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Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.
Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: General Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1899 Jan-Jun: Index

  • ACCELERATION of Electric Locomotives, 682
  • Accident on the London and North-Western Railway at Penmaenmawr, 77
  • Acetylene. See also Calcium. Carbide
  • Acetylene, 335. See LETTERS
  • Acetylene Exhibits at the Article Club Show, 23
  • Acetylene Generators, 287
  • Acetylene and Railway Car Lighting, 391
  • Acoustics and Optics, 170
  • Aerial Cablewa3- across the Thames at Vauxhall, 2
  • Aerial Ropeway at Cement Works, Northfleet, 44
  • Aestheticism in Bridge Design, 487, 688, 785
  • African. See also South Africa, 865
  • Agreement in China, Anglo-Russian, 620

Agricultural Show at Maidstone, Royal:

  • Cream Separators, 835
  • Dairy, 8_5
  • Engines, 820
  • Foreign Representation, 823
  • Gas Engines, 820
  • Hop-Washing Machines, 822
  • Implements, 821
  • Implements Entered, 819
  • Miscellaneous Exhibits, 822
  • Oil Engines, 820
  • Aide-Memoire de L'Officier de Marine, 314
  • Air, Compressed. See Compressed Air
  • Air Fallacy, Liquid, 599
  • Air Pumps, Electrically-Driven (Allen, Bedford), 12
  • "Akebono" Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Yarrow), 47
  • Aldridge, Mr. J. G. W., on Electric Power and Lighting Plant for Harbours, 159
  • Allen and Barker's Gas and Oil Engines, 209
  • Allen, The Late Mr. Harry, 283
  • Alloys, 205, 210, 259, 294
  • Alloys of Gold, Microscopic Structures, 87, 146, 54
  • Alloys of Iron and Nickel, 462
  • Alloys of Nickel and Aluminium, Disintegration of, 508
  • Aluminium-Nickel Alloy, Disintegration, 508
  • Amendment of Companies' Act, 103
  • America. See also United States American C.mpetition, 256
  • American and English Workshop Management, 87
  • American Locomotives, 423, 461, 513. See also 4, 177, 688, 705, 785
  • American-Spanish War, 492, 852
  • American Trade Index, 108
  • Amperemeter and Voltmeter, 230
  • "Amphitrite's" Trials and Auxiliary Engine Consumption, 389, 991, 522, 524. See 556, 5..7, 45
  • Ancient Architecture, 666
  • Anemoscope, Self-Recording, 821
  • Anglo-Russian Agreement in China, 620
  • Anglo-Russian Trade Relations, 650
  • Annuals, 30, 100, 344, 448
  • Appleton, Mr. Joseph, on Storage Batteries, 194
  • Arabia and Persian Gulf Trade. 337
  • Arc, Hissing of the Electric, 423, 818
  • Arched Bridges, Large-Span, 540, 578, 633, 700. See LETTER, 656
  • Architectural Side of Engineering, 654. See 487, 88, 785
  • Architecture (History), 666
  • Argentine Railways, 529
  • "Argonaut's" Steam Trial and Jacketing, 388, 91, 432. See LETTER, 487
  • "Ariadne," Steam Trials of II.M.S. (Clydebank), 85
  • Arizona Copper Mine, 477
  • Armour-Plate Manufacture, 554
  • Armour-Plate Tests (Brawn, Sheffield), 47
  • Armoured Cruisers. Se2 Warships
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Armour-Plate Manufacture, 554
  • Art Castings, 478
  • Art Printing Machinery, 365
  • Article Club E'.hibition, 154, 714, 823
  • Artillery. See Guns and Schneider
  • "Asama," Japanese Armoured Cruiser(Elswick), 77
  • Ashley's Deep Well Pumps at Brighton (Glenfield Company), 140
  • Atbara River Bridge, 729, 769, 836. See LETTER. 68
  • Atlantic and Indian Cable, First, 273
  • Atlantic Liner, Passengers, 151
  • Atmosphere, Circulation of, 220, 526
  • Atmospheric Circulation, Vertical, 526
  • Australasian Railways,Cost of, 251
  • Austrian Engineers and Architects, 713
  • Automatic Railway Couplings, 123, 323, 356, 645
  • Automatic Stoker (Ransome and Rapier's), 677
  • Automobile Club Show at Richmond, 782, 823. See LETTERS, 824, 88
  • Automobiles. See also Cars, Motors
  • Automotor and Horseless Vehicle Pocket-Book of Automotive Forinula3 and Commercial Intelligence for 1899, 108
  • Auxiliary Engines, Coal Consumption of, 389 91, 522, 524, 745. See 556, 557
  • Ayrton, Professor W. E., on Some Non Integrating Electric Meters, 757, 768
  • Babcock, Mr. W. J., on Portable Pneumatic Riveters for Shipbuilders, 441
  • Bacterial Treatment of Sewage Sludge, 765, 795
  • Balancing Engines, 444, 530, 561, 695. See LETTERS
  • Baldwin Compound Locomotive for Lehigh Valley Railroad, 705
  • Ballasting of Steamships, 690
  • Barking Boiler Explosion, 85, 174, 361. See LETTERS
  • Barometer Readings in London, 824
  • Barrow-in-Furness Shipbuilding, 60
  • Barton, Boiler Explosion at, 262
  • Batteries, Storeage, 191
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Beehive Ovens, Coking in, 478
  • Beet Sugar Chemistry, 169
  • Belfast, Shipbuilding in, 60
  • Belgian Locomotive, 144
  • Belleville Boilers of the French Steamer " Laos," 44. See also Water-Tube Boiler
  • Belt Tension with Variations, Power Transmitted, 7
  • Bending, Punching, and Shearing Machine (S Driven), 707
  • Bengal, Mica Mining in, 293
  • Bessemer Process, Hot Blast in the, 604
  • Bicycles. See Cycles
  • Biles, Professor J. H., on Merchant Steamers as War Vessels, 741, 757
  • Birmingham University, 684
  • Blast-Furnaces and Coke-Oven Gases, 608, 865
  • Blast-Furnace Steel. 610
  • Blast-Furnaces, United States, 3, 65
  • Block-Setting Titan Cranes, 88, 121
  • Blooming Mill in United States Steel Works, 65
  • Blowing Engines, Compound (Sir C. Furness, Westgarth, and Co.), 11
  • Blowing Engines (Davy Brothers), 317
  • Blyth Shipbuilding, S7
  • Boiler Explosion, Barking, 85, 174, 361. See LETTERS
  • Boiler Explosion at Barton, 262
  • Boiler Explosion at Eccles, 92
  • Boiler Explosion at Middlesbrough, 529
  • Boiler Explosion near Stroud, 686
  • Boiler Explosion at Trowbridge, 21
  • Boiler Explosion at Wigan, 228
  • Boiler Explosions, 19, 441, 851
  • Boiler-Flue Drilling Machine (Victor Coates and Co., Bellow), 110
  • Boiler-Scaling Hammer and Firebar Inserter (Brown's), 527
  • Boiler Tube Stopper, 719
  • Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boilers
  • Boilers, Belleville, of the French Steamer "Laos," 544
  • Boilers, Cylindrical v. Water-Tube. See WaterTube, &c., Boilers
  • Boilers, Insurance, 643
  • Boilers and Settings, 40
  • Boilers, Strength of, 441, 851
  • Book-Printing Machinery, 208, 327, 365, 414
  • Books Received, 37, 139, 170, 235, 273, 438, 536, 71, 670
  • Boring Machine, Four-Spindle Electric Railway Motor, 157
  • Boult, Mr. W. S., on Fog-Signalling, 735, 863
  • Bounties, France, Shipping, 853
  • Bounties, Japan Shipping, 712
  • Brass Furnaces, Gas Heating for, 324, 357, 391
  • Breakwaters, Waves and their Effect on, 761, 789, 90
  • Breaking of Chilled Rolls, 297, 332. See LETTERS
  • Breech Mechanism of Quick Firing Guns (Schneider), 509, 575, 610, 635, 671, 700, 731, 811
  • Breech Mechanism, Vickers' Gun, 76
  • Brett, Mr. E. S., on Forging Machines, 740, 863
  • Bridge, Atbara River, 729, 769, 836. See LETTERS, 58
  • Bridge Construction, Cableway for Vauxhall, 62
  • Bridge Design, 'Esthetics, 487, 688, 785
  • Bridge Design Pocket-Book, 138
  • Bridge over Niagara River, 540, 678, 633, 700. See LETTERS, 656
  • Bridge, Swing, over Harlem River, 256
  • Bridges (Great Central Railway), 337, 479
  • Bridges, Large-Span Arched, 540, 578, 663, 700. See Lrarnuts, 656
  • Bridges on the Metropolitan Section (Great Central Railway), 337, 479
  • Bright, Mr. Charles, on Submarine Survey, 35, 01, 167, 451
  • Bright and Submarine Telegraphy, 272
  • "British Journal Photographic Album and Daily Companion," 108
  • British Navy Estimates, 351, 385. See LErrEas, Water-Tube, &c., Boilers
  • British Shipping Balance-Sheet, 286
  • British v. United States Locomotives, 688, 785
  • British v. United States Machine Tools, 800, 827
  • British Warship Storekeeping and Engineers' Complements, 681
  • British Warships. See Warships
  • British Warships Ordered, 83
  • British Workmen and Trade, 117, 126
  • Bronze Guns (Schneider), 133
  • Brown's Armour-Plates, Tests of, 47
  • Brown's Boiler Scaling Hammer and Firebar Inserter, 527
  • Bruhn, Mr. J., on Structural Stability of Ships, 05, 429
  • Brussels Electrical Exhibition, 287
  • Bucknill, Colonel J. T., on Powder Magazine Explosions, 655. See LETTERS
  • Buenos Ayres Harbour Works, 515
  • Buffer and Draught Gear, White and Burke's Railway, 123
  • Builders' Price Book, 344
  • Building Atbara Bridge, 836
  • Building of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 631
  • Building Materials Tested for Fire Resistance, 41, 187, 517, 707, 777, 864
  • Building Trades Exbibition, 554, 589
  • Buildings. See also Great Central Railway
  • Buildings, Heating by Steam, 357
  • Buildings, Mechanics in Modern, 67
  • Bunsen Cells, Modified, 119
  • Burls, G. A., on Graphical Treatment of the Problem of Rough Inclined Plane, 499
  • Burma and China Railway, 457
  • Burma Railway Surveying, 390
  • Bursting of Cast-Iron Flywheels, 10
  • By-Product Coke Oven, 802, 829
  • By-Products, Recovery of, 18
  • Cab Approach to Marylebone Station (Great
  • Central Railway), 341
  • Cab, Krieger Electric, 84
  • Cabs in Paris, Electric, 233, 269
  • Cable Company, Submarine, 120, 561
  • Cable, Submarine Survey, 35, 101, 167. See 451
  • Cables, First Atlantic and India, 272
  • Cableway, Aerial, at Cement Works, Northfleet, 44
  • Cableway Across the Thames at Vauxhall, 62
  • Calcium. See also Acetylene
  • Calcium Carbide Patents, 625
  • Calcium Carbide, Properties of, 335. See LETTERS Acetylene
  • Calculated Indicated Horse-Power, 690
  • Calculating Cross Curves of Stability, 499
  • Calendars, 30, 108, 143
  • Callendar's Recorder and Platinum Thermometer, 675
  • Calorific Power of Weathered Coal, 67
  • Campbell, Mr. E. D., on the Diffusion of Sulphides through Steel, 128
  • Canada Canal Lift, A Large, 622
  • Canal, from the Great Lakes to St. Lawrence, 04, 134
  • Canal Lift in Canada, A Large, 622
  • Canal, Nicaragua, 200
  • Canals in Russia, 37, 99, 170, 267, 371, 638, 727
  • Canet-Scheider, Artillery. See Schneider and Co.'s Works
  • Car, Motor, Water-Tube Boiler for (Toward, Newcastle), 497
  • Car, Motor, Industry, 108, 779
  • Cars, Electric, in Paris, 233, 269
  • Cars, Motor, 740, 766 See LnrrErt,785
  • Cars, Motor, Exhibition at Richmond, 782, 823. See LETTERS, 824, 858
  • Cars, Motor, Liverpool Trials, 37
  • Cars, Motor, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 820
  • Carbide Patent Litigation, 525
  • Cargo Steamers, 763, 793
  • Carnegie Steel Trust, 622
  • Carpenter, Mr. C. C., on Labour-Saving Appliances in Gas Works, 810, 832
  • Carpentry in Schools, 36
  • Carriage Motor, 513. See also Cars, Motor
  • Carriage Shed at Marylebone (Great Central Railway), 439. See _Erratum, 558
  • Carriage Sheds at Neasden (Great Central Railway), 674
  • Carriage Tyres, India-Rubber, 457
  • Carriage Window, Hill's Railway, 393
  • Carriages, Electrical Motor,513
  • Case System of Groynes, 10
  • Cast-Iron Flywheels, Bursting of, 10
  • Cast-Iron Melting Point, 330
  • Cast Iron and Steel, 609
  • Cast-Iron Test-Bars, 545
  • Casting Temperature of Steel, 805, 830
  • Castings, Art, 478
  • Caulking by Machinery, 806, 831
  • Cell (Clark), The Minor Variations of a, 470
  • Cells, Modified Bunsen, 119
  • Central London Railway, Passenger Hoists, 273, C6
  • Chambering 24-Centimetre Gun, 203
  • Channel Steamers, 740, 756
  • Charcoal, Spontaneous Ignition of, 153
  • Chemical By-Products, Recovery of, 18
  • Chemistry of Beet Sugar, 169
  • Chicago, Heavy Railway Work in, 219
  • Childe, Mr. H. S., on Tools for Mining, 792, S05. See 830
  • Chili, Mineral Resources, 855
  • Chilled Rolls, and Why They Break, 297, 332. See LETTERS
  • China Affairs, 420
  • China, Anglo-Russian Agreement in, 620
  • China and Burma Railway, 457
  • China Cotton Industry, 855
  • China, Kiao-Chou Development, 423
  • China, Shanghai Progress, 320
  • China, Effects of Development of, 390
  • China Mining and Railway Companies, 152
  • China Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Schichau), 108
  • China, Trade in 1898,716
  • Chinese Imperial Railway Loan, 219
  • Chinese Iron Production, 746
  • Chinese Railways, 781
  • Chlorate of Potash, 683
  • Chromite in North Carolina, 509
  • Chronicle and D rectory for China, Japan, and other Eastern Countries, 448
  • Chuck, Positive Driving Drill, 230
  • Chucking Machine (Automatic) for Steam-Cock Shells (Pratt and Whitney, Hartford, Conn.),19.9
  • Circular-Saw Guard at Crewe Works, 463
  • Circular-Saw Guard (Glover), 291. See Erratum, 16
  • Circular-Saw Guard (Scott), 25
  • Circulation, Atmospheric, 220, 526
  • Cito and Funck's Rail Lifter, 859
  • City of London Directory for 1899, 448
  • City and Southwark Subway Locomotives, 682

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • The Effects of Wear upon Steel Rails, by Mr. William G. Kirkaldy, 87
  • On the Micro-Photography of Steel Rails, by Sir William Roberts-Austen, 87
  • High-Speed Engines, by Mr. J. H. Dales, 96
  • The Water Works of the Madras Presidency, by Mr. John A. Jones, 175
  • Lake Superior Iron Ore Mines and their Influence upon the Production of Iron and Steel, by Messrs. Jeremiah Head and A. P. Head, 221
  • Improvements in Dioptric Apparatus for Lighthouses, by Mr. W. T. Douglass and Mr. J. A. Purves,278
  • Water-Tube Boilers for Marine Engines, by Mr. J. T. Milton, 311
  • Machinery of Warships, by Sir A. J. Durston, K.C.B., and Mr. H. J. Oram, 311
  • Alloys of Iron and Nickel, by Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 462
  • Buenos Ayres Harbour Works, by Mr. T. M. Dobson, 515
  • James Forrest Lecture, Magnetism, by Professor T. A. Ewing, 563, 627
  • Premiums, 549
  • Office Bearers, 549

Civil Engineers. Institution of, International Conference:

  • 654, 732, 761, 799
  • Opening Address by the President (Sir W. H.
  • Preece, K.C.B.), 732, 748
  • Section I.—Railways.
  • What is a Light Railway, and what °intimstances should Govern the Gauge? by Mt'. A. C. Pain, 733, 753
  • Mountain Railways, by Mr. C. A. W. Pownall, 33, 753
  • The Advantages or Disadvantages of Uniting the Lock-and-Block Signalling Appliances of Railways, by Mr. A. Ross, 733, 753
  • The Various Systems of Fog-Signalling, by Mr. Wilfrid S. Boult, 735, 863
  • The Most Expeditious Method of Relaying the Railways of this Country, involving Least Interruption of Traffic, having Regard to Safety and Economy, by Mr. Harry Footner, 99, 828
  • Causes of Earth-Slips in the Slopes of Cuttings and Embankments of Railways, and How to Prevent or Remedy, by Mr. R. Elliott Cooper, 799, 826
  • Economy in Handling and Transport of Minerals, by Mr. Charles Forman, 803, 827
  • Section II.-Harbours, Docks, and Canals, (C,c.
  • Recent Improvements in Facilitating the Discharge and Loading of Large Steamers, and the Best Form of Warehouses, by Mr. W. Henry Hunter, 736, 754, 773
  • The Length, Width, and Depth, and Shape and Mode of Construction of Locks, Entrances, and Graving Docks, having Regard to the Increasing Sizes and Shapes of Vessels, by Mr. R. C. H. Dav'son, 736, 754
  • Sand-Pump Dredgers, by Mr. A. G. Lyster, 61, 789. See LETTERS
  • Effect of Waves on Breakwaters in Different Depths of Water, by Mr. William Shield, 61, 789
  • The Design of Breakwaters, by Mr. J. Watt Sandman, 761, 790
  • Section .III. -Machinery.
  • Recent Advances in Locomotive Practice, by Mr. F. W. Webb, 737, 755
  • The Relative Advantages of Different Kinds of Power for Tramways, Light Railways, and Motor Car Traffic, both Heavy and Light, by Mr. Thomas Parker, 740, 756. See LETTER, 85
  • Forgings and the Machines Used in Producing Them, by Mr. E. S. Brett, 740, 864
  • Machine Tools ; with Special Reference to American and German Practice as Compared with English, by Mr. Arthur Greenwood, 800, 27
  • Separate Condensing Plants for Factory Purposes, by Sir A. Seale Haslam, 802, 828
  • Cranes, and the Power to be Used with Them by Mr. Walter Pitt 801, 829
  • Section IV.-Mining and Metallurgy.
  • Opening Address by Mr. E. Windsor Richards, 62
  • Modern Improvements in Coal Winding :
  • Winding from Deep Mines, by Mr. H. W. Martin, 762, 791
  • Gold Mining, by Mr. J. H. Hammond, 763, 791
  • Modern Practice in Gold Mining, by Mr. Fearnside Irvine, 763, 792
  • Comparative Advantages of Electricity, Compressed Air and Steam for Mining and Manufacturing Purposes generally, by Mr. H. S.
  • Childe and Mr. W. Garforth, 792, 805, 830
  • By-Product Coke Ovens, by Mr. Evence Copped, 02, 829
  • The Influence of Casting Temperature on Steel, by Mr. R. A. Hadfield, 805, 830
  • Section V.-Shipbuilding.
  • Swift Passenger Steamers of Moderate Size, by Mr. E. L. Martin, 740, 756
  • On the Practicability of so Constructing Merchant Steamers as to Render them Readily Available for War Purposes, by Mr. J. H. Biles, 741, 757
  • Recent Developments in Cargo Steamers, by Mr. E. W. De Rusett, 763, 793
  • Dock Blocks and Docking Appliances, by Mr. A. J. Maginnis, 805, 831
  • The Application of Mechanical Appliances to the Riveting and Caulking of Ships ; and the Materials of Ships' Rivets, by Mr. Robert T. Napier, 806, 831
  • Section VI.-Water Works, Sewerage, and Gas Works.
  • The Use of Filtered Flood Water, by Mr. M. W. Hervey, 764, 793
  • The Rate per Head of Supply in Different Towns, with a Consideration of the Causes which Increase or Diminish it in Particular Instances, by Mr. James Watson, 764, 795
  • Selvage Sludge Disposal by Natural Agencies, Including the Purification of Sewage by Means of Artificial Filters, by Dr. G. Sims Woodhead, 765, 795
  • The Purification of Gas and the Conversion of Chemical Residuals therefrom, Including the Preparation of Cyanogen, by Mr. W. Foulis, 807, 832. See LETTER, 857
  • Labour-Saving Machinery Applicable to Operations in Gas Works, by Mr. C. C. Carpenter, 810, 832
  • Section VII.-Applications of Electricity.
  • Methods of Electrical Transformation, by Mr. James Swinburne, 758, 767
  • Some Non-Integrating Electric Meters, by Professor W. E. Ayrton, 757, 768
  • Mechanical Traction by Electricity, by Mr. G. C. Cuningham, 768,796
  • Economical Transmissifi and Distribution of Electricity from a Distance, by Mr. H. F. Parshall, i69, 796
  • Conversazione. 44
  • Excursions
  • Messsrs. William Cory and Son's Works, Blackwall, 782
  • Euston to Crewe and Back, 783
  • Clark Cell, The Minor Variations of a, 470
  • Climate of Jersey, 357
  • Clubs, Workshop, 419
  • Clutch, Friction (Croft and Perkins, Bradford), 59
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 70, 83
  • Coal Consumption of Auxiliary Engines in Cruisers, 389, 491, 522, 524, 745. See LErrEas, 56, 557
  • Coal Consumption and Evaporation Tests, 41
  • Coal-Cutting Machinery, 508
  • Coal Distribution Works at Blackwall, 782
  • Coal-Gas, Residual Products, 807, 832. See LETTER! 857
  • Coal Mining, 762, 791
  • Coal, Weathered, and Calorific Power, 67
  • Cookerill Company, Belgium, 109
  • Coherers, 253. See also Marconi
  • Coke-Oven and Blast-Furnace Gases, Use of, 65
  • Coke-Oven Gases, 608
  • Coke Ovens, By-Product, 802, 829
  • Coking in Beehive Ovens, 478
  • Coles, Mr. Sherard Cowper, on Preservation and Fireproofing of Wood, 258
  • Collision Mats, 147
  • Colonial Institute of Paris, 589
  • Colour Photography, 818
  • Columns of Goods Warehouse (Great Central Railway), 401
  • Combination Movement in England, 817
  • Combustion, Spontaneous, of Charcoal, 153
  • Commercial Exhibitions, 54
  • Commissions, Illicit, 586. See LETTERS
  • Companies' Act, 1898, Amendment, 18, 103
  • Compensating Split Packing, 555
  • Compensation Act, 1897, Workmen's, 57, 86, 219, 93, 327, 353, 379, 464, 484, 553, 658, 784, 815, 55
  • Competition, American, 256
  • Competition and Machine Tools, United States 99. See LETTERS
  • Complements in the Navy, Engine-Room, 681
  • Compound Engine. See Angines
  • Compound Locomotives, 185
  • Compressed Air Illness, Hudson Tunnel and, 486, 57
  • Compressed Air Mining Plant, 792, 805, 830
  • Compressed Air Riveting Machinery, 806, 831
  • Condensers, Evaporative, 539, 595, 661, 721, 861. See LETrEns
  • Condenser Installation, Cooling Tower and, 40
  • Condenser, Oscillatory Discharge, 692
  • Condensing Plant, Separate, 802, 828
  • Connecting-Rod Problem, 695. See LETTERS Balancing Engines
  • Consumption, Steam, 51
  • Contact-Maker, Electrolytic, 218, 356, 428, 818
  • Contracts, London County Council and Engineering, 390
  • Contracts in Restraint of Trade, 743
  • Conversazione at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 744
  • Conversion of Raw into Boiled Oil, 238
  • Cooling Tower and Condenser Installation, 40
  • Cooper, Mr. R. Elliott on Earth Slips, 799, 826
  • Cooper and Wigzell's Sounding Apparatus, 451
  • Copenhagen Harbour Electric Plant, 159
  • Copenhagen Sewage, 84
  • Copped, Mr. E., on By-Product Coke Ovens, 802, 29
  • Copper Corner, 555
  • Copper v. Iron Pipes, 408, 465. See LETTERs, 487
  • Copper Mining, United States, 586
  • Copper Production and Prices, V/
  • Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee, Arizona, 477
  • Copper Steam Pipe Flange, 487
  • Copper and Tin, 746
  • Core Loss in Electric Generators, 374
  • Corner, Copper, 555
  • "Corners" in Trade, 214, 284, 555, 43, 853
  • "Corners" in United States, 526, 711
  • Cory Coal Works at Blackwall, 782
  • Costs in Mining, 478. See 489
  • Cotton Industry in China, 855
  • Cotton Mills in Japan, 590
  • Cotton Weaving in Japan, 321
  • County Council and Engineering Contracts, London, 390
  • Coupling. Laycock's Automatic Railway, 615
  • Coupling, White and Burke's, 123
  • Couplings, Automatic, 323, 356
  • Cours d'Electricite, Theone et Pratique, by 0. Savazin, 139
  • Covered Way on the Metropolitan Section (Great Central Railway), 479
  • Crane, Electrical Goliath, 747
  • Crane Practice, Some Variations in Standard, 35
  • Cranes, Block-Setting Titan, 88, 121, 484, 829
  • Cranes for Minerals at Harbours, 800, 827
  • Cranes and the Power to be Used in Them, 801, 29
  • Cream Separators,835
  • Creusot Strike, 74
  • Crewe Works, Circular Saw Guard, 463
  • Crown Cream Separator, 835
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Cry 26stalline3 Structure of Iron and Steel, 191, 226,
  • Cuningham, Mr. G. C., on Electric Traction, 68, 796
  • Cycle Trade Competition, United States, 685
  • Cyclists' Indispensable Handbook, 418
  • Cylindrical v. Water-Tube Boilers See WaterTube, &c., Boilers
  • Dairy Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Show, Maidstone, 820, 835
  • Dalby, Professor W. E., on Balancing Engines, 30, 561. See 444 and LETTERS
  • Danish Ships, Steam Trials, 389, 395
  • Dantzig, Free Port of, 589
  • Davison, Mr. R. C. H., on Sizes of Steamers and Docks, 736, 754
  • De Pontibus : A Pocket-Book for Bridge Designers, by J. A. L. Waddell, 138
  • De Reffye Mitrailleuse and Field Gun (Schneider), 33
  • De Russell, Mr. E. W., on Cargo Steamers, 763, 93
  • Deep Pile Foundations, 120
  • Depreciation in Engineering Plant, 289
  • Depth Statistics of the Sea, 169
  • Depth of Water and Speed of Ships (Danish), 89, 395
  • Destroyers, Torpedo-Boat. See IVarships
  • Destruction of Iron Water Pipes, 321
  • Destructors, Refuse, 458
  • Deveril's Steam Gauge, 718
  • Diagrams of Metal Prices, 24, 156, 290, 462, 692, 1
  • Dick Process of Tubemaking by Extrusion, 12
  • Dictionary of Engine Terms in Various Languages, 113
  • Die Ingenieurtechnik im Alterthum, by Curt Merck, 437
  • Diffusion of Elements in Iron, 604
  • Diffusion of Liquids, Determining Rate of, 428
  • Diffusion of Sulphides through Steel, 128
  • Diffusive Convection, Energy of, 428
  • Dioptric Apparatus for Lighthouses, 278
  • Dipping Needle, 604
  • Directories, 108, 191, 344, 448
  • Directory of Titled Persons for 1899 (Whitaker), 48
  • Disabled Steamers, 88
  • Discharging and Loading Large Steamers, 736, t4, 773
  • Disdier, Enrique, on the Use of Blast-Furnace and Coke-Oven Gases, 865
  • Disintegration of Nickel Aluminium Alloy, 508
  • Distribution of Power in Warships, 403, 434, 469
  • Dock Appliances and Warehouses, 73d, 764, 773
  • Dock Blocks and Appliances, Graving, 805, 831
  • Dock Electric Plant, 159
  • Docks and Ships, Relative Dimensions, 736, 764
  • Dredger, Bucket (Smulder's), 814
  • Dredgers, Sand-Pump, 761, 789. See LETTERS

Dredging for Gold : 03, 535, 642, 840

  • Current- Wheel Dredges for Gold, 501
  • Dipper Dredge for Gold, 604
  • Gold Recovery Appliances, 840
  • Grizzlys, 643
  • History of Gold Dredging, 503
  • Horse-Power Used in Dredging, 612
  • Obsolete Machines, 504
  • Pump Dredges for Gold, 535
  • Separation of Material Dredged, 643
  • Sluice Boxes, 841
  • Suction Pump Dredges for Gold, 535
  • Trommels, 840
  • Turbine Dredges for Gold, 504
  • Drill Chuck, Positive Driving, 230
  • Drilling 11Iachine, Boiler Flue, 110
  • Drilling Machine, Radial (Russian), 513
  • Driving Drill Chuck, Positive (Pratt Chuck Company, Frankfort, N.Y.), 230
  • Driving Piles, with Water Jet, 674
  • Drought of 1897 and 1898, 357
  • Dunalastair Locomotive. See 144
  • Dunkerley, Professor, on Connecting-Rod Problem, 695. See LETTERS, Balancing Engines
  • Durston, Sir John, on Trials of H.M.S. Argo
  • naut," 388, 391, 432. See LETTER, 487
  • Dynamometer, Transmission, 485
  • Dynamos, Electric. See also Westinghouse Company
  • Dynamos. See Electric Generators
  • Early Guns, (Schneider), 133, 174
  • Early Steamships, 557, 591, 624
  • Early United States Marine Engines, 408, 434
  • Earth Slips, 799, 826
  • Earthwork, Diagram, 273
  • Eccles Boiler Explosion, 92
  • Economy of Using Heavy Rails, 57, 62
  • Egyptian River Bridge, 729, 769, 836. See LETTERS, 58
  • Electric Arc, Hissing of the, 423, 818
  • Electric Battery, Modified Bunsen, 119
  • Electric Cab, Kreiger, 84
  • Electric Cable, Submarine Survey, 35, 101, 167. See 451
  • Electric Cabs in Paris, 233, 269
  • Electric, Clark Cell, The Minor Variations of a, 70
  • Electric, Coherers, 253. See also Marconi
  • Electric Depot, Municipal, 181. See LETTERS
  • Electric Elevator at Central London Railway, 73, 306
  • Electric Engines, 96
  • Electric Exhibits at Building Trades Exhibition, 80
  • Electric Exhibits at the Royal Society's Soirée, 87, 818
  • Electric Generating Plant, Westinghouse Company, 369, 440, 505, 612, 732, 810

Electric Generators : 1, 100, 374, 475, 537, 670

  • Core Loss in Electric Generators, 374
  • Geared Railway Motor, 475, 537
  • Loss, Core, in Electric Generators, 374
  • Motor, Railway, Geared, 475, 537
  • Motors, Railway, Direct-Connected, 670, 844
  • Motors, Traction, 374
  • Railway Motors, Direct-Connected, 670, 844
  • Railway Motors, Geared, 475, 537 -Pole 250 Kilowatt Railway Electric Generator, 00 0-Pole Lighting Generator (Union Company, Berlin), 41
  • Traction Motors, 374
  • Electric Generators, Railway, 732. See also Westinghouse
  • Electric High Voltage Transmission, 249. See LETTERS
  • Electric Lamp, Nernst, 183, 285. See LETTERS
  • Electric Lamps in Fire Damp Mines, 20
  • Electric Locomotive Design, 682
  • Electric Magnetic Induction, 594
  • Electric Meters, Some Non - Integrating, 757, 68
  • Electric Motor Plant, Westinghouse Company, 69, 440, 60i, 612, 732, 810
  • Electric Plants for Harbours and Docks, 159
  • Electric Power Station, Niagara, 91, 128, 160
  • Electric Power and Lighting Station (Schneider), 35
  • Electric Power for Tramways, Railways, &c., 740, 56. See LErrmas, 785
  • Electric Railway, Milan-Monza, 623
  • Electric Railway Motor Boring Machine, 157
  • Electric Riveting Machinery, 806. See 831
  • Electric Station Steam Pipes, 301
  • Electric Storage Batteries, 194
  • Electric-Thermal Combination, 6t6
  • Electric Traction, 374, 740, 756, 768, 798. See LETTER, 785
  • Electric Tramways, Glasgow, 397
  • Electric Transmission Plants, Two Large, 183
  • Electric Voltmeter, Elliott's Recording, 230
  • Electric Wireless Telegraphy, 321, 356, 360, 449, 85. See 31, 94, 124, 449
  • Electric Wiring Rules, 215
  • Electric Works at Pittsburg (Westinghouse Company), 369, 440, 505, 612, 732, 810

Electrical Engineers, Institution of:

  • Improvements in Magnetic Space Telegraphy. by Dr. Oliver Lodge, 31, 94, 124
  • Electric Wiring Rules, by Mr. R. E. Crompton, Mr. C. H. Wordingham, and Mr. J. Pigg, 15
  • Wireless Telegraphy, by Mr. G. Marconi, 321, 60. See 3], 94, 124, 356, 449
  • The Hissing of the Electric Arc, by Mrs. Ayrton, 423
  • Electric Locomotive Design, by Mr. P. V. McMahon, 682
  • Conversazione, 617
  • Summer Trip to Switzerland, 617
  • Electrical Enterprise in Germany, 58
  • Electrical Exhibition at Brussels, 287
  • Electrical Exhibition, New York, 854
  • Electrical Goliath Crane, 747
  • Electrical Interrupter, Wehnelt-Caldwell, 218, 56, 428, 818
  • Electrical Mining Plant, 792, 805, 830
  • Electrical Motor Carriages, 513. See Cars, Motor
  • Electrical Power Long Transmission, 769, 796
  • Electrical Recorder, Callendar's, 675
  • Electrical Tools for Mining, 792, 805, 830
  • Electrical Trades Directory, 344
  • Electrical Transformation, 758,767
  • Electrical " Year-Books," 314
  • Electrically Driven Air Pumps (Allen, Bedford), 12
  • Electricity Course, 139
  • Electricity, Industrial, 571
  • Electricity Seasoning Wood, 154
  • Electro-Pneumatic Signalling Plant, 773. See 824
  • Electrolytes, Incandescence of Refractory, 285. See LETTERS, Nernst and Co.
  • Electrolytic Methods of Analysis, 536
  • Electrolytic Conductivity without Electrodes, 783
  • Electrolytic Contact-Breaker, Wehnelt, 356, 428
  • Electrolytic Current Interrupters, 218, 818
  • Electrometer, Quadrant, 692
  • Electroplating Ships, 315, 357
  • Elliott's Recording Voltmeter, 230
  • Embankment Washed away on London and North-Western Railway in %Vales, 77
  • Employers' Liabilities and Powers, 649
  • Employers' Liability Act, Seamen and, 287
  • Employers' Liability. See also Workinens' Conpensation Act, 1897
  • Employers' Parliamentary Council, 283
  • Energy in Diffusive Convection, 423
  • Enfield, Evolution of Arms at, 185
  • Engine Connecting-Rod Problem, 695. See LETTERS, Balancing Engines
  • Engine Difficulties with High Pressures, 524
  • Engine-Room Complements in the Navy, 681
  • Engine, Triple-Expansion, Wigzell's (Paul, Dumbarton), 581
  • Engines, Auxiliary, Coal Consumption, 389, 491, 22, 524, 745. See 556, 557
  • Engines, Balancing Marine, 144, 530, 561, 695. See LETTERS
  • Engines, Blowing, Cross-Compound (Sir C. Furness, Westgarth, and Co.), 11
  • Engines, Blowing (Davy Brothers), 347
  • Engines, Early United States Marine, 40S, 431
  • Engines, Gas and Oil, 235
  • Engines, Gas, 344
  • Engines, Gas, and Blast-Furnace and Coke Oven Gases, 608, 865
  • Engines, Gas and Oil (Allen and Barker's), 209
  • Engines, Gas, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 20
  • Engines, High-Speed, 96
  • Engines of the New Royal Yacht (Ilumphrys, Tennant, and Co.), 641
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of the French Passenger Steamer " Laos," 484, 544
  • Engines, Oil, at the Royal Agricultural Show, 820
  • Engines at the Royal Agricultural Show, 820
  • Engines of the Russian Volunteer Ship, " Moskva" (Clydebank Company), 674
  • Engines of the S.S. " Ultonia " (Furness, Westgarth, and Co.), 276
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, Japanese Destroyer "Akebono," 847
  • Engineers' Charge Pay, 681
  • Engineers, Naval, 58, 186, 255, 289, 322, 390, 481, 24, 785
  • Engineers in the Navy, 149, 551. See LETTERS
  • Engineers, Royal. See Royal Engineers
  • Engineering and Architecture, 654. See LErrEns,
  • Estheticism in Bridge Design
  • Engineering Contracts, London County Council and, 390
  • Engineering History, 437
  • Engineering in Natal, 22
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding in 1898, 25, 60, 70, 3
  • English and American Workshop Management, 87
  • English Patents and Foreign Patentees, 23
  • English Shipbuilding, 60
  • Equations, Solution of Simultaneous, 255
  • Erecting Atbara Bridge, 836. See 729, 769, and LETTER, 858
  • "Ermack," Russian Ice-Breaking Steamer, 252, 12. See 383
  • Evaporation Test, 41
  • Evaporative Condense rs, 569, 595, €61, 721, 861 See LETTERS
  • Evaporators on Naval Ships Worked with Exhaust Steam, 389, 491, 522, 745. See 556
  • Evolution of Small Arms at Enfield, 185
  • Ewing, Professor J. A., on Magnetism, 563, 627
  • Exhibition, Article Club, 154, 714, 823
  • Exhibition, Building Trades, 554, 589
  • Exhibition, Electrical, at Brussels, 287
  • Exhibition, Glasgow, 1901, 552
  • Exhibition of Motor Cars at Richmond, 782, 823. See LETTERS, 821, 858
  • Exhibition, New York Electrical, 854
  • Exhibition, Paris, 52, 150, 844
  • Exhibitions for Advancing Exports, 20
  • Expansion of Steam Pipes, 301
  • Explosion. See Boiler exploding
  • Explosion of Chlorate of Potash at St. Helen's, 683
  • Explosion, Gun, at Sandy Hook, 493
  • Explosion, Toulon Magazines, 665. See LETTERS
  • Explosive Compound, Fumelessite, 704
  • Export Merchant Shippers for 1899, 448
  • Exports and Imports, 81
  • Exports, Methods for Advancing, 20
  • Extrusion, Tube-Making by, 12
  • Factory Condensing Plant, 802, 828. See Evaporative Condensers
  • "Faro3lawna," Steam Yacht (Schichau), 11
  • Field Gun, De Reffye System (Schneider), 133
  • Filtered Flood Wat-r, 764, 793
  • Fire Brigade Act, Proposed, 460, 496

Fire Protection in Europe : 3, 141, 401, 459, 571

  • Bremen and Hamburg Fires, 571
  • Brewery, 460
  • Druggist's Premises, 460
  • Fire Material Tests, 517, 707, 777, 861
  • Hamburg and Bremen Fires, 571
  • Iron Worker's Premises, 66
  • Leather Worker's Premises, 460
  • Miller, 401
  • Papermaker, 66
  • Printer, 401
  • Self-Survey, 66, 401, 459, 571
  • Shipbuilder, 67
  • Sugar Refiner, 460
  • Testing Station in London, 141, 517, 707, 777, 64. See Erratum,187
  • Textile Manufacturer, 459
  • Woodworker, 66
  • Firedamp Mines, Electric Lamps in, 20
  • Fire Engine, London County Council (Merry weather), 209
  • Fire Testing Station, 141, 517, 707, 777, 861. See Erratum, 187
  • Firebar Inserter, Boiler, 527
  • Fireproofing, and Preservation of Wood, 258
  • Firing Devices, Quick-Firing Guns (Schneider), 75, 610, 635, 671, 700, 731
  • Flange of Copper Steam Pipe, 487
  • Flather, Mr. J. J., on Transmission Dynamometer, 85
  • Fleming, Mr. T. A., on Wireless Telegraphy, 449
  • Flood Water, Fitering, 764, 793
  • Flooring, Hobson's (Great Central Railway), 337, 01
  • Flow of Steam through Pipes, Experiments, 67
  • Flow of Water, Hele-Shaw's Experiments, 28
  • Fluid-Pressure Motors, 187
  • Flying Soundings in Submarine Survey, 167
  • Flywheels, Bursting of Cast-Iron, 10
  • Fog-Signalling, Railway, 735, 863
  • Fog-Signalling at Sea, 1, 105
  • Footner, Mr. H , on Relaying Railways, 799, 826
  • Foreign and Colonial Notes, 15, 247
  • Foreign Trade Exchange, 81
  • Foreigners in Japan, 186
  • Forging Machines, 740, 864
  • Forman, Mr. C., on Mineral Transport and Handling, 800, 827
  • Foulis, Mr. W., on Residual Products from CoalGas Making, 807, 832. See LErrza, 857
  • Foundation, Deep-Pile, 120
  • Fracture of Chilled Rolls, 297, 332. See LicrrEas, Chilled Rolls
  • Fractures of Steam Pipes, 408, 465. See LETTERS, 87
  • France, Light Railways, 74
  • Fraser's Evaporator Condenser, 661, 862
  • Freezing Point, Absolute Value of the, 785
  • French Colonial Institute, 587
  • French Naval Annual, 314
  • French Passenger Steamer " Laos," 413, 484, 514
  • French Railways, 494, 686
  • French Shipping Bounties, 853
  • French State Railway Locomotive (Schneider), 514
  • Friction Clutch (Croft and Perkin's, Bradford), 59
  • Frictional Resistance of Ships, 441
  • Friendly Societies, 513
  • Fuel, Oil, 460
  • "Fulda" Accident in Birkenhead Graving Dock, 05, 831
  • Furnace. See also Lorain
  • Furnace Blowing Engines (Davy Brothers), 347
  • Furnace Blowing Engines (Furness, Westgarth, and Co.), 11
  • Furnace and Coke-Oven Gases, the Use of Blast, 08, 865
  • Furnaces, Brass, Gas Heating for, 324, 357, 391
  • Furnaces, Tilting Open-Hearth, 604, 613
  • Fumelessite cCompound Explosive), 704
  • Future of British Workmen, 117, 126
  • Galton, the Late Sir Douglas, 853
  • Garbage Destructors, 458
  • Garforth, Mr. W. E., on Mechanical Mining Plant, 805, 830. See 792
  • Gas Engines. See Engines
  • Gas Heating for Brass Furnaces, 324, 357, 391
  • Gas and Oil Engines, Allen and Barker's, 209
  • Gas, Residual Products from Coal, 807, 839- See LETTER, 857
  • Gas Retort Charging Machinery, 810, 832
  • Gases, Utilising Blast-Furnace and Coke-Oven 08, 865
  • Gates of Locks, &c. See Canals in Russia
  • Gauge, Deveril's Steam, 718
  • Gear-Cutting Machine, Worm, 89
  • Geared Electric Railway Motor, 475, 537
  • Gelignite, Rhenish, 22
  • Gellivare Iron Ore Mines, 603
  • Generation and Utilisation of Steam, 41
  • Generators for Acetylene. See Acetylene
  • Generators, Electric, See Westinghouse Company and Electric Generators
  • Geology of the Rocky Mountains, 478
  • German Industrial Progress, 250
  • German Ship Subsidies, 84
  • German Trades Unionism, 746
  • Germany, Electrical Enterprise in, 58
  • Germany, Machine and Hand Power in, 24)
  • Gland Packing, 555
  • Glasgow Exhibit ion, 19;1, 552
  • Glasgow Tramways (Electric), 397
  • "Glory," floating out H.M.S. (Laird), 358
  • Glycerine in Paint, Mischief of, 239
  • Gold Dredging. See Dre lying for Gold
  • Gold, Microscopic Structure of, 87, 146, 254
  • Gold Mining, 478, 763, 791
  • Gold Mining, Lay System of Placer, 478
  • Gold Recovery. See Dredging for Gold
  • Goliath Crane, Electrical, 747
  • Goods Department at Marylebone Station (Great Central Railway), 378, 401, 439
  • Graphical Method for Problem of Rough Inclined Plane, 499
  • Graving Dock Blocks and Appliances, 805, 831

Great Central Railway :

  • 65, 208, 212, 276, 310, 410, 439, 479, 674, 701, 47
  • Bridges on the Metropolitan Section, 337, 479
  • Cab Approach to Marylebone Station, 341
  • Carriage Shed at Marylebone, 439. See 658
  • Carriage Sheds at Neasden, 674
  • Columns of Goods Warehouse, 401
  • Covered Way on the Metropolitan Section, 479
  • Electrical Goliath Crane, 747
  • Flooring, Hobson's, 337, 401
  • Goods Department at Marylebone Station, 378, 01, 439
  • Hobson's Flooring, 337, 401
  • Locomotive Sheds, &c., at Neasden, 674, 704
  • Marylebone Station, 208, 242, 276, 310, 378, 01
  • Metropolitan Terminus, 165, 208, 242, 276, 310, 01, 439
  • Neasden Sidings and Sheds, 674, 704
  • Opening for Goods Traffic, 337
  • Opening for Passenger Traffic, 337
  • Passenger Station, Marylebone, 208, 242, 276, 10
  • Platform at Marylebone Station, Roof, 276, 310
  • Promenade at Marylebone Station, 242, 276
  • Regent's Canal Wharf and Roof, 439. See 558
  • Roof of Marylebone Station Buildings, 242, 76, 310
  • Roof of Neasden Sheds, 674, 704
  • Roof over Wharf at Regent's Canal, 439. See 58
  • Route. 165
  • Sand-Drying Furnace, 704
  • Sheds, Locomotive and Carriage, at Neasden, 74, 704
  • Station Buildings at Marylebone, 208, 242
  • Tunnelling on the Metropolitan Section, 479
  • Umbrella Roof at Regent's Canal, 439. See Erratum, 558
  • Underpinning on the Metropolitan Section, 479
  • Warehouse, Goods, 401
  • Wharf at Regent's Canal and Roof, 439. See Erratum, 558
  • Greenwood, Mr. A., on Machine Tools, 800, 827
  • Grinding Apparatus, Lathe Centre, 313
  • Groynes for Sea Encroachments, 110
  • Guard (Circular Saw), at Crewe Works, 463
  • Guard for Circular Saws (Glover), 291. See Erratum., 316
  • Guard for Circular Saw (Scott), 25
  • Gun Breech Mechanism (Vickers), 76. See also Schneider
  • Gun Explosion at Sandy Hook, 493
  • Gun Fire, United States, at Santiago, 852
  • Gun Lathe, 50-In. (Bement, Miles, and Co., Philadelphia), 544
  • Gun Manufacture (Schneider), 133, 174, 201, 235, 77, 308, 341
  • Guns. See also Schneider
  • Guns, Howitzer, 5-In., at Omdurman, 253
  • Guns, Magazine, Evolution at Enfield, 185
  • Guns, Naval, Early Types of (Schneider), 375, 402
  • Hadfield, Mr. R. A., on Casting Temperature of Steel, 805, 830
  • Hakodate Trade, 216
  • Hammer for Scaling Boilers, 527
  • Hammond, Mr. J. H., on Gold Mining, 763, 701
  • Handbook for Chemists of Beet Sugar Houses and Seed Culture Farms, by Guilford L. Spencer, D.Sc., 169
  • Handbook of Street Railroad Location, by John P. Brooks, 235
  • Handbuch der Materialienkunde fiir den Machinenbau, by A. Martens, 307
  • Handling Minerals at Harbours, 800, 827
  • Hanssen, Mr. A., on Metric System, 295
  • Harbour Appliances for Handling Minerals, 800, t7
  • Harbour Appliances and Warehouses, 736, 754. 73
  • Harbour, Buenos Ayres, 515
  • Harbour Electric Plant, 159
  • Harlem River, Swing Bridge over, 256
  • Hartlepool Shipbuilding, 27
  • Haslam, Sir A. S., on Condensing Plant for Factories, 802, 828
  • Haswell, Mr. Charles H., on Early United States Marine Engines, 408, 434
  • Head, Mr. A. P., on Tilting Open-Hearth Furnaces, 604, 613
  • Head, The Late Mr. Jeremiah, 354
  • Heating Buildings by Steam, 367
  • Heavy Rail Sections, 508
  • Hele-Shaw, Professor II. S., on Further Experiments on the Character of Fluid Motion, 28
  • "Hermes," Trials of II.NI S., 745
  • Hervey, Mr. M. W., on the Use of Filtered Flood
  • Water, 764, 793
  • Her Majesty's Navy Estimates and Ships, 351, 85. See Lirrmati, Water-Tube, &c., 17oiler8
  • H.M.S. "Amphitrite" Trials and Coal Consumption of Auxiliary Engines, 389, 491, 622. See 24, 556, 557, 745
  • H.M.S. "Argonaut's " Trials, 388, 391, 432. See LETTERS
  • H.M.S. "Ariadne " Steam Trials (Clydebank), 85
  • H.M.S. "Glory, Floating out (Laird), 358
  • H.M.S. "Hermem," Trials of the, 745
  • H.M.S. "Terrible," Disaster on the, 461. See LETTERS
  • H.M.SS. Machinery, 311
  • High-Pressure Engine Difficulties, 624
  • High-Speed Engines, 96
  • High Voltage Transmission, 249. See LETTE1Iti
  • Hill's Railway Carriage Window, 393
  • Hissing of the Electric Arc, 423, 818
  • Ristoire de l'Architeeture, by Auguste Choisy 67
  • Hobart, Mr. H. M., and Parshall, Mr. H. F., on E'ectric Generators. See Electric Generators
  • Hobbing Machine, Heavy Worm Gear (Niles Tool Works Company), 89
  • Hobson's Flooring (Great Central Railway), 337, 01
  • Hoc Proving Grounds, Havre (Schneider), 342
  • Hoist Equipment at Central London Railway, Passenger, 273, 306
  • Honorarium for Works at Plymouth, 683
  • Hop-Washing Plant, 821
  • Horner, Mr. Joseph, on Cranes, 135
  • Horse-Power Absorbed by Skin Friction and Wave-Making, 444
  • Horseless Carriage. See Cars, Motor Horsfall Refuse Destructor, 458
  • Hot Blast in the Bessemer Process, 604
  • Howitzers, 5-In., at Omdurman, 253
  • Hudson Tunnel and Compressed Air Illness, 486, 57
  • Humber Shipbuilding, 60
  • Hunt, Mr. Robert W., on Lorain Steel Company's Works, Ohio, 3, 65
  • Hunter, Mr. W. H., on Loading and Discharging Steamers, 736, 754, 773
  • Hydrographical Surveying, by Rear-Admiral William Wharton, 139
  • Ice-Breaking Steamer for Russia, " Ermack," 52, 412. See 383
  • Illicit Commissions, 586. See LETTERS
  • Implements at the Agricultural Show, 820
  • Imports and Exports, 81
  • Incandescence of Refractory Electrolytes, 285. See LETTERS, Nernst, ttc.
  • Inclined Plane, Graphical Treatment of the Problem of Rough, 499
  • India-rubber Carriage Tyres, 457
  • India-rubber Manufacture, 217
  • Indian and Atlantic Cables, First, 273
  • Indian Railways, 21
  • Indian Railways Unguaranteed, 747
  • Indicated Horse-Power, Calculated, 690
  • Inductance and Equivalent Resistance of a Wire to an Oscillatory Discharge, 158
  • Induction, Electric Magnetic, 594
  • Induction, Magnetic, Distribution in a Long Bar, 85
  • Industrial Electricity, Edited by A. G. Elliott, B.Sc., 571
  • Industrial Notes, 27, 59, 89, 123, 157, 190, 224, 57, 291, 326, 359, 393, 427, 463, 497, 527, 559, 93, 626, 657, 691, 719, 751, 787, 825, 859
  • Inertia, Theory of the Moments of, 40
  • Inglis, Dr. John, on the Future of British Industries, 117, 126
  • Interrupter, Electrolytic, 218, 356, 428, 818
  • Ireland, Shipbuilding in, 60
  • Iriehromatines, 715
  • Iron, Cast, Melting Point of, 330
  • Iron, Crystalline Structure of Steel and, 191, 226, 63
  • Iron in the Eighteenth Century, 603
  • Iron Elements, Diffusion of, 604
  • Iron and Nickel Alloys, 462
  • Iron Ore Mines, Gellivare, 603
  • Iron Ore Mines, Lake Superior,221
  • Iron Ore, Transportation of, 19
  • Iron Ore in Virginia, 509
  • Iron Paints, 238
  • Iron Production in China and Japan, 746
  • Iron and Steel Alloys, 205, 210, 259
  • Iron and Steel, Cast, 609

Iron and Steel Institute : 90, 603, 777

  • The Crystalline Structure of Iron and Steel, by
  • Mr. John E. Stead, 191, 226, 263
  • Spring Meeting, 590
  • Report of Council, 603
  • Presidential Address (Sir W. C. Roberts Austen), 603
  • Gellivare Iron Ore Mines, by Mr. H. Bauerman. 03
  • Tilting Open-Hearth Furnaces, by Mr. A. P. Head, 604? 613
  • Hot Blast in the Bessemer Process, by Professor J. Wiborgh, 604
  • An improved Dipping Needle, by Professor Henry Louis, 604
  • The Diffusion of Elements in Iron, by Professor Arnold and Mr. Andrew MeWilliani, 04
  • The Use of Blast-Furnace and Coke-Oven Gases, by Mr. Enrique Disdier, 608, 885
  • Theories and Facts Relating to Cast Iron and Steel, by Mr. Bertram S. Summers, 609
  • Steel Direct from the Blast-Furnace, by Mr. Dimitrius Tschernoff, 610
  • Solution Theory of Iron and Steel, by Baron H. JOptner von Jonstorff, 010
  • Diffusion of Sulphides through Steel, by Mr. E. D. Campbell, 128
  • Iron and Steel Making, United States, 489
  • Iron and Steel Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 664
  • Iron Test Bars, Casting, 546
  • Iron Water Pipes, Destruction of, 321
  • Ironwork and Fire Protection, 66
  • Iron Works, Ohio, Lorain, 3, 65
  • Irvine, Mr. F., on Gold Mining, 763, 792
  • Jacketing of Cylinders (" Argonaut's" Trials)) 88, 391, 432. See !Arms, 487
  • James' Sentry for Submarine Survey, 167
  • Japan Cotton Weaving Industry, 321
  • Japan Economic Position, 165
  • Japan, Foreign Patents in, 121
  • Japan, Foreigners in, 186
  • Japan Imports, 684
  • Japan, Notes from, 555, 784
  • Japan, Notes from (Cotton Mill Companies), 590
  • Japan Railway Nationalisation, 716
  • Japan Railways, 473
  • Japan Shipping, 81
  • Japan Shipping Bounties, 712
  • Japan Trade, 216
  • Japanese Armoured Cruiser " Asaina" (Elswick), 77
  • Japanese Battleship Armour (Brown), 47
  • Japanese Finance, 553
  • Japanese Iron Production, 746
  • Japanese Loan, New, 783
  • Japanese Tariff, 20
  • Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Akebono " (Yarrow), 847
  • Japanese Torpedo-Boats, 119
  • Japanese View of Far Eastern Affairs, 116
  • Jersey Climate, 357
  • Johnson and Phillips' Sounding Apparatus for Submarine Survey, 101
  • Joinery in Schools; 36
  • Joule-Thomson Effect and Some of its Consequences, 279
  • Judges' Report upon the Liverpool Trials of Motor Vehicles for Heavy Traffic, Edited by E. Shrapnel Smith, 37
  • Kiao-Chou, Development of, 423
  • Kirkaldy Evaporative Surface Condensers, 723
  • Kitson, The Late Mr. J. Hawthorn, 716
  • Kloss System of Oil Fuel, 460
  • Krieger Electric Cab, 84
  • Laboratory, Metallurgical, 478
  • Labour in New Zealand, 455
  • Labour Premiums in the States, 526
  • Labour-Saving Appliances in Gas Works, 810, 832
  • Laird, The Late Wm. (Birkenhead), 188
  • Lake Superior Iron Ore Mines, 221
  • Lamp, Nernst Electric, 183, 285. See LETTERS
  • Land and Naval Guns (Schneider), 133
  • Language of Science, 318
  • "Laos,' French Passenger Steamer, 413, 484, 44
  • Large-Span Arch Bridges, 656
  • Lathe Centre Grinding Apparatus, 313
  • Lathe, Gun, (Bement, Miles, and Co., Philadelphia), 544
  • Lathe Milling Attachment (Smart, Erith), 293
  • Launching Arrangements for White Star Liner "Oceanic," 53, 75. See LETTERS 6, 1( 9, 8, 162,
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 23, 83, 556, 49, 513, 96, 229, 243, 288, 313, 426, 15, 864 00, 625, 656, 687, 721, 786,
  • Law of Picketing, 153
  • Law of Subsidence and Supports, 712
  • Law as to Trade Union Funds, 781
  • Laxton's Builders' Price-Book for 1899, 341
  • Lay System of Placer Mining, 478
  • Laycock's Automatic Railway Coupling, 645
  • Laycock's Victoria Works, Sheffield, 199
  • Lean's Royal Navy List, 557
  • Lecons Elementaires d'Acoustique et d'Optique. By Ch. Fabry, 170
  • Ledward Evaporative Condenser, 661, 862
  • Legal Aspect of the Smoke Nuisance, 302
  • Legal. See also Workmen's Compensation Act ; Companies' Amendment Act ; Picketing ; Employers' Liability ; Trade Union. Funds ;
  • Limited Liability Companies' Act, 18
  • Lehigh Valley Railroad Compound Locomotive, 05
  • Letters to the Editor, 22, 68, 87, 121, 146, 86, 20, 254, 289, 322, 356, 390, 423, 461, 85, 13, 57 56, 591, 623, 655, 688, 716, 785, 824,
  • Liabilities and Powers of Employers, 649
  • Libraries at Westerkirk and Lang-holm, Telford, 54
  • Life of a Locomotive, 595
  • Life Story of the Late Sir Charles Tilston Bright, Civil Engineer, with which is Incorporated the Story of the Atlantic Cable, and the First Telegraph to India and the Colonies, by his Brother Edward Brailsford Bright and his Son, Charles Bright, 272
  • Lifeboat with a Drop Keel, 320
  • Lift, Canal, in Canada, a Large, 622
  • Lift Equipment at Central London Railway, Passenger, 273, 306
  • Light Mineral Railroad, 574
  • Light Railways, 666, 733, 753
  • Light Railways in France, 74
  • Light Railways at Home and Abroad, by William Henry Cole, 666
  • Lighthouse Dioptric Apparatus, 278
  • Lighting and Power, Electric (Schneider), 235
  • Lighting Railway Cars by Acetylene, 391
  • Limited Liability Companies' Act, 18
  • Liquid Air Fallacy, 599
  • Liquid Fuel, 460
  • Liquids, Determining Rate of Diffusion, 428
  • Literature, 36, 108, 138, 169, 235, 272, 307, 344, 37; 536, 571, 666
  • Little Railways for South Africa, 82. See LETTERS
  • Liverpool Trials of Motor Cars, 37
  • Livesey, The Late Mr. Frank, 622
  • Lloyd's Shipbuilding Returns, 494
  • Lloyd's Ship Losses Return, 185
  • Loading and Discharging Large Steamers, 736, 54, 773
  • Local Government Annual, 108
  • Lock-and-Block Signalling, 733, 753
  • Lock Gates. See Canals in Russia
  • Lockwood's Builders and Contractors' PriceBook, 108
  • Locomotive for Belgian Railway, 144
  • Locomotive, Compound, for Lehigh Valley Railroad, 705
  • Locomotive Design, Electric, 682
  • Locomotive Express Passenger, French State Railways (Schneider), 514
  • Locomotive of the Future, 20
  • Locomotive, London and North Western Performances, 737, 755, 783
  • Locomotive, London and South-Western, 741, 72
  • Locomotive, New York Central Railway, "Mogul," 177
  • Locomotive Repairs and Renewals, 595
  • Locomotive Sheds, &c.' at Neasden (Great Central Railway), 674, 704
  • Locomotive Speeds, 783
  • Locomotives, American, 44, 177, 423, 461, 513. See also 688, 705, 785
  • Locomotive's Average Life, 595
  • Locomotive, British v. American, 688, 785
  • Locomotives, Compound, 185, 737, 755
  • Locomotives, Mexican (Schenectady), 44
  • Locomotives in Peru, 689
  • Locomotives, The Stability of Tank, 121
  • Locomotives for Swedish Railways, 320
  • Locomotives, Testing, 22
  • Lodge, Dr. Oliver, on Magnetic Space Telegraphy, 1, 94, 124. See Wireless Telegraphy
  • London County Council and Engineering Contracts, 390
  • London County Council Specifications, 688
  • London County Council Works Department, 181.
  • See LwrrEas
  • London and North-Western Compound Locomotives, 737, 755, 783
  • London and North-Western 'Locomotive Speed, 83
  • London and North-Western Railway Accident in Wales, 77
  • London and South-Western Locomotive, 741, 72
  • London Water Supply, 115, 526, 764, 793
  • Longridge, Captain C. C., on Dredging for Gold, 03, 535, 642, 840
  • Lorain Steel Company's Works, Ohio, 3, 65
  • Loss, Core, Electric Generators, 374
  • Lucas Sounding Instruments for Submarine Survey, 101
  • Lykens Valley Coal Company, Coal Consumption, &c., 41
  • Lyster, the Late George Fosbery, 653
  • Lyster, Mr. A. G., on Sand-Pump Dredging, 761, 89. See LETTERS
  • Machine and Hand Power in Germany, 20
  • Machine Tools, 800, 827
  • Machine Tools and Competition, United States, 99. See LETTERS

Machine Tools :

  • Boiler Flue Drilling Machine (Victor Coates and Co., Belfast), 110
  • Chucking Machine (Automatic) for Steam-Cock Shells (Pratt and Whitney, Hartford, Conn.), 99
  • Driving Drill Chuck, Positive (Pratt Chuck Co., Frankfort, N.Y.), 230
  • Four-Spindle Electric Railway Motor Boring Machine (Newton Machine Tool Works, Philadelphia), 167
  • Gun Lathe, 50-In. (Bement, Miles, and Co., Philadelphia), 544
  • Lathe Centre Grinding Apparatus, 313
  • Lathe Milling Attachment (Smart, Erith), 298
  • Mortising Machine, Vertical (Fay and Co., Cincinnati), 450
  • Plate-Shearing Machine, Heavy (Hilles and Jones Company, Wilmington, Del.), 12
  • Punching Machine with Side Shear, DoubleEnded (Mr. J. Cameron, Salford), 848
  • Radial Drilling and Tapping Machine (Russian Company, Charkow), 513
  • Shearing, Bending, and Punching Machine, (Striven and Co., Leeds), 707
  • Worm-Gear lobbing Machine, Heavy (Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 89
  • Machinery Depreciation, 289
  • Machinery for Mining, 792, 805, 830
  • Machinery for Printing, 208, 327, 365, 414
  • Machinery in Warships, 311;558, 569, 596, 630
  • Madras Presidency Water Works, 175
  • Magazine Rifles at Enfield, 185
  • Maginnis, Mr. A. J., on Graving Dock Blocks and Appliances, 805, 831
  • Magnetic Induction Distribution in a Long Bar, 85
  • Magnetic Induction, Electric, 594
  • Magnetic Space Telegraphy, 31, 94, 124, 321, 356, 60, 449, 585
  • Magnetism, 663, 627
  • Maidstone Royal Show. See Agricultural, &c.
  • Malingering Mechanics, 619
  • Management of Ordnance Factories, 182
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Loading and Discharging Arrangements, 736, 754, 773
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association, 643
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association Report, 51
  • Map, Japan Railways, 473
  • Map of Metropolitan Railways, Tramways, and Miscellaneous Improvements, 448
  • Map Showing Sea Routes, 201
  • Maps of Great Roads of England (Gall and Inglis), 777
  • Marconi's Wireless Telegraphy, 321, 356, 360, 85. See 31, 94, 124, 449
  • Marine Engineers, Institution of, Presidential Address by Dr. J. Inglis, 117, 126
  • Martin, Mr. E. L., on Swift Passenger Steamers of Moderate Size, 740, 756
  • Martin, Mr. H. W„ on Coal Mining, 762, 791
  • Marylebone Station (Great Central Railway), 208, 42, 276, 310, 378, 401
  • Massachusetts Institution of Technology, 685
  • Materials, Testing, for Machinery, 307
  • Mats, Collision, 147
  • Measures. See Metric System

Mechanical Engineers, American Society of:

  • New York Meeting.
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. C. W. Hunt, 7
  • Note on the Strength of Wheel Rims, by Mr. Albert K. Mansfield, 10
  • The Bursting of Small Cast-Iron Flywheels, by Mr. C. H. Benjamin, 10
  • The Theory of the Moments of Inertia, by Professor C. V. Kerr, 40
  • Cooling Tower and Condenser Installation, by J. H. Vail, 40
  • Improvements in Steam Boilers and the Brick Settings of Same, by W. Barnet le Van, 40
  • The Generation and Utilisation of Steam by the Lykens Valley Coal Company and Summit Branch Coal Company, Dauphin County, Penn., by Mr. R. V. A Norris, 41
  • The Variation of Belt Tensions with Power Transmitted, by Mr. W. S. Aldrich, 67
  • The Calorific Power of Weathered Coals, by Mr. R. S. Hale and H. J. Williams, 67
  • The Mechanical Plant of a Modern Commercial Building, by Mr. W. B. Bryan, 67
  • Experiments on the Flow of Steam through Pipes, by Professor R. C. Carpenter, 67
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, by Dr. Coleman Sellers, 91, 128, 160

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of: 04, 569, 651

  • New Buildings, 204
  • Report of the Council, 204
  • Summer Meeting, 205
  • Officers, Election of, 205
  • Presidency (Sir William White), 205
  • Alloys Research Committee, 205, 210, 259, 294
  • Machinery for Book and General Printing, 08, 327, 365, 414
  • Dinner, 649
  • Presidential Address, Sir W. H. White, 558, 69, 596, 630
  • Evaporative Condensers, by Mr. G. H. V. Oldham, 569, 595, 661, 721, 861. See LETTERS Historical Sketch, 651
  • New Building, 651
  • Conversazione, 651
  • Mechanical Engineering in Shipbuilding, 558, 69, 596, 630
  • Mechanical Mining, 792, 805, 830
  • Mechanical Stoker (Ransome and Rapier's), 677
  • "Mechanical World " Pocket Diary and YearBook, 108
  • Mechanics, Malingering, 619
  • Mechanics in Modern Buildings, 67
  • Melotte Cream Separator, 835
  • Melting Point of Cast Iron, 330
  • Melville. Admiral, on Power Distribution in Warships, 903, 434, 469
  • Merchant Cruisers, 741, 757
  • Merchant Steamers as War Vessels, 741, 757
  • Mersey Bar Sand - Pump Dredging, 761, 789. See LETTERS
  • Mersey Shipbuilding, 60
  • Mersey Tunnel Ventilation, 22
  • Messageries Maritimes Passenger Steamer " Laos," 413, 484, 544
  • Metal Alloys, 205, 210, 259, 294
  • Metal Price Diagram, 24, 156, 290, 462, 592, 718
  • Metallurgical Laboratory, 478

Meteorological Society, Royal:

  • Council's Report, 87
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. F. C. Bayard, 87
  • Phenological Observations, by Mr. E. Mawley, 20
  • The Circulation of the Atmosphere, by Professor W. M. Davis, 220
  • The Prolonged Deficiency of Rain in 1897 and 898, by Mr. F. J. Brodie, 357
  • Climate of Jersey, by the Rev. H. W. Yorke, 57
  • Soil Temperature, by Mr. H. Melish, 526
  • Some Phenomena Connected with the Vertical Circulation of our Atmosphere, by MajorGeneral H. Schaw, 526
  • "At Home," 656
  • The Heavy Falls of Rain Recorded at the Seven Observatories Connected with the Meteorological Office, 1871-98, by Dr. R. H. Scott, 24
  • Self-Recording Anemoscope, by Mr. J. Baxendell, 824
  • Average Height of the Barometer in London, by Mr. A. C. Mossman, 824
  • Meters, Electric, Some Non-Integrating, 757, 68
  • Metric Conversion Tables, 45
  • Metric Screw Threads, International Standard for, 154
  • Metric System, 519, 556, 591, 623, 624, 655, 716. 17, See LETTERS
  • Metric System of Measures and Weights, 295
  • Metropolitan. See London
  • Metropolitan Terminus (Great Central Railway), 66, 208, 242, 276, 310 401, 439
  • Mica Mining in Bengal, 293
  • Microscopic Structure of Gold and Gold Alloys, 7, 146, 254
  • Microscopy and Steel and Iron, 191, 226, 263, 94
  • Middlesbrough Boiler Explosion, 529
  • Milan-Monza Electric Railway, 623
  • Mill, Blooming, in United States Steel Works, 5
  • Millers' Fire Risks, 401
  • Milling Attachment, Lathe (Smart, Erith), 298
  • Milton, Mr. J. T., on Steam Pipes, 408, 465. See LEITER, 487
  • Mineral Railroad, Light, 574
  • Mineral Resources of Chili, 855
  • Mineral Transport by Rail, 752
  • Mines, Electric Lamps in Firedamp, 20
  • Mining, Coal, 762, 791
  • Mining Companies, China, 152
  • Mining, Copper, in Arizona, 477
  • Mining Costs, 478. See 489

Mining Engineers, American Institute of:

  • The Late Albert Ludwig Serlo, 477
  • The Copper Queen Mine of Bisbee, Arizona, by Dr. James Douglas, 477
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. Charles Kirchoff. A Decade of Progress in Reducing Costs, 478, 89
  • The Lay System of Placer Mining, by Mr. 0. A. Moses, 478
  • The Metallurgical Laboratory, by Dr. H. M. Howe, 478
  • The Geological Structure of the Rocky Mountains, by Professor R. H. Chapman, 478
  • Art Castings, by Dr. Raymond, 478
  • Coking in Beehive Ovens of the Coals of the New River District, West Virginia, by Charles Catlett, 478
  • Important Results obtained in the Past Fifteen Years with Stiff and Heavy Rail Sections, by Mr. P. 11. Dudley, 508
  • Excursions, 508
  • Coal-Cutting Machinery, by Mr. E. W. Parker, 08
  • Disintegration of an Alloy of Nickel and Aluminium, by Mr. Sperry, 508
  • The Rich Patch Iron Tract, Virginia, by Mr. II. M. Chance, 509
  • Chromite in North Carolina, by Mr. J. H. Pratt, 509
  • Notes on the Operations of a Light Mineral Railroad, by Mr. James Douglas, 574
  • List of Papers, 574
  • Excursions, 574
  • Mining, Gold, 763, 791. See also Dredging
  • Mining, Lay System of Placer, 478
  • Mining Machinery, 792, 805, 830
  • Mining Machinery, Coal, 508
  • Mining, Mica, in Bengal, 293
  • Mining, United States Copper, 586
  • Miscellanea, 24, 49, 79, 113, 155, 179, 222, 247, 81, 315, 349, 383, 425, 452, 496, 517, 649, 583, 17, 847, 679, 709, 750, 777, 824, 856
  • Mitrailleuse, De Reffye (Schneider), 133
  • Moberly, C. H., on the Waterways of Russia, 37, 9, 170, 267, 371, 638, 727
  • "Mogul" Locomotive, New York Central Railway, 177
  • "Mohegan " Disaster, 22, 88. See 717
  • Moldenke, Dr. R , on Melting Point of Cast Iron, 330
  • Monitors. See Warships
  • Monopolies and the Law, 743
  • Mortising Machine, Vertical (Fay and Co., Cincinatti), 450
  • Morton, President H., on Liquid Air Fallacy, 99
  • "Moskva," T.-S.S. for Russian Volunteer Fleet (Clydebank Company), 626, 674
  • Motive Power in Warships, 556
  • Motor Car Industry, 779
  • Motor Carriages, Electrical, 513
  • Motor, Railway, Geated, 475, 537
  • Motor Vehicles. See Cars, Motor
  • Motors, Electric. See Westinghouse Company and Electric Generators Motors, Fluid Pressure, 187
  • Motors, Railway, Direct-Connected, 670
  • Motors, Traction, 374
  • Mountain Railways, 733, 753
  • Mountings for Guns. See Schneider
  • Munday, Mr. C. F., on Calculating Cross-Curves of Stability, 499
  • Municipal Ethics (Plymouth Water Works), 633
  • Municipal Factories, 181. See LwrrEas
  • Municipal Greed, 520
  • Museum for Advancing Exports, 20
  • Museum, South Kensington, 422
  • Nagasaki Trade, 216
  • Napier, Mr. R. T., on Mechanical Riveters, 806, 31
  • Natal, Engineering in, 22

Naval Architects, Institution of:

  • Report of the Council, 387
  • Membership, Alteration of Rules, 338
  • Address by the Chairman, the Right Hon. the Earl of Hopetoun, G.C.M.G., 388
  • Presentation of Gold Medals to Captain Kriloff, I.R.N., and to Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw, LL.D., 388
  • Trials and Experiments made on H.M.S. " Argonaut," by Sir John Durston, K.C.B , 388, 91, 432
  • Some Steam Trials of Danish Ships, by Captain A. Rasmussen, Royal Danish Navy, 389, 95
  • The Logical Arrangement of Motive Power of Warships, by Commodore G. Melville, Milted States Navy, 403, 434, 469
  • The Stresses at the Discontinuities of "ba Ship's Structure, by Mr. J. Bruhn, 405, 429
  • On the Advantages of Using Tchebyscheff's Rule in Association with the Integrator to obtain Cross-Curves of Stability, by Mr. C. F. Munday, 406, 499
  • Reminiscences of Early Marine Steam Engine Construction and Navigation in the United States of America from 1807 to 1850 (Continued), by Mr. Charles El. Haswell, 408, 434
  • On Steam Pipes, by Mr. J. T. Milton, 408, 465. See LETTERS
  • Portable Pneumatic Riveters for Shipbuilding, by Mr. W. I. Babcock, 441
  • Practical Experience on the Strength of Boilers, by Mr. C. E. Stromeyer, 441
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers for Sea Service, by Mr. James Howden, 442
  • On the Communications Forwarded by Messrs. J. Inglis and A. Denny and Professor Biles on the Subject of Mr. James Hamilton's Paper on the Horse-Power Absorbed by Skin Friction and Wave-Making, by Mr. James Hamilton, 444
  • The Balancing of Engines, with Special Reference to Marine Work, by Professor W. E. Dalby, 445, 530, 561. See LETTERS
  • Concluding Proceedings, 446
  • Naval Contracts, 83
  • Naval Engineers, 58, 149, 186, 255, 289, 322, 390, 84, 624, 785
  • Naval Engineer Officers, 551. See LETTERS
  • Naval Engineer Reforms, 681
  • Naval Fleets of all Nations Compared, 344
  • Naval Guns, Early Types of (Schneider), 315, 02.
  • Naval and Land Guns (Schneider), 133
  • Naval Officers' Duties, 149
  • Naval Practice, Recent, 557
  • Naval War, Lessons of the Spanish-American, 17, 492, 852
  • Naval Year-Book, 344
  • Navy Estimates, 351, 385. See LETTERS, WaterTube, &c., Boilers
  • Neasden Sidings and Sheds (Great Central Railway), 674, 704
  • Needle, Dipping, 604
  • Nelson's Woodwork for Schools, A Course of Manual Training, by Jerome Wallace, 36
  • Nernst Electric Lamp, 1c3. See 285. See LETTERS
  • New York Academy of Science, 589
  • New York Electric Transmission Plants, 183
  • New York Electrical Exhibition, 854
  • New Zealand, Labour in, 455
  • Niagara Falls Power Station, 91, 128, 160
  • Niagara River Bridge, 540, 678, 633, 700. See LErma, 656
  • Nicaragua Canal, 200
  • Nicholson, Mr. E. D., on Chilled Rolls and Why They Break, 297, 332
  • Nickel-Aluminium Alloy, Disintegration, 508
  • Nickel and Iron Alloys, 462
  • Nile River Bridge, 729, 769, 836. See LETTER, 58
  • Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 84
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd, 704
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Eastern Servict Subsidies, 4
  • North German Lloyd. See Norddeutscher
  • Notes from Cleveland and the Northern Counties, 15, 48, 78, 112, 143, 178, 213, 246, 280, 314, 48, 382, 417, 452, 495, 516, 518, 582, 616, 646, 78, 708, 749, 776, 814, 849
  • Notes, Foreign and Colonial. 15, 247
  • Notes from the North, 14, 48, 78, 112, 142, 178, 12, 244, 270, 314, 348, 382, 416, 452, 494, 516, 48, 582, 616, 646, 677, 708, 749, 776, 814, 848
  • Notes from the South-West, 15, 48, 78, 113, 143, 78, 213, 246, 280, 315, 348, 383, 417, 452, 496, 16, 549, 583, 616, 647, 678, 709, 749, 776, 815, 49
  • Notes from South Yorkshire, 14, 48, 78, 112, 142, 78, 212, 246, 280, 314, 318, 382, 417, 452, 495, 16, 548, 582, 616, 646, 678, 708, 749, 776, 814, 48
  • Notes from the United States, 11, 45, 120, 156, 74, 277, 313, 358, 390, 451, 494, 526, 592, 615, 54, 677, 708, 747, 784, 823, 856

Obituary :

  • "Oceanic," White Star Liner (Harland and Wolff), 53, 75. See LETTERS
  • Oesterreichische Ingenieur and Architekten Verein, 713
  • Oil, Conversion of Raw into Boiled, 238
  • Oil Engines. See Engines
  • Oil Films on Water and Colour, 715
  • Oil Fuel, 460
  • Old Age Pensions, 421
  • Oldham, Mr. H. G. V., on Evaporative Condensers, 569, 595, 661, 721, 861 See LETTERS
  • Oliver Typewriter' 555
  • Omdurman, 5-In. Howitzers at, 253
  • Open-Hearth Furnaces, Tilting, 604, 613
  • Opening for Goods Traffic (Great Central Railway), 496
  • Opening for Passenger Traffic (Great Central Railway), 337
  • Optics and Acoustics, 170
  • Ordnance. See Guns and Schneider
  • Ordnance Factories, Management of, 182
  • Ordnance and Fortification Department (Schneider), 133, 174, 201, 235, 277, 308, 341
  • Ore Transport on the Great Lakes, 715
  • Ore, Transportation of, 119
  • Ore-Working Plant in United States, 3
  • Oscillograph, Duddell's, 587
  • Ovens, By-Product Coke, 802, 829
  • Packing, Compensating Split, 555
  • Paddle Engines. See Engines
  • Pain, Mr. A. C., on Light Railways, 733, 753
  • Paints, Preservative, for Iron, 238
  • Papermaker and Fire Protection, €6
  • Paris Colonial Institute, 5S7
  • Paris Electric Cabs, 233, 269
  • Paris Exhibition, 52, 150, 844
  • "Paris" and " Stella," Stranding of S.SS., 717. See 22, 88
  • Parker, Mr. Thomas, on Power for Tramways,
  • Railways, and Cars, 740, 756. See LETTER, 85
  • Parliamentary Employers' Council, 283
  • Parshall, Mr. H. F., on Electrical Power Transmission, 769, 796
  • Parshall, Mr. H. F., on Glasgow Tramways, 397
  • Parshall, Mr. H. F., and Hobart, H. M., on Electric Generators. See Electric Generators Passenger Business on the Atlantic, 151
  • Passenger Lift at Central London Railway, 273, 06
  • Passenger Station, Marylebone (Great Central Railway), 208, 242, 275, 310
  • Patent Litigation, Carbide, 525
  • Patents in Ex-Spanish Colonies, 656
  • Patents, Foreign, in Japan, 121
  • Patents and Foreign Patentees, English, 23
  • Patents, Prolongation of, 319
  • Patent Record, 33, 63, 97, 131, 163, 197, 231, 265, 99, 333, 367, 399, 436, 471, 501, 533, 667, 601, 31, 663, 693, 725, 759, 797, 833, 867
  • Pencoyd Iron Works and Atbara Bridge, 729, 69, 836. See LETTER, 858
  • Penmaenmawr Accident in Wales, London and North-Western Railway, 77
  • Pensions, Old Age, 421
  • Pentane, Thermal Properties of Normal, 721
  • Persia and Russia, 461
  • Persian Gulf and Arabia Trade, 337
  • Peru, Locomotives in, 689
  • Peterhead Breakwater, Waves and their Effects on, 761, 789, 790
  • Petroleum Engines. See Engines
  • Phenological Observations, 220
  • Photographic Surveying, 554
  • Photography, Colour, 818
  • Photography, Micro. See Microscopic

Physical Society :

  • The Equivalent Resistance and Inductance of a Wire to an Oscillatory Discharge, by Dr. E. H. Barton, 158
  • The Volume Changes which Accompany Solution, by Mr. T. H. Lockwood, 159
  • Annual Meeting, 229
  • President's Address (Professor Oliver Lodge), 29
  • A New Form bf Amperemeter and Voltmeter with a Long Scale, by Mr. Ben Davies, 230
  • The Joule-Thomson Effect and its Connection with the Characteristic Equation, and Some of its Thermodynamical Consequences, by Mr. Watson, 279
  • The Wehnelt Current Interrupter, by Mr. A. A. Campbell Swinton, 428. See 218, 356, 818
  • An Apparatus for Determination of the Rate of Diffusion of Solids Dissolved in Liquids, by Mr. A Griffiths, 428
  • The Source of Energy in Diffusive Convection, by Mr. A. Griffiths, 438
  • The Minor Variations of the Clark Cell, by Mr. A. P. Trotter, 470
  • The Criterion for the Oscillatory Discharge of a Condenser, by Dr. E. H. Barton and Mr. W. B. Morton, 470
  • The Effects of a Solid Conducting Sphere in a Variable Magnetic Field on the Magnetic Induction at the Point Outside, by Mr. C. S. Whitehead, 594
  • Standardising Thermometers, by Mr. R. A. Lehfeldt, 591
  • On the Vapour Pressure of Solutions of Volatile Substances, by Dr. Lehfeldt, 692
  • On the Criterion for an Oscillatory Discharge of a Condenser, by Professor W. B. Morton and Dr. Barton, 692
  • Quadrant Electrometer for Alternating Currents, by Mr. Addenbrooke, 692
  • The Thermal Properties of Normal Pentane (Part II.), by Professor S. Young and Mr. Rose Innes, 721
  • The Distribution of Magnetic Induction in a Long Iron Bar, by Mr. C. G. Lamb, 785
  • The Absolute Value of the Freezing Point, by Mr. Rose Innes, 785
  • On the Magnetic Hysteresis of Cobalt, by Professor Fleming, Mr. A. W. Ashton, and Mr. H. J. Tomlinson, 860
  • Physical Tables (Discussion), 860
  • Picketing, the Law of, 153, 521
  • Pile-Driving with Water Jet, 674
  • Pile Foundation, Deep, 120
  • Pipe Flange, Copper Steam, 487
  • Pipes, Experiments of Steam Flow Through, 7
  • Pipes, Steam, 408, 465. See LETTER, 487
  • Pipes, Steam Main, for Electric Stations, 301. See LETTERS
  • Piston Packing, 525, 555. See LETTER, 556
  • Piston Packing Rings, 556
  • Pitt, Mr. W., on Cranes, 801, 829
  • Placer Mining, Lay System of, 478
  • Plane, Rough Inclined, Graphical Treatment of the Problem of, 499
  • Plate-Shearing Machine, Heavy (Hilles and Jones Company, Wilmington, Del.), 12
  • Plateways in Lancashire, 147
  • Platform at Marylebone Station, Roof (Great Central Railway), 276, 310
  • Platinum Thermometer, 675
  • Plymouth Water Works Engineer, 683
  • Pneumatic Electric Signalling Plant, 773, 824
  • Pneumatic Riveters for Shipbuilding, Portable, 41
  • Pneumatic Riveting, 806, 831
  • Poor Relief and Strikes, 490
  • Potash, Chlorate of, 683
  • Powder Magazine Explosions, 665. See LETTERS
  • Power Distribution in Warships, 403, 434, 469
  • Power in Germany, Machine and Hand, 20
  • Power and Lighting, Electric (Schneider), 233
  • Power Station, Niagara Falls, 91, 128, 160
  • Power on Tramways, Light Railways, and Motor Cars, 740, 756. See LETTER, 785
  • Power Transmission, Electrical, 769, 796
  • Power Transmission, High Voltage, 249. See LETTERS
  • Power Transmissions, Two Large Electric, 183
  • Power Transmitted, Variations of Belt Tension with, 67
  • Pownall, Mr. C. A. W., on Mountain Railways, 33. 753
  • Powrie, Mr. William, on Printing Machinery, 208, 27, 365, 414
  • Preece, Sir W. H., Opening Address to Engineering Conference, 748
  • Premium Plan of Paying for Labour, 526
  • Preservation and Fireproofing of Wood, 258
  • Pressure, Vapour, of Volatile Substance, 692
  • Printers' Fire Risks, 401
  • Printers' Year Book and Diary, 108
  • Printing Machinery, 208, 327, 365, 414
  • Prolongation of Patents, 319
  • Propeller Experiments for Warships, 556
  • Proving Grounds (Schneider), 341, 342
  • Pumping, Steam Used in, 41
  • Pumps, Air, Electrically Driven (Allen, Beaford), 312
  • Pumps at Brighton, Ashley's Deep-Well (Glenfield Company), 140
  • Punching Machine, Double-Ended, with Side Shears, 848
  • Punching, Shearing, and Bending Machine (Striven), 707
  • Purification of Coal Gas, Residual Products, 807. 32. See LETTER, 857
  • Quadrant Electrometer, 692
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Queen's, New, Yacht, The, 620, 641
  • Queensland Railways, 714
  • Quick-Firing Guns and Breech Mechanism (Schneider), 509, 575, 610, 635, 671, 700, 731, 11
  • Radial Drilling and Tapping Machine (Russian Company, Charkow), 513
  • Rail Lifter (Cito and Funck), 859
  • Rail Sections, 508
  • Railroad, Light Mineral, 574
  • Rails, Alloys for, 291
  • Rails, The Economy of Heavy, 67, 62
  • Rails, Wear of Steel, 87
  • Railway Automatic Couplings, 123, 323, 356, 645
  • Railway Bank and Cutting Earth Slips, 799, 826
  • Railway Bridges. See Bridges
  • Railway Buffer and Draught Gear, White and Burke's, 123
  • Railway, Burma and China, 457
  • Railway Car Lighting, Acetylene, 391
  • Railway Carriage Window, Hill's, 39J
  • Railway Companies, China, 152
  • Railway Construction, United Kingdom, 225
  • Railway Coupling, Automatic (Laycock's), 645. See 123, 323, 356
  • Railway Electric Generator, 100, 732
  • Railway, Electric Lift for Central London, 273
  • Railway, Electric, Milan-Monza, 623
  • Railway Fog-Signalling, 735, 863
  • Railway Generators, Direct-Connected, 844
  • Railway, Great Central. See Great Central Railway
  • Railway Loan, Chinese Imperial, 219
  • Railway Mineral Wagons, 762
  • Railway Motors, Direct Connected, 670, 844
  • Railway Motors, Geared, 475, 537
  • Railway Nationalisation, Japan, 716
  • Railway, Siberian, 494, 855
  • Railway Signalling, Lock-and-Block, 733, 753
  • Railway Signalling Plant, Electro-Pneumatic, 73, 824
  • Railway Speed, London to Crewe, 783
  • Railway Surveying in Burma, 390
  • Railway Train Resistance, 182
  • Railway Work at Chicago, Heavy, 219
  • Railway Year-Book for 1899, 448
  • Railways, Argentine, 529
  • Railways, Chinese, 781
  • Railways, Cost of Australian, 251
  • Railways, French, 494, 686
  • Railways, Indian, Unguaranteed, 747
  • Railways, Indian, 21
  • Railways, Japan, 473
  • Railways, Light, 666, 733, 753
  • Railways, Light, in France, 74
  • Railways, Little, for South Africa, 82. See LETTERS
  • Railways, Mountain, 733, 753
  • Railways, Queensland, 714
  • Railways, Relaying, 793, 826
  • Railways, Russian, 653
  • Railways in Siam, 254
  • Railways, South African, 885
  • Railways, Traction on Light, 740, 756
  • Railways in Western Australia, 217
  • Rain Deficiency of 1897 and 1898, 357
  • Rainfall Records, 824
  • Rasmussen, Captain, on Steam Trials of Danish Ships, 389, 395
  • Rates, Shipping, 780
  • Recorder, Callendar's Electrical, 675
  • Recovery of by-Products, 18
  • Recovery of Gold Appliances, 840
  • Refuse Destructors, 458
  • Regent's Canal, and Wharf and Roof (Great Central Railway), 439. See Erratum, 558
  • Relaying Railways, 799, 826
  • Reservoir, Staines, 526
  • Residual Products from Coal Gas, 807, 832
  • Resistants, Equivalent, and Inductance of Wire to an Oscillatory Discharge, 158
  • Resistance, Train, 182
  • Restraint of Trade, Law as to, 743
  • Retort Charring Machinery, 810, 832
  • Rhenish Gelignite, 22
  • Richmond Motor Car Exhibition, 782, 823. See LETTERS, 824,.858
  • Rifles, Evolution at Enfield, 185
  • Rims, Strength of Wheel, 10
  • Ring, Stresses in a Circular, 324
  • Rings, Piston Packing, 556
  • Rings, Shipping, 780
  • Riveters, Portable Pneumatic, 441
  • Rivers in Russia, 37, 99, 170, 267, 371, 638, 27
  • Riveting by Machinery, 806, 831
  • Road Making by the Romans, 437
  • Road Plateways, 147
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, on Alloys, 205, 21 59, 294
  • Rocky Mountains, Geology, 478
  • Rolling Mills, United States, 3. See 65
  • Rolls, Chilled, and Why They Break, 297, 332. See LETTERS, Chilled Rolls
  • Roofs, Station, &c. See Great Central Railway
  • Ropeway, Aerial, at Cement Works, Northfleet, 44. See also Cableway
  • Ross, Mr. Alexander, on Lock-and-Block Signalling, 733, 753
  • Rotterdam Harbour Electric Plant, 150
  • Row Evaporative Surface Condensers, 723
  • Rowan's Electric Riveter, 806. See 831
  • Royal Engineers, 22, 58, 88, 220, 221, 256
  • Royal Society's Soirée, 587, 818
  • Royal Yacht, The New, 620, 641
  • Rubber Manufacture, India, 217
  • Russia and Persia, 461
  • Russia, Waterways of, 37, 99, 170, 267, 371, 638, 27
  • Russian-English Agreement in China, 620
  • Russian Ice-Breaking Steamer " Ermack," 252, 12. See 383
  • Russian Railways, 653
  • Russian Volunteer T.-S.S. " Moskva" (Clydebank Company), 626, 674
  • Russo-British Trade Relations, 650
  • Ruud, Mr. Edwin, on Gas Engines, 344
  • Saccardo's System of Tunnel Ventilation, 853
  • "Salvo," Tug, T.-S. (Eltringham), 644
  • Sand-Drying Furnaces (Great Central Railway), 04
  • Sand-Pump Dredgers, 761, 789. See LETTERS
  • Sandberg, Mr. C. P., on the Economy of Using Heavy Rails, 57, 62
  • Sandeman, Mr. J. W., on Breakwaters, 761, 790
  • Sanitary Safety, 425
  • Santiago, United States Artillery, 852
  • Santiago, War, 317, 492
  • Saw Guard at Crewe Works, 463
  • Saw Guard, Scott's Circular, 25
  • Saw Guards, Circular (Glover), 291. See Erratum, 16
  • Scaling Boilers, Hammer for, 527
  • Schichau, Torpedo-Boat Destroyers for China, 08
  • Schneider and Co.'s Works. Crensot: 33, 174, 201, 235, 277, 303, 341, 375, 403, 446, 82, 509, 575, 610, 635, 671, 700, 731, 811 0-Centimetre Gun (1892), 375 2-Centimetre Gun (1835), 375 2-Centimetre Gun (1890), 375 4-Centimetre Gun on Pivoting Mount, 378 4-Centimetre Gun on Circular Slide, 403 5-Centimetre Gun on Muzzle Pivoting and Central Pivoting Mounting, 403 7-Centimetre Gun on Central Pivoting Mounting, 446 2-Centimetre Gun, 40 Calibres in Length, 447 1-in. Gun on Front Pivoting Mounting,
  • Schneider-Canet System, 446 5-Millimetre Gun on Boat Mount (1886), 375 38 6 - Millimetre Gun on Muzzle Pivoting Mount, 378 40-Millimetre Naval Gun, 448
  • Breech Mechanism. of Quick-Firing Guns, 509 75, 610, 635, 671, 700, 731, 811
  • Bronze Guns, 133
  • Canet-Schneider Artillery, 344, 375, 403, 448
  • Chambering 24-Centimetre Gun, 203
  • De Reffye Mitrailleuse and Field Gun, 133
  • Early Guns, 133, 174
  • Electric Power and Lighting Station, 235
  • Field Gun, De Reffye System, 133
  • Firing Devices, Quick-Firing Guns, 575, 610 35, 671, 700, 731, 811
  • French State Railway Locomotive, 514
  • Gun Manufacture, 133, 174, 201, 235, 277, 308, 41
  • Guns, Naval, Early Types of, 375, 402
  • Hoc Proving Ground, Havre, 342
  • Land and Naval Guns, 133
  • Lighting and Power, Electric, 235
  • Mitrailleuse, De Reffye System, 133
  • Mountings for Guns, 375, 378, 403
  • Naval Guns, Early Types of, 375, 402
  • Naval and Land Guns, 133
  • Ordnance and Fortification Department, 133, 74, 201, 235, 277, 308, 341
  • Power and Lighting, Electric, 235
  • Proving Grounds, 311, 342
  • Quick-Firing Guns and Breech Mechanism, 82, 509, 575, 610, 635, 671, 700, 731, 811
  • Schneider-Canet Artillery, 344, 375, 403, 446
  • Tancarville, Long Range Proving Ground, 312
  • Tubes for Quick-Firing Guns, 482, 509
  • Villedieu Proving Ground, Creusot, 341
  • Science, Language of, 318
  • Scotch Shipbuilding, 70
  • Scott's Circular Saw Guard, 25
  • Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Screw Threads, International Standard for Metric, 154
  • Sea Depths, Sounding, 169
  • Sea Encroachment and Case Groynes, 110
  • Sea Routes, The World's, 201
  • Sea, Signalling at, 1, 105
  • Seamen and the Employers' Liability Act, 287
  • Seasoning Wood by Electricity, 154
  • Self-Propelled Car. See Care, Motor
  • Sellers, Dr. Coleman, on Niagara Power Station, 1, 128, 160
  • Sell's Directories, 191
  • Sentry, James, for Submarine Survey, 167
  • Sewage, Copenhagen, 84
  • Sewage Sludge Treatment by Bacteria, 765, 795
  • Shanghai, Industrial Progress, 320
  • Shaw, Professor. See Hele-Shaw
  • Shearing, Bending, and Punching Machine (Striven and Co., Leeds), 707
  • Shearing Machine, Plate (Hilles and Jones Company), 12
  • Sheds, Harbour, 736, 754, 773
  • Sheds, Locomotive and Carriage, at Neasden (Great Central Railway), 674, 704
  • Shields, Mr. William, on Breakwaters and Wave Effects, 761, 789, 790
  • Ship Collision Mats, 147
  • Ship Disasters and Bulkheads, 22, 88. See 717
  • Ship Losses, Lloyd's Return, 185, 286
  • Ship Manoeuvring, Danish, 389, 395
  • Ship Resistance, Horse-Power Absorbed by, 444
  • Ship Stability, Tchebycheff's Rule, 406
  • Ship Subsidies, German, 84
  • Shipbuilder and Fire Protection, 67
  • Shipbuilders, Portable Pneumatic Riveters for, 41, 808, 831
  • Shipbuilding in Belgium, 109
  • Shipbuilding Boom, 83
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering in 1898, 25, 60, 70,
  • Shipbuilding and Mechanical Engineering, 558, 69, 596, 630
  • Shipbuilding, Naval and Mercantile, 388
  • Shipbuilding Returns, 494
  • Shipping Bounties in France, 853
  • Shipping Bounties in Japan, 712
  • Shipping, British, 286
  • Shipping, Japan, 84, 712
  • Shipping Rings, 780
  • Shipping Routes, The World's, 201
  • Shipping World Year-Book, 344
  • Ships and Docks, Sizes of, 736, 754
  • Ships, Electro-Deposition of Copper on Hulls, 15, 357
  • Ships Sold to Foreigners, 286
  • Ships' Stability, Calculating Cross Curves of, 99
  • Ships, Structural Strength of, 405, 429
  • Shipwrecks, &c., 185, 286
  • Shop Clubs, 419
  • Siam, Progress in, 264
  • Siberian Railway, 494, 855
  • Signalling, Lock-and-Block, 733, 753
  • Signalling Plant, Electro - Pneumatic Railway, 73, 824
  • Signalling, Railway Fog, 735, 863
  • Signalling at Sea, Sound, 1, 105
  • Sigebie Sounding Apparatus for Submarine Survey, 101
  • Silvertown Sounding Apparatus for Submarine Survey, 101
  • Sinkers for Submarine Survey, 36
  • Slips of Earthworks in Cuttings, &c., 790, 826
  • Sludge, Sewage, Bacterial Treatment, 765, 795
  • Smith, Mr. A. M., on Mica Mining in Bengal, 293
  • Smoke Nuisance in its Legal Aspect, 302
  • Soil Temperature, 526
  • Soirees, 587, 589, 651, 744, 818
  • Solution of Simultaneous Equations, 255
  • Solution, Volume Changes which Accompany, 69
  • Soudan Trade, 391
  • Sound Signalling at Sea, 1, 103
  • Sounding Apparatus, Cooper and Wigzell's, 451 See Submarine Survey
  • Sounding Instruments for Submarine Survey 6, 101, 451
  • South Africa, Guide to, 108
  • South Africa, Little Railways for, 82. See LETTERS
  • South African Railways, 835
  • South Kensington Museum, 422
  • Southampton Dacks Electric Plant, 159
  • Southend Municipal Greed, 520
  • Spanish-American War, 317, 492
  • Spanish-American War, United States Gun Fire, 52
  • Specifications, London County Council, 683
  • Speed of Motor Cycles, 779
  • Speed of Ships and Depth of Water (Danish), 89, 395
  • Split Packing, Compensating, 555
  • Spontaneous Ignition of Charcoal, 153
  • Sprague Electric Elevator at Central London Railway,.273, 306
  • S.S. "Ultonia," Engines of the (Furness, Westgarth, and Co.), 276
  • St. Gothard Tunnel Ventilation, s53
  • Stability, Calculating Cross-Curves of, 499
  • Stability of Ships, Tchebycheff's Rule, 406
  • Stability of Tank Locomotives, 121
  • Staines Reservoir, 526
  • Standard for Metric Screw Threads, International, 154
  • Standardising Thermometers, 594
  • Station Buildings at Marylebone (Great Central Railway), 208, 242
  • Stations, Railway. See Great Central Railway
  • Stead, Mr. J. E., on Crystalline Structure of Iron and Steel, 191, 226, 263
  • Steam Consumption, 51
  • Steam Flow through Pipes, Experiments on, 67
  • Steam Gauge, Deveril's, 718
  • Steam Heating of Buildings, 357
  • Steam Jacketing on Trials of " Argonaut," 383, 91, 432. See LETTER, 487
  • Steam Lorries at the Royal Agricultural Show, 20
  • Steam Main Pipes for Electric Stations, 301. See LETTERS
  • Steam Mining Plant, 792, 805, 830
  • Steam Pipes, 408, 465. See LErrEits, 487
  • Steam Traps for very High Pressures, 719
  • Steam Trials of Danish Ships, 389, 395
  • Steam Trials of H.M.SS. See Warships
  • Steam, Utilisation of, 41
  • Steam Yacht " Faroslawila" (Schichau), 11
  • Steamer, Ice-Breaking, for Russia, " Ermack," 52, 412. See 383
  • Steamer "Laos," French Passenger Steamer, 13, 484, 544
  • Steamer " Moskva," for Russian Volunteer Fleet (Clydebank Company), 626, 674
  • Steamer, "Oceanic," White Star (Harland and Wolff), 53, 75. See LETTERS
  • Steamer, Tug, " Salvo," 644
  • Steamer " Ultonia" Engines (Furness, Westgarth, and Co.), 276
  • Steamers, Cargo, 763, 793
  • Steamers, Channel, 740, 756
  • Steamers, Disabled, 88
  • Steamers and Docks, Sizes of, 736, 751
  • Steamers in Graving Docks, 805, 831
  • Steamers, Loading and Discharging Large, 736, 64, 773
  • Steamers, Merchant,•as War Vessels, 741, 767
  • Steamers, Swift Channel, 740, 756
  • Steamships, Ballasting of, 690
  • Steamships, Early, 557, 591, 624
  • Steel Casting Temperature, 805, 830
  • Steel Crystalline Structure, 191, 205, 210, 220, 59, 263, 294
  • Steel, Diffusion of Elements in, 604
  • Steel, Diffusion of Sulphides through, 128
  • Steel Direct from Blast-Furnace, 610
  • Steel Furnace, Tilting Open-Hearth, 604, 613
  • Steel and Iron Alloys, 205, 210, 259
  • Steel and Iron, Cast, 609
  • Steel and Iron Making, United States, 489
  • Steel and Iron Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 64
  • Steel Rails, Wear of, 87, 294
  • Steel Trust, Carnegie, 622
  • Steel, Use of Hot Blast in Making, 604
  • Steel Works, Ohio, Lorain, 3, 65
  • "Stella," Stranding of S.S. " Paris" and, 717. See 22, 88
  • Stephen, The Late Mr. Alex., 686
  • "Stock Exchange Year-Book, " 103
  • Stoker, Automatic (Ransome and Rapier's), 77
  • Stoking Gas Retorts Mechanically, 810, 832
  • Storage Batteries, 194
  • Storekeeping in Naval Ships, 681
  • Stranding of " S.S. " Paris and " Stella," 717. See 22, 68
  • Stream-Line Motion, Professor Hele-Shaw's Experiments, 28
  • Street Railroad Location, 236
  • Strength of Boilers, 851
  • Strength of Boilers, Practical Experience, 441
  • Strength of Ships, Structural, 405, 429
  • Strength of Wheel Rims, 10
  • Stresses in a Circular Ring, 324
  • Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 564
  • Strike at Creusot, 744
  • Strikes and Poor Relief, 490
  • Stromeyer, Mr. C. E„ on the Strength of Boilers, 41
  • Stroud Boiler Explosion, 686
  • Structural Strength of Ships, 405, 429
  • Structure (Crystalline) of Iron and Steel, 191, 26, 263. See Microscopy
  • Submarine Survey, 35, 101, 167. See 451
  • Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 120
  • Submarine Telegraphy, 561
  • Subsidence and the Law of Supports, 712
  • Subsidies, German Ship, 84 ; France, 853; japan/ 12
  • Sugar Chemistry of Beet, 169
  • Sulphides, Diffusion through Steel, 128
  • Summerfleld, Mr. R., on Steam Pipes, 301
  • Surveys, Submarine, 351 108, 167. See 451
  • Surveying, Hydrograplucal, 139
  • Surveying, Photographic, 654
  • Sweden Telephones (State), 664
  • Swedish Iron Ore Mines, Gellivare, 603
  • Swedish State Railways, Locomotives for, 320
  • Swinburne, Mr. James, on Electrical Transformation, 758, 767
  • Swing-Bridge over Harlem River, 256
  • Tancarville Long - Range Proving Ground (Schneider), 342
  • Tank Locomotives, The Stability of, 121
  • Tariff, Japanese, 20
  • Tchebycheff's Rule, Stability of Ships, 406
  • Tees Shipbuilding, 26
  • Telegraph Companies, Submarine, 120. See Cable
  • Telegraphy, Magnetic Space, 31, 94, 124, 321, 56, 360, 449
  • Telegraphy, Submarine, 561. See also Surveys
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 321, 356, 360, 449, 585. See 31, 94, 124
  • Telephones in Sweden, State, 654
  • Telford Libraries at Langholin and Westerkirk, 54
  • Temperature, Casting, of Steel, 805, 830
  • Temperature, Soil, 526
  • "Terrible," Disaster on H.M.S., 461.
  • Test Bars, Cast Iron, 545
  • Testing Locomotives, 22
  • Testing Materials for Machinery, 307
  • Testing Station, Fire, in London, 141, 187, 517, 07, 777, 864
  • Thames Flood Water, Filtered, 761, 793
  • Thames Shipbuilding, 60
  • Theisen's Condensers, 661
  • Thermal Analysis of Metal Stresses, 564
  • Thermal, Joule-Thomson Effect, and Some of Its Consequences, 279
  • Thermal Properties of Normal Pentane, 721
  • Thermo-Electric Combination, 656
  • Thermometer, Platinum, 675
  • Thermometers, Standardising, 594
  • Thomson's Boiler-Tube Stopper, 719
  • Thomson, The Late Mr. Frank; 819
  • Thornycroft Water-Tube Boiler Patent, 319
  • Tilting Open-Hearth Furnaces, 604, 613
  • Timber, Electric Seasoning of, 154
  • Timber Preservation and Fireproofing, 258
  • Tin and Copper, 746
  • Tin, The Position of, 421
  • Tinplate Trust, 853
  • Titan Crane, 28-Ton (Cowan, Sheldon, and Co. 84
  • Titan Cranes, Block-Setting, 88, 121
  • Tools, British v. United States Machine, 800, 827
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers: See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Toulon Explosion (Magazines), 665. See LETTERS
  • Toward Water-Tube Boiler for Motor Cars, 497
  • Town Water Supply per Head of Population, 64, 795
  • Traction, Electric, 740, 766, 768, 796. See LETTER, 85
  • Traction Motors, 374
  • Traction, Electric Railway Motors. See Electric Generators
  • Trade in Germany, Progress of, 250
  • Trade Marks, 118
  • Trade Names, 118
  • Trade, Restraint of, 743
  • Trade Union Funds, 781
  • Trade Union Malingering Mechanics, 619
  • Trade Unionism, The Future of, 117, 126
  • Trade Unionism in Germany, 746
  • Train Resistance, 182
  • Tmite Theorique et Pratique des Moteurs h Gaz et k Petrole et des Voitures Automobile, by Aime Witz, 235
  • Tramway Location, 235
  • Tramways. See also Electric Generators and Traction Tramways, Glasgow Electric, 397
  • Tramways and Municipal Greed, 520
  • Tramways, Traction on, 740, 756
  • Transatlantic Passengers, 151
  • Transformation, Electrical, 758, 767
  • Transmission Dynamometer, 485
  • Transmission of Electrical Power, 769, 796
  • Transmission of Power, High Voltage, 249. See LETTERS
  • Transport in Ancient Times, 437
  • Transport of Minerals by Rail, 752, 800, 827
  • Transport of Ore on the Great Lakes, 716
  • Transportation of Iron Ore, 119
  • Trials, Steam, of Danish Ship, 389, 495
  • Trials, Steam of, H.M. SS. See Warships
  • Tricycles. See Cyees
  • Triple-Expansion. See Engine
  • Triple v. Twin Screws for Ships, 403, 434, 469
  • Trowbridge, Boiler Explosion at, 21
  • Trust Developments, 214
  • Trust Mania, United States, 526
  • Trust, Tinplate, 421, 853
  • Trusts and the Law, 743
  • Trusts and United States Competition, 711
  • Tube Bursting on H.M.S. " Terrible," 461
  • Tube Making by Extrusion, 12
  • Tube Stopper, Boiler, 719
  • Tubes for Quick-Firing Guns (Schneider), 482, 09
  • Tug, Twin-Screw, " Salvo" (Eltringham, South Shields), 644
  • Tunnel Ventilation, 22
  • Tunnel Ventilation, St. Gothard, 853
  • Tunnelling and Compressed Air Illness, 486, 557
  • Tunnelling on the Metropolitan Section (Great Central Railway), 337, 479
  • Turbine Installation near Worcester, 703
  • Turner, Mr. C. A. P. on Thermal Analysis of Stresses, 564
  • Twin-Screw Engines. See'Enoines
  • Twin v. Triple Screws in Warships, 403, 434, 69
  • Twinberrow's Railway Mineral Wagons, 752
  • Tyne Shipbuilding, 25
  • Typewriter, Oliver, 556
  • Tyres, India-rubber Carriaze, 457
  • "Ultonia," Engines of the S.S. (Furness, West Barth, and Co.), 276
  • Umbrella Roof at Regent's Canal (Great Central Railway), 439. See Erratum, 558
  • Underpinning, Law as to, 712
  • Underpinning on the Metropolitan Section (Great Central Railway), 479
  • Union, Trade, Funds, 781
  • United Kingdom Railway Construction, 225
  • United States Artillery at Santiago, 317, 492, 852
  • United States v. British Locomotives, 688, 785
  • United States v. British Machine Tools, 800, 827
  • United States Competition and the Trusts, 711
  • United States Copper Mining, 586
  • United States Cycle Competition, 685
  • United States Gun Explosion, 493
  • United States Iron and Steel, 221
  • United States Iron and Steel Making, 489
  • United States Labour Premiums, 526
  • United States Lakes and the Atlantic, Canadian Canal, 134
  • United States Lakes, Transport of Ore on the, 16
  • United States Marine Engines, Early, 408, 434
  • United States Steel and Iron Works, 3, 65
  • United States Steel Trust (Carnegie's), 622
  • United States Tools and Competition, 199. See LETTERS
  • United States Triple-Screw Ships, 403, 434, 469
  • United States Trust Mania, 526
  • Universal Electrical Directory (J. A. Berly's), 44
  • University, Birmingham, 684
  • Vapour Pressure of the Volatile Substances, 692
  • Vauxhall Bridge Construction, Cableway for, 62
  • Ventilation, St. Gothard Tunnel, 853
  • Ventilation, Tunnel, 22
  • Vickers' Gun, Breech Mechanism, 76
  • "Victoria and Albert," the New Royal Yacht, 20, 641
  • Victoria Works, Sheffield (Mr. W. S. Laycock's), 99
  • Villedieu Proving Ground, Creusot (Schneider), 41
  • Volatile Substances, Vapour Pressures from, 692
  • Volga, Canals in Connection with River, 37, 99, 70, 267, 371, 638, 727
  • Voltmeter and Amperemeter, 230
  • Voltmeter, Elliott's Recording, 230
  • Volume Changes which accompany Solution, 59
  • Wagons, Railway, Mineral, 752
  • War, Spanish-American, 317, 492, 85z
  • War Vessels, Merchant Steamers as, 741, 757
  • Warehouse, Goods (Great Central Railway 01
  • Warehouses, Harbour, 736, 754, 773

Warships :

  • British Navy Estimates, 351, 385
  • British Warships Ordered, 83
  • British Warships, Storekeeping and Engineers' Complements, 681
  • China Torpedo-Boat Destroyers (Sehichau), 08
  • Danish Ships, Steam Trials, 389, 395
  • Destroyers for Sea Service, 442
  • Distribution of Power in Warships, 403, 434, 69
  • French Naval Annual, 344
  • H.M. Navy Estimates and Ships, 351, 358. See LETTERS, Water-Tube, 4.:e. Boilers
  • H.M.S. " Amphitrite" Trials and Coal Consumption of Auxiliary Engines, 389, 491, 522. See 524, 556, 557, 745
  • H.M.S. " Argonaut's" Trials, 388;391, 432. See LETTERS
  • H.M.S. " Ariadne," Steam Trials (Clydebank), 85
  • H.M.S. " Glory," Floating Out (Laird), 358
  • H.M.S. " Hermes," Trials of the, 745
  • H.M.S. Machinery, 311, 658, 569, 596, 630
  • H.M.S. " Terrible," Disaster on the, 461. See LETTERS
  • Japanese Armoured Cruiser " Asama," (Elswick), 277
  • Japanese Battleship Armour (Brown), 47
  • Japanese Torpedo- Boats, 119
  • Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer " Akebono" (Yarrow), 847
  • Machinery of Warships, 311, 558, 569, 596, 630
  • Merchant Cruisers, 741, 757
  • Motive Power in Warships, 556
  • Naval Fleets of all Nations Compared, 344
  • Russian Volunteer T.-S.S. " Moskva " (Clydebank Company), 626, 674
  • Spanish-American War, Lessons of the, 317, 92, 852
  • Triple v. Twin Screws for Ships, 403, 434, 469
  • U.S. Triple-Screw Ships, 403, 434, 469
  • Washing Plant, Hop, 821
  • Waste of Shipping, 185
  • Water Depth and Speed of Ships (Danish), 389, 95
  • Water Electric Power Station at Niagara, 91, 28, 160
  • Water, Filtered Flood, 764, 793
  • Water Jet for Pile Driving, 674
  • Water Pipes, Destruction of Iron, 321
  • Water Power Installation near Worcester, 705
  • Water Resistance, Hele - Shaw's Experiments, 8
  • Water Supply per Head of Population, 764, 795
  • Water Supply, London, 115, 526, 764, 793
  • Water-Tube Boiler Circulation and the " Terrible," 691
  • Water-Tube Boiler of S.S. " Laos," 544
  • Water-Tube Boiler Locomotive, 741, 772
  • Water-Tube Boiler for Motor Cars (Toward, Newcastle), 497
  • Water-Tube Boiler Patent (Thornycroft), 319
  • Water-Tube Boiler, White and Forster's, 108. See LETTERS
  • Water-Tube v. Cylindrical Boilers, 424, 442
  • Water-Tube Marine Boilers, 311
  • Water Works Engineer, Plymouth, 683
  • Water Works of the Madras Presidency, 175
  • Water Works Pumps at Brighton, Ashley's (Glenfield Company), 140
  • Water Works Reservoir at Staines, 526
  • Waterways of Russia, 37, 99, 170, 267, 371, 638, 27
  • Watson, Mr. James, on Water Supply per Head of Population, 764, 795
  • Waves and their Effects on Breakwaters, 761, 89, 790
  • Wave Resistance to Ship's Motion, 444
  • Wear Shipbuilding, 26
  • Weaving Industry in Japan, 321
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., on Compound Locomotives, 37, 755. See 783
  • Wehnelt's Electrolytic Contact Breaker, 218, 356, 28, 818
  • Weights, Metric System. See Metric System
  • Welded Tubes Bursting on H.M.S. " Terrible," 61
  • West, Mr. Thomas D., on Cast-Iron Test Bars, 45
  • Western Australia Railways, 217
  • Westinghouse Electric Works at Pittsburg, 369, 40, 505, 612, 732, 810
  • Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic Railway Signalling Plant, 773, 824
  • Westinghouse Gas Engines, 344
  • Wharf at Regent's Canal, and Roof (Great Central Railway), 439. See Erratum, 558
  • Wheel Rims, Strength of, 10
  • Whitby Shipbuilding, 27
  • White and Burke's Central Buffer and Draught Gear (Penney and Co.), 123
  • White and Forster's Water-Tube Boiler, 108. See LETTERS
  • White, Sir William H., on the Connection between Naval Architecture and Mechanical Engineering, 558, 569, 596, 630
  • White Star Liner " Oceanic" (Harland and
  • Wolff), 53, 75, See LETTERS
  • Wigan, Boiler Explosion at, 228
  • Wigzell's's Triple-Expansion Engine (Paul, Dumbarton), 581
  • Williams, Mr. R. Price, on the Life of a Locomotive, 595
  • Window, Hill's Railway Carriage, 393
  • Wire Equivalent Resistance and Inductance to an Oscillating Discharge, 158
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 321, 356, 260, 449, 585. See 1, 94, 124
  • Wires for Submarine Survey, 35
  • Wiring Rules, Electric, 215
  • Wood Preservation and Fireproofing, 258
  • Wood Seasoning by Electricity, 154
  • Wood Worker and Fire Protection, 66
  • Wood Work for Schools, 36
  • Woodhead, Dr. Sims, on Bacterial Treatment of Sewage Sludge, 765, 795
  • Woolwich Arsenal, Management of, 182
  • Workmanship, Good, 17
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, 1897, 57, 86, 219, 93, 327, 353, 379, 464, 484, 553, 658, 784, 845, 65

Works :

  • Wm. Cory and Son's Works at Blackwall, 82
  • Lorain Steel Company's Works, Ohio, 3, 65
  • Schneider's Works at Creusot. See Schneider Victoria Works, Sheffield (Mr. W. S. Laycock's), 99
  • Westinghouse Electric Works at Pittsburg, 69, 440, 505, 612, 732, 810
  • Workshop Clubs, 419
  • Workshop Management, English and American, 87
  • Worm.Gear Hobbing Machine, Heavy (Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 89
  • Wright Evaporative Surface Condenser, 862
  • Yacht, The New Royal, 620, 641
  • Yacht, Steam, " Faroslawna" (Schichau), 11
  • Yarrow Boiler and Engines, Japanese Destroyer " Akebono," 847
  • Year-Books, 30, 108, 344, 448
  • Year-Books and Annuals, 30, 108, 344, 448

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