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The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Paragraphs Index.

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  • ACCIDENTS, Railway—see Railways
  • Acetylene, New Gas to Replace, in Blow-pipe Work, 247
  • Acetylene Replaced in Welding, 13
  • Adhesives and Cements from Silicate of So la, Strength of, 65
  • Advertising in the Engineering industries, W. E. Warrilow, 349

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aerial Service, Passenger and Goods, Between America and Jamaica, 115
  • Aerodrome, International, at Amsterdam, 141
  • Avro Triplane Trials, New Commercial Machine, 323
  • Fokker Limousine Monoplane, Trial Flights, 577
  • French Aviation Improvements, Committee Appointed, 273
  • Hangar for Rigid Airships in America, Roo f of, 553
  • Helium Gas for Dirigibles, Investigation into Cost, 297
  • Lectures on Aeronautics, Sir R. Glazebrook, 201
  • Lillienthal Glider and Pilcher Glider on Loan to Museums, 553
  • Rangoon, Permanent Aerodrome, 273
  • Record Claimed for Flight in Italy, 273
  • Security in the Aeroplane, French Union Offers Prize, 141
  • Sydney to London, Proposed New Aerial Itinerary, 193
  • Wilbur Wright Lecture: “Naval Architecture in Aeronautics,” Commander Hunsaker, 590
  • A.G.E. Association of Agricultural Engineers, 175
  • Agricultural Machinery Exhibition and Motor Ploughs Trials at Lemberg, 323
  • Agricultural Society, Royal, of England, Prize Sheet for Darlington Show, 180
  • Air Cooling for Small Car Engines, 65
  • Air Sampling for Dust Content, Dr. H. F, Smyth, 349
  • Alcohol, Vegetable Source of, in Queensland Sugar Cane, 221
  • Alcohol from Wood, Process for Obtaining, 475
  • Algiers, Proposed Shipbuilding Yard, 328
  • Alloy of Aluminium, Acid-resisting, 297
  • Alloys, Experiments in America, 475
  • Aluminium and its Alloys, Lecture by D?. Rosenhain, 553
  • Ahiminium, Proposal for Production in Japan, 13
  • American Boilers, Wood and Iron, Over 100 Years Ago, 91
  • .American Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company’s Benefactions to Employees, 349
  • American Women Workers’ Fear of Machinery 91
  • Ammonia, Synthetic Production of, by Very High Pressures, 39
  • Ammonium Sulphate in Oil Shale Beds, 141
  • “ Anhinga ” for Cellulose for Paper and Cotton Manufacture, 39
  • Ants’ Assistance in Diamond Mining, 649

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS and SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERING AND SHIPBUILDING DRAUGHTSMEN :
  • Conference at Blackpool, 600
  • ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL :
  • Convention at Bradford, 577
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • Examination Results for Fellowship and
  • Associateship, 128
  • INSTITUTE, CONCRETE : Attrition of Concrete Surfaces Exposed to
  • Sea Action, J. S. Owens, 115
  • Concrete Aggregates, 432
  • Lectures, Free, on Cement, Concrete, &c..
  • List of Subjects and Lectures, 73
  • INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION : First General Meeting, Provisional Committee, Series of Lectures, 449
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Annual Meeting, Outline of Programme, Carnegie Fund for Research Work, Autumn Meeting, 60
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Annual Autumn Meeting, 538
  • Student Membership as Affected by War Service, 399
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, NORTH OF ENGLAND :
  • Steam Turbines at a Colliery, P. Kirkun, 425
  • Students’ Association Formed, 167
  • INSTITUTE, MINING, OF SCOTLAND :
  • Increase of Annual Subscription, 399
  • INSTITUTE, ROYAL, OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS : Stoppage of Building, Institute Asked to
  • Hold Inquiry, 636
  • Unveiling Portrait of Late President, 234
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Administration and Labour Representation, 649
  • Some Railway Operating Problems, Sir H. J Thornton, 649
  • Welfare Officer Suggested, 649 '
  • INSTITUTE, WEST OF SCOTLAND : i
  • (lasting of Steel Ingots, S. W. Williamson, ' 601
  • INSTITUTION’ OP AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS : Change in Meetings and Procedure, 297 Electro-deposition of Iron as Applied to Motor Vehicle Repair Work, J3. H. Thomas, 601
  • First Examination Results, 449
  • London Graduates’ Dinner and (Concert, 262
  • Women to be Admitted on Same Terms a*^ Men, 449
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Meeting, 490
  • Election of Officers, Awards for Papers, 490 “.fames Forrest” Lecture, “Fuel Conservation in the United Kingdom, Sir Dugald Clerk, 247
  • Lectures to Students, Vernon-Harcourt, Economic Requirements for Inland Navigat on Transport in the British Isles, R-. B. Dunwoody, 26
  • Local Associations of Members and Students, Establishment of, 402
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS : Annual Dinner, 286
  • Civil Engineers* Registration Bill, Negotiations between the Various Institutions, 323
  • Low Temperature Carbonisation and its Application to Industry, Major II- L. Armstrong, 297
  • Revision of Wiring Rules, 13
  • Summer Meeting Programme, 371
  • Scottish Centre, Summer Outing, 528
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS* AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • Increased Subscriptions, 221
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS : Obscure Points in the Theory of the Internal Combustion Engine, Professor
  • F. W. Burstall, 273
  • MIDLAND SECTION :
  • Scientific Truth and Necessities of Life, Professor Burstall’s View, 193
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (LONDON) :
  • List of Representatives of the Institution Abroad, 462
  • MANCHESTER CENTRE :
  • Visit of Members to Great Central Railway Locomotive Works, 638
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS : Secretary's Retirement and New Appointment, 590
  • Summer Meeting in Lincoln, Programme, 436
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY : Annual Dinner, 412
  • Awards for Work and Papers, 128 Remuneration of Mining Engineers and Metallurgists, Resolution Adopted by Council of Institution, 141
  • INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS
  • Journal Notes by Mr. W. H. Eley on Steam Wagons, 193
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS : Scholarships Offered, 13, 201, 221 Summer Meeting at Liverpool, Programme, 662
  • INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS, Air-lift System of Raising Oil, R. Stirling. 625
  • Spontaneous Ignition Temperatures of Liquid Fuels, H. Moore, 91
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • Lecture Programme for After Easter Session, 310
  • Meetings and Elections, 156, 260, 490, 518, 612 ;
  • SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS :
  • Basic Scheme for Development of London, G. A. T. Middleton, 193
  • SOCIETY, CERAMIC :
  • Seventh Meeting of Refractory Materials Section, Programme, Papers, 437
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • Award to Monsieur Paul Kestner, 538 BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLAND SECTION : Action of Water on Lead, J. F. Liverseege and A. W. Knapp, 65
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS (INCORPORATED) : Opening Meeting, Presidential Address, Award of Premiums, 167
  • SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • Nitrogen Products Committee, Part Taken in its Formation by the Society, 425
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • Hot-wire Anemometer for Investigation of Flow of Gases, J. S. G. Thomas, 399
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL : Trans-continental Flying, Capt. Acland, 432
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS : By-products in Industry : Wax from Esparto Dust in Papermaking, C. F. Cross, 323
  • Cellulose Industry, Cantor Lectures, C. F. Cross, 323
  • Dr. Rosenhain’s Lecture on Aluminium and its Alloys, 553
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL ASIATIC :
  • New Premises, 425
  • SOCIETIES, PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL : Joint Exhibition and Lectures, 26 Some Polarisation Experiments, Profe.ssor F. J. Cheshire, 26
  • Use of Ught in Transmission and Reproduction of Speech, Professor A. O. Rankine, 26
  • ATHABASKA Landing, Alberta, Canada, 275
  • Miles Road Projected, 247
  • Austin Motor Company’s Output, 235
  • Australian Grass Tree, the “ Blackboy, Company to Utilise its By-products, 115
  • Austrian Hydro-electric Station, 480
  • Automatic Wireless Call Device, 553
  • Automobile Association, Entrance Fee and
  • Annual Subscription, Petition Against Price of Motor Fuel, 425
  • BASCULE Bridges, Improved Form of Decking, 39
  • Beira Portland Cement Company's New Factory, 39
  • Benzol, Effect of Sulphur in, 167
  • Benzol Recovery and Rectification, Large Plant for, at West Ham, 553
  • Black Japan, Improved Form, 375
  • Blackpool Corporation Tramways Reconstruction, 349
  • Blakeborough, J., and Sons, Classes for Apprentices During Strike Unemployment, 26
  • Blasting in Granite, Proportion of Gunpowder Necessary, 39
  • Blowholes, Porosity and Unsoundness in Aluminium Castings, R. J. Anderson, 577
  • Blow-pipe Work, New Gas to Replace Acetylene, 247
  • Boiler Examination Statistics, Manchester, 601
  • Boiler Explosion at Chatts Colliery, 115
  • Boiler Explosion Due to Ice in Safety Valve, 221
  • Boiler Plugged Tube Failure, 425
  • Borehole, Oil, in Derbyshire Abandoned, Others Proceeding Satisfactorily, 221
  • Borough Polytechnic Prize Distribution, 566
  • Bradford Technical College, 662
  • Brazilian Government’s Expenditure to Avert Suffering from Drought, 349
  • Brazil’s Available Hydraulic Power, 167
  • Bridge, International, Between Mexico and Guatemala, 273
  • Bridge, Military, Construction on the Salonika Front, Rapid Work, 167
  • Bridge, Road, to Connect Montreal and Quebec, 221
  • Bridges Simple Truss, Economic Span Lengths for, J. A. L. Waddell, 115
  • Bridge, Thirteenth Century, Enlarged, but Original Plans Used, 577
  • Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Scheme for Employees to Become Shareholders, 247
  • British Catalogue and Sample Rooms at Vice-Consulates in Belgium, 625
  • British Catalogues for Chile, 502
  • British Catalogues for Cuba, 363
  • British Catalogues for Mesopotamian Railways, 284
  • British Chamber of Commerce Journal Reappears in Turkey, 247
  • British Chamber of Commerce in Vienna, 408
  • British-China Trade Bureau, Direction Taken Over by Federation of British Industries, 91
  • British Columbia’s Assistance to Industries, 39
  • British Engineers’ Association, Eighth Annual Meeting, 588
  • British Trade in India, American Competition, 649
  • Buck and Hickman’s Machine Tool Demonstrating Works, 414
  • Buenos Aires, Underground Tramways to be Constructed, 449
  • Building Materials, Cost of. Central Profiteering Committee’s Investigations, 193
  • Building, Stoppage of, Inquiry, 636
  • Burmese Mine Output of Lead and Silver, 141
  • Buxton and Manchester, Goods Conveyance by Motor Lorry, 375

CABLES for Telegraphy * (Missing lines)

  • Canadian Industries Exhibition, 54, 432
  • Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, 449 Canal Proposed to Connect the Rhine, Main, and Danube, 273
  • Canals, Caledonian and Crinan, Proposed Transference to Ministry of Transport, 65
  •  ! Canals, Ministry of Transport Urged to Take Possession of, 323
  • Canals and Waterway Development, Committee of Ministry of Transport to Consider, 167
  • Candlemaking Factory Near Bath, Projected New, Lever Brothers, 65
  • Carbide Factory in Holland, Extension, 503 Carbon Monoxide and Hopcalite, 475
  • Carnegie Corporation xA.llotment t.o U.S. National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council, 193
  • Carnarvon Wireless Station for Traffic with I United States, 475
  • Catalogues—see Brifsh
  • Cellulose Nitrate Lacquer.s, Uses of, 425
  • Cellulose for Paper and Cotton Manufacture from Brazilian Plant, 39
  • Cement from Blast-furnace Slag, German Experiments, 529
  • Cement and Concrete Lectures--.see Associations, Concrete Institute
  • Cement Prices in Germany, 273
  • Centering Culvert Arches in Afgiianistan, Novel Method, 39
  • Channel Tunnel, Mr. Lloyd George on Need of
  • Examination into Question, 65
  • Charcoal Timber in Sweden, 273
  • Chemical Service, All-India, Projected, for Scientific Examination of Industrial Schemes, 649
  • Chepstow Shipyard Purchasers and Excess
  • Profits Duty, 529
  • Chimney, Brick, 300ft. High, Precautions
  • Against Damage from SulphuroxLS Acid, 115 (y’himney in Copper Smeltiiig District, Rem ark able Details, 399
  • China and Japan, Rival Shareholders, 649
  • China, New Roadway, Canton to Whampoa, Development of Whampoa as Port for Ocean Steamers, 273
  • China, Superiority of British Bridges, 297
  • Chinese Concession to Sino-British Mining Corporation, 601
  • Chinese Port of Chinwangtao, Probable Improvements in View of Coal Mine and Iron and Steel Works Development, 273
  • Cinematograph for Trade Advertising in Japan, 167
  • Clay, Stony and Stoneless, Worked Together, 221

COAL, COKE, COLLIERIES :

  • Alaska Coal Mining Industry, Production, 189
  • Alberta, Canada, Collieries Equipment in Excess of Output, 475
  • Belgian Coal Output, 1913 and 1919, 221
  • Belgian Congo, Important Coal Deposits, 625
  • Belgian Limburg, Progress in Sinking Coal Shafts, 625
  • British Columbia Coal, Suggested Sale in Japan, 475
  • Coal Discovery in New Guinea, 167
  • Coal Economy, W. H. Casmey, 269
  • Coke-making. Crude System near Calcutta Suppressed, 13
  • Delays in Carriage of Coal, 529
  • Derbyshire Coalfield Development Efforts, 91
  • Franco, Experimental Station for Best Use of Coal as Fuel, at Montu^on, 649
  • French North African Coal Discovery, 625
  • French Suggestion for Importation of Electrical Energy from England Instead of Coal, 323
  • Greece, Developing her Natural Resources, 91 Kentish Coalfield Outp ut Record, 193
  • Lignite and Peat, Coal Production from, 375
  • Lignite in Sumatra and Borneo, 399 Locomotive Fuel—see Railways
  • Mines Drainage in South Staffordshire, Committee of Inquiry, 193
  • Nationalisation and Coal Barriers, Refuted Contention, J. C. Forrest, 297
  • Output of Coal from United Kingdom Mines, Great Decline, 65
  • Railway Coal Prices, Great. Northern, also Swedish State Railways, 323
  • Railway To-and-fro Wasteful Haulage, 39
  • Semi-bituminous Coal Deposit in Saskatchewan, 449
  • South African Coal and Coke, Disadvantages for Blast and Electric Furnaces, 625
  • South African Coal, Expected Delivery at Rotterdam, 399
  • South African Coal Mining Industry, 323 .
  • South African Colliery Waste Reduction, 503 South Africa’s Vast Resources in Coal and Iron, 375
  • South Wales Output of Coal, Declining Average per Head of Labour, 475
  • South Wales Pits, Increased Output, 193 Southern Chile, Several New Coal Discoveries, 91
  • Spitzbergen Coalfields and English Offer, 39 Spitzbergen Coalfields Exploration, New Expedition Starting, 503
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, Prevention, 577
  • Transvaal Coal Industry, Pessimism Deprecated, 503
  • Victoria, Australia, Coal Find and Projected Electrical Supply for Melbourne -Q, 247
  • Zambesi River, Analysis of Coal near Tete, 273
  • COBALT, Two-thirds of World's Consumption from Ontario, 39
  • Cochin Harbour Extension Scheme, 297 Colorado Underground Plant for Avoidance of
  • Snow Damage, 39 Commercial Motor Users Association :
  • Co-partnership in Relation to Road Transport Industry, 115
  • Investigation into Effect on Various Metals of Sulphur in Benzol *, 167
  • New Offices, 13
  • Concrete Aggregates, 432
  • Concrete Blocks for Oil Fuel Reservoirs, N.
  • Pearce, 247
  • Concrete Blocks Made in Wooden Moulds in India, N. Pearce, 247
  • Concrete Frames for Carrying Overhead Lines of Shafting, 247
  • Concrete Institute—see Associations and Papers Concrete Pipes Manufactured by the “ Hume ”
  • Centrifugal Process, W. Wolstenholme, 625 Concrete, Pressure on the Forms, 449 Concrete, Steel in, Corrosive Action of Calcium
  • Chloride, 656
  • Concrete Structure, Monolithic, at Honolulu,
  • Exceptionally Large, 91
  • Concrete Surfaces, Attritiort of, J. S. Owens, 115 Condensers, Very Largo, Being Alanufactured in New Jersey, 91
  • Condensing Apparatus, Important Judgment, 363
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Annual Dinner, 591)
  • Question of I^ack of Production and Unemployment, 625
  • Conveyor Belt, Largest Ever Made in Canada, 13
  • Conveyor, Speed Effected by New Type in Colliery, 167
  • Copper Deposits, Rich, Discovered near Tjamplong, Dutch East Indies, 375
  • Copper, Lead, and Zinc Production in the United States, Decline, 65
  • Copper Recovery on Ore Concentration System. 141
  • Copper Substitutes, German Experiments, 529
  • Corkwood, World’s Output of, 577
  • Corrosion Effects on Sheet Lead, 601
  • Corrosion in Heating Pipes, Prevention of, F. M. Speller, 141
  • Cotton Growing in French West Africa, Concession Granted, 529
  • Crossley Brothers’ Amalgamation, Advantages Explained, 221
  • Cutlery Research Association to be Formed at Sheffield, 529
  • Cyprus Wheat and Barley Production, Ancient Methods of Agriculture, 399
  • Czecho-Slovak Steamship Company’s New Dockyard, 625
  • DAM, Large, at Stinkfontein, South Africa, 649
  • Death of Mr. C. O. Burge, 553
  • Decimal Coinage Commission Report, 375
  • Deep Wells and Shafts of the World, 349
  • Demobbed Men, Employment Office, 553
  • Depreciation of Plant in Construction Equipment, 141
  • Derrick, Exceptionally Large, at Philadelphia Navy Yard, 167
  • Diamond Mines Development, South Africa, Transport Difficulties, 221.
  • Diamond Prospects Rivalling Kimberley, 141
  • Dock and Shipyard at Appledore, Devon, Transference of Ownership, 39
  • Douglas Fir Timber, Treatment Patent, 174
  • Drill Gauge, A Simple, Crowther and Crowther, 483
  • Dry Dock Construction at Esquimalt, British Columbia, 375
  • Dunedin Calls for Tenders for Electric Car Bodies and Equipment, 167
  • Dutch Roads Authorities, Congress at the .Hague, 614

ELECTRICAL. MATTERS:

  • American Wooden Ships, Replacing Steam by Electric Power for, 13
  • Argentine Electric Traction Development, 13
  • Automatic Sub-station for Pacific Electric Railway, 13
  • Blackburn and Electrical Supply to Neighbouring Townships, 323
  • Bombay Electric Supply and Tramways Company Reconstruction, 503
  • Bradford’s Proposed Electrical Works Extension, 600
  • Brazilian Waterfalls Survey for Power Supply, 577
  • British Electrical Fittings and Canadian Fire Regulations, 221
  • Canada and Great Increase in Hydroelectric Installations, 323
  • Canal Electrification Rumour, 573
  • Carlisle New Generating Station. 323 Charging for Electric Current, New Method, 375
  • Cheshire and Flintshire, Joint Electricity Authority Proposed, 247
  • Cochin, Electric Lighting Scheme for, 503 Crieff, Electricity Supply Question, 425 Dartmoor Water Power Utilisation Opposed. 323
  • Denmark, Electrical Supply and Development, 475
  • Electrical and Allied Trades’ Section of London Chamber of Commerce and the Electricity Supply Bill, 503
  • Electrical Trades Union, Wages Arrangement, 280
  • Electricity Commissioners, Proposed Water Power Authority, 323
  • Electricity Commissioners, Question of Loans, 577
  • Flooded Mine Water, Use for Electrical Supply, 529
  • French Suggestion for Importation of Electrical Energy from England Instead of Coal, 323
  • Hammersmith’s Desired Loan for Electrical Equipment, 375 -
  • Hastings, Large Generating Station Projected, 247
  • High-tension Electric Network in France, 39 Horden Power Station, Plant for Horden and Weardale, 323
  • Hot Air Drying-out of Electrical Machinery, 375
  • Houses, New Municipal, to be Wired for Electric Lighting, 349
  • Italian Railway Electrification, Two Large
  • Steam Power Plants Projected, 247
  • Italy, Possibilities of Electric Ploughing, 349 Jamaica, Proposal for Electrified Railway and Industrial Electric Power, 247
  • Kettle Efficiency Compared with other Electric Heaters, 529
  • Leicester Power Extension Projects, 297 Maidstone Corporation Electric Vehicle', Satisfactory Working, 425
  • Mid-Lancashire Electricity District, 553 Norway to Employ Electrothermic Methods in Iron and Steel Production, 529
  • Parcels Collection and Delivery by Metropolitan Electric Vehicles, 323
  • Petroleum, Crude, Removal of Water by Electrical Process, 193
  • Power-house in Regina, Saskatchewan, Serious Damage by Bursting of Steam Turbin'e, 141
  • Power-houses and Thunderstorms, Necessary Precautions, 221
  • Power Plant, Large New, for Pretoria, 649 Power Plant for St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia, 577
  • Power Station on the Trent Recommended for Nottingham, 649
  • Power Transmission Line from Winnipeg to Portage la Prairie, 115
  • Pulverised Coal Apparatus Tor Boilers of Milwaukee Generating Station, 529
  • Railway Electrification and Electricity for General Purposes, A Problem, J. W. Kirkland, 649
  • Railways, Electric—see Railways
  • Renovating Dry Ceils, 398
  • Rotherham Electricity Department Finance, 273
  • Rotherham and Sheffield Power Stations, Proposed Linking-up Agreement, 425
  • Salford Electrical Developments, Cost, 297
  • Seattle, Installation of 36,006-Kilowatt Unit, 577
  • Seeds Electrically Treated Without Advantageous Results, 529
  • Shanghai, Great Need of Extended Electrical Supply, 375
  • Ships’ Position Indicated by “ Leader ” Armoured Cable, 390
  • Singapore New Power Station Project, 39
  • Spain, Proposed Industrial Electrical Network for, 503
  • Station, New Power Supply, on the Gorges du Fier, France, 577
  • Sunderland Electricity Works, Proposals for Extension, 247
  • Super-power Electricity Station at Preston, Government Scheme, 349
  • Swedish Electrical Extension Assisted by the State and Co-operative Societies, 399
  • Swedish Water Power for Electricity, New Companies, 553
  • Switzerland, North-East, New Generating Stations, 399
  • Tasmanian Government’s Hydro-electric Scheme, 425
  • Tin Smelting by Electric Furnace, 115
  • Tokyo Electric Light Company’s New Power Station, 39
  • Transmission of Power from the Alps to Lyons, 297
  • Transvaal Mine, Largest Electric the World Projected, 65
  • Turbo-alternators from England ncsburg, 475
  • United States, Great Increase in Electric Installations, 323
  • United States New Warships, Electrical Equipment for Propelling, 273
  • Victoria, Australia, Coal Find and Projected Electrical Supply for Melbourne, 247
  • Victoria Falls, Available Power Exaggerated, 601
  • ELECTRO-PLATING, New Process, P. O. Watts, 221
  • Empire Motor Fuel Supply, Programme of Committee, 529
  • Engine Shaft Replaced at Welsh Steel Works, Very Rapid Work, 65
  • Engines, Lifeboat, 73
  • Engines of Small Cars and Air Cooling, 65
  • Ethylene as Good Substitute for Acetylene in Welding, 13

EXHIBITIONS :

  • American National Exhibition Proposed in Buenos Aires, 247
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham Section, List of Exhibits, 206
  • Calcutta, Industrial Exhibition Decision, 503 Canadian Industries Exhibition, 54, 432 Canadian National Exhibition, 449
  • Japanese Exhibition, Enforced Postponement, 64
  • Lemberg Agricultural Machinery Exhibition Postponed, 503
  • Paris, Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, 141
  • Physical and Optical Societies, lectures and Experiments, 26
  • Polish Rebuilding Schemes Exhibition at Warsaw, 649
  • Prague, Trade Fair in, 577
  • EXPLOSION of Boiler Blow-down Pipe, 553
  • Explosion of Copper Steam Pipe at Carlisle
  • Electricity Worli, 425 ; (Letter), 483
  • Explosives, Industrial, After-gelatinisation of, and Effect in Our Own and in Warmer Climates, 193
  • FACTORIES Under the Ministry of Munitions, 529
  • Factory, Government, at Gretna, Heavy Outlay, 649
  • Fairs—see Exhibitions
  • Far Eastern Engineering Congress, 462
  • Federation of British Industries :
  • Ferrous Materials Sale by Ministry of Munitions, 349
  • Masonic Lodge Founded by Members and Officers, 577
  • National Conference of Manufacturers and Producers Arranged, 115
  • New Service to Assist Members, 475 University Man in Industry, 503
  • Fertiliser Manufacture Plant in South Africa, 503
  • Finland’s Water Power, Restrictions, Natural and Otherwise, of Available Amount, 273
  • Finsbury Technical College, Old Students’ Association, 464
  • Fir—see Douglas
  • Fir Tree Water Pipes Excavated in London After 200 Years Underground, 13
  • Fire-clay Refractories, P. S. Devereux, 503
  • Fire-engine. Horse-drawn, The Last Remaining in the London Fire Brigade Offered to Science Museum, 115
  • Fire Losses on Forest Reserves, Alberta, 167
  • Fire on Oil-burning Ships, Precautions, Board of Trade Committee, 167
  • Fire Protection in United Kingdom, Royal Commission App’ointed, 649
  • Flotation Process Developments in Mining, 65
  • Forrest, James, Lecture—see Institution of Civil Engineers
  • Fuel Conservation in the United Kingdom, “ .lames Forrest T.ecture,” Sir Dugald Clerk, 247
  • Fuel Economy Committee, Preliminary Arrangements, 475
  • Furnaces, Great Advantage of Gas Compared to Hard Fuel, 229 1
  • GAS Flame, Huge, Details of Extinction, 553
  • Gas Furnaces Many Advantages Compared to Hard Fuel, 229
  • Gauge, Drill, Crowther and Crowther, 483 “German East Africa ” Supplanted by “Tanganyika Territory,” 193
  • German Industrial Advertising Campaign, 577
  • German Theft of Cranes from Antwerp, Restitution to be Made, 273
  • Germany’s Loss of Potash in Alsace-Lorraine, 386
  • Glass Factory near Doncaster, Pilkington Bros., 65
  • Glauber’s Salt from Siberia, 65
  • Glue-making in India and other Hot Climates, Improvements in Adaptation of Manufacture, 197
  • Gold Mine Stupe Washing and Gold Recovery, 65
  • Grain Elevator Explosion in Dust Prevention, 141
  • Grain Elevators, Proposed Karachi, 141
  • Granite, Waste, Removal Utilisation Experiments, 601
  • Graphite Deposits in North-Western Siberia, 601
  • Greece and Import Credits, Government Facilities, 193
  • Greenock Tramways, 601
  • HACK Saw Blades, Uses After Blunting, 553 Halifax Proposed Floating Dry Dock, 323 Hammer Tests on Babbitt Metals, 449 Heating a River to Check Ice Formation, 297 Helsingborg and Varberg, Sweden, Harbour Extension, 323
  • High Pressure Possibilitie.s for Industrial Purposes, French and German Methods, 39
  • Holland and Belgium, Negotiations with | Regard to Scheid-Rhine Canal, 141 ?
  • Honolulu Ironw'orks Extension, 503
  • Hopcalite as Antidote to Deadly Gas. 475
  • Hose Pipe Water Pressure Drop, Comparison between Internal Armouring and Smooth Rubber, 399
  • How We Kept the Seas, Capt. Evans, 201 Hulme, Mr. E. Wyndham, Presentation, 128 Hyatt Roller Bearing, Death of Inventor, 553 Hydro-electric Development on the Nipigon River, 601
  • Hydro-electric Plant Kept Running Free from Ice Trouble by Use of Small Boiler, 297
  • Hydro-electric Power Companies and Projects in Japan, 167. 529
  • Hydro-electric Scheme in Tasmania, 425
  • Hydro-electric Schemes in Ontario, 577
  • Hydro-electric Station Projected for Austrian Railway, 480
  • ICE and Boiler Explosions, 221
  • Ice Breaker for the St. Lawrence River, Canadian Order for, 529
  • Tee Deposit on Elevated Tank Removed by Rifle Shots, 553
  • Iceland Waterfalls, Scheme for Utilisation for Nitrogen Production and Electrical Supply, 577
  • Iglodine for Wounds, &c., Needing First Aid, 128
  • Impact on Road.s of Motor Wagon Wheels, Experiments, 221
  • Income Tax and Science, 280
  • Increased Production and Care for Workers, S. Gledhill, 375
  • India, New Canal for Irrigation, 273
  • Indus Water Supplies and the Sukkur Barrage, 13
  • Industrial League and Council : Convention at Manchester, 612 New Premises, 280
  • Industrial Peace Department of the British Empire Union, 625
  • Insect Damage to Railway Trestle Piles, Remedy Tried, 193
  • Institutes' and Institutions—see. Associations Insurance xAgainst Unemployment, 648
  • Insurance and Providence Schemes for Employees, 349

IRON AND STEEL;

  • Alsace-Lorraine, Iron and Coal Output, 349
  • Australia and Iron Ore Exportation, 399
  • Blast-furnace Taning Record in America, 399
  • Blast-furnace and Plant in U.S.A. Entirely Completed Within One Year, 221
  • Boiler Plate Testing at Various Temperatures, Research in U.S.A., 273
  • Brazing Steel, Effects in the Process, on Long Immersion in the Bath of Molten Spelter, 141
  • British Columbia Department of Mines, Electric Smelting of Iron Ores, Dr. Stansfeld, 305
  • Canadian Steel Corporation’s New Sheet and Plate Mill, Great Capacity of, 247
  • Casting of Steel Ingots, S. W. Williamson, 601
  • Chester, Proposed Steel Works Abandoned, 247
  • China, Manufacture of Steel Plates and Railway Metals, 273
  • Coal and Coke in South Africa, Disadvantages for Blast and Electric Reduction Furnaces, 625
  • Corrosive Action of Calcium Chloride on Steel in Concrete, 656 .
  • Ebbw Vale Company’s New Blast-furnaces, 39
  • Electro-deposition of Iron in Motor Vehicle Repair, B. H. Thomas, 601
  • Electrothermic Methods in Iron and Steel Production in Norway, 529
  • German Blast-furnaces and Swedish Ore Supplies, 297
  • German Experiments with Blast-furnace Slag, 529
  • Harrington Ironworks and Furnaces at Marypoint to be Set to Work, 39
  • Heat Treatment of High-speed Steels, 399
  • High-speed Steel, Great Strength of, Owen Linley, 297
  • Indian Iron Ore Hills, New Discovery, 115
  • Indian Steel Industry, America’s Increased Competition with Britain, 649
  • Iron Ore Deposits in Minas Genes, Brazil, 193
  • Iron and Steel Institute—see Associations Kent Iron Ore Working at Dover, 38
  • Large Steel Works to be Established in Western Australia, 91
  • Luxembourg Duchy, Duties on Exports of Iron and Steel, 553
  • Manganese Replaces Steel Plate for Hydraulic Pipes, 247
  • Molybdenite Production in Quebec, 349
  • Monterubbio, Spain, Scheme for Exploiting Iron Mines and Waterfalls, 425
  • Newfoundland’s Inexhaustible Supply of Iron, Bill Island Mines, 65
  • Nickel-chromium Steels, H. Brearley, 13
  • Nova Scotia, Investigation of Large Deposits in Cape Breton, 91
  • Pig Iron Output in United States, 167
  • Pig Iron and Steel Ingots and Castings, May Output, 625
  • Plate Bending Roll in America, One of the Largest Ever Turned, 91
  • Pretoria, Iron Ore Supplies and Pig Iron Output, 357
  • Production of Pig Iron and Steel in March, 1920, 436
  • Production of Pig Iron in April, 553
  • Rhodesia, Iron Industry for, F. 601
  • South African Iron and Steel Extensions to Plant, 577
  • Steel Casements in Preference Saving in Cost, 399
  • Sulzer Blast-furnaces to Use Supplies in Laufenburg District, 91
  • Transvaal’s Iron Smelting Prospects, 167
  • Tungsten Output in the Malay States, 349
  • Welsh Steel Works New Main Crank Engine Shaft, Rapid Work. 65
  • IRRIGATION Project in the Punjab and the Indian Cotton Committee, 13
  • Irrigation Reservoir, Immense Size, Projected in Brazil, 193
  • Italy’s Proposed Telephonic Lines to Aid Trade Expansion, 297
  • JAPANESE Exhibition Buildings Destroyed by Fire, Exhibition Postponed, 64
  • Japanese Wireless Telephones, 529
  • KEELING Harbour, Extensive Improvements Projected. 91
  • King’s College, London, J’jpginecjJng Sociofj’, 394
  • Korea, Keclamation and Irrigation Scheme, 649
  • LACQUERS, Cellnlose Nitrate, Uses of, 425
  • Lamps, High Candle-pou'er yictul Filament, 13
  • Lamps, High Temperature, Loss of Luminoxis Intensity, 65
  • Lead, Action of Water on, J. F. Liversedge and A. W. Knapp, 65
  • Lead Covering and Use of Sand, 503
  • Lead Mines Production in the British Isles. 167
  • Lecture, “How We Kept the Seas,” Captain Evans, 201
  • Lectures, Advanced, on Metallography for Engineers, Dr, W. Rosenhain, 456
  • Lectures, Works, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 148
  • Lectures- —see also Educational Intelligence in Miscellaneous Index
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal Company, Expiration of Government Control and Subsidy, 349
  • Leigh Corporation Motor Omnibuses, 375
  • Liege, Catalogue and Sample Exhibition Room at British Consulate, 297
  • Lifeboat Engines, 73
  • Lighthouse, Automatic, with Telephone Box off Guernsey, 601
  • Lighthouse off Prince Rupert Harbour, 65
  • Lignite at Bovey Tracey, 323
  • Lignite in Sumatra and Borneo, 399
  • Limmoria Damage in Cedar Piles of Railway Trestle, Experiments with Remedy, 193
  • Locomotives, Small, to Replace Pit Ponies, 601
  • London Association of Foremen Engineers, 518
  • L.C.C. Tramway Fares, Alternative Suggestions, 449
  • London Traffic—see Traffic
  • MACHINE Tool Demonstrating Works, Bimk and Hickman, 414
  • Madagascar, Hydro-electric Installation at Tamatave, 167
  • Magnesite and Talc in Manchuria. 247
  • Manchester Engineers’ Club, Address Boats, &e., W. S. H. Nicolson, 141
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association,
  • Examinations, 661
  • Manchuria, Deposits, 247
  • Manganese — -see Iron and Steel
  • Manilla Hawser. Largest on Record. 475
  • Manufacturers’ Position in Regard to Wages Rise and Excess Profits Duty, G. Sutton, 425
  • Manufacturing and Sales Department, Conferences, 378
  • Marconi’s Special New Dictionary, 503 Marine Oil Stove, 566
  • Medals for Workmen, 220
  • Merchandise Marks Committee, Evidence and Report. 141
  • Metals, Old Railway, Remarkable Results of Investigations, 601
  • Mine Rescue Apparatus Problems, German
  • Flasks Failures, Professor Briggs, 247 Mineral Resources of Great Britain, 588
  • Mines in South Africa, Rock Hoisting and ler- centage of Accidents, 273
  • Ministry of Munitions Sales of Ferrous Materials, 349
  • Ministry of Munitions Wagons—see Railways, Wagons
  • Ministry of Transport—se-a Transport
  • Mint, New, for South Africa, 221
  • Molybdenite—see Iron and Steel
  • Morris, Herbert, Limited, Medals for Workmen, 229
  • Motor Car Air-cooled Engines, 65
  • Motor Car, Racing, An Italian Manufacturer s Experiment, 141
  • Motor Chassis Production in Britain, Quantity or Quality, 65
  • Motor Fuels Committee, Empire, 503
  • Motor Lorry, Laden, Climbs Porlock Hill, 516
  • Motor Plough Trials at Lemberg, 323
  • Motor Spirit Price, Petition Organised Against Increase, 193
  • Motor Vehicle Operation by Alcohol, Heavy Oils, &c., Trials of Vaporisers, 649
  • Motor Vehicle Repair, Electro-deposition of Iron, B. H. Thomas, 601
  • Motor Vehicle Tunnels in American Towns, Ventilation Problem, 65
  • Moving Merchandise, 373
  • Mushroom Cultivation in Abandoned Mines, 649
  • Mysore’s New Port, Permission from Bombay Government, 475 I
  • Mysore’s Alternative Schemes, 577
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, Visitor; at Bushey House, 588
  • New York Harbour, Proposed Improvements, 91
  • New Zealand Trees Great Size, Comparison with Californian and other Timber, 247
  • Niagara District Industrial Association, Congress, 475
  • Niagara Falls and Welland River Dredging, Precautions for Prevention of Accidents, 141
  • Nickel Plant at Sudbury, Ontario, Most Complete in the World, 247
  • Norway and Motor Lorry Weight Regulations, 349
  • Nottingham Society of Engineers, 518
  • Nova Scotia, Damage by Heavy Floods, 475
  • Nova Scotia Legislation for Registration and Licensing of Engineers, G25
  • Nut Lock, New Form of Locking Washer, Palnut Company, Limited, 102
  • OAK Attacked Remedy, 529
  • Oil-bearing Shale Fletcher, 297
  • Oil on Board Ships, Precautions Against Fire, 167
  • Oil Loading into Tank Steamers, 7500ft. Long Pipe for, 475
  • Oil from Norfolk Shale, Great Promise, 65
  • Oil and Petrol Pipe Line for Pumping from Havre to Paris, 167
  • Oil Production at Vancouver, B.C., 425
  • Oil-raising Air Lift System, R. Stirling, 625 Oil at Saskatoon, Canada, 529
  • Oil Shale Mining in South Africa, 115, 141
  • Oil and Shale Strata, Traces of, in West Lothian, 503
  • Oil Storage Tanks at Liverpool, 65
  • Oil Stove for the Narragansett, 566
  • Oils, Slushing, to Prevent Corrosion, 375
  • Ontario Production of Minerals, Rare and other, 625
  • Optical Glass, German, for Colourless Spectacles, 167
  • Oregon’s Proposed Reinforced Concrete Bri 'g3, 297
  • Overseas Trade, Department of, Visits to Industrial Centres, 289
  • Oxidised Ores in Rhodesia, Zinc and Lead, 167
  • PANAMA Canal Protection by Widening, 503
  • Papermaking Plant at Port Arthur, Ontario, 39
  • Patent Office, Assistant Examiners in, 52
  • Peat Bogs in Canada, Extent and Value as Fuel, 193
  • Pencil Graphite, Sir R. Hadfield, 39
  • Petroleum, Boring for, in Bahia Blanca, 115
  • Petroleum, Crude, Output in the United States, 625
  • petroleum. Crude, Removal of Water from, by Electrical Process, 193
  • Phosphate Deposits in Cyrenaica, Rich and Extensive, 91
  • Piles, Long, for Dock Construction in Canada, 115
  • Pipe Line from Havre to Paris for Pumping Oil and Petrol, 167
  • Pipe, 7500ft. Long, for Loading Oil into Steamem, 475
  • Pipes, Hydraulic, Manganese Steel Replaces Steel Plate for Miami Conservancy Work, 247
  • Pipes, Large Cold, Effect of Turning in Steam, 256
  • Pith of Certain Plants for Cleaning J.,enses, 553
  • Plant Growth Improved by Addition of Carbon Dioxide to Atmosphere, 649
  • Plate Mill, New, at Sydney, N.S.W., 349
  • Ploughing, Electric, Possibilities in Italy, 349
  • Poland, Rebuilding Schemes’ Exhibition, 649
  • Pontine Marshes, Projected Reclamation, 399
  • Pontoon, Largest Existing, Launched at Quebec, 529
  • Portland Cement Factory near Port Elizabeth, 425
  • Post Office Main Underground Telephones, 577
  • Potash in Alsace-Lorraine, Germany’s Loss of Monopoly, 386
  • Power Alcohol Production in Scotland, 141
  • Power Plant Survey in New Brunswick, 193
  • Prague Government’s Inland Navigation Scheme, 577
  • Presentation in Birmingham, 254
  • Pretoria District, Development of Iron Smelting and Steel Making Industry, 273
  • Professional Classes War Relief Council, 662
  • Propeller, Marine—see. Ships .
  • Pulleys and Slips, Experiments on Belt Driving, '449 . .
  • Purification of Foul Air by Electricity, Experiments in France, 529
  • QUEBEC Roads, Loan by Government for Improvement of, 349
  • Queensland Sugar Cane as a Source of Alcohol, 221
  • Queensland Water Conservation and Irrigation Scheme, 323
  • RAILLESS Trolley Cars, Extension of Keighley System, 601
  • Railless Trolley Cars, London County Council Experiments, 375, 601

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS: Accidents

  • Collision Between Aberystwyth and Carmarthen, Great Western Railway, 273
  • Collision at Ayr, Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Report, 162, 193
  • Collision at Balia, Midland Great Western of Ireland, Report, 193
  • Collision at Benton Bank, near Newcastle, North-Eastern Railway, Report, 167, 193
  • Collision at Carstairs, Caledonian Railway, Report, 141
  • Collision near Coventry, London and North- Western Railway, Report, 167
  • Collision at Crewe, Report, 141
  • Collision Between Finsbury Park and Holloway, Great Northern Railway, 273
  • Collision at Haverhill, Great Eastern Railway, Report, 167
  • Collision at Huddersfield, Report, 297
  • Collision at Manors, near Newcastle, North- Eastern Railway, Report, 247
  • Collision near Newcastle-on-'Pyne Station, Report, 167
  • Collision on Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway and Disastrous Fire, 503, 529
  • Collision on Railway Bridge over River in South Africa, 349
  • Collision near' Stainforth, Great Central Railway, Report, 297
  • Collision at Tapton Junction, Midland Railway, Report, 221
  • Collision at Wakefield, Report, 141, 221
  • Collisions on the Great Central and Great Northern Railways, Reports, 425
  • French Railway Disaster, Serious, on the P.L.M. System, 167
  • Great Central Railway, Serious Collision, 141, 185, 425, 449
  • Great Northern Train Accident in Welwyn Tunnel, 167
  • Indian Railway, Disastrous Collision on, 577
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Goods Train Coupling Accident, 449
  • Lille-Paris Express Collision, Fatal, 39
  • Liverpool-street Station Accident, Report, 649
  • Preston, Two Collisions at, 425
  • Reports on Sixteen Accidents, 425
  • Streatham Junction Collision Report, 115, 141, 193
  • Tynemouth and District Traincar Derailment, Report, 13

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS: ADMINISTRATION

  • Representation, 649
  • Advisory Committee ties, 13
  • Agricultural Produce
  • Iiave Priority of Transit, 247
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 13, 91, 115, 221, 273, 349, 425, 475, 503, 625, 649
  • Argentine Transandine and Chilian Trans- andine Railways, Amalgamation of Administration, 273
  • Assistant General Managers, Change and its Significance, 125
  • Australia, Transcontinental Railway’s Success, 529
  • Australia, Uniform Gauge Question, 577
  • Austrian Loan for Electrification Programme, 375
  • Belgian Locomotives Rapidly Built in America, 553
  • Belgian Locomotives and Rolling Stock, Striking Increase in Numbers, 529
  • Berlin Elevated and Underground Railway, Rise in Wages, Materials, and Fares, 425
  • Blackpool and Fleetwood Tramway, Arrangement Between Corporation and Two way Companies, 247
  • Bradford Connection with Main Remote Prospect, 39
  • British Catalogues for Mesopotamian ways, 284
  • British East Africa, Branch Line Construction, 577
  • British Rolling Stock Still in France, 577, 601
  • Burma Railways Company, Engineei^’ Investigations, 193
  • Burma Railways Improved Working Results, 39
  • Buxton and Manchester, Joint Railway Scheme for Goods Conveyance, 375
  • Calcutta and Bombay, Increased Population and Underground Railways, 601
  • Canadian Minister of Finance, 503
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Shops, Size to be Doubled, 529
  • Canadian Pacific “ Trans-Canada Limited,” 601
  • Ceylon, Food Problem and Survey for Light Railway to Trincomalee, 125
  • Chalk Farm Station Closed During Tunnel Widening, 247
  • Channel Tunnel, Importance of Investigation, 65
  • and Labour Kcpre-
  • and Trading Authori-
  • and Requirements to
  • Rail-
  • Line,
  • Rail-
  • Ghefoo and Weihsien, New Railway Projected, 475 .
  • Children’s Holidays and the Railways, Cliiuchow-Cliinchow Railway Construction
  • Beginning, 475
  • Cloak-room Law and Loss, 503
  • Coal for the Great Northern Railway, Record Price, 323 .
  • Coal Hopi>er, Rotary, for^Locomotive Lnginc Tenders, Hcinig, 247
  • Coal, To-and-fro Wasteful Haulage, 3J
  • Congestion Committee of 3Ien on Lordon Klectric Railways, 484
  • Congress of L’Association Internationale des Chemins de Fer, 503 . . ,
  • Continental Services, British, Postponed Owing to Coal Shortage, 221
  • Creosoting Sleepers by the Lowry Empty Cell Process, 475 ,
  • Crewe War Memorial Tablets Unveiled by London and North-Western Railway Chief Mechanical Engineer, 247
  • Deficit, Heavy, on Railways, Increase ot Goods Rates, 91—see also Financial
  • Delays in Railway Carriage of Coal, 529
  • Demurrage on Railway Trucks, Increase in Detention Delays, 192, 221
  • Demurrage of A^^agons and Sheets, Increased Charges, 39 .
  • Demurrage of Wagons and Sheets, Satisfactory Results of Increase, 399, 529
  • Derby Day Specials on Three Railways, 625
  • Districting, Suggested State Purchase of Scottish Railways, Mr. AVhitclaw, 420
  • Divided Responsibility and Risk ot Accident, 529
  • Dividends of Various Railways, 221
  • Dover and Calais Route Reopened, 39
  • East Indian Railway, Disaster near , Firozabad, Result of Inquiry, 83
  • Easter TratHc on the Underground, 425
  • Egyptian Railways, Heavy Outlay Called ! for Structural and Rolling Stock Requirements, 421
  • Eight Horn’s’ Day Dilliculties, Prime Minister and Mr. J. H. Thomas, 39
  • Electrification of Ontario Railways Proposed, 297
  • Excursion Trains or Fares Reduction Question, 349
  • Facilities Restored for Return of Live Stock from Shows, 553
  • Fares Printed on New Tickets, 375
  • Federated Malay States Railways, Changes in Passenger Fares, 115
  • Financial Results of Railway Working, Deficit for Current Year, 91, 115
  • First-aid Equipment on Passenger Trains, 185, 449
  • Flood Stops Communication on Section of IxjiidoiL and North-Western Line, 577
  • Folkestone-Boulogne Traffics Divei-sion to Dover-Calais, Temporary, 297
  • France, South of, Possibility of Use of Hydroelectric Power for Railway Operation, 503
  • French Chemin de Fer de I’Est Through Trains, 601
  • French Prizes for Refrigerator Railway Vans, 193
  • French Railway Reorganisation, Bill Signed, 601
  • French Use of Mazout for Locomotive Firing, 39
  • Furness Railway Dinner to Ex-Ser\'ico Men with War Decorations, 167
  • Gattie System of Goods Transport, Criticism of Departmental Committee’s Report, 273
  • German Bill for Transference of State Railways, 375
  • Goods Rates Charges and Cost of Living, 375
  • Government and Railway Companies, Question of Agreement, 13
  • Government Traffic, Railway, Arrangement Between Departments and Minister of Transport to Effect Economy, 141
  • Great Central Fish Dock to Cost Three Times Pre-war Estimate, 273
  • Great Eastern Railway Company’s Geared Turbine Steamer Bruges, 323
  • Great Eastern Railway Bill Passed, New Hotel, 577
  • Great Eastern Railway, Pullman Cars, 193
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Investigation into Electrification and Fuel Questions, 167
  • Great Northern Railway, Increased Expenses, 273
  • Great Northern Railway, New Wagons, 273
  • Great Northern Railway Servants, Increased Numbers Due to Eight Hours Day and Return from War Service, 391
  • Great Northern Train Services, Certain Improvements, 375
  • Great Northern Wages Bill, 1913 and Now, 323
  • Great North of Scotland, Buchan Section, Proposed Doubling of Line, 297
  • Great North of Scotland Railway Fish Traffic, 349
  • Great Southern and Western (Ireland). New Locomotives and Wagons, 273
  • Great Western Railway, Average of Punctuality, 193
  • Increased Expenditure, 375
  • Magazine Prizes for Shunting Problems, 247
  • Miles per Hour for Goods Trains ComiX5- tition, 323
  • Salaried Staff Special Assistance Fund, Disposal of Balance, 91
  • Statistics for Operating Oflh^ers, 247 Superannuation Fund, 425
  • Trains Working on London and South- Western Railway, 349
  • Heat-distorted Rails and Driver’s Promptitude, 553
  • Holiday Traffic in London, Increase, 577
  • Honours for Various Railway Foremen, 399
  • Houses for Enginemen at Guildford, 649
  • Hull and Zeebrugge, Joint Railway Steamship Service Resumed, 649
  • Improvement in Certain Train Services, 449
  • Increased Rates as Consequence of Increased Wages, Test Case, 349
  • India, Widening of Ixingest Railway Bridge, 475
  • Indian Railway Bridge Committee, Inquiries in Britain and America, 649
  • Inspection Cars of the Drewry Car Company, High Praise by User, 115
  • Institute of Transport, Various Suggestions, (549—see also Associations, &c.
  • Institution of Locomotive Lngiueci-s—«ee Associations i •
  • Institution of Railway Signal Lnginecrs Membership, 049 ,r . * i Hz.
  • Insulated Vans for Frozen Meat Available, Interavailability of Tickets, W by *Not i 529, Irish and English Railways, Identical Pay with Great Uiffereiico in Increivsed Cost of Living, 273 , . r •
  • Irish Government Boards, V anous, Certain
  • Powers Transferred to Minister of Irans- Irish Mi'n'serviee, Post Ollicc to Terminate Contract, 625 r
  • Irish Railway Administration Cndcr Home Rule, 649 ,, i v i
  • Isle of Wight Railway Harbour, and Accumulation Due to War, Italian Electric Tramway Scheme 37o .laniaica Railways Rolling Ktoek Shortage, 91
  • Japan Im|X?rial Railways, 1 rojected lunnel, 38L 653
  • Joint Line Control Changes, 91, 115
  • Kearney Railway, Projected .
  • Korea,'Electric Railway Proposal for, 52J
  • Krupps’ Transformation, I>oeomotivea and tVagons Replace Guns, 13
  • Labour Conditions and I ransport Ddli. culties, Mr. J. IL Thomas on, 39
  • Lamps, IxmgJmrning Signal. Introduced from America by Mr. Raynar W ilsoii, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railways East Coast Fleet, 221
  • Electrical Trallic Increase, 1 rojeeted Extension of Formby PowerJiouse, 291
  • Electrification between Manchester and Oldham, 221
  • Slip Caused by Rains, 91
  • Tonnage and Train Miles, 1913 and 1919, 273
  • Train Rationing to Blackpool and Southport, 349 .
  • Light Railway Application by Castner- Kellner Company Approved, 449
  • Light Railway Connecting with London. Briuhton and South Coast Company, 525, 649
  • Light Railway Order, Nottingham (Colwiek Estates), Confirmed 69
  • Liijuid Fuel to Hi^place Coal, Question tnder Consideration by Railways, 65
  • Liverpool-sti*eet Station, Route Indicators, 225
  • Locomotive Firing by Mazout, 39 Locomotives on Order for British Railways, 425
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Passenger Tratlic, 221 ,,
  • London, Brighton and South Coivst Railway Electrification Hopes, 323
  • London Electric Railways Bill for lares Increase. 167, 349
  • London and North-Western Lucomutive Order for Private Firm, 475
  • New Steamer for Holy head-North W^all Service, 625
  • Purchase of W’olverton 'Pramway, 375
  • Station’.s Change of Name, 141
  • Office War Fund, 141
  • Steamer Hibernia, 375
  • London and Scotland, Allocation of TraHic, 449
  • London and South-Western Electric Traction, Passenger Statistics. 475
  • Luggage Accompanying Passengers, New Scales, 475, 577
  • Luggage in Advaiici*. Resumption, and Increased Price, 649
  • Luggage, Passengei’s’ Loss of, and Railway Liability, 649
  • Maryport and (’arlisle Railway Traffic Statistics, 297, 375
  • Mesoixjtamian Railways, (’atalogues for, 284 Metropolitan, District, and Jxmdon Electric Railway Passengers, Effect of Additional Halfpenny Fare, 13
  • Metropolitan District Railway Trallic Controlled by Syren, 39, 577
  • Metropolitan Railway Electric Locomotives’ Increased Horse-jwwer, 529
  • Metropolitan Railway Electric Vehicles for Parcels Collect on and Delivery, 323
  • Metropolitan Railway New Ixjcomotives, 475 Midland Railway Presentation to Mr. DaviJ Bain, 297
  • Military Material and Troops no Longer Con veyed Free by Railway, 577

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT :

  • Accidents—see Accidents
  • Advisory Committees of the Ministry, List of, 563
  • Agricultural Produce ('onveyanc(^ Rates, 529
  • Automatic Couplings for W’agons Not to bo Introduced, 577
  • Canal 'Praffic, (’oal and otlu’r Cargoes, 475
  • Canals and Railways, C?ommittee to Consider Question of Distribution of Traffic, 247
  • Charges at Railway-owned Docks, 399
  • Compulsory Purchase of Lands, i 15 Conference on Railway’ Congestion on th© North-East Coast, 475
  • Difficulties Due to Increase in Traffic and Decrease in Locomotives and Drivers, ' 297
  • Eight Hours’ Day and Increasing Shifts, 444 ‘ •
  • Electrification of Main Line Jtailways, Committee of Inquiry to be ^Xppqintcd, 323
  • Fares, No Increivsc (’ontemplateJ, 297
  • Folkestone and Boulogne Steamers, Reported Overcrowding Denied, 553
  • Government Liability lnci*easing. Due to Excess of Expenditure Over Revenue, 247
  • Insjjecting Officer of Railways, Appointment, 621
  • Inter-availability of Tickets, 529, 625
  • Irish Branch of the Ministry, Applications for Financial Assistance, for Various lh*oix)sals, 399
  • Irish Colliery Lines, 577
  • London Electric Railway Bill, Sir Eric Geddes, 167, 349
  • London Trallic, Advisory Committee’s Recommendations, 449
  • London Traffic, Question in Parliament, 628
  • Monthly Statement of Receipts and Lxpendit.ure, 273, 399, 503, 625
  • Payment to Railway Companies, Questions in the House of Commons, 624
  • Privately Owned Canals and the Ministry, 323
  • Railway Advisory Committee of Managers and Men, First Meeting, 273
  • Railway Clerks’ Association, Settlement with Government, 273
  • Railway Companies’ Association and Ministry of Transport, 221
  • Railway Alanagei’s’ Committee Meet Railwaymen’s and Clerks’ Unions to Discuss Terms of Settlement, 167
  • Railway Returns and Census of Staff, 375 Railwaymen’s Pay, Complaints of Delay in Payment of Agreed Increase, 319 Railwaymen’s Union and Fares Increase, 167
  • Railwaymen’s Wages Increase to Cause Further Increase in Railway Charges, 625
  • Rates Advisory Committee Meeting, 503
  • Rates Advisory Committee, Reference as to Revision of Workmen’s Fares and Contingent Effects, 125
  • Rates and Charges, Ministry Asks for Information from Various Leading Bodies, 444
  • Reports on Sixteen Accidents, 425
  • Rolling Stock Increase, but Still Insufficient in Amount, 529
  • Sir Eric Geddes at the Institute of Transport, 349
  • Sir Eric Geddes’ Railway Policy and the Cabinet, 475
  • Soldier’s’ Reduced Fares, Reduction Amount Due to Demobilisation, 323 Staff at Headquarters of Ministry, Analysis of, 503
  • Statistics, Future Railway, 475, 549 Sunday and Week-day Traffic Expenses, Separate Statistics, 475
  • Superannuation Funds, Proposition to Increase Payments to Annuitants, 297 Ton-mileage Statistics, Suggested Partial Abandonment, 625
  • Transport Minister on Non-interference with Railway Companies, 65
  • Wagons under Demurrage, Reduction in Number, 529
  • Wagons—see also Wagon
  • NARVIK Railway, Further Electrification, 375
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Number o'* Members, 577
  • National Wages Board an 1 Railwaymen, 529 ; Wages, Extra Shilling a Week, Cost to Railways, 577
  • New South Wales Railway Working Losses and other Misfortunes, 13
  • New Zealand Orders for Rolling Stock, 625
  • New Zealand Railways, Finances, 13
  • North British Railway Superintendent’, 13 'North-Eastern Railway Company’s 11,900 New Wagons, 247, 323
  • North-Eastern Railway Consolidation of ( Wagon Building Facilities at Darlington, 449
  • North-Eastern Railway Docks Engineer, 221
  • North London Railway Cenotaph to Servants Fallen in the War, 202
  • North Staffordshire Railway Absorption, Lord Anslow on Compulsory Amalgamation, 273
  • North Staffordshire Railway Company v. Edge, 13
  • North Staffordshire Railway, Croxton Aqueduct Replaced in Steel and Concrete, 297 : North Staffordshire Railway Passenger Traffic r Analysis, 297
  • Nottingham-Colwick Light Railway, 69 Omnibus Accident Decrease in London, 91 Ordnance Maps at Railway Stations, 399 .Ore Trucks on Swedish Railways, Experiment with Ball Bearings, 649
  • Ostend and Central Europe, Daily Train Service Projected, 289
  • Oxted Tunnel being Re-lined, 525
  • Paulista Railway'Electrification Details, 553 ,Pekin, Railway Extension to Urga, Mon- f golia, 475
  • Plants in Soil, Packing of, Regulations to Save Floor Space in Railway Trucks, 649 (Port Administration, Sir J. Broadbank, Question of Labour Representatives, 649
  • Portuguese Swaziland ^Railway, Suggested Extension, 323
  • Poultry Demonstration Train, Ministry of Agriculture Invites E^ tension of Tours, 649
  • Private Special Train, First since the Beginning of War, 449
  • Prosecutions for Fraudulent Travelling, 449 F Pulverised Coal on New South Wales and other Railways, Fuller System of Locomotive Equipment, 115
  • Railway Charges Based on Valuation of Railway Property, 323
  • Railway Companies’ Association and Ministry i. of Transport, 221
  • Railway Executive Committee Ceases to Exist, Thanks of Army Council for the Committee’s Work, 65
  • Railway Material Exports, Statistics, 115, 247, 375, 475, 601
  • Railway Rates Increases, Produce, 625
  • Railway Strike, Mr, Cosmo Bonsor’s Views, 193
  • Railway War Profits, Mr. J, H. Thomas on, 577
  • Rate-making, Deputation to U.S., 649
  • Rationing Holiday Traffic, Southern Railway Companies’ Position, 425
  • Rationing of Trains in Lancashire, 349
  • Red Cross Train Engine Stoked with Tinned Pork, 528
  • Refrigerator Railway Vans, French Government Offers Prizes, 193
  • Richborough and Shiuiti g Engines, Costly Mistake, 141
  • Rolling Stock, New Metropolitan, Objectionable Feature, 221
  • Roumanian Projected Works for Rolling Stock Construction and Repair, 625
  • Route Indicators at Liverpool-street Station, 225
  • Russian Locomotives, Two Hundred Ten-wheeled Sold, 557
  • St, Just (Falmouth) Ocean Wharves and Railway Bill Passed, 39
  • Scarcity of “ Bolster ” Wagons, 449
  • Scrap Reclamation on American Railways, 503
  • Severn, New Line Over, and other Wants in Connection with, 328
  • Severn and Wye Joint Lino, Change of Control, 115
  • Shunting and Signals, Ayr Accident Warning, 193
  • Signal Lamps, Long-burning, Introduced from America by Mr. Raynar Wilson, 221
  • Signalmen and Movements of Light Engines, Need of Careful Warnings, 141, 193
  • Signals and Telegraph Work, W. J. Thorrowgood, London and South-Western Railway Lectures, 449
  • Sleepers, Railway Air-seasoned, Preservative Measures, 375"
  • Slip on South-Eastern and Chatham Railway Between Dover and Folkestone, 221
  • Smoking Accommodation on Various Railways Increased, 449
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Joint General Manager and Chief Engineer, 221
  • South Yorkshire Railway Opened, 399 Statistics, Fuller, in Future, 90
  • Strike Last Autumn, Cost to Country and to Men’s Union, 141
  • Summer Time and Train Running, 349 Swedish State Railways Working to High-priced Coal, 323
  • Syren for “ Hustling ” Traffic, 39 ; Use, 577
  • Tehuantepec Railway, Projected of Part of Track, 297
  • Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, Extension Projected, 553
  • Temporary Platform Removal Calls for Considerable Delay, and a Committee, 449
  • Thefts on Railways, Serious Increase, 221 Tokyo, Scheme for Underground Tramway, 475
  • Traders’ Tickets, New Terms, 141 Traffic Controller on the 39, 577
  • “ Trans-Canada Limited ” iner Running, 601
  • Trestle Piles and Insect ments with New Remedy, 193
  • Tunnel in Japan, Commission to Study American and European Construction, 381, 553
  • Typewriters as Personal Luggage, 375 Underground and Christmas Shopping, 65 Underground Companies’ Very Large Increase in Passengei's, Eniployces, Revenues, and Pay Roll, 91
  • Underground Railway Fares, Fresh Powers Sought, 39
  • Underground Railway Saturday Traffic, 273 Underground Speeding-up on the Charing
  • Cross-Golders Green and Highgate Tube Lines, 141

UNITED STATES RAILWAYS :

  • American Trainmen Falling from Trains, Cause of Numerous Death Claims, 91
  • American Transportation, Pay or Go Without, Edgar E. Clark, 577
  • Annual Report of the Interior, 193
  • Association of Railway way Statistics, 553
  • Chicago, Milwaukee and cation and Rolling Stock, 553
  • Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Partially Electrified, 375
  • Colorado New Tunnels, 601
  • Coloured and White Passenger’s, Separate Accommodation Question, 91
  • Electric Locomotives for Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paid Company, 553
  • Electric Locomotives for New York, New Ha\'en and Hartford Railroad, 65
  • Exports of Railway Supplies, Unsatisfactory Amount, 65
  • Federal Control, Deficit Under, 577 Federal Control, Private and State Ownership, 39, 193, 247 ; Statistics of, 552
  • Inter-State Commerce Commission on Cause of Railway Collisions, 65
  • Inter-State Commerce Commission, New Chairman, 375
  • Locomotive Rebuilding and Equipment on American Railways, 115
  • Locomotive Service per Ix)comotive Mile, Increased Cost, Reduced Cost of Repairs and Fuel, 91
  • lAuiisville and Nashville Railway, Storm Damage to Line and Telegraphs, 553
  • Mainteijance of Way in the United States, 601
  • Motor Vehicle Tunnels in Towns, Problem of Ventilation, 65
  • National Railroad Accident Prevention Drive, Reduction in Casualties, 39
  • Pennsylvania Railroad’s Reduced Output of Work, Ten Men to Replace Six, 91
  • Poughkeepsie Bridge, Central New England Railroad, 601
  • Railroad Tracks of Exceptional Difficulty and Cost, 193
  • Rails and Equipment Orders, 193
  • Rails and Sleepei’S, Renewal Statistics, 601 Railway Officials and the Public, Conference and Revelations, 553
  • Rates V. Service, Views of the Public, 553 Revenue of United States Railroads, Statistics, 65
  • Sleepers Supplictl by Federal Railway Administration, Reduction on Previous Number, 91
  • Storm Damage and Advantage of Wireless Communication, 553
  • Women, Conditions of Work, Discharges on New York Rapid Transit Railway, 91
  • Women Employees, Reduction in Number, 13
  • VICTORIA and City Line Stations Not to be Reopened, 399
  • Victoria, New Chief Railway Commissioner, 503
  • Vorarlberg Railway, Projected Electrification, 480
  • Wages and Cost of Living, 323
  • Wages Question Between Government Railway Employees, 91, 529—sec National Wages Board
  • Wagon Tarpaulins Shortage, 13
  • Wagons Being Built for British Railways, Statistics, 247
  • Wagons Bought by Belgian Government from Britain, 91, 247, 349
  • Wagons Built at Woolwich for Great Western and North-Eastern Railways, 323
  • Wagons in Great Britain, Statistics, 247, 475, 577
  • Wagons and Locomotives Out of Repair, lx)west Percentage on British Railways, 13
  • Wagons in Possession of Ministry of Munitions, 399
  • Wagons Still Detained in France, 577, 601 War Honours for Indian Railway Services, 65 War Seals Foundation Flats, Great Western Contribution to Building, 425
  • Waterloo Free Buffet Closed, 399
  • Welfare Officer Suggested, 649
  • West London Railways Change of Control, 91 Wives as Workshop Visitors, Sir H. Fowler’s Idea, 577
  • Women Employees on United Kingdom Railways, 323
  • Woolwich, Proposed Tunnel Railway, Trial of the Kearney System, 425
  • “ Working to Rule ” Proposal Failure, 481 Yorksliire Dales Railway Suggested Extension, 399
  • RALEIGH Cycle Works Extension, 65 Randfontein Central Mine, Transvaal, Installation of Largest Electric Winders in the World, 65
  • Rating of Machinery, 388
  • Refrigeration Industry in Japan, Organisation of Society, 115
  • Regenerative Propeller, 564
  • Research Association for British Launderers’ Industry, Board of Trade Licence Applied for, 65
  • Research Association of British Motor and Allied Manufacturers, New Association and Government Assistance for, 65
  • Research, Scientific, in Canada, 596 Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, Proposed, 349 Rhodesia, Iron—sec Iron and Steel
  • Road Board Functions Transferred to Ministry of Transport, Details, 91, 388
  • Roads, Upkeep Contributions, Division of Cost, 425
  • Rock Bui'sts in Mysore Mines, Dr. W. E. Smeeth, 39
  • Rock Drilling Record in South Africa, 425 Rotherham Tramways, Omnibuses, &c.. Profit and Loss, 577
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Darlington Show. 180
  • Royal College of Science, Its Importance and Value, 475
  • Royal Metal Trades Pension Society Annual Daxxee, 115
  • Rubber and Leather Substitutes in Germany, 649
  • Rugby Engineering Society’s New Address, 538 Russian Carpenters’ Antiquated Methods, Lieut. B. L. Rigden, 297
  • ST. LAWRENCE River, New Lock Ccnstiuc- tion. Cost of Development, 193, 349
  • Salt Beds in Nova Scotia, 141
  • Salt Lake Pickling Pool for Railway Sleepers, 91 Salvage Department, Birmingham, Electric
  • Vehicles for, 323
  • Samarang, Dut(;h East Indies New Harbour, 297, 475
  • Sault Ste. Marie Canal, 1797, 229
  • Scheldt—see Tunnels
  • Science, Paris Academy Offers Prizes in Various Branches, 167
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Department, Issue of Licence to Scottish Shale Oil Association, 399
  • Research Association for British Motor Cycle and Cycle Car Industry, 625
  • Scraper, Pneumatic, for Large Surfaces, 449
  • Sea Walls Protection by Wood Blocks, Experiments, J. S. Owens, 115
  • Severn Tunnel, Another, Projected, 193
  • Severn Wants in Connection with the River, Another Railway Line Over, Anothei* High- level Bridge Over, also Dam for Creation of Electrical Power, 328
  • Sewers, Setting Out, M. S. Excell, 140
  • Shaft Sinking Records in South Africa, 529
  • Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation, Modernising Recommended, 37
  • Sheffield Tramway Track Repairs, Great Increase in Cost, 39

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS:

  • American v. British Workmen as Ship" builders, 13
  • “ Betty,” at Olympia, 449
  • Chinese Order for Ship by British Shipbuilders, 449
  • Concrete Ship, Launch of Birst, Constructed in Canada, 91
  • Dannubius Shipping Company Bought by Italians, 167
  • East Coast Fleet, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Resumed Cargo Sailings, 221
  • Electrical Power to Replace Steam in American Wooden Ships Built during War, 13
  • Emerald, H.M. Liglit Cruiser, Launched, 553 Explosion of Steam Stop Valve on Steamship, 91
  • Explosion, Unusual Kind on the S.S. Willaston, 449
  • Eire on Oil-burning Ships, Board of 'Prado Committee to Advise Precautions, 167
  • Elect of American Ships for Iron Ore Conveyance, Details, 115
  • Folkestone and Boulogne Steamers, Denial of Overcrowding, 553
  • Fullagar Motor Ship with Cammelaird* Fullagar Oil Engine, Satisfactory Trials, 475
  • Geared Turbine Steamer Bruges for Great Eastern Railway Service, John Brown and Co., Limited, 323
  • Greek Merchant Fleet, Rapid Growth, 618
  • Hull and Zcebrugge, Joint Railway Steamship Service Resumed, 649
  • Irish Cross-Channel Service, New Steamer Ordered by London and North-Western Railway, 625
  • Irish Cross-Channel Steamers, Launch of the Hibernia, 375
  • Ironclads Invented by Koreans in 1592, 167
  • Japanese Shipbuilding in 1919, 297
  • “ Leader ” Armoured Cable in Portsmouth Harbour to Indicate Ships’ Position, 390
  • “ Motor Ship,” 436
  • Oil Tank Steamer Construction in British Columbia, 577
  • Oil Tank Steamers Building at Seattle, 503
  • Oil Tank Steamers, Extensive Building in U.S.A,, 221
  • Output of Tonnage in British Columbia, 141
  • Output of Wooden Ships from Victoria, B.C., Record for the Port, 141
  • “ Sperry ” Gyroscopic Compasses for New Ships, 577
  • Tatjana Laiuiched by Vickers, Montreal, 577
  • Torpedoed Vessel, Noteworthy Repairs at Rotterdam, 375
  • U Boats,' Their Engines, Points and Peculiarities, W. S. H. Nicolson, 141
  • United States Contracts for Electrical Propelling Machinery for Warships, 273
  • United States Old Battleship Iowa as Moving Target Controlled by Wireless, 47.5
  • SIBERIAN Lakes Deposits of Sodium Sulphate, 65
  • Signalling, Invisible, with Ultra-violet Rays, 601
  • Signalling, Secret, by Light, for Night Use, 39
  • Silver-lead Mine in Cornwall, Re-starting, 39
  • ” Singing Sands ” of Lake Michigan, 577
  • Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association, Report, 553
  • Slotter Types of Machines, American Viewn^, 449
  • Smelter, Very Large, Projected at Oroya, Peru, 65
  • Smelting of Tin by Electric Furnace, 115
  • Smoke and other Pollution of Air, Health Committee Appointed, 221
  • Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France, Projected Tour, 564
  • South Africa, Extraordinary Industrial Possibilities of, 375
  • South Africa, Mineral Output of, 1919, 273
  • South Africa, Various Public Works Begun and Projected, 115
  • South African Policy of Home Production, Imports Necessitated by War, 387
  • Spur Wheel Teeth, Formation of, J. I^wis, 247
  • Square Trees, Cambridgeshire School of
  • Forestry’s Views, 503
  • Stamping Press, h3xperiment to Minimise Risk to Attendant, 399
  • Steam Pipe Over a Mile Long at Portland, Oregon, 91
  • Steam Tables, Ed. Bennis and Co., 399
  • Steam Turbine Bursting, Serious Damage Caused by, 141
  • Steam Turbines—see also Turbines
  • Steam, Turning, into Large Cold Pipes, 256
  • Steam Wagons, Tipping Gear of, W. H. Eley, 193
  • Steel—See Iron
  • Strasburg and Basle, Projected Canal, 141
  • Strike for Bonus in Honour of Supposed Birth of Heir, 577
  • Suction Gas, Best Charcoal for. Tests on Woods in South Africa, 644
  • Sugar Cane Industry Development Expected as Result of New Indian Irrigation Canal, 273
  • Sulphur Deposits and Claims in the Aleutian Islands and Alaska Peninsula, 13
  • Sutlej River Hydro-electric Project Division, 39
  • Sydney Harbour Trust Finance Report, 247
  • TANGANYIKA Territory Succeeds German East Africa, 193
  • Tar, and Water Content, Methods of French Gasworks, 399
  • Tasmanian Government and Utilisation of Water Power, 449
  • Telegraph Cable, Bombay to Aden, the Fourth Laid, 649
  • Telephone Extensions in London, 529
  • Thermostatic Metal, B.T.H., 78
  • Thornycroft Staff Dinner, 140
  • Tientsin and Hangchow Grand Canal, American Engineers’ Investigation, 39
  • Timber, British Empire-grown, Exhibition, 297
  • Timber in Canada, Analysis of Supply, 323
  • Timber, Douglas Fir, Treatment of, 174
  • Timber, Greenheart and Pooli, 503
  • Timber Moisture and Kiln Drying Possibilities, 39
  • Timber in New Zealand, Trees of Exceptional Size, 247
  • Timber in the United States, Estimate of Highly Valuable Possibilities from Two- thirds Now Destroyed, 246
  • Timber in Water Infested by Marine Borers, Experiments, 503
  • Timber, West African, to Replace Mahogany, Suggested Use of, 503
  • Tin-plates from Japan Cheaper than from Wales, 39
  • Tin Smelting—sec Smelting
  • Toronto Port Facilities Improvement, 475
  • Tractors, Motor, Burning African Vegetable Oils, Trials in Belgium, 91
  • Trade Tours in the Empire and in Foreign Countries, Many Offers of Buildings and other Help for Touring Fairs, 273
  • Trades Unions, A New Amalgamation, 475
  • Traffic Handling by Wireless Telegraphy, Experiments, 273
  • Traffic, London, Advisory Committee’s Conference, Suggested Earlier Hours for Closing, • 342
  • Transport, Minister Appoints Committee to Consider Development of Canals and Waterways, 167
  • Transport, Ministry’s Decision as to Cost of Roads Upkeep, 425
  • Transport—see also Road Board
  • Trees as Aerials for Wireless Telegraphy, 297
  • Tungsten—SQ& Iron and Steel
  • Tunnel Construction in California, Rapid Progress by Steam Navvies, 399
  • Tunnels, Three, Under the Scheldt, for Vehicles, Trams and Pedestrians, 193
  • Turbines, Steam, Increasing Size and Question of Transport, J. V. Robinson, 247
  • Turkish Chromium Mines, Germany’s Interest in, 141
  • UNEMPLOYMENT, Insurance Against, 048
  • Unemployment and the Moulders’ Strike, 13
  • University of British Columbia Construction at Point Grey, 529
  • University College Engineering Fund, 549
  • VANCOUVER, Dry
  • Vancouver Harbour Scheme, 115
  • Victoria River, Australia, Coal or Oil Deposits Suspected, 167
  • Vienna, British Chamber of Commerce, 408
  • WAGES and Bank Deposits, Lever Brothers’ Proposed System, 601
  • Wagon Wheels and Road Inequalities, Experiments in Impact Measurement, 221
  • War Relief Council, Professional Classes, 662
  • Water Power in Eastern Canada, Development of the Grand Falls, St. John River, 449

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Canadian Water Supply Statistics, 349
  • Metropolitan Water Board Head Offices Opened, 553
  • Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission and Drying Up of Wells, 39
  • Timber Water Pipes Unearthed in London, 13
  • WATERWAYS Association and Ministry of Transport, 323
  • Water-wheel, French Experiments, 141
  • Waygood-Otis, Limited, a Dinner and Reception, 154
  • Waygood-Otis, Limited, Reunion Concert, 255
  • Welding Aluminium and other _Wires,\New Method, 553
  • Welding, Ethylene as Substitute for Acetylene, 13 .
  • Welfare Worker, Qualifications Required, 449
  • Westinghouse, Ex-British, Association Dinner, 175
  • Wharf on the St. Lawrence River, First of its Kind There, 13
  • Wheat Handling in Sydney Harbour, 625
  • White City Motor Show Projected, 649
  • Wind Motor, Peculiar Form, now Working in the Argentine, 251
  • Windsor, Albert Bridge to be Replaced, 221
  • Winnipeg as the Liverpool of Canada, 449
  • Wire Ropes, Test of Strength After Corrosion, 475
  • Wireless and Cable Communications in the West Indies, 503
  • Wireless Communication between Burma and England, 273
  • Wireless Direction Finding Stations, Mississippi River, for Guiding Ships, 577
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Arc System in Australia. 625
  • Wireless Telegraphy for Handling Traffic, Experiments, 273
  • Wireless Telegraphy in India, Meteorological Obstacles and Research Work, 273
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Trees as Aerials, 297
  • Wireless Telephony and the Postmaster, General, 553
  • Women’s Engineering Society, 588
  • Wood Alcohol, Process for Obtaining, 475
  • Wood Fibre Length, Varying Theories, 475, 64'9
  • Wood Preservatives, Laboratory Tests on Sleepers in America, 442
  • Wooden Irrigation Channel, Failure and Reconstruction, 449
  • Woods Tested for Charcoal Purposes in South Africa, 644
  • Works Lectures, Metropolitan-Vickers Company
  • X-RAYS, Discovery which of Operators, 625
  • ZINC Market, German Unlikely to be Resumed,
  • Zinc Recovery by Electrolytic Methods in Australia, Increasing Output, 576

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