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Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: General Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1897 Jan-Jun: Index

  • ACCELERATION Diagram for Oscillating Engine, 05
  • Accelerity Diagram, Steam Engine, 509, 627
  • Accident, Compensation for, 683
  • Accident to H M. Destroyer " Star (Palmer), 16, 653. See Lwrinuts

Accidents, Railway

  • Accidents on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, 328
  • Accident at Peterborough, 836
  • Buffer-Stop Collision, 460
  • Buffer-Stop Collision at Durham, 311
  • Buffer-Stop Collision, Preventing, 105
  • Butt Collision on a Single Line, 192
  • Butt Collision when Shunting, 243
  • Collision at Chelmsford, 328
  • Collision, Double, near Dundalk, 121
  • Collision at Eastleigh, London and SouthWestern, 486
  • Collision near Edinburgh, 191
  • Collision on the Great Eastern Railway, 23
  • Collision at Melton Constable, 153
  • Collision at Rainford, 457
  • Collision at Victoria Station, Manchester, 64
  • Collision, Wirral Railway, Slight, 638
  • Collisions on North-Eastern Railway, Two, 15
  • Crewe, Failure of Clearance Bar, 175
  • Derailment, Fatal, at Rothbury, 836
  • Glasgow Collision (Wanted " Lock and Block "), 356
  • Leeds, Slight Collision at, 453
  • Rear Collision at Gorbals Junction, 294
  • Rear Collision at Wandsworth-Road, 328
  • Runaway Train, 419
  • Accumulator, Blot, 88
  • Accumulator for Traction, 485
  • Acetylene, 412, 509, 528
  • Aeronautics, 32, 586
  • Affairs in China and Korea, 583
  • African, South, Harbour Works, 55
  • Agricultural Society Show, Manchester, 22, 855
  • Agriculture, Ploughing Tackle, Electrically Driven, b14
  • Air-Compressing Plant (Ingersoll-Sergeant Company), 132
  • Air Hoist for Loading Rock into Spoil Wagon, 69
  • Air Passing through a Register, Determining Volume of, 337
  • Air Pump, Double-Acting Displacement, 587
  • Air Pumps (Blake Co., New York), 44, 75
  • Air Pump, Edwards', 60
  • " Alabama," United States Battleship, 402
  • Algebraic Spherical Catenaries, 229
  • Allocation of Underground Water, 835
  • Alloys, Copper-Zinc, 197, 220, 253, 379, 412, 446, 81
  • Alternating Currents in Concentric Conductors, 29
  • Alternator, Compound Engine and (Ferranti), 5
  • Alternator, Inductor, and Universal Engine (Brush Company), 188, 157
  • Aluminium Bronze Seamless Tubes, 136
  • Aluminium in Cast Iron, 585
  • Aluminium, Manufacture of, 12
  • Amendment of Companies Act, 282
  • America. See United States
  • American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers. See Heating and Ventilating Society
  • Ammonia for Agriculture, Sulphate of, 698
  • Amsterdam Theatre Iron Curtain, 461
  • Anaconda Copper Refining Works, 24
  • Andrews, Mr. Thomas, on Microscopic Observations of Fatigue in Iron and Steel, 265, 499, 40. See 850
  • Anglo-American Telegraph Company, 519
  • Anglo-Chinese Treaty, 859
  • Anticylonic Conditions and Cold in England, 43
  • "Aorangi," Reconstruction of S.S., 882
  • April Weather, 617
  • Aqueduct at Briare, Canal, 77
  • Armour Plates, Price of, 148, 175
  • Armour Plates, The Late Sir John Brown and, 3
  • Arnold, Mr. J. 0., on Permeability of Crucibles, 40, 611
  • Artillery. See Guns
  • Asbestos and Asbestic, 652
  • Asbestos Curtains, 331, 392. See 461, 533
  • Ascertaining Stability of Ships, 475, 485
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., on Petroleum as Fuel for Locomotives, 738, 745
  • Astronomy, Measuring Stellar Photographs, 487
  • Atlantic Passengers, 115
  • Australian Trade, Japan and, 517
  • Automatic Gun, Hotchkiss, 520, 541. See LETTER
  • Automatic Machine Gun, 655
  • "Avon," Carron Company's New Steamer, 753
  • Ayrton on Submarine Telegraphy, 247, 555
  • Bacteriology, 416, 454, 529
  • Bacteriology of Water Supply, 742
  • Baling Presses, Cotton (Rice, Leeds), 850
  • Barcroft's Partially Immersed Screws, 200, 295.
  • See LETTERS, Propellers
  • Barling, Mr. I. Collingwood, on Improvement of Rivers, 774, 795
  • Barometers, Marine, Tests for, 824
  • Barometers, Stand irdising, 267
  • Barrels, Electrically Welded Steel, 789
  • Barrow-in-Furness Shipbuilding, 8, 82
  • Barsi Light Railway and Rolling Stock (Leeds Forge Company), 106, 275
  • Bates' Belt Spoil Conveyors, 366. See Chicago Drainage Canal
  • Battery, Stevens, 417
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Battleships and Torpedo-Boats, 785
  • Bavarian Express Compound Locomotive with Auxiliary Gear, 691
  • Bayonet Catch Joint for Tubing, 557
  • Bazin Roller Steamer, 76
  • Beardmore, Mr. Wm., on Nickel Steel, 534, 589
  • Bearings of Marine Engines, 29. See 60, 90
  • Bearings, Roller, 725, 776
  • Behr Monorail System, 788, 815, 849
  • Bellasis, Mr. E. S., on Uniform Flow of Water in Channels, 21
  • Bellegarde Electric Power Transmission, 633, 701
  • Belleville Boiler Trials in H.M.S. " Terrible," 83, 09. See ',Emits, " Terrible," &c.
  • Belleville Boilers, 483, 489, 492
  • Belt Conveyor, Bates', 366. See Chicago Canal
  • Bending Rolls (Niles Tool Works, U.S.A.), 538
  • Benest, Mr. H , on Repairing Submarine Cable, 57, 387, 424
  • Bennett, Mr. Alfred R., on Convection Scope and Calorimeter, 239
  • Beresford, Lord Charles, on the Fighting Value of the older Ironclads if Re-armed, 501, 525
  • Berlin and its Buildings, 564, 598
  • Berlin Court Theatre, 35
  • Berlin Exhibition, 116
  • Berlin Theatre Stages, 127
  • Bernay's Water Meter, 721
  • Bertrand, Mr. E., on Bertrand and Thiel Combined Processes, 672, 696
  • Bertrand and Thiel Open-Hearth Processes Combined, 672, 696
  • Berwick and Edinburgh Railway Service, 380
  • Bessemer Process, Early History, 41
  • Bevel Gears, Cutting, 70
  • Bevel and Worm Gear, 403, 438. See LETTER, 19
  • Bicycles. See Cycles
  • Biles, Professor, on Nickel Steel for Ships, 776
  • Bituminous Coal, Washing (Luhrig), 103
  • Black Bodies, Radiation of Absolutely, 301
  • Blackburn Boiler Explosion, 799
  • Blaokwall Tunnel, 530
  • Blast-Furnace Plant, Duquesne, 469, 538
  • Blechynden, the Late Mr. Alfred, 287
  • Blot Accumulator, 83
  • Blowers v. Chimney Ventilation, 369
  • Blow-Off Cocks, Feed Check Valves and (Easton, Anderson, and Goolden, Limited), 25, 45
  • Blyth and Whitby Shipbuilding, 8, 82
  • Boat Chocks, Hamlyn's Collapsible, 373
  • Boats, Canal, Partially Immersed Screws, 200, 95. See LErrEas, Propellers
  • Body, Mechanics of the, 11
  • Bogies, Pressed Steel, for Barsi Light Railway (Leeds Forge Company), 106. See 275
  • Boilers, Ancient Pompeiian, 41
  • Boiler, Dry - Back, with Induced Draught (Fraser, Millwall), 474
  • Boiler Economy, 735, 758
  • Boiler and Engine Attendants, Certification Bill, 17, 321. See LErrErts
  • Boiler and Engine Stop Valve, 454
  • Boiler Explosion at Blackburn, 799
  • Boiler Explosion at Dritfield, 572
  • Boiler Explosion at Dukinfleld, 491
  • Boiler Explosions at Scarborough and Much Wenlock, 418
  • Boiler Feed Heater, Lundkvist's, 153, 189
  • Boiler Fittings, 25
  • Boiler Gauge, Wallach's Safety, 119
  • Boiler Grates, Efficiency, 135
  • Boiler Heating Surface, Efficiency, 135
  • Boiler Inspection and Registration Bill, 327
  • Boiler, Lyall's Tubular and Water-Tube, 603
  • Boilers, Marine, 263. See LETTERS, Niclatme Boiler
  • Boilers, Naval, 483, 489, 492
  • Boiler, Niclausse, 352
  • Boiler Tubes, Solid Drawn v. Welded. See LETTERS, Water-Tube Boilers
  • Boiler Water Purifier, Carroll, 23
  • Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boiler
  • Boilers, Water-Tube, &o., for Merchant Ships, 39, 760
  • Bolting and Drilling Railway Wheels, Machine for (Craven, Manchester), 339
  • Bolton Electric Lighting Plant, 5
  • Bombay, Baroda, and Central Indian Railway, 63
  • Books Received, 22, 68, 101, 132, 182, 228, 261, 09, 395, 429, 461, 568, 602, 633, 809, 845
  • Boring Machines, Cylinder (Niles Tool Works, U.S.A.), 538
  • Boring Machines, Double, 208
  • Boring Machine, Snout (Buckton), 436
  • Boulnois's Refuse Destructor, 743
  • Bradford Portable Power Drill and Reamer, 780
  • Brake Car, Glasgow Subway, 301
  • Brandt Theatre Stages, 35, 127
  • Brass Alloys, 197, 220, 253, 379, 412, 446, 481
  • Brassey's Naval Annual, 632, 806. See LETTER, Welin's Breech Screw, 755
  • Brazilian State Railways, 115, 681
  • Breakdowns of Stationary Engines, 26, 60, 90
  • Breakwaters, Concrete in, 707, 833
  • Breakwaters, Making of, 320
  • Breech Screw for Ordnance, Welin, 755
  • Briare, Canal Aqueduct, 77
  • Brickwork and Masonry, 20
  • Bridge Contract in Egypt, 448
  • Bridge Conveyor, 636
  • Bridge Failure in Egypt (Consular Aid), 182
  • Bridges on Lanarkshire and Dumbarton Railway, 667, 733, 803, 839
  • Bridge Model Experiments, 771, 794
  • Bridge, New Rock Island, 437, 523
  • Bridges, Painting, 650
  • Bridges, Standardising Loads and Stresses, 771, 95
  • Bridges, Stresses in, 427
  • Bridges, Swing, for Dumbarton Railway, 733, 803
  • Bridge Taxes, Forth, 485
  • Bridge, Victoria Moving, over River Dee, 781.
  • See LETTER, 828
  • British Company in France, 216
  • British Consuls and Commercial Propagandism, 18
  • British Contractors in Egypt, 448
  • British Metallurgical Industry, 381
  • British Minerals, 52
  • British Older Ironclads, Fighting Value if Rearmed, 504, 525
  • British Sailors and British Ships, 516
  • British Warships. See H.M.S.
  • Brompton and Piccadilly Subway, 480
  • Bronze-Aluminium, Seamless Tubes, 136
  • Bronze Tail Shaft, 815
  • Brown, The Late SirJohn, and Armour Plates, 23
  • Brown Spoil Conveyor, 29D. See Chicago Canal
  • Brussels Exhibition, 550, 582, 615, 649, 689, 721, 51, 787, 788, 815, 821, 849, 858
  • Buckets for Grab and Conveyors, 848
  • Bucyrus Steam Excavator, 165
  • Buenos Ayres Railways, 115
  • Buildings in Berlin, 564, 598
  • Building, Monier System, of, 158
  • Building Trades Exhibition, 413
  • Bull's Metal Tests, 815
  • Burning Coke Waste, 447
  • Cable, Japanese Pacific, 320
  • Cable Laying and Repairing, Submarine, 227
  • Cable, Repairing Submarine, 357, 387, 424
  • Cable Traction In Glasgow Subway 7, 95, 167, 230, 304
  • Brake Car, 304
  • Cables for Tramway Traction, 230
  • Cars, Cable, 304
  • Clutch, Walker-Weston, 167
  • Corliss Valves for Hauling Engine, 95
  • Dobson Gear for Corliss Valve, 95
  • Driving Pulleys for Cable Engines, 167
  • Electric Lighting of Subway, 304
  • Engines for Cable Haulage, 37, 95
  • Gripper, Car, 304
  • Haulage Machinery (Yates and Thom), 37, 95
  • Lighting Cars and Subway, 304
  • Pulleys for Driving and for Cable, 167, 230
  • Shafting for Cable Engines, 167
  • Sheaves for Cable in Tunnel, 230
  • Tension Gear for Cable Haulage, 167
  • Upton Tension Gear for Cable Haulage, 167
  • Walker-Weston Clutch, 167
  • Cables for Tramway Traction, 230
  • Cableway Conveying Spoil, 211
  • Cadmium, 302
  • Caillet's Single-Rail Railway, 166, 196
  • Calcium Carbide, 11, 412
  • Calibrating a Worthington Meter, 71
  • Calorific Value of Coal, 465
  • Calorimeter, Convection Scope and, 239
  • Calorimeter, Dowson's Gas, 720
  • Campbell, Mr. Albert, on the Changes in Soft Metals by Permanent Strain, 469
  • Canal Aqueduct at Briare, 77
  • Canal Boats' Partially Immersed Screws, 200, 95. See LETTERs, Propellers
  • Canal, Chicago Drainage. See Chicago Drainage Canal
  • Canals, Dimensions of Principal, 1
  • Canal Dimensions and Propulsion, 200, 295. See 'Arms, Propellers
  • Canal Diversion for Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway, 867, 733. See 830
  • Canal Mechanical Propulsion, 683, 591, e02, 627, 32. See LETTERS, and Negative Slip, 755
  • Canal, Nicaragua, 554
  • Canals, &Trot t nd Dimensions of Noted, 1
  • Canal Traffic, Continental, 554
  • Canal Traffic Legislation, 515
  • Canals, Value and Scope of, 554, 771, 790, 797
  • Canet-Schneider Combination, 319
  • Cantilever Conveyor, Double, 504
  • Cape Light Railways, 581
  • Capital and Co-operation Contracts, 211, 821
  • Capital and Wages, 81
  • Carbide of Calcium, 11, 412
  • Carbides in Steel, 801
  • Carburetted Water-Gas, 742, 761
  • Carey and Latham's Cement Mixer, 720
  • Carey, Mr. A. E., on Concrete in Marine Works, 34. See 707
  • Carnegie Co.'s Duquesne Furnace Plant, 469, 538
  • Carr, The Late Major, 519
  • Carriage, Motor. See Cars, Motor
  • Carriages, Rolling Cradles for Light Railways, 66, 404
  • Carroll Boiler-Water Purifier, 23
  • Carron Company's New Steamer " Avon," 753
  • Cars, Cable, 304
  • Cars, Motor, 786
  • Cars, Motor, Dust Cars, 148
  • Cars, Motor, Krieger Electric, 250
  • Cars, Peugeot Petroleum Motor, 676
  • Cars, Steam Road (Lancashire Company), 816
  • Carulla, Mr. F. J. R., on Sulphate of Ammonia, 98
  • Cast Iron, Aluminium in, 585
  • Cast Iron Tests, 187
  • Castings, Defects in Cast-Iron, 58, 75, 150, 218, 52, 521
  • Castings, Deformation in Iron, 71
  • Castings, Regulating Foundry Mixtures, 328
  • Castings, Some Old Iron, 568, 619. See LETTERS
  • Catenaries, Algebraic Spherical, 229
  • Caulking Tool, Rivet-Head, 793
  • Cavitation, " Turbinia," 555
  • Cellular Kite, 32
  • Cellulose, 319
  • Cement Mixer, Carey and Latham's, 720
  • Cement, Portland, 252
  • Cement in Sea Water, 619, 654
  • Cement in Sea Water, Behaviour, 457, 495, 559. See LETTERS
  • Cement Testing, 618
  • Central Railway, Grand, 290
  • Central Technical College, 111
  • Centrifugal Pumps for Docks at Newport, 543
  • Certificates for Boiler and Engine Attendants, 17, 321. See LETTERS
  • Chamberlin Observatory, Denver, 702
  • Channels, Digging, 133
  • Channel Steamer " Duchess of Devonshire," T.-S.S. (Barrow Company), 448
  • Channelling Machine (Ingersoll-Sergeant), 132
  • Channels, Uniform Flow in Open, 21
  • Charging, &o., Machinery for Blast-Furnaces, 69, 538
  • Charging Open-Hearth Furnaces by Machinery, 40, 658, 669
  • Cheltenham and Gloucester Railway, 321, 352
  • Chemistry, 301
  • Chemistry in the Foundry, 553
  • Chicago Drainage Canal : , 41, 96, 132, 163, 205, 235, 271, 299, 366, 433, 04, 569, 636, 668, 705, 752, 770
  • Air Hoist for Loading Rock into Spoil Wagon, 69
  • Bates' Belt Conveyors, 366
  • Belt Conveyor, Bates', 366
  • Bridge Conveyor, 636
  • Brown Conveyor, 299
  • Buckets for Grab and Conveyors, 848
  • Bucyrus Steam Excavator, 163
  • Canals, Sections and Dimensions of Noted, 1
  • Cantilever Conveyor, Double, 504
  • Channelling Machine (Ingersoll-Sergeant), 132
  • Christie and Lowe's Spoil Wagons and System of Excavation, 205
  • Conveyor, Bates' Belt, 366
  • Conveyor, Bridge, 636
  • Conveyor, Brown, 299
  • Conveyors, Christie and Lowe's, 205
  • Conveyor, Double Cantilever, 504
  • Conveyors, Hulett-M‘Myler, 848
  • Conveyor, Lidgerwood, 271
  • Conveyor, Shailer-Schniglau, 433
  • Conveyors, Smith and Eastman, and Trust, 366
  • Cuttings, 41, 96, 132
  • Derrick, Hulett-M`Myler Single-Boom, 569
  • Dipper Dredging, 668
  • Ditching Machine, King, 705
  • Dredge, Vivian Hydraulic, 770
  • Dredger, Jones-Lovell Land, 752
  • Dredger, William Sooy Smith, 752
  • Dredging, Dipper, 668
  • Dump Cars, &c., 163
  • Dynamite Blast, 235
  • Eastman's Conveying Derricks, 366
  • Excavation, Diagram Showing, 636
  • Excavator, Bucyrus, 163
  • Excavator, Marion, 705
  • Excavator, Osgood's Steam, 235
  • Excavator, Victor, 668
  • Grab Buckets, 848
  • Hoisting Engine for Lidgerwood Conveyor, 271
  • Hulett-M`Myler Conveyors, 848
  • Hulett-Mlfyler Single-Boom Derrick, 563
  • Hydraulic Dredge, Vivian, 770
  • Incline and Tip for Spoil, 636
  • Inclines for Removing Soil, 96, 163, 205, 235
  • Ingersoll-Sergeant Channelling Machine, 132
  • Jones-Lovell Land Dredger, 752
  • King Ditching Machine, 705
  • Lake Basin Map, 96
  • Land Dredger, Jones-Lovell, 752
  • Lidgerwood Conveyor, 271
  • Map and Plan, 1
  • Marion Excavator, 705
  • M`Myler-Hulett Conveyors, 848
  • Navvies. See Excavators
  • Osgood's Steam Shovel, 235
  • Overhead Conveyor, Lidgerwood, 271
  • Page Incline and Tip, 636
  • Progress Diagrams, 96
  • Removing Soil by Inclines, 97, 163, 205, 235
  • Sections and Dimensions, 1
  • Shailer-Schniglau Conveyor, 433
  • Smith and Eastman's Conveying Derricks, 366
  • Spoil Wagons, 163, 205, 235, 433
  • Tipping Machinery, 636
  • Truss Conveyors, 366 68
  • Victor Excavator,
  • Vivian Hydraulic Dredge, 770
  • Winch for Brown Conveyor, 299
  • Chimney Ventilation v. Fan, 369
  • China and Korea, Affairs in, 583
  • China Railway, Eastern, 182
  • China Railway Prospects, 399
  • China and Russia, 19
  • China Silk Mills, 275
  • China Spinning, 286
  • China Trade, 249
  • China and United States Trade, 552
  • Chinese Finance, 348
  • Chinese Treaty with Eng'and, 859
  • Chocks for Boats, Hamlyn's, 373
  • Christie and Lowe's Spoil Wagons and System of Excavation, 205
  • Circulation of Steam for Heating, 370
  • Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, 653, 754
  • City and Guilds Technical College, 111
  • City and West-End London Subway, 480
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of. See Letter Membership, 49, 409, 573
  • Superheated Steam Engine Trials, by Professor Ripper, 121
  • The Diversion of the Periyar, by Colonel J. Pennycuick, 137
  • The Mother System of Construction, by Mr. Walter Beer (Students), 158
  • Cold Storage and the London and India Docks, by Mr. H. F. Donaldson, 216
  • The Main Drainage of London, by Messrs. W. Santo Crimp and J. E. Worth, 283
  • The Purification of the Thames, by Mr. W. J. Dibdin, 283
  • Membership Rules, 409, 441
  • Bacteriology, by Dr. G. D. Woodhead, 416, 454, 29
  • The Mond Gas Producer Plant and its Application, by Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 419
  • Electric Lifts and Cranes, by Mr. H. W. Ravenshaw, 449
  • Blackwall Tunnel, by Mr. David Hay and Mr. Maurice Fitzmaurice, 530
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of. Conference :
  • Presidential Address, by Sir J. Wolfe Barry, K.C.B., 706
  • * Section I.-Railways:
  • Rails and Permanent Way, introduced by Mr. H. Copperthwaite, 706, 727
  • Permanent Way, introduced by Mr. F. W. Webb, 707, 727
  • The Location and Cost of Working of Pioneer Railways, introduced by Mr. R. Elliott Cooper, 734, 763. See Erratum, 780
  • What is True or False Economy in Light Railway Construction ? introduced by Mr. A. C. Pain, 734, 763. See Erratum, 780
  • The Standardising of Working Loads and Working Stresses for Railway Bridges, introduced by Mr. J. M. Moncrieff, 771, 795
  • The Use of Small ;Scale Experiments in some Engineering Problems, introduced by Mr. A. Mallock, 771, 794
  • * Section II-Harbours, Docks, and Canals :
  • President's Address (Mr. Harrison Hayter), 07, 833, 834
  • Concrete in Relation to Marine Works, introduced by Mr. John Kyle and Mr. A. E. Carey, 07
  • The Arrangement of Docks in Relation to Approaches, &c.,introduced by Mr. H. F. Donaldson, 71
  • The Value and Scope of Inland Navigation, introduced by Mr. E. D. Marten, Mr. Lionel B. Wells, and Mr. J. A. Saner, 771, 796, 797
  • Comparison of Dredging and Training Works as Means for the Improvement of Rivers, introduced by Mr. A. F. Fowler and Mr. I. C.
  • Barling, 774, 795, 796
  • On Automatic Dredging of Rivers and River Bars, introduced by the Hon. R. C. Parsons, 74
  • * Section III.-Machinery and Transmission of Power :
  • The Transmission of Power by Electricity, introduced by Mr. W. H. Preece, C.B., F.R.S., 10, 727
  • The Transmission of Power by Water, introduced by Mr. E. B. Ellington, 710, 728
  • The Transmission of Power by other Agents, introduced by Dr. John Hopkinson, F.R.S., 10, 729
  • Important Questions in the Economic Working of Steam Engines and Boilers, introduced by Mr. Bryan Donkin, 735, 758
  • Separate Condensing Plants, introduced by Mr. Henry Davey, 738, 759
  • Petroleum as Steam Engine Fuel, introduced by Mr. John A. F. Aspinall, 738, 745
  • Proposed Committee on Uniform System of Reports, 738.
  • Piston Valves in Locomotives, introduced by Mr. S. W. Johnson, 775, 798
  • Ball and Roller Bearings, introduced by Mr. W. Bayley Marshall, 776
  • Pneumatic Grain Elevators, introduced by Mr. C. R. Parkes, 776, 797
  • *Section IV.-Mining and Metallurgy :
  • Dealing with Water in Pits during Sinking and in Permanent Work, introduced by Mr. J. B. Simpson, 712, 730
  • Water in Deep Shafts, introduced by Mr. Henry Davey, 712, 729
  • Deep Levels in Mining Practice in the United Kingdom, introduced by Mr. Bennett H. Brough, 712
  • Prospects of Deep Mining in Cornwall, introduced by Mr. William Thomas, 713
  • * Section V.-Shipbuilding :
  • Practical Application of Model Experiments to Merchant-Ship Design, introduced by Mr. Archibald Denny, 713
  • The Relative Advantages and Disadvantages of Rotary and Reciprocating Engines as Applied to Ship Propulsion, introduced by the Hon. C. A. Parsons, 738, 758
  • Use of Water-Tube Boilers in the Mercantile Marine, introduced by Mr. A. E. Seaton, 739, 60
  • Improved Materials of Construction and their Influence on Design, introduced by Professor J. H. Biles, 776
  • Influence of Choice of Materials and Workmanship on the Structural Strength and Durability of Merchant Shipping, introduced by Mr. H. H. West, 776
  • * Section VI.-Water Works, Sewerage, and Gas Works :
  • Water Gas, introduced by Mr. Corbet Woodall, 42, 761
  • Gas for Power Purposes, introduced by Mr. J. Emerson Dowson, 742, 761
  • The Bacteriology of Water Supply, introduced by Sir Edward Frankland, F.lt.S., 742
  • House Sanitation, introduced by Mr. Rogers Field, 743
  • Refuse Destructors, introduced by Mr. II. P. Boulnois, 743
  • Relation between Rainfall, Flow off the Ground, and Actual Yield of Reservoirs, introduced by Mr. W. Fox, 743
  • The Law and Allocation of Underground Water, by Mr. James Mansergh, 835
  • * Section VII.-Application of Electricity :
  • Should Generating Plant be Mounted on Springs? introduced by Mr. James Swinburne, 743, 762. See LETTERS
  • Turbines Applied to Dynamos, introduced by the Hon. C. A. Parsons, 745, 762
  • The Decimal System in Engineering Measurement, introduced by Captain H. Riall Sankey, late R.E., 779, 799
  • The Equilibrium System of Feeding Electric Railways, introduced by Mr. C. E. P. D. Spagnoletti, 780
  • Conversazioni, 719
  • Civil Engineering Prospects in Japan, 146
  • Clark's Iron Curtain with Hydraulic Gear at Lyric Theatre, 393
  • Clutch, Walker-Weston, 167
  • Clutches, Coil, 606
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 55, 82, 485
  • Coal in France, 543
  • Coal-Mining in Britain, 52
  • Coal, Powdered, Combustion of, 71
  • Coal Production, Consumption and Cost, 411
  • Coal in Russia, 825
  • Coal, South African, 465
  • Coal and Spontaneous Combustion, 431
  • Coal, Washing Bituminous (Luhrig), 103
  • Coal Weighing and Recording Machine, 473
  • Coherers, Liquid, and Mobile Conductors, 453
  • Coil Clutches, 606
  • Coke Waste, Burning, 447
  • Cold and Anticyclonic Conditions of Weather, 543
  • Cold, Mechanical Production of, 214, 216, 247, 83, 349. See LErrEits
  • Cold Storage, 216
  • Collisions, Railway. See Accidents
  • Colomb, Admiral, on Battleships and Torpedo Boats, 785
  • Combustion of Powdered Coal, 71
  • Combustion, Spontaneous, 431
  • Commercial Education in Japan, 285
  • Commercial Organisation of Factories, 67
  • Commercial and Political Value of Trans-Siberian Railway, 789
  • Commercial Propagandism and British Consuls, 18
  • Communication, Geography of, 688
  • Companies Act, Amendment, 282
  • Company Law, French v. British, 216
  • Compendium of English Language, 809
  • Compensation for Accident, 683
  • Competition, Foreign, 17, 217, 844
  • Competition, German Trade, 144, 178
  • Competition of Motor Cars, 786
  • Competition in Steel Trade, 657, 895
  • Compound Engine. See Engines
  • Compound Locomotive, Experiments on, 828
  • Compressed Air Plant (Ingersoll-Sergeant Company), 132
  • Computers, Mechanical, 104
  • Concentric Conductors, Alternating Currents, 20
  • Concentric Wiring, 721
  • Concrete Construction, Monier System, 158
  • Concrete in Marine Work, 707, 833
  • Concrete Work on Railways, 733, 803
  • Condenser, Surface, for Electric Light Engines (W. H. Allen and Co.), 341
  • Condensing Plant, Separate, 738, 759
  • Conductivity of Sheet Copper, Thermal, 31, 49
  • Conduit, Simplex System of Electric, 351
  • Congress of Hygiene and Demography at BudaPesth, 1894, 11
  • Consular Aid, 182
  • Consuls and Commercial Propagandism, 518
  • Consumption of Coal, Production and Cost, 411
  • Continental Canal Traffic, 554
  • Continental Railway Facilities, 61
  • Contractors and County Council, 479, 717
  • Contractors, Navy, 148
  • Convection Scope and Calorimeter, 239
  • Conversazioni of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 719
  • Conveyors, Bates' Belt, 366
  • Conveyor, Brown, 299
  • Conveyor, Brown Spoil, 299. See 235, 277, 366, 33
  • Conveyor, Bridge, 636
  • Conveyors, Christie and Lowe's, 205
  • Conveyor, Double Cantilever, 504
  • Conveyors, Hulett-McMyler, 848
  • Conveyor, Lidgerwood, 271
  • Conveyor, Shailer-Schniglau, 433
  • Conveyors, Smith and Eastman, and Trust, 366
  • Cooling Curves of Alloys, 197, 220, 253, 379, 412, 46, 481
  • Cooper, Mr. R. Elliot, on Pioneer Railways, 34, 7d3
  • Co-operative Contracts and Capital, 211, 821
  • Copenhagen Royal Theatre, Fire Engine Stations, 633
  • Copper, Changes due to Strain on, 468
  • Copper Process, Dumoulin, 618, 654. See LETTERS
  • Copper Refining, Electrolytic, in United States of America, 690
  • Copper Refining Works, Anaconda, 24
  • Copperthwaite, Mr. 11., on Rails and Permanent Way, 706, 727
  • Corliss Valve Gear for Locomotives, 381
  • Corliss Valves for Haulage Engine, 95
  • Corliss Valve for Locomotive, 291. See LETTERS
  • Corliss Valve, Proell Cut-off with, 606. See LErrEas, 654, 690, 754, 792, 828
  • Cornwall Mines, Deep, 712
  • Corporation Finance, 449
  • Corporations and Co-operative Production, 821. See 211
  • Cost of Cold by Refrigerating Plant, 41
  • Cotton Baling Presses (Rice, Leeds), 850
  • Cotton Industry in China and Japan, 286
  • Cotton Spinning, 308
  • Cotton and Spontaneous Combustion, 431
  • County Council and Works Department, 479, 717
  • Court Theatre at Berlin, 35
  • Cowper-Kennedy Stoves for Blast-Furnaces, 538
  • Cox's Mechanical Computers, 104
  • Cradle for Launching Warships, 309
  • Cradles, Rolling, for Light Railways, 366, 404
  • Crane, 200-Ft. Gantry (Wellman-Leaver Engineering Company), 101
  • Cranes and Lifts, Electric, 449
  • Crane, 40-Ton Titan (Stothert and Pitt), 320, 642
  • Crewe Engine Shed, 277, 311
  • Crimp, Santo, Mr., and Watts, Mr. .I. C., on London Drainage, 288
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crushing, Grinding, and Separating Machinery (Johnson, Leeds), 371
  • Crushing Quartz by Stamp Mills, 624, 661. See LETTERS
  • Crystals, Homogeneous Structure of, 382
  • Curve Tracer, or Monticolo Cyclesograph, 791
  • Cut-off, Proell, with Conlin Valve, 606. See LETTERS
  • Cutting Bevel Gears, 70
  • Cutting Machine, Double-Ended Punching Machine and (Craig and Donald), 339
  • Cuttings, Canal, 41, 96, 132
  • Cycle Construction, 573, 632
  • Cycle Work, Heavy Capstan Lathe for (Taylor and Hattersley), 642. See Erratum, 681
  • Cyclesograph, Monticolo, or Curve Tracer, 791
  • Cylinder Boring Machines (Niles Tool Works, U.S.A.), 538
  • Damming the Periyar in Madras, 137
  • Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, 569
  • Davey, Mr. Henry, on Water in Deep Shafts, 12, 729. See 721, 730
  • Davey, Mr. H., on Separate Condensing Plant, 38, 759
  • Decauville and Single-Rail Railways, 166, 196, 88
  • December Weather, 54
  • Decimal System in Engineering, 779, 799
  • Dee, River, Victoria Moving Bridge over, 781. See LETTER, 828
  • Deep Mines, 712
  • Deep Tunnel Railways for London, 480
  • Defects in Cast-Iron Castings, 58, 75, 150, 218, 52, 521.
  • Deformation in Iron Castings, 71
  • Degreasing Leather, Machine for, 400
  • Denny, Mr. A., on Model Experiments in Ship Design, 713
  • Density of Water Vapour, 267
  • Denver, Chamberlin Observatory, 702
  • Deprez-D'Arsonval Galvanometers, 300
  • Derailment at Rothbury, 836
  • Derrick, Hulett-McMyler Single-Boom, 569
  • Design of Ships, Use of Mean Water-Line in, 08, 527
  • Destruction of Town Refuse, 146
  • Destructor, Horsfall, 122
  • Destructors, Refuse, 743
  • Desulphurising, 696
  • Determinations of the Radiation in Absolute Measure, 301
  • Determining Volume of Air Passing through a Register, 337
  • Dewrance, Mr. John, on Bearings of Marine Engines, 29
  • Diagram, Acceleration, Oscillating Engine, 665
  • Diagram, Accelerity, Steam Engine, 509, 527
  • Diagram, Metal Price, 24, 184, 322, 450, 620, 756
  • Diamond Mining, 286
  • Dibdin, Mr., on Thames Purification, 288
  • Diffraction Kaleidoscope, 686
  • Digger. See Steam Navvy
  • Dimensions of Drawings, 11
  • Dipper Dredging, 668
  • Direct Radiation, Measurement, 336
  • Dispute, Engineers', 315
  • Distribution of Power, 701
  • Ditching Machine, King, 705
  • Diviner, Water, 764
  • Dobson Gear for Corliss Valves, 95
  • Dock Centrifugal Pumps, 543
  • Dockyards, French, and Contractors, 260
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, on Steam Engine Economy, 35, 758
  • Donkin, Mr. Bryan, on Steam Engine Experiments, 464
  • Dowson's Gas, Power, 742, 761
  • Dowson, Mr. J. E., on Gas for Power Purposes, 42, 761
  • Drainage Canal, Chicago. See Chicago Canal Drainage of London, 288
  • Drainage and River Reclamation, 129
  • Dredge, Vivian Hydraulic, 770
  • Dredger, Jones-Lovell Land, 752
  • Dredger, William Sooy Smith, 752
  • Dredging. See Chicago Canal Dredging, Dipper, 668
  • Dredging and Training Rivers, 774, 795
  • Driffield, Boiler Explosion at, 572
  • Drill and Reamer, Bradford Portable Power, 780
  • Drills for Excavating, 133
  • Drilling and Bolting Railway Wheels, Machine or (Craven, Manchester), 339
  • Driving Pulleys for Cable Engines, 167
  • Drying and Heating Apparatus, Robinson, 46
  • Dryness of Steam, 32
  • "Duchess of Devonshire," T.-S.S. (Barrow), 448
  • Duckham's Pneumatic Grain Elevator, 151. See LETTERS
  • Dukinfield, Boiler Explosion, 491
  • Dumbartonshire and Lanarkshire Railway, 597, 67, 733, 803, 839
  • Dunioulin Copper Process, 618, 654. See LETTERS
  • Dump Cars, &c., 163
  • Duodecimal System, 136
  • Duquesne Furnace Plant, 469, 538
  • Durston, Sir A. J , on Trials of the "Powerful" and " Terrible," 483, 492
  • Dust Cart, Motors, 148
  • Dust, Coal, Combustion of, 71
  • Du Temple Water - Tube Boilers, "Spanker," 789
  • Dynamite Blast, 235
  • Dynamite, Storage of, 585
  • Dynamo, Six-Pole 70-Kilowatt, 509
  • Eastern China Railway, 182
  • Eastern Telegraph Company, 619
  • Eastman's Conveying Derricks, 365
  • Eddy, The Late Mr. E. M. G., 860
  • Education, Technical, 111
  • Education of Engineers, 855
  • Education of German Mechanics, 212
  • Education, Industrial, in Glasgow, 281
  • Education in Japan, 246, 285
  • Edwards' Air Pump, 60
  • Effect of Capacity on Stationary Electrical Waves in Wires, 520
  • Effect of Sea Water on Induction Telegraphy,830
  • Efficiency of Ventilation, Chimney v. Fan, 69
  • Egypt, Engineering Failures, 182
  • Egyptian Contracts, British Firms and, 448
  • Electric Accumulator, Blot, 88
  • Electric Accumulator Traction, 485
  • Electric Accumulators, Manganese Compounds in, 585
  • Electric Alternating Currents in Concentric Conductors, 520
  • Electric Arc and Photomicrography, 685
  • Electric Dynamo, Six-Pole 7-Kilowatt, 509
  • Electric Exhibits at Brussels Exhibition, 824
  • Electric Exhibits at Royal Society Soirée, 685, 823
  • Electric Generating Plant on Springs, 743, 762. See LETTERS
  • Electric Generators, Turbine, 251, 745, 762
  • Electric Influence Machine, Wimshurst, 685
  • Electric Insulation, Railroad, 355
  • Electric Lifts and Cranes, 449
  • Electric Light Engine Surface Condenser (W. H. Allen and Co.), 341
  • Electric Light Engines, Compound (Allen, Bedford), 74
  • Electric Lighting Plant, Bolton, 6
  • Electric Lighting of Subway, 304
  • Electric Motors for Ventilator Fans, 604
  • Electric, Parsons', Turbo-Generator, 251
  • Electric Plant at the Reichsanstalt, 287
  • Electric Power from St. Lawrence, 722
  • Electric Power Transmission, 859
  • Electric Power Transmission, Bellegarde, 633, 01
  • Electric Qualities of Iron, Effect of Temperature on, 677
  • Electric Railways, Equilibrium System of Feeding, 780
  • Electric Railways and Physical Institutes, 300
  • Electric Road Carriage, Krieger, 250
  • Electric Signalling without Wires, 830
  • Electric Telegraphy, Transatlantic, 447
  • Electric Traction for Glasgow, 652
  • Electric Traction for Railways, 753
  • Electric Traction, Simplex System of, 351
  • Electric Transmission of Power, 710, 727, 728, 29
  • Electric Turntable Stage, Munich, 201, 267
  • Electric Wiring, Concentric, 721
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of:
  • Presidential Address, by Sir Henry Mance, 113. See LETTER, 655
  • On Some Repairs to the South American Company's Cable off Cape Verde in 1893 and 1895, by Mr. H. Benest, 357, 387, 424
  • The Generation of Electrical Energy for Tramways, by Mr. John S. Raworth, 623
  • Electrical Process, Formation of Mercury Films by an, 677
  • Electrical Tools for Shipbuilding, 536, 590
  • Electrical Tramway, Generation Plant, 622
  • Electrical Waves in Wires, Effect of Capacity on Stationary, 520
  • Electrically Driven High-Speed Pumps, 621
  • Electrically Driven Ploughing Tackle, 814
  • Electrically Welded Steel Barrels, 789
  • Electricity from Carbon, 413
  • Electricity through Gases, Passage of, 153
  • Electricity ? What is, 807
  • Electro-Thermal Properties of some Liquid Metals, 327
  • Electrolytic Copper Refining, 24, 690
  • Elevator, Duckham's Pneumatic Grain, 151. See LETTERS, 218, 252
  • Elevators, Pneumatic Grain, 776, 797
  • Ellington, Mr. E. B., on Water-Power Transmission, 728. See 710
  • Elliott, D., on Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, 64
  • Elliott, Professor A. C., on Acceleration Diagram for Oscillating Engine, 665
  • Elliptical Functions, 229
  • Embabeh Swing Bridge Contract, 448
  • "Empire " and " Liberty," Niger Steamers, 340
  • Employers' Liability, 683
  • Employers' Liability, New Point, 351
  • Engine and Boiler Attendants, Certification Bill, 17. See LETTERS, 321
  • Engine and Boiler Stop Valve, 454
  • Engine Breakdown, II.M. Destroyer " Star," 616. See LETTERS
  • Engines for Cable Haulage (Yates and Thom, Blackburn), 37, 95
  • Engines, Compound, and Alternator (Hick, Hargreaves, and Co.), 5
  • Engine, Compound Electric Light (Allen, Bedford), 74
  • Engine, Conlies, and Air Compressor (IngersollSergeant Company); 132
  • Engine Economy, Steam, 735, 758
  • Engine Governors, 136
  • Engines, Gas and Oil, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 855
  • Engines, High-Pressure Steam, 68
  • Engines, High-Speed, 421
  • Engines of H.M. Destroyers " Swordfish" and "Spitfire " (Bellies), 73
  • Engines, Japanese Battleship " Yashima" (Humphrys, Tennant), 239, 241, 277
  • Engines, Marine, Bearings of, 29
  • Engines, Mounting, on Springs, 743, 762. See LETTERS
  • Engines, Niger Stern-Wheel Steamer (Easton, Anderson, and Goolden), 340
  • Engine, Oil and Gas, 100
  • Engines, Oil, Self-Igniting (Clayton and Shuttleworth), 816
  • Engine, Oscillating, Acceleration Diagram, 665
  • Engine, Quadruple-Expansion Mill (Fleming and Ferguson, Limited), 12
  • Engine Shed at Crewe, 277, 311
  • Engines, Short-Stroke Steam, 157, 188. See LETTERS, 184, 218, 321, 353, 449, 486
  • Engines, Stationary, Breakdowns of, 28, 60, 90
  • Engine, Steam, Accelerity Diagram, 509, 527
  • Engine Telegraph, Fiske's, and Speed and Direction Indicator, 206
  • Engine Tests, Steam, 464
  • Engine Tests, Uniformity, 738
  • Engine Trials, Superheated Steam, 121
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion Paddle-Wheel (Inglis), 71
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, Spanish Destroyers (Clydebank Company, Limited), 12
  • Engine, " Universal," and Inductor Alternator (Brush Company), 157, 188, 321
  • Engines and Vibration in Ships, 258. See LETTERS, 274, 415, 449
  • Engines and Water-Tube Boilers of H.M.S. "Pelorus" (Clydebank Company), 385
  • Engineers' Dispute, 315, 549
  • Engineers, Education of, 855
  • Engineer in the Navy, 518, 599. See Erratum, 41
  • Engineers of the Royal Naval Reserve, 383
  • Engineers' School (Seafield, Crofton), 284
  • Engineering Diamond Jubilee Memorial, 790
  • Engineering, Marine, in 1896, 6, 55, 82, 109, 485
  • Engineering Profession, Organisation of the, 83, 415, 486, 555, 618
  • Engineering, United States Naval, 54
  • Engineering Works, Locality for, 11
  • English Language, Compendium of, 809
  • English Shipbuilding, 6, 9, 82, 485. See 109
  • Equilibrium System of Feeding Electric Railways, 80
  • Essen Theatre Stage, 127
  • Evaporation in Reservoirs, 743
  • Ewing, Professor Jas. A., on Refrigeration, 214 47, 349, 283. See LETTERS
  • Excavators. See Chicago Canal
  • Excavator, Bucyrus, 16',:
  • Excavator, Marion, 705
  • Excavator, Osgood's Steam, 235
  • Excavator, Victor, 668
  • Exhibitions of 1896, 116
  • Exhibition, Brussels, 550, 582, 615, 649, 689, 721, 51, 787, 788, 824, 858
  • Exhibition, Building Trades, 413
  • Exhibition, Glasgow, 1901, 147
  • Exhibition, Paris, 3, 229, 467
  • Exhibition, Technical Education, 753
  • Exhibition, Victorian Era, 719
  • Exhibition, Yachting and Fisheries, 180, 250, 687
  • Expanded Metal in Fire-Proof Floors, 118
  • Expansion of Glass, 267
  • Expansion of Steel, Determination of, 267
  • Experiments, Model, 771, 794
  • Experiments, Model, in Ship Design, 713
  • Explosion. See Boiler Explosions
  • Explosives, Manufacture of, 394
  • Export Guides, 449
  • Extensometers, Professor Ewing's, 720
  • Factories, Commercial Organisation of, 67
  • Factory Act and India-Rubber Works, 616
  • "Fair Wage" and the Dockyards, 143
  • Fan v. Chimney Ventilation, 369
  • Fans, Ventilator, 604
  • Fatigue of Iron and Steel, Microscopic Observations, 265, 499, 840. See 850
  • February Weather, 350
  • Feed Check Valves and Blow-Off Cocks (Easton, Anderson, and Goolden, Limited), 25, 45
  • Feed Heater System, Lundkvist's, 153, 189
  • Feed, Salt, for Water-Tube Boilers, 379
  • Feed Water, Purification of, 336
  • Feeder Railways, 734, 763
  • Fens, Lincolnshire, Reclamation and Drainage Works, 129
  • Fighting Value of the Older Ironclads if ReArmed, 504, 525
  • Filtration and Microbes, Water, 742
  • Fire Engine Stations, Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, 533
  • Fire at the Paris Bazaar, 648
  • Fire Prevention in Theatres, 331, 392
  • Fire Protection in Europe, 810
  • Fire-Resisting Curtains, 331, 392, 461, 533
  • Fire Risks of Public Halls, 618
  • Fire, Safety from, 331, 392, 461, 533
  • Fireproof Floors, Expanded Metal in, 118
  • Fireproofing Materials, 135
  • Fisheries and Yachting Exhibition, 250, 687
  • Fiske's Engine Telegraph and Speed and Direction Recorder, 206
  • Fitzgerald, Rear - Admiral, on Water-Tube Boilers, 483, 489, 492
  • Fletcher, The Late Mr. Lavington E., 859
  • Floors, Expanded Metal in Fireproof, 118
  • Flow in Channels, Uniform, 21
  • Flying Cellular Kites, 32
  • "Flying Fish," H.M. Destroyer (Palmers), 320
  • Focal Length, New Method of Determining, 830
  • Forde, The Late Mr. H. C., 287
  • Foreign Competition in Steel Trade, 657, 695
  • Foreign Meetings of Technical Societies, 749
  • Foreign Trade, 17, 178
  • Formula) of Interpolation, 398
  • Forth Bridge Taxes, 485
  • Fortifications in Britain, 177
  • Foundry, Chemistry in the, 553
  • Foundry Miximres, Regulating, 328
  • Four-Crank Triples, 150
  • Fowler, Mr. A. F., on Improvement of Rivers, 74, 795
  • Fractures of Shafts, 60. See 26, 90
  • France, Coal and Iron in, 543
  • Freights, Steel, 695
  • French Boilers, 263. See LETTERS, Niclausse Boiler
  • French Dockyards and Private Contractors, 250
  • French Shipping Bounties, 483
  • French Ships " Jaureguiberry " and " Carnot,' 50
  • French Trade, British Consul and, 518
  • Friction Clutch, Coil, 606
  • Froude's Ship Model Experimental System, 713
  • Frozen Meat Stores, 216
  • " Fuji," Japanese Battleship, 311. See " Irashima "
  • Furnace Charging Machinery, Steel, 640, 658, 69
  • Furnace, Horsfall Refuse, 122, 146
  • Furnace Plant, Duquesne, 469, 538
  • Furnace, Weardale, 637, 863
  • " Furor," Spanish Destroyer (Clydebank Company, Limited), 12
  • Galvanometers, Daprez-D'Arsonval, SOO
  • Gantry Crane, 200-Ft. (Wellman-Leaver Engineering Company), 101
  • Garbage Disposal, 146
  • Garnier's Section for Tool Steel, 322
  • Gas Calorimeter, Dowson's, 720
  • Gas, Carburetted Water, 742, 761
  • Gas Engines at Royal Agricultural Show, 855
  • Gas Flow through Pipes, 361, 419
  • Gas Industry, Present Position, 856
  • Gas and Oil Engine, 100
  • Gas Power, 752, 761
  • Gas Producer, Mond, 419
  • Gas Traction on Tramways, 286, 720
  • Gas Transmission of Power, 710, 727, 728, 729
  • Gauge Glasses, Hints about Packing, 653
  • Gauge, Wallach's Safety Boiler, 119
  • Gauss's Method of Determining Gravitation Constant, 267
  • Gear, Bevel and Worm, 403, 438, 619
  • Generation of Electrical Energy for Tramways, 22
  • Geometry of Stability, The, 509, 559
  • Geography of Communication, 688
  • German Competition, 144, 178, 217, 844
  • German Mechanics, Education of, 212
  • Germany, Telephones in, 116
  • Gibson, Mr. J. H., on Bevel and Worm Gear, 403, 38, 619
  • Glasgow Electric Traction, 652
  • Glasgow Exhibition, 1901, 147
  • Glasgow Subway, See Cable, &c.
  • Glasgow Technical College, 281
  • Glass, Expansion of, 267
  • Glass Fibres and Quartz, Torsion of, 267
  • Glass, Iridescent, 415
  • Gloucester and Cheltenham Railway, 321, 352
  • Governments and Co-operative Production, 821. See 211
  • Governors, Engine, 136
  • Grab Buckets, 848
  • Grain Elevator, Duckham's Pneumatic, 151. See LETTERS, 218, 252
  • Grain Elevators, Pneumatic, 776, 797
  • Gravehals Tunnel, 554
  • Gravitation, Constant of, 267
  • Gravitation Stamp Mills for Quartz Crushing, 24, 661. See LETTERS
  • Gray, Mr. Macfarlane, on the Aceelerity Diagram of the Steam Engine, 509, 527
  • Gray, Mr. Macfarlane, on the Geometry of Stability, 509, 559
  • Grease, Separation from Exhaust Steam, 336
  • Great Eastern Railway Works, 290
  • Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 863
  • Grel Valve, 781
  • Grinding, Crushing, and Separating. Machinery (Johnson, Leeds), 371
  • Grinding, Side, Machine (Luke and Spencer), 54
  • Gripper, Cable Car, 304
  • Guides, Export, 449
  • Guns Afloat, Stevens Battery, 417
  • Gun, Automatic Machine, 555
  • Gun, Ballistic Recording Apparatus, 686
  • Gun, Hotchkiss Automatic, 520, 544. See LETTER
  • Gun Jacket, To Remove Shrunken, 55
  • Gun Turrets Worked by Pneumatic Pressure, 539
  • Gyrometers, 303
  • Gyrostat v. Stereoscope. See Limns, Technical Education
  • Hailstorm (April 27, 1897), 815
  • Hamlyn's Collapsible Boat Chocks, 373
  • Harbours, Concrete in, 707, 833
  • Harbour Works, South African, 55
  • Hard Steel, 58
  • Hargrave, Mr. Lawrence, on Cellular Kites, 32
  • Hartlepool Shipbuilding, 70, 82, 485
  • Haulage, Cable, Machinery (Yates and Thom), 37, 5
  • Haulage of Canal Boats, 583, 591, 602, 627, 832. See LETTERS, and Negative Slip, 755
  • Haze and Transparency in Air, 252
  • Head, Mr. Jeremiah, on Steel Furnace Charging Machinery, 640, 658, 669
  • Hearing, the Difference of Phase by the Two Ears, 763
  • Heat of Iron, Specific, 730
  • Heat Transmission through Metallic Plates, 31, 9
  • Heating, Circulation of Steam for, 370
  • Heating and Drying Apparatus, Robinson, 46
  • Heating Mains, Hot Water, 339
  • Heating, Steam, for Railway Trains, 88
  • Heating and Ventilating Engineers, American Society of:
  • Presidential Address, by Professor R. C. Carpenter, 336
  • Separation of Grease and Oil from Exhaust Steam, by Mr. William J. Baldwin, 336
  • Method of Proportioning Direct Radiation, by Professor R. C. Carpenter, 336
  • Determining the Volume of Air passing through a Register per Minute, by Professor J. H. Kinealy, 337
  • Arrangement of Mains in Hot Water Heating Apparatus, by Mr. W. M. Mackay, 339
  • Relative Effbiency in Ventilating by a Chimney and by a Fan, by Professor Carpenter, 869
  • Circulation of Steam for Heating Purposes at or Below the Pressure of the Atmosphere, by Mr. R. P. Bolton, 370
  • Office-Bearers, 371
  • Helicoidal Tunnels, Laving out, 11
  • Hertz Wave Transmission, 685, 823
  • High-Pressure Steam, 68
  • Highland Railway Feud, 443, 477
  • Himalayan Railway, Darjeeling, 569
  • Hire Purchase, Machinery on, 11, 118
  • H.M. Battleships v. Destroyers, 785
  • H.M. Battleship " Jupiter," Steaming Trials (Clydebank Company), 351
  • H.M. Cruiser Isis " (London and Glasgow Company), 321
  • H.M. Cruiser " Niobe " (Barrow), 277, 309
  • H.M. Cruiser " Pegasus " (Palmers), 320
  • H.H. Cruiser " Pelorus " (Clydebank Co.), 385
  • H.M. Cruiser " Terrible" Trials (Clydebank Company), 83, 109, 483, 489, 492. See LETTERS, Terrible," &c.
  • H.M. Destroyers v. Battleships, 785
  • H.M. Destroyers " Flying Fish," " Star," and "Whiting" (Palmers), 320
  • H.M. Destroyer " Star," Accident to (Palmers), 16. See LETTERS
  • H.M. Dockyard Labour Conditions, 143
  • H. M. Gunboat " Spanker," Du Temple WaterTube Boiler, 789
  • H.M.S. " Powerful " Trials, 483, 489, 492
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyers "Swordfish" and "Spitfire " Engines (Belliss), 73
  • Hofburg Theatre, Vienna, Iron Curtain, 461
  • Hoisting Engine for Lidgerwood Conveyor, 271
  • Holden's Oil Fuel Locomotives, 738, 745
  • Hollis, Mr. H. W., on the Weardale Furnace, 863. See 637
  • Holt's System of Gas Tramway Traction, 720
  • Homogeneous Structure of Crystals, 382
  • Hopkinson, Dr. J., on the Transmission of Power, 29. See 710
  • Horner, Mr. Joseph, on Machine - Moulded Wheels, 65, 125, 195, 333, 395, 429, 563, 631, 68
  • Horseless Carriage. See Cars, Motor
  • Horsfall Refuse Furnace, 122, 146
  • Hose Coupling, Storz, 533
  • Hose-Holder, Moorman, 533
  • Hot Water Heating Mains, 339
  • Hotchkiss Automatic Gun, 520, 544. See LEtters,
  • House Sanitation, 743
  • Hulett-McMyler Conveyors, 848
  • Hulett-McMyler Single-Boom Derrick, 569
  • Hulse, The Late Mr. W. W., 414
  • Humber Shipbuilding, 8, 82
  • Hungary Steel Production, 721
  • Hunt, The Late Mr. Wm., 448
  • Hydraulic Dredge, Vivian, 770
  • Hydraulic Electric Power, Bellegarde, 633, 701
  • Hydraulic Forging, 695
  • Hydraulic Machinery for Swing Bridge for Railway, 733, 803
  • Hydraulic Transmission of Power, 710, 727, 728, 29
  • Hydraulics, Uniform Flow of Water, 21
  • Hygiene and Demography at Budapest, 1894, Congress, 11
  • Hysteresis Loss in Straight Iron Strips, Determining Magnetic, 830
  • Ice Machines, 214, 216, 247, 283, 349. See LETTERS
  • Ice Production, Cost of, 41.
  • Imperial Institute, 22
  • India-Rubber Works and the Factory Act, 616
  • Indian Patents, 321
  • Indian Railways, 863
  • Indicator and its Practical Working, 22
  • Induced Draught Dry-Back Boiler (Fraser, Millwall), 474
  • Induction Telegraphy, Effect of Sea-Water on, 30
  • Induction Telegraphy without Wires, 830
  • Inductor Alternator, " Universal" Engine and (Brush Company), 157, 188
  • Industrial Affairs in Japan, 718
  • Industrial Education in Glasgow, 281
  • Industrial Notes, 25, 59, 89, 119, 151, 185, 219, 57, 289, 824, 355, 386, 420, 451, 487, 524, 557, 87, 621, 655, 693, 725, 756, 793, 829, 860
  • Industrial Outlook, 82
  • Industrial Troubles in Japan, 381
  • Ingersoll-Sergeant Channelling Machine, 132
  • Inglis's Triple-Expansion Paddle-Wheel Engines, 71
  • Ingrey's Coal-Weighing and Recording Machine, 73
  • Inland Navigation, Value and Scope of, 771, 790, 97
  • Inspection and Registration of Boilers, 327
  • Institute of Technology, Stevens, 391
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, 555. See Civil Engineers
  • Institutions, Organisation of Engineering, 383, 15, 486, 555, 618
  • Insulation, Railroad, 355
  • International Company Law, 216
  • Interpolation, Formula), 398
  • Inventions and Patents, 485
  • Inverness, Railways to, 443, 477
  • Ireland Shipbuilding, 55, 82, 485
  • Iridescent Glass, 415
  • Irish Mail Service, 553, 586
  • Iron, Cast, Aluminium in, 585
  • Iron Castings, Deformation in, 71
  • Iron Castings, Some Old, 568. See LETTERS, 619
  • Iron Curtains, 331, 392, 461, 588
  • Iron, Effect of Temperature on the Magnetic and Electric Properties of, 677
  • Iron Fatigue, Microscopic Observations, 285, 499, 40. See 850
  • Iron in France, 543
  • Iron Industry of South Russia, 554
  • Iron, Magnetic Tests of, 300
  • Iron Production and Machining in the States, 40
  • Iron, Rustless Coatings, 101
  • Iron, Specific Heat of, 730
  • Iron and Steel Institute :
  • Sir David and Lady Dale's Reception, 637
  • Report of the Council, 637
  • International Association for Testing Iron and Steel, 637
  • New President (Mr. E. P. Martin), 637
  • Bessemer Medal (Sir Frederick Abel), 637
  • President's Address (United States Trade Competition), 637, 657, 695
  • Microscope Accessories for Metallographers, by Mr. John E. Stead, 637, 850
  • The Weardale Furnace, by Mr. H. W. Hollis, 37, 863
  • On the Permeability of Steelmaking Crucibles, by Messrs. J. 0. Arnold and F. K. Knowles, 40, 641
  • Annual Dinner, 640
  • On Charging Open-Hearth Furnaces by Machinery, by Mr. Jeremiah Head, 640, 658, 69
  • On the Practice of the Combined Open-Hearth Process of Bertrand and Thiel, by Mr. E. Bertrand, 641, 672, 696
  • On Malleable Cast-Iron, by Mr. G. P. Royston, 41
  • Carbon Changes in Malleable Cast-Iron, by Mr. G. P. Royston, 641
  • On the Agricultural Value of Sulphate of Ammonia from Blast-Furnaces, by Mr. F. J. R.
  • Carulla, 611, 698
  • On the Specific Heat of Iron, by Professor W. N. Hartley, 641, 730
  • On the Effect of Phosphorus on Cold Shortness, by Baron Hanns Juptner von Jonstorff, 11
  • On the Determination of Hardening and Carbide Carbon, by Hanns Juptner von Jonstorff, 641
  • On Central Blast Cupolas, by Mr. T. D. West, 41
  • Iron and Steel Institute Foreign Meetings, 749
  • Iron and Steel Production in Britain, 381
  • Iron and Steel Testing, International Association, 637
  • Iron, Tests of Cast, 187
  • Ironclads, Re-Arming Older, 504, 525
  • Irrigation, Diversion .of the Periyar, 137
  • " Isis," H.M.S. (London and Glasgow Co.), 321
  • Isopentane, Isothermals of, 764
  • Isothermals of Isopentane, 761
  • Jackets, Steam Pressures in, 150
  • James Watt Lecture by Mr. W. H. Preece, 245, 25
  • January Weather, 179
  • Japan and Australian Trade, 517
  • Japan, Civil Engineering Prospects in, 146
  • Japan Commerce and Industry, 580
  • Japan, Economic Aspects, 786
  • Japan Education, 246, 285
  • Japan, Industrial Affairs in, 381, 718
  • Japan Industrial and Commercial Conditions, 14
  • Japan, Korea, and Russia, 722
  • Japan to London Railway, 649
  • Japan,Protection of Patents and Trade Marks, 2, 8
  • Japan Shipping, 117
  • Japan Shipping and Naval Matters, 444, 519, 822
  • Japan Spinning, 286
  • Japan Steamship Subsidies, 444, 519
  • Japan Steelmaking, 53, 652
  • Japan Steelmaking Experiments, 53
  • Japan, Trusts in, 551
  • Japan and United States, 552
  • Japan, Yokohama Chamber of Commerce, 750
  • Japanese Armament Expansion Programme, 448
  • Japanese Battleship " Fuji," 341. See also Yashinta
  • Japanese Battleship (New), Thames Iron Works, 36
  • Japanese Battleship " Yashima," (Armstrong, Elswick), 170. See 341
  • Japanese Battleship " Yashima„" Machinery (Humphrys, Tennant, and Co.), 239, 277. See 170, 341
  • Japanese Currency and Industry, 686
  • Japanese Finance, 651
  • Japanese Industry, United States Opinion, 113
  • Japanese Kobe Water Works, 859
  • Japanese Pacific Cable, Proposed, 320
  • Japanese Steamship Company, 444, 519, 822
  • "Jaureguiberry," 252
  • "Jaureguiberry " and " Carnot," French Battleships, 250
  • Johnson, Mr. S. W., on Piston Valves for Locomotives, 775, 798
  • Joiners, Ship, on Thames, 216
  • Joint for Metal Tubing, Bayonet Catch, 557
  • Jones-Lovell Land Dredger, 752
  • Jungfrau Railway, 75
  • "Jupiter," Steaming Trials H.M.S. (Clydebank Company), 351
  • Jute and Spontaneous Combustion, 431
  • "Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse " Air Pumps, 44. See Unitas, 75
  • Kennedy-Cowper Stoves for Blast Furnaces, 538
  • Kermode's Steering Arrangement. See Rapsoit's Slide, &e.
  • Key, A New Shaft and Wheel, 149
  • Keys, Roller, for Shaft Pulleys, &c. (New Southgate Company, Limited), 45
  • Kimberley Diamond Mining, 286
  • King Ditching Machine, 705
  • Kirkaldy, The Late Mr. David, 148
  • Kite, Cellular, 32
  • Kites for Meteorological Observation, 643
  • Knowles, Mr. F. K., on Permeability of Crucibles, 40, 641
  • Kobe Water Works, 859
  • Kodolitsch, Herr F. von, on Electrical Tools, 30, 590
  • Korea and China, Affairs in, 583
  • Korea, Japan, and Russia, 722
  • Korea Trade, 214
  • Krieger Electric Road Carriage, 250
  • Kyle, Mr. John, on Concrete in Marine Works, 33. See 707
  • Laboratory, Work of Reichsanstalt, 266, 300
  • Labour Cost of Iron and Steel, 695
  • Labour in H.M. Dockyards, &c., 143
  • Labour's Share of Profits, 81
  • Lake Basin Map, 96
  • Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway, 380
  • Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway, 597, 67, 733, 803, 839
  • Land Dredger, Jones-Lovell, 752
  • Lathe for Bicycle Work, Heavy Capstan (Taylor and Hattersley), 642. See _Erratum, 681
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 30, 62, 88, 117, 141, 92, 256, 296, 321, 358, 383, 419, 456, 494, 522, 60, 594, 620, 654, 677, 724, 764, 800, 836, 862
  • Launching Warships, 277, 309
  • Laval Steam Turbine, 445
  • Law and Allocation of Underground Water, 835
  • Leather Degreasing Machine, 400
  • Legislation, Traffic, 515
  • Letters to the Editor, 10, 58, 75, 118, 149, 182, 17, 251, 274, 321, 352, 383, 415, 449, 486, 521, 55, 586, 618, 653, 690, 754, 790, 828
  • Level Crossings, Protection of, 161
  • Lewes, Professor Vivian, on Acetylene, 509, 528
  • Li Hung Chang's Mission, Sequel to, 249
  • Liability, Employers', for Chip from Chisel, 351
  • Lidgerwood Cableway Conveyor, 271
  • Lifeboat Chocks, Hamlyn's, 373
  • Lift Bridge, Temporary (Rock Island), 437, 523
  • Lifts and Cranes, Electric, 449
  • Light Railways, 264, 647, 734, 763
  • Light Railway, Barsi, 106, 275
  • Light Railways for the Cape, 581
  • Light Railway and Rolling Stock, Barsi (Leeds Forge Company), 106. See 275
  • Light Railway Trolley, Meynell's (Scriven, Leeds), 85
  • Lighthouses, Acetylene for, 509, 528
  • Lighting, Bolton Electric Plant, 5
  • Lighting Cars and Subway, 304
  • Limited Liability Act, Amendment, 282
  • Limited Liability Act and Wages, 81
  • Lincolnshire Reclamation and Drainage Work, 29
  • Linotype Machinery, 858
  • Liquefaction of Gases. See Refrigeration
  • Liquid Coherers and Mobile Conductors, 463
  • Literature, 21, 67,100, 129, 181, 227, 263, 308, 394 27, 461, 564, 598, 632, 806, 842
  • Lloyd's Return of Shipwrecks, 117
  • Lloyd's Shipbuilding Returns, 485
  • Loads and Stresses on Bridges, Standardising, 71, 795
  • Locality for Engineering Works, 11
  • Locomotive, Compound, " Mastodon," 606
  • Locomotive with Corliss Valve Gear, 291. See LETTERS, 384
  • Locomotive, Experiments on Compound, 828
  • Locomotive, Express Compound, with Auxiliary Gear, 691
  • Locomotive, Great Western. See Railways, State v. Private
  • Locomotive, Metropolitan Railway, 323
  • Locomotives, Oil Fuel, 738, 745
  • Locomotive Piston Valves, 775, 798
  • Locomotive, " Rocket," 653, 690, 7o4, 791, 828
  • Locomotive Shed at Crewe, 277, 311
  • Locomotive Tests, 464
  • London County Council and Water Department, 79, 717
  • London Deep Tunnel Railways, 480
  • London Dock Cold Storage, 216
  • London to Far East by Railway, 649
  • London, Main Drainage of, 288
  • London and North-Western Permanent Way, 06, 727
  • London Railways, Greater, 220
  • London Technical Education Scholarships, 651
  • London Theatres and Iron Curtains, 461
  • London Water Supply, 249, 377
  • Longridge, Mr. Michael, on Breakdowns of Stationary Engines, 26, 60, 90
  • Looking Backward and Forward, 217
  • Luhrig Process, Washing Coal, 103
  • Lummer Polarimeter, The Contrast, 301
  • Lundkvist's Feed Heater, 153, 189
  • Lyall's Tubular and Water-Tube Boiler, 608
  • MacAlpine, Mr. John H., on Prevention of Vibration in Ships, 258. See Limns
  • McMyler-Hulett Conveyors, 848
  • Machine Cutting of Accurate Bevel and Worm Gears, 619
  • Machine Gun, Automatic, 555
  • Machine Moulded Wheels, 65, 125, 195, 333, 395, 29, 563, 631, 768
  • Machine Tools for Shipbuilding, Electrical, 536, 90
  • Machine Working and Trades Unions, 549
  • Machinery on Hire Purchase, 11, 118
  • Machinery on Springs, Mounting, 790
  • Machinery for Steel Furnace Charging, 640, 658, 69
  • Machinery and Trade Unions, 315
  • Machinery, Want of Uniformity in Rotating, 304
  • Madras Railway, 863
  • Magnetic Hysteresis Loss in Straight Iron Strips, Determining, 830
  • Magnetic Qualities of Iron, Effect of Temperature on, 677
  • Magnetic Tests of Iron and Steel, 300
  • Mallock, Mr. A., on Model Experiments, 771, 94
  • Management, Works, 845
  • Manchester Show; Royal Agricultural Society, 55
  • Mandrils, Lathe, Roller Keys for (New Southgate Company, Limited), 45
  • Manganese Compounds in Electric Accumulators, 85
  • Manning in the Navy, 316, 347, 378, 410
  • Mansergh, Mr. James, on the Law and Allocation of Underground Water, 835
  • March Weather, 481
  • Marine Barometer, Tests for, 824
  • Marine Engineering in 1896, 6, 55, 82, 109, 485
  • Marion Excavator, 705
  • Markwick's Rice Mortar, 139
  • Marshall, Mr. W. B., on Roller Bearings, 776
  • Marten, Mr. E. D., on Value and Scope of Canals, 71, 790, 797
  • Martin, Mr. Arthur J., on Flow of Gas and Steam through Pipes, 861. See Erratum, 419
  • Masonry an i Brickwork, 20
  • "Mastodon " Locomotive, Compound, 606
  • Maxim Hard Steel, 53
  • Maxim Motor Company, 217, 252
  • Maxim Testing Apparatus for Smokeless Powder, 51
  • May Weather, 787
  • "Mayflower," Steam Yacht (Clydebank Company), 826
  • Measurement of Direct Radiation, 336
  • Measurement of Power, Watt and the, 325. See 15
  • Measurement of Temperature (High and Low), 67
  • Measuring Instrument, Professor Ewing's, 721
  • Measuring Stellar Photographs, Apparatus, Kapteyn's, 487
  • Mechanical Computers, 104
  • Mechanical Contrivances at Pompeii, 149
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of:
  • New York Meeting, 40
  • President's Address (Mr. John Fritz), 40
  • Annual Report, 40
  • The Early History of the Bessemer Process, by Sir Henry Bessemer, 41
  • Ancient Pompeiian Boilers, by W. T. Bonner, 1
  • Method of Determining the Work Done Daily by a Refrigerating Plant and its Cost, by Francis H. Boyer, 41
  • The Moment of Resistance, by Professor C. V. Kerr, 41
  • Promise and Potency of High-Pressure Steam, by Dr. R. N. Thurston, 68
  • Experimental Investigation of the Cutting of Bevel Gears with Rotary Cutters, by Messrs. F. R. Jones and Arthur L. Goddard, 70
  • Calibrating a Worthington Meter, by John A. Laird, 70
  • Contraction and Deformation of Iron Castings in Cooling from the Fluid to the Solid State, by Francis Schuman, 71 00-Ft. Gantry Crane, by Mr. John W. Leaver, 01
  • The Washing of Bituminous Coal by the Luhrig Process, by Mr. J. V. Schaefer, 103
  • Friction Horse-Power in Factories, by C. H. Benjamin, 101
  • Some Special Forms of Mechanical Computers, by Mr. F. A. Halsey, 104
  • Rustless Coatings for Iron and Steel, by Mr. M. P. Wood, 101
  • A Method of Determining Selling Prices, by Mr. H. M. Lane, 135
  • Report of Committee on Fireproofing Materials, by Mr. H. de B. Parsons, 135
  • The Efficiency of the Boiler Grate, by W. W. Christie, 135
  • The Efficiency of Boiler Heating Surface, by Mr. R. S. Hale, 135
  • Paper Friction Wheels, by Mr. F. M. Goss, 135
  • Steam Engine Governors, by Mr. F. H. Ball, 36
  • The Metric u. Duodecimal System, by G. W. Colles, 136
  • Aluminium Bronze Seamless Tubing, by Dr. Leonard Waldo, 136
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of:
  • Breakdowns of Stationary Engines, by Mr. Michael Longridge, 26, 60, 90
  • Annual Report of Council, 196
  • President's Address, 196
  • Fourth Report of the Alloys Research Committee, by Professor W. C. Roberts-Austen, 97, 220, 253
  • Partially Immersed Screw Propellers for Canal Boats ; and the Influence of Section of. Waterway, by Mr. Henry Barcroft, 200, 293
  • Mechanical Propulsion on Canals, by Mr. Leslie S. Robinson, 583, 591, 602, 627, 832.
  • See LETTERS. See LETTER, Negative Slip Experiments on Propeller Ventilating Fans and upon the Electric Motor Driving Them, by Mr. W. G. Walker,504
  • Mechanical Furnace Carging, 640, 658, 669
  • Mechanical Propulsion in Canals, 583, 591, 602, 27, 832. See LETTERS, and Negative Slip, 755
  • Mechanical Propulsion in Canals, 653
  • Mechanical Refrigeration, 214, 216, 247, 349, 283. See Limns, 383, 415, 486
  • Mechanics of the Body, 11
  • Medal, Cheltenham and Gloucester, 321
  • Memorial, National Engineering, of Diamond Jubilee, 790
  • Mercury Films formed by an Electrical Process, 77
  • Mersey Pilot Steamers (Murdoch and Murray, Port Glasgow), 48
  • Mersey Shipbuilding, 82
  • Messent, The Late Philip John, 519
  • Metal, Changes Due to Strain on, 468
  • Metal Price Diagram, 24, 184, 322, 460, 620, 756
  • Metallic Structures, Painting, 650
  • Metallographers, Microscop3 Accessories, 637, 0
  • Metallurgical Industry, British, 381
  • Metals, Thermo-Electric Properties of Some Liquid, 827
  • Meteorological Society, Royal :
  • Shade Temperature, by the President (Mr. E. Mawley), 105
  • Phenological Observations in 1896 (Report), 52
  • Haze and Transparency, by Hon. Rollo Russell, 52
  • Exhibition, 375
  • The Relation between Cold Periods and Anticyclonic Conditions of Weather in England' during the Winter, by Mr. W. H. Dines, 543
  • Kites for Meteorological Observation, by Mr. W. Lawrence Rotoh, 543
  • Suggestions of Sunspot Influence on the Weather of Western Europe, by Mr. A. B. MacDowall, 543
  • Report, 673
  • On the Mean Monthly Temperature of the British Isles, by Mr. R. H. Scott, 677
  • On the Rainfall of Dominica, West Indies, by Mr. C. V. Bellamy, 677
  • The Non-Instrumental Meteorology of London, 713-1896, by Mr. R. C. Mossman, 815
  • Hailstorm, South-West London, on April 27, 897, by Mr. C. Harding, 815
  • Meteorology of London, The Non-Instrumental, 15
  • Meter, Bernay's Water, 721
  • Meter, Calibrating a Worthington, 71
  • Metric System, 136, 275
  • Metric System in Engineering, 770, 799
  • Metropolitan. See London
  • Metropolitan Railway Locomotive, i 323
  • Mexico, United States Enterprise n, 518
  • Meynell's Trolley for Light Railways (Striven, Leeds), 185
  • Michaelis, Dr. Win., on Behaviour of Cement in Sea-Water, 457, 495, 559. See LETTERS
  • Microbes in Water, 742
  • Micrometers, Theft of, 619
  • Microphotography, 685
  • Microscope Accessories for Metallographers, 637, 50
  • Microscopic Observations on Fatigue in Iron and Steel, 265, 499, 840. See 637, 850
  • Military Works, 177
  • Mill Engines, High-Speed, 421
  • Mill Engine, Quadruple-Expansion (Fleming and Ferguson, Limited), 12
  • Mills, Ore Crushing, 791
  • Mills, Silk, and Machinery in China, 275
  • Milling Machine for Test-Pieces (Riehle, Philadelphia), 274
  • Mineral Industry, 52
  • Mines, Pumping in, 712, 729
  • Mining, 711
  • Mining at Great Depths. 712
  • Mirrors, Small, Used with Paraffin Lamp and Scale, 260
  • Miscellanea, 15, 49, 79, 105, 141, 175, 209, 213, 88, 313, 315, 375, 407, 450, 477, 513, 547, 577, 11, 645, 681, 715, 755, 792, 819, 862
  • Mississippi Bridge, Rock Island, 437, 523
  • Model Experiments, 771, 791
  • Model Experiments in Ship Design, 713
  • Model Experiments, Use of Mean Water Line in Design, 508, 527
  • Model Tests to Ascertain Ship Stability, 475, 485
  • Moment of Resistance, 41
  • Moncrieff, Mr. J. M., on Standardising Loads and Stresses on Bridges, 771, 795
  • Mond Gas Producer, 419
  • Monier System of Construction, 158
  • Monoline Machinery, 858
  • Monorail System, Behr, 788, 815, 849
  • Monticolo Oyclesograph or Curve Tracer, 791
  • Moorman Hose-Holder, 533
  • Mordey Inductor Alternator (Brush Co.), 157, 88
  • Morison, Mr. D. B., on Gravitation Stamp Mills for Quartz Crushing, 624, 661. See LETTERS
  • Mortars, Markwick's Rice, 139
  • Motor Cars. See Cars, Motor
  • Motor Dust Carts, 148
  • Motor, Peugeot Petroleum, 676
  • Moulded Wheels, Machine, 65, 125, 195, 333, 395, 29, 563, 631, 768
  • Mounting Engines on Springs, 743, 762. See LETTERS, 790
  • Movement of Animals, &c., 21
  • Moving Bridge over River Dee, 781. See LETTER, 28
  • Much Wenlock Boiler Explosion, 418
  • Munich Electric Turntable Stage, 201, 267
  • Municipal Finance, 449
  • Museum, Railway, 217
  • Mussy Viaduct, Paris, Lyons, &3., Railway, 575
  • Natal Railways, &c., 543
  • National Engineering Diamond Jubilee Memorial, 90
  • Naval Annual, 632, 806. See LETTER, Welin's Breech Screw, 755
  • Naval Architects', Meetings Abroad, 749
  • Naval Architects, Institution of : 13, 749
  • Report of the Council, 482
  • Address by the Chairman, the Earl of Hopetoun,G.C.M.G., 482
  • Recent of the Cruisers " Powerful " and "Terrible," by Sir A. J. Durston, K.C.B., 83, 492
  • Water-Tube Boilers in Warships, by RearAdmiral C. C. P. Fitzgerald, 483, 489
  • A Mechanical Method of Ascertaining the Stability of Ships, by Mr. A. G. Ramage, 475, 85
  • Annual Dinner, 485
  • On the Fighting Value of Certain of the Older Ironclads if Re-Armed, by Captain Lord Charles Beresford, C.B., 504, 525
  • The Application of the Compound Steam Turbine to the Purpose of Marine Propulsion, by the Hon. Charles Parsons, 508, 526. See LETTER, 555
  • On the Use of the Mean Water-Line in Designing the Lines of Ships, by Mr. A. G. Ramage, 08, 527
  • The Accelerity Diagram of the Steam Engine, by Mr. J. Macfarlane Gray, 509, 527
  • Note on the Geometry of Stability, by Mr. J. Macfarlane Gray, 509, 559
  • Acetylene and its Probable Future Afloat, by Professor Vivian B. Lewes, 509, 528
  • Nickel Steel as an Improved Material for Boiler Shell-Plates and Forgings, by Mr. William Beardmore, 634, 589
  • Application of Electrical Transmission of Power in Marine Engineering and Shipbuilding, by Herr F. von Kodolitsch, 536, 590
  • Naval Boilers, 483, 489, 492
  • Naval Defence Works, 177
  • Naval Engineer and the Command of the Sea, 99. See Erratum, 641
  • Naval Engineering, United States, 54
  • Naval Expenditure, Japan's, 448
  • * Naval Pocket-Books, British, French, and Italian, 27
  • Naval Reserve, Engineers of the Royal, 383
  • Naval and Shipping Matters, Japan, 822
  • Navvies. See Excavators
  • Navvy, Osgood's Steam, 235
  • Navy Contractors on both Sides of Atlantic, 148
  • Navy, Engineers in the, 518
  • Navy Estimates, 316, 347, 378, 410
  • Negative Slip, 755
  • Newark Case regarding Allocation of Underground Water, 835
  • Nicaragua Canal, 554
  • Nickel Steel for Ships, 776
  • Nickel Steel, 534, 589
  • Nickel Steel Tests, 686
  • Nickel Stress Telephone, 520
  • Nickel Wire, Changes Due to Strain on, 469
  • Niclausse Boiler, 352
  • Niger Stern-Wheel Steamers (Easton, Anderson, and Goolden, Limited), 340
  • Night Soil, Treatment of, 689
  • Nijni-Novgorod Exhibition, 116
  • " Niobe," Launch of H.M.S. (Barrow), 278, 309
  • Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 117, 444, 822
  • Normand Water - Tube Boilers of H M.S. "Pelorus" (Clydebank Company), 385
  • North-German Lloyd Steamer " Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse," Air Pumps, 44. See Lzrreas, 75
  • Northern Pacific Railway Compound " Mastodon" Locomotive, 606
  • Notes from Cleveland and the Northern Counties, 15, 49, 78, 100, 140, 174, 208, 242, 279, 312,
  • 1, 374, 406, 441, 476, 513, 546, 576, 610, 644, 24, 747, 680, 783, 818, 853
  • Notes from the North, 14, 48, 78, 108, 140, 174, 08, 242, 278, 312, 353, 374, 406, 440, 476, 512, 46, 576, 610, 644, 680, 723, 746, 782, 818, 852
  • Notes from the South-West, 14, 49, 78, 109, 140, 74, 209, 243, 279, 313, 354, 374, 407, 441, 477, 13, 577, 611, 645, 681, 724, 747, 783, 819, 46, 53
  • Notes from South Yorkshire, 14, 48, 77, 109, 139, 76, 208, 242, 279, 312, 354, 374, 406, 441, 476, 12, 546, 576, 610, 644, 680, 723, 747, 783, 818, 53
  • Notes from the United States, 22, 48, 77, 105, 39, 171, 242, 278, 322, 345, 373, 404, 440, 486, 55, 586, 607, 652, 680, 715, 754, 780, 815, 12, 61

Obituary:

  • Observatory, Chamberlin, Denver, 702
  • Oil. See also Petroleum
  • Oil Engines. See Engines
  • Oil Engines at the Royal Agricultural Show, 855
  • Oil Engines, Self-Igniting (Clayton and Shuttleworth), 816
  • Oil Fuel Locomotives, 738, 745
  • Oil and Gas Engine, 100
  • Oil Separation from Exhaust Steam, 336
  • Oils and Spontaneous Combustion, 431
  • Old Iron Castings, 568. See LETTERS, 619
  • Open-Hearth Process, Bertrand and Thiel Combined, 672, 696
  • Optical Exhibits at the Royal Soiree, 686
  • Ordnance. See Guns
  • Ore Crushing Mills, 791
  • Ore and Stone Crushing Machinery (Johnson, Leeds), 371
  • Osgood's Steam Navvy, 235
  • Output of Coal, 411
  • Overhead Conveyor, Lidgerwood, 271
  • Overhead Railways, 826
  • Oxidation of Carbon, 413
  • Pacific Japanese Cable, Proposed, 320
  • Packing Water-Gauge Glasses, 653
  • Paddle Engines. See Engines
  • Page Incline and Tip, 636
  • Pain, Mr. A. C., on Light Railways, 734, 763
  • Painting Metallic Structures, 6.:,0
  • Paper Friction Wheels, 135
  • Paraffin Lamp and Scale, Use of Small Mirror with, 260
  • Paris Bazaar, Fire at the, 648
  • Paris Exhibition, 3, 229, 467
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway, Mussy Viaduct, 575
  • Paris-Orleans Railway, Locomotive with Corliss Valve, 291. See LETTERS
  • "Paris," Paddle Steamer with Triple-Expansion Engines (Inglis), 571
  • Parkes, Mr. O. R., on Pneumatic Grain Elevators, 76, 797
  • Parliament and Navy, 347. See 317
  • Parsons, Hon. C. A., on Steam Turbine Ship Propulsion, 738. See 445, 608, 526, 75i. See LETTER, 555
  • Parsons, Hon. 0. A., on Turbo-Electric Generators, 745, 762
  • Parsons, Mr. R. C., on Automatic Dredging of Rivers and Bars, 774
  • Parsons' Steam Turbine, 445
  • Parsons' Steam Turbine in Torpedo-Boat, 445, 08, 526, 738, 758. See LErrilit, 555
  • Parsons' Turbo-Electric Generators, 745, 762
  • Parsons' Turbo-Generator Tests, 251
  • Partially Immersed Screw Propellers, 251
  • Passengers, Second-Class, 112. See LETTERS
  • Passengers, Transatlantic, 115
  • Patents, Indian, 321
  • Patents for Inventions, 485
  • Patent Law, United States, 579
  • Patent Record, 33, 63, 93, 123, 159, 193, 22.5, 261, 97, 329, 359, 389, 425, 459, 497, 531, 561, 595, 29, 663, 699, 731, 765, 801, 837, 868
  • Patents and Trade Marks in Japan, Protection, 2, 88
  • "Pegasus," H.M.S. (Palmers), 320
  • "Pelorus," Engines and Water-Tube Boilers of H.M.S. (Clydebank Company), 385
  • Pennsylvania Railroad. 414
  • Perception of the Difference of Phase by the Two Ears, 763
  • Periyar, Diversion of the, 137
  • Permanent Way, 218, 353
  • Permanent Way and Rails, 706, 727
  • Permeability of Crucibles, 640, 641
  • Petrifite (Building Trades), 413
  • Petroleum Engines. See Engines
  • Petroleum as Fuel for Locomotives, 738, 745
  • Petroleum Motor, Peugeot, 676
  • Peugeot Petroleum Motor, 676
  • Pfaff's Iron Curtain with Hydraulic Gear, 393
  • Phenological Observations, 252
  • Photographs, Apparatus for Measuring Stellar, Kapteyn's, 487
  • Photography of Ripples, 327
  • Photometry, 301

Physical Society :

  • Exhibition of Apparatus by Mr. Croft, 153
  • Passage of Electricity through Gases, by Mr. E. C. Baly, 153
  • Reports and Election of Officers, 260
  • On the Use of very Small Mirrors with Paraffin Lamp and Scale, by Mr. H. H. Hoffert, 260
  • The Photography of Ripples, by Mr. J. H. Vincent, 327
  • The Thermo-Electric Properties of some Liquid Metals, by Mr. Becket Burnie, 327
  • A Mechanical Cause of Homogeneity of Structure and Symmetry Geometrically Investigated, with Special Application to Crystals and to Chemical Combinations, by Mr. William Barlow, 382
  • Liquid Coherers and Mobile Conductors, by Mr. Rollo Appleyard, 453 ; Exhibition of Apparatus, 453
  • Nickel Stress Telephone, by Mr. T. A. Garrett, 20
  • Alternating Currents in Concentric Conductors, by Mr. W. A. Price, 520
  • The Effect of Capacity on Stationary Electrical Waves in Wires, by Professor W. B. Morton, 20
  • An Instrument for Comparing Thermometers with a Standard, by Mr. W. Watson, C77
  • Effect of Temperature upon the Magnetic and Electric Properties of Iron, by Mr. D. K. Morris, 677
  • Formation of Mercury Films by an Electrical Process, by Mr. Rollo Appleyard, 677
  • Perception of the Difference of Phase by the Two Ears, by Dr. Albert A. Gray, 763
  • Isothermals of Isopentane, by Mr. J. Rose Innes, 764
  • The Effect of Sea Water on Induction Telegraphy, by Mr. C. S. Whitehead, 830
  • A Definition of Focal Length and an Instrument for Determining it, by Mr. T. H. Blakesley, 830
  • A Method of Determining Magnetic Hysteresis Loss in Straight Iron Strips, by Dr. J. A. Fleming, 831
  • Pilot Steamers, Mersey (Murdoch and Murray, Port Glasgow), 48
  • Pioneer Railways, 734, 763
  • Pipes, Flow of Gas and Steam through, 361. See Erratum, 419
  • Pipes, Hydraulic Bridge over Dee at Queensferry, 828
  • Piston Valves for Locomotives, 775, 798
  • Planimeter, 686
  • Planing Machine, Double-Cutting (Buckton, Leeds), 170
  • Plate Shearing Machine (Buckton, Leeds), 74
  • Platinum Unit, The Spectrum of the, 300
  • Ploughing Tackle, Electrically Driven, 814
  • Pneumatic Gear for Gun Turrets and Rudder, 539
  • Pneumatic Grain Elevator, Duckham's, 151. See LETTERS, 776, 797
  • Pneumatic Tyres, 516
  • Pocket-Books, British, French, and Italian, 227
  • Polarimeter, The Contrast (Dimmer), 301
  • Pompeii, Mechanical Contrivances at, 149
  • Pompeiian Boilers, Ancient, 4]
  • Porosity of Crucibles, 640, 641
  • Portland Cement, 252
  • Powder, Smokeless, 180, 215, 234
  • Powder, Testing Smokeless, 451
  • Powdered Coal, Combustion of, 71
  • Power Distribution, 701
  • Power Drill and Reamer, Bradford Portable, 780
  • Power Estimates on Ocean Voyages, 485
  • Power Transmission, 710, 727, 728, 729
  • Power Transmission, Salt Lake City, 859
  • Power, Unit of, 245, 325
  • "Powerful " Trials, H.M.S., 483, 489, 492
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., on Electric Power Transmission, 727. See 710
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., on Signalling without Wires, 30
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., on Watt and the Measurement of Power, 25. See 245
  • Preller, C. S. du Riche, on Rolling Cradles for Light Railways, 366, 404
  • Presses, Cotton Baling (Rice, Leeds), 850
  • Pressure Gauge, Standardising, 267
  • Price of Armour-Plates, 148, 175
  • Prices,Determining Selling, 135
  • Privat M., on Experiments on Compound Locomotives, 828
  • Production of Coal, Consumption and Cost, 411
  • Proell Cut-off with Corliss Valve, 606. See LETTERS, 654, 690, 754, 792, 828
  • Propeller, Tolch's Reversible, 781
  • Propellers, Partially Immersed, 251
  • Propulsion, Mechanical, on Canals, 583, 501, 602, 27
  • Protection, Fire, in Europe, 810
  • Protection of Level Crossings, 161
  • Public Halls, Safety of, 618
  • Pulley, Roller Keys for (New Southgate Company, Limited), 45
  • Pulleys for Driving and for Cable, 167, 230
  • Pulsometer, Grel Valve for, 781
  • Pumps, Air (Blake Company, New York), 44, 75
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, for Docks at Newport, 543
  • Pump, Double-Acting Displacement Air, 587
  • Pump, Edwards' Air, 60
  • Pumps, Electrically Driven High-Speed, 621
  • Pumps of the " Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse," 75
  • Pumping in Mines, 712, 729
  • Punching Machine and Side Cutter, DoubleEnded (Craig and Donald), 339
  • Purification of Sewage, The Ultimate, 192, 221
  • Purification of Thames, 288
  • Purifier, Carroll Boiler Water, 23
  • Pyrocollodion Powder, Russian, 180, 215, 234
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Quadruple-Expansion One-Crank Engine (Fleming and Ferguson, Limited), 12
  • Quartz Crushing Stamp Mills, 624, 661. See LETTERS
  • Quartz and Glass Fibres, Torsion of, 267
  • Radial Drill (Niles Tool-Works, U.S.A.), 538
  • Radiation in Absolute Measure, Determinations of the, 381
  • Radiation of Absolutely Black Bodies, 301
  • Radiation of Heat from Cylinders, 31, 49
  • Radiation, Measurement of Direct, 336
  • Railroad Insulation, 355
  • Railroad, Pennsylvania, 414
  • Rails, 218, 353
  • Rails for Caledonian Railway, 667
  • Rails, Fatigue in, 265, 499, 840. See 850
  • Rails and Permanent Way, 706, 727
  • Rails, Sandberg, 156
  • Rail, United States Steel, 351
  • Railways. See also Electric Traction
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • Railway, Barsi Light, and Rolling Stock (Leeds Forge Company) 106
  • Railway Bridges. See Bridges
  • Railway, Behr Monorail, 783, 815, 849
  • Railways, Brazilian State, 684
  • Railway Carriages, Second-Class, 149, 184
  • Railway, Cheltenham and Gloucester, 321, 352
  • Railway Construction, Recent British, 290
  • Railway, Darjeeling-Himalayan, 569
  • Railway, Eastern China, 182
  • Railways, Electric, Equilibrium System of Feeding, 780
  • Railways, Electric, and Physical Institutes, 300
  • Railways. Electric Traction for Suburban, 753
  • Railway Facilities, Continental, 51
  • Railway Feud, Highland, 443, 477
  • Railway, Great Central, 290
  • Railways, Greater London, 220
  • Railways, Indian, 863
  • Railway, Jungfrau, 75
  • Railways in Korea, 214
  • Railway, Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire, 597, 67, 733, 803, 839
  • Railway Level Crossings, Protection of, 161
  • Railways, Light, 617
  • Railway, Light, Act, 264
  • Railways, Light, for the Cape, 581
  • Railways, Light Pioneer, 734, 763
  • Railways for London, 480
  • Railway from London to Far East, 649
  • Railway, Meynell's Trolley for Light (Striven, Leeds), 185
  • Railway Museum, 217
  • Railways in Natal, 543
  • Railways, Overhead, 826
  • Railway Passengers, Second-Class, 112, 149, 182
  • Railway Prospects in China, 399
  • Railway Rates for Iron and Steel, 693
  • Railway Rivalry in Scotland, 380
  • Railways, Rolling Cradles for Light, 366, 401
  • Raiiways, Scotch, 586
  • Railway, Single-Rail, 166, 196, 783
  • Railways, South American, 115
  • Railways, State v. Private, 383
  • Railway Taxes, Forth Bridge, 485
  • Railways and Telegraphs, Victorian Era, 619
  • Railway Terminal Charges, 248
  • Railway Track, Travelling of the Left-Sided Rails on, 791
  • Railway Traffic Legislation, 515
  • Railway Trains. Steam Heating, 88
  • Transiberian, Commercial and Political Value, 789
  • Railway Wheels, Machine for Drilling and Bolting (Craven, Manchester), 339
  • Rainfall in Dominica, West Indies, 677
  • Rainfall, Evaporation and Absorption, 743
  • Ramage, Mr. A. G., on Ascertaining the Stability of Ships, 475, 485
  • Ramage, Mr. A. G.. on Use of Mean Water Line in Design, 508, 527
  • Ramsbottom, The Late Mr. John, 722, 751
  • Rapier, The Late Mr. R. C., 754
  • Rapson's Slide Applied to the Steering of Large Ships, 521, 586, 619
  • Raworth's Engine, 157, 188. See LETTERS, ShortStroke Engines
  • Raworth, Mr. J. S., on Generation of Electrical Energy for Tramways, 622
  • Reamer, Bradford Portable Power Drill and, 780
  • Refractometer, Michelson's Differential, 686
  • Refrigerating Plant, Cost of Working, 41
  • Refrigeration, Liquefaction of Air by SelfIntensive, 383, 415, 486
  • Refrigeration, Mechanical, 214, 216, 247, 349, 283. See LETTERS
  • Refuse, Destruction of Town, 146
  • Refuse Destructors, 743
  • Refuse Furnace, Horsfall, 122, 146
  • Refuse, T,rades, in Rivers, 613
  • Registration and Inspection of Boilers, 327
  • Reichsanstalt. Work of the, 266, 300
  • Removing Soil by Inclines, 97, 163, 205, 235
  • Repairing Submarine Cable, 357, 387, 424
  • Reservoir, Periyar, 137
  • Reservoirs and Evaporation, 743
  • Resistance, Moment of, 41
  • Resistances, Standard, 267
  • Reversible Propeller, Tolch's, 781
  • Reynolds, Professor Osborne, on Dryness of Steam, 32
  • Rice Mortars, Mark wick's, 139
  • Rifle, United States Magazine, 138
  • Ripper Superheated Steam, 121
  • Ripples, Photography of, 327
  • River Dee, Victoria Moving Bridge, 781. See LETTER, 828
  • River Pollution by Trades Refuse, 613
  • River Reclamation, 129
  • River Training and Dredging, 774, 793
  • Rivet-Head Caulking Tool, 793
  • Road Carriage, Krieger Electric, 250
  • Road Van, Steam (Lancashire Company), 816
  • Roberts-usten, Professor, on Alloys, 197, 220, 53, 379, 412, 446, 481
  • Robinson., Mr. L. S., on Mechanical Propulsion on Canals, 583, 591, R02, 627, 832. See LETTEas, and Negative Slip, 755
  • Robinson, Mr. Mark H., on High-Speed Engines, 21
  • Robinson's Heating and Drying Apparatus, 46
  • Rock Island Bridge, New, 437, 523
  • "Rocket" Locomotive, 653, 690, 754, 791, 828
  • Rod, Engine, Fractures, 90
  • Roller Bearings, 725, 776
  • Roller Keys for Shaft Pulleys, &c. (New Southgate Company, Limited), 45
  • Roller Steamer, Bazin, 76
  • Rolling Cradles for Light Railways, 366, 404
  • Rolls, Bending (Niles Tool Works, U.S.A.), 538
  • Röntgen Rays, 685, 823
  • Roof, Stresses in, 427
  • Rotating Machinery, Want of Uniformity, 304
  • Rotterdam Theatre Iron Curtain, 461
  • Royal Agricultural Show, Manchester, 855
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, 22
  • Royal Society Soirée, 684, 823
  • Royal Yacht " Victoria and Albert," 555
  • Royal Yachts, 518
  • Russia and China, 19
  • Russia, Coal in, 825
  • Russia, Iron Industry of South, 554
  • Russia, Japan, and Korea, 722
  • Russian Pyrocollodion Powder, 180, 215, 234
  • Rustless Coatings for Iron and Steel, 104
  • Saccharimeters, 301
  • Sachs, Mr. Edwin 0., on Theatre Stages. See Theatre Stages
  • Sachs, Mr., on Fire Protection, 810
  • Safety from Fire, 331, 392, 461, 533
  • Safety of Public Halls, 618
  • Sailors and Ships, British, 516
  • St. Lawrence, Electric Power from, 722
  • Salt Feed for Water-Tube Boilers, 379
  • Salt Manufacture, 427
  • Sandberg Rails, 156
  • Sandford Water-Tube Boiler, 557
  • Saner, Mr. J. A., on Value and Scope of Canals, 71, 79e, 797
  • Sanitation, House, 743
  • Sanitation in India, 461
  • Sankey, Captain, on Decimal System, 779, 799
  • Scarborough Boiler Explosion, 418
  • Schenectady " Mastodon" Locomotive, 606
  • Schneider-Canet Combination, 319
  • Scholarships, London Technical Education Board, 51
  • School for Engineers, Seafield, Crofton, 284
  • Scotch Railways, 380, 586
  • Scotch Shipbuilding, 55, 82, 485
  • Scotland, Railway Rivalry, 380
  • Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Screw Propeller, Tolch's Reversible, 781
  • Screw' Propellers, Partially Immersed, 200, 295.
  • See LETTERS, Propellers
  • Screwing Stock, Adjustable (Winn, Birmingham), 55
  • Sea Water Effect on Induction Telegraphy, 830
  • Sea Works, Concrete in, 707, 833
  • Seafield School for Engineers, Crofton, 284
  • Seamen and Ships, British, 516
  • Seaton, Mr. A. E.. on Water-Tube Boilers in Merchant Ships, 739, 760
  • Second-Class Railway Passengers, 112. See LETTERS, 149, 182
  • Section for Tool Steel, Gamier's, 322
  • Sellers,Dr. Colenlan, on the Stevens Institute of Technology, 391
  • Selling Prices, Determining 135
  • Separating, Grinding, and 'Crushing Machinery (Johnson, Leeds), 371
  • Separating Oil from Exhaust Steam, 336
  • Sewage of London, 288
  • Sewage Purification, 192, 224, 689
  • Shade Temperatures, 105
  • Shaft Fractures, 60. See 26, 90
  • Shaft, Heavy Bronze Tail, 815
  • Shaft Key, A New, 149
  • Shafting for Cable Engines, 167
  • Shailer-Schniglau Spoil Conveyors, 433
  • Shearing 'Machine, Plate (Buckton, Leeds), 74
  • Shearing and Punching Machine (Craig and Donald), 339
  • Sheaves for Haulage Cable, 230
  • Ship Design, Use of Mean Water Line, 508, 527
  • Ship Joiners on Thames, 216
  • Ship Lines, Tables for Constructing, 461
  • Ship Model Experiments, 713
  • Ships, Prevention of Vibration in, 258. See 'Arms, 274, 415, 449
  • Ship Stability, Ascertaining, by Experiment, 475, 85
  • Ships' Stability, The Geometry of, 509, 559
  • Ships, Steering, Rapson's Slide Applied to, 521, 86, 619
  • Shipbuilding, 6, 55, 82, 109, 485
  • Shipbuilding Electrical Tools, 536, 590
  • Shipping Losses, A Year's, 413
  • Shipping and Naval Matters, .Japan, 117, 822
  • Shipping Progress, 482
  • Ship Construction, Nickel Steel, &c., 776
  • Shipwrecks, Return of, 117, 413
  • Short-Stroke Engines, 184, 218, 321, 353, 449, 486
  • Signalling through Space without Wires, 830
  • Silk Mills and Machinery in China, 275
  • Simplex System of Electric Traction, 351
  • Simpson, Mr. J. B., on Pumping in Mines, 712, 30. See 729
  • Single-Rail Railway, 166, 196, 788
  • Slip, Negative, 755
  • Small Mirrors used with Paraffin Lamp and Scale, 60
  • Smith and Eastman's Spoil Conveyor, 366
  • Smokeless Powder Testing Apparatus, Maxim's, 51
  • Snout Boring Machine (Buokton), 436
  • Social Tendencies (Looking Backward), 217
  • South African Coal, 465
  • South African Diamond Mining, 286
  • South African Harbour Works, 55
  • South African Light Railways, 581
  • South American Railways, 115
  • South Australia Water Supply, 552
  • Spanish Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Clydebank Company), 12
  • "Spanker,' H.M.S., Du Temple Water-Tube Boiler, 789
  • Specific Heat of Iron, 730
  • Spectrum of the Platinum Unit, 300
  • Speed and Direction Indicator, Fiske's Engine Telegraph and, 208
  • Spherical Catenaries, Algebraic, 229
  • Spinning, Cotton, 308
  • Spinning in Japan and China, 283
  • "Spitfire," H.M. Destroyer, Engines (Belliss), 3
  • Spoil Conveyors. See Chicago Canal
  • Spoil Wagons, 163, 205. 235, 433
  • Spontaneous Combustion, 431
  • Springs, Mounting Machinery on, 790
  • Spurwheel Breakdowns, 26. See 60, 90
  • Stability, The Geometry of, 509, 559
  • Stability of Ships, Ascertaining by Experiment, 75, 485
  • Stages. See Theatre Stages
  • Stamp Mills for Quartz Crushing, 624, 661, 791
  • Standard Resistances, 267
  • Standardising of Barometers and Pressure Gauges, 267
  • Standardising Thermometers, 267
  • "Star," Accident to H.M., Destroyer (Palmer), 16 See LETTERS
  • State v. Private Railways, 383
  • Stations on Dumbarton Railway, 839
  • Statistics, 17
  • Society of Arts :
  • Mechanical Production of Cold (Howard Lectures), by Professor James A. Ewing, 14, 247, 283, 349. See LETTERS
  • Cellulose, by Mr. C. F. Cross (Cantor Lectures), 19
  • Alloys, by Professor Roberts-Austen, 379, 412, 46, 481
  • Stead, Mr. John E., on Microscope Accessories for Metallographers, 637, 850
  • Steam Circulation for Heating Purposes, 370
  • Steam, Density of, 267
  • Steam, Determining Dryness of, 32
  • Steam Engine, Accelerity Diagram, 500, 527
  • Steam Engine Experiments, 464
  • Steam Flow through Pipes, 361. See Erratum, 19
  • Steam Heating for Railway Trains, 88
  • Steam, High-Pressure, 68
  • Steam Navvy, Bucyrus, 165
  • Steam Navvy, Osgood's, 235
  • Steam Power, Transmission, 710, 727, 723, 729
  • Steam Pressures in Jackets, 150
  • Steam Road Van (Lancashire Company), 816
  • Steam, Separation of Oil from Exhaust, 336
  • Steam, Superheated, Trials, 121
  • Steam Trials of Naval Ships, 378
  • Steam Turbine, 445
  • Steam Turbine, Parsons, in Torpedo-Boat, 508, 26, 738, 758. See LErrEa, 555
  • Steam Yacht " Mayflower " (Clydebank Company), 826
  • Steamer " Avon," Carron Company's New, 753
  • Steamer, Bazin Roller, 76
  • Steamer " Duchess of Devonshire" (Barrow), 48
  • Steamers,Mersey Pilot (Murdoch and Murray, Port Glasgow), 48
  • Steamers, Niger Stern-Wheel (Easton, Anderson, and Goolden), 340
  • Steamer, Paddle, " Paris," and Triple-Expansion Engines, 571
  • Steamer, Reconstruction of Old, 382
  • Steamship Company, Japanese, 444
  • Steamship Subsidies in Japan, 519
  • Steamship Voyages, Power Estimates, 485
  • Steel Barrels, Electrically Welded, 789
  • Steel, Bessemer Process, Early History, 41
  • Steel, Carbides in, 301
  • Steel Corrosion in Ships, 776
  • Steel, Determination of Expansion, 267
  • Steel, Fatigue, Microscopic Observations, 265, 99, 840. See 637, 850
  • Steel Freights, 695
  • Steel Furnace Charging Machinery, 640, 658, 669
  • Steel, Hard, 58
  • Steel and Iron Production in Britain, 381
  • Steel and Iron Testing, International Association, 637
  • Steel, Magnetic Tests of, 300
  • Steel, Nickel, 634, 589
  • Steel, Nickel, for Ships, 776
  • Steel Production, Hungarian, 721
  • Steel Rail Trade, United States, 351
  • Steel Reheating Furnace, 637
  • Steel, Rustless Coatings, 104
  • Steel Trade Competition, 657, 695
  • Steelmaking, Bertrand and Thiel Process Combined, 672, 696
  • Steelmaking Crucibles, Porosity of, 640, 641
  • Steelmaking in Japan, 58, 652
  • Steering of Large Ships, Rapson's Slide Applied to the, 521, 586, 619
  • Steering by Pneumatic Pressure, 539
  • Stellar Photographs, Apparatus for Measuring, Kapteyn's, 487
  • Stereoscope v. Gyrostat, 58. See also Technical Education
  • Stern-Wheel Steamers, Niger (Easton, Anderson, and Goolden), 340
  • Stevens Battery, 417
  • Stevens Institute of Technology, 391
  • Stock, Adjustable Screwing (Winn, Birmingham), 55
  • Stop Valve, Boiler and Engine, 454
  • Storage of Dynamite, 585
  • Storz Hose Coupling, 533
  • Stoves for Blast-Furnaces, Kennedy-Cowper, 538
  • Strain on Metals, Changes Due to, 468
  • Streams, Uniform Flow of Water in, 21
  • Stresses on Framed Structures, 427
  • Stresses and Loads on Bridges, Standardising, 71, 795
  • Submarine Cable Laying, &c., 227
  • Submarine Cable Repairing, 357, 387, 424
  • Submarine, Japanese,Pacific Cable, 320
  • Submarine Telegraphy, 113, 247, 555
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 519
  • Subsidies, Steamship, in Japan, 519
  • Substances Liable to Spontaneous Combustion, 31
  • Subterranean Rivers, 357, 387, 424
  • Subway, Glasgow. See Cable Traction, &c.
  • Subways for London, 480
  • Suction Elevator for Grain, Duckhanes, 151.
  • See LwrrEas
  • Sulphate of Ammonia, 217
  • Sulphate of Ammonia for Agriculture, 698
  • Sunspots and the Weather, 543
  • Superheated Steam Engine Trials, 121
  • Surface Condenser for Electric Light Engines (W. H. Allen and Co.), 341
  • Swedish Rails, 156
  • Swinburne, Mr. James, on Generating Plant
  • Mounted on Springs, 743, 762. See LETTERS
  • Swing Bridge, Rock Island, 437, 523
  • Swing Bridge, for Railway at Bowling, 733, 803
  • Swintoi, Mr., and the X Rays, 685, 823
  • "Swordfish," H.M. Destroyer, Engines (Belliss), 3
  • Synchronograph, 690
  • Tail Shaft, Heavy Bronze, 815
  • Taxes, Forth Bridge, 485
  • Technical Education, 10, 58, 75, 111, 118, 150, 182 83, 217
  • Technical Education Exhibition, 753
  • Technical Education in Germany, 212
  • Technical Education in Japan, 285
  • Technical Scholarships, London, 651
  • Technology, Higher Training in, 111
  • Technology, Stevens Institute of, 391.
  • Tees Shipbuilding, 782, 485
  • Telegraph Enterprise, Submarine, 519
  • Telegraph, Fiske's Engine, and Speed and Direction Indicator, 206
  • Telegraphs and Railways, Victorian Era, 619
  • Telegraphing through Space without Wires 830
  • Telegraphy, Induction, Sea Water Effect on, 30
  • Telegraphy Submarine, 113, 247. See LETTER, 55
  • Telegraphy, United States Transatlantic, 447
  • Telegraphy, United States, 22
  • Telephones in Germany, 116
  • Telephone, Nickel Stress, 520
  • Telescope, 0-In. Equatorial, Chamberlin Observatory, 702
  • Temperature Effect on Magnetic and Electric Qualities of Iron,677'
  • Temperatures in ritain. Monthly, 677
  • Temperatures, High and Low, Measurement, 267
  • Temperatures, Shade, 105
  • Tension Gear for Cable Haulage, 167
  • Terminal Charges, Railway, 248
  • "Terrible," Trials of H.M.S., 83, 109. See LETTERS, 483, 489, 492
  • "Terror," Spanish Destroyer (Clydebank Co.), 12
  • "Terror," United States Steamer, with Pneumatic Gear for Gun Turrets, &c., 539
  • Testing Apparatus for Smokeless Powder, Maxim's, 451
  • Testing Cement, 618
  • Testing Iron and Steel, International Association, 637
  • Testing, Mechanical, 302
  • Testing, Work of the Reichsanstalt, 266, 300
  • Tests of Cast Iron, 187
  • Tests, Magnetic, of Iron and Steel, 300
  • Tests for Marine Barometers, 824
  • Thames-Built Battleships, 341, 436
  • Thames to Forth by Steamship, 753
  • Thames, Purification of, 288
  • Thames Ship Joiners, 216
  • Thames Shipbuilding, 9, 82
  • Thames Tunnel, 530
  • Theatre Hinges, Modern : 5, 127, 201, 267, 331, 392, 461, 533, 767
  • Amsterdam Theatre, Iron Curtain, 461
  • Asbestos Curtains, 331, 392. See 461, 533
  • Berlin Court Theatre, 35
  • Berlin Theatre Stages, 127
  • Brandt Stages, 35, 127
  • Clark's Iron Curtain with Hydraulic Gear at Lyric Theatre, 393
  • Copenhagen Royal Theatre Fire Engine Stations, 533
  • Court Theatre at Berlin, 35
  • Electric Turntable Stage, Munich, 267
  • Essen Theatre Stage, 127
  • Fire Engine Stations, Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, 533
  • Fire-Resisting Curtains, 331, 392, 461, 533
  • Fire, Safety from, 331, 392, 461, 533
  • Hofburg Theatre, Vienna, Iron Curtain, 461
  • Hose Coupling, Storz, 533
  • Hose-Holder, Moorman, 533
  • Iron Curtains, 331, 392, 461, 533
  • London Theatres and Iron Curtains, 461
  • Moorman Hose-Holder, 533
  • Munich Electric Turntable Stage, 201, 267
  • Pfaff's Iron Curtain with Hydraulic Gear, 393
  • Rotterdam Theatre, Iron Curtain, 461
  • Safety from Fire, 331, 392, 461, 533
  • Storz Hose Coupling, 533
  • Turntable Stage, Munich Electric, 201, 267
  • Wiesbaden Theatre Stage, 127
  • Theft of Micrometers, &c., 619
  • Thermo - Electric Properties of Some Liquid Metals, 327
  • Thermal Conductivity of Sheet Copper, 31. 49
  • Thermometers Compared with Standards (Instrument for), 677
  • Thermometers, Standardising, 267
  • Thermoscope, A Simple, 521
  • Thiel and Bertrand Open-Hearth Processes Combined, 672, 696
  • Thudichum, Mr. George, on Sewage Purification, 102, 224
  • Tin Mines in Cornwall, Deep, 712
  • Tinplates, 695
  • Tipping Machinery, 636
  • Tipping Wagons, Spoil, 205, 235
  • Titan Crane for Breakwaters, 320
  • Titan Crane, 40-Ton, Stothert and Pitt, 642
  • Tolch's Reversible Propeller, 781
  • Tool Steel, Garnier's Section for, 322
  • Toothed Wheels, Bevel and Worm, 403, 438, 619
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boats and Battleships, 785
  • Torsion of Quartz and Glass Fibres, 267
  • Toulon Yard and Private Firms, 250
  • Traction. See Electric Traction and also Cable Traction
  • Traction Accumulator, 485
  • Traction, Electric, Exhibits at Brussels Exhibition, 824
  • Traction, Electric, for Railways, 753
  • Traction, Simplex System of Electric, 351
  • Traction on Tramways, Gas, 286
  • Trade Competition, 844
  • Trade Marks in Japan, Protection of, 22, 88
  • Trades Refuse in Rivers, 613
  • Trade Returns, 82
  • Trade Unions and Employers, 549
  • Trades Unions and H.M. Dockyards, 143
  • Trade Unions and Machinery, 315
  • Traffic Legislation, 515
  • Training and Dredging Rivers, 774, 795
  • Trains, Steam Heating, 88
  • "Tram," Origin of Word, 118
  • Tramcar Starter, 721
  • Tramways. See Electric Traction
  • Tramways, Gas Traction, 286
  • Tramways, Generation of Electrical Energy, 622
  • Tramways for Glasgow, Electric, 652
  • Tramway Traction Electric Accumulator, 485
  • Tramway Traction, Gas, 720
  • Transatlantic Passages, 115
  • Transatlantic Telegraphy, U.S., 447
  • Transiberian Railway, Commercial and Political Value, 789
  • Transmission of Heat through Metallic Plates, 31, 9
  • Transmission of Power, 710, 727, 728, 729
  • Treatment of Night Soil, 689
  • Trial Reports, Uniformity in Engine, 738
  • Trials of H.M.S. " Terrible," 83,109. See LETTERS, Terrible," &c.
  • Trials of Naval Ships, 378
  • Tricycles. See Cycles
  • Triple-Expansion. See Engine
  • Trolley for Light Railways, Meynell's (Scriven, Leeds), 185
  • Truss Conveyors, 366
  • Trusts in Japan, 551
  • Tubes, Aluminium-Bronze Seamless, 136
  • Tubes, Boiler. See Water-Tube Boilers
  • Tubing, Bayonet Catch Joint for Metal, 557
  • Tubular and Water-Tube Boilers, Lyall's, 608
  • Tunnel, Blackwall, 530
  • Tunnel, Gravehals, 554
  • Tunnels, Laying out Helicoidal, 11
  • Tunnelling, 597, 667, 839
  • Tunnelling under Cheshire Lines Committee Railway, 719
  • Turbine for Electric Power, Bellegarde, 633, 701
  • Turbine, Parsons' Steam, in Torpedo-Boat, 508, 26, 738. 758. See LETTER, 555
  • Turbine, Steam, 445
  • Turbine, Steam, Parsons on, 788. See 508, 626, 58
  • "Turbinia," Torpedo-Boat, with Steam Turbine, 08, 526, 738, 758. See LETTER
  • Turbo-Electric Generators, 251, 745, 762
  • Turbo-Generator, Parsons', 251
  • Turntable Stage, Munich Electric, 201, 267
  • Turrets, Gun, Worked by Pneumatic Pressure, 39
  • Twin-Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Tyne Improvement (The Late Mr. P. J. Messent), 19
  • Tyne Shipbuilding, 6, 82, 485
  • Type-Setting Machinery, 858
  • Tyres, Pneumatic, 510
  • Uggla, Mr. A. L., on Sandberg Rails, 156
  • Underground Water, Law and Allocation of, 835
  • Underpinning Bridges and Buildings, 697, 667, 39
  • Unit of Power, 245, 826
  • United States Telegraphy, 22
  • " Universal" Engine and Inductor Alternator (Brush Company), 157, 188
  • United States Armour-Plates, Price, 148, 175
  • United States Battleship " Alabama," 402
  • United States Competition in Steel Trade, 657, 95
  • United States Electrolytic Copper Refining, 690
  • United States and the Far East, 552
  • United States Enterprise in Mexico, 518
  • United States Machine Tools (Niles Tool Works), 38
  • United States Magazine Rifle, 138
  • United States Naval Engineering, 54
  • United States Opinions of Japanese Industry, 113
  • United States Patent Law, 579
  • United States Steel Rail Trade, 351
  • United States Transatlantic Telegraphy, 447
  • United States Yachts, 826
  • United States Steamer " Terror," with Pneumatic Gear for Gun Turrets, &e., 539
  • Upton Tension Gear for Cable Haulage, 167
  • Valve, Boiler and Engine Stop, 454
  • Valve, Corliss, Proell Cut-off, with, 600. See LETTERS
  • Valves, Feed Check, and Blow-off Cocks (Easton, Anderson, and Goolden, Limited), 25; 45
  • Valve and Gear Breakdowns, 26. See 60, 90
  • Valve, Grel, 781
  • Valves, Piston, on Locomotives, 776, 798
  • Van, Steam Road (Lancashire Company), 816
  • Ventilation, Chimney v. Fan, 369
  • Ventilator Fans, 604
  • Viaduct, Mussy, Paris, Lyons, &c., Railway, 575
  • Viaducts for Railway, 733, 803, 839
  • Vibration of Machinery, 743, 762
  • Vibration in Ships, Prevention, 258. See LETTERS
  • Vibration in Ships, Prevention of, 274, 415, 449
  • Victor Excavator, 668
  • Victoria Bridge over River Dee, 781. Lee LETTERS, 28
  • Victorian Era Exhibition, 719
  • Vivian Hydraulic Dredge, 770
  • Wages and Capital, 81
  • Wages in Engineering Trade, 549
  • Wages and Labour Cost of Iron and Steel, 695
  • Wagons, Dump, 164
  • Wagons, Rolling Cradles for Light Railways, 366, 04
  • Wagons, Spoil Tipping, 205, 235
  • Walker, Mr. G. W., on Ventilator Fans, 604
  • Walker-Weston Clutch, 167
  • Wallach's Safety Boiler Gauge, 119
  • Warships
  • British Older Ironclads, Fighting Value if Re-armed, 604, 625
  • French Ships " Jaureguiberry " and " Carnot," 50
  • H.M. Battleship "Jupiter," Steaming Trials (Clydebank), 351
  • H.M. Battleships v. Destroyers, 785
  • H.M. Cruiser Isis" (London and Glasgow Company), 321
  • H.M. Cruiser " Niobe " (Barrow), 277, 309
  • H.M. Cruiser " Pelorus " (Clydebank Company), 385
  • II. M. Cruiser " Terrible " Trials (Thomson,
  • Clydebank), 83, 109, 483, 489, 492. See LETTERS, " Terrible," &e.
  • H.M. Destroyer " Star," Accident to (Palmer), 16. See LETTERS
  • H.M. Destroyers v. Battleships, 785
  • H.M. Destroyers " Flying Fish," " Star," and " Whiting"(Palmer), 320
  • H.M. Gunboat " Spanker," Du Temple WaterTube Boiler, 789
  • H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyers " Swordfish " and " Spitfire" Engines (Belliss), 73
  • H.M.S. " Powerful's ' Trials, 483, 489, 492
  • Japanese Battleship " Fuji," 341. See also Ya8hima "
  • Japanese Battleship (New),Thames Iron Works, 36
  • Japanese Battleship " Yashima " (Armstrong, Elswick), 170. See 341
  • Japanese Battleship " Yashima," Machinery Humphrys, Tennant, and Co.), 239, 277. See 341
  • Launching Warships, 277, 309
  • Pocket-Books, British, French, and Italian Naval, 227
  • Spanish Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Thomson, Limited, Clydebank), 13
  • Stevens Battery, 417
  • Thames-Built Battleships, 341, 436
  • Torpedo-Boat " Turbinia," with Parsons' Turbine, 508, 526, 555, 738, 758
  • U.S. Battleship " Alabama," 402
  • U.S.S. " Terror " with Pneumatic Gear for Gun Turrets, &c., 539
  • Water-Tube Boilers in British Navy, 483, 489, 92
  • Washing Bituminous Coal (Luhrig), 103
  • Waste, Burning Coke, 447
  • Water Diviner, 746
  • Water, Electric Power, Bellegarde, 633, 701
  • Water, Electric Power from St. Lawrence, 722
  • Water Gas, Carburetted, 742, 761
  • Water-Gauge Glasses, Hints for Packing, 653
  • Water Gauge, Wallach's, 119
  • Water, Law and Allocation of Underground, 35
  • Water Line in Design, Use of, 508, 627
  • Water Meter, Bernay's,721
  • Water Power, Salt Lak City, 859
  • Water Purifier, Carroll Boiler, 23
  • Water Supply, Bacteriology of, 742
  • Water Supply, London, 249, 377
  • Water Supply in South Australia, 552
  • Water-Tube Boilers, 263. See LETTERS, Niclau8se Boiler
  • Water-Tube Boilers, 11, 75, 118, 148, 150, 251, 252, 75, 352, 483, 489, 492
  • Water-Tube Boilers in British Navy, 483, 489, 92
  • Water-Tube Boiler Circulation, 653, 754
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Circulation, Dr. Elliott on, 64
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Clyde (Fleming and Ferguson, Limited), 12
  • Water-Tube Boilers and Engines of H.M.S. "Pelorus " (Clydebank Company), 385
  • Water-Tube Boilers, " Spanker," Du Temple, 789
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Lyall's TuLular and, ( 08
  • Water-Tube Boilers in Merchant Ships, 739, 760
  • Water-Tube Boilers for Naval Ships, 378
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Niclausse, 352
  • Water-Tube Boilers, Salt Feed for, 379
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Sandford, 557
  • Water-Tube Boiler Trials in H.M.S. " Terrible, 3, 109. See LErms, " Terrible," cPc.
  • Water Works, Kobe 859
  • Watt, James, Dinner at Glasgow, 148
  • Watt and the Measurement of Power, 325. See 45
  • Wear Shipbuilding, 7, 82, 109, 485
  • Weardale Furnace, 637, 863
  • Weather, 64, 114, 179, 350, 481, 617, 787
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., on Permanent Way, 707, 727
  • Webster's Steam Heating Apparatus, 370
  • Weighing and Recording Machine, Ingrey's Coal, 73
  • Welded Steel Barrels, Electrically, 789
  • Welin Breech Screw for Ordnance, 755
  • Wells, Mr. L. B., on Value and Scope of Canals, 71, 790, 797
  • Welsh Coal, 466
  • West, Mr., on Materials for Shipbuilding, 776
  • West, Mr. Thomas D., on Tests of Cast Iron, 87
  • West, Mr. Thomas D., on Regulating Foundry Mixtures, 328
  • West Riding Rivers, Trades Refuse, 613
  • Wheels, Cutting Bevel Gear, 70, 403, 438, 619
  • Wheels, Machine Moulding, 65, 125, 195, 333, 395, 29, 563, 631, 768
  • Wheels, Paper, Friction, 135
  • Wheels, Railway, Machine for Drilling and Bolting (Craven, Manchester), 339
  • Wheels, Worm, 403, 438, 619
  • Whittaker's Wheel-Moulding Machine, 396
  • Wiesbaden Theatre Stage, 127
  • William Sooy Smith Dredger, 752
  • Wimshurst Influence Machine, 683
  • Winch for Brown Conveyor, 299
  • Wire, Changes due to Strain on Copper, 469
  • Witham and Welland River Reclamation, 129
  • Woodall, Mr. Corbet, on Carburetted Water Gas, 742, 761
  • Woodhead, Dr. G. S., on Bacteriology, 416, 454, 29
  • Wool and Spontaneous Combustion, 431
  • Works :
  • Anaconda Copper Relining Works, 24
  • Works Department of County Council, 479, 717
  • Works Management, 845
  • Worm and Bevel Gear, 403, 438, 619
  • Worm Gears, Machine Cutting of Accurate Bevel and, 619
  • Worthington Meter, Calibrating a, 71
  • Wrecks, Return of Ship-, 117
  • X-Rays, 685, 823
  • Yacht " Mayflower" (Clydebank CompahA 826
  • Yacht, A Modern Steam, 826
  • Yacht (Royal) " Victoria and Albert," 565
  • Yachting Exhibition, 180, 687
  • Yachting and Fisheries Exhibition, 260
  • Yachts, Royal, 518
  • Yachts, Small, 842
  • Yarrow Boilers, Salt Feed for, 379
  • " Yashima," Japanese Battleship (Armstrong, Elswick), 170, 239, 277. See 341
  • Year-Books and Annuals, 181
  • Year's Weather, 114
  • Yokohama Chamber of Commerce, 750
  • Zinc, Pure, 301, 302

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