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Accidents
  
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Coal-Mining, Fatal Accidents in, 243, 784
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Factory and Workshop Accidents (Committee), 689
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Home Office and Shipyard Accidents, 354
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United States ; Accidents to Employes, 243
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Agriculture:
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British Engine Exports, 563
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Motor Competition (Winnipeg), 856
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Royal Agricultural Society’s Show ; Erratum t 73
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Smithfield Club Show. Errata, 823
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Alloys. See Mechanics
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Appointments:
 +
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Allen and Co., Limited, Edgar; Directorate, 40
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East London College ; Mathematical Lecturer, 453
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Iron and Steel Institute ; Secretary, 755
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Master Cutler (Hallamshire), 274, 445, 512
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United States Navy ; Engineer-in-Chief, 107
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Armour. See Naval
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Artillery. See Guns
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Automobiles. See Motor-Cars
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Boilers. See Engines and Boilers
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Bridges:
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Bizerta Transporter ; Removal, 791
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Scherzer Rolling-Lift Bridges, 755
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Transporter Bridges, 17, 41
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Canals:
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Argentine, 815
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Canadian, 274
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Corinth, 420
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Exeter Ship, 791
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Hamburg-Harburg Waterway (Proposed), 316
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Manchester Ship, 177
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Panama, 139, 243, 379, 619, 764, 824, 870
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Cars, Motor. See Motor-Cars.
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Catalogues:
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58, 92, 124, 160, 259, 291, 420, 495, 563, 600,
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672, 705, 738,771, 874
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A.E.G. (South Africa), 705
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Abdella and Mitchell, Limited, Isaac J., 92
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Adamson, Ramsbottom, and Co., Limited, 874
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Alexander Manufacturing Company, 600
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Allan and Son, A., 738
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American Coal and Shipping Company, 58
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American Spiral-Pipe Works, 738
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Anderson, T. Scott, 600
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Armorduct Manufacturing Company, Limited,
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495, 672, 705
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Armoured Tubular Flooring Company, 600
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Archdale and Co. Limited, James, 92
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Armstrong, Stevens, and Son, 672
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Asquith, Limited, William, 495
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Atlas Resilient Road-Wheels, Limited, 259
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Bach, Markus M., 58
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Bailey and Co Limited, W. H., 160
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Baker and Sons, Limited, 495
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Baldwin Locomotive Works, 420
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Barclay, Sons, and Co., Limited, Andrew, 259
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Barlow and Ohidlaw, 259
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Bateman’s Machine-Tool Company, Limited, 874
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Beanland, Parkin, and Co., Limited, 259
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Bedford Engineering Company, 58
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Beeston Foundry Company, Limited, 563
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Bell Rock Belting Company, 705
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Bennis and Co., Limited, Ed., 705, 874
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Blackman Export Company, Limited, 495
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Blackstone and Co., Limited, 874
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Bridge and Co., David, 495
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Brill Company, J. G, 495
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British Aluminium Company, Limited, 581
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British Electric Transformer Company, Limited, 58, 738
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British Fuel-Economiser and Smoke-Preventer, 124
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British Gas-Furnace and Tool Company, Limited, 705
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British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited,
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124, 259, 672
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Brockie-Pell Arc-Lamp Company, 495
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Brown and Co. (Bankhall), Limited, W. B..
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738
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Brdwn Hoisting Machinery Company, 124, 874
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Brown, Robert, 495
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Buck and Hickman, Limited, 738
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Cai rd and Rayner, 672
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Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company.
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Limited, 124
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Campbell Gas-Engine Company, Limited, 738
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Candy and Co., 92
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Carborundum Company, 495
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Carruthers and Co., Limited, J. H., 771
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Carter, Sons, and Co., Limited, J., 259
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Carver, Limited, C. F., 58
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Catalogues—continued.
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Casella and Co., 0. F., 672
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Casmey, W. H., 259
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Chain-Belt Engineering Company, Limited, 874
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Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, 600
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Churchill and Co., Limited, Charles, 291, 738
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Combination Metallic Packing Company,
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Limited, 705
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Consett Iron Company, Limited, 495
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Cotton-Powder Company, Limited, 600, 771
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Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited, 771
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Crittall Manufacturing Company, Limited, 58
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Croft and Perkins, Limited, 124
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Crosby’s Steam-Gauge and Valve Company, 58
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Crosier, Stephens, and Co., 738
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A Daimler Motor Company (1904), Limited, 771
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Dampney and Co., Limited, J., 771
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Dargue, Griffiths, and Co., Limited, 58
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Davey, Paxman, and Co., Limited, 495
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Davidson and Co., Limited, 672
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Davies and Son, T., 259|
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De Bergue and Co., Limited, 92
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De Dion Bouton (1907), Limited, 495
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Dean Brothers, 672
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Dewrance and Co., 771
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Direct Gas-Fuel, Limited, 58
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Donkin Company, Limited, Bryan, 771
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Down, Fred. J., 160
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Drake and Gorham, Limited, 495, 672
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Easton and Melville, Limited, 771
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Eichhorn, M. J., 771
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Electric and Ordnance Accessories, Ltd., 874
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Electrical Company, Limited, 58, 420, 563, 771
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Emanuel and Sons, Limited, A., 705
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Farringdon Engineering Company, 92
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Ferrofix Brazing Company, 672
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Flowerdew and Co., 58
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Fraser and Chalmers, Limited, 771
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Garvin Machine Company, 672
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Geipel and Co., William, 58, 124
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General Electric Company, Limited, 92, 291, 672
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Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 124
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Glover and Co., Limited, W. T., 58
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Glover’s Water-Tube Boiler Company, Limited, 672
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Green and Boulding, Limited, 600
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Grbndal Kjellin Company, Limited, 420
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Harvey and Co., G. A., 420
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Heatly-Gresham Engineering Company, Li
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mited, 672
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Heenan and Froude, 738
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Herbert, Limited, Alfred, 124, 563, 874
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Hetherington and Sons, Limited, John, 705
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Hill and Herbert, Limited, 672
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Hines’ Patents, Limited, 705
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Holmes and Co., J. J., 672
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Holroyd and Co., Limited, John, 600
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Hope and Sons, Limited, Henry, 92
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India-Rubber, Gutta-Percha, and Telegraph
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Works Company, Limited, 58, 420
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Jackman and Co., Limited, J. W., 600
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Johnson and Phillips. Limited, 420, 672, 771
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Jones, Pollard, and Shipman, Limited, A. A., 738
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Key Engineering Company, Limited, 124
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Kynoch, Limited, 420
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Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Limited, 600
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Lanchester Motor Company, Limited, 738
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Lassen and Hjort, 58
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Layton, C.E., 672
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Lidgerwood Manufacturing Company, 160
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Linolite Company, 563
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Loewe and Co., Limited, Ludw., 291
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Lunkenheimer Company, 58, 259
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Machine-Tool Company, Limited, 58
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Maclaren and Co., Robert, 92
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Main and Co., Limited, A. and J., 495
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Mansfield and Sons, Limited, 874
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Mason’s Gas-Power Company, Limited, 738
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Massey, B. and S., 771
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Matthews and Yates, Limited, 259
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Mavor and Coulson, Limited, 58
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Mawdsleys, Limited, 563
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McNeill and Co., F., 738
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Measures Brothers, Limited, 738
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Midland Brothers’ Engineering Company, 58
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Miller and Co., Ira, 259
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Milton and Co., 705
 +
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Mirrlees-Watson Company, Limited, 874
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Morin, M. H., 874
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Morris-Hawkins, Limited, 874
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Morton and Co., Limited, Francis, 705
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Musgrave Brothers, 92
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Musgrave and Sons, Limited, John, 600
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Nalder Brothers and Thompson, Limited, 771
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Nettlefold and Sons, Limited, 672
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Nicholson and Co., J. H., 291
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Niles-Bement-Pond Company, 291, 600
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North British Lifting and Moving Appliance
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Company, Limited, 874
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Catalogues—continued.
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North-Western Expanded Metal Company, 420
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Orenstein and Koppel, 58
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Palatine Engineering Company, Limited, 92
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Parkinson and Son, J., 92
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Parnall and Sons, Limited, 160
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Patent Indented Steel-Bar Company, Limited, 124, 705
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Paul, Robt. W., 874
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Popling (J ), Actien-Gesellschaft, 874
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Power and Mining Machinery Company, 495
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Pratt and Whitney Company, 874
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Premier Gas-Engine Company, Limited, 495
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Pulsometer Engineering Company, Limited, 291
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Ransomes and Rapier, Limited, 705
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Renold, Hans, Limited, 771
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Reyrolle and Co., Limited, A., 92, 738
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Riches and Co., G. T., 124
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Rimington Brothers, 160
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Roy and Co., W. H., 600
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Sagar and Co., Limited, J., 705
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Sanitas Electrical Company, 58
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Santoni Arc-Lamp and Engineering Company, Limited, 495
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Schaffer and Budenberg, Limited, 495
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Shand, Mason and Co., 291
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Shaw and Son, Limited, Joseph, 420
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Shorland and Brother, E. H., 160
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Siemens Brothers and Co., Limited, 259, 600
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Sloan Electric Company, Limited, 58, 874
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Smart and Brown, 58
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Smith and Grace, Limited, 705
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Somerville and Co., D. G., 92, 563
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Spencer, Limited, John, 160, 291
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Stanhope Water Engineering Company, Limited, 672
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Stanley and Co., Limited, W. F., 124
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Steel Company of Scotland, 738
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Stern Sonneborn Oil Company, Limited, 771
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Stirling Boiler Company, Limited, 124
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Storey and Co., John H., 738
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Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 92
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Stuckenholz Engineering Company, 672
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Sturtevant Engineering Company, Limited, 259, 672
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Swan, Hunter, and Wigham Richardson, Limited, 874
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Tangyes, Limited, 495
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Taylor, Charles, 495
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Taylor, G. Herbert, 160
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Thermotank Ventilating Company, 705
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Tough and Henderson, 124
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Trussed Concrete Steel Company, Limited, 705
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Turner, Limited, E. R. and F., 124
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Underfeed Stoker Company, Limited, 124
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United Motor Industries, Limited, 563
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Vai de Travers Asphalte Paving Company, Limited, 705
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Vaughan and Son, Limited, 160, 705
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Wade, Sons, and Co., Limited, Richard, 92
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Walker and Co., James, 563
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Walsh and Clark, Limited, 124
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Ward, Limited, Thomas W., 121, 672, 874
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Warden and Co., A., 705
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Warner and Co., Limited, Robert, 874
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Warner Engineering Company, Limited, 58
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Webster and Bennett, Limited, 92
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Weldless Chain Company, Limited, 705
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Wells and Co., Matthew, 495
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Westinghouse Brake Company, Limited, 92
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Whittaker and Co., Limited, C., 738
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Wilkinson and Sons, G., 563
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Winkler, Fallert, and Co., 672
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Worthington Pump Company, 92
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Wright and Co., Limited, Alex., 124
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Wright and Wood, Limited, 58
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Coal:
 +
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Admiralty Contracts, 619
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American Government Contracts, 689, 755
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Belgian Coal, 268, 667
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Belgian Imports, 455
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Belgian Railway Fuel, 857
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British Coal for Sweden, 755
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British Exports, 40, 72, 564, 702
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Californian Trade, 37
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Cardiff, 13, 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 211, 243, 275, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 479, 513, 547, 583, 619, 655, 689, 721, 755, 791, 823, 857
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Coal-Dust Explosions, 655
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Eastern Consumption, 748
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Electric Winding-Engine, Pontypridd, 12
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Explosions in Mines, 243
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Explosions in Mines: Investigation of Causes, 57
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Foreign, &c., Contracts for Welsh Coal, 73, 211, 243, 445, 479, 547, 583, 721, 832
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German Imports, 672
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Hamburg Coal, 388
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Hull Trade, 242, 378, 512, 655
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Indian Coal, 545
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King Edward Colliery (Notts), 379
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€oal—continued.
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Machine-Gut Coal, 242
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Middlesbrough, 13, 275, 379, 407, 583, 655, 823 857
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Notts Coal, 387, 445
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Nova Scotia Coal, 696
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Paris-Lyons Railway Contract, 619
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Prussian Coal, 720
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Sheffield, 12, 40,73, 109, 142, 176, 211, 242, 274, 302, 351, 379, 406, 445, 512, 546, 583, 618, 655, 688, 726, 754, 790, 823
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South African Output, 122
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South Wales Output, 379
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Spitsbergen Coal, 411, 764
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United States: Improved Working of Mines, 220
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Washery (Coal) at Cardiff, 513
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Welsh Coal for Ireland, 791
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Welsh Colliery Syndicates, 41
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Welsh Combine, 755
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Welsh Exports, 73, 211, 379, 407, 513, 689, 823
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Welsh Seams, &c. (New), 13, 243, 655, 791
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Yorkshire Boring (New), 583
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Yorkshire Seams (New), 36
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Companies:
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Brightside Foundry, 274
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Brown and Co., Limited, John, 12
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Bruce-Peebles and Co., Limited, 822
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Cammell, Laird, and Co., 73
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Cardiff Railways Company, 302
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Cockerill Company, John, 668
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Cramp and Sons, William, 108
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Davy Brothers, Limited, 12
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Dominion Iron and Steel Company, 88
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Elsinore Iron-Shipbuilding Company, 754
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Fox and Co., Samuel, 211
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Hull and Barnsley Railway Company, 211
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Ibbotson Brothers, 350
 +
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Krupp, Fried., 275
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Manvers Main Colliery Company, 303
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Normanby Iron Works Company, Limited, 143
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Poetter and Co., 124
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Port Talbot, 275
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Prussian Limited Companies, 39
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Rhymney Iron Company, 13
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Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., 689
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Sheepbridge Coal and Iron Company, 303, 406
 +
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Sheffield United Gas Company, 350
 +
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Staveley Coal and Iron Company, 379
 +
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Western Union Telegraph Company, 857
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Defence of Coasts* See Naval
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Drainage* See Sewage
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Electric Tramways. See Tramway &
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Electricity:
 +
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Accumulator, Zinc-Alkali-Nickel, 791
 +
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Anemometer, Electrical, 42
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Argentine : Electrical Developments, 583
 +
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Argentine Telegraphy, 570
 +
 +
Baden : Hydro-Electric Power, 92
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Barretter (Gati), 838
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Breakdown at Lot’s Road; Erratum, 513
 +
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Cardiff, Electricity at, 583
 +
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Collieries, Power for, 791
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 +
Conductors and Excessive Voltages, 13
 +
 +
Electric Conductivity and Absolute Temperature, 251
 +
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Electric Oscillations, Slow, 789
 +
 +
“ Electrical World and Record,” 479
 +
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Electrolysis of Chromium Chromate, 689
 +
 +
“ The Electron,” 36
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Explosive Flames ; Conductivity with Different Electrodes, 222
 +
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G.-B. Surface Tramway System, 823
 +
 +
German Accumulator Works, Hygiene in, 211
 +
 +
German State Electricity Monopoly, 303
 +
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Gerihan Submarine Telegraphy, 428
 +
 +
Hydjo-EIectric Installation in Valais Canton, 799
 +
 +
Marseilles Exhibition, 72
 +
 +
“ Mechanical World ” Electrical Pocket-Book, 619
 +
 +
Melbourne Telephony, 268
 +
 +
MUngsten Electric Power-Station Struck by Lightning, 303
 +
 +
Nitrate, Electric Production of, 857
 +
 +
Norwegian Hydro-Electric Installation, 307
 +
 +
Oxford, Electrical Laboratory for, 5
 +
 +
Paper Mills, Electrically-Driven, 9
 +
 +
Plymouth, Electricity at, 243
 +
 +
Radiotelegraphic Communication with Balloons, 619
 +
 +
St. Clair Tunnel ; Electrification, 728
 +
 +
Tantalum Lamps, 546
 +
 +
Telephone in Constantinople, 453
 +
 +
Telephony in Stockholm, 488
 +
 +
Thermo-Couples of Graphite, 37
 +
 +
Three-Phase Generator; Mechanical Model, 162
 +
 +
Towers for Power-Transmission Lines, 235
 +
 +
Electricity—continued.
 +
 +
Train-Lighting System of the G.E.Z., 72
 +
 +
Verity’s Electrical Supplies, 513
 +
 +
Westinghouse Unit-Typa Switch-Gear; Addendum, 655
 +
 +
“ Wireless ” Progress, 160
 +
 +
Wireless Telephony at Portsmouth, 513
 +
 +
EngineerIllg. See Shipbuilding and Industrie*
 +
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Engines and Boilers :
 +
 +
Composition, Anti-Scaling, 738
 +
 +
Firing, Combined Coal and Gas, 143
 +
 +
Reciprocating and Turbine Machinery of “ .Lauren tic,” 379
 +
 +
Reciprocating Engine ; Probable Future, 822
 +
 +
Turbines (Steam) for German Torpedo Boats, 242
 +
 +
Errata and Addenda:
 +
 +
100-Horse-Power Paraffin Marine Motor, 406
 +
 +
Automatic Rapid-Acting Vacuum-Brake for
 +
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Goods Trains, 177
 +
 +
Breakdown at Lot’s Road, 513
 +
 +
Cold, International Congress on, 547
 +
 +
Micro-Structure and Mechanical Properties of Steel, 800
 +
 +
Olympia Motor-Car Exhibition, 865
 +
 +
Refuse-Disposal at Portsmouth, 822
 +
 +
Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 73
 +
 +
Smithfield Club Show, 823
 +
 +
Testing of Alloys, 86
 +
 +
Train-Lighting System of the G.E.Z., 72
 +
 +
Westinghouse Unit-Type Switch-Gear, 655
 +
 +
Works of Peter Brotherhood, Limited, 103
 +
 +
Exhibitions:
 +
 +
Marseilles Electrical, 72
 +
 +
Prague, 41
 +
 +
Smoke-Prevention Appliances, 688
 +
 +
Space Contracts, Annulment of, 698
 +
 +
Turin, 407
 +
 +
Winnipeg Industrial, 856
 +
 +
Explosions* See Engines and Boiler
 +
 +
Explosives. See Guns
 +
 +
Gas and Gas Engines:
 +
 +
American Tests of Large Gas-Engines, 791
 +
 +
Gas v. Electricity at Sheffield, 351
 +
 +
Gas-Firing in Furnaces, 41
 +
 +
Gas and Gas Works Directory, 583
 +
 +
Gas-Leakages and Colliery Workings, 303
 +
 +
Gas-Mantle Manufacture, Incandescent, 73
 +
 +
Globe Safety Gas-Lighting, 591
 +
 +
Livesey Memorial Fund, 819
 +
 +
Producer Gas and Gas-Firing, 748
 +
 +
Guns and Explosives;
 +
 +
Field-Guns, French and German, 239
 +
 +
Naval, &c., Ordnance: International Comparisons, 58
 +
 +
Schneider’s Sales, 143
 +
 +
Smokeless Powders, 379
 +
 +
Turin State Gun, &c., Factory, 220
 +
 +
Harbours, Piers, Ac.:
 +
 +
Arctic Ocean Port, 173
 +
 +
Barry Graving Dock, 689
 +
 +
Brazil Port Works, 303, 787
 +
 +
Brazilian Dry-Dock, 818
 +
 +
Brest Deep-Sea Dock, 298
 +
 +
Callao Floating Dock, 316
 +
 +
Faroe Islands; Proposed Harbour, 350
 +
 +
German Dock Accommodation, 788
 +
 +
Good wick Quayside Extension, 303
 +
 +
Hartlepool Tidal Basin, 177
 +
 +
Immingham Docks, 109
 +
 +
Korsor Harbour; Ferry Accommodation, 407
 +
 +
Loire, Deepening of, 291
 +
 +
Marseilles Improvements, 158
 +
 +
Newport (Alexandra) Docks, 177
 +
 +
Paris Port, 343
 +
 +
Pol a Floating Dock, 305
 +
 +
Portsmouth New Lock, 211
 +
 +
Sennen Breakwater, 143
 +
 +
Sharpness Docks, 721
 +
 +
Southampton New Docks, 649
 +
 +
Tide-Recorders for Japan, 546
 +
 +
Wembury Docks, 791
 +
 +
Industries:
 +
 +
Alcohol ; Sources of Production, 790
 +
 +
Aluminium, Future of, 351
 +
 +
American Locomotive Production, 40
 +
 +
Austrian Petroleum Combine, 184
 +
 +
Census of Production, 242
 +
 +
Census of Production Act, 513, 573, 668, 819
 +
 +
German Cement, 139
 +
 +
Locomotive Exports, 41, 220, 531, 479, 497, 754
 +
 +
Russian Imports of Machinery, 210
 +
 +
Russian Iron Syndicate, 688
 +
 +
Statistics of Trades, 388
 +
 +
Stockholm and Factory Sites, &c., 513
 +
 +
Swansea Valley Tin, &c., Trade, 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 351, 379, 407, 479, 513, 547, 619, 689, 721, 755, 791
 +
 +
Tendencies in Modern Industry, 790, 823
 +
 +
York as an Industrial Centre, 316
 +
 +
Institutions. See Technical Societies
 +
 +
Iron and Steel!
 +
 +
All-Germany Pig-Iron Union, 23
 +
 +
American Steel Production, 14
 +
 +
Armour-Plates, Casting of, 721
 +
 +
Belgian Blast-Furnaces, 255, 509, 838
 +
 +
Belgian Girders, 388, 558
 +
 +
Belgian Rails, 445, 857
 +
 +
Bessemer Gold Medal Award, 763
 +
 +
British Ore Imports, 672, 790
 +
 +
British Rail Exports, 92, 242, 438, 754, 767, 790
 +
 +
Canadian Rails for India, 589
 +
 +
Chinese Iron-Mines, 192
 +
 +
Cleveland, 13, 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 211, 243, 275, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 478, 513, 547, 583, 619, 655, 689, 721, 755, 790, 823, 857
 +
 +
Cohesion of Steel, 453
 +
 +
Dowlais, 13, 41,73, 109, 243, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 479, 513, 547, 583, 619, 689, 721, 755, 791
 +
 +
Dunderland (Norway) Deposits, 275
 +
 +
Electric Furnaces, Application of, 619
 +
 +
Electric Steel Works in Schaffhausen, 512
 +
 +
French Iron Minerals, 211
 +
 +
French Pig Production, 487
 +
 +
German Consumption, 583
 +
 +
11*011 and Steel—continued.
 +
 +
German Iron Production, 202
 +
 +
German Pig-Iron Production, 285, 316, 561 824
 +
 +
German Steel Rails, 856
 +
 +
Hungarian Purchase of Ore Deposits, 139
 +
 +
Ingot, Record Nickel, 303
 +
 +
Lake Superior Ore, 300
 +
 +
Lancashire, 24, 120, 153, 455, 524, 558, 596, 630, 702
 +
 +
Luxembourg Steel Production, 211
 +
 +
Middlesbrough Statistics, 41, 513
 +
 +
Midland Trade, 24, 120, 153, 252, 521, 558, 596, 630, 702
 +
 +
Nickel-Steel Manufacture, 40
 +
 +
Permanent-Way Exports, 107, 495
 +
 +
Rail Contracts, 655
 +
 +
Rolled-Steel Sections ; Weights of Lengths, 211
 +
 +
Russian Deposits, 427
 +
 +
Russian Pig Production, 446
 +
 +
Russian Production, 251
 +
 +
Rusting of Iron, 53, 461
 +
 +
Scotch Imports, 688
 +
 +
Scotch Trade, 12, 40, 72, 108, 142, 176, 210, 242,
 +
 +
274, 302, 350, 378, 406, 444, 478, 512, 546, 582,
 +
 +
618, 655, 688, 720, 754,822, 856
 +
 +
Sheffield, 12, 40, 73, 109, 142, 176, 211, 242, 274, 303, 351, 378, 406, 445, 512, 546, 583, 618, 655, 688, 721, 754, 790, 823
 +
 +
Steel-Sheet Piling (New), 120
 +
 +
Swedish and English Rails, 211
 +
 +
Swedish Production, 617
 +
 +
Tees Shipments, 13, 109, 177, 303, 445, 619, 755
 +
 +
Trade Inactivity, 89
 +
 +
Tubes, Relative Corrosion of Steel and
 +
 +
Wrought Iron, 771
 +
 +
United States Blast-Furnaces, 857
 +
 +
United States Steel Corporation Output, 547
 +
 +
Welding Iron Sheets, 395
 +
 +
Welsh Rails for India, 857
 +
 +
Irrigation:
 +
 +
Formosa, 857
 +
 +
Indian, 751
 +
 +
North American, 614
 +
 +
Labour Questions. See Trade Societies, &c.
 +
 +
Light. Electric. See Electricity
 +
 +
Machine Tools. See Mechanics
 +
 +
Markets:
 +
 +
Cleveland, 13', 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 211, 243,
 +
 +
275, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 478, 513, 517, 583,
 +
 +
619, 655, 689, 721, 755, 790, 823, 857
 +
 +
Glasgow Pig-Iron, 12, 40, 72, 108, 142, 176, 210, 242, 274, 302, 350, 378, 403, 444, 478, 512, 546 582, 618, 655, 688, 720, 754, 822, 856
 +
 +
Hamburg Metal Exchange (Proposed), 72
 +
 +
Sulphate of Ammonia, 12, 40, 72,142, 176 210 242, 274, 302, 350, 378, 406, 444, 478, 512, 546,’ 582, 618, 655, 688, 720, 751, 822, 856
 +
 +
Swedish Iron Market, 304
 +
 +
Mechanics:
 +
 +
Abbott Versimetric Chart, 667
 +
 +
Air and other Gases ; Liquefaction, 838
 +
 +
Aluminium Welding, 275, 316
 +
 +
Austenite and Manganese Steel, 445
 +
 +
Baryundum, 118
 +
 +
• Cement; Micrographical Examinations, 453 Chromium-Chromate, Electrolysis of, 689 Chronograph and Camera Combination, 513
 +
 +
Colloidal Compounds of Alkaline Earth, 689
 +
 +
Colour and Temperature, 512
 +
 +
Crushers for the Laboratory, 648
 +
 +
Cuprous Iodide (Solid); Electric Conductivity, 141
 +
 +
Electric Conductivity and Absolute Temperature, 251
 +
 +
Electric Oscillations, Slow, 789
 +
 +
Element, New, 498
 +
 +
Emery-Wheel Guard, 259
 +
 +
End Friction; Effect on Resistance of Bar to Compression, 865
 +
 +
English Channel Water ; Analysis, 857
 +
 +
Ferro-Silicon ; Decomposition, 648
 +
 +
Ferro-Silicon ; Poisonous and Explosive
 +
 +
Character, 531
 +
 +
Fire-Extinguishing Tanks, 420
 +
 +
Gears, “ Unica ” Silent, 721
 +
 +
Grinding, Commercial Precision, 869
 +
 +
Grbndal Charcoal-Kiln; Tests, 316
 +
 +
Helium, Liquefaction of, 109
 +
 +
Hydraulic Machine-Tools, 615
 +
 +
Hydraulic Ram, Working of, 41
 +
 +
Hydrogen for Balloons, 455
 +
 +
Iridium and Rhodium Crucibles, 451
 +
 +
Iron and Calcium Alloys, 767
 +
 +
Iron, Rusting of, 53
 +
 +
Iron ; Rusting and Passivity, 461
 +
 +
Iron Sheets, Welding of, 495
 +
 +
Light; Flame Standards Compared, 194
 +
 +
Machinery Guards (Expanded Metal), 620
 +
 +
Manganese Alloys, 667
 +
 +
Micro-Structure and Mechanical Properties of
 +
 +
Steel; Erratum, 800
 +
 +
Nitrides, Magnetic, 736
 +
 +
Occlusion of Gases in Nickel Steel, 407
 +
 +
Oils ; Viscosity and Lubrication Value, 808
 +
 +
Peat Fuel, Value of, 25
 +
 +
Pelton Wheel Installation at New Albany,
 +
 +
Radiation (Irregularities) from Radioactive Bodies, 73
 +
 +
Refractory Oxides ; Reduction by Carbon 343
 +
 +
Reinforced-Concrete Work, Regulations for 36 856
 +
 +
Slide-Rule, Barnard’s Co-ordinate, 856
 +
 +
Slide-Rule, New Circular, 513
 +
 +
Steel, Cohesion of, 454
 +
 +
Steel Plates, Segregation in Mild, 751
 +
 +
Stone, Weight of Crushed, 220
 +
 +
Testing of Alloys ; Erratum, 86
 +
 +
Transmutation of Metals by Radium, 754
 +
 +
Tubes, Relative Corrosion of Steel and Wrought
 +
 +
Ultra-Violet Rays and the Light, 13
 +
 +
Vanadium and Iron Alloys, 124
 +
 +
Volatilisation (Cathode) of Metals in Rarefied Gases, 187
 +
 +
Zinc Extraction ; De Laval Process, 41
 +
 +
Metals. See Industries, Iron and Steel, and Mechanics
 +
 +
American Petroleum, 640
 +
 +
Antipodean Gold, 304
 +
 +
Austrian Petroleum Trust, Proposed, 41
 +
 +
British Gold Imports, 561, 822
 +
 +
Copper; British and French Imports, 479
 +
 +
Copper Stocks, 619, 738, 755
 +
 +
Copper ; World’s Consumption, 109, 547
 +
 +
Hoisting-Rope Stresses and Mine Gear, 857
 +
 +
Mining Machinery Exports, 226
 +
 +
Ore Deposits ; Source of, 617
 +
 +
Roumanian Petroleum, 141
 +
 +
Russian Copper Output, 226
 +
 +
“ Who’s Who in Mining and Metallurgy,” 533
 +
 +
Aeroplane Endurance Test, 547
 +
 +
American Patents, 704
 +
 +
Architecture, Lectures, 4/8
 +
 +
Argentine Immigration, 811        . ...
 +
 +
Asbestos Deposits, German Acquisition of
 +
 +
Russian, 791
 +
 +
Birthday Honours, 10          r
 +
 +
British and Foreign Guide to Engineering,
 +
 +
Steel, and Hardware Trades, 379 Brotherhood’s Works; Addendiim, It3 Business Prospects Year-Book, 6v.) Calvert’s Mechanics’ Almanack, 79U Canadian Immigration, 755
 +
 +
Census of Production Act, 513, 5/3, 668, oiJ
 +
 +
Ceylon Public Works, 729
 +
 +
Cold, Congress on ; Erratum, 547
 +
 +
College Calendars, 407, 478, 717
 +
 +
Commodities (General), Average Price of, 473 Contracts, Tenders, &c. ; 22, 39, /3, 109, 143, 237, 274, 303, 315, 351, 407, 48/, 512, 547, 589, 619, 689, 729, 755, 856
 +
 +
“ Daily Mail ’’ Year-Book, 876
 +
 +
Dictionary (Technical) in Six Languages, 108 Doppler’s Double-Star Memoirs, 547
 +
 +
Dr. Rathenau ; Seventieth Anniversary, 790 Dredging Contract, French, 291
 +
 +
Education (Public) in England and Wales, 4/9 “ The Electron,” 36
 +
 +
Engineering Index Annual, 78
 +
 +
Engineering Standards Committee, 160, 512 English Prices, with Russian Equivalents, 1/6 Fire-Extinction Tests, 108, 420, 592, 628, 763 Fire-Shutter Tests, 720
 +
 +
Fire-Tests with Textiles, 872
 +
 +
Fires in Tall Buildings, 771
 +
 +
Fowler’s Mechanics’ and Machinists’ Pocket-
 +
 +
Book, 619
 +
 +
Geological Survey of Great Britain, 186 Glass Works, Powell and Co.’s, 72 Grashof Medal for Professor Stodola, 57
 +
 +
Hazell’s Annual, 869
 +
 +
Heriot-Watt College, 304
 +
 +
Holidays, 143
 +
 +
Honduras Developments, 243
 +
 +
Hygiene in German Accumulator Works, 211
 +
 +
Indian Public Health, 454
 +
 +
Industries ; Modern Tendencies, 790, 823
 +
 +
Lake Salt Extraction in Egypt, 207
 +
 +
Lewis, Sir W. T., 275
 +
 +
Libraries of London, 50
 +
 +
Livesey Memorial Fund, 819
 +
 +
Lloyd’s Register Scholarship, 176
 +
 +
London University College, 142
 +
 +
Lumidre Process of Colour Photography, 857
 +
 +
Machinery ; Engineering Magazine Record, 721
 +
 +
Manhattan Lifts, 755
 +
 +
Maps, 687
 +
 +
Matriculation Directory (L.U.), 555
 +
 +
Morse Signalling Flashing Disc, 721
 +
 +
Nigeria (Southern); Public Works, 784
 +
 +
Norwegian Cement Manufacture, 120
 +
 +
Old Engine, Repairs of, 800
 +
 +
Ontario, Steam-Heating of, 791
 +
 +
Oxford ; Engineering Chair, 689
 +
 +
Patent Infringement Case, 36
 +
 +
Patent Law (New) and German Chemists, 789
 +
 +
Patent Office Journal, 143
 +
 +
Patents and Designs Act, 1908, 86
 +
 +
Peat, French Production, 143
 +
 +
Peat (Fuel) for Swedish Railways, 399
 +
 +
Peat Utilisation in Ireland, 351
 +
 +
Personal, 22, 37, 73,143, 207, 237, 271, 315, 351, 420, 441, 479, 522, 545, 582, 619, 698, 763, 790, 822, 823, 865
 +
 +
Photography of Nebulae, &c., 72
 +
 +
Pipe-Threads, British Standard, 754
 +
 +
Population of Germany, 478
 +
 +
Prussian Limited Companies, 39
 +
 +
Quarterly Circular of Engineering and Technical Literature, 207
 +
 +
Refuse Disposal at Portsmouth ; Errata, 822
 +
 +
Rhyl ; Reinforced-Concrete Pavilion, 620 Royal Engineer Officers’ Reserve, 618
 +
 +
Rural Prosperity and Sporting Rights, 738
 +
 +
Selfridge Store Building, 799
 +
 +
Silver Alloys for Coinage, 667
 +
 +
Sixty-Two-Storey Building, New York, 88 Smoke Abatement, 176
 +
 +
South Africa, Guide to, 788
 +
 +
Steam-Shovels at Panama, 177
 +
 +
Stockholm and Factory Sites, &c., 513
 +
 +
Stockton and Thornaby-on-Tees as Commercial Centres, 602
 +
 +
Stone, Artificial Fire-Resisting, 524
 +
 +
Swedish Timber Production, 558
 +
 +
Swindon Engineering Society’s “Transactions,” 41
 +
 +
Swiss Machinery in Egypt, 47
 +
 +
Target, Rose Recording, 211
 +
 +
Technical Dictionaries in Six Languages, 755
 +
 +
Tide-Recorders for Japan, 546
 +
 +
Tide-Tables, 57
 +
 +
Tinning and Enamelling Trades ; Workshop
 +
 +
Regulations, 582                          p
 +
 +
Turkey ; Internal Development, 790 University College, 351, 721
 +
 +
University College; Faculty of Engineering,
 +
 +
Willans Gold Medal, 697
 +
 +
Zeppelin Air-Ship, Destruction of, 173, 220 Motor-Cars, Ac.:
 +
 +
Acceleration and Slip Tests, 512
 +
 +
Automobile Dictionary, 748
 +
 +
Dynamobil Cars, 124
 +
 +
“Four-Inch” Race, 688
 +
 +
German Motor-Car Industry, 315
 +
 +
Motor-Cars, Ac.-continued.
 +
 +
German Vehicle Speed Trials, 143
 +
 +
Mexico J Motor Service, 29
 +
 +
Model Motor-Boat Regatta, 152
 +
 +
Motor-Boats for West Africa, 487
 +
 +
Olympia International Exhibition, 591
 +
 +
Rating Formula, Suggested, 513
 +
 +
Scottish Reliability Trials, 12
 +
 +
Sea-Fishing Motor Competition, 1/7
 +
 +
War-Office Light Tractors, 721
 +
 +
Willesden, Motor Fire Appliance for, 194
 +
 +
Naval:
 +
 +
Air-Torpedo, Unge, 177
 +
 +
American Destroyers, 118
 +
 +
“ Amiral Makarof,” 14
 +
 +
“Andromeda,” H.M.S., 211
 +
 +
Armour-Plates, Casting of, 721
 +
 +
Austro-Hungarian Navy, 582, 824, 850
 +
 +
“ Bellerophon,” H.M.S., 275, 379
 +
 +
“ Bcadicea,” H.M.S., 407, 479
 +
 +
“Collingwood,” H.M.S., 379, 655
 +
 +
“ Defence,” H.M.S., 755
 +
 +
Devon port Developments, 547
 +
 +
Devonport Dock Gates, 143, 619
 +
 +
“Flottes (Les) de Combat,” 853
 +
 +
French Submersibles, 755
 +
 +
French Warship Trials, 177
 +
 +
Function of the Navy, 618
 +
 +
German “ Dreadnoughts,” 866
 +
 +
German Submarines, 283
 +
 +
Greek Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 142
 +
 +
Hawaiian Islands; United States Naval
 +
 +
Station, 69
 +
 +
Italian Navy, 772
 +
 +
Italian (New) Armour-Plate, 177
 +
 +
Japanese Navy, 88, 243
 +
 +
“ Liste Navale Francaise,” 238
 +
 +
“Lista Navale Italiana,” 268
 +
 +
Motor Gun-Boats for Austria-Hungary, 12
 +
 +
Naval, &c., Ordnance; International Comparisons, 58
 +
 +
Naval Surveys, 210
 +
 +
“ Neptune,” H.M.S., £57
 +
 +
“Para,” Destroyer, for Brazil, 83, 388
 +
 +
Pembroke ; New Wireless station, 547
 +
 +
Portsmouth New Lock, 211
 +
 +
Pola Floating Dock, 305
 +
 +
Royal Navy List and Naval Recorder, 143
 +
 +
Russian Navy, 547
 +
 +
Submarine Boats, Transport of, 73
 +
 +
Turkish Navy, 870
 +
 +
“ Voltaire,” French Battleship, 857
 +
 +
War Kites, 303
 +
 +
Wireless Telegraph Offices on Board Ships, 109
 +
 +
Obituary. See General Index
 +
 +
Physics. See Mechanici
 +
 +
Piers. See Harbcurt
 +
 +
Kailways and Locomotives
 +
 +
American Locomotive Production, 40
 +
 +
American Railroad Earnings, 876
 +
 +
American Railroad Situation, 220
 +
 +
Antwerp Dam Station ; Removal, 177 Argentine Railways, 239, 379, 546, 570 Argentine Republic and Central America ;
 +
 +
Developments, 314
 +
 +
Austrian Railway Nationalisation, 274
 +
 +
Automatic Couplings Competition, 251
 +
 +
Belgian Railway Fuel, 857
 +
 +
Bolivian Railways, 291, 872
 +
 +
Brake, Automatic Vacuum, 13
 +
 +
Brazilian (New) Railway, 744
 +
 +
Breda Works ; Thousandth Locomotive, 857
 +
 +
Canadian Pacific, 13, 399
 +
 +
Cape Government, 122
 +
 +
Cardiff Railway Company, 302
 +
 +
Chicago and New York ; Electric Connections, 13
 +
 +
Cost of Materials (United States), 784
 +
 +
Demurrage on the Orleans Railway, 857
 +
 +
Denmark ; Long Bridge, 790
 +
 +
Detroit Tunnel (Michigan Central), 479
 +
 +
Devonport Railways, 589
 +
 +
Directory of Railway Officials, Universal, 318
 +
 +
Doncaster (G.C.R.) Avoiding-Line, 36
 +
 +
Erie and Jersey Line ; Cost of Construction 220
 +
 +
Fires on Tube Railways, 407
 +
 +
Fog and Automatic Signalling, 697
 +
 +
French Railway Revenue, 194
 +
 +
Gardiner System of Car-Signalling, 628
 +
 +
Ge^ar, Wear °* (Philadelphia Rapid Transit),
 +
 +
German Extensions, 36
 +
 +
Grand Trunk Pacific Extension, 619
 +
 +
Grand Trunk Pacific Locomotives, 446
 +
 +
Great Western Extensions, 73, 109, 407
 +
 +
Great Western Traffic Economies, 445
 +
 +
Great Western Tunnel, 407
 +
 +
Hull and Barnsley, 211, 242
 +
 +
Interborough Rapid-Transit Company’s Repair Work, &c., 791
 +
 +
Interoceanic Railway ; Gauge Conversion, 619 Italian Construction, 243
 +
 +
Light Railway Orders, 124, 207, 285, 350, 402, 583, 688
 +
 +
Lincoln Tube Railway, 27
 +
 +
Locomotive Exports, 41, 220, 479, 497, 754, 790
 +
 +
Locomotive, Model, 872
 +
 +
Locomotives in France, 458
 +
 +
Locomotives in Germany, 406
 +
 +
London and South-Western Railway, 351 ^°40G°n and ^ou^h'Western Railway Guide, Long-Distance Non-Stop Services, 243
 +
 +
Mallet Compound Locomotive for Peking-Hankow Line, 755
 +
 +
Manawatu Railway; Purchase, 407
 +
 +
Manufacturers’ Directory (North-Eastern Railway), 689
 +
 +
Mexican Railway, 619
 +
 +
New York Central Railway Terminus, 211
 +
 +
New York State Railways and Punctuality, 791 Permanent-Way Exports, 39, 107, 495, 7c8 Pipe-Line for American Railroad, 13 Port Herald to Blantyre Railway, 791 1 yrenean Tunnel. 563
 +
 +
Railroad Repair-Shops and Generator Capacity, 407
 +
 +
Railway Disputes, Settlement of, 219
 +
 +
Rhj mney Railway; 143
 +
 +
Railways and Locomotives-continued.
 +
 +
Rolling-Stock Diagrams, 364
 +
 +
Russian Manchurian Railway, 220
 +
 +
Russian Railways, 211, 304, 619
 +
 +
Russian Railways and Evasion of Fares, 479
 +
 +
Singapore-Penang Railway, 845
 +
 +
St. Clair Tunnel; Electrification, 728
 +
 +
Stockholm Extensions. 315
 +
 +
Street and Elevated Railways in the United
 +
 +
States, 513
 +
 +
Superheaters, Schmidt, for Locomotives, 754
 +
 +
Swiss Railways ; Electrification, 69, 592
 +
 +
Swiss Railway Traffic, 689
 +
 +
Train-Lighting on the Great Eastern Railway ;
 +
 +
Erratum, 72
 +
 +
Uruguayan Railways, 92, 872
 +
 +
Vacuum Brake for Goods Trains ; Erratum, 177
 +
 +
Water Supply to Running Locomotives ;
 +
 +
Trials, 177
 +
 +
Welsh Railway Amalgamation, 655
 +
 +
Welsh Railway Traffic, 857
 +
 +
Welsh Railways, 355, 857
 +
 +
Working Hours on the Prussian-Hessian
 +
 +
Railway, 547
 +
 +
Sewage:
 +
 +
Sewage-Disposal, 764
 +
 +
Shipping. See Shipbuilding, &c.
 +
 +
Ships and Shipbuilding :
 +
 +
100-Horse-Power Paraffin Marine Motor;
 +
 +
Erratum, 406
 +
 +
Air-Torpedo (Unge), 177
 +
 +
American Returns, 316
 +
 +
Argentine River Steamers ; Launch, 556
 +
 +
Avonmouth-Bermuda Service, 73
 +
 +
Chargeurs Reunis and Avonmouth, 41 “Christian IX.,” Steam Ferry, 479
 +
 +
Clyde, &c., 40, 72, 108, 142, 176, 302, 378, 406, 444, 582, 618, 655, 688 720, 754
 +
 +
Depression in Trade, 176
 +
 +
Dredger for Bombay Reclamation Scheme, 259
 +
 +
Dredger Worked by Producer-Gas, 689
 +
 +
Electric Ferry-Boat on the Rhine, 177
 +
 +
Fire-Boat for South America, 445
 +
 +
German Atlantic Liners, New, 697
 +
 +
German Shipbuilding Industry, 40
 +
 +
German Transport of Swedish Ore, 40
 +
 +
Gyroscope, Schlick’s, 582
 +
 +
Hull-Rotterdam New Service, 142
 +
 +
“ lolanda,” Steam-Yacht, 72
 +
 +
Irish Fisheries Cruisers, 25
 +
 +
Lamport and Holt Liner, Launch of, 800
 +
 +
“ Lapland” (Red Star), 13
 +
 +
London County Council Steamboats, 822
 +
 +
Martell Scholarship Award, 243
 +
 +
“Megantic,” Reciprocating and Turbine Machinery of, 824
 +
 +
“ Mercedes IL”(S.Y.), 315
 +
 +
Middlesbrough Contract, 547
 +
 +
“ More*,” New P. and O. Liner, 705
 +
 +
Motor-Boats for West Africa, 487
 +
 +
Oil-Carrying Steamer “Trinculo,” 857
 +
 +
“ Orella,” Auxiliary Schooner, 445
 +
 +
“ Orsova,” New Orient Liner, 654
 +
 +
“ Otway,” New Orient Liner, 721
 +
 +
P. and *0. Sailing List, 764
 +
 +
Pendulum Propeller, 243
 +
 +
“ Perseus” (Holt Line), 13
 +
 +
Petroleum Steamer, 177
 +
 +
Port la Luz Slipway, 108
 +
 +
Russian Shipping, 220
 +
 +
Shipwreck Returns (Lloyd’s), 142,446
 +
 +
Shipyard Accidents, 354
 +
 +
South American Lighters, 315
 +
 +
“ Stig-Stad,” Patent Side-Tank Steamer, 479
 +
 +
Spanish Coasting Steamer, 856
 +
 +
Swedish German Steam-Ferry Service, 186 461,479
 +
 +
Tail-Shaft Repair under Water, 600
 +
 +
Tide-Tables, 57
 +
 +
Turbo-Electric Fire-Service Boats, 88
 +
 +
Wales and London ; Increased Service, 583
 +
 +
Yacht-Launch, 26-Knot, 790
 +
 +
Societies. See Technical, &c., or Trades, &c
 +
 +
Strikes. See Trade Societies, &c.
 +
 +
Technical Societies, Congresses, &c.:
 +
 +
Acaddmie des Sciences, 755
 +
 +
Acetylene Association of Chicago, 547
 +
 +
Aero Club Institute, 487
 +
 +
Aeroplane Club (Proposed), 407
 +
 +
Airway Motor Club, 73
 +
 +
AlbGermany Pig-Iron Union (Proposed), 23
 +
 +
American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 791
 +
 +
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 582 Association of Locomotive Engineers and Carriage and Wagon Superintendents, 764
 +
 +
Association of Teachers in Technical Institutes, 589
 +
 +
Association of Water Engineers, 545, 764
 +
 +
Technical Societies—continued.
 +
 +
Barlow and District Association of Engineers, 548
 +
 +
Birmingham Association of Mechanical Engineers, 787
 +
 +
British Foundrymen’s Association, 478
 +
 +
Central Railway Club, 407
 +
 +
Ceramic Society, English, 41
 +
 +
City and Guilds of London Institute, 40, 546
 +
 +
Concrete Institute, 646, 720, 856
 +
 +
Incorporated Institution of Automobile Engineers (Birmingham), 853
 +
 +
Incorporated Institution of Automobile Engineers (Graduates), 583
 +
 +
Institute of Marine Engineers, 184, 441, 636, 823
 +
 +
Institute of Metals, 628, 748
 +
 +
Institution of Automobile Engineers, 522
 +
 +
Institution of Civil Engineers, 592
 +
 +
Institution of Civil Engineers (Students), 787, 865
 +
 +
Institution of Civil Engineers (Yorkshire Students), 651
 +
 +
Institution of Electrical Engineers, 12, 13, 583
 +
 +
Institution of Electrical Engineers (Leeds), 618, 628
 +
 +
Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 720
 +
 +
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 12
 +
 +
Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Graduates), 41, 522, 697, 869
 +
 +
Institution of Mining Engineers, 238, 316
 +
 +
Institution of Naval Architects, 547
 +
 +
Institution of Technical Engineers, 109
 +
 +
International Commission on Reinforced Concrete, 555
 +
 +
International Conference on Electrical Units, 177
 +
 +
International Congress on Applied Chemistry, 9
 +
 +
International Congress of Refrigerating Industries, 322, 420, 547
 +
 +
International Electro-Technical Commission, 487
 +
 +
International Fire-Service Council, 396
 +
 +
International Radiotelegraphic Convention, 12 Iron and Steel Institute, 275, 351, 755, 763 Junior Institution of Engineers, 615, 654, 704, 747, 799
 +
 +
London School of Economics and Political Science, 387
 +
 +
Manchester Association of Engineers, 152, 822 Midland Institute of Mining Engineers, 546,823 Midland Railway Engineering Club, 668 North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and
 +
 +
Shipbuilders, 651
 +
 +
Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, 513
 +
 +
Royal Institution, 689, 792
 +
 +
Royal Sanitary Institute, 243
 +
 +
Royal Society of Arts, 12
 +
 +
Rugby Engineering Society, 755
 +
 +
Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists, 790
 +
 +
Siemens Stafford Engineering Society, 687,764
 +
 +
Society de 1’Industrie Minerale, 242
 +
 +
Society of Engineers, 72, 823, 850
 +
 +
Society of Engineers and Civil and Mechanical Engineers’ Society, 39
 +
 +
South Wales Institute of Engineers, 583
 +
 +
Surveyors’ Institution, 733, 761
 +
 +
Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker, 13
 +
 +
West of Scotland Foremen Engineers’ Association, 865
 +
 +
West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, 720
 +
 +
Telegraphy. See Electricity
 +
 +
Telephony. See Electricity
 +
 +
Trade. See Coal, Iron and Steel Markets, Shipbuilding, Electricity, and Industries
 +
 +
Trade Societies, Unions. Strikes, &c.:
 +
 +
Alabama Miners’ Strike, 120, 354 “American Federationist/’ 286, 422, 596, 701 Arbitration in the Shipbuilding Trades, 596 Australian Excise Tariff Act, 24
 +
 +
Australian Labour Ministry, 702, 767
 +
 +
Australian Labour Party and Politics, 630 Barnes, Retirement of Mr. G. N., 222, 252 Barrow Iron and Steel-Workers’ Wages, 24 Belfast Iron-Moulders’ Wages Question, 252
 +
 +
Belfast Shipyard Activity, 558
 +
 +
Birmingham Company and the 48-Hour Week, 271, 318, 353
 +
 +
Blacksmiths’ Society, Associated, 120, 252, 730, 836
 +
 +
Blast-Furnacemen’s Wages, 41, 176, 478
 +
 +
Blind Workers and Union Rates, 874
 +
 +
Board of Trade Labour Department, 24
 +
 +
Board of Trade Reports as to Labour, 119, 285, 422, 455, 489, 557, 730, 873
 +
 +
Boilermakers and Shipbuilders’ Society, 23, 153, 422, 596, 730
 +
 +
Bombay Mill Operatives’ Strike, 120, 187, 222
 +
 +
Trade Societies, Unions, &c»—continued.
 +
 +
Boot and Shoe Operatives, National Union of, 52, 286, 390, 489, 667, 802
 +
 +
Boot and Shoe Trade Wages, 489
 +
 +
Budapest Joiners and Carpenters’ Strike, 318
 +
 +
Californian Investigation of European Labour Methods, 629
 +
 +
Carpenters and Joiners’ Society, 89, 222, 390, 558, 701, 835
 +
 +
Carpenters and Joiners’ Strike ; Franco-British Exhibition, 222
 +
 +
Chinese on British Ships, 24
 +
 +
Cleveland Miners’ Wages, 73, 619
 +
 +
Conciliation and Arbitration Boards, 489
 +
 +
Conway v. Wade, 153
 +
 +
Co-Operative Society at Cardiff, 90
 +
 +
Cork Dock-Labourers’ Strike, 702
 +
 +
Cotton Industry Situation, 89
 +
 +
Cotton-Spinners, Federation of Master, 836
 +
 +
Cotton-Spinners, Operative, 120, 252, 390, 524, 701, 836
 +
 +
Cotton Trade ; Suggested Sliding-Scale, 730, 802
 +
 +
Cotton Trade Wages, 153, 222, 286, 318, 353, 390, 422, 455, 489, 524, 558, 596, 630, 666
 +
 +
Dublin Dockers’ Strike, 89, 120
 +
 +
Durham Miners’ Association, 222, 489, 666, 802
 +
 +
Durham Miners’ Wages, 702
 +
 +
Dutch Labour Troubles, 252
 +
 +
Engineering, &c., Trades; Situation, 286
 +
 +
Engineers, Amalgamated Society of, 89, 222, 255, 390, 524, 666, 835
 +
 +
Engineers’ Parliamentary Candidates, 90
 +
 +
Engineers’ Wages at Manchester, 836
 +
 +
Fluctuation of Wages, 120, 286, 422, 455, 558, 730,873
 +
 +
French Labour Conflicts, 364
 +
 +
French Strikes, Increase of, 243
 +
 +
French Students of British Industrial Methods, 629
 +
 +
General Federation of Trades, 24, 52, 390, 701
 +
 +
German Labour Organisation ; British Investigation, 767
 +
 +
German Strikes, 717, 802
 +
 +
Glasgow Plumbers’ Dispute, 455, 489
 +
 +
Glass-Blowers’ Congress, 353
 +
 +
Great Eastern Railway Company’s Notices, 353, 422, 455, 489
 +
 +
Hollesley Bay ; Home Colonisation, 353
 +
 +
Home-Work; Report of Select Committee, 187
 +
 +
Illegal Stoppage of Work, Incitement to, 187
 +
 +
Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Amendment Bill (New Zealand), 89
 +
 +
Industrial Notes, 23, 52, 89, 119, 153, 187, 222, 252, 285, 317, 353, 390, 422, 455, 489, 523, 557, 596, 629. 666, 701, 730, 767, 801, 835, 873
 +
 +
Industrial Situation, 119, 285,422, 557, 596, 730, 873
 +
 +
International Trade Union ; Central Organisation’s Report, 318
 +
 +
Iron and Steel Trade ; Board of Trade Returns, 730
 +
 +
Ironfounders’ Society, 24, 89, 120, 222, 390, 455, 558, 701, 835
 +
 +
Ironmoulders’ Society, 89, 252, 422, 558, 666, 801
 +
 +
Ironworkers’ Journal, 52, 252, 390, 558, 666, 801
 +
 +
Ironworkers’ Wages, 52, 143, 176, 318, 390,445, 666, 721, 754, 801
 +
 +
Labour Party Conference, 702, 873
 +
 +
Labour Party Secretaries, 89
 +
 +
Labour Party’s Quarterly Circular, 666
 +
 +
Labour ; Wages and Hours, 455
 +
 +
Labourers’ Protection ; Exhibition, 446
 +
 +
Legal Responsibility of Unions, 836
 +
 +
Livesey, Funeral of Sir George, 524
 +
 +
London and North-Western Railway Conciliation Board, 597
 +
 +
Macara, Mr.; Legion of Honour, 767
 +
 +
Macclesfield Silk Weavers’Dispute, 318
 +
 +
Metropolitan Vehicular Workers’Federation, 53
 +
 +
Midland Railway Company’s Employes, 252
 +
 +
Midland Railway Conciliation Board, 667
 +
 +
Miners’ (Federated) Wages, 252, 286
 +
 +
Miners’ Federation and the Labour Party, 523
 +
 +
Miners’ Federation, National, 523
 +
 +
Miners and Non-Unionists, 24, 353
 +
 +
Miners’ Eight-Hours Bill, 23, 53, 90, 120, 546, 596, 630, 702, 836, 873
 +
 +
Minimum Wage Question, 53
 +
 +
Municipal Employes’ Association and Woolwich Branch, 120
 +
 +
National Free Labour Association, 489,596, 629
 +
 +
New Zealand and Industrial Arbitration, 120
 +
 +
North-East Coast Dispute, 23, 52, 222, 286, 318, 353, 390, 422, 547
 +
 +
North-Eastern Railway Dispute, 53, 222, 252
 +
 +
North-West Engineers’ Wages, 630
 +
 +
Northrop Strike Case, 53
 +
 +
Trade Societies, Unions, &c.—continued.
 +
 +
Northumberland Miners’ Association, 24, 53,767 Northumberland Miners and Piece-Work, 767 Northumberland Miners’ Wages, 52, 489. 767
 +
 +
Old-Age Pensions, 23, 52, 153, 222, 596, 767
 +
 +
Old-Age Pensions and Mr. Lloyd George, 353
 +
 +
Old-Age Pensions ; New Zealand Scheme, 767
 +
 +
Overtime in Engineering Trades, 153
 +
 +
Paris Building Trade Strike, 187, 222
 +
 +
Postmen’s Early-Hour Question, 489
 +
 +
Potteries Trade Wages, 455
 +
 +
Printers’ Assistants, Operative, 222
 +
 +
Printing-Machine Managers’ Society, 597
 +
 +
Railway Servants, Amalgamated Society of, 523, 835
 +
 +
Railway Conciliation Boards’ Case, 153
 +
 +
Railway Disputes, Settlement of, 219
 +
 +
Railway Shareholders and Mr. Bell, 90
 +
 +
Rhondda Valley Miners’ Strike, 422
 +
 +
Rossendale Slipper-Makers’ Dispute, 252
 +
 +
Salvation Army Joinery and Fair Wages, 120
 +
 +
Scotch Miners’ Wages, 391, 597, 767
 +
 +
Sheffield Moulders’ Wages, 688, 702, 754, 823, 837
 +
 +
Sheffield Unemployed, 583
 +
 +
Shipbuilding Trades’ Agreement, 596
 +
 +
Skilled Labour Report, 119, 285, 422, 557, 730, 873
 +
 +
South Wales Miners’ Breach of Contract, 802
 +
 +
South Wales Miners’ Dispute, 455
 +
 +
South Wales Miners’ Wages, 630, 767
 +
 +
South Wales Steel-Workers’ Wages, 52
 +
 +
St. Helens Miners’ Strike, 153
 +
 +
Staffordshire and Worcestershire Miners’ Strike, 422
 +
 +
Steam-Engine Makers’ Society, 52
 +
 +
Strike Statistics, 120, 286, 422, 489,558, 730,873
 +
 +
Swansea, &c., Ironfounders’ Strike, 222
 +
 +
Swiss Anti-Strike Legislation, 274
 +
 +
Sydney Tramwaymen’s Strike, 187
 +
 +
Thornycroft’s Boiler-Makers, 455
 +
 +
Tool-Makers, Engineers, and Machinists Society, 153
 +
 +
Tooting Tube-Workers’ Strike, 252
 +
 +
Tottenham Gas Company ; Profit-Sharing, 252
 +
 +
Trade-Union Grants’ Case, 153
 +
 +
Trade-Union Labels in New South Wales, 222 Trade Unionism and Sir Christopher Furness, 353, 455, 523, 558, 596, 630, 702, 801
 +
 +
“ Trade* and Labour Gazette,” 120, 286
 +
 +
Trades Union Congress, 317, 354, 629
 +
 +
Unemployed; Government Proposals, 596, 629 Unemployed Relief Works, 422, 489, 667 Unemployment Act (New), 153, 873
 +
 +
Unemployment in South Yorkshire. 512, 546
 +
 +
Unemployment and Board of Trade Returns, 873
 +
 +
Unemployment and Depressions, 187
 +
 +
Unemployment Problem, 318, 455, 596, 666, 873
 +
 +
Unemployment and the Trades Congress, 317 Unionism and Politics, 523
 +
 +
Union M.P.’s and Compulsory Levies, 767, 801, 802, 835
 +
 +
United States Labour Party and Politics, 83, 120, 252, 286, 420, 596, 701, 767
 +
 +
United States Steel Corporation Wages, 547 Walsall Colliers’ Strike, 837
 +
 +
Wednesbury Carriage, &c., Company’s Employes, 318
 +
 +
Wolverhampton Girder-Workers’ Strike, 252
 +
 +
Tramways :
 +
 +
Cardiff; Penarth Scheme, 445
 +
 +
Freund’s Automatic Track-Brake, 86
 +
 +
German Companies’ Dividends, 755
 +
 +
Glasgow Corporation, 71
 +
 +
Hong Kong Tramway Tunnel, 791
 +
 +
Weight of American Electric Cars, 619
 +
 +
World’s Tramways, 221
 +
 +
Tunneniug:
 +
 +
Detroit Tunnel (Michigan Central), 479
 +
 +
Elbe Tunnel, 210
 +
 +
Great Western Railway Tunnel, 407
 +
 +
Hong Kong Tramway Tunnel, 791
 +
 +
Lotschberg Tunnel. 176
 +
 +
Pyrenean Railway Tunnel, 563
 +
 +
St. Clair Tunnel; Electrification, 728 Woolwich Footway Tunnel, 688
 +
 +
Vehicles. See Cars, Motor, and Railways,
 +
 +
Warships. See Naval
 +
 +
Water Works:
 +
 +
Argentine, 583
 +
 +
1 Calcutta, Water-Mains for, 39
 +
 +
Cape Town Supply, 669, 850
 +
 +
Cardiff Supply, 243, 273
 +
 +
Dartmouth Supply, 479
 +
 +
Devonport Supply, 143, 583
 +
 +
Pipes, Reinforced-Concrete, 689
 +
 +
Tynemouth Supply, 143
  
 
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Accidents

Coal-Mining, Fatal Accidents in, 243, 784

Factory and Workshop Accidents (Committee), 689

Home Office and Shipyard Accidents, 354

United States ; Accidents to Employes, 243

Agriculture:

British Engine Exports, 563

Motor Competition (Winnipeg), 856

Royal Agricultural Society’s Show ; Erratum t 73

Smithfield Club Show. Errata, 823

Alloys. See Mechanics

Appointments:

Allen and Co., Limited, Edgar; Directorate, 40

East London College ; Mathematical Lecturer, 453

Iron and Steel Institute ; Secretary, 755

Master Cutler (Hallamshire), 274, 445, 512

United States Navy ; Engineer-in-Chief, 107

Armour. See Naval

Artillery. See Guns

Automobiles. See Motor-Cars

Boilers. See Engines and Boilers

Bridges:

Bizerta Transporter ; Removal, 791

Scherzer Rolling-Lift Bridges, 755

Transporter Bridges, 17, 41

Canals:

Argentine, 815

Canadian, 274

Corinth, 420

Exeter Ship, 791

Hamburg-Harburg Waterway (Proposed), 316

Manchester Ship, 177

Panama, 139, 243, 379, 619, 764, 824, 870

Cars, Motor. See Motor-Cars.

Catalogues:

58, 92, 124, 160, 259, 291, 420, 495, 563, 600,

672, 705, 738,771, 874

A.E.G. (South Africa), 705

Abdella and Mitchell, Limited, Isaac J., 92

Adamson, Ramsbottom, and Co., Limited, 874

Alexander Manufacturing Company, 600

Allan and Son, A., 738

American Coal and Shipping Company, 58

American Spiral-Pipe Works, 738

Anderson, T. Scott, 600

Armorduct Manufacturing Company, Limited,

495, 672, 705

Armoured Tubular Flooring Company, 600

Archdale and Co. Limited, James, 92

Armstrong, Stevens, and Son, 672

Asquith, Limited, William, 495

Atlas Resilient Road-Wheels, Limited, 259

Bach, Markus M., 58

Bailey and Co Limited, W. H., 160

Baker and Sons, Limited, 495

Baldwin Locomotive Works, 420

Barclay, Sons, and Co., Limited, Andrew, 259

Barlow and Ohidlaw, 259

Bateman’s Machine-Tool Company, Limited, 874

Beanland, Parkin, and Co., Limited, 259

Bedford Engineering Company, 58

Beeston Foundry Company, Limited, 563

Bell Rock Belting Company, 705

Bennis and Co., Limited, Ed., 705, 874

Blackman Export Company, Limited, 495

Blackstone and Co., Limited, 874

Bridge and Co., David, 495

Brill Company, J. G, 495

British Aluminium Company, Limited, 581

British Electric Transformer Company, Limited, 58, 738

British Fuel-Economiser and Smoke-Preventer, 124

British Gas-Furnace and Tool Company, Limited, 705

British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited,

124, 259, 672

Brockie-Pell Arc-Lamp Company, 495

Brown and Co. (Bankhall), Limited, W. B..

738

Brdwn Hoisting Machinery Company, 124, 874

Brown, Robert, 495

Buck and Hickman, Limited, 738

Cai rd and Rayner, 672

Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company.

Limited, 124

Campbell Gas-Engine Company, Limited, 738

Candy and Co., 92

Carborundum Company, 495

Carruthers and Co., Limited, J. H., 771

Carter, Sons, and Co., Limited, J., 259

Carver, Limited, C. F., 58

Catalogues—continued.

Casella and Co., 0. F., 672

Casmey, W. H., 259

Chain-Belt Engineering Company, Limited, 874

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, 600

Churchill and Co., Limited, Charles, 291, 738

Combination Metallic Packing Company,

Limited, 705

Consett Iron Company, Limited, 495

Cotton-Powder Company, Limited, 600, 771

Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Limited, 771

Crittall Manufacturing Company, Limited, 58

Croft and Perkins, Limited, 124

Crosby’s Steam-Gauge and Valve Company, 58

Crosier, Stephens, and Co., 738

A Daimler Motor Company (1904), Limited, 771

Dampney and Co., Limited, J., 771

Dargue, Griffiths, and Co., Limited, 58

Davey, Paxman, and Co., Limited, 495

Davidson and Co., Limited, 672

Davies and Son, T., 259|

De Bergue and Co., Limited, 92

De Dion Bouton (1907), Limited, 495

Dean Brothers, 672

Dewrance and Co., 771

Direct Gas-Fuel, Limited, 58

Donkin Company, Limited, Bryan, 771

Down, Fred. J., 160

Drake and Gorham, Limited, 495, 672

Easton and Melville, Limited, 771

Eichhorn, M. J., 771

Electric and Ordnance Accessories, Ltd., 874

Electrical Company, Limited, 58, 420, 563, 771

Emanuel and Sons, Limited, A., 705

Farringdon Engineering Company, 92

Ferrofix Brazing Company, 672

Flowerdew and Co., 58

Fraser and Chalmers, Limited, 771

Garvin Machine Company, 672

Geipel and Co., William, 58, 124

General Electric Company, Limited, 92, 291, 672

Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 124

Glover and Co., Limited, W. T., 58

Glover’s Water-Tube Boiler Company, Limited, 672

Green and Boulding, Limited, 600

Grbndal Kjellin Company, Limited, 420

Harvey and Co., G. A., 420

Heatly-Gresham Engineering Company, Li

mited, 672

Heenan and Froude, 738

Herbert, Limited, Alfred, 124, 563, 874

Hetherington and Sons, Limited, John, 705

Hill and Herbert, Limited, 672

Hines’ Patents, Limited, 705

Holmes and Co., J. J., 672

Holroyd and Co., Limited, John, 600

Hope and Sons, Limited, Henry, 92

India-Rubber, Gutta-Percha, and Telegraph

Works Company, Limited, 58, 420

Jackman and Co., Limited, J. W., 600

Johnson and Phillips. Limited, 420, 672, 771

Jones, Pollard, and Shipman, Limited, A. A., 738

Key Engineering Company, Limited, 124

Kynoch, Limited, 420

Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Limited, 600

Lanchester Motor Company, Limited, 738

Lassen and Hjort, 58

Layton, C.E., 672

Lidgerwood Manufacturing Company, 160

Linolite Company, 563

Loewe and Co., Limited, Ludw., 291

Lunkenheimer Company, 58, 259

Machine-Tool Company, Limited, 58

Maclaren and Co., Robert, 92

Main and Co., Limited, A. and J., 495

Mansfield and Sons, Limited, 874

Mason’s Gas-Power Company, Limited, 738

Massey, B. and S., 771

Matthews and Yates, Limited, 259

Mavor and Coulson, Limited, 58

Mawdsleys, Limited, 563

McNeill and Co., F., 738

Measures Brothers, Limited, 738

Midland Brothers’ Engineering Company, 58

Miller and Co., Ira, 259

Milton and Co., 705

Mirrlees-Watson Company, Limited, 874

Morin, M. H., 874

Morris-Hawkins, Limited, 874

Morton and Co., Limited, Francis, 705

Musgrave Brothers, 92

Musgrave and Sons, Limited, John, 600

Nalder Brothers and Thompson, Limited, 771

Nettlefold and Sons, Limited, 672

Nicholson and Co., J. H., 291

Niles-Bement-Pond Company, 291, 600

North British Lifting and Moving Appliance

Company, Limited, 874

Catalogues—continued.

North-Western Expanded Metal Company, 420

Orenstein and Koppel, 58

Palatine Engineering Company, Limited, 92

Parkinson and Son, J., 92

Parnall and Sons, Limited, 160

Patent Indented Steel-Bar Company, Limited, 124, 705

Paul, Robt. W., 874

Popling (J ), Actien-Gesellschaft, 874

Power and Mining Machinery Company, 495

Pratt and Whitney Company, 874

Premier Gas-Engine Company, Limited, 495

Pulsometer Engineering Company, Limited, 291

Ransomes and Rapier, Limited, 705

Renold, Hans, Limited, 771

Reyrolle and Co., Limited, A., 92, 738

Riches and Co., G. T., 124

Rimington Brothers, 160

Roy and Co., W. H., 600

Sagar and Co., Limited, J., 705

Sanitas Electrical Company, 58

Santoni Arc-Lamp and Engineering Company, Limited, 495

Schaffer and Budenberg, Limited, 495

Shand, Mason and Co., 291

Shaw and Son, Limited, Joseph, 420

Shorland and Brother, E. H., 160

Siemens Brothers and Co., Limited, 259, 600

Sloan Electric Company, Limited, 58, 874

Smart and Brown, 58

Smith and Grace, Limited, 705

Somerville and Co., D. G., 92, 563

Spencer, Limited, John, 160, 291

Stanhope Water Engineering Company, Limited, 672

Stanley and Co., Limited, W. F., 124

Steel Company of Scotland, 738

Stern Sonneborn Oil Company, Limited, 771

Stirling Boiler Company, Limited, 124

Storey and Co., John H., 738

Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 92

Stuckenholz Engineering Company, 672

Sturtevant Engineering Company, Limited, 259, 672

Swan, Hunter, and Wigham Richardson, Limited, 874

Tangyes, Limited, 495

Taylor, Charles, 495

Taylor, G. Herbert, 160

Thermotank Ventilating Company, 705

Tough and Henderson, 124

Trussed Concrete Steel Company, Limited, 705

Turner, Limited, E. R. and F., 124

Underfeed Stoker Company, Limited, 124

United Motor Industries, Limited, 563

Vai de Travers Asphalte Paving Company, Limited, 705

Vaughan and Son, Limited, 160, 705

Wade, Sons, and Co., Limited, Richard, 92

Walker and Co., James, 563

Walsh and Clark, Limited, 124

Ward, Limited, Thomas W., 121, 672, 874

Warden and Co., A., 705

Warner and Co., Limited, Robert, 874

Warner Engineering Company, Limited, 58

Webster and Bennett, Limited, 92

Weldless Chain Company, Limited, 705

Wells and Co., Matthew, 495

Westinghouse Brake Company, Limited, 92

Whittaker and Co., Limited, C., 738

Wilkinson and Sons, G., 563

Winkler, Fallert, and Co., 672

Worthington Pump Company, 92

Wright and Co., Limited, Alex., 124

Wright and Wood, Limited, 58

Coal:

Admiralty Contracts, 619

American Government Contracts, 689, 755

Belgian Coal, 268, 667

Belgian Imports, 455

Belgian Railway Fuel, 857

British Coal for Sweden, 755

British Exports, 40, 72, 564, 702

Californian Trade, 37

Cardiff, 13, 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 211, 243, 275, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 479, 513, 547, 583, 619, 655, 689, 721, 755, 791, 823, 857

Coal-Dust Explosions, 655

Eastern Consumption, 748

Electric Winding-Engine, Pontypridd, 12

Explosions in Mines, 243

Explosions in Mines: Investigation of Causes, 57

Foreign, &c., Contracts for Welsh Coal, 73, 211, 243, 445, 479, 547, 583, 721, 832

German Imports, 672

Hamburg Coal, 388

Hull Trade, 242, 378, 512, 655

Indian Coal, 545

King Edward Colliery (Notts), 379

€oal—continued.

Machine-Gut Coal, 242

Middlesbrough, 13, 275, 379, 407, 583, 655, 823 857

Notts Coal, 387, 445

Nova Scotia Coal, 696

Paris-Lyons Railway Contract, 619

Prussian Coal, 720

Sheffield, 12, 40,73, 109, 142, 176, 211, 242, 274, 302, 351, 379, 406, 445, 512, 546, 583, 618, 655, 688, 726, 754, 790, 823

South African Output, 122

South Wales Output, 379

Spitsbergen Coal, 411, 764

United States: Improved Working of Mines, 220

Washery (Coal) at Cardiff, 513

Welsh Coal for Ireland, 791

Welsh Colliery Syndicates, 41

Welsh Combine, 755

Welsh Exports, 73, 211, 379, 407, 513, 689, 823

Welsh Seams, &c. (New), 13, 243, 655, 791

Yorkshire Boring (New), 583

Yorkshire Seams (New), 36

Companies:

Brightside Foundry, 274

Brown and Co., Limited, John, 12

Bruce-Peebles and Co., Limited, 822

Cammell, Laird, and Co., 73

Cardiff Railways Company, 302

Cockerill Company, John, 668

Cramp and Sons, William, 108

Davy Brothers, Limited, 12

Dominion Iron and Steel Company, 88

Elsinore Iron-Shipbuilding Company, 754

Fox and Co., Samuel, 211

Hull and Barnsley Railway Company, 211

Ibbotson Brothers, 350

Krupp, Fried., 275

Manvers Main Colliery Company, 303

Normanby Iron Works Company, Limited, 143

Poetter and Co., 124

Port Talbot, 275

Prussian Limited Companies, 39

Rhymney Iron Company, 13

Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., 689

Sheepbridge Coal and Iron Company, 303, 406

Sheffield United Gas Company, 350

Staveley Coal and Iron Company, 379

Western Union Telegraph Company, 857

Defence of Coasts* See Naval

Drainage* See Sewage

Electric Tramways. See Tramway &

Electricity:

Accumulator, Zinc-Alkali-Nickel, 791

Anemometer, Electrical, 42

Argentine : Electrical Developments, 583

Argentine Telegraphy, 570

Baden : Hydro-Electric Power, 92

Barretter (Gati), 838

Breakdown at Lot’s Road; Erratum, 513

Cardiff, Electricity at, 583

Collieries, Power for, 791

Conductors and Excessive Voltages, 13

Electric Conductivity and Absolute Temperature, 251

Electric Oscillations, Slow, 789

“ Electrical World and Record,” 479

Electrolysis of Chromium Chromate, 689

“ The Electron,” 36

Explosive Flames ; Conductivity with Different Electrodes, 222

G.-B. Surface Tramway System, 823

German Accumulator Works, Hygiene in, 211

German State Electricity Monopoly, 303

Gerihan Submarine Telegraphy, 428

Hydjo-EIectric Installation in Valais Canton, 799

Marseilles Exhibition, 72

“ Mechanical World ” Electrical Pocket-Book, 619

Melbourne Telephony, 268

MUngsten Electric Power-Station Struck by Lightning, 303

Nitrate, Electric Production of, 857

Norwegian Hydro-Electric Installation, 307

Oxford, Electrical Laboratory for, 5

Paper Mills, Electrically-Driven, 9

Plymouth, Electricity at, 243

Radiotelegraphic Communication with Balloons, 619

St. Clair Tunnel ; Electrification, 728

Tantalum Lamps, 546

Telephone in Constantinople, 453

Telephony in Stockholm, 488

Thermo-Couples of Graphite, 37

Three-Phase Generator; Mechanical Model, 162

Towers for Power-Transmission Lines, 235

Electricity—continued.

Train-Lighting System of the G.E.Z., 72

Verity’s Electrical Supplies, 513

Westinghouse Unit-Typa Switch-Gear; Addendum, 655

“ Wireless ” Progress, 160

Wireless Telephony at Portsmouth, 513

EngineerIllg. See Shipbuilding and Industrie*

Engines and Boilers :

Composition, Anti-Scaling, 738

Firing, Combined Coal and Gas, 143

Reciprocating and Turbine Machinery of “ .Lauren tic,” 379

Reciprocating Engine ; Probable Future, 822

Turbines (Steam) for German Torpedo Boats, 242

Errata and Addenda:

100-Horse-Power Paraffin Marine Motor, 406

Automatic Rapid-Acting Vacuum-Brake for

Goods Trains, 177

Breakdown at Lot’s Road, 513

Cold, International Congress on, 547

Micro-Structure and Mechanical Properties of Steel, 800

Olympia Motor-Car Exhibition, 865

Refuse-Disposal at Portsmouth, 822

Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 73

Smithfield Club Show, 823

Testing of Alloys, 86

Train-Lighting System of the G.E.Z., 72

Westinghouse Unit-Type Switch-Gear, 655

Works of Peter Brotherhood, Limited, 103

Exhibitions:

Marseilles Electrical, 72

Prague, 41

Smoke-Prevention Appliances, 688

Space Contracts, Annulment of, 698

Turin, 407

Winnipeg Industrial, 856

Explosions* See Engines and Boiler

Explosives. See Guns

Gas and Gas Engines:

American Tests of Large Gas-Engines, 791

Gas v. Electricity at Sheffield, 351

Gas-Firing in Furnaces, 41

Gas and Gas Works Directory, 583

Gas-Leakages and Colliery Workings, 303

Gas-Mantle Manufacture, Incandescent, 73

Globe Safety Gas-Lighting, 591

Livesey Memorial Fund, 819

Producer Gas and Gas-Firing, 748

Guns and Explosives;

Field-Guns, French and German, 239

Naval, &c., Ordnance: International Comparisons, 58

Schneider’s Sales, 143

Smokeless Powders, 379

Turin State Gun, &c., Factory, 220

Harbours, Piers, Ac.:

Arctic Ocean Port, 173

Barry Graving Dock, 689

Brazil Port Works, 303, 787

Brazilian Dry-Dock, 818

Brest Deep-Sea Dock, 298

Callao Floating Dock, 316

Faroe Islands; Proposed Harbour, 350

German Dock Accommodation, 788

Good wick Quayside Extension, 303

Hartlepool Tidal Basin, 177

Immingham Docks, 109

Korsor Harbour; Ferry Accommodation, 407

Loire, Deepening of, 291

Marseilles Improvements, 158

Newport (Alexandra) Docks, 177

Paris Port, 343

Pol a Floating Dock, 305

Portsmouth New Lock, 211

Sennen Breakwater, 143

Sharpness Docks, 721

Southampton New Docks, 649

Tide-Recorders for Japan, 546

Wembury Docks, 791

Industries:

Alcohol ; Sources of Production, 790

Aluminium, Future of, 351

American Locomotive Production, 40

Austrian Petroleum Combine, 184

Census of Production, 242

Census of Production Act, 513, 573, 668, 819

German Cement, 139

Locomotive Exports, 41, 220, 531, 479, 497, 754

Russian Imports of Machinery, 210

Russian Iron Syndicate, 688

Statistics of Trades, 388

Stockholm and Factory Sites, &c., 513

Swansea Valley Tin, &c., Trade, 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 351, 379, 407, 479, 513, 547, 619, 689, 721, 755, 791

Tendencies in Modern Industry, 790, 823

York as an Industrial Centre, 316

Institutions. See Technical Societies

Iron and Steel!

All-Germany Pig-Iron Union, 23

American Steel Production, 14

Armour-Plates, Casting of, 721

Belgian Blast-Furnaces, 255, 509, 838

Belgian Girders, 388, 558

Belgian Rails, 445, 857

Bessemer Gold Medal Award, 763

British Ore Imports, 672, 790

British Rail Exports, 92, 242, 438, 754, 767, 790

Canadian Rails for India, 589

Chinese Iron-Mines, 192

Cleveland, 13, 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 211, 243, 275, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 478, 513, 547, 583, 619, 655, 689, 721, 755, 790, 823, 857

Cohesion of Steel, 453

Dowlais, 13, 41,73, 109, 243, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 479, 513, 547, 583, 619, 689, 721, 755, 791

Dunderland (Norway) Deposits, 275

Electric Furnaces, Application of, 619

Electric Steel Works in Schaffhausen, 512

French Iron Minerals, 211

French Pig Production, 487

German Consumption, 583

11*011 and Steel—continued.

German Iron Production, 202

German Pig-Iron Production, 285, 316, 561 824

German Steel Rails, 856

Hungarian Purchase of Ore Deposits, 139

Ingot, Record Nickel, 303

Lake Superior Ore, 300

Lancashire, 24, 120, 153, 455, 524, 558, 596, 630, 702

Luxembourg Steel Production, 211

Middlesbrough Statistics, 41, 513

Midland Trade, 24, 120, 153, 252, 521, 558, 596, 630, 702

Nickel-Steel Manufacture, 40

Permanent-Way Exports, 107, 495

Rail Contracts, 655

Rolled-Steel Sections ; Weights of Lengths, 211

Russian Deposits, 427

Russian Pig Production, 446

Russian Production, 251

Rusting of Iron, 53, 461

Scotch Imports, 688

Scotch Trade, 12, 40, 72, 108, 142, 176, 210, 242,

274, 302, 350, 378, 406, 444, 478, 512, 546, 582,

618, 655, 688, 720, 754,822, 856

Sheffield, 12, 40, 73, 109, 142, 176, 211, 242, 274, 303, 351, 378, 406, 445, 512, 546, 583, 618, 655, 688, 721, 754, 790, 823

Steel-Sheet Piling (New), 120

Swedish and English Rails, 211

Swedish Production, 617

Tees Shipments, 13, 109, 177, 303, 445, 619, 755

Trade Inactivity, 89

Tubes, Relative Corrosion of Steel and

Wrought Iron, 771

United States Blast-Furnaces, 857

United States Steel Corporation Output, 547

Welding Iron Sheets, 395

Welsh Rails for India, 857

Irrigation:

Formosa, 857

Indian, 751

North American, 614

Labour Questions. See Trade Societies, &c.

Light. Electric. See Electricity

Machine Tools. See Mechanics

Markets:

Cleveland, 13', 41, 73, 109, 143, 177, 211, 243,

275, 303, 351, 379, 407, 445, 478, 513, 517, 583,

619, 655, 689, 721, 755, 790, 823, 857

Glasgow Pig-Iron, 12, 40, 72, 108, 142, 176, 210, 242, 274, 302, 350, 378, 403, 444, 478, 512, 546 582, 618, 655, 688, 720, 754, 822, 856

Hamburg Metal Exchange (Proposed), 72

Sulphate of Ammonia, 12, 40, 72,142, 176 210 242, 274, 302, 350, 378, 406, 444, 478, 512, 546,’ 582, 618, 655, 688, 720, 751, 822, 856

Swedish Iron Market, 304

Mechanics:

Abbott Versimetric Chart, 667

Air and other Gases ; Liquefaction, 838

Aluminium Welding, 275, 316

Austenite and Manganese Steel, 445

Baryundum, 118

• Cement; Micrographical Examinations, 453 Chromium-Chromate, Electrolysis of, 689 Chronograph and Camera Combination, 513

Colloidal Compounds of Alkaline Earth, 689

Colour and Temperature, 512

Crushers for the Laboratory, 648

Cuprous Iodide (Solid); Electric Conductivity, 141

Electric Conductivity and Absolute Temperature, 251

Electric Oscillations, Slow, 789

Element, New, 498

Emery-Wheel Guard, 259

End Friction; Effect on Resistance of Bar to Compression, 865

English Channel Water ; Analysis, 857

Ferro-Silicon ; Decomposition, 648

Ferro-Silicon ; Poisonous and Explosive

Character, 531

Fire-Extinguishing Tanks, 420

Gears, “ Unica ” Silent, 721

Grinding, Commercial Precision, 869

Grbndal Charcoal-Kiln; Tests, 316

Helium, Liquefaction of, 109

Hydraulic Machine-Tools, 615

Hydraulic Ram, Working of, 41

Hydrogen for Balloons, 455

Iridium and Rhodium Crucibles, 451

Iron and Calcium Alloys, 767

Iron, Rusting of, 53

Iron ; Rusting and Passivity, 461

Iron Sheets, Welding of, 495

Light; Flame Standards Compared, 194

Machinery Guards (Expanded Metal), 620

Manganese Alloys, 667

Micro-Structure and Mechanical Properties of

Steel; Erratum, 800

Nitrides, Magnetic, 736

Occlusion of Gases in Nickel Steel, 407

Oils ; Viscosity and Lubrication Value, 808

Peat Fuel, Value of, 25

Pelton Wheel Installation at New Albany,

Radiation (Irregularities) from Radioactive Bodies, 73

Refractory Oxides ; Reduction by Carbon 343

Reinforced-Concrete Work, Regulations for 36 856

Slide-Rule, Barnard’s Co-ordinate, 856

Slide-Rule, New Circular, 513

Steel, Cohesion of, 454

Steel Plates, Segregation in Mild, 751

Stone, Weight of Crushed, 220

Testing of Alloys ; Erratum, 86

Transmutation of Metals by Radium, 754

Tubes, Relative Corrosion of Steel and Wrought

Ultra-Violet Rays and the Light, 13

Vanadium and Iron Alloys, 124

Volatilisation (Cathode) of Metals in Rarefied Gases, 187

Zinc Extraction ; De Laval Process, 41

Metals. See Industries, Iron and Steel, and Mechanics

American Petroleum, 640

Antipodean Gold, 304

Austrian Petroleum Trust, Proposed, 41

British Gold Imports, 561, 822

Copper; British and French Imports, 479

Copper Stocks, 619, 738, 755

Copper ; World’s Consumption, 109, 547

Hoisting-Rope Stresses and Mine Gear, 857

Mining Machinery Exports, 226

Ore Deposits ; Source of, 617

Roumanian Petroleum, 141

Russian Copper Output, 226

“ Who’s Who in Mining and Metallurgy,” 533

Aeroplane Endurance Test, 547

American Patents, 704

Architecture, Lectures, 4/8

Argentine Immigration, 811 . ...

Asbestos Deposits, German Acquisition of

Russian, 791

Birthday Honours, 10 r

British and Foreign Guide to Engineering,

Steel, and Hardware Trades, 379 Brotherhood’s Works; Addendiim, It3 Business Prospects Year-Book, 6v.) Calvert’s Mechanics’ Almanack, 79U Canadian Immigration, 755

Census of Production Act, 513, 5/3, 668, oiJ

Ceylon Public Works, 729

Cold, Congress on ; Erratum, 547

College Calendars, 407, 478, 717

Commodities (General), Average Price of, 473 Contracts, Tenders, &c. ; 22, 39, /3, 109, 143, 237, 274, 303, 315, 351, 407, 48/, 512, 547, 589, 619, 689, 729, 755, 856

“ Daily Mail ’’ Year-Book, 876

Dictionary (Technical) in Six Languages, 108 Doppler’s Double-Star Memoirs, 547

Dr. Rathenau ; Seventieth Anniversary, 790 Dredging Contract, French, 291

Education (Public) in England and Wales, 4/9 “ The Electron,” 36

Engineering Index Annual, 78

Engineering Standards Committee, 160, 512 English Prices, with Russian Equivalents, 1/6 Fire-Extinction Tests, 108, 420, 592, 628, 763 Fire-Shutter Tests, 720

Fire-Tests with Textiles, 872

Fires in Tall Buildings, 771

Fowler’s Mechanics’ and Machinists’ Pocket-

Book, 619

Geological Survey of Great Britain, 186 Glass Works, Powell and Co.’s, 72 Grashof Medal for Professor Stodola, 57

Hazell’s Annual, 869

Heriot-Watt College, 304

Holidays, 143

Honduras Developments, 243

Hygiene in German Accumulator Works, 211

Indian Public Health, 454

Industries ; Modern Tendencies, 790, 823

Lake Salt Extraction in Egypt, 207

Lewis, Sir W. T., 275

Libraries of London, 50

Livesey Memorial Fund, 819

Lloyd’s Register Scholarship, 176

London University College, 142

Lumidre Process of Colour Photography, 857

Machinery ; Engineering Magazine Record, 721

Manhattan Lifts, 755

Maps, 687

Matriculation Directory (L.U.), 555

Morse Signalling Flashing Disc, 721

Nigeria (Southern); Public Works, 784

Norwegian Cement Manufacture, 120

Old Engine, Repairs of, 800

Ontario, Steam-Heating of, 791

Oxford ; Engineering Chair, 689

Patent Infringement Case, 36

Patent Law (New) and German Chemists, 789

Patent Office Journal, 143

Patents and Designs Act, 1908, 86

Peat, French Production, 143

Peat (Fuel) for Swedish Railways, 399

Peat Utilisation in Ireland, 351

Personal, 22, 37, 73,143, 207, 237, 271, 315, 351, 420, 441, 479, 522, 545, 582, 619, 698, 763, 790, 822, 823, 865

Photography of Nebulae, &c., 72

Pipe-Threads, British Standard, 754

Population of Germany, 478

Prussian Limited Companies, 39

Quarterly Circular of Engineering and Technical Literature, 207

Refuse Disposal at Portsmouth ; Errata, 822

Rhyl ; Reinforced-Concrete Pavilion, 620 Royal Engineer Officers’ Reserve, 618

Rural Prosperity and Sporting Rights, 738

Selfridge Store Building, 799

Silver Alloys for Coinage, 667

Sixty-Two-Storey Building, New York, 88 Smoke Abatement, 176

South Africa, Guide to, 788

Steam-Shovels at Panama, 177

Stockholm and Factory Sites, &c., 513

Stockton and Thornaby-on-Tees as Commercial Centres, 602

Stone, Artificial Fire-Resisting, 524

Swedish Timber Production, 558

Swindon Engineering Society’s “Transactions,” 41

Swiss Machinery in Egypt, 47

Target, Rose Recording, 211

Technical Dictionaries in Six Languages, 755

Tide-Recorders for Japan, 546

Tide-Tables, 57

Tinning and Enamelling Trades ; Workshop

Regulations, 582 p

Turkey ; Internal Development, 790 University College, 351, 721

University College; Faculty of Engineering,

Willans Gold Medal, 697

Zeppelin Air-Ship, Destruction of, 173, 220 Motor-Cars, Ac.:

Acceleration and Slip Tests, 512

Automobile Dictionary, 748

Dynamobil Cars, 124

“Four-Inch” Race, 688

German Motor-Car Industry, 315

Motor-Cars, Ac.-continued.

German Vehicle Speed Trials, 143

Mexico J Motor Service, 29

Model Motor-Boat Regatta, 152

Motor-Boats for West Africa, 487

Olympia International Exhibition, 591

Rating Formula, Suggested, 513

Scottish Reliability Trials, 12

Sea-Fishing Motor Competition, 1/7

War-Office Light Tractors, 721

Willesden, Motor Fire Appliance for, 194

Naval:

Air-Torpedo, Unge, 177

American Destroyers, 118

“ Amiral Makarof,” 14

“Andromeda,” H.M.S., 211

Armour-Plates, Casting of, 721

Austro-Hungarian Navy, 582, 824, 850

“ Bellerophon,” H.M.S., 275, 379

“ Bcadicea,” H.M.S., 407, 479

“Collingwood,” H.M.S., 379, 655

“ Defence,” H.M.S., 755

Devon port Developments, 547

Devonport Dock Gates, 143, 619

“Flottes (Les) de Combat,” 853

French Submersibles, 755

French Warship Trials, 177

Function of the Navy, 618

German “ Dreadnoughts,” 866

German Submarines, 283

Greek Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 142

Hawaiian Islands; United States Naval

Station, 69

Italian Navy, 772

Italian (New) Armour-Plate, 177

Japanese Navy, 88, 243

“ Liste Navale Francaise,” 238

“Lista Navale Italiana,” 268

Motor Gun-Boats for Austria-Hungary, 12

Naval, &c., Ordnance; International Comparisons, 58

Naval Surveys, 210

“ Neptune,” H.M.S., £57

“Para,” Destroyer, for Brazil, 83, 388

Pembroke ; New Wireless station, 547

Portsmouth New Lock, 211

Pola Floating Dock, 305

Royal Navy List and Naval Recorder, 143

Russian Navy, 547

Submarine Boats, Transport of, 73

Turkish Navy, 870

“ Voltaire,” French Battleship, 857

War Kites, 303

Wireless Telegraph Offices on Board Ships, 109

Obituary. See General Index

Physics. See Mechanici

Piers. See Harbcurt

Kailways and Locomotives

American Locomotive Production, 40

American Railroad Earnings, 876

American Railroad Situation, 220

Antwerp Dam Station ; Removal, 177 Argentine Railways, 239, 379, 546, 570 Argentine Republic and Central America ;

Developments, 314

Austrian Railway Nationalisation, 274

Automatic Couplings Competition, 251

Belgian Railway Fuel, 857

Bolivian Railways, 291, 872

Brake, Automatic Vacuum, 13

Brazilian (New) Railway, 744

Breda Works ; Thousandth Locomotive, 857

Canadian Pacific, 13, 399

Cape Government, 122

Cardiff Railway Company, 302

Chicago and New York ; Electric Connections, 13

Cost of Materials (United States), 784

Demurrage on the Orleans Railway, 857

Denmark ; Long Bridge, 790

Detroit Tunnel (Michigan Central), 479

Devonport Railways, 589

Directory of Railway Officials, Universal, 318

Doncaster (G.C.R.) Avoiding-Line, 36

Erie and Jersey Line ; Cost of Construction 220

Fires on Tube Railways, 407

Fog and Automatic Signalling, 697

French Railway Revenue, 194

Gardiner System of Car-Signalling, 628

Ge^ar, Wear °* (Philadelphia Rapid Transit),

German Extensions, 36

Grand Trunk Pacific Extension, 619

Grand Trunk Pacific Locomotives, 446

Great Western Extensions, 73, 109, 407

Great Western Traffic Economies, 445

Great Western Tunnel, 407

Hull and Barnsley, 211, 242

Interborough Rapid-Transit Company’s Repair Work, &c., 791

Interoceanic Railway ; Gauge Conversion, 619 Italian Construction, 243

Light Railway Orders, 124, 207, 285, 350, 402, 583, 688

Lincoln Tube Railway, 27

Locomotive Exports, 41, 220, 479, 497, 754, 790

Locomotive, Model, 872

Locomotives in France, 458

Locomotives in Germany, 406

London and South-Western Railway, 351 ^°40G°n and ^ou^h'Western Railway Guide, Long-Distance Non-Stop Services, 243

Mallet Compound Locomotive for Peking-Hankow Line, 755

Manawatu Railway; Purchase, 407

Manufacturers’ Directory (North-Eastern Railway), 689

Mexican Railway, 619

New York Central Railway Terminus, 211

New York State Railways and Punctuality, 791 Permanent-Way Exports, 39, 107, 495, 7c8 Pipe-Line for American Railroad, 13 Port Herald to Blantyre Railway, 791 1 yrenean Tunnel. 563

Railroad Repair-Shops and Generator Capacity, 407

Railway Disputes, Settlement of, 219

Rhj mney Railway; 143

Railways and Locomotives-continued.

Rolling-Stock Diagrams, 364

Russian Manchurian Railway, 220

Russian Railways, 211, 304, 619

Russian Railways and Evasion of Fares, 479

Singapore-Penang Railway, 845

St. Clair Tunnel; Electrification, 728

Stockholm Extensions. 315

Street and Elevated Railways in the United

States, 513

Superheaters, Schmidt, for Locomotives, 754

Swiss Railways ; Electrification, 69, 592

Swiss Railway Traffic, 689

Train-Lighting on the Great Eastern Railway ;

Erratum, 72

Uruguayan Railways, 92, 872

Vacuum Brake for Goods Trains ; Erratum, 177

Water Supply to Running Locomotives ;

Trials, 177

Welsh Railway Amalgamation, 655

Welsh Railway Traffic, 857

Welsh Railways, 355, 857

Working Hours on the Prussian-Hessian

Railway, 547

Sewage:

Sewage-Disposal, 764

Shipping. See Shipbuilding, &c.

Ships and Shipbuilding :

100-Horse-Power Paraffin Marine Motor;

Erratum, 406

Air-Torpedo (Unge), 177

American Returns, 316

Argentine River Steamers ; Launch, 556

Avonmouth-Bermuda Service, 73

Chargeurs Reunis and Avonmouth, 41 “Christian IX.,” Steam Ferry, 479

Clyde, &c., 40, 72, 108, 142, 176, 302, 378, 406, 444, 582, 618, 655, 688 720, 754

Depression in Trade, 176

Dredger for Bombay Reclamation Scheme, 259

Dredger Worked by Producer-Gas, 689

Electric Ferry-Boat on the Rhine, 177

Fire-Boat for South America, 445

German Atlantic Liners, New, 697

German Shipbuilding Industry, 40

German Transport of Swedish Ore, 40

Gyroscope, Schlick’s, 582

Hull-Rotterdam New Service, 142

“ lolanda,” Steam-Yacht, 72

Irish Fisheries Cruisers, 25

Lamport and Holt Liner, Launch of, 800

“ Lapland” (Red Star), 13

London County Council Steamboats, 822

Martell Scholarship Award, 243

“Megantic,” Reciprocating and Turbine Machinery of, 824

“ Mercedes IL”(S.Y.), 315

Middlesbrough Contract, 547

“ More*,” New P. and O. Liner, 705

Motor-Boats for West Africa, 487

Oil-Carrying Steamer “Trinculo,” 857

“ Orella,” Auxiliary Schooner, 445

“ Orsova,” New Orient Liner, 654

“ Otway,” New Orient Liner, 721

P. and *0. Sailing List, 764

Pendulum Propeller, 243

“ Perseus” (Holt Line), 13

Petroleum Steamer, 177

Port la Luz Slipway, 108

Russian Shipping, 220

Shipwreck Returns (Lloyd’s), 142,446

Shipyard Accidents, 354

South American Lighters, 315

“ Stig-Stad,” Patent Side-Tank Steamer, 479

Spanish Coasting Steamer, 856

Swedish German Steam-Ferry Service, 186 461,479

Tail-Shaft Repair under Water, 600

Tide-Tables, 57

Turbo-Electric Fire-Service Boats, 88

Wales and London ; Increased Service, 583

Yacht-Launch, 26-Knot, 790

Societies. See Technical, &c., or Trades, &c

Strikes. See Trade Societies, &c.

Technical Societies, Congresses, &c.:

Acaddmie des Sciences, 755

Acetylene Association of Chicago, 547

Aero Club Institute, 487

Aeroplane Club (Proposed), 407

Airway Motor Club, 73

AlbGermany Pig-Iron Union (Proposed), 23

American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 791

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 582 Association of Locomotive Engineers and Carriage and Wagon Superintendents, 764

Association of Teachers in Technical Institutes, 589

Association of Water Engineers, 545, 764

Technical Societies—continued.

Barlow and District Association of Engineers, 548

Birmingham Association of Mechanical Engineers, 787

British Foundrymen’s Association, 478

Central Railway Club, 407

Ceramic Society, English, 41

City and Guilds of London Institute, 40, 546

Concrete Institute, 646, 720, 856

Incorporated Institution of Automobile Engineers (Birmingham), 853

Incorporated Institution of Automobile Engineers (Graduates), 583

Institute of Marine Engineers, 184, 441, 636, 823

Institute of Metals, 628, 748

Institution of Automobile Engineers, 522

Institution of Civil Engineers, 592

Institution of Civil Engineers (Students), 787, 865

Institution of Civil Engineers (Yorkshire Students), 651

Institution of Electrical Engineers, 12, 13, 583

Institution of Electrical Engineers (Leeds), 618, 628

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 720

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 12

Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Graduates), 41, 522, 697, 869

Institution of Mining Engineers, 238, 316

Institution of Naval Architects, 547

Institution of Technical Engineers, 109

International Commission on Reinforced Concrete, 555

International Conference on Electrical Units, 177

International Congress on Applied Chemistry, 9

International Congress of Refrigerating Industries, 322, 420, 547

International Electro-Technical Commission, 487

International Fire-Service Council, 396

International Radiotelegraphic Convention, 12 Iron and Steel Institute, 275, 351, 755, 763 Junior Institution of Engineers, 615, 654, 704, 747, 799

London School of Economics and Political Science, 387

Manchester Association of Engineers, 152, 822 Midland Institute of Mining Engineers, 546,823 Midland Railway Engineering Club, 668 North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and

Shipbuilders, 651

Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, 513

Royal Institution, 689, 792

Royal Sanitary Institute, 243

Royal Society of Arts, 12

Rugby Engineering Society, 755

Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists, 790

Siemens Stafford Engineering Society, 687,764

Society de 1’Industrie Minerale, 242

Society of Engineers, 72, 823, 850

Society of Engineers and Civil and Mechanical Engineers’ Society, 39

South Wales Institute of Engineers, 583

Surveyors’ Institution, 733, 761

Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker, 13

West of Scotland Foremen Engineers’ Association, 865

West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, 720

Telegraphy. See Electricity

Telephony. See Electricity

Trade. See Coal, Iron and Steel Markets, Shipbuilding, Electricity, and Industries

Trade Societies, Unions. Strikes, &c.:

Alabama Miners’ Strike, 120, 354 “American Federationist/’ 286, 422, 596, 701 Arbitration in the Shipbuilding Trades, 596 Australian Excise Tariff Act, 24

Australian Labour Ministry, 702, 767

Australian Labour Party and Politics, 630 Barnes, Retirement of Mr. G. N., 222, 252 Barrow Iron and Steel-Workers’ Wages, 24 Belfast Iron-Moulders’ Wages Question, 252

Belfast Shipyard Activity, 558

Birmingham Company and the 48-Hour Week, 271, 318, 353

Blacksmiths’ Society, Associated, 120, 252, 730, 836

Blast-Furnacemen’s Wages, 41, 176, 478

Blind Workers and Union Rates, 874

Board of Trade Labour Department, 24

Board of Trade Reports as to Labour, 119, 285, 422, 455, 489, 557, 730, 873

Boilermakers and Shipbuilders’ Society, 23, 153, 422, 596, 730

Bombay Mill Operatives’ Strike, 120, 187, 222

Trade Societies, Unions, &c»—continued.

Boot and Shoe Operatives, National Union of, 52, 286, 390, 489, 667, 802

Boot and Shoe Trade Wages, 489

Budapest Joiners and Carpenters’ Strike, 318

Californian Investigation of European Labour Methods, 629

Carpenters and Joiners’ Society, 89, 222, 390, 558, 701, 835

Carpenters and Joiners’ Strike ; Franco-British Exhibition, 222

Chinese on British Ships, 24

Cleveland Miners’ Wages, 73, 619

Conciliation and Arbitration Boards, 489

Conway v. Wade, 153

Co-Operative Society at Cardiff, 90

Cork Dock-Labourers’ Strike, 702

Cotton Industry Situation, 89

Cotton-Spinners, Federation of Master, 836

Cotton-Spinners, Operative, 120, 252, 390, 524, 701, 836

Cotton Trade ; Suggested Sliding-Scale, 730, 802

Cotton Trade Wages, 153, 222, 286, 318, 353, 390, 422, 455, 489, 524, 558, 596, 630, 666

Dublin Dockers’ Strike, 89, 120

Durham Miners’ Association, 222, 489, 666, 802

Durham Miners’ Wages, 702

Dutch Labour Troubles, 252

Engineering, &c., Trades; Situation, 286

Engineers, Amalgamated Society of, 89, 222, 255, 390, 524, 666, 835

Engineers’ Parliamentary Candidates, 90

Engineers’ Wages at Manchester, 836

Fluctuation of Wages, 120, 286, 422, 455, 558, 730,873

French Labour Conflicts, 364

French Strikes, Increase of, 243

French Students of British Industrial Methods, 629

General Federation of Trades, 24, 52, 390, 701

German Labour Organisation ; British Investigation, 767

German Strikes, 717, 802

Glasgow Plumbers’ Dispute, 455, 489

Glass-Blowers’ Congress, 353

Great Eastern Railway Company’s Notices, 353, 422, 455, 489

Hollesley Bay ; Home Colonisation, 353

Home-Work; Report of Select Committee, 187

Illegal Stoppage of Work, Incitement to, 187

Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Amendment Bill (New Zealand), 89

Industrial Notes, 23, 52, 89, 119, 153, 187, 222, 252, 285, 317, 353, 390, 422, 455, 489, 523, 557, 596, 629. 666, 701, 730, 767, 801, 835, 873

Industrial Situation, 119, 285,422, 557, 596, 730, 873

International Trade Union ; Central Organisation’s Report, 318

Iron and Steel Trade ; Board of Trade Returns, 730

Ironfounders’ Society, 24, 89, 120, 222, 390, 455, 558, 701, 835

Ironmoulders’ Society, 89, 252, 422, 558, 666, 801

Ironworkers’ Journal, 52, 252, 390, 558, 666, 801

Ironworkers’ Wages, 52, 143, 176, 318, 390,445, 666, 721, 754, 801

Labour Party Conference, 702, 873

Labour Party Secretaries, 89

Labour Party’s Quarterly Circular, 666

Labour ; Wages and Hours, 455

Labourers’ Protection ; Exhibition, 446

Legal Responsibility of Unions, 836

Livesey, Funeral of Sir George, 524

London and North-Western Railway Conciliation Board, 597

Macara, Mr.; Legion of Honour, 767

Macclesfield Silk Weavers’Dispute, 318

Metropolitan Vehicular Workers’Federation, 53

Midland Railway Company’s Employes, 252

Midland Railway Conciliation Board, 667

Miners’ (Federated) Wages, 252, 286

Miners’ Federation and the Labour Party, 523

Miners’ Federation, National, 523

Miners and Non-Unionists, 24, 353

Miners’ Eight-Hours Bill, 23, 53, 90, 120, 546, 596, 630, 702, 836, 873

Minimum Wage Question, 53

Municipal Employes’ Association and Woolwich Branch, 120

National Free Labour Association, 489,596, 629

New Zealand and Industrial Arbitration, 120

North-East Coast Dispute, 23, 52, 222, 286, 318, 353, 390, 422, 547

North-Eastern Railway Dispute, 53, 222, 252

North-West Engineers’ Wages, 630

Northrop Strike Case, 53

Trade Societies, Unions, &c.—continued.

Northumberland Miners’ Association, 24, 53,767 Northumberland Miners and Piece-Work, 767 Northumberland Miners’ Wages, 52, 489. 767

Old-Age Pensions, 23, 52, 153, 222, 596, 767

Old-Age Pensions and Mr. Lloyd George, 353

Old-Age Pensions ; New Zealand Scheme, 767

Overtime in Engineering Trades, 153

Paris Building Trade Strike, 187, 222

Postmen’s Early-Hour Question, 489

Potteries Trade Wages, 455

Printers’ Assistants, Operative, 222

Printing-Machine Managers’ Society, 597

Railway Servants, Amalgamated Society of, 523, 835

Railway Conciliation Boards’ Case, 153

Railway Disputes, Settlement of, 219

Railway Shareholders and Mr. Bell, 90

Rhondda Valley Miners’ Strike, 422

Rossendale Slipper-Makers’ Dispute, 252

Salvation Army Joinery and Fair Wages, 120

Scotch Miners’ Wages, 391, 597, 767

Sheffield Moulders’ Wages, 688, 702, 754, 823, 837

Sheffield Unemployed, 583

Shipbuilding Trades’ Agreement, 596

Skilled Labour Report, 119, 285, 422, 557, 730, 873

South Wales Miners’ Breach of Contract, 802

South Wales Miners’ Dispute, 455

South Wales Miners’ Wages, 630, 767

South Wales Steel-Workers’ Wages, 52

St. Helens Miners’ Strike, 153

Staffordshire and Worcestershire Miners’ Strike, 422

Steam-Engine Makers’ Society, 52

Strike Statistics, 120, 286, 422, 489,558, 730,873

Swansea, &c., Ironfounders’ Strike, 222

Swiss Anti-Strike Legislation, 274

Sydney Tramwaymen’s Strike, 187

Thornycroft’s Boiler-Makers, 455

Tool-Makers, Engineers, and Machinists Society, 153

Tooting Tube-Workers’ Strike, 252

Tottenham Gas Company ; Profit-Sharing, 252

Trade-Union Grants’ Case, 153

Trade-Union Labels in New South Wales, 222 Trade Unionism and Sir Christopher Furness, 353, 455, 523, 558, 596, 630, 702, 801

“ Trade* and Labour Gazette,” 120, 286

Trades Union Congress, 317, 354, 629

Unemployed; Government Proposals, 596, 629 Unemployed Relief Works, 422, 489, 667 Unemployment Act (New), 153, 873

Unemployment in South Yorkshire. 512, 546

Unemployment and Board of Trade Returns, 873

Unemployment and Depressions, 187

Unemployment Problem, 318, 455, 596, 666, 873

Unemployment and the Trades Congress, 317 Unionism and Politics, 523

Union M.P.’s and Compulsory Levies, 767, 801, 802, 835

United States Labour Party and Politics, 83, 120, 252, 286, 420, 596, 701, 767

United States Steel Corporation Wages, 547 Walsall Colliers’ Strike, 837

Wednesbury Carriage, &c., Company’s Employes, 318

Wolverhampton Girder-Workers’ Strike, 252

Tramways :

Cardiff; Penarth Scheme, 445

Freund’s Automatic Track-Brake, 86

German Companies’ Dividends, 755

Glasgow Corporation, 71

Hong Kong Tramway Tunnel, 791

Weight of American Electric Cars, 619

World’s Tramways, 221

Tunneniug:

Detroit Tunnel (Michigan Central), 479

Elbe Tunnel, 210

Great Western Railway Tunnel, 407

Hong Kong Tramway Tunnel, 791

Lotschberg Tunnel. 176

Pyrenean Railway Tunnel, 563

St. Clair Tunnel; Electrification, 728 Woolwich Footway Tunnel, 688

Vehicles. See Cars, Motor, and Railways,

Warships. See Naval

Water Works:

Argentine, 583

1 Calcutta, Water-Mains for, 39

Cape Town Supply, 669, 850

Cardiff Supply, 243, 273

Dartmouth Supply, 479

Devonport Supply, 143, 583

Pipes, Reinforced-Concrete, 689

Tynemouth Supply, 143

Sources of Information