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List of Names.

A

  • ACHESON, Mr. E. G., Furnace for the Manu¬facture of Siloxican, 452
  • Alexandria, Centrifugal Pumping Engines for, Tangyes, Limited, 89
  • Allen, Son and Co., Mesara. W. H., Large Condenting Plant, 624, 525
  • Allison Smith, Automatic Coupler, 528
  • American International Exhibition of 1904, Map of Louisiana, 162
  • Archdale and Co., Limited, Jas., Electrically- driven Drilling Machine and Lathe, 175
  • Argentine Cruiser Moreno, 247
  • Asquith, Mr. W., Drilling and Boring Machine, 1 468
  • Atkins, Mr. G. J., Hypechlorite of Soda • Generator, 174

B

  • BALFOUR, R., Marine Installations for the Carriage of Refrigerated Cargoes, 424
  • Bamford’s Wind Engine, 432
  • Bell, Mr. Arthur L., Curves of Maximum Bending Moment, 469
  • Behize Motor Car Works, 465, 472
  • Blackstone's New Vaporiser, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 652
  • Blake, F. C., Petrol Locomotive, 47
  • Britannia Bridge, (553)
  • British Agricultural Machinery for the Colonies (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • British Farm Machinery in Canada (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Buffalo Breakwater, 515, 516, 517
  • Burrell and Sons Compound Traction Engine, 43

C

  • CALEDONIAN Express Locomotive, Six-wheels Coupled, 331
  • Canadian Niagara Power Works, 142, 143
  • Capell’s Wind Engines, 435
  • Carnforth Hematite Iron Company, Blowing Engine, 332, 333
  • Centurion, First-class Battleship, 622, 631
  • Cette, Blast Furnace Plant at, 307, 312
  • Charron, Girardot et Voigt, Eight-cylinder Petrol Motor Car, 324
  • Chilian Battleship Construction, The New, Arm¬strong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, Sir Wm., 92
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Boiler Feed Pumps, 97
  • Clarkson Steam Car, The, 261, 262
  • Clayton and Shuttlewortb, Thrashing Machines (ÜL, iv., Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Clayton and Shuttlewortb, Traction Engine, Road Roller, and Crane, 600
  • Clyde, Works and Shipyards on the, 6, 14, 126
  • Clydebank Dock, 200
  • Commonwealth, H.M.S., 518, 520, 550, 551
  • Cooper-Hewett Lamp and Static Converter, 74
  • Coulthard's Steam Lorry, Islington Show, 320
  • Crossley, Mr. W. J., Gas Engine Fly-wheel, 12
  • Crossley’s Experimental Compound Gas Engine,
  • Crystal Pa’aco Motor Car Show, 141, 160, 161, 212

D

  • DALTON, Mr. F. V.» Motor Car Too), 550
  • Dando Windmill, 435
  • Dacauville Char sis, Islington Show, 321
  • Dolter Surface Contact System, The, 272
  • Donaldson, Mr. H. F., Instrument for Measuring Pressure on Tools, 101
  • Dover Harbour Works, 610, 615, 619, 643
  • Dover, Promenade Subsidence at, 577
  • Dake and Ockenden’s Wind Ergine, 435
  • Durban Harbour Works, 417

E

  • EASTON and Co., Limited, 300 Horse-power Tandem Compound Engine for Superheated Steam (Supplement, January 30iZ, 1903), 115
  • Elderslie Graving Dock, 7, 14, 126*

F

  • FIELDING and Platt, Limited, Hydraulic Plate 1 Bender, 73
  • Firtb of Forth, Naval Basj on the, 265
  • Foster’s Colonial Thra^hiog Machine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Maize Shelter and Hoeker, and Telescopic Elevator, 655
  • France, Western Railway of, Express Engine, M. C'lerault (Supplement, May 15M, 1903), 492 '
  • French Racing Motor Cars, 412, 413
  • Fricker Maximum Demand Indicator, 479

G

  • GALLOWAYS, Limited, Blowing Engine, 332,333
  • Galloways, Limited, Vertical Blowing Engine, 268
  • Garrett’s Spark Arresters, Straw Burners and Thrashing Machines (xiv., xv., ii., Supplement, June 12lk, 1903)
  • Garvie Steam Pile Driver, The, 542
  • German Navy, Protected Searchlights in the, 221
  • Goold, Shapley and Muir's Wind Engine, 436
  • Granger’s Steam Trap, 390
  • Great Central Railway, Four-coupled Tank Engine, Mr. J. G. Robinson, 298
  • Great Eastern Railway Company's Steamer Brussels and her Engines (Supplement, January Sth, 1903), 34, 35
  • Great Eastern Railway Company’s Works at Stratford, 589, 590, 591, 592
  • Great Eastern Railway, Suburban Locomotive, Mr. Jas. Holden (Supplement, February (th, j 1903), 135
  • Great Northern Railway, Four-coupled Four- cylinder Locomotive, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, 89
  • Giinther and Sons, W., Turbines for a Textile Factory, 348

H

  • HALL'S Signalling System, North-Eastern Rail¬way, 617
  • Hamilton, Mr. J., Cold Saw, 475
  • Harrison, McGregor and Co., Limited, Mowing s and Heaping Machines (vii., viii., ix Supple¬ment, June 12lh, 1903)
  • Hayes Steam Launch, 266
  • Herbert, Limited, Alfred, Screw Pitch Tester, 165
  • Herbert, Limited, Messrs. Alfred, Milling Machine Methods, 513
  • Hill, Mr. E. J., Either-side Railway Wagon Brake, 121
  • Hornsby and Sons, Mowing and Reaping Ma¬chines, Ploughs (vii., ix , xii., Supplement, June , Wlh.lMH)
  • Howard, Messrs. J. and F., Horse Ploughs (x., xL, Supplement, June Y2.th, 1903)
  • Howard’s Long Straw Prees, Royal Agricultural s Society's Show, 655
  • Hoy, Mr. H. A., High-speed Eogine, 124, 125 d
  • Hubbard Gauge Frame, The, 422
  • Hulse and Co., Limited, Machine Tools for Loco¬motive Works, 221

I

  • ’’IDEAL Wind Engine, 435
  • India, Weirs in, 563
  • Indian Locomotive Works, Hydraulic Machinery for an, 10, 11
  • Italian First-class Battleship, Benedetto Brin, 389, 392

J

  • JOY, Mr. David, 290

K

  • KAYE and Sons, Misers. Joseph, Oil Can, 552
  • Kendall and Gent, Special Milling Machine, 400
  • Kimberley, Diamond Mining in, 59, 66, 113, 116. 117

L

  • LEEDS Forge Company, Limited, 40-Ton Steel Bogie Wagon, 177
  • London Bridge, Widening of, 83
  • London, Chatham and Dover Railway, Profile of, 213
  • London, Chatham and South-Eastern Railway, Express Passenger Engine, Mr. H. Wainwright (Supplement, February 27th, 1903), 213
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Radial Tank Engine, Mr. R. J. Billington, 444
  • London, Brighton and Santb Coast Railway Extensions— Queen’s-road Bridge, 285
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Improvements, Bridge over the London and South-Western Rail-ay, 488, 489 490, 491
  • London and North - Western Railway, Four- cylinder Compound Goods Locomotive, Mr. F. ( 1 W. Webb, 542
  • London and South-Western Railway Co.’s Ex¬tension at Clapham Junction, 453
  • London and South-Western Railway, Steam Motor Coach, 372
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Improvements, 96
  • London United Electric Tramways, Limited, , Power Station, 565, 568, 569

M

  • M’LAREN, Messrs. J. and H., 3000 Indicated Horse-power Triple-expansion Steam Engine, 313
  • McNaught Indicator, The, 311
  • Madeley Water Supply, Gas Power Plant, 147, 148
  • Mann’s Steam Cart and Wagon Works, 539, 540, 546
  • Mars Vertical Displacement Air Pump, Thomas and Marsland, 639
  • Marshall, Son and Co.’s Stacking and Thrashing Machines (v., iii., Supplement, June 12/A, 1903) ; Mather and Platt, Limited, Eight-pole Direct- I current Dynamo, 376
  • Matheson, Ewing, Roof Structures, 29, 30
  • Maud’s Windmill, 432
  • Merryweather and Sons, Chemical Fire Engine, 298
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Co.’s Watersoftening Plant, 349
  • Midland Railway Express Passenger Locomotive, z Mr. S. Johnson (Supplement, March 13th, 1903), ; 259,260
  • Miller Railway Signalling System, 176

N

  • NARRAGANSETT Oil-carrying Steamer, Messrs. Scott and Co., 500
  • Natal Government Railway Coal Wagons (30-Ton),
  • Newman, R. W., on the Effect of Design on Methods of Construction from a Contractor’s Point of View, 578, 603, 604
  • Niagara Falls, Electricity at, 647, 648, 650
  • Niagara Falls Observation Tower, 470
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, 62, 63
  • North British Railway Wagon, 6C0
  • Northern Railway of France, Steam Coach for, 476

O

  • ORIENT Pacific Liner Orontes and her Engines, Fairfield Company, Limited (Supplement, January 23rd, 1903), 85

P

  • PADERNO Viaduct, Italy, 383, 384, 441, 463
  • Paris Metropolitan Railway, Triple Tube Crossing, Parr, Mr. P. H., Types of Locomotive Connecting Rods, 187
  • Parion's Side-slip Preventer for Motor Cars, 37
  • Petter’s Agricultural Tractor (Royal Agricultural Society’s Show), 652
  • Petter and Sons, Limited, Jas. P., Oil Engine and Pump, 554 5,
  • Prior’s Leo Blast Furnaces, Compound Blowing Engines, Lillieshall and Co.. Limited (Supple¬ment!, February 13th and March 20th, 1903), 174

Q

  • QUEEN, The New Tarbine Channel Steamer, 614