393
  • Noise Problems, 13
  • Nozzles of Boron Carbide for Sand Blasting
  • Plant, (143)

O

  • OBITUARY:
  • Adams, Professor Henry, 183
  • Beale, Sir John Field (Portrait), 625
  • Briggs, Professor Henry. 209
  • Butcher, W. E., (219)
  • Citroen, Andre, 53
  • Coles, W. J., 116
  • Cormack, Professor J. D., 583
  • English, Lieut.-Colonel Thomas,
  • Francis, T. P., 153
  • Gilchrist, Percy Carlyle, 650
  • Gill, Raymond, (80)
  • Glazebrook, Sir Richard Tetley (Portrait ), 65o
  • Goodman, Professor John. 445
  • Henderson, Arthur, 419
  • Holdsworth, Sir Charles, (117)
  • Holmes, Wilfred, 339
  • Hook, Frederick Arthur, 10
  • Kershaw, G. Bertram, 146
  • Lord Kirkley, 283
  • Lawson, William, (243)
  • Little, A. D., (195)
  • Mackenzie, Thomas B.. 183
  • Main, J. P. Stott, 55
  • Manson, James, (39)
  • Marriott, Herbert, (481)
  • Matheson, Donald A., 650
  • Muirhead, Alexander, (911
  • Murray, K. S. (Portrait), 173
  • Palmer, Sir A. M.. (169)
  • Peach, James, 365
  • Pickering, Jonathan, 445
  • Pilter, Sir John, (169)
  • Porter, Geoffrey. 339
  • Reid. Sir Hugh (Portrait ). 42
  • Rollo, George, 146
  • Ronaidson, James Henry, 146
  • Saxon, Alfred, 625
  • Schofield, R. H., 499
  • Spiers, Capt. H. J., 55
  • Stretton, Theodore, 531
  • Stromeyer, C. E., 107
  • Thorne, Sir W. C., (117) 1Vainarright, G. P., (267)
  • Obsolescence (Leading Article), 431
  • Officers, Training of R.E. and R.C.S., 200
  • Oil, Pollution of Sea by, 365
  • Oil Borings Financed with Reich Loans, (267)
  • Oil Can, Joseph Kaye and Sons, Ltd., 490
  • Oil Compact Programme for Control of Crude
  • Oil Production, United States, (321)
  • Oil Drilling Operations in Worth Forest, near
  • Three Bridges, (143)
  • Oilfields and Hydrogenation, Great Britain's, 67
  • Oil from Coal, Seaharn Harbour Plant, (695)
  • Oil from Seaham Harbour Plant, Heavy, (143)
  • Oil from South African Minerals. Extraction of, (454)
  • Oil Fuel Requirements of France, (39)
  • Oil Pipe Line in Russia, 440 Miles Long. (6211
  • Oil Pollution of Sea, 283
  • Oil Pollution Menace Round Coast, Prevention
  • Measures, (39)
  • Oil Prospecting Licences, British, 531
  • Oil Purifier, Vickeen Centrifugal, British
  • Separators, Ltd.. 299
  • Oil Refinery in Bahrein Islands, Gulf of Persia.
  • Proposed, (567)
  • Oil Separators, Alfa-Laval Company. Ltd., 401
  • Oil Struck at Heide, Germany, (320)
  • Oil Supplies in War, Col. W. A. Bristow, (567)
  • Oiling System for Rolling Mill Bearings, Pressure, Stream Line Filter Company, Ltd., 628
  • Olive Oil for Lubricating Purposes in Internal
  • Combustion Engines, (267)
  • Ovens at Brancepeth Colliery, Willington,
  • Fifty-nine, (143)
  • Overseas Trade, Nationalism and, Major L. C.
  • Cripps, 61
  • Oxygen Cutting Machines, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 299
  • Oxygen for Metallurgical Operations, 10

P

  • Ozone Equipment for Sterilising Water, Paterson Engineering Company, Ltd., 586
  • PAINT for Exposed Steel Structures, Best. (143)
  • Paint Gun, B.E.N. Spray, B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., 47
  • Paint Spraying Plant, Portable, Laey-Hulbert
  • and Co., Ltd., 535
  • Papermaking Machine at Sittingbourne. Largest
  • and Fastest, (621)
  • Parachute Jump Record by Lieut. Pawlowsky, (403)
  • Parachute with Safety Valve, Soviet Aarenautical Engineer Invents, (377)
  • Parliamentary Science Committee, Work Outlined in Secretary's Report, (673)
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :
  • Aeronautics, 26, 132, 157, 231, 661
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 79. 281, 443, 497, 687
  • Building, 158, 182, 363, 467
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 132, 307, 337, 417
  • Crushing and Grinding, 158. 282. 391, 417, 443
  • Dynamos and Motors, 53, 105, 131. 231, 281. 529, 555
  • Electrical Appliances, 26, 53, 105, 157, 181, 207, 281, 307, 337, 363, 467, 529, 555, 635, 661, 687
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH (continued):
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 25, 63, 79, 131, 181, 231, 281, 307, 363, 391, 417, 497, 555, 581, 609, 635. 687
  • Furnaces, 25, 54, 105, 131, 207, 255, 282, 337, 363, 391, 581, 635
  • Gas Producers, 26, 182, 391, 443
  • Lighting and Heating, 80, 208, 282, 337
  • Locomotives, 208, 609
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 80, 106, 132, 158, 182, 208, 256, 307, 337, 443, 467. 497, 529, 635
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 106, 232, 391, 530, 556, 581, 609, 662
  • Metallurgy, 80, 308, 338, 417, 661
  • Mining Machine, 106, 157
  • Miscellaneous, 26, 54, 80. 106, 132, 158, 182, 208, 232, 256, 282, 308, 338, 364, 392, 417, 444, 467, 497, 530, 556, 582, 610, 636, 662, 688
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 26. 54. 105, 182, 208, 417, 444, 497, 556
  • Ordnance and Armour, 106, 208, 337
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 79. 157, 363, 443, 497, 581
  • Ships and Boats. 232
  • Steam Generators, 79, 105 181
  • Switchgear, 25, 207, 281, 391, 661
  • Telegraphy and Telephony, 54, 231
  • Tramways and Railways, 53. 80, 105. 256, 497, 687
  • Transformers and Converters, 26, 79, 131, 181. 529, 635, 687
  • Transmission of Power, 54, 207, 232, 255, 529, 581, 609
  • Turbine Machinery, 207, 255, 443. 555
  • Water Purification, 255, 307, 467, 609
  • PEDESTRIAN Guards in Stepney and Poplar. (377)
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26. 54, 106, 132, 1.58, 182. 204, 232. 256, 308, 334, 360. 392, 414. 440, 468. 494, 526, 578, 606, 632, 662
  • Petrol, Trials of Solid, (65)
  • Petrol Exported from Billingham Improves
  • Tees' Revenue, (647)
  • Petrol from Coal, 393
  • Petrol from Coal Plant at Seaham Harbour to
  • be Duplicated, (243)
  • Petrol from Ruhr Coal. (481)
  • Petrol from Seaham Harbour Plant, (143)
  • Petrol Losses from Storage Tanks, Aluminium
  • Paint or Whitewash to Prevent, (595)
  • Petroleum and Derivatives, Increased Demand
  • for, ( 11)
  • Photo-electric Rays, Control of Public Lighting
  • by, British Thomson-Houston Company,
  • Ltd.. 385
  • Photo-print Developing Machine, Ozalid Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, v
  • Pickfords, Ltd., Sorting Depot and Headquarters at Willow-walk, Bermondsey, (541)
  • Pilot Cable Laid from Port of Calais. (169)
  • Pipe Joint Adopted in Lausanne Water Scheme,
  • Sulzer Brothers Improved, (65)
  • Pipes, " Everite 1" Asbestos Cement, Turner's
  • Asbestos Cement Company. 563
  • Piping, Strength and Flexibility of Corrugated,
  • Robert L. Dennison, 303. 332. 358, 386, 412, 439
  • Plastic State in Metals, Theory of the, .1. R.
  • Fullard, 138
  • Ploughing Windlasses Operated by Oil Engines,
  • J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 33
  • Ploughs, Rotary (Gyrotillers). John Fowler and
  • Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 8
  • Pneumatic Plant for Contracting Work, Sir W.
  • G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 590
  • Poland, Federation of British Industries'
  • Mission to, 365
  • Polishing Material, Suspending Abrasive in
  • Molten Paraffin Wax, (647)
  • Pollution of River Tees, .570
  • Pollution of Sea by Oil, 283
  • Port of Alexandria, Improvements at, (321)
  • Port of London Authority. Annual Report, 557
  • Potential Power of the World. U.S. Geological
  • Survey's Statistics, (403)
  • Power Farming Conference at Oxford, 1936. (377)
  • Precipitator, Cheltnam " Micron," Fraser and
  • Chalmers Engineering Works, 588
  • Preservation of Mine Timber, 419
  • Pressure Vessel, Fusion Welded, Babcock and
  • Wilcox, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, x
  • Propellers for Orient Line's s.s. " Orion," .1.
  • Stone and Co., Ltd., 215
  • Public Passenger Transport, Technical Progress
  • and, (540)
  • Public Works, Loans for, 257
  • Public Works. Roads and Transport Congress
  • and Exhibition, 1935, Programme of Congress. 426
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 499, 505. 535, 563, 586
  • PUMPS :
  • Leek Pumping Station, Opening of. 339
  • Petrol Pump Supplying Petrol Made from
  • British Coal Installed in Kensington, (595)
  • Pump, Blackstone " Unchokeable " Fullway, 374
  • Pump, " Hivac " Extraction, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., 13.9.35, ii
  • Pump. Motor-driven Extraction, Hick Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, ii
  • Pump, Reciprocating Plunger, G. and J.
  • Weir, Ltd., 375
  • Pump, Turbine-driven, M irrlees Watson
  • Company, Ltd., 346
  • Pumping Equipment for Bore-holes and Deep
  • Wells, Electromersible Motors and Pumps,
  • Ltd.. 347
  • Pumping Plant, Portable, Ruston and
  • Hornsby, Ltd.. 537
  • Pumping Plant, 3 h.p. " Coborn " Air-cooled,
  • Petrol-engine-driven Portable, Ransomes
  • and Rapier, Ltd., 564
  • Pumping Set, Oil-engine-driven Marine,
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 681
  • Pumping Station at Leek. Opening of. 339
  • Pumps, Electrically Driven Vertical Circulating, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co.. Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 13.9.35, xii
  • PUMPS (continued)
  • Pumps, Lee, Howl and Co. (Tipton), Ltd., 8
  • Pumps, Water and Bilge, Crossley Brothers,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ii
  • Pumps for Marine Use, Tangyes, Ltd.. 347
  • Pumps of " Mauretania," Direct-acting
  • Boiler Feed, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 375
  • PURIFICATION of Water by Ozone Treat.
  • meat, Lieut. -Colonel G. E. Morgan, (567)

Q

  • QUARRIES Worked in 1934, Inspector of
  • Mines and Quarries, Annual Report, (243)
  • Quay, Roman Quay Discovered at Canterbury (377)
  • Quays at Jarrow-on-Tyne. Deep Water, (481)
  • Quetta Military Station. Proposed Reconstruction of, (267)

R

  • RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS)
  • Accidents :
  • Accident at Hall-road on Liverpool-Southport Line Recalled, (117)
  • Accident to Ballast Train at Leigh-on-Sea. (673)
  • Accident to Excursion Train from King's
  • Cross, 1870, Recalled, (7)
  • Accidents, Railway versus Road, (243)
  • Accidents on Indian Railmays, 1933-34,
  • Indian Railway Board Annual Report on, (267)
  • _Accidents to Railway Servants, Inquiries, (429)
  • Ashton-under-Hill, Derailment near, Col.
  • Mount's Report, 5
  • Blackburn Collision, 1881, Recalled, (169)
  • Buffer Stop Collisions. (377)
  • Carlisle Crossing Collision of Sixty-five
  • Years Ago Recalled, (65)
  • Collision at Level Crossing on Lee-on-the-Solent Railway, (91)
  • Derailment of Colliers' Train in Monmouthshire, (513)
  • Flanges of Wheels of Locomotives, Derailments and, (481)
  • Goods Train Derailment at Potbridge, 531, (541)
  • Gourock Buffer Stops Accident., Major
  • R. S. Wilson's Report, (293)
  • Hazelwood Derailment, Col. Trench's
  • Report, 5
  • Irish Mail Derailment of Twenty Years
  • Ago Recalled, (193)
  • Jarrow Accident, 1915, Recalled, (673)
  • Kildwick Collision, 1875, (219), (243)
  • King's Langley Collision, Lieut.-Col.
  • Mount's Report, 27, 73
  • Landslide at Winchfiold, (595). (621)
  • Level Crossing Accident at Pontsarn
  • Station, Colonel Trench's Report. (403)
  • Level Crossing Collision at Buckhurst Hill, (403)
  • Level Crossing Collision at Dalnaspidal, (243)
  • Level Crossing Collision between Barkeston
  • and Honington, Verdict of " Not
  • Guilty " Against Gateman, (143)
  • Level Crossing Fatality at Minster-on-Sea
  • Station, Colonel Woodhouse's Report, (349)
  • Lostock Junction Collision, 1920, Recalled, (91)
  • Moira Derailment, Col. Mount's Report, 5
  • Newark Collision, 1915. The Buckeye
  • Coupler at, (321)
  • Nine Elms Locomotive Junction Collision
  • of 1880 Recalled, (293)
  • Norton Fitzwarren Collision, 1890, Recalled, (481)
  • Perth Collision of Sixty Years Ago
  • Recalled, (117)
  • Railway Accidents, Annual Report of
  • Colonel Mount, 90. (189)
  • Railway Accidents, Statistics of Causes of, (117)
  • Railway Accidents for Last Quarter of 1934,
  • Thirty-seven Inquiries Held, (243)
  • Railway Accidents Reports, 405
  • Railway Accidents through Signalmen
  • Overlooking Trains and Engines, (595)
  • Scotsgap Accident, 1875, Recalled, (7)
  • Three Locomotive Derailments, 5, (65)
  • Tunnel Collapse of Berlin Underground
  • Railway, (193)
  • Welwyn Collision, Verdict on Victims, (39)
  • Welwyn Railway Accident, Colonel Mount's
  • Report. 334
  • Welwyn Garden City Collision, Col. Mount
  • and the Signalman, (377)
  • Winnington Derailment, 1880, Recalled, (169)
  • Witham Derailment 1905, (219)
  • Wormley Level Crossing Disaster, Col.
  • Trench's Report, (595)
  • American Railway Affairs, 549
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Centenary of
  • Thomas Viaduct across Petapsco River, 123
  • Branch Line between Quainton Road and
  • Brill Closed to all Traffic, (219)
  • Branch Line Single Track to be Doubled, (549)
  • British-owned Railways in Argentina, Position of, (673)
  • British Railway Policy, Sir Josiah Stamp, 557
  • British Railways as a National Asset, 108, 137 62, 186; (Leader, 195)
  • " Buckeye " Coupler, American Correspondent on, (91)
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Proposed Sister
  • Ship to " Empress of Britain," (39)
  • Canadian Pacific Transcontinental Railway,
  • November 7th, 1885, (513)
  • Centenaries of Several Railways, (219)
  • Couplings on Goods Trains, Failures of, (169)
  • Drumm Battery Train's Successful Working, (321)
  • Duke of Buccleuch, Association with the
  • Railways, (429)
  • Fish-plates on Indian Railway Track, (117)
  • ALLWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) (continued) :
  • German Railway Celebrations at Nuremburg, (621)
  •  ;relit Indian Peninsular Railway, Retirement
  • of Mr. W. H. Lilo', Deputy Chief Engineer (Signals), (219)
  • Great Southern Railways of Ireland, Linkingup Amiens-street, Dublin, with Midland
  • Section, (293)
  • Grouped' Railway Receipts for Half-year, (143)
  • Grouped Railways, Pooling of Competitive
  • Traffic. Sir Cyril Hurcomb, (455)
  • High Speed on Railways. 351
  • Hundred of Manhood and Selsey Tramways
  • to be Sold, (513)
  • Illuminated Signs and Interference with
  • Railway Working, (646)
  • Indian Railways Board Report, Indianisat ion
  • of Appointments, (169)
  • International Railway Congress in Paris, 937, (91)
  • Landslides on Railways and Official Inquiries, (567)
  • Level Crossings, Board of Trade Require ments for, (189)
  • London and Birmingham, Two-Hours Service, H. L. Wilkinson, (349)
  • London Passenger Transport Board. see page
  • xi
  • Mirrors on Signal-boxes, (567)
  • Moscow's " Metro," Preparation for Second
  • Section, (429), (455)
  • National Union of Railwaymen and Transport.
  • Workers, (567)
  • Newark Brake Trials, (39)
  • New York Central Lines, Combination of
  • Railways, (193)
  • " Passing Places " on Single Lines, (567)
  • Railway (Agreement) Bill, 837
  • Railway Assessment Authority, Report of, (219)
  • Railway Bridges in Salford, Condition of. (673)
  • Railway Census, Statistics, (349)
  • Railway Companies Conference with Railway
  • Trades Unions on Wages Cuts, (595)
  • Railway Directors Re-elected to Parliament, (541)
  • Railway Duration at Tawa Flat, New Zealand, Reduction of 24 Miles between
  • Wellington and Paekakariki, 266
  • Railway Material Exported, Board of Trade
  • Returns, (219), (481)
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, Work of Year, (11)
  • Railway Returns for 1934, Capital Statistics (429); Statistics, (621)
  • Railway Staffs' Census, 1935, Statistics, (293)
  • Railway Signalling, Modern Developments
  • in. Major L. H. Peter, 591
  • Railway Stations at Leeds, " Wellington "
  • and " New," (243)
  • Railway Working Receipts, Railway Returns
  • for 1934, (513)
  • Railway Works, Five Years' Plan for Reconstruction and Improvement, 469
  • Railway Works, State Aid for, 469
  • Railways and Unemployment, 515
  • Railways Development Bill, Expediting the, (595); Proposed Work Outlined, (595)
  • Resignalling of Manchester Central Station. (11)
  • Rolling Stock Developments in America, 241
  • Rolling Stock for Chinese Government.
  • British, (169)
  • Royal Commission on Railway Conciliation
  • Scheme, Late Sir John Field Beale and
  • his Service on, (673)
  • Searchlights on Engines, Colonel Mount, (65)
  • Settle and Carlisle Line Opened Sixty Years
  • Ago, (143)
  • State Aid for Railway Works, 469
  • Streamlined Trains in U.S.A., Reconstruction
  • Finance Corporation and, (266)
  • Stitt ens, Ltd., Considerable Proportion of
  • Interests Purchased by Carter, Paterson
  • and Co. (455)
  • Traffic Receipts for Twenty-six Weeks, (91)
  • Traffic Receipts for Thirty-second Week, (193)
  • Traffic Returns for Thirty-sixth Week, (293)
  • Traffic Returns for Thirty-ninth Week of
  • Grouped Lines, (377), (455)
  • Traffic Receipts for Forty-six Weeks, (695)
  • Viaduct, Centenary of Stone Arch, Baltimore
  • and Ohio Railroad, Thomas Viaduct Across
  • Petapsco River, 123
  • Wages of Railway Servants, Trades Unions
  • and, ( 349)
  • Wagon Tippler for China, 60-ton Side Dis-charge, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering
  • Works (0.E.C. ), 124
  • Workmen's Tickets and Componsat ion in
  • Relation to Accidents, (249)
  • Great Western Railway
  • Bristol and Gloucestershire Railway and
  • Gloucester and Avon Railway, Gauges
  • of, (349)
  • Brunel and the 7f t.. Gauge, (321)
  • " Cornish Riviera Limited," 1935, (91)
  • Dock Charges at South Wales Ports, (91)
  • Exeter and Newton Abbott Deviation, (613)
  • Great Western Railway Centenary, Visit to
  • Bristol, 233; (Leading Article, 246)
  • Great Western Railway Centenary
  • Banquet, 473
  • Important Reconstruction Works Under
  • Government Scheme, (293)
  • Loos Railway to Start from St. Germans. (513)
  • Permanent Way Work for Twelve Months, (481)
  • Plymouth, Improvement at, (641)
  • Signal Engineer, Appointment of F. H. D.
  • Page, (647)
  • Sleeper Creosoting Works at Hayes, 531. 596, 600
  • Sleeper Yard at Hayes, Improvements
  • Complete. (667)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway
  • Bale Stacking Trucks at L.M.S. Depots. 124
  • Crewe Library Offered to Crewe Corporation, 541); Offer Accepted, (647)
  • AILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) (c.. firmed
  • London. Midland and Scottish Railway (continued) :
  • Euston Station and St. Pancras to Continue as Terminals, (541)
  • Euston to Aberdeen, Locomotive Works
  • Through (ruin, (117)
  • High-speed Run on L.M.S. Railway,
  • Official Test of 4-6-2 Type Locomotive
  • No. 6200, " The Princess Royal," 37
  • Insulated Containers for Meat and Fruit
  • Traffic, 125
  • Jubilee of " West Coast Postal," Royal
  • Mail Express. (11)
  • L.M.S. Programme for 1936, 583
  • London to Birmingham, Times of Two
  • Hours Reduced by Five Minutes. (267), (349)
  • Milk Vans, Insulated, 74
  • Motive Power Depets, Alterations and
  • Modernisation of Several, (321)
  • New Mills Station and Access of Midland
  • Railway into Manchester, (143)
  • Passenger Station to be Constructed at Old
  • Roan, (673)
  • Rebuilding Queen's Hotel, Leeds, (91)
  • Research Laboratory at Derby, L.M.S., 630
  • Retirement of Mr. G. F. Thurston, (621)
  • Road Vehicles, Company Orders, 900, (455)
  • Sir Alan Garrett Anderson, M.P. for City
  • of London, (11)
  • Slopping Cars, First-elass, W. A. Stanior, 202
  • Traffic Returns for Twenty-sixth week, (39)
  • Train Punctuality, Result of Twenty-four
  • Hours' Test, (65)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • Appointment of Signal and Telegraph
  • Engineer, (621)
  • Dock Extensions at Hull, (541)
  • Financial Results for Half -year, (455)
  • Fish Dock at Grimsby, L. and N.E. Railway Become Tenants of, (193)
  • " Flying Scotsman," Fine Time-keeper, (349)
  • Grab to Unload Ore Installed at limningham Docks, Four Additional, (673)
  • Hull Marshalling Yard Opened, (647)
  • Improvements at West Quay, Tyne Dock, (219)
  • L. and N.E. Streamlined Train, John P.
  • Pearson, 489
  • Mottram Marshalling Yard, 445
  • Noise in Stations at Night, Elimination of, (65)
  • Overcrowding at Liverpool-street, Census
  • of Passengers, (11)
  • Permanent Way, Method for Wholesale
  • Renewal of, (073)
  • Retirements and Appointments, (169)
  • " Silver Jubilee " Express. London to
  • Newcastle in Four Hours, (193)
  • " Silver jubilee " Train, Trial Trip of, 348; (Leading Article, 351)
  • " The Silver Jubilee " Train, 318; Speed
  • of 101 m.p.h. on Trial Trip, (321)
  • Tablets on Bridges, Initiative of Mr. John
  • Miller, (455)
  • Trials of " Silver Fox " Locomotives, (673)
  • Water-softening Plants, Twenty-two Additional, 209
  • West Quay at Tyne Dock to bo
  • tteconatructod,(169)
  • Winter Train Services, Changes, (267)
  • Southern Railway
  • Electric Traction and Growth of Traffic,
  • Some Statistics, (193)
  • Electrical Extensions on, 339
  • Executives Tour United States and Canada
  • to Study Docks, Rail, Road and Air
  • Transport Developments, (377 )
  • Ferry Service between Dover and Dunkirk. (567)
  • Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, Closing
  • of, (65)
  • Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, Disposal
  • of Locomotives, Rolling Stock, and
  • Plant, (541)
  • Railway Assessment Authority and
  • Southern Railway, House of Lords,
  • Appeal, (567)
  • Reconstruct ion Work on Surbiton and
  • Woking Stations, (321)
  • Southampton Docks, Statistics for Oetoberi 935, (541)
  • Southampton Central Late Southampton
  • West, (11)
  • Telephone Exchange to be Transferred
  • from Hop to Waterloo Post Office
  • Exchange, (403)
  • Tinsley Green Station for Gatwick Airport,
  • . (293)
  • Traffic at Southampton Docks During
  • July, (219)
  • Waterloo and City Railway, Complaints
  • About Approaches to, (11)
  • Waterloo Junction Now Known us 1Vaterloo, (377)
  • Electrification of Railways :
  • Electric Railways for Glasgow, Proposed, 159
  • Electrical Extensions on Southern Railway, 339
  • Electrification and Electrical Equipment
  • Standardisation on Railways. (429)
  • Electrification of Bombay Railways, (223)
  • Electrification of Eastbourne, Hastings
  • Section, Official Opening, 1
  • Electrification of Glasgow District Subway,
  • W. R. Bruce, 674, 682
  • Electrification of Hungarian State Railways, Festival of Inauguration, 574
  • Electrification of Italian Railways, Savings
  • Effected by. (321); Saving of Coal by, (402)
  • Electrification of L.N.E. Main Line between
  • Manchester and Sheffield, (541)
  • Electrification of Portsmouth Line from
  • Hampton Court Junction, (513)
  • Electrification of Railway from Newcastle-upon-Tyne and South Shields. Proposed. 133, (143)
  • RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) (continued):
  • Electrification 01 Railways (continued):
  • Electrification of Railways in South
  • Lancashire, (91)
  • Electrification of Southern Railway and
  • Improved Condition in South-East
  • London, (11)
  • Electrification on Hungarian State Rail.ways, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical
  • Company, Ltd. , 86
  • Electrification of Wirral Railway. Pro•
  • posed, (513)
  • Electrification Scheme for Glasgow and
  • West of Scotland Railways, (143)
  • Electrification Scheme for Southern Railway, Further, 133
  • Glasgow Subway Electrification Completed, (621)
  • Railway Directors and Electrification, 623
  • Railway Electrification of South-East
  • Lancashire Lines, Alan Choriton and. (673)
  • Ministry of Transport :
  • Railway Statistics, Railway Returns for 1934, (513)
  • Railway Statistics for First Quarter. 1935, (65), (219); Statistics for March, 1935, (11), (65); Statistics for April, 1935, (91); Statistics for May, 1935, (267);
  • Statistics for Juno, 1935, (429) 4
  • Statistics for July, 1935, ( 481);
  • Statistics for August, 1935, (567)
  • Appointment of Sub-inspecting Officer of
  • Railways, (243), (267)
  • RAILWAY, LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS :
  • Balancing of They, -eylinder Locomotives,
  • F. L. Baxter, 84
  • Blood Pressure and Locomotive Drivers, (143)
  • Electric Locomotives for Routh African Rail•
  • ways, Metropolitan•Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 260
  • Geared Locomotives, The. 602; (Leading
  • Article, 597)
  • Locomotive Blast Pipe, Dr. A. Giesl-Gieslingen, 216
  • Locomotive Efficiency, Freight Tender
  • Engine does Smart Work, (647)
  • Locomotive " No. 103," Restoration of Highland Railway, 309
  • Locomotive " No. 123," Restoration of
  • Caledonian, 309
  • Locomotive Repair Shops in America, 86
  • Locomotives for San Paulo-Parana Plantations, 2-8-2 Metre-gauge, W. G. Bagnall,
  • Ltd., 681
  • Locomotives on British Railways. Tabulated
  • Statistics, 163
  • Locomotives Renewed during 1934, Statist ics, (647)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 4-6-2 Turbine Lucomotive, " No. 6202," 12, 14, 43; (Erratum, (256) ); Turbine
  • for L.M.S. Locomotive " No. 6202,"
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company,
  • Ltd., 12, 14; Turbine-driven Locomotive
  • " No. 6202," Working between Euston and
  • Liverpool, (321)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway,
  • Locomotive No. 6170, " The British
  • Legion," Built at Crewe. (267)
  • L.M.S. Locomotive, " British Legion," Earl
  • Jollicoe Christens, 499
  • L. M.S. Four-cylinder, 4-6-2 Locomotive 1' No. 6203," 74
  • L.N.E.R.Locomotive "No. 7930" Broken Up,
  • Originally " No. 930," G.E. Railway, was
  • Erected in 92 Hours, (219)
  • " Silver Link," Streamlined Locomotive,
  • H. N. Greeley, 318
  • Railway Locomotive Models. Lent to London
  • Museum by E. D. Lowry, (512)
  • Diesel, Oil, and Oil-Electric (also Railcars);
  • •• Flying Hamburger," Record for. (76)
  • Geared Oil-engine Locomotive. ('anadian
  • National Railways, 638
  • High-speed Railcars in Germany, (513)
  • Locomotive, Automatic Gear-changing,
  • F. C. Hibbard and Co., Ltd., 510
  • Locomotive, Oil-engine d Factory, Hunxlet
  • Engine Company, Ltd., 489
  • Locomotive, 12 h.p. Internal Combustion,
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 536
  • Locomotive, 20 h.pp. Oil-engined Mine
  • " Planet," F. C. Hibbard and Co., Ltd., 505, 510
  • Locomotives, 2ft. Gauge Simplex Oil and
  • Petrol-engined, Motor Rail, Ltd., 507
  • Locomotives. 18121 and 36 42 h.p. Oil-engine-driven, Rust on and Hornsby,
  • Ltd., 537
  • Oil-electric Locomotives for India, 1309
  • h.p., Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth
  • and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 98
  • Oil -engined Locomotive, Hunslet 10/12
  • h.p., Robert Hudson, Ltd., 590
  • Railcar, Streamlined 140 h.p. Oil-electric
  • Railcar for Buenos Aires %%Postern Railway, Ltd., Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Ltd., 671
  • Railcar, 260 Hardy Motors, Ltd., 477
  • Railcar between Strasbourg and Paris,
  • Record Run by Bugatti, (673)
  • Railcar for Del Norte Railway Company,
  • Spain, Beardmore-Somita-Naval, 47
  • RAYON Staple Fibre Factory in Italy, (91)
  • Reducing Gears, Vertical Shaft Worm, " Radicon." David Brown and Sons (Hudd.). Ltd., 411
  • Refrigerant, Frozen Sodium Chloride Brine as, (567)
  • Refrigeration, Proposed School of, 393
  • Refrigerating Equipment for Orient Line's
  • s.c. " Orion." J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 215
  • Refrigerating Plant, Hallmark Automatic, J.
  • and E. Hall. Ltd., Suppi., 13.9.35, iii
  • Refrigerating Machine, Three-cylinder Electrically Driven CO,. 3. and E. Hall, Ltd.,
  • Suppt.. 13.9.35, iii
  • Refrigeration in South African Fruit Trade, 583
  • Refuse-collecting Motor Van, Dennis Brothers,
  • Ltd., 589
  • Refuse Collection by Electric Vehicles, R. L.
  • Acland, (673)
  • Refuse Masticator, Patent Lightning Crusher
  • Company, Ltd., 563
  • Reinforced Concrete Slabs, Distribution of
  • Concentrated Loads in, C. V. Runde, 161
  • Research in Industry during Twenty-five Years,
  • Proposed Banquet to Celebrate. (403)
  • Research Survey. African, 422
  • Reservoir, Oldham Town Council's Proposal to
  • Sell Pennine, (403)
  • Reservoir and Pipe Line for Los Angeles Water
  • Supply. Bouquet Canyon, 134, 144
  • Resin Known as " Acronals," Synthetic. (267)
  • Reverse Reduction Gear for Oil Engines, Ruston
  • and Hornsby. Ltd., 426
  • River Beds, Scour in, M. G. Ionidea, 196
  • River Flow Records, River Dee. 348
  • River Lee Improvements, 419
  • River Nene Improvement Scheme, (143)
  • River Pollution, Problems of, Dr. Parker, 599
  • Rivets, American Standards for Large, (OS)
  • ROADS AND HIGHWAYS (see also London
  • Passenger Transport Board) :
  • Arterial Road Traffic Diversion Scheme fur
  • Lancashire. Further, (38)
  • Central Highways Board, Proposed, 499
  • Chester-Holyhead Road, Improvements to, 446. 447 (Two-page Supplement, November 1st, 1935)
  • Colwyn Bay-Abergele Road Widening,
  • Ministry of Transport Grant for, (321)
  • Cost of Road Building and Surfacing in
  • Alabama, Testing Laboratory and, (541)
  • Departmont of Scientific and Industrial
  • Research, Road Research Board Report. 339
  • Dual Carriageways on London- Brighton
  • Road in East Sussex, (169)
  • East Lancashire Road, Minister of Transport
  • Derestricts Portion of, (567)
  • Exeter By-pass Road, Tenders Invited for
  • Completion of, (267), 283
  • Expenditure on Reads, Captain Austin
  • Hudson, (39)
  • Fleet-street, Relaying of, (169)
  • Grosz • Glockner Transalpine Highway
  • Opened, (143)
  • Highway. Trans-European, 233
  • Highway and the Motorway, G. E. /Wilco., Is. 570
  • Highways Board, Proposed Central, 499
  • International Highway from London to
  • Istanbul, Automobile Association's Survey
  • of, (65)
  • Keswick Road, Difficulty and Controversy
  • Over Proposed, 257
  • London Road Scheme, Important, 81
  • Motor Roads in France, (267)
  • Penyolip Road and Viaduct Opened, 365
  • Railing Off Pavements in Stepney. (595)
  • Rammer, " Frog," C. H. Johnson and Sons,
  • Ltd.. 537
  • Rammer for Road-breaking and Light Pile
  • Driving, " Kangarammer, ' C. H. Johnson
  • and Sons. Ltd., 537
  • Road Accident Analysis, 159
  • Road Accidents, Statistics, (169)
  • Road and Bridge Reconstruction in Lineoltishire Fens, (143)
  • Road and Railway Transport Act (Northern
  • Ireland), 1935, Royal Assent Received for. (143)
  • Road Breaker, Warsop, G. Cohen. Sons and
  • Co.. Ltd., 564
  • Road Breaking and Noise, 361
  • Road Bridge Across Severn. Proposed, (567)
  • Road Casualties in Forty-eight Weeks, (621)
  • Road Experiments. 419
  • Road Experiments. Technical Advisory
  • Committee of Ministry of Transport. 419
  • Road Locomotive, Oil-engine-driven Showman's, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds). Ltd.. 99
  • Road-making Grouts from Minister of Transport. (143)
  • Road Regulations, F. W. Hatton. 575
  • Road Research, 339
  • Road Research Board Report, 339, 410
  • Road Safety Progress. Broadcast by Minister
  • of Transport on. 365
  • Road Sign. " Halt at Major Road Ahead," 183
  • Road Traffic Census, (193)
  • Road Transport, Brigadier-General Sir A.
  • Osborne Mance. 309
  • Road Transport in Northern 'relent'. Trans.
  • port Board Appointed, (267)
  • Road Width and Accidents, Professor R. L.
  • Morrison, (403)
  • Rock Salt Used in Road Construction, (412)
  • " Silent " Road Breakers, A. Stewart, 223
  • Street Lighting, 469
  • Street Noises. L. Antler and P. Baron. 18
  • Subway Opened in London, Another, 583
  • Subways for Monument. Station, Pedestrian, (293)
  • Trans-Continental High Road, 283
  • Trans-European Highway, 233
  • Wandsworth By-pass and First Publi
  • Railway, Preservation of Stones Used as
  • Sleepers. (193)
  • Wandsworth By-pass Road and Surrey Iron
  • Railway. (139)
  • ROLLER, 2-Ton, Marshall, Sons and Co.. 33
  • Roller, 34 b.h.p. Oil Engine Driven Road.
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd.. 506
  • Roller, 2-24-Ton, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 505
  • Roller Hearings on L.M.S. Turbomotive, British
  • Timken Company, Ltd., 168
  • Rolling Mill, 41-Ton High-speed Fly-wheel for. •
  • Hick, Hargreaves and Co.. Ltd., 654
  • Rolling Mill Bearings, Pressure Oiling System
  • for, Stream Line Filter Company. Ltd., 628
  • Rolling Mill in Japan. Lay-ont of Reversing,
  • F. C. Baumann. 121
  • Rolling Mill Research Laboratory in Moscow, (432)
  • Rolling Mill Rolls, Production of, R. B. Tennent,
  • Ltd.. 566
  • Rolling Process for Steel Strips and Sheets
  • Acquired from American Rolling Mill Company by Richard Thomas and Co.. (673)
  • Rolls for Rolling Mills, Correction, (606)
  • Ropeway Extension Frame, R. White and Sons, 603
  • Rotary, Annular and Tandem Compound
  • Beams, G. Watkins, 61
  • Rotating Speed Record in U.S.A., (377)
  • Roughness and " Shoe " Marks on Tinplate,
  • John Williams, 60
  • Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Professor
  • W. Kerr Succeeds Professor A. L. Mellanby, 663
  • Rubber and its Engineering Uses, B. D. Porritt. 644
  • Rubber from 5Ionovinylacetylene. Synthetic, (219)
  • Rubber Output in Russia, Synthetic, (11)

S

  • SAFETY Lamp for Miners, Interesting. (513)
  • Sand Blasting Apparatus, " Sand Wizard,"
  • Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 298
  • Sand Mixer, " Rotoil," Fordath Engineering
  • Company, Ltd., Suppe., 20.9.35, v
  • Science, Unapplied, 323
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Appointments to Advisory Council to Committee of
  • Privy Council for, (455)
  • Science and Technology, Fundamental, 075
  • SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS :
  • Air Flow Transmitter Meter, George Kent,
  • Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35, xi
  • Alarm Indicator, Maximum Demand, Price
  • and Belsho,m, Ltd., 48
  • A'utomatic Boiler Control Panel, George
  • Kent, Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35. xii
  • Automatic Measuring Apparatus, Lassen-Hjort, United Water Softeners, Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 20.9.35, iv
  • Brightness Meter, Street Surface, General
  • Electric Company, Ltd., 603
  • Calorimeter, ElectrieSteam Dryness, Dobbie,
  • McInnes and Clyde, Ltd., 315
  • Calorimeter, Separating and Throttling,
  • Dobbie, McInnes and Clyde, Ltd., 315
  • Controller, Flexipush, Foster Instrument
  • Company, Suppt., 20.9.35, v
  • Dial Thermostat, Negretti and Zambra,
  • Suppe., 13.9.35, vii
  • Disc Testing Machine, David Brown and
  • Sons (Hudd.), Ltd., 521
  • Echo Sounder, " Husun," Henry Hughes
  • and Son, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, viii
  • Electrical Indicator. Sunbury, 263
  • Engine Indicator, Standard-Sunbury, E. S. L.
  • Beale and R. Stanfield, 617
  • Fatigue Tester, Electro-magnetic, General
  • Electric Company, Ltd., 201
  • Flow Divider for Powdered Fuel-fired Boilers,
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial
  • Research, 345
  • Flow Meter, Indicating, Dewrance and Co., 371
  • Flow Meters, Mechanical, Dr. F. V. A. E.
  • Engel and R. J. Wey, 558, 584, 612
  • Flow Recorder, George Kent, Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35, xii
  • Hardness Tester. W. and T. Avery, Ltd.,
  • Suppe., 13.9.35, viii
  • Helmsman, Automatic, S. G. Brown, Ltd.,
  • Suppe., 13.9.35, i
  • Indicator, Engine, Standard-Sunbury, E. S.
  • L. Beale and R. Stanfield, 617, 642, 667
  • Indicator, " Teledep," Dobbie, McInnes and
  • Clyde, Ltd., 316
  • Magnet, Testing, Rapid Magnetting Machine,
  • Company. Ltd., 318
  • Magnets, Lifting, Electromagnets, Ltd., 401
  • Meters, Mechanical Flow. Dr. F. V. A. E.
  • Engel and R. J. Wey, 558, 584, 612
  • Micro-Densitometer, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 301
  • Nautical Instruments, John Lilley and Son,
  • Ltd., 345
  • Photo-Electric Reflection Meter, Salford
  • Electrical Instruments, Ltd., 250
  • Pressure Regulators, Electroflo Meters Company, Ltd., 538
  • Pyrometers, Electrical, Foster Instrument
  • Company, Suppe., 20.9.35, V
  • Range-finding Equipment, Barr and Stroud,
  • Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35, i
  • Rate of Flow Indicator, Lea Recorder Company, Ltd., 564
  • Recorders, G. Kent, Ltd., 590
  • Recording Apparatus, Lea Recorder Company, Ltd., 563
  • Recording Instruments on Boiler Equipment
  • at London Brewery, James Gordon and Co., 228
  • Regulator, Copes, Suppt., 20.9.35, v
  • Regulator, Reavell-.A.skania, Suppt., 13.9.35,
  • xi
  • Scientific Instruments. Ernst Leitz, Suppe.. 13.9.35, vi
  • Speed Checking System, " Relator." A. J.
  • Ashdown, 409
  • Speed Indicating Equipment, British Thornson-Houston Company, Ltd., 520
  • Spring Testing Machine, W. and T. Avery,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, viii
  • Stress Finder, Langley, Kelvin, Bottomley
  • and Baird, Ltd., 372
  • Stress Testing Machine, " Wohler " Reversal
  • of. W. and T. Avery, Ltd., Suppe., 13.9.35,
  • viii
  • Temperature Controller, Negretti and Zambra, Suppe., 13.9.35, vii
  • Tensometer, Worm Gear Type, Tensometer.
  • Ltd., 372
  • Testing Machine for Russia, Compound Lever,
  • W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 226
  • Thermostats, Sun-Vic Controls, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, ix
  • Thermometers, Foster Instrument Company,
  • Suppe., 20.9.35, v
  • Toolmakers' Microscope, Ernst Leitz, Suppe., 13.9.35, vi
  • Vibration Recorder, Sensitive, C. F. Casella
  • and Co., Ltd., 74
  • Voltage-control Dynamos, Compensated,
  • C.A.V.-Bosch, Ltd., Suppe., 20.9.35, x
  • Water Alarm, High and Low, Hopkinsons,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35. viii
  • SCIENTIFIC Management, Opening of Sixth
  • International Congress, 55
  • Scour in River Beds, M. G. Ionides, 196
  • Sea Defence on Sussex Coast, Opening of
  • Rottingdean and Saltdean Under°liff Drive. (117)
  • Sea Wall at Hythe, Kent, Reconstruction of, (403)
  • Sea Waves, Dynamics of, Committee's Work for
  • International Congress of Navigation, 269
  • Separator, Magnetic, Electromagnets, Ltd.. 401
  • Separator, Magnetic. Rapid Magnetting
  • Machine Company, Ltd., 318
  • Separators, Magnetic, Fraser and Chalmers
  • Engineering Works, 522
  • Sewage Disposal Apparatus for Orient Line's
  • s.s. " Orion," Adams-Hydraulics. Ltd., 216
  • Sewage Disposal Plant at Davyhultne, Activated Sludge, Activated Sludge, Ltd., 109, 118
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Paarl, South Africa. 408
  • Sewage Distributor, " Fan-Spray " Pipe Arm.
  • Jones and Attwood, Ltd., 590
  • Sewage Pollution of River Thames, (169)
  • Sewage Purification Works at Airdrie Opened, (349)
  • Sewage Treatment by Use of Powdered Activated Carbon, (513)
  • Sewage Works for Chicago, 204
  • Sewage Works of Glasgow. Modernisation of, (11)
  • ',Sewerage Scheme, West Middlesex, 322, 328
  • Shale Field Discovered at West Calder, (429)
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :
  • General :
  • welded Vessel for Quebec and Ontario
  • Transportation Company, Ltd., Ordered
  • from Swan, Hunter and Wigham
  • Richardson, Ltd., (621)
  • American Liners, Proposal for Two, (219)
  • American Liner Construction, Proposed, 637
  • Anti-corrosive Paints for Ships' Bottoms,
  • Trials by S. Oshima on, (349)
  • Australian Trade Mission Ship, (143)
  • Bidston Dock, Birkenhead, Vessel " WUri "
  • Uses, (39)
  • Board of Trade Engineer and Ship Surveyors, Competitive Examination for, (530)
  • British Liner Record, P. and 0. Liner
  • " Strathmore " Creates Record, 499
  • British Shipping and Foreign Competition, 283
  • British Shipping Merger, 419
  • Cargo Motor Ships for Nippon Vusen
  • Kaisha, Two, (65)
  • Cargo Ships, Fire Prevention in, 390
  • Cargo Ships in Winter, Safety of, 257
  • Cargo Ship Ordered on Wear for Bantham
  • Steamship Company, 9000-ton, (541)
  • Cargo Vessels' Route to Far East by
  • ti iprthern Coasts of Europe and Asia, (595)
  • Casualties Among Ships during April, (39)
  • Chinese Government Accedes to International Load Line Convention, 1930, (321)
  • Clyde Shipping Deal, 283
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Conditions of, (243)
  • Coasting Vessel Launched Broadside on
  • at Faversham, (595)
  • Cross-Channel Packets, Developments in,
  • 0. W. Tripp, 114; Correction, (182)
  • Cross-Channel Steamers, Development of,
  • Maurice E. Denny, 401
  • Direotion-finding Apparatus for Ships at
  • Cape Town Harbour, (117)
  • Donaldson Atlantic Line, Ltd., Previously
  • Known as Anchor-Donaldson Line, (117)
  • Dredging Ocean Dock, Southampton, for
  • " Queen Mary," (595)
  • Dredger, Large Gold, Yuba Manufacturing
  • Company, 631
  • French Steamship Service to Australia
  • Discontinued, (481)
  • French Tonnage " Laid Up," Statistics, (429)
  • Fruit Vessels, Spain to Build Fleet of, (377)
  • Fuel for Ships, Statistics, (142)
  • German Coasting Vessels, Modernising, (243)
  • German Levant Line, Hamburg, Ltd.,
  • Formation of Shipping Line, (91)
  • German Shipping Laid Up, Statistics, (219)
  • Greenock Shipyard Sold by Harland and
  • Wolff, Ltd., 107
  • Hamburg-American Line, Flag Ship Name
  • Changed from Albert 13allin " to
  • " Hansa," (481)
  • Hull Form of Ships and Collisions at Sea, (293)
  • Icebreaker and Buoyage Vessel, Swedish
  • Government's Oil-engine-propelled, (541)
  • Idle Shipping, Decrease in, (403)
  • Insured Workers in Shipbuilding and
  • Repairing Industry, (621)
  • International Convention for Safety of
  • Life at Sea, U.S.S.R. Government
  • Ratifies, (91)
  • International Shipping Conference, Postponed Indefinitely, (429)
  • Italy Purchases German Liners, (267)
  • Laid-up Tonnage in Sweden, (91)
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 50, 106, 1.-)s, 182, 228, 256, 282, 392, 414, 440. 494, 526,578,636,662
  • Launches during September of Steam and
  • Motor Vessels, (455)
  • Launching of Ships Without Slipways,
  • Experiments at St. Nazaire, (117)
  • Lifeboat Launches to Help Vessels in
  • Distress during September, Fifty-one, (377)
  • Lifeboats, Royal National Lifeboat Institution Completes Two Improved Type, (647)
  • Lifeboats and Life-saving Apparatus,
  • U.S. Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection and, (193)
  • Liner and Shipping Casualties, 183
  • Liner for United States, 30,000-ton, 81
  • Liner of " Manhattan " or " Washington "
  • Class to be Constructed, (481)
  • Liners Purchased by Italian Government, (169)
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued)
  • General ke.mtmu.1).
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Resignation
  • of Mr. J. Howard Glover, (672)
  • Lloyd's Register of Wreck Returns,
  • Statistics, (429)
  • Measurement of Torque and Thrust in
  • Ships, V. W. H. Towns, 523
  • Mercantile Marine, World's Gross Reduction in, Lloyd's Register of Shipping
  • Returns, 100
  • Motor Liner for Lloyd Triestino Ordered. (541)
  • Mercantile Marine of Japan. Statistics. (595)
  • Mercantile Shipbuilding Orders, 499
  • Merchant Fleet of America, Position of, (481)
  • Merchant Fleets of the World, Official
  • German Statistics, (377)
  • National Shipbuilders' Security, Ltd.,
  • Annual Meeting, 309
  • Navigation Congress in Brussels, Sixteenth
  • International, 233
  • Newhaven-Dieppe Service, First and
  • Third Class, Second Class Abolished, (39)
  • Oil-electric Paddle Ships, E. B. Parker, 60
  • Oil Tanker Ordered by Anglo-American
  • Oil Company, Ltd., (541)
  • Orient Liner, Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., to
  • Build Another, (403)
  • P. and 0. Steam Navigation Company
  • Appoints Captain E. 3. Thornton
  • Commodore of Fleet, (267)
  • Palmers, Hebburn, Reconstructed Board
  • of Directors, 55
  • Passenger and Cargo Liners for Gorman
  • African Lines, (293)
  • Pollution of Sea by Oil, 365
  • Progress of Shipbuilding, Professor P. A.
  • Hillhouse, 409
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns. Lloyd's
  • Register of Shipping, 61
  • Queen's Channel, Mersey Docks and
  • Harbour Bcard's Improvements on, (321)
  • Safety at Sea, Committee of Experts
  • Appointed, 81
  • Safety at Sea, 637
  • Sale of Messrs. D. and W. Henderson and
  • Co.'s Shipyard, (481)
  • Seamen and International Labour Organisation at Geneva, (567)
  • Sea Pollution by Oil, Report by League of
  • Nations Organisation for Communications and Transport, 365
  • Shipbreaking Price Offered by Italian
  • irms, (243)
  • Shipbuilding Employers' Federation,
  • Annual Elections, (595)
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 183, 365. 499
  • Shipbuilding Returns. Quarter's, 440
  • Shipbuilding Trades, Wages in, 133
  • Shipping Between Japan and New Zealand, (429)
  • Shipping Casualties, Statistics. (349)
  • Shipping Contracts Placed in England by
  • Now Zealand Government, (429)
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition. The Lord Sempill to Open
  • Exhibition, (256)
  • Shipping in Port of London, Eight Weeks
  • of Over One Million Net Register Tons
  • Per Week, (267)
  • Shipping Merger, A British, 419
  • Shipping Service of Messagories Maritimes
  • Suspended, Three, (267)
  • Shipping Rationalisation, International,209
  • Shipping Tonnage at Southampton, Statistics, (403)
  • Shipping Tonnages from Harland and
  • Wolff's Yards, (673)
  • Shipping under Construction in Great
  • Britain, J. Denham Christie, (267)
  • Shipping Using British Ports Increases
  • during Year, 1934-35, (513)
  • Ship's Emergency Generating Set, Parsons
  • Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 603
  • Ship's Model in Paraffin Wax, Department
  • of Scientific and Industrial Research, 8uppt., 20.9.35, xii
  • Ships for Demolition, Forty-five, (647)
  • Ships Laid Up on River Tyne, Statistics, (65)
  • Ships Laid Up in Great Britain and Ireland, Statistics, (429)
  • Shipyard Wages, Conference on, (91), 309
  • Shipyards at La Plata, Improvements of, (403)
  • Speed of Cross-Channel Ships. (321)
  • Steering Gear, Committee of Experts
  • Appointed to Investigate, 81
  • Subsidy Payable to Shipowners Trading
  • more than Certain Percentage of Eligible
  • Tonnage, (513)
  • Swedish Shipyards, Thirty-one Vessels in
  • Hand at, (90)
  • Timber-carrying Vessels Constructed on
  • Tees, Seven Soviet, (595)
  • Tonnage Launched on Clyde during June, (39)
  • Training Officers for Mercantile Service, (321)
  • Tramp Shipping Subsidy, 257
  • Tramp Shipping Industry Subsidy, (621)
  • Tug Operating on Suction Gas on Rhine,
  • Motor. (169)
  • Union Castle Mail Steamship Company,
  • Ltd., Captain .1. H. Icerbey Appointed
  • Commodore, (513)
  • United States Lines, Inviting Tenders for
  • Cabin Liner, (647)
  • Vehicular Ferry Boat for Whiteinch to
  • Cost £37,000, (621)
  • Wages in Shipbuilding Trades, 133
  • Whaling Fleet, Orders Placed in Germany,
  • for, (169)
  • Wreck Inquiries, Mr. Walter Runciman to
  • Make Statement on, (91)
  • Wrecks. Statistics for 1934, (651)
  • Yacht Construction, Metals Used in, 141
  • Named Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • Altino," Motor Passenger Cruiser for Venice, Breda Cantiere, Navale, Venezia, 242
  • " Amsterdam," Liner Sold to German
  • Buyers for a Whale Oil Factory, (541)
  • Athlone Castle," Date of Launch of
  • Union Castle Liner, (429)
  • L'Atlantique," Settlement of Claims, 637
  • " Baarn," Inquiry into Fire on Liner, (403)
  • •' Berengaria," The Fate of the. (481)
  • " Blairgowrie," Finding of Wreck Commissioners on Loss of Cargo Ship, 27
  • Blairgowrie," Inquiry, Findings by Lord
  • Merrivale, Wreck Commissioner, 102
  • " Cameronia," Reconditioning of Anchor
  • Liner, (293)
  • Charlotte Elizabeth," Launch of Scotch-built Motor Lifeboat, (11)
  • Charlotte Elizabeth," Motor Lifeboat
  • for Port Askaig, Islay, (193)
  • " Clan Macarthur," Fastest Cargo Liner
  • in South African Trade, (513)
  • • Dilwara," 3000 s.h.p. Five-cylinder
  • Opposed-piston Engine for Twin-screw
  • Motor Vessel, Barclay, Curie and Co.,
  • Ltd., 460, 461
  • " Doric," Cunard White Star Liner to be
  • Broken Up, (403), (429)
  • " Dunedin Star." Launch of Blue Star
  • Liner, (481)
  • " Egypt," Attempts to Recover Bullion
  • on P. and 0. Vessel, (11)
  • " Enchantress," Admiralty Yacht to be
  • Broken Up, (193)
  • " Europa's One Hundredth Atlantic
  • Crossing, (91), (169)
  • " Hessen," Liner Sold to German Buyers
  • for a Whale Oil Factor (541)
  • Homeric," Reported Negotiations for
  • Sale to Germany of Cunard White Star
  • Liner, (673)
  • " Jagersfontein," Record Trip of Holland
  • Africa Lines Motor Ship, (91)
  • " Jamaica Producer," Banana-carrying
  • Steamer, Lithgows, Ltd., 164, 188
  • '• James Rockbreaker," Stranding of
  • Dredger, (673)
  • " Joseph Medill," Electric All-Welded
  • Vessel, (39); Search for All-welded Motor
  • Vessel, (321); Investigation into Loss
  • of All-welded Motor Vessel, (673)
  • Kanimbla," Ship's Emergency Generating Set for Liner, Parsons Oil Engine
  • Company, Ltd., 603
  • " Konig Albert," Salvage at Scapa Flow
  • of German Battleship, (143)
  • " La Crescenta," Investigation into Loss
  • of Tank Steamship, (481); Lord Merrivale's Finding in Loss of Oil Tanker, 637, (647); Appeal Against Findings of
  • Court of Inquiry ? (647)
  • " Laurentic," Expeditious Repairs to
  • Cunard White Star Liner, Harland and
  • Wolff, Ltd., 257; Reported Negotiations for Sale to Germany of Cunard
  • White Star Liner, (673)
  • Leviathan " to bo Used as School Ship,
  • U.S. Lines Liner, (91)
  • " Lusitania," Located by Salvage Vessel
  • ss. " Ophir," (455)
  • " Majestic," Withdrawal of Custard White
  • Star Liner, 611
  • " Mantua," Sold to Chinese Shipbreakers,
  • P. and 0. Liner, (193)
  • " Mantua," Last Voyage of P. and 0.
  • Liner, 257
  • " Massey Shaw," Fire Float, Used at.
  • Wapping Fire, (349)
  • " Mauretania," Last Voyage of the, 1, (11), 27
  • " Mauretania," Model Placed in Mariners'
  • Chapel, Winchester Cathedral, (91)
  • " Mauretania Hotel," New York, 445
  • " Medway " Steamship, Built 1878-79, 153
  • " Millpool," Findings of Wreck Commissioners on Loss of Steamer, (117)
  • " Moira," Examination of All-welded Oil
  • Tank Steamer, (377)
  • " Normandie," Adjustments to be Made
  • at Havre, (143); Fuel Consumption on
  • French Liner, (39); Overhaul at Le
  • Havre of French Liner, (429); Receipts
  • for First Seven Voyages, (403); Southampton to be Port of Call on Eastward
  • and Westward Voyages, (673); Technical Peculiarities of French Liner, Jean
  • Marie, 531; Trials of French Liner, 557;
  • Visit to Cowes Roads, 81
  • " Ocean Coast," Launch of Twin-screw
  • Motor Vessel, Coast Lines, Ltd., Henry
  • Robb, Ltd., 133, (267)
  • " Olympic," Sale of, (193), (257), (293), (349); Last Voyage of, (403)
  • " Orcades," Name of Orient Liner, (647)
  • " Orion," Orient Line's Steamship, Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 194, 198, 213
  • " Orion," Speed Trials of Orient Liner, (143)
  • " Orion," Voyage from Tilbury to Southampton of Orient Line's Twin-Screw
  • Steamer, (169)
  • " Princess Elizabeth," Paddle Steamer,
  • John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., (349)
  • " Princess Ena," Loss by Fire of Southern
  • Railway Cross-Channel Steamer, (143)
  • " Princess Juliana " in Collision with
  • Danish Mail Boat " Esbjerg," (11)
  • • Port Townsville," Commonwealth and
  • Dominion Motor Cargo Liner, Swan,
  • Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 233; Maiden Voyage, 233
  • " Queen Mary," Progress of Work on
  • Cunard White Star Liner, (169), (267);
  • Date of Maiden Voyage, May 27th, 1936, (481); Capt. Sir Edgar Britten to Command Cunard-White Star Liner, (567);
  • Arrangements for Trip to Southampton, (567)
  • Rosabella," Lifeboat for Ilfracombe, (647)
  • • Royal Silver Jubilee, 1910-1935," Lifeboat for Wells, Norfolk, (647)
  • " Sheherazade," Largest Oil Tanker Constructed in France, (429)
  • Stalingrad," First Commercial Vessel to
  • Make Passage through Arctic, (377)
  • St atendam," Dutch Government to
  • Build Liner in Holland, (429), (455)
  • " Stirling Castle," Union - Castle Mail
  • Motor Vessel to be Named, (11); Launch
  • of Union-Castle Mail Steamship Company's Mail Liner, Harland and Wolff,
  • Ltd., (143), (169). 183; Engines of
  • Union Castle Liner, Harland and Wolff,
  • Ltd.. 250
  • " Strathmore." P. and 0. Liner, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 288, 289, 294, 325:
  • Record Run, Marseilles to Bombay in
  • Ten Days, 499
  • " Talisman," L.N.E. Railway, Oil-electric
  • Paddle Vessel, A. and J. Inglis, Ltd., 6
  • " Talisman," The Running of Oil-electric
  • Paddle Boat, G. A. Inglis, (673)
  • Turangi," Oil-enginecl Tug for New
  • Zealand, Petters Ltd., 251
  • " Umtata," Launch of Twin•screw Passenger and Cargo Liner, (259), (267)
  • " Vardulia," Total Loss of Crew of Donald.
  • son Liner, (429)
  • " Vigilant." Launch of Fishing Patrol
  • Vessel, (595)
  • " Viking," Largest Trawler Built at Aberdeen, (293)
  • " Ville d'Alger." French Liner, to Carry
  • Out Firing Practice as Auxiliary Cruiser
  • during Trial Trips, (267), (349)
  • " Vulcania," Speed of 23.33 Knots
  • Attained by Italian Motor Vessel, (673)
  • Wairangi," Record Passage of Motor
  • Vessel, (193)
  • " Wairwera " Makes Record Trip from
  • England to the Cape, (19:1)
  • Naval Matters :
  • BRITISH :
  • His Majesty King George V. Silver
  • Jubilee Naval Review. July 16th, 1935, 55, 67; Trawlers and Herring
  • Drifters Represent Fishing Fleet at
  • Silver Jubilee Naval Review, (11)
  • Capital Ships of the Future, 171
  • Destroyer Flotilla, Proposed Additional, 637, (647)
  • Naval Base at Mers-el-Kebir, Algeria,
  • Plans for, (541)
  • Naval Conference, London. 543, 611, 637. 663
  • Naval Construction Programme. 339
  • Naval Limitation, 107
  • Naval Orders Placed, 419. 409. 499
  • Naval Ships of 1935, Names of, 531
  • Navy Week at Chatham, (65)
  • Naval Week on Clyde, 159
  • Non-magnetic Ship for Admiralty to be
  • Named " Research," (621)
  • Rebuilding the Navy, 405
  • Sea Trials of H.M.A.S. " Sydney," 339
  • H.M. Cruiser " Birmingham," Keel Plate
  • Laid of, (91)
  • H.M. Destroyer " Grafton " to be
  • Launched July 22nd, 1935, (11);
  • Launched at Southampton, (293)
  • H.M. Flotilla Leader " Grenville,"
  • Launch of, 159
  • " Galatea," Delivered to Admiralty, 159
  • H.M.S. " Gallant," Launch of " G "
  • Class Destroyer, (377)
  • H.51. Destroyer " Glowworm " to be
  • Launched September 18th, 1935, (11);
  • Launched at Woolston Yard, (91)
  • " Greyhound," Trials Completed
  • of, (676)
  • H.M.S. " Penelope," Launch of, 393
  • H.M.S. " Ramillies " in Collision with
  • N.D.L. Steamer " Eisenach," (243)
  • H.M.S. " Renown," Re-engitting of, (193). 446
  • Barge for Commander-in-Chief of Mediterranean Fleet, Trials of. British
  • Power Boat Company. Ltd., (64)
  • Naval Picket Boat to Hold Forty Men,
  • Successful Trials of, (513)
  • " Narwhal," Launch of H.M. Submarine, Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 233
  • Submarine " Seawolf " Launched,
  • Coastal Defence, (595)
  • " Woolwich," Destroyer Depot Ship, 55
  • H.M.A.S. " Sydney," Sea Trials of, 339
  • FOREIGN :
  • " Dunkerque," Unusual Method of
  • Launching French Battleship. (377)
  • French Cruiser " blontcalm " Launched, 497
  • French Submarine " La Perle " Launched
  • at Toulon, (143)
  • German Battle-cruisers Approaching
  • Launching Stage, (143)
  • German Naval Programme, 27
  • Greek Naval Construction Programme, (117)
  • Italian Submarine "G. Finxi " Launched, (11)
  • " Konig Albert," Salving Ex-German
  • Battleships, Metal Industries. Ltd.. 396, 404
  • Mine Laying Cadet Ship " Olaf Tryggvason," 107
  • Mine Sweepers for Siamese Government.,
  • Italian-built, (117)
  • Naval Programme in United States of
  • America, (169)
  • Salving the Ex-German Battleship
  • " Konig Albert," 396, 404
  • Soviet Submarine " B.3 " Raised and
  • Taken to Kronstadt, (143)
  • Submarines for Italian Navy, Four, (377)
  • " Tonnant," Trials of French Submarine, (65)
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyers for Polish
  • Government, J. Samuel White and
  • Co., Ltd., (117)
  • United States of America, Naval Programme, (267), (403)
  • SHOCK Absorber, Industrial, Monarch Controller Company, Ltd.. 629
  • Sign Clock, Electric, Sign Construction Com•
  • pany, Ltd., 576
  • Silencer for " Atlas " Concrete Breakers,
  • Counterflow, 507
  • Silencer for Exhausts, " Vokes-Blanvac," 509
  • Silencers for Road Drills, (169)
  • Silica Bricks, Electrically Driven Plant for
  • Manufacture of, (427)
  • Silica Sand, J. Parish and Co., 401
  • Silver Solders, Production and Application of,
  • Edmund R. Thews, 113, 136; Correction, (178)
  • Sixty Years Ago, 10, 43, 74, 99, 112, 142, 173, 202, 223, 247, 267, 292, 329, 348, 381. 410, 432, 459, 480, 516, 549, 571, 594, 020. 656. 682
  • Sleeve Bearing for Small Motors. Crompton
  • Parkinson, Ltd.. 489
  • Slide Valve, Handor " Parallel, Babcock and
  • Wilcox, Ltd., Suppt.. 13.9.35, x
  • Sludge Digestion Works at Dartford. West.
  • Kent, 151.
  • Smoke in Atmosphere in Manchester Area. (143)
  • Smoke Prevention, Suggested " Joint Smoke
  • Boards," Dr. R. Veitch Clark, (481)
  • Social Credit in Alberta, 209
  • Sodium Carbonate for Refining Cast Iron and
  • Non-ferrous Casting, Imperial Chemical
  • Industries, Ltd.. Suppt., 13.9.35, xii
  • Sodium Chlorate Plant at Staveley, (349)
  • Solder, Use of, (511)
  • Solders, Production and Application of Silver,
  • Edmund R. Thews, 113. 136; Correction, (178)
  • Soot Blowers, Diamond, Babcock and Wilcox,
  • Ltd.. Suppe., 13.9.35, x
  • Sound Film Motion. Method of Determining
  • the Constancy of, British Thomson-Houston
  • Company, Ltd., 301
  • SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES
  • Aerial Survey in the Union, 50
  • Aerial Survey of Cape Town, 632
  • Aeroplane Service, Fast, 153
  • Anvil Base, 22-Ton, 265
  • Arsenal for the Union. 632
  • Beach Erosion Prevention. 265
  • Cape Town Harbour Extensions, 632
  • City Engineer for Cape Town, 632
  • Car Tires and Plate Glass Works in Port
  • Elizabeth, 388
  • Coaches and Buses, Railways Order, 494
  • Colour Light Signals for Rand Railway Line, 153
  • Crane Tenders, 265
  • Death of Cape Town's City Engineer, T. P.
  • Francis, 153
  • Dumping Duty on Steel, 632
  • Dunswart Iron and Steel Works, 494
  • Durban Harbour Extensions, 632
  • Electric Current Sales Growing, 494
  • Electric Furnace Started at Dunswart Iron
  • and Steel Works, 494
  • Electric Locomotives Ordered, 265
  • Electrical Extensions at Bloemfontein, 265
  • Electricity, Consumption of, 153
  • Electricity Supply Commission's 1934 Report. 388
  • Electrification of Rand Railways, 494
  • Expenditure on Union Railways. 494
  • Factory for Car and Aero Engines, S. A., 388
  • First Union Petrol on Sale, 494
  • Floating Block Layer, 265
  • Flying Boat Services, London to Cape. 265
  • Geodetic Survey of the Union, 153
  • German Locomotives for S.A.R., Fast, 388
  • Gold Mining at Lower Levels, 494
  • Harbours, Developing Union, 265
  • Imperial Airways iervice, Expiration of
  • Contract, January, 1937, 265
  • Iron and Steel Works at Dunswart Start
  • Electric Furnace Constructed in Union, 494
  • Irrigation of Bechuanaland, 388
  • Kalahari Scheme, Survey, 494; 632
  • Locomotive Constructed in the Union, 632
  • Lunn. W. S., Appointed City Engineer for
  • Cape Town, 632
  • Manganese Shipments, 153
  • Mineral Production of Southern Rhodesia, 50
  • Motor Car Imports, 50
  • Port Extensions at Durban, 494
  • Pretoria Steel Works. 152
  • Railway Census, 50
  • Railway Orders, 632
  • Railway Workshops, Improving, 50
  • Rand Electrification Scheme, 50
  • Rand Empire Exhibition, Johannesburg,
  • September, 1936, 494
  • Rand Railway Scheme, 153
  • Rand Shaft-sinking Record, 266
  • Rockets to Carry Electric Lines, 388
  • Rubber Factory Commences Production at
  • Durban, 388
  • Sewerage Scheme for Springs (Transvaal)
  • Town Council, 388
  • Ship Repair of Danish Motorship " Australian." 265
  • Ships for South African Route, 265
  • S.A. Airways All-metal Fleet, 50
  • State Railways and " Lscor," 388
  • Steel Enterprises, Two, 153
  • Survey of the Union, Geodetic. 153
  • Union Harbour Extensions, 632
  • Union's Mineral Resources, 152
  • Vaalbank Dam, Progress on, 388
  • Victoria Falls, Northern Rhodesia Survey, 50
  • Water for Greater Durban, 153
  • Water for Somerset West and De Aar, 632
  • Water for the Rand, Providing Additional, 388
  • Water Scheme for Riversdale. 388
  • Wireless Direction Finder at Cape Town
  • Docks, 266
  • SOUTHEND Pier, Centenary of, (91)
  • Springs, Road Vehicle, United Steel Company,
  • Ltd., (552)
  • Stadium to be Built Over Ceinture Railway,
  • Paris, (193)
  • Stanchions for Hand Railing, Hollow, Babcock
  • and Wilcox, Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, x
  • Steam Circulator, Miersbe. W. H. Allen, Sons
  • and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, xii
  • Steam Tables Conference, Third International,
  • Report of, 352, (388)
  • Stewart, Frederick C., Elected Chairman of
  • Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., 233
  • Stone Breaker, Double Toggle Jaw, Hadfields,
  • Ltd., 536
  • Stone Breaker. Frederick Parker, Ltd., 590
  • Stone-crushing Plant, Goodwin, Barsby and
  • Co., Ltd., 590
  • Storage Reservoir at Staines, Metropolitan
  • Water Board's, (377)
  • Strainer. " Bailey and Jackson " Rotary, Hick,
  • Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, i
  • Strainer, Continuous, Auto-Klean Strainers,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, iv
  • Strainer, Hand-operated, Auto-K lean Strainers,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.36, iv
  • Strainers for Oils, " Lolos," A uto-Klean
  • Strainers, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, iii
  • Street Lights Controlled by Invisible Ray. (621)
  • Structures, Stability of, J. S. Wilson, 240
  • Submarine Cable Amalgamation, 339
  • Sugar and Alcohol from 'St raw, Process Discovered in Russia, (11)
  • Superheater Company, Ltd., Silver J ubilee
  • Dinner, (656)
  • SUPPLEMENTS :
  • Construction of Chester—Holyhead Road at
  • Penyclip, N. Wales (Two-page Supplement, November let, 1935)
  • Construction of Reinforced Concrete Cooling
  • Tower at Hardingstone, Northampton (Two-page Supplement, August 23rd. 1935)
  • Corby Iron and Steel Works of Stewarts and
  • Lloyds, Ltd. (Two-page Supplement.,
  • November 22nd, 1935)
  • Park Works of David Brown and Sons (Hudd.). Ltd. (Two-page Supplement,
  • July 19th, 1935)
  • Pencil Portrait No. 2, Sir George B. Hunter, (July 12th, 1935)
  • Pencil Portrait No. 3, Sir John A. F.
  • Aspinall (October 18th, 1935)
  • Pencil Portrait No. 4, Lord Weir of Eastwood (December 20th, 1935)
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition (Supplements, September 13th and 20th, 1935)
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplement, August 30th, 1935; October 25th, 1935; December 27th, 1935)
  • SURVEY, African Research, 422
  • Survey, North-East Coast, 469
  • Survey Conference in London, Empire, (91)
  • Survey of New Zealand, Geological and Geophysical, (513)

T

  • TARS, Hydrogenation, Cracking of, 89
  • Technical College for Shrewsbury, (39)
  • Technical College Opened at Coventry, (621)
  • Technical Education in Europe, 81
  • TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY
  • City Telephone Exchange Now on Automatic
  • Working, (117)
  • Istanbul Telephone Company Now Under
  • Turkish Ownership. (243)
  • Telephone Equipment, Telephone Manufacturing Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, x
  • Telephone Rates and Increased Installations, (481)
  • Telephone Service between Great Britain and
  • Ceylon, (455)
  • Telephones, Loud-speaking, Alfred Graham
  • and Co., Ltd., 401
  • TELEVISION Broadcasts in France, (329)
  • Television Mast at Alexandra Palace, Erection
  • of, (39)
  • Television Transmission Concluded Until
  • Alexandra Palace Station is Ready, (321)
  • Television Transmission from Alexandra Palace,
  • March, 1936, (403)
  • Temperature. Accurate Measurement of, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., (630)
  • Temperature Chart, Hadfields, Ltd., (106)
  • Teat Gear, Report on Test of 1400 h.p. Epicyclic, A. E. L. Chorlton, William Beardmore
  • and Co., Ltd.. 638, 664
  • Testing Plant for Motor Car Engines at. Austin
  • Motor Works, General Electric Company,
  • Ltd., 125
  • Thames Flow at Teddington, July Standard
  • Down, (39)
  • Thrashing and Finishing Machine, William
  • Foster and Co., Ltd., 9
  • Timber, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Report on " Moisture Content of Timber," 663
  • Timber, Preservation of Mine, 419
  • Timber Carriage, Six-wheeled, Fodens. Ltd., 9
  • Timber-carrying Mot orships for Soviet, Launching of, (463)
  • Timber Research, Forest Products Research
  • Board's Annual Report, 445
  • Timber Storage at Surrey Commercial Docks,
  • Extensions of, (455)
  • Timber Testing at Singapore, Admiralty's
  • Experiments with Creosoted Douglas Fir, (117)
  • Timber Tests at Forest Products Research
  • Laboratory, (193)
  • Tin Consumption for First Four Months, 1935, (11)
  • Tin. Film on, International Tin Research and
  • Development Council, (604)
  • Tin-plate Manufacture in Lincolnshire. 65
  • Tin Research and Development Council, International Publication No. 3, " Functions of a
  • Technical Information Bureau." Dr. E. 8.
  • Hedges and Dr. C. E. Homer, (429)
  • Tin Smelting Industry in Belgian Congo, (65)
  • Tin Solders, 18.000 Tons Used during 1933, (456)
  • Tin, Statistics, (39)
  • Tin, Todimetric Titration of. (429)
  • Torpedo Factory Extensions at Fort Matilda,
  • Greenock, 309
  • Torsional Vibrations with Angular Backlash,
  • W. A. Tuplin, 199
  • Track Material, Contractors', Robert Hudson,
  • Ltd., 590
  • Traction Engine, 7 h.p. Single-cylinder, William
  • Foster and Co., Ltd., 9
  • Tractor, " Four Forty " Oil-engined, John
  • Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 605
  • Tractor, " Ten-Seventy " Crawler, John Fowler
  • and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 505
  • Tractor, 42 b.h.p. Shunting, E. Boyden and Co.,
  • Ltd., 588
  • Tractor, 85 b.h.p. Timber, Fodens Ltd., 9
  • Tractors, Fordson, 33
  • Trac -Tractor, McCormick-Deering, International Harvester Company, 32
  • Trade Agreements upon Industries of Great
  • Britain, Beneficial Effects of, Sir John
  • Caulcutt, (567)
  • Trade between Britain and the Soviet, Orders
  • Placed during October, (673)
  • Trade Catalogues and Pamphlets Required for
  • Dover Borough Library, (334)
  • Trade Returns for November, 637
  • Trade Unions, Membership in Great Britain and
  • Northern Ireland, (429)
  • Traffic Control, Vehicle-actuated, Automatic
  • Electric Company. Ltd., 536
  • Traffic Light Signals in Marylebone, (293)
  • Trailer, 65-Ton Road, R. A. Dyson and Co.,
  • Ltd., 148, 149
  • Trailers, Eagle Engineering Company, Ltd., 572
  • Training of R.E. and R.C.S. Officers, 200
  • Tramcar, Derailment of Brighton, (321)
  • Transmission Gear for " Planet " Locomotives,
  • Freeborn, F. C. Hibberd and Co., Ltd., 510
  • Transport, Organisation of, Frank Pick, 619
  • Transport, The Engineer in, 195
  • Transport and Accidents, Sir Henry .Jackson, (647)
  • Transport Board in Ireland, (219)
  • Transport System for Johannesburg. Great
  • Britain Secures Orders for, (192)
  • Transport Developments by Blackpool Corporation, (429)
  • Tree Planting to Prevent Soil Erosion in United
  • States, (321)
  • " Trends." Monthly Graphical Review of
  • Business Movements, (468)
  • Tube Plates, Drilling Copper, 58, .59
  • Tungsten Plating, Properties of, (143)
  • Tungum Alloy, Tungum Sales Company. Ltd., 44
  • TUNNELS:
  • Simplon Tunnel as Road Tunnel ? Second, (321)
  • Tunnel, First Year's Working of Mersey Tunnel, (65)
  • Tunnel, Work to Commence on Mont. Blanc, (321)
  • Tunnel Scheme. L.C.C. Refuses to Contribute to Dartford, 27
  • Tunnel Scheme for Tyne, 339
  • Tunnel Under River Ribble, Proposed, (267)
  • TURBINE, 600 b.h.p. High-pressure Steam,
  • Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35, i
  • Turbine Eluding, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 20.9.36, x
  • Turbine Reheat Factor from the Geometry of
  • the Heat Chart, Calculations of, H. G. Yates. 212
  • Turbine Used as Reducing Valve on Natural
  • Gas Well, (11)
  • Turbines, Calculation of Turbine Reheat Factor
  • from the Geometry of the Heat Chart, H. G.
  • Yates, 212
  • Turbo-alternator, Scale Model of 30,000-kW,
  • C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, x
  • Turbo-generator Set, 50-kW, W. H. Allen, Sons
  • and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., 13.9.35, xii
  • Tyne Tunnel Scheme, 339
  • Tyresoling Apparatus, Henry Simon, ltd., 573

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Analysis, 419
  • Unemployment Figures, 133
  • Unemployment Figures in November, Work and, 611
  • Unemployment in " Special " Areas, Mr. Malcolm Stewart's Report, 93

V

  • VALVE, Reducing, Hopkinsons Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, viii
  • Valve, Shrouded Seat Drain, Copes Regulators, Ltd.. Suppt., 20.9.35, v
  • Valve Gear, Beardmore.Caprotti, Suppt., 13.9.35, xi
  • Valves, Hopkinsons Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, vii
  • Ventilating Plants, Ozonair, Ltd., 317
  • Ventilating System for Mersey Tunnel, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd.. 512
  • Vibrations with Angular Backlash, Torsional,
  • W. A. Tuplin, 199

W

  • WAGES Discussion by Railways and Unions, (455)
  • Wagon Syndicate, International, 334
  • Wagons, Contractors', Robert Hudson. Ltd., 590
  • War Material, Australia and Her, (193)
  • Washing Machines, All-Monel Metal Laundry,
  • Henry Wiggin and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.9.35,
  • iii
  • Water Circulator, A. Ross, Hotchkiss and Co.,
  • Ltd., 401
  • Water Gas from Anthracite and Steam, Norwegian Firm Develops Apparatus for Producing, Ivar Hole, (349)
  • Water Hammer Explosion on Turbine Steamer
  • " City of Paris," 61
  • Water Injection Exhaust Silencer, Parsons Oil
  • Engine Company, Ltd., 656
  • Water Pollution Research Board's Annual
  • Report, 583
  • Water Power, British Standards Institution's
  • Specification for Rating of, 295
  • Water Purification Plant at a Woollen Mill,
  • William Boby and Co., Ltd., 454
  • Water Softening and Purification Plant at
  • Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., Nottingham, United Water Softeners, Ltd., 248
  • Water Softening Plant, Kennicott Water
  • Softener Company, Ltd., 264
  • Water Softening Plant, " Permutit." United
  • Water Softeners, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, iv
  • Water Speed Records on Lake Windermere. (429)
  • Water Wastage in Chicago, Filtration Plants
  • Adopted to Prevent, (591)
  • Water Wheel Distributor, " Tractum " Chaindrive, Jones and Attwood. Ltd., 590
  • WATER SUPPLY
  • London Water, Report to M.W.B. by Lieut.•
  • Colonel C. H. H. Harold, (434)
  • WATER SUPPLY (continued) :
  • Rand Water Board Contracts Placed with
  • British Firms, (267)
  • Reservoir in Lee Valley for Metropolitan
  • Water Board, (65)
  • Shrewsbury Waterworks Opened, (39)
  • Water Supply, Planning for Future, David
  • Lloyd and Dudley Walton, 503
  • Water Supply for Clairvivre Settlement,
  • France, Power Station and, 238
  • Water Supply Tunnel, Sydney's 10.Nlile
  • Tunnel, (595)
  • Waterworks of Lanarkshire County C0111161.
  • Scheme for, (293)
  • Waterway ill Netherlands. Opening up
  • Juliana Canal, 283
  • Waterways, French Inland, 147
  • 'WEAR-CURE " Tablets, A. Duckbam and
  • Co., Ltd.. (388)
  • Weighing and Rationing Machine, Taylor " s 46 eed-Right," Alfred nerhert, Ltd., 33
  • WELDING :
  • Arc Welding Set, 'A.D.C.. Mawdsley's. Ltd., 372
  • Are Welding Set, High-frequency, Metro.
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 548
  • Arc Welding Set, Single-operator Motor
  • Generator, Fuller Electrical and Manufac.
  • Luring Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.9.35, vii
  • Electric Arc Welding Films, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., (530)
  • Electric Welding. Metallurgical and Testing Laboratories of Quasi-Arc Company, 233
  • Electrodes for Welding. Murex Welding Processes. Ltd., 373
  • Flash Welder for Motor Car Body Panels,
  • A I Electric Welding Appliance Company. 250
  • Flawless Welding, Barimar. Ltd., (630)
  • Fusion-welded Joints, Method of Determining Distribution of Stress in, from Report
  • of British Engine Boiler and Electrical
  • Insurance Company, Ltd., 385
  • Modern Methods of Welding, C. H. Davey, (403)
  • Seam Welder, Fuller Electrical and Manufacturing Company, Ltd.. Suirpt., 20.9.35. vii
  • Spot Welder, Double Transformer Twin,
  • New Process Welders, Ltd.. 318
  • Strength of Weld Metal Within a Welded Joint, Method of Determining the, 657
  • Weld Metal, Porosity in, 631
  • Welded Construction for Elm Park Station, (143)
  • Welded RaiIasi,. H. Bruce, 60
  • Welder. Spot and Seam, Siernens-Schuckert (Great Britain). Ltd.. Suppt.. 20.9.35, xii
  • Welding Apparatus, Murex Welding Processes. Ltd., 373
  • Welding Apparatus, Thorn and Hoddle, Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 20.9.35, xi
  • Welding Electrode. Philips Industrial. Suppt., 20.9.35, i 1Velding Equipment. Design of A.C., Hack
  • bridge Electric Construction Company.
  • Ltd.. 122
  • Welding Machines, Electric Seam. Siemens
  • Schuckert (Great Britain). Ltd., 190
  • Welding Machine. Twin-spot, New Process
  • Welders, Ltd., 317
  • Welding Problem Solved by Solid Carbon
  • Dioxide, (513)
  • WELDING (continued) :
  • Welding Process, " Sopromo." Barimar, Ltd.. 227
  • Welding Research Committee in America. (39)
  • Welding Set, Portable Arc, Fuller Electrical
  • and Manufacturing Company. Ltd., Suppt.. 20.9.35. vii
  • Welding Transformers, Fuller Electrical and
  • Manufacturing Company, Ltd., Su ppt. , 20.9.35. vii
  • Welds, Note on Heat Treatment of, 428
  • WILLANS, P. W., A Letter by, 422
  • Wind Tunnel at tileurgia School of Technology.
  • Unusual Method of Construction, (647)
  • Winders, Steam and Electric, A. Lindley. 7
  • Windscreen Wipers on Glasgow's Tramcars. (39)
  • Windmill Drainage in Bedford Level, H. e.
  • Darby, 75
  • WIRELESS :
  • B.B.C. North-Eastern Regional Station, (481)
  • Broadcast and Radio Beacon at Pittsburgh,
  • Pa., (219)
  • Crystal-controlled Wireless Beacons, Marcones, 19
  • Domestic Wireless Telephone Service in
  • China, (349)
  • International Broadcasting Union. Summer
  • Meeting at Warsaw, (39)
  • North Wales Relay Station Near l3eaumaris, (243)
  • Radio Beacon on Nab Tower Operating, (647)
  • Radio Device for Liner. to - Feel " Way in
  • Fog, (513)
  • Radio-telephone Service between France and
  • United States, (481)
  • Western Electric and Power Change-over, (304)
  • WIRELESS (continued)
  • Wireless Apparatus, Marconi International
  • Marine Communication Company, Ltd., 374
  • Wireless Communication in Afghanistan. 55
  • Wireless Conference of International Combustion, Ltd., 583
  • Wireless Facilities for Italian Ships, 209
  • Wireless Licences, Statistics. (293)
  • Wireless Station at Bristol Municipal Air.
  • port, (321)
  • WOOD. Frank, Presentation on t somplet ion
  • of Fifty Years' Service with N'auglian ('rani
  • Company, Ltd.. (530)
  • Woodworking Machines. Dominion Machinery
  • Company, Lt d., Suppi.. 13.9.35, v
  • Wood Pulp Factory at Campin, near Glasgow.
  • Moulded, (169)
  • Wools, Freezing Process for Cleansing Greasy, 476
  • Words and Knowledge, 483
  • Work and Unemployment Figures in November, 611
  • Works of British Oxygen Company, Ltd.. 602
  • World Power Conference, Animal Meeting in Holland, 107
  • AVorld Power Conference at Washington, Third, (407)
  • World Trade Problems, 13
  • Worm Gear Differential Unit, David Brown and
  • Sons (Huthi.), Ltd., 451
  • Wrench, Pneumatic Impact. Ingersoll-Rand Company. Ltd.. 431

Z

  • ZINC Works, coal. c )11. and tins-fired Boilers at, Babcock and Wil..ox, Ltd., 62, 63

Seven Day Journal

A

  • AERIAL Surveying in Far East, 233
  • Aircraft, Decontrol of Light, 233
  • Aircraft, Improvements in British, 469
  • Air Defence Exercises, 159
  • Airways Amalgamation, Proposed, 365
  • Albert Medal, 1935, Awarded to Sir Robert Hadfield, 27
  • American Liner Construction. 637
  • Anti-Noise Campaign, 209
  • "Atlantique," French Liner L', 637
  • Automobile Research and Standardisation, 209

B

  • BEAMA Dinner, 557
  • Birchenough Bridge Opened, Sabi River Bridge in S. Rhodesia, 663
  • Birmingham Technical College, Sir Harold Hartley Presents Prizes, 499
  • " Blairgowrie," Findings of Wreck Commissioner on Loss of Cargo Ship, 27
  • Board of Trade Returns, 1935, 283
  • Bridges, Proposed Forth and Tay. 55
  • Bridge Scheme for Humber, 107
  • British Aircraft, Improvements to, 469
  • British Chemical Standards, 637
  • British Commercial Policy, 107
  • British Foundry School, 1, 393
  • British Gliding Association's Meeting at Sutton Bank, 209
  • British Industry, Reorganisation of, 133
  • British Railway Policy, 557
  • British Shipping and Foreign Competition, 283
  • British Technical Education, Sir Harold
  • Hartley's Speech when Presenting Prizes
  • at Birmingham Technical College, 499
  • Building Research, Annual Report of Building
  • Research Board, 531
  • Bureau of Analysed Samples, Ltd., Report for
  • Period of Four Years, 637

C

  • CARGO Ships, Fire Prevention in. 393
  • Cargo Ships in Winter, 257
  • Central Electricity Board's Activities, 133
  • Civil Aircraft Problems, 159
  • Civil Aviation, Development of, 133, 365
  • Clyde Shipping Deal, 283
  • Concrete for Building Dams, 81
  • Conference by Wireless, International Combustion, Ltd., 583
  • Continental Steel Required, More, 469
  • Conway Bridge Condemned, 339
  • Co-operative Profit-sharing, 663
  • Cornish Engines Preservation Fund, 469
  • Credit and Industry, 81

D

  • DAMS, Concrete for Building, 81
  • Dartford Tunnel Scheme, Refusal of L.C.C. to
  • Contribute to Cost of, 27
  • Destroyer Depot Ship Woolwich." 55
  • Destroyer Flotilla, Formation of Further, 637
  • Dominion Aircraft Order, 107

E

  • EAST Perth Power Station, Western Australia,
  • Extensions to, 159
  • Electric Railways for Glasgow, Proposed, 159
  • Electric Welding Laboratories of Quasi-Arc Company, Ltd., 233
  • Electrical Extensions on Southern Railway, :33t
  • Electricity, Distribution of, 55
  • Electricity in Palestine, 257
  • Electrification Schemes, Railway, 133
  • Employment Figures, 257, 365, 469
  • Employment Figures, Mr. Neville Chamberlain's Statement on, 469
  • Engineers' Club, Manchester, Twenty-first Year
  • Birthday Dinner, 393
  • Exeter By-pass Road, 283
  • Explosives in 1934, Annual Report of if Majesty's Inspectors, 133

F

  • FEDERATION of British Industries' Mission to Poland, 365. 557
  • Fire Prevention in Cargo Ships, 393
  • Fire-testing Station at Elstree, 557
  • Flying Boat Order for Imperial Airways. Ltd., 309
  • Forth Road Bridge, Proposed, 159, 209
  • Foundry School, British, 1, 393
  • French Liner " Normandie," Propeller Trials of, 557
  • French Steel ('omptoir, 557
  • French Steel Crisis, 445
  • Fruit Trade of South Africa, Refrigeration in. 583
  • Fuel Luncheon Club, Sir John Cadrnan'ti Speech. 583
  • Fuel Oil Burning Applianees, 557
  • Fuel Oil Tax, 133

G

  • GARDNER, C. Bruce, Chairman, London Iron and Steel Exchange, 611
  • Generating Stations, Extensions at Selected, 27
  • German Naval Programme. 27
  • Glasgow Dock Scheme, Clyde Navigation Trust and Proposed, 27
  • Government Laboratory, 309
  • Great Western Railway Centcliary Celebrations at Bristol, 233
  • G.W.R. Sleeper Creosoting Works at Hayes, 531
  • Greenock Shipyard Sale, 107
  • Grid Supply for Port Sunlight. 283
  • Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, Ltd., Appointment of Mr. S. R. Beale as Chairman, 663

H

  • HALL, J. and E.. Ltd., Firm's 150th Anniversary Celebrations, 1
  • Heston Airport, 81
  • H.M.S. " Renown," Re-engining the, 445
  • H.M.A.S. " Sydney," Sea Trials of, 339
  • Hydrogenation Plant, German, 309

I

  • INDUSTRIAL Health, 107
  • Institute of British Executives, Progress of, 107
  • Institute of Fuel. Proposed Fuel Luncheon
  • Club, 499
  • Institute of Transport. Presidential Address,
  • Sir Cyril W. Hurcomb, 393
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Issue of The
  • Journal, 499
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Annual
  • Dinner Report, 419
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Wireless Conference, 583
  • International Congress of Mines, 419
  • International Rationalisation of Shipping, 209
  • Italian Coal Mines Institute, Proposed, 133
  • Italian Ships, Wireless Facilities for, 209

K

  • KELVIN, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd..
  • Frederick C. Stewart Elected Chairman, 233
  • Keswick Road, Proposed, 257
  • King's Cup Air Race, Winner Flight•Lieutenant
  • T. Rose, 257
  • King's Langley Collision, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, 27

#L

  • " LA CRESCENTA." Loss of Oil Tanker, 637
  • " Laurentic " Collision with Napier Star,"
  • Repairs to " Laurentic," 257
  • Lee Valley Bridges, Two, 531
  • Light Castings Combine, 583
  • Liner and Shipping Casualties, 183
  • Loans for Public Works, 257
  • Locomotives, Restoration of Two Scottish, 309
  • London Exhibition Centre at Earl's Court, 81
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange, Mr. Bruce
  • Gardner, Chairman, 611
  • London, Midland anti Scottish Railway, Locomotive and Rolling Stock Orders, 663
  • L. M. S. Locomotive " British Legion " Christened by Earl Jellicoe, 499
  • L.M.S. Programme for 1936, 583
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Electrification between Newcastle-upon-Tyne and South Shields, 133, (143)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway Water Softening Plants, 209
  • London Passenger Transport, 611
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, 557
  • London Passenger Transport Board. Report for Year Ended June, 1935, 469
  • London Subway Opened, Another. 58:3
  • Lord Nuffield and Steel Makers, 183

M

  • MAJESTIC," Withdrawal of Cunard White Star Liner, 611
  • " Mantua," Last Voyage of P. and O. Liner, 257
  • " Mauretania,.. The Last Voyage of the, 1, (11), 27
  • " Mauretania " Hotel, New York, 445
  • Mellanby, Retirement of Dr. A. L., 663
  • Mercantile Shipbuilding Orders. 499
  • Minelaying Cadet Ship, Novel, 107
  • Miners' Wages, 611
  • Moisture Content of Timber, Industrial Research Report, 663
  • Motor Car Makers and Steel Trade, 531
  • Motor Vehicle Output, British, 159
  • Motor Vehicles, Statist leo. 81
  • Mottram Marshalling Yard, 445

N

  • NAMES of 1935 Naval Ships. 531
  • " Narwhal," Launch of H.M. Submarine, 233
  • National Coal Resources. Our, 445
  • National Shipbuilders' Security. Ltd., 309
  • Naval Conference, London, 611, 637, 663
  • Naval Construction Programme. 339
  • Naval Limitations, 107
  • Naval Orders. 419, 469, 499
  • Naval Work on Clyde, 159
  • Navigation Congress at Brussels, Sixteenth International, 233
  • Netherlands Waterway, 283
  • " Normandie," Visit to Cowes Roads, 81
  • " Normandie," Jean Marie. 531
  • North-East Coast Survc , 4119

0

  • " OCEAN COAST," Motor Liner for Coastal
  • Service, Henry Robb, Ltd., 133
  • Oil Prospecting Licences, British, 531
  • " Olympic," Passing of Cunard White Star Liner, 257

P

  • PALESTINE, Electricity in, 257
  • Paliners, Hebburn, Hoard of Directors. 55
  • " Penelope," Launch of H.M. Cruiser. 393
  • Penyclip Viaduct, 365
  • Poland, Federation of British Industries
  • Mission to. 557
  • Pollution of Sea by Oil, 283
  • Port of London Annual Report, 557
  • Preservation Fund for Cornish Engines, 469
  • Profit-sharing of Co-operative Societies, 663
  • Public Works, Loans for, 257

Q

  • QUASI-ARC Company, Ltd., Electric. Welding Laboratories in Belgravia, 233
  • " Queen Mary." The " Normandie " and, 81

R

  • RAILWAYS (Agreement) Bill, 637
  • Railway Works, State Aid for, 469
  • Refrigeration in South African Fruit Trade, 383
  • Research in Food Transport and Storage, 183
  • Richardson, Lieut.-Colonel A. W. C., London Passenger Transport. 611
  • River Lee Improvements, 419
  • River Severn Road Bridge. 257
  • Road Accident Analysis. 159
  • Road Safety Progress, 365
  • Road Scheme for London, Important, 81
  • Road Sign. " Halt at Major Road Ahead," 183
  • Road Transport, 309
  • Royal Air Force Display. 1935, 1
  • Royal Air Force Review at Mildenhall and Duxford, 27
  • Royal Fleet Reviewed, July 16th, 1935, 55

S

  • SAFETY in Mines, 637
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Annual Report, 209
  • Safety at Sea, 81, 637
  • Sale of Steel, Centralising, 583
  • Scientific Management, Sixth International
  • Congress Opened, 55
  • Sculcoates Power Station, Extensions to, 445
  • Seadrome at Southampton. Proposed, 183
  • Severn Bridge Scheme, 663
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 159
  • Shell-Mex and B.P., Ltd., Private Exhibition of Fuel Oil Burning Appliances. 5.57
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 183. 365
  • Shipbuilding Trades, Wages in. 133
  • Shipping, International Rationalisation of, 209
  • Shipping Merger, British, 419
  • Shipyard NVages Conference. 309
  • Sleeper ('reosoting Works at Hayes for G.W.R., 531
  • Social Credit in Alberta, 209
  • Society of British Aircraft Constructors. Display at Hendon, 1
  • Southend Municipal Aerodrome, 309
  • Southern Railway Company's Electrified Extension, 1
  • Southern Railway Electrification Schemes. 133
  • State Aid for Railway Works, 469
  • Steel. Centralising the Sale of, .583
  • Steel Comptoir, French, 557
  • Steel Makers, Lord Nuffield and, 183
  • Steel Trade, Motor ('ar makers and, 531
  • " Stirling Castle," Union-Castle Liner. 183
  • Street Lighting, Ministry of Transport'
  • Departmental Committee on, 469
  • Submarine Cable Amalgamation. 339
  • Suez Canal, Tonnage in, 663
  • Survey, North-East Coast, 469

T

  • TATSFIELD Air Disaster, 611
  • Technical Education in Europe. 81
  • Timber. Research Report on Moisture Content
  • of, 663
  • Timber Research, 445
  • Tin-plate Manufacture in Lincolnshire, 55
  • Tonnages in Suez Canal, Statistics, 663
  • Torpedo Factory Extensions, Scottish. 309
  • Trade Returns for November, 637
  • Tramp Shipping Subsidy, 257
  • Transatlantic Air Mail Service, 611
  • Transatlantic Air Service, Proposed. 499
  • Trans-Continental High Road, 283

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Analysis. 419
  • Unemployment Figures, 27, 133, 611
  • United States Liner, Proposed, 81

W

  • WAGES in Shipbuilding Trades, 133
  • Wandsworth Bridge, Rebuilding. 611, 637
  • Waterloo Bridge, 159
  • Water Pollution Research, 583
  • Water-softening Plants on London and NorthEastern Railway, 209
  • Welded Steel Bridge, 309
  • Whitworth Society's Summer Meeting, 1
  • Wireless Communication for Afghanistan, 55
  • Wireless Conference. International Combustion,Ltd., 583
  • Wireless Facilities for Italian Ships, 209
  • Work and Unemployment in November. 611
  • World Power Conference. Annual Meeting, 107

Y

  • YORKSHIRE Pit Disaster, 283

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