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A

  • 1890, 15
  • Abbott, Mr. W. L., on Operating Economies in Central Electric Station Practice, 655
  • Aberystwith, Improvements Contemplated, (39)
  • Acetylene, Action of Copper on, (178)
  • Detonation of, Experiments to Ascerain the Velocity of, (332)
  • Electricity »., (512)
  • Enemies of, 421, 493, 553, 623, 670
  • Exhibition in Paris, 359
  • Exhibition and Congress, Budapest, 110
  • Gas, 23
  • Gas, How to Purify it and Free it ' from its Offensive Smell, (94)
  • Gas, Purification of, 290
  • Generator for Large Installations, 291
  • and the Home-office, 205
  • Lamp made by the " Velo” Company, (393)
  • Operative Clause in the Order of
  • Conned with Respect to the Use of, (361)
  • Restrictions representing Manufac¬ture, itc., of, (145)
  • Admiralty Dilemma, The, 541
  • Engineering, 328, 406, 454, 492, 502, (521), 675
  • and Inventions, The, 653 Programme, The, 309
  • Aerial Machine, Priz9 Offered for an Efficient, (459)
  • Agricultural Implements in Java, 100
  • Air Compressor, Electrically-driven, 676
  • Compressor at North Star Mine, Nevada, (332) Liquid, (209)
  • Mechanical Dissociation of, as Proposed by Professor R. Pictet, (618)
  • Resistance of, (209)

Accidents:

  • Auto-car Accidents in Paris and Probable Result of same, (438)
  • Automobile, in Pari9, (408)
  • Barrow Steel Works, (94)
  • Boiler Explosion at Deptford, Water-tube, 681
  • Boiler Explosion, Farnworth, 316
  • Bridge Collapse in Paris, 465, 571
  • Cage Accident at Wallsend, (433)
  • Cold Storage Works, Southampton, (563), 571
  • Caused by Lathes, (140)
  • Dam across the Colorado River, Destruction of, (513), (548)
  • Datchet, Bursting of Romney Weir, (13)
  • Explosion at Blackbeck Powder Works, (563)
  • at the Leeds Steel Works, (621,
  • Lyddite, Huddersfield, 595
  • at Tin-plate Works in Manchester, (433)
  • French Torpedo Boat, No. 228, (408,
  • Kure Arsenal, Japan, (524)
  • Landslip in Cornwall, (563,
  • Leeds Steel Company’s Works, Inquest and Verdict, (94,
  • Lift, (675)
  • Lift, Woolwich Dockyard, (486)
  • Mines and Quarries, United Kiogdom, Past Year, Government Returns, (65)
  • Mining Operations, Lives Lost in, (78,
  • Oakley, Sir Hy., Retirement, (671,
  • Railway Accidents—see Railway Railway Servants, 95
  • Rhonnda, Narrow Escape, (13)
  • Royal Yacht, Mr. Goschen’s Answer as to, 141
  • Sheffield Electric Tramway System, (69)
  • Stockton Malleable Ironworks, (629)
  • Subsidence at Ramsden Docks, Barrow, (563)
  • Tramcar Collision, Glasgow, (13)
  • Viaduct in Scotland, Collapse of, (459)
  • Water-tube Boilers, M. A. Ravier on, (389)
  • Alabama, Coal and Pig Iron Production in, (234)
  • Allen-Plant at Hull, 412
  • Alloys, Mr. E. Steinmann on the Thermo electric Properties of some, (618)
  • used in Japanese Bronzes, (389)
  • Almanacs and Calendars, 35,131, 187
  • Aluminium-covered Cables, (308)
  • Electrode for Arc Limps, American Patent for, (332)
  • Production in the United States, (119)
  • Progress of, 297 Solder for, (281)
  • Some Uses of, 556
  • American Armour-plate Controversy, The, 674
  • Coal for England, (433)
  • Coal Protection, 207
  • Commercial Enterprise in Russia, (227) j
  • Competition, 435, 619, 670
  • Iron and Steel Industries, German Expert View of, 406
  • Iron Trade Conditions, 258, 491
  • Machine Tools, 165, 166, 167, 169, 219, 220, 221, 275, 276, 277, 323, 400
  • Machine Tool, Monster, 481, 491, 510, 511
  • American v. British Workmen, 81
  • Water Hyacinth Killed by Chemical Spray, (281)
  • Workmen, 98 Workshops, 340
  • Ammonia Method and Analysis of Sewage, 571
  • Amos, Mr. E. C., Portable Pneumatic Tools, 315
  • Amos, Mr. E. C., On Portable Pneumatic Tools, (218)
  • Amur River, Dredging Operations in, (332)
  • Andrews, Mr. Tlios., On Wear of Rails in Tun¬nels, 417
  • Appointments and Resignations:
  • Adamson, Mr. Alexander, Resignation and Successor, (417)
  • Appleton, Mr. Wm., Retirement, (227)
  • Bell, Mr. Jas., Retirement, (94)
  • Boolds, Mr. J. H., Appointment, (417)
  • Bramwell, Sir Fred., Retirement, (645)
  • Chambers, Mr. T. W. H., His Appointment and Successor, (213)
  • Cowx, Mr. J. A., Retirement and Presentation, (51)
  • GreeD, Mr. Thos., Appointment, 367
  • Herriot, Mr. Geo., Retirement, (472)
  • Hope, Mr. Basil, Appointment, (408)
  • Kelvin, Lord, Appointment to Russian Academy of Sciences, (308)
  • Kintner, Prof. S. M., Appointment, (308)
  • Livett, Capt. H. W., Appointment, (525)
  • Lodge, Prof. Oliver, (671)
  • Lowther, Mr., (498)
  • Ludford, Mr., Retirement, (576)
  • Moore, Mr. W. H., Appointment,'(318)
  • Marshall, Mr. F. C., Retirement, and his Sue- Acessor, 341
  • Newbigging, Mr. J. G., Appointed to Man¬chester Gasworks, (39)
  • Patrick, Mr. Wm., Appointment, 98
  • Riley, Mr. Jas., Retirement, (145)
  • Robinson, Mr. J. G., Appointmenr, (645)
  • Sandeman, Mr. Edw., Appointment, (513)
  • Struthers, Mr. C. G., Appointment, (227)
  • Thearle, Mr. S. J. P., Appointment, (308)
  • Thomas, Mr. Oswald, Appointment, (472)
  • Thompson, Sir Jas., His Retirement and Suc¬cessor, 98
  • Upton, Mr. Douglas, R:s-'gnation and Presen¬tation, (77)
  • Williams-Drummond, Mr. Hugh, Appointment, (94)
  • Wise, Mr. W. Lloyd, Appointment, (227)
  • Arch, the Hingeless, 421
  • Arch, the Two-hinged, 165, 421
  • Arches with Metallic Joints, Masonry, 477
  • A)gentine, Consular Report on the Rosario Dis¬trict of, (459)
  • Armour, Nickel Steel, for German Battleships, (563)
  • Plate, 21, 25
  • in America, 318, (359)
  • American, 12
  • for the British Admiralty, 257
  • Controversy, American, 674
  • Firing Test, 124
  • Manufacture in Germany, 887
  • for Russia, 233, 423, 543
  • Shops, Sir Wm. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., (129)
  • Supply of, 358, 392 for the United States Navy, 269
  • Terni Hard-faced, (234)
  • Armoured Concrete, 822
  • Train, John Fowler and Co., 512, 562, 564
  • Arrol and Co., Limited, Sir Wm., Works of, 506, 507, 660, 561
  • Artesian Wells, C. Isler and Co.’s, 187
  • Extracting Tool, Messrs. Courtney and Birkett, 287
  • Artificial Lighting, 545
  • Ashworth, Mr. Jas., on Safety Lamp Failures and their Effects, 525
  • Assay Furnaces, Oil, 196
  • Assiout Barrage, The, 535, 539

Association, American Railway Engi¬neering:

  • Formation of, 444

Association, American Railway Master Mechanics’ :

  • Request Information on the Relative Merits of Cast Iron and Steel-tired Wheels, (540)

Association, Cleveland Ironmasters’:

  • Cochrane, Mr. Cecil A , Elected President, (130)
  • i Pease. Mr. John H., Elected Vioe-president, (130)

Association of Draughtsmen, British:

  • Alteration of Title, (512)

Association of Draughtsmen, British (Newcastle Branch):

  • Discussion on Mr. Primrose’s Paper on Five i Leading Types of Water-tube Boilers, (149)
  • Association of Engineers, The Leeds: I
  • De Laval Steam Turbine, Mr. Konrad Anders- I son, 127
  • Governors, Some Points in the Design cf, I Professor Goodman, 222
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester: J
  • Inaugural Address of Mr. Hy. Hodgson on j “Oar Position as Engineers,” 64
  • Anniversary Dinner, Forty-fonrtb, 118
  • Engine Economy, Dr. J. T. Nicholson, (213)
  • Health in the Workshop, Mr. J. D. Sutcliffe, (239)
  • Tool-rooms a Necessary Adjunct to Modern Engineering Works, Mr. W. Heap on, 367
  • Visits, Summer Months, 445, (471), (683)

Association of Foremen Engineers { and Draughtsmen, London:

  • Forty-seventh Anniversary Dinner, (479)
  • Association, Lancashire Coal Sales: I
  • Advance of 6s. per Ton on Last Year’s Prices on I all Steam and Forge Coal Contracts, 445 I

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Presidential Address of Mr. J. J. Innis, 53
  • Artificial Lighting, Mr. A. E. Edwards, (479) (496)
  • Meldrum Furnace, Mr. R. B. Hodgson, 144 j.
  • Hickman, Sir Alfred, at the Tenth Annual Dinner, (183)
  • Association, Motor Vehicle Users’

Defence:

  • Secretary’s and Treasurer’s Address, (138)

Association, South Wales Steel:

  • Advance of Wages to Iron and Steel Workers, (158)

Association of Students of the Institution of Civil Engineers in Glasgow:

  • Engineer, Functions of the, Sir Wm. Preece on, 183
  • Engineering Contractors, Working Methods of, Mr. Jas. Brand, 262
  • Ninth Annual Dinner, 280

Association, Tin-plate Employers’;

  • Swansea Meeting, (158), (312)

Association, Tramways and Light Railways:

  • Inaugural Dinner, (411)

Association, United Kingdom Railway Officers’ and Servants’:

  • Anniversary Festival, 343

Association, United Maohlne Workers’:

  • Fifty-fifth Annual Report, 575
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Mr. Arrandale on its Working, 575

Association of the United States, N.W. Electrical:

  • Electrical Progress in the United States, Last Year’s, Mr. EL L. Doherty, 180

Association of Waterworks Engi¬neers, British:

  • Fifth Annual Meeting: Programme of Arrange¬ments, 605
  • Cardiff Meeting, Address of the President, Mr. C. H. Priestley, on Welsh Water for Wales, and Papers Read at, and Excnrsions made, (670), (671), 648, 664
  • Assouan Reservoir and Dam, The (Supplement, Map Wth, 1900) 480
  • Atmosphere, Artificial Humidity of, (3)
  • Australian Bridge-bui'ding, 200
  • Automatic Rifle, An, (227,
  • Aveling and Porter's Boiler, 652
  • Road Locomotive, 652
  • Avery, Limited, Messrs. W. and T., Large Weighbridges, 456, 457
  • Ax’es, German, 670

B

  • BABBITT Metal, Effect of Heat on, 235
  • Bacterial Treatment of Sewage, 222, 363, 530
  • at Massachusetts, (863)
  • Ball, Mr. E. B., On Refrigeration, 437
  • Ballistics, The Vibrations of a Rifle, 149
  • Barclay, Mr. Andrew, 437
  • Barge Owners and the London and India Docks, 180
  • Barrow, Growth of, owing to Extension of the Works of Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, (513,
  • Barrow Steel Works, Rail-cogging Mill at (361)
  • Barrowman, Mr. W. C., On the Training of Young Engineers, (239)
  • Barry, Mr. Charles, (591)
  • Dock, Subsidence of Lind, (145)
  • Year's Shipments at, (13)
  • Batoum, Port of, (317)
  • Beacon Light, Duart Point, Mull, The, 312
  • Bearing Springs, by Messrs. Humphrey and O'Brien, 233
  • Bedford Engineering Company, Locomotive Steam Crane, 74
  • Belfast Harbour Commissioners’ Grant of Land to Harland and Wolff, (65)
  • Bell, Sir I. L., On Rails in Great Britain, 417
  • Belleisle Experiments, 509, 520, 543, 565, 572, (591), 595, 596, 597, 617, 620, 670 Belleville Boilers—ter.
  • Boilers Belleville Belting Cotton, Stevenson and Brother, Limited, 445
  • Benjamin, Mr. C. H., On the Friction of Steam Packings, 627
  • Berend and Co., 0., Revolution Counter, 58
  • Bertrand, M. Joseph, 1,361)
  • Bessemer Gold Medal Awarded to M. H. de Wendel, (254)
  • Steel Ingots in United States, Pro¬duction of, (332)
  • Bethlehem Armour for Russia, 513
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co. formed into a Public Limited Company, (317)
  • Bicycle a Carriage ? Is a, (394)
  • Bicycle as a Machine, Tests of Efficiency of, (173)
  • Biles, Professor J. IL. On Large Cargo Steamers, 377
  • Bilge Keels, Professor Bryan on the Action of, 397

Bills:

  • Baker-street and Waterloo Railway Extensions, (486)
  • Barry Railway Steamships, 335
  • Board of Trade’s First Report on the Railway, Session 1900, (408)
  • Brighton Corporation, (302), (308)
  • Burnley Electric Tramways, (163)
  • Damage to Crops by Sparks from Locomotives, 502
  • Electrical Distribution, Select Committee to Consider, (376)
  • Power, (332), (675)
  • Power Supply, (513), 538 Supply Bill for South Wales, 63
  • Factory and Workshops, 452
  • French Navy, (676)
  • Halifax, Extension of the Boundaries of the Borough of, (540)
  • Halifax Tramways, (332)
  • Hull Docks Improvement, 582
  • Irish Railway to be Considered, (186)
  • Knott End Railway, (94)
  • Lancashire Electric Power, Opposition to, (94)
  • London and County Council, London and Middlesex Tramways and Electric on Same, (13), 305, (335)
  • Hydraulic Power Company’s, Thrown out, (308)
  • and India Docks Joint Committee's. (180)
  • and North-Western Railway Com¬pany’s, for New Dock at Garston, 582
  • and North - Western, St. Pancras Vestry's Opposition to, Withdrawn, (563)
  • and South-Western Railway Com¬pany’s Omnibus, (408)
  • Water, 368
  • Lytham to Southport Tramway, 682
  • Manchester City Railway, (13)
  • Manchester Ship Canal’s, 582
  • Maryport Harbour, Withdrawn, (308)
  • Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal Transporter Bridge, (39), (332)
  • Metropolitan District Railway Company’s, 72 (513) v )
  • Morecambe Gas, (671)
  • Naval Appropriation, United States, 581
  • Omnibus Bill, The Coventry Corporation’s, (173)
  • Private, in Parliament, 349, 423
  • Proof House Act, 1868, Amendment, (406)
  • Provisional Orders for 1900, 423
  • Railway, to be Considered this Session, (408)
  • Railways Prevention of Accidents, 280
  • Scarborough Town Council’s, (47)
  • South-East Metropolitan Tramways, (486)
  • South Wales Electric Power Distribution Com¬pany’s, (205), (214)
  • Taff Vale Estimates, (214)
  • Tramways for South Lancashire. (486)
  • Uganda Railway, 486, (540), (671)
  • Vale of Rbeidol Light Railways, (671)
  • Workington Railways and Dock, (618), (671)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act (1897), Exten¬sion Bill, 325
  • Birmingham Gun Trade, The, (406)
  • New University for, (496)
  • Stock Exchange List, Cycle, Tube, and Tire Companies in the, (39)
  • Tame and Rsa District Drainage Board, (3) 15
  • Birmingham Water Act, Loan for the Purposes of the. (101)
  • Blackmore, Capt. Edw., 266
  • Blackpool, Electrio Lighting, (145)
  • Black Smoke, Glasgow, Committee on (65)
  • Blast Furnace and Stoves at S9raing, 662, 672
  • Blaxton Gas Engine, 680
  • Blowing Engine Worked by Blast Furnace Gas, M. Ad. Greiner, 482
  • Blue-printing Room, a Large, 392
  • Board of Conciliation and Arbitration for the Manufactured Iron Trade of the North of England, Official Statistics Issued to, (130)
  • Board of Education, Directions as to Communica¬tions relating to Elementary Education, and Science, Art, and Techni¬cal Education, (361)
  • Trade, Intelligence Branch of Commer¬cial Department. (94)
  • Returns for April, (486)
  • Boer Projeotiles, Ineffectiveness of, (119)
  • Rifle, the, 222
  • Boiler», Accident to Wat9r-tube, M. A. Ravier on, (389)
  • Aveling and Porter’s, 652
  • Belleville, 488, 673
  • Introduction of, into our Navy a Failure, 673
  • and Scotch, 45, 502, 503, 504, 515
  • Corrosion in Water-tube Marine, 283
  • Explosion at Depford, Water-tube, 681
  • Farnworth, 316 with Forced Circulation, 259
  • Heating Surfacs of, Professor Dr. Frey-tag on, (513)
  • Inspection, 241
  • Government, (487), 543, 521
  • Ioturance, 545
  • Legislation, 230, 258
  • Marine. Mr. J. Dewrance on Corrosion of, 264
  • Model, Mr. J. C. Crebbin, (394)
  • Navy, 255, 383, 398, 415, 5C2, 503, 504, 515, 623
  • Oil Fuel for, (13)
  • at the Paris Exhibition, 633
  • of the Powerful, (534)
  • Registration and Inspection Committee, (361)
  • of Torpedo Boat Destroyers. 295
  • Water-tube, Five Leading Types of, Mr. Primrose on, (149)
  • of Normaud Type, making at Keyham, (145)
  • Btmbay, Coal Shipped from Calcutta to, (119)
  • Health of, (119)
  • Waste Water in, (119)
  • Borchers, Prof., On the Electric Power Utilised by Various Manufacturers, (389)
  • Boring and Milling Machine, Electrically-driven, 484, 491, 510, 511
  • Bourdon Gauges, 154, 172, 200, 235, 290, 313, 336, 412, 432, 493
  • Box-nailing Machine, The Ductor Machine Com¬pany’s, (104)
  • Boyer Air Drill on the Sunken Battleship Ap-axin, Work of the, (459)
  • Boynton Bullet-proof Shield, Tho, (25), 37
  • Bradburv’s Saw Guard. 650
  • Brazil, New Customs Regulations, (129)
  • Bradford, Refuse Destructors for, (254)
  • Bradford Sewage Committee, Centrifugal Appa¬ratus for Purifying Woolcombers’ Suds, (540)
  • Brady, Mr. John, Crank Shafts, 466
  • Bramwell, Sir Fred., Retirement, (645)
  • Brancker, Mr. John, Freedom of Liverpool Con¬ferred on, (540)
  • Brand, Mr. Jas., On Working Methods of Engi¬neering Contractors, 262
  • Breaches in Sea and River Embankments, Closing of, Mr. R. F. Grantham, 292
  • Bricks, Magnetic Qaalities of Building, Tested by Messrs. Gage and Lawrence, (254)

Bridges, Railway and other:

  • Aire, Great Northern Railway Bridges over the River, (Supplement, April 20th, 1900), 259, 260, 261, 262, 402, 403, 404
  • American, Vertical Lift Draw at Lockport, and New Mississippi Railway, 98
  • Australian, (184), 200, (212)
  • Bascule Drawbridges, 568, 569, 570
  • Boston, Rolling Bascule Draw, 568, 569 570
  • Builders, American, their Readiness, 401
  • Collapsed, Paris Exhibition, 465, 571
  • Construction, Emergency, 432, 458
  • Counterbalanced Swing, over the Chicago River, 518, 520
  • De-ign, Economics in Railway, J. Graham on, 83
  • F.oor System of Girder, C. F. Findley on, 141, 149
  • Frero and Colenso, 179, (201), (215)
  • Glasgow, 16
  • Great Northern Railway Bridges over the Aire (Supplement, April 20fA, 1900), 259, 260, 261, 262, 402, 403, 404
  • Highgate Archway or, 559
  • Indus River, (591)
  • Japanese Railway, (470)
  • Material, Handling, (524)
  • Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal, Trans¬porter, (332)
  • Modder River, Process of Building Temporary Railway, (13)
  • Moving Loads on Railway, Under, W. B. Farr, 141, 149
  • Paris Railway, over the Seine, 5, 14
  • Patent Shaft and Axletree Company's, (39), (65), 66, 71, 118, (201)
  • Russia, Trans-Siberian, Yenissei River, 16
  • SL Lawrence River, Quebec, Contraot Let for New, (486)
  • Scherz?r Type of Bascule Drawbridge, 568, 563, 670
  • Selenga River, (363)
  • South African Railway, (50), 179, (201), (215)
  • Steel Rope Suspension, Newquay, Cornwall, (645)
  • Structures, Comparison of Railway, Mr. E. W. Porter, 295, 395
  • Surrey Railway, Early, 68
  • Swing, over the Aire (Supplement, April 20th, 1900), 259, 260, 261, 262. 402, 403, 401
  • acro«8 the River Charlei, United States, Worked by Electricity, (65)
  • over Ship Canal at Duluth, U.SA., (173)
  • Swing, over the Weaver at Northwich, Mr. J. A. Saner, 104
  • Sydney, North Shore, (498)
  • Tugela (Supplement, March, 30th, 1900), (39), (65), 66. 71, 118, 235. 330, 481, 485
  • United States, New East River (Suspension), 16, 24
  • United States. Niagara River (Suspsnsion), 16
  • Viaduct Construction, A Peculiar, 401
  • Volga Railway, 437
  • Washington Memorial, (524)
  • Wear, The New, over the River, (459)
  • Working Swing, by Electricity, 583
  • Bridgewater Trust, Coal Mines Re-opened by, (145)
  • Brighouso, Rsfuse Destructor for, (12)
  • Brindley, Mr. Geo. S., Japanese Order Conferred on, 463
  • British c. American Workmen, 115

British Association:

  • President, Professor A. W. Rucker Appointed, (281)
  • British Capital Invested in the Argentine, (459)
  • Fire Prevention Committee, Partition Tests, 437
  • Insulated Wire Company, The, (394)
  • Swiss Machinery, 154
  • Trade and Manufacturers, 670
  • Browett. Brindley and Co., Limited, 290
  • Brown, Mr. Andrew, Presentation to, (408)
  • Brown’s Metallic Packine’, 291
  • Bruff, Peter Schuyler, (221)
  • Bryan, Professor, on the Action of Bilge Keels, 397
  • Bubonic Plague in Sydney, (496)
  • Building Trade, Agreement Brought about at Newport, Mon., iu the, (145)
  • Burgon, Mr. Fred, (265)
  • Burrell and Sons e. Russell and Co., 358

C

  • CABLE, New Underground Telegraph, (393)
  • Aluminium-covered, (308)
  • Submarine, Laying of the New, (281)
  • A New South African, (119)
  • Submarine, between Japan, the Philip¬pines, and Colombo, (308)
  • Caird, Mr. Robert, to be Made an LL.D., (254)
  • Calendar for 1900, (499)
  • Cambered Keel Litigation, 358
  • Cambered Piston-rods, 115
  • Campbell Gas Engine Company, Portable Oil
  • Engine Search-light Plant, 426, 427
  • Camphor Monopoly, Japanese Government., 524
  • Canada, Mineral Production of, (323), (389)
  • Canadian Steel, 91

Canals:

  • Bengal, Four Irrigation, (173)
  • Birmingham and Wolverhampton, Sudden Sub¬sidence of its Bad, (524)
  • Chicago Drainage, 107, 162, (548)
  • Elbe-Trave, (618), (540)
  • Manchester Ship, Half-yearly Report, (201), (209)
  • Morris. 248
  • New York and its, 176
  • Nicaragua, (94), (145), 542
  • North Sea and Baltic, Traffic in December, January, and February, (173), (254), (389)
  • Panama, M. Hutin the Secretary to the New Company, (254)
  • Russian, 6
  • Suez, Sir C. A. Hartley on the Engineering Works of, 280
  • Navigation of, (604)
  • Terneuzen Ship, 248
  • Thames and Severn, to be taken over by the Gloucester County Council, (201)
  • United States, Lakes to Mississippi, (548)
  • Canals—see also Harbours and Waterways Lift, Novel, 74
  • System of New York, Extension of, recom¬mended, (119)
  • Traffic in 1898 in the United Kingdom, Blue-book relating to, (39)
  • Capel, Mr. H. C., His Will, (308)
  • Carbide of Calcium, Safety of Storing, proved in tbe Great Fire at Ottawa, (645)
  • Cargo Fleet Iron Company’s Blast Furnaces, Purchase of, by Sir C. Furness, (185)
  • Carnegie Armour for Russia, 233
  • Interests, The,. 411
  • Plates for Russia, 423
  • Settlement, The, 334
  • Carrying Service across the Desert in China, (433)
  • Cartsr and Wright’s Key-Saatiog Maohine, 364
  • Castle Rising Water Supply, (249)
  • Catalogues, 34, 107, 159, 214, 241, 264, 385, 443, 472, 499, 527, 550, 677, 605, 631, 653, 670
  • forwarded to Consulates, Specifica¬tion of Trade Terms should accompany, (332)
  • Cei, Captain, Invention whereby the Spanish Mauser Rifle can be converted into a Gun, (459)
  • New Projeotile Invented by, (563)
  • Cement from Blast Furnace Slag, Methods of Making, (540)
  • Contraction of, M. H. le Chatelier’s Experiments, 39
  • Century, The New, Mr. Wm. Crow’s Chart, (34)
  • in Germany, (39)
  • Chains, Heavy Mooring, Mr. T. Sehiintheil on the Manufacture of, (187)
  • Chemistry in Berlin, Teaching of, 548 Record of the Past Year, 22
  • Chester Sewage Scheme, 682
  • Chicago Main Drainage Canal Opened, (65)
  • Tunnel for Water Sapply of, (130)
  • Utilisation of Water Power Generated by the Drainage Canal, (119)
  • Chimney Overthrown by Hydraulic Jacks, (13)
  • China, Gold Mining in, 406
  • China, Mechanical Engineers in, 699 (Nee also pp. 542, 547, 553, vol. lxxxviii)
  • Naval Colleges in, 600
  • Chinese Ministers’ Industrial Tour, (50)
  • Railway, Progress, 591
  • Chuck, Automatic Jig, 412
  • Civil Engineering, Record of the Past Year, 15
  • Clinker from Refuse Destructors, Utilisation of Screened, (94), (201)
  • Clock, Meteorological, Presented to Sale Park by Sir W. H. Barley, (393)
  • Clouds, Dynamical, 461, 698
  • Clyde Firms, Amalgamation of. 665
  • Trust and New Docks, 257, 859
  • Trust, New Engineers to the, (451)
  • Weekly Pays, (455)

Coal:

  • Alabama, 254, (433)
  • American, 9, 207
  • American, for England, (433)
  • American, for Austria, (538)
  • American, for Russia, (548)
  • Bituminous, Shipped to Italy from Phila¬delphia, (119)
  • British, to France, (433)
  • British, in Holland, (6341
  • from Calcutta to Bombay, Import of, (119)
  • The Case of (from The Statut), 573
  • and Coke Consumption in Spain, (389)
  • and Coke Output, West Pennsylvania, (308)
  • and Coke Tenders for the Year, The Main
  • Drainage Committee of the London County
  • Council and the, (671)
  • Coking, Herr Schild’s Experiments, (591)
  • near Dawson City, (433)
  • Day of Dear, 462
  • Famine, Continental, 335
  • Famine, Railways and the, (52)
  • Imported to Bombay from Japan and Europe, (173)
  • Imported Cadiz, 1899, (563)
  • Increased Price of, Difference made thereby to the Railway Companies, (671)
  • Lignitic, in the Argentine Republic, (513)
  • Mechanical Treatment of, and Its Influence in
  • the Construction of Modern Boiler-houses, Mr. H. J. Greaves, (267)
  • Methods of Handling, United States, (656)
  • Mines Re-opened by the Bridgwater Trust, (145)
  • Mining, British, in 1899, 537
  • Mining, South Russian, Mr. J. Crankshaw on, 79
  • Output, British, (361), (459), (563)
  • Scotland, (13)
  • Victoria, (361)
  • Pits, Peace at the, 69 Price of, 196
  • Municipalisation and, (119)
  • Warsaw, (591)
  • Production, American, 207, 254, (433) of the Urals, (201)
  • Progress and, 311
  • Rite, No Increase in the, 336
  • Returns, United States, Bituminous and Anthra¬cite, (563)
  • Seams Pierced near Penkridge, (389)
  • for South Africa, Government Orders, (119),
  • (130)
  • per Square Foot of Grate Surface, 200
  • Strike in Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia, (308)
  • Supply, Deficiency in the Russian, (389)
  • Trade, Britain’s Over-sea, 411
  • of Grimsby and the Great Central Rail¬way Company, (145)
  • Yorkshire, 9, (394), (508)
  • Transporting Plant, Lindon Electric Supply Corporation, Deptford, 635, 638
  • field, Assam, The Makum, (629)
  • Yorkshire, 45
  • Coaling Ships at Sea, Methods of, 75
  • Coke-making Plant on the Solvay System on the Scheldt, A Large, (201) ,
  • Coke, Use of, by Motor Car Company, (408)
  • Colar Goldfield, Produce of the, (433)
  • Cold Storage in the British Islands, (332)
  • Collieries, Compensation for Injuries at, (513)
  • Purchases, and New Ones Sunk, (214)
  • Colliers, Old Age Pensions for, 488
  • Colliery Enterprise, Lodge Holes, Wednesbury, (156)
  • Colliery Owners of the United Kingdom, This Year’s Increased Cost to the, of Supplying Steam, (540)
  • Colman, Mr. H. G., Oa the Calorifio Power of Illuminating Gas, 483
  • Colonial Armaments, 97
  • Colour Temperatures of Steel, 69
  • Comber, Mr. Arthur, (563)
  • Commercial Information Office, Paris Exhibition, (649)
  • Intercourse between France and Russia, Steps to Further, (618)
  • Matters, Intelligence Branch of the Board of Trade, (94)
  • Companies, New, Darran Collieries, Limited, 868
  • Hemingways, Limited, (314), (341)
  • Henry Pooleyand Son, Limited, and Jordan and Sons, Limited, 343
  • Tat Bank Foundry and Engi¬neering Company, (472)
  • Company, New, (241)
  • Compass, The Evoy, 180
  • Concrete, Armoured, 322
  • Factory Building, Cambridge, U.S.A., 405
  • Wharves, America, 24
  • Condensation of Vapour on Windows, Preventing, 210
  • Condensing Plant, A Central, The Klein Engi¬neering Company, (104)
  • Consular Service in the United States, Bill relative to, (483)

Contracts

  • Bridge over the Tugela at Colenso, Patent Shaft and Axletree Company, (39)
  • Electric Lighting, 566
  • Forthcoming Railway, 621
  • Glasgow Tramway, 616
  • Indian State Railways, 73, 4S9
  • Rolling Stock for Bulgarian State Railways,
  • Salvage Company, of Genoa, with the Balaclava Municipality, to Raise a British Warship, (408)
  • Steel, &3, Large, United States, (656)
  • Steel Sole Plates, 48
  • Coolgardie Water Pipe Line in Australia, 614
  • Copper, 311, 566
  • upon Acetylene, Action of, (173)
  • Effect of Heat on its Strength, (466)
  • on the Mechanical Properties of Steel,
  • Influence of, (389)
  • Ootput and Consumption in Germany, Annual Report, 368
  • Price of, (332)
  • Production in the United States, (65), (319)
  • Veins in Baltimore, (645)
  • Wire used in United States Telephone Service, (408)
  • Cordite in a Hurry, 335
  • Cordite not in a Hurry, 358
  • Corrosion of Marine Boilers, John Dewrance on the, 264
  • Corrosion of Structural Metals, Prof, A, H. Sabin on, (582)
  • Corrugated Iron Buildings, 492
  • Cotsworth, Mr. H. G., On Arc Lamp3 and Arc Lighting, 144
  • Cotton Belting, The Phoenix Brand, 445
  • Imports into this Country, Increase in, (332)
  • Industry in India, (361)
  • Industry, South Carolina, (408)
  • to Manchester by the Canal, Shipment of, (591)
  • Counter, Pocket Speed, 58
  • Crane and Conveyor Plant, Electric Travelling, 348, 349
  • Electric, at Bremerhaven, (201)
  • Large Floating, for Cronstadt, (361)
  • Locomotive Steam, 74
  • at Wandsworth, Old, 8
  • Crank Shafts, Hollow, 200
  • Crank Shafts, by Mr. John Brady, 466
  • Crankshaw, Mr. J., On Coal Mining in Russia, 79
  • Craven, Mr. John, 621
  • Crookes, Sir William, and Professor Dewar’s Report on Water Supplied to London (201), (251)
  • Cross, Mr. J. W., On the Development of the Modern Locomotive Engine, 362
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals, 605
  • Cubit, the most Ancient Measure, The, (389)
  • Cumbrae Lighthouse, 191
  • Cupola, Lining a New, 301
  • Cupola, Real Fuel Ratio in the, 659
  • Currie, Mr. James, (227), (235)
  • Cutter, Milling, 466
  • Cyanide Patents, MacArthur-Forrest, Validity of, (332)
  • Cyanide Salts, Triple, instead of Potassium Cyanide in Electro-plating, Dr. Courant's, Use of, (281)
  • Cyanogen Gas, Dr. T. L. Phipson's Experiments on, (563)
  • Cycle Artillery, 48
  • Cyole, Tube and Tire Companies, Profits and Losses of 100, (89)
  • Cycles, Price of, (94)
  • Cycling, Mechanics of, 280
  • Cyclists, Highways and, 516
  • Cyclops Works, Sheffield, The King of Sweden at, (491)
  • Cylinder, Distribution of Stress in the Walls of a Thick, 230

D

  • DAIMLER, Herr, (245), (308)
  • Dalmarnock Ironworks, The, 506, 557, 560, 561
  • Dam across the Colorado River Destroyed, (513)
  • Failure of the Austin, Texas, (513), (548)
  • Niagara River, 141
  • Daniels, Mr. T., 293
  • Dartmouth as a Repairing Port, 684
  • Davey, Mr. H., Hydraulic Power Plant for Japan, 670
  • Davies, Mr. Lee, (472)
  • Day, Mr., Oa American Corliss Engines, 532, 558
  • Deakin, Mr. James, (105)
  • Death-rate in Thirty-three Great Towns of Eng¬land and Wales, (65)
  • Dellwik, Mr. Carl, Oa the Manufacture of Water Gas, 501
  • Derby Water Supply, (591)
  • Devizjs, Sewage Disposal, (520)
  • Diokinson, Mr. Geo., (576)
  • Dividends and Reports, 343
  • Dobson, Sir Benjamin, Statue at Bolton, 201

Docks:

  • Barry D.-y Dock, (591)
  • Subsidence of Land, (145) (158)
  • Year’s Shipments, (13)
  • Belfast, New Graving Docks Projected, (66),
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard, Condition of the Dry, (94)
  • Bristol, New Scheme, (630)
  • Cardiff Railway Company’s, 542
  • Clyde Trust and New, 257, 859 Dry, Hebburn, (540)
  • Dnke’s, Sale of, by the Manchester Ship Canal Company, (254)
  • Floating Dry, Morse Company’s Yards, New York, (524)
  • Floating, Hamburg, The Blohm and Voss Com¬pany, (513)
  • Goole, Further Accommodation Needed, (227)
  • Grimsby, (591)
  • Hull and Barnslsy Companies’, North-Eastern and, Great Joint Dock Scheme, (39)
  • Japan, Formosa, (212)
  • Kupetscheski, Stone Jetties to be Constructed at, (459)
  • London and India Dooks Joint Committee's Bill and the Barge Owners, (180)
  • Mersey Dock Board, (675)
  • Newport News, United State’, The New Dry, (513)
  • Pembroke, Tenders, 72
  • Penarth, Subway, 601
  • Renfrew, 359
  • Reval, Dry, (173)
  • Sunderland. Hudson Dock North, to be En¬larged (157), (173)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Achilles, The, 98, 252, 301
  • Admiral Class, Reconstruction of the, 280, 304, 385
  • Admiral Duperre, Death of, 329
  • Admiralty Coaling Orders Placed at Cardiff,
  • Alexandra to be Paid off, 520
  • America and the “ Johnson Shell,” 536
  • American Naval Needs, 72
  • New Jersey Class, Alternative Plans for the, 491
  • Submarine Boat Holland, 304
  • Ammunition, Reduction in the Varieties of, 614
  • Anchors. Testing of, 280
  • Apraxin, The, 125, 455
  • Armour on the Ram, Theory as to the Effect on Ships of a Heavy Bit of, 210
  • Armoured Sailors, Toe Question of, 72
  • Asahi, The, 125, 172, 210, 231, 280, 304, 428, 455, 536, 595, 667
  • Balincourt, Marquis de, New Edition of his “ Flottes de Combat Etrange.-es en 1900,” 614
  • Bat, The Destroyer, Laid up, 231
  • Bslleisle, Removed from Navy List, 280
  • Completed for her Final Service, 520
  • Experiments, The, 595
  • Boadicea, Dismantling of, 329
  • Brazilian Ironclad Riachuelo, New Masts, 595
  • Ships Re-named, 595
  • 24 de Maio (ex Aquidaban), 170
  • British Destroyers, The New, 141
  • and Foreign Vessels Aground, 455
  • Building Slip at Chatham, A New, 231
  • “Building Slips,” Mr. Goschen and the Elswick, 536, 567
  • Calliope, The, to Cease to be a Warship, 667
  • Camperdown, The, 252
  • Channel Fleet, The, 536, 567
  • Channel Fleet, The “Illustrated London News"
  • Picture of the, 399
  • Charlemagne, The Bow and Stern of the, 428
  • Clowes, Mr. Laird, as a Poet, 141
  • Clowes, Mr. Laird, Attacked in the ‘ Nava, and
  • Military Record ” for his Views on our Naval Officers, 640, 667
  • Coal Ordered for Abroad, The Truth as to the, 172
  • Coaling of the Channel Fleet, Results at the Last 520
  • Coaling at Soa under Weigh, M. A. Normand, 37
  • Cost per Ton of Battleships in I860 and 1899, 37
  • Cynthia, The Destroyer, 280
  • Destroyers Bat, Teaser, and Hunter, Disasters to, 231
  • Destroyers Captured at Taku, 640
  • Destroyer Fitted with Parson’s Turbines, which has Beaten the Viper’s Record, Purchased by the Admiralty, 536
  • Devonport, Amount of Work at, 254
  • Drake, The, 72
  • Dutch Cruiser, Noord Brabant, 172
  • Dutch Naval Programme for 1900, 71
  • Electra, The Destroyer, 72
  • Electric Pumps for the New French Cruisers, 23
  • Ellis and Sheen, Messrs., Their Promotion, 536
  • Elswick Turbine Destroyer Cobra, 595
  • Epiègle and Fantome, Two Sloops, to be Com¬menced, 72
  • E«px Cass, Three Funnels instead of Four, 595
  • Express and Viper, The New Destroyers, 141
  • Fervent, The Destroyer, 280. 304
  • Fighting Tops Abolished in Swedish Navy, 252
  • Fleets of the Powers, 23, 37
  • Formidable, The, 125, 210, 536
  • French Battleship, Gaulois, 23
  • Henry IV., 280
  • Steam Trials of the New, 125
  • Speed of the New, 23
  • built Torpedo Boats, 12, 36, 385
  • Cruiser, Galilds, 125
  • Guichen, 23, 304, 385, 428, 667
  • Jeanne d’Arc, 170, 385
  • Not to be Built, The Projected H 5, 595
  • Electric Pomps for the New, 23
  • Experiments similar to the Belleisle Trial. 595
  • Indomptable and Caiman, 141, 385
  • Naval Formation, A New, 595
  • Manoeuvres, The, 614
  • Programme, The New, 71
  • Rcquin and Terrib'e, 141, 385
  • Submarine Torpedo Boats, Goubet No. 2, 36
  • Torpedo Boat, Accident on Board, 359
  • Fuel, Mr. Strong’s Patent, 329
  • Garibaldi Class of Cruisers, “Le Yacht's”
  • Photographs of the. 567
  • German Battleship Kaiser Barbarcssa, The New, 491
  • v. English Torpedo Craft, 359
  • Germany Copies the Russian Mast, 491
  • Glory, The, 172, 210
  • Goschen, Mr., and Elswick, 536. 567
  • Guns of the Benedetto Brin, 428
  • Practice at South sea Castle. 428
  • at Southsea Castle, Mr. W. T. Stead on the Removal of the, 98
  • at Southsea Castle, Mounting Two Heavy, eni Dismounting of the Old, 231, 329
  • The 12-pounder, Capt. H. T. May's Agitition against their Positions, 23
  • Harbour Watch, Proposed Abolition of the, 667
  • Hecate, Cyclops, Gorgon, and Hydra, Best Tning to do with, 210
  • Herluf Trolle, Danish Ironclad, 252
  • Hermes, The Accident to the, 252
  • Hero, Grounding of, 455
  • The Gunnery Tender, 252, 280
  • Hoche, Reconstruction of the, 170
  • Hood, The, 252
  • Italian Armoured Cruisers, The New, 491
  • Italian Cruiser Puglia’s Mean, 491
  • Jane Naval War Game, Ships’ Diagrams added to, 125
  • Japanese Battleship Asahi, 125, 172, 210, 231, 280, 3C4
  • Japanese Battleship, Hats use, 210
  • Ousongumo, 172
  • Cruiser Itsukushima to be Re- boilered, 141
  • the Iwate, 210 Destroyer Niji, 172, 210
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer Ousoquo-umo, 210
  • Japan’s Fleet, 567
  • Jena, Basin Trial of her Machinery, 385
  • Jonquihre, Marquis de la, his History of his Ancestor the Admiral, 614
  • Kaiser Karl VI. to have Three Funnels, Aus¬trian Cruiser, 252
  • Kent, The, 72, 170
  • Kestrel Destroyer, The, 359
  • King-Hall, Captain, His Naval War Game, 231
  • Laird-Clowes Controversy, The, 640, 667
  • Lepanto, Nickel Steel Armour Belt for the, 37
  • Leven, The Destroyer, 280
  • London, Work Proceeding on the, 536
  • Lyddite, Mr. Fred. Villiers on, 520
  • end Armour-piercing Shell for 6in. Gunsand under in place of Common Shell, 614
  • Shells, 12in , The “ Army and Navy E Gazette,” 614
  • Maxim Gun, The •015in., to be Roplaced by D the 303in., 614
  • Naiad, Sale of the, 428
  • Narcissus, The, 252
  • “ Naval Annual,” Another, 455
  • A’aval Annua/, Illustrations in the. 614
  • Naval College at Dartmouth, The New, 304
  • Engineer Officers’ Pay, 231 r
  • Game on Board H.M.S. Mars, 359
  • Captain King-Hall’s, 231
  • Jane’s, 125
  • Mrcccivres, The, 640, 667
  • Publications, Year’s Editions of, 428
  • Scare, Another, 640
  • Tactics, Introduction to the Study of, Translated from the French, 359
  • Navy Boilers, Mr. Odagiri on, 640
  • League's Muzzle loader Crusade, Obsolete Breech-loaders added to the, 595
  • Norge, Launch of the, 359
  • Obsolete Ships, French and German, 304
  • Weeding out of, 252, 2a0
  • Odagiri, Mr., On Navy Boilers, 640
  • Oil Trouble at Devonport Dockyard, The, 385
  • Olympia, United States Cruiser, 125
  • O.-de-Browne, Captain, Lecture at the Royal Institute. 359
  • Pandora, The, 72,125, 280
  • Paper Statistics give little Knowledge of Ships, 141
  • Patent Fael in the Channel Fleet, 614
  • Pelorus Type, New Cruiser of the, 72
  • Petrel, New Destroyer, 304, 399
  • Pique, The Cruiser, 72, 385
  • Pola Almanack, The, 399.
  • The Plan Draughtsman of the, 359
  • Poltava, The, 125, 455
  • Portsmouth Docks, Demolition of Old, 172
  • Dockyard, New Basin for Destroyers, 210
  • Scarcity of Men, 210
  • Harbour, Torpedo Attack upon, 667
  • Powerful, The, 304, 399, 428, 534, 536
  • Reserve Fleet, The Alexandra, Rodney, and Leda, at Portsmouth for their Refit, 359
  • Fleet, Admiral Noel’s Statement in connection with, 520
  • Squadron, The, 98, 231, 252
  • Resolution, Semaphore Mast for the, 125
  • Rosario, The New Sloop, 36
  • Royal Yacht, Accident to, 37, 125
  • The New, 125, 141
  • Russian Battleship Admiral Buotakoff, 280, 304
  • Rstvisan, Two Military Masts, 399
  • Cruiser Admiral Nakimoff Nipped in the Ice, 491
  • Askold and Bogatyr, 141, 399
  • Bayan, 667
  • Battleship Peresvet, a Future Type for the American Navy, 399, 491
  • Gunboat Giliak, 72
  • Mandtchur, The, 610
  • Ironclad Apraxin, 491 Building, 640
  • Sinop to be Re-boilered, 141 ;
  • Naval Estimates for 1900, 23
  • Navy, Growth of the, 304
  • Warships, The New, 125
  • Sanspareil and Trafalgar, to Portland for
  • their Annual Prize Firing, 329
  • Scbichau Boats v. Thornycroft, 359
  • Schwartzkopf Torpedo, The Daily Mail's Re¬port about the, 172
  • Seagull, The Gunboat, 231
  • Semaphore Masts, 125
  • Shikishima, Her Trial9, 71, 98, 125, 359
  • Shoddy Work in our Navy, 614
  • Spanish Cruiser Estramadura, 491
  • Rio de la Plate, 141
  • Navy, Fate of the, 595
  • Star, The New Destroyer, 141
  • Sturgeon, The Destroyer, 280
  • Submarine Boats, Mr. Goschen’s Statement Respecting, 491
  • Submerged Tube Invented by the Prince cf Siam, 455
  • Sultan, The, to be Commissioned for the Matieuvres, 640
  • Swedish Battleship Giita, Re-armament and Rig, 304, 399
  • Ironclad, Dristigbeten, 141
  • Navy to be Increased by some Pro¬tected Cruisers, 536
  • Tage, French Cruiser, to be Transformed, 72
  • Taku, Destroyers Captured at, 640
  • Taku Forts, The International Fleets and the, 640
  • Temperley Transporters on British Ships, 385
  • Temperley Transporter for the Jeanne d’Arc, Third-class Battleships and Armoured Cruisers Admiralty Crusaders Against, 252
  • Torpedo Attack upon Portsmouth Harbour, 667
  • Torpedo Gunboats in Commission for the Manoeuvres, 640
  • Trafalgar, The, 252
  • Transmitters on the Canopus and in the Japan¬ese Navy, 595
  • United States Admiralty Board Rrlinquishes the Doable-turret System for the Gune of the New Jersey Class, 399
  • United States Battleship Chicago, 399
  • Villiers, Mr. Fred., On Lyddite, £20
  • Viper, Funnels of the, 210
  • Viper, Second Trial of, 37
  • Volunteers in the Navy, 428
  • Weyl, M , Death of, 23
  • Yarrow Destroyer Niji, 125
  • Doherty. Mr. H. L, On Electrical Progress in the United States, 180
  • Donaldson, Mr. Wm., (520)
  • Double-storey Turrets, 384, 413
  • Dover, Municipal Profits, Expenditure and Rates, (13)
  • New Forts at, (671)
  • Dowlais Works, The New Company, (630)
  • Doxford, Mr. Wm., Knighted, (13)
  • Drafting of Technical Patent Specifications, 82
  • Drain Testing, 458, 493, 545
  • Drainage Board, Birmingham, Tame, and Rsa District, (3)
  • of the Metropolis, Prevention of Storm Flooding, 376
  • Plant, Erection of a, British Guiana, 4
  • Underground, 571
  • Dredge, Paddle-wheel Suction, Mississippi River (656)
  • Dredger, Hydraulic, for Calcutta, 668, 669
  • Miniature Sand-pump, 464
  • Various Types of, Cost of Dredging with, New South Wales, (184)
  • Dredging Requirements of the Tyne, (502), 582
  • Dredging of Sand Cbannels, Suction, 194
  • Sand from Dublin Bar, 582
  • Suction, 582
  • Dril', Radial, 33
  • Rock, Worked by Self-contained Oil Engine, (618)
  • Drilling Machine, American, 400
  • Pillar Radial, 624
  • Doctor Machine Company’s Patent Box-nailiDg Machine, (101)
  • Dundee Gasworks, Patent Stoking Apparatus for, (389)
  • Durham College of Science, Students’Volunteer Corps (201)
  • Dyke, Dr., (106)
  • Dynamical Clouds, Lo.-d Kelvin on, 461, 598
  • Dynamite Factory ia the Transvaal, The Notor¬ious, (159)

E

  • EADIE, Mr. A., Cupola Lining, 301
  • Earth Foundations, Mr. J. E. Pierce on, (208)
  • Eclipse, The Solar, Sir N. Lockyer on the, (563)
  • Economics in Railway Bridge Design and Manu¬facture, 83
  • Eddison, Mr. Robert W.,536
  • Education, E'ementary, (361)
  • Edwards, Mr. A, E., On Artificial Lighting, (179), (496), 545
  • Egyptian Sugar, Manufacture of, 373, 376, 458, 493

Electric:

  • Accumulator Traction in Chicago to be Re¬placed by Overhead Trolley System, (133)
  • Alternating-current Distribution. 177, 181
  • Arc,’ Actinic Intensity of the Three Parts of the,(332)
  • Apparatus for Use of E’ectric Engineer Volun¬teers going to South Africa, Allowance made by War-office, (91)
  • Block Instruments on the South Indian Rail¬way, Winter’s, (251)
  • Boats to Work on the Severn, (389)
  • Brakes, Tramways, and Light Railways Exhibi¬tion, 667
  • Bulkhead Dcors, System for Working, (13)
  • Car Works, Hadley, (525)
  • Cei ing Fans in India stopped during Storm, (540)
  • Central Station Practice, Operating Economies in, Mr. W. L. Abbot on, 655
  • Charging Stations on the New Jersey Coast, (637)
  • Charging Stations, Thames Valley Launch Company’s, (671) »
  • Copper Conductors, Losses due to Manufac¬ture in, (350)
  • Crane, Largest in the World, (201)
  • and Conveyor Plant, Travelling,
  • Graham, Morton, and Co., sub-con¬tractors, Jessop and Appleby Brothers, Limited, 348, 349
  • Currents, Action on Water Pipes of Stray, (540)
  • Current Generated in Canada, Niagara Falls Power Company Petition for a Tariff on, (65)
  • Derrick, 233
  • Development in the United Kingdom, 223
  • Discharges, Experiments bearing on the Sub¬ject of Death caused by, (389)
  • Distribution in Factories, 431
  • Driven Air Compressor, Rea veil and Co., Limited, 676
  • Driving of Factories from the Public Poiot of View, Mr. A. H. Gibbings on the, (389)
  • Machine Tools (Sunplen.ent, March 23rrZ, 1900), 304, 3u6
  • Machine Toils, German Experience with Regard to, (540)
  • Machine Tools, Professor Jackson on the Question of, (361)
  • Dynamometer Car, Illinois Central Railway, (201)
  • Edison American Three-wire Patent, Expira¬tion of, (408)
  • Enirgy, Stealing of, made a Criminal Offence ii Germany (299)
  • Engineering at the Paris Exhibition, 615
  • Plant, Standardisation of, Mr. R. P. Sellon. 144, 148, 175
  • Record of the Past Year, 18
  • Engineers, Local Centres for the Corps of, (563) (R.E.)
  • Volunteers, (196), (227)
  • Volunteers Corps, Volunteers for South Africa, (39)
  • Engines—tee Engines
  • Fan, Tests, The Sun Fan Company, Limited, (308)
  • Ferranti-Plenty Plant, 650-Kilowatt, 386, 388
  • Furnace to Iron Smelting in Switzerland, Wider Application of the, (459)
  • Generation Station, Worcester, (361)
  • Generator for Leeds Tramways, 70 Haulage, (658)
  • HauliDgGear for Mines, E. Scott and Mountain, Limited, 36
  • Heating Apparatus, M. Parville’s New Form tf Resistance for, (671)
  • Heating Plant for a Hat Manufactory in New Jersey, (201)
  • Hoisting Machine, Gothic Works, Norwich, 590
  • Kennedy, Prof., On the Cost of Applying Electric Traction to the London Tramways, (305)
  • Launch on the Grand Canal, Venice, (227)
  • Magnet in German Mine, Use of, (486)
  • Magnetic Transmitter and Receiver for Measur¬ing Sound Intensities, (618)
  • Manufacturing Company’s Works, Preston, 636, 642, 643, 646
  • Nickel in Electro-plating, How to obtain, (513)
  • Notes, American News, (392)
  • Open-hearth Charging Machine, The Wellman, 273, 282
  • Overhead Wires Act, The Strict Carrying-out of, (215)
  • Plant at Cambridge, New, 34
  • Plant, Greenock Electricity Works, (671)
  • Polyphase Electric Generators, (31)
  • Power for Cotton Mills, America, (602)
  • Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal Com¬pany’s Works, 671
  • Generated by Waterfalls, Transmis; ion to Industrial Establishments in Venetia of, (227)
  • Plant Developing 600,000 Horse-powe-, Canada, (645)
  • Plant, Hydraulic, Hartford Electric Light Company, 444
  • Scheme, Colne, (645)
  • Schemes in Spain, (510)
  • Station, Buxton, (563)
  • Stations and Distribution, America, (602)
  • Transmission, On Distant, by Prof. Geo. Forbes, 523
  • Transmission from the Shawinigan Falls, United States, Works for, (513)
  • Utilised in Manufacture of Calcium Car¬bide, Alkalies, Aluminium, Ac. &c., (389)
  • Progress in the United States, Last Year’s, 180
  • Riicker v. London Electric Supply Corporation, Limited, 177, 181
  • Safety Apparatus for Lifts, Messrs. Amend and Hollins, 316
  • Self-cooling Transformers, 2C9
  • Shepardson, Mr. G. D., Tests for Candle-power
  • and Wattage of Incandescent Lamps from Lamp Factories, (308)
  • Sun Fan Company, Limited, Tests on an Elec¬trically-driven Fan, (308)
  • Supply Company for South Wales, 63
  • Meter of the Frictionless Motor Type, Mr. S. Evershed at the Royal Society, 619
  • Station, Wandsworth, 224, 226, 228
  • Swing Bridge Worked by Electricity, (65)
  • Trac.ion Experiments on the Mediterranean Railway, (590)
  • The Johnson-Lundell System of, 399
  • Mr. W. A. Walton on, 312
  • Exhibits at the Tramways and Light Railway s Exhibition, 667
  • on the Metropolitan Railway, 205, 52
  • on Railways and Tramways, Factory at Milan for Producing Material Required for, (563)
  • Undertakings in Frai.ce, Total Length of, (389)
  • Transmit sion of Sound, How its ES.iency is Increased, (459)
  • Turbine-driven Generating Set, New York, (615)
  • Vibrations, Prof. O. Lodge on, (254)
  • Waves, Radiator for the Production of Short, Dr, Flemirg at the Royal Society, 619

Electric Light:

  • Alternating-current Distribution, 177
  • Arc, Actinic Intensity of the Three Parts of the, (332)
  • Brrmondsey, 101 Blackpool, (145)
  • Bolckow, Vaughan, and Co.’s Work’, (185)
  • Boston, United States (602)
  • Cambridge, 34 Charges, 275
  • Chicago, Utilsation of Water Power Generated by Drainage Canal, (119)
  • City of London Electric Lighting Company’s Report, 1899, (254)
  • City Road Electric Supply Station, 197, 198, 199 202
  • Corridor Trains, Great Western, (618)
  • Cost of, by Private Installations v. Pubric Supply Companies, 405
  • County of London Electric Lighting Company, 197, 198, 199, 202
  • Wandsworth Station, 221, 226, 228
  • Devonport, (281)
  • Dublin, 10
  • Dust on the Wires, Cause of the Collection of, (618)
  • Fire at tho Maiden-lane Station, 258
  • Gloucester, (570)
  • The Great Chimney Stack, 285
  • Harrogate, 252, 253, 313
  • Hertford Electric Light Company, Hydraulic Power Plant, 441
  • llcckxondwike, (513)
  • Hull Corporation, Electric Lighting Station, Combined Engines and Dynamo, 305, 307
  • Lamps, Aluminium, Electrode for Arc, (332)
  • Arc Lighting and Arc, Mr. II. G. Cotsworthon, 144
  • Deposit of Carbon on the Walls of In¬candescent, (30S)
  • Effect of Lightning on, 170, 381
  • Incandescent, in America, Tests to Show the Efficiency of, (332)
  • Incandescent, and the Auer Incan¬descent Gas Lamp Compared, (173)
  • A New Form of Arc, (591)
  • Tests for Candle-power and Wattage of Incandescent Lamps from Seven Fac¬tories, (308)
  • Lightships, Capa Hatteras, (389)
  • Loans, 333
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, Deptford, 650-Kilowatt Ferranti-Plenty Plant, 386, 388
  • London Electrio Sepply Corporation, Riicker v.Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Maryle- bone Consumers Grievances against, (65)
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Limited, Willesden Works, 451, 452, 453
  • Newcastle, (361)
  • New York, Steel Chimney Stacks at the New Main Power Station, (119)
  • Photo Prints by, 363
  • Plant Operated by a Gas Engine, Central Sta¬tion, Chicago, Paper by J. C. Small, 623
  • Presce and Cardew's Report on the Cost of Lighting Railway Carriages, (65)
  • Railway Works, (536)
  • Rolling Stock, Cost of, (65)
  • Rotherham. (251)
  • St. Helena (Well’s Lights), (433)
  • St. James and Pall Mall Company, Board of Trade Units Generated, (145) u t. Panera?, 466 Si’.ford, (239), 671
  • South Wales, (63)
  • Spanish Towns to be Supplied with, (486)
  • Station, Wandsworth, 224, 226, 228 Stockport, (94)
  • Sydney. 24, (527)
  • Train Lighting Apparatus. Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway (232)
  • Train Lighting in West Australia, Stone’s System of, (281)
  • United States Government Printing Office, Washington. (618)
  • Warrington, (145)
  • Warsaw, (591)
  • Whitby, (254)
  • Willesdca Electric Supply Station, 451, 452, 453
  • Worcester, (361)
  • York Corporation Works, (227)
  • Electricity: v. Acetylene, (512)
  • to Engineering, Relations of, Sir W. H. Preeco, 443
  • High-tension, Mr. Stanley J. Harding on, (173)
  • in the Mint at Philadelphia, Use of, (332)
  • from Peat, Genoration of, (408)
  • Retail, Messrs. Bentley and Co.’s Plant for Supplying, 497
  • to Supersede Steam Power at Kiel Dockyard, (618)
  • Supply, Gloucester, (570)
  • in Warships, 521
  • Working Swing Bridges by, 583
  • Eleotro-plating Baths, Use of Triple Cyanide Salts in, (281)
  • Electrolytic Copper instead of Lake Ingots to be the Standard Quotations, New York Metal Exchange, (361)
  • Elswick Naval Mountings, 59, 62, 63, 64, 88, 89
  • Elswick Shipyard in 1899, Naval Work of the, 73
  • Employers’ Liability Act, A. Harris v. Great Western Railway Company, 467
  • Employers' Liability Act in Spain, New, (540)

Engines:

  • Esthetic Steam, 176, 235
  • Air, for Boring Tool, 326, 327
  • American Corliss, for Electric Traction, Notes on by Charles Day, 582, 558
  • Balanced Oil, Messrs. White and Nunn’s Patent, 571
  • Blowing, A "Buckeye” Vertical Invorted, (682)
  • with New Corliss Gear, Sir C. Furness.
  • Westgartb, and Co., Limited, (185)
  • for the Ohio Works of tho National Steel Company, (389)
  • Compound Ordored at Noon, April 6th, from Scott and Hodgson, Completed and at Work 4 a. m. May 2nd, (497)
  • Traction, 8 Horse power, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 650
  • Corliss, American, Mr. C. Day’s Notes on, 532, 558
  • Crank Shafts of, Mr. John Brady, 466
  • Drop in Multiple Expansion, 96
  • Electric, Hall Corporation. Electric Lighting Station, 305, 307
  • and Alternator, H'gh-speed, Harro¬gate, 252, 253
  • with Dynamo Combined, 305, 307
  • in Prussia, (332)
  • Traction, 623
  • Truction, American Corlis), Charles Day on, 532, 558
  • Tramway, New York, 444
  • Factory, A Large, Hainsburg, U.S.A., (209)
  • Farcot One-cylinder, Paris Exhibition, 664
  • Gas-blowing, Seraing, Paris Exhibition, 662, 672
  • for High Furnace Gases, 12
  • 650 Hone-power, Seraing, Belgium, 662, 663
  • and Oil, Blaxton Engineering Company, 680
  • at the Royal Agricultural Show, 651
  • Germany, Luxemburg, Belgium, France, and Great Britain, Statistics relative to, (540)
  • Indicator Cards, Central Valve, 115
  • Ljungstrom’s Crankless, 362, 432
  • Locomotive—see Railway Locomotives Lubricants for Internal Combustion, 509 Marine, Corvettp "General Biquedano,” 378, 379, 380
  • Mileage, 412
  • Mill, 2000 Indicated Horse-power Compound Corliss, 35, 40
  • Oil, Applied to Motor Cars, Balanced, 653
  • in Palestine (459)
  • at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 651
  • Paris Exhibition, 565, 579, 593, 607, 662, 664, 672
  • Pilot, 436 Plenty, 387, 388
  • Prime Movers at the Paris Exhibition, 579, 607
  • Pumping, Triple-expansion, Leeds Waterworks, 150-153
  • Pumping, Worth, Mackenzie, and Co., (630)
  • Revolving Cylinder, 412, 432
  • Single-crank Compound, 47
  • Steam, Mr. C. T. Porter’s, (13)
  • Steam, in Use in Prussia for Generation of Electric Energy, (332)
  • Steam Engine Theory and Practice, Professor Wm. Ripper on, 422, 463
  • Tandem Launch, Mr. Jas. W. Boulton, 626
  • Tandem, SiDgle-crank, 235, 290
  • Theory, Practice, and the Steam, 410
  • Thurston, Professor, on the, at the End of the Nineteen Century, (13)
  • Traction, at Frere, (13)
  • Traction, for Siberian Mining District, (433)
  • Traction for South Africa, (64), 145, 215, 319, (389)
  • Traversing Winding, Mr. Morgan’s, (359)
  • Triple-expansion, 3000 Horse-power, fur the Berlin Tramways (Supplements, May 25lh and Jane M>th, 19C0), 546, 621
  • and Boiler Attendants in Massachusetts, Licensing of, (281)
  • Engine-room Artificers of the Channel Squadron in Disgrace, (227)
  • Engineering, Admiralty, 328, 406, 454, 492, 502, (521), 675
  • Civil, Record of the Past Year, 15
  • Congress at Glasgow, 285
  • Contractors, Working Methods of, Mr. James Brand on, 262
  • Electrical, Record of the Past Year, 18
  • in India, 384
  • Mechanical Record of the Past hear, 16
  • Relations of Electricity to, Sir W. II. Preece, 443
  • Sanitary, Record of the Past Year, 19
  • Works of the Suez Canal, Sir C. A. Hartley on, 280
  • Engineers, Birthday Honours for, 536
  • Charges, 492
  • and China, 74
  • Education of, 194
  • French Naval, 372
  • Functions of the, Sir W. H. Preece on, 183
  • Mr. Henry Hodgson on Our Position as, 64
  • in China, Mechanical, 599 — /ee also pages 542, 547, 553, Vol. lxxxviii.
  • Officer, Experiences of an, 133, 161, 189, 217
  • from Keyham. who have Joined the Navy, Number of, (201)
  • ia Ohio, Licence Law Requiring Ex¬amination and Licence of, (486,
  • Preliminary Education of, 231
  • Promising Markets for British, 205
  • and Spain, 479
  • Training of Young, Mr. W. C. Barrow- man on, (239)
  • English Newspaper to be Published in St. Peters¬burg to appear in Russian in London, (94)
  • Swiss Machinery, 154
  • Syndicate for Acquiring Coal from Ala¬bama, (433)
  • Easley Basic Steel Works, United States America, 142, 143
  • Equalising Levers, 313, 381
  • Erosion of Gun Barrels, 381
  • Evershed, Mr. S., Electric Supply Meter of the Frictionless Motor Type, 619
  • Evoy, Compass, 180
  • Ewing and Rosenhain, Messrs., On the Crystal¬line Structure of Metal’, 605

Exhibitions:

  • Acetylene, Budapest, Official Report, 110
  • in Paris, (419)
  • Agricultural Implements, to be held in Russia, and German Uneasiness respecting, (13)
  • Buenos Ayres, Dairy Industry, (145), (201)
  • Crete, International, (94f Glasgow, International, 1901, (308), (359), (512) Manchester, Motor Cars, (227)
  • Motor Vehicles, Agricultural Hall, Islington, (369), 411
  • Vienna, (339)
  • Paris—see Paris Exhibition
  • Tramways and Light Railways, (266), 667

Explosives:

  • Cordite and our Guns, 648
  • in a Hurry, 335
  • not in a Hurry, 358
  • Dynamicables, 68
  • High, in Shells, 21
  • Lyddite, Explosion of, (536)
  • and Shrapnel Shells, (25), 41, (77)
  • Marsite, The New, (201)
  • Modern, by Sir A. Noble, 335
  • Pitite and Stowmarket Gelignite added to the
  • Explosives Prohibited in Mines, (459)
  • Projsctiles, Soft-capped, United States (591)
  • Shell, A New, 488
  • Shells on Ships, Action of, 670, 674
  • Smoke, 226
  • Smokeless Powder, Japan, (524)
  • Explosions at Avigliana, Dynamite, (281)
  • Boiler, 316
  • Peculiar, (433)
  • at South Shields Gas Works, (145)
  • Exports from America to Russia, (227)

F

  • FAILURE of a Great Experiment, 673
  • Fan Tests, 308, 381
  • Farr, W. B., On Moving Leads on Railway Under Bridges, 141, 149
  • Fay and Scott Turret Lathe, 168, 167, 169
  • Ferriss Wheel for Sale, (486)
  • Ferrule, Thornycroft’s Expanding Condenser, 509
  • FessendeD, Professor R. A., and the Nernst Lamp, (227)
  • Field, Mr. Rogers, 362
  • Fifeshire Miners will not send a Labour Repre¬sentative to Parliament, (108)
  • File Makers in England, Swiss, (408)
  • Findlay, C. F., On the Floor System of Girder Bridges, 141, 149
  • Finish, Commercial Value of, 593
  • Fire at Blair and Co.’s Ecgineering Works, (254)
  • Boston, L. and N.W. Station Shed, (591)
  • Cyfarthfa Collieries, in Lamp-room, (332)
  • Glasgow, at Messrs. D. and W. Henderson’s Works, (618)
  • Hamstead Mine, (628)
  • Maiden-lane Electric Lighting Station, (258)
  • on the Narcissus, (308)
  • Annunciator, Automatic, 679
  • Arms for the City of London Imperial Volunteers, (39)
  • Arms, the Spanish Mauser R’fle Converted into a Gun, (459)
  • Boxes, Water-tube, London and South- Western Railway, 464
  • Prevention Committee, British, 437
  • Proofing Timber, Mr. Cowper-Coles od, 248
  • Tests by the British Fire-prevention Com¬mittee, (249), (254)
  • Test with an Office Safe, (254)
  • Fitzierald, Admiral, on the Imperial Japanese Navy, 352, 364
  • Flannery, Sir Fortescue, Questions respecting H.M.S. Terrible and H.M.S. Hermes, 675
  • Fleet-street, No. 17, and the London County Council, (332)
  • Fleets of the Powers, Parliamentary Paper show¬ing, 23, 37
  • Fleming, Dr., Radiator for the Production of Short Electric Waves (shown at the Royal Society’s Conversazione), 649
  • Floor System of Girder Bridges, C. F. Findlay on, 141, 149
  • F.uoroscope, Stereoscopic, Exhibited by Mr. J. M. Davidson, 649
  • Foden’s Straw Press, 652
  • Fog Signal Detonator E jonomiser, 140
  • Fog Signalling, 140
  • Forbes and Grover, Messrs., On Wrapping Ma¬chines, 300
  • Forbes, Prof. Geo., On Distant Electrical Power ( Transmission, 523
  • Foreign, Really English-made Articles Sold as, (618)
  • Forging Press for the Ordnance Factories at Woolwich, (361), (367)
  • Forging Presses, Two of the Largest, (308)
  • Fort to Command the Clyde, Government Pro¬ject, (408)
  • Fosdick and Holloway, Radial Drill, 33
  • Fox, Mr. C. B , On the Simplon Tunnel, 114 i
  • France and Free Ports, 436
  • French and British Guns and Ships, 299, 322
  • Naval Budget, The. 335
  • Naval Engineers, 372
  • Friction of Steam Packings, by Chas. Hy. Ben¬jamin, 627
  • Fuel Famine, 43
  • Oil, for Boilers, (13)
  • Oil, for Steamers, (13)
  • Ratio in the Cupola, Tne Real, 659
  • Furnace-chargiDg Machine, Wellman, 273, 282
  • The Meldrum. 144
  • Oil Assay, 196
  • Plant, New Blast, at Columbus, (548)
  • Furness, Mr. Geo., (78)

G

  • GALVANIC Cells, Reversibility of, (254)
  • Garbage Furnaces at San Francisco, (584)
  • Garrard, Mr. Milling Cutter, 466
  • Gas at Birmingham, Low Price of, (540)
  • Calorific Power of Illuminating, Mr. II. G. Colman, 483
  • Carburetted Water, 521
  • Carburetted Water, Question of Legislative
  • Regulation of its Use, (563)
  • Committee of the Leeds Corporation, 684
  • Companies and the Coal Famine, 285
  • Consumed, Enhanced Rate for, Question Raised Respecting, (671)
  • Cyanogen. (563)
  • Cylinder Testing, 572, 599
  • Distributing under Pressure, 524
  • Engineering, Details in, 626
  • Engines for Driving Grindstones Condemned, (145), (233)
  • Enrichment of Coal, Mr. G. Livesey on, 454,
  • 483, (486), (509), 521 Explosion, South Shields Works, (145)
  • Holders for Glasgow, Two Big, (459)
  • H older, Telescoping a, 605
  • Lighting, Incandescent, in Germany, Pro¬posals to Reduce the Candle-power, (65)
  • Lowest Price Known Supplied by the Widnes Works, (540)
  • Main in Pennsylvania, A Wrought Iron, (433)
  • Making Purposes, Carbonisation of Cannel and Shales for, Mr. S. Glover on, 483
  • Naphthalene in Coal, its Detection and
  • Extraction, Mr. W. Irwin, 483
  • The New, Mr. W. H. Y. Webber, 616
  • Price Raised, (682)
  • Supply, London, (459)
  • Record of the Past year, 20
  • Penny-in-the-slot Meters, Figures Relating to, (145), (173)
  • Testing, London County Council’s Proposal Rejected, (486)
  • Tests of London, (394)
  • Undertakings in the United Kingdom, (227)
  • Water, for Loods, (145)
  • Gae, Water, Manufacture of, 501
  • and its Recent Continental Develop¬ments. Prof. V. B. Lewes, 483
  • Gasworks for Glasgow, New, (545)
  • Gasworks, Regenerative Benches in, 605
  • Gauges, Bourdon, 154. 172, 200, 235, 290, 313, 336, 412, 432, 493
  • Water, 309, 360, 381, 492
  • Pressure, F. H. StillmaD, 211
  • Gear Wheel Cast in America, A Large, (308)
  • Geological Field Class, The London, Saturday Afternoon Excursions, (372)
  • Geological Survey and Museum of Practical Geology, 577
  • German Axles, 670
  • Commercial Schools, Russian Language to be Taught in, (332)
  • Ex pert View of the American Iron and Steel Industries, 405
  • Foreign Trade to the German Colonies, Improvement in, (526)
  • General Import in 1899, Value of, '(145)
  • Imperial Post and Telegraph Office, Receipts of, (645)
  • Naval Budget, (94)
  • Pig Iron Output, (39)
  • Germany’s Exports to the United States, Value of, (433)
  • Germany, Population of, (459)
  • Giant Steel Trust Again, The, 310
  • Gilchrist, Mr. Archibald, 45
  • Gjers and Harrison, Messrs, Equalisation of the Varying Temperature of the Hot Blast, 501
  • Glasgow and the Bacterial Treatment of Sewage, (201), (285)
  • Health Committee, Area of Cleansing Operations, (94)
  • Glover, Mr. S., On the Carbonisation of Cannel and Shales lor Gas making, 483
  • Gold, Alloying of, (563)
  • Concessions in Celebes, Borneo, and Sumatra, (645)
  • Digger, Pneumatic Caisson, (173)
  • Exports from West Australia, (145)
  • fields in Japan, (408)
  • in India, (433)
  • Mining in Alaska, (332)
  • China, 406
  • Nugget weighing 160 oz., (39)
  • Output, Australian Colonies, (145), (212)
  • New South Wales, (389), (591)
  • New Zealand, (602)
  • Victoria, 1899, (39)
  • Reef Discovered in Newfoundland, (408)
  • Returns, United States, (563)
  • Goodman, Professor, On Design of Governors, 222
  • Güransson, Mr. G. F., (512)
  • Goschen, Mr., On Ordnance and Explosives, 515
  • Gothic Works, Norwich, 588, 589
  • Governors, New Measure of Good Quality in, by
  • Professor R. H. Smith, 529
  • Some Points in the Design of, 222
  • Graham, J., On Economies in Railway Bridge Design and Manufacture, 83
  • Morton and Co., Electric Travelling Crane and Conveyor Plant, 348, 349
  • Grain Warehouses, America, 24
  • Grantham, Mr. R. F., Closing of Breaches in Sea and River Embankments, 292
  • Graphite, Manufacture of, 23
  • Greaves, Mr. H. J., On the Mechanical Treat¬ment of Coal, (267)
  • Greenwich Temperature and Rainfall and Sun¬shine Records, Year ending April 30th, 1900, (671)
  • Greiner, Mr. Ad., On a Blowing Engine Worked by Blast Furnace Gas, 482
  • Grindley, Mr. J. H., On the Thermodynamical Properties of Superheated Steam, 291
  • Grindstones, Major Roe Condemns Gas Engines for Driving, (145), (233)
  • Grove, Sir George, 567
  • Guest, Mr. J. J., On the Strength of Materials, 576
  • Gan Barrels, Erosion of, 381
  • Gunnery Experiments, 437
  • Guns—sec Ordnance
  • Our, and their Uss in the War, 109, 177, 204
  • Trade, The Birmingham, (406)

H

  • HACKNEY Public Baths, (477)
  • Halifax, New Reservoirs at Walsbaw D.an, (281)
  • Hammer, Longworth Power, 218, 237
  • Hamstead Mine, Fire at, (628)

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Aberdeen, 451
  • Australia, 451
  • Bahia Blanca, Improvement of the Harbour, (389)
  • Bitoum, Port of, (347)
  • Canal Luck Gates by Sand Blast, Ceaning, 582
  • Locks, Pneumatic Balince, 582
  • Schemes, British and American, 21
  • Commercial Harbour, West End of the North Sea and Baltic Canal, (408)
  • Conneaut Harbour, Improvement of, by the Carnegie Company, (408)
  • Copenhagen, Port of, (263)
  • Cronstadt, (119)
  • Cuxhaven, (649)
  • Dnieper Estuary, Projacted Ilirbuur on Black Ssa, (332)
  • Dredging, Suction, 582
  • Dublin, 682
  • Duddon Estuary, The, 111
  • Garston Docks, 582
  • Grimsby, 451
  • Harrington Pier, Extsnsion, 142
  • Hartlepool. 582
  • lleysham Harbour, (356)
  • Hongkong, 559
  • Hull, 111, 582
  • Inland Waterways, 142
  • Ipswich, 451
  • Japan, Takamatsu, (212)
  • Leith, 582
  • Liverpool, 582
  • Llanelly, 111
  • Manchester Ship Canal, (488), 582
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Scheme for Utilising
  • the Water Ballast taken up the, (408)
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Does, (486)
  • Mexico, Selina Cruz Harbour, 248
  • Middlesborough, 111
  • Moute Video, (258)
  • Moray Firth, 451
  • Morris Canal, 218
  • Ouse Navigation, River, 142
  • Portknockie, 582
  • Record of the Past Year's Work at Home and Abroad, 21
  • Ribble, The 582
  • South Africa, 451
  • Sunderland, 111, (157), (173), 582
  • Swansea, 111, (294)
  • Terneuzen Ship Canal, 248
  • Thames, The, 248, 451
  • Tyne, The, 111, 582 Wisbech, 248
  • Hardy, Mr. John, (486)
  • Harland and Wolff’s Extension Schemes (65)
  • Harpenden Sewage Disposal, (433)
  • Hartley, Sir C. A., On the Engineering Works of the Suez Canal, 280
  • Hartness Flat Turret Lathe, 219, 220, 221
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Pumping Engines.
  • Leeds, 150, 151, 152. 153
  • Haulage, Economical, 47
  • Waste, 121,154, 172, 412, 521, 545
  • Hauling Gesr for Mines, Electric. 36
  • Haupt, Mr. Louis M., Reaction Jetties, 399
  • Health in the Workshop, Mr. J. D. Sutcliffe on, (239)
  • Heat on Babbitt Metal, Effect of, 235
  • Insulators, Method of Testing Comparative Efficiency of, (433)
  • Utilisation of Waste, 203, 312
  • Heating with, Exhaust Steam, 273
  • Hot-water, (209)
  • Hele-Shaw, Professor, The Pressure on an In¬clined Plane with Special Reference to Balanced Rudders, 397, 413
  • Professor H. S., On Road Locomo¬tion, 454, 468, 494, 495, 547, (571), 573, 601
  • Helps, Mr. J. W., On the Gas Industry, 454
  • Henderson, Mr. J. B., On the Mechanics of Cycling, 280
  • Henshaw, Mr. Alfred, (394)
  • Herriot, Mr. George (472)
  • Highgate Archway, The New, 559
  • Highways and Cyclists, 516
  • Hingeless Arcb, The, 421
  • Hirst, Mr. T., (318)
  • Hodbarrow Mines, Sea Wall to Protect, (281)
  • Hodgkin, Major Eliot, 106
  • Hodgson, Mr. Henry, on “ Our Position as Engineers,” 64
  • Hodgson, Mr. R. B., on the Meldrum Furnace, 144
  • Hogg, Mr. A., Road Paring Machine, 677
  • Holmes, Mr. Sheriton, (487, 488)
  • Homan, Mr. Brees vaD, on Steel Skeleton Con¬struction, 287
  • Hongkong, New Maritime Works at, 559
  • Hopetouu, Earl of, Inaugural Address at the Institution of Naval Architects, 352, 358
  • Hopkinson Memorial Wing of the Engineering Laboratory, Cambridge, (94)
  • Horses Employed by the Glasgow Health Com¬mittee, Cost of Feeding, (94)
  • Horse-power, Value of a, 122, 259
  • Horses Unattended on Public Roads, Dangers of Leaving, (65)
  • Hospitals for Railway Employés in Russia, (467)
  • Hospital Train, The Princess Christian, 48
  • Hot Blast, Equalisation of the Varying Tempera¬ture of the, Messrs. Gjers and Harrison, 501
  • Hot-water Heating, (209)
  • Hovgaard, Captain Wm., Strength of Elliptic Sections under Fluid Pressure, 379
  • Hughes, Prof. Edward, 91
  • Hulet Hydraulic Unloader, The, 330, 331
  • Hull Corporation Coal Inspector’s Returns for January, (185)
  • Corporation’s Water and Gas Committee, Meeting of the, 446
  • Street Improvements, (671)
  • Humidity of Atmosphere for Textile Manufac¬tures, (3)
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Narrow-gauge Tank Engine, 38, 44, 45
  • Huxbam, Mr. H., 194
  • Hydraulic Dredger for Calcutta, 668. 669
  • Machinery for Handling Ore, 330
  • of the Tower Bridge, Mr. H. M. Rootbam on, (413)
  • Power Plant for the Miike Mines, Japan, Mr. H. Davey, 613, 614
  • Power Plant for Japan, 670
  • Hydrogen Arsenite, Aeronaut Poisoned by, (459)
  • Solid, Prof. Dewar’s Discourse, 385

I

  • ICE and Cold Storage Trades Directory, (281)
  • Illinois Steel Company’s Mills, Men Thrown out of Work, (591)
  • India, Cotton Industry, (361)
  • Jute Industry, (361)
  • Rubber Substitutes, 462
  • Rubber from the Tree, Novel Process for the Extraction of, (540)
  • Rubber Industry, Sierra Leone, (281)
  • Indian Iron and Coal, 299
  • Indicator Cards, Central Valve Engine, 115
  • Diagram, Its Influence on the Design of Valve Gear, 55
  • Ripper’s Mean Pressure, 101
  • Influenza, High Temperature a Preservative against, (39)
  • Injectors, Holden and Brooke, Limited, 367
  • Irnis, Mr. J. J., Presidential Address, 53

Institute, City and Guilds of London:

  • Committee's Decision respecting Conduct of Examinations by the Science and Art De- par', meat, (301)

Institute of Engineers, Midland :

  • Sinking Shafts at Maypole Colliery, Abram, Mr. J as. Keeo, (227)

Institute of Engineers and Ship¬builders, North-East Coast:

  • Receiver Drop in Multiple-expansion Engines, Prof. B. L. Weighton, 86

Institute of Engineers, South Wales:

  • Award of the Lewis Prize», (52)

Institute, Franklin:

  • Experiments on Effect of Heat on Strength of Copper, (466)

Institute, Incorporated Gas:

  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. E. H. Stevenson, 615
  • Automatic Stoking and Inclined Retorts, Mr. W. R. Chester, 616
  • Excursion to Paris, Elections for the ensuing Year, 616
  • Gas, The New, Mr. W. H. Y. Webber, 616
  • Gas and Water Experts, Some Disputed Points among, Mr. J. Wilkinson, 616
  • Naphthalene from Retort to Point of Diposi¬tion, Mr. W. Young, 616
  • Retort-house Roofs, Mr. A. T. Walmisley, 616

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Autumn Meeting to ba Held in Paris, (654)
  • Bassemer Gold Medal Awarded to M. H. de
  • Wendel, (254)
  • Blowing Engine Worked by Blast Furnace Gas, M. Adolphe Greiner, 482
  • Fluid Metal in the Open-hearth Furnace, Use of, Mr. Jas. Riley, 482
  • Manganese Ores of Brazil, Mr. Herbert Kil- burn Scott, 502
  • Open-hearth Furnace, Continuous Working of, Mr. B. Talbot, 482
  • Ordnance and Explosives, Mr. Goschen on, 615
  • Programme of the Annual Meeting, 429
  • Water Gas, Manufacture and Application of, Mr. Carl Dellwik, 501
  • Institute of Marine Engineers Conversazione and Ball, (100)

Institute of Mining Engineers : American :

  • Device for Sampling Pig Iron, Mr. F. W. Shimer, 392

Institute of Patent Agents: Chartered:

  • Conversazione, (671)

Institute: Staffordshire Iron and Steel:

  • Mixing Machines for Production of Foundry Pig Iron, Mr. H. Pilkicgton on the Use of, (104)

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • American Engineers, Invitation to the, 621
  • Bearing Sptiogs, B. Humphrey and H. E. O’Brien, 233
  • Corrosion of Marine Boilers, J. Dewrance, 264
  • Election of Members and Presentation of Awards, 414
  • Engineering Works of the Suez Canal, Sir C. A. Hartley, 280
  • Floor Systems of Girder Bridges, Mr. C. F. Findlay, 141, 149
  • Great Central Railway Extension, Mr. F. W. Bidder and Mr. F. D. Fox, 312
  • "James Forrest” Lecture, The, Sir W. H. Preece on the Relations between Electricity and Engineering, 443
  • Locomotive Eagine, Development of the Modern, Mr. W. J. Cross, 362
  • Martell, Mr. B., Elected Member, 11
  • Moving Loads on Railway Under-bridges, Mr. W. B. Farr, 141, 149
  • Newcastle Association of Students, 183, 262, 280
  • Programme of the Thirty second Annual Con¬vention of the American Society of Civil Eogineers, to be held in London, 621
  • Purification of Water after its Use in Manu¬factories, by R. A. Tatton, 74
  • Rails in Great Britain, Sir I. L. Bell, 417
  • Rails in Tunnel, Wear of Steal, Mr. Thomas Andrews, 417
  • Railway Construction in New South Wales, Mr. Hy. Deane, 391
  • Student’s Meeting, Distribution of Stress in the Walls of a Thick Cylinder, by Messrs Duncan, Wales, and Day, 280
  • Swing Bridges over the Weaver, Mr. J. A. Saner, 104
  • Twenty-fifth Annual Dinner, 458

Institution of Civil Engineers: Glasgow Association of Students of:

  • Engineer, Functions of the, Sir Wm. Preece on, 183
  • Laying down of Small Works for the Produc¬tion of Wrought Iron, Mr. A. Home Morton, 392
  • Locomotive Practice of Great Britain and the United States, Mr. Clarence N. Goodall on Some Points in the, 392
  • Struts with or without Lateral Loading, Mr. H. E. Wimperis, S91
  • Students’ Meetings of the Institution of Civil Eogineers

Institution of Draughtsmen, British:

  • (512)

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Conversazione, (671)
  • Distant Electric Power Transmission, Professor Geo. Forbes, 523
  • Meeting in Paris, (563)
  • Standardisation of Electrical Engineerirg Plant, Mr. Porcy Sellon, 144, 148, 175

Institution of Electrical Engineers, Glasgow:

  • Local Section of, Formation of a, (123)
  • Institution of Engineers, Chesterfield and Midland Counties:
  • Excuriion Meeting, April 7tb, (332)

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, The North-East Coast:

  • Awards for Last Session, (105)
  • British Naval Engineer: his Present Position
  • and Influence on our Sea Power, Mr. D. B. Morison, 362, 391, 416, 432
  • Distribution of Materials in the Upper'Parts of Large Steamers, Mr. S. J. P. Thearle, 145
  • Engineers, Considerations affecting the Gain¬ing of Young, Mr. W. C. Barrowman, 239

Institution of Gas Engineers:

  • Calorific Power of Illuminating Gas, Mr. H. G. Colman, 483
  • Carbonisation of Cannel and Shales for Gas makirg Purposes, Mr. S. Glover, 483
  • Coal Gas, Enrichment of, Mr. G. Livesey, 454, 483, (486), (509)
  • Gasholder and other Tanks at Sheflield, Mr. Stevenson, 483
  • Helps, Mr. J. W., On the Scheme for Amal¬gamation with the Incorporated Gas Institute, 454
  • Naphthalene in Coal Gas, its Detection and Extraction, Mr. W. Irwin, 483
  • Water Gas and its Recent Continental Develop¬ments, Professor V, B. Lewes, 483

Institution of Junior Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, 111
  • Arc Lamps and Arc Lighting, Mr. H. G. Cots- wortb, 144
  • Conversazione—Exhibits—Lecture by Hon. C. A. Parsons, 294
  • Motor Car Industry Past and Present, Messrs. Rush and Joy on the, 551
  • Visit to the Bromley Depót of the Poplar District Board of Works, 499
  • to Royal Min*, 111

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Annual Meeting and Report, Fifty-third General, 112
  • Graduates’ Meeting, Mr. T. Soböatheil on the Manufacture of Heavy Mooring Chains, 187
  • Visits. (83), (413)
  • Indicator, Ripper’s Mean Pressure, 101
  • Locomotive Practice in France, On Recent, by M. Eiouard Sauvsge, 678, 680
  • Longworth Power Hammer, Improvements iD, Mr. E. Samuelson, (Ulus.), 218, 237
  • Motor Vehicles, Paper by Mr. Hele-Sbaw on the 1000-mile Run, and Discussion thereon, 666
  • Pneumatic Tools, Portable, Mr. E. C. Amos, (218), 315, 327, 337
  • Reception of the American Visitors, 666
  • Road Locomotion, Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw, 454, 468, 494, 547, 573, 601
  • Sewage and Sewage Sludge in Rural Districts, On the Treatment of, Mr. H. H. Mogg, 53
  • St°el Skeleton Construction, Mr. Brees von HomaD, 287
  • Summer Meeting, 1900, Programme, 602
  • Water Meters of the Present Day, Mr. Wm. Schönheyder, 112, 125

Institution of Naval Architects:

  • Annual Report, Reading of, 352
  • Dates of Meetings, &c., (118), (302)
  • Inaugural Address of the President, the Earl of Hopetoun, 352
  • Bilge Keels, Action of, Prof. Bryan, 397
  • Cargo Steamers, Prof. J. H. Biles on Large, 377
  • Depth of Water on the Resistance of Ships, Influence of, Major Guiseppe Rota, 398
  • Eog'nes of the Corvette General Baquedano, Mr. Magnus Sandison, 378, 379, 380
  • Engines, Uniformity of Turning Moments of Marine, Prof. Loretz, 380
  • Japanese Navy, The Imperial, Admiral Fitz¬gerald on, 352, 364
  • Mathematical Paper, by Herr Otto Schlick, 380
  • Modern Shipbuilding, Mr. H. B. Wortley on the Practical Results of some Innovations in, 377
  • Pressure on an Inclined Plano, with Special Reference to Balanced Rudders, Prof. Hele- Shaw, 397. 413
  • Rolling of Ships on Waves, Capt. G. Russo on the, 353, 355, 356
  • Shafts, Corrosion and Failure of Propeller, Mr. A. Scott Younger, 398, 415
  • Shafts, Steel, Mysterious Fractures of, Signor R. Schanzer, 398, 440, 441, 442
  • Strength of Elliptic Sections under Fluid Pres¬sure, Capt. Wm. Hovgaard, 379
  • Types, Sizes, and Construction of Ships, Account of Changes Introduced into the, Mr. B. Martell, 352
  • Yacht Measurement, Mr. H. C. Vogt on, 379
  • Instrumental Music in the Church of Scotland, First Use of, (361)
  • Invent, How to, 594
  • Invisible Enemy, The, 172
  • Iron in Ancient Greece, 115
  • Chinese, a Rival in Japan to English and American, (513)
  • and Coal, Indian, 299
  • Effect of Nickel on Elastic Limit of, (173)
  • M. Galy-Aché on some Phenomena Presented by, (39)
  • in Japan, Working of, (513)
  • Mines in Spain, The Alquite, (317)
  • Mining in Oxford, (332)
  • Ore, Algerian, (540)
  • Deposits, Mr. B. H. Brough on, 154
  • Find at Marton, (591)
  • Supplies, 519
  • Producing Countries, Movement of Price,
  • Inland Consumption in the Various, (52)
  • Production, Pig, 110
  • and Realieed Price of, during the Two Months ending April 30th, 1900, 576
  • Iron and Steel Combine, A Giant, 310
  • Industries, German Expert View of the American. 405
  • Production in Sweden, Nice Months’ (78)
  • Rods in the United States, Pro¬duction of, (513)
  • Trade, The, 149
  • Combination in the, 310, 463
  • Conditions, American, 258, 491
  • Crisis in the Russian, 542
  • Ironfounding in America, Courses of Education in, (671)
  • Irrigation Works in Turkestan, 141
  • IrwiD, Mr. W., On Naphthalene in Coal Gas, and its Detection and Extraction, 483
  • Isler and Co.'s Artesian Wells, 187
  • Italian Trouble in New York, Th“, 443

J

  • JAMES, Mr. David, (266)
  • James Forrest Lecture, The, 443
  • Jane, F. T., Classification of Warships, 250
  • Japan, Foreign Capital in, 580
  • New Import Duties in, (513)
  • Japanese Navy, The Imperial, 352, 364, 413, 432
  • Java, Agricultural Implements iD, 100
  • Jefferies, Mr. H. S., On American Workshops, 340
  • Jersey City Water Supply, (227)
  • Jessop, Mr. Wm., The First Railway Engineer (with Portrait), 58, 429
  • Jetties, Reaction, Mr. L. M. Haupt, 399
  • Jig Chuck, Automatic, 412 Johnson, Mr. Alf., (657)
  • Mr. John Hy.. 336 Mr. Wm., 563
  • Clapham, and Morris, Limited, New Works at Mostcn, (157)
  • -Lundell System of Electric Traction, 399
  • Josselyn, Mr. F , (52)
  • Jute Industry in India, (361)

K

  • “KEEL-CAMBERING” Case of Burrell and Sons, 358
  • Kelvin, Lord, on Dynamical Clouds, 461, 598
  • Key-seating Machine, Messrs. Carter and Wright, 364
  • Kidderminster Water Supply, 330
  • King’s College, Annual Dinner of Old Students, (463)
  • Kingston-upon-Thames Municipal Trading Act, Powers accorded to the Corporation, (645)
  • Klein Patent Chimney Cooler, The, (104)
  • Klondike Goldfields, (611)
  • Krupp’s Establishments, Number of Employés, (186)

L

Labour Questions,Trade Disputes and Strikes:

  • Aberdare Dispute, The 9 Pit, (604)
  • American Labour Struggle, 67
  • Workmen, 81, 98
  • Coalowners, Northumberland, Advance of Wages Granted, (119)
  • Coal Pits, Peace at the, 69
  • Colliers’ Wages in the West of Scotland, Advances, (106)
  • Compensation for Injaries at Collieries, (513)
  • Coal Strike in Austria, (94)
  • Disputes in March and February in 1899 and 1900, (433)
  • New and Old, Terminated in March, (433)
  • Dockers’ Strike, Bristol, (645)
  • Employment Returns of the Board of Trade, 205
  • Fuel Famine, 43 Industrial Crisis in Russia, 98
  • Ironworkers’ Wages Advance, Scotland, (563)
  • Italian Trouble in New York, The, 443
  • Labour, 566
  • Department’s Memorandum for April, (513)
  • Questions, Wales, (472)
  • Statistics, New York State, 572
  • Struggle, American, 67
  • “ Mabon’s” Attitude with regard to the M'.nars’ Federation, (158)
  • Miners’ Federation and C'calowners’ Conference with reference to the Wages Question, (65)
  • Federation, South Wales, 42, 68
  • Morriston and Midland Tin-plate Workers' Strike, (158)
  • North-East Coast Engineers' Wages and Over¬time, 675 (684)
  • North-Eastern Railway Company’s Decision on the Hours and Wages Dispute, (94), (105)
  • Railway Men in Wales, Agitation amongst, (78)
  • Salariesand Wages on West Australian Govern¬ment Railways, 496
  • Skilled Labour Market, Memorandum relating to the, (408)
  • Monthly Report on the, (76)
  • Smelters' Strike at tho West Hartlepool Steel and Ironworks, (105)
  • Strikes and Lock-outs of 1898, 49
  • Tin-plate Strike, (158), (186), 437, (684)
  • Trade Disputes in 1899, (65), (513), (604)
  • Workpeople involved in, for the Eleven Months of 1899 ended November, (13)
  • Protection, Scheme of Federation for, (13)
  • Unions, Federation of, 98
  • Wages, Advance in South Wales, 358
  • Ad vanes Asked by the National Amalgamated Society of Enginemen, Cranemen, Boilermen, &c., 446
  • Advance, Tyne Members of the United Kingdom Society of Amalgamated Smiths and Strikers apply for, (433)
  • Changes in the Rates of, in April and June, (513), (604)
  • Questions, Scotch Ironmasters and Furnacemen, (408)
  • Workmen, American, 81, 98
  • from Enfield Lock Leaving at Two
  • Days Notice for the Royal Small Arms Factory, (618)
  • Workmen’s Unions, Monthly Returns of the Leading, (77)
  • Labour-saving Apparatus for Dundee Gasworks, (389)
  • Ladysmith, Siege of, 439
  • Lambton, Capt. the Hon. H., Honour conferred on, (231)
  • Lancaster and Tonge, The Works of, (603)
  • Lathes, Accidents caused by, (140)
  • Duplex Column Facing, 622
  • Duplex Triple-geared, 323, 42S, 434, 438
  • Hartford, 321
  • Hartness Flat Turret, 219, 220, 221 Turret, 275, 276, 277
  • Liufenburg Fall of the Rhine, Utilisation of the, (395)

Launches and Trial Trips:

  • 53, 267, 319, 369, 395, 441, 473, 499, 527, 551, 577, 631, 659, 685
  • Laurenco Marquez, The Future of, (50)
  • Laval Steam Turbines at the Pans Exhibition, 607, (654)
  • Lawes, Sir J. B., and Sir J. H. Gilbert, Percola¬tion Experiments at Rothamsted, (201)
  • Layfield, Mr. J. M., (318)

Leaders:

  • Accidents to Railway Servants, 95
  • Acetylene and the Home-Office; 235
  • Admiralty Dilemma, The. 541
  • Programme, The, 309
  • American Armour Plate Controversy, The, 674
  • Labour Struggle, 67
  • Competition, 435
  • Naval Programme, 42
  • Belleisle Experiments, 565
  • Lessons from the, 620
  • Boilers, Corrosion in Water-tube Marine, 283
  • Inspection, Government, 487
  • Legislation, Proposed, 230
  • Naval, 255
  • Cambered Keel Litigation, 358
  • Carnegie Settlement, The, 335
  • Chinese Railway Progress, 594
  • Colonial Armaments, 97
  • Commercial Value of Finish, 593
  • Dynamical Clouds, Lord Kelvin On, 461
  • Electric Lighting Loans, 333
  • Engineers, Preliminary Education of, 231
  • Engines, /Esthetic Steam, 176
  • Drop in Multiple-expansion, 96
  • Explosive Shells on Ships, Action of, 674
  • Failure of a Great Experiment, 673
  • France and Free Ports, 436
  • French Naval Scheme, A New, 147
  • Shipbuilding, 67
  • Frick-Carnegie Quarrel, The, 256
  • Goschen, Mr., On Ordnance and Explosives, 515
  • Giant Steel Trust Again, The, 310
  • Guns and Ammunition. Our New, 230
  • in South Africa, Field, 187
  • Our, 461
  • in the War, Our, 204
  • Highways and Cyclists, 516
  • India-rubber Substitutes, 462
  • Invent, How to, 594
  • Locomotives in Egypt, 122
  • Engine Boilers, 43
  • London Water Supply, 96
  • Manchester and Liverpool Electric Railway, 516, 541
  • Miners’ Federation at Cardiff, 42, 68
  • Naval Estimates, The, 229
  • Navy Boilers, 255, 515
  • New York and its Canals, 176
  • Nicaragua Canal, Chances of the, 542
  • Noise and Power, 566
  • Oil Fuel at Sea, 311
  • Old Age Pensions for Colliers, 488
  • Old Methods and New, 256
  • Paris Exhibition, 409
  • Pekin, Our Position at, 647
  • Persia, Partition of, 149
  • Picketing, Illegal, 257
  • Pilot Engines, 436
  • Railway Rates, 357
  • Servants in South Wales, 334
  • Struggle in Asia Minor, 284
  • Receiver Drop, 310
  • Screw Shaft, Breakage of, 383
  • Secondary Stresses in Trusses and Girders, 284
  • Sheffield and Woolwich, 383
  • Sbell-fire in the War, 41
  • Standardisation of Electrical Plant, 148, 175
  • Steam Engines at the Paris Exhibition, 565
  • Steam, Quality of, 148
  • Superheated Steam, 620
  • Thames Steambcats, 647
  • Theory, Practice, and the Steam Engine, 410
  • Tin, Position of, 410
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 542
  • Trade Combination Movement, The, 410
  • Trade Secret) (with Reference to Mr. Salamon’s Paper), 648
  • Trnsts and Steel Prices, 204
  • Turrets, Double-storey, 384
  • United States Competition, 619
  • Value of a Horse-power, 122
  • Ventilation, 97
  • Wages in South Wales, Advance of, 358
  • Waste Haulage. 121
  • Waste Heat, U tilisation of, 203
  • Water Gauges, 309

Sub-Leaders:

  • Alternating-current Distribution, 177
  • American Iron Trade Conditions, 258
  • American Workmen, 98
  • Armour Plates for the British Admiralty, 257
  • Armour Plates, Supply of, 358
  • Bad News but Good Trade, 123
  • Bslleville Boilers, 488
  • Boiler Legislation, 258
  • Bridge on the Volga, New, 437
  • Britain’s Over-sea Coal Trade, 411
  • Bullet-proof Shields, 177
  • Carnegie Interests, The, 411
  • Clyde Trust and New Docks, The, 257
  • Coal, Day of Dear, 462
  • Coal Famine, Continental, 335
  • Copper, 311, 566
  • Cordite and our Guns, 648
  • in a Hurry, 335 not in a Hurry, 358
  • Destroyer Bat, The, 231
  • Dock of the Cardiff Railway, The New, 542
  • Dynamicables, The, 68
  • Electric Lamps, Effects of Lightning on, £81
  • E'ectric Lighting Contracts, 566
  • E ectricity and Metropolitan Railways, 205
  • Engineering Congress at Glasgow, 285
  • Engineering in India, 384
  • Federation of Trade Unions, 93
  • Field Guns for South Africa, Long-range, 43
  • Foreign Trade, A Year’s Progress iD, 43
  • French Naval Budget, The, 335
  • Fuel Famine, The, 43
  • Gas Companies and the Coal Famine, The, 285
  • German Railways in China, 358
  • Gunnery Experiments, 437
  • Industrial Crisis in Russia, 98
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, The, 149
  • Iron Trade, Combination in the, 463
  • Iron Trade, The, 149
  • Kimberley’s Big Gun, 311
  • Labour, 205, 566
  • L’ghtning on Electric Lamps, Effects of, 884
  • London Street Traffic, 69
  • Lyddite Explosion at Huddersfield, 595
  • Machinery Castings, 285
  • Manufacturers’ Reticence, 437
  • Mines, (Eight Hours’) Bill, 257
  • Noble, Sir Andrew, On Modern Explosives, 335
  • North-East Coast Engineers’ Wages, 675
  • Peace at the Pits, 69
  • Progress and Coal, 311
  • Promising Markets for British Engineers, 205
  • Railways in Asia Minor, 335
  • Companies and Excursion Steamships, 335
  • Contracts, Forthcoming, 621
  • Strategical Importance of, 177
  • in the Ural Mining District, Projected, 123
  • Royal Yacht, The, 69
  • Russia and India, 257
  • Russian Iron Trade, Crisis in the, 542
  • Shell, a New, 488
  • Simplon Tunnel, Progress of the, 257
  • Slough Railway Accident, 674
  • South African Prospects, 595
  • Tin-plate Strike, Threitened, 437
  • Trade Statistics, Remarkable, 384
  • Vibrations of a Rifle, 149
  • Vickere-Maxim Quick-firing Gun, 69
  • War Material for the Boers, 231
  • Lee-Enfield Rifle instead of the Lce-Metford The, (39)
  • Leeds, Cost of Removing Snow from the Streets, (201)
  • Water Gas Supply for, under Considera¬tion, (145)
  • Waterworks, Pumping Engines, 150, 151, 152, 153

Legal Intelligence:

  • Burrell and Sons v. Russell and Co., 358
  • Cull and Rooke v. the Great Eastern Railway (Smoke Nuisance), 364
  • Eastern Telegraph Company v. the Capetown Electric Tramways Company, 395
  • Loss of the Mohegan—Alleged Defects in her Boilers, 123
  • Rucker v. the London Electric Supply Corpora¬tion, 123, 177, 181
  • Lehfeldt, Dr., on the Reversibility of Galvanic Cells, (254)
  • Leicester, Profits made by Municipal Trading, (281)
  • Lending Library for Engineers, 571, 599
  • Lending Library, A Technical, 172

Letters from our own Correspon¬dents :

  • Africa, South, Engineering Notes from, 50, 79, 131, 159, 187, 215, 241, 267, 343, 369, 395
  • America, Engineering Notes from, 24, 156, 238, 316, 444, 496, 524, 548, 602, 656, 682
  • America, Notes from, 26, 53, 79, 107, 158, 186, 214, 240, 294, 319, 342, 394, 419, 446, 473, 498, 527, 550, 577, 604, 631, 658, 685
  • Australia, Notes from, 24, 50, 184, 212, 292, 316, 496, 527, 628
  • England, North of. 25, 51, 77, 105, 129, 157, 185, 213, 239, 265, 293, 317, 341, 367, 393, 418, 445, 471, 525, 549, 575, 603, 629, 657, 683
  • Germany, 26, 52, 78, 106, 131, 159, 186, 215, 240, 266, 295, 319, 343, 368, 394, 418, 446, 472, 498, 526, 551, 577, 605, 630, 659, 685
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birming¬ham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 21, 50, 76, 104, 129, 156, 184, 212, 238, 264, 292, 316, 340, 366, 393, 417, 445, 470, 496,
  • 524, 549, 574, 602, 628, 656, 683
  • Japan, 212, 366, 470, 524, 682
  • Lancashire, 24. 50, 76, 104, 129, 157, 181, 212,
  • 238, 264, 292, 316, 340, 366. 393, 417, 415, 470, 496, 524, 549, 575, 602, 628, 657, 683
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Reports, 26, 52, 78, 106, 130, 158, 181, 214 , 238, 263, 294, 318, 312 , 368. 418, 446, 472, 498, 526, 550, 576, 601, 630, 653, 681
  • Scotland, 26, 52, 77. 105, 130, 158, 186. 213, 239, 266, 294, 318, 342, 338, 418, 446, 471, 497, 526, 550, 576, 604, 630, 658, 684
  • Sheffield, 25. 51, 77, 105, 129, 157, 185, 213, 239, 265, 293, 317, 341, 367. 393. 417, 415, 471, 497, 525, 549, 575, 603, 529, 657, 683
  • Wales and adjoining Counties, 26. 62. 78, 106, 130, 158, 1*6, 214, 240, 266, 294, 318, 342, 368, 394, 418, 446, 472, 498, 523, 550, 576, 601, 630, 658, 684
  • Letters to the Editor:
  • Accident at Southampton, L G. Mouche), 571
  • Acetylene, Eiemies of, A Believer in the Gas, 670
  • W. Doman, 623 Lockerbie and Wilkin¬son, 623
  • Thorn and Hoddle Ace¬tylene Company, Limited, 493
  • Ga«. Purification of, A. Geo. Smith, 290
  • Admiralty Engineering, British Mannesmann Tube Company, Limited, 492, 521
  • Admiralty and Inventicns, The, Barr and Stroud, 6f3
  • Allen Plant at Hull, Comumption, 412
  • American Competition, A BritoD, 670
  • Ammonia Method and Analysis of Sewage, J. A. Wanklyn, 571
  • Armour Plate, Bourdcn Gauger, A Comic, C. H. Winfield, 493
  • Artificial Lighting, A. E. Edwards, 545
  • Asabi, The, John Brown and Co., Limited, 493
  • Australian Bridge-building, Jchn Plummer, 200
  • Barr and Stroud Transmitters, (Pro Barr and Stroud) H. D. Jackson, 432
  • Belleisle Experiments, X., 670, 674
  • Boilers with Forced Circulation, G. E., 259
  • Inspection, J. S. V. Bickford, 521
  • Insurance, H. R. de Salis, 545
  • Bourdon Gauges, J. S. V. Bickford, 172, 259
  • sou Helix, 432
  • Jack, 412
  • W. B. M., 313, 412
  • L. St. Lawrence, 200
  • P. V., 336
  • J. Wilkins, 154 235
  • Breakage of Screw Shafts, Alexander Dal¬rymple, 458
  • John Verity, 521
  • Bridge Construction, Emergency, W. H. Bidder, 432
  • Construction, Emergency, N. D. Y., 458
  • at Paris Exhibition, The Collapsed, Expanded Metal Company, Limited, 571
  • British American Workmen, Geo. T. Pardoe, 115
  • Association of Waterworks Eogineers, Percy Griffith, 670
  • and French Guns, Charles W. Dilke, 336
  • Trade and Manufacturers, Digna Sequamur, 670
  • Browet*. Lindley, and Co., L'mited, 1890, Addleshaw, Warburton, and Co., 290
  • Cumbered Piston-rod’, H. Bollinckx, 115
  • Hick Hargreaves, and Co.. 115 .. 115
  • W. Schönheyder, 115
  • Carburetted Water Gas, German Gas Engineer, 521
  • Central Valve Engine Indicator Cards, Central Valve, 115
  • Coal per Square Foot of Grate Surface, Russia, 200, 290
  • Corrugated Iron Buildings, I. M. A., 493
  • CrankShafts, Hollow, H. A. O. Mackenzie, 200
  • Double-storey Turrets, John H. Borton, 413
  • Drain Testing, Geo. A. Becks, 458
  • Francis Bothing, 493 Edmund Parnacott, 545
  • Drainage, Underground, A. J. Allen, 571
  • Dublin Tramways Cable Contract, G. II. Nisbett, 235
  • Electricity in Warsbips, T. C. Billetop, 521
  • Engine Mileage, W. M. Acworth, 115, 154, 172
  • F. W. Brewer, 412
  • N. D. Macdonald, 172, 412
  • W. H. Reed, 115, 172
  • Engines, Aesthetic Steam, Helvetia, 235
  • Balanced Oil, F. C. Nunn, 571
  • Balanced Oil, Walter Rowbetham, 653
  • for Electric Traction, Observer, 623
  • for High Furnace Gases, Large Power Gas, Bryan Donkin, 12
  • Revolving Cylinder, Arthur Rigg, 412
  • Single Crank Compound, for Simpson, Strickland, and Co., Limited, W. Cross, 47
  • Single Crank Compound, Vauxhall Ironworks Company, Limited, 47
  • Tandem Single-crank, Jas. Watt. Boulton, 235
  • Tandem Single Crank, Simpson, Strickland, and Co., Limited, 290
  • Engineers’ Charges, Square, 493
  • English r. Swiss Machinery, Helvetia, 154
  • Equalising Levers, F. W. Brewer, 381
  • Equalising Levers, F. J. L , 313
  • Erosion of Gun Barrels, R. Snowdon, 381, 432
  • Failure of Propeller Shafts, Andiew Mitchell, 671
  • Failures in Propeller Shafts, John Verity, 521
  • Fan Tests, Engineer, 381
  • Gas Cylinder Testing, Jas. B Spurge, 599
  • German Axles, A Manager, 670
  • Government Boiler Inspection, A. Frank Dabell, 543
  • Great Western Birkenhead Express, O. R. Walkey, 458
  • Gans and Ammunition, Our New, Geo. Quick, 259
  • Portable Heavy, A Man in the Strand, 492
  • Harrogate Electric Light Plant, S. . de Fer¬ranti, Limited, 313
  • Haulage. Economical, J. D. Twinberrow, 47
  • H.M.S. Viper, Pro tne Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Limited, Chas. A. Parsons, 259
  • Horse power of North-Eastern Locomotives, Hy. Fowler, 290
  • Value of a, Geo. J. Rcckwcod, 259
  • Invisible Eaemy, The, J., 172
  • Iron in Ancient Greece, For the Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 115
  • Japanese Imperial Navy, R. A. van Sandick, 413, 432
  • Kelvin, Lord, His Addressatthe Royal Institu¬tion, Arthur Rigg, 598
  • Lending Library for Engineers, M. Walton Brown, 599
  • Lending Library for Engineers, E. Hamilton Wbiteford, 571
  • Light for L:ghthouses, New, John R. Wigham, 653
  • Lighting an Ironfoundry, A. E. A. E , 413
  • Lippincott Planimeter, The, A. C. Lippinsott, 115
  • L:quid Air, Facts v. Claims for, Hudson Maxim, 313. 545
  • Liquid Air, Facts. Claims for, Edgar C. Thrupp, 360, 571
  • L:quid Fuel, J. J. Kermode, 571
  • Locomotives, Cost of American, Edward L. Coster, 47
  • Heating Surface of, G. St. M. Willoughby, 12
  • Life-guards, Alf. J. Allen, 12
  • Mileage, W. M. Acwortb, 72
  • at the Paris Exhibition, W. Payton, 653
  • Machinery for Canada, Editor, “British Colum¬bia Review,” 458
  • Masonry Arches, J. Gilchrist, 47
  • Mechanical Eagineers in China, W. Hollid a'-, 599
  • Mechanics, Principles of, W. J. B. D., 235
  • Multi-wheeled Vehicles, Alfred J. Allen, 493
  • Navy Boilers, E. Odagiri, 623, 673
  • New Zja'and for Working Eagineers, Engineer, 670
  • Optical Problem, J. W. B., 235
  • Oliver Lodge, 313, 381
  • Lucigen, 259 D. P., 521
  • Thos. Philpot, 360, 432, 493, 599
  • Henry M. Sayers, 458. 571
  • Gao. M. Seabroke, 235, 290, 313, 336
  • An, V., 200 An, Y., 290, 360
  • Patent-office Temporary Premises, M. R., 12
  • Patented Articles at the Paris Exhibition, E. P. Alexander and Sons, 259
  • Pendulums, Rotating, H. T. D., 381
  • Petroleum Fuel, W. F. Dixon, 200, 2S0
  • Piston-rods, Cambered, H. Bollinckx, 72
  • J., 115 -
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 115
  • W. Schönheyder, 115
  • A Curious, H. Statham, 413
  • Railways, Russian, A. Gortschakoff, 47
  • in Surrey, Early, R. B. P., 115
  • Surrey Iron, Arthur Kinder, 47
  • W. B. Paley, 72
  • Receiver Drop, J. E., 336
  • Search-light Plant at Colenso, Rinsomes, Sims,
  • and Jefferies, Limited, 236
  • Shafts, Failure of Propeller, A. Dalrymple, 438
  • Andrew Mitchell, 571
  • John Verity, 521
  • Ship Resistance and the Stream-line Hypothesis, Marston Niles, 544
  • Steam Accumulators, A. B. Brown, 670
  • Stream-line Hypothesis, The, Marston Niles, 46
  • Sugar, Manufacture of Egyptian, A. E. Jordan, 493
  • Sugar, Manufacture of Egyptian, D. Stewart and Co., Limited, Duncan Stewart, Director, 458
  • Superheater Receiver, Advantages of the, R. L9nke, £98
  • Technical Lending Library, A. E. Hamilton Whiteford, 172
  • Tinned Tail-end Shafts, W. B., 115
  • Torpedo Boats, French-built, Augustin Nor¬mand and Co., 12
  • Tranatlantic raddle-wheel Steamers, F. B. C. Bradley, 12
  • Trusses, Problem in, Henry Geo. Read, 493
  • Tugela Bridge, John Graham, 235
  • Ventilation, Alfred J. Allen, 154
  • Ventilation, J. A. McLaren, 153
  • War and British Trade, The, W. Bartholomew, 172
  • War-office, The, R, 115
  • Warning, A, Easterbrook, Allcard, and Co., Limited, 521
  • Waste Haulage, Alkyne Reynolds, 172
  • Clement E. St ret ton, 154
  • J. D. Twinberrow, 412
  • N. C. W., 412
  • C. M. Wates, 545
  • W. Wilson, 521
  • Waste Heat. Utilisation of, F. E. Rainey (see also 203), 312
  • Water Gauges, Aquarius, 360
  • G. Hesse, 360 Rich, Klinger, and Co., 381
  • Jas. Robinson, 492
  • Weapons and Warfare, A Man in the Strand, 72
  • Weston’s Pulley Blocks, Old Jib, 200
  • Weston Pulley Blocks, Efficiency of, J. D. Morgan, 154
  • Levers, Equalising, 313, 381
  • Lewes, Professor V. B., on Water Gas, 483
  • Lewis, Mr. E. W., (404)
  • Lewis, Mr. T. W., 178
  • Lifts, Electric Safety Apparatus for, 816
  • Lift for the New Royal Yacht, (308)
  • Lighthouse, Bass Rock (13), (559)
  • Cambrae, 191
  • Engineering. Paris Exhibition, 554
  • L;ght for, New, 653
  • Works, Special Survey in connection with New, (459)
  • Lighting, Artificial, 545
  • Artificial, Mr. A. E. Edwards on, (479), (496), 545
  • an Ironfoundry, 413
  • and its Effects on Trees, Observations by German Government. (91)
  • upon E'.ectrio Lamps, Effect of, 170, 384
  • Protection of Publio Buildings from, Mr. K. Hedges on the, (389)
  • Lights from Seaward, Observations on Eoglish and French, (459)
  • Lignite Coal Mines in North Dakota, (254)
  • Lincoln Water Supply, Deep Boring, (239)
  • Lippincott Planimeter, 115
  • Liquid Air, (209)
  • Facts j! Claims for, 360, 545, 571
  • in the Generation of Power, the Cost One - half that Paid for Steam Power, (486)
  • Fuel, 536, 571
  • Apparatus of s.s. Cardium, 534,590
  • Use of, on Trading Vessels in the East, (332)

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  • Silvertown and Neighbourhood (including East and West Ham), A Retrospect, by A. P. Crouch, (675)
  • Slide Rule, The, A Practical Manual, Chas. Pick worth, (46l)
  • Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the, Part I., Washington, (87)
  • Smithsonian Institution for 1899, Report of S. P. Langley, Secretary, (372)
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 1173, Index to the Literature of Zircorium, by A. C. Longmuir, (87)
  • Society of Engineers, “Transactions” for 1899, and General Index, 1857 to 1899, (567)
  • South African Association of Engineers. “ Pro¬ceedings” of the, Vol. v., 1898 9, (372)
  • South American Railways and the Great Inter¬national Lines, Treatise on, by J. J. Castro, (258)
  • Stained and Leaded Glass, W. T. Whitehead, (139)
  • Steam Engine Indicator, by C. H. Peabody, (610)
  • Steam Engine Theory and Practice, Prof. Wm. Ripper, (33), 422, 463
  • Surrey’s Capital: Guide to Guildfo d and Dis- | trict, Mr. Morri», (505)
  • Technical Education R9turn, Local Authorities (England, Wales, and Ireland), Ordered by r the House of Commons to be Printed, (300)
  • Telegraph sans Fils, Le, André Brock, 6'J
  • Telephones and Microphones, How to Make and Use them, Dawbarn and Ward, Limited, (60)
  • Testing Materials, Hand-book of, for the Constructor, Two Vols., Part I., Vol. i., Text,
  • Vol. ii., Illustrations, by Prof. Martens,
  • Translation and Addition by G. C. Henning, (258), 609
  • Traction Mé.’anique et les Voitures Automobiles, par MM. Leroux et Revel, (531), 675
  • Trade Unions in 1893, R sport by the Chief Labour Correspondent of the Board of Trade on, (69)
  • Traverse Tables for Use in Mine Surveying, by Wm. Lintern, (321)
  • Unwin’s Chap Book, 1899-1900, (33)
  • Useful Arts and Handicrafts, Planned by Chas. Godfrey Leland, Vol. i., (300)
  • Useful Arts and Handicraft Series, Edited by , H. S. Ward, Nos. 8, 9, (69)
  • Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute, Bombay, Eleventh Annual Report, (258)
  • Water Supply Engineering, By A. P. Folwslli ,610
  • Waterworks for Small Cities and Towns, John Goodell, (33), 60
  • Wheel and Rail, Interaction of, and its Effect on the Motion and Resistance of Vehicles in s Trains, from the German of Bsedeoker, by A. Bowley, (69)
  • Who’s Who at the War? Adam and Chas. Black, (258)
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Hertzian Waves, S. R. Bottone, (423)
  • Wood Engineering and Placard Cutting, Chas. G. Leland, (33)
  • Lithographic Stone, Bavaria Furnishes the Chief Supply, (540)
  • Littlewood, Mr. W. L., (525)
  • Livesey, Mr. G , on the Enrichment of Coal G .s, 454, 483, (486), (509), 521
  • Lloyd’s Rsgister Committee for the Clyde District, 532
  • Loads on Railway Underbridges, Moving, 141, 149
  • Lock at Teddington, Proposed Additional, (201)
  • London County Council’s Issue of 3 per Cent. Stock, (671)
  • Sohool of Economics and Political Science, Lectures on Railway Questions, (52)
  • Street Traffic, 69
  • Waters, Bacteriological Examination of, (201)
  • Water Supply, 96, 134, (254), 285, (433), (540)
  • Area of the Two Pro-posed New Reservoirs, (522)
  • Daily Average, (308)
  • Royal Commission’s Report, 134
  • April, Sir W. Crookes’ and Professor Dewar’s Report on the, (254), (433), (540)
  • Longridge, Captain C. C., Wheel and Pack Transport for Mines, 247
  • Longridge, Captain C. C., on Z'nc Deposits, 317
  • Longworth Power Hammer, Mr. E. Samuelson on the, 218, 237
  • Loudun Brothers, Shaping Machine, 70
  • Lewry, Lieut. R. S., on Coaling Ships in Squadrmon the Open Sea, 75
  • Lubricants for Internal Combustion Engines, 509
  • Lubricating Oils, “ Oiliness ” of, 633
  • Lyddite, Mr. F. Villiers on, 523
  • Lyddite and Shrapnel Shells, (25), 41

M

  • MABON’S'’ Attitude with regard to the Miners’ Federation, (158)
  • McCormick, Mr. Leander J., (227)
  • Machine Tools, American. 165, 166, 167,169, 219, 220, 221, 275, 276, 277, 323,
  • 400, 484, 491, 510, 511
  • Electric Driving for (Sipplcmcnl March 23rd, 1900), 304, 306
  • Milling Cutter, 466
  • Monster American, 484, 491, 510, 8 511
  • in Sfa:n, Manufacture of, (671)
  • n Machinery and Bailding Material to be Shipp’d ,i to Alexandria for Cotton Mills,
  • (227)
  • for Canada. 458
  • Castings, 285
  • English v. Swiss, 154
  • it McIntyre, Mr. John, (239)
  • Mackay, Mr. James, Table showing Results of Tests made with Radiators using Hot Water and Steam respectively, (254)
  • Macnab, Mr. R. A., (265)
  • Madagascar, Construction of Railways, Roads, Telegraph Lines, Ac., (173)
  • Madagascar, Mineral Resources of, (19G)
  • Magnetic Clutch, Mr. Bion J. Arnold’s, (145)
  • Magnetio Qualities of Building Bricks Tested, 3, (254)
  • Magnetism, Prof. Hughes on the Theory of, (168)
  • Maidstone Water Service Mains, Disinfectiou <4,
  • Messrs. Woodhead and Ware, 359
  • Main Drainage Committee of the London County Council and the Price of Coal and Coke, (671)
  • Main Drainage System of London, Prevtntion ox Storm Flooding, 376
  • Manchester City Corporation, Snowfall and Cost of Clearing. (227)
  • Corporation, Gas Committee of. L'an for Construction of Sulphate Manufacturing Plant, (145)
  • Sewage Question, The, (645)
  • Scheme, 99
  • Treatment, (563)
  • Ship Canal, Steamers Berthed in the, (108)
  • Manchester Water Supply, Second Pipe from Tbirlmere, (254)
  • Tenders Invited for the Laying of a Second Pipe from Thirlmere, (671)
  • Manganese Ores of Brazil, Mr. II. K. Scott on the, 502
  • from Darkveti, of Interest to the Buyers of, (645)
  • Trade of the Caucasus, (645)
  • Mansel, Robt. On the Mechanical Theory of
  • Steamship Propulsion, 243
  • Manufacturers' Reticence, 437
  • Map of the British Isles, Philip's Handy, 261
  • France, Designed in Precious Stones, (408)
  • “India and Adjacent Countries,” Com¬pilation of a New, (281)
  • New York, Showing Transit Facilities, 128
  • for Railway Stations, New Kind of, (433)
  • Marconi, Sig., On Wireless Telegraphy, 140
  • System on Channel Steamers, (39)
  • The, in South Africa, (39)
  • Marindin, Col. Sir Francis A., 437, (618)
  • Markets for British Engineers, Promising, 205
  • Marriott, Mr. N., On the Rainfall in the East and West of England, 685
  • Marsite, The New Explosive, (201)
  • Martell, Mr. B., Changes in Types, Sizes, and Construction of Ships, 352
  • Martell, Mr. B., Presentation to 208
  • Martin, Mr. James, 181
  • Masonry Arches, 47
  • Masonry Arches with Metallic Joints, 477
  • Match Factory in China, British, (618)
  • Materials, Strength of Ductile, Mr. J. J. Guest, 576
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field’s Eogine Works at Lambeth, Close of, (308)
  • Mauser Bullet, Wounds made by the, Sir W. McCormac on, (65)
  • Mechanical Engineering, Record of the Past Year, 16
  • Stoker Tests, 101, 103
  • Mechanics, Applied, International Congress on, 455
  • of Cycling, Mr. J. B. Henderson on the, 280
  • Principles of, 235
  • Megaphone and Siren Whistle, Falkner's Island, (65)
  • Meldrum Furnace, Mr. R. B. Hodgson on the, 144
  • Mersey Dock Board, The, (675)
  • and Irwell, Pollution of, by Manchester Sewage, (645)
  • Metallic Packing, Brown’s, 291
  • Metalliferous Deposits, Mr. B. H. Brongh on, 154
  • Metallurgical Industry in Switzerland, The, (459)
  • Metals, Crystalline Structure of, 605
  • Microscopic Study of, 231
  • Meteorite, Lieutenant Peary’s Great, (408)
  • Meteorological Council, The British, Ships Furn¬ished with Outfits of Instru¬ments by, (145)
  • Institute, The Prussian, Systematic Examination of the Atmo¬sphere at High Altitudes, (145)
  • Meter System for Jersey City, A Universal, (227)
  • Metric System of Measures in Russia, (39)
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Failure of Supply, and the Board of Trade, (39)
  • Microscopic Study of Metals, 231
  • Middlesbrough Smoke-prevention Question, (591)
  • Mile as a Measure of Distance, Origin of the, (389)
  • Miller, Mr. Spencer, Methods of Coaling Ships at Sea, 75
  • Milling Cutter, A New, 466
  • Machine, Amerban, 400, 401
  • Mineral, The New, Discovered in Michigan, (408)
  • Ores in the Islands of Greets, (513)
  • Output, New South Wales, 628
  • Production of Canada, (323), (389)
  • Resources of Madagascar, (190)
  • Miners’ Federation at Cardiff, 42, 68
  • Safety Lamp, Patterson’s Patent, (77)
  • Federation, South Wales, Annual Con¬ference, (130)
  • Mines (E:ght Hours) Bill, 257
  • Wheel and Pack Transport for,- 247
  • Mining Annals of Wales in 1899, 38
  • Industries of Germany and France, A
  • Russian Director to Visit, 433
  • and Metal Industries, Prussian, 372
  • Mississippi, Improvements at the Mouth of the, 362

Motor Vehicles:

  • Accidents in Paris with, (108)
  • Acetylene Gas for Working, (39)
  • Alpine Highways (Omnibuses), (513)
  • America, Elsctric Cabs, (419)
  • Automobile Communication in Spain, (486)
  • Club, 1000 Miles Trial of, (227), (254), 428, 455, 508
  • Bolléa Carriage, Trip to Klondyke, (281)
  • Club, New French, (618)
  • Daimler, ordered by Prince of Wales, (227)
  • Drivers of, in Paris, Outcry against, 65, (48ö)
  • Electric, Facilities for Re-charging, (671)
  • Electrically Propelled, Road Race with, in America, (486)
  • Exhibition, Agncultural Hall, (389)
  • Manchester, (227)
  • Paris, 537
  • Vienna, (389)
  • Friction of the Gearing iD, and Power Absorbed thereby, (201)
  • Furious Driving, 65, (486), (563), (591)
  • Germany, Service at Riegelsberg, (618)
  • Tests made with, (615)
  • He'e-Shaw. Prof. H. S., on, 454
  • Industry, Past and Present, Messrs. Rush and Joy, 551
  • Ireland, Tourist Development Syndicate, (173)
  • Italian Government Purchases Steam, (389)
  • Japan, a Fine Country for, (201)
  • Light, 625
  • for Traction on Land and Sea, Colonel Renard’s, (433)
  • Lombard-Gferin, (308) J."1M Lucas’s, 211
  • Jlail Delivery aqd Collection.by, (l3)
  • Manufacture of, 196
  • Military, 48
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne, Bad Roads Interfere with Working of, (145)
  • Oil Engines Applied to, Mr. A. G. New on, 1, 29
  • Paris, Cabs, Battery Difficulty and Accidents with, (173), (408)
  • Furious Driving of, to be Stopped, (65), (186)
  • Performance on a Musical Stage, (308)
  • Poland, No Opening for, (591)
  • Record of Pa9t Year’s Work in, 17
  • Reversing Gear Ordered in France for, (281)
  • Russian War Department (Wagons), (513)
  • Singapore (Wagons), (361)
  • Spain, (486)
  • Speed Records, Race from Nice to Marseilles, (361)
  • Run of 100 Miles, America, (361)
  • Swansea (Omnibus Company), (173)
  • Sweden, Demand for, (119)
  • Switzerland, RogulatioDS Respecting, (591)
  • Taxation of, Antwerp, (254)
  • Ohio, (227)
  • Toll for, on Trent Bridge, (408)
  • Tractors for Ordnance, French War Depart¬ment, (267)
  • Tria’s, 1000 Miles, (227), (254), 428, 455, 508
  • Trials of, Proposed oy the Liverpool Association, 622
  • Users’ Defence Association, (138)
  • Variable Speed Gear for, 211
  • War Carriage, Prize Offered by the German Emperor for the Best, (281)
  • Model-making Works of Kelso and Co., Ship Models for the Paris Exhibition, 464
  • Mogg, Mr. H. H., On Treatment of Sewage and Sewage Sludge in Rural Districts, 53
  • Mohawkite, The New Mineral, (408)
  • Moonless Month, A, (119)
  • Moons, Months with Two New, (119)
  • Morgans, Mr. Wm., Winding Machinery, Dolcoath Mine, 288
  • Morison, Mr. D. B., The British Naval Engineer: his Present Position and Influence on our Sea Power, 362, 365, 391, 416
  • Morrison, Mr. MartiD, (157)
  • Motherwell, Industries of, (551)
  • Multi-wheeled Vehicles, 492
  • Municipal Trading in Leicester, Profitable, (281)

N

  • NAIHATI Mills, 2000 I.H.P. Compound Corliss Engines, 35, 40
  • Nanking Naval College, The, 600
  • Naphtha Pipe Line from Michailovo to Bannoi, 433
  • Naphthalene from Retort to Point of Deposition, Mr. W. Young, 616
  • Nationalisation of Railways, Japan, 266
  • Naval Appropriation Bill Passed by the United States Senate, (584)
  • Budget, The French, 335
  • Colleges in China, 600

Naval Engineer Appointments:

  • 48, 59, 107, 115, 187, 235, 267, 318, 342, 362, 395, 423, 465, 419, 550, 559, 604, 623, 644, 670
  • Naval Engineer, The British, his Present Position and Influence on our Sea Power, Mr. D. B. Morison, 362, 365, 391, 416
  • Engineers, French, 372
  • Estimates, 229
  • Navigation Congress, 210
  • Navy Boilers, 502, 503, 504, 515, 623
  • Neild, Mr. H. W„ Water Steriliser, 363
  • Nernst Lamp, Profetsor R. A. Fessenden and the, (227)
  • New, Mr. A. G., on Oil Engines and Motor Cars, 1, 29
  • Newcastle Sewage Disposal, 566
  • Newcastle Water Supply, (591)
  • New York and its Canals, 176
  • Paved Street Mileage, (408)
  • Population of, (658)
  • Proposed Transit Facilities for, 128
  • New Zealand for Working Engineers, 670
  • Niagara Falls Power Company’s Petition for a Tariff on Current Generated in Canada, (63)
  • Niagara River Dam, 141
  • Nickel on Elastic Limit of Steel, Effect of, (173)
  • obtainable in Electro-plating, Mr. C. F. Burgess on the, (513)
  • Steel Alloy, M. Guillaume's, 201
  • Recalescent Point of, (201)
  • Nile, Irrigation Works on the (Supplement, May lltA, 1900), (281), 480. 535, 539
  • Nile, Water of the Upper, Deleterious Effect of the Cutting of the Sudd on the, (645)
  • Noble, Sir Andrew, on Modern Explosives, 335
  • Noise and Power, 566
  • Norddeutscber Lloyd, Dividend for the Past Year, (389)
  • Norwegian Storthing, Credit adopted for Ord¬nance and Fortifications, (563)
  • Nut and Bolt Company, Net Profits of the Patent, (104)

O

Obituary

  • Adams, Co’. J. W., (13)
  • Barclay, Mr. Andrew, 437
  • Barclay, Mr. Arthur, (541)
  • Barry, Mr. Chas., (591)
  • Beardmore, Sophia, (16)
  • Bertrand. M. Joseph, (361)
  • Betbge, Mr., (108)
  • Blackmore, Capt. Edw., 2fi6
  • Browne, Mr. Andrew, (356)
  • Broff, Mr. Peter Schuyler, 224
  • Brunton, Mr. Geo., (357)
  • Burgon Mr. Fred., (265)
  • Capel, Mr. H. C., (15)
  • Craven, Mr. John, 621
  • Crawshay, Mr. E , (604)
  • Currie, Mr. Jas., (227 ) 235
  • Daimler, Herr, (245), (308)
  • Daniels, Mr. T., 293
  • Danks, Mr. T. A.,(541)
  • Davies, Mr. Lee, (472)
  • Deakin, Mr. Jas., (105)
  • Dens, Mr. James (with Portrait), 10, (15)
  • Dickinson, Mr. Geo., (576)
  • Dickson, Mr. Geo. Workman, (673)
  • Donaldson, Mr. Wm., (520)
  • Dyke, Dr.. (106)
  • Eddison, Mr. R. W.. 536, (541)
  • Field, Mr. Rogers, (357), 362
  • Furness, Mr. Geo., (78)
  • Gilchrist, Mr. Archibald, 44
  • Goranson, Mr. G. F., (512)
  • Grove, Sir George, 567
  • Hardy, Mr. John, (486)
  • Henshaw, Mr. Alf., (394)
  • Hirst, Mr. T., (318)
  • Hodgkin, Major Eliot, 106
  • Holmes, Mr. Sheriton, (487). (488
  • Hughes, Prof. Edw., 91
  • Hughes-Hallett, Mr. Chas. Fred., (673)
  • Huxham, Mr. H., 191
  • James, Mr. David, (266)
  • Johnson, Mr. Alf., (657)
  • Mr. John Hy.,336
  • Mr. Wm., (563)
  • Josselyn, Mr. F., (52)
  • Layfield, Mr. J. M., (318)
  • Lewis, Mr. E. W., (404)
  • Mr. T. W., 178
  • Lindley, Mr. Wm., (541)
  • Little, Mr. T. D., (541)
  • Littlewood, Mr. W. L , (525)
  • McCormick, Mr. L. J., (227)
  • McIntyre, Mr. John, (239)
  • Macnab, Mr. R. A., (265)
  • Marindin, Sir Francis, 437
  • Martin, Mr. James, 181
  • Matthewman, Mr. J. W., (94)
  • Morrison, Mr. Martin, (157)
  • Newton, Mr. A. V., (647)
  • Nuttall, Mr. Thos., (487), (497)
  • Osborne, Mr. Richard Boyse, 34
  • Pakenham, Lieut. J.,(65)
  • Perry, Mr. F. C., (264)
  • Pritchard, Mr. E.,(540)
  • Price, Mr. John, (498)
  • Raven, Mr. Percy Earle, (618)
  • Redhead, Mr. S., (186)
  • Selby, Col. II. 0., 34
  • Shanly, Mr. Walter, (39)
  • Short, Mr. J. Y., (130)
  • Sims, Mr. (498)
  • Stent, Mr. W. K., (487)
  • Stevens, Mr. Fred. Wm., 336
  • Symons, Mr. G. J., 273
  • Trayne, Mr. Valentine, 368
  • Twelvetrees, Mr. R. H., (119)
  • Warner, Mr. Wm., (361), 367
  • Watson, Sir W. Renny, 385
  • Weyl, Mons., 23
  • Williams, Dr. Edw. H., (65)
  • Wingate, Mr. Rob., (647)
  • Wyles, Mr. Fred., (628)
  • O’Brien, Mr. W., Balanced Piston Valves for Marine Engines, 258
  • Ocean Steam Navigation, Notable Incidents in, 270
  • Ocean Temperatures, Deepest, (281)
  • O'Gorman, Mr. Mervyn, On Ventilation of Large Buildings, 470
  • Oil Assay Furnaces, 196
  • Burner, Sinclair's, 651
  • Engines and Motor Cars, Mr. A. G. New on, 1, 29
  • Fuel for Boilers in Sheffield, (13)
  • at Sea, 311
  • Use of, by the San Diego Electric Rail¬way Company, (645)
  • Manufacture in Buenos Ayres, (408)
  • The “Oiliness” of Lubricating, 633
  • Pipe Lioe from Baku to Batoum, (645)
  • Rise in the Price of Crude, (671)
  • Old Methods and New, 256
  • Ontario Government, Conditions of Future Con¬cessions of Copper or Nickel Land, (94)
  • Open-hearth Furnace, Continuous Working of, Mr. B. Talbot, 482
  • Open-hearth Furnace, Use of Fluid Metal in the, Mr. J. Riley, 482
  • Optical Problem, An, 235, 259, 290, 313,336, 360, 381, 458. 493, 521, 570, 599
  • Orde’8 Liquid Fuel Burner, 534, 590
  • Ore and Iron Industries, Statistics with Reference to, (77)
  • Osborne, Mr. Richard Boyse, 34
  • Ostend, Water Supplied to Ships at, to be Boiled, (540)

Ordnance:

  • Gunnery Experiments, 437
  • Guns and Ammunition, Our, 230, 259
  • Barrels, Erosion of, 381, 432
  • Boers’, (50), (79)
  • of Calibre, Machine. 475 Cordite and Our. (648)
  • EUwick Naval Mountings, 59, 62, 63, 61,
  • 88, 89, 93, 112,113, 116, 137,138, 191, 192, 225, 234, 245, 390
  • Field, for South Africa, 43, 487
  • First 27 c.m., made in Japan, High-angle, in the Field, 323
  • Howitzers, Field, 323
  • for Japan, 47-Ton, E'swick, (497)
  • Kimberley’s Big, 227, 311
  • “ Long Cecil,” Constructed at Kimberley, 227, 311
  • “ Long Tom,” Creusot, (281)
  • Machine, of Calibre, 475
  • for the Reserve Forces, (308)
  • Naval 4 7in., can be Drawn by 18 Men, (79)
  • for tbe Admiralty, Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, 25
  • at Ladysmith, 21
  • Our New, (254)
  • Our, and their Use in the War, 1C9. 177, 178, 204
  • Portable Heavy, 492
  • of Position, for the War, 6, J, 72
  • Guns, Quick-firing, Breech-loading on the Island of Grain. (591)
  • on the Dejtroyer Daring, (591)
  • for Dover Forts, (30S), (671)
  • Field, for Norway, (563)
  • Vickers-Maxim, (39), 69, (119)
  • which can be used as Field
  • Gans, Lieutenant Ander¬son’s Improvement, (39)
  • and Ships, British and French, 299,322,331
  • Siege, for the War, 6, 7, 72
  • Sixteen, in Watervliet Arsenal, (186)
  • Smokeless Powder, (39), 183
  • United S'ate8 Navy, 183
  • for South Africa, 43, 177, 487
  • 303 Maxim for the Navy in place of the 45, (618)
  • Trade, Birmingham, Activity in the, (39)
  • The 12-pounder, their Unsatisfactory Positions in our New Ships, 23
  • in the Shikishims, 23
  • Ordnance and Explosives, Mr. Goschen on, 515
  • Machinery, Inspectorship, Candi¬dates for, (201)

P

  • PACKING, Floating Metallic, 291
  • Pakeman, Lieut. John, (65)
  • Palestine, Artificial Light and Fuel in, (45P)
  • Palestine, Trade of, (459)
  • Para, Development of Industries at, (201)
  • Paris Academy of Sciences, Prizes to be Offered by, (38)

Paris Exhibition:

  • 117, 120, 161, 171, 259, 278, 302, 303, 346, 359, 361, 397, 407, 408, 409, 465, 483, 486, 489, 517, 571, (645), 653 (Supplement, April 6M, 1900)
  • Acetylene Exhibition, 359
  • Boiler-house, Foreign Section (Illustrated), 278
  • Boilers at., 633
  • British Section (Illustrated), 302, 303
  • Civil Engineering, Palace of (Illustrated), 161, 171
  • Bridge Collapse, 465, 571 Colonial Engineering at, 637
  • Commercial Information Office, (649)
  • Congresses at, (361), 362
  • Dome of the Palais des Beaux Arts, 397, 407
  • Education, Palace of (Illustrated), 164
  • Electrical Engineering at the. 615
  • Electrical Palace, Chateau d’Eiu (Illustrated), 278
  • Eogines at, 278, 565, 663, 664, 672
  • Footbridge opposite Marine Palace (Supplement, April 6th, 1900)
  • Foreign Industries Palace (Illustrated), 302, 303
  • French Industries Palace (Illustrated), 302, 203
  • French Postage Stamp to Commemorate the, (227)
  • Iena Bridge, Widening the (Illustrated) (Sup¬plement, April 6zA, 1900), 120
  • Indian Palace (Illustrated), 397, 407
  • Italian Pavilion and Invalides Footbridge (Illustrated), 302, 303
  • Locomotives at, 504, 585, (653), 664
  • Luminous Palace (Supplement, April 6th, 1900) Machinery Gallery (Illustrated), 164, 171
  • Mining and Metallurgy Sections (Illustrated), 117, 120
  • Motor Cars at Vincennes Annexe, 537
  • Naval and Military Exhibits, Palace of, 346
  • Navigation Building (Supplement, April 6th, 1900)
  • Patented Articles at. (259)
  • Prime Movers at, 579, 607, 664
  • Principal Entrance (Illustrated), 397, 407
  • Progress of the, 595
  • Pumping Station (Supplement, April 6th, 190f) Schneider and Co.’s Building (Supplement, April 6th, 19C0)
  • Telescope, The Great, 489
  • Textile Section (Illustrated). 117, 120
  • Worthington Pumps (Supplement, April 6th, 1900)
  • Parsons, Hon. C. A., on Steam Turbines, 121
  • Passenger Traffic from and to British Ports, 1819, (645)
  • Patents Acts in Japsn, (540)
  • Applied for in Germany, (459)
  • Law in 1899, 89
  • Laws, Spanish, (671)
  • Office Rugulations, New, 586
  • Office Temporary Premises, 12

Patents, Selected American:

  • Armature Disc for Dynamo Eleotris Machines,
  • S. Bergmann, 132
  • Axle, C. Mercader, 396
  • Baling Press, W. E. Anderzon, 632
  • Belt Pulleys, R. Chillingworth. 270
  • Bevel Gearing, W. C. Smith, 132
  • Bicycle, O. H. Gentry, 188
  • Boilers, Safety Plug for, C. E. Rhoades, 1S8
  • Steam, SI. Rinkel, 160
  • Tube Cleaner, W. Guethler, 160
  • Water-tube, G. Diirr, 632
  • P. J. Keene, 216
  • Bolt-th reading Machine, H. P. Eilere, 242
  • Brake Bar, H. R. Whomes, 578
  • Cane Miller, G. W. Fisher. 296
  • Car Roof, E. C. EwiDg, 160
  • Transnm, J. Hickey, 268
  • Casting Chilled Rolls, E. E Kaye, 80
  • Centrifugal Apparatus for Casting, F. G. Stridsberg, 686
  • Machine, M. Güttner, 660
  • Coke-oven Pusher, Wellman and Seaver, 578
  • Commutator for Electric Motors, S. Evershed 420
  • Compression Pump for Refrigerating Appa¬ratus, G. B. Hiett, 370
  • Condenser Tubes, Fastening of, J. E. Thoruycroft, 396
  • Cross-rolling Piercing Machine, E. E. Quimby,
  • Crucible Furnace, R. Baumann, 5C0
  • Cutter, Rotary, G. D. Gillette, 28
  • for Wood-planing Machines, G. John- ' son, 396
  • Dredges, Cutter Head for, A. W. Robinson, 268
  • Dredging Machinery, L W. Bates, 80
  • Drill Apparatus, Multiple, for Cylindrical Boiler, or other Shells, J. Y. Foster, 686
  • Drilling Machine, Vertical, T. C. Beeley, 268
  • Driving Dynamos from Car Axles, Means for, J, L. Graveling, 242
  • Dynamo, Electric Machine, H. Greisenhiiner, 420
  • W. G. C. Hoff¬mann, 396
  • W. B Sayers, 268
  • Electric Cloth Cutter, F. Gardner, 370
  • Furnace, M. Ruthenburg, 606
  • Lamps, W. J. Phelps, 108
  • Lighting for Rolling Stock, W. F. Richards, 80
  • Sparking Plug for Explosive Engines, R. Simms, 396
  • Engine, Atmospheric Steam, F, M. Leavitt, 344
  • Direct - acting Air Compreesing, P. Brotherhood, 54
  • Gas, G. S. Strong, 216
  • A. Whitcomb, 80
  • Gasoline, Mixing Davies for, J. W. Lambert, 28
  • Rotary, L. H. Allen, 370 Steam, J. H. Street, 188
  • Explosion Motor, E. Fessard, 320
  • Feeding Device for Pulverisers, W. M. Wheildon, 80
  • F.nishing Tool for Faoing Piston Rings, Pearce and Jackson, 396
  • Hanging Metal Roofing Sheets, F. E. Sagen- dorph, 448
  • Force Can, E. E. Ertsman, 500
  • Forced Draught System for Steam Generators, W. D. Hoxie, 296
  • Gas Check for Projectiles, Dawson, Buckham, and Silverman, 660
  • Gas Retorts, Weigher and Charger for, J. A. Drake, 474
  • Gearing, F. O. Bullis, 370 C. H. Foster, 500
  • Grinding and Polishing Wheel and Mounting, J. H. Adamson, 606
  • Guns, Apparatus for Adjusting Elevation of, J. Krone, 344
  • Running-out Spring for, Daw3on and Buckham, 370
  • on Shipyard, Apparatus for Steadying, B. Tower, 344
  • Hydraulic Ram, J. C. Geliy, 370
  • Impact Wheel or Turbine, F. C. Davidson, 396
  • Inductor Alternator, S. H. Short, 606
  • Ingot Mould, J. K. Griffith, 528
  • Lathe Bed and Apron, W. Lodge, 420
  • Locomotive, D. Joy, 474
  • Locomotive Buffer Beam, J. F. Dunn, 603
  • Moulding Machine, Centrifugal, J. Graner, 132
  • Ordnance, Breech Mechanism for Gun, A. G. Had field, 28
  • Mounting for Machine Guns, G. T. Buckham and C. A. Lawson, 54
  • Swivel Pivot and Bearing for Gun Mounts 28
  • Photography, Three-Lens System, C. P. Goetz and E. von Hoegh, 108
  • Pipe-welding, C. Tuer, 132
  • Piston-rod and Crosshead Connection, E. J. Muller, 578
  • Pump, F. El wards, 108
  • Centrifugal Vacuum, B. Thoens, 396
  • Oil, C. F. W. Manzsl, 108
  • Refrigerating and Liquefying Air, E. C. Thrupp, 420
  • R ssts for Engine Lathes, Compound, E. Earle, 242
  • Road-breaking Machine, H. Morrison, 296
  • Rolling Mil’, Seamless Tube, Hampton and Keates, 160
  • Sawing Machine, J. Gillies, 268
  • Screw Conveyor, Sectional, A. C. Elmer, 500
  • Screw Propeller Shafts, Cover or Liner for, J. Lyall, 320
  • Sewage, Treating, F. J. Commin and A. J. Martin, 54
  • Shafts, Connecting, F. E. Hawkswortb, 396
  • Shearing Metal, M. Rothe, 420
  • Ship’s Rudder, T. V. Trew, 370
  • Slide Valves, Laying-out Device for, Ellis and Whitelaw, 448
  • Sliding Toggle, M. A. Replogle, 296
  • Smokeless Furnace, E. Gessncr, 578
  • Starting Gas Engines, J. W. Raymond. 160
  • Steam Generators, J. E. Thornycroft, 314
  • Steering and Warping Gear, R. Richardson, 314
  • Superheater, F. Dürr, 314
  • Swaging Screw-threads, S. Frank, 296
  • Threshing, Cylinder for, A. Ferri, 396
  • Torpedo Shell for High Explosives, L. Gathmann, 320
  • Transformer, E. Arnold, 528
  • Transmission of Electric Energy, F. Tesla, 528
  • Tube Plates, Connecting Tubes to, O. M. Row, 474
  • Tubes. Steel or other Metal, T. B. Sharp and F. Billing, 344
  • Turbine, Sream, J. H. K. McCallum, 268
  • Water Wheel, J. T. Fanning, 396
  • Valve, Annular Slide, Sellers and Lewis, 216
  • Gear for Engines, A. Wetzel, 632
  • Lifting, R. H. Mantel, 500
  • Wheel Tire, MtKinnan and Pringle, 50
  • Patent Specifications, Drafting of Technical, 82
  • Patented Articles at the Paris Exhibition. 259
  • Patterson's Patent Miners’ Safety Lamp, (77)
  • Pavements, Wear-resisting Powers of Wood and Asphalt, (186)
  • Pearson and Knowles Coal and Iron Company s Colliery at Coppull, (471)
  • Peat Bads of North Germany, Generation of Electricity from the, (108)
  • Pekin, The City of, 644
  • Our Position at, 647
  • I'eUptgD, On the French Navy Bill, (675)
  • Penarth Dock, Subway, 504
  • Pendulums, Rotating, 381
  • Pensions for Colliers, Old Age, 483
  • Pepper, Professor, (332)
  • Percolation, Experiments at Rothamsted, (201)
  • Perry, Mr. F. C., (264)
  • Persia, Partition of, 149
  • Persian Gulf, Trade of the Ports of, (408)
  • Petroleum from Borneo to Sydney in Bulk, (628)
  • the East Indies, Importation to Tientsin of Dutch, (119)
  • Fuel, 290
  • Industry in Japan, (212)
  • and Olive Wood for Light and Fuel in Palestine, (459)
  • at Oran in Algeria, (459)
  • Rsgulations relating to the Keeping, Use, &c., of, (591)
  • Spirit for Motor Carriages, Ideal Specific Gravity of, (173)
  • Photography at a Distance, New System of, (201)
  • Photo Prints by Electric Light, 363
  • Physical Experiments affected by Electric Tram¬ways, 145
  • Picketing, Illegal, 257
  • Picric Acid, Mr. Powell Williams, relative to the Manufacture of, (361)
  • Pier at Great Yarmouth, New, (332)
  • Pierce, Mr. J. E., On Earth Foundation’, (208)
  • Pig Iron, Alabama Output, (254)
  • Gorman Output, (39)
  • Production, 110 Sampling Device, 392
  • Pile Driver, Novel Use for, (540)
  • Pilkington, Mr. H., On the Use of Mixing Machines in Production of Foundry Iron, (104)
  • Piston Rods, Cambered, 72, 115
  • Piston-rod, A Curious, 413
  • Piston Valves for Marine Engines, Balanced, Mr. W. O’Brien, 258
  • Pit Props, Safety, 34
  • Pittsburgh, Large Pie Iron Production, and no Cement Plant, (618)
  • Planimeter, Lippincott, 115
  • Plumbago and Mica in Burma, (254)
  • Pneumatic Caisson Gold Digger, A, (173)
  • Pyrometer and Autographic Record¬ing Gauge, Mr. E Uehling on, 103
  • Tools, 595
  • Tools, Portable, Mr. E. C. Amos on, 315, 327, 337
  • Pollution of West Riding Waters by Wool- combers’ Suds, (540)
  • Polonium, The New Substance called, 23
  • Population of Germany, (459)
  • Population, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, 496
  • Porter, Mr. Eustace W., Comparison of Railway Bridge Structures of Moderate Dimensions, 295
  • Portland Com oat: The Michele Test for 1900, (52)
  • Portland Cement Works, New, American, 392

Portraits:

  • Deas, Mr. James, 10
  • Jessop, Wm., 58
  • Ports, Fran?e and Free, 436
  • Postal Service for Express Fees Reduced, (671)
  • Postal Telegraph Factory, Mount Pleasant, E.C., (200)
  • Postage Stamp, New French, (227)
  • Postage Stamp, New Halfpenny. (399)
  • Preece, Sir W. H., On the Functions of the, Engineer. 183
  • Preece, Sir W. H., On the Relations of Electricity to Engineering. 443
  • Pressure Gauge. New Form of, 211
  • Pressure on an Iaclined Plane with Special
  • Reference to Balanced Rudders, Professor Hele-Shaw, 397, 413
  • Priestley, Mr., On Welsh Water for Wales, 648
  • Princess Christian Hospital Train, 48
  • Principles of Mechanics, 235
  • Printing Machine, Multi-colour, 534
  • Pritchard, Mr. E., (540)
  • Prizes to be Offered by the Paris Academy of Sciences, 1900, (38)
  • Profit Sharing, Introduction of a System of, by the Electricity Committee of the Halifax Town Council, (145)
  • Progress and Coal, 311
  • Projectiles at Mafeking, Ineffectiveness of Boer, (119)
  • A New American, (671)
  • Suft-capped, United States, (591). (671)
  • Propeller Shafting, Failure in, 383, 398, 415, 521, 571
  • Props, Safety Pit, 34
  • Provisional Orders for 1SC0, 423
  • Prossian Mining and Metal Industries, 372
  • Pulley Blocks. Efficiency of Weston, 151, 2C0
  • Pump, Centrifugal, Sulzer Bros., (563)
  • “ Strawsonic,” 650
  • Purification of Water, by R. A. Tatton, 74
  • Pyrometer, Pneumatic, 103

R

  • RADIAL Drilling Machine, 33
  • Radiators Using Hot Water and Steam respectively, Table showing Results of Tests made with, 254
  • Radiography, Three-phase, M. De'.éz’nier’s System of, (433)
  • Radium, The New Substance Called, 23

Railway Accidents:

  • Board of Trade’s Returns for 1899, (563)
  • Summary during the Nine
  • Months ending September 30tb, 1899, 49, (50)
  • British Lines in South Africa, (50)
  • Brussels Express to Calais, (563)
  • New Express from St. Petersburg to B Osteud, (65)
  • Caucasus, Collision, (361)
  • Caused in Coupling and Uncoupling Railway Vehicles last Year, (563)
  • Cheshire Lines, A Train Jumps the Points, 433
  • Collision of the Petersburg Train on a Canal Bridge with a Goods Train, (563)
  • Collisions, tic.. Reported by British Companies Last Year, (563)
  • Commission, The, (119)
  • Derailed Locomotive, A, 207 Dublin, (201)
  • Fire at Hillgate Wharf, Gateshead, North-Eastern Railway Company, (94)
  • Glasgow and Helensburgh. (332)
  • Great Northern, Capley Hill, Leeds, (201)
  • Great Western, near Saltford, (227)
  • Great Western, at Slough, Lieut.-Col. H. A. Yorke’s Report on, (279)
  • Greenock-Glasgow Line, Cartsburn Junction, (513)
  • Hampton Court, (645)
  • Indian Railways, Total Number od, in Six Months, (486)
  • Japanese Railways, (254)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway at Spring Vale, (119)
  • London and North-Western, Miles Platting, (281)
  • London and North-Western, Crewe Station, (513)
  • Manchester, Victoria Station, 411
  • Merthyr Vale, 342
  • Midland, near Holbeek Station, (361)
  • Midland and South-Western Junction, Collision on,(459)
  • North-Eastern, Gateshead, (227)
  • Oldham, (39)
  • Prevention of, (78)
  • Prevention of, Bill, 280
  • Queenstown, Great Southern and Western Station, Collision due to Failure of Brakes,
  • (486)
  • Railway Servants, 95
  • Scarborough and Whitby, Landslip, (227)
  • Scotch Express, Fire on the, (308)
  • Slough, Collision at, 641, (645), 674
  • South-Eastern, Derailment Averted on the, 486
  • United Kingdom, during Nine Months ending September 30tb, 1899, 49, (50)
  • United States Big Four” Bridge over the Wabash River, (281) in 1899 and 1898, (281)
  • New Jersey Central, Ashley Yard, (173)
  • in November, December, Janu¬ary, February, March, (65), (227), (308), (408). (645)
  • Topeka Round House, Boiler Explosion, (254)
  • Wortley Junction, (145)

Railways, British, Colonial, and Indian:

  • Australian, (292), (316), 496, (527) (628)
  • Baker-street and Waterloo Extension, N. and S., (486)
  • Bosslane and Fishguard, (201)
  • British America, (79)
  • Caledonian, New Saloon Carriages, (254)
  • Record of the Past Year, 17 Traffic on, (361)
  • Canadian, (13), (79), (540)
  • Pacific, Fast Summer Service, (618)
  • Steel Rails Laid, (308)
  • Cardiff, Issue of Additional Shares, (540)
  • New Dock of, 542 Central London, Progress of, (39)
  • City and South London, Extensions, (119)
  • Coomassie, Extension of the Tarquan R ill way to, (486)
  • Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford, Mr. A. G. Reid appointed General Manager, (145)
  • Early Models of Locomotives and, 207
  • English and American, 243, 298, 321
  • Glasgow and South-Western, 17, (65), 252
  • Great Central, (13), (39), (119), (145), 301, 312, (433), (618)
  • Statistics of, (119), (145)
  • Great-Eastern, Cyclist Touring Tickets, (254)
  • Record of the Past Year, 17
  • Promise to Men Gone to the War, (119)
  • Restaurant Cars on the Morning Express from the Hook, 671
  • Great Northern, Automatic Couplers on the, (433), (431), 523
  • Bridges over the River Aire, 259—262
  • Suburban Works, 138
  • Train Mileage of, (201)
  • Gr.at Western, Birkenhead Express, 458
  • Charge for Siding Rent, (540)
  • Cockett Tunnel Works, (540)
  • Corridor Trains Electncaliy-lighted, (618)
  • Dividend, (173) .
  • Extension along North Coast of Cornwall, (618)
  • German Emperor’s Compliment to, (91)
  • Intention to Raise the Steamer Ibex,(173)
  • Passenger Station at Blaengarw, (433)
  • PeDzance Seeks Increased Fa¬cilities for Passenger Traffic, (201)
  • Record of the Past Year, 17
  • Highland, Cyclists’ Fares on, (389)
  • Indian, 16, (156), (563), 608
  • Bengal-Nagpur, Fares Raised, 591
  • Burma, (389)
  • Desirability of Separating Accounts of, from the General Finances of India, (281)
  • Eist Bengal, Interlocking Signalling System, (119)
  • East Coast, to be Split up into Two 6 Sections. (563)
  • East, Traffic Returns of, (119)
  • Extensions Stopped by the Famine, (91)
  • Great Indian Peninsular, Government Régime, (173)
  • Heavy Traffic this Year, (254)
  • Hyderabad-Godavery alley Extension, (540)
  • Kalka to Simla, (540)
  • Khushalgarh-Kohat Line, (433)
  • Mileage Open for Traffic on March 31st, (563)
  • Indian, [Nilgiri, Extension, 591
  • and Russian Systems, Lord G, Hamil¬ton on the Connection of the, (227)
  • State, Contract Open, 73
  • State, Openings for Young R. E. Officers to, (563)
  • Rajputana, Narrow Gauge Lines, 591
  • Simla-Kalka, The Gauge Question (227)
  • State, Winter’s Electric B.ock Instru¬ments on,(254)
  • Tapti Valley, (254), (408)
  • He of Wight, Extension to Ventnor, 591
  • Kettle and Prosser’s, 9
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Agreement with South Yorkshire Coalowners and Dilference to the Company of the Increased Price, (671)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Arbitration Case between Lord Wilton and the, (119)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Half-yearly Report, (178)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Proposed New Works, Engineer’s Estimate, (227)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Record of the Past Year and Policy of Reducing Second-class Fares, 17, 145
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Gross Revenue and Increase of Train Mileage, (119)
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Terminus, Victoria, (65)
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Record of the Past Year, 17
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Stoat's Nest to Earlswood, 368
  • London and North-Western, Bridge to be Built over the Road at Atherstone, (201)
  • London and North-Western, Charge for Siding Rent, (540)
  • London and North-Western, Chester and Holy- head Section, New Station, 591
  • London and North-Western, Improvements at Batloy, (308)
  • London and North-Western, Improvements at Rhyl, (39)
  • London and North - Western, New Goods Station at Sheffield, (227)
  • London and North - Western, New Screw Steamers for Service to Dublin and Widening of Lines, (173)
  • London and North-Western, New Sidings and Shunting Lines (173)
  • London and North-Western, Record of the Past Year, 17
  • London and North-Western, Signalling on the, (486)
  • London and North-Western, Widening of Lines out of Crewe to N., (65)
  • London and South-Western, Extensions Bill, (408)
  • London and South-Western, Record of the Past Year, 17
  • London and South-Western, Water-tube Fire¬boxes, Mr. D. Drummond, 464
  • Manchester City, (13), (201)
  • Mersey, Electric in Place of Steam Power, (281)
  • Metropolitan District, Traffic in the Last Halt-year, (201)
  • Electric Traction on, 205, 522
  • District, Half-yearly Meeting, (201)
  • Midland, Charge for Siding Rent, (540)
  • Extension Schemes, (65)
  • Half-yearly Report, (201)
  • Improved Services, (437)
  • Promise to Men Volunteering for the War, (13)
  • Train Mileage of, (408)
  • Mineral, Automatic Couplings on, 537
  • North British, Locomotives and Rolling Stock, (254)
  • North-Eastern, Accelerated Service, Leeds to Scarborough, 591
  • Agreement with South York¬shire Coalowners, and Differ¬ence to the Company of the Increased Price, (671)
  • Estimate of the Cost of Pro¬posed New Works, (281), (293)
  • Extension of their Locomotive Shops, (157)
  • New Signalling Apparatus in Passenger Coaches, (157)
  • Portrait of Sir Lowthian Bell, Bart., in the Company’s Board-room, (194)
  • Run on the. by Chas. Rous- Marten, 190
  • Sunderland and Seaham Har¬bour, (361), (367). (525)
  • Train Mileage Worked on the. Daring Past Half-year, (145)
  • Trial with a New Signalling Apparatus, (173)
  • f North-Western, Half-yearly Report, (201)
  • New South Wales, Commissioners’ Report, 591
  • New South Wales, Mr. H. Dean on, 391
  • New Zealand, Changes in the Working of, 591
  • New Zealand, Revenue for the Year, (628)
  • Rhondda and Swansea Bay, Revenue and Divi¬dend, (201)
  • Rhymney, Estimates, (173)
  • Scotland, Monnd and Dornoch Line, (39)
  • Sheffield District, (437), 543, 563
  • Sierra Leone, (65)
  • South African, 50
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Express Services to Paris, (69), (604)
  • Eastern and Chatham, Improvements at Ludgate-hill, (254)
  • Eastern and Chatham’s Steamer?, Marconi System on, (39)
  • Eastern, Half-yearly Report, Result of
  • Amalgamation with the London, Chatham, and Dover, (119)
  • Eastern, Passenger Revenue within Twenty Years, (119)
  • Surrey, Early, 7, 47. 57, 72. 115
  • Iren, 7, 47,67, 72,116
  • Swansea and Mumbles, Dividend, (201)
  • Taff Vale. (186), (368). 504, (563)
  • Uganda, (389), (459) 454, (486), (540) (671)
  • Yale of Glamorgan, Improved Train Service on, (389)
  • Wales, St. David’», (39)
  • Welsh, Dispute, (119)
  • West Australian, 50
  • Windsor to Ascot, Failure to Raise the Capital for, and Decision of the Great Western to Act, (173)
  • Wooden, 9
  • Workmen’s Trains in London, £01

Railways, Electric:

  • Adriatic, Locco to Cbiavenna and Sondrio, (591)
  • Berlin Elevated, 311 Budapest, (618)
  • Central Lindon, (227), (591). (618), 667
  • City and South London, from Stockwell to Clapham. (399), (563)
  • Detroit to Port Huron, 444
  • German Society of Mechanical Engineers Offer a Premium for the Best System, (671)
  • Germany, Barmen and Elberfeld, (145)
  • Gothenburg, (618)
  • Hull, Spring Bank Section Opened, (591)
  • Hull, Tenders for Cars and Equipments, (227)
  • Laxey, Isle of Man, Hydraulic Plant for Work¬ing, (65)
  • Madras, (227)
  • Manchester and Liverpool, (119), (513), 516, 541
  • Manchester and Liverpool, Parliamentary Esti¬mates for, (119)
  • Manchester and Liverpool, Practicable and Safe Speed Attained in any Electric System, (513)
  • Metropolitan, 205, 522
  • Metropolitan in Paris, (119)
  • Mexico, (145)
  • New York, Underground, 421, 425
  • Southport and Cheshire Lines Extension, Mr. Scotter’s Scheme, (591)
  • Tokyo, (119), (682)
  • Trieste, Funicular, (540)
  • Waterloo and City, Traffic on, (119)

Railways, Foreign :

  • African, South, (222)
  • African, West, 238, (361)
  • American, (53)
  • American, English and, 243, 298, 321
  • Asia Minor, (332) 333
  • Asia Minor, Northern, Negotiations with Russia, (227), (389)
  • Australia, Western, (212), (281)
  • Belgian, American Locomotives for, (227)
  • Borneo, (145)
  • Brazil, S. Paulo and Rio Grande, Traffic Opened, 142
  • Buenos Ayres and Valparaiso Transandine, (13)
  • Buenos Ayres, Western Extension, (433)
  • Bulgaria, 16
  • Bulgarian State, Contract open for Rolling Stock, 314
  • Coina, Eastern, 289
  • Tbe German Sbantnng, 301
  • E.. Nikolsk and Manchurian Frontier, (94)
  • Cninese, 15, (94) (146), 594 Cuba, (486)
  • Egyptian, Progre's of, (433)
  • Finland, (361)
  • French, Appointment of Committee on Work¬ing of, (591)
  • Better Communication wanted between Havre and the Interior, (308)
  • Dieppe and Paris, Accelerated Speed on,(308)
  • Local Lines, Annual Returns. (281)
  • Mileage and Receipts of the Past Year, (145) (540)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, Receip’sand Expenses, (591)
  • Paris, Lyons, nod MeaiterraneaD, OrdersGondolaCarsfrom Pittsburgh, (39)
  • Paris-Orleans, (540), 581
  • Railway Commission, Investigation,
  • Matters under, (173), (869)
  • Soudan, (818)
  • Western of France, Doubling of Line between Caen and Cherbourg, (308)
  • and their Work, Le Chemin de Fer do Nord, by Ctai. Rous-Marten, 478
  • German, Berlin Metropolitan, 252
  • East Africa, BudgotCommittee of tbc Reichstag Re'uses to Vote the Sum Required, (308)
  • Greece. Loan Granted for Riilway Extension to the Frontier, (159)
  • German Bagdad, 49Ó
  • May Roceipts, 1900, (371)
  • Shantung, The, 301
  • Greece, Mileage, (371)
  • Pixaius to Domerli. ( 53 2)
  • Frontier Line. (i£6, to Thessaly, (254)
  • Italy, Civita Veootia to Oote, (201)
  • Japan, 15
  • Corea, (234)
  • Formosa, 682
  • Nationalisation of, 366
  • under the Shimono«eki S.raits, 626, 682
  • Kwansei Line, (212)
  • Traffic on, (251)
  • Java, East and West United, (281)
  • Mediterranean, Electric Traction Experiments, 590
  • Mexican, Safety Appliances Ordered on, (133)
  • Mexico, (79)
  • Natherlands South African, F. von Straaten on the Working of, (222)
  • New South Wales, Cobar to Wilcannia, (212)
  • New York and Ottawa, (433,
  • Nicaraguan, (433)
  • Northern of France, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 478
  • Norwegian, Gellivara Line, (433)
  • Norwegian Sta'e. Tenders Invited for Perma¬nent Way, (308)
  • Paris Metropolitan, 84, 85, 66, 92, 119
  • Persia, 16, 168, (181)
  • Portuguese, Bsira, (504), (513)
  • Portuguese, Lorenz o Marques, (361)
  • Prussian State, American Locomotives on, (534)
  • Pruseian State, New Rolling Stock, (281)
  • Russian, Allowed to Import Coal Free of Daty, (281)
  • Armenia and Anatolia, (254). (389)
  • Astrakhan, 9
  • Cheliabinsk to Tsarilzin, (332)
  • Extensions and Traffic on, 1899, (308)
  • A. Gortschakoff, 47
  • Kars-Erzsroum, (254)
  • Mileage in January, 1900, (433)
  • Tbe Nicolas, (39), 621
  • Mr. Pavlokski Appointed Manager of Siberian Railways, (281)
  • in Persia, 16, 168, (18l)
  • Projected Line to Connect European
  • Russia with Russian Central Asia, and its Cost, (65), (308)
  • State Ownership of, (308)
  • Tashkend-Oronburg, (227), 254, (308)
  • Trans-Siberian, (13), 16, (39), (408)
  • Ural Mining District, 123
  • Russo-Chinese Eastern, Progress of the L’ne, (141), (173)
  • Salvador, (645)
  • Siam, 16 Soudan, 16, (39)
  • South Pacific, Underground Tanks for Fuel O.l, (13)
  • Swedish Mileage, and British Work on, (433)
  • Swiss, Jungfrau, Section Rs-opened for Traffic, (591)
  • Transvaal, 50
  • Turkey, Asia Minor, (254), (332), 335, (361), (389), 490
  • Bagdad, (173), (459), 490
  • Damascus to Hamma Extension, (513)
  • Damascus to Mecca, (433)
  • European and Asiatic, Total Mileage, (145)
  • French Capitalists Try to Obtain Con¬cessions for Constructing New Lines in, (201)
  • Haifa-Damascus, (618)
  • Union Pacific, Capacity of its Pressed Steel Coal Cars Increased, (513)
  • United States, (79)
  • Baltimore and Ohio Line, Ex¬periments with a High-speed Train, 649
  • Baltimore and Ohio, Working Statistics of the, (209)
  • Chicago City, (186)
  • Chicago and North-Western,
  • Engines for Fast Passenger Service (671)
  • Chicago, and North-Western, Signalling System on, (671)
  • Erie, Changes in the Locomo¬tives on,(513)
  • Fast Trains in tne, (526)
  • Freight Traffic of the Years 1899,(540)
  • Great Northern, Profit Sharing with the Employer, (65)
  • Mileage Built Last Year and Average Mileage for Four Years, (39)
  • New Yors, Underground, 24, (145), (332)
  • N jrthern Pacific, Sale of Land by, (540)
  • Northern Pacific, Traffic Statis¬tics, (2091
  • Riilway Construction during and Future, (209) (214)
  • San Francisco and San Joaquio Valley Line, (513)
  • Underground Rapid Transit on Manhattan Islanf, (227)
  • Viotoriao, A Quarter’s Working, (184)

Railways, Light

  • Aberdare, (65)
  • Ashton to Hyde, and Hyde to Denton, (671)
  • Brighton, (308)
  • Cheltenham to the Cotswold Hills, (65)
  • Exhibition, Agricultural Hall, Islington, 667
  • Forfarshire, Carmyllie, and Arbroath, (145)
  • France, 345, 476
  • Gloucester, (173)
  • Highland, Mound to Dirnoch, (510)
  • India, Stlem to Atur, (624)
  • Kent, Rimegate and Margate, (234)
  • Kingston-on-Thames, (308)
  • Light Railway Commissioners Refuse the Lendo County Council’s Applications to Construct Four L:nes of Tramways for Electric Traction, 459
  • Orders Confirmed by the Board of Trade, ('.41), (186)
  • Potteries, Tbe, (108)
  • Rhondda. (65)
  • Rhyl to Preuatyn, (39)
  • Scotland, Elvanfoot to Wanlockhead, (’61)
  • Vale of Rheidol, (671 Worces’er, (361)
  • Yorkshire, Simington to Rosedale, (408)

Railway:

Locomotives

  • American, Baldwin, 332
  • for Atlantic City Flyers, 622
  • Works, Number Built, (119), 408, 459
  • for Egypt, (486) Ten-wheeled, for Pennsyl¬vania, (173)
  • Works, VauclaiD Com¬pound, (618)
  • Twin, 572
  • for Belgian Railways, (227)
  • Compound, up to date, (459)
  • Construction, (156)
  • Cost of, 47
  • at Crewe, Mr. F. W. Wtbb’s Stand against, (615)
  • in Egypt, Captain Johns tune on, 428
  • for Europe, (682) for Export, (238)
  • Express, 177
  • for French Railways, (94) ( 201)
  • for Heavy Service, 559
  • Notes on, (316)
  • Oil Fuel for, (13)
  • American, Output, (6), (156)
  • for Prussian State Railways, (534)
  • Schenectady Works, for Freight Service, (94)
  • for South Africa, 249
  • Tandem Compound, (156)
  • Ten-wheel Two-cylinder Compound, for Freight Service, American, (94)
  • Ten-wheeled, Baldwin Works, for Pennsylvania Lines, West of Pitts¬burgh, (173)
  • Weights of, (65)
  • Bavarian State Railway, Administration's Letter to Maifei and Krauss on the American Loco¬motives as Compared with German, 459
  • Birthplace of the, (339)
  • Boilers for, 43
  • British, on Swedish Railways, (433)
  • Brooks Works, Weight of, (65)
  • Building in this Country, Increased Number of Men Employed, (13)
  • Building in France, Decline of, (13)
  • Buried at Bloemfontein, with Piston-rods Re¬moved, (389)
  • Burning Soft Coal, Production of Smoke by, American Investigation, (94)
  • " Bury,” at South Kensington, 49
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Long Train Hauled by, (486)
  • Chicago and North-Western, for Fast Passenger Service, 671
  • Compound Express, Mr. B. Malcolm, Belfast and Northern Counties of Ireland Railway (Supplement, January Sth, 1900), 8, 11
  • Compound Road, f r the War-office, 99
  • Consolidation, Austrian State Railways, Paris Exhibition, 514, 520
  • Consolidation, for the New York, Ontario, and Western Railway, (389)
  • Crewe Works, The 4000th, for tbe Paris Exhi¬bition, (201), (645)
  • Damage to Crops by Sparks frem, 502
  • Development of the Modern, Mr. J. W. Cross on, 362
  • Drummond’s No. 720,
  • A Noteworthy Perform¬ance, 121
  • Drummond’s No. 719,
  • Recent Performance of, Illustrates Value of Fire-box Surface, (65)
  • Early Models of. 207
  • Egypt, Mr. F. H. Trevithick’s Report, 122
  • Eight-wheel Passenger, for the New York, Ontario, and Western Railway, 459
  • English r. American, 530
  • Erie Railway, Changes in the, (513)
  • Exported from this Country Last Year, and Value of, 65
  • Express, American, 177
  • Great Northern, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, by Cbas. Rous-Marten, 286
  • Paris-Orleans Railway, 581
  • Passenger, North-Eastern Railway, Mr. W. Worsdell (Supplement, Febiuary’lnd, March 9th, 1900) 114, 252
  • Passenger for the Paris Exhibition, Mr. S. W. Johnson’s, (94)
  • Four-coupled Bogie, Neilson, Reid, and Co., Paris Exhibition, 533
  • French, M. Eiouard Sauvage on, 673, 680
  • Friction Tests of the Slide Valve of a, 574
  • Glasgow, for South Africa, (254)
  • Goods, Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railway, 392
  • Midland and South-Western, Messrs. Peacock and Co., Limited, 195
  • Heating Surface of, 12
  • Horse-power of North-Eastern, 290
  • Life-guards for, 12
  • Practice in France, M. Ed. Sauvage on Recent, 678
  • in Great Britain and the United States, Mr. C. N. Gcodall on, 392
  • Midland Railway's, 408
  • Mileage, 72, 115, 154, 172
  • Narrow-gauge Tank, Hanslet Company, 38, 44, 45
  • Neilson, Reid, and Co. Book Important Con¬tracts for, (459)
  • Netherlands Railway, Four-coup'ed Bogie, Neilson, Reid, and Co., Paris Exhibition, 538
  • Nickel Steel Forgirgs for Axles of, (169)
  • North British Riilway, 254
  • North-Eastern Equalising Levers, 313
  • Express Passenger, Mr. Worsdell (Supplement, Match 9th, 19C0), 252
  • Extension of Shops, (157)
  • Oil Burning, 17
  • Paris Exhibition, 504, 514, 520, 538, 585
  • Passenger, Great Western Railway, Mr. W. Dean, 567
  • Russian State Railways’, 408
  • St. Petersburg and Warsaw Line, Continual Breakdowns of, (254)
  • Saxony State, Cons.dsrable Purchase of, for the, (618)
  • Sheds, North-Eastern Railway, (625)
  • Shops, New, United States, 602
  • Siege Train, Kerr, Stuart, and Co , 61
  • S'x-wheeled Coupled for Paris Exhibition, Mr. Worsdell, (157)
  • Slide Valve, Friction Tests of a, 574
  • Spanish, (94)
  • Sparks from, Damage to Crops by. 502
  • Standard Goods, Great Eastern, 207
  • Stay Bolts of Boilers of, Affected by Bad Water, (254)
  • and Tender, Detailed Weights of, 135, 207
  • Union Pacific’s, 408
  • Weights of a, Mr. J. Holden’s Tabular State¬ment, 135
  • Work on British Railways, A Year's Review, 17
  • Works in America, Reconstruction of the Rich¬mond, (645)

Railway News, Various

  • Accidents Commission, The Railway Servants and the Recommendations of, (119)
  • Accounts of Twelve Leading Railway Com¬panies for the Second Half of 1899, (227)
  • Allsopp, Mr. Percy, Election of, (119)
  • Automatic Couplers, Great Northern Railway, 523
  • Automatic Couplers in United States, Percen¬tage of, (201)
  • Great Northern Railway 523
  • in the United States, Regulations Respecting, (645,
  • Couplings, Sir J. F. FlaDnerj’s Question Relative to Certain, 308
  • of tbe Janney Type, Great Northern Train with Experimental, 443. 444
  • on Mineral Railways, 537
  • Flow of Sand to the Rails in an Emergency Application of Air Brake, (201)
  • Baldwin, Mr., Comes to Europe to Study Tunnel Construction, (486)
  • Barmen-Elberfeld Overhead, (408)
  • Banares Station to be Lighted by Acetylene Gas, 563
  • Brake Valve, Combination of Additional Air Port with, to Ensure Flow of Sand to tbe Rails, (201)
  • Bridges, Railway—see Bridges
  • Caledonian Railway, Traffic through Carlisle, (361)
  • Carriage of Coke and Coal, Charges Raised on British Railways, (591), (604,
  • Cheap Trains for Workmen. (119)
  • Cleaning Bridges by Sand Blast, (39)
  • Coal Bill of the Caledonian Railway, Rise of, (332)
  • and Coke Bill, The North-Eastern Rail¬way’s, (39)
  • Consumption at the Power Station of tbe Third Avenue Railway, New York, (389)
  • Contracts, Lancashire and Yorkshire Company and the North-Eastern and Increased Cost to the Companies, (671), (684)
  • Famine, The, (52)
  • and Gas Contracts. The London and North-Western’s, (549)
  • Companies and Excursion Steamship’, 335
  • Couplers, Modified Janney, 523
  • Crewe Railway Engineers’ Reservists, Extended Leave,(227)
  • Cycles, Van for Carriage of, London and North- Western Railway Company, (459)
  • Cyclists’ Grievances against Railway Com¬panies, Mr. C. T. Ritchie and, (433), (513)
  • TouriDg Tickets on the Great Eastern, (254)
  • Special Train for, (486)
  • Train, Special, London, Brighton, and South Coast, (403)
  • Draw-bar Tests on South London Electric Railway, Results of, (332)
  • Dost-layiDg with O.l on American Railways, (563)
  • Electric Lighting of Great Western Corridir Traios, (618)
  • Electro-Pneumatic Automatic Block Signalling on the West Jersey and Seashore, United States, (94)
  • Excursion Fares for Ensuing SeasoD, Projected Rise in, (332)
  • Fares for Cyclists on the Highland, (389)
  • on the East Bengal Railway to be Eiised, (389)
  • Fast Run from Los Angeles to Chicago, (1C8)
  • Union Pacific Railway, (563)
  • First Railway Engineer, Tbe, 429
  • Floor System of Girder Bridges, C. F. Findlay on, 141
  • Flower Gardens along the Houston and Texas Central Line, (251)
  • Fog Signalling, The American Automatic Me¬chanical Djtonatcr Recommended, (15!), (548)
  • Fog Signal Detonator Economiser, 140
  • Forthcomirg C intracts, 621
  • France, Train Service between St. Nazaire and Paris, Improved, (433)
  • French Legal Definition of what a Railway and what a Tramway is, (281)
  • General Railway Workers' Union, Meeting if the Executive Committee, (22')
  • German Emperor Compliments the Great Western System, (94)
  • Grand Trunk of Canada Traffic, (£61)
  • Great Eastern, Half-pay allowed tj Militiamen of the Staff of, (39)
  • Great Western, Bukenbead Express, 458
  • High-speed Train, Baltimore and Ohio Rail¬way Company’s Experiments with, 619
  • Hope, Mr. Basil, His Apprintment, (4C8)
  • Hospitals for Railway Employ éj in Russia, (467)
  • Hours of Railway Servants, 301, 334
  • International Sleeping Car Company, A Restaurant Car lcr the Calais 1.15 p m. Train, (119)
  • Jc&sop, Mr. William, The First Railway Engineer, 429
  • Khartoum, First Through Train ta, January lOtb,(39)
  • Lamps, Portable, on Russian Railways, (173)
  • Lectures on Railway Subjects at the London School of Economics and Political Scietc (52)
  • London and North-Western Employees, Holiday to Commemorate the 4000th Locomotive at Crewe, (615)
  • Lubricants, Subject of Efficient, North-Western of India, (591)
  • Map for Railway Stations, New Kind of, (131)
  • Metropolitan Railway, Appointment of Mr. H. B. Palmer, (433)
  • Mexican Lines Safety Appliances Ordered by Government on, (433)
  • Midland, Mr. H. Fowler appointed Chief Gas Engineer, (591)
  • Railway Company, Deep-water Harbour at lleysham, (332)
  • Moving Loads cn Railway Undurbtidges, W. B. Farr on, 141
  • National Association for the Extension of Workmen’s Trains, (119)
  • New York, Grand Central Station, Improve¬ment of, (486)
  • Norwegian State, invite Tenders for Axles, Ac. Ac., (618)
  • Nottingham, The New Station, (563), (615)
  • Overhead Railway between Barmen and Yohwinkel, (108)
  • Passengers' Luggage Charges on English Rail¬ways, Important Decision as to, (281)
  • Penge Riad Bridge and Ereotion of a Station, Resolutions urging Improvement of, (281)
  • Prussia, Increase in the Number of Drawing ¬room Cars and First-class Passengers in, (615)
  • Quarrel between the North-Eastern Railway Company and the Harris Deep-water Wharf Company, 342
  • Railway Rates for Carriage of Manufactured Iron Articles, the Question Argued,
  • (39)
  • Struggle in Asia Minor, 284
  • Rates, 357, (367)
  • Raised and then Reduced from Schia- tari to Scharopan, (645), (671)
  • Receding Profits of Home Railways, No In¬crease in the Coal Rate, 336
  • Russia, Additional Mileage of Railways needed for, (332)
  • Cheap Fares on the Trans-Siberian Railway, (332)
  • Russian Railways, Hospitals for Employés and Portable Lamps for Travellers, (467), (473)
  • Scottish Railway Revenues, Measures for Im¬provement of, (408)
  • Shanly, Mr. Walter, (39)
  • Siberian Forests, Government Measures to Arrest Destruction of, (39)
  • Railway, Monument to Alexander III. to Commemorate, (408)
  • Railway, Technical Schools along the, :
  • 433
  • Siding Rant Charge on the Great Western, London and North-Western, and Midland, (540)
  • Signalling Apparatus on the North-Eastern, Trial of New, (173)
  • Signalling, Fog, 140
  • American System, (459), (548)
  • on the London and North-Western, (486)
  • in Passenger Trains. N orth-Eastern, New Apparatus, (157)
  • South Africa, Title, “Free State Railways” superseded by the Title “ Imperial State Railways," (361)
  • Span Wires, Precautions in Pulling np, (281)
  • Spiral Car Springs, Use for Old, (645)
  • Station Lit by Acetylene Gas, Benares, (563)
  • Great Central and Great Northern, Nottingham, (563), (645)
  • Steel T.es on the Mexican Southern Railway, (191)
  • Stone’s System of Electric Train L'ghting in Western Australia, (281)
  • Strategical Importance of Railways, General- Major von Wendricb on the, 177
  • Train Resistance Dae to Rail Sanding, 103
  • Train Running from Seville to Cordova, Remarkable Incident, (94)
  • Trans-Siberian, Another Train de Luxe for, (39)
  • Trans-Siberian Company and Steamship and
  • Trading Company of Western Siberia, Convevanci of Through Freights by Omskand Ob, (39)
  • Twelvetrees, Mr. R. H , (119)
  • United States, Richmond Locomotive Works, Reconstruction of, (645)
  • Wages Advance, Demand to be Made for, by the North-Eastern Workmen, (345)
  • Wages and Salaries Return, on West Australian Government Railways, 496
  • Waterof Bad Qaa'ityused in Locomotive Boilers, Deleterious Effect of, (254)
  • Water-tube Fire-boxes, Mr. D. Drummond’s, 461
  • Workmen’s Trains in London, 304
  • Yellow Signal Lights to Indicate “Caution" on American Railways, (39)

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • Carnegie Steel, for tbe British North Borneo Railway Company, (145)
  • Flow of Sand to, American Patent to Ensure a, 1 (201)
  • Great Britain’s, Sir [. L. Bell on, 417
  • Heavy, on American Railways, (563)
  • India, Increase in Section and Length of, (173)
  • Material for the North-Western Railway of India, (439)
  • Nickel Steel Liid on Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railway (Analysis of the Steel), (618)
  • Nickel Steel, Pennsylvania Railway, Experi¬ments with, (389), (459)
  • Norwegian State Railways, Tenders Invited for, (308)
  • Record Prcdaction of Steel, Reported from America, (408)
  • Siege Train for the War, Kerr, Staart, and Co., 61
  • Sleepers, Production of, a Permanent Industry in Japan, (212)
  • Sleepers, Stone Block, at Wandsworth, 8
  • Steel, Canadian Pacific Railway Laid with, (308)
  • and Iron, Scarcity in New South Wales, (94)
  • Sole Plates, Contract Open, 48
  • Tics cn ths Mexican Southern, (191), (459)
  • Train Resistance Due to Sanding the, 103
  • United States, Peculiar Condition of the Rail Market, (94)
  • Wear of, in Tunnels, Mr. Thos. Andrews on, 417

Railway Rolling Stock :

  • Ambulance Train for the War-office. (361)
  • American Steel Cars for the Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Railway Company, (39)
  • Ammunition and Store Wagons tor South Africa, (13)
  • Armoured Train for South Africa, 512, 562, 564
  • Ceylon Government Railways. (618)
  • Coaches for the Egyptian Railway Administra¬tion, 612
  • and Wagons, Bulgarian State Railways, 314
  • Coal Wagon, 20-Tod, Great Western, 73
  • Construction, U.S.A., (156)
  • Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford Railway, New Train for, (332)
  • Egyptian Railway Saloon3, Brown, Marshalls, and Co., 665
  • Electric Lighting of, The Co.t, (65)
  • Hospital Train, Princess Christian, 48
  • Midland Railway’s, (408)
  • New, on the Northern of France, First and : Second-class Saloons, (94)
  • North-Eastern, for Paris Exhibition, 157) :
  • Osaka and Tokyo Works, for the Building of, (513)
  • Passenger Carriage Bogie, East Bengal Rail¬way, 180, 182
  • Care for the Saxony State Railways, (618)
  • Scarcity of Care in United States, (26)
  • South Africa, 50
  • Trains de Luxe for the Trans-Siberian, (39)
  • Van for the Carriage of Cycles, London and North-Western, (459)
  • West Australian Railways, Large Orders for, (212)
  • Works in Birmingham, Activity at the, (50)
  • Rainfall during Last Year, in London Neighbour¬hood, (13)
  • Mean Temperature and Sunshine Statis¬tics, British Islands, (13)
  • Record, Greenwich, Year ending April 30th, 1900, (671)
  • n the West and East of England in Relation to Altitude above Sea Level, Mr. N. Marriott, 685
  • Ramapo Water Organisation, A Gigantic Swindle, 442
  • Reavell and Co., Limited, Electrically-driven Air Compressor, 676
  • Receiver Drop, 336
  • Receiver Drop in Multiple-expansion Engines, Professor R. L. Weighton, 310
  • Redhead, Mr. S., (186)
  • Refrigerating Machinery for Ships' State Rooms, (173)
  • Machinery in South Africa, Pro¬spective Demand for, 343
  • Machines and Installations, Record of the Past Year, 18
  • Refrigeration and the Mechanical Production of Cold, Mr. E. B. Ball on, 437
  • Registration of Trade Marks in Denmark, Desirable, (671)
  • Renard, Colonel, Light Traction Motor, (433)
  • Reservoirs, Covered, (209)
  • Reservoirs, East London Water Company’s, Two New, (522)
  • Resistance of Air, (209)
  • Retort House, Roofs, Mr. A. T. Walmisley, 616
  • Revolution, Counter, 58
  • Rifle, Automatic, Picked up at Magersfontein, (227)
  • The Boer, 222
  • Defective Sighting of Government, (119)
  • General Deloye’s, (227)
  • Riley, Mr. J., Use of Fluid Metal in the Open- hearth Furnace, 482
  • Ripper’s Mean-pressure Indicator, 101
  • Roads, Improvement of our, Mr. A. Moresby White on, (513)
  • to Ispahan from Shuster, British Firm Constructs, (408)
  • Locomotion, Professor H. S Hele-Shaw, 454, 468, 494, 495, 547, (571), 573, 601
  • Paring Machine, 677 Romney, New Weir at, (209)
  • Röntgen Rays, Instruction in Use of, in the Royal Naval Hospital, (65)
  • Roskruge, Engineer, F, I., Appointment given to, (281)

Royal Agricultural Society:

  • Permanent Site for the Show, Question of a, (173), 258
  • Prize Sheet, and Prizes offered for Horse-power Cultivators, (178). (567)
  • Show at York, (563), 650
  • Royal Commission’s Report on London Water | Supply, 134

Royal Institution:

  • Annual Meeting, Report and Election of Officers, 455
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals, Professor Ewing and Mr. RosenbaiD, 605
  • Dynamical Clouds, Lord Kelvin on, 461, (598)
  • Explosives, Some Modern, Sir Andrew Noble od, 335
  • General Monthly Meeting, (168)
  • HydrogeD, Solid, Professor Dewar, 385
  • Lectures to be given, (408)
  • Magnetism, Theory of, Professor Hughes, (168)
  • Members, Election of, 362
  • Motive Power High-speed Navigation, Steam Turbines, Hon. C. A. Parsons, 124
  • Polarised Light, Lord Rayleigh’s Lectures Post¬poned, (259)
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Signor Marconi, 140

Royal Meteorological Society:

  • Headings of the Papers Read at the Monthly Meeting, March 21st, (342)
  • Percolation Experiments at Rothamsted, Dr. R. H. Soott on the, (201)
  • Royal School of Mines, The, (69), (114)

Royal Society :

  • Converse zione, Lantern Demonstrations and Exhibits, 491, 619
  • Thermodynamical Properties of Superheated Steam. Mr. J. H. Grindley, 291
  • Watts, Mr. Philip, Elected Fellow, 555
  • Rudders, Pressure on an Inclined Plane, with Special Reference to Balanced, 397, 413
  • Russia and India, 257
  • Industrial Crisis in, 98
  • Question of Direct Communication be¬
  • tween Siberia and the Baltic Sea, (433)
  • Russian Industries, Development of. 136
  • Iron Trade, Crisis in tbe, 542
  • Russo, C'jpt., On the Rolling of Ships on Waves, 353
  • SAFETY Lamp Failures and their Effects, Mr. Jas. Ashworth, 525
  • Salamon, Mr., On the Manufacture of Caramel, 648
  • Salvage Plant for the Dover Harbour Board, (389)
  • Sampling Pig Iron, Device for, 392
  • Samuelson, Mr. E., On the Longworth Power Hammer, 218, 237
  • Sandison, Mr. Magnus, On the Eogines of the Corvette Baquedano, 378, 379, 380
  • Saner, Mr. J. A., On Swing Bridges over the Weaver, 104
  • Sanitary Engineering, Record of the Past Year, 19
  • in South Africa, 233
  • Saw Guard, Adjustable, M. Glover and Co., 12
  • Bradbury’s, 650
  • Schanzer, Signor R., On Mysterious Fractures of Steel Shafts, 398, 440, 441, 442
  • Scherzer Type of Bascule Drawbridge, 568, 569, 570
  • Sohönheyder, Mr. W., On Water Meters of the Present Day, 112, 125
  • Schöntheil, Mr. T., On Heavy Mooring Chains, (187)
  • “Science Abstracts,” A New Monthly Periodical, (173L
  • Scotia Engine Works, Reported to have been Acquired by Sir C. Furness, (618), (630)
  • Scott, Gapt. P. M., Honour Conferred on, (281)
  • Mr. H. K., On the Manganese Ores of Brazil, 502
  • Scott-Moncrieff System of Sewage Disposal, 90, 91
  • Screw Shafts, Breakage of, 383, 458
  • Scrubbing Machine for Floors, (618)
  • Search-light Plant at Colenso, 235
  • Portable Oil Engine, 426, 427
  • in Sydney Harbour, Testing of, (94)
  • Sea Wall, Hodbarrow Mines, (281)
  • Selby, Col. H. D„ 34
  • Sellers and Co., Wm., Boring and Milling Ma¬chine, 481, 491
  • Sellers and Co., Wm., Electrically-driven Boring and Milling Machine, 481, 491, 510, 511
  • Sellon, Mr. Percy, Standardisation of Electrical Engineering Plant, 144,148,175
  • Septic Tank System, Medal Awarded by the Sanitary Institute, (39)
  • Seton-Karr, Mr., Collection of Stone Implements from the Nile Valley, (433)
  • Sewage, Ammonia Method and Analysis of, 571
  • Apparatus for Harpenden, (433)
  • Bacterial Treatment of, (201), 222, (285), 530
  • Bacterial Treatment of, Mr. Wm. Shanks on, (201), (285)
  • Disposal, Scott-Moncrieff System of, 90, 91
  • in Massachusetts, Bacterial Treatment of, 363
  • Scheme for Manchester, Delay in Carry¬ing out, (486)
  • and Sewage Sludge in Rural Districts, Treatment of, Mr. H. H. Mogg on, 53
  • Treatment, Biological Process of, at , Leeds, 385
  • Works, Wolverhampton, (119)
  • Shafting, Failure in Propeller, 521, 571
  • Flexible, New Use for, (145)
  • Shafts, Breakage of Screw Shafts, 458
  • Corrosion and Failure of Propeller, Mr. A. Scott Younger, 383, 398, 415
  • Crank, 200, 466
  • On Mysterious Fractures of Steel, Signor R. Schanzer, 398, 440, 441, 412
  • Tinned Tail End, 115
  • Shaping Machine, Loudon Brothers, 70
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Duplex Triple-geared Lathe, 426, 434
  • Sharp Substance not Road Material Thrown or Left on Public Roads, Bye-law Respecting, (H9)
  • Sheffield, Coal, Steel, and Iron Exchange for, (227)
  • and Woolwich, 383
  • Shells, Smoke, 226
  • Shepardson, Mr. Geo. D , Tests for Candle-power and Wattage of Incandescent Electric Lamps
  • from Seven Lamp Factories, (308)
  • Shields, Bullet-proof, 177
  • Shield Protection for Troops in the Field, 245
  • Shinier. Mr. F. W., Device for Sampling Pig Iron, 392
  • Shimonoseki, Bridging the Straits of, 366
  • Straits, Particulars respecting Bakan and M«ji on, (470)

Ships:

British Battleships:

  • Albemarle, Initial Keel-plate Laid, (45)
  • Belleisle Experiments, The, 509, 520,
  • 643, 565, 572, (591), 595, 596, 697, 617, 620, 615, (670)
  • British Warship Lost during the Siege of Sevastopol to be Raised by the Salvage Company of Genoa, 408
  • Built and Building, 23, 37, (201), 433
  • Bulwark (at Devonport), (201)
  • Camperdown, 252
  • Classification and Rating of Warships, F. T. Jane, 250, 251
  • Formidable, 125, 210, (361), 390, 536
  • Glory, (25), 172, 209, 210, 289
  • Hood, 829
  • Implaoable (at Devonport), (201)
  • Kent, 170
  • London, 125, 210, 533
  • Montague (at Devonport), (201)
  • Ocean, (201), 249
  • Powerful, 304, 399, 428, (531), (538)
  • Projected, (563)
  • Battleships, Foreign:
  • Brazilian 24 de Maio, 170
  • Classification and Rating of, F. T. Jane, 250, 251
  • Danish, Herluf Trolle, 252
  • Dutch, Köoingin Regentes, 140, 146
  • France, Built and Building, 23, 37

Ships:

  • French, Caiman, 141
  • Charlemagne, 125, 428
  • Henry IV., 280
  • Hoche, 170
  • Requin, 141
  • Gaulois, 23, 125
  • Indomptable, 141
  • Terrible, 141
  • German, Built and Building, 23, 37
  • Fiirst Bismark, 491
  • Kaiser Barbarossa, 491
  • Wilhelm II., 491
  • Nickel Steel Armour Plate for the New, (563)
  • Dalian, Built and Building, 23, 37, (389)
  • Japanese, Asahi, 125, 172, 210, 280, 304, 329, 382, 390. 428, 432, 455. 459, 493, 517, 536, 595, 667
  • Built and Building, 23, 37, 210
  • Hatsuse, 210
  • Navy, Admiral Fitzgerald on tbe, 364
  • Sbikishima, 71, 98, (119), 125
  • Norwegian, Eidsvold, 616
  • Norway, Norge, 359, (361)
  • Russian, Admiral Buotakoff, 280. 304
  • Apraxin Aground, 455, 491
  • Bui.t and Building, 23, 37, 125
  • Peresvet, 399, 491
  • Pottava Aground, 455
  • Retvisan, 399
  • The Rotislav, 329
  • Swedish, Dristigheten, 141
  • Güta, 304, 399
  • United States, Built and Building, 23, 37
  • Chicago, 399
  • Kearsage and Kentucky
  • (Supplement, January 2&th, 1900). (65), 10Ó, (361). 384, 399
  • Pennsylvania and Class, 587, 592
  • Projected, (361)
  • Cruisers, British:
  • Aboukir, 519
  • Achilles, The Old, 98, 252, 304
  • Built and Building, 23, 37, (65)
  • Essex, The, (18)
  • Gladiator Docked, (645)
  • Hermes, Accident to the, 252
  • Highflyer, 503, (513), (645)
  • Minerva, Machinery of British First-class, 328, 503
  • Narcissus, Fire on ths, (308)
  • Pactolns, 503
  • Pearl Class, 603
  • Pegasns, 503
  • Pelorus Type, New Cruiser of the, 72, 503
  • Perseus. 503
  • Pique, 72
  • Pomone, 503
  • Powerful, Return to Portsmouth, (281), 399
  • Promotheus, 503
  • Proserpine, 503
  • Psyche, 603
  • Pyramus, £03
  • Seagull, 503
  • Sharpshooter, 503
  • Sheldrake, 503
  • Spartiate, The, 329, 385
  • Tenders to be Invited for, (563)
  • Warrior and Boadicea to be Struck cff
  • the List of Effective Ships, (254)

Cruisers, Foreign:

  • Austrian, Kaiser Karl VI., 262
  • Dutch, Noord Brabant, 172
  • French, Built, Building, and not to be Built, 23, 37, 595
  • Galilee, 125
  • of the Gloire Type, to be Fitted with Electric Pumps, 23
  • Guichen, 304, 385, 428, 611, 667
  • Jeanne d’Arc, 170 The Tage, 72
  • Garman, Built and Building, 23, 37
  • Prinz Heinrich, 336
  • Italian, Armoured, 491
  • Built and Building, 23. 37
  • Puglia’s Speed Trial, 491
  • Japanese, Asama, 465
  • Built and Building, 23, 37
  • Itsnkusbima, 141 Iwate, 210, 329
  • Yakumo, 460, 465
  • Russian,Askold, 141, 399
  • Bayan, 667 Bogatyr, 899
  • Built and Building, 23, 87
  • Nakimoff Nipped in the Ice, 491
  • Peresvet (Cruiser - Battleship), 399
  • Sinop, 141
  • Variag, Speed Trial, 671
  • Spanish, Eatramadura, 491
  • Protective, of 2000 Tons Dis¬placement, (540)
  • Rio de la Plate, 141
  • Sweden, New Protected, 536
  • United States, Bnilt, Building, and Pro¬jected, 23, 37. (361)
  • Names of the Three New, 369
  • Olympia, 125

Torpedo Boats, Catchers, Destroyers, Gunboats, British:

  • Destroyer, Admiralty Purchases a New, fitted with Parson’s Tur¬bines, (536)
  • Built and Building, 23, 37
  • Boilers of, 295
  • Bat, 231
  • Cynthia, 280
  • Express, 141
  • Fairy, 141
  • Fervent, 280, 304
  • Gipsy, Re-tubing, 295
  • Destroyer Hunter, 231
  • Kestrel, 359
  • lieven, 280
  • Osprey, 329, (618)
  • Petrel. 304. (361), 399
  • Stag, Speed Trial, (671)
  • Star, 141
  • Stnrgeon, 280
  • Teaser, 231
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer Viper, 37, 141, 170,174. 210, 259
  • Gunboat Confiance and Torpedo Boat No. 85, Damage done to the Latter, (513)
  • Gunboat Seagull, 231, 439
  • Sloop, Single-screw Wood–sheathed Steel, (568)
  • Submarine Boats, Admiralty and, (389)
  • Vernon Torpedo School at Portsmouth, 70
  • Torpedo Boats, Catchers, Destroyers, Gunboats, Foreign:
  • Dutch, Hydra, Torpedo Boat, (563)
  • Dutch, Scylla, Torpedo Boat, (645)
  • French, Pique and Fanconneau, 385
  • River, 196
  • Torpedo Boats, Built and Build¬ing, 12. 23, 36, 37
  • Torpedo Boat, Accident on, 359, 361
  • Torpedo Boat, No. 229, 385
  • Submarine Boats, Morse and Narval, (201), (308), (318)
  • German, Built and Building, 23, 37
  • German Torpedo Boats on the Rhine, (459)
  • Italian, Built and Building, 23, 37
  • Japanese, Bnilt and Building. 23, 37, 210
  • Niji, Destroyer, 172, 210
  • Ousogoumo, 210
  • Russian Black Sea Fleet, Four Torpedo Boat Destroyers, (645)
  • Built and Building, 23, 87, (361)
  • The Giliak, 72
  • Som, Destroyer, 274
  • United States, Built and Building, 23, 37
  • United States, Holland, Submarine Tor¬pedo Boat, (145), (173), 304, 513
  • Mercantile, Passenger, and other British:
  • Allan Liner Tunisian, The, 350
  • Anchor Liner Furnessia, Overhauling of, (459)
  • Barges for Transport Service Abroad, T. Davies, Limited, (317)
  • Belle Fleet, The Southwold Belle. 667
  • Cable-repairing Steamship, John Pender, 319
  • Campania’s Record Mail, Tbe, (13)
  • Cardium, Steamship, Liquid Fuel Appa¬ratus of, Sir W. O. Armstrong, Whit¬worth, and Co., 534, 590
  • Cargo Steamers, Prof. J. H. Biles on Large, 377
  • C jlumba, Re-boilering the Clyde Steamer, (640)
  • Croesus, Damage to and Repair of the Mail Steamship, 449
  • Cucard Steamer, Ivernia, 350, 351, 404, (549)
  • Record Mails, (13)
  • Steam Steering Gear
  • Installations of the New, (549)
  • Dredger, Hydraulic, Sir W. G. Arm¬strong, Whitworth, and Co., 668, 669
  • Dunvegau Castle Sails for South Africa with Guns, (459)
  • Electric Boats for the Severn, 389
  • Fazilka, The, Transport Vessel, How her Shaft was Repaired, 681
  • Great Britain, Stranding and Floating of the, 270, 271
  • Ibox, s.s., Great Western Railway Com¬pany intend to Raise the, (173)
  • Ivernia, Cunard Steamer, 350, 351, 404, (549)
  • Kirribilli, The, for tho Sydney Ferries Company, Limited, (316)
  • Launch, Experimental, Mr. Jas. Watt Boulton, 626
  • Lucania’s Record Mail, The, (13)
  • Margarita, Steam Yacht, Scott and Co., 479
  • Mexico and a British Port, Direct Ser¬vice Needed between, (13)
  • Montrose, Repairing the Damage done to the Transport, (308)
  • Number of, Fitted with Outfits of In¬struments by the Meteorological Council, (145)
  • Paddle-wheel Steamers, Early, 12
  • Roller Boat Building in Canada, (13)
  • Royal Yacht, The, 10, 37, 69, 98, 125, 141, (281), (308). 329, 361
  • Salvage Craft for Dover Harbour Board, (389)
  • 3axonia, Cunard Steamer, (519)
  • Southwold Belle, The, Denny and Bros., 667
  • Steam Yacht Margarita, The, 479
  • Zrida, The, 611
  • Thames Steamship Service, 644, 617
  • Training Ship Baquedano, Engines of the, 3/8, 879, 380
  • Transatlantic Paddle-wheel Steamers, 12
  • Steamers' Record Mails, (13)
  • Tunisian, Allan Liner, 350
  • Yacht Measurement, Mr. H. C. Vogt of, 379
  • Zrida, The Steam Yacht, 641
  • Mercantile, Passenger, and other, Foreign:
  • American, Lakes Fleet, (615)
  • Liner New York, Accident to,(563)
  • Margarita. Mr. A. J. Drexel's Steam Yacht, 479
  • The s.s. Pennsylvania, Her Mechanical Stokers, 100
  • American Steamers, New, (548)
  • Transatlantic Paddle-wheel Steamers, 12
  • Brazil,-Para to New York, Steam Service, (591)
  • Cargo Steamers, Distribution of Materials in the Upper Parts of Large, Mr. S. J. P. Thearle, 155
  • Caspian Sea, Shipping Development on, (281)
  • Chicago to Liverpool, via the Welland Canal, Direct Service of Steamers from, 540)
  • German, Hamburg American Liner Deutschland, 100, (645)
  • Hamburg - American Line, New Boat for, (39)
  • Hamburg - American Line, New Services, (13)
  • Hamburg - American Line, Semi-fluid Petroleum Fuel, (13)
  • Mercantile Marine, Progress of the, 475
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Im¬perial Mail Steamer Irene Launched, 671
  • NorddoutschorLloyd S tea me r, New, (389)
  • GreatBritain,s.s., Repair of the Damaged Propeller of the, 555
  • Holland’s Mercantile Marine, (3871
  • Japanese Mercantile Marine Statistics, (513)
  • L’ghtship off Cape Hatteras, (389), (618)
  • Paddle-wheel Steamers, Early. 12
  • Russian Ice-breaker Odessa, The New, (13), (201)
  • Ice-breaker Yermak, Projected Alterations, (332)
  • Merchant Shipping Returns, (281)
  • Spain, New York, Spain, and Italy, Steam Service, (591)
  • Speed of Transports, 100
  • Transatlantic Steamers Running at a Loss, (119)
  • Turkish Mercantile Marine, (281), (389)
  • Turkey, Steamer Traffic on the Dead Sea, (201)

Shipbuilding, British and Colonial, Naval and Mercantile:

  • Alberta, Channel Steamer, 395
  • Arundel, Channel Steamer, 395
  • Cambered Keel Litigation, 358
  • Colonial Armaments, 97
  • Dandee Shipbuilders’ Company, Wooden Vessel for Antarctic Exploration, (173)
  • Elswick Shipyard in 1899, Naval Work of tbe, 73
  • English Shipbuilding, January, February, March, April, May, 1900, (173), (254), (386), (486), (591)
  • Freeboard Scale, The New, Devised by Mr. Gordon, (254)
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Ships nnder Con¬struction in the United Kingdom, (433)
  • Manchester Ship Cana), Establishing of a Yard on,(119)
  • North of Eogland, 341
  • Portsmouth, Work at, for the Naval Man¬oeuvres, (645)
  • Rigging of Sailing Vessels, Strength of Spars and, 2, 30, 56
  • Royal Yacht, The, 10, 69, 361, (486)
  • Scotland, Clyde, 306
  • Bnilt Channel Steamers, New, 395
  • Firms, Amalgamation of, 665
  • Firms, New, 264, 306
  • in January, February, May, (119), (227). (240), 625
  • One Quarter's, 369
  • Shipyards, Wages Payment in, 491
  • Steamer Colnmba, Re-boilering the, 640
  • Trust, New Engineers to the, 451
  • Weekly Pays, 455
  • Shipbuilding in March, April, May, G73), (369), (455), (486), (591)
  • Shipbuilding. Innovations in Modern, and Practical Results of, Mr. H. B. Wortley on 877
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering during 1899, 62, 163, 205
  • Steam Tonnage added to Lloyd’s Register, (308)
  • Spars and Rigging of Sailing Vessels, Strength of, 2, 30, 56
  • Steamer Bigger than the Oceanic to be Launched this Year, (618)
  • Steamer Bailt in Omdurman, The First, 412
  • Steel for, (65)
  • Tonnage Passed through the North Sea and Baltic Canal in February and April, (389), (591)
  • United Kingdom at the Close of Quarter-ending March 31st, 1869, 1900, (433)
  • Last Year, Largest Steamers Launched, (05)
  • Last Year, Total Output, (65)
  • Warships and Machinery Building in England, Progress of, 661
  • Yacht Measurement, Mr. H. C. Vogt on, 379

Shipbuilding', Foreign, Naval, and Mercantile:

  • American Electric System for Working Bulk¬head Doors, (13)
  • Four-screw Ferry Boat, (496)
  • Marine Notes, (238), (49Ö)
  • Naval Programme, 42
  • Tow-boat, Joseph Williams on the Ohio, (496)
  • America, United States, (65), (227), (238)
  • America, United States, New York, A New
  • Company in Process of Formation, (274)
  • Chilian Navy, Mr. O. G. Struthers appointed Naval Constructor to the, (227)
  • French, 67
  • French Naval Scheme, Now, 147. (675)
  • German, for Foreign Powers, (65), (106)
  • Navy, Cost of Projected Increase, (94)
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd, Large Steamer to be Built by the Stettin Vulcan Company for, (389)
  • Stettin, Increasing Activity, (459)
  • Greece, Pir.-cus, (466)
  • Howaldt’s Yard, Ship under Construction for the Antarctic Expedition, (13)
  • Italian, (227), (254), (433)
  • Japanese Navy, The Imperial, 413, 432
  • Russian Ice-breaker Baikal, The, (94), (408)
  • Russian, Newski Establishment, St. Petersburg, The Year’s Deficit, (513)
  • Works on the Island of Saint Helena, Erection of, (389)

Shipping Accidents:

  • Asahi, Grounding of the, 455, (459), 493
  • Collision on the Thames between a Japanese and a Norwegian Ship, (39)
  • Fire on the Narcissus, (308)
  • Grounding of a Steamer, leaving Penarth Dock, 342
  • Mexican, Loss of the, Inquiry into, (459)
  • MoDtrose, Transport, (308)
  • Rob Roy, Breakdown due to Broken Tail Shaft, (496)
  • Stranding and Floating of the Great Britain, 270
  • Torpedo Boat No. 85
  • Damaged whilst Engaged in Practice with the Confiance, (513)
  • Tarkish Torpedo Baat Scham, Sinking of the, (433)
  • Shipping News, Various Belleville Boilers and High-pressure Steam into our Navy, Introduction of, a Failure, 673
  • Bristol Docks, 1899, Tonnage of Vessels using the, (38)
  • British Corporation for the Survey and Regis¬tration of, (231)
  • Shipping which Entered the P.'rseoe, 1899, (486)
  • Coaling Ships at Sea, Methods of, 75
  • Dunvegan Castle Sails for South Africa with Guns and Ammunition, (459)
  • Engine-room Artificers of the Channel Squad¬ron in Disgrace, (227)
  • Export Trade from Russia, viA Libau to Fin¬land, (332)
  • Fast Passenger Service between New York and Paris, Project for, (513)
  • Fleets of the World, 23, 37
  • Freeboard Scale, The New, devised by Mr. A. M. Gordon, (254)
  • German Eist African Line, Extended Service and Capital Raised, (671)
  • Mercantile Marine, Progress of the, 475
  • Navy, Strength of, this Year, (39)
  • Steam Navigation Company, Hansa, Past Year’s Results, (332)
  • Holland-American Line, Results of Past Year’s Working, (332)
  • Ibex, Raising the Steamer, (173)
  • Italian Government, Six Armoured Vessels to be Commenced, (389)
  • Khaki, s.s., Purchased by the Admiralty to be used as a Collier, (433)
  • Milford, Steam Reserve Centre at, Contem¬plated by the Admiralty, (618)
  • Ocean Liners for the Havre-New York Line, Two New, (433)
  • Ocean Steam Navigation, Notable Iacidents in Early, 270, 449, 555
  • Propeller of the Great Britain s.s., Repair of the Damaged, 555
  • Rolling of Ships on Waves, Captain Russo on, 353
  • Rossija Steam Navigation Company and the Liban-Romny Railway Company, Contract between, (332)
  • Salvage Awards, by the Admiralty Court, (618)
  • Shafts, Salvage, of Steamers with Broken, Admiralty Awards, (618)
  • Ship-repairing Trade, A Record Performance, (308)
  • Ship Resistance and tho Stream Line Hypo¬thesis. 544
  • Shipyard and Arsenal of the Compagnie Géné¬rale Transat,antique St. Nazaire, Company to Take Over, (332)
  • Steamboat Service, Thames, 644
  • Steam Service on the North Sea, German Capitalists’ Undertaking to Run, (332)
  • S.S. Services between Hamburg and other Ports, (618)
  • Steamers for tho Dead Sea, (201), (459)
  • Steam Tonnage Added to Lloyd's Register. 1899, (308)
  • Stockholm, Ships that Entered that Port during 1899, (433)
  • Submarine Boats, Mr. Goschen’s Statement respecting, (486), 491
  • Thames Steamboat Servies, 644, 647
  • Short, Mr. J. Y., (130)
  • Signalling, Fog, in America, (548)
  • Simplon Tunnel, Construction of the, Mr. C. B. Fox on the, 114
  • Progress of, 257
  • Simpson, Mr. J. B., Statistics of the Price of Coal, (540)
  • Sinclair’s Oil Burner, 651
  • Sinking Plant, Mechanical, Mr. R. Sutcliffe’s, 625
  • Slate Pencils, Improved, (671)
  • Slater, H. C , On Regenerative Benches in Gasworks, 605
  • Sliding Scale Committee, The Audit, (130)
  • Small Arms, Government Demand for, (145)
  • Smelting Silver-lead Ores, Fall in the Cost of, (540)
  • Smith and Co., Messrs. John, Facing Lathe, 622
  • G. F., Pillar Radial Drilling Machine, 624
  • Prof. R. H , New Measure of Good Quality in Governors, 529
  • Mr. Sebastian, Safety Pit Props, 34
  • Smithfield Clnb Incorporated, (94)
  • Smoke Nuisance, 364
  • Ordinance in Denver, Colorado, The, (645)
  • Smoke Prevention Committee, Glasgow, Black, (65)
  • Shells, 226
  • Snow-fall and Cost of Clearing in Manchester, (227)

Society of Amalgamated Smltha and Strikers, United Kingdom:

  • Tyne Members Apply to the Shipbuilders’ Association for an Advance of Wages, (433)

Society of Arts:

  • Albert Medal Award, (645)
  • Arrangements for Meetings during May, 432
  • Metalliferous Deposits, Mr. B. H. Brough, 154
  • Papers Postponed, 426
  • Roads, Mr. A. M. White on the Improvement of Our, (513)
  • Silver Medal Awards, (640)

Society, Bath and West and Southern Counties:

  • Show to be Held, May 30th to June 4th, 540

Society of Chemical Industry:

  • Fireproofing Timber, Mr. Cowper-Coles on, 248
  • Society of Civil Engineers, American:
  • Total Membership, (173)

Society, Civil and Mechanical Engineers:

  • Ventilation of Large Buildings, Mr. Mervyn O’Gorman, 470

Society of Electrical Engineers, Northern:

  • Electrical Driving of Factories from the Public Point of View, Mr. A. H. Gibbings on, (389)

Society of Engineers:

  • Breaches in Sea and River Embankments, Closing of, Mr. J. H. Grindley, 292
  • Disinfection of the Maidstone Water Service Mains, Dr. G. S. Woodhead and Mr. W. J. Mare, 359

Society of Engineers, The Amalga¬mated :

  • Decrease in Membership, (540)
  • Monthly Reports and Forty-ninth Annual
  • Meeting, (213), (540), 557
  • North-East Coast Engineers Wages, 433, (446), (471), (497), 675
  • Rose Mr. F. H., Reported Resignation of, 445

Society of Engineers, American;

  • Reaction Jetties, Mr. L. M. Haupt, 399

Society, Glasgow Technical College Scientific:

  • Bacterial Treatment of Sewage, Mr. Wm. Shanks, (201), (285)
  • Mechanics of Cycling, Mr. J. B. Henderson, 280
  • Society, Gloucester Engineering:
  • Electric Traction, Mr. W. A. Walton on the Progress of, 312

Society of Heating and Ventilating

  • Engineers, American:
  • Mackay, Mr. Jas., Table showing Comparative Results of Tests made with Radiators usiDg Hot Water and Steam respectively, (254)

Society, Ipswich Engineering:

  • American Workshops, Mr. H. S. Jefferies, 340
  • Refrigeration and the Mechanical Production of Cold, Mr. E. Bruce Ball, 437

Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen:

  • Trade Protection, Federation Scheme for, (13)

Society, Manchester Geological:

  • Acetylene Lamp made by the “Velo ” Com¬pany, 393
  • Chat Moss, Seams of Coal under, Mr. G. Peace’s Reference to, (185)
  • Coal Mining in South Russia, Mr. J. Crankshaw, 79
  • Makum Coalfield, Assam, Mr. G. E. Harris cn, (629)
  • Mechanical Sinking Plant, Described by Mr. R. Sutcliffe, (525)
  • Safety Lamp Failures and their Effects, Mr. Jas. Ashworth, (525)

Society of Mechanical Engineers, American:

  • Electric Driving of Machine Tools, Prof. Jack- son on, (361)
  • Pressure Gauge, A New Form of, F. H. Stillman, 211
  • Steam Engine at the End of the Nineteenth Century, Prof. R. H. Thurston on the, (13)
  • Steel, Colour cf Heated, Corresponding io Different Degrees of Temperature, by M. White and F. W. Taylor, 69

Society, Meteorological:

  • Rainfall in the East and West of England in Relation to Altitude above the Sea Leve’, Mr. N. Marriott, 685
  • Wiltshire Whirlwind of October, 1899, Mr. G. J. Symons, 530

Society of Model Engineers:

  • Electricity, High Tension, Mr. Stanley J. Harding, 173
  • Inauguration of the Sooiety's Model Railway Track, 103
  • Model Boilers, Mr. J. C. Crebbin, 894
  • Model-making Competition, (238), 273
  • Tools and Tool Makicg, Mr. W. H. Deardan, (479)
  • Visit to the Swindon Railway Woiks, (670)

Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers: American :

  • Coaling Ships at Sea, Methods of, Mr. Spencer Miller, 75

Society, Physical:

  • Measuring Standard Resistances, Mr. Glaze- brook’s Notes on, 571
  • Reversibility of Galvanic Cells, Dr. Lehfeldt cn, 254
  • Surface Tension, Effects of, Shown by Mr. C. E. S. Phillips. (308)
  • Society of Railway Servants, Amal¬gamated:
  • Trade Protection, Scheme of Federation for, (13)
  • Society, Steam Engine Makers’:
  • Seventy-fifth Annual Report, 285
  • Society, Yorkshire College Engineer¬ing:
  • Mechanical Treatment of Coal and its Influence on the Construction of Modern Boiler-houses, Mr. H. J. Greaves, 267
  • Wrapping Machines, Messrs. Andrew Forbes £ and Frederick Grover, (300)
  • Solder for Aluminium, 281
  • Sound Intensities, Measuring, (618)
  • South African Prospects, 595
  • South Durham Steel and Iron Company, Converted into a Limited Liability Company,
  • Sparks from Locomotives, Damage to Crops from, 502
  • Special Matters of Interest and | Events or Information not Belong¬ing to the Ordinary Weekly Routine will be Found in the General Index.
  • Speed of Transports, The, ICO
  • Spelter Company, The Midland, (184)
  • Springs, Bearing, 233
  • Scaines Reservoirs, (677)
  • Standardisation of Electrical Engineering Plant, Mr. R. P. Sellon, 144, 148, 175
  • Stark, Kerr, J, On the Deposit of Carbon on the Inner Walls of Incandescent-Electric Lamps, (308)
  • Steam Accumulators, 670
  • On the Advantages of Superheated, (308)
  • Quality of, 148
  • Sappers in South Africa, Work of, (591)
  • Thermal Properties of Superheated, 29
  • Steel, Canadian, 91
  • Chimney Stacks 98ft. High, (119)
  • Colour of Heated, Corresponding to Different Degrees of Temperature, by M. White and F. W. Taylor, 69
  • Effect of Nickel on Elastic Limit of, (173)
  • Foundry near Osaka, 524
  • Frame Grand Stand, American, (238)
  • Influence of Copper on the Mechanical Properties of, (389)
  • Ingots in France, Production of, (332)
  • Large Contracts for, United States, (656)
  • Making in the Southern States of North America, 142, 143
  • Manufacture, 1899, (361)
  • Open-hearth, American Production of, (459)
  • Prices, Trusts and, 204 Precess, The Talbot, 392
  • as a Shipbuilding Material, (65)
  • Skeleton Construction, Mr. Brees van Homan on, 287
  • in the United States, Overproduction, (486)
  • Wire Cables, Tests of, (119)
  • Works at Cadiz, Good Opening for, (513), (540)
  • Works, Ontario, 405
  • Stevens, Mr. Fred. Wm., 336
  • Stevenson and Brother, Limited, Improved Cotton Belting, 445
  • Stevenson, Mr. E. H., Inaugural Address at the Gas Institute, 615
  • Slewart, Mr. Andrew, to be made an LL.D., (254)
  • Stillman, F. H., New Form of Pressure Gauge, 211
  • Stokers, Mechanical, s.s. Pennsylvania, 101,102
  • Stokes, Mr., H.M. Inspector of Mines’ Report, (602)
  • Stoking Apparatus, Patent, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Limited, Ordered for Dundee Gas¬works, (389)
  • and Inclined Retorts, Automatic, Mr. W. R. Chester, 616
  • Machinery for the South Metropolitan Gas Company, (157)
  • Stone, Artificial, (94)
  • Implements from the Nile Valley, (433)
  • Storm Flooding, Prevention of, 376
  • Strand Improvement, The, 294
  • Strategical Importance of Railways, 177
  • Straw Press, Foden’s, 652
  • Stream-line Hypothesis, Ship Resistance and the, 46, 544
  • Motion, 649
  • Strength of Spars and Rigging of Sailing Vessels, 2, 30, 56
  • Stress in the Walls of a Thick Cylinder, Distri¬bution of, Messrs. Duncan, Wales, and Day, 230
  • Stresses in Trusses and Girders, Secondary, 284
  • Strikes and Lock-outs of 1898, 49
  • —see Labour Disputes, Questions, &c.
  • Struts with and without Lateral Loading, Mr. H. E. Wimperis on, 391
  • Suotion Dredging of Sand Channels, 194
  • Subway, Penarth Dock, 504
  • Suez Canal Company’s Regulations, Electric Light Required by the, (563)
  • Sagar Manufacture, Egyptian, 373, 376, 458, 493
  • Sammerson and Sons, Thomas, their Business Converted into a Public Joint Stock Concern, (519)
  • Sun Fan Company’s Tests, 308, 381
  • Sunderland, Tonnage Cleared from, (173)
  • Sunshine Records, Greenwich, Year ending April 30th, 1900, (671)
  • Superheated Steam, 598, 620, 621
  • Superheater in Connection with a Steam Power Plant, Saving Effected by the Use of, (459)
  • Superheater Receiver, Advantages of the, 598, 620, 621

Supplements:

  • Ammeter Records of Power Absorbed by Heavy Machine Tools, March 23rd, 1900
  • Colonso Bridge over tbe Tagela River, The, March 30tb, 1900
  • Engines, 3000 I.H.P. Triple-expansion, for the Berlin Tramways, May 25tb, 1900, June 15th, 1900, 546, 621
  • Great Northern Railway, Swing Bridge over , the Aire, April 20th, 1900
  • Irrigation Works on tbe Nile, Assouan Dam, May lltb, 1900
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, Belfast and Northern Counties of Ireland, Mr. B. Mal¬colm, January 5th, 1900
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, North-Eastern Railway, Mr. Wilson Worsdell, February 2nd, 1900
  • Paris International Exhibition, April 6th, 1900 United States Battleships, Nos. 5 and 6, Kearsarge and Kentucky, January 28th, 1900
  • Surface Tension, Effects of, Mr. C. E. S. Philips shows, (308)
  • Sutcliffe, Mr. J. D., On Health in the Workshop, (239)
  • Swindle, A Gigantic, 442
  • Swinton, Mr. A. A. Campbell, On Steam Turbines, (227)
  • Swiss Machinery, English v., 154
  • Sydney Harbour, Efficiency of the Search-lights of the Forts Tested, (94)
  • Sydney Metropolitan Water Board, Cost of Pumping at the Pumpiog Stations of, (212)
  • Symons, Mr. G. J., 273, (590)
  • Syphon and Flushing Tank, The Walter Patent, 287

T

  • TALBOT, Mr. B , Continuous Working of an Open-hearth Furnace, 482
  • Talbot, Steel Process, Tbe, 392
  • Tangye, Sir Richard, Hospitality Offered to South African Convalescents, (39)
  • Tank Syphon, Walker Automatic Flushing, 287
  • Technical Education in Germany, (520)
  • Education, Government Returns, Show¬ing Total Expended on, (281)
  • Lending Library, 172
  • Telegraph Line between Madras and Calcutta, New, (64)
  • Telegraph Signalling, Automatic, between Bom¬bay and Madras, (621)
  • Telegraphy in Japan, (618)
  • Wireless, 140, (645)
  • between Borkum and the Borkum Reef Lightship, (540)
  • Experiments from Balloon, (145), (618)
  • between Porz'o and the Massena, (540)
  • on French Ships, (618) Interception of Messages Prevented, (645)
  • Sig. Marconi on. 140 South Africa, (39)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Company’s Boats, (39)
  • Telephone Company, Returns of the National, (645)
  • in New South Wales, Extension of, (308)
  • Service, Manhattan, Novel Feature of the System, (94)
  • Telescope at the Paris Exhibition, The Great, 489
  • Telescoping a Gasholder, 695
  • Temperature, Mean, for 1899, at Greenwich (13)
  • Melbourne, Highest, (281)
  • Ocean, The Deepest, (281)
  • Recorded at Greenwich, Lowest, in the Year Ending April 30th last, (671)
  • Temperley Transporter, London Electric Supply Corporation, 635, 638

Tenders Invited:

  • Admira'ty’s Intentions to Invite. (563)
  • Axles with Wheels and Tires, Norwegian State
  • Railways Administration Invite, (618)
  • Engine Coal for Norwegian Main Railways, (13)
  • Fletton Drainage, 550
  • Hydraulic Machinery for Dundee Gasworks, (119)
  • Loughborough Corporation Water, 259
  • Metal Wharf at Seville, Material to Complete the, (408)
  • Outfall Sewers from Plaistow to Barking, (119)
  • Pembroke Dock, 72
  • Permanent Way for Norwegian State Railways, (308)
  • Peruvian Government for Railway Reconstruc¬tion, (108)
  • Railway in tbe Azores, (91)
  • Road and Railway Bridge Across Sydney Har¬bour, Government of New South Wales Invite, (227)
  • Waterworks at Madeira, (281)
  • Term Hard-faced Armour, (234)
  • Thames Conservancy, Proposed Additional Lock at Teddiogton, (201)
  • Ccnservation of the, 556 Conservators’ Report, (408)
  • Sum Paid by Water Com¬panies to, (408)
  • Ironworks, King of Sweden at the, (550)
  • and Lea, Water Delivered from the,
  • during February, (133)
  • Puri6oation of the, (399)
  • Steamboat Service, The, (563), 644
  • Tbearle, Mr. S. J. P., Distribution of Materials in the Upper Works of Large Steamers, 156
  • Theory, Practice, and the Steam Engine, 410
  • Thermal Properties of Superheated Steam, Mr. J. H. Grindley on, 291
  • Thermometer for High Temperatures, A Mercury, (513)
  • Thirlmere, A Second Pipe from, (254)
  • Thornycroft's Expanding Condenser Ferrule, 509
  • Thuillier and Aubry, MM., Acetylene Generator, ' 291
  • Thurston, Professor R. H., On the Steam Engine at the End of the Nineteenth Century, (13)
  • Tientsin, British and Russian Trade at, (119)
  • Timber, Fireproofing, 248
  • Importations of, 1899, (645)
  • Timbering of Mines, More Frequent Inspection Advised, by Mr. A. H. Stokes, (316)
  • Tin Mining in Bolivia, (119)
  • Plate Strike, Threatened, 437
  • Trade, Crisis in the, 554
  • Position of, 410
  • Tinned Tail Ecd Shafts, 115
  • Tires in the United States and Here, (361)
  • Tools, American Machine, 219
  • Artesian Well Extracting, 287
  • Pneumatic, Mr. E. C. Amos on, (218), 315, 327, 337
  • Rooms a Necessary Adjunct to Modern Engineering Works, Mr. W. Heap on, 1 367
  • Touring Club of France to English Cyclists, Hospitality Offered at the Paris Exhibition by the, (645)
  • Trade, Bad News but Good. 123

Trade and Business Announcements:

  • 26, 52, 78, 106, 132, 158, 214, 241, 266, 318, 343, 36», 394, 418, 444, 472, 498, 527, 561, 677, 631, 658, 684
  • Trade Combination Movement, 410
  • and Manufacturers, British, 670
  • Mark Case, Japan, (470)
  • Marks in Denmark Desirable, Registration of, (671)
  • and Production of Great Britain, United States, and Germany, (13)
  • Secrets, 648
  • Statistics, Remarkable, 384
  • Unions, Federation of, 98
  • War and British, 172
  • A Year’s Progress in Foreign, 43

Tramways, Electric, and other:

  • Barcelona, (389)
  • Barnsley, (145)
  • Bath, (513)
  • Berlin, (408)
  • Berlin, 3000 Horse - power Triple - expansion Engines for (Supplements, Mu'/ 25th and June \5th, 1900), 546, 621
  • Bexhill, (671)
  • Birmingham, (389), (470)
  • Blackburn, (587)
  • Bolton, (39), (145), (543)
  • Brighton, (308)
  • Brussels and Antwerp, Construction of, 615
  • Burnley. (163)
  • Cadiz, Electric, (540)
  • Calcutta, (13)
  • Cambridge, (13)
  • Cheshire Salt Districts, (671)
  • Compressed-air Cars, New York, 24
  • Dresden, (332)
  • Dublin, 235, (287)
  • Exhibition, Agricultural Hall, 667
  • Glasgow, Appointment of Mr. M. B. Field, (389)
  • Contracts, 616
  • Tenders Received for Cars and Equip¬ments, (227), (281)
  • Gloucester, Substitution of a Light Railway, (173)
  • Greenock, (671)
  • Halifax, (332)
  • Harlesden to Stonebridge, Electric, (540)
  • Hastings, (361)
  • Huddersfield, (107)
  • Hull, (39)
  • Leeds, Engines and Steam Dynamo for, (332),
  • New Generator and Steam Dynamos for, 70, (361), (389)
  • London County Council, Reduction of Employees’ Working Hours, (281)
  • Prof. Kennedy on the Cost of Applying Electric Traction to the, (305)
  • and Middlesex, (13), 251, 335
  • Proposed Line from Queen Victoria-street to Putney, (644)
  • Schemes, 511
  • Theobald’s - road to Piccadilly circus, (018)
  • Lourdes, (201)
  • Lytham to Southport, 582 Manchester, (389)
  • Mechanical Traction for, Advantages of, (618)
  • Newcastle, (145), (433)
  • New York, (145), (238), (689)
  • Nice and Villefranche, (671)
  • North Staffordshire, (308)
  • Paris, International Congress on Tramways to be Held in, (389)
  • Pennsylvania, Total Mileage of, and Number of Cars and Employés, (145)
  • Physical Experiments Affected by, (145)
  • Plymouth, Compton Section of, (513)
  • Potteries, The, (308)
  • Record of the Past Year’s Work, 18
  • Salford, (180), (389)
  • Sheffield, (65), (94), (212)
  • South-East Metropolitan, Electric, (186)
  • Southgate to Finchley, Electric, (510)
  • Southport, (281)
  • Sunderland, ('201), (361)
  • Sydney, 21, 431 Warwick, (361)
  • Washington, Test of the Plant, (209 )
  • Worcester, (361)
  • Transport for Mines, Wheel and Pack, 247
  • Speed of, 100
  • Trayne, Mr. Valentine, 368
  • Trenches, Devices for Attacking, 37
  • Truro Sewage Scheme, 466
  • Trusses and Girders, Secondary Stresses in, 284
  • Problem in, 492
  • Trusts and Steel Prices, 204
  • TugeU Bridge, The (Supplement, March Wlh, 1900), (39), (65), 66, 71,118, 330 9 Tungsten, 611
  • Tunnels for London, Nine Miles of, (513)
  • under the Shimonoseki Straits, Japan 626
  • Simplon, 257
  • The Simplon, Mr. C. B. Fox on its Con¬struction, 114
  • under the Thames, The London County Council's Project, (433), (459)
  • The Turchino, 195
  • Turbines of H.M. Destroyer Viper, 170
  • Land and Marine, Mr. A. A. C. Swinton (227)
  • The “ New American,” 316
  • Steam, The Da Laval, Mr. K. Andersson on, 127
  • The Hon. C. A. Parsons on, 124
  • United Electric Light and Power Company, New York, (645)
  • Tests with American Slow-speed Steam, (281)
  • Turchino Tunnel, The, 195
  • Turkestan, Irrigation Works in 141
  • Turrets, Double-storey, 384, 413
  • Drills, American, 325
  • Lathe, Fay and Scott, 166, 167, 169
  • Two-hinged Arch, The, 165, 421

U

  • UEHLING, Mr. E., On the Pneumatic Pyrometer and Pneumatic Recording Gauge, 103
  • United States Competition, 619
  • Government Printing Office at
  • Washington, (618)
  • Navy, Armour Plates for, 269
  • Upton, Mr. Douglas, Presentation to, (77)
  • Uxbridge, Mr. J. Anstie’s Sewerage Schemes (227)

V

  • VALVES, Balanced Piston, for Marine Engines, 258
  • Valve Gear, Influence of the Indicator Diagram on the Design of, 55
  • Vans, Horse and Electric, Messrs. Sever’s and Fleiss’ Tests of, (433)
  • Ventilation. 97, 153, 154
  • Verity’s, Flexible Shaft Coupling, 521
  • Vernon Torpedo School at Portsmouth, (70)
  • Viaduct Across the Lugton Stream, N.B., Collapse of, (459)
  • Viaduct Construction, A Peculiar, 401
  • Vibrations of a Rifle, The, 149
  • Vickerstown, (361)
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Extension of, Naval Construction Works, (254)
  • Ventilation of Large Buildings, Mr. Mervyn O'Gorman, 470
  • Vogt, Mr. H. C., On Yacht Measurement, 379

W

  • WAGES Advance, Cable Chainmakers’, (281)
  • Advance at Mills and Forges, North of
  • England, Mr. Waterhouse’s Summary, (341)
  • North-East Coast Engineering and Ship¬building Employers Refuse to Ad¬vance, (311)
  • in South Wales, Advance of, 358
  • Wagner, Mr. F. C., Friction Tests of a Locomo¬tive Slide Valve, 574
  • Walker Automatic Flushing Tank Syphon, 287
  • Wallasey Landing Stage, Birkenhead, Extension of, (491)
  • War and British Trade, 172
  • Fund, John Brown and Co.’s Workmen’s Contributions to the, (308)
  • Material for the Boers, 231
  • Record of the Past Year, 21, (25)
  • Offics, The, 115
  • Warner, Mr. Wm., (361), (367)
  • Warning, A, 521
  • Warrington Electric Lighting, (145)
  • Waste Haulage, 121, 154, 412, 521, 545
  • Heat, Utilisation of, 203, 312
  • Water Bacteria in London, (201)
  • Ballast, Utilisation of, (408)
  • Filtration, Beneficial Effect of, on the Typhoid Death-rate, City of Lawrence (39)
  • Gas Carburetted, 521
  • Manufacture of, 501
  • Gauges, 809, 360, 381, 492
  • of Lake Titicaca, Metal said not to Ru9t in, (39)
  • Meters of the Present Day, Mr. W. Schiinheyder on, 112, 125
  • Pipes, Action of Stray Electric Currents on,(540)
  • Pipes Lined with Glass, (645)
  • Power in Italy, State Control over, (563)
  • Plint, Quebec, A Large, (540)
  • of the Rhine—Fall at Laufenburg,
  • Utilisation of, (281) in Russia, Utilising Waste, (281)
  • Scheme in connection with the
  • Dnieper, (459)
  • Purification of, by R. A. Tatton, 74
  • System, United States of
  • America, (156)
  • Steriliser, A Portable, 363
  • Storage Tanks under Air Pressure at Lacona, N.Y., (254)
  • Supply for Gold Mines in Nevada, (332)
  • Halifax, (281)
  • Hertford, United States of America, Meter System to be Adopted, (486)
  • London, 96, 285
  • DaU(y486ƒ rag0'(26<)' (308>’
  • Water Supply, London, Royal Commission’s Re¬port, 134
  • Supplied to London, Sir Wm. Crookes’ and Professor Dewar’s Report on, (254), (433), (540)
  • Supply, Metropolitan, (65), (94), (173), 1 (2011
  • Manchester, (94), (254)
  • Newcastle, Derby, Wolverhamp¬ton, (591)
  • Record of the Past Year, 19
  • St. Petersburg, (39)
  • of Sandringham House, (290)
  • for Selkirk, (332)
  • Shropshire, East, (618)
  • in Various Cities, 654
  • from the Thames and Lea, Analysis of the, (‘281)
  • Weight of, (389)
  • Water-tube Fire-box London and South-Western Railway, 464
  • Watson, Sir W. Renny, 385
  • Weapons and Warfare, 72
  • Weardale Iron and Coal Company, Limited, Curious Circumstance connected with the Conversion, (158)
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., Honours to, (39)
  • Weighbridges, Large, 456 457
  • Weighton, Prof. R. L., On the Receiver Drop in Multiple-expansion Engines, 310
  • Wellman Charging Machine, The, 273, 282
  • “ Wells Lights ” for St. Helena, (433)
  • Welsh Water for Wales, Mr. Priestley on, 648
  • Wendrich, General Major von, On the Strategical Importance of Railways, 177
  • Weston Pulley Blocks, Efficiency of, 154, 200
  • Wharves, Concrete, 24
  • Whirlwind of October, 1899, The Wiltshire, (530)
  • White, Mr. A. M., On the Improvement of our Roads, (513)
  • White and Taylor, On the Colour of Heated Steel, 69
  • Wigan Coal and Iron Company, Result of Last Year’s Working, (185)
  • Wiltshire Whirlwind of October, 1899, Mr. G. J. Symcns on, (530)
  • Wind Machines, Modern, (39)
  • Winding from Deep Mines, 288
  • Winter’s Electric Block Instruments, (254)
  • Wireless Telegraphy—Telegraphy, Wireless Wire Nail Trade, Birmingham and German, (486) ; Wishaw, New Melting Furnaces at, (145)
  • Wolverhampton Water Supply, (591)
  • Worcester, Sawage Disposal, (618)
  • Workmen, American v. British, 81
  • British v. American, 115
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, The :
  • Buckley, George, v. Locke and Co., 264
  • Haddock v. Fisber and Sons, (1S6)
  • Holmes 1’. The Great Northern Railway Com¬pany, 674
  • Leeds County-court, Appeal from the Decision of the, 118, 128
  • Leith r. Carter, 404
  • Llest Explosion, Two Cases in connection with, (130)
  • McKay v. The Ashington Coal Company, 491
  • Maud r. Brook, 118, 128
  • Osborn, Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, 444
  • Pearce v. London and South-Western Rail way Company, 404
  • Percival v. John Garner, 548
  • Plymouth Collieries, Case at the, (130)
  • Powell v. Main Colliery Company. 684
  • Proposed Extension of, 1897, (191)
  • Solicitors’Costs, 404
  • Storr <•. The Projectile Company, Limited, 196
  • What is Misconduct within the Act ? 449
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Mr. Arrandale on its Working, 575
  • (1897) Extension Bill, 325
  • Workmen’s Compensatie n Act, Generous View of, (512)
  • Contribution to War Fund, (308)
  • Workshops, American, 340
  • Worthington Pumps at tho Paris Exhibition, (483)
  • Wortley, Mr. H. B., On Innovations in Modern Shipbuilding, 377
  • Wrapping Machines,^Messrs. A. Fortes and F, Grover on. 3C0
  • Wyles, Mr. Fred., 628

X-Y- Z

  • YARROW Convalescent Home, (483)
  • Yorkshire Coalfield, Development of, 45, (51)
  • Coal Trade, (508)
  • Future of the, (394)
  • Sanitary Inspectors at Sheffield, (200)
  • Younger, Mr. A. Scott, Corrosion and Failure of Propeller Shafts, 383, 398, 415
  • Zinc Deposits, Captain C. C. Longridge on 347