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*Section IL, Dredging and Harbour Works. 617-620
 
*Section IL, Dredging and Harbour Works. 617-620
 
*Section III., Cranosand Gas Eagines,620—628 ; Internal Combustion Engines for Driving Dynamos, H. A. Humphrey, 627
 
*Section III., Cranosand Gas Eagines,620—628 ; Internal Combustion Engines for Driving Dynamos, H. A. Humphrey, 627
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*Section III., Petrol Motors for Locomotion, Use of, Mons. E. Sauvage, 611
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*Section III., Speeds of Overhead and other Cranes as a Factor in Economical Handling of Material in Working, Mr. A. P. Head, 620
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*Section IV., Gold Minipg Machinery on the Rand, Recent Improvements iD, Mr. A. E. T. Leeds. 629
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*Section IV.. Mining and Metallurgy, 628 —630
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*Section IV., Steam-driven and Gas-driven Blowing Engines, Mr. Tom Westgartb, 629
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*Section V., Screw Shafts, Mr. John List, 614
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*Section VII., Telegraphy, 630
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*Section VII., Telegraphy, Wireless, Mr. E. A. N. Pochin, 630
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*Section VII., Transmission and Distribution by Single-phase Alternating Current, Sir. E. W. Monkbouse, 616
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*Visits, Chiswick Power House, 565—569; Staines Reservoirs, 586 588, 593 ; Great Eastern Works, Stratford, 588-591, 592 ; Dover Harbour Works, 610, 615 ; Yarrow and Co.’s Works, Poplar, 611, 626
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*Foreshore Protection and Travel of Beaches, Mr. W. T. Douglas, Section II., 618
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*James Forrest Leoture, The, Mr. W. H. Maw, 611, 623
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*Gauges and Standards as Affecting Shop and Manufacturing Administration, Mr. H. J. T. Marshall, Section III., 628
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*Glasgow Association of Students —
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*Electric Driving of Machinery, Mr. A. Arthur, (245)
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*Indicating High-speed Steam Engines, A. Marshall Arter, 249
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*Manufacture and Use of Producer Gas, Mr. J. Lowe, 351
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*Standard Steel Sections, Mr. A. C. Walker, 282
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*Metals, Decay of, J. T. Milton and W. J. Larke, 455
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*Students’ Annual Dinner, (614)
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*Water-tube Boilers, Mr. W. Foulis, Jun., 204
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*Students’ Meeting: —
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*Bacterial Sewage Works at Asb, Dover, Mr. H. S. Watson, 455
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*E'ectricity Supply from Double-current Gene¬rators, P. R Wray, 24
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*Examination Results, 346
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*Motor-driven Printing Machines, Advantages of, Mr. J. D. Morgan, 346
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*Relative Advantages of Single, Twin, and Triple Screws for Marine Propulsion, Mr. E. Falk, (245)
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*Students, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Association of. (99), (165), (512)
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*Subway Lines, Relative Advantages of Over¬head, Deep Level, and Shallow, Mr. S. B. Cottrell, 640
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'''Institution of Electrical Engineers:
 +
*Concert at the Albert Hall, (630)
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*Constitution of Matter, Sir Oliver Lodge, 152
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*Conversazione, (479)
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*List of Members and Associate Members to fill Vacancies on the Council, 201
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*Manchester Section, Report, (662)
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*New Address of Library and Offices, (292)
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*Visit to the Continent, 240
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*Visit to Ocker Hill Works. (532)
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*Visit to United States, (f 95)
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'''Institution, Electrical, Standardising', Testing-, and Training:
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*Awards, (91)
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'''Institution of Engineers, Cleveland:
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*Engineering Works in the U.S., Mr. H. S. Jackson, 151
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'''Institution of Engineers, Junior:
 +
*Boilers, Modern Marine, J. M. Rounthwaite. 44
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*Calorimetry of Gaseous and Liquid Fuels, Mr. 1 W. G. Wernham, 173
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*Conversazione, (370)
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*Design, The Effect of, on Methods of Construction from a Contractor’s Point of View, Mr. It. W. Newman, 578
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*Electric Motors for Factory Work, Notes on Use and Maintenance of, Mr. W. T. George. 276 ’
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*Evaporative Trials of one of the Water-tube Boilers for the Chilian Battleship Constitucion, Mr. H. E. Yarrow, 399
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*Greasy Water, Condensation of, as Boiler Feed. Mr. Wm. Paterson, (399)
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*Planimeter Explained Simply without Mathe¬matics. W. J. Tennant, 75
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*Visit to Messrs. John Bennett, Lawes and Co.'s Atlas Works, (653) to the East Greenwich Works of the South Metropolitan Gas Company, 226
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*to Messrs. Spiers and Pond’s Liundries. &c., (646)
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*to the Electricity Works, Shoreditch, 128
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*to the Staines Reservoirs Communication Works of the New River Company (571)
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'''Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders In Scotland:
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*Da Laval Steam Turbine, Prof. W. H. Watkin- son, (420)
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'''Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, N.E. Coast:
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*Closing Business of Nineteenth Session: Elec¬tion of Committee, (527)
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'''Institution of Gas Engineers:
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*Annual General Meeting, 567, 591
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*Candles and Calories, Prof. V. B. Lewes, 624
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*Introduction of Wator Gas into the Retorts during the Carbonisation of the Coal at the Tipton Gasworks, Mr. S. 0. Stephenson, 624
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*Photometry and Testing, Mr. W. Grafton, 624
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*Registration of, (11)
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*“ Selas ” System of Intensified Lighting, Mr. F. I). Marshall, 624
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*Sulphate of Ammonia, Mr. J. Ballantyne, 624
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*Unproductive Capital and its Relation to Re¬newals Mr. H. Valow, 624

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A

  • 1902, 15.

Accidents, Explosions, and Fires.

  • Boiler Explosions (tee Boiler)
  • Clyde Valley Floods, (179)
  • Colliery Accidents at Birley, Fall of Roof, (77); Haldan, (218); Hoyland Silkstone, Engine House Explosion, (95)
  • Colliery Accidents in 1902 in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, (649)
  • Crewe Works, Explosion of Molten Meta), (116)
  • Driving Wheel at a Rolling Mill, West Hartle¬pool, Breakage of, (91)
  • Dud bridge Ironworks, 606
  • Due to Combustion within Air Compressors, Mr. A. R. Ledoux on, 475
  • Explosions, Coal Mines in Illinois, Inquiry into the Causes of the iusny Fatal, (545)
  • Dynamite, Torresdale, near Phila¬delphia, (194)
  • Electric Battery, at Vickers’ Sons and Maxim’s Shipyard, (194)
  • Engine-house, Hoyland Silkstone Colliery, (95)
  • Torpedo Factory, Ohio, (471)
  • Woolwich Arsenal, (621), (649)
  • Fatdities caused by Vehicles, (575)
  • Fires, "Dortmund Union” Wire Nail and Joiners’ Shops, (104)
  • Grangemouth and Greenock Dockyard Company’s Works, (571)
  • Merry weather and Son’s Works, (65)
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, 211, (134)
  • Fly-wheel, Bursting of, Haldan Colliery, (218)
  • Fly-wheel of Traction Engine, Feltham, Break¬ing of, (519)
  • F>y-wheels, Birsting of, U.S., (65), (194)
  • Fulham Baths, Fatalities at, 42, 211
  • Grimsby Fish Docks Ice House, (144)
  • Gticdstone at Sheffield, Bursting of, (144)
  • Gunnery Catastrophe, U.S. S. Massachusetts, (144)
  • Lift, New York, (144)
  • Mil) Gearing not being Fenced, Death due t->, (91)
  • Mines and Quarries, Home Office Return of Fatal, (65)
  • Powder Explosion on U.S. Battleship Massa¬chusetts, (91)
  • Railway Accidents (tee Railway)
  • Sherwood Colliery, R. W. Steele Electrocuted, ' (292)
  • ACCOUNTING, U.S.A. Uniform Municipal, (555)
  • Aerial Navigation, 95
  • Aerial Navigation, Papers on, (228)
  • Agricultural Appliances in Demand for Nor¬mandy, (267)
  • Implements, an American Paper on j American, (241)
  • Implements in Natal, 99
  • Machinery, British, in Canada (xv., ’ Supplement, June 12th, 1903) Machinery, British, for the Colonies (Supplement. June 12th, 1903)
  • Machinery, British, for South Africa j (xvi., Supplement, June 12th, 1903) | Machinery in New Zealand, by a New Zealander, 585
  • Agriculture, Russian, Commission to Consider the Needs of, (595)
  • Air, Mean Daily Horizontal Movement of, (595)
  • Air Pump Diagrams, 323
  • Airship, The Birton, (315)
  • Airship’s Successful Trip, The Brothers Lebaudy 's, (496)
  • Alaska, New Map of, (571)
  • Alcohol in Austria, Power use of, 240
  • Alcohol on the Prussian State Rxilwaye, 447
  • Alcohol Engines, 169, 474, 576, 602
  • Almanacs and Diaries, 22, 50, 76, 90, 124, 142
  • Aluminium Conductors, New Joint for, (13)
  • in Galvanising, Use of, (391)
  • obtained Commercially, Iron and Sili- , con in the Purest, (13)
  • for Sharpening Cutlery, (194)
  • Amalgamations, (531), (557)
  • America, Diary of an English Electrical Engineer's Tour in, 62, 127
  • American Agricultural Machinery Shipped to Russia,( 292)
  • Competition, Mr. Mosely on, 445
  • Industrial Conditionsand Competition, 345
  • Industries, by a Labour Leader, 4
  • Patents, 296
  • Tariff and the St. Louis Exhibition, 602
  • Technical Prees Mistakes, (194)
  • Amorphous Silicon, Properties of Different Forms of, (267)
  • Andrew Carnegie Research Scholarship and Prof. James Watt Memorial, 45
  • Anemograph, The Dines-Baxendell, 625
  • Anti-smoke Ordinance, Chicago, (418)

Appointments and Resignations: Appointments:

  • Anderson, Prof. W. C. F.,(557) Ashford, Mr. Cyril Ernest, (418)
  • Barry, Sir John Wolfe, Re-appointment of, (321)
  • Beaumont, Mr. W. Worby, (418)
  • Pell, Mr. Hugh, (129), (154), 484 Bishop, Mr. J., (519)
  • Black, Mr. J„ (13) Champness, Mr. H. R., (13)
  • Dent, Mr. C. H., (471) Dodgson, Mr. J., (227)
  • Exham, Col., (621)
  • Evans, Mr. J. W. H.. (481)
  • Hal), Mr. T. A., (443)
  • Jones, Mr. F. V., (253)
  • Larmor, Mr. Joseph, (211)
  • Mayston, Mr. R., (13)
  • Millard, Mr. C., (65)
  • Robinson, Mr. S. J., (121)
  • Rutsell, Mr. H. W., (1)8)
  • Schott, Mr. Robert, (129)
  • Scotter, Sir Chas., (207)
  • Stead, Mr. John, E.. Elected F.R S., (484)
  • Tait, Mr. Thos., (241)
  • Terrey, Mr. Wm., (556)
  • Wells, Mr. T. H., (519)

Resignations:

  • Johnson, Mr. Claude, (40)
  • Pease, Sir J. W„ (154)
  • Prou*-, Mr., (218)
  • APPRENTICESHIP of Engineers, 641, 651
  • Aritbmograph, M. Troncet’s, (391)
  • Armament of Warships, Cananges in the, 273

Armour Plates:

  • Admiralty Orders for, (25), (153), (174), (2)2), I (633)
  • British Warships’, 233, (292)
  • Brown and Co., John, Armour for the Hindu¬stan, (153), (174), (292) (301)
  • Cairasse Invented by M. Galay, (168)
  • Hindustan’s, (153), (174), (292) (301)
  • Plate Press, Bethlehem Steel Works, (168)
  • Testing of, 501
  • Two Hundred Tons of, for the Battleship King Edward VII., (13), (25), (1C3)
  • Vickers, Sans and Maxim’s, Official Tests of, (418)
  • Vickers’ 12m. Plates, Effect of Impact of Capped and Uncapped Projectiles on, 23, 21
  • Armstrong and Co. and Old Age Pensions, 271 ;
  • Army Service Corps, Enlistment of Men for the Mechanical Transport Companies of, (418)
  • ASBESTOS Deposits, Quebec, (545)
  • Asbestos Galvani»ed, Messrs. Wallach Bros., (323)
  • Asphalt Paving, U.S.A , (555)

Association, American Railway:

  • Annual Meeting, The Variaus Committees Present their Reports, Iron and Steel Struc¬tures, Rails, Yards and Terminals, Masonry 387

Association, Cold Storage and Ice:

  • Annual Dinner, (496)

Association, British Iron Trade:

  • American Industrial Condition and Compac¬tion, Conference on, 345

Association of Engineers In Charge:

  • Eighth Annual Dinner, (326)

Association of Engineers, Leeds :

  • Chains, Past, Present, and Possible, Mr. J. H. Wicksteed, 240
  • List of Officers for 1903-1904, (464)

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Forty-sixth Anniversary Dinner, 202
  • Half-yearly Meeting, (632)
  • Modern Gas Engines r. Steam, Mr. Ja?. Atkinson, 240
  • Pneumatic Appliances, Mr. E. C. Amos, (327)
  • Premium System of Remunerating Labour, Mr. John Ashford, 370
  • Visit to the Municipal School of Technology, 450
  • Visits to the Works of Alfred Herbert, Limited, Daimler Motor Company, Limited, and Motor ' Manufacturing Company, (660)

Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:

  • Eighth Annual Convention to be held at Sunderland, Directions to Members, (40)

Association, Manchester Steam Users

  • Annual Memorandum, Mr. Stromeyer's, 175

Association of Mechanical Engineers. Birmingham:

  • Mechanical Engineering of Modern Collieries, Mr. Bardill, 201

Association, Municipal Electrical:

  • Appointment of a Parliamentary Committee, 166
  • Convention, (180)

Association, Sanitary Assurance:

  • Twenty-second Annual Meeting, (204)
  • ASTRONOMER Royal’s Reports, (595), (621)
  • Atkins, Mr. Wm., (241), (253)
  • Atlas Steel and Iron Works, John Brown and Co.’s Report for Year Ending March, 1903, (633)
  • Atmospheric Potential, Diurnal Variation of. on Mont Blanc, (545)
  • Atomising Oil, Effect of Steam for, 412
  • Australian Mails, 1903, (102)
  • Australasian Trade, 326
  • Automatic Supply of Umbrellas, (267)
  • Axles, Hollow Pressed, Mr. Camille Mercader,

B

  • BALLOONS, Apparatus for Infl ding, (391)
  • Disabling by R fle or Gan Fire when Floating in the Air, (443)
  • and Kite Ascents in Europe and U.S., Report upon, (367)
  • Propulsion, Ao Original Method of, 95
  • Barometric Colamn a Standard of Length, M. Gadot Proposes to make the, (519)
  • Barrage, Zifta, (267)
  • Bissano, Mr. W., (178)
  • Bates, Mr. Henry, 148
  • Baumann, Mr. H. (482)
  • Beams, Deep-section Rolled, 209
  • Bearings for High Speed, 446
  • Belgium, Trade Returns, (443)
  • Bell, Mr. James, 384
  • Bell Bros., Limited, Annual Meeting, (404)
  • Belts, The Slip of, by J. Stormontb, 335
  • Bessemer, The Late Sir Henry, Memorial to, 467
  • Bicycle Making in Russia, (365)
  • Petrol Motor for, (471)
  • Present Prices of, (40)
  • Works, Japan, the First, (168)

Bills:

  • Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, (519)
  • Bill to Facilitate the Use of Electric Traction on Railways, (496)
  • Board of Trade, Returns of Railway Extension, I (342)
  • Bombay Boiler Inspection Act, Amendment BUI, (418)
  • Bristol, London and Southern Counties, (471), (484)
  • Cheap Trains, (418) City and South London Railway Opposed by the Metropolitan Railway Company, (346)
  • County Council, 1903, 198
  • County Council’s Annual Expenditure in Pro¬moting and Opposing, (558)
  • Eight Hours Day, in America, 145
  • Fishguard and Rosslare Railway and Harbours, (52)
  • German, Forbidding Use of White or Yellow Phosphorus in Matchmaking, (571)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire and London and North-Western Companies', to Enlarge their Powers to run Steam Vessels, (13)
  • Light Locomotives (Ireland), Passed, (241)
  • London—Brighton Mono-rail, (40)
  • London and Bristol Railway, Fails to Pas», (118)
  • Metric, U.S.A., (342)
  • Neath Riilway, (506), (532)
  • J North-Western Electricity and Power Gas Company’s, Opposed, (267)
  • Petroleum Question, Mr. J. Reckitt’s, (168)
  • Power Gas, (545)
  • Private, in Parliament, 338, 372, 384
  • Railway, Postponed, (241)
  • Taff Vale Railway, (532)
  • Thames Conservancy and Port of London Com¬missioners’, Opposad, (267)
  • U.S. Naval Appropriation, (218)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act (1897) Amend¬ment, (144)
  • BITULTTHIC Pavement, (543)
  • Brimington, Institute Presented by Mr. C. P. Markham to, (227)
  • Blakemore, Mr. W., (254)
  • Blast Furnace Plant at Cette, 307, 312
  • Blast Furnaces, Pressure in, 38
  • B'ast Furnace Slag, Handling, United States, (251)
  • Blue-books, Technical and Scientific, 598

Boilers:

  • Casualties to, Board of Trade Returns, 244, (342)
  • Choice of Steam, Mr. C. E. Stromeycr, 555
  • Concussion and Water-tube, 527
  • Deterioration of, Mr. H. M. Warner on, (399)
  • Experiments Decided on by the Admiralty, (118)
  • Explosion, The Bradley, 110
  • Explosion, Remarkable, 36, 72, 99
  • Explosion, Taunton, Massachusetts, (367)
  • Explosion, Messrs. Tapper and Co., Limited, Batman’s Hill Ironworks, (103)
  • Feed Pumps for, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 97
  • Flash, 12, 42, 98,172
  • French Navy, 197
  • German, 594
  • Heavy Guns and, (658)
  • Horse-power, The American Standard, (168)
  • Inspection, United States, (352)
  • Lancashire Trade, List Basis Rates for Boiler¬plate Specifications, (118), (129)
  • Marine, Modern, H.M. Rouothwaite, 44
  • Marine, Water-tube, Babcock Wilcox. Shore¬ditch, 128
  • Niclausse, (273)
  • Normand, French Destroyers, (410)
  • Normand, in the Russian Navy 38
  • Steam, A New Style of, (338)
  • Warship Boiler Tests, (118)
  • Water-tube, 248
  • Mr. W. Fonlis on, (204)
  • in the Navy, 94
  • with Small Tubes in Large War¬ships, French Minister of Marine's Objections to, (241)
  • Tests with, (418)
  • BOILING Temperature of Water, 527
  • Board of Trade Returns of Imports and Exports into the United Kingdom, (194)
  • Bolometer, Improvement of Dr. Langley's, (496)
  • Boom Derrick in the United States, The Larges», (194)
  • Boring Mil), Heavy, Smith and Coventry, Limited, 580
  • Boston, Law against Tall Buildings in, (391)
  • Boston, Mass., Subsidence of, into the Sea, (649)
  • Brancker, Mr. John, (577)
  • Brass, High-speed, 658
  • Breakwater, Buffalo, 515, 516, 517
  • Brickmaking in Maine, Fresh Start in, (496)

Bridges, Railway and other:

  • Britannia, 553
  • Building and Works, United States, 69, 84, 109, 136, 190, 208, 237, 238, 242, 283, 308, 310, 334, 357, 386, 408, 466, 536, 562
  • Cape to Cairo Railway, (633)
  • Chain Suspension, New York, (376)
  • Conway, Telford’s Suspension Bridge over the, (168)
  • Droitwich, Letts Mill and Sealey Brook Fords (241)
  • France, Viaduct over Gorge of the Viaur River, (194), 216
  • Haxey, near Gainsborough, Great Eastern and Great Northern Railway, (484)
  • Hell Gate, 840ft. Central Span, (267)
  • Impact and Fatigue in Railway, by J. Graham, 3
  • Kew, Opening, (527)
  • Lifting, 72, 73
  • Landa, Tenders Called for Construction of a Railway Bridge, (91)
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Extensions, Queen's-road, 285, 286
  • London Foot Bridge Tested, (65), 83
  • London and South-Western Railway, Over the, 490, 491
  • London, The Widening of, 83; Saving of Labour Effected by a Machine, (91)
  • Missouri River, (390)
  • Newcastle, New, 373, (148)
  • Paderno Viaduct, Italy,332, 383, 381, 441,463, 464
  • Pencoyd, United States, 237, 238, 239, 242
  • Sonning, Demolition of, (65)
  • South African, Destroyed by the Boers, 340, 341, 345
  • South Africa, Repairing Broken. 305, 316, 567
  • South African, Two Typical, 183, 189
  • Thames, Mr. Deputy Pryke on New Bridges over the, (443)
  • Thames, Proposed New Steel, Lambe b, (342)
  • Tyne Railway, (148), 373, (484)
  • Vauxhall, The New, (519). 541
  • Viaur Viiduct, (194), 216, 217
  • Victoria Falls, Rolled Steel to be used for Building, (649)
  • Wear, North-Eastern Railway, across the, (586)
  • BRICK-HANDLING Machinery. American, (376)
  • Brickwork, Cause of Failure of, (391)

British Association:

  • Acceptance of Invitation to Association to South Africa Recommended, (267)
  • Balfour, Right Hon. Arthur James, Nominated President, (267)
  • Meeting of 1905 may be held in South Africa, (13)
  • Presidents of the Various Sections, Southport, (367)
  • BRITISH and Decimal Weights and Measures, Dr. G. J. Stoney on a Simple Method of Co¬relating, (267)
  • British Guiana, Mioing in, 225
  • British Trade with South Africa, 38
  • Brown and Co., Limited, Messrs., Amalgamate n with Messrs. Thomas Firth and Sons, (203), (227)
  • Buda Pesth, May 13tb, Night Fêtes, (443)
  • Buoy on the Manacles, Sounding, (541)
  • Bussey, M. de, (519)

C

  • CALORIMETRY of Gaseous and Liquid Fuels, Mr. W. Garnet Wernham, 173
  • Cambered Piston-rods, 602
  • Camels as Agricultural Labourers in South Africa, (659)
  • Cams for Automatic Screw Machines, 5 73
  • Canada and the Conquered Colonies, (180)
  • Canadian Customs Department and the Pre¬ferential Tariff, Precautions against German- made Goods, (496)

Canals:

  • Amsterdam Sea, Deepening of, (496)
  • Buffalo and New York Ship, (481)
  • Chenab, India, (649)
  • Economy of Haulage on, (292)
  • Elbe-Trave, and the Dotriment to Stettin’s Trade, (571)
  • Illinois and Michigan, Possible Conversion into a Road, (315)
  • Irrigation under Construction in India, (595)
  • Manchester Ship, Deepening of, at Partington Tips, (65); Scheme for Reorganising Finances of, (540)
  • Manchester Ship, Traffic Returns, (194), (315)
  • Mediterranean and the Bay of Biscay, Pro¬jected, (40)
  • Mexico, (418)
  • North Sea and Baltic, February and April Traffic, (391), (571)
  • Russia, to Connect the Vistula and the Niemen, (315)
  • Sault Ste. Marie, (580)
  • Soulanges, Electrical Work on, 38, 39
  • Storage, Railway, U.S., (102)
  • Suez, Increased Receipts, 1902, (571), (595)
  • CAPE Colonial, Statistics for 1902, 691
  • Cape Colony, Isolation of, (616)
  • Carbide of Calcium, Prici in Germany, (143)
  • Carborundum, 204
  • Carborundum as a Refraotory Material, Herr Easel's Process, (24)
  • Cardiff, Municipal Enterprise at, (180)
  • Carnegie, Mr. A., Free Libraries for Radcliffe and Farnwortb, (496)
  • Kingston-on-Thames, Free Lirrary, (619)
  • On Profit Sharing, 487, 497, 503
  • Research Scholarship and Professor James Watt Memorial, 45
  • Snm Offered for Tank for Naval Architectural Ex¬periments, 538, 567
  • Castings, Calculation of the Weight of, with the Aid of the Planimeter, Mr. C. M. Schwerin, 659
  • Castings of Different Metals, Shrinkages of, (40)
  • Catalogues, 45, 76. 104, 130, 148, 180, 204, 214, 252, 276, 326, 376, 402, 428, 456, 482, 558, 582, 594, 606
  • Cave of the Winds, A New, 345
  • Cement for Broken Marble, (545)
  • Cement, Ireland and Portland, 464
  • Cement Tests now in Vogue, Mr. D. B Butler on certain Vexatious and Fallacious, 480
  • Cement, Uoolinkered, 296, 351, 399, 423
  • Cement Works, Slag, Illinois, (577)
  • Cementation of Iron, Mr. G. Cbarpy on, (496)
  • Cette, Blast Furnace and Ironworks at, 307, 312
  • Chains, Lubricating Heavy Roller, (241)
  • Chains, Past, Present, and Possible, Mr. J. H. Wicksteed on. 240
  • Charcoal in India, Manufacture of, (891)
  • Chemical Congress:
  • Berlin, No. H, Agricultural Chemistry, Nitro¬gen Fixation, Dr. Frank, 637
  • Carbides of the Alkali Metals, Professor H. Moisran, and Manufacture of Aluminium, by the same, 637
  • Hygiene, Medioal and Pharmaceutical Pro¬ducts, Food Stuffs, Sterilisation of Potable Waters by Ozone, Drs. Poskauer and Erlwein, 637
  • Influence of Cartels and Trusts in the Chemical Industries, Dr. Schirlach and Dr. Simons, 637
  • Metallography, Prof. Heyn ; Cyanide Industry, Mr. Boilby, 609
  • Steol Manufacture in Eleotrio Furnaces, Dr. H. Goldschmidt, 637
  • CHEMICAL Industries, and Internal Communi¬cation, 201
  • Chemicals and Medicinal Preparations, Total Exports and Imports of, (144)
  • Chemistry, 21
  • Chemistry, Internal, Congress for Applied, 601
  • Cherbourg Stone, (471)
  • Chicago's “Rotten" Municipal Management, (312)
  • Child Labour in United States, (315)
  • Chili’s Foreign Trade, (218)
  • China, Formation of a Department of Communi¬cations on the Japanese Model, (13)
  • Chronometers at Greenwioh, Competitive Trial of Pocket, (595)
  • Clay and Tannin, Mr. Aches >n’s Patent, 399
  • Clay: Its Tensile Strength Increased by an Admixture of an Extract of Straw, (621)
  • Cloudburst, Servia, (649)
  • Clyde Trust Revenue and River Improvements, 46

Coal:

  • American, No Longer Imparted into Havre, (471)
  • American, into Spain and other European Countries, (471)
  • Anthracite and Bituminous Mines, Penn¬sylvania, Attempts to Utilise Waste Products from, (91)
  • Anthracite “Combination,” (254)
  • Anthracite Syndicate, (606)
  • Bituminous, Supersedes Anthracite in Uoited States for Manufacturing Purposes, (91)
  • Briquettes, German, in the Havre District, (471)
  • Briquetting, San Francisco, (471)
  • Carriage of, Cost por Ton the Same from the Tyne to Genoa and Shadwell to Bayswater, (40)
  • Contract for 140,000 Tons, to Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland, Secured by Messrs. John Lancaster and Co., (292)
  • Contracts, The Copenhagen Gas Coal, (118)
  • Cutters, Percussive, 628
  • Cutting Machines in United States, (91)
  • Delivery Station, Newark, U.S.A., (503)
  • Durham, for Copenhagen Gas, (118)
  • Gases Enclosed in, Prof. P. P. Bedson on, (241)
  • Imported into France, (619)
  • Leader on, 475
  • Market, Steadiness of the, 575
  • Mexico, Imports and Exports, (144)
  • Mined by Machines, United States, (91)
  • Oil Fuel and, 99
  • Our Export Trade in, Mr. D. A. Thomas on, 575
  • Pennsylvanian Output, Area of the Anthracite Fields, (91)
  • Prestonpans, Discovery of, (471)
  • Pulverised, as Fuel, (481)
  • Rhodesian, (515)
  • Scotch Shipment to San Francisco, Large, Pre¬cautions against Spontaneous Combustion, (91)
  • Seam Discovered near Lens, Pas de Calais, (194)
  • Storing Welsh Steam, The Admiralty’s Experi¬ments, (506)
  • Submerged at Portsmouth, (575)
  • Total Output at the Associated Collieries for 1902, (260)
  • Trade, Consular Reports, (163)
  • Trade of Gibraltar and Algiers, (595)
  • Trade, Wages in the ; Lord James of Here¬ford's Deoision with regard to, (183), 475 U.S. Industry, 90
  • U.S. Strike, 317, 393
  • Weight of, Required in U.S. to Produce a Ton of Coke, (118)
  • Welsh, for Russia, (418)
  • Yorkshire Industry ; Mr. W. II. Pickering’s Report, (649)
  • COCHRANE, Mr. Henry. (104)
  • Coins Issued from Royal Mint, 1901, 1902, (40) Cold Storage, (443)
  • Colliery Engineering in South Yorkshire, 1902, 214
  • Commercial Science Chair, Zii ich University, (218)
  • Common, Dr. A. A., 575
  • Compressor, A New Air, U.S.A., 223
  • Concrete Chimneys, Los Angeles, U.S.A., (503) Concrete Pile Foundations, 223
  • Concrete Piles for Foundations, American Inven¬tion, (482)
  • Concrete, Storage Bins of, Reinforced, 223
  • Condenser, Spray Surface, (481)
  • Condensers, Surface and Jet, for Torpedo Boat r Destroyers, Isaac Storey and Sons, Limited, (377)
  • Condensing Plant, Large, W. H. Allen, San and 1 Co., 524
  • Congress for Applied Chemistry, Berlin, 601
  • Conservation of Eaergy, 527, 553, 658
  • Contractor's Point of View, Effect of Design on Methods of Construction, Mr. R. W. Newman, 578.603
  • Cook, Mr. Henry, (501)
  • Cooper, Mr. John Vernon, 482
  • Coopers Hill College, 522

Copper:

  • Electrolytic, 518
  • Namaqualand, (580)
  • Nickel Alloys, Herr T. Ulke’s Process of Treat¬ment of. (545)
  • Norway, Tromsoe, Discovery of, (194)
  • Ore Mined, Average Percentage of Metal Con¬tained in, (571)
  • Vagaries of the Market, 295
  • CORAL Fishery in Italy, 1901, Produce of, (218)
  • Cork-produciog Countries, (267)
  • Cotton, Culture of, in French Colonies, (471)
  • Cotton Goods Exported from England, Proportion taken by India, (144)
  • Country Factories, 422
  • Cranes, The Biggest in the World, (471)
  • Combination Traction Engine, Road Roller, and, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 600
  • Electric, for South America, 150, 199
  • Overhead, 620
  • Two-Ton Jib, John Wilson and Co., Limited, 543
  • Craven, Mr. John, (218)
  • Crompton and Co., Chelmsford, Messrs., (662)
  • Crushing Mill (Supplement, June \2th, 1903)
  • Crystal Palace Engineering School, (404)
  • Cuirasse, Ball-proof, M. Galay’s, (168)
  • Cultivators (Supplement, June Ylth, 1903)
  • Curves of Maximum Bending Moment, A. L. B31), 469
  • Curves Representing Adiabatic Expansion of Steam, 358
  • Customs, Russian and German, (218)
  • Cutting Angles of Tools for Metal Work, Mr. H. F. Donaldson, 95, 101, 128
  • Cycle Companies, 1901-2, Net Profits of Leading, (40)

D

  • DAVY, Mr. David, 421
  • Dacimal and British Weights and Measures, relation of, (267)
  • D;epsection Rolled Beams, 209
  • Denaby Main Case, (51), (77), (95), 115
  • Diagrams, Air-pump, 323
  • Diagrams, Use and Abuse of, 146, 199, 223, 273, 297, 322, 323, 351, 398
  • Diamond Mining in Kimberley, 59, 66, 113, 116
  • Diary of a Tour in America, 62, 127
  • Discussions, Conduct of, 351

Docks:

  • Belfast, New Graving, (267)
  • Brest, (367)
  • Bristol, (484), (662)
  • E'derslie Graving, 6, 14, 126, 200, 201
  • Leith, New Imperial, (624)
  • Llanelly, (78)
  • Middlesbrough, Extensions, 601
  • Pembroke, (78)
  • Port Arthur, Dry Dock for Russia's Pacific ’ Squadron, (649)
  • Swansea, (78)
  • West Hartlepool, North-Eastern Soheme for, i (519)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Accidents Round the French Coast, 594
  • Aeroplanes, Colonel Cody’s, 390
  • Agamemnon Sold by Auction, 70
  • Ajax, Sale of tho old, as Scrap Iron, 297
  • Amazone Ashore, The, 594
  • American Destroyer Goldsborough to be Re- engined, 70
  • American Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius Removed from the U.S. Fleet, 46
  • American Gunboats, Names of the New, 70
  • Andromeda at Portsmouth to pay off, 8, 46
  • Arab, 32-Knot Destroyer, made Commode re , Ship of the Portsmouth Instructional Flotilla, 46
  • Argentine Ships Moreno and Rividavia, Turkey said to be in Treaty for, 97
  • Ariadne and her Belleville Boilers, 371
  • Armament of the New 18,000-Ton Ships, 166
  • Astriea to be Refitted by the London and Glasgow Company, 214
  • Australia to be Refitted by a Private Firm, 214
  • Becquel and Torpedo Boat No, 7, Collision between the Tug, 594
  • Belleisle Experiments, 8, 46, 148, 166, 197
  • Belleisle, Her Bottom to be Armour-plated, 197
  • Belleisle nearly Ready for next Experiments, 653
  • Belleville Boilers of the Ariadne, 371
  • Belleville Ships, Performance of, 477
  • British and German Guns at Puerta Capella, 97
  • Canopus, Her Boiler Defects, 8
  • Cap Gospel, The, 197
  • ‘'Cap” Official for the British Service, The, 630
  • Capped Projectiles, Changed View of, 197
  • Captain Sigbee's Statement regarding the U.S., being the Third Naval Power, counting Ships building, 321
  • Cherbourg Mine Field Explosion, 591
  • Channel Fleet Captains Made to Mancouvre in Turn, 495
  • Channel Fleet, “Tinkering” of, 594
  • Chatham Naval Barracks to be Commissioned, 416
  • Chilian Battleships Libertad and Constituoion, Speeches at the Launches of, 97
  • Japan said to be in Treaty for, 97
  • Chilian Bittloships, Rumours as to Purchase of, 166, 240
  • Coal Expenditure, The Spartiate’s, Amphi¬trite's, Europa’s, and Blenheim’s, 515
  • Coal Submerged at Portsmouth, The, 575
  • Coast Defence Ship, Unsinkable American, 390
  • Concussion on Living Bodies, Experiments on the Effect of, 515
  • Conning Tower, A New Type of, for the British Navy, 630
  • Cornwallis Accepted for Service, 297
  • County Class, Increase in Speed Secured by, 630
  • Cruisers of the Gem Class, 70
  • Cruisers as Mail Boats, Mr. Caldwell’s View, 594
  • Cruisers, Modernising of Certain, 214
  • Cruisers to whose Upper Deck Guns Casemates are to be Fitted, 214
  • Devastation, her Part in the Naval Manoeuvres, 653
  • Devastation, Steam Trials of, 591
  • Davonport, Mr. Champness Succeeded by Mr. J. Black, (13)
  • Diadem Class to have Extra Casemates, 70
  • Drake to be Commissioned for the Cruiser SquadroD, 46
  • Duncans, The, 8
  • Duncan Out for Gun Trials, 452
  • Espingole, Loss of the, 166
  • E,sex with her New Propellers, The, 594
  • Europa and Spartiate Commissioned at Ports¬mouth, 321
  • Euryalus, Steam Trials of, 46
  • Exmouth to Relieve the Victorious, 575
  • Fireproof Wood and Steel Furniture, Results of Experiments at Portsmouth with, 46
  • French Cruiser D'Entrecasteaux, Too Deep in the Water, 550
  • French Cruiser Gueydon, her Trials, 591
  • French Cruiser Léon Gambetta, Progress of, 550
  • French Trials, The Recent, The Henry IV. and some Sheep, 630
  • Gambetta Type, M. Pelletan’s Revision of the, 594
  • German Battleships T. and K. named Els ass and Lothringen, 575
  • German Battleships for Turkey, the Humour of the Situation, 416
  • German Cruiser Amazone Ashore at Brest, 594
  • German Cruisers Undine, Frauenlob, and Arcona, and three more under Construction,
  • German Navy, Sailor Phrases for, 339
  • German Wittelsbach Class, Trials of, 166
  • Goliath to be Replaced by the Exmout'i on the China Station, 8
  • G overnment War Game Transferred to Ports¬mouth, 550
  • Hercules Removed from the Effective List, 297
  • Hermes Re-boilered with Babcock and Wilcox Boilers, 214
  • Howe, Fate of the, 70
  • Iris and Mercury to be Commissioned as Train¬ing Ships, 575
  • Italian Battleships of the Vittorio Emanuele Class, Names of the Projected, 70, 214
  • Jane Naval War Game Adopted by the U.S., 550
  • Japan said to be in Treaty for the Two New Chilian Battleships, 97
  • Joanne d’Arc to bring President Loubet to England, 550
  • Kiog Alfred to be passed into the A Division of the Fleet Reserve, 321
  • King Alfred to convey Prince and Princess of Wales to India, 550
  • Leander made a Sea-going Base for Destroyers in Mediterranean, 46
  • Mara and the Oil and Water Problem, The, 371
  • Marseilles, The Terrible Disaster at, 594
  • Medea, Boiler Committee Trials, 890
  • Medusa and Medea, Competitive Steam Trials, 321
  • Melampus, Cruiser, to aot as Drill Ship at Dublin Bay, 653
  • Minerva, The, 452, (575)
  • Minerva-Hyacinth Derby, The, 148
  • Monmoutbrs Trials brought to Premature Con¬clusion, 166
  • Naval Estimates, Rumours as to the Next, 148
  • Naval Matters, Danger of the British Public being Bored by, 575
  • Navy League, Balsam to the, from an American Correspondent, 124
  • Navy League's Excursion to Portsmouth, 653
  • New Zealand, Battleship, Laid Down at Ports¬mouth, 166
  • Nile to Turn Over to the Royal Oak at Po ts- mouth, 46
  • Oil Fuel on the Mars, 271
  • Orwell, Loss of the, 148
  • Paffett, Chief Stoker, Gold Medal Awarded to, 297
  • Plymouth in a “ State of Siege,” 594
  • Polyphemus, Torpedo Ram, to be Sold by Auction, 653
  • Portsdown Hills, Re-armament of, 452
  • Portsmouth Dockyard and Scamped Work, 4f 2
  • Portsmouth, Engineering Workshops to be Erected, (13)
  • Royal Yaoht, Telescopic Masts of, 477
  • Russell, Battleship, to be Commitsioned at Chatham, 148
  • Russian Battleship Tsarevitch, 271
  • Russian Cruiser Bayan at Portsmouth, 495
  • Russian Cruiser Naohimoff due at Portsmouth, 321
  • Russian Ships, 16,000-Ton, The, 214
  • St. Vincent Training Ship, Her Last Sa Drill, 653
  • "Scouts,” The Names of the Four, 46
  • "Scouts,” The New, Not to be Standardised, 297
  • Shooting Competition between Officers and Men, 240
  • Shark Fatality, Coroner’s Inquest, 240
  • Spartiate, to be Flagship on the Australian Station, 148
  • Spartiate, Amphitrite, Europa, Blenheim, their Expenditure of Coal, 515
  • Speed Trials of British and Foreign Ships, 371
  • Stokers, Free Kit for, on Joining, 8
  • Submarine Boat Evolutions in the Solent. 321
  • Submarine Destroyer Invented, A New, 575
  • Submarines, 1, 4, 5, 6, 148
  • Submarine No. 4 at Portsmouth for Repairs, 416
  • Sultan Removed from the Effective List, 297
  • Swedish Armoured Cruiser Fylgia, 121
  • Target Mania in the German Navy, 70
  • Thames and Medway Defences, Mobilisation of, (575)
  • Thornycroft Torpedo Boat No. 109 Delivered at Chatham, 46
  • Thunderer Struck off the Effective List, 70
  • Torpedo Gunboat Asraye on her way to Eng¬land, 416
  • Torpedo with a Range of 4000 YardB, A, 575
  • Torpedoes, The Latest, 214
  • Turbine Destroyer Eden, Launch of, 321
  • Turkish Battleships, Reconstruction of, at Genoa, 477
  • Turkish Navy, Reconstruction of the, 339
  • United States Battleships of the Louisiana Type not to be Begun this Year, 70
  • United States Cruiser Philadelphia to be need as a Schoolship, 70
  • United States Monitor Nevada's Speed, 166
  • Venus, The, 452
  • Victorious Home from the Mediterranean with Her three Torpedo Boats, 653
  • Ville de Cherbourg, Loss of the, 594
  • Waste of Ammunition in the Mediterranean, Agitation about the, (575)
  • White, Sir William, His Dafonce in the Times, 97
  • Wine on Board Ship as a Weight, 371
  • DORMAN, LONG and CO., Limited, Britannia Steel Works, Opened (227)
  • Dover, Cold at, June 21st, 1903, (649)
  • Harbour Works, 610, 015. 619 Prince of Wales’ Pier at, Opened, (40) Promenade Subsidence, 577
  • Downey, Mr. Alfred C., 421
  • Draught, Mechanical, Mr. H. F. Schmidt on the Advantages of, Compared with Chimney Draught, (13)
  • Draw-bars, English and American, 38
  • Dredger, Gold, Electrically Operated, (267) Hydraulic or Suction, U.S.A., (555) New York Bay, Tho Largest in the World, (580)
  • Dredger Pump, for the Mersey Dock and Harbour Board, 456
  • Dredging, 617, 618, 620
  • Dredging of the Medway, (315)
  • Drilling Machine, Large, 467, 468
  • Drops, Weight of, MM. Guye and F. L. Perrot (492)
  • Drought in Australia, Breaking Up of, (228) Dust-arresting Respirator (sec Respirator), 479 Dust Flue, its Effect on the Thermal Efficiency of
  • Hot Blast Stoves, Mr. B. H. Thwaite, 512 Dust Fall, Th% (367)

E

  • EARTHQUAKE Shocks, Bangor, (649)
  • Economy in Roofs, 253

Electric.

  • Accumulators, New Electrolyte for, (391)
  • Air Compressor, Reavell and Co., Limited, 12
  • Automobiles, Mr. H. F. Joel on, 151
  • Cable, First Made in U.S. for Foreign Owners, (65)
  • Canadian Niagara Power Works, 142,143, 178
  • Convection, MM. Crémieu and Pender, (471)
  • Cranes for S. America, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 150
  • Current for Motive Power, Reduction of Price asked for in Manchester, (91)
  • Currents, Their Action on Gas Mains and Pipes. (40)
  • Dolter Surface Contaot System, 272
  • Driving of Machinery, Mr. A. Arthur, (245)
  • Dry Batteries, (223)
  • Dynamo, 375 Kilowatt, Mather and Platt, Limited, 375, 376
  • Electrically driven Machine Tools, Jas. Arch¬dale and Co., 175
  • Electricians, Master, U.S.A. Army, (168)
  • Electro-Chemical Equivalents, Mr. Carl Hering on Uniformity in, (545)
  • Electrolysis of Fluids, 538
  • Electrolysis in Water Motors, Interesting Case of, (595)
  • Electrolytic Action on Gas Mains and Pipes, (40)
  • Electrolytic Valves, M. Albert Noden, (241)
  • Electro-Metallurgical Production of Iron and Steel, 264
  • Extensions at Willesden, 363, 368, 396, 409
  • Fittings, Municipal Trade in, 319
  • Frequency for Continuous Current Generators on the Continent and Here, The Usual, (13)
  • Generating Plant Laid Down by a Lignite Colliery at Bodarf, near Cologne, (241)
  • Gold Dredger, Electrically Operated, (267)
  • Harvesting, California, (391)
  • Installations in Mines, New South Wales, (24)
  • Ireland, Water Power Used in, (194)
  • Italy, Water Power Used io, (194)
  • Machinery for Irrigation Purposes, United States, (391)
  • Manufacturing Companies in Germany, Fall in Dividends Paid by, (443)
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, 363, 368
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company’s Under¬taking of Marylebone, Value of, Assessed, (168)
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, Extension of the, 62, 63, (218)
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, Fire at, 211
  • Niagara, Power Production, 62, 63, 65, 142 178, 218, 522
  • Niagara River above the Falla, to Generate Power, Toronto-Niagara Power Company’s Application, (65)
  • Omnibuses on the Fischer Petrol System for London, (373)
  • Power Distribution Companies in this Country Working under Parliamentary Powers, (118)
  • Power in Mexico, Use of, (367)
  • Power Plants, Gas Engine, United States, (102)
  • Power Production, Niagara, 522
  • Power at a Railway Wagon Works and Shops, U.S.A., (481)
  • Power for St. Petersburg and Lake Ladoga, Use of the River Volkhov for Transmitting, (367)
  • Powor, Sale of, in California, (324)
  • Power Company, Susquehanna, (367)
  • Power Transmission at Clermont-Ferrand, 271
  • Power Transmission, Long D'stance, (545)
  • Pump, Surface, Ocker Hill, South Stafford¬shire, (153)
  • Pampiog Scheme for the Tipton District, (252)
  • Shock, Elephant Killed by, (65)
  • Society of Electro-Chemists and Metallurgists, Foundation of a, (118)
  • Supply Company, Marylebone, and the Metropolitan, (338)
  • Sopply, S. Wales, (266)
  • Switzerland, Power Development in, (194)
  • Tachometer, (649)
  • Toronto-Niagara Power Company's Applica¬tion to.tbe Ontario Parliament, (65)
  • Traction in S. London, Technical Instruction io, (223)
  • Transmission Line on Steel Towers, Mexican, (315)
  • Water Power Development on the American and Canadian Sides of the Sault Ste. Marie, (40)
  • Water-wheel, U.S., (390)
  • Westinghouse Works, Manchester, Water Tower, 361, 364, 365
  • Willesden Extensions, 363, 368, 396, 409
  • Work on the Soulanges Canal, 38, 39

Electric Light:

  • America, Supply and Renewal of Lamps Undertaken by the Companies in, (91)
  • Arc Lamps, Open and Enclosed, Compared, (91)
  • Batb, Accounts for 1902, (519); New Outlays and Reconstruction Work, (40) ; Offer made by the Electric Tramways Company, (241)
  • Bilbao, (104)
  • Buffalo and Boston, The Open and Enclosed Air Systems, (91)
  • Chatham Dockyard, Installation of, (40)
  • Cooper-Hewitt Lamp and Static Converter, Ilfracombe, (241)
  • Improvement of Interior Lighting, (95)
  • Incandescent Lamps Produced in America and Europe, (65)
  • Incandescent Lamp as a Pyrometer, Use of, (65)
  • Mercury Arc Lamp, Herr J. Stark’s Study of the Phenomena presented by the Mercury Vapour, (545)
  • New Zealand, (659)
  • New York City, (391)
  • Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, (496)
  • Omnibus Fitted with, (144)
  • Ordnance Department, Dover, Stores and Workshops, (545)
  • Paramaribo, (418)
  • Sheffield, (595)
  • Southend-on-Sea, (391)
  • Sydney, (302)
  • Train Lighting, Kull System, (519)
  • Tramway and Tramcar Lighting, Korea, (519)
  • Tunbridge Wells, (595)

Electricity:

  • Application of, for Driving Carriages in Towns, Colonel R. E. B. Crompton, 645
  • Chatham Dockyard, Contemplated Use of, iD, (40)
  • Generated by Water Power in Basque Provinces,
  • Heinz’s Muffler for Converting Lost Heat from a Petrol Motor into, (519)
  • Mines, Commission to Report on its Use in, (266)
  • Mining, Use of, in, 454, 476, 490
  • Niagara Falls Power House, 646, 617, 650
  • Russian Commission to Consider the Question of Turning the Water Power of the Country to Account for Providing, (342)
  • Substituted for Ar aesthetics for Operations on Teeth, (23)
  • Supply from Double-current Generators, P. R. Wray, (24)
  • Transmission and Distribution by Single-phase Alternating Current, Mr. E. W. Monkhouse, 646
  • Use of, in Battleships, (391)
  • Use of, in Mexico, More General, (144), (367)
  • Works, Camden Town, Use of Oil Fuel, (144)
  • Works, Manchester, Draft Report on Dr. Kennedy’s Statement, (241)
  • Works, Mansfield Corporation, (621)
  • Works, Salford, (519)
  • Works, Number of German, (342)
  • ELEPHANT Killed by Electrocution at Coney Island, (65)
  • Elevators (Supplement, June 12 A, 1903)
  • Ellis, Mr. A. Adcock, (443)
  • Embankment Consolidate rs, 566
  • Emigration to Canada, (342)
  • Emsworth, Scheme of Drainage Gratuitously, 38,

Engineering:

  • Esthetics, 98
  • Agricultural (see Supplement, June Ylth, 1903) Apprenticeship in, Professor J. D. Cormack on, 611
  • Association, American, 387
  • Building University of Pennsylvania (586)
  • Civil, 15
  • College, Gwalior, (144)
  • Colliery, in South Yorkshire, 1902, 214
  • Conference, June, (292), 586 ; Visits, 610, 611, 615, 620, 627, 628, 629
  • Electrical, 18
  • Empiricism, in, 547
  • Journal, Anglo-Russian, (284)
  • Mechanical, 17
  • Mechanical, of Modern Collieries, Mr. Bardill on, (204)
  • Sanitary, 19
  • Standards Committee, The, 366, 653
  • Works, Removal of, and Creation of a Garden City, 501
  • Workshops, Mr. H. S. Jackson on the, 151
  • Works in the U.S., Premium System applied to, Mr. James Rowan on, 310, 325
  • Engineers:
  • Civil Engineer’s Career Limited, The, 659
  • Coopers Hill, 345
  • English, in Mexico, 501
  • Future of Industrial, 322
  • Naval Engineer Problem not Solved, (357)
  • Physicist and the, 623
  • Point of View, South Africa from an, 55,81,107, 133, 157,183,207, 231, 257, 281, 287, 305,316, 407, 461, 487
  • Railway, Wanted for South Africa, 166
  • Salary, Bombay, The Municipal, (144)
  • Students in the Royal Navy, Names of Suc¬cessful Candidates at the Open Competitive Examination, (471)
  • " Surface Construction,” New York City, (315)
  • Training of, (273), 296, 318, 323, 338, 346, (349), 360, 366, 398, 423, 447, 451, 455, 461, 478, 498, 552
  • Training of, Professor Dalby on, (338), 34’, 360, 366, 447, 455
  • Training of Engineer Apprentices, Darlington Technical College, (471)
  • Engines:
  • Alcohol, 169, 474, 576, 602
  • Ancient Compound Marine, 524
  • Blowing, Galloways, Limited, 332, 333
  • Chemical Fire, Merryweather and Sons, for Johannesburg, 298
  • Compound Blowing, at Prior's Lee Blast Fur¬naces, Lilleshall Co. (Supplements, February 13(/< and March 20th), 174, 297
  • Compound Gas, 296
  • Compound Traction, for the Colonies, Chas. Burrell and Sons, 43
  • Construction, Continental, 535, 561
  • ' Design of Steam, 521
  • “Dignity and Impudence," An Interesting Comparison, Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 166, 199
  • Diminutive Working Model of an American, (241)
  • Easton and Co., Limited, Professor J. A. Ewing’s Tests, 46
  • Efficiency of Heat, 270
  • Electric Winding r. Steam, (621)
  • Finish of, 398
  • Fire, Steam Motor, Leyland, (241)
  • French Research on Alcohol Motors, Captain C. C. Longridge, 576
  • Gas, Messrs. Crossley Brothers, Supplied to United States, (153)
  • Messrs. Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., (328)
  • Blowing for Lackawanna Steel Company, New York, (144)
  • Compound, 222
  • Device for Examining Cylinders of, whilst Running, (91)
  • Engine Plant, Mexico, Large, (595), (658)
  • German, 594
  • Recent Developments in, Professor Hud¬son Beare on, (61)
  • and some other Heat, Mr. J. W. Hall on, (267)
  • Special Typo of, Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, (315)
  • v. Steam, Mr. James Atkinson, 240 U.S., (353)
  • High-speed, Details of Hoy’s, 124, 125
  • Horizontal, 300 Horse-power, for Superheated
  • Steam, 46; Easton and Co., Limited, 115 (Supplement, January 30tA. 1903) Horizontal High-power Gas, U.S., (353)
  • Indicating High-speed Steam, A. Marshall Arter, 249
  • Indicator, The McNaught, 311
  • Internal Combustion r. Steam, (621)
  • Internal Combustion, Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 627
  • Knocking and Crosshead Pins, 211
  • Ljungström Condenser as applied to Marine, Mr. W. Cross on, 346
  • Marine, Messrs. W. Sisson and Co., Gloucester, i (556)
  • Imported into Palestine, (471)
  • Messrs. A. E. and H. Robinson, (531)
  • and Pump, James P. Petter and Sons, Limited, 554
  • Orient Pacific Liner Orontes, 5000 Horse-power Quadruple-expansion, Fairfield Company, Limited (Supplement, January 23rd, 1903)
  • Petrol Motors for Bicycles, (47J)
  • Petter Pumpiog, The, 554
  • Pumping (Double-Compound Condensing) for Alexandria, Tangyes Limitïd, 89, 95
  • Pumping for Hartlepool, (277)
  • Samuel’s Steam Carriages, 602
  • Steam-driven and Gas-driven Blowing, Mr. T. Westgarth on, 629
  • Superheated Steam, 273
  • Tests made by Professor J. A. Ewing, of Engine built by Easton and Co , Limited, 46,
  • Tests of a Van den Kerchove Steam, 192
  • Three-cylinder Compound, 5000 Horse power Sulzer Brothers (Supplement, April 24th, 1903)
  • Traction, Road Roller and Crane Combined, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 6C0
  • Traction, for the Transvaal, (144)
  • Triple-expansion, for a Russian Power Station, Tosi and Co., 448, 419
  • Triple-expansion Steam 13000 H.P.), Messrs. J. and H. McLaren, 812, 313
  • Turbines, British Westinghouse Co., Trafford Park, (153)
  • Two-stage Air-compressing, for South Africa, Messrs. Walker Bros., 168, 166
  • Use of Re-heaters in Compound, Mr. Geo. H. Barrus on, 553
  • Valve Gears, Mr. W. H. Bedford's Working . Models of, (216)
  • Vertical Blowing, Galloways, Limited, 265, 268 “ Water Polish " in, and How it is Lost, (571) Whiting Double-sheaf Winding, 415
  • ENGLISH and American Methods, 351, 899
  • English Makers of Pottery Compete with 1 German, (65)
  • Entropy, 84, 114, 122, 146, 149, 171, 172, 199
  • Entropy, Rankine’s Thermodynamic Function and, 210
  • Evan», Mr. J., Patent Stripper, at Cyfartbfa Works, (179)
  • Evans and Lewis, Patent Tdter, at Cyfarthfa Works, (179)
  • Ewing, Professor J. A., Tests made by, on an Engine, 46

Exhibitions.

  • American International of 1904, 152, 161, 191
  • Athens Royal International, (168)
  • Automobile, Crystal Palace, (27), (65), 140, 160
  • Buenos Aires Agricultural Show, Exhibits In¬vited, (168), (282)
  • Building Trades International, (595)
  • Canadian National, (496)
  • Capetown Industrial, 1903-4, (515)
  • Colliery, (73), 333
  • Commerce, Manufactures, Agriculture, Fine Arts, and Hygiene, Athens, (118)
  • Crystal Palace Motor Car Show, (27), (65), 140, 160, 212, 261
  • Engineering and Machinery, Crystal Palace, (65)
  • Fire, at Earl’s Court, (100), (252), 477
  • Grocery, Provision, Oil and Italian Warehouse,;
  • and Allied Trades’ Annual International, ' Safety Limp Competition at, (418)
  • Liege, International, (367)
  • Limoges, International. (267)
  • Milan, International, 1905, Representation of Simplon Tonne), (292)
  • Motor Car, Agricultural Hall, Islington, (292)
  • Nottingham, 320, (391)
  • Osaka, The Fifth National Industrial, 492
  • Paris of 1900, M. Pickard’s Report on, (218)
  • Rheims, Industrial and International, (267)
  • Russian, Agricultural, (204) '
  • St. Louis, 152, 161, 191, 446, (484). (527), 602
  • Sanitary Institute’s, at Bradford, (118)
  • Stanley Motor Car Show, The, 87
  • Expansion, Separation, and Compression of ; Wet Steam, R. H. Smith, 535

Explosives:

  • Cartridge for Coal Mining in use in Pennsylvania, (85)
  • Kohl Torpedo Factory, Cleveland, Ohio, Destroyed, (471)
  • Nitro-glycerine, Dangers of, Major A. Cooper- Key’s Report on, 401
  • Projectiles, Capped and Uncapped, 23, 72, 197
  • Projectiles, Manufacture and Efficiency of, D. Carnegie, 201
  • Safety Blasting Powder, (376)
  • Torpedoes. The Latest Invention, 214
  • Torpedo, The New, J. F. Crease on, 12
  • Torpedo Practice in the Navy, New Departure, (40)
  • U.S. Naval Defence Mines, (471)

F

  • FACTORIES, Country, 422
  • Factories Registered in South Australia, (24)
  • Factories, Ventilation of, 37
  • Ferro-concrete Piles, 612
  • Files, British v. American, (471)
  • File-cutting, Draft Regulations Affecting, (168)
  • File-cutting Industry, Home-office Inquiry into, (342)
  • File Cutting Industry, Sheffield, (266), (301)
  • Fire Apparatus, German, (443)
  • Fire-arms, The New Service Rifle, (649)
  • Fire Brigades Council, Meeting of the Inter¬national, (428)
  • Fire Insurance Rates in Brooklyn, (13)
  • Fire Insurance, Step taken by the Eureka Fire Huss Company, of Jersey City, N.J., (168)
  • Fire Prevention Committee, The British, (458)
  • Fire Prevention Congress, International, 544
  • Flax, Italian, (267)
  • Floods in Yorkshire, (315)
  • Flame, The Longest in the World, and its Capacity, (118)
  • Fly-wheels, Heavy, 12
  • Food Inspection in the Docks and in the River, t (621)
  • Foreign v. English Goods, 199, 248
  • Fothergill, Mr., (662)
  • Foundry Industry in the United States, Future of the, 426
  • Foundry Irons, Mr. W. G. Scott on, (251)
  • Fowler, Mr. Colin P., (129)
  • France, Public Works in, (653)
  • Freezing Process for Tunnelling, The, (504)
  • French Nava) Programme, 170
  • Flicker Maximum Demand Indicator, The, 479
  • Friction and Lubrication, J. Stormontb, 631
  • Fuel, Patent, Ordered by the Admiralty for Experimental Purposes, (545)
  • Fulham Baths, Fatalities at, 42 Furnaces in Blast, in France, (315)
  • Furnaces, Blast—see Blast Furnaces
  • Furnace, Open-hearth, Lieut.-Col. Cubillo, 512
  • Furnaces, Ore-roasting, United States, (482)
  • Furnace Plants, Output Records of Modern ' American Blast, (241)
  • Furnace Top, On a New, Mr. Axel Sahhn, 512

G

Gas:

  • Acetylene, Absorbed, 112
  • Blast Furnace, Utilisation of, for Working Gas 1 Engines, (65)
  • Consumption goes on Increasing, (65)
  • Edinburgh and Leith New Gasworks, 152
  • Lighting, 398
  • Maios and Pipes, Corrosion of, by Electric Currents, (40)
  • Manufacture and Use of Producer, Mr. J. Lowe, (351)
  • Mond Gas, Staffordshire Power Distribution Scheme, Activity at Dudley Port, (178)
  • Natural, in Ontario, (545)
  • Penny-in-the-Slot Meter Robberies, (315)
  • Pilot Lighting for Incandescent Cluster Borners, Mr. W. Hal), (129)
  • Power Gas Bill, The, (545)
  • Producer, and Compound Gas Engines, Mr. G. C. Douglas, 197
  • Separation of, by Centrifugal Action at Turin, (418)
  • Supply, 2)
  • Water as a Poison, 245
  • Works, Edinburgh, New, (252)
  • GATLING, Mr. R. Jordan, (241)
  • Gear, Right-angle Transmission, 265
  • Geometrical Problem, 248, 293, 322, 399, 421
  • German Depression in Trade and Industry, (443)
  • Export Trade, (443)
  • Machine Industry, 120
  • Prosperity, 69
  • Syndicate Inquiry, 41
  • Germany’s Industrial Condition, Improvement (267)
  • Germany, Transformation from Agriculture to Industry io, (571)
  • Girders, Rolled Steel, 209
  • Glaisber, Mr. James, (168)
  • Glasgow, Cleansing of, (239)
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, 523
  • Glass Bottle, Largest ever Blown, (571)
  • Gold in Australia, (418)
  • Cost of Winning, in South Africa, (496)
  • Experts from Mexico, 1900, 1901, (144)
  • Mines, The World’s, Mr. B. H. Broughton, 178
  • Mining Machinery on the Rand, 629
  • Output, Rand, (515)
  • Production of the World, Total, frem Titre cf Columbus to 1900, (571)
  • Quartz. Bellary District, India, (649)
  • Reef, Tomsk, Russia, (649)
  • Goodspeed, Professor : His Discovery that Rays from the Human Body possess Photograph c Potency, (519)
  • Governors, Woodward Water Wheel, (378)
  • Granite Setts, 199
  • Graphite for Lubricating Automobiles, Use of, (194)
  • Great Salt Lake, Fall of the Level, (571)
  • Greenwich Time-ball, The, (595)
  • Griffith, Mr. V. R., (180)
  • Grinding Machine and its Possibilities, Ths, Mr. H. Darbysbire on, 299
  • Grinding Machine and some Tools, by H. Derby¬shire, 305, 358
  • Grindstone, Bunting of, at Sheffield, (144

Harbours and Waterways:

  • 1902, 1
  • Belfast, Mr. G. F. L. Giles on, 656
  • Buffalo Breakwater, 515, 516, 517
  • Cadiz, (621)
  • Clyde Trust Revenue and River Improvements, 46
  • Dover Harbour Works. 610, 615, 613, 648
  • Dover, The National Harbour at; The Island Breakwater, 201
  • Durban Harbour Works, 407, 417
  • Gibraltar, Eastern Harbour and Docks, (218)
  • Keeling Harbour Works, Formosa, Stopped for Want of Fands, (241)
  • London, Port of. Sir H. de le Marchant on, 74
  • Medway, Dredging Operations, (315)
  • Naples, Slow Progress of Work, (144)
  • Newport Harbour Trust, (506)
  • Newport and South America, (88)
  • Norwich to be Made a Port, (118)
  • Portland, U.S.A., (555)
  • St. John's Port, South Africa, (515)
  • Saldanha Bay Harbour, South Africa, (659)
  • San Diego, Harbour Improvements, (595)
  • Schemes, Japan, New, (556)
  • Seine, Merchandise Traffic on, (471)
  • Southampton Harbour, Operations, (443)
  • Swansea and Newport, Revenues, (51)
  • Thames and Lea, The Rivers, 196
  • Trieste, New Harbour, (571)
  • Vicksburg, United States, Re-openinz tl e Port, (390)
  • Weirs in India, Notes on, 562
  • HARROGATE Sewage Treatment, (91)
  • Harvesters, Australian, for Buenos Ayres, (471)
  • Hawksbee’8 Law, Mr. C. L. Barnes' Experiments Depending on, (13)
  • Head, Wrightson and Co., Limited, Directors’ Report, (661)
  • Hills ». Colonial Government, South Africa, (374)
  • Honduras, Wagon Road Built by Governor nt, (91)
  • Hook, New Safety, Smith Patent Safety Hcok Company, 49
  • Hoist, Pneumatic, (555)
  • Horse-rake (Supplement, June 12th, 1903)
  • Horses, Sale of County Council’s Tramcar, (496)
  • Hull and Barnsley Railway and Dock Company,
  • Hydraulic Injector Hydrants under the Foot¬paths, Mr. L. H. Lewis), Plan for, (77)
  • Hydraulic Machinery, Tangyes Limited, East London Waterworks Company, (660) Hydrology, United States, (367)
  • Hygiene Congress at Brussels, 657, (662)
  • Hygiene and Demography, Eleventh Inter¬national Congress of, (115)
  • Hypochlorite of Soda Generator, Mr. G. J. Atkins, 174
  • Hysteresis in Magnetic Cycles, Energy Lost by,

I

  • ICE JAM at Niagara, (315)
  • Immigration Restriction in Australia, (228)
  • India-rubber, Government Specifications for, 10
  • Indicator, The Flicker, Maximum Demand, 479
  • Indigo Area in Bengal, 1903, (144)
  • Indus, Level of the River, (571)
  • Injectors, Holden and Brooke, Limited, (377)

Institute, Aeronautical:

  • Aerial Navigation: Past, Present, and Future. Mr. E. Mote, 95
  • Balkon, Navigable, Captain Callaway on bis, (527)
  • Balloon Propulsion, An Original Method of Dr. T. D. Cooke, 95
  • Kite or Flying Machine, Improved, Messrs. Taresal, Poheim and Simko, (228)
  • Novel Method of Navigating the Air, Mr. W. J. Griffiths, (228)
  • Stringfellow Flying Machine, Mr. C. H. M. A. Alderson, (451)

Institute, Cycle Engineers:

  • Wall-card Containing Table of Screw Threads Adopted as Standards for the Cycle Trade, (65)
  • Institute, Imperial:
  • Management of, (9)

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Axles, Hollow Pressed, Mr. Camille Mercader, 511
  • Blast Furnace Top, On a New, Mr. Axel Sahlin, 512
  • Comentation of Iron by Silicon, Note on the Alleged, Mr. J. E. Stead, 511
  • Electric Furnace in Metallurgy, On the Appli¬cation of, Mr. Albert Keller, 511
  • Flue Dust, Effect of, upon the Thermal Efficiency of Hot Blast Stoves, Mr. B. 11. Thwaite, 512
  • Open-hearth Furnace, On the, Lieut.-Col. Cubillo, 511
  • Open-hearth Process, Development of the Con¬tinuous, Mr. Benjamin Talbot, 488
  • Portland Cement Manufactured from Blast Furnace Slag, Ritter von Schwarz, 512, 529
  • Presidential Address on Profit Sharing, Mr. Andrew Carnegie, 487, 497, 503
  • Programme of Annual Meeting, (400)
  • Steel, On the Influence of Sulphur and Manga ganese on, Professor J. O. Arnold and Mr. G. B. Waterhouse, 511
  • Sussex Cast Iron, Analysis of a Specimen of, Professor Turner, 511

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Annual Meeting, 428
  • Programme of Papers to be Road, 152 Voyages of the Icebreaker Ermack, Mr. A.
  • Gulston, 152

Institute of Mining Engineers, Ameri¬can:

  • Accidents due to Combustion within Air Com¬pressors, Mr. A. R. Ledoux, 475
  • Castings, Calculations of the Weight of, with the Aid of the Planimeter, Mr. C. M. Schwerin, 659
  • Steel Works at Monterey, Mexico, Mr. William White on, 401

Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, North of England:

  • Geology of the English Like District, Mr. J. Postlethwaite, 638
  • Granite Quarrying, Sett Making and Crushing, and Manufacture of Concrete Flags and Granite Tiles, Mr. George H. Bragg, 638
  • Gypsum of the Eden Valley, Mr. David Burns,
  • Visit to St. Helens Colliery and Brickworks Company, near Workington, 638
  • Institution, Newsvendors’ Benevolent and Provident:
  • Sixty-fourth Annual General Meeting, (151)

Institute, Sanitary:

  • Annual Dinner, (288)
  • June Arrangements, (543)
  • Twenty-first Congress, (266)

Institute of Sanitary Engineers:

  • Forthcoming Meeting», (204)
  • Institute, Staffordshire Iron and Steel:
  • Eagines, on Gas and some other Heat, Mr. J. W. Hall on, (267)
  • Rolling Mill, The Modern Continuous, Mr. Axel Sahlin, 327

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • American Locomotive Practice, P. J. Cowan, 401
  • American Railway Organisation and Adminis¬tration of, Lieutenant-Colonel Yorke, 640
  • Annual Dinner, 288
  • Apprenticeship in Engineering, Professor J. D. Cormack, 641
  • Armour-piercing Projectiles, Manufacture and Efficiency of, David Carnegie, 201
  • Assimilation of Railway Practice as regards
  • Loads on Bridges up to 200ft. Span, Mr. A. Ross, Section I., 616
  • Automatic Signalling, Mr. W. J. Cudworth, Section I., 617
  • Awards for Last Session, (458)
  • Blast Furnaces, Equalising the Temperature of the Blast for, Mr. J. H. Harrison, Section IV., 629
  • Coal Cutters, Percussive, Sir Thomas Wrightson and Mr. John Morison, Section IV., 628
  • Conference, June, (292), 586, 588, 591, 592, 610 611, 615, 616, 617, 618, 620, 627, 628, 629 630
  • Conversaziones, (612)
  • Design of Permanent Way and Locomotives for High Speeds, Mr. J. C. Inglis, Section, 616
  • Dredging in New South Wales, Mr. C. W. Darley, Section II., 617
  • Dredging, with Special Reference to Rotary Cutters, Mr. J. H. Apjobn, Section II., 618
  • Drilled v. Punched Rivet Holes in the Hulls of Ships, Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 644
  • Election of Members, (458)
  • Electric Automobiles, Mr. H. F. Joel, (118), 151
  • Electricity, Application of to Driving Carriages in Towns, Col. R. E. B. Crompton, 645
  • Engineering Conference, 1903, (292)
  • Presidential Address, Mr. J. C. Hawkshaw, 616
  • Section I.. Railway Engineering Papers Read. 615-617
  • Section IL, Dredging and Harbour Works. 617-620
  • Section III., Cranosand Gas Eagines,620—628 ; Internal Combustion Engines for Driving Dynamos, H. A. Humphrey, 627
  • Section III., Petrol Motors for Locomotion, Use of, Mons. E. Sauvage, 611
  • Section III., Speeds of Overhead and other Cranes as a Factor in Economical Handling of Material in Working, Mr. A. P. Head, 620
  • Section IV., Gold Minipg Machinery on the Rand, Recent Improvements iD, Mr. A. E. T. Leeds. 629
  • Section IV.. Mining and Metallurgy, 628 —630
  • Section IV., Steam-driven and Gas-driven Blowing Engines, Mr. Tom Westgartb, 629
  • Section V., Screw Shafts, Mr. John List, 614
  • Section VII., Telegraphy, 630
  • Section VII., Telegraphy, Wireless, Mr. E. A. N. Pochin, 630
  • Section VII., Transmission and Distribution by Single-phase Alternating Current, Sir. E. W. Monkbouse, 616
  • Visits, Chiswick Power House, 565—569; Staines Reservoirs, 586 588, 593 ; Great Eastern Works, Stratford, 588-591, 592 ; Dover Harbour Works, 610, 615 ; Yarrow and Co.’s Works, Poplar, 611, 626
  • Foreshore Protection and Travel of Beaches, Mr. W. T. Douglas, Section II., 618
  • James Forrest Leoture, The, Mr. W. H. Maw, 611, 623
  • Gauges and Standards as Affecting Shop and Manufacturing Administration, Mr. H. J. T. Marshall, Section III., 628
  • Glasgow Association of Students —
  • Electric Driving of Machinery, Mr. A. Arthur, (245)
  • Indicating High-speed Steam Engines, A. Marshall Arter, 249
  • Manufacture and Use of Producer Gas, Mr. J. Lowe, 351
  • Standard Steel Sections, Mr. A. C. Walker, 282
  • Metals, Decay of, J. T. Milton and W. J. Larke, 455
  • Students’ Annual Dinner, (614)
  • Water-tube Boilers, Mr. W. Foulis, Jun., 204
  • Students’ Meeting: —
  • Bacterial Sewage Works at Asb, Dover, Mr. H. S. Watson, 455
  • E'ectricity Supply from Double-current Gene¬rators, P. R Wray, 24
  • Examination Results, 346
  • Motor-driven Printing Machines, Advantages of, Mr. J. D. Morgan, 346
  • Relative Advantages of Single, Twin, and Triple Screws for Marine Propulsion, Mr. E. Falk, (245)
  • Students, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Association of. (99), (165), (512)
  • Subway Lines, Relative Advantages of Over¬head, Deep Level, and Shallow, Mr. S. B. Cottrell, 640

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Concert at the Albert Hall, (630)
  • Constitution of Matter, Sir Oliver Lodge, 152
  • Conversazione, (479)
  • List of Members and Associate Members to fill Vacancies on the Council, 201
  • Manchester Section, Report, (662)
  • New Address of Library and Offices, (292)
  • Visit to the Continent, 240
  • Visit to Ocker Hill Works. (532)
  • Visit to United States, (f 95)

Institution, Electrical, Standardising', Testing-, and Training:

  • Awards, (91)

Institution of Engineers, Cleveland:

  • Engineering Works in the U.S., Mr. H. S. Jackson, 151

Institution of Engineers, Junior:

  • Boilers, Modern Marine, J. M. Rounthwaite. 44
  • Calorimetry of Gaseous and Liquid Fuels, Mr. 1 W. G. Wernham, 173
  • Conversazione, (370)
  • Design, The Effect of, on Methods of Construction from a Contractor’s Point of View, Mr. It. W. Newman, 578
  • Electric Motors for Factory Work, Notes on Use and Maintenance of, Mr. W. T. George. 276 ’
  • Evaporative Trials of one of the Water-tube Boilers for the Chilian Battleship Constitucion, Mr. H. E. Yarrow, 399
  • Greasy Water, Condensation of, as Boiler Feed. Mr. Wm. Paterson, (399)
  • Planimeter Explained Simply without Mathe¬matics. W. J. Tennant, 75
  • Visit to Messrs. John Bennett, Lawes and Co.'s Atlas Works, (653) to the East Greenwich Works of the South Metropolitan Gas Company, 226
  • to Messrs. Spiers and Pond’s Liundries. &c., (646)
  • to the Electricity Works, Shoreditch, 128
  • to the Staines Reservoirs Communication Works of the New River Company (571)

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders In Scotland:

  • Da Laval Steam Turbine, Prof. W. H. Watkin- son, (420)

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, N.E. Coast:

  • Closing Business of Nineteenth Session: Elec¬tion of Committee, (527)

Institution of Gas Engineers:

  • Annual General Meeting, 567, 591
  • Candles and Calories, Prof. V. B. Lewes, 624
  • Introduction of Wator Gas into the Retorts during the Carbonisation of the Coal at the Tipton Gasworks, Mr. S. 0. Stephenson, 624
  • Photometry and Testing, Mr. W. Grafton, 624
  • Registration of, (11)
  • “ Selas ” System of Intensified Lighting, Mr. F. I). Marshall, 624
  • Sulphate of Ammonia, Mr. J. Ballantyne, 624
  • Unproductive Capital and its Relation to Re¬newals Mr. H. Valow, 624