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  • EAGLE Oil and Shipping Ltd., N.,v Motorships Ordered. (51)
  • East London Harbour Improvements. South Africa, 212, 222
  • Ebbw Vale Works Reservoir, 97
  • Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd., Condenser Discharge SwitAth, 55; Water Displays at Glasgow Empire Exhibition. 673, 678: (Correction, 716)
  • Edwards, C. A., D. L. Phillips, and D. F. C, Thomas, Acid Attack on Itl-ld Steel, 612
  • Edwards. F. J., Ltd., " Beset) " Nibbler Shearing Nlaehine, 190
  • Eldorado Gold Mines. Ltd., Ontario, New Roasting Plant . 690
  • Electrical and Musical Industries, Ltd., The " Emitron," 596
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Mumetal Current Transformer and Temperature Indicator, 15; Extensions at an Eleet rival Instrument Works, 343
  • Ellison, George, Ltd., New Emergency Switch. 629
  • Ellison Insulations, Ltd., " Tufnol " Reinforced Artificial Resin Bearings, 16. 60
  • Engineering Public Relations Committee. Inaugural Luncheon, 37; (Leading Article, 53); Annual Report, 381
  • Engineers' Club, Manchester, Annual General Meeting, (373)
  • Engineers' Guild, 227, (376), 493, 555; (Leading Article, 595), 648
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., Turbines and Generators for Lochaber, 31; Railcars of 1937, 38; Oil-electric Trains for Ceylon, 115; Engines for Oil-electric Trinity House Vessel " Patricia," 169; A 25 Years' Old Oil Engine, 173; High-speed Oil Engine for Railcars, 228; 102 H.P. Oil-engined Railcars for South America, 332; Victoria Falls Water Power Contract 682
  • English Steel Corporation. Model of 2311-Ton Ingot, 590
  • Ennis, Lawrence, Obituary, 544
  • Escher Wyss Engineering Works, Turbo-compressor. Suppt., 27.5.38, xxxiv
  • Essen. L., Quartz Oscillator, 596
  • Evans, E., Lighted Signals in Underground Tunnels. (567)
  • Evans, E. C., Time Studies in Rolling Mills. 589
  • Evans. E. V., Heat Generation by Electricity, (307); Considerations upon the Processing of Coal, 683
  • Evans. U. R., Painting I ron and Steel Work. (393)
  • Everett. Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., Wattmeter, 77 ^InIti•Range Transformers, 102
  • Evershed and Vignoles. Detector Spike and 5000-Volt Megger Testing Set, 55
  • Ewing Medal. Award to Mr C. S. Franklin, (137), 493

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  • FAIRBURN, C. E., Industrial Frequency Single-phase Railways, 401
  • Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd., Low-wing " Bat tle " Bomber, 2
  • Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., Anchor Liner " Cireassia," 23 (Supply. uses!, January 7th. 1938); Sir Alexander Kennedy's Retirement. 69
  • Falmouth Sub-Committee's Report on Oil from Coal, 181, 215, 241, 411, 583 (Leading Article. 223)
  • Faraday Document Opened by Royal Society, 353
  • Faraday Lecture. The Evolution of Electrical Power, A. P. M. Fleming. 555
  • Faraday Medal Awarded to Sir John (109)
  • Fawcett, E. A. Sandford, Obituary, 397
  • Feather, O., Obituary, (220-
  • |Fedden, A. H. R., Elected President, Royal Aeronautical Society, (621); Awarded Guggenheim Gold Modal, (649)
  • Federation of British Industries, Mr. P. Bennett Nominated President-Elect, 69; Annual Meeting, 411
  • Fellows, J. R., and A. P. Kratz, Air Duets. (707) Fen Drainage. 125
  • Fenner, A. J., Non-destructive Testing of Welds (The Stethoscope Method), 400; (Leading Article, 449)
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow). Ltd. New Vehicular Ferry Boat. for Clyde Navigation Trustees- (365) New Salvage Ship for Colombo, (593)
  • Ferguson. Pailin and Co., Ltd., Improved Low-tension Industrial Switchgear, 171
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Live Line Tester, and Vibration Indicator, 14; Moving Coil Voltage Regulator, 135
  • Fiegehen, E. G., Travelling Carriages for Portable Cranes. 360,:184; (Letter. 545)
  • Fieldner, A. C., Fuels of To-day and To-morrow. (365)
  • "File-all" Filing Machine. G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., 657
  • Finnieston Bridge, Glasgow. II
  • Firebrace, Commander, Appointed Chief Officer. London Fire Brigade, (621)
  • Firth, Thos., and John Brown. Ltd., Large Seamless Steel Boiler Drums, 201
  • Fleming, A. P. M., The Evolution of Electrical Power (Faraday Lecture), 555
  • Florida's Everglades, The Drainage of, 444
  • Focke, Professor, Unusual Autogiro Flight (193)
  • Foot, J., and Son. Ltd., Stairway Lifts for Residences, 685
  • Ford, Henry, James Watt International Medal Award, 463
  • Ford, L. H., and C. E. Webb, Non-destructive Testing of Welds, 400; (Leading Article, 449)
  • Forman, R. S., Special Areas, 50
  • Forrest, James. Lecture, Disorderly Molecules and Refrigerating Engineering. Sir Frank Smith, 510, 527
  • Foster Instrument Co., Photo-electric High-speed Recording Pyrometer, 16
  • Fowler, R. H., Appointed Director, National Physical Laboratory. 609
  • Fox, E. J., Medal Awarded to Mr. J. E. Hurst. (677)
  • Franklin. C. S., Ewing Medal Award. (137), 493
  • Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works. 50.000 cubic feet. per Minute Blower, Suppt., 27.5.38. xvi; Four-stage Single-flow Blower, Suppt., 27.5.38, xvii
  • Fraser River Bridge, British Columbia, 432
  • Freeman, Sterry B., Marine Engineering Problems of To-day. 717 (Leading Article, 709)
  • French National Railways, Psycho-technical Laboratory, 546; Standardised Stock. (567)
  • Frisch. Martin. Trends in Steam Generator Design. 287, (Letter. 339)
  • Fry, Lawford H., The Analysis of Locomotive Test Data, 159. 184
  • Fuel Research Station. Annual Visitation. 609
  • Fuller Electrical and Manufacturing Resistor On-load Tap-changing Equipments. 430; Transformer Coolers, 454

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  • GALLENKAMP, A., and Co., Ltd., Sae Distribution Meter. 10:1
  • Galveston Causeway, U.S.A., 458
  • Galway Harbour, Improvement Works. (277)
  • Ganz and Co., Redeem of 1937, 99
  • Garabit Bridge. Fiftieth Anniversary. 523
  • Gardner-Denver Co., Air and Uas Compressors, Suppt., 27.5.38. xxvii
  • Garrod, Air Commodore A. G. R., Appointed Director of Equipment. Air Ministry. (451)
  • Gas Light and Coke Co., Gas-fired Furnace. 104
  • Gauthier. G. G., Aluminium Alloys. 712
  • Gawn, R. W. L., Effect of Shaft Brackets on Propeller Performance. 533
  • Geary, W., Presentation of NV Miami Prize, tron and Steel Institute, 540; Hot Metal Pram ice in Fixed Furnaces, 561
  • Gebel Aulia Dam. Sudan. 25
  • Geiger, Professor Hans, Duddell Medal Award, .555
  • General Aircraft Co., Ltd., " Monospar " with Tricycle Undercarriage, 4. 18
  • General Electric Co. of America, New Instruments for Testing Coils, 483
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Turbo-generator work in 1937, 31; High Breaking Capacity Stonework Cubicle Switchgear. 32; Extensions at. Wembley Research Laboratories, 45; Apparatus for Investigating Picture Characteristics, 103; Steel Works Motors. 201; Trolleybus Circuit Breakers, 202 Grunewald Bright Annealing list allatioo 243; Switchgear for Norwich Power Station. 297; An Outdoor Fuse Isolator, 402; New Refrigerator Factory (Coldair, Ltd.), 502; Air Raid Precautions Scheme, (567): Street Lighting Investigation. 590
  • Genissiat Hydro-electric Station. River Rhone. (275)
  • Gent and Co., Ltd., Motor-driven Syron. Liquid Level Indicator, 216
  • Geyer, E. W., Temperature Indication on Internal Combustion Indicator Diagrams, 389
  • Gibb, Sir Alexander, Roads and Railways. (81)
  • Gibbons Brothers, Ltd., Large Case-hardening * Furnace for British Timken, Ltd., 174
  • Gibson, J., Cold Metal Practice in Fixed Furnace., 561
  • Gill, A. J., and S. Whitehead, Electrical Interference with Radio Reception. 392
  • Gillam, J. W., Record Flight in " Hurricane " Monoplane, (193)
  • Gillett and Johnston, Ltd., Race Timing Clock, 192
  • Gilies, Captain J., Obituary, (593)
  • Glasgow, Empire Exhibition, Park and Buildings, D. Bethune-Williams, 497, 669, 678 (Correction, 7 I 6)
  • Glasgow, Empire Exhibition. Opening Ceremony, 501; Descriptions of Exhibits. 498, 529, 563, 589, 613, 644, 703; (Letter, 566)
  • Glasgow, Empire Exhibition, Attendance Figures, (649)
  • Glasgow Salvage Association. Annual Meeting. (137)
  • Glenfield and Kennedy. ma., Peebles Rotary Strainer, Sand Washer, " Hydrostat " Chemical Pump. 645; Wave-generating Plant. Electrically Operated Slides Valve, 1146
  • Golden Gate Bridge. Wind Effect. on, (307;
  • Goole Shipbuilding and Repairing Co., Ltd., Sir Malcolm Campbell's Motor 'Yacht " Blue-bird." 1677)
  • Goudie, W. J., Retirement from Glasgow University. 69
  • Gough. H. J., Appointed Director of Scientific Research, War Office. 609; Materials of Aircraft Construction (Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture), 626
  • Grafton Cranes, Ltd., Cranes for L.N.E. Boil • way, (446)
  • Grand Coulee Darn, Columbia River. Washington. (17), 25. (Supplement. January 7th. 1938i 126. 138, 154, 166. 183
  • Great Northern Railway of Ireland, Articulated Railcars. Walker Brothers (Wigan). Ltd., 456;
  • Great Western Railway, Automatic Train Control. (17); New and Reconditioned Locomotives, 29; New Halts. (137) Track Renewal Programme, (165); 'Manor' Class 4-6-0 Locomotives, 191; Electrification Scheme, 211; A Locomotive Relic ("Tiny"), 316; Repainting of Saltash Bridge. (537); Air Raid Precautions Scheme, 583; Summer Train Services. 695; Engines Named After Brunel and Gooch, (706)
  • Great Western Steam Laundry. Glasgow. Explosion. (447)
  • Greatrex, F. B., Electricity in Sweden To-day, 1475)
  • Green, E., and Son. Ltd., Foster Economisers for Norwich Power Station, 273 Economisers at Barton Power Station. 536. 538
  • Grimsby Dock Gates Renewal Works, (447)
  • Grunewald Bright Annealing Installation. General Electric Co., Ltd., 243
  • Guest, Keen, Baldwins Iron and Steel Co., Ltd,. The Design and Operation of a Modern Blooming Mill. W. F. Cartwright. 630. 650, 658. 687
  • Guggenheim Gold Medal Awarded to Mr. A. H. Fedden, (649)
  • Guntersville Dam. Tennessee Valley Authority. 412. 422
  • Gurtler, G., Aluminium Alloys. 712
  • Gustave Canet Memorial Lecture. Sir William Bragg. 525
  • Gusto Shipyard, Suction Dredgers for U.S.S.R., (593)
  • Gwynne Pumps, Ltd., Centrifugal Pump Priming, 78
  • Gyproc Products, Ltd., Swing Haunt., Gypsum Pulverise, British Jeffrey- Diannuid, Ltd., 344.

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  • IGRAN1C Electric Co., Ltd., Four-speed Motor Controllers and " Lo-Vo-Lite " Lighting Equipments. 14; Optical Lift-Floor Indicator, and Eddy Current Timer and Counter, 56;
  • Imperial Airways, Ltd., •• Kilfrost " Anti-icing Compound. (109); " Ensign " Class Air Liners. 125; Empire Air Mail Service Subsidy, (249); Sir John Reith Appointed Chairman, 665
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Research Laboratories at Blackley, Manchester, (51) Locomotive Feed-water Treatment. (85) La Mont Boiler Installation, 336, 340
  • Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd., Low-temperature• Heat Treatment- Furnace, 219, 269
  • Inclinator Co., of America. Stairway Lifts for Residences. 685
  • [Ingersoll-Rand Co|Ingersoll Rand Co., Ltd.]], Angle Compound Con., pressor. Suppt., 27.5.38. vii; Air and Gas Compressors, Suppl., 27.5.38, xxviii
  • Inland Steel Works, U.S.A., Rimmed Steel Study. 474
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Stokers for Norwich Power Station. 273; Stokers for Barton Power Station, 630, 538
  • International Corporation, Ltd., Traughber Air and Gas Filtering Plant, 514
  • Internationsl Engineering Congress, Glasgow., 1938, 604. 702
  • International Tin Research and Development Council, Apparatus for Measuring Tin Coating. 54
  • Irving, Captain R. B., Appointed Cunard White Star Line Commodore. (109)
  • "Iscor " Steel Works. Wage Dispute. 63; Progress, 654
  • Isenthal and Co., Ltd., Voltage Regulatora, 526, 011

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  • KANSAS City Southern Railway, Ten-coupled Locomotives. 290
  • Karger, G., Screw-cutting and Forming Lathe, 363
  • Kearton, W. J., The Development of Blower,: and Compressors. Suppt., 27.5.38, i
  • Kelvin Lecture. " Statistical Laws of Nature,' Max Born, 493
  • Kelvin Medal Awarded to Sir J. J. Thomson. (249), 493
  • Kempf. G., Immersion of Propellers. 534
  • Kennedy. Sir Alexander, Retirement from Fairfield Company. 69
  • Kennedy. J. P., American Mercantile Marine Programme. (277)
  • Kent, George, Ltd., Multelec CO2 Recorder. 55; Automatic Control Equipment for Norwich Power Station. 274; Centenary. 708, 716
  • Kent, J. L., and R. S. Outland, High-speed Ships in Smooth and Rough Water, 442
  • Kent, J. L., Rough Water Performance. 5:3:3
  • Kieserling and Albrecht. Toggle Lever Hot Press and Bar Finishing Lathe, 362
  • Kilmarnock Power Station Extensions, (447)
  • King George VI Bridge. Bengal. 11 (Supplement, January 7th. 1938)
  • King George VI Dock. Singapore. (51), 181. 194, 197
  • King's Cup Air Race, (677)
  • Kingston, J. R., and W. R. Powell, A Precombustion Ignition Coal Oil Engine. 641
  • Kinnear, Moodie and Co., Reinforced Concrete Tunnel Lining for L.P.T.B., 353
  • Kitson and Co., Ltd., Closing of Locomotive Building Department. 295
  • Kort Propulsion Test . R. Dunston, Ltd., (421)
  • Kraft, A. P., and J. R. Fellowes. Air Duet, (707)
  • Krebs, Arno, Horizontal Milling Machines, 362
  • Krupp. Fried. A.G., Turkish Railway Contract. (537)

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  • "LAFAYETTE." French Liner. Fire. 525. .553
  • Lamb. H. C., and K. Baumann, Present-day Trends in Power Station Practice. 624. 640; (Leading Article. 651)
  • La Mont Steam Generator. Ltd., La Mont Boiler Installation for I.C.1., Ltd., 336. 340
  • Lamport and Holt Line, Ltd., New Motorships. (365)
  • Lancashire Electric Light and Power Co., General Meeting, 266
  • Lancashire Industrial Development Council. Reconditioning Old Factories, 37
  • Landis. W. S., Electro-thermal Method for Production of Magnesium, (811
  • Langdon. J. N., and S. Wyatt, The Machine and the Workers. 295
  • Langstone Harbour as an Air Base. (193)
  • Larks, Sir W. J., Producer and Consumer, 686
  • Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., Pole Caps for A.C. Machines. 373
  • Lawson, Douglas, and Co., Ltd., " Destron " Pulley Discs. (232)
  • Leeds and Bradford Boiler Co., Ltd., Two-stage Compressor Results, Suppt., 27.5.38. iv
  • Leeds and Bradford Municipal Aerodrome at Yeadon. (81), (137)
  • Leicestershire and South Derbyshire Coalfield. Fuel Research Survey Paper No. 43. 493
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 1938. 275,:302, 329, 362. 388, 416, 473
  • Leyland Motors. Ltd., Railcars of 1937. 72. Rear-engined Bus for L.P.T.B., (191); Engines for L.M.S. Oil-engined Train, 370.:390; New Mudguard for Heavy Vehicles; (593)
  • Liddiard, E. A. G., A New Heavy Alloy. 69. (109)
  • Lima Locomotive Works. Streamlined 4-8-4 Passenger Locomotives. 29
  • Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, Hudson River. 12 Lind. Peter, and Co., Ltd., Waterloo Bridge, lu
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Mobile Milk Bar, 219; New Foundry at Dursley, 476, 480
  • Little, Admiral Sir Charles, Appointed Second Sea Lord (677)
  • Liverpool Maritime Research Society. Formation of. 411
  • Livesey and Henderson, Verrugas Bridge, Peru. 354, 366; (Correction. 413)
  • Lloyd Barrage, Sukkur. 1
  • Lloyd, H., Fire-damp Recorder, 75. 227
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 64, 458; Annual Summary, 136; Wreck Returns, (249)
  • Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., Harbour Tugs for Union of South Africa, 176
  • Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, New Method of Gearing for Aero-engines, (365)
  • Loewy Engineering Co., Ltd., Manufacture of Weldless Steel Hollow Forgings, 506
  • Londex, Ltd., Two-step Relay. and Automatic Time Relay, 103
  • London Fire Brigade, Commander Firebrace Appointed Chief Officer. (621)
  • London Gliding Club. Annual General Meeting. (537)
  • London and Home Counties Joint Electricity Authority, Returns. (256)
  • London House. Parsons Memorial Library, 345. (690)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway. London-Birmingham Line Centenary. (17): New Directors Appointed, (17); " Coronation Scot " Trains, 27 (Supplement, January 7th, 1938); Glasgow Exhibition Services. (81); British Locomotive Testing Station. 97; Oakley Junction Collision. 97, (137); New Turntables, (109); Twin-screw Motor Ship for Stranraer-Larne Service, (137) Two Historic Winding Engines, 142: Wirral Lines Electrification, (165). 308, 311, 328, (Correction. 373); Sleeper Production, (193); Liverpool Central Station Accident Report, (193) " The Peak Express " and " The Palatine." (193): Trent Valley Junction Reconstruction, (221): Stone Railway Sleepers, (249); Yard Extensions, (277); Annual General Meeting, 295; Staff College at Derby. (307) Euston Station. Accident Report, 309; Spring Time Table, 323; Improvements at Blackpool. (335) Crewe Accident Report, 348; Streamlined Oil-engined Passenger Train, 353, 370, 390: Nickel Steel Chisel Presented to Science Museum, (393): New Road-rail Vehicle. 398: Derailment at Rutherglen, (421): Soho and Tipton Goods Stations Improvements, (421); Railway and Canal11: ridge at Spondon. 484; Train Speed-up. (507); Weed, Killing Train, (537); Ten New Locomotives. (537); Carnforth Depot Modernisation, (567); Retirement of Driver W. Gilbert- ,ion, (567); Herbert Jackson Prize Award. (575); Retirement of Mr. C. R. Byrom, (59:3); The First Railway " Rates War." (621); Mr. T. W. Royle, Chief Operating Manager. (649); Shock-absorbing Wagons, (649): ‘Volverhampton Engine Shed Modernisation. (707); Summer Train Services. (707)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, West Highland Line 2-6-0 Locomotive. Converted Locomotive " No. 10,000," " Silver Link" Class Locomotives for " Coronation " Trains, 28; British Locomotive Testing Station. 97; Colwick Shunting Yard Improvement•. Nottingham. (277); Electrification of Tyneside Railways, 295; Grimsby Dock Gates Renewal Works, (447); New Electric Signals at Hull Station, (475); Calder Bridge Reconstruction, (649), (707); Appointments. (677); Castlecary Accident Report, 695: Acetylene Generating Plant at Gorton Works. (707)
  • London Power Company, Annual General Meeting, 181, (221)
  • London's Electricity Supply, 327
  • Longden, E., Contraction and Distortion in Grey Cast Iron, 403
  • Luchaire, Etabts., Low-pressure Compressors, Suppt., 27.5.38, xxx
  • Luchard, Compresseurs. Air and Gas Compressors, Suppt., 27.5.38, xxxi
  • Lugt, G. J., Diesel Varia, 146
  • Lyinington," Southern Railway Motor Car Ferry, W. Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 516

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  • OCKNENFELS, F. H., (4-nding Attachment, 455
  • Oerlikon Co., Voltage Regulators, OM 1
  • Office Nationale des Recherches et Inventions. Darn and Bridge Laboratory at Bellevue. Paris. 135
  • Old Centralians, Annual (;moral Nleeting (427); Annual Dinner, (475)
  • Olsen, Fred., Line, Motor Liner " Black Prince." 602
  • "Orcades" Orient Lin,. 22 (Supplement. January 7th. 1938)
  • Orange River, South Africa. i 1.000,0118 Storage Dam, 289
  • Otto Belt Bridge, Zambesi, 12
  • Outardes Falls Power Development . Canada, H. G. Acres, 324, 358
  • Owens, J. S., Atmospheric Pollution in London. 237
  • Oxford Electricity Cuderiak mg, 1
  • Oxley Engineering Co., Ltd., Big All•welded
  • Gasholder Erected at Sale, Cheshire, (3071

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  • PAHL Process of Hot Spray Painting. Send', Co., Ltd., 430
  • Painter Bros., Ltd., Fabricated Hangars 117
  • "Palpak " Hand Cleansing Outfit, W. Sinkler Darby. (578)
  • Panama Canal Traffic. (365)
  • Paris Electric Co., A Silence Room for Electrical Tests, 255
  • Paris Exhibition. 12, 35
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway Co., Suburban Railway Signals. 235. 253: Metropolitan. Sceaux Line, 379
  • Paris Sewerage Works. 681
  • Purim Subways, 643
  • Parker, A., The Treatment and Disposal of Trade Waste Waters, 91
  • Parrott, T. H., Obituary, 310
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., Turbo-generator Work in 1937. 31; 30.000-kW Turbo-alternator for Norwich Power Station, 274; Double ended inirbo•compr.sor, Suppt., 27.5.38. xvi
  • Parsons Memorial Library, London House, 345. (690)
  • "Pasteur," French Line 28,500•ton Liner. Launch. (193). 263
  • Paterson. C. C., Presidential Address. Electrical Research Association, 181
  • Paterson Engineering Co., Ltd., Chlorinating Plant for Norwich Power Station, 275
  • "Patricia," Oil-electric Trinity House Vessel. Smith's Dock Co., Ltd., 169
  • Pauling and Co., Ltd., River Improvement at Birmingham. 32
  • Pearce, Sir Leonard. Pencil Portrait, No. 17 (Supplement, June 17th, 1938)
  • Pearson, C. D., Retirement from Shanghai Waterworks Co., 632
  • Peel, Commodore. R. V., Retina .'1,f, from Cunard White Star Line, (17)
  • Pels, Henry, and Co., Ltd., Armour Plate Folding and Punching Prem., Guillotine Shears, 329
  • Pemberton, A. C., Obituary, 681
  • Pendred, Loughman St. Lawrence, Pencil Portrait No. 16 (Supplement. April 815, 1938) Pennsylvania Railroad Electrification, (176)
  • Permutit Co., Ltd., New Water Softening Plant for Chesterfield, (249)
  • Perth Gasworks Improvements, (17)
  • Pfyffer Automatic Pump Priming System. 63 (Letters, 78, 192)
  • Philips Industrial, Ltd., Seam Welding Machine with Time Control Unit, Ironclad Rectifier, 220
  • Philips Lamps, Ltd., Capacity and Resistance Measuring Bridge, 102; New Lightning Arrester, 172; Broadcasting Installation at Crosse and Blackwell's Factory, (575)
  • Phillips, D. L., C. A. Edwards, end D. F. G. Thomas, Acid Attack on NI ihl Steel. 612
  • Phillips and Powis Aircraft. Ltd., Aircraft Orders, 665
  • Physical Society's Exhibition. 13, 54. 75. 102 I'iekwiek Landing Dam, Tennessee Valley Authority, 412, 422,1354
  • Piercy, N. A. V., Aircraft Efficiencies. 338, 340, 374
  • P.L.M. Paris-Riviera Service, Loin, motive. 1, 30, 35
  • Poole, Granville, Mineral Deposits in the North of England. (92)
  • Port Elizabeth. South Africa, Neu Power Station, 055
  • Port of London Authority, Retirement of Mr. haa Bitla. 265; Air Raid Precautions, 437 Appointments. (821)
  • Portsmouth Dockyard Extension. (421)
  • Post Office Engineering Department. High. frequency Heterodyne Oscillator and Pireet - Reading Measuring Met. 75
  • Potomac River Bridge, U.S.A., (567)
  • Powell, W. R., and J. R. Kingston, A Pre-combustion Ignition Coal-oil Engine. 641
  • Power Corporation of Canada. Ltd., Power Station at a Canadian Paper Mill, 494
  • Price Brothers and Co., Ltd., Icing Timber Roads, 432
  • Price, G. H. S., C. J. Smithells. and S. V. Williams, Copper-niekel•tnngsten Alloys, 305
  • Prior Burners, Ltd., Automatic Urulerfeed Stoker, 218
  • Progress Industries, Ltd., New Lubricating Pump, 344
  • "Protectovent " Air Filter, Vokes, Ltd., 546
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd., Ant iNibra• (ion Pipe Couplin 4. 402
  • Purdy, B. N., New Endless Bells. 201

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  • VAALBANK Darn, South A (*fief', 25
  • Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., Dolvac Mecham ii!ul Lubricator, 220
  • Van Deventer, J. H., " Kill the Tough Roosters Quietly," 161; Technological Unemployment, 318
  • Vauxhall Cross Road Improvement Works, LOU.,., (393)
  • "Vega," Newcastle—Bergen Motorship, 684
  • Venner Time Switches, Ltd., Light Sensitive Switch, 54
  • Verbus Bolt Co., Transparent Engine Model, 202
  • Verrugas Bridge, Peru, P. J. Risdon, 354, 366; (Correction, 413)
  • Versailles Airport, 491
  • Vickers, Ltd., Cutting Coring Machine for Cardboard Box Manufacture, " Empire " Wire Stitching Machines, 589
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Orient Liner " Orcades," 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1938); Lanneh of Submarines " Tritunph," " Unity," and " Ursula," 211. (221); Annual Meeting, (393); " Swan," L.M.S. Railway Motorship for Lake Windermere, (677)
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., " Wellington " Long-range Bomber, 4
  • Victoria Falls. Water Power from, 682
  • Vincent, G., Britain's Traffic Problems, 295
  • Voith-Schneider Propellers Fitted to Swedish Pontoon Crane, (277)
  • Vokes, Ltd., New Air Filter, 546

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