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*Die Head, Automatic, Wharton’s Patent, 332
 
*Die Head, Automatic, Wharton’s Patent, 332
 
*Disc Grinder, 20in, C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., 192, 193
 
*Disc Grinder, 20in, C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., 192, 193
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*Disc Grinder, Roberts Bros., 217
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*Diving Boll and Barge for the Admiralty, (280)
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*Diving Bell at Wilhelmshaven, Holzmann and Co.’s Huge, (111)
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*Diving Machine for Locating the Wreck of the Rio de Janeiro, (395)
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'''Docks:
 +
*Chatham, New Dock Works Flooded, (185)
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*Dalny, Two Dry, in Course of Construction at, (469)
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*Dunkirk, Extension of. (589)
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*Floating, Building at Kiel for Kiao-cbau, (496)
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*Floating Dry, for the Philippines, (233)
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*Floating, for Durban, C. S. Swan and Hunter, Limited, 134, 136, (257), 515
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*Floating, La Rochelle, (35)
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*Graving, London and South-Western Railway, at Southampton, (85)
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*Humber Commercial, Grimsby, 168
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*Keyham, Extension, (185)
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*London and India, The Chairman of, on the Trade of London, &c., (395)
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*London, Their Area, (544)
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*Mersey Ducks and Harbour, Sand Removed from, and Cost of Dredging, (211)
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*Novelty in Dry Docking, (456)
 +
*i Pembroke, Pension Awarded to Chief Con¬structor at, (328)
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*Seabam Harbour, (171)
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*Severn Dry Dock Scheme, (544)
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*Swansea, New Deep-water Lock at the, (328)
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'''Dockyard Notes:
 +
*Above-water Tubes, 286
 +
*Achilles, Name Changed to Hibernia, 394
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*Admiral O’Neill, of the United States Navy, The Latest Toing said about Him, 286
 +
*"Admiralty Return,” The Last, 283
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*Ajax for Sale, Old Battleship, 237
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*Albemarle Ready for her Trials, 547
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*American Battleships, Names of the New, 325
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*American Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius, The, 237
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*Amethyst and Topaz, Additional Data of, 547
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*Arethusa to be used as a Gunnery Tender or Struck off the List, 499
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*Aretbusa to be Relieved by the Thein, 499
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*Argentine Armoured Cruiser San Mitra Launched under her New Name of Rividavia, 451
 +
*Argentine Cruisers, Turkey Proposes Buying the Two Italian-built, 261
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*Ariadne Sailed for the North American Station, Replaces the Crescent, 34
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*Armour Plates for the Three First-class Battle¬ships, 65
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*Armour for the Six New Cruisers, Mr. Arnold Forster’s Reply to Sir C. Dilke, 451
 +
*Austrian Battleship Babenbergto be Launched, 237, 325, 353
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*Barfleur to have One Mast only, 588
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*Barham Replaced by the Intrepid in the Mediterranean, 426
 +
*Battenberg, Commodore H.S.H. Prince Louis of, His Appointment, 426
 +
*Battleship Exterminators, The Inventor of, 286
 +
*Battleships, Names of the New American, 325
 +
*Battleships, Names of the New British, 325
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*Battleship, a New, 142
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*Bedford, Fitting for Liquid Fuel Experiments, 547
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*Bedford and other Ships of the Essex Class, Larger Propellers for, 142
 +
*Belleisle, Adventures of some Newspaper Corre¬spondents on Visiting the, 65; Fresh Series of Trials, 376
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*Belleisle Exporiments, Programme for the Next, 307
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*Belleville Boilers, The Canopus and, 561
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*Boilers in the French Navy, The State of, 564
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*British Submarines, Colour of, 237 ; Sufferings of Crews od, 261
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*Calliope to Leave Portsmouth for her next Cruise, 391
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*Canopus Goes Hopelessly Wrong, 564
 +
*Canopus in Trouble with her Bellevilles, 376
 +
*Centurion, Progress on the, 65
 +
*Centurion, Reconstruction of, 394
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*Centurion to have One Mast only, 588
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*Channel Fleet, Roturn of, 547
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*Chilean Battleships, The Two New, and Report that One is to be Taken Over by Argentina, 65, 181
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*Circe, The Torpedo Gunboat, 15
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*Classification of Ships and the Official Service Report at Portsmouth, 181
 +
*Coaling Vessels Fitted with Temperleys, 236
 +
*Commissioned Ships, War Value of Newly, 376
 +
*Crease, Major-General Sir J.,Crusade in Favour of Battleships with Armoured Bottoms, 286, 311
 +
*Crescent at Portsmouth, Arrival of the, 108
 +
*Cruiser of the Duke of Edinburgh Class, A New, 547
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*Cruiser to Replace the Cornwall, Reported Name of the, 426
 +
*Destroyers, The 27-Knot, 376 Dostroyer Zephyr Aground, 525, 547 Dockyard Repairs, 476
 +
*“Dotter,” Capt. P. Scott’s Invention, 91
 +
*“ Dragons ” Supplied to th3 Russian Fleet, 353
 +
*Drake, Speed Trial Results. 325
 +
*Duke of Edinburgh Class, The, 564
 +
*Duncan, Successful Steam Trials, 426
 +
*Empress of India made Rear-Admiral’s Flagship in the Home Fleet, 367
 +
*Europa, Successful Trials, 108
 +
*Excursion Steamers at the Review, 215
 +
*Exmouth, her Trills, 547
 +
*Fighting Tops Fitted to the Encounter and the Challenger, 286, 353
 +
*Fire Extinguishers, Testing cf Patent, 367
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*Flora to Replace the Old Pbieton, 499
 +
*French Armoured Cruiser Jeanne d’Arc, 237
 +
*French Battleship Charles Martel, Change of Rig, 261
 +
*French Battleship République, 237
 +
*French Battleship Soffren, 261
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*French Cruiser Jurien de la Gravière, Trials of, 476
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*French Flag-ship “Rsbenzorg” Laun:hed, The 376
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*French Fleet, Next Year’s Arrangements, 547
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*French Mediterranean Fleet to be Demobilised, 426

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A

  • ABEL, Sir Frederick, 255

Accidents, Explosions, and Fines.

  • Central Electric Supply Company, Marylebone, Collapse of a Staging, (420)
  • Chemical Explosions, Some Recent, 42
  • Crane Collapse at Messrs. Goodwin and Basby’s Iron Foundry, (303)
  • Domestic Oil Lamps in London, (211)
  • Earthquake Shocks in Portugal and Italy. (137)
  • Earthquake Shocks in South California, (135)
  • Engine Accidents, United States, (614)
  • Fall of Roof, Clydach Vale, (268)
  • Flooding of Dock at Chatham, (185)
  • Flooding of Union Colliery, Forest of Dean, (268)
  • Lift Accident on the East Hill, Hastings, (303)
  • Motor Accident, M. H. Deutsch Seriously Injured,(137)
  • Motor Car Accident Narrowly Averted, General Sir E. Wood and his Staff, (185)
  • Motor Car Accident near Rearsby, in Leicester¬shire, (185)
  • Petroleum Spirit on Waste, Cleaning Gas Engine with, a Man Killed whilst, (257)
  • Tay Bridge, Men Blown from the, whilst Paint- | iog it, (280)
  • Winding, Tirpentwys, (382)
  • Winding, Treharris No. 1,Ocean P.t, (482), (552)
  • Explosions, Boiler, United States, (614)
  • Boiler, Melyn Tin-plate Works, (198)
  • Abertysswg Colliery, (316)
  • Colliery, Abertwysog, (268)
  • Colliery, Wollongong, Australia, J (288)
  • Gunpowder Works, Waltham, (589)
  • Nobel's Dynamite Factory, (355)
  • Powder, in a Mine, Uah, (137)
  • Stalybridge, from an Economiser, (107)
  • Fires, Bridge between New York and Brooklyn ' Damaged by, (469)
  • Drury-lane, (185)
  • Engineering Works of Messrs. Goddard, Massey and Warner, (11)
  • Loss of the United States and Canada in First Half of 1901-1902, (162)
  • Palmer's Shipbuilding Works, (85)
  • Tramway Depót, Barrow-in-Furness,(11)
  • ACID Waste, Lye District, Treatment of. (576)
  • Aerial Navigation, Mr. Spencer’s Flying Machine, (303), (395)
  • Aë.-onautics and War, 440
  • Africa, South, from an Engineer’s Point of View, 61, 93. 247, 275. 293, 319, 341, 389, 415, 433, 535, 539, 557, 579, 605
  • Agricultural Development, Wells Drilled by the Cape Government, (395)
  • Implements in Turkey, Opening for, (257)
  • Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 29, 30
  • Machinery at Odessa, Demand for, and American Competition, (328)
  • Machinery in Russia, English, j American, and German, 262
  • Air Compressor, Electrically-driven, Reavell and Co., 620
  • Air Compressors, Quadruple Two-stage, 182
  • Air Respirable in Closed Places, Apparatus for Rendering, (328)
  • Airship. Mr. Stanley Spencer’s Second Trip, (395)
  • Airship for the War-office, Construction of Dr. 1 Barton’s, (257)
  • Alcohol as a Source of Motive Power, Prof. Bahrend’s Experiments, (303)
  • Alcohol without Re-distillation, A German Appa¬ratus for Producing Fine, (162)
  • A’ien Immigrants Arrived in the United Kingdom during September 1901 and 1902, (395)
  • Allison, Mr Henry Thomas, (48)
  • Alloy for Lining Bearings, Crank-pin Bushes, &c., (280)
  • Almanacs and Diaries, 600, 624
  • Aluminium Alloys, Electric Conductivity of, as Affected by the London Atmo¬sphere, Prof. E. Wilson, 301 and Nickel in Russia, Increasing Use of, (257)
  • Production of, (616)
  • for Sharpening Cutlery, Use of, (469)
  • Weight and Cost, Compared to other Metals, (614)
  • America for Draughtsmen, 266
  • American Agricultural Manufacturers' Combina¬tion, (211)
  • Competition, Mr. J. S. Jeans rn, (600); Mr. W. J. Cudworth on, (624)
  • Competition and Mr. Mosely’s Scheme, | 214
  • Competition in South Africa, (211)
  • Contractor late again, The, (496), (499)
  • Cup Challenge, The, 391
  • Dollars into English Pounds, Table for Converting, (211)
  • Enterprise Frustrated at Marseilles, (Hl)
  • Enterprise in England, 15
  • Industries, 523
  • Invasion, The, 619
  • Methods, and those who go from England and make Comparisons between them and English, (624)
  • Trade, (15)
  • Trusts, Mr. G. Roberts’ Suggestion as to bow the United States Government should Seek to Control, (280)
  • Analysis by Rote. 393
  • Anchor Chains, 50-Toa, (35)
  • Aneroid Barometers, The Royal Meteorological Society and, (111)

Appointments and Resignations: Appointments:

  • Brickwell, Mr. A. J., (519)
  • Carpenter, Mr. R. Forbes, (544)
  • Conaty, Mr. Geo., (211)
  • Cousins. Mr. Edmund, (395)
  • Dolly, Mr. T., (328)
  • Dunn, Mr. Matthew, (150)
  • Eyre, Mr. F. A., (257)
  • Gooday, Lieut.-Colonel J. F. S., (137)
  • Hendrie, Mr. David, (469)
  • Hobson, Mr. J. A., Master Cutler of Sheffield, (197)
  • Hughes, Colonel, (221)
  • Jepson, Mr. W. A., (469)
  • Jones, Lieut.-Col. A. S., Manager of Sewage Works in the Aidershot District, (61)
  • Macaulay. Mr. F. W„ (552)
  • Mastin, Mr. A. B., (395)
  • Pagan, Mr. Wm., (454)
  • Pitman, Mr. E. F., (454)
  • Ransome, Mr. James, (565)
  • Richards, Mr. A. E., (328)
  • Rose, Dr. T. Kirke, (589)
  • Smith, Commander Hamilton P., (455)
  • Tatlow, Mr. W., (89)
  • White, Mr. A. J., (601)
  • Winter, Mr. Geo., (359)
  • Worsdell, Mr. H., to the Great Central, (71), (137)
  • Resignations:
  • , Cock, Mr. Henry, (328)
  • G»le, Mr. Jas. M„ (596)
  • Mugliston, Mr W. L., (469)
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., 523

Armour Plating:

  • Delivered at the United States Shipyards, 1901, ! (496)
  • Hardening the Surface of, Lieut. Davis’ Process for, (137)
  • Mill Order by the Japanese Government, (61), (71)
  • Orders for the Armour Plate for the Dominion, the King Edward VII., and the Common¬wealth, (11). (21), 65. (221)
  • ARBITRATION, Compulsory, 259
  • Arbitration, Failure of Compulsory, 14
  • Arch Construction with Three Points, Charac¬teristic, (211)
  • Artesian Wells, Cape Colony, (303) Arthur Stoker, The, 478
  • Ash Washing Machine, 281

Association, American Tramway:

  • (622)

Association, British-see British Association

Association of Engineers, Leeds:

  • Inaugural Address by the President, Mr. G. W. I Blackburn, 358
  • Motor Cars, Use and Speed of, Opening Address by the President, Mr. Geo. W. | Blackburn, 358
  • Steel, High-speed Cutting, Mr. J. Miley, (440)
  • Visit to the Works of Messrs. Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, (172)

Association of Engineers, Manchester: Annual General Meeting, (600)

  • Engineering Workshops, Design, and Construction of Modern, Mr. J. H. Humphreys, 575
  • Mechanical Boiler Draught. Modern Production of, Mr. W. L. Sutc iffe, 530
  • Milling Cutters, Design and Manufacture of, Mr. S. N. Brayshaw, 429
  • Programme for Opaning Meeting, (337)
  • Visit to the British Westinghouse Works, 379
  • Water Hammer Action in Steam Pipes, Mr. C. E. Blromeyer on the Cause of, (481)

Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:

  • Annual Convention, (15), 27
  • Correct Type of Engine for Large Generation I Stations, Mr. A. A. Day, 37
  • Double-current Generators and their Applica¬tion, Mr. Ruthven-Murray, 27
  • High-tension Continuous-current Systems, Mr. 1 A. S. Barnard, 28
  • Inaugural Address, Mr. Rider’s, 27

Association, Liverpool Self-Propelled Traffic :

  • Adoption of Report: Resolutions Carried, (39)

Association, Municipal Electrical:

  • Board of Trade Regulations relative to Series Incandescent Lighting at 500 Volts, Amendment Desired to, (35)
  • Correct Type of Engine for Large Generating Stations, Mr. A. A. Day, 53
  • Eartbiog Notes, re, Mr. H. Faraday Proctor, 53
  • Relative Advantages of Two and Three-wire 1 Distribution, Mr. F. C. Snell, 53
  • Steam Turbines, Mr. S. E. Fedden, 53

Association, National Free Labour:

  • Tenth Annual Congress, 367

Association, The Nation Industrial:

  • (619)

Association, Yorkshire Miners

  • Annual Report, Mr. Benjamin Pickard, 523

Association of Waterworks Engi¬neers, British:

  • Annual General Meeting, The Seventh, 70
  • Domestic Filtration, Dr. Joseph Priestley, 115
  • Electrolysis in Water Pipas, Mr. W. H. i Humphreys, 115
  • Inaugural Address of President, Mr. Fred. Griffith, 80
  • Pumps, App'ication of Suspended Steam, to the Sinking of Deep Shafts, Mr. W. Price Abell, 80
  • Seventh Winter Meeting, and Papers to be Raad at, (477) I
  • Standardisation of Water Fittings, Mr. R. S. Lloyd, 80
  • Turbine-driven Pumps at Windsor Corporation Waterworks, Mr. Christopher Sainty, 115
  • Turbine Pumping Plant, Guildford Corporation Waterworks, Mr. C. G. Mason, 115
  • Visits to the Blackbrook Reservoir of the Laughborough Waterworks and to the Northampton Waterworks, 115
  • Watar Power Pumping Plant, Reading Water¬works, Mr. A. T. Walker, 115
  • Water Supplies, On Rural, Messrs. Jas. Dew¬hurst and H. G. Keywood, 80
  • AS3UAN Dam and the Assiout Weir, (137), 558, 559, 563, 580, 617, 618 (Supplement, December ( 19M, 1902)
  • Atmosphere of the House of Commons, The, (233)
  • Atmospheric Discharges, Apparatus for Auto¬matically Registering, (11)
  • Australia, New Route to, 180
  • Automatic Machines for Sale of Postage Stamps, Berlin Railway Stations, (280)
  • Automatic Stokers, 14
  • Automatic X-Ray Machine on the Penny-in-the < Slot System, (303)
  • Axles, Collinge Carriage, 477, 500, 573
  • Ayris, Mr. John, 476

B

  • BALLOON to CroBs the Sahara, 217
  • Balloon with Interior Keel, Navigable, M. Torres on, (257)
  • Balloon, Mr. Santos Dumont’s New, (280)
  • Barcelona, Shipbuilding Industry, Falling-off in Value of Exports from, Opening for a Manu¬factory of Screws for Woodwork, (85)
  • Barlow, Mr. W. H., (519)
  • Barrow, Mr. Jas., (328), (338)
  • Bass Rock and the Commissioners of Northern Lighthouses, (519)
  • Bauxite Exports from Marseilles, (185)
  • Bauxite, Largely used by Electrolytic Works, i (233)
  • Bauxite of Three Kinds Produced in Franc?, (443)
  • Bedworth Drainage and Sewage Disposal Scheme, 502
  • Belfast, Libraries for, Mr. A. Carnegie’s Gift, (443)
  • Belgian Royal Commission on Rivers Pollution, 493
  • Bell Rock Lighthouse, The, 159
  • Beloe, Mr. Cnas. Henry, 189
  • Ben Nevis Observatory, 142
  • Bicyclist's Speed Record, (35)
  • Billet Mill, New American, 550

Bills:

  • Australian Water and Drainage, (280)
  • Charing Cross, Easton, and Hampstead ; and the Great Northern and City, (111)
  • Coventry to Arley Railway Line, (496)
  • London County Council’s Subways and Tram¬ways, (85)
  • London United Electric Railways, 399
  • London Water, London County Council Opposes the, (544)
  • Passed through House of Lords, (589)
  • Patent-office Buildings, Extension of, (544)
  • Piccadilly, City, and North-Eastern Railway, 399
  • Railway, Bristol to London; Londonand Brighton Electric Express; North-Eastern; Lancashire and Yorkshire; Great Northern ; Midland and Great Central; Derbyshire, (544)
  • Regulation of the Supply of Water-gas and other Poisonous Gases, (372)
  • Thames Steamboat Service, London County I Council, (544)
  • Wolverhampton Corporation Water, (170)
  • BILSTON Sewerage Scheme, (530)
  • Birmingham City Arcades Scheme, Completion of, k530)
  • Bitterfeld Chemical Works, 229, 234
  • Blackband, Lanarkshire, (280)
  • Blast Furnaces in Belgium in Operation, (395), (496)
  • Blast Furnace Construction, Jno. L. Stevenson, (Supplement, October 10th, 1902), 248, 249, 322, 323, 347, 386, 387, 474. 475
  • Blast Furnace, Irondale, Washington, Opened, (395)
  • Blast Furnace, Large Charcoal, at Vares, in Bosnia, (395)
  • Board of Trade Returns for July, (185)
  • Boardite, (455), 501

Boilers:

  • Demand for, in the British Columbian Mining 1 Camp*, (519)
  • Explosions Acts, Report upon the Working of, (614)
  • Explosions—see Accidents
  • Feed Pumps for, J. Evans and Co., 7, 8
  • Flash, by J. S. V. Bickford, 514, 538, 585
  • Flash, John Johnston, 573
  • Flash, David Smith, 585
  • Flash, for Steam Launch, 311
  • Industry, German, 446
  • Locomotive, with Cylindrical Fire-box, Lan¬cashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. H. A. Hoy (Supplement, August 15th, 1902), 165
  • Mineral Oil in, 194 I Navy, 38, 63, 141
  • Ohio State, Licence Law Amendment as to Boilers and Unlicensed Engineers, (211)
  • Petroleum for, 241
  • Point in the Design of, 282
  • Regulations as to Siza of, to be Operated by Unlicensed Engineers, (211)
  • Scale Prevention and Steam Jacket*, 241
  • Solignac, Mr. W. H. Booth on the, 302
  • Water-tube, the Stirling Bailer Company, Limited, 127
  • Yarrow, for the Dutch Navy, (35)
  • BOOKS and Students, 164
  • Booth and Bros., Limited, Joseph, Sums collected for three Reservists in their Employ, (355)
  • Bore-holes in South Africa, 389
  • Boring and Planing Machine, Horizontal, Messrs Ward, Haggas and Smith, 168
  • Bradford Exports to the United States, (137
  • Branfoot, Mr. Wm., (505)
  • Brass Foundry Ash-washing Machine, Messrs. E H. Birley and Co., 284
  • Breakwater, Concrete, U.S.A., (46)
  • Bricklaying Machine, 309
  • Brick-making Machine, Glazed, Messrs. Pullan an Mann, 66
  • Brick-making Process, A New, 452

Bridges:

  • Barrow and Walney Island, Proposed, (614)
  • Bascule at Chicago, New Form of, (46), (420)
  • Breydon Railway, 476
  • Brooklyn, Moving Platforms Worked by Electricity Projected for, (61)
  • Building, Characteristic Arch, with Three Points, Patented in Germany, (211)
  • California, Santa Anna River Railway, (496)
  • Canal, over the River Lippe, 34, 44
  • Clyde, The Widest Railway Crossing of any River, (280)
  • Construction, Modern Practice in, Mr. J. R. Orr, 515
  • Cross Girders, Support of the Ends of, 609
  • Experiments on Railway and Raad, 3
  • Forth, (565)
  • Fonr-track Double-deck, U.S.A,, Pennsylvania Railway, (622)
  • Impact Fatigue in Railway, 465
  • Kew, 300, 304, (328), 423
  • La Rochelle, with a Suspended Running Carrier,
  • London, Widening of, 426. 542, 596, 597
  • Maidenhead, Abolition of Tolls, &c., (589)
  • Mawddach Estuary, at Barmouth, for the Cam¬brian Railway Company, 171
  • Mayence Railway, Reconstruction of, 314, 318, 349
  • Mississippi, Great Cantilever Railway Bridge over the, (565)
  • Newcastle. New, 171, 227
  • Newport, Transporter, (482)
  • Pennsylvania, Railway Masonry, 308
  • Plate Girder Bascule, over the Milwaukee River, (196)
  • Pontoon System used by the French, (355)
  • Railway and Road, Experiments on, 3
  • Severn, at Iron Bridge, The First Iron, Built in England, a Portion Gives Way, (233)
  • Steel Arch and Stone Arch, United States, 621
  • Steel, over the Seine, for the Metropolitan Railway, (61)
  • Strand, at the Bottom of Wellington-street, (443)
  • Summerbill and Trenton, U.S.A., 308
  • Sydney, North Shore, Tenders for, 210, (222), (317)
  • Tyne, at Newcastle, High-level Railway for the North Eastern, 171, 227
  • Uganda Railway, 513
  • Vauxhall, 476, 522
  • Works, 148
  • BRITANNIA Works at Middlesbrough, Re-con¬struction of, (150)

British Association:

  • Addressee, by Prof. R. H. Smith, 459, 485
  • Address of Prof. Jas. Dewar, Ioaugural 234 287
  • Address ^by Prof. John Perry, 302, 813, 335,
  • Admiralty Water-tube Boiler Committee, Résumé of Report, 302
  • Boiler, Solignac, Mr. W. H. Booth, 302
  • Dynamo, Making of a, Mr. H. A. Mavor, 302
  • Electrical Conductivity of Certain Aluminium Alloys as Affected by London Atmosphere Prof. E. Wilson, 301
  • Engineering Work, Importance of Minor Details in, Mr. M. Holroyd Smith, 301
  • Engineers. Training of, Prof. Perry, 302, 313, 335, 357j (527)
  • Gas Engine Explosions. Mr. H. E. Wimperis and Prof. Perry on, 802, 854
  • Gas Engines, Recent Progress in Large, Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 277
  • In’ftnt^RBD8e finder, Prof G®o. Forbes on This, 302
  • Ireland, Rainfall of, Dr. H. R. Mills, and Water Power of, Mr. F. J. Dick, 278 Levelling Staff, Direct-reducing, Mr. C. W. Herdman, 278
  • Ocean Currents, Direction and Velocity of Material-bearing, Mr. R. G. Allanson-Winn, Resistance of Road Vehicles to Traction, Prof. Hele-Shaw, 277
  • Sledges, Regular Undulations Produced in a Road by the Uss, Dr. Vaughan Cornish, 278
  • Smoke, Prevention of, Mr. J. S. Raworth, 302
  • Smokeless Combustion of Bituminous Fuels, Mr. W. H. Booth, 302
  • Specific Utilisation of Materials in Dynamo Design, Professor S. P. Thompson, 301
  • Steam Turbine, Hon. C. A. Parsons, 277
  • Telepbone, Future of, in the United Kingdom, Mr. J. E. Kingsbury, 301
  • Working Model of all Station’s Express Trains, Mr. J. Brown, 278
  • Workshop, Science of the, Mr. W. Taylor, 301
  • BRITISH Exports to Italy, (268)
  • British North Borneo, Principal Imports of Trade of, (137)
  • British Trade and American Methods, 500
  • British Trade in Switzerland, Falling off of, (565), (580) '
  • Brotherhood, Mr. Peter, 375
  • Brown and Co., John. Amalgamation with Thos. Firth and Sons, 428
  • Buildings, Portable, 41
  • Bailding, Sky-scraper, New York, Twenty Storeys High, (162)
  • Burmah, for, becoming the Sole Trade Route to Yunnan, Opportunity for, (111)
  • Bushey Physical Laboratory, Machinery and Scientific Apparatus at, (111)

C

  • CABLES to the North, Subterranean, 468
  • Callipers, Pipe, 284
  • Campanile of St. Mark’s, The Fallen, 142
  • Canada, Postil Revenue and Expenditure, (565)
  • Canadian Trade, a Record for, (111)

Canals:

  • Bay of Biscay and the Mediterranean, Pro¬jected, (565)
  • Birmingham, (442)
  • Chicago Drainage, Dam at Ioliet, (233)
  • Corinth Maritime, Accounts for the Year, (395)
  • Danube, between Tulcha and Sulina, (395)
  • Dortmund-Ems, Traffic, (35)
  • Erie, (361), (589)
  • Inter-Oceanic, The Proposed, 1, 78
  • Leipzig with the Elbe, Project for Connecting. (280)
  • Manchester Ship, Death of Mr. A. H. Whit¬worth, Secretary of, (233); His Successor, (257); Progress of, (525) ; Revenue for October, (525); Traffic Returns, (420), (614) Michigan, Lake Superior Power Company's. (162)
  • Netherton, (442)
  • North Sea and Baltic, Returns, (35), (372);
  • September Traffic, (443)
  • Panama, Question of the Legality of the French Company’s Rights to, (443)
  • Soo, C mada, 394, 500
  • Suez, Returns, (11), (233); Maximum Draught for Ships using, (233)
  • Teddingtou to the English Channel, Projected, (565)
  • Viborg, Projected, (211)
  • Wolverhampton, 66
  • CARNEGIE, Mr. A., Freedom of Perth Presented to, ('280) '
  • Carnegie, Mr. Andrew, Offer to the Leicester Free Library Committee, (11)
  • Castings, Malleable, 501
  • Catalogues, 19, 72, 94, 120, 223, 245, 291, 339, 406, 428, 452, 504, 530, 552, 554, 602, 624
  • Cement Works at Grays, 45
  • Chain Stud, the Heaviest ever Made in Stafford¬shire, (372)
  • Chemical Industry in Germany, (111) Chemical Works at Bitterfeld, 2*29, 234 Chemistry in Germany, 331
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, Use of Water Power Developed by the, (233)
  • Chili, Opening for British Capital in, (233)
  • Chinese, Business Integrity of the, (469)
  • Chinese Population, (257)
  • Chippenham Sewerage Sjheme, Sanction to Borrow 4:12,000, (11)
  • Clapham, Mr. Wm., (289)
  • Clay and Products of Clay in the United States, Total Value of, (211)
  • Clock Dials, Illuminating, Sir W. H. Bailey’s , Method, (315)
  • Clock, E'ectrically-lighted, (315), (552)
  • Cloth workers' Scholarship and Free Studentships, (355)
  • Clyde Trust, New Works, 263

Coal:

  • American Strike, (359), (360), 375
  • Australia, (328)
  • Baluchistan, Output at Kbost, in, (185)
  • Bohemia, Brown Coal Industry, (211)
  • British, Found to be Cheaper than German by German Manufacturers, (162)
  • Caucasus, Output of, (185)
  • China, (35)
  • ('.iking, One Ton of Gravity and Heat of Burnt Gas given off in the Process, (328) Coaling Facilities at Glasgow, (196)
  • Colorado State, Inexhaustible Supply, (395)
  • Cutting by Machinery, Mr. A. D. Mitton on, (575)
  • Cutting Machinery, Lancashire, (35)
  • Donetz District, Steps towards Improving the Industry, (420)
  • Dusts, the Most Inflammable and Dangerous, (614)
  • Dust for Blasting in Mines, Use of, (211)
  • European Russia, Last Year’s Output of, (61)
  • Ferghana Territory, Deposits Disco ver cl Last Year, (111)
  • French and Foreign. Map of France Showing J Consumption of, (111)
  • German, Sent to France, (614)
  • Hardening of Prices and Present Outlook, 360
  • Immersion of, as a Meansof Preserving Calorific Properties of, (443), 451
  • Imparts from United Kingdom to Germany for Manufacture of Coke, (185)
  • Indian Output, (565)
  • Ireland, (35)
  • Kherson, Discovery of an Extensive Field, (185)
  • Locomotive, 57
  • Manchester City Council’s Contracts for Supply of, (61)
  • Menai Straits, Borings on Both Sides of the, (Ul)
  • Mined in France Annually, (469)
  • Mining Accidents, United States, 1901, (355)
  • New South Wales, (35)
  • Oils as Fuel, Relative Cost of, (137)
  • Ontario, Search for, in, (469)
  • Owners and the South Wales Miners’ Federa¬tion, 91, 140, 145
  • President Roosevelt and, 397
  • Pulverised, for Power Plants, Mr. F. G. Gasche on, (519)
  • Pulverising Plant, Indianapali», (420)
  • Queensland, 1901, Output, (162)
  • Raw. Scotch Blast Furnaces Working with, , (280)
  • Russia s Asiatic Output, 228
  • Siberian, 523
  • Sinkings near Worksop, The Wigan Coal and Iron Company, (288)
  • Staffordshire, Discovery of New Field, (328)
  • Storage of Steam, Admiralty Chemist to Report on the Question, 451
  • Storing and Handling Plant, The Lowell Gas Company, United States, (46)
  • Strikes, 425
  • Strike, Pennsylvania, Anthracite, (61). (72)
  • Strike in the United States, 351, (359), (360), 375
  • Swedish Metal and, 215
  • Trade, A Bird’s-eye View of the, 282
  • Trade of British Columbia. Effected by Increas¬ing Use of Oil as Fuel, (233)
  • Trade Crisis, Mr. D. A. Thomas on the Approaching, 316
  • Trinidad, (280)
  • Turkish, Quoted by London Agent’, (544)
  • Tyne Shipments if, for Half year, (61)
  • United States Production, (372)
  • Ural Region, Oatput of, (61), (162)
  • Waste, German Machinery tor Making Briquettes out of. (614)
  • Welsh Contracts, 573
  • Welsh, at Dartmouth, Bunkering, 574
  • Westphalia, (11)
  • Westphalian, Supplied to France, (111)
  • World’s Production io 1901, (372), (468)
  • Yorkshire and Belgian Coalfields, Presumably Connected, (355)
  • COKE, Imported into France, and Exported from. (395)
  • Coke Ovens, By-product, Messrs. Bolckow, r Vaughan and Co., (623)
  • Cold Storage, Dr. Linde on, (417)
  • Collinge Carriage Axles, 477, 500, 573
  • Colonial Markets (set “Too Good,” 500), 473
  • Colorado Desert, Heat of the, (185)
  • Commercial Treaty, Germany, United States, and Japan, (395)
  • Concrete Breakwater, Buffalo, U.S.A., (46)
  • Concrete in a Cross-cut in a German Colliery. Use of, (565)
  • Condensers, Surface, Isaac Storey and Sons, Limited, (429)
  • Condensing by Evaporation, (622)
  • Consuls and Commerce, (378)

Copper:

  • Advice to Engineers, and Probable Prices of, 188, 260
  • Mines in R Rumania, (257)
  • Stay-making Machines, Alfred Herbert and Co., 9
  • Total Production of, in all Parts of the World, (61)
  • COREA, Exploitation for Gold in, (162)
  • Cornell University, 466, 470
  • Coronation Festivities, Westminster, Engineer’s Report on Cost of Erecting Stands, (85)
  • Coronation Honours, 10
  • Corrupt Works’ Management, Mr. T. Good and, 213
  • Cotton Seed Oil, (504)
  • Coventry, Municipal R ites, (395)
  • Crane, 5-Ton Electric Foundry, Ransomes and Rapier, Limited, 83
  • Crane, Goliath, Stothert and Pitt, 286
  • Crane, 3-Ton Locomotive, Jessop and Appleby Bros.. Limited, 239
  • Craven Bros., Limited, New Works at Reddish. (97)
  • Croker, Mr., His Suspension and its Cause, (185)
  • Croll, Mr. Geo., Presentation to, (266)
  • Crystal Palace, Visitors, Receipts, Expenditure,
  • Cuba, Imports of Machinery and Metal into, from United States, the United Kingdom, and Ger¬many, (469)
  • Curve, Location of a Circular, 241
  • Cut, A Heavy, 144
  • Cutters, Milling, Mr. S. N. Brayshaw on, 429
  • Cycle Shows, The, 518
  • Cycles for Sontb Africa, 43

D

  • DAIRY Implements, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 31
  • Dam, Another High Earth, United States, (454)
  • Assuan—we Assuan Regulating, United States, (456)
  • A Huge Earth, United States of America, (244)
  • Derby Technical College, Evening Classes for Engineer Apprentices, (443)
  • Destructor Plants for Bahia to Patents of W. Price Abell, (443)
  • Dewar, Prof. Jas., His Address at the British Association, 264, 287
  • Die Head, Automatic, Wharton’s Patent, 332
  • Disc Grinder, 20in, C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., 192, 193
  • Disc Grinder, Roberts Bros., 217
  • Diving Boll and Barge for the Admiralty, (280)
  • Diving Bell at Wilhelmshaven, Holzmann and Co.’s Huge, (111)
  • Diving Machine for Locating the Wreck of the Rio de Janeiro, (395)

Docks:

  • Chatham, New Dock Works Flooded, (185)
  • Dalny, Two Dry, in Course of Construction at, (469)
  • Dunkirk, Extension of. (589)
  • Floating, Building at Kiel for Kiao-cbau, (496)
  • Floating Dry, for the Philippines, (233)
  • Floating, for Durban, C. S. Swan and Hunter, Limited, 134, 136, (257), 515
  • Floating, La Rochelle, (35)
  • Graving, London and South-Western Railway, at Southampton, (85)
  • Humber Commercial, Grimsby, 168
  • Keyham, Extension, (185)
  • London and India, The Chairman of, on the Trade of London, &c., (395)
  • London, Their Area, (544)
  • Mersey Ducks and Harbour, Sand Removed from, and Cost of Dredging, (211)
  • Novelty in Dry Docking, (456)
  • i Pembroke, Pension Awarded to Chief Con¬structor at, (328)
  • Seabam Harbour, (171)
  • Severn Dry Dock Scheme, (544)
  • Swansea, New Deep-water Lock at the, (328)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Above-water Tubes, 286
  • Achilles, Name Changed to Hibernia, 394
  • Admiral O’Neill, of the United States Navy, The Latest Toing said about Him, 286
  • "Admiralty Return,” The Last, 283
  • Ajax for Sale, Old Battleship, 237
  • Albemarle Ready for her Trials, 547
  • American Battleships, Names of the New, 325
  • American Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius, The, 237
  • Amethyst and Topaz, Additional Data of, 547
  • Arethusa to be used as a Gunnery Tender or Struck off the List, 499
  • Aretbusa to be Relieved by the Thein, 499
  • Argentine Armoured Cruiser San Mitra Launched under her New Name of Rividavia, 451
  • Argentine Cruisers, Turkey Proposes Buying the Two Italian-built, 261
  • Ariadne Sailed for the North American Station, Replaces the Crescent, 34
  • Armour Plates for the Three First-class Battle¬ships, 65
  • Armour for the Six New Cruisers, Mr. Arnold Forster’s Reply to Sir C. Dilke, 451
  • Austrian Battleship Babenbergto be Launched, 237, 325, 353
  • Barfleur to have One Mast only, 588
  • Barham Replaced by the Intrepid in the Mediterranean, 426
  • Battenberg, Commodore H.S.H. Prince Louis of, His Appointment, 426
  • Battleship Exterminators, The Inventor of, 286
  • Battleships, Names of the New American, 325
  • Battleships, Names of the New British, 325
  • Battleship, a New, 142
  • Bedford, Fitting for Liquid Fuel Experiments, 547
  • Bedford and other Ships of the Essex Class, Larger Propellers for, 142
  • Belleisle, Adventures of some Newspaper Corre¬spondents on Visiting the, 65; Fresh Series of Trials, 376
  • Belleisle Exporiments, Programme for the Next, 307
  • Belleville Boilers, The Canopus and, 561
  • Boilers in the French Navy, The State of, 564
  • British Submarines, Colour of, 237 ; Sufferings of Crews od, 261
  • Calliope to Leave Portsmouth for her next Cruise, 391
  • Canopus Goes Hopelessly Wrong, 564
  • Canopus in Trouble with her Bellevilles, 376
  • Centurion, Progress on the, 65
  • Centurion, Reconstruction of, 394
  • Centurion to have One Mast only, 588
  • Channel Fleet, Roturn of, 547
  • Chilean Battleships, The Two New, and Report that One is to be Taken Over by Argentina, 65, 181
  • Circe, The Torpedo Gunboat, 15
  • Classification of Ships and the Official Service Report at Portsmouth, 181
  • Coaling Vessels Fitted with Temperleys, 236
  • Commissioned Ships, War Value of Newly, 376
  • Crease, Major-General Sir J.,Crusade in Favour of Battleships with Armoured Bottoms, 286, 311
  • Crescent at Portsmouth, Arrival of the, 108
  • Cruiser of the Duke of Edinburgh Class, A New, 547
  • Cruiser to Replace the Cornwall, Reported Name of the, 426
  • Destroyers, The 27-Knot, 376 Dostroyer Zephyr Aground, 525, 547 Dockyard Repairs, 476
  • “Dotter,” Capt. P. Scott’s Invention, 91
  • “ Dragons ” Supplied to th3 Russian Fleet, 353
  • Drake, Speed Trial Results. 325
  • Duke of Edinburgh Class, The, 564
  • Duncan, Successful Steam Trials, 426
  • Empress of India made Rear-Admiral’s Flagship in the Home Fleet, 367
  • Europa, Successful Trials, 108
  • Excursion Steamers at the Review, 215
  • Exmouth, her Trills, 547
  • Fighting Tops Fitted to the Encounter and the Challenger, 286, 353
  • Fire Extinguishers, Testing cf Patent, 367
  • Flora to Replace the Old Pbieton, 499
  • French Armoured Cruiser Jeanne d’Arc, 237
  • French Battleship Charles Martel, Change of Rig, 261
  • French Battleship République, 237
  • French Battleship Soffren, 261
  • French Cruiser Jurien de la Gravière, Trials of, 476
  • French Flag-ship “Rsbenzorg” Laun:hed, The 376
  • French Fleet, Next Year’s Arrangements, 547
  • French Mediterranean Fleet to be Demobilised, 426