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List of Names

A

  • ALBONE, Mr. Dan, Tractor for Agricultural Purposes, 239
  • American Locomotive, Six-coupled Bogie Goods, 25,26
  • for the Uganda Railway,
  • Type of, 612 Railways, Report on the Working of, Lieut.-Col. W. V. Constable, 242 University, Training of Engineers at an, 466, 467, 470
  • Arthur Automatic Stoker, The, 478
  • Assuan Dam, Building of the, 617, 618
  • Assuan Dam and Assiout Weir, The (Supplement, j December 19tk, 1902), Submersion of Buildings ' on the Island of Public, 580
  • Astbury, W. H., Tool-room Lathe, 502
  • Austrian Battleship, Babenburg, 444, 445
  • State Railways, Four-coupled Com¬pound Express Engine, Herr Karl Giilsdorf, 258
  • Austra'ia, New Route to, by Stafford Ransome, | 180

B

  • ÊLFORT, Machine Tools at, 55
  • Electric Machine Shop at the Works, , 104, 105
  • Belleisle Experiment, The Recent, 133, 135, 138
  • Berend and Co., Limited, O., Portable Electric | Drill, 184
  • Bever, Darling and Co., Limited, Balanced High¬speed Steam Engine, 116
  • Birley and Co., Messrs. E. H., Brass Foundry Ash Washing Machine, 284
  • Bitterfeld Chemical Works, 229, 234
  • Brightmore Steam Lorry, The, 130, 131
  • Bullfinch Disaster, The, 439
  • Burton, Griffiths and Co., Disc Grinder, 192,193

C

  • CALCU TTA Electric Supply, Multipolar Generators, Crompton and Co., Limited, 120
  • Campbell Gas Engine Company, Girder Type Oil ' Engine, 262
  • Canyon Ferry, U.S., 50,000 Volt Transmission Plant, 254
  • Cape to Cairo Rail—ay, 1C8, 160, 161, 208, 209
  • Cape Government Railways, Narrow-gauge Loco¬motive, Mr. H. Beatty (Supplements, September 5tk and Mtb, 1902)
  • Cape Government Railways, Narrow-gauge Tender, Neilson, Reid and Co., 231
  • Cape Railway, Washouts on the, 378
  • Capetown Harbour, Plan of, 276
  • Clarke, Mr. Fuhrman, Pipe Callipers, 284
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Compound Road Locomotive, 502
  • Collin, Mr. Strauss, Built-up Pulley, 588
  • Cornell University, 466, 470
  • Crewe System of Electric Railway Signalling, 548 549 550
  • Cross-Channel Passenger S.S. Services, 230, 272, 273, 279
  • Cunard Liner Carpatbia, Messrs. C. S. Swan and Hunter, 157

D

  • DAVY ROBERTSON Engineering Co., Piston King Swaging Machine, 67
  • Des Moines Steel Viaduct, 392, 393
  • Diesel Oil Engine, Test of a, 191
  • Dorman and Smith, Electrical Switches, 593
  • Dortmund-Ems Canal, Canal Bridge over the River Lippe, 44
  • Durban, New Floating Dook for, C. S. Swan and Hunter, Limited, 134
  • Dlirr Liquid Fuel Apparatus, The, 105
  • Diirr Portable Oil Eogine, 193

E

  • EASTWOOD and Co., Limited, Brick-making Process, A New, 452
  • Elberfeld Suspension Railway, 385, 434, 435, 436, 441, 488, 489, 490
  • Elmore Plant for the Concentration of Ore by Oil, 216
  • Emerald Turbine Yacht, The, 4'24 I I
  • Evans and Sons, Joseph, Vertical Compound Beam Pump, 7, 8

F

  • FERRANTI Multiphase Alternator and Engine, 524
  • Fitch’s Steamboat, 143
  • Follows and Bate, Messrs., Steel Cone Paint Mill, 528
  • French Armoured Cruiser Kleber, 332, 334
  • French Battleship Republique, 255, 256
  • French Industrial Motor Cars, 543
  • French Locomotive, Construction of a First-class, 5, 54, 55

G

  • GARVIE, Mr. J., Electric Pile Driver, 18
  • Gedye, Mr. N. G., Coast Fog Signals, 69, 70, 95
  • German Battleships, H and J, 594
  • Germany, The Waterways of, 129
  • Glasgow’s Main Drainage Sewage Treatment, Map and Plan, 324
  • Glasgow, Pinkston Power Station, 800 H.P. Tramway Traction Engine, D. Stewart and Cr., I ; Limited (Supplement, December 5th, 1902), 537, I ] 583, 596
  • Gneisenau Colliery, Dortmund, Tandem Compound Condensing Pumping Engine, Messrs. Haniel and Lueg, 203
  • Goodfellow High-speed Engine, 499
  • Graham, J., Fatigue and Impact Stresses in Bridge Girders, 465
  • Great Central Railway, Express Passenger Locomotive, Mr. J. G. Robinson (Supplement, July 4M, 1902)
  • “ Great Mountain ” Tank Locomotive, 326, 327 ;
  • Great Western Railway Company’s New Works ; at Swindon (Supplements, October 3rd and 17th, 1902)
  • Great Western Railway, South Devon, 356
  • Gutehoffnuugshiitte, Oberhausen, Twin Tandem Compound Condensing Winding Engine, 155

H

  • HARDY Pick Company’s Well-sinking Frame, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 30
  • Harmit Ingot Press, The, 252
  • Harpen Mining Company, Winding Engine for, Prince Rudolph Ironworks Company, 176
  • Herbert, Limited, Alf., Automatic Stay-making Machine, 9, 10
  • Iletton Railway, Ancient Locomotive, 57
  • B Hulse and Co., Limited, Planing Machine, 238
  • Humboldt Company, Tornson Winding Engine,

I

  • INTEROCEANJC Canal, Volcanoes and the, 2, 8 I '

J

  • JESSOP and App’.eby Bros., Three-ton Locomo¬tive Crane, 239
  • Jones, Mr. Henry, Screw Pump, 142

K

  • KAFFIR Camp, Topical, 535
  • Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited, Six-counted , Mineral Tank Engine (Supplement, October 311902), 419
  • Kew Bridge, The, New, 300. 304
  • Caisson for Foundations of Old Bridge, 301, 423
  • Kimberley Mines, Black Libour in, 535, 539
  • Knight, Mr. John Henry, Bricklaying Machine,
  • Krupp, Alfred, and Enei Steel Works in 1825, 541

L

  • LANCASHIRE and Yorkshire Railway, Locomotive Boiler with Cylindrical Firebox, Mr. H. A. Hoy (Supplement, Aujust 15th, 1902), 165
  • Landis Too) Company, Large Grinding Machine> I 426
  • Linley, Mr., Universal Machine Tool, 42
  • Linwood Paper Mills, Electrically Driven Machines (Supplement, July 13th, 1902), 58, 59
  • Lister Engine, The, 527
  • Llanelly and Myoydd Mawr Railway, Tank Engine, with Certazzi Axle-boxes, Avonside Engine Company, 326, 327
  • Llyfni, Bridge over the River, 190
  • London Bridge, Widening, 542, 597
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Royal Train, Mr. R. J. Billinton (Supplement, December 26th, 1902)
  • London and North-Western Four-cylinder Com¬pound Mineral Locomotive, Mr. F. W. Webb, I 62
  • London and South-Western, Pneumatic Signalling on, 598
  • Longridge, Captain C. C., on Oil Motor Cars of 1902, 402, 427, 479, 503, 526
  • Loughborough, New Waterworks for, 32, 33, 34
  • Lucy, Mr. W. Theodora, Double Stage Cattle Truck, 401
  • M
  • MASSEY, Pneumatic Power Hammer, 240
  • Mayence Bridge, Reconstruction of, 345, 348, 349
  • Mercedes Car, 36
  • Midland Railway Company, Steel Wagons for, the Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 499
  • Mond Gas Plant at Farnley, 494
  • Mors Racing Car, 29
  • N
  • NAPIER Car, 36
  • Naval War Game, Remarkable Action in the, 400
  • Navigation Congress, Ninth International, 40, 52
  • Newcastle New Bridge, 227
  • Nile Irrigation Works, Great Dam at Assuan (Supplement, December 19th, 1902)
  • Niles Tool Works Company, Rail Drilling Machine, 312
  • North-Eastern Railway, Bridge over the Tyne, 227
  • Norwegian Slate Railway, Compound Loco¬motive, 396
  • Norwegian State Railway, Consolidation Engine, 525
  • P
  • PANAMA Railway, Map of, 343
  • Panhard Car, 36
  • Paris Motor Car Show, 587
  • Paris-Vienna Motor Car Race, 29, 36
  • Pearn and Co., Limited, Frank, Electrically- driven Pumps, 375, 377
  • Pease'8 Tubular Construction Syndicate, Limited, Portable Building, 41
  • Penrhyn Quarries, Pumping Machinery, 184
  • Petavel, Mr. J. E., Pressure Indicator, 344
  • Pickles and Son, Messrs, John, Log Frame, Centre-driven, 146
  • Premier Gas Engine Company, Limited, 500 Horse-power Horizontal Tandem Gas Engine, 109
  • Prince Rudolph Ironworks Company, Winding Engine for the Harpen Mining Company, 176
  • Pullan and Mann, Limited, Messrs., Machine for making Glazed Bricks, 66

R

  • REAVELL Air Compressor, The, 182, 183
  • Reavell and Co., Messrs., Double Quadruple Compound Air Compressors, 620
  • Renault, T., Voiturette, 36
  • Redman and Sons, Messrs. C., Planing Machine, 146
  • Reulaux Valve Diagram, 403
  • Rhodesian Railway Company, Sleeping Car, The Lancaster Company, Limited, 108
  • Richmond and Chandler, Bale Opener, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 30
  • Roberts Bros., Disc Grinder, 217
  • Robey-Saurer Oil Engine and Dynamo, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 30
  • Royle’8 Engineering Works, Irlam, 16, 17
  • Russian Cruiser Askold, 12
  • Ryder and Son, Heavy Lathe for High-speed Steel, 308

S

  • ST. MAURICE, Power Station at, 40?, 414, 418, 461, 462, 463, 464
  • Salford Corporation, Combined Engine and Dynamo, Browett, Lindley, Limited, Patri- croft, and Mather and Platt, Limited, 586, 595
  • Schaffer and Budenberg, Road Resistance Recorder, 277, 278
  • Serpollet Steam Racing Car, 29
  • Sbawinigan Falls, Forebay Bulkhead and Pipe Line, 143
  • Sibley College, 467, 470
  • Simplon and Tasquera Tunnels, Route Map of, 102 ; Bridge across the Diveria, 102 ; Works, 299, 300 ; Compressed Air Locomotive, 299
  • Simplon Tunnel Works, 177, 178, 186, 204, 205, 298, 410, 412, 607, 608
  • Smith, Mr. Walter M., Piston Valves for Loco¬motives, 167, 169
  • South Africa, Bore Holes in, 389
  • South Africa from an Engineer’s Point of View, 415, 535, 579, 580
  • South African Railways Leading to Ports, Map of, 247
  • Spencer and Co., Jas., Lathe and Boring Machines, 448, 449, 450
  • Stevenson, Mr. John L., Designing and Equip¬ment of Blast Furnaces, 248, 249, 322, 323,347, 386, 387, 474, 475 (Supplement, October 10th, 1902)
  • Stirling Boiler Company, Water-tube Boiler, 127, 128
  • Stothert and Pitt, Limited, Goliath Crane, 286
  • Summerbill and Trenton Bridges, 308
  • Swindon, New Works of the Great Western Rail¬way at (Supplements, October 3rd and 17th, 1902)
  • Switzerland, Chbvres, Municipal Generating Station, 366, 371
  • Switzerland, Compagnie de l’Industrie Technique, Works, 296, 297
  • Switzerland, Electric Power and Transmission Supply io, Lausanne Receiving Station, and Tramway Generating Station, 370, 516, 517, 518
  • Switzerland, Electric Power and Transmission Supply in, St. Maurice Hydraulic Power Plant, 409, 414, 418, 461, 462, 463, 464

T

  • TABLE BAY, Harbour at, 275
  • Thornycroft Motor Wagon Works, 511, 512, 520
  • Tomson Winding Engine, Humboldt Co., 177
  • Tornado Dust Collector, The, 146
  • Trent Valley Pumping Station, Triple-expansion Pumping Engine, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey and Co., 295
  • Tynemouth Pier, 133

U

  • UGANDA Railway, 491, 513, 584, 590, 612, 613
  • United States Battleships Connecticut and Louisiana, 213
  • United States Naval Oil Fuel Tests, 619
  • United States Navy, New Armoured Cruisers Tennessee and Washington (Supplement, Novem¬ber lith, 1902)

W

  • WARD, Haggas and Smith, Messrs., Horizontal Boring and Planing Machine, 168
  • Weighton, Prof. R. L., Some Experiments in Steam Engine Economy, 147
  • Wharton’s Die Head, 332
  • Wilson, Mr. Frank, Ship Plate Dent Straightener, 67
  • Wrexham, Mold and Connah’s Quay Railway, Six- coupled Tank Locomotive Mr. F. Willans (Supplement, November 21st, 1902), 495

Y

  • YARROW Shallow Draught Launch, 190

Subject Matter

A

  • AIR Compressors. Messrs. Reavell and Co.. 182 183, 620
  • Alternator and Engine, Ferranti Multiphase, 524
  • Ash Washing Machine, Messrs, E. H. Birley and Co., 284

B

  • BALE Opener, Richmond and Chandler, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 30
  • Biscuit-making Machine, 142
  • B'ack Labour in Kimberley Mines, 535, 539
  • Blast Furnaces, Designing and Equipment of, Mr. John L. Stevenson, 248, 249, 474, 475
  • Boiler. The Stirling Marine, 127, 128
  • Bore Holes in South Africa, 389
  • Boring and Planing Machine, Horizontal, Messrs. Ward, Haggas and Smith, 163
  • Blast Furnace Construction, Joo. L. Stevenson, (Supplement October 10th, 1902), 248, 322, 323, 347, 386, 387, 474
  • Bricklaying Machine, Mr. J. H. Knight, 309
  • Bricks, Making Glazed, Messrs. Pullan and Mann, Limited, 66
  • Brick-making Process, A. Eastwood and Co., Limited, 452
  • Bridge Girders, Fatigue and Impact Streeses in, J. Graham, 465
  • Kew, 300, 304, 423
  • Caisson for Foundations of the Old Bridge, 301
  • London, Widening, 597
  • Mayence, Reconstruction of, 345, 348, 349
  • Newcastle, New, 227
  • over the River Lippe, Dortmund-Ems Cana), 44
  • over the River Llyfni, 190
  • Bridges, Summerhill and Trenton, 308
  • Bridges and Viaducts of tho Uganda Railway, 513
  • Bnilaiog, Portable, Pease’s Tubular Construction Syndicate, Limited, 41

C

  • CANAL, Volcanoesand the Interoceanic, 2, 3
  • Chemical Works, Bitterfeld, 229, 231
  • College, Sibley, 466, 467, 470
  • Conning Tower in Action, The Ideal, 135,138
  • Crane, Goliath, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 286
  • Crane, Three-ton Locomotive, Jessop and Appleby Brcs , 239

D

  • D IM, Assuan (Supplement, December 19lh, 1902), 558, 580, 617, 618
  • Die Head, Wharton’s Automatic, 332
  • Disc Grinder, Burton, Griffiths and Co., 192, 193
  • Disc Grinder, Roberts Bros., 217
  • Dock, New Floating, for Durban, Swan, Hunter and Co., 134
  • Drainago and Sewage, Glasgow’s Main, Map and Plan, 324
  • Drill, Portable Electric, O. Berend and Co., Limited, 184
  • Drilling Machine, Rail, Niles Tool Works Co., 312
  • Dust Collector, The Tornado, 146
  • Dynamos at Chèvres, Switzerland, 366, 367

E

  • ELECTRIC Engineering Supplement, i.—xvi, December 12cb, 1902
  • Electric Pile Driver, Mr. J. Garvie, 258’
  • Electric Power Transmission and Supply in Switzerland, 296, 297, 366. 371. 409, 414, 418, 461, 462, 463, 464, 516, 517, 518
  • Electric Railway Signalling, Crewe System of, 548, 549, 550
  • E'ectrical Switches, Dorman and Smith, 593
  • Electrically-driven Machines, Linwood Paper Mills (Supplement, July 18th, 1902), 58, 59
  • Engine, Diesel Oil, Testing of, 191
  • Diirr, Portable Oil, 193
  • and Dynamo, Oil, Robey-Sauer, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 30
  • Engine and Dynamo, Salford Corporation, 586, 595
  • Gas, 500 Horse-power, Premier Gas Engine Company, Limited, 109
  • Girder Type Oil, Campbell Gas Engine Company, 262
  • High-speed, Bever and Darling and Co. Limited, 116
  • High-speed, the Goodfellow, 499
  • the Lister, 527
  • of the Padale Steamer Lady Tyler, R. and W. Hawthorne, 273
  • Pumping, Trent Valley Pumping Station, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey and Co., 295
  • Pumping, Tandem Compound Condensing, Haniel and Lueg, Gneisenau Colliery, 203
  • Tramway, Glasgow, D. Stewart and Co, Limited (Supplement, December 5th, 1902), 537, 583, 596
  • Winding, Humboldt Company, 177
  • Winding, Prince Rudolph, 177
  • Winding, Twin Tandem Compound Con¬densing, Gutehoffnungshiitte, Oberhausen, 155
  • Engineering Works, Irlam, Royles Limited, 16,17
  • Engineer’s Point of View, South Africa from an, 225, 247, 275, 293, 319, 311, 388, 415, 433, 535, 557, 579, 580, 605
  • Engineers, Training of, at an American University, 466, 467, 470

F

  • FOREBAY Bulkhead and Pipe Line, Shawinigan Falls, 143
  • Friction Driven Lathe, United States, 519

G

  • GAS Plant, Mond, at Farnley, 494
  • Gates, Timber and Iron Lock, 40
  • Generators, Multipolar, Calcutta Electric Supply, Crompton and Co., Limited, 120
  • Girders, Support of the Ends of Cross, 609
  • Grinding Machine, Large, Landis Tool Company, 426

H

  • HAMMER, The Mas:ey Pneumatic Power, 240
  • Harbours of Ruhrort and Duisburg, 52
  • Harbour at Table Bay, 275, 276

I

  • INGOT Press, The Harmit, 252
  • Irrigation Works, Nile, Great Dam at Assuan , (Supplement, December 19th, 1902), 558, 580, 617

L

  • LATHE and Boring Machines, Jas. Spencer and Co., 448, 449, 450
  • Lathe, Friction-driven, United States. 519
  • Lathe for High-speed Steel, Heavy, Ryder and Son, 308
  • Lathe, Tool-room, W. H. Astbury, 502
  • Liquid Fuel Apparatus, The Diirr, 105
  • Locomotive, American, for the Uganda Railway, 612
  • Ancient, Hetton Railway, 57
  • Boiler with Cylindrical Fire-box, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. F. A. Hoy (Supplement, August 15th, 1902), 165
  • Compound, Norwegian State Rail¬ways, 396
  • Compound Four-coupled Express, Austrian State Railways, Herr Karl Gölsdorf, 258
  • Compound Four-cylinder Mineral, London and North-Western Rail¬way, Mr. F. W. Webb, 62
  • Compound Road, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 502
  • Compressed Air, Simplon Tunnel Works, 299
  • Consolidation, Norwegian State Rail¬ways, 525a
  • Locomotive, Constructing a French, 5, 54, 55
  • Express Passenger, Great Central Railway, Mr. J. G. Robinson (Supplement, July 4th, 1902) Narrow-gauge, Cape Government Railways, Mr. H. Beatty (Supple¬ments, September 5th and 19/A, 1902) Six-coupled Bogie Goode, American, 25, 26
  • Six-coupled Mineral Tank, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited (Supple¬ment, October 31«l, 1902) 419
  • Six-coupled Tank, Mr. F. Willans, Wrexham, Mold and Connab's Qaay Railway (Supplement, Novem¬ber 21st, 1902), 495
  • Tank, Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway, Avon6ide Engine Com¬pany, 326, 327
  • Log Frame, Centre-driven, Messrs. John Pickles and Son, 146
  • Lorry, The Brightmore Steam, 130, 131

M

  • MACHINE Tools at Belfort, 55, 104 ; Electric Machine Shop at, 105
  • Machine Tool, Universal, Mr. Linley, 42
  • Map of Cape to Cairo Railway, 108
  • Map of Panama Railway, 343
  • Map of Simplon and Tasquera Tunnels, 102
  • Mill, Steel Cone Paint, Follows and Bate, 528
  • Motor Cars, French Industrial, 543
  • Motor Cars, Mors Racing Car, 29; Serpollet Steam Racing Car. 29; Mercedes Car, Panhard Car, Napier Car. Renault Voituret'e, 36
  • Motor Cars, Oil, of 1902, Capt. C. C. Longridge, 402, 427, 479, 503, 526
  • Motor Car Show, Paris, 587
  • Motor Wagon Works, Thornycroft, 511, 512

N

  • NAVAL War Game, Remarkable Action in the, 409

O

  • OIL Fuel Tests, United States Naval, 476, 486 619
  • Oil as Fuel in Warships, 486
  • Ore by Oil, Elmore Plant for the Concentration of, 216

P

  • PIER, Tynemouth, 133
  • Pipe Callipers, Mr. Fuhrman Clarke, 284
  • Piston Ring Swaging Machine, Davy Robertson Engineering Co., 67
  • Piston Valves for Locomotives, Mr. Walter M. , Smith, 167, 169
  • Plan of Capetown Harbour, 276
  • Planing Machine, Hulse and Co., Limited, 238
  • Planing Machine, Messrs. C. Redman and Sons, 146
  • Portable Building, Pease’s Tubular Construction , Syndicate, Limited, 41
  • Portrait, Alfred Krupp, 511
  • Pressure Iadicator, Mr. J. E. Patavel, 344
  • Pulley, Built-up, Mr. Strauss Collin, 588
  • Pumps, Electrically-driven, Frank Pearn and Co., Limited, 375, 377
  • Pump, Screw, Mr. Henry Jones, 142
  • Pump, Vertical Compound Beam, Joseph Evans . and Sons, 7, 8
  • Pumping Machinery, Penrhyn Quarries, 184 ,

R

  • RAILWAYS, American, Lieut.-Col. W. V. Con¬stable's Report on the Working of, 242
  • Cape to Cairo, 160, 161, 203, 209
  • Elberfeld Suspension, 385, 434, 435, I 436, 441, 488, 489, 490
  • Leading to Ports, South African, Map of, 247
  • Signalling. Pneumatic, London and South-Western, 598