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The Engineer 1890/12/19

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Main Subjects

  • Abstracts of Consular and DIplomatic Reports, p513.
  • Cabin and Cupboard Door Latch, p514.
  • Cleveland Institution of Engineers - Desiccation of Blast in the Manufacture of Pig Iron, p510.
  • Editorial, p505.
    • Load Line Act
    • Proposed Parliamentary Restriction of Speculation in Warrants
    • Drainage Scheme for Melbourne
    • Education of Mechanical Engineers
    • Railway Rates for Goods Traffic
    • Shipbuilding Prospects
    • London Electric Supply Corporation
    • Lighting the Eastern Seas
    • Noteworthy Precedent in the Silver Trade
    • Manual Labour Vs Machinery
  • Engineering Finance, p493.
  • Engineers, Engine-room Artificers, and Stokers for the Navy, p503.
  • International Railroad Congress, p518.
  • Private Bills in Parliament, p514.
  • Safe Steam Pipes, p516.
  • Strength of Manilla and Hemp Ropes, and Rope Power Transmission, p517.
  • Tenders - Hetton-Le-Hole Cemetery, p517.

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