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The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1897 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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A

  • AFGHANISTAN, A Fighting Tower at Sadda in the Kurram Valley, 301
  • Afghanistan, Gun Factories, Sir T. S. Pyne, 175
  • Ameer of Afghanistan's Gun Factories, 175
  • American Armour-piercing Projectiles, 501
  • American Compressed Air and Steam Locomotive, 137
  • American Locomotive for Chinese Railways, 377
  • American Saloon Carriage, South-Eastern Rail¬way, 443, 445, 450
  • American Steam Car for Branch Lines, 634
  • Ameye, M., Beer Gasifying Machine, 454
  • Argentine Training Ship, “Presidente Sarmiento,” “ Arrogant," Keel and Stem of the, 413

B

  • BAILEY and Co., Messrs. W. H., Albion Works, Salford, 622 , 626
  • Baldwin Works, The Vauclain Locomotive, 253
  • Beiliss and Co., Messrs. G. E., Compound High¬ speed Self-lubricating Steam Engine, 156
  • Berend and Co., Messrs., Speed Counter, 42
  • Blackall and Alsop, Messrs., New South Wales Refrigerator, 187
  • Boby, Mr. Robert, Barley Dressing Plant, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 33
  • Bradbury, Mr. Wm., Grindstone Rest, Royal Agricultural Society Show, 5
  • Bradford Electric Light Station, Engine and Dynamo, 391
  • Brigg's Bicycle Attachment, 367
  • Brisbane, The Victoria Bridge, 274, 278, 300
  • British, French, and German Armour, 493
  • “ Briton,” South African Mail Steamer, 470
  • Bromwell Patents Company, The, The Clinker Filter, 482
  • Brown’s Low Water Alarm for Steam Boilers, 142
  • Buck and Hickman’s Cap and Cone Grinding Machine, 531
  • Buckton and Co., Messrs. J., 100-ton Testing Machine, 376
  • Ball Point, Shell Accident at, 577
  • Burgess, Mr. H. Boughey, Compound Locomo¬tive, 204
  • Burmeister and Wain, Messrs., Ice-breaking Steamer “ Sleipner," 88, 90
  • Burmeister and Wain, Messrs., Railway Ferry Steamer “ Kiobenhon,” 83, 89
  • Barrell and Sons, Messrs. Chas., Compound Portable Engine, 649
  • Buxton, Railway Accident at, 157

C

  • CAMERON, Mr. John, Punching and Shearing Machine, 635
  • Cammell 4in. Armour, 529
  • Campbells and Hunter, Messrs., Boiler End Finishing Machine, 187
  • Campbells and Hunter, Messrs., Planing, Slotting, and Drilling Machine, 186
  • Campbells and Hunter, Messrs., Plate Bending Rolls, 186
  • Canadian Ferry Steamer, " Chebucto,” 345, 349
  • “Canopus,” H.M.S., 366, 372
  • Cape Government Railways, Narrow Gauge Engine, Mr. Michael Stephens, 553 Carey, Mr. A. E., Proposed Harbour at Licata, 30
  • Casuarina, Tbe Sand Pump Suction Dredger, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 644, 649
  • " Century ” Water Heater and Ejector, The, 87
  • “ Chebucto,” The Ferry Steamer, Messrs. John Shearer and Sons, 345, 349
  • Cherry’s Helical Centrifugal Pump, 569
  • Chicago Canal, Winding Engines, 341
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, Mr. Frank W. Skinner on the, 125, 126, 129, 147, 148, 149, 153, 172, 173, 174, 182
  • Chicago River, Rolling Bascule Bridge over, 516,
  • Chinese Cruiser, "Hai Tien,” Messrs. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 597 Chinese Railways, American Locomotive for, 377
  • Churchill and Co., Messrs. C., First Operation Hub Machine, 532
  • Churchill and Co., Messrs. C., Second Operation Hub Machine, 532
  • Clarke, Sir George, New Mountings for Coast Artillery, 590, 591, 592
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs. S., Engine and Boiler, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 5
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., General Purpose Traction Engine, Smithfield Club Show, 578
  • Clayton and Sbuttleworth. Messrs.. Oil Engine, Smithfield Club Show, 579
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Thrashing Machine and Grist Mill, Smithfield Club Show, 579
  • Columbia Motor Carriage, 209
  • Cook, Mr. Wm., Hand Power Tire Bender, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 38
  • Crossley Bros., Messrs., Generating Station Lausanne Electric Tramways, 60
  • Curry Mine, Dam in, 533

D

  • DANES and Co., Messrs. Edwin, Machines at the Boiler Works of, 186, 187
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co.’s Works, Colchester, 570, 571, 574, 600, 604, 605
  • Davis’s Motor Car Steering Gear, 519
  • Dean, Mr. W., Mineral Engine, Great Western Railway (Supplement, November 5th, 1897), 442
  • Dean, Mr. W., Passenger Locomotive, Great Western Railway, 344
  • Deane Sinking Pump, The Pulsometer Engineer¬ing Company, 340
  • Denny and Bros., Messrs. T., Triple-expansion Engines, s.s. “Walton Belle,” 53, 61
  • Diesel Oil Engine, The, 364 Dino3 Anemometer, The, 491
  • Donaldson’s Gas Engine, 250 Dubian’s Boiler, 353
  • “Duchess of Devonshire,” s.8., Revolving Bulk¬head Door, 108

E

  • EBBW Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal Company, Limited, Winding Engines, Messrs. Nasmyth, Wilson, and Co. (Supplement, Octobir 10th, 1897)
  • Eddy, Mr. E. M. G. (Portrait), 161
  • Electric Metal Working Syndicate, Electric Brazing, 654
  • Ellis and Atherton’s Motor, 42
  • “Emprees Queen,”s.s., The Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, 228, 253
  • English Ambassador’s Yacht, Constantinople, 478, 481
  • Enomoto, Viscount, Japanese Minister (Portrait),
  • Evans’ Pumping Engine (Supplement, Augutt 6<i, 1897), 132, 133

F

  • FIELDING and Platt, Messrs., Hydraulic Riveter, 417
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Messrs., Sand Pump Suction Dredger, “Casuarina," 644
  • Fletcher, Mr. Lavington E., Portrait, 65

G

  • GLAMORGAN Railway, Map of the Vale of, 572
  • Great Eastern Cromer Express, A Run with the, 283
  • Great Western Railway, Passenger Locomotive, Mr. W. Dean, 344
  • Great Western Railway, Ten-wheeled Mineral Engine, Mr. Wm. Dean (Supplement, November 5th, 1897), 443
  • Gresbam and Craven, Limited, Messrs., Combina¬tion Injector, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show,5
  • Griffin's Gas Engine, 440
  • Griffith, Mr., Screw Propeller, 624
  • Grover, Mr. Fred, On the Physical Properties of Iron Tubes, 217

H

  • HAMPTON, West Middlesex Waterworks (Sup¬plement, September 24th, 1897)
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., South African Mail Steamer, “ Briton,” 470
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., White Star Cargo Ship, “Cymric,” 403
  • Hartford Automatic Machine Tool, Messrs. Pratt and Whitney, 467, 468
  • Hartley and Petyt, Messrs., 140-H.P. Dnp'.ex Gas Engine, 421
  • Haswell, Mr. John, Portrait, 31
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Messrs., Differential Pumping Engine, Lowfield Mine, Ulveretoa, 110,118
  • Head, Wrightson, and Co., Messrs., Coal Conveyor, 151
  • Headland’s Patent Electrio Storage Battery Company, Limited, Electric Motor Carriage, 507
  • Hoilmann Electric Locomotive, The, 505
  • Hele-Shaw, Prof. H. S., Surface Resistance in Pipes and on Ships, Result of the Experiments, (Figs. 6 to 23), 164, 165, 166
  • Henning, Mr. G. C., Pocket Recorder for Tests of Metals, 188
  • H.M.S. “Canopus," 366, 372
  • H.M. Ram Cruiser “ Vindictive,” 421
  • H.M.S. “Silamanier,” Water-tube Boilers and Feed Apparatus, Mr. A. G. Mumford (Supplement, December 3rd, 1897)
  • H.M. Third-class Cruiser, “ Pomone," 521
  • Hereford Waterworks, Pumping Engines, Messrs. Worth, Mackenzie, and Co., 114, 115
  • Hering, Mr. D. W., On Tension of Spokes in Bicycle Wheels, 353
  • Hill and Sons, Messrs. Isaac. Cold Saw for Crank Webs, 87
  • Holden, Sir Isaac (Portrait), 178
  • Holt, Mr. H. H., Tunnel Locomotives, 648
  • Howard’s Vapour Eagine and Condenser, 566
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Horizontal and Vertical Planing Machine, 31
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Machine Tools, 549
  • Humpage, Jacques, and Pedersen, Messrs., Arrangement of Shafting at their Works, Bristol, 645
  • Hungarian Paddle Steamer, “I. Ferencz Josef,” Messrs, the Danubius, Scboenicben, and Hart¬mann Ship and Machine Construction Company (SizpjjfemsnZs, August 27th and September 10th,
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Tunnel Locomotivo, 648

I

  • IMPERIAL Japanese Railways, Ballasting and Shunting Engine, Mr. T. R. Sherrington {Supplement, November 20th, 1897)
  • Indian Railways, Open-sided Goods Wagons for, 432
  • Indian State Railways, Tank Locomotive, Messrs. Neilson and Co., Working Drawing (Supplement, October lit, 1897)

J

  • JACOBUS, Mr., Apparatus for Measuring very High„ Pressures, 43
  • Japan, Imperial University, Tokyo, 544, 545, 553
  • Japan, Modern, Office Department of Agriculture and Commerce, Tokyo, 317
  • Japan, Modern, The Railways, 250
  • Japan, Pioneers of Modern Engineering Education in, 567
  • Japan, Pumping Engines for, Messrs. Joseph Evans and Sons, 132, 133 (Supplement, August 6/A, 1897)
  • Japanese Ministers, Portraits of Two, 317
  • Jelmann-Wepp Crusher, The, 653
  • Jungfrau Railway, The, 320, 321

K

  • KAY’S Patent Acetylene Gas Generator, 656
  • Kaye and Sons, Messrs. J., Oil Cans, 367
  • Keith’s Automatic Liquid Elevator, 454
  • Kennedy, Prof., Diagrams of Engine Trials made by, 139
  • Kent, Mr. W. G., The Venturi Water Meter, 210, 211
  • Kincaid, Waller, and Manville, Messrs , Dust Destructors and Electricity Plant Shoreditch, 8, 9, 10
  • Kingston - upon - Hull Tramways, Rails, Fish Plates, &c , 505
  • “ Kiobenhvn,” Railway Ferry Steamer, 88
  • Kirkaldy’s Revolving Door for Water-tight Bulk¬heads, 106
  • " Knight Bachelor,” s.s., after Collision with an Iceberg, 275
  • Knight’s Experimental Oil Engine, 583
  • Koch Coal Conveyor, 100

L

  • LAING, Mr. Samuel (Portrait), 157
  • Lancashire Steam Motor Company’s Lawn Mower and Small Portable Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 38
  • Lausanne Electric Tramways, Generating Station, Messrs. Crossley Bros., 60
  • Lecming-Smith, Hay Press, Smithfield Club Show, 580
  • Lioata, Sicily, Proposed Harbour at, Mr. A. E. Carey, 30
  • Liquid Fuel Engineering Company, Steam Motor Train, 595
  • London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, Four- coupled Bogie Tank Engine (Supplement, December 17th. 1897), 607
  • Lowfield Mine, Ulverston, Differential Pumping Engine, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 110, 118

M

  • McCULLOCH’S Frame for Sinking Round Shafts, 428, 429
  • McDonald, Mr. J. Allen, Swing Bridge over the Nene (Supplement, July 23rd, 1897), 77
  • Manchester, Grain Silo at, 497
  • Manchester Sewage Problem, Surface of Filter, 195
  • Manchurian Railway, Rails for the Eastern Chinese, 64Ö
  • Manuel, Mr. G. B., Crank and Propeller Shafts used in the Mercantile Marine, 69
  • Mastodon Locomotive, North Pacific Railway (Supplement, July 16th, 1897), 54, 55
  • Maxim - Schupphaus Powder, Unburned and Partially Burned, 97
  • Merryweather’s Improved Roof Hydrant, 282
  • Metcalf and Co., Grain Silo at Manchester, 497
  • Metcalfe’s Speed Indicator, 406
  • MUke Coal Mines, Japan, Pumping Engines (Supplement, Auyutt 6th, 1897), 132, 133
  • Muchkundi Dam, Bombay Presidency, 399, 402
  • Mumford, Mr. A. G., Water-tube Boilers and Feed Apparatus, H. M. S. “ Salamander ” (Supple¬ment, December 3rd, 1897)
  • Murray River, Lifting Bridge over the, 497, 500, 506

N

  • NENE, Swing Bridge over the, Mr. J. Allen McDonald (Supplement, July 23rd, 1897), 77
  • New South Wales Railway Carriages, 197, 198
  • New York, Twenty-six Storey Building, A, 236
  • Niles Tool Works Co., Boring and Turning Mill, Norwegian Railway Coach, 363

O

  • OKU MA, Count, Japanese Minister, 317
  • Oudh and Rohilcund Railway, Gas Holder, 260

P

  • PARIS - LYONS - MEDITERRANEAN Railway, Express Locomotive, Mons. C. Baudry, 257
  • Park Hospital, Hither Green, S.E., 56, 57
  • Paxman-Peache Governor, 606
  • Penn, Messrs. Double Trunk Engines, 623
  • Penn, Messrs., Screw Lifting Frame, 624
  • Percy Allen, Assoc., Lifting Bridge over the Murray River, 497, 500, 506
  • Petter and Sons, Messrs. J. B., Oil Engine and Pump, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 38
  • Piffard’s Field Gun Carriage, 341
  • Plymouth Dock, No. 14, Mr. John Price, 632
  • Polsounow'8 Atmospheric Engine, 275
  • “ Pomone,” H.M. Third-class Cruiser, 521
  • Pratt’s Automatic Fog Signal, 17
  • Pratt and Whitney, Messrs., Hartford Automatic Machine Tool, 467, 468
  • Preece, Mr. W. H., Electrical Cabs for London, 190
  • Price, Mr. John, Plymouth Dock, No. 14, 632
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, The Deace Sinking Pump, 340
  • Pyne, Sir T. S., Ameer of Afghanistan’s Gun Factories, 175
  • Pyne, SirT. S. (Portrait), 179

Q

  • QUIN. Mr. R. C., Localisation of Faults in Underground Mains (Figs. 2, 3, 4), 52

R

  • REDHEUGH Bridge, Messrs. Sandomann and Moncrieff, 24, 34
  • Rhodin’s Electrolytic Apparatus, 458
  • Ripper, Prof. W., Mean Pressure Indicator for High Rotational Speeds, 185
  • Risdon Gold Dredger, 631
  • Rodder, Mr. J. T., Automatic Water Sampler, 189
  • Roller Bearings Company, The, Roller Bearings for the Great Bell of St. Paul’s, 237, 238
  • Roman Bricks found at Bath, 432
  • Roots, Mr. Jas. D., The Cycles of Gm and Oil Engines, 268, 291, 315, 338, 360, 413, 466, 490
  • Royal Mail Motor Van, 631
  • Russia and the Turkieh Fleet, Map of the Bosphorus, 490

S

  • SALFORD Docks, New Warehouses, 107
  • Sindemannand Moncrieff, Messrs., TheRedheugh Bridge, 24, 34
  • Soniter, Mr., On Carbon and Iron (Figs. 1 to 6), 152
  • Sargeant, Messrs., Cutter Bar, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 5
  • Scbüffer and Bndenberg, Messrs., “Multiplex" Reducing Valve, 376
  • Schenectady Locomotive Works, U.S.A., Com¬pound Goods Locomotive, North Pacific Rail¬way (Suvnlem'nt, July 16tA, 1897), 54, 55
  • Scherzer, Mr. Wm., Rolling Bascule Bridge over the Chicago River, 516, 517
  • Schneider, Creusot, and Terni Plates, 630
  • Schneider Turret 14'9in. Plate, 493
  • Selig, Sonnenthal, and Co., Spoke Screwing Machine and Standard Inside Grinding Machine, 531
  • Selig, Sonnenthal, and Co., Standard Outside Grinding Machine, 531
  • Shearer and Sons, Messrs. John, The Ferry Steamer “ Cbebucto,” 345, 349.
  • Shervington, Messrs. T. R., Ballasting and Shuntling Engine, Imperial Japanese Railway (Supple¬ment, November 26th, 1897)
  • Shoreditch, Electricity Plant and Dust Destructors, Messrs. Kincaid, Waller, and 1 Manville. 8, 9, 10
  • Simpson, Mr., Pneumatic Winch, 646
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs. Jas., West Middlesex ]
  • Waterworks, Hampton (Supplement, September 1 24<t, 1897)
  • “ Sleipner," Ice-breaking Steamer, 88, 90
  • Smart, Mr. A. G., Excentric Pedal Motion for Bicycles, 483
  • Smith, Mr. F. P., Portrait, 297
  • Smulders and Co., Messrs. A. F., Suction-and-Bucket Dredger, 199
  • South African Mail Steamer “ BritoD,” 470
  • Southall’s Ideal Oil Engine, 282
  • Southgate Engineering Company, Lathe for Turning Projectiles, 261
  • Spithead, 1897, Fleet Illuminations at, 103
  • Spithead, Foreign Warships at (Supplement, June 2nd, 1897)
  • Stanley Cycle Show, The, 531
  • Stephens, Mr. Michael, Narrow Gauge Engine, Cape Government Railways, 556
  • Stephenson Bridge, Paris, The, 221
  • Stoney, Mr. F. G. M., Portrait, 207
  • Strong, Mr. Geo.- S., Balanced Locomotive, 232, 233, 234
  • Sty Head Pass, Cumberland, Proposed Road through the, 643

T

  • THAMES Ironworks Company, English Ambassa¬dor’s Yacht, 478, 481
  • Thames Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in the Victorian Era, 224, 225, 226, 296, 297, 368, 369, 334, 415, 446, 447, 448, 470, 471, 524, 565, 623, 624
  • “Thunderbolt’s” Marine Governor, 609
  • Tokyo Imperial University, 544, 545, 553
  • Tratman, Mr. E. E. Russell, Notes on the Road-master and his Work, 508
  • Turret, MM. Raoul, Acetylene Gas Motor, 442

U

  • U.S. NAVY Boiler, 82
  • U.S. Navy, Light Draught Gunboats (Supple¬ment, December 31rt, 1897), 541, 542, 543, 548
  • Ural, Mining in the, 474, 479, 480

V

  • VAUCLAIN Locomotive, The Baldwin Works, 252
  • Venturi Water Meter, The, 210, 211
  • Versam Bridge, The, Mr. S. Berg, 202, 208, 245, 247, 248
  • Victoria Bridge, Brisbane, Queensland, The, 274, 278, 300
  • Victoria Jubilee Bridge, Canada, 828, 329
  • Vickers’ 11 [Jin. Plate, 493
  • " Vindictive,” H.M. Ram Cruiser, 424

W

  • WALLACH Bros , Messrs., Gauge Glass Protector,
  • “Walton Belle,” The Paddle-wheel Steamer, Messrs. T. Denny and Bros., 53, 64
  • Warner and Swasey, Messrs., First Operation Hub Machine, 608
  • Waterford, Limerick, and Western Railway, Contracts Open, 305
  • Waterford, Limerick, and Western Railway, Locomotives of the (Supplement, August 13th, 1897)
  • Watkeys, Mr. H., Siide Valve for Locomotive, 39
  • Weideknecht, M. F., Articulated Locomotive, 390
  • Wells Bros., Messrs., 200-H.P. “Premier” Gas Engine, 596
  • West’s Tire Setter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 39
  • Whitelegg, Mr. Thos., Four-coupled Bogie Tank Engine (Supplement, December 17th, 1897), 607
  • White Star Cargo Ship, “ Cymric,” 403
  • Whitmore and Binyon, Messrs., Compound Mill Engines, 324, 329, 330
  • Willoughby Rafnse Destructor, The, 271
  • Winter, Dr., his Model Locomotive, 270

Subject Matter

A

  • ACCIDENT at Buxton, Railway, 157
  • Acetylene Gas Generator, Kay's Patent, 656
  • Alarm for Steam Boilers, Brown’s Low-water, 142
  • Anemometer, The Dines, 494
  • Armour, British, French, and German, 493
  • Armour-piercing Projectiles, American, 504
  • Armour Plates, Schneider, Creusot, and Terni, 630
  • Atmospheric Engine, Polsounow’s, 275
  • Automatic Fog Signal, Pratt’s, 17

B

  • BARLEY Dressing Plant, Mr. Robert Boby, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 38
  • Bicycle Attachment, Brigg’s, 367
  • Bicycles, Excentric Pedal Motion for, 483
  • Boilers, Brown’s Low-water Alarm for Steam, 142
  • Boiler, Dnbiau's, 353
  • Boiler End Finishing Machine, Messrs. Camp¬bells and Hunter, 186
  • Boilers and Feed Apparatus. Water-tube, H.M.S. “Salamander," Mr. A. G. Mumford (Supple¬ment, December 3rd, 1897)
  • Boiler, U.S. Navy, 82 I
  • Boiler Works of Messrs. Edwin Dinks and Co., Machines at the, 186, 187
  • Boring and Turning Mill, Niles Tool Works Com¬pany, 593
  • Brewers’ Exhibition, Gasifying Machine and Automatic Liquid Elevator, 454
  • Bricks found at Bath, Roman, 432
  • Bridge, Brisbane, The Victoria, 274, 278, 300
  • Bridge, Canada, Victoria Jubilee, 328, 329
  • Bridge over the Chicago River, Rolling Bascule, Bridge Lifting over the Murray River, 497, 500, 506
  • Bridge over the Nene, Swing (Supplement, July V&rd, 1897), 77
  • Bridge, Paris, The Stephenson, 221
  • Bridge, The Redheugh, 24, 34
  • Bridge, The Versam, Mr. S. Berg, 202, 203, 245, 247, 248
  • Building, New York, Twenty-six Storey, 236

C

  • CANAL, Chicago, Drainage, Mr. F. W. Skinner on the, 125, 126, 129, 147, 148, 149, 172, 173, 174, 182
  • Cans, Oil, Messrs., J. Kaye and Sons, 367
  • Carbon and Iron, Mr. Saniter on (Figs. 1 to 6), 152
  • Clinker Filter, The Bromwell Patents Company, 482
  • Coal Conveyor, Messrs. Head, Wrightson, and Co., 151
  • Contracts Open, Waterford, Limerick, and Western Railway, Ireland, 305
  • Crank and Propeller Shafts used in the Mercan¬tile Marine, Mr. G. B. Manne,, 69
  • Cruisers of the Arrogant Type, Keel and Stem, 413
  • Cruiser, Chinese, Messrs. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 597
  • Cruiser “Pomone,” H.M. Third-class, 521
  • Cruiser “Vindictive,” H.M. Ram, 424
  • Crusher, The Jelmann-Wepp, 653
  • Cup and Cone Grinding Machine, Stanley Cycle Show, 531
  • Cutter Bar, Messrs. Sargeant, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 5
  • Cycles of Gas and Oil Engines, Mr. Jas. D. Roots, 268, 291, 315, 338, 360, 413, 466, 490
  • Cycle Show, The Stanley, 531

D

  • DAM in Curry Mine, 533
  • Dam in a Mining Drift, Curry Mine, 583
  • Dam, The Muchkundi, Bombay Presidency, 399, 402
  • Dock, Plymouth, 632
  • Door for Water-tight Bu kheads, Kirkaldy’s Revolving, 106
  • Dredger, Sand Pump Suction, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 644
  • Dredger, Suction-and-Bucket, Messrs. A. F. Smulders and Co., 199
  • Dust Destructors and Electricity Plant, Shore¬ditch, 8, 9, 10

E

  • ELECTRIC Brazing, Electric Metal Working Syndicate, 654
  • Electric Cabs for London, 190
  • Electric Locomotive, The Heilmann, 505
  • Electric Motor Carriage, Headland’s Patent Electric Storage Battery Company, 507
  • Electric Tramway, Generating Station, Lausanne, Messrs. Crossley Bros., 60
  • Electricity Plant and Dust Destructors, Shore¬ditch, 8, 9, 10
  • Electrolytic Apparatus, Rhodin’s, 458
  • Engine, Ballasting and Shunting, Imperial Japanese Railways, Messrs. T. R. Sherrington Engine and Boiler, Messrs. S. Clayton and Shuttleworth, Royal Agricultural Society’s Engine, Compound High Speed Self-lubricating, Messrs. Beiliss and Co., 156
  • Engines, Compound Mill, Messrs. Whitmore and Binyon, 324, 329, 330
  • Engine, Compound Portable, Messrs. Chas. Burrell and Sons, 649
  • Engine and Condenser, Howard's Vapour, 566
  • Engine, Corliss, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 570
  • Engine, The Diesel Oil, 364
  • Engine, Differential Pumping, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Lowfield Mine, Ulverston, 110, 118
  • Engine, The Donaldson Gas, 250
  • Engines, Double Trunk, 623
  • Engine, 140-Horse Power Duplex Gas, Messrs. Hartley and Petyt, 421
  • Engine and Dynamo, Bradford Electric Light Station, 391
  • Engine, General Purpose Traction, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, Smithfield Club Show, 578
  • Engine, Oil, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, Smithfield Club Show, 579
  • Engine, Oil, J. H. Knight, 583 Engine, Polsounow’s Atmospheric, 275
  • Engine, 200-H.P. "Premier” Gas, Messrs. Wells Bros., 596
  • Engine and Pump, Oil, Messrs. Jas. B. Petter L and Sons, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 38
  • Engines, Pumping, Hereford Waterworks, Messrs. Worth, Mackenzie, and Co., 114, 115
  • Engine, Southall's Ideal Oil, 282
  • Engine Trials made by Professor Kennedy, Diagrams of, 139
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, Messrs. T. Denny and Bros., s.8. “ Walton Belle,” 53, 64 Engines, Winding, Chicago Canal, 341
  • Engine, Winding, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 570
  • EogioeeringSbudents, Modern Japan, 553
  • Express, A Run with the Great Eistern Cromer, 5 283

F

  • FERRY Steamer “ Chebuoto,” The Canadian, 345, 349
  • Ferry Steamer "Kiobenhvn,” The Railway, 88, 89 ,
  • Field Gnn Carriage, M. Piffard, 341
  • Fighting Tower at Sadda in the Kurram Valley, Afghanistan, 301
  • Filter, The Clinker, 482 ,
  • Fleet Illuminations at Spitbead, 1897, 103,104

G

  • GAS Engine, The Donaldson, 250 .
  • Gas Engine, Griffin’s, 440
  • Gas Holder, Oudhnnd Rohilcund Railway, 260
  • Gas Motor, Acetylene, M.M. Raoul Turret, 442
  • Gauge Glass Protector, Messrs. Wallach Bros., 482
  • Generating Station, Lausanne Electric Tramways, 60
  • Gold Dredger, Risdon, 631
  • Governor, Marine, Thunderbolt's, 609
  • Governor, Paxman-Peaebe, 606
  • Grinding Machine, Cup and Cone, Stanley Cycle Show, 531 ,
  • Grinding Machine, Standard Outside, Stanley Cycle Show, 531 ,
  • Grindstone Rest, Mr. Wm. Bradbury, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 5
  • Gunboats, Light Draught, U.S. Navy {Supplement, December 31st, 1897), 541, 542, 543, 548
  • Gun Carriage, Field, M. Piffard, 341
  • Gun Factories, The Ameer of Afghanistan’s, 175

H

  • HARBOUR at Licata, Sicily, Proposed, 80
  • Hay Press, Leeming-Smith, Smithfield Club Show, 580
  • H.M.S. “Canopus,” 366, 372
  • H.M. Third-class Cruiser “Pomon9,” 521
  • High Pressures, Apparatus for Measuring, Mr. Jacobus, 43
  • Hospital Park, Hither Green, S.E., 56, 57
  • Hub Machine, First Operation, Messrs. Warner and Swasey, 608
  • Hub Machines, First and Second Operations, Stanley Cycle Show, 532
  • Hydrant, Merryweather’s, Improved Roof, 282
  • Hydraulic Riveter, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 413

I

  • ICE-BREAKING Steamer "Sleipner," Messrs. Burmeister and Wain, 88, 90
  • Indicator for High Rotational Speeds, Mean- Pressure Engine, Professor W. Ripper, 185
  • Indicator, Metcalfe's Speed, 406
  • Injector, Combination, Messrs. Gresham and Craven, Limited, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 6
  • Iron Tubes, On the Physical Properties of, Mr. Fred Grover, 217

L

  • LAMP Holder made of Cork, Fleet Illuminations at Spithead, 1897, 104
  • Lathe for Turning Projectiles, The Southgate Engineering Company, 261
  • Lawn Mower and Small Portable Engine, Lanca¬shire Steam Motor Company's, Royal Agri¬cultural Society’s Show, 38
  • Lifting Bridge over the Murray River, 497, 500, 506
  • Light Railway Bridges, Notes on, 617, 618, 619, 620
  • Liner "Cymric,” The White Star, 403
  • Localisation of Faults in Underground Mains, Mr. R. C. Quin (Figs. 2, 3, 4), 52
  • Locomotive, American Compressed Air and Steam, 137
  • Locomotive, Articulated, M F. Weideknecht, 390
  • Locomotive, Ballasting and Shunting, Imperial Japanese Railways, Messrs. T. R. Sherrington (Supplement, November Ï3th, 1897)
  • Locomotive for Chinese Railways, American, 377
  • Locomotive, Compound, Mr. H. Boughey Burgess, 204
  • Locomotive, Compound Goods, North Pacific Railway (Supplement, July 13th, 1897), 54, 55 Locomotive, Express, Paris, Lyons, Mediter¬ranean Railway, Mons. C. Baudrey, 257
  • Locomotive, Four-coupled Bogie Tank, London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway, Mr. Thos. Whitelegg (Supplement, December 17th, 1897) 607
  • Locomotive, The Heilmann Electric, 605
  • Locomotive, Narrow-gauge, Cape Government Railways, Mr. Michael Stephens, 556
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Great Western Railway, Mr. Wm. Dean, 344
  • Locomotive Tank, Indian State Railways, Messrs. Neilson and Co., Working Drawing (Supple¬ment, October 1st, 1897)
  • Locomotive, Ten-wheeled Mineral, Great Western Railway, Mr. Wm. Dean (Supplement, November 5tb, 1897), 443
  • Locomotive, Tunnel, The Hunslet Engine Com¬pany, 648
  • Locomotive, The Strong, 232. 233, 234
  • Locomotive, The Vauclain, The Baldwin Works, 253
  • Locomotives of the Waterford, Limerick, and Western Riilway (Supplement, August 13th, 1897)
  • Locomotive, Dr. Winter’s Model, 270

M

  • MACHINE Tool, Hartford Automatic, 467, 468
  • Machine Tools, Messrs. Hulse and Company, 549
  • Mail Motor Van, Royal, 631
  • Mail Steamer “ Briton,” The South African, 470
  • Map of the Bosphorus, 490
  • Map of the Sty Head District, 643
  • Map of the Vale of Glamorgan Railway, 572
  • Measuring High Pressures, Apparatus for, Mr. Jacobus, 43
  • Meter, Ellis and Atherton’s, 42
  • Meter, The Venturi Water, 210, 211
  • Mill Engines, Compound, Messrs. Whitmore and Binyon, 324, 329, 330
  • Mining in the Ural, 474, 479, 480
  • Modern Japan, Industrial and Scientific, 250
  • Motor Car Steering Gear, Davis’s, 519
  • Motor Carriage, Columbia, 209
  • Mountain Artillery on the Indian Frontier, 455
  • Mountings for Coast Artillery, New, Sir Geo. Clarke, 590, 591, 592

O.

  • OFFICE Department of Agriculture and Com¬merce, Tokyo, 317
  • Oil Cans, Messrs. J. Kayo and Sons’, 367
  • Oil Engine, The Diesel, 364
  • Oil Engine and Pump, Messrs. J. B. Petter and Sons’, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 38

P

  • PADDLE-WHEEL Steamer "Walton Belle,” The, 53, 64
  • Pedal Motion for Bicycles, Ezcentric, 483
  • Permament Way for the Eastern Chinese Man¬churian Railway, 646
  • Permanent Way, Mr. E. E. Russell Tratman, 508
  • Planing Machine, Horizontal and Vertical, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 31
  • Planing, Slotting, and Drilling Machine, Messrs. Campbells and Hunter, 186
  • Plate-bending Rolls, Messrs. Campbells and Hunter, 185
  • Plate, Schneider 14'9in. Plate, 493
  • Plates, Schneider, Creusot and Terni, 630
  • Plate, Vickers’ llllin., 493
  • Portrait, Mr. E. G. M. Eddy, 161
  • Portrait, Mr. Lovington E. Fletcher, 65
  • Portrait, Mr. John Haswell, 31
  • Portrait, Sir Isaac Holden, 178
  • Portraits of Two Japanose Ministers, 817
  • Portrait, Mr. Samuel Laing, 157
  • Portraits of Pioneers of Modern Engineering Education in Japan, 566, 569
  • Portrait, Sir T. Salter Pyne, 179
  • Portrait, Mr. F. P. Smith, 297
  • Portrait, Mr. F. G. M. Stoney, 207
  • Powder, Unburned and Partially Burned, Mazim-Schnpphaus, 97
  • Projectiles, American Armour-piercing, 604
  • Propeller Sheathing, 498
  • Pump, Cherry's Helical Centrifugal, 569
  • Pump, The Deane Sinking, 340
  • Pumping Engine, Differential, Lowfield Mine, Ulverston, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 110, 118
  • Pumping Engines, Hereford Waterworks, Messrs. Worth, McKenzie, and Co., 114,115
  • Pumping Engines for Japan, Messrs. Joseph Evans and Sons (Supplement, Auputt 3tk, 1897), 132,133
  • Punching and Shearing Machine, Mr. John Cameron, 635

R

  • RAILWAY Coach, Norwegian, 363
  • Ram Cruiser “ Vindiotive,” H.M., 421
  • Railway, The Jungfrau, 320, 321
  • Recorder for Tests of Metals, Pocket, Mr. G. C. Henning, 188
  • Reducing Valve, 11 Multiplez,” Messrs. Schiiffer and Budenberg, 376
  • Refrigerator, New Scuth Wales, 187
  • Road Through the Sty Head Pass, Proposed, 613
  • Roller Bearings for the Great Bell of St. Paul's, 237, 238
  • Rolling Stock, New South Wales, 197, 198
  • Rolling Stock Norwegian, 363

S

  • SALOON Carriage, American, South Eastern Railway, 443, 445, 450
  • Saw for Crank Web, Messrs. Isaac Hill and Son’s. 87
  • Screw Lifting Frame, Messrs. Penn, 621
  • Screw Propeller, Mr. Griffith, 624
  • Sswage Problem, The Manchester, Surface of Filter, 195
  • Shafting at the Works of Messrs. Hnmpsge, Jacques, and Pedersen, 645
  • Shell Accident at Bull Point, 577
  • Shipbuilding and Marino Engineering in the Victorian Era, Thames, 224, 225/226, 296, 297, 368, 369, 394, 415, 416, 447, 448, '470, 471, 524, 565,623,624
  • Silo, Grain, Messrs. Metcalf and Co., 497
  • Sinking Pump, The Deane, 340
  • Sinking Round Shaft?, MoCulloch's Frame for, 428,429
  • Slide Valves for Locomotives, Mr. H. Watkeys,
  • Speed Counter, Messrs. Bsrend and Co., 42
  • Speed Indicator, Metcalfe's, 406
  • Steam Car for Branch Lines, American, 631
  • Steam Motor Train, The Liquid Fuel Engineering Company. 595
  • Steamer Chobuoto»” The Canadian Ferry, 315,
  • Steamer, Hungarian Paddle, Messrs, the Danu- bius, Schoenichen, and Hartmann Ship and Machine Construction Company (Supplements, August 27th and September 10th, 1897)
  • Steamer, Ice-breakiog, Messrs. Burmeister and Wain, 88
  • Steamer, Railway Ferry, Messrs. Burmeister and Wain, 88, 89
  • Steamer, South African Mail, 470
  • Steamer, “Walton Belle,” The Paddle-wheel, 53, 61
  • S.S. “Empress Quean,"The Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, 228, 253
  • S.S. “Knight Bachelor,” after Collision with an Iceberg, 275
  • Steel Barrel Rolling Mill, 83
  • Surface Resistance in Pipes and on Ships. Prof. H. S. Hele-Shaw’s, Experiments on the (Figs. 6 to 23), 164, 165, 166

T

  • TENSION of Spokes in Bicycle Wheels, Mr. D. W. Hering, 353
  • Testing Machine, 100-Ton, Messrs. J. Buckton and Co., 376
  • Tests of Metals, Pocket Recorder for, 188
  • Thrashing Machine and Grist Mill, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, Smithfield Club Show, 579
  • Tire Bender, Hand Power, Mr. Wm. Cook, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 38
  • Tire-setter, Wost’s, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 39
  • Tool, Hartford Automatic Machine, 467, 468
  • Tools, Machine, Messrs. Hulse and Co , 519
  • Torpedoes, Aerial, 98
  • Training Ship, “ Presidente Sarmiento," The, 236
  • Tramway Rails and Fish-plates, Kingston-upon-Hull Tramways, 505
  • Tunnel Locomotive, The Hunslet Engine Com¬pany, 648

U

  • UNIVERSITY, Tokyo, Imperial, 544, 515, 553

V

  • VALVE, “ Multiplex ” Reducing, Messrs. Schaffer and Budenberg, 376
  • Van, Royal Mail Motor, 631

W

  • WAGONS, Open-sided Goods, for Indian Rail¬ways, 432
  • Warehouses, Salford Docks, 107
  • Warships at Spithead, Foreign (Supplement, June ind.lWT)
  • Water Heater and Ejector, The “ Century,” 87
  • Water Meter, The Venturi, 210, 211
  • Water Sampler, Automatic, Mr. J. T. Rodda, 189
  • Waterworks, Hampton, West Middlesex (Supplement, September VAth, 1897)
  • Winch, Pneumatic, Mr. Simpson, 646
  • Winding Engines, Chicago Canal, 311
  • Works, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 600, 604, 605
  • Works, Albion, Messrs. W. H. Bailey and Co., 622, 623

Y

  • YACHT, Constantinople, English Ambassador's, 474, 479, 480


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