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The Engineer 1900 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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A

  • ABBOTT and Co., Limited, Report for the last Financial Year, (200)

Accidents, Fires, Boiler Explosions, dec.:

  • Balloon, Count Zeppelin's, 318
  • Boiler Explosions, 483
  • iu the Year, Persons Killed and Injured by, (591)
  • 1899, in Germany, (379)
  • Locomotive, at Westerfield, 314, 411, 413, 498
  • Lyons, (167)
  • Phenomena of, 496
  • near St. Helens, 615, (491)
  • Sutton Heath Pottery, 597
  • Sydenham, (250)
  • Tube Explosion, Belleville, on board tho Mntiue, (641)
  • Bursting of Main from Lake Vyrnwy, (163)
  • of Main Steam Pipe in Engine-house, Clydach Vale Collieries, (491)
  • Colliery Flooded, Cymmer, (452), (480)
  • Explosion, Great Central Railway Companies’ Gasworks, (87)
  • Great Western Railway Colliery, ( (124)
  • Fall of Roof, Slank Iron Mines, (33)
  • Fire, Handyside’s Britannia Foundry, Derby, (491)
  • Messrs. Nash and Sons Spado and Shovel Works, (504)
  • Oldbury Carriage Works, (114)
  • West Toxteth Dock, Liverpool, (33)
  • Halliwell, Mr. J., Killed through Falling down a Pit Shaft, (137)
  • Hoboken Disaster, Loss Sustained by the North German Lloyd, (163)
  • Horse Killed by a Telephone Wire, (508)
  • Landslip, Cornwall, (519)
  • Powell Duffryn Colliery, (163)
  • Railway Accidents see Railway
  • Roof, Engineering Works, Sterling Boiler Company, Limited, 119
  • Whitwell’s Ironworks, Thcrnaby, (62)
  • ADEN, Scheme of Public Wharves,and Tidal Basins, Government of Bombay refuse to Sanction it, (114)
  • Admiralty Committee on Naval Boi'ers, 134
  • Admiralty Surveys, Recent, 136
  • Aërial Experiment, An, 96
  • Ships, 139
  • Torpedoes, 67
  • Agricultural Implements, Opening for, in Asia Minor, (293)
  • Machinery and Implements in Smyrna, (33)
  • Machinery, Popularity of American, (291)
  • Machinery Wanted in Chile, (291)
  • Work, Application of Electric Power to, (137)
  • Air Compressor, The New Fisher Auxiliary, 376 Oscillating, 446
  • Means of Renewing, Discovered by Two Frenchmen, ("239)
  • Alcohol, Industrial Use of, The French Govern¬ment Endeavours to Promote, (508)
  • Algeria, Copper and Silver Ores Found in, (137)
  • Algeria, Mineral Oil in, (137)
  • Alkali Act, Cement Works and the, 170
  • Alloying Cast Iron with Aluminium, 118
  • Alloys Employed in the Gold and Silver Coinage of the Realm, (365)
  • Almanacs and Calendars, 590, 651
  • Aluminium, Alloying Cast Iron with, 118
  • on Carbon in Cast Iron, Influence of, Mossra. Melland and Waldron, 308
  • Cooking Vessels and Fuel Economy, (519)
  • and Copper, Future of, 166
  • Patents, 623
  • American Armour Plate, 516
  • Cement, 326
  • Competition in Iron Circles, (250)
  • Engineering Offices, 374
  • Engineers in Great Britain, Work
  • Secured by, by Publication of Open Contracts in United States Trade Journals, (504)
  • Machinery for the Far East, (136)
  • Steel Trade, The, 139
  • Tariff and the Iron Trade, Tbo, 38
  • Works Practice, 445
  • Ammunition—see Explosives

Appointments and Resignations:

  • Bowles, Naval Constructor F. T., Appointment, (591)
  • Campbell, Mr. Chas., Appointment, (22)
  • Cawthra, Mr., Appointment, (253)
  • Claydon, Mr. II. W., 378
  • Commandcr-in-Chief at Portsmouth, Appoint¬ment for the Post of, (11)
  • Dick, Mr. F. W., his Appointment and Succes¬sor, (160)
  • Holland, Mr. Riehard Groves, Electod Master Cutler, (149), (249)
  • Hornung, Mr. Chas., Resignation. (304)
  • Lunn, Mr. J. P., Appointment, (378)
  • Macaulay, Mr. John, (33)
  • McCauley, Mr. J., Appointment, (150)
  • May, Capt. 11. J.. Appointment, 261
  • Peddie, Mr. J. Dick, Appointment, (508)
  • Raw on, Mr. J., Appointment, (531)
  • Rny, Mr, App Jntment, (304)
  • Reeves, Mr. (>. B , Appointment, (519)
  • Ritherham, Mr. T. F., Appoin'tnen». (238)
  • Swansea Corporation E.eotrical Cunmiite Appin'ment of Mr. Cawtbra, (253)
  • Thomas, Mr. Fred. (1., Resignation. (304)
  • Trinham, Mr. J. S., Appointment, (304)
  • Young, Mr. Frank W., Appointment, (87)
  • ARDWICK Engineering Company, “Compact” Launch Machinery for America and for Steam Yachts, (73)
  • Argentine, Exportation of Wheat, (163)
  • Argentine Republic, Cultivation and Export of Wheat from the, (105)
  • Armour's Plant, Boiler Installation at, 151

Armour:

  • Brown and Co.’s, John, (21)
  • Camme’.l’s, 4in. K.N.C. Tests of, 117
  • Krupp, for Turkish Ironclads, (137)
  • Opensbaw Works, Extension of, (36,
  • Openshaw Works, Plate Trial, (36)
  • Plate, American, 546
  • Plate Contract Question, The U.S , (213)
  • Plate Trials, 334
  • Russian, Tested at the Bethlehem Steel Com¬pany’s Proving Ground, (137)
  • Tenders for, asked by the Ordnance Biroau of the United States Navy Department, 67
  • Term', 7
  • Plates, American, for Russian Battleships, 301
  • ARMSTRONG, Lord, 630
  • Armstrong, Professor Geo. Fred, 523
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Limited, Dividend, 1900, June 30th, (304)
  • Artistic Accuracy, 499
  • Ashton-in-Makeitield, Electric Energy Supply for, (416)
  • Aspatria and Home Cultram Urban and Wigton Rural Districts Water Supply Scheme, (440)
  • Asphalt Pavements in Minneapolis, Cost of Cleaning, (190)
  • Asphalt Pavements in Brooklyn, Ruin of the, Dispute between tbo Gas Companies and tbo Railway Companies respecting, (316)
  • Assiout Barrage Works, Breach in the, (87)

Association fop the Advancement of Science, American:

  • Fly-wheel Explosions, Mr. C. H. Manning on, (62)

Association, American Railway Master Mechanics’ :

  • Power Transmission by Shafting r. Eleotricity, 146,173
  • Relative Advantages of Electricity and Shafting for Driving for Railway Shops, Conclusions orrived at by the Ccmmitteo Appointed to Consider, (87)
  • Water in Locomotive Boilers, Statistics of the Effect of Hard and Soft, (10)

Association, Central Technical College, Old Students':

  • 328

Association of Cleansing Superintendents of Great Britain:

  • Motors for Street Watering and Dust Removal, Costs of, Mr. E. Shrapnel Smith on, 276

Association, Cold Storage and Ice:

  • Production of Distilled Water for Ice-making Plants, Hal Williams, 647

Association of Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Engineer and the Economical Development of Manufactories, The, by W. Arnold, 223

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Election of President and other Officers, 601
  • Electric Traction Scheme, Manchester, Discussion on the Appointment of an Expert for, 601
  • Engines, Triple and Quadruple-expansion, Re¬lative Efficiency of, Mr. A. L. Mellanby, 651
  • Fly-wheels, Mr. Archibald Sharp, 436
  • Paris Exhibition :
  • Its Lessons and Suggestions for Engineers, 399, 477
  • S vllabus for the Winter Session, (361)
  • Visit to Boyer and Peacook’s Locomotive Works, Gorton, 401
  • Visit to the White Star Liner Oceanic, 99

Association, National Free Labour:

  • Employment of Militiamon with Permanent Work, 369

Association, Self-propelled Traffic:

  • Address by M. O. Forostier, (191)

Association of Waterworks Engi¬neers, British:

  • Programme of Winter Session, (541)
  • Wa6t9 of Water, Relationship between Cost of,
  • end that of Detection and Prevention of, Mr. A. J. Jenkins, 7, 43
  • Assouan Dam. Progress of, (611)
  • Astronomy, Annual for Students, (480)
  • Atlantic Record, The, 185
  • Attraction, 344
  • Austen, Mr. Stanley, (304)
  • Australian Iron Manufacture, 372
  • Aysdalegate E-.tate for Sale, (426)

B

  • BAIN and Co.’s Concerns in West Cumberland Acquired by the Moss Bay Iron and Steel Company, (691)
  • Rikau Boycott, Japan, The, (45)
  • Balance Wheels, Novol Method of Constructing (62)
  • Balata Driving Belt, A, (467)
  • Balloon, Novel Experiments to be Carried Out by J. M. Bacon from a, (87)
  • Balloon, Trial Trip with Count Zeppelin’s Navi¬gable, (11)
  • Birr, Prof. Arch., On the Rise of the Mechanical Arts, (571)
  • Bar Rolling Mil), a Large, (310)
  • Birrow Hematite Steel Company's Works, Stop¬page of, (467)
  • Water Supply, 392, (519)
  • Bauer Forge, The, 301
  • Bauermann, Prof. H., Iron and Steel at the Paris Exhibition, 1900, 236, 376, 423, 448
  • Belfast Harbour Commissioners and the Glasgow Docks, 376
  • Belgian Metal Market, (190)
  • Bell, Sir I. L., on United States Competition, 569
  • Belleisle Experiments, 18, 32, 193, 261, 489
  • Belleville Boilers— x.r Boilers
  • Belt Pulley, Test of a, 504
  • Saddle, Mr. C. T. Powell, (10)
  • Surface-hardened Carrying, Rossendale Belt¬ing Company, (225)
  • Phoenix Sewn Cotton Duck, (219)
  • Bengal, Coal in, (141)
  • Bengal Pig Iron, Price of, in Australia and China, (637)
  • BarangerSiingl Apparatus for Purifying Feed- water, (291)
  • Berthelot, M., On the Boiling Points of Zinc and Cadmium, (ISO)
  • Bethnal Oreen Free Library, (619)
  • Bsvel Wheel Cutting, 212
  • Bioycle, The “ Free-wheel,” 66
  • in Siam, Demand for, (365)
  • for the South African Forces, Protest
  • against the War-office Specification, (591,
  • and Steel Ball Trade in Bavaria, Decline of. (137)
  • Trade in Moscow, American e. British, (512)
  • Bilbao and Z>ebrupge, Jetty Construction at, 434

Bills:

  • Cardiff Railway Company's, (624)
  • Dublin Electric Lighting, Rejected, 20
  • East London Water Company, (52)
  • Electric Power, 5, £0, (33)
  • French, for Naval Defences and Re-organisa¬tion of the Fleet, (11,
  • Landon County Council’s, for Using Electricity on their Tram Lines, (87)
  • London County Council's, for a Tunnel under the Thames, (62)
  • and South - Westorn Line under the Solent, (591)
  • Water Supply, 588
  • Metropolis, Electric Railways for, (587,
  • Moselle Canal, 14
  • Neath Harbour, (33)
  • Private, (508)
  • Railway and Canal Traffic Amendment, (33,
  • Rheidol Light Railway, (33)
  • Sheffield District Railway Company’s, (11)
  • South Wales Electric Power Distribution, (33)
  • Stockport, Water Supply, (637)
  • BINGHAM, Mr. Chas. Henry, (351)
  • Birmingham Gasworks, Holders at the, 561, 563, 607, 628, 629 (Supplement, December 21st, 1900,)
  • Birmingham Technical School, Engineering De¬partment of, to be Reorganised, (392)
  • Birmingham Welsh Water Scheme, The, 362, 363
  • Blackpool, Volcanic Stone Sea Walls, 146
  • Blast Furnaces, Coal Consumption in, and How it is affected by Moisture in the Air, (318, Furnace Smelting by Water Gas, 153
  • Board of Trade Education, South Kensington, 279

Boilers:

  • Admiralty Committee on Naval Boilers, The, 134
  • Belleville, 36, 39, 442
  • in the British Navy, (641)
  • in the Japanese Navy, 542
  • Machine Tools for the Construction of, 643
  • Explosions, Boiler—see under Accidents Phenomena of, 496, 498
  • Seleot Committee on, (62), 90
  • Flanged Fiue, Hawkesley, Wild, and Co., (303)
  • Flue Drilling Machine, 65, 620
  • Incrustation of Locomotive, Peculiarity in the, 641
  • of Locomotive. Scale Loosened by Constantly Changing the Water, (314)
  • in Preventing, Mr. Reis's Patent, (137)
  • Installation at Armour’s Plant, 161
  • Moscow Local Makers v. Lancashire, (519)
  • Navy, 67, 134
  • Niclausse, 96,118, 145, 413
  • Registration and Inspection, Report of the
  • Select Committee on, and Draughts Sub¬mitted, (62)
  • Scale in Locomotive, Observations made on the Central Argentine and on the Great Western Railways, (544)
  • Stirling Boiler Company's Show of Models, (HO)
  • Tubular, Experiments with, for the German Navy, (366)
  • Water-tube, Babcock and Wilcox, Demand for, (62)
  • Experiments on the llyac.nth, 415
  • Mr. G..schen i Memorandum on, 61, 70, 89, 134
  • in Merchant Shipi, 263
  • oa the Minerva, Trills, (313)
  • Water-tube, for the New Cruisers Encounter and Challenger, (440)
  • in Warships, L;sts of the Principal Typss, 26, 27, 56
  • BOLT, Lewis, 398
  • Bolt and Nut Company, Lanarkshire, Large Additions to their Woiks, (508)
  • Bombay Water Supply, (544)
  • Boring Machine, Cylinder, Socié c Alsacienne (iv. Supplem-nt. November 23rd, 1900)
  • Loco, Cylinder, Demoor (ii. Supplement, November 2'ird, 1900)
  • Sculfort et Fockedey (si. Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Mill, Horizontal, Smith and Coventry, Limited, 189
  • Bottling Machine, Aeiiited Liquid, 565
  • Bouhey, Usines, Paris. Machine Tools (Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • “Bowling” Iron, Evidence as to the World-re¬nowned, (318)
  • Bown, Mr. Wm., (114)
  • Boyer, Percussive Riveter, 446
  • Bradford Water Supply Work9, Mr. Watson on,
  • S9, 270, 271, 274 h for Electric Cranes, 538
  • Breech Screw, Krupp's Modified Welin, 243
  • Briar-root Industry, The, (114)
  • Bricks made from Wasto Heaps of St. Helens Glass Work», (318)

Bridges, Railway, and other:

  • Alais, Light Railway, 52
  • Building, American v. British, (637)
  • Canadian Pacific Railway over the Red River, _(611)
  • Cantilever for the Canadian Government, (253)
  • Strengthening the Niagara, 576
  • Foot, MadisoD, New Jersey, Plate Girder, 539
  • Newcastle, at the Side of the Bykor Bridge. (293)
  • Over the Spree, 374
  • Great Northern Railway over the Canal Basin, Nottingham, 219, 220
  • Malt Mill Lane, 257, 258
  • Hank-Tu, Rebuilding of, (440)
  • Heavy Draw, New York Central Railway, (72)
  • Limbatb, Re-building of, Recommended by the London County Council, (620)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Contract Reported to have been Secured, (250)
  • London, Widening of, (392), 613
  • New, over the Thames at Lambeth, 414
  • Newcastle, Widening of Byker, (552)
  • Ottawa River, (86)
  • Siberian Railway, Across the Yenisei, 4
  • Stone Arch Railway, U.S.A., 67
  • Swing, Working by Electricity, 373
  • Sydney Harbour, (17)
  • Transporter over the Manchester Ship Canal and the Mersey, (591)
  • Tyne Harbour Mouth, Aerial Suspension, at, (519), (529)
  • Uganda Railway, American Contracts to Supply Thirty-four, 595
  • Warden, near Newcastle, New Suspension, (11)
  • BRISTOL Quays, 418
  • Britannia Rapids, Ottawa, Utilisation of, (544)

British Association:

  • Bradford, New Water Supply Works, Mr. Watson, 269, 270, 271, 274
  • Coalfields and Iron Ore Deposits of Shansi and Honan, Mr. J. G. H. Glass, 329 Combination Integrating Wattmeter and Maxi¬mum Demand Indicator, Mr. T. Barker, 272
  • Compressed Air, Experiments on the Ra-heating of, Mr. W. O. Walker, 326
  • Cost of Power by Steam, Water, and Gas, Mr. J. B. C. Kershaw, 269, 290
  • Dynamos at the Paris Exhibition, Professor S. Thomson on the Large, 272
  • Expanded Metal in Concrete, Ute of, Mr. A. T. Walmisloy, 269
  • Generating Stations, Design and Location of, Mr. A. II. Gibbings, 272
  • Leader on, 192
  • Machine Shop», Construction of, Mr. E. Kitson Clark, 290
  • Manchester and Liverpool Proposed Express on the Mono-rail System, Papers by Sir W. H. Preooe and Mr. F. J. Behr, 269
  • Measurement of the Tractive Force, Resistance, and Acceleration of Trains, Mr. A. Malloek, 323
  • Mechanical Science, Section B, List of Papers to l>o road before, 188
  • Photography in Textile Designing, Use of, Prof. Beaumont, 290
  • Presidential Address, Mr. Joioph Larmr.r, 235. 243, 272
  • Refuse Disposal, Mr. McTaggart on House, 269
  • Screw Ganges, Rapcrt on, 3C0
  • Screw Threads used in Gun and Cycle Con¬struction and for Screws subject to Vibra¬tion, by Mr. O. P. Clements, 302
  • Sitting of the General Committee, Innovati ms decided upon Grants made nt Bradford, 290
  • Steam, Wet and Dry, and a New Form of Calorimeter for Measuring it, Prof. J. Goodman, 290
  • Tractive Force, Resistance, and Accel rstim of Trains, Measurement of, Mr. A. Malloek, 269
  • Tramway Construction, Mr. W. Dawson cn Rtcant 2Z2
  • BRITISH Trade and Manufacturers, 118
  • Bronze Forging, A Large, COG Bronze, Scojuloria, 426
  • Brown-Boveri-Parsons Syndicate, Order received from the Frankfort Corporation by the, (87)
  • Brnnton and Trier’s Stone-dressing Machine, 446
  • Burley Sewage, Carr Bottom Reservoir, (190)
  • Barton, C. W., Machino Tools (Supplement, November 23r<7, 1903)
  • Bushey House Granted to the Rcyal Society (611)
  • Bute, The Marquis of, 862

C

  • CABLE from the Azores to New York, (114), (137)
  • German-American, New York to the Azores, (114)
  • Pacific, (508)
  • Cablegrams, Anglo-Garman, 570
  • Caird, Mr. Robort, Presidential Address, 443
  • Calamine Mines in Algeria, (187)
  • Calcium Carbide, Bleaching Powder, and Electro¬lytic Copper, Annual Produc¬tion of, (416)
  • as a Daoxidant in Foundry Practice, (467)
  • Industry in Norway and Swe¬den. (291), (365), (637)
  • Industry in United States, (291)
  • Manufacture of, (137)
  • and Portland Cement Works at Lauffen, (491)
  • Power Necessary to Produce, (508)
  • Calculator, Pocket, 321, 840, 364, 388, 475, 517
  • Calcutta, Coal Gasworks Flooded, (516)
  • Callipers, Graduated, (617)
  • Calorific Value of the Average Lindon Domestic Refuse, (239)
  • Cammed Armour Plate Tests, 117
  • Camphor Production, Formosa, (365)
  • Canadian Mail Services, (190)
  • Canadian Mineral Developments, 313

Canals:

  • Baltic and Black Sea, 322
  • Baltic and North Sea, 55
  • Central American Ship Canals, 405, 455, 464, 465, 509, 520, 560, 605, (611), 627 (Supplement, October 26th, 1900)
  • Danube-Save, (591)
  • Darien, Ship, 122
  • Grand Junction, 55
  • Hungary, Two New, (508)
  • Rennet and Avon, 550, 573, 593
  • Kiel, (511)
  • Leeds and Liverpool, Bursting of the Embankment, (11), 55
  • Locks, High-lift, 105
  • Manchester, Ship, (33), 239, 253, 822, (440),
  • Moselle, Bill to Authorise its Construction, 14
  • Nicaragua, (508), 605, 616
  • North Sea, to Amsterdam, Extensions and Improvements, (213)
  • North Sea and Baltic, Traffic through, (11), 55, (114), (365), (467), (508)
  • Panama, 405, 455, 464, 465, 509, 520, (611) (Supplement, October 26th, 1900)
  • Suez, (365), (611)
  • Worcester to Birmingham, Project for Improvement of, 225 .
  • sr« also Harbours and Waterways CAPE Colony, Value of Exports from, (544) Cardiff Intercepting Sewerage Scheme Carried, (554)
  • Cardiff Municipal Buildings, Proposed Delay, (137)
  • Cargo Conveyors, Philadelphia and Reading Rail¬way, 612, 614
  • Carnegie, Mr., Presentation of 381b. T-rail to, (426)
  • Projects, 344
  • Steel for England, 321, (378)
  • Catalogues, 23, 47. 67, 101, 124, 194, 220, 251, 314, 352, 402, 427, 453, 431, 507, 530, 554, 603, 651
  • Cellulose Export from Norway, (213)
  • Cement, American, 326
  • Export, German, (163)
  • Industry in the United States, (291)
  • Slag, Analysis of, 218
  • Testing, 162
  • Testing by the Modulus of Rupture for Transverse Strain, by John Paterson, 127
  • Works and the Alkali Act, 170
  • Works, Portland, (4C0)
  • Census of Greater New York, (190)
  • Chemical Pulp Trade of Norway, (213)
  • Cherbonnier, M. A., Piates for Welding Pieces of Iron or Steel, (33)
  • Chester, Sewage Purification Scheme, (318)
  • Chesterfield and Midland Counties Institution of Engineers, Proposed Change of Name, (293)
  • Chevalet Detartariser, The, 247
  • Chicago, Disadvantages under which Manufacturers Work, (253)
  • Chilian Exportation of Nitrates, (137)
  • Chilian Trade Mark Laws Revised, (213)
  • Chimney Gases at Barrow Steel Works, Appa¬ratus to Purify, (163, for Power Stations, American, 552
  • Stack in Gloucestershire, The Highest Ventilating Shaft for the Tower Works, Leeds, New Combined, 622
  • Cbin Kiang, Trade of, (87,
  • China’s Trade, (11)
  • Chromium, Carbon Steel, High, 384
  • City and Guilds of London Central Technical College, 379
  • Cleaning Asphalt Pavements, Cost of, (190,
  • Cleansing Superintendents of Great Britain, Conference of, (293)
  • Cleveland Iron Mining Company, Fiftieth Anniversary of its Organisation, (114)
  • Clyde Defences, (427)

Coal:

  • American, for France, (365), (558,
  • American Gas. for London Gasworks. (213)
  • Anthracite, Shipment from Pailadelphia to Cronstadt, (251,
  • Austria’s Steps to Check Rise in Prices, (637,
  • A(i9iy°Price of> ot the pit Mouth’i8v9,
  • Belgian Market, (114)
  • Bangal, (141)
  • Bills, Kul way Companies', 1CÖ
  • Brisbane,(365)
  • British, to the Netherlands, (1631 Cambrian, for French Railways, (304)
  • Canada, 313
  • Carbonised at the Manchester Gasworks, Can¬nel and, (163)
  • Cochrane, Mr., On the High Prioe of, 827
  • Conciliation Board, Scotch, (114)
  • Consumption in Blast Furnaces, and how it is affected by Moisture in the Air, (318) Consumption, A Cruiser's, (91)
  • Contracts, The Railway, (239), 570, 595
  • Cutters, Electric, (163)
  • Delivering, at Sea, 84, 85
  • Dividends Deolared by S>me of the Sheffield Colliery Companies, 225
  • Dust, Firing with (Freitag’s Method), (ICO)
  • Enormous Profits made by Colliery Owners, (21)
  • Exports, American, (114), 291, (331), 365 (558)
  • of, from Grimsby, during week ended October 12th, (392)
  • of, from Newcastle, N.S.W., (392)
  • Famine, Another, Circular to Lancashire and Yorkshire Coalowners, (62)
  • France, Import of British, into, and its Destination, (62)
  • Future Stores of, in Germany, North America and North China, Dr. Freeh on, (318)
  • German Foreign Trade in, from January to August, (403)
  • Germany, Crisis in the Trade, 268
  • Glass, Mr. G. H., On Shansi and II man, 329
  • Grimsby, Export from (190)
  • High Prices of, Mr. Cochrane on, 327
  • Homestead Colliery, Ontput Increasing, (45)
  • Hungarian Mountains, Extensive Field Discovered, (467), (514)
  • Imports into China in 1899 and 1898, (637)
  • of, into Italy, Diminishing, going to the Use of Water Power for Generating Electricity, (416)
  • India, English, in, 442 Indian, (253), (591)
  • Japan Production and Export, 176, (291), (637)
  • Kent Coalfield, Belgian and French Syndicate, and the, (87), (137)
  • Manchester Corporation Gasworks, Project for Buying a Coal Mine (253)
  • Michigan, (637)
  • Mills Stopped for Want of, (190)
  • MiniDg Companies, Increased Profits Earned by, (508)
  • New South Wales, (365)
  • New Zealand, 145, (365), (100)
  • Nottinghamshire District Output, (392)
  • Pas de Calais, (591)
  • Peat v. Coal in Sweden, 205
  • “ Poor Manufacturer's " Complaints of High Price (21,
  • Price of, 141, 216
  • of Locomotive, 14
  • of Nagasaki and Poeahontas, (611)
  • Paid by Manchester Gas Corporation, (62)
  • in South Staffordshire Advanced, (190)
  • of, on Taff Vale Railway and Effect on Receipts, (163), (217)
  • Pulverised, as Fuel on the Illinois Central, (478)
  • Rhodesia, (£08)
  • Rise of One Penny per Ton, Calculated on the Present Output, What it Represents for the Coalowners, (491,
  • in Price of, owing to Increase in Miners’ Wages, (318)
  • in Price of, on Scottish Railways, (392)
  • Ritchie, Mr., On The Export of, to Foreign Countries, (62) (87,
  • Russia, Steps to Prevent a Famine in, (365)
  • Sbanshi and Honan, Mr. J. G. H. Glass on, 329
  • Sheffield, Colliery Development near, 426
  • “Slump” in Derbyshire Foretold, (163,
  • Smoke Abatement Society, President's Letter to the Times on the Loss to Londoners by the , Present Mode of Burning Coal, (276,
  • South Wales, The Position in, 540, 559
  • Spain, Mines Development, (365)
  • Spitzborgen Coalfields, (544)
  • Staiths, American, (552,
  • Stations in the Red Sea, Germany and Russia, 523
  • Strike in France, (491)
  • Tar Derivative Fuchsin9, The, (416)
  • Trade with Hull Port, The, 166
  • North of England, Miners' Wages Advanced 12J per cent., (46)
  • The Scottish, 2l2
  • Warwickshire Output, Mr. W. H. Stokes on, 73
  • Washing Machinery, American, (98)
  • Welsh for the Navy, Storage Ground in Ports¬mouth Harbour, (213,
  • Yorkshire and Durham Gas, Mr. G. Livesey on the Relative Values of, (239)
  • Trado, (64), 216, 217, 316, (392), 419, 497, 670, 594
  • COFFEE Machinery, American, (319,
  • Coke, Dcsulpburlsation of, 229, 322
  • for Steam - raising Purposes, Lancashire Steam. Motor Company use, (33,
  • Colliers for Chinese Service, Repiiring American. 142
  • Wages, 145
  • Colliery, Bwlifa, Record Dividend Daclared by, 452
  • Littleton, (148)
  • Wages and Profits in South Wales, 313
  • Colmant, Maison, Paris, Machine Tools, Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900
  • Colne Street Improvements, Gasworks Extensions, he., Loan Sanctioned for, (137)
  • Colorado, States which Produce the Precious Metals, (87)
  • Colwyn Bay Sewerage Schome, (‘263,
  • Commercial Information Bureau in Germany, 194
  • Travellers in Switzerland, Activity of German as against English, (611)
  • Treaty with Germany, The New, 419
  • Compressed Air, On the Re-heating of, by Mr. W. G. Walker, 326 f
  • Concrete, Use of Expanded Metal in, Mr. A. T. Walmisloy, 269
  • Condensation in Steam Engine Cylinders, Obser¬vation on an Improved Glass
  • Revealer for Studying, Mr. B. Donkin, 410, 423, 447
  • Condensation on Windows, Preventing, 398
  • Consuls and Engineering, 113

Contracts:

  • Barry Graving Dock, Messrs. Prico and Wills, (392)
  • British Griffin Chilled Iron and Steel Company’s New Works at Barrow let to Gradwell and Co , Limited, (21)
  • Cial, The Railway Company’s (239), 570, 595
  • De Bergue and Co.’s, (149)
  • Government, Japan, 576
  • Greenock and Port Glasgow Tramways Com¬pany to Dick Kerr and Co., Limited, (467)
  • Ling Newton Reservoir, Mr. John Scott. (150)
  • Municipal Contract Scandal Manchester, (478)
  • Open, Prompt Publication of, by United States Trade Journals, and Consequences, (504)
  • Steel Work for Southport Pier Company placed with Messrs. Handyside, (123)
  • Union Switch and Signal Company, U.S.A., for South Africa, 145
  • War-office, Reforms in connection with, (33)
  • CONVERSIONS, Walker, Maynard, and Co. Warner and Co., 425
  • Conveyors, Cargo, The Brown Hoisting Machine and Conveying Company, 612, 614
  • Copper. 295, 504
  • and Aluminium, Future of, 166
  • Consumption, 78
  • Gold, and Silver Refineries in the United States, Eleotrolytic, (611)
  • Natal, Discovery of, (114)
  • Norway, Turn-out of the Riiros Mines, (163)
  • Ore, An Entire Mountain containing 5 per cent, of, (408)
  • Production, Germany, (318)
  • Production, United States, (33)
  • Smelting Plant at Nacosari, Mexico, (318)
  • Supply, The World’s, 364, 394
  • ana Tin Filings converted into Bronze by Pressure, (624)
  • Corea, Mineral Wealth of, (467)
  • Cork, Use of, in Isolating Vibrations and Noise of Machines, (611)
  • Cornish Mining, Revival of, Meeting in connec¬tion with, (591)
  • Cornish Tin-mining, 172
  • Corrosion of I’ip9 by the Earth, G’jolgardie Pipe Line, (318)
  • Corrosion of Soft Steel and Wrought Iron Reduced by Addition of Copper, (637)
  • Corsica, Defence of, (427)
  • Cotton, Artificial, Process for the Manufacture of, (11)
  • Import to Manchester, Usefulness of the Ship Canal, (239)
  • Spinniog Companies io the Royton Dis¬trict Stop their Mills for a Fortnight, (87)
  • Spinning and Weaving in Portugal, (213)
  • Counterbracing Girders, 80
  • Crane, Messrs. Wm. Doxford and Sons (553)
  • Cranes, Brakes for Electric, 538
  • Electric v. Hydraulic, The Clyde Navi¬gation, Trustees Comparison of, (611)
  • Floiting, for Lifting 80 Tons, New South Wales, (201)
  • Crank Shafts Built, 95
  • Crewe, Mr. Webb’s Presentation of a Loving Cup to the Mayor and Corporation of, (611)
  • Cridland and Kirsch’s Automatic Coupling, 395
  • Crowden’s Apparatus for Drawing Curves of Motion, 334
  • Cruse Controllable Superheater and Separator, A, 443, 475
  • Cuba, Mining in, (137)
  • Cubillo, Lieut.-Colonel L., On the Chemical Phenomena of Puddling, (552)
  • Curve of Equilibrium or Line of Thrust in Arched Ribs, Method of Calculating the, Mr. Chas. Lean, 110, 111
  • Cutting Steel at 150ft. per Minute, 232
  • Cutting-up Macbino, Automatic, Mr. E. G. Herbert, 68
  • Cycle Construction, Steel in, (15)
  • Exports, English and American, 424
  • Industry, Depression of, (62)
  • Shows, Th9, 547
  • Cycling Club's Competition, Catford, (291)
  • Cycling in Smyrna, Spread of, (62)
  • Cyclists and Cycle Makers, Competition interest-to (253)
  • Cylinder Proportions for Compound and Triple- expansion Engines, 97

D

  • DAIRY Show, 1903, 445
  • Dam, Concrete, Chaudicre Falls, Qiebec, (630)
  • Steel and Concrete, Denver, 98
  • The Wachu8ett, on the Nashua River, (319)
  • Davis, Captain Lewis, Cap Nut Block for Pro¬pellers, (33)
  • Dickeson, Sir Richard, (392)
  • Dickson, Mr. Geo. Workman, 4
  • Distilling Plant for Ice Factory, 647
  • Dean, Smith, and Graco, Machine Tools (Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Death-rate and Temperature, Carves of, The Weekly. Mr. W. II. Dines on, (519)
  • Deering Harvesting Company’s, Self-moving Mowing Machine, (239)
  • Damoor, Ateliers, Brussels, Macbino Tools (Sup¬plement, November 23rd, 19C0)
  • Derby Sewerage Scheme, (318)
  • Desulphurisation of Coke, 229
  • Detartariser, The Chevalet, 247

Docks:

  • Amsterdam, Floating Graving, (190) Avonmouth, (440)
  • Baltic Ports, Number of Dooks in, to bo In¬creased, (467)
  • Berry, New Graving, (137), (392)
  • Bermuda, New Floating Dry, for, (87)
  • Bristol, Development Schemos, 55, 206, (416) 418, (602)
  • Bute, Cardiff, Sir W. T. Lewis Retires from the Post of Managing Director, (602) Clydebank, New, (32)
  • Dar-es-Salaam, New Floating, for. (87)
  • Dover, (491) '
  • Garston, 206
  • Oates for, Mr. F. K. Poach, 580
  • Gibraltar, Malta, and Hongkong, Progress of the Government's, (87)
  • Glasgow, Belfast Harbour Commissioners and the, 376
  • Goole, 295, 433 Grimsby, (65)
  • Hartlepool’s, North - Eastern Railway Com¬pany’s Plans to Improve. (479)
  • Havana, Floating. (62), (163), (293)
  • Hull, Proposed New, (62)
  • Leith, (508)
  • Llanelly, (402), (423), 433 Mersey, Financial Statement, (392)
  • Newport Extension, (22), (301)
  • New York Navy Yard, Stone and Concrete Dry, (137)
  • San Francisco, Dry, (291), (299)
  • Simons Bay, Dry, (163)
  • Sonth Brooklyn, Immense Floating Dry, (33)
  • Swansea, 206, (416), 426)
  • Trieste, Balance Floating Dock, (114), (190)
  • Uraga, Japan, 437, 439, (477)
  • Workington, 206

Dockyard Notes:

  • Albatross, Destroyer, to be Commissioned for the Instructional Flotilla, 218
  • Albemarle, Battleship, 641
  • American Cruisers, Reconstruction of, 232
  • Navy Board Look Round for a De¬fence against Submarines, 462
  • Navy, No more Destroyers or Tor¬pedo Boats for the, 462
  • Amphion, Square-rigged Mast lJwomed, 65
  • Ampbion, The, to Replace the Leander on the Australian Station, 337
  • Argentina, All Orders for Ships and Guns to be Sent to Germany, Report to this Effect, 388
  • Ariadne, H.M.S.,TheTruth about her “Narrow Eicapa ” 193
  • Austrian Naval Projects, 261
  • Ballard, Commander, His Essay on Ideal War¬ships, An Officer’s Comments on, 18
  • Barr and Stroud Transmitters, The, 524
  • Battleships of Last Year’s Programme, Names of the New, 442
  • Belleisle, Armour of, and the Globe Naval Correspondent’s Ignorance, 565
  • Experiments, 18, 82, 193, 489
  • Photograph of, 261
  • Belloville Boilers in the Recent Manoeuvres, 193
  • Ships with, 641
  • Tube, Bursting of a, 641
  • and Scotch Boilers and the Fuel they Burn, 91
  • Ships and the Cylindrical-boilered Ships daring the Matte avres, 134
  • Benbow's Guns, The, 65
  • Bilge Keeb Fitted to French Coast-defence Ships, 337
  • Blake, To ba put into Commission as a Trans¬port, 388
  • Blenheim durinz the Manoeuvres, The, 135
  • Bluejackets as Stokers, 641
  • British Cruisers, Admiral Sir J. Hopkins on the Speed of, 565
  • Bullfinch, The Destroyer, Trials of, 193
  • Bunkers, Half Empty, Valuable Experience with, Gained by the Manoeuvres, 118 Channel Fleet, The, 489, 547
  • Chinese Destroyer Captured at Taku and given to the French, Re-naming of the, 287, 337
  • Clydebank Destroyers and Short, Fat Fun¬nels, 193
  • Coal, American v. German in the matter of Producing Smoke, 287
  • Coal Consumption of the Ocean, the Renown, &c., 287
  • Coaling Average of the Furious and the Arro¬gant, 232
  • Average of one of the Cruisers at Portsmouth, 193
  • of the Channel Fleet, Highest Average made by the Repulse, 287
  • Point to be Constructed at Ports¬mouth, 218
  • “Commander, R N.,” The Army and Navy Gazette on a Letter Signed, 18
  • “Confidential Books,” Disappearance of, and consequent Action of the Admiralty, 412
  • "Confidential” Volume of Photographs of Foreign Warships, The, 4 42
  • Conqueror and Hero in the Manoeuvres, Their Presence causes Comment, 65
  • Cramp’s Yard, Philadelphia, Fire at, and Consequences, 32
  • Cressy, The Armoured Cruiser, 322, 337, 369, 383, 517
  • Cressy Glass, Dissatisfaction of Naval Officers with the, 322, 547
  • Craisers and Battleships, The Argument re¬specting, 218
  • Cruisers, The Huge Four-funnelhd, at Ports¬mouth, What is to become of them, 388
  • Cruiser—an Improved Drake, Rumour concern¬ing an Immense, 419
  • Delayed Ships, 547
  • Destroyer Hunter Repaired, The, 18
  • Destroyer Viper, a 35-Knotter, 232
  • Devonport Instructional Flotilla, Changes in, 388
  • New Building Slip at, (410)
  • Tags, Accidents to the, 388
  • Diadem Class Cruisers, Comments on the, 883
  • The Water-tube Boiler Commission and the, (412)
  • Drake, Rapid Progress of, 611
  • Ellipse to be Re-fitted, 287
  • Return of the Cruiser, 232
  • Ejonomy at the Royal Dockyards, 412
  • Eleotra’s Funnels, The, 193
  • Electric Hoists for the Navy, 135
  • Elswick and the British Naval Officer, 347
  • Turbine Destroyer Cobra to be attached to Portsmouth, and hor Cruise thither, 65, 91
  • Encounter, Second-class Cruiser, (440), 412
  • Essex, Machinery of the, 232
  • Europa, Trials at Spithead, 337
  • Report as to hor being Re-boilered, 412
  • Formidable, The, 193, 462, 489, 610
  • French Battleship Caravane, A “ Naval Pocket¬book Craft,” 442
  • Battleship St. Louis, Accident to, 388
  • Channel Fleet, Composition of the, 383
  • French Channel Fleet, A Pessimist’s View of the Light Division of the, 337
  • Cruiser Isly, Woodwork to be Replaced by Iron, 388
  • Cruiser Montcalm, 489
  • Destroyer Frame j, The Loet, 172
  • Devastation, Reoonstruction of, 517
  • Fleets, Reorganisation of the, 517
  • Gunboats, C icyte and Phlégóion, 517
  • llenri IV., Tho, ‘261
  • Ironclad Hoche, her New Rig, 322
  • Marceau Fitted with Niclausse Boilers, 489
  • Requin, Reoonstruction of, 261
  • Naval Programme, The Latest, 369
  • Neptune, Reconstruction of, 547
  • Submarine Farfadet Complete, 388
  • Torpedo Boat Wrecked, 232
  • Torpedo Boat Audacieux, Trials, 489
  • Funnels of Clydebank Destroyers, The, 193
  • Furious, Coaling Average of the Cruiser, 232
  • Gelderland, The, 419
  • Gorman Coast Defence Ship Hagen, 462
  • Cruisers, New, 261
  • Ironclads of the C, D, E, F, G, and H, Group, The New, 419
  • Kaiser Barbarossa and Kaiser Karl der Grosse, Funnels of the, 419
  • System of Reducing all Warships to a Common Denomination, 565
  • Germany Acquires a Coaling Station in the Red Sea, 388
  • Gibraltar, Breakdown of the, 91
  • Glatton, in Dock at Portsmouth, 610
  • Glory, The, Refuses to Steer, 524
  • Greek Ironclads Spetso'i and Hydra, Two Military Mast9, 419
  • Gun Shield, New Form of, 462
  • Guns at Dover, The Now, 442
  • Havock, Destroyer, Accident to and Recon¬struction of, 237, 610
  • Hogue, Launch of the Armoured Cruiser, 172
  • Holland, Mr., his New Submarine Boat, 524
  • Hood as Port-guard Ship at Pembroke, The, 419
  • Hopkins, Admiral Sir J., on the Training of
  • Bluejackets as Stokers, 641
  • Hotham, Admiral Sir C. F., Commander in-Chief at Portsmouth, 232
  • Hyacinth, Cruiser, Water-tube B eiler Trials of, 287
  • Fitted for Wireless Tele¬graphy, 388
  • Ideal Warships for the British Navy, Major Field’s Essay on, 337
  • Inflexible, Reconstruction and Armament of, 32, 610
  • Invincible, The, 547
  • Invincible, Fate of the, 388, 547
  • Iron Duke, The, to become a Training Ship for Stokers, 337
  • Isis, H.M. Cruiser, Average Speed of, to Hong¬kong, 193
  • Italian Cruiser Varese, The, 610
  • Destroyer Dardo, 524
  • Four-funnelled Destroyers, Alterations, 18
  • Ironclads Projected, New, 261
  • Lepanto, As to whether sho is a Cruiser or a Battleship, 218
  • New Type of Warship, M. Cuniberti’s Designs Approved, 524
  • Project of Naval Construction for 1901- 1912, 587
  • Jackson System of Wireless Telegraphy v. the Marconi, 135
  • Jane Naval War Game adopted by the United States Coast Artillery, 610
  • Japanese Battleship Asabi, Grounding of, and the Cause, 232
  • Hatsusi, 524, 565
  • Mikasa, 21, 225, 249, 282, 462, 489
  • Cruiser Adsnma, The, 172
  • at Eiswick, 232
  • Idz.imo nearly Completed, 232
  • Yakumo, Departure for Japan of, and Changes in Disposition of her Guos, 32
  • Yayeyama to be fitted with Niclausse Boilers, 524
  • Destroyer Niji, Engiues Salved, 524
  • High Explosive Shells adopted by the, 610
  • I «ate, 565
  • Mikasa, Expected at Portsmouth, 524 Projects, 610
  • Torpedo Boat Niji, Grounding of, 369
  • Twin-screw Ship Katsuragi, Disaster to, 524
  • Yakumo, a German Edition of the Asama Class, 610
  • Keit, New Armourod Cruiser, Progress ef the, 193
  • Limo in Water-tube Boilers, The Admiralty’s Stringent Orders on the Use of, 419
  • London, Her Masts Up, 489.
  • Lyddite Shell, 9 2in., Experiments with, 261
  • May, Captain H. J., his Appointment, 261
  • Mediterranean Fleet, The, 369, 547
  • Missing Rivets in the Bulkheads of Dockyard-built Ships, 442
  • Models of Ships as Toys, 565
  • Naval Engineers, Value of Heredity in, 641
  • Experts, the Daily Mail, the Daily Express, and th9 Pall Mall Gazette, 841
  • Manoeuvres, 65,118, 135, 193
  • Manmuvres, Captain Vignot on our, 337
  • Navy and Mr. Watts of Eiswick, The, 547
  • Niger Torpedo Gunboat to be Re-engined and
  • Re-boilered, 337
  • Normand Boiler for Futnro Russian Cruisers, 261
  • Norwegian Government and tho Jane Naval War Game, 547
  • Obsolete Ship Crusade, The, 218
  • Ocean, Coal Consumption of the, 287 ,
  • “Old Navy,” Death of the, 218
  • Osborn, Staff Captaio, L?tter concerning Plymouth Sound, 587
  • Pandora Cruiser, Trials of, 611
  • “ Pleas for Modorate Dimensions,” Another Epidemic of, 587
  • Pomono, Bleychenlen Boiler*, 611
  • Portsmouth Destroyers Painted Black, 388
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Roofs Pulled Down and Replaced, 587
  • Dockyard, Widening of Caisson, Leather and Co., 489
  • Prince of Wales, The, 587, 610, 641
  • Proserpine, Thornycroft Boilers, 641
  • Q teen and Prince of Wales, New Battleships, The, 587, 610, 641
  • Reserve Squadron, Projected Cruise of, 322
  • Results of the 788-Mile Race of the Mediter¬ranean Fleet in June, 287
  • Revenge and the Ilood to bo Re-armed, 218
  • Revenue Cutters, their Possible Use in War, Discussions and Suggestions on the Subject in the United States. 287
  • Rig, Advantages of a Uniform, 232
  • Royal Yacht, The New, 172
  • Russian Battleship Admiral Boutakoff, her Adventurous Career, 524,587
  • Another New, 135
  • Kniza Suwaroff, A New, 218
  • Poltava Leaves for the Far East, her Crew, 65, 462, 524, 547
  • Rotvisan Dj'.ayed, 32
  • Bogatyr, 419
  • Borodino Class, 565
  • Coast Defence Admiral Boutakoff, Altered Again, 587
  • Cruieer Boyarin, 388
  • Gromovoi, 462, 547
  • Nakimoff, Change in her Rig, 32
  • Normand Boilers Adopted for, 261
  • to be Built on the Black Sja, 610
  • Ironclad Sevastopol, Defect in her Armour, 261; her Crew, 521; her Destination, 462, 489, 547
  • to bo Constructed at Nico- laieff, 524
  • Under Orders for China, 388, 462
  • Kniaz Potemkin Tavitchky, 419
  • Pacific Squadron, Composition of the, 624
  • Pallada Design, Changes in the, 419, 547
  • Torpedo Cruiser Novik, 261, 419
  • Destroyers Ossetr, Kefal, and Losses, 524
  • Ruthven, Mr. I. R , on the Value of Heredity in Naval Engineers, 641
  • Seagull out for Trials, 610
  • Shields, Gun, 462
  • Ships Mobilised this Year, and Ships Fitted for Wireless Telegraphy, 32
  • Skipjack, The Speed of, 337
  • Sloops (Twin-screws), Two New, to be Laid Down at Sheerness, 369
  • Spain, Removal of Foremasts, 565
  • Spartiate, Trials, 489, 524, 610
  • Speed of Warships, Le Yacht upon the, 322
  • Stokers in the Italian Navy, 172
  • Sultan to be Used as a Depót Ship for Torpedoes at the Manoeuvres, 32
  • Swedish Torpedo Cruiser Psilander, Official Trial of, 193
  • Temperley Transporters in Government Colliers, Who is Responsible for the, 135
  • Tranporters to have the Special Tomperley Engine, 65
  • Thornycroft Boilers, The Proserpine, 641
  • Destroyer, Items re the Newest, 118
  • Destroyers have Large Exposed R-.dders, The Newer, 65
  • Torpedo Boats Sent to the Mediterranean, 287
  • Boats, Sunk, 232
  • Flotilla Commissioned for the Man¬oeuvres, 18
  • Turbine Destroyers for the Japanese Navy, 18
  • Turkish Fleets, “ Oversights,” 462
  • Uniform Rig, Advantages of a, 232
  • United States Battleships of the New Jersey Type, Designs for the New,
  • Cruisers, The New, 261, 419
  • Cruisers, Reconstruction of, 232
  • The Now York, What is the Length of her Belt, 419
  • Submarines, Names of the New, 218, 322
  • Vindictive, Fuel Burned in a Week by the, 91
  • Viper, a 35
  • Kuotter, The, 232
  • «i i. her Machinery Opened, 419
  • Warrior and Ruby, Fate of the, 888, 442
  • Water-tube Boiler Commission, The, (442)
  • Whitehead “Cup Team,” The Naval, 18
  • Winches, Power of, 193
  • Wireless Telegraphy for the British Navy, The Marconi System adopted, 218
  • The Jackson System v. the Marconi, 135
  • Ships Fitted with, 32, 883, 641
  • DONKIN, Mr. Bryar., on an Improved Glass Re¬vealer for Studying Condensation in Steam Engine Cylinders, 410, 423, 447, 477
  • Doran and Taggart’s Engine Indicator, 510
  • Dowlais Ironworks, Acquisition of, and Amalgamation with the Patent Nut and Bolt Com¬ply, (33)
  • Drainage System Wanted at Valparaiso, (213)
  • Drainage of the Western Volleys, Wales, (611)
  • Drawing Curves of Motion, Crowden’s Apparatus for, 334
  • Dredging on the Lower Dniepor, (114)
  • Dredging, Suction, Port of Ostend, 194
  • Dredgers, Hydraulic, for New York, (400)
  • Drill, Flue, Mr. J. Pollock, 446
  • Nancy Eleotric Rock, 562
  • Pneumatic, Whitelaw’s Patent, 446
  • Radial, Mr. Rogers MoGown, 476
  • Drilling Attachment, Flange, J. Pollock and Co., 662
  • Drilling Machine, Sculfort et Fockedey (xi. Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Smith and Coventry, Limited, 189
  • Boiler Flue, 65, 620
  • Drilling Machine, Radial, Bouhey (iii., Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Radial, Chouanard (iv., v., Sup¬plement, November 23rd, 19C0)
  • Driving Belt, A Balata, (467)
  • Dundee Advertiser, Second Century of Publication, (544)
  • Dynamos—see Elootric
  • Dynamometer Car, A New, Prof. L. P. Brecken¬ridge, 60S

E

  • EARLY Birds in Reality Cold Stored? Are not the, (253)
  • Eirthquake, Bangor, (114)
  • Education and Trade, 639
  • Elder, Mrs., her Gift to the Borongh of Govan, (416)

Electric:

  • Alternators and Engines for Sheffield, (467)
  • Alternator for the Frankfort Corporation, Brown-Boveri-Parsons Syndicate, (87)
  • Alternator, 8000 Horse-power, Helios Actiën Gesellschaft, Paris Exhibition, 158, 159 Appliances for Use on Farms, A Bavarian Company, (519)
  • Cable, German-American, New York to the Azores, (114), (137)
  • Coal-cutting Plant, (163)
  • Coil, A Giant, (137)
  • Combination Integrating Watt Meter and Maxi¬mum Demand Indicator, Mr. T. Barker, 272
  • Cranes, Brakes for, 538
  • Cranes on the North-East Coast, The First, (160)
  • Dynamo, Direct-current, Electriciliits Actiën Gesellschaft (formerly Lahmeyer), Paris Exhibition, 468
  • High-speed, Laurence Scott and Co., Limited, 472, 473
  • at the Paris Exhibition, The Large, Prof. S. Thomson on, 272
  • Slow-speed Steam, 183
  • Earth Returns, 622
  • Electrolytic Copper, Gold, and Silver Refineries in the United States, (611)
  • Engineering, Prof. John Perry on, 494, 522, 627, 551
  • Foreign and English, 183
  • at Paris Exhibitions, 34, 35, 36, 385, 458, 513, 562, 603
  • Works, Alloa, on the Forth, New, (467)
  • Engineers from the War, 616
  • Engines and Dynamos, Smit and Co., Wm., Paris Exhibition, 384
  • Foreign and English Practice in Electrio and Technical Industry, 381, 483, 557
  • Generating Plant at the Armour Meat Pack¬ing Establishment, Chicago, (239)
  • Galloway’s Limited, and Mather and Platt, Limited, Paris Exhibition, 88, 92
  • Leeds Tramway, 589, 592
  • Stations, Design and Location of, Mr. A. II. Gibbings, 272
  • Generator, 500 Horse-power, Nancy, Paris Ex¬hibition, 562, 567
  • Gramme Machines at the Paris Exhibition, 608
  • Hoists for the Navy, 134
  • Hydro-eleotric Industries in Spain, Increasing Number of, (11)
  • Indicating Ship’s Log, American, (213)
  • Industryin Germany, Capital Invested in, (114), (392)
  • and Technical Industry, Foreign and English Practice in, 183, 381,483
  • Locomotion, Mr. W. Langdon on, (550), 570, 572, 599, (615), 620
  • Lorry, Electrically-propelled, (637)
  • Locomotives—sec Railway Locomotives Machine for Registering Compositions on the Piano, (253)
  • Machinery, Swiss Imports in, (544)
  • Oscillations and Electric Waves, Prof. J. A. Fleming, 570
  • Parsons, Steam Turbo Dynamos, 608
  • Plant for Gold Dredging, Victoria, Australia, (519)
  • Polyphase Alternator, Electricities Actiën Gesellschaft (formerly Lahmeyer), Paris Exhibition, 458, 459
  • Power Applied to Agricultural Work, (137)
  • Bills, 5, 30
  • Furnished by Waterfalls in Sweden, Utilisation of, for Railways, (223)
  • Gas, and Large Gas Engines for Central Stations, Mr. H. A. Humphry on, 6G9, 618
  • Plant, St. Lawrence, 576
  • Station, Bradford, (11)
  • Chimneys for, New York, (652), (591)
  • Economy obtainable in Large, Kansas City, (442)
  • Power Station, Manchester, Effect of a Thunderstorm at, (239)
  • Poplar, (365)
  • Power Station, Stockton, (637)
  • Syndicate, Yorkshire, (619)
  • Transmission, Los Angeles, (190)
  • by Shafting versus, 146, 173
  • Thury System of, Paris Exhibition, 513
  • in the Tyrol, Utilisation of a Waterfall, (611)
  • Printors’ Machinery, Holmes-Clatworthy, 41, 42, 528
  • Railways—w Railways, Electric Rhumkorp Coil, Tho Largest, (137)
  • Risk, Firo Insurance, 227
  • Rook Drill, Nanoy, Paris Exhibition, 562
  • Rotary Oil Pump. Mavor and Coulson's, 16
  • SanltSt. Marie, E ectro-Chemical Industry at, (239)
  • Steering Gear, An, (239)
  • Stoves for Cooking in New York Flats, (190)
  • Street Cars, House Removed by, (440)
  • Supply, Mr. W. A. Chamon on, (551)
  • Company and tho Vestry, The Metro¬politan, 397
  • Supply, Glasgow, Port Dundas Works, 269, 260, 261, 262, 266
  • Glasgow, St. Andrew's Cross Station, 316
  • Mains, 295, 299
  • Rathminee Works, 244, 245, 246
  • Schemes, Scotland, (213), (416)
  • Stations in Germany, Public, (190), (218)
  • Thury System of Transmission, Paris Exhibi¬tion, 513
  • Traction, Mr. Binyon on, (33)
  • Its Inllaeoco upon Magnetic Observa¬tions at Kew and Greenwich, Meet¬ing at the Board of Trade with reference to, (440)
  • Troubles in connection with the Cen¬tral London Railway, (544)
  • Tramcars, Life Guard for, Wilson and Bennett's, (851)
  • Vapour Preventer for Windows, 398
  • Works, Hackney, (416)
  • Morecombo, and Bare, (190)
  • Paisley, Mr. J. B. Whyte’s Report, (440)

Electric Light:

  • Ayr, (365)
  • Blackheath and Greenwioh Company's Central Station, 69, 60, 206, 207, 264
  • Boston, (416)
  • Crewe, (33)
  • Dublin, (20), (119)
  • Dudley, (376), (467)
  • Engine, Compound, Paris Exhibition, Robey and Co., Limited, 296, 237
  • Engineering, Foreign and English, Nos. I., II , III , 183, 381, 483
  • Incandescent Lamps, Wrede and Jangblatt, (213)
  • Installations, Faulty, Fires Caused by, The German Fire Insurance Companies and, (544)
  • Kansas City, Use of 200-Kilowatt Rotary Con¬verters as Alternating - current Generators, (416)
  • Lamps for Dogs in Portugal, (114)
  • Leeds, 190
  • Newport, Mon., (402)
  • New System of, 414
  • Oban, (440)
  • Manchester, Effoot of Tbundorstorm on, (239)
  • Poplar, (365)
  • for Railway Carriages, 30 Rome, Popularity of, (239)
  • St. Katharine’s Docks, (467)
  • Sheffield, (450), (467)
  • Shoreditch, Accounts of the Joint Electric Lighting and Refuse Destructor at, (491), 611
  • Stockton,(637)
  • Wolverhampton, (463)

Electricity:

  • Applied to Fox and Badger Hunting in Portugal, (114)
  • Cartridges Discharged by, (137)
  • v. Compressed Air as Motive Power for Street Railway, Berne, (213)
  • Generation and Dust Destruction Works, Bermondsey, (440)
  • Gloucester Supply Works, 93
  • Heating and Cookiug by, 518
  • Looms Worked by, St. Etienne, (213)
  • Mis-statements with Regard to, on the Under¬ground Railway, 570
  • Printing Machinery, Driving by, 41, 42, 628
  • Relative Advantages of Alternate and Continu¬ous Current for a General Supply of, (62)
  • Sawing and Cutting by, (591)
  • Use of, in Italy for Industrial Purposes, In¬creasing, (416)
  • Use of, in Mexico, (318)
  • Working Swing Bridges by, 373
  • Elevator, The Reno Inclined, 136
  • Empress Foundry, Manchester, 571, 674

Engineering; Engineers, Engines:

  • Engineering :—
  • Admiralty, 63, 264
  • Congress, Glasgow, 1901, International, 524
  • Consuls and, (113)
  • Electric, sec Electric
  • Electric, Professor John Porry on, 494, 522, 627, 561
  • Experience in Relation to, Mr. T. A. B. Carver on, (602)
  • Firms in the North, Amalgamation of Three Leading, 451
  • Laboratories at Liverpool, The Walker, (9)
  • Lighthouse, at the Paris Exhibition, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 138, 311, 858
  • Mechanical, English and American Methods, 215
  • Method and Organisation in, Mr. Wilson Hartnell, 403
  • at the Paris Exhibition, 34, 35, 86, 335, 458, 518
  • and Surveying, Act to Regulate the Practice of. in America, (11)
  • In Wales, Sir W. H. Preeoe, 602
  • Offices, American, 374
  • Engineers:
  • American, in Berlin, 109, 112
  • Consulting, 598
  • The, and the Economical Development of Manufactories, by W. Arnold, 223
  • English, Sent as Apprentices to Pittsburgh, (519)
  • Experiences of Tien-Tsin, An, 222
  • Mechanical, Training of, 293, 322, 34 0 343, 388, 413, 444, 474
  • Naval, Concessions to, 195
  • Naval, Value of Ilorodity in, (641)
  • and tho Trade Revival, American, 221
  • From the War, Electrie, (616)
  • What is a Civil, Mr. F. J. Rowan on, (571)
  • United States Navy, 469
  • Engines :
  • American Traction Trains for Russia, 313, 315
  • Auxiliary, in the Navy, (519)
  • BiiGrix Nicolet et Cio., 283
  • Borsig, (Supplement, July 20th, 1900), 60, 61,
  • Breakdo v: s, 320
  • Cail et Cie.’s, 106
  • Central Stations, On Power, Gas and Large Gas, Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 609, 618
  • Chemical Fire, 324
  • Compound Corliss, Mr. H. Bollinckx, 356, 357
  • Corliss, Paris Exhibition, 88, 92
  • Electric Light, Robey and Co., Paris Exhibition, 296, 297
  • and Horizontal, City and South London Railway, Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Limited, 346, 347, 348
  • Paris Exhibition, 88, 92,106, 107
  • Crépelle et Garauds, 106
  • Cylinders, Condensation in, Glass Revealer for Studying, Mr. B. Donkin on, 410
  • Proportions for Compound and Triple-expansion, 97
  • Eight coupled Mineral, Crewe, (650)
  • Ferranti, A Dynamo, 619
  • Frenoh Cruiser Kleber, Schneider and Co., C38, 641
  • Gas, 350
  • Horse-power, Crossley Bro3., Limited, 68
  • for Central Stations, Mr. H. A. Hum¬phrey on, 609, 618, 644
  • M. Hubert on their Superior Economy as Blowing Engines, (253)
  • Market for, in Greece, (62)
  • and Oil at the Paris Exhibition, 360,
  • 406. 487, 533, 549
  • (250 Ilorso-power) Premier Gas Engine Company, Limited, 493
  • and Valves of, 96
  • High-speed, Reavell and Co., Limited, 472, 474
  • High-speed, Wellington Foundry, Lincoln, 245
  • Horizontal Compound, Ganz and Lang (Sup¬plement, September 2X,th, 1900), 310
  • Horizontal Compound Condensing (300 Horse¬power, Socicti Alsacienne de Constructions Mccaniqnes, 429
  • Horizontal Compound Steam, Erste Brunner Maschinen Fabrik, Paris Exhibition, Aus¬trian Section, 536
  • Horizontal Cross Compound, Tramway, John Fowler and Co., Limited, 588, 589
  • Horizontal and Vortical, Escher, Wyss, and Co., Paris Exhibition, 583, 584, 585, 586
  • Indicator, The Doran and Taggart, 516
  • Mill, Swiss, for Moscow, (519)
  • Oil, for Motor Cars, The Woleeloy, 420, 421, 422
  • Naval, 160, 469, 495, 517, 545, 548, 573, 593, 593, 618, 644, 645
  • New Theory of the Steam, W. H. Northcott, 413
  • Portable, R. Wolf, Paris Exhibition, 79
  • Prime Movers at the Paris Exhibition (Sup¬plement, August 24th, 1900), 51, 52, 79, 106, 179, 536
  • Proportions of Model Steam, (195)
  • Pumping, Boston Waterworks, 302
  • Gwynne and Co., Uraga Dock, Japan, 438
  • Triple-expansion, An Economical, (425)
  • Room Artificers for the Navy, (508)
  • Room Instruction at Devonport, (507)
  • Semi-portable, Herr R. Wolf, 310
  • Steam, New Theory of, 367, 413
  • Steam, Fire, Mr. W. A. Ranch on its Origin, 436
  • 8.S. Canadian’s, 160
  • Straight-line, Letter from John E. Sweet, 499
  • Test of Steam, 241
  • Traction, Sapper Summoned at Salisbury for Driving, (213)
  • Triple-expansion, A. Borsig (Supplement, July 20th, 1900), 50, 51, 61
  • Triple-expansion Horizontal, Bromley Bros., Paris Exhibition (Supplement, November 16th, 1900), 483, 485
  • Triple and Quadruple-expansion, Compara¬tive Efficiency of, Mr. A. L. Mellanby,
  • Turbine Steam (Leader on), 417
  • Valves of Uas, 96
  • Valvee of Internal Combustion, Mr. J. D. Roots on, 49
  • Vertical Compound Condensing, 600 Horse-power, Sociétó Alsacienne de Constructione Mécaniques (Sup¬plement, November 2nd, 1900), 429, 431
  • Compound Surface Condensing, H.M. Dockyard, Chatham, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 69
  • Triple-expansion, 2500 Horse power (Supplement, Avgust 24 th, 1900), Vereinigte Maschinenf abn k Angsburg und Maschinenbau Gesell¬schaft, Nürnberg, 179
  • ENGLISH Relations with Italy, 141
  • Entrenched Positions, The Attack of, 165
  • Erratom, Mr. Robt. Boby in Mistake for William Boby, (570)

Exhibitions:

  • Browers’, (390), 412
  • Bnilding Trades, An Interesting Feature of, (619)
  • Cycle Shows, The Stanley Club’s, and the National, 547
  • Dairy, 1900, 373, 445
  • Engineering and Shipbuilding, Models, Draw¬ings, Ac., Connected with, to be held at Glasgow, (365)
  • Essex Manufacturers’, (471)
  • Gas Appliances, at tho Royal Aquarium, (602)
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, The Scotch, Conversazione, (365), 497
  • Naval and Military, at the Crystal Palace, (365)
  • Pan-American, in Buffalo, 1901, (491), (622)
  • Paris—see Paris
  • Petersburg, Railway, (239)
  • Russian Industries in Riga, (195)
  • EXPLOSIONS, Boiler, Select Committee on, 90
  • Fly-wheel, (62)
  • At the Great Central Railway Com¬pany’s Gaswjrks, Sheffield, (67) —see alio Ac idon'.o

Explosives and Ammunition:

  • Aerial Torpedoes, 67
  • Cartridges Discharged by an Electric Spark. (137)
  • Export of, to China Prohibited by Government, (190)
  • Gun-cotton Stores Struck by Lightning, (190)
  • Report on, 86
  • Smokeless Powder for the United States Army and Navy, (291)
  • Substitute for Dynamite and Smokeless Powder, the Discharge of which is Effected by Elec¬tricity, (137)
  • Whitehead Torpedo Fired for a Test, (87)

F

  • FACTORIES Started in Hungary, 1899, (187)
  • Factory Inspector as Advertising Agent, The, 195
  • Falmouth, Drainage Schemes for, (114)
  • Falmouth Water Supply, (318), (416)
  • Fan Efficiency, 388, 413, 411, 498, 549, 573, 599, 619
  • Fellows' Gear Shaper, 201
  • Ferguson Fire-kindler, The, (69)
  • Ferro-silicon, G. G. Blackwell, Sons, and Co.’s
  • Production of High-percentage, (508)
  • Fibrolenm Prepared from Cuttings of Skin, (163)
  • Filtration, Mr. Jas. Mansergh on, 462, 470
  • Fire-boxes on Locomotives, Causes of Rapid Wear and Tear of, 630
  • Fires—sre under Accidents Fire Engine, Chemical, 324
  • Prevention Committee, British, Winter Pro¬gramme, 414
  • Engine, Origin of the Steam, 436
  • Engines, Motors for, (467)
  • Hose, 253
  • Kindler, The Ferguson, (69)
  • Insurance and E'ectrical Risk, 227 at the Oldbury Carriage Works, (114)
  • Tests, 95
  • FiriDg with Coal Dust, Freitag’s Method of, 100 Fine Drilling Machino, Boiler, 65 Flying Machine, Zeppelin’s, (87)
  • Fly-wheels, Mr. Archibald Sharp on, 436
  • Efficiency of, I 13
  • Explosions and Advantages of Wood- rimmed Wheels, Mr. C. H. Manning on, (62)
  • Foreign and English Practice, 381, 483, 557
  • Foreign Competition in Tools, &c., Trust Formed in Westphalia to Fight, (163)
  • Forge, Portable, Mr. J. Bauer, 301
  • Forges et Fonderie9 de Hautmont, Machine Tools (Supplement, November 23rd, 1900) Forges de VulcaD, Paris, Chouanard, Machine Tools (Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Forman, Mr. Jas. Richardson, 39
  • Foster and Co., Limited, Wm., Wellington Foundry, 245
  • Foundry, Lincoln, Wm. Foster and Co., Limited, 245
  • Manchester, The Empress, 571, 574
  • Free Trade as Opposed to Fair Trade, Ruinous Effect of, (304)
  • Frenoh Marine, The, 37
  • Scheme for Exploiting the Kent Coalfield, 87, 137
  • Friction of Wire Rope on Pulleys, 445
  • Fruit from Jamaica, (490)
  • Fuchsine, The Coal-tar Derivative, Origin of the Name, (416)
  • Fuel Gases, Notes on, 355
  • Liquid, 374
  • Mr. Edwin L. L. Orde on, 575
  • Natural Gas, An Ideal, (253)
  • Oil for the Thames Fire Brigade Steamer, (508)
  • Peat, (253)
  • Question in Sweden, 205
  • Fullers’ Earth, Florida, (163)
  • Furnace, Complete Combustion, American, 552
  • Mouth-drilling Machine, Mr. J. Pollock, 446
  • out of Blast, (467)

G

  • GAINSBOROUGH New Bering for Water, (23)
  • Galatz, Timber Tade of, (416)
  • Ganz et Cie., Budapest, Machine Tools (Supple¬ment, November 23«t, 1900)

Gas:

  • Acetylene, Bavaria, for Lighting Factories and Railway Stations, (291)
  • Buenos Ayres, (508)
  • Calcutta, (516)
  • Congress, Dusseldorf, 372
  • EUerbek, 414
  • Flame, Temperature of, (467)
  • Generators, 36, 223
  • in Germany, (163), (255), 491, 581, (037)
  • St. Michael's, 321, 364
  • Headlights for Locomotives, United States, (519)
  • Illuminating Power of, (239)
  • Liqnefaotion of, (591)
  • Maximum Temperature of Flame, (289)
  • New Purifying Material in the making of, (62)
  • Mr. E. L. Nichols on the Efficiency of, (611)
  • Apparatus to Purify Chimney Gases, (163)
  • Burners, Sngg’e, on Southwark Bridge, (519)
  • Coal, Illuminating Power of Incandescent, 526
  • Explosion, Great Central Railway Company’s Gasworks, Sheffield, (87)
  • Fuel, Notes on, 355
  • Glasgow and Incandescent, (345)
  • Holders at the Birmingham Gasworks (Supple¬ment, December 21s/, 1900), 561, 563, 607, 628, 629
  • Hygienic Value of, 192
  • Illuminating, from Sewage Sludge, 445, 517, 673
  • Incandescent, Sir F. Mappin on tho Advantages of, 268
  • Industry in Manchester and Salford District, Sir Wm. H. Bailey on, 277)
  • Lighting, High-pressure Incandescent, 397
  • Incandescent Mantle, Serious Trouble with, (637)
  • Liquid Carbonic Acid, Manufacture of, in Wiirtemberg, (491)
  • Motors in Greece, Market for, (62)
  • Natural, American Manufacturers, (253)
  • Decrease in the Fuel Value of, (191)
  • Oil, for Lighting Trains, 324
  • Southport, 361
  • Price of, in Loudon, (33), 65, 471
  • Smelting by Water, 153
  • Supply of the Metropolis, Nos. I., II., 2, 25, (33)
  • Water, Blast Furnace Smelting by, 153
  • Proposal to Lay Down Plant for Pro¬duction of, at Darlington, and Rate¬payers’ Opposition, (491)
  • Use of, in Manchester, (163)
  • West Bromwich New Plant, 225
  • Welsbach Burners from Gasworks, New System of Working, (392)
  • Wood, Petersburg, South Australia, to be Lighted by, (392)
  • Works, Boston, 313
  • Works, Viaduct, Nottingham, 218
  • GATHMANN Aiirial Torpedo Gun, 191
  • Gauge, Micrometer Wire, 220
  • Gear-cutting Machines, Bevel Gear Cutters, Bouhey (iii., Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Machinery, Bevel Gear Cutter, Monnerot (ix., x. Figs. 23, 24 Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Machines, Bevel Gear Shaper, Colmant (viii., Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Machinery, Gear Miller, Colmant (viii., Fig. 10, Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Machinery, Helical and Straight Gear Miller, Bouhey (ii., Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Gear Shaper, Fellow, 204
  • Geological Survey. The United States, 197
  • German Customs Dnes, Revision of, 165
  • Gebrauchsmu8ter, can an Englishman hold a Valid, 364 . 388, 518
  • Imperial Post and Telegraph Administra¬tion, Receipts of, (239)
  • Import to Italy, (544)
  • Treaty, Proposed New, 546
  • Girder, The Braced, in Building Construction, 622
  • CounterbraciDg, 80
  • Depth of, 153
  • Old, 408
  • Weighing 70
  • Tons, Lifting of a, (443)
  • Glasgow, City Refuse Collection and Disposal, (293)
  • Facilities for Technical Education, 369
  • Lectures Descriptive of Corporation Schemes, (491)
  • Water Supply, 531
  • Glass, Mr. J. G. H., Coalfields and Iron Ore Deposits of Shansi and Honan, 329
  • Glass Revealer for Studying Condensation in Steam Engine Cylinders, Mr. Bryan Donkin, 410, 423, 447, 477
  • Gold Coinage Produced at the Royal Mint, (46)
  • Dredging, New Zealand, (478)
  • in Finmarken, Discovery of, (213)
  • in the Leao-Tong Peninsular, (114)
  • and Platinum, Rural District, (591)
  • Production, Corea, (637)
  • Japanese, 192
  • New South Walep, for August and October, (253), (467)
  • Russia, (637)
  • Victoria, (591)
  • West Australia, (213)
  • Goschen, Mr., 321
  • at Bay, on the Question of the Terrible and the Hermes, 13
  • His Memorandum on Water-tube Boilers, 64, 70, (73)
  • Graphite and Asphalte, Cuba, (137)
  • in Bavaria and Ceylon, (163)
  • as a Boiler Scale Preventative (349)
  • Greenock, Public Library for, Mr. A. Carnegie’s Gift, (291)
  • Greenwell, Mr. Goo. C., (467)
  • Greenwich Timo in Spain and the Balearic Islands, (163)
  • Grinding Machine, Kendall and Gent, 236
  • Guatemala, National Revenue of, (163)
  • Gutta-percha, Substitute for, (163)

H

  • HAESLER Pneumatic Tools, 446
  • Hammer and Oliver Combined, Steam, J. C. Nicholson Tool Company, 95
  • Tire, B. and S. Massey, 300

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Algerian Harbours, Improvement of, (137)
  • Antwerp Harbour Works, (187)
  • Baltic and Black Sea Canal. 322
  • Baltic and North Sea Canal, 55
  • Beira, Improvement of the Port, (384)
  • Bilbao and Zsebrugge, Jetty Construction at, 434
  • Bristol, 55, 206. 416, 418
  • Bristol Channel Ports to Birmingham, Improve¬ment of the Waterway from, (562), (554), (637)
  • Budaposth, Proposed Commercial Harbour near, Canal Hanlage, 433
  • Central American Ship Canals (Supplement, October 2&th, 1900), 405, 455, 464, 465, 509, 520, 560, 605, (611), 627
  • Ceylon, Extension, Expenditure, (190)
  • Channel Ports, Statistics showing Prosperity of, (124)
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, 434
  • Dantzig, (611)
  • Danube and Rhino, Improvement of the Water Communication between, (137)
  • Devizes Look, Kennet and Avon Canal, 550, 673, 699
  • Dover Harbour, Commissioners’ Prospective Outlay (491)
  • Dovor Harbour. Portable Salvage Plant for, 671
  • Freemantle Harbour, Australia, 55
  • Galveston, 434
  • German, 362
  • Goole, 295, 433
  • Grand Junction Canal, 55
  • Kherson to be made a Port for Ocean Steamed, (114)
  • Kiel, New Harbour Projected, (293)
  • Leeds and Liverpool Canal, (11), 55
  • Llanelly, (402), (426), 433, (554)
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 33, 239,253, 322, (410) 591
  • Mersey, The, 206
  • Mersey, Aunual Report on the State of the, (11)
  • New York Harbour Improvements, 162
  • New York Harbour, Shipping Piers in, 143
  • North Sea and Baltic Canal, 55
  • Ouse, The, 55
  • Panama Canal, Plan of (Supplement, October 26M, 1900), 405, 455, 464, 46a, 509, 520, (611)
  • Remarkable Old Waterway, A, 550, 573, 599
  • Rosario, Harbour Works, Projected, (365)
  • ScbeveniDg, (519)
  • Simons Bay, New Port and Dry Dock at, (163)
  • Swansea, 206, (491)
  • Sydney, Harbour Trust for tho Wharves in, (400)
  • Thames, Tho, 433
  • Vladivostok, (467)
  • Welsh Coast, Projected Harbour on the, (150)
  • Windau, Harbour Improvements at, (112) Workington Dock, 206
  • see also Canals
  • HARROWING, Mr. Robert, (304)
  • Hartman Pig Iron-casting Machine, 622
  • Haskinised Timber, Experiments with on Indian State Railway, (239)
  • llasselmann, Mr. Fritz, Wood Preservative, 108
  • Hawick, Public Library and Reading Room, Mr. A. Carnegie’s Gift, (392)
  • Head, Wrightson, and Co., Limited, Increase their Capital, (22)
  • Healey, Mr. B. D., on the Disposal of Town Refuse, 192
  • Ilealoy, Sewage Scheme, (190)
  • Heating and Cooking by Electricity, (518)
  • Hoating of Railway Carriages, 103
  • Henderson, Mr. John M., (440)
  • Heng8t's Sii-juloria Bronza, 426
  • Herbert, Limited, Alfred, Machine Toole (Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Herscbmann, Mr. Arthur, on the Automobile Wagon for Heavy Duty, 96
  • Hey wood, Refuse Destructor Buildings and Plant, (291)
  • Higb-pressures for Killing Bacteria, Experiments at the West Virginia Agricultural Experi¬mental Station, 504
  • High Temperatures, New Method of Producing, Mr. E. Lange on, 308
  • Holmes-Clatworthy System Electrically-driven Printers’ Machinery, 41
  • Holmfirth Sewerage Schemes, (467)
  • Hose Armour, (619)
  • Hotel near Waterloo Railway Station, Ereotion of an American, (265)
  • Housing of the Working Classes, Conference, (82)
  • Hughes Gold Medal, The, (163)
  • Humphrey, Mr. H. A., On Power, Gas, and Large Gas Engines for Central Stations, 609, 618, 644
  • Hungary, 1899, Factories Started in, (137)
  • Hungary, Workmen’s Accident Insurance Scheme, 137
  • Hunt, Mr. R. W , Iron and Steel Rails in America, 5, 40
  • Huntington, Mr. Collis P., 168
  • Husson’s Acetylene Generator, 223
  • Hydraulic Embankment between Brooklyn and Rockaway Beacb, (400)
  • “ Hydraulicians,” (508)

I

  • ICE-IlANDLING Machinery, American, 552
  • Ice-making Plants, Production of Distilled Water for, 647
  • India-rubber Export from Brazil, (163)
  • Exports from Frenoh Guinea, (637)
  • Goods, Specifications for, 511
  • Pern, (637)
  • Indian Ink, 212
  • Indicator, The Mclnnes-Dobbie, 502
  • Indicator, Engine, The Doran and Taggart, 516
  • Indigo Production in Java, (163)
  • Ingham, Mr., On Detection of Waste in the Water Supply of Towns, 498, 500
  • Inspection Chamber Cover, Mr. John Jones, (338)

Institute, Cyole Engineers’:

  • Steel in Cycle Construction, Mr. D. Flather, (16)

Institute of Engineers, South Wales:

  • Drums and Pulleys, Discussion on the Relative Positions of, (74)
  • Pumping at the Elliott Collieries, Mr. Hann on Deep, (74)

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Presidential Address of Sir Wm. Roberts- Austen, 285, 301.325
  • Aluminium in Carbon in Cast Iron, Influence of, Messrs. Melland and Waldron, 308
  • American Standard Specifications and Methods of Testing Iron and Steel, Mr. A. L. Colby, 308
  • Autumn Meeting, Paris, Programme of Open¬ing and Address of the President, 146, (254), 285, 301
  • Excursions to Ilayange, St. Chamond, 831
  • High Temperaturos, New Methods of Produc¬ing, Mr. E. F. Lange, 308
  • Iron Industry in France, 1888 to 1898, Mr. II. Pinget, 285
  • and Phosphorus, Mr. Stead, 286
  • and Steel at the Universal Exhibition,
  • Mr. II. Bauerman, 286, 376, 423, 448
  • Papers taken as Road, 309
  • Rolling Mills, Suggestions for the Improvement of, Mr. Louis Katona, 308
  • Institute of Marine Engineers:
  • Heredity in Naval Engineers, On the Value of, Mr. J. R. Ruthven, (641)

Institute of Mining Engineers : American :

  • Signal Device for Mines, Mr. C. S. Herzig, 450
  • United States Geological Survey in Relation to the Mineral Resources of the Country, Mr. C. D. Walcott, 197

Institute, Sanitary :

  • Housing of the Working Classes, Conference to Consider, (82)

Institute of Sanitary Engineers :

  • Election of Members, 309
  • Institute: Staffordshire Iron and Steel:
  • Chemical Phenomena of Puddling, Lieut.-Col. L. Cubillo, (552)

Institute, Victoria:

  • Coal Reserves at the Close of tho Ninoteenth Century, Prof. Edward Hull on Our, 94

Institution, Blrkbeck:

  • Winter Session, Programmo, (287)

Institution, Chesterfield and Midland Counties :

  • Proposed Change of Name, (293)

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • Reception at the Guildhall, 31
  • Presidential Address by Mr. Mansergh cn Fil¬tration. 462, 470
  • Awards, (352)
  • Dock Oates, Mr. F. K. Peach, 589
  • Leader on, 470
  • Signalling on the Liverpool Overhead Railway, Mr. S. B. Cottrell, 621
  • Outlying Siding Connections, Mr. A. W. Szlumper, 621
  • the Waterloo and City Railway, Mr. A. W. Szlumper, 621

Institution of Civil Engineers: Glas¬gow Association of Students of:

  • Civil Engineer ? What is a, Mr. F. J. Rowan, (571)
  • Introductory Address, Prof. Arch. Barr, (571)

Institution of Draughtsmen, British Manchester Branch:

  • Excursion to Liverpool, (94)
  • Linotype Company's Works Visited, (26)

Institution of Electric Engineers:

  • Annual Dinner, (448)
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Prof. Jas. Perry, en E'eotrio Engineering, 494, 522, 527, 551
  • Circular respecting Grant to Students to Visit Paris Exhibition, (68)
  • First Meeting, 369
  • Invitation to Members of the American Institute and Arrangements for their Stay in London, (56)
  • Mono Railway from Liverpool to Manchester, Mr. Bahr on his Proposed, 617
  • Students’ Grants, (142)
  • Subject for Discussion at the Joint Meeting in Paris of the American and English Institu¬tions, (62)
  • Sunday Trip on the Thames, A Briton on the Proposed, 96
  • Supersession of the Steam by the Electric Locomotive, Mr. W. E. Langdon, 506, (550), 570, 572, 599, 615, 620

Institution of Electric Engineers, Glasgow Section:

  • Presidential Address of Lird Kelvin, 551
  • Electricity Supply, Mr. W. A. Cbamen, 551

Institution of Engineers, Cleveland :

  • Election of Mr. W. II. Panton as President, (451)

Institution of Engineers and Naval Architects, Hull and District:

  • Address of the Now Secretary, Mr. H. Dunkerley, 506

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, East Coast:

  • Stress Produced in a Connecting-rod by its Motion, Mr, C. H. Innos, (116)

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

  • President, Mr. llenry Withy, Elected, (440)
  • Liquid Fuel, Mr. E. L. Orde, 575

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders In Scotland:

  • Conversazione and Exhibition of Models and Drawings, (365), 497
  • Opening Meeting, (402)
  • Presidential Address of Dr. Robert Caird. 443, 524

Institution of Junior Engineers:

  • Annual General Meeting, 453
  • Bell, Sir Lowtbian, President, (402)
  • Metallurgy of Tin, Mr. J. H. Davy James, 621
  • Summer Excursion, (175)
  • Visit to tho AUhnsen Works of the United Alkali Company, 248
  • Durham College of Science, Engineer¬ing Department, 248
  • Eiswick Works, 248
  • the Generating Station of the Central Railway, Shepherd's Bush,
  • Newcastle and District Electric Light¬ing Company, 248
  • Sunderland Docks and Hylton Colliery, 248
  • Swan and Hunter’s Ship and Floating Dock-building Yards. 248
  • Tyne Improvement Commissioners’ Works, 248

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Condensation in Stoam Eagine Cylinders, Uoservation on an Improved Glass Revealor for Studying, Mr. B. Donkin, 410, 423, 447, 477
  • Ehotrio Traction, Polyphase, Prof. C. A. Carua-Wilzoa, 4
  • Electric Vehicles, Mr. J. S. Warner, 640
  • Error in Report, (514), (522), 550
  • First Monthly General Meeting, (352)
  • Locomotive Practice in France, Recent, M. Ed. San vage, 3
  • “Long Cecil" Described, 3
  • Power, Gas, and Large Gas Engines for Central Stations, Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 609, 618, 644
  • Railway Wagons, On the Capacity of, as Affecting the Cost of Transport, Mr. Twinberrow, 514, 522, (550)

Institution of Mining and Metal¬lurgy :

  • Appointment of Mr, C. M. Dermid as Secretary, 436

Iron:

  • Action of Free Carbonic Aoid in Water on, Herr 0. Kribnke, (87)
  • with Aluminium, Alloying Cast, 118
  • American, 577
  • Bengal Pig, (637)
  • Canadian, (226)
  • Conciliation Board, The Scotch Manufactured, (114)
  • in France, Production of Pig and Malleable, (554)
  • Industry in France, 1888 to 1898, M IL I’ingot, 285
  • of the United States, Great Depres- ion of, (62)
  • Magnetic Properties of, Increased by the Addition of Silioon to, (239)
  • Manufacture, Australian, 372
  • Manufactured, Sales during the Two Months ending October 31st, 1900, (553)
  • Ore Carrying on Lake Superior, Now Records made, 519, (637)
  • Deposits and Coalfields of Shansi and Honan, Mr. J. G. H. Glass, 329
  • Exports at Lule from Gellivara Mines, (564)
  • Output in Canada, Pig, (392)
  • Production in tho Bilbao District, (11)
  • and Phosphorus, Mr. Stead on, 286 Prices, May and June, 100
  • and the Glasgow Warrant Market, Mr. C. McLaren on, (11)
  • Production in the Ural District, (190)
  • and Steel, American Exports of Leading Articles of, (318)
  • American Imports of, (318)
  • American Standard Specifica¬tions and Methods of Testing, Mr. Albert Ludd Colby, 308
  • Goods from Amorica, (426)
  • Import Duties in Germany, The Question of, 165
  • Profits, 368
  • Swedish, (163)
  • Trade of the United States, 504
  • Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1900, 286, 376, 423, 448
  • Universal Exhibition, Mr. H.
  • Bauerman on, 286 Works at Port Talbot, New, (286)
  • Trade, The American Tariff and the, 38
  • Trades, Falling off in the Midland, (253)
  • IRONWORKS near Bolton, New, (190)
  • Ironworks, Vale of White Ilorso, Purchased by Lord Wantage, (253)
  • Italians Employed in Wiirtemberg, (491)
  • Italian Export to Germany, and German Import to Italy, (544)
  • Italy, English Relations with, 141

J

  • JAMES Watt Anniversary Lecture, Professor A. Gray On " The Tides.” (365)
  • Japan, Meteorology in, (141)
  • Japanese Gold, 192
  • Jarrow, The Grit Nuisance in Connection with the Palmer Company's Steel Works, (163)
  • Jeffcock, Mr. Thomas, 136
  • Jefferies, Mr. J. R., 278
  • Jenkins, Mr. A. J., On Waste of Water, Cost of Detection and Prevention, 43
  • Jetty Construction at Bilbao and Zeebrugge. 434
  • Joint-stock Companies in Russia, (40)
  • Jones, Mr. John, Inspection Chamber Cover. (338)

K

  • KENDALL and Gent, Machine Tools, 236, 237
  • Kershaw, Mr. J. B. C., On the Cost of Power by Steam, Water, and Gas, 219, 290
  • King, Dr. J. T., 666
  • Kites, Traction by, 193
  • Klinger and Co., Isolating Stoam Valve, 628
  • Kröbnke, Herr 0., On the Destructive Action on Iron of Free Carbonic Action in Water, (87)
  • Krupp's Modified Welin Breech Screw, 248
  • Krupp, Herr von, Title Conferred on, (440)

L

Labour Questions, Strikes, and Trade Disputes:

  • Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants
  • Support the North-Eastern Men's Demand for Advance in Wages, 378
  • Baglan Engineering Company’s Works, Wages Advance, (226)
  • Bjard of 'trade Labour Department, Sep¬tember and October-November Reports, (392), (494), (611)
  • Brassworkers’ Wages, (45), 116, 424
  • Burnley, Stoppage of Miners at, (190)
  • Charleroi Glass Workers, (305)
  • Chicago, Scarcity of Hands in, (253)
  • Coalownors’ Association and Miners’ Federa¬tion, Arrangement on the Wages Question between, 145, 149
  • Coal Strike, Fears of Another, (74)
  • in France, (491), (530)
  • at Resolven Cvlliery, (250)
  • TinJes Conciliation Bjard and the Scotch Miners, (121)
  • Colliers’ Wages, (145), (149)
  • Disputes in September, and Number of Work¬ people Involved, (392)
  • Dowlaie Colliers’ Strike, ICO
  • Duffrvn Works, Morriston, Advance Demanded, (’250)
  • Durham Miners’ Application for Advance in Wages, (137)
  • Emergency Signalmen and Objections of the Men, (491)
  • Employment Returns Issued by Trado Unions, (629)
  • Enginemen Connected with Northumberland Collieries, Advance of Wages Requested by, (H4), (124)
  • Erton Miners, Threatened Strike, (200)
  • Factories and Workshops, Report for 1899 of, (7)
  • Factory and Workshops Act, Section 40, to be Applied to Factories and Workshops in which Pens are Made, (87)
  • Federation Meetings, Pontypridd, ICO
  • Friction on the Taft' Vale Railway, (163), 194
  • Great Western, Midland, and London and North-Western Engine Drivers and Firemen, Meeting at Neath, (265)
  • Hamburg Dock Labourers’ Strike, (318)
  • Iron Plato Trado Society and Midland Counties Trade Federation, Operatives Ask for Ad¬vance, (249)
  • Ironworkors’ Wages, (318)
  • Labour Troubles, 262, 298, 322, 337, 373, 389, 412, 436, 466, 489, 525, 550, 566, 596, 610, 641
  • Law and Trades Unions, The, 523
  • Middlesbrough Dockers’ Dispute Ended, (124)
  • Miners’ Wages, (123), (121)
  • Minors’ Wages in South Wales, 559
  • National Free Labour Association, Arrange¬ments for the Employment of Militiamon,
  • 369
  • Newcastle Branch of tho Amalgamated Society of Engineers and the Advance of Wages Demand, (62)
  • Northumberland Colliery Mechanics, Wages Questions, (190)
  • Overtime Suspended on Account of the Heat, (62)
  • Pembroke Dockyard, Treasury Scheme for Compensation for Inquiry Accepted, (253), (293)
  • Penrhyn Slate Quarries Closed, (544)
  • Railway Conciliation Board, Proposed, 321
  • Employés Mooting at Neath, (265)
  • Labour, 242
  • and Other Strikes, 298, 340, (611)
  • Scottish Manufactured Iron Trade, Conciliation and Arbitration Board, Redaction in Wages, (544)
  • Sliding Scale Committee, Important Meeting, 12th November, (506)
  • Stevedores, Strike of, 100
  • Stoppage of Barrow Hematite Steel Works and
  • Damping Down of Askam Works, (467)
  • Strike of Guards, North-Eastern Railway, (611), (624)
  • and Lock-outs of 1899, 564
  • of Mineral Guards, Tyne Dock, (602), (624)
  • Suggestion for tho Prevention of, 340
  • Swansea Docks, Strike for One Halfpenny par Hour, (87)
  • Tuff Vale Railway Strike, 163, 194, 200, 238, 241
  • Tin-plato Trade Unions and the Search for New Markets, 14
  • Trade Disputes in November, (637)
  • Trade Unions in 1899, 617, 637
  • Unsteadiness of Workmen and its Results, Mr. I. Ward, of the Shipbuilding Firm of Wm. Denny and Bros., on the, (491)
  • Wages to bo Paid to the Steel Millmen at the Consett Works, (11)
  • Welsh Colliers’ Agitation, (124)
  • LANCASTER and Tonge, Limited, Method for Supporting the Piston-rod, 377 Langdon, Mr. W., on the Supersession of the Steam by the Electric Locomotive, (506), 550, 570, 572, 599, (615), 620
  • Larmor, Mr. Joseph, Presidential Address, 235, 243, 272
  • Lathe, Backing off Loewo (vii., viii., Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Backing off Roinecker (vi. Supplement, November 23rd, 1900, Figs. 17, 18, 19)
  • Brake, Domoor (ii., Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Crankshaft, Dean, Smith, and Grace (xiv., Fig. 28 and drawings, Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Horizontal, Boubey (iii., Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Horizontal, Société Alsacienne (iv., Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Screw-cutting, Demoor (i, Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Semi-automatic Turret, 620
  • Taper Screwing Attachment to, Herbert (xii., Figs. 26, 27, and Drawings, Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Three-spindle, 599
  • Three-spindle, Demoor (ii., Fig. 3, Supple¬ment, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Triplo-aotion Chucking, Broekie (xv., Sup¬plement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • for Turning Granite, 376
  • Turret, Sooiété Alsacionne (iv., Fig. 8, Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • 12in. Gap. Reinevker (vi., Fig. 11, Supple¬ment, November 23>d, 1900)
  • Wheel, Hautmont (xii., Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • Launch Machinery, Ardwiok Engineering Com¬pany, (73)
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 23, 40, 67. 101, 125 151, 169, 170, 201, 212, 251, 279, 305, 329,379, 403, 427, 453, 480, 507, 631, 655, 603 025, 661
  • Law, Mr. Ily., 321
  • Liw and Trades Unions, The, 523
  • Lead Industry of North Cardiganshire, Revival In, (74)

Leaders:

  • Admiralty Engineering, 63
  • Aerial Ships, 139
  • Aluminium and Copper, Future of, 166
  • Amorioan Armour Plate, 546
  • American Coal in Europe, 291
  • Shipbuilding Developments, 418
  • Steel Trade, The, 139
  • Tariff and the Iron Trade, The, 38
  • Attraction, 341
  • Automatic Stokers, 63
  • Boiler Explosions, Phenomena of, 496
  • at St. Helens, 615
  • Select Committee on, 90, 217
  • Bristol Quays, 418
  • Cheap Power, 38
  • Coal, American, in Europe, 294
  • Price of, 216
  • Trade Crisis, German, 268
  • Coaling Stations in the Hod Sea, German and Russian, 522
  • Colliery Wages and Profits in South Wales, 343
  • Copper Supplies, 394
  • Education and Trade, 639
  • Electric Earth Returns, 622
  • Locomotion, Mr. W. Langdon on, 670
  • Locomotives, 615
  • Supply Mains. 295
  • Engine Breakdowns, 320
  • Engines, Turbine Steam, 417
  • Engineers, Naval, 469, 495, 545, 593
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, 469, 495
  • English and American Methods, (Mechanical Engineering), 215
  • Entrenched Positions, Attack of, 165
  • French Marine, The, 37
  • French Naval Reforms, 521
  • Gas, Price of North London, 470
  • Gathmann Aerial Torpedo Gun, 191
  • German Coal Trado Crisis, The, 268
  • German Customs Duos, Revision of, 165
  • Goods Tralli3, Conduct of, (Largo Wagons in United States), 216
  • GoscheD, Mr., at Bay, 13
  • GoscheD, Mr., his Memorandum, 64, 89, 217
  • Inland Navigation in Germany, 14
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, 4/0
  • Iron and Steel Profits, 368
  • Locomotives, Compound, 294
  • Locomotive Explosion at Westerfield, 393
  • London Streets, 546
  • Loree, Mr. L. F., his History of the Goods Wagon and Freight Car, 216
  • Machinery of Fighting Ships, 115
  • Machinery, Manufacture of, 441
  • Matter, Modern Views of, 140
  • Mechanical Engineers. Training of, 293, 343
  • Mercier—and After, 616
  • Motor Care, 14
  • Naval Engineers, 469, 495, 645, 693
  • Engineers, United States, 469, 495
  • Officers and Warships, 640
  • Suggestions, 594
  • Navy, The, 441
  • North-British Railway Accident, The, 267
  • Penalties, 116
  • Picketting, Injunctions against, 241
  • Railway Labour, 242
  • Speeds, 191, 471
  • Unpunctuaiity, 319
  • Wagons, 522
  • Rille Ranges, The Provision of, 90
  • Science and the Manufacturer, 496 Screw Gauges, 319
  • Shipbuilding in America, Cost of, 594
  • Simplicity and Complication, 36S
  • Smoke, Prevention of, 639
  • Speed in tho Navy, 89
  • Steam Engine, Now Theory of the, 367
  • Steam Jackets Useful ? Are, 470
  • Tost of Stoam Engines, A, 241
  • United States Armour-plate Question, Tho 242
  • Competition, 418 Competition, Sir I, L. Bell on 569
  • Water Supply, A Question of, 394
  • Water-tube Boilers in Merchant Ships, 268

Sub-Leaders:

  • Admiralty Boiler Committee, Selection of Mr. J. Inglis, 217
  • Aluminium Patents, 523
  • American Bridge Work for the Uganda Rail¬way, 595
  • Railroad Construction, 116
  • Steel Ship Plates, Rejection of, 523
  • Anglo-German Cablegrams, 570
  • Atlantic Record, The, 269
  • Boilers, Belleville, 39, 442
  • Brassworkers' Wages,'116
  • British Association, The, 192
  • Machinery Abroad, 369
  • Railway Orders in the United States,
  • Sir H. Vincent on, 516, 565
  • Carnegie Projects, 344
  • Carnegie Steel for England, 321
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 845
  • Coal Bills, Railway Companies'. 166
  • Coalfield, Development of the Yorkshire, 64
  • Coal in India, English, 442
  • Price of, 141
  • Prices of Locomotive, 16
  • Trade with Hull Port, The, 166
  • Trade, Yorkshire, 419, 497, 694
  • Yorkshire Steam, end the Tuff Vale Strike, 217
  • Commercial Treaty with Germany, The New. 419
  • Copper, 295
  • Electricity on the Underground Railway, 670
  • Gas Lighting, Incandescent, 268
  • German Treaty, Proposed New, 546
  • German Shipbuilding Capabilities, 192
  • Glasgow’s Facilities for Technical EJueation, 369
  • Glasgow Tramways, 91
  • Goscben, Mr., 321
  • Japanese Gold, 192
  • Jubilee of the Submarine Cable, 217
  • Liw and Trade Unions, 623
  • Lengthening Vessels, 192
  • Locomotives, Cleaning, 442
  • London Water Supply, 497. 616
  • Machinery, Openings for, 344
  • Machinery Shipments, 39
  • Mechanical Flight, 192
  • Minos Drainage, 61
  • Portholes for Passenger Ships, E ilarged, 110
  • Railway Accident at Hind ley, 216
  • Coal Contracts, The, 570, 595
  • Companies' Coal Bil s, 166
  • Conciliation Board, Propo?ed, 821
  • Railway in the Balkans, 523
  • Speeds, 471
  • Russia, Northern Railway of, 623
  • Russia in the Red Sea, 623
  • Russian Navy, The, 395
  • St. Michael’s Acetyleno Installation, The, 321
  • Sultan’s Guns, The, 15
  • Telegraphic Communication with Southern and Eastern Asia, 395
  • Tin-plates, 497
  • Tin-plate Trade Unions and the Search for New Markets, 14
  • Tube Trade, The, 108
  • Turbine-propelled Channel Steamers, 91
  • United States Senate and the Nicaragua Canal, 616
  • Yorkshire Coa'owners and the Locomotive Con¬tracts, 570, 595
  • Yorkshire Coal Trade, The, 419, 497, 591
  • LEAN, Mr. Chas. Calculating the Curve of Equi¬librium or Line of Thrust in Arched Ribs, 110, 111
  • Lectures on Railway Management, (480)
  • Leeds Corporation, System of Collecting Tram Fares, (293)
  • Leeds Sewage, Treatment of, 232
  • Legal Intelligence:
  • The Crown v. A Bye-law Passed by a Local Authority, (213)
  • Whitehead v. Ramsden, Taylor, and Co. (Work¬man’s Property in his Invention), 121
  • Letters to the Editor:
  • Acetyleno Gas Generators, W. Doman, 36
  • Admiralty Engineering, Royal Navy, 261
  • Aürial Experiment, W. E. I., 96
  • Aürial Torpedoes, Lonis Gathmann, 67
  • Alloying Cast Iron with Aluminium, Wm. H. Siddle, 118
  • American Works Practice, Wm. C. Hogg, 415
  • Artistic Accuracy, Arthur Rigg, 499
  • Atlantic City Flyers, Crewe, 573
  • Belleville Boiler, Tho, A. R K. S., 86
  • Bevel-wheel Planers, John Richardson, 212
  • Blackheath and Greenwich Electric Generating Station, Reginald P. Wilson, 264
  • Boiler Explosions, J. C., 499
  • Boilers in the Navy, Soperintending Engineer, 67
  • British Exhibits at Paris, Wiilans and Robin¬son, Limited, 36
  • Trade and Manufacturers, Fair Trade, 118
  • Cement Testing, Chas. Lionel Smith, 162
  • Chevalet Detartariser, The, Wm. Boby, 217
  • Colliers’ Wages, F. B. Saunders, 145
  • Copper Supply, The World's, Reginald Enock, 364
  • Couplings, Autoratic Railway Wagon, T. A. Brockelbank, 415
  • Crank Shafts, Built, J. Brady, jun., 95
  • Dairy Show, 1900, Edw. C. Backbone, 415
  • Disulphurisation of Cok9, W. A. Jenkin, 322
  • Engines, Gas and Oil, at the Paris Exhibition, Edw. C. Blackstone, 549
  • Engine, The Straight Line, John E. Sweet, 499
  • Engineers, Consnliing, W. H. Thornbery, 598
  • English and American Railways, C. M. Wales, 619
  • English <•. American Tools, Francis H. Crittall, 549
  • Factory Inspector as Advertising Agent, The, Fred. Miller, 195
  • Fan Efficiency, Brattice, 388 ; W. A. Granger, 413, 498, 573, 619 ; P. W., 444, 549, 599, 619
  • Ferranti Engine and Dynamo, Test of a, N. Applebee, 619
  • Fly-wheels. Efficiency of, Volvox, 413
  • French Riilways, how they Impede the Deve¬lopment of the Country, Horus, 195
  • Gas from Sewage, W. Naylor, 517
  • Gas from Sludge, Elw. A. Harman, 573
  • German Gebrauchsmuster ! Can an Englishman
  • Hold a Valid, C. P. A., 388 ; Fell and James,
  • 518 ; H. it W. Pataky, 364
  • Goods Traffic, Conduct of, J. D. Twinberrow, 217
  • Great Eistorn Suburban Extensions, Snares- brook,388
  • Heating Railway Carriages, C. A. Brantsen, 212
  • II jpper Drodger, La Puissante, Walter Robt. Kinipple, 264 ; Walter Brown for William
  • Simon and Co., Ltd., 322
  • Illuminating Gas from Sewago Slnlge, Elw. A. II irman, 445
  • Iodian Ink, A. E. S , 212
  • Institution of Electric Engineers, A Briton, 96
  • Lithes, Three-spindle, C. P., 599
  • Levelling Staff, J. Gould, 619
  • Lsvelliog Staff, G. W. Hardman, 699
  • lzghting of St. Michael's, Thorn and Hoddlo Acetylene Company, Limited, 361
  • Locomotives, Cleaning, A Reader, £18
  • Locomotive Engines at the Paris Exhibition R. v. Helmholtz, 18
  • Licomotive Explosion at We3terficld, Loco. Boiler Maker, 413
  • Lubrication, Question in, Ocean Tramp, 445
  • Machine Tools, English and American, J. S. V. Bickford, 195
  • Machine Tools, English and American, Wm. B. Pinching, 247
  • Mechanical Engineers, Training of, J. S. V. Bickord, 474 ; T. H. B.,338 ; Catapult, 388 ; Employer, 340 ; A. M. I. M. E„ 444, 474; On¬looker, 340 ; Poppet Head, 322; Robert H. Smith, 444 ; C. E. Wolff, 413
  • Mint, A Year's Work at the, E. G. King, 217
  • Motor Trial, The 1000 Miles, Purchaser, 67
  • Nature of Matter, The, Q, 195
  • Naval Engineers, Chief Engineer, 573, 698, 615;
  • Djm Spiro Spero, 548; Engineer, 618 ; Fid- ley House, 517, 598 ; Fleet Engineer, 618
  • J. Holley, 598 ; Mercantile Chief, 518 ; Naval Eocumbranco, 548,654; Naval Engineer, 645; Ona of tho Naval Engioeors, 614 ; R.N., 548 ; Stand Bye, 644 ; Weary One, 673
  • New Zealand Coal, J. Watson, 145
  • Niclansje Boilers, G. do Grave Sells, 118
  • Niclausso Bailers, Wiilans and Robinson, Limi¬ted, 98, 145
  • North of Franco Riilway, Eloctric Arrange¬ment on, Safety, 445
  • Novik, The, John I. Thornycroft and Co., 519
  • Oil Gav Lighting, Eirly, W. B. Paley, 36-1
  • Patents in Pretoria, Eiw. Evans and Co., 573
  • Patents and Trade Marks in the Orange River Colony, Wm. H. Taylor, 310
  • Pitchometers, J. Leitch, 517
  • Pockot Calculator, Professor Smith’s, Ily. Lea, 1
  • 364; C. N. Pickworth, 388 ; Robt. H. Smith, 1 340 ; J. 11. Steward, 388, 517 ; Your Critic, 1 475 1
  • Portholes, A. A. C. Davies, 162
  • Power, Choap, John S. V. Bickford, 67
  • Prime Movers at the Paris Exhibition, Alf. Towler, 499
  • Proportions of Modol Steam Engines, Tho, Anxious, 195
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Jos. Bernays, £99
  • Rails, Acid v. Basic, Lowthian Bell, 413
  • Railway and Other Labour, W. E. Back, 298, 340
  • Railway Shareholders and Automatic Couplings, T. A. Brocklebank, 67
  • Railway Speeds, C. L., 322; Norman D. Macdonald, 261, 340 ; W. S. M., 388 ; Share¬holder, 361; Clement E. Stretton, 298 ; Jas Tylor, 322 ; Hy. Wool ford, 322
  • Repairing a Tail Shaft at Sea, C. E. Stromeyor,
  • Riekie Compound Locomotive. Henry V. Arun¬del, 118, 212 ; Radix, 118 ! John Riekie, 247 ;
  • J. D. Twinberrow, 96, 162, 264
  • Ships, Ancient and Modern, R. R., 212
  • Ship Resistance and the Stream Line Theory, Marston Niles, 114
  • Soaring Flight, Note on, lloratio S. Greenhough, 499
  • S earn Rollers, Upkeep of, Robt. Phillips, 413
  • Trap3, Geo. T. Pardoo, 145
  • Turbines, Alfred Cotton, 475
  • Turbines, Chas. A. Parsons, 444
  • Steel Riils, Life of, E. E. Russell Tratman, 195
  • Strikes, Suggestion for the Prevention of, R. D. Summerfield, 340
  • Submarine Boats, F. G. Towell, 247
  • Superheater and Separator, II. Cruse, 475
  • Supersession of the Steam by the Electric Locomotive, W. Langdon, 599
  • Target Book, The, Handy Man, 573
  • Toeodolites and their Failure, W. J., 599
  • Theory of the Steam Engine, A New, W. 11. Northcott, 413
  • Tramways, Cornelius E. Curdew, 162
  • Trial Data of H.M.S. Diadem, Robert Mansel, 145
  • Typhoid and Flies, Attilio Cerutti, 499
  • Valves of Gas Engines, G. Hives Dawson, 96
  • Valves of Gas Engines, J. D. Roots, 96
  • Ventilation of Drawing Offices, J. Stephen, 518
  • Ventilation and Heating, Alf. J. Allen, 559;
  • EIw. A. Ilarman, 645; Wm. Ingham, 444, 649 ; R Gordon Mackay, 619: J. A. McLaren, 573 ; Os. Wheeler, 549
  • Victoria Nyanza, General, R.E., 619
  • Wagon Couplings, J. L. Cridland, 518
  • Wagon Couplings, Safety, 573
  • Waste of Water and its Prevention, An Assist¬ant, 264; Distribution, 96, 145, 212 ; A. J. Jonkins, 162; W. de Normanville, 118; Superintendent, 414 ; H. S., 44,145
  • Water, Molecular Constitution of, Jas. C. Richardson, 599
  • Supply, Delta, 573; Distribution, 499, 549; B. A. W. E.,619; R.C. Fraio,
  • 549 ; R. Harding and Son, 499 ; R Gordon Mackay, 475 ; II. P. May-
  • bury, 517 ; R. R., 415
  • Waterway, An Old, Tyeth D. Bounsall, 573
  • Waterway, A Remarkablo Old, W. B. Paley, 599
  • Wire Rope on Pulleys, Friction of, T. R. K., 415
  • Wood Preservative, Now, M. do H. Duval, 14j
  • Letter’s from our own Correspon¬dents:
  • America, Engineering Notes from, 44, 72, 98, 122, 148, 174, 224, 278, 302, 326, 349, 376, 478, 501, 552, 576, 622
  • America, Notes from, 47, 74.101, 150,176, 200, 247, 279, 304, 403, 427, 452, 481, 606, 630, 554, 578, 625, 651
  • Australia, Notes from, 201, 400, 478, 555
  • England, North of, 21, 46, 73, 100, 121, 149, 175, 199, 225, 249, 277, 303, 328, 351, 377, 425, 451, 479, 505, 529, 553, 577, 601, 623, 650
  • Germany, 23. 47, 75, 101, 125, 151, 176, 201, 251, 279, 305. 329, 353. 379, 403, 426, 452, 480, 507, 530, 554, 579, 603, 624, 650
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birming¬ham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 21, 45, 72, 99, 122, 148, 174, 198, 225, 248, 277, 302, 327, 350, 376, 400, 424, 450, 478, 604, 528, 552, 577, 600, 623, 649
  • Japan, 45, 576
  • Lancashire, 21, 45, 73, 99, 122, 149, 174, 199, 225, 249, 277, 303, 327, 351, 377, 400. 424, 478, 504, 528, 552, 577, 601, 623, 649
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly
  • Trade Reports, 22, 44, 74, 100, 124, 151, 176, 200, 226, 278, 304, 328, 402, 426, 480, 506, 530, 554, 578, 802, 624
  • Scotland, 22, 46, 74, 124, 150, 176, 200, 226, 250, 278, 301, 352, 378, 402, 425, 451, 479, £03, 529, 553, 578, 602, 624, 650
  • Sheffield, 21, 45, 73, 99, 122, 149, 175, 199, 225, 249, 277, 303, 327, 351. 377. 401. 425, 479, 505, 529, 553, 577, 601, 623, 649
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 22, 46, 74, 100, 124, 150, 176, 200, 226, 250, 278, 304, 323, 352, 378, 402, 426, 452, 480, 603, 530, 554, 578, 602, 624, 650
  • LEVELLING Staff, 599, 619
  • Lewis Bolt, A, 398
  • Life guard for Electric Tramcars, Wilson and Bennett’s, (351)
  • Life-saving Appliances at the Paris Exhibition, 421
  • Light, Comparison of Qualities of Rays given off by Different Sources of, 172
  • Light, Velocity of, Determined by M. Perrotin, (544,
  • Lighthouse on the Bass Rock, Now, (285)
  • Engineering at the Paris Exhibition, 311
  • Lighthouse at Jenningtrea Point, Steel Frame, Lantern, L’ile Vierga, France, 131, 132, 135, 138
  • North Devon,'A New, (78)
  • Lighting, Early Oil Gas, 3G4
  • Lighting of St. Michael's, 361
  • Linotype Machines, (26)
  • Linz Basalt for Sea Walls, 146
  • Liquid Air, Glowing up Wrecks by Use of, (62)
  • Factory, Los Angeles, (190)
  • How to Obtain an Exact Idea as to, (416)
  • Mr. Carl Linde on the Uses and Pro¬duction of, (54)
  • Keeping, (33)
  • Fuel, 374
  • Literature:
  • N.B.—Figures in Brackets refer to Books Received and Short Notices.
  • Acetylene, Hand-book for the Student and Manufacturer, by Vivian B. L9wos, with 228
  • Illustrations, (134), 281
  • Air, Water, and Food, from a Sanitary Stand¬point, by Ellen H. Richards and Alpheus G. Woodman, (273), (315)
  • A’ternating Currents, Elements of, by Franklin and Williamson, 167
  • American Institute of Architects Quarterly Bulletin, April 1st to July 1st, 1900, Com¬piled and Edited by Glonn Brown, (295,
  • Astral Gravitation in Natural Phenomena, Essays in Illustration of the Action of, W. L. Jordan, (384)
  • Atlas, World-wide, of Modern Geography, Political and Physical, with Introduction by John S. Keltie, W. and A. K Johnson, (471)
  • Australian Municipal Pocket-book of Engineer¬ing for the Use of Laymen, Compiled by J. H. Cardew, (369)
  • Automobiles and Motor Cycles, Horseless Vehicles, by G. D. Iliscox, 315
  • l’Automobile sur Route, Manuel Théoriqne et Pratique de, by Gérard Lavergne, 315
  • Bacterial Treatment of Sewage, Hand-book for Councillors, Engineers, and Surveyors, by Geo. Thudihum, (15)
  • Banker, How to Choose Ycu-, Manual for Customers and Inventors, Henry Warren, (471)
  • Banker, How to Dual with Your, by Henry Warren, (15)
  • Board of Trade, Labour Department, Report by Mr. Wilson Fox, (217)
  • Board of Education, Report of the, 1899-1900, (558)
  • Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, and Mast¬makers, Practical Treatise for the Use of, I., J., and U. Haddon, (595)
  • Bouclier et les Me,bodes Nouvelles de Perce- ment des Souterrains, par René Philippe, (134), 407
  • Bridge-building, Hundred Years of German, by Georg C. Meh rtens, 281, 383
  • British Association of Waterworks Engineers, Transactions of, Vol. v., (58)
  • Building Construction and Drawing, by C. F. Mitchell, assisted by G. A. Mitchell, (295)
  • Calculus for Engineering Students, Elementary Treatise on the, by John Graham, (471)
  • Case-Law of the Workmen's Compensation Act, 1897, It. M. Minton-Stenhouse, (512)
  • Charleroi, Assoc, des Miiitres de Forges de, Rapport Général sur la Situation de l’lndus- trie Métallurgique en, 1899,
  • Chemins de Fer de l'Ouest, Matérie! et Trac¬tion : Notice sur le Materiel les Objets et les Dessins Presentés ?i l'Exposition Universelle de 1900, (134)
  • China and the Present Crisis, by Joseph Wal¬ton, 167
  • Coal Mining, Elementary Text book on, Robt. Peel, (558)
  • Coal Mining, Practical, Manual for Managers, Colliery Engineers, and others, by Geo. L. Kerr, (430)
  • Commutation, Theory of, C. C. Hawkins, (512)
  • Coppor, A Century of, Part II., Expansion of the Industry, Cost of Extraction, Uses of the Metal, Distribution of Ores, &c., Nicol Brown
  • and Chas. Corbett Turnbull, (558)
  • Cotton, Gen. Sir Arthur, his Life and Work, by his Daughter, Lady Hope, (471), 595
  • Cycle Engineers’ Institute, Proceedings of the, Vol. i, 1899, (15)
  • Douglass, Sir James Nicholas, Life of, by Thos. Williams, (134), 182
  • Dynamics, Troatise on Elementary : Dealing with Relative Motion Mainly in Two Dimen¬sions, H. A. Roberts, (595)
  • Eaux Potables et Industrielles, Recherche des, par Henri Boursault, 91
  • Electric Generators, by II. F. Parshall and H. M. Hobart (217)
  • Lighting and Traction Work in Opera¬tion or Projected in Great Britain and Ireland, Directory and S:atistics of, 1900-1901, Hazell, Watson, and Viney, Limited, (512)
  • Motors to Machine Driving, Applica¬tion of, by Androw Stewart, (168), (182)
  • Wiring Tables, by Perren Maycock, (408)
  • Electricity, The ABC of, Wm. H. Meadow- croft, (315)
  • Electricity and Magnetism, Elementary Ques¬tions, compiled by Magnus MacLean and E. W. Marchant. (369)
  • Employers’ Liability Act, 1880, and the Work¬men’s Compensation Acts, 1897 and 1900, Alf. H. Ruegg, (641) -•
  • Engines, Gas, Oil, and Air, A Text-book on, by Bryan Donkin, (295), 559
  • Engines, High-speed Steam, by W. Norris and Ben. U. Morgan, (217)
  • Engine and Machine Details, Sketches of, by Wallaco Bentley, (105)
  • E.agioo Tests, Embracing the Results of 100 Feed-water Tests and other Investigations on various kinds of Steam Engines, Geo. K. Barrus, (471)
  • Engineering and Architecture, Law of Opera¬tions Preliminary to Construction in, by J. Cassan Wait, (331)
  • Engineering, Cuemistry of the Materials of, Hand-book for Engineering Students, by A. Humboldt Sexton, (33-1)
  • Eigineors’ Gazette, Annual for 1901, (171)
  • Engineer Pocket-book for 1901, The Practical, (595,
  • Engineer Puckot-book, The Practical, for 1901, The Technical Publishing Company, Limited, H7J)
  • Every Man’s Own Lawyer, by A Barrister, (641)
  • Explosives, Twonty-fourth Annual Report of H.M.'s Inspectors of, for 1900, (58)
  • l’Exposition Universolle de 1900, Revue Tech¬nique de, par un Comité d’Ingenieurs, d'Architectes, de Professeurs et de Construc¬teurs, (471)
  • Farnham and its Surroundings, Written and Illustrated by Gordon Home, with Introduc¬tion by Edna Lyall, (105)
  • Field Work and Instruments, Arthur Thos. Walmisley, 512
  • Fighting Ships, all the World's, Cosmopolitan Naval Annual, by Fred T. Jane, (217)
  • Filtration of Pablie Water Supplies, by A’le Hazen, (59)
  • Flame, Electricity and the Camera; Man’ Progress from the First Kindliog of Fire to the Wireless Telegraphy and Photography of Colour, by Geo. lies, (408)
  • Fieet, Our, To-day, and its Development during the List Half-csntury, by Capt. S. Eirdley Wilmot, 217
  • Footpaths, their Maintenance, Construction, and Cost, by A. Taylor Allen, (182)
  • Foundry Practici, Modern, John Sharp, (471), 610
  • Fowler, Sir John, The Life of, by Thos. Mackay, (381)
  • Fowler’s Mechanical Engineers' Year-book for 1901, (558), (595)
  • French-English Military Technical Dictionary, No. 24, Part III., Palan Appendix, by Cornelius de Witt Wilcox, (295)
  • Gas Engine Construction : A Practical Treatise, by H. V. A. Parsell, jnn., and A. J. Weed, (105)
  • Gasworks Directory and Statistics, 1900 1, Hazell, Watson, and Viney, Limited, (512)
  • Haz all’s Annual for 1901: Cyclopedic Record
  • of Men and Topics of the Diy, (595)
  • Heat ? What is, and What is Electricity 1 Fred. Havenden, (535)
  • Horseless Vehicles, Automobiles, Motor Cycles —Operated by Steam, Hydrocarbon, Electric, and Pneumatic Motors, by G. D. Hiscox, (105)
  • House Drainage and Sanitary Fitments, by Gerard J. G. Jensen, (15)
  • Injectors: Their Theory, Construction, and Working, W. W. F. Pullen, (384)
  • Institution of Civil Eogineers, Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings, Vol. oxi., Part II., (168)
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings of. Vol. cxli., Session 1899- 1900, Part III., (369)
  • Institution of Civil E egineers, Excerpt Minntcs of Proceedings of,',Vol. exliii., Part IV., (595)
  • Inventor’s Adviser, or Every Min’s Own Patent Agent, by Reginald Hadden, (217)
  • Ions et l’Electrolyse, La Tnéorio de9, Aug. Ilollard, (512)
  • Iron and Steel, Stractura, : Text-book for Architects, Engineers, Builders, and Science Students, W. T. Twelvetrees, (558)
  • Land Surveying and Levelling, A. T. Walmis¬ley, (512)
  • Law and Practice Relating to Letters Patent for Inventions, by R. W. Wallace, (168)
  • Laws of Industrial Property and Copyright in the Library of the Post-office, Subject List of, (641)
  • Liwyers and their Clients, Practical Guide for the Latter, (595)
  • Lead Storage Battery : History, Theory, Con¬struction, and Use, Desmond G. Fitzgerald, (408), (535)
  • Lean's Royal Navy List, No. 91 (58)
  • Locomotive of To-day, The, (383)
  • Lubrication and Lubricants, by Leonard Arch¬butt and R. Mountfort Daeley, 430
  • Macdonald’s English Dictionary and Gazetteer, 1900 Edition, (91)
  • Magnetic Induction in Iron and other Metals, by J. A. Ewing, 217
  • Magnetism and Electricity, Preliminary Prac¬tical, by John Henderson, (345)
  • Mathematical, Drawing, and Measuring Instru¬ments: Construction, Uses, Qualities, &e., by W. F. Stanley, (273)
  • Mechanical Traction in War for Road Trans¬port, Lieut.-Col. Olfried Layriz, Translated by R. B. Marston, (512)
  • Mechanical World, The Pocket Diary and Year-book for 1901, Emmott and Co., (408)
  • Mechanics, Prinoiple3 of, Elementary Exposi¬tion for Students of Physics, Fred. Slate, Part I., (595)
  • Mechanics of Solids, Elementary, by W. T. A. Eueptage, (339)
  • Men of Note in Finance and Commerce, Edited by H. Bassstt, with which is incorporated Men of Offioe, Biographical Business Direc¬tory, (369)
  • “Melbourne Argus,”Tables of the Australasian Mails for 1901, (641)
  • Metal Plate Work, Practical, Edited by Paul N. Hasluck, (273)
  • Mines of the Transvaal, H. R. Mabson, 91
  • Motor Vehicles and Motors, their Design, Con¬struction and Working by Steam, Oil, and Electricity, by W. Worby Beaumont, (369)
  • Natural Philosophy, Exercises in, with Indi¬cations how to Answer them, Magnus Maolean, (471)
  • Navy Department for 1893, Annual Reports of the, Report of the Secretary of the Navy, (471)
  • Newspaper List, Handy, C. and E. Layten, (105)
  • Norfolk Waterways, Guide to the Navigable Waterways of the Norfolk Broad Distriot, by H. R. de Salis, (15)
  • Optical Tables and Data fortheUse of Opticians, Silvanus P. Thompson, (471)
  • Over the Alps on a Bicycle, by Elizabeth Rebins Pennell, (168)
  • Paper Making, Text-book of, by C. F. Cross and E J. Bevan, (295)
  • Patent Law, Law and Practice Relating to Letters Patent for Invuntim, by Reger Wallace and John Brace Williamson, 407
  • Patents for Inventions, Epitome of the Law anti Practice connected with, together with a Re¬print of the Patent Acts of 1883, 1885, 1886, by Jame3 and .1. 11. Johnson, (273)
  • Pavements and Paving Materials, Street, by O. W. Tillson and Wiloy and Sons, (881)
  • Penrose’s Piotorial Annual: The Process Year¬book, 1900, 559
  • Periodical Literature, Contents, Subject Index to, A. Cotgreave, (558)
  • Periyar Project, History of the, compiled by A. T. Mackenzie, (273), 471
  • Plague, Climatic Conditions necessary for the Propagation and Spread of, by Baldwin Latham, (273)
  • Pocket Companion, containing Useful Informa¬tion and Tables appertaining to the Use of Steel, as Manufactured by Carnegie Steel Company, by F. II. Kindi, (182)
  • Ports Modernos, Les, parC. de Cordemoy, (381)
  • Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century, Edw. W. Byen, (471), (512)
  • Pumping Machinery, Ily. Davoy, 534
  • Pumping Machinery, Principles, Construction, and Application of, by Hy. Davey, (295)
  • Pomps and Pumping Machinery, by Fred. Colyer, ^535)
  • Railed Roads: Manual for Local Boards, Dis¬trict Officers, &c., intended chiefly for the Madras Presidency, F. J. E. Spring, (471)
  • Railroad Construction, Theory and Praotice : Text book for tho Use of Students in Colleges and Technical Schools, by Walker Loring Webb, 104
  • Railway Congress, Bill etin of the Internal, Vol. xiv., No. 5, (58)
  • Railway Diary and Official Directory, 1901, (595)
  • Railway Officials, Universal Directory of, 1900, Compiled by S. R. Blundstone, (105)
  • Railway Runs in Three Continents, J. T. Burton-Alexander, (595)
  • Reclamation of Lands from Tidal Waters, by Alexander Beazeley, 58
  • Rivetage des Charpontes Métalliques des Navires et des Chaudióres, Traités Thóurique et Pratique du, G. Maugas, (595)
  • Road Making and Maintenance: Practical Treatise for Engineers, Surveyors, &a., by Thos. Aitken, (430)
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Journal of the, Third Series, Vol. xi., Part II. No. 42, 30th Juno, 1900, (15)
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Journal of, Vol. xi., Part III. No. 43, (345)
  • Royal Navy List Diary and Naval Hand-book for 1901, (535)
  • Royal United Service Institution, Vol. xliv., 91 Sob iffbautechnischen G esellschaf t J ahrbuch der,
  • Erster Band, 168
  • Soa Story, a Century of our. Walter Jeffery, with Portrait of Nelson, (512)
  • Sowageand the Bacterial PuriÜcation of Sewage, by Sam Rideal, (15), 58
  • Sowage, Bacterial Treatment of, by Geo. Thudichum, (15)
  • Sewerage Engineer's Note-book, The, Albert Wollheim, (471)
  • Ships, Ancient and Modern, Part I., Wooden Sailing Ships, by Geo. C. V. Holmes, (168),
  • South Africa, Should I Succeed in, by a Suc¬cessful Colonist, (345)
  • Standard Piece Rates of Wages and Sliding Scales in the United Kingdom, Report on, (134)
  • Steam Engine Indicator, by Carl H. Peabody,
  • Steel Bridges, Specification for (Taken from "De Pontibus”), I. A. L. Waddell, (641)
  • Steel Rails through Use on Railways, Report of the Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to Inquire into the Lots of Strength in, 26
  • Stresses and Strains, their Calculation and that of their Resistances, by Formula; and Graphic Methods, Fred. Rich. Farrow, (471), 535
  • Structural Iron and Steel, Text-book for Archi¬tects, Engineers, Builders, and Science Stu¬dents, W. N. Twelvetree», (471)
  • Surveying with the Tacheometer, Practical Manual for the Use of Civil and Military Engineers and Surveyors, by Neil Kennedy, (105)
  • "Target Bjok,” No. I, France, 535
  • Tea Machinery and Tea Factories, by A. I. Wallis Taylor, (15)
  • Technical Words and Phrases, Eiglish-French and French-English Dictionary, J. A. Stand¬ring and C. A. Thimm, (512)
  • Technological Examinations, Programme of, Examinations Department, Exhibition-road, (182)
  • Thermodynamik, Technische, Von D. Gustav Fenner, (408)
  • Typographic Surveying, Including Geographic, Exploratory, and Military Mapping, by Her¬bert M. Wilson, 167
  • Tramways, Omnibuses, and Eleotric Railways, Duncan’s Manual of, (168)
  • United States Naval Institute, Proceedings of, (58)
  • Useful Arts and Handicrafts, Vol. ii., Edited by II. S. Ward, (471)
  • Useful Arts and Handicrafts, Planned by Chas. Godfrey Leland, (408)
  • Wages and Hours of Labour in the United Kingdom in 1899, Report on ChaDgos in Rates of, with Statistical Tables, Eyre and Spottiswoode. (369)
  • Wages in the United Kingdom in 1900, with Comparative Tables, Report on the Standard Time Rates of, Eyre and Spottiswoode, (346)
  • Waterworks Directory and Statistics, 1900, Re¬vised to August, 1903, Gasworks Directory and Statistics, 1900-1901, Revised to August, 1900,(471)
  • Waterworks Distribution: Practical Guide to tho Laying out of System) of Distributing Mains for Supply of Water to Cities and Towns, J. A. McPherson, (535,
  • Week-ends in Dickens' Land, Bijen Hand book for the Cyclist and Rambler, (512)
  • Who’s Who ? 1901, Annual Biographical Dic¬tionary, (641)
  • Workshop Mathematics, in Two Parts, by Frank Castle, (295)
  • Yachtsman, Manual Pratique du, (384) Year-book of the Scientific ant Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, Compiled from Official Sources, (15)
  • LIVERPOOL Water Supply, 69
  • Locks, High-lift Canal, 105
  • Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives Lodge, Dr. O., Modern Views of Mattor, 140
  • Loewe and Co.’s Works, Berlin, Backing-off
  • Lathe (Supplement, November 23rd, 1900, viii.), 82, 83. 109, 112
  • London, Port of, The Administration of, (544)
  • London Streets, 546
  • Streets, Cleansing and Scavenging of, (11)
  • Water Supply (253), (365), (467), 475, 497, 499, 517, 616
  • Water Supply and Sewage Treatment, (365)
  • Longridge, Captain C. C., Blast Furnace Smelt¬ing by Water Gas, 153
  • Lorry, Electrically-propelled, (637)
  • Los Angeles, Boiler Capacity in, (190)
  • Low Moor and Bowling Works, Dispute os to which Started First, (318)
  • Lubrication, Question in, 445
  • Lugansk and the Hartmann Machine Company’s Locomotive Works, 8,9, 10,12

M

  • MACHINE Shops, Construction of, Mr. E. K. Clark on, 290
  • Tools, Combined Steam Hammer and Oliver, 95
  • Continental and British (Supplement, November 23rd, 1900)
  • English v. American, 195, 217, 549
  • Paris Exhibition, 188, 187 188, 189
  • Machinery, British, Abroad, 369
  • of Fighting Ships, The, 103, 115
  • into Russia viA Riga, Import of, (190)
  • Manufacture of, 441 Openings for, 344
  • Shipments, 39
  • Machine Tools (Supplement, November 23rJ, 1900):—
  • Backed-off Cutter, Reinecker, vii., viii., Fig. 16
  • Bolt-turniog Machine, Domoor, ii., Fig. 4
  • Drill and Toot Grinder, Domoor, ii.
  • Hsadstock Section, Socié 6 Alsacienne, iv., Fig. 9
  • Headstock Lathe, Dean, Smith, and Grace, xiv., xv.
  • Headstock Section, Roinecker, vi., 12 Hob, Reinecker, vi., 11
  • Reversing Motion, Sculfort and Fockedey, xi., Diagram
  • Vertical Turret, Sccióté Alsacienne, iv., 10
  • Withdrawing Device, Demoor, i.,
  • Diagram Withdrawing Device, Loewe, vii.
  • Worm-wheel Hobbing Machine, Reinecker, vi., 13, 15
  • Mclanes-Dobbie Indicator, The, 502
  • Maclean, Sir Andrew, 517
  • Magnetic Field of Electric Tramways, Prof. A. W. Rucker on the, 641
  • Magnetic Observations, Regulations with Refer¬ence to the Effect of Electric Traction on, (440)
  • Magnifying Glasses for the Navy, (491)
  • Main at Cole Brook, Bursting of a, (163)
  • Mallock, Mr. A., On the Measurement of the Tractive Force, &c., of Trains, 323
  • Manchester Corporation, Project for Buying a Coal Mine to Supply the Gasworks with Fuel, (253)
  • Municipal Contract Scandal, (478) Sewage Disposal. (62), (217)
  • Water Supply, (33)
  • Mansel, Robt., Mechanical Theory of Steamship Propulsion, 179
  • Mansergh, Mr. Jas., Presidential Address on the Filtration of Water, 462, 471

Maps:

  • Central American Isthmus, 405
  • New York, Watersheds near, 460
  • Nicaragua Canal, Map of the Proposed Route 605
  • Panama Canal (Supplement, October 26M, 1900)
  • Siberia and North China, 119
  • Uganda Railway, 336
  • MARCONI’S Wirelesi Telegraphic Apparatus on View at the Essex Exhibition, (508)
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Company Apparatus, Completed for the Admiralty, (03/)
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph System, The Jack- son System v., 135
  • Marine Notes, Amorican, (302)
  • Marloid, a Substitute for Celluloid, (163)
  • Mathematics, Professor Perry on the Teaching of, 151
  • Mather and Platt, Limited, The Ridgway Dis¬tributor, an Aid to Sewage Purification, 601
  • Matthews, Mr. Thos., New Works at Pendleton Salford, (P23)
  • Matter, Mod9rn Views of, 140
  • Matter, Nature of, 195
  • Mixim, Mr. Hiram, On Mechanical Flight. 192
  • Mechanical Flight, 192
  • Mechanical Theory of Steamship Propuls’on. bv Robt. Mansel, 179 f > ï
  • Melville, Rear-Admiral G. W., Machinery of the United States Navy Armoured Cruisers, 103,
  • Mercier—and After, 616
  • Mersey, Annual Report on the State of the,
  • Metals, D.ffusion of, by Pressure, (624)
  • and Metal (roods Imported into Chris¬tiania in 1899, (163)
  • and Minerals in Cuba, (137)
  • Meteorology in Japan, (111)
  • Metric System, Adoption of, by the British 140^0r Absolutely InlLpensablo,
  • Metrical System of Weigh's and Measures to be Introduced in Russia, (467)
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, The, 397
  • Metropolitan Water Supply, Water Supply Mica in Gorman East Africa, Discovery of, (508)
  • Micromotor Wire Gauge, 220
  • Milling Machine, Smith and Coventry, Limited, 189
  • Radial Drill and Vertical, [Forriijn Sii/i/ilt iiiiiil Noefiiiliir 23rd, 1990), 237
  • Mill, Bar Rolling, (340)
  • Mills, Rolling. Suggestions for their Improvement, Mr. Lcuis Eaton», 308
  • Milton Forge and Engineering Company, Limited, (200)
  • Mineral Oil in Algeria, (137)
  • Oil Production in India, (637)
  • Products of New South Woles, Value of, (163)
  • Products of the United Spates, 617
  • Resources of the United States, 197
  • Mineralogical Returns, New South Wales, (508)
  • Miners' Federation of Great Britain, Annual Con¬ference, (402)
  • Miners’ Provident Society, Quarterly Report, 278
  • Mines Drainage, 64
  • Mines, Signal Device for, 450
  • Mining in Algeria, (137)
  • Mining in Cornwall, A Revival of, Meeting to Consider, (611)
  • in Cuba, (137)
  • Department at Bangor University College, Proposed, (426)
  • History, Landmark in American, (114)
  • Machinery in Chile, Demand for, (213)
  • Mint, A Year’s Work at the, 209, 247
  • Morgan, Mr. David, 39
  • Morton, Mr. Andrew Home, A Miller Prize Awarded to, (213)
  • Motor Vehicles:
  • Accidents to, (265), (318)
  • Autocars Declared for Taxation in Franca, (318)
  • Automobile Club of Great Britain, Trials of, Organised by, 360, 462
  • Club’s Tria’s and Projected Run from Paris to Berlin, (4), 31, (410), (489)
  • in the French Army, (137)
  • Industry in the United States and in France (416)
  • Wagon for Heavy Duty. Arthur Herschmann, 96, 120, 121, 147
  • Automobilism up to Date, Mr. Shrapnel Smith, (617)
  • Bicycle, A New, 547
  • Capol’s Motor Carriage, 113
  • Carriage Propelled by Liquid Air, (611)
  • Cars as Tramway Feeders, 436
  • Congress in Paris, 58
  • Decauville Carriages at the Crystal Paiac 3,
  • Peformances of, (508)
  • Discussion on Professor Hele-S'aaw’s, Paper on, 14
  • Dust Cart, Tenders Invited for a, (440)
  • Electric, Card of Electric Stations in France where Electro-mobiles can be Charged, (416)
  • Electrically-propelled, Capacity of Batteii.sfor, (637)
  • Engineering Works, Pueblo, California. Motor Vehicle for Conveying Workmen to, (392)
  • Familiarisation of Horses with, (26)
  • Furious Driving at Bournemouth, Drivers Summoned, (213)
  • Furious Driving, M. Caron Sentenced, (114)
  • Heavy, Superiority of French, (416)
  • Henriod, Trial with, (440)
  • Highway for, in America, Projected, (11)
  • Imported into this Country, (265)
  • Lancashire Steam Motor Company’s Steam Wagon, Coke Fuel, (33)
  • Locomobile, Four-seated Carriage, 476
  • Locomobile of Importance for the Spirit In¬dustry, A Gorman, (318)
  • Manufacture in Paris in Five Years, (318)
  • Motors, Mr. J. S. Warner on, (540)
  • for Fire Engines, (467)
  • for Street Watering and Dust Removal, Mr. E. Shrapnell Smith on, 276
  • Wagons, Kent Fruit Growers’ Associa¬tion and, (519)
  • Mowing Machine, Paris Exhibition, (239)
  • Munich Streets, Consular Report on the Auto¬car Traffic, (114), (440)
  • Oil Engine for, 420
  • Operated by Explosion Engines in America, Master Patent which Covers all, (33)
  • Panhard-Levassor Motor Carriage, 39
  • Paris Exhibition, 54, 58, 130, 229, 253
  • Paris Trials of Heavy, 389 Petroleum Cans for, (265)
  • Petroleum, Spirit, and Alcohol, Relative Values of, as Motive Agent for, (440)
  • Rome, Opening for Eoglisli-mide, (239)
  • Speed Regulations under Consideration, (11)
  • Steam Car Driven by M. L. Serpollet, The Prince of Wales’ Trip on. (318)
  • Carriage, Offered to the United Stat03 War Dopartment, (637)
  • Motor Carriage, American, 476
  • Truck for the Adams Express Company, 120, 121
  • Stuttgart, for Street Traffic, (544)
  • Tbornycroft’s Steam Tipping Wagon, 31 1000-mites Trial, 67
  • Tires to the Steering Wheels, Importance of Securing the, (416)
  • Trials of Electric, Organised by the Auto¬mobile Club of Great Britain, 462
  • Triiyoles. Improvement in, by the De Dion Firm, (440)
  • for War Purposes in France, (291)
  • Wolseley Car, The, 421
  • MUMMY Cloth and tho Manchester Buyer, (114)
  • Munich Sewers, The, (137)

N

  • NAILS, Cut, (4)
  • Nails, Vulcanite or Ebonite, (87)
  • Natal, Trado Statistics, (544)
  • Naval Architecture, yUsthotic Principles of 307 429 455
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 21, 82, 56, 118, 176, 194, 251, 287, 313. 315, 369, 395, 436, 466, 506, 541, 590, 633
  • Engineers, 195, 251, 469, 495, 517, 645, 548, 573, 593, 598, 618, 644, 645
  • Admiralty Scheme for Im¬proving Pay of. 251
  • Concessions to, 195
  • Officers, Instruction of Junior, 481 and Warships, 640
  • Suggestions, 594 Target Book, The, 573
  • Navy, The —sec Ships
  • Nevada, Gold Production in, (291)
  • Newport Sheet Ironworks of John Lysaght, Limited, 327
  • Newspapers and Periodicals Published in Paris, (190)
  • Nowspapers Printed in One Year throughout the World, (163)
  • New York, Population of, (190)
  • Now York Water Supply, 458
  • Niagara Falls Power Plant, Extension of, 326
  • Nickel Production, New Process, (213)
  • Nickel Steel for Locomotive Forgings, Employ¬ment of, (114)
  • Nickel Steel, Recaleseent Point of, (213)
  • Nile Irrigation Works, (611)
  • Nitrates, Chilian Exportation of, (137)
  • to Europe, Shipments of, (163)
  • O
  • Obituary:
  • Armstrong, Lord (with Portrait), 630
  • Armstrong, Prof. Goo. Fred, 523
  • Arthur, Mr. John Fred, (393)
  • Austen, Mr. Stanley, (304)
  • Bingham, Mr. Chas. Henry, (351)
  • Biroh, Mr. John Grant (with Portrait), (114), 116
  • Bown, Mr. Wm., (114)
  • Brown, Capt. Chas. Orde (with Portrait), 233
  • Buts, Marquis of, 362
  • Crossley, Mr. John, (393)
  • Davidson, Mr. Alfred, (191)
  • Dickeson, Sir Richard, (392)
  • Dickson, Mr. Goo. Workman, 4
  • Forman, Mr. Jas. It, 39
  • Greenwell, Mr. Geo. C.,(467)
  • Halliwell, Mr. J., (137)
  • Harris, Mr. Elw., (215,
  • Harrowing, Mr. ltobt., (304,
  • Henderson, Mr. John M., (140)
  • Huntington, Mr. Collis P., 168
  • Jeffcock, Mr. Thos., 136 (278)
  • Jespor, Mr. Chas., (519), (529), (602,
  • King, Dr. J. T., 566
  • Law, Mr. Hy., 321
  • Maclean, Sir Andrew, 517
  • Morgan, Mr. David, 39
  • Morgan, Mr. John (416)
  • Olander, Mr. Edmund, (436)
  • Ord, Mr. J. R.. (190)
  • Rowan, Mr. W. R. (with Portrait), 241
  • Sells, Mr. Chas, (with Portrait), 536
  • Smith, Mr. Hamilton. 65
  • Swan, Mr. John G., (650)
  • Vaughan, Mr. Thos., (578)
  • Wilson, Mr. Jas., 86
  • Wilson, Mr. W. J., (190,
  • OIL Deposits in Fietching Wells, (646)
  • Fuel for Fire Brigade Vessel on the Thames, (508)
  • Apparatus on s.s. Khodoung, Burmah, 614
  • Gas Lighting, 364
  • Lighting System in WUrtomberg, A New, 648
  • Production in California, (213)
  • Reduction in the Price of American Pale, (167)
  • Olandor, Mr. Edmund, (436)
  • Orde, Mr. E. L., On Liquid Fuel, 575
  • Ordnance:
  • American 16in. Gun, The New, 399
  • Artillery, Forty-two 4 7
  • Guns for the, Vickers,
  • Sons, and Maxim, (508). (577)
  • Disappearing Guns, in America, to be Replaced by Fixed Mountings, (392)
  • Dover, New 45
  • Calbrcs 9'2in. Coast, 442
  • Gathmann Aerial Torpedo Gun, 191
  • Kiangnan Arsena1, 7
  • " Long Cecil,” De Beera Company, 3
  • Machine Gun, Centrifugal Quick-firing, Mr. J. Judge. (291)
  • for the Household Cavalry, (33)
  • Paris Exhibition, 210, 282, 332
  • Quick-firing Siege Guns for China, 112
  • 6in.,at Sea, Notable Improvement in the Use of, (318)
  • Sultan’s Guns, The, 15
  • Supplied to England by a German Firm, (591)
  • Thunderer’s Disabled 29-Tcn, (491)
  • United States Navy, Trial of tne 40 Calib.-e 12in. ,(611)
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, 1900 1901. 2S2-285. (649)
  • Vickers’ Guns for the Mikasa, (225), 282
  • ORE-HANDLING Machinery, (4C0)
  • Overtime at the Royal SmaL-armi Factory, Sus¬pension of, (62)
  • Owens College, Manchester, Opening of New Physical Laboratory, (11)

P

  • PACIFIC Cable, Projected, (508)
  • I’acking of Merchandise for the Tropics, 194
  • Palmers’Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Limited Dividend for 1900, June 30th, 301 Palmers’ Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Orders Secured by, (226)
  • Panama Canal, 405, 455, 464, 465 Pap9r from Turf, (253)
  • from Waste Hulls of Cotton Seed, (514)
  • Used in Norway, (137)
  • Paris Exhibition:
  • Automobiles at, 51, 58, 130, 229, 251
  • Awards Bestowed, Number of, 255
  • Balance Sheet of, (611)
  • Bolgian Ssotion, Prime Movers, M. II. Bob linckx, 355
  • Borsig Locomotive with Schmidt'» Superheater (Supplement, September 7th, 1900), 238 British Exhibits at, 1, 36
  • British Visitors to, French View Concerning, (213)
  • Class 19, Names of the Members of the Jury in, 2
  • Crépelle et Uaraiid's Corliss Engines, 106
  • Cutting Steel at 150ft. per Minute, Bethlehem Steel Company, 212
  • Electric Engineering at, 34, 35, 36, 385, 458, 513, 562, 567, 008
  • Engineering at, Kolben 1000 Horse¬power Alternator, 34, 35, 36
  • Locomotive, Sociétó Suisse, Winter¬thur, 316, 317
  • Electricity Generating Plant, Galloways, Limi¬ted, and Mather and Platt, Limited, 38, 92
  • End of th*. 490, (491)
  • Engines, Bietrix Nioolet et Cie., 233
  • Borsig Triple-expansion (Supplement, July 20/A), 51, 62, 61
  • Compound, 88, 92, 106, 107, 151, 356 Corliss, M. H. Bollinckx, 356
  • Eleotric Light, Robey and Co., 296, 297
  • Gas and Oil, 360, 403, 487, 533, 549, (559)
  • Horizontal Compound and Vertical Compound, Socié.é Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques (Sup¬plement, Xoeemb.r 2nd, 1900), 429, 431
  • Horizontal and Vertical, Eicher, Wyes, and Co., 583, 584, 585, 586, 587
  • Hungarian State, 156 Portable, R. Wolf, 79
  • Werk-Nurnberg, Paris Exhibition
  • (Supplement, Avyust 24th, 1900), 179
  • Eaglinh Agricultural Engines, 1
  • Electric Manufactures, 1 Machine Tools, 1, 186,187
  • Mechanical Section, Steam Engines, Textile Industries, 1
  • Fire, Precaution against, 169
  • Free Day at, (467)
  • French Railway Employé/ Request to the Companies for Leave to Visit, (22)
  • Gear Shaper, Fellows', 204
  • Gramme Machines at, 608
  • Helios Exhibit, 3000 Horse-power Alternator, 158, 159
  • Iron and Steel at the, Prof. II. Bauerman on, 286, 376, 423, 448
  • Lessons of the, 399, 477, 590
  • Life-saving Appliances at, 421
  • Lighthouse, Engineering, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135,138,311,358
  • Lee emotive, Borsig, with Schmidt’s Super¬heater, Russian State Railway, (Supplement, September 7 th, 1900), 233
  • Electric, Société Suisse, Winter¬thur, 316, 317
  • Engine, with Auxiliary Driving Axle, Krauss and Co., 18
  • Exhibits at Vincennes, Mr. Rous- Marten (Supplement. December 7th, 1900), 256, 288, 557
  • Four - cylinder Compound, No. 26 II, MM. de Bousquet and de Glehn, Chemin de Fer du Nord (Supplement, December 7th, 1900), 567
  • Four - cylinder Compound, E. Railway of France (Supplements, July 6th and 13th, 1900), 2, 28, 29
  • Four-cylinder Compound, Signor II. Plancher, No. 3701, S. Railways of Italy (Supplements, October 6th and 19/A, 1100), 84, 333, 396, 432
  • Machine Tools, 1, 186, 187, 204, 236, 237
  • Machinery Pavilion Bought by Mather and Platt, (611)
  • Parsons’ Steam Turbo Dynamos, 608
  • Prime Movers (Supplement, September 28th, 1900), 51,52. 79, 106, 107, 154, 155, 156, 179, 234, 254, 310, 355, 429, 483, 499, 583
  • Société A'sacionne de Constructions Méca- niques, Horizontal and Vertical Compound Engines (Supplement, November 2nd, 1900), 429, 431
  • Secié é FranQaise de Constructions Mécaniques, Engine and Dynamo Coupled-direct, 106, 107
  • Statistics of Number of Visitors, (318)
  • Stme-dressing Machine, Brunton and Trier’s, 446
  • Thary System of E'.ectric Transmission, Chaux de Fonds and Lode, 513
  • Turbines, 80, 81, 254
  • Turbine with Hydraulic Relay Governor, Ganz and Co., 80, 81
  • War Material at, 210, 282, 332, 382 Wood working Machinery, 838, 339
  • PARIS Drainage and Water Supply, 682
  • Paris Water Supply, 83
  • Patent Act Amendment, Canadian, (114)
  • Liws, Inquiry at the Board of Trade,
  • Law? Practical Lectures on, 501
  • in Pretoria, 573

Patents, Selected American:

  • Air Compressors, E. M. L. Deval, 152
  • Air Compressor and Cooler, O. P. Ostergren, 626
  • Alarm for Boilers, Low-water, L. Meyer, 454
  • Apparatus for Taking and Reproducing Ani¬mated Scenes and Sounds, A. Baron, 608 Axe Sieve, T. Johnson, 280
  • Bearing for Centrifugal Machines, C. A. Mathey, 152
  • Bo Ier, N. P. Town, 428
  • Marine, H. Lawson, 48
  • Steam, C. W. Cox, 102
  • Steam, C. D. Mosher, 556
  • Bjsh-plate, Kerr and BrowD, 228
  • Bridge L'ft, F. La Pointe, 532 I
  • Briquettes for Testing Purposes, Making, 7. Miller, jun., 508
  • Patents, Selected American (continutd)'. Burner, Incandescent Vapour, L. S. Pfontz.
  • 24
  • Calcining Furnace, G. Hughes, 354
  • Carbon and Globe Holder for Arc Lamps, A. Holliger, 102
  • Carburettor for Petroleum or other Engines, A. and L. Lamicre, 404
  • Casting Apparatus, D. T. Croxton, 76
  • Chuck, Smith and Coventry, 652
  • Compressed Air, Ru-heatiDg, T. A. Edison, 604
  • Compressing Air, E. Gobho, 580
  • Cooling Means for, Explosive Engines, W. Rsa,
  • Corrugated Birs, W.'Maciejewski, 253, 280
  • Cupolas, A. Eidie, 152
  • Cutter Bars, Compound, Bradford and Ashton, 253
  • Cutting Gear Wheels, II. Bikram, 454
  • Disintegrating Machines, G. II. Pond, 280
  • Dredging Bucket, C. H. Smith, 401
  • Electric Furnace, A. II. Cowles, 652
  • Electric Furnace, H. Leleux, 330
  • Engine, Gas, Multiple cylinder, R. A. Fishbie, 482
  • High-speed, A. F. Scott, 76
  • Operating and Governing, C. Robinson, 454
  • Rotary, P. T. Perkins, 152
  • Starting Device, G. S. Strong, 102
  • Steam, E. H. Gollings, 380
  • Evaporating Apparatus, E. J. Duffe, 580
  • Excavator, O. Hetlesaeter, 48
  • I. P. Lambing, 228
  • Expansion Compensating Device for Steam Cylinders, E. König, 604
  • E (plosive Engine, C. R. Daellenbacb, 253
  • Feeding Comminuted Fuel to Locomotives, J. F. Hay, 532
  • Feed Rolls for Rolling Mills, D. D. Lewis, 3C6
  • Feed-wator Heater and Auxiliary Condenser, F. M. Wheeler, 126
  • Flanging Tubes, F. W. Barthels, 482
  • Flue Construction for Steam Carriages, R. C. Mudge, 626
  • Forgings, Handling, J. Lanz, 380
  • Fuel Supply of Engines, Regulating, R. Diesel, 280
  • Furnace, Calcium Carbide, Zimmermann and Prenner,‘152
  • Charging Apparatus, B’ast, J. Ken¬nedy, 76
  • Feeding, T. Morrison, 228 Ore-roasting, J. C. Teller, 76
  • Gear cutting Machine, J. Summer, 451
  • Hatchet, Metallic, J. R. Payson, jun., 428
  • Hydraulic Elevator, E. H. Evans, 354
  • Ingot Extracting, Morgan and Taylor. 482
  • Injector, Double-tube, E. J. Young, 24
  • Joints for Pipes, Flexible, A. Leitelt, jun., 252
  • Journal-box, P. Brown, 76
  • Key-seating Machine, A. D. Catlin, 428
  • Lamp, Spirit Incandescent, K. Lehmann, 152
  • Locomotive Engine, A. Mallet, 508
  • Mill, Cane, O. B. Stillman, 482
  • Mining Machine, A. Ochtinsky, 152
  • Motors, Gas or Petroleum, J. Rambaud, 306
  • Motor Vehicles, F. E. and G. O. Stanley, 556 ; Nut Locks, Marshall and Loucks, 451
  • Ordnance, Charging, Dawson and Horne, 252, 330
  • Ordnance, Supplying Charges to Turret or Bar¬bette Guns, Dawson and Horne, 626
  • Ore Crusher, T. Smith, 428
  • Packing and Puppet Valves for Air Compressor», <kc., M. Bulkley, 280
  • Paving Brick, A. C. Stich, 24
  • Peat, Treating, A. Rom, 626
  • Pig Ejector, White and Semple, 102
  • Piston Valves, W. Buckley, 306 ,
  • Pneumatic Hammer, C. H. Johnson, 401
  • Power Transmission, A. Lumis, 354
  • Projectiles for Ordnanco, II. S. Maxim, 76
  • Projectiles, Securing Caps to, O. Hartmann, Pump Ejector, C. A. Dryer, 48
  • Pumping Engine, C. L. Heisler, 354
  • Rail Chair or Support, G. F. Dewdney, 48
  • Ramming Chargers of Guns, Apparatus for, Dawson and Horne, 303
  • Reaming and Boring Tool, W. Cunningham, 202
  • R:frigerators, Storagoand Circulation Tank for, J. J. Bailey, 102
  • Riveting Machine, C. H. Johnson, 580
  • Shaping Metal Objects by Means of Fluid Pres¬sure, G. Huber, 102
  • Smoke Consumer and Steam Generator, Bishop and Hughes, 178
  • Steel, Open-hearth, Apparatus for Manufac¬turing, S. T. and C. II. Wellman, 21
  • Steam Turbine, Ring of Blades, Parsons, Stoney, and Fullagar, 428
  • Steel Producing, E. M. Johnson, 354
  • Stuffing-box for Ammonia Compressors, F. A. Fisher, 532
  • Suction Pipes for Dredges, Mouthpiece for, A. W. Robinson, 556
  • Tamping Inetrument, F. Sheppard, 202
  • Telegraphy, Wire or Space, I. Kitsee, 532
  • Threshing Machine, Thomas and Culdwell, 404
  • Tiles, F. Furness, 330
  • Tool for Cutting Mortises, I. Schurman, 126
  • Tool for Reaming out and Trimming Pipes, J. McDermott, 126
  • Track-sanding Device, J. H. Walters, 652
  • Truing Device for Crank Pins, I. Culver, 178
  • Twisting Woodon Rods into Rope Form, A. II. Ordway, 76
  • Valve, Balanced, II. Lentz, 178
  • for Explosion Motors, A. do Dion and G. Bouton, 24
  • Gear, G. B. Eddy, 680
  • Gear, Spring Tension Device for, L. G. Wulburn, 626
  • for Locomotives, Relief, S. M. Vauclain, 532
  • Steam-actuated, F. M. Metcalf, 76
  • Vice, V. J. McDonnell, 652
  • Water Gate, H. A. Icke, 556
  • Winch Head, S. Mattson, 306
  • Worm Gearing, C. M. Jones, 632
  • PATENTS and Trade Marks in the Orange River Colony, 340
  • Patent ? What is “ Infringement” of a, 92
  • Paterson, Mr. John, Testing Cement by the Modulus of Rupture for Transverse Strain, 127
  • Patriotic Counterblast, A, (614)
  • Paving Blook Sawing Machine. J. Pickles and Son, 17
  • Paving, New Wood for Street, 466
  • Peat v. Coal in Sweden, The Question of, 235
  • Peat Fuel, (137), 328, (467)
  • Penny Postage, New Zealand, (190)
  • Perpetual Motion, Australian Claims to have Discovered, (440)
  • Perry, Prof., on the Teaching of Mathematics, 151
  • Perry, Prof. John, Presidential Address on Elec¬trical Engineering, 494, 522, 527, 551 Petroleum in Algeria and Cuba, (137)
  • Deposits, Fletohing, (646)
  • Gasoline or Pentane, Proportion of Vapour of, which Air can Take Up, (519)
  • Industry, Roumanian, (392) in Norway and Sweden, No Local Re¬finery in Sweden, (519)
  • Phosphates Occurring in Algeria, (163)
  • Phosphoric Limestone as Substitute for Puddler's Tap, (425)
  • Photo-bacteria, Illumination by, (611)
  • Photography in Textile Designing, Use of, Prof. Beaumont, 290
  • Piccadilly, Widening of, (365)
  • Pier Construction, Steel, New York, 224
  • Kilindini, Uganda Railway, 342
  • Piers in New York Harbour, Shipping, 143
  • Pig Iron Casting Machine, The Hartman, 622
  • Production in tho United States, De¬crease of, (213)
  • Pipe Corrosion by the Earth, (318)
  • New Kind of Wooden, (591)
  • Piston-rod, Method for Supporting, 377
  • Pitchometers, J. Leitcb, 518
  • Planing Machines, Bouhey (iii. Supplement, November 23rd, 19C0) Sculfort et Fockedey (xi. Supplement, November 22rd, 1900)
  • Plano-milling Machine, Kendal and Gent, 236
  • Platinum in North America, 527
  • Ploughs, American, Prejudice for their Lightness overcome (410)
  • Double-disc for Cuba in Demand, (30)
  • Pneumatic Labour-saving Tools, 416
  • Riveting, Advantages and Disadvan¬tages of, (611)
  • Tools in Railway Shops, 566
  • Tube Systems for Mails, United States, (213)
  • Pocket Calculator, Prof. Smith’s, 321, 340, 361, 388, 475, 517
  • Pollock's Flue Drill, 446 Population of Berlin, (611)
  • Portholes for Passenger Ships, Enlarged, 110
  • Portland Cement Works,'Pennsylvania, (400)
  • Post-office Work for Year ended March 31st, 1900, (190)
  • Potato Machinery Wanted in Canada, (611)
  • Potatoes Planted and.Harvested by Machines in the United States,’(253)
  • Powder Magazines from Lightning, Protection of, (190)
  • Powell, Mr. C. T., Bolt Saddle, (10)
  • Power, Cheap, 38, 67
  • by Steam, Water, and Gas, Cost of, Mr. J. B. C. Kershaw, 269, 290
  • Proece, Sir W. H., On Engineering in Wales, 502
  • Preservative, New Wood, 108, 145
  • Press for Striking Gold Medals, 142, 143
  • Prime Movers at the Paris Exhibition, 151, 155, 156
  • Printers’ Machinery, Electrically-driven, 41
  • Printing Presses, Electrically-driven, 41, 42, 528
  • Propellers, Cap Nut Block for, (33)
  • Protection of Industrial Propeity, (559)
  • Puddlers’ Tap, Substitute for, (425)
  • Puddling, Chemical Phenomena of, Lieut.-Col. L. Cubillo on, (552)
  • Pulleys, Friction of Wire Rope on, 445
  • Pulley, Test cf a Belt, 504
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, 599
  • Electric Rotary Oil, Mavor and Coulson, 16
  • New Type of, Ashley's Patent, 587
  • Rotary, American, 224
  • in Smyrna, American Preferred, (33)
  • Pumping Machinery, South Staffordshire Mines Drainage Commissioners, 377
  • Plant, Dry Dock, San Francisco, 326
  • Q
  • QUEDRACHO Wood, The Most Profitable in Paraguay, (291)
  • Questions for Students, A Few, 295
  • Quicksilver, Great Falling-cff in the World’s Supply, (253)

R

  • RADIAL Drill', see Drills and Drilling
  • Railway:
  • Railway Accidents:
  • Amberswood Junction, (87), 314
  • Caledonian, Anderston Cross Station, (213)
  • Caledonian Railway, Motherwell Station, (38)
  • Central London Railway, First Fatal Accident, 365
  • Choisy-le-Roi, (491)
  • City and South London Railway, Breaking Down of the Armaturo of tha Locomotive, (190)
  • Deaths and Iojuries while Coupling and Un¬coupling Vehicles during the First Three Months of 1900, (416)
  • Great Eastern, Locomotive Explosion at Westerfield, 893
  • Northern at King's Cross, Fire in the Goods Yard, (239)
  • Northern, Knebworth Station, Collision, (239)
  • Western, Caused by a Bull, (87)
  • Western Engine, Lagging the Boiler of a, Catches Fire, 365
  • Greenock, Inch Green, near, Col. Yorke’s Re¬port, 365
  • Hindley, near Wigan, 146, 216
  • Illinois Central, Train Robbed, (137)
  • India, Caused by Wind, (62)
  • Indian Railwayp, 1899, (318)
  • Japan, Hokuyetsu Line, Oil-bnrning Locomo¬tive on Fire, (45)
  • Kent House Station, near Penge, (190)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, near Brighouse, (514)
  • Lancaster and Yorkshire Railway, near Sand¬hills, Report to Board of Trade, (525)
  • Lancaster Station, Gradient South of, (544)
  • Locomotive Boiler Explosion, Westerlield, 314, 411, 413
  • London, Brighton, and South Ccast, near Battersea Station. (190)
  • London and North-Western. Amberswood .Junc¬tion and at Standon Bridge, (87). (291); Hindley, near Wigan, 146 ; Ilulwell Station, (163); Liverpool and Crewe, (114), Remark¬able Escape, (11); Stafford, Damages Awarded to a Passenger by Dublin Jury, (611)
  • London and South-Western, Collision, Water¬loo Station, (239)
  • Manchester Central, Throstle Nest, (213)
  • North British, near Charing Cross Station, Glasgow, Board of Trade Report on, 267
  • Offenbach, near Frankfort-on-Main, (491)
  • Russia, Collision near Plevna, (190)
  • Russia during 1893, 1895, 1896, (137)
  • Siberian Railway, Derailments on, (591)
  • Slough, (467), (519)
  • Sad Express, between Bayonne and Dax, Mr. Rous-Marten on, 615
  • Switzerland, between Sierre and Greuchon, (318)
  • Trolley Car, at Tacoma, Washington, (11)
  • United Kingdom, Returns of, during the First Three Months of 1900, (416)
  • United States, Derailment at Jenkintown, Pa., (62)
  • United States, May, June, Augnst, September, October, (62), (213), (416), (467), (591)
  • Year’s, A, 305
  • Railways, British, Colonial, and Indian :
  • Africa, Cape, 256, (508)
  • African, Cape to Cairo, Extension, (508)
  • Australian :
  • Ling Run from Adelaide to Sydney, 633
  • New South Wales, (201), (239), (555), 597
  • Queensland, Report upon the General Work¬ing, (467)
  • Southern, 438
  • Tasmanian, Report for 1898, 1899, (400)
  • Victorian, (265), 575
  • Beira, (58)
  • Belfast and Northern Counties, Traffic and Mileage, (137)
  • Birmingham, Coventry, and Leicester, Scheme for Connecting, (318)
  • Caledonian, Half-yearly Report, (291)
  • Canadian, Grand Trunk, (114), (163), (218), (392)
  • Great Northern, Contract with the Leyland S.S. Line, (611)
  • TJnes Owned by Government. (591)
  • Pacific, Fast Run on the, (508)
  • Yukon District, (11)
  • Canterbury to Whitstable, Unique English, 141
  • Cape, 256, (508)
  • Cardiff, Sir W. T. Lewis, Managing Director, (602)
  • Central London (Supplement, J uqusl Sul, 1900), (87). 103, (114), (213), (298), (365), 467
  • Average Running Speed, (167)
  • First Six Weeks' Receipts, (298)
  • Advantages of, as Regards Ozone, (365)
  • Chemulpo and Seoul, (62)
  • Cheshire Lines, New Rolling Stock for the Manchester and Liverpool Express Service, (163)
  • Chester and Holyhead, Jubilee of, 386
  • Connel Ferry and Ballachulish, The, 488
  • Crewe to Liverpool Line, Ettensions, (318)
  • Devon and Somerset, Purchase of, by the Great Western, (291)
  • English and American, 619
  • Furness Railway, Half-yearly Report, (190)
  • Glasgow and South-Westorn and Midland, N w
  • Corridor Train, (4)
  • Glasgow and South-Western and Midland, Total Receipts of, for Six Months, (291)
  • Gold Coast, 209
  • Great Central, Doubling of a Section of the Main Line, (365)
  • Luggage Rates, (33)
  • No more Locomotives from America, (440)
  • Great Eastern, Dividends Last Year and this, (87)
  • Extensions, 388, (544)
  • Luggage Rates, (33)
  • Great Norttcrn, Ilitchin to Canvey Island Ex¬tension Scheme, (467)
  • Improved Services in Prospect, (213)
  • Lien Valley Extension, (365)
  • New Line at Nottingham
  • (Illustrated). 164,170,171, 218, 219, 266
  • Great Western, Ely Valley, Service of Trains, New Route to Weymouth, 616 Stourbridge to be Made the Centre of the Signal Works for the West Midland Dis¬trict, (011)
  • Stert to Westbury Extension, Hall, Barnsley, and ^Vest Riding Junction, Extensions Projected, (611)
  • India, Net Return on the Capital Cost of, Rail¬ways Open Last Year in, (87)
  • Indian, Automatic Vacuum Brakes on, (190)
  • Bengal-Central Extension, (365)
  • Bengal and North-Western, Half-yearly Report, (508)
  • Bjmbay, Baroda, and Central, Reconstruction of its Metre-gauge Lines at Delhi, (392)
  • British and Indian, Coal Consumption on, (440)
  • Ceylon, Electric Traction Suggested and Opposed, (365
  • Ceylon, Mileage and Earnings, (519)
  • Darjeeling-Ilimalayan, Traffic Interrupted, (163)
  • Earnings in April, May, and June, (163)
  • East, Half-yearly Report, (163)
  • Hyderabad-Godavery, (62), (190)
  • Insufficiency of Rolling Stock on, (392)
  • Madras Railway, Capital and Revenue Accounts, (62)
  • Midland ami Great Indian Peninsula, Amalgamation of, (365)
  • Mileage of New, on the Aletre Gauge, (190)
  • Mileage Open for Traffic on March 31st, 1900 (87)
  • N.W.. Wear of 1001b. Steel Rails, „(163)
  • Peshawar to the Khyber, (11) Simla-Kalka, (511)
  • South Indian Mileage Open, (62)
  • Ireland, Belfast and Northern Counties, (137)
  • Cork and Ros?lare, Operation? at the Wexford End, (191)
  • Midland Great Western, Coal Con¬tracts for 1900. 1899, 1898, (239)
  • Midland Great Western System Amalgamated with Great Southern and Western, (239)
  • Waterford nnd Trantoro, Single L’no. (637)
  • Kent Railway Arrangements, Grave Dissatis¬faction with, ('inference and Meeting, (392)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Dividends Last Year and this, (87)
  • Widening of the (239)
  • Liverpool and Manchester, Seventieth Anni¬versary of the Opening, 312
  • Liverpool Overhead, Half-yearly Report, (163)
  • London. Brighton, and South Coast, Dividends List Year and this, (87)
  • London and Edinburgh Expresses, Result of the Running of the, (508)
  • London and North-Western, Huddersfield to Leeds Extension, (291)
  • London and North-Western, Trains Allowed to Pass Atherstone at Ordinary Speed, (163)
  • London and South-Western, East Service to Devonport, (11); Graving Dock. 800ft. long, (511); Improvement in Time Kept, (591); Line Projected under the Solent, (591)
  • Lymiogton to Sway, with a Tunnel under tho Solent, (519)
  • Maryport and Carlisle Riilway Company's Half-yearly Report, 7 per cent. Dividend, (190)
  • Manchester and Liverpool Proposed Express on the Mono-rail System, Papers by Sir W. H. Preece and Mr. F. J. Behr, 269, (291)
  • Merrybent Mineral, Acquired by the North- Eastern Railway Company, (304)
  • Metropolitan Distriot, Eloctricity as Motive Power on, (114)
  • Metropolitan District, Extension to White¬chapel and Bow, 78,(114)
  • Midland, Extensions, Skegness to Lincoln, (511)
  • Midland, Half-yearly Report, (163)
  • New Zealand, 398, (140), (178)
  • North British, The Luggage Question on the, (365)
  • North - Eastern, Branch Line to Eaglescliffo, (553)
  • Disclaims any Idea of Racing to Edinburgh, (591)
  • Lines taken over by, (291), (304). (378)
  • New Dock Contoraplatod at Hull, (62)
  • Re-arrangement of Ofliies, (602)
  • Running Powers to Edinburgh and Leith will be Applied for by, (508)
  • North London, Traffic Returns and Mileage, (137)
  • North Staffordshire and Mid-Derbyshire, Pro¬jected, (467)
  • Pontypridd, A Loop Line Opened at, (508)
  • Rhodesia, Salisbury and Gwelo Line, (392)
  • Scottish Caledonian, (291)
  • Glasgow and South-Western and Mid¬land, (4), (291)
  • Rise in Price of Fuel, (392)
  • Seabam and Sunderland Passenger and Mineral
  • Line, Transfer to the North-Eastern, (291), (301)
  • South Eastern and Chatham and Dover, Ex¬tensions Projected, (591); Grievances against, (419), (467); Mileage, (114); New Ro ling Stock, (392); Dividends Last Year and this, (87)
  • Soutbport and Cheshire Lines, Extension, (544)
  • South-Western New Works, 16
  • Uganda (with Map), (213). (239), 3:6, 342, 385, 337, 391, 409, 410, 415, 491, ÖVÓ
  • United Kingdom, Mileage Worked in 1893, 1898, (239)
  • Traffic Returns for List Yeir, (137)
  • Vacuum Automatic Brakes on, (190), (239), (265)
  • Wales, Tho Cambrian to Aberystwitb, («7) Cardiff, (602)
  • Tuff Vale, Kevouuo, Price Paid for Coal, tii. (163)
  • Strike, (163), 221
  • West Coast Company's Accelerated Services, (541)
  • Whitechapel and Bow, 78, (114)
  • Yorkshire Dales with the North-Eastern System,
  • Connection of, (519)
  • from Skipton to Grassington, (33)
  • New Linos Projected in Don Valley, (637)

Railways, Electric:

  • Belgium, Brussels and Antwerp, (11)
  • Berlin and Zehlendorf, (190)
  • Brussels to Antwerp, (440)
  • Central London {Siipplrmmt, Auy"»l 2rrl, 1900), (87), 108, (114), (125), (508) (544)
  • Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead, (392)
  • City and South London, 346, 347
  • Germany, Increase in Number of, (291)
  • Great Eastern, Ilford to Liverpool-street,
  • Underground, (365)
  • Kidderminster and Bewdley, (291)
  • Liverpool and Manchester, Overhead Express, (Bill), (544)
  • London Underground, 570
  • Lyndhurst to Lyndhurst-road Station, 591
  • Manchester and Liverpool Express, 269, (291)
  • Manhattan, Elevatod, (11), (239) (508), (637)
  • Metropolitan and District, (412), (519), (587)
  • Naples to Rome, (491)
  • New York State, between Albany and Hudson, (338)
  • Port Madoc to Bedgellert. (291)
  • Porto Rico Projected, (168)
  • Russia, Winnilzx, (291)
  • Saalburg to Homburg, Extension to Frankfort, (440)
  • St. John's, Newfoundland, (159)
  • Victoria Skation and Putnoy, (Bill), (619)

Railways, Foreign:

  • Algeria, (137)
  • American, Centrifugal, (378)
  • American Construction, 116
  • America, Inter-Oceanic, Honduras, (7)
  • America, Central, Guatemala, New Sleepers Needed, (137)
  • American, North, Atchison, Topeka, and Sinta Fé, (190)
  • Central of New Jersey, Extra Firemen During the Heat, (163)
  • Chicago and Alten, Colours of Fixed Signal Lamps, (637)
  • Chicago and East Illinois, Mr. T. A. Lawes' Table of High speed Trains, (440)
  • Chicago Elevated, (72)
  • Chicago and North-Western, New Round-house at Clin¬ton, (163)
  • Great Northern,Washington, A Great Tunnel, 397
  • Gross and Net Earnings during Six Months of 19U0, (265)
  • Mileage Built during S.x Months of 1900, (265)
  • New York Central and Hod¬son River, Fast Run, (137)
  • Number of Employ éi on, (190)
  • Pennsylvanian Extensions, (87)
  • Pittsburgh and Wistera Railway, Half-yearly Kj- port, (508)
  • Texas, Iowa, Mississippi, , New Lines, (62)
  • Total Capital Invested, (190)
  • Total Length of New, (62)
  • Total Single-track Mileage in 1899, (190)
  • American, South, Chile, (213)
  • Uruguay, (591)
  • Austria, New Line between Germany and Trieste, 535
  • Auitria, Vienna Metropolitan, (213)
  • Austro-Hungarian State Railway Company, Electric Plant in their Locomotive Works, (637)
  • Balkans, 523
  • Buenos Ayres and Pac lie, Report of the Work¬ing of for 1899-1900, (392)
  • Bulgarian, (213), (440)
  • Central Asiatic Branch Line to Bokhara, (508)
  • China, 32
  • Korea, Sojul-Wiju, Contract Secured by French Engineers, (440)
  • Shantung Line, (114)
  • Taku to Ysing-Tsun, Lino under Russian Control, (365)
  • Tientsin and Pekin, Doable Line, (265)
  • Chinese Lines, The Construction of, (6111
  • Cuba, Mileage, and Reduction of Duties, (137)
  • France, North of, Electric Connection with the Train by which Signalmen could Stop Trains, 415
  • Seven Hours from London to Pari?, (467)
  • Tests of the Permanent Way, (611)
  • Paris-Orleans, Chas. Rous-Marten, 157
  • Paris Underground, (87), (137)
  • French, How they Impede the Development of the Country, 195
  • German, Receipts of, since August, 1899, (318)
  • Germany, Barmen-E berfeld-Voh winkel Suspension, (416)
  • Gold Coast, 209
  • Greece, Athens to Piré, (318)
  • and Thessaly, (568)
  • Italian, Tenders Invited, (62)
  • Japan, Amount Invested in, and Total Mileage of Railways in, (611), (637)
  • Hakodate, (318)
  • Orders for Railroad Material to Eng¬land and the United States, (365)
  • Java, Ironware and Iron Piping, Tenders In¬vited by the Netherlands Colonial Ministry, (114)
  • Mexico, (318), (591)
  • Norwegian, New Lino Proposed between Nor¬way and Sweden, (591)
  • Poland, New Lines Proposed, (591)
  • Kiumania, Mileage and Revenue, (416)
  • Russian, 590
  • Russia, Akkerman to Odessa, (318)
  • Branch Line from Plevna, (163)
  • Fourth Claes for Workmen, (566)
  • Kertch to Theodosia, (637)
  • Kherson New Lines, (508)
  • Kherson with Nikolaiev, Proposed L!na to Connect, (365)
  • Kieff to Slobm and Kieff to Chernikoff and Briansk, (508)
  • Mileage of Working Riilways and under Construction, (62)
  • Northern of, 523
  • North, Need of Railways io, (491)
  • Odessa to Petersburg, (318)
  • Port Arthur, (103)
  • Siberian, 4, 62, 119, 239, (385), 369, (392), (505)
  • Building tho Bridge across the Yenissei, 4
  • Its Prospects, 369, and Mr. Mark Stirrup on, (505)
  • Trans Baikal Opened, (62)
  • Two New State Lines, (167)
  • South Pacific System, Control of, Secured by a Syndicate, (440), (460)
  • Sumatra, A Rack Railway, (611)
  • Sweden, Gothenburg to the Norwegian Frontier, (137)
  • Swiss, Jungfrau Line at a Standstill, (265)
  • Nationalisation of, (611), (491)
  • Simplon Tunnel and the lntorcs'.s of France, The, (412)
  • Trans-Ca«pian, Lino Washed Away, (190)
  • Transvaal. (137), (365)
  • Turkish, Iledjaz, 494
  • United States—see American, North Val d*Ao:ta, Extension to St. IXdisr, (491)

Railways, Light:

  • Act, 1896. (262)
  • Algeria, (137)
  • Applications for Orders Authorising Construc¬tion of, (591)
  • Agentine Republic, (137)
  • Blackburn and Burnley, (3651 Canterbury and Ilerno Bay, (421)
  • Commission, Mr. R. H. Suottcr on the Work of the, 10
  • Commissioners, Dates for the Holding of Local Inquiries by, (62)
  • (krewe, (491)
  • Darby and Ashbourne, (591)
  • France, 52, 180
  • Goole and Marthland Extension Scheme, (116) (491)
  • Goole and Marshland and Isle of Axholme, and Haxey to Tickbill, (491)
  • Hyde and Dukinfield, (291)
  • Doland, Working of the Twenty one, (818)
  • Kidderminster and Bewdley. (87), (416)
  • Kingcclero and Il'ghclere, (238)
  • Kingston, (87)
  • Lyndhurst and Lyndhurstroad Station (591)
  • Orders for, Confirmed by the Beard of Trade, (13), (163), 467, 611
  • Port Madoc to Beddgellerl(291)
  • Rbeidol, (33)
  • Rhondda Valley, (467)
  • Scotter, Mr., At the Paris Congress on, (318)
  • Surrey, (213)
  • Swansea, (467)
  • Wales, Glamorgan, (811)
  • and Laughton, (451)
  • Tavat Valley Line, (611)
  • Witney and Andoversford, (lit)

Railway Locomotives:

  • American, (99), 122, (137), (17*), (278) (291), (318), 437, 491, 519, 622
  • Atlantic City Flyers, 460, 461
  • Baldwin Works, Electric Machine Shop Driv¬ing, (174)
  • Beyer and Peaccck’s, New South Wales, 400
  • Borsig, with Schmidt's Superheater {Supple¬ment, September 7th, 1900), 233
  • Brunig Railway, 181
  • Building in Germany, (114)
  • Cast Steel Bolsters for, 33
  • Cleaning, 441, 618
  • Compound, 3, 55, 56, 57. 84, 96, 118, 157, 162, 212, 246, 217, 261, 288, 289, 291, 511, 557 {Supplement!, Octobirbth, 19th, Xoecmber39th, December 1th, 1900)
  • Express, Four-cylinder, Chemin de Fcr du Nord, M.M. Bosquet, and
  • do Glehn, 288, 289 Four-cylinder. South Italian Rail¬way, Paris Exhibition, 81
  • R'ekie's, 55, 56, 57, 96, 118, 162, 212, 247, 264
  • and Simple, Soc'é 6
  • Suisse, Winter¬thur, 541 {Supplement, Xorember 3CM, 1900)
  • Compounding M. de Glchn's Letter on his Par¬ticular Method of, 288
  • Contracts Placed with Glasgow Builders, Im¬portant, (416)
  • Yorkshire Coalowners, and the, 570
  • Denver and Rio Grande Railway, with Novel Fitting (33)
  • E'gbt-coupled, Pittsburgh Works, 142 Electric, 316, 317, 615
  • Electric, La Société Suisse, Winterthur, Paris Exhibition, 316, 317
  • English Passenger, Fifty-four Years’ Service, (11)
  • Erie Railway, Re-fitted with Larger Boilers and Cylinders, (487)
  • Exhaust Pipe for, Mr. J. Jones' Invention, (637)
  • Exhibits at Vincennes, Mr, Ron? Marten on the {Supplement, December 7 th, 1900), 266, 288, 557
  • Exported from the United States, ( 318)
  • Express, {Supplements, July 6th, 13th, October bth, 19M, 1900),' 2, 28. 29, 84, 99, 157, 288, 289, 333, (365), 392, 396. 432, 460, 461, (637)
  • Eistern Railway of Frame, Four- cylinder Compound {Supplements July 6th, 13th, 1900 ) 2, 28, 29
  • Pennsylvania Railway, (99)
  • Russian State Railways, (637) Six-coupled, Signor IL Plancher {Supplements, Oclob rbth, 19th, 1900), 333, 396
  • Ferguson's Firo-kindler for, (69)
  • Finland S,ate Railways, American, for, (137)
  • Fire-boxes of, Mr. R. Woalherburn on vno Cause of their Rapid Wear and Tear, 630 Forgings in America, Employment of Nickel Steel for, (114)
  • Four-couplod Express, Midland Railway, (365)
  • Four-cylinder Compound American Goods, Ten-coupled, 437 ; Coemin de Fer du Nord, MM. Du Bosquet and do Glebn {Supplement, December 7th, 1900), 667 ; Eastern Railway of France (Supplements, July 6th, 13th, 1900), 2, 28, 29; Southern Railway of Italy (Supple¬ments, October bth, 19th, 1900), 84, 833, 396, 432 ; Vauclain for the Atlautic City Flyers, 480, 461 ; Discussion on, at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 3; Express, Paris- Orleans Railway, M. de Glehn’s System, M. Solacroup, 157 ; in Hand at Crowo, (265)
  • French (Supplements, July 6th, 13M), 2 3, 18, 28, 29
  • German, (114), 213
  • German and English in Belgium, 213
  • Goods, (291), 364, 370, 371, 466, 622
  • Goods, South-Eastern and Chatham, Mr. H. S. Wainwright, 364, 370, 371, 466
  • Great Central, No More American, for the, (110)
  • Heaviest in the World for the Pittsburgh, Bessemer, and Lake Erie Railway, (11)
  • Heavy, 11, 122. 278, (291), 622
  • Heavy Goods, Pittsburgh Works, 622
  • Illinois Central Railway, 100, for, (637)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Power of the New, (11)
  • Landqnart-Davos Railway, 181
  • Light Railway, Narrow-gauge Tank, 52
  • Lighting tho Fires of, (69)
  • Metre Gauge, for French Rai'ways. 180, 181
  • Midland Railway Company's New Four-coupled Express, (365)
  • Mountain, New Type of, (146)
  • New Zealand, American, tor, 291
  • New Zoaland Government Railways, Mr. F. T. Rotherham, 468, 472
  • Number of. on the Siberian Railway, last Sum¬mer, (392)
  • Number of, Owned by the Midland, the North- Eastern, and the London and North-Western, Average Mileage and Average Earnings ptr, (291)
  • Oil Bornirg in California, (392)
  • Oil Fuel for, in Unitod States, (190)
  • Open Stacks instead of Diamond Ones on the Union Pacific's, (11)
  • Odors for, Booked by Neilson, Raid, and Co., DiM)3 and Co., and Sharpe, Stewart, and Co., ( 426)
  • Paris Exhibition (Supplements, July 6th, 16th, September 7th, December 7<h, 1950), 2. 3, 18, 28, 29, 233. 256, 288, 316, 317, 233, 132, 557
  • PatsoFger, (11) (191)
  • Perorojance, Cb’cago and North - Western Railway, (278), (#1)
  • Pittsburgh Works, 622
  • Practice in France, M. El. Sauvage on Recent, 3, 19
  • Rie'cio Compound, (Letters on, 93, 118 212, 246, 264)
  • Rogers' Works, (235), (318)
  • Saddle Tank, Burry Port and Gwcndraeth Valley Railway, Mr. R. A. Carr, 625
  • Schenectady Eight-wheel Passenger, (191)
  • Schenectady, Ton for the Government ot Cape C.lony, (519)
  • Siberian Railway, 239
  • Single-wheel Express for the Great Central, Gorton Works, (637)
  • Six-coupled Express, Southern Railway of Italy, Signor H. Plancher (Supplements, Cctubsr Ith and 19th, 1900), 84, 333, 396, 432
  • Soció'.é Suisse pour la Construction de Locomotives et do Machines, 180, 181
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Twenty Now First-class Expresses for, (392)
  • Supersession of the Steam by the Electric, Mr. W. Langdon, (550), 570, 572, 599, (615), 620
  • Ten-coupled Four-cylinder Compound American Goods, 437
  • United States, Complaints of the Firemen in Connection with the Use of Heavier, (114)
  • United States, June, 1899, (190)
  • Vauclain Express Compounds (Four cylinder) of the “Atlantic” Typo for the Atlantic City Flyers, 460, 461
  • Vincennes— see Paris Exhibition Vladikavkas Railway, (416)
  • Water Used by, on the South of Austrian Railways, (837)
  • Witwatersrand Uold M.'nos, (416)
  • Works, Lugansk and tho Hartmann Machine Company’s, 8, 9, 10, 12
  • Works, Marcinolle, Belgium, New, (143)
  • Yard, Central London Railway, Huns et Engine Company (Supplement, A u j. 3rd, 1900), 108

Railway News, Various:

  • Acetylene Gas Headlights on the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa FtS Railway, (519)
  • Aerial, to Newport, Mon., 17
  • Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, Mr. Unwin’s Case, (544)
  • Anniversary, Memorable, 312
  • Automatic Couplings, Cridland and Kirsch’s, 395
  • Barry Railwayman, Concessions to the, (87)
  • Bonuses to Emplojéi on Russian Railways, (3?)
  • Brake Shoes, Friction of, Mr. R. A. Smart ou the, (491)
  • Brakes, Vacuum, South-Eastern and Chatham. (23)
  • Brakes, Vacuum and other Automatic, on British Railways. (190), (239), (265)
  • Brandon Bridge Company, Limited, of Mother- well, Contract Secured by the, (239)
  • Bridges for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Widening, Order for, (239)
  • Bridges, Railway—see Bridges, Railway, and other
  • “Brighton in Sixty Minutes," The London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, 400
  • British Railway Orders in the United States, 546
  • Calais-Moditerranean Express, The, (400)
  • Capital of the Railways of the United Kingdom, Total Nominal, (114)
  • Carriage of Cyolos, 345
  • Centrifugal Railways, United States, 622
  • Coal Bills of Railway Companies, 166
  • Coal Contracts, 595
  • Conciliation Board, Proposed, 321
  • Dividends Declared by Various English Railways this Year, (87)
  • Dynamometer Car for Automatically Recording Defects in Permanent Way, 502
  • Emplojés for Service in South Africa, (538)
  • Engine Driver Deserts his Engine on a Journey to Portland, (11)
  • Exhibition, St. Petersburg, (293)
  • Fast Runs, 230, (508)
  • Fast Run on the Canadian Paci6c, (5C8)
  • Financial Statistics of British Railways, (582)
  • Firemen in the United States, Complaints of the, (114)
  • "Flying Bootsman,” Lord Balfour’s Decision as to the Timing of, (519)
  • Friction of Brake Snoes, Mr. R. A. Smart on the, (491)
  • Grand Trunk Railway, Mr. G. B. Reeves Appointed General Manager, (619)
  • Great Eastern Railway Company’s Booklet of New Continental Tours, (33)
  • Half-yearly Reports, Maryport and Carlisle Company, Furness Railway Comiuny, New South Wales Railways, (190), (239,
  • Haskinised Timbar Experimented with on Indian State Railway, (239)
  • Highland Railway, Air. Yarrow’s Ratiromont and Successor, (till)
  • History at the Leicester Museum, 151
  • Incrustation of Boilers, Prevention of, on Austrian and Russian Railways, (2)5)
  • India-rubber Goods, The Railway Companies and the Manufacturers of, 511
  • Iron Passing through Lancashire Ports, Extra Charge on, Imposed by the Railway Com¬panies, 401
  • Italian Railways, Tenders to be Invited for, (1M)
  • J espur, Air. Chas., General Goods Manager of the North-Eastern, (519)
  • Kent Fruit-growers' Association, Project for Forwarding Produce by Motor Wagons to London, (519)
  • Loctures on Railway Alanagement., (480)
  • “ Lloyd’s Bonds," (508)
  • London and North-Western, Superannuation Fund Society, Prosperous Condition of, (365)
  • Long Distance Runs, 230, 633
  • Luggage Rates on British Railways, (33), (114)
  • Macaulay, Mr. John, Appointment (<f3)
  • Metropolitan Railway Company’s Dividend, (114)
  • Mileage Open in Great Britain and Ireland and the United States, (33)
  • Moving Stairways for tho Alanhattan Elevated Stations, (114)
  • Non-paying Lines in Victoria. Mileage of, (265)
  • North of France, Seven Hours from London to Paris, (467)
  • Oil Fuel for Locomotives in Southern States of North America, (190)
  • Par's Exhibition, Passenger Traffic with the Continent Caused by, (87)
  • Petroleum Consumption by Locomotives, Romanian State Railways, (519)
  • Paeumatic Tools in Railway Shops, 566
  • Points Worked by Electricity, Special System of, Introduced at a Petersburg Station, (508)
  • Punctuality, Greater on the London and South-Western, (591)
  • Race to Scotland in 1848, 16
  • Rates for Carriage of Coke to the West Coast,
  • Railway Companies that have Increased, (611)
  • Rates for Hire of Railway Companies’ Wagons Raised, (11)
  • Rates, Luggage, (33), (114)
  • Returns, 1899, British, (416)
  • Runnings of the London and Edinburgh Expresses, (508)
  • Runs, Fast and Long, 230, 508, 633
  • Shareholders and Automatic Couplings, 67
  • Shunting Pole with Electric Lamp and Battery, (637)
  • Signalling, E'ectric and Other, Mr. A. W. Szlumper and Air. S. B. Cotterell on, 621
  • Signalmen, Emergency, Rumoured Creation of a Class of, by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, (491)
  • Smoke Consumption by Locomotives, Device for, (519)
  • South- E istern and Chatham Railway, Grievances against, (419), (467)
  • Speeds, 191, 261, 298, 322, 310, 364, 388, 470
  • Station, London-road, Nottingham, Great Northern, 259
  • Station, Southwick Junotion, Projected Im¬provements, (248)
  • Station Shops, Average, in America and Here, (621
  • Statistics, English, 598
  • Track-laying Apparatus for the Union Pacific Railway, (11)
  • Trans-Siberian, Cheap Fares on, (365)
  • Transvaal and Orange River Colonies, Railway Clerks Asked for, (365)
  • Tuunol, Coehen, on the Coblenz-Trier Line, The Longest in Germany, (491)
  • Tunnel from Gibraltar to Tangiers, M. Berber’s Plan for, (467)
  • Underground Traffic, and Average Stops on, (33), (62)
  • United States Railways, Eirniogs in the First Half of 1900, os Compared with Two Previous Years, (33)
  • Unpunotuality, 319, (419), (467)
  • Vibration Due to Traffic on the Central London Railway, (508)
  • Winter Service to the Riviera, (460)

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • Acid ». Basic Rails, Lowthian Bell on, 413
  • American, for Ireland, (416)
  • American, for the Turkish Government, (3C4)
  • Creeping of Rails, Best Alethod to Prevent, (611)
  • Demand for, for Electric Roads in Canada, (318)
  • Dynamometer Car for Recording Defects on, Prof. L. P. Breckenridge, 502
  • Edgar Thomson Steel Works, New Process for Rolling, (544)
  • Exchanging Old for New, at a Profit, (318)
  • Exported from United States, (318)
  • Foreign, for British Railways, 516, 565
  • Heavier, on Suburban and Main Lines, (301)
  • Iron and Steel, in America, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 5, 40, 94
  • Loss of Strength io Steel through Use, Report of the Committee to Inquire into, 26, (33)
  • Presentation to Mr. Carnegie of a Section of an Original 361b. T Riil, (426)
  • Price of, Reduced in the United States, (392)
  • Sleepers on Guatemala Railways, Wear of Wooden, (137)
  • Steel fcr the Capo Government, Contracts Booked by the Carnegie Steel Com¬pany, (291)
  • for the Great Eastern from the Carnegie Company, (591)
  • Rails, 100 lb., on the North-Western of India, Favourable Report, (163)
  • Rails, Life of, 77, 105
  • Sleepers on the Huntingdon and Broad-Top Railway, United States, (174)
  • United States, Production, (365)
  • for West Australian Government, Order Booked by Ebbw Vale Company, (544), (554)
  • T-Kail, Mr. Guest’s 36 lb., (426)
  • Tests of, between Paris and Calais, The North of France, (611)
  • Ashbury Company, Important Orders Secured by. (21)
  • Brake, Either-side, 617
  • Brown, Marshalls, and Co., for South African Field Forces, (123)
  • Corridor Dining Trains on East Coast Route to Scotland, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 112
  • Corridor Train, Glasgow and South-Western and Midland (4)
  • Couplings, Wagon, Mr. Hill, 690 395, 618, 573, 590
  • Automatic, T. A. Brocket-bank, 445
  • Cridland and Kirsch, 395, 518
  • Dynamometer Cars, American, 196
  • Electric Lighting for, 30
  • Freight Cars, Capacity of, 625
  • Goods Traffic, Conduct of, 247
  • Wagons, American, for France, (221), 247
  • of Fifty Tons Capacity in the United States, (174), 247
  • Heating of, 103, 212
  • Insufficiency of, on Indian Railways, (392)
  • Italian Railways, Tenders to be Invited for, (114)
  • Java Skate Railways, Tenders Invited by the Dutch Government, (544)
  • Locomotive Saloon for the London and North- Western, 316
  • Nagasaki, English and American for, (637)
  • Natal, Large Orders for, (1491
  • New, for Indian Railways, (239)
  • New, for the Manchester and Liverpool Express Service of the Cheshire Lines, (163)
  • Russia, Fourth-class Carriages for Workmen, (508)
  • South Africa, (149), (544)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, 1500 New Car¬riages, (392)
  • Steel Wagon, Weight of American 50-Ton, » (137)
  • Stephenson and Co., Limited, Robt., New Works at Darlington, (62)
  • Tenders to be Invited for, by the Italian Southern Railway Company, (62)
  • Traction Engine Trains for Russia, American, 313, 315
  • Trans-Baikal Railway, (234)
  • Vladikavkas Railway, (416)
  • Wagons, On the Capacity of, as Affecting the Cost of Transport, Mr. Twinberrow on, 514, 522, 526
  • Wagons for the Rand Mines, Reported Order for, 300, 303
  • Wanted on Siberian and Indian Lines, (3921
  • Wheels, Invention for Reduoing Noise, (318)
  • Wheels, Uneven Flange Wear of Railway, and its Cause, (11)
  • Witwatersrand Gold Mines, (416)
  • RAINFALL of the British Isles, Mr. H. Mellish on the, 641
  • Rathmines Electricity Supply Works, 244, 215, 246
  • Rays given off by Different Sources of Light, Comparison of Qualities of, 172
  • Refuse Destruction and Steam Raising, 539
  • Destructor and Electric Lighting Undertaking, Shoreditch, Accounts of the, (491)
  • Destructor for the Strand, 462
  • Disposal, House, Mr. McTaggart on, 269
  • of Town, 192
  • Works, Syracuse, New York, 564
  • Reineckor, J. E., Gablentz-Chemnitz, Machine Tools (Supplement, November 2'ird, 1900)
  • Reis, Mr. A., Patent Mixture for Preventing In¬crustation in Boilers, (137)
  • Removal of Brick-lined Steel Chimney, Newark, New Jersey, (467)
  • Removal of House by Electric Street Cars, (440)
  • R9no Inclined Elevator, The, 136
  • Repairing a Tail Shaft at Sea, 364
  • Reservoir Improvement, Spot Pond, Boston, 98
  • Reservoirs at Walshaw Dean, First Sod Cut, (291)
  • Ribble Joint Committee, Moeting of the, and Mr. Naylor’s Roport, (253)
  • Rice Cleaning and Milling Machinery for Brazil, Demand for, (114)
  • Richardson, Mr. Joseph, Froedom of Stockton-on- Tees to bo Conferred on, (121)
  • Richardson, Westgarth, and Co, Limited, The New Firm, (479)
  • Ridgway Distributor, The, 501
  • Rille, New Automatic, 426
  • Range at Ponders End, Proposed, (11 4)
  • Ranges, Position of, 90
  • Riveter, Boyer Percussive, 446
  • Riveting, Pneumatic, as against Hand, (611)
  • Roberts-Austen, Sir Wm., His Address at the
  • Opening of the Autumn Meeting of the Iron and Steel Institute, Paris, 235, 301, 325
  • Robinson and Son, Limited, Thomas, Wood¬working Machinery, Paris Exhibition, 339
  • Röntgen Rays, Restoration of Hair by, (519)
  • Roof, Rapid Erection of a Steel (Kansas City), 118
  • Roots, Air. J. D., Valves of Intornal Combustion Engines, 49
  • Rous-Marten, Air. Cbas., On the Locomotive Exhibits at Vincennes (Supplement, December 1th, 1900), 256, 288, 557
  • Royal Agricultural Society:
  • Reported Permanent Showground of the, (11), (H4,

Royal Institution :

  • Arrangements before Easter, 620
  • Monthly Aleetings and Programme of Christ¬mas and other Lectures, (475), (578), (600)
  • Royal Meteorological Society:
  • Rainfall of the British Isles, Mr. 11. Alellish on the Seasonal, 641
  • Wuokly Death-rate nnd Temperature Curves, Mr. W. H. Dines, (519)

Royal Society :

  • Adjudication of Aledals, (475)
  • Bushey House Granted to, by the Queen for a
  • National Physical Library, (611)
  • Hughes, Prof. D. E, His Bequest to the Society and the Object to which it is to be Devoted, (163)
  • Russia, Aleans of Communication in, 590
  • Russian Navy, The, 395 Russia in the Red Sea, 523
  • Russian Reinforcements for China, 611, 642

S

  • ST. MICHAEL’S Acetylene Installation, The, 821
  • Salvage Plant for Dover Harbour, Portable, 571
  • Sault St. Marie, Centre of Electro-chemical Industry at, (239)
  • Sauvage, M., On Locomotive Practice in France, 3, 19
  • Sawdust Briquettes for Fuel in Austria, (611)
  • Sawing Machine, Paving Block, 17
  • Sawyer, The “ Absent-minded,” (411)
  • Schueron, Mr. Van der, Suction Dredging at Ostend Port, 194
  • Science and the Manufacturer, 496
  • Scotch Steelworks and the Fair Holiday Period, (87)
  • Scotter, Mr. R. H., Work of the Light Railway Commission, 10
  • Screw Ganges, 319
  • Ganges, Report on, 300
  • Press and Squaring Shears, Taylor and Challen, Limited, 142, 143
  • Threads used in Gas and Cycle Construc¬tion and for Screws Subject to Vibra¬tion, Mr. O. P. Clements, 302
  • Screwing Apparatus, &c., Mr. J. U. Widdowson’s, Improvements in, 249
  • Screwing Machine, Duplex, Kendall and Gent, 238
  • Sculfort et Fockedey, Maubaugo, Machine Tools (Supplement, November ‘2Hrd, 1900)
  • Sails, Mr. Chas., with Portrait, 566
  • Sowago, Gas from, 445, 517, 573
  • Leeds, 232
  • Purification, Mechanical Aids to, 501
  • Schemes, Burlev, Healey, and Tamworth, (190)
  • Scheme, Vera Crnz, (591)
  • Sludge, Illuminating Gas from, 445, 517, 573
  • System at Petersburg, Competitive Plans for, (633)
  • Treated at the Sewage Works of the London County Council, (365)
  • Works, Sutton, (348)
  • Seymour, Major Lewis L., 17
  • Shafting v. Electricity, Power Transmission by, 146, 147, 173
  • Shafts, Built Crank, 95
  • Coating Tail, 6, (33)
  • of Nickel and Carbon Steel Made Under the Hydraulic Press, (440)
  • Protecting Large, German Method, (33)
  • Sheffield Corporation’s Proposal to Form a Works Construction Department, (291)
  • Ships:
  • Battleships British:
  • Albemarle, The (641)
  • Ariadne, 293, (337)
  • Belleisle Experiments, Tho, 18, 32, 96, 193, 261, 489, 565
  • to be Fitted with Sections of Modern Armour, (253), 489
  • her Engines to be put into Working Order, (392)
  • Camperdown Fitted for Wireless Telegraphy, 32
  • Europa, The, 337, 442
  • Formidable, 193, 462, 489, 610
  • Glory Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy,
  • and Leaves for China, (544)
  • Glory, Singular Mishap to, (519), 524
  • Hood, Rearmament of, with Quick-firers, Trial of her Machinery, 218, (491)
  • Implacable, (544)
  • Indexible, Tne Construction of the, 32, 610
  • Indexible, Tho 4 7in. Quiok-firers, 32
  • Invincible, The, 388, 547 London, 489
  • Lang, Range Firing by, (365)
  • Majestic Fitted for Wireless Telegraphy, 32
  • Majestic in the Gunnery Trials, Per¬formance of, (318)
  • Names of the New, (467)
  • Ocean, Coal Consumption of, 287
  • Prince of Wales, The, 442, 587, 610, (611), (641)
  • Queen, The, 442, 587, 610
  • Removed from the Effective List, 398
  • Revenge, Re armament of, with Quick-firers, 218
  • Vestal Steam Trials, (190)
  • Terrible, Speed of, 13
  • Thunderer, (475), 480
  • Warrior, The, 388, 442
  • Battleships, Foreign:
  • American, Coaling at Sea, 84, 85
  • French, Dévastation, 547
  • Henri IV., 261
  • Janreguiberry, 542
  • Marceau, 489
  • Neptune, 547
  • Requiu, 261
  • St. Louis, 388
  • German, to be Fitted with Wireless Telegraphic Apparatus, (83)
  • German, Wittelsbach and Fiirst Bis¬marck, 646
  • Italian, New, Projected, 261, 587
  • Japanese Asahi, 232
  • Japan, Cbihaya, Launched, (45)
  • Japanese, Hatsuso, 232, 524, 565
  • Japanese, Iwate, 565
  • Japan, Mikaen, (21), (225), 232, (219), 282, 462, 489
  • Japan, Nikasi, (123)
  • Japanese, Yakumo, 610
  • Russian, (151)
  • Admiral Butakoff, 524
  • Alexander IL, (151)
  • American Plates for the New, (301)
  • Anothor New One, 134
  • Borodino Class, 542, 543, 565
  • Five Now, to be Built in America, (467)
  • Gromovoi, 641, 642
  • Kniaz Suworow, 218
  • to bo Supplied with Belleville Boilers without Economisers, (508)
  • Pacific Fleet, 641, 642
  • Poltava, 65, 388, 547, 641, 642
  • Retvizan, 32, (416), 542
  • Russian, Sevastopol, 261, 462, 489, 547, 641, 642
  • Tsarevitch, 542
  • Unitod States Alabama, Mr. W. Capps on the Ventilation of, (440)
  • Five New, (137), 148
  • Georgia, 487, 492
  • Kentucky, her Final Trial Trip, (87)
  • of the New Jersey Type, 18
  • Rhode Island, 487
  • Virginia, 487
  • Wisconsin, Shafts Forged from Fluid Compressed Nickel Steel, (440)

Cruisers, British:

  • Arrogant, Coaling Average of, 212
  • Bedford, of the Essex Class, 361
  • Berwick, 442
  • Blake, The, 388
  • Blenheim, during the Manoeuvres, 134
  • Cornwall, 442
  • Cressy, Tho, 322, 837, 369, 388, 647 (620)
  • Cumberland, 442
  • Diadem, 32, 145, 388, 442
  • Donegal, 442
  • Eclipse, 232, 287
  • Encounter, (544)
  • Encounter, Belleville Boilers Ordered for, (416)
  • Essex, Four of her Class, 361, 366
  • Europa, her Coal Consumption: Paid off, (91), (416)
  • Four First-class Armoured, Specifica¬tions to be Issued for, (253)
  • Furious, Second-class, Trial of, (213), 232
  • Hermes, (Second - class High-speed), Breakdown of, 13, (519)
  • Highflyer, 232
  • Hogue, First-class, (21), (123), (149), 172, (175)
  • Hyacinth, 287, 388, (416), 445, (467), (508), 619
  • Isis, Average Speed of, 193
  • Kent, 193, 361
  • Lancaster, 442 Long-range Firing by, (365)
  • Minerva, Trial of Water-tube Bailers on, (318)
  • Monmouth, of the Essex Class, 361
  • New Armoured, Names, 435, (462), (467)
  • Pandora, Trials, (611), (641)
  • Ringarooma, Torpedo Lost by, (33)
  • Seagull, 610
  • Spartiate, 489, (519), 521, (535)
  • Suffolk, 442
  • Undaunted, Projected Alterations, (322)
  • Cruisers, Foreign:
  • American, Atlanta and Boston, 232
  • Austrian, “ E " and Szigetvar, 251
  • French, Isly,388
  • K'cber, Engines of, 638, 641
  • Montcalm, 489
  • Two New, (62)
  • Gorman, Amazane, Third-class, (365), 435
  • “C,” “Thetis,” “Nymphe," and “ Niobe,” 261
  • Prinz Heinrich, 292, 297
  • Japanese, Adsuma, 172
  • Idznmo, 232
  • Iwate, 232, 565
  • Yakumo, 32, 610
  • Yayeyma, 524
  • Russian, Admiral Nakhimoff, 32
  • Bayan, 211
  • Bogatyr, 291, 419
  • Boyarin, 388
  • Gromovoi, 462, 547 New, (253). (610)
  • Normand Boiler to be Adopted for Future, 261
  • Novik, 261, 419, 486, 549
  • Pallada, (419), 547
  • Variag, Shafts Forged from
  • Fluid Compressed Carbon Steel, (440)
  • Spanish, Cataluna, (491)
  • Swedish, I’silander, 193
  • United States, Machinery for the, by
  • Rear-Admiral G. W. Melville, 103, 115
  • New, (137), 261
  • Tenders Invited for Six Armoured, (392)

Torpedo Craft, Gunboats, &c. British :

  • Bullfinch, Torpedo Boat Destroyer, 193, (416)
  • Clydebank Destroyers, Funnels of, 193
  • Cobra, Elswick Turbine Destroyer, 65, 91
  • Devonport Instructional Flotilla, The, 388
  • EspitSglo, Twin-screw War Sloop, Launched,(591)
  • Gunboats, Order for Two Shallow- draught, Placed with Yarrow and Co., (293)
  • Gunboats at Portsmouth, Experimental, (392)
  • Havock, The Reconstructed, 610
  • Hunter, Destroyer, Repaired, 18
  • Hydraulic Power Mountings for tho
  • Experimental Gunboats at Portsmouth, (392)
  • Lee, Twin-screw Torpedo Boat Destroyer, (440)
  • Niger Torpedo Gunboat, The, (337)
  • Opossum, Destroyer, 388
  • Skipjack Torpedo Gunboat, The, (337)
  • Speed of Torpedo Boat Destroyer*, American Journal on the, (148)
  • Speedwell, Torpedo Gunboat, Trial of the, Serious Disaster Averted, (365)
  • Spitfire, Destroyer, New Gun-mounting Trial, (87)
  • Sprightly, Thirty-knot Torpedo De¬stroyer, Launch of, (318)
  • Thrasher, Torpedo Destroyer to be Docked for Repairs, (253)
  • Tiger, Torpedo Boat Destroyer, Accident to Stokers, (519)
  • Torpedo Flotilla Commissioned for the Maca'uvres, 18
  • Viper, Torpedo Boat Destroyer, (62), 68, (190), 282, (239), 419
  • VixeD, Torpedo Boat, (21)
  • Torpedo Craft, Gunboats, &c., Foreign:
  • American Submarine Boats, 247
  • French Destroyer Framée, 172
  • Submarine Farfadet. £88
  • Submarine Gustave Zcié, (440)
  • Torpedo Boat Audacieux, 489
  • Torpedo Bouot – Villaumcz Wrecked, 232
  • Italian Destroyer Dardo, 524
  • Japanese, 18
  • Japanese, Torpedo Boat Niji, Grounding of the, 369, 524
  • Russian Destroyers Skat and Kais ilka, Kit, and Dolphin, 547
  • Russian, Five New Torpedo Beats, (253)
  • United States, Holland, Mr., bis New Submarine Beat, 239, 329, (519), 524
  • Launch of a Mysterious Submarine Boat, (253)
  • Monitor Arkansas, (544)
  • Partially-submerged Tor¬pedo Boat on the Ber¬ger System, (544)
  • Mercantile, Passenger, and other, British:
  • Ancient and Modern Ships, (168), (212)
  • Atlantic Record, The, 185, 269
  • Balmoral High-speed Paddle Passenger Steamer, 56
  • Channel Steamors, Turbine-propelled, 91
  • Clan Line, New Steamers for the, (440)
  • Clyde and Palatial Steam Yaohts, The, 255
  • Dover-Calais Service, New Twin-screw Steamer the Canterbury, (611)
  • Indian Twin-screw Troopship Hardinge, Fairfield Company, 169
  • Ireland Steamship Sold to a “Sheffield Gentleman.” (190)
  • McMillan and Sons, A New Steamer for the Clan Line, (440)
  • Merchant Navies of the World, Net Register Tonnage of, (519)
  • Ship Development, (537)
  • Ships, Water-tube Boilers in, 268
  • Racing Cutter for the German Emperor, Mr. G. L. Watson, (554)
  • Royal Yacht, The, 172, (190), (213), (392), (491)
  • Steamship Canadian, R. and W. Haw¬thorn, Leslie, and Co., Ltd., 161
  • Talus, Repairs to the Ship, (395)
  • Thames Passenger Steamboat Service.
  • 105, 184, 286, 309, 357, 432, (491) 631
  • Troopship Hardinge, The Indian, (551)
  • Vestal, H.M. Sloop, Special Trials, 310,
  • (519)
  • Wooden, for the Marine Biological Sta¬tion at Millport, Islo of Cumbrae, R. McAlister and Co., (382)
  • Yachts, Clyde and Palatial Steam, 255
  • Mercantile, Passenger, and other, Foreign:
  • Air Ship, Count Zeppelin’s, (392) American - Hawaiian Steamship Com¬
  • pany, Formation of the, (137,
  • Marine Notes, (122) Passenger Steamer, The
  • Hartford, 376
  • Atlantic City Flyers, The, (573)
  • Service, Two Ocean Tramp
  • Steamers for the, 302 Speed Records, The, 185, (239)
  • Carnegie Company, Lake Steamers Secured for the Atlantic Winter Trade, (304), (365)
  • Castle Union Lino, Cargo Steamers for South African Trade, (544)
  • Continental Merchant Marine, Progress of, 636
  • Czir’s Yacht Standart, Eoonomisers to be Removed, (508)
  • Dredger La Puissante, The Stern-well Hopper, 168, 230, 231, 261, 322
  • Emerald, Trial of, in Sydney Harbonr, 323
  • French Line Twin-screw Steamship La Lorraino, Average Speed, (163)
  • Gorman Mercantile Marino, Progress of, 633
  • Gorman South Pole Expedition, Ship boing Built at Kiel for the, 321
  • Germany, Sieamors of a Capacity over 10,000 tons, (392)
  • Hamburg - American Liner Augusta Vic¬toria, Automatic Telephone Pay Sta¬tion on the, (440); Line, Capacity of Steamers of, (125); Liners Chartered for Transport to China, (87); Liner Deutschland Breaks the Record, 91, 185,(190), (239); Liner Launched at Stettin, (291) ; Liners, Load-lines to be Marked on, (519) ; Line,A New Steam¬ship Ordered Longer than the Oceanic,
  • Japanese, 104
  • Japanoso Transport, Sanuki Mari, (74) Lightship for Swedish Pilot Service,
  • Novel Steam, (213)
  • Merchant Navies ot the World, Net Register Tonnage of, (51P)
  • Norddeutscber Lloyd’s Losses in Con¬nection with the Hoboken Disaster, (163); Steamers Chartered for Trans¬port to China, (87); Steamors, Kaisor Wilhelm II. and Kronprinz Wilhelm, 185, 190, (291), (365) ; Steamer Witto- kind, Lengthened and Refitted, 11 ; Twin-screw Steamer Nuen Tung Launched, (87)
  • Oceanic Steamship Company, San Fran¬cisco and Sydney, (400)
  • Russian Icebreaker, Ermak, Recon¬structed, (291), (304), (451)
  • Icebreakers for Port Arthur, Two Now (467)
  • Mercantile Marine, The, (318)
  • Sailing Vossels with Auxiliary Power, American, (478)
  • Six-masted Schooner, First of that Rig, Launched in America, (213)
  • Suez Canal Company, Stern-woll Hopper Dredger, La Puissante, 168, 230, 231, 264, 322
  • Transatlantic Freight Service, Mr. Audrew Carnegie’s New, (416)
  • White Star Liner Oceanic, (99), (318)
  • White Star Liner Suevic, Launched, (691)

Shipbuilding, British and Colonial, Naval and Mercantile:

  • American Steel Ship Plates, Rejection of, Con¬signment to Glasgow Explained, 523, (603)
  • Carnegie Steel Plates for Scotch Shipbuilders, (591)
  • Clyde, 18, (114), (250), 345, 438, (452), (558)
  • Naval Works on the, 105 and New Naval Contracts, The, 435
  • Denny and Brothers, Wm., Dumbarton, Mr. J. Ward on the Unsteadiness of Workmen and its Results, (419)
  • Dundee, 412
  • English Builders, Tonnage Launched in June and May this Year and Last(33)
  • Tonnage Launched in Sep¬tember and Octob9r, (467)
  • English for the Ten Months of this Year, 1900, (488)
  • Fairfield Shipyard, Recent Extensions at, 161
  • Fairfield Shipyard Management, Mr. R. Samp¬son, (446)
  • Inehdoune and Inchmarlo, Superheaters Fitted to, 597, (606)
  • Laird Brothors, Limited, Work of the Year 1900, (649)
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Tonnage under Construction in the United Kingdom, Juno 30th and September 30th, (62)
  • Navy List for November, The, Does Britannia Rule tho Waves ! 524
  • Naval Architecture, .Esthetic Principles of, 307, 429, 455
  • North of England District, Orders for New Steamers, (200)
  • Orders Booked by Elder, Dempster, and Co., Swan and Hunter, R. Craggs and Sons, W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., and other Northern Firms, (451)
  • Portholes, Question of Enlarged, 140, 162
  • Returns for the Year, (637)
  • Scheme, Extensive, (392)
  • Scotch Builders, Tonnage Launched in June and August, May, September, and October, (38), (253), (467)
  • Steamboats between Richmond and Ramsgate, 1823 1831, 286
  • Sunderland, November, (544)
  • Tonnage under Construction in the United Kingdom on 30th September, (392)
  • Warships under Construction on Juno 30th and September 30th, (62), (392)
  • Warships and their Machinery Building in England, Progress of, 632
  • Wear Builders, Output for the Year, (33)

Shipbuilding, Foreign, Naval, and Mercantile:

  • American, Cost of, 594
  • Developments, 418
  • Firms, (300)
  • Yacht Defender, Contract Placed with Herreshofs, 523
  • Continental, 457
  • Cramp’s Yard, Philadelphia, Hands Employed, (253)
  • France, Naval Construction in, 383
  • French Projects, (11)
  • French Yard, Forges et Chantiers do In Mediterranean, Torpedo Destroyers for Russia, 524
  • German, Activity iD, 192, (291)
  • Holland, Mr., his Now Submarine Boat, 521
  • Italian Mercantile Marine, The, (541)
  • New Type of Warship, According to M. Cnniberti’s Designs, 524
  • 1899, 1900,(611)
  • Lengthening Vessels in Germany, 192
  • Melville, Rear-Admiral, On the Machinery of Fighting Ships, 103, 115
  • Nicolaieff on the Black Sea, 524
  • Norway (137)
  • Russian Naval Estimates for 1901, (378)
  • Shafts, Protection of Tail, Motto! iu Use in Germany, 6
  • Spanish Projects, (691)
  • Steamers Plying on the Great American Likes, Innovations in the Construction of, (11), 376
  • Trieste, Important Contracts in Hand at the, Estabilimento, Tocnico, (440)
  • Turkish Government, Contract with Krupp's, (137)
  • United States, Naval Construction in the, 526
  • Navy Department’s Contract, (137)
  • New Works, San Francisco, 445
  • A Record Output, (318)
  • Returns, July, August, Sep¬tember, October, 1900, (491)
  • Tonnage, (62)
  • Vladivostok, Construction of Two Yards, (467)
  • Vulcan Shipbuilding Company’s Meeting nt Bremen, Capital to be Raised, (190), (291)
  • Wood, in America, 264
  • Yards on the Continent, Now, (291)

Shipping Accidents:

  • American Liner St. Paul, Serious, (467)
  • Border Knight, Replacing her Screw and Tail Shaft nt Sen, (125)
  • Gibraltar, Breakdown of tho, 91
  • Glory, Singular Mishap to tho New Battleship, (519)
  • Groat Western Mail Steamer Ibex Raised, (87)
  • Harbour Fire in New York, and the Question of Enlarged Portholes for Ships, 140, 162
  • Havock, Accident to the Destroyer, 287
  • Hoboken Disaster, North German Lloyd's Losses, (163)
  • Japanese Katsuragi, Disaster off the Chinese Coast to the, 624
  • Japanese Torpedo Boat Niji, Grounding of, 369, 624
  • Manx Qaeen, Mail Steamer, (608)
  • Mutine, Bursting of Belleville Boiler Tube, (641)
  • Ocean Liner Dolayed by a "Burnt Piston,” (263)
  • Oceanio, Accident to tho, (318)
  • Thunderer, Battleship, (476), 480
  • Tiger, Torpedo Boat Destroyer, Accidont to Stokers, (619)

Shipping News, Various:

  • Aürial Ships, 139, (392)
  • American-Hawaiian Steamship Company, The, (137)
  • American Shipping, Condition of, (554)
  • Antwerp Shipping Returns, (93), (163)
  • Antwerp and Rotterdam Returns for the First Half of 1900, (163)
  • Belleville Boilors, Ships with, (641)
  • Boston, U.S.A., 1899, Total Number of Foreign Vessels which Entered, (137)
  • British Admiralty and Barr and Stroud Transmitters, 521
  • British, to the Baltic, Decrease in, (163)
  • British Tonnage, Second-hand, Price Paid by
  • our Foreign Competitors for, (33)
  • Canada and the Southern Ports of Jamaica, Pro¬jected Service between, (87)
  • Castle Union Line, Orders Placed with Barclay, Curio, and Co., (544)
  • Christiania and Foreign Countries, 174
  • Coaling Competition at Berehaven amongst Ships of the Navy, (491)
  • Compagnie Maritime de la Seine’s Direct Goods Service between Paris and London, (33)
  • Engines, Auxiliary, in the Navy, (519)
  • Engine-room Artificers Serving in the Channel Squadron, Admiralty Regulations respecting the Drafting of, 494
  • Engineers in the United States Navy, 469, 495
  • Foreign Shipbuilders Continue to Enlist British Hands, (62)
  • French Naval Reforms, 521
  • French Navy, Increase of the, 581
  • German Joint-Stock Shipping Companies, Capital of, (392)
  • German Steamship Fleet, Increase of the, (137)
  • Greek Fleet, Proposal of the Greek Press with Reference to, (62)
  • Japan, Tenth in the List of Maritime Nations, (544)
  • Japanese, 104
  • Japanese Navy, Belleville Boilers in the, 542
  • July, 157
  • Lake Shipping Developments, 168, (637)
  • Steamers, American, (44)
  • Steamers, American, Iron Ore Cargoes Carried by, (519)
  • Machinery of Fighting Ships, Rear-Admiral Melville on the, 103, 115
  • Marine Notes, American, (44), (72)
  • Masts Ordered at Portsmouth, High, (163)
  • Mechanical Theory of Steamship Propulsion, by Robert Mansel, 179
  • Naval Engineers, 517, 545, 548, 593, 598, 618
  • in the United States Navy, 469, 495
  • Value of Heredity in, (641)
  • Officers and Warships, 640
  • Suggestions, 594
  • Navy, The, 441
  • List for November, The, Does Britannia Rule tho Waves ? 524
  • Magnifying Glasses to be Introduced into the (491)
  • Russian Ironclad to be Constructed at Nico¬laieff, 521
  • Pacific Squadron, Composition of, 524
  • Reinforcements for China, 641, 642
  • Screw and Tail Shaft of the Border Knight Replaced at Sea, (125)
  • Shipping Subsidy Bill, Discussion on the, in the Senate at Washington, (508)
  • Speed Records Across tho Atlantic, (239)
  • Tonnage Entered at Ports in the United King¬dom during the Seven Months end¬ing July 30th, 1900 and 1899, (163)
  • of all the Merchant Navies of the World, (519)
  • of Steamers owned in Groat Britain and other Countries, (5191
  • Traffic at Genoa, (392)
  • at Hamburg, (416), (392)
  • Maritime, between Hamburg and the Rhine, (416)
  • United States Navy Estimates, (544)
  • Naval Constructor F. T.
  • Bowles to be Appointed Chief Constructor of the, (591)
  • Vossels Fitted with Water- tube Boilers, 26, 56
  • Vessels Launchod in Juno and May this Year and Previous Years in Eng¬land (33)
  • in Juno and May this Year and Previous Years in Scotland, (33)
  • in November by English Shipbuilders, (59l)
  • in November by Scotch Ship¬builders, (508)
  • in the United Kingdom this Year and Previous Years, (33)
  • in the United Kingdom in the First Eleven Months of this Year and Last, (508)
  • Lost, Ac., Lloyd's Quarterly Return for Three Months ending December 31st, 1899,(213)
  • Statistical Tables of, Compiled by Lloyd’s Rogister, (44)
  • Totally Lost, Condemned, &o., Lloyd’s Register of, (239)
  • White Star Line Company’s Pamphlet, “ From the First Oceanic to the Second,” (33)
  • Steamer to Touch at Plymputh November Next, (33)
  • Wire lots Telegraphy, Ships fitted with, 82, (641)
  • Siberia, Area and Population, (619)
  • Signal Device for Mines, Mr, C. S. Herzig, 450
  • Simon, Mr., Invention for Sending a Type-written Message by Telephone, (318)
  • Simons and Co., Hopper Dredger La Puissante, 168, 230, 231, 240, 261
  • Simplicity and Complication, 368
  • Simplon Tunnol and the Interests of France, The, 412
  • Slag Cement, Analysis of the Finished, 218
  • Slag Cement, Road Made of, (416)
  • Slipways, Amorioan, 174
  • Smelting of Ore, Direot, (44)
  • Smelting by Water Gas, Blast Furnace, 153
  • Smith and Coventry, Limitod, Bovol Wheel Shaper, 186, 187, 188
  • Mr. Hamilton, 65
  • Mr. Shrapnel, On tho Coats of Motors for Street Cleansing, 276
  • Prof. R. IL, Training for Competition with the World, 319
  • Smithfield Club Show, (549)
  • Smoke Abatement, (32)
  • Nuisanco, Ilatilago Contractor Summoned for Causing, (440)
  • Prevention, 445, 639
  • Smyrna, Pumps and Agricultural Machinery in, 33
  • Snake Story, Tbo Latost, (11)
  • Soaring Flight, Note on, 499

Society, Aeronautical:

  • Flying Machine, Mr. P. T. Alexander on Count Zeppelin’s, (87)

Soclete Alsacienne de Constructions Mecanlques, Belfort:

  • Machine Tools (Supplement, November 23rd 1900)

Society of Arts:

  • Electrio Ojcillation, and Electric Waves, Prof. J. A. Fleming, 570
  • Opening Meeting and Arrangements for the Meetings before Christmas, (499), (530)

Society, Bath and West and Southern Counties:

  • Datos of Show, 1901, (11)

Society, Boilermakers’ and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders’:

  • Monthly Report, The Council Complain of Members Losing Time through Drinking and Neglecting their Work, (392)
  • Quarterly Report, (491)

Society of Civil Engineers, American:

  • Iron and St9el Rails in America, Mr. R. W. Hunt, 5
  • Official Reception in Groat Gaorge-strooC,
  • Westminster, President Sir Douglas Fox, 5
  • Visit to Ludwig Loewe and Co.’s Works, Berlin, 82, 83

Society, Civil and Mechanical Engineers’:

  • Annual Dinner, 10
  • Steam Engine Valves, Prof. R. II. Smith on, 600
  • Training for Competition with the World, Pre¬sidential Address, Prof. R. H. Smith, 349, 600

Society of Engineers, The Amalga¬mated :

  • Forty-seventh Annual Meeting, Election of Council and Officers, Premiums for Papers, &c., 621
  • Annual Dinner, (572), (600)
  • Jubilee, Celebration of its, (73), (530)
  • Lodge in Sheffield, Another, (225)
  • London District Committee’s Action with Regard to Raising the Minimum Rates of the Trade, (213)
  • Monthly Report and Appointed of Mr. J. Anderson, (424), (425)
  • Quarterly Report, 199

Society, Glasgow University Engineering:

  • Automobilism up to Dato, Mr. Shrapnel Smith, (617)
  • Engineering Experience in Relation to Re¬search, Mr. T. A. B. Carver, (602)
  • Visit to the Works of Alley and McLellan, (535)

Society, Glasgow and West of Scot¬land Technical College Scientific:

  • Opening Meeting, 397
  • Paper by Mr. H. I). Jackson, On the Organisa¬tion of a Workshop, (499)

Society, Manchester Geological:

  • Election of President, Mr. G. C. Greenwell, and Report, (377)
  • Geogological Features of Victoria, Australia, Mr. Jas. Stirling on, (377)
  • Siberian Railway, Mr. Mark Stirrup on the Great, (505)

Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American :

  • Automobile Wagon for Heavy Duty, Arthur Horschemann, 96, 120, 121
  • Cylinder Proportions for Compound and Triple- expansion Engines, Mr. B. C. Ball, 97
  • Total Membership, 213 Society of Model Engineers, The:
  • Annual General Mooting and Conversazione, Dates of, 504
  • Engine of his Now Model Torpedo Boat Described by Mr. Hastings, (66)
  • Glasgow Branch, (535)
  • Great Eastern Trains and Times, Mr. C. E. Oxbrow, 287
  • Sixth Monthly Meeting, (254)
  • Visit to tho Southwark nnd Vauxhall Water¬works Pumping Station, (87)

Society, Miners' Provident:

  • Quarterly Report, 278
  • Society, National Lecture:
  • Lectures on British Industries, (114)

Society, Physical:

  • Magnetic Field of Electric Tramways, Prof. A. W. Rucker, 641

Society of Railway Servants, Amal¬gamated :

  • Bell, Mr., Elected M.P. for Darby, Maddison, Mr., Rejected for Sheffield, (365)
  • Support the North-Eastern Men for Advance in Wages, (378)
  • SOUTHWOLD Sewage Extensions, [21
  • Speed Controller, Consolidated, 212
  • Sponges, Artificial, Process for Making, (440)
  • Spraying Machine for the Vine, A New, (137)
  • Staiths Coal, American, 552
  • Stairways, Moving, for the Manhattan Elevated Stations, (111)
  • Steam Rollers, Upkeep of, 413
  • Traps, 145
  • Trap, The Tunley, 97
  • Turbines, 441, 475
  • Valve, Isolating, 528
  • Wet and Dry, and a New Form of Calori¬meter for Measuring it, Prof. J. Good¬man, 290
  • Steel, American, Increasing Arrivals of, (554)
  • American, from Lake Erie, for Avonmouth, (191)
  • Balls, American Machine for Making Spherical, (11)
  • Casting Plant, American, (14)
  • Chains, Weldlese, 537
  • and Concrete Factory Construction, Pitts¬burgh, 327
  • Cutting at 160ft. per Minute, 232
  • in Cycle Construction, Mr. D. Flather on, (15)
  • High Chromium and Low Carbon, 384
  • Hotel, near Waterloo Railway Station, American, (265)
  • in India, Manufacturo of Cast, over 2000 Years old, (11)
  • and Iron Exports from the United States, (163)
  • New Tool, (247)
  • -making Process, The Talbot Continuous, (527)
  • Manufacture, Progress in, 15
  • Output, France, (554)
  • Output, United States, by the Basic and the Acid Process, (365)
  • Plates and Angle Steel for Scotch Ship¬builders, Carnegie, (591)
  • Progress in the Southern States, (589)
  • Roof, Rapid Erection of a (Kansas City), 148
  • Ship Plates delivered to Workman, Clark, and Co., R»jecti.n of American, (523), (603)
  • Ship Plates, Reaction of American Con¬signment to Glasgow, explained, 523
  • into Swansea, Sir J. Jenkins on the Effect of American Importation of, (491)
  • Trade, American, 139
  • Viaduct Construction, New York, 327
  • Works, Japanese Government’s, 357
  • Stephenson and Co., Limited, Messrs , New Engineering Works at DarliDgton, (46)
  • Sterilisation, Water and Sewage, 437
  • Stevenson and Bros., Belts, (249)
  • Stirling Boiler Company’s Show of Models, (440)
  • Stockport Water Supply, (440)
  • Stokers, Automatic, 63
  • Stone-dressing Machino, Brunton and Trier's, 446
  • Strathern's Weldless Steel Chains, 537
  • Stream-Line Theory, Ship Resistance and the, 141
  • Street Cleansing and Watering, Costs of Motors for, 276
  • Street Widening in London, Cost of, (33)
  • Strowger Automatic Telephone Exchange of Chicago, Automatic Switch Purchased by the German Government, (239)
  • Students, A Few Questions for, 295
  • Subway, Pedestrian Traffic through the Mansion House, (416)
  • Sugar Refineries, Japan, (637)
  • Sulphur Mines in Chili, Company Formed to Work the, (392)
  • Sulphur Ore Works in Russia, at Dugbestan, (291)
  • Superheater and Separator, A Controllable, 443, 475
  • Soperheater>, s.s. Inchdoune and Inchmarlo, 597, (606)

Supplements:

  • Eig'ne and Dynamo, Horizontal Compound, L. J^ng and Ganz and Co., Paris Exhibition, September 28tb, 1900
  • Triple-expansion, A. Borsig, Paris Exhi¬bition, July 20th, 1900
  • Triple-expansion Horizontal, Bromley Brothers, Moscow, Paris Exhibition, November 16th, 1900
  • Vertical Compound, 600 Horse power, Sociétó Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques, November 2nd, 1900
  • 2500 Vertical Triple-expansion, Verein- igte Maschinen Fabrik Augsburg und Mascbinenbau Gesellschaft, Nürn¬berg, August 24th, 1900
  • Gasholders at Saltley, Four-lift, Mr. H, Hack, December 21st, 1900
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, Eastern Rail¬way of Franco, July 6th and July 13th, 1900
  • Locomotives, Compound and Simple, Socié.é Suisse, Winterthur, November 30th, 1900
  • Locomotive, Express, Prussian State Railways, Herr A. Borsig, September 7th, 1900
  • Fonr-cylinder Compound, Chemin de Fer du Nord, MM. du Bos¬quet et de Glehn, Docember 7th, 1900
  • Six-coupled Express, Southern Railway of Italy, Sig. Henry Plancher, Paris Exhibition, Octo¬ber 5th and 19th, 1900
  • Machine Tools, Some Continental and British, November 23rd, 1900
  • Panama Canal, Plan of the, October 26th, 1900 SWAN, Mr. John G., (650)
  • Switzarland, Total Imports into, (611)
  • Sydney, Cleansing of the City, (201)
  • Sydney Harbour Collieries, Extension Works. (291)
  • Harbour Trust, (400)
  • Symons, Mr. G. J., Memorial to, (510)

T

  • TALBOT Continuous Steel Process Limited Com¬pany, The, (527)
  • Tamworth Sewage Schemes, (190)
  • Tamworth Waterworks Extension Scheme, (114)
  • Taps with Metric Screw Threads, (249)
  • Taylor and Challen, Limited, Screw Press and Squaring Shears, 142, 143
  • Technical Education Board of the London County Council, Total Expenditure of the, (291)
  • Schools in Argentine, (365)
  • Training in Germany to include One Year in a Workshop, (318)
  • Technological Work of the Board of Education, The, (508)
  • Telegraph Line, French Congo, (318)
  • Telegraphic Communication with South and East Asia, 395
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 32, 33, (83), (114), (213), 218, 318, 329, (416) ; between Portsmouth and Portland, (213); Cruiser Diadem, 32 ; Experi¬ments between Ilfracombe and the Welsh Coast, (114); German Warships to be Fitted with, (83); Marconi’s System Adopted for the British Navy, 218 ; Prof. Baum’s Experiments with his System, (318); Mr. Ritchie and, (33)
  • Telephone Competition in Russia, Important, 148
  • Decision, Important to Users of, (544)
  • Lines from Germany, (114)
  • Pay Station, Automatic, on an Atlantic Liner, (440)
  • Service in Guatemala, 162
  • System in Indiana, A Cheap and Novel, (163)
  • Transmission of Type written Message by, (318)
  • Telescope, A New Large, (402)
  • Telescopes, The World’s Largest, 314
  • Temperature of the Free Air, Dr. Hergesell’s Paper on the, (87)
  • Tempering Tools, French Plan for, (87)
  • Tenby Water Supply, (557)

Tenders:

  • Armour, Ordnance Bureau of the United States Navy Department Asks for, 67
  • Cruisers, Six Armoured, United States Invites, (392)
  • Harbour at Scheveningen, The Netherlands Government Invites, (519)
  • Ironware and Iron Piping for State Railways in Java, Netherlands Colonial Ministry Invite, (114)
  • Motor Dust Cart, London, (440)
  • Port at Simons Bay, Sir John Jackson's Accepted for New, (163)
  • Water-tube Boilers for the Challenger and Encounter, Devonport Dockyard Invited by the Admiralty, (440)
  • THEODOLITES and their Failure, 599
  • Thermometer in Gormany, The Centigrade in, (213)
  • Thornycroft’s Steam Tipping Wagon, 31
  • Thunderstorm at Manchester, its Effect on the Electric Light and Power Station, (239)
  • Tides, Lecture on, to be Delivered at Greenock, (365)
  • Timber, Haskinised, Experiments with, on Indian Railway, (239)
  • Preserving, (440)
  • Trade, Dantzig, (230)
  • Trade, Galatz, (416)
  • Trade, White Sea, (491)
  • Tin Mining, Cornish, 172 Plates, 497
  • Plate Works Offered for Sale, South Wales, (591)
  • Plating not a Poisonous Trade, Dr. Legge Declares, (163)
  • Tire Hammer for Railway Wheels, New Form of, 300
  • Tools, English v. American, 549
  • Machine, Continental and British—see Supplement, November 23/W, 19C0
  • Pneumatic Labour-saving, 446
  • Steel. New, (247)
  • Traction by Kites, 193
  • Tractive Force, Resistance and Acceleration of Trains, Mr. A. Mallock on the Measurement of, 269, 323
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 23, 46, 74, 101, 125, 176, 226, 279, 305, 329, 353, 379, 427, 453, 480, 507, 531, 555, 579, 603, 625, 651
  • of Chin Kiang, Report on the, (87)
  • Trade-mark Case, Japan, Another, (45)
  • Training for Competition with the World, Prof. R. H. Smith, 349
  • Training of Mechanical Engineers (*w Engineers)

Tramways, Electric, and other:

  • Astraohan, (163)
  • Australian, (400), 491
  • Bath and Environs, (114)
  • Beckenham to the Crystal Palace and Croydon, Proposed,(591)
  • Bjlton, Bad Condition of the Lines, (611)
  • Bradford, 272
  • Buenos Ayres, (637)
  • Cardew, Cornelius C.’s Letter Headed, 162
  • Cars Operated by Compressed Air in New York and Chicago, (637)
  • Castleford, Electric, (440)
  • Chester, (365)
  • Chicago, Underground System, (174)
  • Derby Electric, (440)
  • Dudloy and Sedgley, (114)
  • Dundee, Electric, A Protection Guard for the Cars, (440)
  • Durham County, (265)
  • Edinburgh, Portobollo Section, New Cable Power Station, (440)
  • Folkestone, (318)
  • Frankfort, (137)
  • German, Accidents and Brakes on, 263
  • Glasgow, 91
  • Gloucester, (392)
  • Great Orme's Head, A Mountain, (265)
  • Kertch, in Yenikale, (637)
  • Kingston Yalo to Esher, Opposed by the Duke of Cambridge, (11)
  • Lake District, (265), ('291). (467)
  • Lancaster to Morecambe, (137)
  • Leeds, Collection of Fares, (293)
  • Corporation Electric Tramways Gene¬rating Station, New- Engines and Boiler-house, (291)
  • Tramway Plant, 588, 589, 592
  • Liverpool, (163), (239)
  • Locomotive, Lyons-Neuville Lines, Sooiété Suisse, Winterthur, 541
  • London, Camberwell Green to Vauxhall, Elec¬tric, (440)
  • County Council’s Bill, (87); Sohomes for, (402), (544); Appoint an Elec¬trical Engineer, (611)
  • Extensions, 118
  • Prof. Kennedy's Underground Con¬duit System Approved for, (508)
  • Madrid, (114)
  • Magnetic Field of Electric, Prof. A. W. Rucker on, (641)
  • Maidstone District, (291), (400)
  • Manchester, (410), (544), (601), (611)
  • Morecambe, (190)
  • Moscow, Electric, (519)
  • Munich, (213)
  • New South Wales, 597
  • New York, 117, (318)
  • Norwich, (137)
  • Oldham, (137), (392)
  • Oran in Algeria, (137)
  • Paris Congress, Mr. Scotter on the Distinction between Light Railways and, (318)
  • Paris and Suburbs, (190)
  • Poltawa, (291)
  • Power Consumption of Electric Tram Cars, Mr. A. H. Binyon on, (33)
  • Preston, (239)
  • Rhyl, (318)
  • Richmond to Acton, Kew Observatory Officials' Opposition to, (508)
  • Scotch, Port Glasgow through Greenock, (467)
  • Sheffield, (137), (440), (467)
  • Shepherd's Bush to Acton, (508)
  • South Lancashire, (519)
  • Steel Rails, Life of, 77
  • Sunderland, (137), (163), (265)
  • Surrey, (265)
  • Swansea, Electric, (22)
  • Sydney North Shore, Comparison as between Cable and Electric Working, (478)
  • Tramway Construction, Recent, Mr. W. Dawson on, 272
  • United States, Brooklyn and Rockaway Beach, (400)
  • Vera Cruz, (591)
  • Wrexham, (137)
  • TROLLEY, The Lombard Gorin, 269
  • Trust Formed in Germany by Manufacturers of First-class Tools and Iron and Steel Goods, (163)
  • T-square Club, 504
  • Tube Trade, The, 166
  • Tunley Steam Trap, The, 97, 145
  • Tunnel, Gibraltar to Tangiers, Project for, (467) Great, (397)
  • Simplon, Progress of, (365)
  • Thames, Proposed and Authorised, (31), (62)
  • Turbine-propelled Channel Steamers, 91
  • Turbines, Steam, 444, 475
  • Turf, Paper Made out of, (253)
  • Turf Works in Russia, (253)
  • Twinberrow, Mr.. On the Capacity of Railway Wagons as Affecting the Cost of Transport, 514, 522, 526
  • Tyne Improvement Commissioners, 299
  • Tynemouth Water Supply, (416)
  • Type-writtenMessagesTransmitted by Telephone, (318)
  • Typhoid and Flies, 499

U

  • UNION Switch and Signal Company, Contract Secured by, (145)
  • United States Colleges and Technical Schools, Munificent Gifts to, (291)
  • Competition, 418
  • Exports for the Fiscal Year End¬ing June 30th, (11)
  • Geological Survey, The, 197
  • Population of, (440)
  • Senate and Nicaragua Canal, 616
  • University College, Liverpool, (290)

V

  • VALPARAISO, Drainage System Neodcd, (213)
  • Valparaiso, Foundries at, (239)
  • Valves, Gas Engine, 96
  • Internal Combustion Engine. 19
  • Isolating Steam, Richard Klinger and Co., 528
  • and Valve Gearing, Prof. R. II. Smith on, 600
  • Vapour Preventer Company, Electric Vapour Pre¬venter, 398
  • Vaughan, Mr. Thos.,,(578)
  • Ventilation, 444, 475
  • Ventilation of Drawing-offices, 518
  • Ventilation and Heating, 441, 475, 519, 573, 599, 619, 645
  • Viaduct Gasworks, Nottingham, 218
  • Vulcanite or Ebonite Nails, (87)
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, War Material, Paris Exhibition, 282
  • Victoria Nyanza, Tbo, 619
  • Vincent, Sir Howard, his Strictures on the Great Eastern Railway Directors for Ordering Rails Abroad, 546, 565
  • Voloinic Stone Sea Walls, 146
  • Vulcin Ironworks for Sal®, (426)

W

  • WALCOTT, Mr. C. D., Tho United States Geological Survey, 197
  • Walker Engineering Laboratories, Liverpool, (9)
  • Walker, Maynard, and Co., Limited, Launch of the Firm of, (553)
  • War Material, Paris Exhibition, 210, 211, 282, 285, 332, 382
  • War-office, Contractors to the, Circular sent to, (33)
  • Ward, Leonard, System of Driving Printing Machinery by Electricity, 528
  • Waste Gases from Blast Furnaces in Germany, Utilisation of, (114)
  • Waste of Water and its Prevention, 145, 162, 212, 261
  • Waste in Water Supply of Towns, Recording Meter for Detection of, 498, 500
  • Watches, Output of, in Switzerland, (591)
  • Watch Trade in Turkey. Impetus to the, (33)
  • Water, Gainsborough, New Boring for, (23)
  • Gauge, Reflex, Aluminium, R. Klinger and Co., (508)
  • in Locomotive Boilers, Effects of Hard and Soft in, (10)
  • Meters Introduced in Bombay, (372)
  • Molecular Constitution of, 599
  • Power, Ottawa’s, (491)
  • and Sewage Sterilisation, 437
  • Water Supply, 445, 475, 499, 517, 549, 573, 619
  • of Chicago, (467). 576
  • East London Water Company’s Bill, (52)
  • Glasgow, 531 India, (508)
  • Liverpool, 69
  • London, (253), (365), 467, 475, 497, 499, 517, 588, (591), 616
  • Metropolitan, (33), (137), (467), 497
  • New York, 458
  • Paris, 83
  • Penzance, (611)
  • Question of, 394, 499
  • Stockport, (637)
  • Tenby, (611)
  • Towns, Recording Meter for Detention of Waste in the, 498, 500
  • Tunnels of Chicago, 576
  • Water Waste of, Cost of Detention and Preven¬tion, Mr. A. J. Jenkins on, 7, 43
  • Water Waste and its Prevention, 95, 96, 118, 145, 162, 212, 264, 444
  • Weatherburn, Mr. Robt., On the Causes of the Wear and Tear of Fire-boxes of Locomotives, 630
  • Weights and Measures Act, Board of Trade’s Report on their Proceedings under the, (591)
  • Welding Experiments, M. Spring’s, (624)
  • Welding and Tempering Compound, Mr. Melvin C. Dean’s Patent, (467)
  • Weldless Steel Chain Patents, 537
  • Welding Two Pieces of Iron or Steel, Plates for, (33)
  • Welin Breech Screw, Krupp’s Modified, 248
  • Wellington Foundry, Lincoln, 245
  • Wheat Export for Bahia Blanca, (163)
  • Wheatley Kirk, Price, and Co., Jubilee of the Firm of, (11)
  • Wheel Cuttting, Bevel, 212
  • Whitehead Torpedo Fired for a Test, (87)
  • Whitelaw Pneumatic Drill, 446
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Exhibitions, 231
  • Williams, Hal, on the Production of Distilled
  • Water for Ice-making Plants, 647
  • Wilson and Bennett’s Life-guard for Electric Tramcars, (351)
  • Wilson, Mr. Robt., on Glasgow’s Water Supply, (531)
  • Wire Gauge Micrometer, 220
  • Wireless Telegraphy for the Admiralty. (637)
  • at Inishtrahull, North Ire¬land, (611)
  • The Marconi System adopted for the British Navy, 218
  • between Portsmouth and Portland, (213)
  • Ships Fitted with, 32, £3, 218, 388, 544
  • see also Telegraphy, Wireless Wohler’s Laws, On, 203
  • Wood, Fireproofing and Preserving, (440)
  • Preservative, A New, 108, 145
  • for Street Paving, A New, 466
  • Working Machinery, Paris Exhibition,338, 339
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act:
  • Ball, Wm., r. Bolsover Colliery Company, 162
  • Falconer, Andrew, v. London and Glasgow
  • Engineering and Iron Shipbuilding Company, Limited, 512
  • Ferguson v. Green, 575
  • Hathaway v. Argus Printing Company, Limited, 576
  • Law, Jas., v. Craven Brothers, 436
  • Pattiiwon and Son Stevenson, 32
  • Raine <•. Johnson, 146
  • Reynolds, Alf., <•. Cravens, Limited, 512
  • Workmen’s Compensation and Employers’ Lia¬bility Acts, 159
  • Workmen’s Property in his Invention, A, 112
  • Wiirtemberg, Italians Employed in the Manu¬factories, (491)

X Y Z

  • XYLOSOTE, 108
  • Yorkshire Coal Trade—Coal Trade, Yorkshire Young’s Dovetailing Machine, Paris Exhibition, 338
  • Zeppelin’s Flying Machine, (87), (318), (611)
  • Zinc and Cadmium, Boiling Points of, (190)