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GADD, William, M.I.Mech.E., Loco. Engr., Cork and Macroom Direct Railway, Capwell, Cork.

GALE, William Willis, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Licentiate R.I.B.A., Municipal Engineer, Public Offices, Carshalton. T. N.: 421 Sutton. b. 1868. Ed. Private School at Worthing. Pupil to W. Horne, District Surveyor and Waterworks Engineer. Assistant Surveyor, Worthing; Surveyor, New Shoreham Local Board; Surveyor, East Grinstead U.D.C.; Engineer, Uckfield Local Board; Surveyor, Carshalton U.D.C. Chief Works: Sea defences, Worthing; sewerage works, Shoreham; sewerage works, Uckfield; sewerage works, Carshalton; public offices, Worthing; public offices, Carshalton; Joint Infectious Hospital, East Grin stead; Cottage Hospital, Carshalton; Housing Scheme, Carshalton.

GALEA, Robert V., Prof., L.S. and A., Prof. of Eng. and Architecture at the Malta University; b. 1882. Ed. and Training: Malta, England, Italy. Lecturer, then Prof. and Examiner, Malta University; Member of the General Council representing Faculty of Science, 1915, and Eng. and Architecture, 1920; Member of the Commitee of the Chamber of Architects, 1921. Publ.: " The Geology of the Maltese Archipelago." Clubs: Casino, Maltese. Address: 68, Sde. S. Lucia, Valletta.

GALES, Sir Robert Richard, Kt.,Cr. (1915), F.C.H., M.Inst.C.E. (Former ember of Council), Mem. Am.Soc.C.E., Railway Engr.; Member of the firm of Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, Cons. Engrs.; b. 1864. Ed. Royal Indian Eng. College, Coopers Hill. Practical Training, Forth Bridge, 1886-87; joined Indian P.W.D:, 1887; Survey and Construction Work connected with N.W. Railway, 1887-95; Asst. Manager, N.W. Railway and East Coast Railway; and Deputy Manager, Eastern Bengal Railway, 1895-1900; Executive Engr. and Engr.-inChief, Curron Bridge over the Ganges, 1901-5; Engr.-in-Chief, Bombay-Sind Connection Railway Survey and Coonoor—Ootacamund Mountain Railway, 1905-8; Engr.-in-Chief, Hardinge Bridge over the Lower Ganges at Sara, 1909-15; Chief Engr. with the Railway Bd., 1915-17; Agent, N.W. Railway, 1917-19. Clubs: East India; United Service, Roehampton. Address: 243, St. James's Court, S.W. T. N.: Victoria 2360.

GALLOWAY, William Hon.D S c.(Wales), F.G.S., Min. Engr.; s. of late William Galloway, J.P. of Paisley. Ed. Private School; Univ. of Giessen; Bergakademie, Freiberg; Univ. College, London. Formerly H.M. Inspector of Mines, West of Scotland and South Wales; P. Prof. of Min., Univ. College, South Wales and Mon. Address: 17, Park Place, Cardiff. T. A.: "Galloway, Cardiff." T. N.: 3907 Cardiff.

GALSWORTHY, Montague Herbert, A.M.I. E.E., Man. Dir., Galsworthy, Ltd; b. 1872; s. of Robert H. Galsworthy. Ed. Charterhouse. Training: Spagnoletti and Crocker and Electric Construction Co. Address: 12, Orman Road, Belsize Park, N.W.3. T. N.: 8235 Hampstead.

GAMBLE, Sidney Gompertz, F.S.I., Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer (Consultant on Fire Prevention), 16, Queen Anne's Gardens, Bedford Park, London, W.4; T. N.: Chiswick 1467. b. 1854. Ed. King Edward's School, Grantham. Pupil of William Thompson, of Grantham, Haydor, etc. Engineering Assistant to the late Alfred 1VIorant, Borough Engr. of Leeds; Borough Surveyor of Grantham, 1876, associated with the late James Mansergh in the Grantham main outfall sewer works and laying out the Sewage Farm, £23,000. Passed the examination of the Sanitary Institute. Second-in-Command, London Fire Brigade, 1892-1918; pensioned. Chief Works: Grantham main drainage; Grantham river improvement and bathing place. Publications: " Shoring and Underpinning "; " How to deal with Different Kinds of Fires." Club: Camera, 17, John Street, Adelphi, and Bedford Park, W. War Services.—Constant duty at headquarters of the London Fire Brigade, and attended fires and damages by air raids.

GAMLEN, Robert Loraine, O.B.E., M.I.E.E., Elec. and Mech. Engr.; Dir., H. E. H. Mizan's Elec14 tricity Dept. and Mint-Master; b. 1874; s. of Robert Heale Gamlen. Ed. Charterhouse. Training: City and Guilds and Faraday House. Supt. of Stamps; Warden of Weights and Measures; Commanding Officer; Director State Workshops. Address: Hyderabad, India.

GANDER, James Sandford, M.I.Mar.E., Oil Fuel Expert; Senior Chief Engr. for AngloSaxon Petroleum Co.; b. 1883; s. of James Gander, Leather Merchant, London. Ed. and Training: East London College, and The Northern Polytechnic. Stephen Awards, Essays on Propeller Shafts and Turbines, I.Mar.E. (Lond.); Gold Medal, Lectures on Oil Fuel for Mar. Purposes, Inst. Engrs. and Shipbuilders (Hong-Kong). Career: Surveyor for Carriage of Fuel Oil to British Ministry of Shipping (Canada), 1917-19; Adapted Merchant Vessels and Auxiliary Cruisers for the carriage of fuel oil in ballast spaces and for the carriage of fresh water for troops and horses; also Surveyor, U.S. Shipping Bd.; Director Overseas Transport (Canada), and British Corporation; Chairman of the Eng. Committee, under Presidency of Sir Robert Borden, dealing with problems arising from the Halifax Explosion; Inventor and Patentee of several Safety Devices in connection with the carriage and combustion of Oil Fuel. Publ.: " The Working Arrangements for the Combustion of Oil Fuel in Marine Boilers," 1912-13; " Oil Fuel for Engineers " (now in the Press). Address: 4o, Claremont Road, Forest Gate, London.

GARCKE, Emile, M.I.E.E., Pres. of The British Elec. Federation, Ltd.; Vice-Pres. of Tramways and Light Railways. Assoc.; Chairman of the British Electric Traction Co., Ltd.; Director of North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co. Address: Ditton House, Maidenhead.

GARCKE, Sidney Emile (Hon. Rank of Major), M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst.T. (Council), Chairman or Director of a number of Public Transport Cos. (Omnibuses and Tramways); b. 1885; s. of Emile Garcke, M.I.E.E. Ed. Privately. Training: University College, London. Pioneer of Rural Passenger Transport by means of Public Automobiles; concerned with the operation of some of the first omnibuses in London. Clubs: Royal Automobile; Kingsdown Golf. Address: Wye Lodge, Belmont, Maidenhead. T. N.: Maidenhead 161.

GARD, William H., C.B., M.V.O., R.C.N.C., M.I.N.A. (Member of Council), 245, London Road, Thornton Heath.

GARDINER, Bernard Calwoodley, Major and Brevet Lieut.-Colonel, R.M.L.I., C.B., M.I.E.E., Wireless Telegraphist, S. Alban's Priory, Wallingford; b. 1879; s. of Canon W. Gardiner, B.D. Ed. Marlborough College and Naval Electrical Training Establishment. Qualified at the Naval War Staff College; joined Royal Marine Light Infantry in 1897; Senior Instructor in Wireless Telegraphy at Naval Wireless School for boys; the Senior Instructor at the Principal Naval Wireless Establishment. Attached Royal Engineers. Afterwards Senior Instructor in Wireless Telegraphy at the Army School of Military Engineering, Chatham. Head of Wireless Section in the Communication Division, Admiralty. Member of the United Service Club. War Services.—Wireless Officer on staff of Lord Jellicoe in H.M.S. " Iron Duke," and afterwards transferred to H.M.S. " Queen Elizabeth " as Fleet Wireless Officer, Grand Fleet, on the staff of Earl Beatty.

GARDNER, Alfred Charles, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., F.G.S., Docks Engr., Great Central Railway; b. 188o; s. of Henry C. Gardner. Ed. The Polytechnic School of Eng. and King's College, London. Pupil Thames Ironworks, Shipbuilding and Eng. Co.; Constr. Asst., L.C.C., 1902; Engr.'s Dept., G.W. Railway, 1903; G.C. Railway, '1907; Bridge and Gen. Asst. 1912; responsible for Design of Lifting Bridge over River Trent, Keadby, Lincolnshire, under the late Sir James Ball, Engr.; Docks Engr. to the G.C. Railway Co.; since 1917 in charge of Grimsby and Immingham Docks. Address: Dock Offices, Grimsby. T. A.: "Gardner, Central Railway, Grimsby." T. N.: Grimsby 291.

GARDNER, Charles Turville, Captain, R.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.T., Civil Engineer (Transportation, Railways, Waterways), 3, Elm Park Mansions, Chelsea, London, S.W.3; s. of Lieut.-Colonel T. Turville Gardner, I.M.S. Articled pupil to Sir Douglas Fox and Partners. Has been engaged on the survey and construction of railways in Southern and Northern Rhodesia and Southern Nigeria; Resident Engineer on the Sudan Government Railways and on the Canadian Northern Pacific Railway in the Frazer Valley, B.C. Was commissioned in the Corps of Guides, Canadian Militia. Recently was engaged on making surveys and plans for a large system of agricultural railways in the Fen district; now Deputy Director of Works, Imperial War Graves Commission, Palestine and Syria. War Services.—During the earlier part of the war was engaged on the construction of the Royal Naval Cordite Factory, Poole; went to France in 1916, on technical matters in regard to the waterways, on bridging, inundations and water control.

GARDNER, John, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M. Inst.M. and Cy.E., Civil Engineer, c/o H. Francis, 12, Lockyer Street, Plymouth; b. 1883; s. of the late H. H. Gardner of Worthing; m. Kathleen M. Francis, Plymouth. Ed. Bradfield College, Berks, and King's College, London. Articled to John Taylor and Sons, Caxton House, Westminster, Assistant on construction of filter beds at Bristol; Assistant Resident Engineer, Midhurst main drainage scheme; Resident Engineer on main drainage at Midhurst, Crowborough (Sussex), Saffron Walden (Essex), Goole (Yorkshire); camp sewage and sewage disposal works, Brocton; deep tunnel drainage, County Asylum, Bodmin; sewage disposal works and pumping and refuse destructor station, Hoddesdon, Herts, etc. War Services.—Commission Royal Engineers„ November, 1916. Garrison Engineer, Bareilly U.P., India (Acting Captain), 1918, and Assistant Commanding Royal Engineer, Bareilly Brigade.

GARFORTH, Sir William E., LL.D. (Leeds and Birmingham Universities), J.P. (Yorkshire and Cheshire), M.Inst.C.E., Snydale Hall, Pontefract. T. N.: 116 Castleford. Second s. of the late William Garforth, J.P. Past President, Mining Association of Great Britain (1907); Past President, Institution of Mining Engineers (r91 i-3); Chairman, Mining Committee, Leeds University. Awarded first medal, Institution of 14 Mining Engineers; Fothergill Gold Medal, Society of Arts; also other medals. Discoverer of the stone or " Shale " dust method of extinguishing coal-dust and gaseous explosions in coal-mines. Publications: Author of book, " Suggestions for Recovering CoalMines after Explosions and Fires " (2nd edition), and other literary contributions to several scientific societies. Member of the Authors' Club, London.

GARLAND, Frederick Joseph, Waterworks Engineer, 181, East Dulwich Grove, S.E.22; b. 1870; eldest s. of late Joseph Garland, M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., late President Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Ed. Privately, and at High Schools in London. Studied Science and Engineering at City of London College, the Birkbeck Institute and the Birmingham Technical Schools. 889-97—Pupil and subsequently an assistant to Henry Davey, M.Inst.C.E.., M.I.Mech.E., of Westminster, being associated with the work of design and construction of pumping plant for waterworks, sewerage and mines. 1897— Assistant Superintendent of Pumping at the Birmingham Corporation Waterworks, comprising some ten pumping stations; for eighteen months acted as Supervisor of a Rural District Water Scheme. In 1905, Assistant Engineer at the Dharhar Gold Mines in India, under John Taylor and Sons, of Queen Street Place. 1907-21 General Manager and Secretary to the Frimley and Farnborough District Water Co.

GARNER, Henry Ed., Agricultural Engineer, 104, Rodenhurst Road, Clapham Park, London, S.W.4; b. 1885. Ed. Macaulay Grammar School and London University. Apprentice to Middleton and Co., General Engineers, Southwark; Service Manager to Hy. Ford and Son, Ltd., Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.'; General Manager to Alldays and Onions, Ltd. (Tractor Department), Birmingham; and Works Manager to Food Production Department (Repair Section). Consulting Engineer, Engineering Service Company. War Services.—Rifle Brigade (2nd Lieutenant), 1914-8.

GARNETT, Cecil Stevenson, F.C.S., Geologist, Mineralogist and Metallurgist; Cons. Min. Technologist, and in charge of the Commercial Opening-up of several Mines in Derbyshire; b. 1893. Ed. and Trained: University of Sheffield. Associate in Metallurgy. Formerly Man. Dir., Peak Min. and Minerals Co., Ltd. Paper to Chemical Society, " Colouring Matters of Red and Blue Fluorite," 1920. Address: 12, Cross Street, Chesterfield.

GARRARD, Charles Cornfield, Ph.D.,M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, " Dennington," Somerville Road, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire. T. A.: " c /o Polyphase, Birmingham." T. N.: zo 1 East Birmingham; 17 Sutton Coldfield. b. 1877; s. of late C. W. Garrard, of London, and Eliza Jane Garrard m. Kate Mary Brett, of London. Ed. Central Foundation Schools of London, Finsbury Technical College, and University of Gottingen. Engineer with Nerest Electric Light, Ltd.; Head of Experimental Department, Ferranti, Ltd.; Manager, Instalment and Transformer Department, Ferranti, Ltd. Since 1909, Manager of Switch and Controller Department, General Electric Co., Ltd.; Past Chairman, South Midland Centre of Institution of Electrical Engineers; Member of Council I.E.E.; Member of Council of the Elec. Research Assoc. Publ.: Read papers before Institution of Electrical Engineers on " Relays " and " Standardization," and for the latter awarded " Paris " Premium; numerous papers in the press on technical and commercial matters; book, " Electric Switch and Controlling Gear," published by Benn Brothers, Ltd. Club: Devonshire, London.

GARRARD, John Jervis, M.Inst.M.M., Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., Cons. Min. Engr.; b. 1865; Ed. Clifton College and King's College Career: Engaged on Railway, Harbour and Hydraulic Eng. Works and Schemes under John Russell, M.Inst.C.E., 1884-87; managing Copper Mines and examining various min. propositions in N. Af., 1888-92; Engr. Premier Concessions, Mozambique, 1893; reported on Mineral Resources of Zululand, 1894; in charge of Mines Dept., Zululand, 1894-98; Chairman, Commission to Revise Min. Laws and Regulations of Natal and Zululand, 1898; in practice in Natal as Cons. Engr. for various collieries and reporting on mines throughout S. Af., 1898-1907; Cons. Engr., Central Min. and Investment Corporation, Johannesburg, for Transvaal Consolidated Land and Exploration Co., Swaziland Tin, and various other Cos. connected with the Group, 1908-19; at present Cons. Engr. for Premier Hydraulic Tin Mines of Nigeria, and representing the Central Min. and Investment Corporation in Nigeria; Pres. Geological Soc. of S. Af., 1919; served through Boer War in 1st Railway -Pioneer Regiment, 1899-1901; British Vice-Consul in Algeria, 1888-1892; J J.P. Zululand, 1894-1908. Publ.: Annual Reports on Min. Industry of Zululand, 1894-97; " Hydraulic Min. in Swaziland," " Syphoning Gravel " (Trans. Inst.M.M.), " Geology of the Swaziland Coalfields " (Trans. Geological Soc., S. Af.). Club: Badminton. Address: Selgrove, Faversham. T. N.: 36 Faversham.

GARRETT, Charles A. B., B.Sc. Hons. (Lond.), B.Sc. Eng. Hons. (Lond.), A.M.I.Mech. E., The Chestnuts, Ashford, Kent; b. 1883. Ed. University College, Nottingham, four years; Emmanuel College, Cambridge, two years. District Education Officer for Ashford, Kent, and Principal of the Ashford Technical Institute.

GARRETT, Frank, Lt.-Col., C.B.E., J.P., T.D., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., Man. Dir. and Chairman of Richard Garrett and Son, Ltd., Leiston, Suffolk; Director of Agricultural and General Engrs., Ltd., Central House, Kingsway, London, W.C.2.; b. 1869. Ed. at Rugby and abroad. Address: Aldringham House, Leiston, Suffolk.

GARSIDE, E., M.Inst.C.E., Engr., Hurst Urban District Council Tramways. Address: Town Hall Chambers, Ashton-under-Lyne.

GARWOOD, Edmund Johnston, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., Yates-Goldsmid Prof. of Geology and Mineralogy, University of London, since 1901; b. 1864. Address: University College, Gower Street, W.C. T. A.: "Detinue."

GASTER, Leon, Cons. Engr. and Tech. Advisor on Illumination to various Industrial Establishments, etc.; b. 1872; s. of Chevalier A. E. Gaster. Ed. Bucharest University (Roumania). Training: Zurich Polytechnic. Awarded Silver Medal Royal Soc. Arts, 1906. Career: Founder and Hon. Sec. of the Illuminating Eng. Soc.; Member of the Departmental (Home Office) Committee on Lighting in Factories and Workshops; Secretary or Member of various Joint Committees dealing with the scientific applications of lighting in schools, libraries, streets, railways, etc.; Cantor Lecturer on Modern Illuminants and Illuminating Eng. R.S.A., 1909; and lecturer to many other Scientific and Tech. Socs.; acted as delegate to International Congresses at Turin, Brussels, Milan, Paris, and Bucharest, etc., where aspects of lighting were dealt with; General Secretary, British International Assoc. of Journalists. Editor and Founder of " The Illuminating Engr."; Joint Author of " Modern Illuminants and Illuminating Eng." Address: 32, Victoria Street, London, S.W.I. T. A.: "Gaster, Vic., London." T. N.: Victoria 5215.

GATEHOUSE, Ernest Arthur, A.C.G.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, " The Hawthorns," Hawford Road, Rugby. T. A.: " Asteroidal, Rugby." T. N.: 54 Rugby. b. 1883. Training: Three years' course in Civil Engineering at Central Technical College, South Kensington. Three years as pupil with Dick, Kerr and Co., Preston; six years as outside Erecting Engineer with Dick, Kerr and Co., Preston; six years Commercial Engineer, Contract Department, the British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby. Member of Council, Institution of Electrical Engineers.

GATT, Hon. Lorenzo, C.E., C.M.G., Supt. of P.W., Malta, since 1897; b. 1857. Address: 10, Strada Seconda, Floriana, Malta.

GAUVAIN, William Percy, M.I.E.E., M.I. Mech.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Cons. Engr.; b. 188o; s. of W. Gauvain, Alderney, Channel Isles. Ed. Leys School, Cambridge. Training: University College, London. Chadwick School Career: Chief Engr., Waihi Gold Min. Co., Ltd., N.Z., 1910; Asst. Supt., Waihi G.M. Co., Ltd., 1913; Cons. Engr., Waihi G.M. Co., Ltd., 1920 responsible for HydroElectric Station for above Co., 9,000 H.P. and 50-Mile Transmission Line 5o,000 Volts; Cons. Engr. to Thames Valley Electric Power Bd. (N.Z.); Cons. Engr. to various local bodies and Cos. Address: P.O. Box 76, Hamilton, New Zealand. T. A.: " Hydrojuice, Hamilton, N.Z." GAVEY, Sir John, C.B., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E. (P. Pres. Inst. of Elec. Engrs.), The Croft, Seymour Road, Hampton Wick.

GAVIN, Joseph M.M., A.K.C., Assoc.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Casilla 140, Antofagasta, Chile. T. A.: "Gavin, Antofagasta." b. 1874; s. of James Gavin, Hampstead, formerly Leith; m. Frances Lewis in 1910. Trained: King's College, London, Apprenticed Vauxhall Ironworks. Articled to Prof. Henry Robinson. Assistant to Hunter and Middleton. M.Inst.C.E., Staines Reservoirs; Resident Engineer, under Mr. Melliss, M.Inst.C.E., Staines Sewage Disposal and Cromer Waterworks; Engineering Assistant, Admiralty (Works Loan Department); Chief Waterworks Engineer, Antofagasta and Bolivia Railway Co.; Engineer for Antofagasta Oil Supply Station; Engineer in charge new Nitrate plant, Fortuna Nitrate Co. Chief Works: Main pipe lines, over 200 miles in length, for water supply of Antofagasta from Bolivian Andes, with accessories.

GAVIN, William Hay, M.Inst.C.E., Inspecting Engr., P.W.D., Wellington, N.Z.

GAY, Albert, M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 3, Warltersville Road, Crouch Hill, N.19. T. N.: N. 115. b. 1859. Training: Technical School and Anglo-American Brush Electric Light Co. Engineer, Hammond and Co.; Chief Engineer, Brighton Co.; Chief Engineer, House-to-House Co.; Chief Engineer, Eastbourne Co.; Consulting and Resident Engineer, Islington Borough Council. Past President, Associated Municipal Electrical Engineers. Chief Works: Designing and constructing and taking charge of Islington Electricity Works for the late Vestry and Borough Council. Publications: " Central Station Electricity Supply " (Gay and Yeaman); sundry papers and articles before societies and in technical press.

GAY, Clarke William, Lieut.-Colonel R.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Thatched House, St. James' Street, S.W.; b. 1869. Ed. Engineering Course, King's College. Received training with Plenty and Son, Marine Engineers, and W. H. Massey, M. I nst.C. E., Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster. Chief Works: Engaged on Blackwall Tunnel, Dover Harbour Works, Great Northern and City Railway; Taikoo Dock and Engineering Co., Hong-Kong; Hydro-Electric Works in Japan. Club: Thatched House. War Services.—In charge of Mechanical Section in the Directorate of Inland Waterways and Docks, War Office; latterly Director of Inland Waterways and Docks; Advisory Committee, Dock Equipment Disposal Board.

GAZE, Harry Philip, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, c/o Central Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Lodge Road, N.W.8. T. A.: " Cenleccom, Upbaker, London." T. N.: 1581-2 Paddington. b. 1874. Ed. Framlingham College, Suffolk; Walker Engineering Laboratory, University of Liverpool, 1891-4. Assistant; Liverpool Electric Supply Co., Ltd. St. James and Pall Mall Electric Light Co., Ltd., 1886-1903; Central Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Executive Engineer, 1903-19.

GEACH, George Ernest, M.I.Mar.E., Chief Mar. Engr., Shaw, Savill and Co.; b. 1873; s. of W. A. Geach, Trinity House, Pilot for 42 years. Ed. and Trained; Gravesend. First Class B.O.T. Certificate. Career: Joined Shaw, Savill and Co., 1894; engaged in their New Zealand and Australian service, 27 years. Address: 63, Basildon Road, Plumstead, London, S.E.,i8.

GEBBIE, Frank St. John, B.Sc. (Edin.), M.Inst.C.E., Maintenance Engr., Sierra Leone Government Railway, Sierra Leone, W. Af.

GEDDES, John and G. H., Consulting Mining Engineers, 2 1, Young Street, Edinburgh. t. A.: " Rigid, Edinburgh." T. N.: Central 2468. Principals: C. D. Geddes, M.Inst.C.E., and J. D. McLauchlan, M.Inst.C.E. Established about 1780. Consulting Engineers to a large number of Royalty owners in Scotland and England, and have connections with mining companies in home and foreign 'countries both in Europe, Canada and U.S.A.

GEDYE, Nicholas George, O.B.E. (M.Div.), B.Sc. (B'ham), M.Inst.C.E., Officer of the Order of the Crown of Belgium, Chief Civil Engr. for Docks, Harbours and Inland Waterways, Ministry of Transport; b. 1874; s. of late Joseph Gedye. Ed. Bristol Grammar School and University of Birmingham. Eng. School and Prizeman. Pupil with, and afterwards Chief Asst. to late W. T. Douglass, M.Inst.C.E.; 1910-15—Chief Engr., Tyne Improvement Commission; 1915-17—Supt. Engr., M. of M.; March, 1917-Nov., 1918—Served on Staff of D.G.T., B.E.F., France; engaged on Port Construction Work, etc., under Sir Alexander Gibb, G.B.E., C.B.; Major R. E., 1917; Lt.-Col. R.E., 1918—Mentioned in Dispatches; 1918-19—Served on Staff of Civil Engr.-in-Chief (Admiralty), as Asst. Director of Special Construction, and later Acting Director, in charge of Belgian Ports Reconstruction, etc.; since Oct., 1920, as above. Joint Author with W. T. Douglass, of Article " Lighthouses, etc.," in " Encyclopaedia Britannica." Club: St. Stephen's. Address: 5, Victoria Street, London, S.W.i; and Ministry of Transport, Whitehall Gardens, S.W.I.

GEEN, A. Burnard, M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engr. in private practice. Publ.: " Continuous Beams in Reinforced Concrete " (Chapman and Hall). Address: 122, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.I. T. N.: Via. 2258.

GEMMELL, John, Min. Engr., St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh.

GEORGE, Richard Lloyd, Major, B.A. (Cantab.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, 45, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C.3, and Bettws-y-coed, North Wales. b. 1889; eldest s. of the Rt. Hon. D. Lloyd George, 0.M., M.P.; m. Roberta, d. of Sir Robert McAlpine, Bart. Ed. Portmadoc County School and Cambridge; Mechanical Science Tripos. Served time with S. Pearson and Son, Dover Harbour Extension. 1912-13—Assistant Surveyor with Port of London Authority. 19I3-4--Assistant Engineer with S. Pearson and Son on various undertakings in South and Central America. At present a Director of A. R. Brown, McFarlane and Co., Ltd., 45, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C.3. Head Office: 19, St. Vincent Place, Glasgow. War Services.—Commissioned September, 1914; France, December, 1915, with 19th Batt. The Welsh Regiment; transferred Royal Engineers, October. 1916. Demobilized May, 1919, with rank of Major,

GEORGE, Richard Westropp (Captain, late of Royal Engineer Services), M.B.E., B.A., B.A.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Royal Engineers Office, The Barracks, Athlone. Ed. Arlington School, Portarlington; Grammar School, Tipperary; Dublin University. Engineering School, Dublin University. Received training under the late James Barton, M.Inst.C.E., of Dundalk. Career: Railway Construction (Strabane and Letterkenny Railway); Central Ireland Power Scheme (Peat); Assistant Engineer, Fishery Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ireland (Harbour Design, etc.); Area Disposal Officer, Disposal Board, Ministry of Munitions. Club: University. War Services.—Royal Engineer Services, October, 1914, to May, 1919.

GETTINGS, Charles Frederic, M.Inst.C.E., County Surveyor, Worcestershire, since 191 1. Ed. King Edward's School, Birmingham. Training: Mason College, Birmingham. Res. Engr., Grand Junction Canal Co.; supervision and construction 19 of Inclined Canal Lift, at Foxton, near Leicester, which dispensed with 10 locks, and cost about £40,000, the only one of its kind in the world, the movement of barges from one level to another being completed in 7i minutes, as compared with i hours: as Engr. to the Teignmouth Town Council carried out Water Scheme at Teignmouth, including crossing the tidal river—the scheme included laying about 15 miles of steel mains, the first complete scheme sanctioned by the L.G.B. for steel mains. Also for extensive Sea Defence Works at Teignmouth with Reinforced Concrete. Club: R.A.C. Address: 3o, Foregate Street, Worcester. T. A.: " County Surveyor, Worcester." T. N. 185.

GETTINGS, Sydney Salter, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Municipal Engineer, Council Offices, Dorking. T. N.: Dorking 149. b. 1879. Articled to A. D. Greatorex, M.Inst.C.E., Borough Engineer and Surveyor, West Bromwich. Assistant to Willcox and Raikes, Civil Engineers, Birmingham; Chief Assistant Surveyor to the County Borough of West Bromwich; Resident Engineer to the Campden Rural District Council; Surveyor to the Tring Urban District Council; and Surveyor to the Dorking Urban District Council. Chief Works: Construction of roads, sewers, sewage disposal works, waterworks, public buildings, tramways, housing schemes and other schemes for local authorities. War Services.—Engaged upon many forms of work undertaken by.the Dorking Urban District Council at the expressed wish of Government Departments, including Local Fuel Overseer, housing London refugees, and work done under the direction of the Board of Agriculture.

GIBB, Sir Alexander, G.B.E. (cr. 1920), K.B.E., (cr. 1918), C.B. (Mil.), 1918 (Brig.Gen. retired 1919), of Gruinard, Ross-shire, Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium, D.S.M. (Amer.), F. Univ. College, London, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.T., A.I.N.A., F.R.S. (Edin.), Mem. Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France, Mem. Amer. Soc. C.E., Cons. Civil Engr. to the Ministry of Transport; b. 1872; eldest s. of the late Alex.. ander Easton Gibb, of Beamsley Hall, Skipton, Yorks; m. Norah Isobel, younger d. of the late FleetSurgeon Lowry John Monteith, R.N.; three s. Ed. Rugby, and Univ. College, London. Pupil of the late Sir John Wolfe Barry, K.C.B., F.R.S., and the late H. M. Brunel. Late Man. Dir. of Easton Gibb and Son, Ltd. Chief Works: 19o3—Kew Bridge; 1903-6 —N.E. Railway main line to High Level Bridge, Gateshead. 1905-15—New Alexandra Dock and deep Lock entrance, Newport (Mon.); 1909-17—Construction of H.M.'s Dockyard, Rosyth. Dir.-Gen. of C.E., Ministry of Transport, 1919-21; Chairman of Tech. Ctee. on London traffic; Chairman of Light Railways. Investigation Ctee.; Mem. of Electrification of Railways. Advisory Ctee.; Mem. of Treasury Ctee. for disposal of surplus Railway works; Mem. of Univ. College Ctee., Univ. of London; Member of Cambridge Univ. Appointments Board. War Services: Chief Engr., Ports Construction to British Armies in France and Belgium, 1916-18; Deputy Dir. of Docks (0), B.E.F., France, 1917-18; British Representative Commission Militare des Ports Belges and Commission Technique des Ports Beiges; Civil Engr.-in-Chief Admiralty, 1918-19; Mem. of Ctee. to deal with the use of French, Belgian, and Italian Ports for demobilization purposes; Mem. of Naval Ctee. to deal with financial and economic questions in connection with the Naval terms of Peace. Clubs: Reform, Caledonian, Ranelagh, Fly-fishers', New, Edinburgh. Addresses: Woodrow High House, Amersham, Bucks.; Gruinard, by Aultbea, Ross-shire.

GIBB, George, Member of Council I.Min.E., Min. Engr., 27, Victoria Road, High Crosshill.

GIBB, Norman, M.I.Mech.E., Chief Mech. Engr., Royal State Railways., Bangkok, Siam.

GIBB, Maurice Sylvester, C.B.E., J.P., M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst.Met., Mechanical Engineer, Managing Director, The Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool. T. A.:" Central, West Hartlepool." T. N.:375 West Hartlepool. Ed. London and Retford, Nottinghamshire. Engineering training at Central Marine Engine Works. Marine Engineer in Thompson's Aberdeen White Star Line, 1899-19D3; B.O.T. Chief Engineer's certificate; Outside Machinery Superintendent to the North Eastern Railway, 19037; in 1907 joined the Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool, as General Manager; was appointed a Director of the Company in 1913. Vice-President of the North East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders. War Services.—Assistant Deputy Director-General of Munitions Supply, and afterwards Representative of the Ministry of Munitions at the National Projectile Factory, Birtley. Commander of the Belgian Order of the Crown.

GIBBINGS, William, M.I.E.E., M.I.C.T., etc., Metallurgical and General Engineer, Woodside, Halebank, Widnes. T. A.: "Gibbings, Hale, Liverpool." b. 1854. Designer, erector and Manager of the Liverpool Silver and Copper Co.'s Works, 27 years, and other metallurgical and chemical works. Telegraphic career in Post Office, London. Publications: Various in technical press. Member of the Conservative Club, Widnes.

GIBBONS, Frederick Charles, M.I.E.E., Man. Dir., Browett, Lindley and Co., Ltd., Patricroft, Manchester; b. 1865; s. of Philip Gibbons, of Wantage, Berkshire. Ed. King Alfred's School, Wantage; and Amersham Hall, Reading. Training: Manchester Tech. School App with Gibbons and Robinson, Agricultural and General Engrs.; two years in Works of Hetherington and Co., Ltd., Ancoats, Manchester; joined Browett, Lindley and Co., Ltd., in 1893; Man. Dir. since 1903. Clubs: Constitutional, Manchester. Address: Loxborough, Broad Lane, Hale, Cheshire. T. A.: "Altrincham 457. T. N.: Altrincham 457.

GIBBONS, William Frederick, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E M.E. (Ind.), Acting Chief Mech. Engr., Bengal-Nagpur Railway; b. 1870; s. of the late Col. F. F. Gibbons, The Devonshire Regt. Ed. Privately at Regent's Park School, Exeter; and Peak House, Sidmouth, Devon. Training: King's College, London. Pupil under the late William Kirtley, L.C. and D. Railway; 14 years with that Co. in various capacities in Loco. Dept.; Loco. Supt., Beira and Mashonaland and Rhodesia Railways., 1900-5; Inspecting Work in U.S.A., 1906-7; Asst. Chief Mech, Engr., Buenos Aires G.S. Railway; Supt. of Workshops, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 1912; Deputy Chief Mech. Engr., 1919; Chairman for several years, Indian Railway • Conference Loco. and Carr. Supts. Committee; 'KO and Chairman Indian Standard Railway Wagon Committee. Address: Khargpur, Bengal. T. A.: " Lococar, Khargpur, India." GIBBS, John Henry, M.I.Mech.E., Consulting Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Britannia Eng. Works, Cape Town; b. 1865; s. of William Gibbs, Eastbourne, Sussex. Ed. Christ Church and Trinity Schs., Eastbourne. Training: High School and Anderson College, Glasgow. App. with Walker Henderson and Robert Napier and Sons, Glasgow; Chief Draughtsman and Acting Locomotive Supt., Railways. in Argentine Republic; Eng. Asst., Waterworks, Survey and Construction, Port Elizabeth, Wynberg and Cape Town; Proprietor of Britannia Works since 1892; Member of Municipal Council of Mowbray before unification with Cape Town; P. Pres. Cape Town Soc. of Model Engrs. Club: R. Automobile of S. Af. Address: (Residence) 6, Clee Road, Observatory, Cape Town. (P.O. Box 859, Cape Town.) T. A.: " Gibbs, Observatory, Cape Town." T. N.: 74 Woodstock.

GIBSON, Alexander James, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Prof. of Eng., University of Queensland, since 191o. Address: The University, Brisbane.

GIBSON, Arnold Hartley, D.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., Beyer Professor of Engineering, University of Manchester. T. N.: 4182 City. Served apprenticeship as Mechanical Engineer; served as Draughtsman in England and U.S.A. Lecturer in Engineering in University of Manchester, 1994-9. Occupied Chair of Enaineering in St. Andrew's, 1909-20. President of Engineering Section of British Assoc., 192 I. Secretary of Water Power Ctee. of Conjoint Board of Scientific Societies; Mem. of B.O.T. Ctee. on Water Power Resources of Great Britain; Member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Author of books on " Hydraulics "; " Water Hammer in Pipe Lines "; " Circular Arc Bow Girder " " Natural Sources of Energy "; contributed many papers to Institutions of Civil and Mechanical Engineers, Institution of Naval Architects, Royal Society, etc. War Services.—Captain, Royal Field Artillery, until 1916; Officer in charge of Aero-Engine Research at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, 1916-9.

GIBSON, George Arthur, M.I.Mech.E., Dist. Loco. Supt., G.I.P. Railway, Nagpur, India.

GIBSON, George McLean, O.B.E., Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.C.I., Civil Engineer (Docks, Harbours, Buildings, etc.), Office of Housing Commissioner, Quebec House, Quebec Street, Leeds. T. A.: " Housing, Leeds." T. N.: 27434 Leeds. b. 1877. Ed. Leylands Private School, Hornsea, East Yorks, and Kingston-upon-Hull Municipal Technical School. Articles with Freeman, Son and Gaskell, Consulting Engineers, Hull. Two years Draughtsman with Wright and Son, Constructional Engineers, Hull; 2 years Chief Assistant with John M. Dossor, F.R.I.B.A., Architect, Hull; 8-i years Assistant Engineer, North Eastern Railway, Dock Engineer's Department; 4 years Chief Assistant to Resident Engineer, Blyth Harbour Commissioners. Now Deputy Housing Commissioner, Region B (Yorkshire). Chief Works: River walls, quays, warehouses, ferro-concrete structures, telpher and conveyor coal handling plants, dredging, etc. War Services.—Four and a half years Division Officer in charge of Construction, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich Ic (as Assistant Superintendent, Building Works Department). Also in charge of organization and construction of temporary housing for munition workers.

GIBSON, H., B.Sc., M.I. and M.Inst.Met., Metallurgist and Analyst, Burn and Co., Ltd., Calcutta; b. 1892. Ed. King Edward's Grammar School, Birmingham; George Dixon School, Birmingham. Training: Birmingham University. Career: With British Aluminium Co., 1912-14; H. R. Marsden, Leeds, 1914; and Burn and Co., Ltd., 1918. Address: c /o. Burn and Co., Ltd., Howrah, Calcutta, India.

GIBSON, J. Hamilton, M.Eng.(Hon.), M.I. N.A., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.Met., M.I.Mar.E., Cons. Engr. Career: As Chief Draughtsman and Eng. Manager, Cammell, Laird and Co.'s Shipyard, Birkenhead; responsible for mar.machinery for 25-knot Scouts of 1903-4, H.M.S. "Swift," H.M.S. "Iron Duke," and numerous cruisers and leaders built during the War; also the Canadian train ferry "Leonard"; associated with many improvements in gear-cutting, highpressure valves, torsionmeters, etc.; fitted the first Mitchell thrust blocks for mar. purposes, and later constructed a series of experiments culminating in the installation of Mitchell journal bearings in a 40,000 s.h.p. leader; served on Committees: Propellor Erosion, British Mar. Eng. Design and Construction, British Eng. Standards Assoc., etc.; P.-Pres. Liverpool Eng. Soc. Addresses: 32, Victoria Street, London, S.W.I; and 34, Castle Street, Liverpool.

GIBSON, Norman Walter John, Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, S.E.18. T. N.: Royal Arsenal 26. b. 1864; s. of Joseph and Agnes Butler Gibson (shipowner); m. Marion Isabel, d. of the late Henry Ough, architect. Ed. Private schools, Hampstead and Godalming, and King's School, Canterbury. Articled to John Wilson, Dean's Yard, Westminster. 1882— Engaged on Millwall Docks. 1883-97—G.E. Railw ay. 1897-1 goo—Metropolitan District Railway. 19oo to date—Railway Engineer, Royal Arsenal,Woolwich. Chief Works: Cambridge and Mildenhall Line, G.E. Railway; London Division, G.E. Railway; experimental work, electric traction, Metropolitan District Railway; reorganized and enlarged railways, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Club: Royal Automobile. War Services.—Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Increased mileage from 8o to 16o in an acreage of 1,200 acres, mixed gauge, 4 ft. in. and i? ft. 6 in.

GIBSON, Ralph E., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst. Gas E., Member of Council Inst. of Gas Engrs., Chief Engr. to the Liverpool Gas Co. Address: Gas Office, Duke Street, Liverpool. T. A.: " Gibson, Gas, Liverpool." T. N.: Liverpool, Lark Lane 251.

GIBSON, S. Cameron, Lieut.Commander, R.N.V.R., M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Electricity Works, Nuneaton. T. A.:" Gibson, Electricity Works, Nuneaton." T. N.: 65. b. 1874. Ed. at private school and subsequently at Glasgow and W. Scotland Technical College. Served articles with Piercy and Co., General Engineers, Birmingham. One year's Marine experience with the P. and 0. Steam Navigation Co.; 2i years in the Engineering Department of the Post Office; 2 years with the Wimbledon Corporation Electricity Department; 18 years as Chief Engineer to the Nuneaton Corporation. Chief Works: Has been responsible for design and management of electricity works. Acted as Consulting Engineer since commencement; also acted as Consulting Engineer to local Collieries and Works. At present carrying out schemes for extensions at an estimated cost of £40,000. War Services.—In the Navy: 2 years in command of H.M. Wireless Station at Seychelles; 2 years attached to H.M.S. " Vernon" for special electric light and power duties; rank of Lieut.-Commander, R.N. V. R.

GIFFORD, Randolph Douglas, D.Sc., A.M.I. E.E., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, 86, Acre Lane, Brixton, S.W.2. T. A.: " Acholenco, Phone, London. " T. N.: Brixton 2001. b. 1886. Ed. King Edward VI's School, Birmingham, and the University of Birmingham. With British ThomsonHouston Co., Rugby, in Drawing Office, then Engineering Design Department; Nalder Brothers and Thompson, London, as Chief of Technical and Experimental Department. Now Consulting Mechanical and Electrical Engineer. Author of papers read before the Institution of Electrical Engineers and various articles in technical press.

GIFFORD, Walter Stanley, M.Inst.M.M., A.M.I.E.E., M.I. and S.I., A.R.S.M., Cons. Engr.; Partner of Campbell, Gifford and Waite, since 1915; b. 1884 s. of C. E. Gifford, C.B., R.N. Ed. Harrow. Training: Royal School of Mines. 1905-10— In United States and Canada as Geologist to G.N. Railway, and with Chicago Exploration Co.; 1910—Engr. to Societe Electro Metallurgique Francaise, developing the Heroult Electric Steel Process. Club: Royal Societies. Address: 17, Victoria Street, S. W.1. T. A.: " Mixoist." T. N.. Vic. 9125-6.

GIL, Joseph Valderrame, A.M.I.E.E., Director and Elec. Engr. to Air-Plants, Ltd., since 1919; b. 1890. Ed. Xaverian College, Mayfield, Sussex. Training: Battersea Polytechnic, London; Royal Tech. Inst., Salford; Manchester College of Technology. City and Guilds ( Hons.) Medallist. 19o8-12—L. and S.W. Railway Elec. Dept.: Works, Power House, Drawing Office; 1912-I5—British Westinghouse Co., Manchester, design of Electric Control Gear; 1915-T9—Asst. Elec. Engr. to Matthews and Yates, Ltd., Swinton: Electric Motor design, supervision of Elec. and Fan Testing (experimental and commercial). Address: " Snaresbrook, Temple Drive, Swinton, Manchester. T. A.: "Fans, Manchester." T. N.: iranchester, Central 3535.

GILBERT, John James, Associate I.E.E., F.R.Met.S., Electrical Engineer, Crescent Wharf, Birmingham. T. A.: " Gilbert, Crescent." T. N.: Central 1578. b. 1854. Ed. King Edward's School and Midland Institute. President, Birmingham and Midland Institute, Scientific Society, 1891-2.

GILBERT, William, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 22, Upper Avenue, Eastbourne. b. 1892. Ed. London Matric., 1909; 4 year Course Northampton Institute, London, E.C. 1911—Lancashire Dynamo Co., Manchester. 1912—I 7—Assistant Manager, T. Harding Churton and Co., Electrical Engineers, Leeds. 1919—Staff of British Engine Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co., Ltd., Manchester. 1919— Present Designer, Sunderland Forge and Engineering Co., Ltd., Sunderland. War Services.-1914-I5—I5th (Leeds City) Batt. 15 Prince of Wales' Own West Yorks Regiment. 1918I9—Royal Air Force.

GILBERTSON, Francis William, B.A., Member of Council Iron and Steel Inst., Llw ynymor, Mumbles, Glamorganshire.

GILCHRIST, Percy Carlyle, F.R.S., M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Mech.E., A.R.S.M., Chevalier Legion d'Honneur, Vice-Pres. I. and S.I., Member of Soc. of Chemical Industry, R.S.A.; b. 1851. Ed. Felsted Grammar School; Royal School of Mines (Murchison Medallist). One of the founders of the " Basic " or " Thomas Gilchrist " process for making steel from phosphoric pig iron.

GILES, Benjamin, M.I.Mech.E., Divl. Supt., G.W. Railway, Wolverhampton.

GILES, Humphrey Noel, Major, B.Sc., B.Eng., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer (Waterworks), Freshfield, Oswestry, Salop. b. 1880. Ed. Malvern College. Served articles to Water Engineer of Liverpool, 1901 and 1902. Resident Engineer for New Works, Liverpool Corporation Water Works.

GILL, Ernest William, Capt. R.E., M.I. and S.I., F.C.I., A.M.I.Loco.E., M.Inst.Met., M.J.Inst.E., Mem. of Civil Eng. Soc., Glasgow; Asst. Chief Mech. Engr., Inter-Allied Railway Com., British Army of the Rhine; b. 1892; s. of William Henry Gill, of Chesterfield. Ed. Motherwell High School Training: Royal Tech. College, Glasgow; Polytechnic, London; and Dept. of Applied Sc., University of Sheffield. Soc. of Engrs. and Metallurgists' Prize, 1913. Mentioned in Dispatches, 191',. Designer of Railway Rolling Stock for English, Colonial and Foreign Railways. and Asst. Engr., Hurst, Nelson and Co., Ltd., Glasgow, 1906-12; Asst. Chief Draughtsman, Harrison and Camm, Ltd., Sheffield, 1913-14; Instructor, School of Military Eng., Chatham, 1914-15; R.E. and R.A. in France and Flanders on Field Eng., Railways., Heavy Gunnery and Telegraphy; R.E. Headquarter's Staff, London, 1919; Chief Mech. Engr.'s Dept., InterAllied Com., from March, 192o. Home Address: Ivy Bank, • Broomhill Lane, Old Whittington, Chesterfield.

GILL, Frank, M.I.E.E. (Member of Council), Western Electric Co., Norfolk House, Victoria Embankment, W.C.2.

GILL, Geoffrey Murton, M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst. Gas.E., Chief Engr., South Metropolitan Gas Co., 709, Old Kent Road, S.E.I5; b. 1882; s. of John Blacket Gill, Chairman of Commercial, European and Oriental Gas Cos. Ed. at Lancing College Pupil to H. E. Jones, Ex-Pres. Inst.C.E. Engr. and Manager, Commercial Gas Co.'s Works, Wapping, 1908; Asst. Engr. to Commercial Gas Co., 1913; Chief Engr., South Metropolitan Gas Co., 1916; Member of Southern District Assoc. of Gas Engrs. and Managers. Club: Authors'. Address: 30A, Kidbrook Park Road, Blackheath, S.E.3. T. N.: Greenwich 96.

GILL, J., Member of Council Midland Inst. of Min. Civil and Mech. Engrs., St. John's Colliery, Normanton; and Park Hill Collieries, Wakefield.

GILL, James Lester Willis, M.Sc., Prof. of Elec. Eng., School of Min., Queen's University, since 1905. Address: Queefi's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

GILL, L. W., M.Sc., M.E.I.C., M.A.S.M.E., A.M.A.I.E.E., Director of Tech. Education, Dominion of Canada; b. 1871; s. of Abraham Gill, Prince Edward Island. Ed. Public School Training: McGill University, Harvard University. Gold Medal on graduation, 1851 Ex. School (2 years). Career: Entered McGill University, 1892; Graduated, Mech. Eng., 1896, with Hons., including Gold Medal; 1897—Post Graduate Course in Elec. Eng.; 'goo— Prof. of General Eng., School of Min., Queen's University, Kingston; 1901-5—organized Departments of Civil, Elec. and Mech. Eng., Queen's University; appointed Prof. of Mech. and Elec. Eng., and later Prof. Elec. Eng.; designed and installed a Central Heating Plant for Queen's University; served as Cons. Engr. in connection with a variety of industrial work. Publ.: Papers on " Magnetic Hysteresis," and " Distribution of Magnetism in Iron Rods," Phil. Magazines; Text Book on Elementary Elec. Eng. Clubs: Rideau, University, Ottawa. Address: Dept. of Labour, Ottawa.

GILLESPIE, Peter, M.Sc., Civil Engr.; Prof. of Applied Mechanics, University of Toronto; b. 1873; s. of Peter Gillespie and Eliza Hossack. Ed. University of Toronto; McGill University, Montreal. Graduated 1903; Demonstrator, then Lecturer; 1911—Assoc. Prof.; 1920—Prof.; since 1920 Prof. of Applied Mechanics,.University of Toronto; 1902-5—On Location and Construction Work, C.N. Railway; 1906-8—With Sinclair and Smith, New Liskeard, Ontario, on Municipal Work; 1909—On Construction of Power Plant for Town of Campbellford, Ontario; 1910—In charge of Field Work, Y.R. Railway, including Reconstruction of Bridges; 1911—Similar Work for the Toronto and Eastern Branch, C.N. Railway; 1912Asst. Engr. on Construction of Moose Jaw Water Supply System; since 1915 Cons. Engr. for Municipalities, Private Firms, and Dept. of Public Health, Saskatchewan. Published a number of Treatises, including " Methods of Treatment of Sewage Sludge," " The Cement Industry of Ontario." Is on Council E. Inst., Canada; Past Chairman Toronto Branch; Member Main Committee Canadian E.S.A., representing the University of Toronto; Chairman of Sec. Committees on Cement, Concrete and Aircraft Parts. Addresses: 358, Davenport Road, Toronto; University of Toronto, Toronto. T. N.: Hillcrest 835; College 5000.

GILLESPY, George Thomas, A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E., Mechanical Engineer, International Buildings, Kingsway, London, W.C.2. T. A.: " Intertext, Westcent, London." b. 1872; fourth s. of late J. R. Gillespy of London; m. in 1899, Mabel (died 1910), d. of late John Gibson of Addiscombe. Ed. Private schools and Finsbury Technical College Mechanical Department. Apprenticeship at the L. and Y. Locomotive Works, Bury, and Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Co., Ltd. Eight years Drawing Office experience, London and Bristol. r897-I902—Resident Engineer, Orient Co., Ltd., Ceylon. 1906—Assistant to Consulting Engineers, London. 1908—Chief Instructor, Civil and Mechanical Engineering. 1911—Principal, and 19r 6 Director of Instruction International Correspondence Schools, London; Member of Mathematical Association. War Services.—Royal Engineers (Volunteers). Four years, Engineering Institutions Company.

GILLING, A. C., Capt., A.M.I.E.E., Lighting Engr. and Manager, Epsom Urban District Council Electricity Works, Church Street, Epsom.

GILLING, Arthur Hewitt, M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E., A.M.I.E.E., Mech. Engr., The Brooms, Glossop Road, Sheffield. T. A.: " Engine, Sheffield." T. N.: Attercliffe 129 and 130. b. 1873; s. of J. W. Gilling, Printer and Publisher, Liverpool; m. in 1905, N. L. MacQuistan, of Birmingham. Ed. at Merchant Taylors' School. Apprentice to David Rollo and Sons, engineers and shipbuilders, Liverpool. Five years Draughtsman with the Electric Construction Co., Ltd., Wolverhampton; Managerial positions with Mitrovich Brothers, Engineers and Contractors, Liverpool and South America; Herbert Morris, Ltd., engineers, Loughborough; W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., locomotive builders and railway engineers, Stafford; The Rio Tinto Mining Co., Ltd., Huelva, Spain; since 1914 General Manager to the Yorkshire Engine Co., Ltd., locomotive builders and general engineers, Sheffield, q.v.. General experience in mechanical, civil and electrical engineering, including design and erection of electrical, chemical, hydraulic, mining and irrigation plant, railway construction, tunnels, bridges and station work, cranes, pumping plant, piers, breakwaters, oil, steam and other prime movers, boilers, air compressors, rock drills, crushing plant, locomotives, rolling stock, etc. Speaks Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese.

GILLOTT, William Albert, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 143, Sloane Street, London. S.W.'. T. A.: " Cookelec Phone, London." Received Engineering training at the Electrical Co., Ltd. (A.E.G.), London. Engaged upon various large electrification schemes, collieries, shipyards, etc.; joined Newcastle-on-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 1906; assisted in general development of North-East Coast Power Scheme up to 1912; from then onwards specialized in electric cooking and heating; designed and equipped the largest electric cooking schemes in the United Kingdom. Acted as Consulting Engineer to Vickers, Ltd., Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. and Short Brothers, on the design and layout of Canteens for Admiralty Works. One of the originators of the Electrical Development Association, London; representing the Institution of Electrical Engineers on Main and Executive Committees. Engineer to Cooking and Heating Department, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Electric Supply Co., Ltd. Now Engineer and Sales Manager The Jackson Electric Store Co., Ltd. Publications: Two papers on Electric Cooking and Heating before the Institution of Electrical Engineers. Awarded special premium, 1918. War Services.—Technical Adviser to the Ministry of Food (National Kitchens Division), on design of apparatus and equipment of National Kitchens.

GILMOUR, David, C.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., Pres., Standard Chemical Co., Ltd., Montreal, Canada; b. 1867; s. of David Gilmour. Ed. Glasgow High School Training: Royal Tech. College, Andersonian University, Glasgow. App. Turnbull, Grant and Jack, Canal Basin Foundry, Glasgow; P.-Pres. S. African Assoc. Engrs.; Asst. Chief Engr., De Beers Consolidated Mines, Kimberley; Cons. Engr., Randfontein Est. G.M. Co., Johannesburg Consolidated Invest. Co., Ltd., group of Mines, and J. B. Robinson group of Mines, S. Af.; Chief Engr., Chile Copper Co. (Guggenheim Brothers), New York and Chile; Director, H. M. Factory, Gretna, and other factories of Dept. Explosives Supply throughout War; late Member Advisory Council in S. Af. of Inst. C.E., 1905-8; Chairman, S. African Government Com;3 mission on Railway and Harbour Workshops, 1911; War Office Commission on Labour in British Army Zone, France, Spring, 1918; Rand Rifles, Boer War, 1900-I. Clubs: Rand, Johannesburg, S. AL; Royal St. Lawrence Yacht, Montreal. Address: 386, Sherbrooke Street, West, Montreal, Canada. T. A.: " Stachemco, Montreal."

GIRDLESTONE, John Owen, M.I.E.E., Elec. Engr.; Man. Dir., Westminster Eng. Co., Ltd. Address: Victoria Road, Willesden Junction, N.W. T. A.: "Regency, London." T. N.: Willesden 1700.

GIRLING, Harry Percy, M.I.E.E., Elec. and Auto. Engr., Electricity Works and Foundry, Maldon, Essex. T. A.: " Girling, Maldon, Essex." T. N.: 49 (and 46 Private). b. 1876; s. of Ipswich builder; m. d. of John G. Sadd, of John Sadd and Sons, Ltd., timber merchants, Maldon. Ed. Ipswich Middle School and Finsbury Technical College. Apprenticed at Crompton and Co., Ltd., Chelmsford. With Crompton and Co., Ltd., Chelmsford, twelve years as Assistant and Shop Manager, Main Shop; British Westinghouse E. and M. Co., Ltd., Trafford Park, Manchester; four years, first, Inspector Railway Motor Department, then Chief Draughtsman, Motor Standardization Department, all Motors to zoo H.P. Afterwards in Estimating Department dealing with Technical Points. Member of Automobile Assoc., and Motor Traders' Association. War Services.—Manufacture of 6-inch high explosive shells and 3.7 in. proof shot.

GIROUARD, Major-Gen. Sir Edouard Percy, D.S.O., K.C.M.G., M.N.E.C.Inst., Director, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., Northern Counties Club, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

GIVEN, Ernest C., C.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.N.A., Clewer Hill Lodge, Windsor. T. N.: Windsor 6o. General Manager of Slough Trading Co., Ltd. T. N.: Slough 24o. Ed. Harrow and University College, Liverpool. Apprenticed to Fawcett, Preston and Co., Liver. pool. Cape Government Railways, 1890-I; Cramps, Philadelphia, 1892-4; Priestmans, Philadelphia, 1894-6; Flanney, Baggalay and Johnson, Ltd., consulting engineers; Flanney and Given, Ltd., consulting engineers; Flanney and Gregson, Ltd., consulting engineers, 1897-1917. Past President Liverpool Engineering Society. Member of Liverpool City Council ten years. Clubs: Union, R.A.C. War Services.—Hon. Organizing Secretary, Liverpool Munitions of War Committee, June, 1915, to June, 1917. Director of Airship Production, Admiralty, June, 1917, to May, 1919. Director of Factories, M. of M., 1919-20.

GLADWYN, Sidney Charles, M.B.E., Wh.Ex., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I. and S.I., Mechanical Engineer, 63, Quentin Road, Blackheath, London, S. E. 3; b. 1885. Ed. Woolwich Polytechnic and Sheffield University. Apprenticeship at Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Assistant Engineer and Chief Draughtsman to Samuel Osborn and Co., Ltd., Sheffield, I go6-i x; Consulting Engineer, London, 1911-15; Chief Designer and Chief Draughtsman, Royal Laboratory, Woolwich Arsenal, 1915 to present date. Bayliss Prizeman, Institution of Civil Engineers. Paper read before Institution 15 of Civil Engineers for which awarded Miller Prize. Collaborated with D. Carnegie in production of " Liquid Steel: Its Manufacture and Cost," published in 1913. War Services.—In charge of design of ammunition. Royal Laboratory, Woolwich Arsenal.

GLASER, Herbert, O.B.E., M.A. (Cantab.), M.I.Mech.E., M.I.A.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.F.R.Ae.S., Aeronautical and Automobile Engr.; b. 1885. Ed. and Trained: Christ's College, Cambridge. Hons. M.A.Mech.Sc. Tripos. App. Dick, Kerr and Co.. Ltd., Chesterfield Corporation Electric Power Station; Asst., Henry Simon, Ltd.; Asst. Works Man., Linotype and Machinery, Ltd.; then Man., Investigation Dept.; later in charge of War Work for the Co.; M. of M. Mech. Transport Dept. and Aero-Engine Dept., on administrative duties; Asst. Gen. Man., British Lighting and Ignition Co., Ltd.; Gen. Man., J. Tylor and Sons, Ltd.; Investigations and Reports on Businesses and Works. Address: 77, Corringham Road, Golder's Green, London, N.W.11.

GLAUERT, Hermann, M.A., F.R.A.S., A.F.R.Ae.S., Senior Tech. Asst., Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough; b. 1892;.s. of Louis Glauert. Ed. King Edward VII School, Sheffield; and Trinity College, Cambridge (scholar). Math. Tripos Part I., ist Class, 1911; Part II., Wrangler, 1913; Tyson Gold Medal for Astronomy; Isaac Newton Research Studentship; Rayleigh University Prize; Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Engaged on Research Work in Aeronautics, Royal Aircraft Establishment, since 1916. Various Reports to the Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. A ddress: 9, Church Circle, Farnborough, Hants.

GLAZEBROOK, Sir Richard Tetley, K.C.B., D.Sc., F.R.S., Electrical Engineer (mainly), Coton End, Grange Road, Cambridge. T. N.: Cambridge 151. b. 1854; s. of N. S. Glazebrook, surgeon, Liverpool; m. Frances Gertrude, d. of J. W. Atkinson, Leeds. Ed. Liverpool College and Trinity College, Cambridge. Graduated as Fifth Wrangler, Cambridge, in 1876; M.A. Cantab., 1879; Fellow, Lecturer, Assistant Tutor and Bursar, Trinity College; Principal, University College, Liverpool. 1898-9; First Director, National Physical Laboratory, 1900-19; Hopkins Prize, Camb. Phil. Soc.; Hughes Medal, Royal Society; Albert Medal, Royal Society of Arts; Past President of Physical Society, Faraday Society, Institute of Electrical Engineers; President of Institute of Physics; Chairman, Advisory Committee for Aeronautics; Hon. Life Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Publications: Text-books of optics and practical physics, also on mechanics, heat and light, electricity properties and matter, Maxwell and modern physics; papers in Transactions of Royal and other societies on physical subjects. Club: Athenaeum. War Services.—Adviser in Physics to the Ministry of Munitions, 1915-8.

GLEDHILL, John M., M.I. and S.I. (P.-VicePres.), Ford Bank, Didsbury, Manchester.

GLEGG, Alexander, J.P., Marine and Shipbuilding Engineer, Florys, Princes Road, Wimbledon Park, London, S.W.19. T. N.: 442 Putney. b. 1848; s. of Robt. Glegg, iron merchant, Aberdeen. Ed. School Gymnasium, Old Aberdeen, and King's College, Aberdeen. Served six years' apprenticeship at Hall, Russell and Co., Shipbuilders and Engineers, Aberdeen. Draughtsman in the R.L. Department, Woolwich Arsenal, designing machinery and torpedoes, 1870-2; Chief Draughtsman to R. Hoe and Co., London and New York, designing machinery for printing and folding newspapers from a continuous roll of paper, 1873-8; Manager and Proprietor of Bowen and Co., Founders and Engineers, Mount Pleasant, London; Chairman of the Linoleum Manufacturing Co., Ltd., London and Staines; Chairman, Masson, Scott and Co., Ltd., Engineers, Townmead Road, Fulham; Director, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., Shipbuilders and Engineers, London, Southampton and Basingstoke. Chief Works: Introduction of aluminium cooking utensils into England; design of printing machinery. Mayor of Wandsworth; Vice-Chairman of the Battersea Polytechnic. Publications: Articles on printing machinery in the " Engineer " and " Investor's Review." Club: Reform, Pall Mall. War Services.—Building destroyers and submarines and coast motor boats (C.M.B.'s) and depth charge throwers. Member of the Metropolitan Munitions Committee.

GLENN, John Fereday, Elec. Engr.; Engr. and Manager to Gosport and Fareham Tramways; Gosport and Alverstoke Electric Lighting Co., Ltd., and PortsdoWn and Horndean Lt. Railway; b. 1873; s. of John Glenn, Civil Engr. Ed. Whitgift College, Croydon. Clubs: Southsea; Rotary, Portsmouth. Business Address: Tramways and Lighting Office, Gosport, Hants. T. A.: " Tramways, Gosport." T. N.: Gosport 3.

GLENTWORTH, Harry, F.C.M.S., M.I.N.A., M.I. Mar.E., Cons. Engr. and Mar. Supt. to Steamship Cos.; b. 1872; s. of George Glentworth. Ed. Goole Church National School 1st Class B.O.T. Cert. App. with T. Scott and Co., Goole, and Improver with Earle Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Hull, and at sea as Junior and Chief Engr; for last 17 years Cons. Engr. and Mar. Supt., also Naval Archt., charge of Salvage Operations. Club: St. John's. Address: 8, East Parade, Goole. T. A.: " Glentworth, Goole." T. N.: 72.

GLOVER, G. T., M.Inst.C.E., Locomotive Engineer, G.N. Railway (I.), Dundalk. T. A.:"Loco, Dundalk." T. N.: 83 Dundalk. Ed. Lancing College, Shoreham; Royal School of Mines. Neilson and Co., Glasgow (now N.B. Loco Co., Springburn). N.E. Railway.—Works Manager, Heaton; Superintendent of Electrical Rolling Stock, Heaton; Manager, Wagon Works, Shildon; Manager, Locomotive Works, Gateshead. Present Position: Locomotive Engineer, G.N. Railway (I.), with charge of Locomotive Carriage, Wagon and Electrical Departments. War Services.—Temporary Colonel, Royal Engineers. In France, 1917-8.

GLOVER, Robert Bell, Major R.E., M.I. and S.I., Partner, Glover Brothers, Wire Rope Makers, Mossley; b. 1871. Ed. Weston School, Bath, and Wigan Min. School With Robert Daylish and Co., St. Helens. Mem. Manchester Geological and Min. Soc. Clubs: Constitutional, Manchester; Eccentric, London. Address: Mossley, near. Manchester. T. A.: " Ropes, Mossley." T. N.: 51 Mossley.

GLOVER, Samuel, M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engr., St. Helens Corporation Gas and Lighting Dept.; b. 1857. P.-Pres., Inst. of Gas Engrs. Fifty years' expeiience in Gas Manufacture; Joint Inventor of the GloverWest System of Continuous Carbonization. Address: Olive Mount, Grosvenor Road, St. Helens. T. A.: "Glover, Gas Engr., St. Helens." T.N.: 96.

GLOVER, Thomas, M.I.Mech.E., London Man. Dir., Alder and Mackay, Ltd., Edinburgh; Director of Bland Light Syndicate, Ltd.; b. 1879; s. of John George Glover. Ed. Highgate. Training: Works of William Cook and Co., Vauxhall, and Thomas Glover and Co., Ltd., Clerkenwell and Edmonton. Clubs: R.A.C., Royal Temple Yacht, Royal Harwich Yacht, Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht, Royal Cinque Ports Yacht. Address: 75, Victoria Street, S.W.I. T. N.. Victoria 7643.

GNOSSPELIUS, Oscar Theodor, A.F.R.Ae.S., A.C.G.I., Chief of Tech. Dept., Short Brothers,' Ltd., Aeronautical Engrs., Rochester; b. 1878; s. of Adolf Jonothan Gnosspelius. Ed. Bedford Grammar School Training: City and Guilds, C.T.G., S. Kensington. Pupil to Sir Douglas Fox and Partners. On Public Works and Surveys in England, Af. and South Amer. until 1909; Experimental Work with Hydro Aeroplanes (Seaplanes) on Lake Windermere; built some of the earliest Seaplanes in this country and the first Monoplane Seaplane in this country; Tech. Work with Admiralty Air Department, afterwards Air Ministry; 1919-21—With Short Brothers; First Brit. All-metal Aeroplane. Club: Royal Aero. Addresses: The Cottage, Borstal Road, Rochester; and Eller How, Grange-over-Sands.

GOBEY, Francis Edward, O.B.E., M.I. Mech. E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Asst. Carriage and Wagon Supt., L. and Y. Railway; b. 1873. Ed. School of Sc., Gloucester, and College of Technology, Manchester. Training: Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon Co. Hons., Silver Medallist in Rail-Carriage Building, 1899. Chief Draughtsman, Works Manager and Asst. Supt., Newton Heath Works, L. and Y. Railway; lectured on " Railway Economics " University of Manchester, 1912-18; designed first " All-Metal " Passenger Cars in Great Britain, 1915; awarded Webb Prize by Council of Inst.C.E. for Paper on " AllMetal Cars for British Railways.," 1919; served on Committee for " British Standard Rolled Sections," 1919, and " Standardization of Wagons," 1920. Address: Ely House, Newton Heath, Manchester.

GODFREY, Charles Henry, M.Inst.C.E., Municipal Engineer, Public Works Department, Shanghai, China; b. 1873. Ed. King Edward's School, Camp Hill, near Birmingham. Articled to father, late Robert Godfrey, Engineer and Surveyor to King's Norton Urban District Council. Career: Assistant Surveyor, Northfield Highway Board, 1890; Assistant Engineer, Neath Urban District Council, 1893; Second Engineering Assistant, Manchester Corporation, 1895; Deputy Engineer, Shanghai Municipal Council, 1897; Chief Engineer, Shanghai Municipal Council, 1909; Commissioner of Public Works, Shanghai, 1919. Miller Prize, Institution, of Civil Engineers, 1896-7. Commissioned to investigate methods of sewage disposal in Canada and, America, 1918-9; also in Straits Settlements, 55 Burma and India in 1920. Contributed various papers to Institution of Civil Engineers and Engineering Society of China. President, Engineering Society of China, 1910-I I. Club: Royal Societies. War Services.—China War, 1900 (Medal). Captain, Commanding Engineers, Shanghai Volunteer Corps, and Engineer Staff Officer and Quartermaster.

GODFREY, W. Bernard, M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Mech.E., M.I.E.E.; b. 1854. Ed. Winchester College Training: Eng. College, Hesse-Darmstadt and at Stuttgart. Pupil Joseph Quick and Sons, Westminster; Asst. Engr. constructing Tramways in Paris, and subsequently in charge of first Steam Tramways in Paris; Mangr., Tovareshestvo Froom, Law Engineers, St. Petersburg; 1878 Engr. and Mangr., Lontin Electric Light and Power Generator Co., erecting and working some of the first Public Electric Light Installations in London, viz., H.M. Opera House, Gaiety Theatre, Aldersgate Street Station, Metropolitan Railway (extended to Moorgate and Farringdon Street Stations); 1881 Partner, then Man. Dir., J. and E. Hall, Engrs., Dartford and London, one of the pioneer firms in the Refrigerating Industry; subsequently a Man. Dir., now retired. Address: Beacon Hill Park, Surrey.

GOLDSMITH, Alfred Joseph, M.Inst.C.E. (former Member of Council), Lillington, Moray Street, New Farm, Brisbane, Queensland.

GOOD, Albert, Director, Cammell, Laird and Co., Ltd., Sheffield; Director, Midland Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., Birmingham; b. 1867; s. of William Good. Ed. Brasted, Kent. Training: Cammell, Laird and Co. Address: 91, Osborne Road, Brincliffe, Sheffield. T. N.: Sharrow 233.

GOOD, Percy, A.C.G.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., Elec. As3t. to the Secretary of the British Eng. Standards Assoc.; s. of E. R. Good. Ed. City of London School Training: Central Tech. College, Thames Ironworks; Supt., Test Dept., Faraday House; Cons. Engr., Developing Manufacturing Processes for Insulating Materials; since 1913, Standardization of Elec. and Aircraft Parts and Materials. Club: Royal Automobile. Address: 28, Victoria Street. T. A.: " Inellision, Vic., London." T. N.: Victoria 3137.

GOODALL, Stanley Vernon, M.B.E., R.C.N.C., M.I.N.A., M.Amer.Soc.N.A. and Mar.E., Naval Arch.; Constructor, Admiralty; b. 1883; s. of Samuel and Eliza Goodall. Ed. Owen's School, Islington; R.N.E. College, Devonport; R.N. College, Greenwich. Training: H.M. Dockyard, Devonport. 19o8-11—Asst. to R. E. Froude, C.B., LL.D., F.R.S., Admiralty Experiment Works, Haslar; 191I-14—Asst. Constructor on Staff of Sir Philip Watts and Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt, Admiralty; 1914— Lecturer in Naval Architecture, R.N. College, Greenwich; 1915-17—Constructor on Staff of Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt; received thanks of Lords Commissioners of Admiralty and M.B.E. for Work in connection with the War; 1917-19—Attached to Bureau of Construction and Repair, U.S. Navy, to assist in co-ordinating British and American Naval Construction; received American Navy Cross. Papers to Inst. of Naval Archs. and American Inst. 151 of E.E. Address: IIo, Streathbourne Road, London, S.W.17.

GOODALL, Thomas Edward, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Civil Engineer, c/o Standard Bank of S. Africa, London, E.C. Eldest s. of E. A. Goodall, R.W.S., and nephew of F. Goodall, R.A.; m. d. of Major Constant, 5th Dragoon Guards. Ed. Sutton Valance School. Engineering Works—Whessoe Foundry, Darlington; University College, King's College and Central Institute, London; Technical College, Hannover, Germany; pupil of John Dixon, C.E., London. The Engineering Staff, G.N. Railway; Railway Engineer on several lines, both Survey and Construction, under the Cape, Orange Free State, Transvaal and Union Governments; Municipal work in Cape Town and Johannesburg. Joint Inventor of a pocket Telemeter for Rapid Surveying. Chief of the Municipal Survey Department, Johannesburg; Sectional Engineer of Ermelo and Piet Retiet Railway, Transtraal. Club: Overseas. War Service.—Appointed as Technical Officer at the Western Base at the start of the Boer War; served under Colonel Morris, Royal Engineers, as Assistant Surveyor at the Base. During the 1914 War as Assistant Inspector of Shells, etc., at Woolwich and outstations; at present Technical Assistant in Air Ministry.

GOODENOUGH, Francis William, M.R.I., F.R.S.A., Controller of Gas Sales to The Gas Light and Coke Co. (London); b. 1872; s. of Henry Goodenough, of Newton Abbot, Devon. Ed. Torquay Public College Training: The Gas Light and Coke Co. Bronze Medal in Gas Eng. (C.G.L.I.); Bronze and Silver Medals for Papers read before the Inst. of Gas Engrs. Member of Councl of Inst. of Gas Engrs., 19I0—I3 and 1916-19; Exec. Chn. and Vice-Pres. of Brit. Commercial Gas Assocn. since 1912; Joint Hon. Sec. of National Gas Council since 1916; Past Chn. of Council of Illuminating Eng. Soc.; International Member of American Gas Assocn.; Member of Inst. of Public Health; Fellow of Inst. of Hygiene. Clubs: Fly Fishers', National Liberal, Rotary and Reform. Address: 1, Young Street, Kensington Square, W.8. T. A.: c/o " Coalgas Vic. London." T. N.: Western 181o.

GOODMAN, John, Major R.A.F., M.Inst.0.E., M.I.Mech.E., Professor of Engineering, Leeds University. T. A.: "University, Leeds." T. N. 20251. Eight years practical experience in works. Technical training at University College, London. Awarded Whitworth Scholarship and Miller Scholarship. Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering at the University, Leeds, since 1890; External Examiner in Engineering to Universities of London, Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, and Durham; Consulting Engineer. Publications: "Mechanics Applied to Engineering " and numerous papers on the friction of bearings, ball and roller bearings, stresses in crane hooks, flooding of culverts, live steam feed water heater. Experiments on plunger pumps. War Services.—Four years in Air Service, on Technical side of aircraft.

GOODWIN, C. J., Captain, B.Sc., A.C.G.I., Assoc.M.Inst.0.E., Chemical Engineer, 6o, Mark Lane, London, E.C.3. T. A.: " Grantable, London." T. N.: Avenue 6309. b. 1884. Training: City and Guilds Central Technical College, South Kensington. Diplomas in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Employed by Dick, Kerr and Co., Ltd.; S. Pearson and Son, Ltd., Contractors for Public Works; Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, Ltd., London and Stafford. Now partner in Oscar Guttmann and Sons, Consulting Chemical Engineers, London. Chief Works: Chemical and explosive works in all parts of Europe and America. Member of Committee, London Section, Society of Chemical Industry and of Chemical Engineering Group; Hon. Treasurer, Chemical Industry Club. Various articles in the leading technical journals. Member of the Junior Army and Navy, and Chemical Industry Clubs. War Services.—Served in Volunteers and Territorial Forces since 1902. Proceeded on active service abroad in September, 1914, with rank of Captain.

GOODWIN, George Abraham, M.Inst.C.E., Wh.Sc., Mechanical Engineer, 4, Lloyd's Avenue, E.C.3. T. N.. (Firm) 6200 Avenue. b. 1854; m. Rosalie Looloo Ellis. Ed. High School. Five years' apprenticeship in General Engineers' Works and Birkbeck Institution. Started with L. Bodmer and Co. and designed patent hydraulic brickmaking and tea compressing machinery. Then with J. and E. Hall, refrigerator makers, as Outdoor Manager in charge of the first installation of Cold Storage Chambers at the London and St. Katharine Docks; Chief Assistant to Sir John Fowler, Bart., and Sir Benjamin Baker, where he had chief charge of all the work sent out to the New South Wales Government, which included railway rolling stock, rails, railway and road bridges, large span roofs, Cockatoo Island dry dock with all plant and machinery. Commenced about thirty years ago as a Consulting Engineer and acted for the Smyrna and Cassaba Railway Co.; fitted out the S.S. "Selembria " with cold storage chambers and machinery, which was then the largest plant afloat; Supervising Engineer for Foreign and Colonial Corporations, Municipalities and Industrial Companies. Had charge of the manufacture of the Rand Boards Zwartskoppj e Water Works plant, capable of raising 5oo,000 gallons of water goo ft. high per day. Joined Ronald Trist and Co., Ltd., in 1914 as Engineering Manager. Past President Society of Engineers. Publications: Presidential address, 1894; the relative merits of working Hoisting Machinery by Hydraulics, Steam and Electricity, read at the Chicago Exhibition.

GOODWIN, Sir George G., K.C.B., Engr., Vice-Admiral, Engr.-in-Chief, Admiralty; Pres., Inst. of Metals; Vice-Pres., Inst. of Naval Archs. Address: Tarana, The Ridgway, Sutton, Surrey.

GOODWIN, Singleton B.A.I. (Dubl.), M.Inst.C.E., County Surveyor, Tralee, Co. Kerry.

GOODYER, Thomas Boyce, O.B.E., A.M.I.E.E., Tramways Manager, Croydon Corporation Tramways; b. 1865; s. of Richard Boyce Goodyer. Ed. Royal High School, Edinburgh. Club: Constitu. tional, Northumberland Av., W.C.2. Address: Tramways Offices, Thornton Heath. T. A.: " Goodyer, c /o Tramways, Croydon." T. N.: Croydon 406 (two lines).

GORDON, Albert, M.A.I. (Dubl.), M.Inst. C.E. (former Member of Council), Gt. S. and W. Railway, Inchicore, Dublin.

GORDON, Frederick Felix, M.I. and S.I., Metallurgist; Director, Spear and Jackson, Ltd.; b. 1887. Ed. Sheffield Secondary School Training: Sheffield University. Chief Chemist, W. 1. Beesley and Co., Ltd., Sheffield; Chief Chemist, Steel Maker and Head of Research Labs., Spear and Jackson, Ltd., Sheffield; Member of Sheffield Engrs. and Metallurgists, and Sheffield Metallurgical Chemists. Address: Osgathorpe House, Pitsmoor, Sheffield. T. N.: Central 1474.

GORDON, George F. C., M.A., Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Associate I.E.E., Mechanical Engineer, Whittlesford, near Cambridge, and Engineering Laboratory, Cambridge; b. 1876; s. of James Gordon of Liverpool; m. Elsie, eldest d. of Andrew Walker of Glasgow. Ed. Cheltenham College; Trinity College, Cambridge. Graduated in Science, 1893, and Engineering, 1899. Apprenticed to Nielson, Reid and Co., Glasgow. Then worked in Locomotive Department, Highland Railway. Assistant Locomotive Superintendent, East Indian Railway, 1903-7. In 1908 joined Engineering Departmental Staff in Cambridge University; Demonstrator in Engineering; also Engineer in charge of all University buildings. War Services.—Two years Assistant Inspector of Munition Areas, Ministry of Munitions, then transferred to War Office as Technical Assistant to Chief Mechanical Engineer till end of 1918.

GORDON, Hugh Septimus, M.Inst.M.M., F.G.S., Min. Engr.; General Manager, Monazite Products Co., Ltd.; b. 1879; s. of Rev. H. D. Gordon. Ed. Marlborough. Training: Camborne School of Mines. Address: io, Nevill Court, London, E.C.4.

GOSLIN, Ernest T., J.P., M.I.E.E., M.Amer, I.E.E., Gen. Man., Clyde Valley Elec. Power Co., 53, Bothwell Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Valley, Glasgow." T. N.: 2035 Central.

GOTHARD, Bernard Watkins, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Electricity Works, North Camp, South Farnborough. T. A.: "Water, Aldershot." T. N.: 73 North Camp; 305 Aldershot. b. 1885. Ed. at Chesterfield and Clay Cross Science Schools; at Hull and Birmingham Technical Colleges; with Vickers, Ltd., Dover, and Portsmouth Electricity Works. Chief Assistant Engineer at Taunton Electricity Works; Managing Engineer and Secretary to Minehead Electric Supply Co., Ltd. At present Chief Electrical Engineer to Aldershot Gas, Water and District Lighting Co. Chief Works: Extended Electricity Supply to Dunster, Som. Designed and carried out scheme for Electricity Supply to Farnborough (Hants). War Services.—Munition Service. In charge of electrical plant at Aldershot Gas Works on manufacture of explosives.

GOUDIE, Robert, J.P., M.I.Mech.E., Director of London Brothers, Ltd., Glasgow and Johnstone; b. 1875; s. of Robert Goudie. Ed. Loretto, near Edinburgh. Training: Glasgow. App. with North 57 British Loco. Co., Ltd. Club: Conservative, Glasgow. Address: Tandlehill, Milliken Park, Renfrewshire. T. A.: " Achilles, Glasgow." T. N.: 7553 Central; 26 Johnstone.

GOULDEN, Charles Herbert, Captain R.E., M.C., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, 5. Cheniston Gardens, Kensington, W.8; b. 1889. Ed. King's School, Canterbury; City and Guilds of London Engineering College, Finsbury; pupil to Belliss and Morcom, Engineers, Birmingham. Assistant Engineer to Belliss and Morcom. 1912-14, Assistant Consulting Engineer in South Wales on Colliery and Industrial Works. From 1917 to date, Staff Captain, War Office. General Staff, Mechanical Engineering Section of Inland Waterways and Docks Branch, Directorate of Movements. War Services.—September, 1914—Public Schools Brigade, Royal Fusiliers. November, 1914—Commissioned in Royal Artillery. February, 1915— Joined B.E.F., France. December, 1915—Seriously wounded at Ypres. Promoted Lieutenant, 1916; awarded Military Cross; mentioned in dispatches. Promoted Captain, 1917. Mentioned in W.O. dispatches again in 1919, for work in connection with the Equipment of Ports.

GOULDEN, Thomas, M.Inst.C.E., Pres. (1920-21) Inst. Gas E., Chief Engr., Gas Light and Coke Co., Horseferry Road, S.W.'.

GOWAN, Arthur B., M.I.N.A., M.I. and S.I., V.-Pres. N.E.C. Inst., M.I.E.S.' Shipbuilder; Man. Dir., Palmer's Shipbuilding and Iron Co., Ltd.; Dir. of Palmer's Hebburn Co., Ltd.; Palmer's Housing Co., Ltd. (Chairman); Amble Shipbuilding and Iron Co., Ltd.; Grinkle Park Mining Co.,. Ltd. (Chairman); Ransome Machinery Co. (1920),Ltd.; South Pelaw Colliery, Ltd.; Red Rose Land Estate, Ltd.; Hebburn Transport Co., Ltd. (Chairman); b. 1862. Shipbuilding Career: J. Elder and Co. (Drawing Office); J. Reid and Co. (Chief Draughtsmen); Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Yard Man.); Naval Construction and Armaments Co. (Man.); London and Glasgow Engineering and Iron and Steel Co. (Gen. Man.). Clubs: Constitutional Club, London; Union, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Address: 7, Brandling. Park, Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. N.: 147 City.

GOWLAND, William, Prof. (Emeritus) of Metallurgy in the Royal School of Mines, F.R.S., A.R.S.M., F.I.C. (P.-Pres.), M.Inst.Met. (P.-Pres.), M.Inst.M.M. Awarded Inst. Gold Medal (1909). Author of " The Metallurgy of the Non-Ferrous Metals." Address: 13, Russell Road, Kensington, London, W.14.

GRACIE, Sir Alexander, K.B.E., M.V.O., M.I.N.A., M.Inst.Met., M.Inst.C.E., Chairman and Man. Dir., Fairfield Shipbuilding Co. Address: 9, Montgomcrie Crescent, Glasgow, W.

GRAHAM, A. I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., etc., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, c, 0 Marshall Sons and Co. (India), Ltd., Marshall Bdgs., Bombay. Ed. Royal Naval School and Oxford Military College. Engineering training with Crompton and Co., Ltd., Chelmsford; and Easton and Bessemer, Ltd., Taunton; also at University College, London. For some years with Crompton and Co., Ltd., as Branch Manager and Engineer; subsequently Engineer and Manager to Thermit, Limited, London, and Contracts Manager, Summerscales, Ltd., Keighley and London. War Services.— Served with Colonel Crompton, C.B., in the Boer War, 1900-I.

GRAHAM, Arthur John Wood, O.B.E., M.I. Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer, 16, Grosvenor Terrace, Coniscliffe Road, Darlington; s. of the late Ralph Graham of Stockton-on-Tees. Received training with Robt. Roger, General Engineer, Stockton-on-Tees, and Westgarth English, Marine Engineers, of Middlesbrough. For many years with Robey and Co., Ltd., of Lincoln. Responsible for the designing and construction of numerous Colliery plants such as Steam and Electric Winding Engines, Air Compressors, Uniflow Steam Engines, etc. War Services.—Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, early in 1915, and subsequently had charge of Gun Ammunition Inspection Department under the Ministry of Munitions in the North-East Area. Title: I.M.A., Newcastle-on-Tyne.

GRAHAM, Charles Knott, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.I.E., late I.M.A., W.T.D., Cons. Engr.; Inventor; Director, Brown and Barlow, Ltd.; b. 1861; s. of Walter Knott Graham, Esq., J.P. Ed. Blackheath Proprietary School and Lycee d'Orleans. Training: Pope's Works, Taganrog. Career: Established Eng. Works of Graham and Co., Rostoff -on-Don, 1881-94; Cons. Engr. to British Uralite Co.; InSpector Munitions Areas, Glasgow and Birmingham. Freeman of City of London; Liveryman, Merchant Taylor's Co. Clubs: Royal Automobile, Tooting Bec Golf, A.A. and C.T.C., Barnes Sports. Address: " Aiuta," 9, Kitson Road, Barnes, S.W.13.

GRAHAM, Ernest, Lieut.-Colonel, R.E., M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer, c/o G. P. Graham, Ashington, Northumberland; b. 1883; s. of late T. D. Graham, Hackthorpe Hall, Penrith. Ed. Chatsworth School, Carlisle. Pupil with the North Eastern Railway Co., 1900-4. Assistant Engineer, Great Northern Railway Co., 1906-11; and Outdoor Assistant to Carriage and Wagon Superintendent of the same railway, 1911-12; Chief Assistant, Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Superintendent, Great Western of Brazil Railway Co., 1912-14; and Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Superintendent, I 914-15. At present Head of Allied Railway Mission to Poland and Baltic Provinces. War Services.— Joined Royal Flying Corps as 2nd Lieutenant; Captain, Royal Flying Corps, 1917; Major, Royal Air Force, 1918; Lieut.-Colonel, Royal Engineers, 1919.

GRAHAM, Jack Curtiss, M.I.Mech.E., Govt. Mar. Engr. and Surveyor; b. 1886. Ed. French and German College, Clapham, and Dr. Bender's Inst., Weinheim, Germany; Evening Classes, Regent St. Polytechnic, and Royal Tech. College, Glasgow. App. to John I. Thornicroft and Co., Ltd., Chiswick; since in Repair Shops of the Cunard S.S. Co., Ltd.; Engr. in various ships of the Blue Funnel Line; in Machine Gun Section, P.S. Battalion, R.N.D.; Engr.-Lt., R.N. (temp.), in various ships; Engr.-Lt. Instructor, R.N. College, Osborne; joined the B.N. Borneo Govt. Service, Feb., 1919. Address: Sandakan, B.N. Borneo.

GRAHAM, Joshua, M.I.Mar.E., M.I.N.A., Engr. and Ship Surveyor, Marine Dept., B.O.T., since 1907; b. 1875; s. of W. Graham. Ed. Christ Church School, Carlisle. Training: Carlisle Tech. School South Kensington Sc. and Art Certificates for Applied Mechanics, Machine Construction, Drawing, etc., Adv. Stage. Career: With Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Carlisle; Barclay, Curle and Co., Glasgow; on Staff of British India Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., Calcutta, and National Boiler and General Insurance Co., Ltd., Manchester. Club: Broughton Ferry. Address: B.O.T. Surveyor's Office, Dundee. T. N.: Dundee 2500.

GRAHAM, The Marquis of, C.B., C.V.O., A.D.C., D.L., Shipbuilding Engineer, c/o William Beardmore and Co., Parkhead Forge, Glasgow. T. A.: " Beardmore, Glasgow." b. 1878. Ed. Eton. Experimental work with Marine Gas Engines and Semi-Diesel Engines. Assistant Private Secretary, Chancellor of the Exchequer. President, British Institution of Marine Engineers, 1911-12; President Junior Institution of Engineers, 1914-16; Assoc. Vice-President, Institution of Naval Architects; Chairman, Engineering Committee, Admiralty Board of Inventions and Research, 1914 -15; Director, William Beardmore and Co., Glasgow. Contributions to various journals and papers. Member of the Carlton Club, London, S.W. War Services.—Competent Naval Authority, Clyde Area; Coast Patrol, South-West Scotland; Naval Recruiting Officer, Scotland, R.N.V.R. and Coast Guard Service.

GRAHAM, Robert, M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer (principally Sugar and Agriculture), Ponce, Porto Rico. T. A.: " Graham, Ponce." b. 1840; m. in Porto Rico, to grand-d. of Professor Spence of Edinburgh. Ed. Public school, Glasgow. Commenced Professional Training with John Bourne and Co., Glasgow and Greenock. Finished with A. and W. Smith, Glasgow. Sent by A. and W. McOnie of Glasgow in 186o to Porto Rico to take charge of machinery in three sugar factories. Has represented for some forty years Manlove, Alliott and Co., Ltd., of Nottingham. Chief Works: Erection of several sugar factories in Porto Rico and San Domingo.

GRAHAM, William Vaux, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.Cons.E. (Member of Committee), Cons. Civil and Water Engr., 5, Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, S.W.I. T. A.: " Grallator, London." T. N.: Victoria 556.

GRAHAM-SMITH, Cyril, O.B.E. (M.Div.), A.C.G.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., I.E.S., Civil and Mechanical Engineer, College of Engineering, Poona, India; b. 1882; m. Isabel Mountain, September 24, 1908. Ed. St. Dunstan's, Catford, England. 1898-1903 —Imperial College of Science and Technology (Central Technical College), Kensington, London. 1900-2Served in South Africa during the Boer War in the Electrical Engineers (Royal Engineers). 1903-1 I— Assistant Engineer on the Bengal and North Western Railway, India. 1911—Resident Engineer on the same railway. 1915—Resigned Railway Service and appointed District Engineer of Saran, Bihar and TC Orissa, India. 1916—Professor of Engineering in the College of Engineering, Poona, in the Indian Educational Service. Chief Works: 1903-8—On the construction of the Mansi-Bhaptiahi Extension of the Tirhut State Railway worked by the Bengal and North Western Railway. 1908-11—On the construction of the Manjhi Ghat Bridge, 18 spans of 200 ft. girders across the Gogra, a tributary of the Ganges. 1911-12—On the construction of the Bagaha Bridge, 15 spans of 150 ft. girders across the Gandak, a tributary of the Ganges. Positions Held: 1917— Hon. Treasurer and Member of Committee, Bombay Engineering Congress. 1918—Made a Fellow of the University of Bombay. 1919—Member of the Organizing Committee of the Institution of Engineers (India). War Services.-1916—Ammunition Testing for the Inspector of Munitions, Bombay. 1917 (March 10)— Commissioned as Staff Captain on the Special Service List, and April 1, promoted Major, and in July, 1919, Lieut.-Colonel. Commanded a Defence Force Unit in India. Awarded O.B.E. on October 24,1919, for War Services.

GRANT, Allan John, M.I.N.A., F.R.Met.S., Wh. Ex., Director, John Brown and Co., Ltd.; b. 1875; s. of Alexander Allan Grant. Ed. Cheltenham College Training: Liverpool University. App. Laird Brothers, Birkenhead, 1892-7; on Staff till 1903; Gen. Man., Chadburn's (Ship) Telegraph Co., Ltd., Liverpool, 1903-4; Asst. to Directors, John Brown and Co., Ltd., Atlas Works, Sheffield, 1911-15; then Director; also Director, Trent Ironworks, Carnforth Hematite Iron Co., Ltd., Craven's Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Ltd. Club: Union, Trafalgar Square, S.W. Address Sharrow Hill House, Sheffield. T. N.: 2021 Central, Sheffield.

GRANT, C. F., Chief Supt. Engr. to The Clan Line Steamers, Ltd., 2, St. Mary Axe, E.C.3.

GRANT, Donald Ernest, Capt., M.I. and S.I., Gen. Man. of Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., interests in Canada and the United States; b. 1884; s. of Joseph James Grant of Walbottle, Northumberland. Ed. and Trained: Rutherford College and Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne. App. at John Spencer and Sons, Newburn Steelworks, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Steelworks Engr., Cammell, Laird and Co., Penistone, 1913; with Riley, Hargreaves, Singapore, and while in the Army built a light railway from El Ferdar into desert; appointed to M. of M. on Gun Repair under Sir Glynn West; afterwards Director of Forgings, Castings and Stampings for Gun and Howitzer Equipments. Club: St. Stephen's, Westminster. Address: 8, Great George Street, S.W. T. N.: Vict. 4010.

GRANT, Percy, M.I.Mech.E., Special Director, Vickers, Ltd.; London Representative of River Don Works; Director of Percy Grant and Co., Ltd.; b. 1867; s. of John Miller Grant. Ed. Royal Academy, Gosport. Training: South-Eastern Railway Co.'s Works, Ashford. Joined the Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Dept. of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway, 1889; remained with Co. for i8/ years; filled posts of Chief Draughtsman, Asst. Locomotive Carriage and Wagon Supt. and Acting Chief Mech. Engr.; from 1906-17, Man. Dir., Percy Grant and Co., Ltd., Buenos Ayres. Clubs: St. Stephen's, Ranelagh and Argentine. Address: 5, Harcourt House, Cavendish Square, W.1. T. Ne: Mayfair 92.

GRANT-DALTON, Malcolm, M.Inst.C.E., F.R.S.A., Civil Engineer, Downlands Sway, Brockenhurst, S.O.; b. 1855; fifth s. of late D. F. GrantDalton of Shanks House, Wincanton, Somerset. Ed. Marlborough College. Pupil of late Sir William Shelford. Resident Engineer—Louth and Mablethorpe Railway; Manx Northern Railway; Hull and Barnsley Railway (Hull Section); Lulea and Gellivara Railway, North Sweden Surveys and Location, Argentine Transandine, 1887-1903, also General Manager, 1893-1903; Consulting Engineer for location of Chilean Transandine at various dates, for location surveys, etc. War Services.—Munition work; met with bad accident on same, December, 1917, since crippled.

GRAVELL, John, Member of Council, Inst. of Naval Archs., M.N.E.C.Inst., Mar. Engr. and Shipbuilding; Chief Representative of Bureau Veritas for United Kingdom; b. 1855. Ed. Trieste and Gorizia. Training: Strudhoff and Lloyds, Triestino; St. Rocco, Muggia Istria and St. Andrea, Trieste; John Stewart and Co., Blackwall; Yarrow and Headley, Blackwall. Address: Bureau Veritas, 155, Fenchurch Street, E.C.

GRAVES SMITH, Tom, M.I.Mech.E., F.R. S.A., Mech. Engr.; b. 186o; s. of James Smith, of Willingham, Cambs. Ed. Bishop's Stortford College Articled to Fielding and Platt, Gloucester; Man. Dir. Dudbridge Ironworks, Ltd., Stroud, 1893-1921. Publ.: Revised the fifth edition of Donkin's " Text Book on Gas, Oil and Air Engines," several chapters being re-written. Address: " Aldreth," Stonehouse, Gloucestershire.

GRAY, Andrew, M.B.E.,. Hon. Member of Council, Iron and Steel Inst., Annieslea, Flemington, Motherwell.

GRAY, Andrew, M.I.E.E., M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engr., Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.

GRAY, James, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.N.A., Supt. Engr., Union Castle Mail Steamship Co., Ltd., Orchard House, Blackwall, E.14.

GRAY-MORTON, Thomas Morton, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.A.E., A.F.Aer.Inst., M.I.E.S., F.R.S.A., Cons. Engr., Civil and Mechanical. T. A.: " Gray-Morton, Bothwell." T. N.: Bothwell 61. Ed. Private School, Dundee High School, Tech. College, Glasgow. Training: With R. G. Morton, Engrs., Errol, near Dundee; Duncan Stewart and Co., Ltd., Glasgow, and others. Four years sea-going Engr.; thereafter Foreman in Mar. Eng. Works, then Man. in Eng., Shipbuilding and Elec. Works in Gt. Britain and the • Colonies; afterwards Cons. Engr. and Partner with R. G. Morton, Errol; 1912 joined Major R. R. Mellor, in forming " Belhaven Ltd."; Man. Dir. until 1921, when he retired to resume business as Cons. Engr. Club: Conservative, Glasgow. Address: 2, Hamilton Drive, Bothwell, Lanarkshire.

GRAYSTOCK, Albert, M.I.Mech.E., Chief Engr., Birchenwood Colleries, Kidsgrove, Stoke-onTrent.

GRAZEBROOK, A. W., Min. Engr., Old Park, Dudley, Worcs.

GREATOREX, A. D., M.Inst.C.E., Borough Engr. and Surveyor, West Bromwich Corporation Tramways.

GREAVES, Percy C., Min. Engr., 69, Westgate, Wakefield.

GREAVES, Richard Hathorn, M.Inst.M.M., Min. Engr.; Controller, Dept. of Mines, Egyptian Government; b. 1875. Ed. Camborne School of Mines. Club: Royal Societies. Address: Gizira, Cairo. T. N.: Dom, Cairo.

GREAVES, Richard Henry, M.Sc. (Wales), Research Department, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, S.E.18.

GREEN, Engr. Rear-Admiral Sir Donald Percy, K.C.M.G., C.B., R.N., M.I.Mar.E., M.I. Mech.E., M.I.N.A., Minst.Met., 64, Kenilworth Court, Putney, S.W.15.

GREEN, Sir Edward, 1st Bt., cr. 1886, D.L., J.P., M.P. Wakefield 1874, 1885-92, M.I.Mech. E., M.I. and S.I., Head of E. Green and Son, Ltd.; Director of L. and Y. Railway; b. Wakefield, 1831; s. of Edward Green, Wakefield; m. Mary (d. 1902), d. of W. E. Lycett; two s. Clubs: Carlton, Marlborough. Address: Treasurer's House, York; Ken Hill, Snettisham, Norfolk.

GREEN, Frederick Michael, O.B.E., M.Inst. C.E., F.R.Ae.S., M.I.A.E., Aeronautical and Internal Combustion Engr.; Chief Engr., Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft Co.; b. 1882; s. of Michael A. Green. Ed. St. Paul's School, Kensington. Training: City and Guilds Tech. College, Finsbury. Career: Engr.-in-charge of Design at Royal Aircraft Factory during War; responsible for design of large numbers of Aeroplanes and Engines and. Aeroplanes which were used in large numbers during the War; Designer of Aeroplanes and Engines made and in construction by Armstrong Siddely Motor Co., at Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft Co. Clubs: R.A.C.R., Aero, Drapers', Coventry. Address: 26, Upper Hamilton Terrace, N.W.8. T. N.: Hampstead 226.

GREEN, George, M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Borough Engr. and Surveyor of Wolverhampton; Director of Housing and Architect to the South Staffordshire Smallpox Hospital Bd.; b. 1861; s. of George Henry Green, of Wakefield. Ed. Wakefield Grammar School Training: Nottingham University. Career: In the Civil Engr.'s Offices, Wakefield, Nottingham and Islington; Surveyor,St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster, until 1901, when he received the above appointment; constructed the Tramways, the first Surface Contact System in this country, the Electric Light Station, Markets, Baths, Smallpox Hospital, and other Municipal Undertakings. Club: The Constitutional, Northumberland Avenue. Address: " Sweyney Cliff," Coalport, Salop, and " Graisely," Wolverhampton. T. A.: " Town Hall, Wolverhampton." T. N.: 88.

GREEN, Henry M.I.Mech.E., Supt., Lloyd's Proving House, Netherton, Dudley.

GREEN, John Singleton, M.Inst.C.E.I., M.I.Mech.E., F.G.S Borough and Water Engr., Hvthe, Kent.

GREEN, W. Arnold, M.A.,B.Sc.,Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., M.C.I., Structural Engineer, 3, King's Avenue, Ealing, W.5; also c/o The Trussed Concrete Steel Co., Ltd., 22, Cranley Gardens, S.W.Q. T. N.: Kensington 1049. b. 1883; s. of R. Crafton and E. E. Green, Newport, Essex; m. 1913, Frances Haig, d. of Dr. J. F. J. Sykes and J. Sykes. Ed. 189r, Friends' School, Saffron Walden; 1898, Madras College, St. Andrews; 19z o, United College, St. Andrews; won Spence Bursary, Ramsay Post-Graduate Scholarship, Berry Post-Graduate Scholarship and Honours (with Medals and Prizes) in all Science Classes; graduated M.A. in 1905, First Class Honours; won Scholarship Jesus College, Oxford, chose University College, Dundee; Prizeman in Chemistry, Medallist in Engineering; lectured to Honours Classes in Mathematics, assisted Professor in Engineering research; graduated B.Sc. Engineering in 1907; entered Drawing Office of St. Pancras Ironwork Co., Ltd., London; 1908, transferred to Head Office; 1910, appointed Head of Drawing Office; 1912, appointed Manager of Works and. Foundry, engaged in structural ' works, roofs, bridges, switchboard galleries, steel and iron staircases, etc.; 1913, Assistant Engineer to R. A. Skelton and Co., engaged mainly in the production of their Handbook No. 16, " Structural Steel," published July, 1915; 1918, joined the Trussed Concrete Steel Co., Ltd., as Designing Engineer; 1916, elected Member of Council of the Concrete Institute.

GREENE, F. A., M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., etc., Cons. Engr., 1o6, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Fagreeneer, Cannon, London." T. N.: City 5805. Ed. Merchant Taylors School, King's College (Eng. Dept.), Jelf Medal; pupil to Henry Greene and Co. After starting in practice for himself has acted as Engineer to firms and companies engaged in mechanical road transport; manufacture of paper, gas, electricity, water, chemicals, pottery, leather, printing and glass. Clubs: Royal Societies; Chemical Industry. War Services.-1914-18—Designed and erected factories for the manufacture of explosives, and was Engineering Superintendent of a number of these. Visited France in connection therewith.

GREENER, Thos. Young, Vice-Pres. I.Min.E., Min. Engr., Urpeth Lodge, Beamish, Co. Durham.

GREENFIELD, Thomas Challen, Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Assoc.M.I.Water E., Civil Engineer, Blaen-y-Cwm Reservoir, Beaufort, Brecon; b. 1893 s. of the late Emeritus Professor W. S. Greenfield, M.D. Ed. Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh; Edinburgh University, B.Sc. in Civil Engineering, 191.4. Pupilage with Sir Alex. Binnie, Son and Deacon, Westminster. Resident Engineer, Blaen-y-Cwm Reservoir, for the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Co., Ltd., 1918 to present date. War Services.—Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, gazetted, December, 1914; wounded, November, 1915; relinquished commission, April, 1917, owing to wounds received.

GREENIP, Thomas M., M.I.N.A., Supt. Mar. Engr., Manchester Liners, Ltd., Manchester.

GREENWELL, Allan, Assoc.M.Inst.0.E F.G.S., F.S.S., M.I.Min.E., M.S.Wales Inst.E., Hon. M.Min. and Geol. I.Ind M.Can.lnst.M.M., Min. and Civil Engr.; b. 1860; s. of late G. C. Greenwell, M.Inst.C.E.. F.G.S. Ed. Malvern College Publ. (Joint Author) "Rural Water Supply, Construction of Roads and Streets," Articles on Mining in " Encyc. Brit. Year Book," etc. Clubs: St. Stephen's. Address: 95, St. George's Square, S.W.'. T. N.: Vic., 2232.

GREENWOOD, Charles, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M.and.Cy.E., City Engr. and Surveyor, Chester; b. 1889. Ed. Todmorden Secondary School Training: Municipal School of Technology, Manchester; Boro' Engr.'s Dept., Todmorden. Distinctions Gained: King's Prize, Applied Mechanics. Career: Works carried out include Sewage Disposal Works, Sewerage Scheme, and Hospitals at Todmorden; Culverting River, Tuberculosis Hospital, Housing Schemes, and Extensive Roads, St. Helens. Address: Town Hall, Chester. T. N.: 77o Chester.

GREENWOOD, John Neill, M.Sc., M.Inst. Met., F.R.S.A., Metallurgist, 227, Garden Village, Stocksbridge, near Sheffield. Ed. St. Helen's Tech. School, and Victoria University, Manchester. 19c 8I2—Chemist, United Alkali Co. 1912-13—Assayer, Quirk, Barton and Burns (St. Helen's), Ltd., lead smelters. 1913-16—Victoria University, first class honours in Metallurgy, Fuel and Electro Technics. 1916-18—Chief Assistant in Research Department of Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., Openshaw; researches on quality, efficiency and defects in tool steels, and press forging nickel chrome steels. 1919—Chief of Research Department, Saml. Fox and Co., Ltd., Stocksbridge, near Sheffield. Member of Iron and Steel Institute, and Faraday Society. Papers: Institution of Metals—" Al-Cu Alloys "; Faraday Society—" Optical Pyrometry in Steelworks Practice "; Iron and Steel Institution— " Nickel Chrome Forgings "; Staffordshire Iron and Steel Institution—" Hot Flow of Steel."

GREGORY, Arthur L., Fl.-Lt., Tech. Officer, R.A.F., Instrument Design Establishment, R.A.F., Biggin Hill.

GREGORY, John, M.B.E., M.I.Min.E. (Member of Council), Min. Engr., Sneyd Colliery, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.

GREGORY, J. P., M.I.E.E., A.Amer.I.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer,c/o The British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby. T. A.: " Gregory, Asteroidal." T. N.: 286 Rugby. Private Address: 45, Binswood Avenue, Leamington Spa. b. 1876; m. A. M. Thackweil, of Dymmock, Gloster. Ed. Oswestry, Central Technical College, London. Apprenticed to Marine Engineering. With Ferranti, Ltd.; American General Electric Co.; The British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby, as Manager of the Contract Department. Member of Rugby Club, Rugby; Eccentric Club, London. War Services.—Munitions of war.

GREIG, Alexander Rodger, B.A.(Sc.), I.C., Prof. Mech. Eng., University of Saskatchewan; b. 1872; s. of William Greig. Ed. Montreal. Training: McGill University. Career: Chief Draughtsman, Canada Atlantic Railway, Ottawa, and Canadian Northern Railway, Mech. Dept., Winnipeg; Prof. Agricultural Engr., Manitoba Agricultural College, Winnipeg, 1906-9; Prof. Agricultural and Mech. Eng.; also Supt. of Bdgs., University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, since 1909. Publ.: io Bulletins •6r on Farm Buildings. Address: University, Saskatoon, Canada. T. A.: " Saskatoon." T. N.: 4456-9130.

GREIG, Edward Cockburn, M.I. and Steel Works Management, c/o Frodingham Steel Works, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire. T. A.: " Scunthorpe." T. N.: 131 P.O. b. 1877. Ed. Glasgow, Hillhead High School, Glasgow University, and Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. Analytical Chemist at the Wishaw works of the Glasgow Iron and Steel Co., Ltd.; in the laboratory of the Frodingham Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., 1898, assisting in the development of the company's steelworks plant. Now Works Manager to the company. Member of Council, Lincolnshire Iron and Steel Institute.

GRENFELL, Wing-Comdr. Geo. P., D.S.O., R.A.F., Officer Commanding Instrument Design Establishment, Royal Air Force, Biggin Hill.

GRESLEY, Herbert Nigel, M.I.E.E., M.I. Mech.E., Locomotive Engineer, Great Northern Railway, Doncaster. T. A.: "Locomotive." 7'. N.: 44 b. 1876; s. of the late Rev. Nigel Gresley, of Netherseal, Leicestershire. Ed. Marlborough College. Five years premium apprentice, Crewe Works, L. and N.W. Railway; one year pupil of Sir John A. F. Aspinall, Horwich, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. After having held minor appointments in the Locomotive and Carriage and Wagon Department, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, was appointed in 1902, Works Manager, at Newton Heath Carriage and Wagon Works, L. and Y. Railway, and Assistant Carriage and Wagon Superintendent in 1904. In 1905 was appointed Carriage and Wagon Superintendent of the Great Northern Railway at Doncaster. In 1911 was appointed Locomotive Engineer of the Great Northern Railway. First Chairman of Leeds Centre of the Institution of Locomotive Engineers. War Services.—Was engaged during the war in the manufacture, at Doncaster, of shells, cartridges, and parts of guns, etc., for the Ministry of Munitions.

GREY, Charles Grey, Editor " The Aeroplane " and " Aeronautical Engineering "; b. 1875; s. of Charles Grey Grey, of Dilston Hall, Northumberland. Ed. Dublin, and The Crystal Palace Eng. School Training: The Coventry Machinists Co., Ltd. Career: Joined Iliffe and Sons, Ltd., Coventry; concerned with the " Cycle and Motor Trades Review," " The Autocar," and " Motor Traction "; founded " The Aero," 1909, and " The Aeroplane," 1911. Club: Royal Aero. Address: 175, Piccadilly, W.I. T. A.: " Aileron, Piccy, London." 7'. N.: Gerrard, 5407

GRIERSON, John, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., 2, Beech Grove, Barnsley. 7'. A.: " Ceag, Barnsley." T. N.: 208 and 231 Barnsley. b. 1882; s. of the late James Grierson, of Liverpool; m. Ellinor Harding, d. of Herbert Harding of Liverpool. Five years' apprenticeship to C. and A. Musker, Ltd., Liverpool, in shops and drawing office. With Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Ltd.; Jessop and Appleby Brothers; Manager to Adamson, Ramsbottom and Co., Ltd., Birkenhead; General Manager to Gallie Brothers, Birkenhead, and General Manager to the " Ceag " Miners' Supply Co., Ltd., Barnsley. War Services.—Lieutenant, R.N.V.R., attached to H.M.S. Vernon. In charge of manufacture for a department of the Admiralty.

GRIERSON, Ronald, A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I. Mech.E., M.Amer.S.H.V.E., Electrical, Mechanical, Heating and Ventilating Engineer, " Portsdown," Milman Road, Brondesbury, London, N.W.6. T. N.: Willesden 2880. b. 1886. Ed. University of Birmingham. Publications: " Some Modern Methods of Ventilation." War Services.-1914-8—Maj or, Royal Engineers, commanded 356th Electrical and Mechanical Coy., R.E.; Technical Adviser, D.D. Works, L. of C., France.

GRIERSON, William Wylie, C.B.E., M.Inst. C.E. (Member of Council, 1918), Chief Engr., G.W.Rly.Co., since 1904. Addresses: 38, Hyde Park Gate, S.W.; Southcroft, Seaford, Sussex.

GRIEVE, James Henry, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., F.R.G.S., Irrigation Engineer, Cupola House, Hayling Island, Hants. T. N.: 71 Hayling. b. 1875. Ed. Fettes College and Heriot-Watt Technical College, Edinburgh, Glasgow University, B.Sc. 1897-8—with private companies: Egypt, land reclamation and constructional works. 18991903—With P.W.D.: Egypt, construction, repair and maintenance of works, supervision of irrigation systems. 1904-14—With P.W.D.: Sudan, reconnaissance surveys, preparation of irrigation projects, supervision of execution of works. Director of Works, Egyptian P.W.D. Order of Midjidie, third class. Chief Works: Locks of Nile Weirs below Delta Barrage; Behera Head Regulator reconstruction; Gash irrigation project, Kassala Province; basin irrigation systems, Dongola Province; preiminary works, Sennar Dam. Publications: Sundry articles in " Blackwood's Magazine"; professional reports. War Services.—Inns of Court O.T.C., December, 1914; commissioned in R.A.O.C., February, 1915; Captain, November, 1915; Major, November, 1917; Lieut.-Colonel, May, 1918. Served in Gallipoli, Egypt, France, Italy; wounded; M.C.; twice mentioned in Dispatches.

GRIFFITH, Sir John Purser, M.A.I., M.R.I.A., M.Inst.C.E., formerly Engineer of the Dublin Port and Docks Board, Rathmines Castle, Rathmines, Dublin. T. N.: Rathmines 290. Ed. Dr. Bigg's School, Devizes; Fulneck School, near Leeds; Trinity College, Dublin; Engineering School. Assistant Surveyor, County Antrim, 1870; Assistant Engineer, Dublin Port and Docks Board, 1871-98; Chief Engineer, 1898-1913; Member of Royal Commission on Canals and Waterways, 1906-II; Elected Commissioner of Irish Lights, 1913. Chairman, Irish Peat Enquiry Committee; Chairman, SubCommittee on the Water Power Resources of Ireland; President, Institution of Civil Engineers, 1919-2o. War Services.—Chairman of the Dublin Dockyard, War Munitions Company.

GRIFFITH, Percy, Minst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., F.R. S an. I., F.G.S., M. I.Water E., Consulting Engineer (Water and Gas), Director, Braintree and Bocking Gas Company, 20, Victoria Street, S.W.'. T. A.: "Coleuga, London." T. N.: Vic. 5913. Ed. Cambridge Local Examinations, King's College Engineering Section, Crystal Palace School of Engineering. Articled pupil, H. Young 62 and Co., Eccleston Ironworks, Pimlico. Assistant Draughtsman, H. Young and Co., Eccleston Ironworks, Pimlico; Assistant, then partner, and ultimately successor to Jabez Church, M.Inst.C.E., consulting engineer. In practice as Consulting Water and Gas Engineer since 1896. Works designed and constructed: Lincoln Corporation Water, Gainsborough U.D.C. Water, Chelmsford Corporation Water, Skegness Water Company, Selby U.D.C. Water, Braintree U. D.C. Water, Cromer Gas Company. Reports and advice to Chepstow Water Company, Llandrindod Wells U.D.C. Water, Howden R.D.C. Water, Cowes U.D.C. Water, Huntingdon and Godmanchester Gas Co., Pontardawe R.D.C. Water, Hastings Corporation (re fall of cliff, etc.), Hornsea U.D.C. Water, and many private clients. Secretary, Institution of Water Engineers, 1899-1920. In Freemasonry—P. M. 2508, P. M. 2913, L. R., P. Z. 2508, P. Z. 2913, P. P. Gd. Superintendent, Works, Essex, P. P. G. J., Essex.

GRIFFITH, Richard Clewin, M.Inst.M.M., Senior Partner in Daniel C. Griffith and Co., Metallurgists and Assayers to the Bank of England; b. 1872; s. of Daniel C. Griffith. Ed. Charterhouse. Training: Royal School of Mines. Career: At Lord Brassey's Works in Pertusola, 1893-4; joined the above firm in 1895. Clubs:, British Empire, and Mining and Metallurgical. Address: 8, Victoria Avenue, Bishopsgate, E.C.2. T. A.: " Gryffydd, London." T. N.: 3000 Central and 2434 City.

GRIFFITHS, Ernest, M.I.Mech.E., M.I. and S.I., M.I.H.V.E., Man. Dir., Dargue, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.; b. 1870; s. of (late) Henry Griffiths, of Griffiths Town, Mon. Ed. Usk Grammar School; Middlesbrough Tech. School; Mason College, Birmingham; and Liverpool University. Received the Hons. Silver Medal, City and Guilds. App. to Wright, Butler and Co., Ltd. (now Baldwins, Ltd.), at Panteg Steel and Eng. Works; Draughtsman, Bolckow, Vaughan and Co., Ltd.; later Asst. Man. of their Bessemer and Basic Bessemer Dept.; Asst. Man., Thomas Astbury and Sons, Smethwick; Founded, in conjunction with late J. A. Dargue, the firm of Dargue, Griffiths and Co., Ltd. Address: Ennerdale, Linden Avenue, Blundelisands, Liverpool. T. N.: 78 Crosby.

GRIFFITHS, Francis Henry, M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst.Met:, Chairman of Directors, Moore Brothers, Ltd., Birmingham; b. 1867; s. of James Griffiths (Inventor). Ed. St. George's Schs., Birmingham. Training: Midland Inst., Birmingham. Career: Converted Machinery Processes from Hand and Foot Power to Mechanical Drives and Processes, including the pearl button industry of Birmingham; Inventions and Processes in Brass, Iron, Steel, and Uses of Residuals, etc.

GRIFFITHS, Harry Denis, Wh.Sc., A.R.S.M., M.Inst.M.M., M.Inst.C.E., Cons. Min. Engr.; b. 1866; s. of John Griffiths. Ed. Dieppe College, France. Training: Science and Arts School, Cardiff; R.S.M., London. Wh. School, A.R.S.M.; Cardiff Gold Medallist and Exhibitioner. Career: Engr., Kimberley Diamond Mfg. Co., S. Af.; Chief Tech. Asst. to S. H. Farrar, M.Inst.C.E., Johannesburg; 9 years Cons. Engr., Geldenhins Est., East Rand Proprietary, East Rand Extension, etc., and Designed and Erected new Crushing and other Plants; Engr., Brayshaw Group, Johannesburg; Min. Man., New Zealand and Rhodesia; Gen. Man., Troush Mines, i6 Ltd., F.M.S.; Mem. of the Federal Council (F.M.S.) 3 years; Late Chairman, Perak Chamber of Mines, etc.; Cons. Engr. to Kanbank Wolfram Mines, Ltd., T.T. Ste., Ltd., etc., Burma; Bucket Dredging for Tin in the F.M.S. Clubs: Sports, M. and M. Address: 63, Merchant Street, Rangoon, Burma. T. A.: " Hargrif."

GRIMKL-DRAYTON, Norman Drayton, B.A.(Cantab.), M.Inst.M.M., M M.Soc.Chem.Ind., Life Member of the Decimal Assoc., Tech. Adviser, Royal Mint Refinery; b. 1888; s. of late T. D. Grimke-Drayton. Ed. Charterhouse and King's College, Cambridge. Training: Cambridge University (Cavendish Lab., Chemical Lab., Metallurgical Lab. and Eng. School). Career Manager, Wigpool Iron Ore Mine, Mitcheldean, Glos.; Tech. Adviser, Royal Mint Refinery, from April 15, 1912, till the present time. Club: Royal Societies. Address: 19, Royal Mint Street, London, E.I. T. N.: Avenue 427r.

GRIMSHAW, Conway Osborne, M.Inst.C.E., Asst. Engr.-in-Chief, Westminster Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; b. 1862; s. of O'Donnell Grimshaw. Ed. Royal Academical Inst., Belfast. Training: Combe, Barbour and Combe, Belfast. Career: In various Eng. Works in U.S.A.; Res. Engr., Crompton and Co., on Tilbury Docks, Barry Docks, and other Contracts; 2 years in India and Burmah on Elec. Work; joined Westminster Electric Supply Corporation, 1890; Res. Engr. in Eccleston Place Station till 1897; became Asst. Engr.-in-Chief to Sir A. B. W. Kennedy; during the War organized the manufacture of Munitions by a large number of Eng. Works in S.W. District of London for the M. of M. Address: Garmoyle, Chobham, Surrey.

GRINSTED, Harold, O.B.E., A.C.G.I., B.Sc. (Lond.) A.F.R.Ae.S.; Controller of Experiments, Royal Aircraft Establishment, S. Farnborough. Training: Central Technical College, S. Kensington. Distinctions gained: B.Sc. 1st Class Hons. Engineering, London, 1909. Address: Fenton, Church Circle, S. Farnborough, Hants.

GRINSTED, William Herbert, A.C.G.I., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 112, Thurlow Park Road, West Dulwich, S.E.; b. 1885. Ed. City and Guilds of London (Engineering) College, 1902-5. Clothworkers Scholar and Siemens Medallist. 1905— '1—Engineer-in-Chiefs Staff, late National Telephone Co. 1911 to date—Chief of Engineering Section, Telephone Department, Siemens Brothers and Co.

GROSE, Stewart J., M.C., B.Sc., A.C.G.I., Electrical Engineer, 57, Wickham Road, Beckenham, Kent; b. 1895; s. of the late R. Grose. Training: City and Guilds (Eng.) College, South Kensington, S.W.7. Since demobilization in February, 1919, has been in charge of spark-plug research work in the Electrical Research Laboratory of the Royal Aircraft Establishment. Club: Royal Automobile. War Services.—Major in the Royal Field Artillery. Served in D Battery, 98th F.A. Bde., in France and Salonika, finally assuming command for twelve months.

GROVE, Frank, O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Glenora, Southbourne, Bournemouth; b. 1864; s. of late Edwin Grove, J.P., D.L., of Monmouthshire. Ed. Abergavenny Grammar School, Rhymney Iron Works, City and Guilds of London ;1 Technical Institute. Assistant Engineer, T. A. Walker, Manchester Ship Canal; Assistant Engineer and Section Engineer for Survey, Bahia Central Railway, Brazil; Executive Engineer, Assam Bengal Railway; Resident Engineer, etc., Great Western Railway Development Co., Tasmania, and for Pauling and Co., Benguella, West Africa, and China; District Engineer, Shanghai-Nanking Railway, China; Engineer-in-Chief, Canton-Kowloon Railway and Nanking-Hunan Railway, China. Chief Engineer of Survey in Persia for Persian Railways Syndicate. Publication: Paper on Canton-Kowloon Railway, Chinese Section, Session 1912-13, Institution of Civil Engineers. Telford Premium. Club: Thatched House. War Services.—Inspector of Munitions in charge of the Manchester area, Ministry of Munitions, 1916-9.

GROVES, Levy John, J.P., Engr. and Manager of the Caledonian and Crinan Canals; b. 1855. Club: Highland, Inverness. Address: Crinan Canal House, Ardrishaig. T. A.: " Canal, Ardrishaig." T. N.: Ardrishaig DD.

GRUBB, Robert Walter, M.A. (Oxon), M.I. E.E., Borough Elec. Engr. and Manager to Dewsbury Corporation; b. 1876; s. of R. J. Grubb, of Oxford. Ed. High School, Oxford; Independent College, Taunton; Oxford University. Training: Birmingham and Wolverhampton Tech. Inst. Formerly Pupil at Works Electric Construction Co., Wolverhampton. Address: Somerville House, Claremont Road, Dewsbury. T. N.. 151.

GRUNWELL, Hartley, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Inspecting, Mechanical and Civil Engineer, Oak Royd Terrace, Manningham, Bradford. T. A.: " Grunwell, Oakroyd Tce., Bradford." Received training in drawing office and works of John Butler and Co., Stanningley Ironworks, near Leeds; gained experience during construction and erection of York Station and other big contracts. Many years in their service, and eventually had supervision of some of their largest contracts through offices, shops and erection, including Darlington Station and Drypool Hydraulic Swing Bridge. Assistant Manager at Goodwin and Co.'s Bridge and Engineering Works, Motherwell; took a leading part in the construction of Clyde Bridge, Dalmarnock; steel dome over the McEwan Hall, Edinburgh University; bridges and structural work on the Cathcart Circle; Lanarkshire and Ayrshire; Glen Farg to Forth Bridge Railways; long spans for India, and a large amount of structural work on the Glasgow Central Underground Railway, etc.; joined Caledonian Railway Executive Engineers' Staff of the Glasgow Central Railway, cutting through some of the busiest streets of Glasgow; superintended construction of structural work and machinery, etc., through mills, works, and erection. Commenced practice in London as engineer and agent; in this capacity made some plans and designs of staging, plant, cranes, etc., for S. Pearson and Son, Ltd., for their newly-acquired National Harbour contract, Dover. Soon afterwards was appointed by them as Chief Mechanical Engineer on their Dover contract; was later transferred to their Chief Office, Westminster, to plan for their extensive Foreign contracts. Became Director and Manager of a Crane Works in his native place. For the last fourteen years has been on his own account as Inspecting Engineer, chiefly employed in the earlier part by S. Pearson and Son, Ltd., and since 1910 by the Port of London Authority, for whom he has carried out the inspection of a wide variety of structural, mechanical, electrical and general engineering work, engines, boilers, locomotives, railway plant, rolling stock, etc. Elected Member Institution Mechanical Engineers, 19 3.

GUERITTE, Tony Jules, B.Sc., M.Soc.C.E. (France), Director of L. G. Mouchel and Partners, Ltd., Civil Engrs.; b. 1875; s. of Jules Gueritte. Ed. Lycee Henri IV, Paris. Training: Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures, Paris. Diploma Ingenieur des Arts et Manufactures. Asst. Engr., F. Hennebique, Paris; later, Chief of Department for Checking Structural Strength of all Works carried in Hennebique Reinforced Concrete outside France; joined the late L. G. Mouchel, Pioneer of FerroConcrete Construction (Hennebique system) in Great Britain, as Eng. Representative for North of England and Scotland; Director of L. G. Mouchel and Partners; Councillor of French B.O.T.; Vice-Pres. Soc. of Engrs. (Incorp.); Pres. British Branch of Society of Civil Engrs. (France); Pres. French Ch. of Commerce in London, etc. Publ.: Various Communications to. the Soc. of Engrs., the N.E.C. Inst., Inst. of Min. Engrs., etc. Address: 38, Victoria Street, Westminster, 5.W.,. T. A A.: " Hennebique, Vic., London."

GUESS, Geo. A., Prof. of Metallurgy, University of Toronto; b. 1873; Ed. Queen's, Kingston, Canada. Career: Chemist, Consolidated Min. and Smelting Co., Trail, B.C., 1901-4, and Silver Lake Mines, Silverton, Colorado, 1904-5; Experimental Chemist, Canama Consolidated, Canama, Mexico, 1905-7; Smelter Supt., Tennessee Copper Co., 1907-10; Metallurgical Supt., Cerro de Pasco, Peru, 1910—n. Cons. Metallurgist, Tennessee Copper Co. Address 142, Spadina Road, Toronto, Canada. T. A.: " University."

GUEST, George Nevill, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.H. V.E., Hydraulic Engr.; Chairman and Man. Dir. of Hollings and Guest, Ltd., and of John Hands and Sons, Ltd.; b. 1875; s. of the Rev. Charles Guest. Clubs: Conservative and R.A.C. Address: c/o. Hollings and Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Aston, Birmingham. T. A.: " Plungers, Birmingham." T. N.: East 490, 491, 492.

GULLAN, Hector Freeman, M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E M.R.San.I., Asst. City Engr., Belfast; b. 1870; s. of Archibald Black Gullan, of Swansea. Ed. Birkenhead School Articled to J. Harnett Harrisson, of Liverpool, Cons. Engr. and Engr. to the River Alt Commissioners. Career: Asst. Engr., L. and N.W. Railway, 1891-9; Constructional Engr., Imperial Chinese Railways., 1899-1901; Chief Supt. Engr., Belfast Works Dept., and Asst. City Engr., 1901. Publ.: " Choice and Method of Road Surfacing," " Use of Mechanical Tests to Determinethe Relative Value of various Stone for Road Construction and Maintenance," " Road Construction, and Maintenance, Present and Future." Address: 6, Mount Pleasant, Belfast. T. N.: Belfast 1646.

GUTHRIE, Reginald, M.I.Min.E. (Member of Council), Neville Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

GUTTMANN, Oscar and Sons, Consulting Chemical Engineers, 6o, Mark Lane, London, E.C.3. Partners: Major L. F. Goodwin, A.C.G.I., F.C.S., and Captain C. J. Goodwin, A.C.G.I., 164 B.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E. Established 1887. The firm act as Consulting Engineers to many chemical and explosives factories, and have designed plant for chemical factories in all parts of the world, particularly Europe and America. War Services.—The firm was engaged during the war in the design of acid and chemical works for the Ministry of Munitions and Government contractors. Both partners proceeded on active service abroad in September, 1914, and Major L. F. Goodwin subsequently served with the Imperial Munitions Board Canada.

GWILLIM, John Cole, B.Sc., M.Inst.M.M., Prof. of Min., Queen's Univ., Kingston, since 1902. Address: Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.

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