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A

  • 1900, 15

Accidents, Fines, Boiler Explosions, &c.:

  • Aber Explosion, The, 571
  • Acetylene Explosion, 137
  • Boiler Explosions, 62, 98. Ill, (123), 173, 238, (294)
  • California, Komarkablo, (294)
  • Knottingley, 280, 349, 379, 404
  • SydenLain, 62 Westerfield. 98
  • Bradley and Co.’s Ironworks, Two Men Killed, (347)
  • Chilworth Gunpowder Works, (168)
  • Colliery Disasters, Queen Victoria and, 151
  • Monmouthshire and South Wales, (78)
  • Great Western Fund, (78)
  • Rhondda, and Cwmtillery Collieries, (360)
  • Sir Jas. Joicey’s Philadelphia, East Durham, 678
  • Fatal, in Mines and Quarries of the United Kingdom in 1899-1900, (65)
  • Fire on Premises of Geo. Clark, Limited, (13) Gun, 670
  • Iron Plate Rolling Mill, Ongréa, near Liège, (374)
  • Lilt, on the City and South London Riilway, 43
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company’s Station, Bursting of a Steam Pipe, (347)
  • Newbnrn Steel Works, Mr. J. H. Craig Killed whilst Testing an Anchor, (347)
  • Oil Lamp, Raising of Flash-point recommended to avoid Accidents, (215)
  • Overwinding, Welsh Colhery, (104)
  • Pier at Ramsden Dock, Barrow, Destroyed by Fire,(622)
  • Rubber Tire Manufacturing Company’s Works, Aston, (667)
  • Shipbuilding Yard of Craig, Taylor, and Co., (77), (100)
  • Statue, “La Parisienne,” Smashed to Atoms, Telephone Pole, Fall of, (294)
  • Telephone Wires at Liverpool. Fall of, (141)
  • Trolley Wires in Liverpool, Fall of Overhead, (451)
  • Water-tube Boiler, in French Navy, since 1890, (13)
  • Admiralty Apologists, (312)
  • Admiralty and Recruiting in the Engine-room, Artificer Branch, (191)
  • Advice Gratis, 93
  • Agar’s Indicator Reducing Gear, 200
  • Agricultural Implements, Opening for, in Aleppo, (507)
  • Implements in use in Greece, (321)
  • Implements Imported into Turkey Duty Free, (2Ö4)
  • Machinery in Poland, Demand for, (539)
  • Machinery in Russia, American, (507)
  • Machinery, Russian Output of, (673)
  • Air Compressors, Curtis Hoists and, 278
  • D’Auria’s, 578, 629
  • Fraser and Chalmers Company’s Compound Vertical, 408
  • Taylor’s, 605
  • Alaska, Marble Quarries Discovered, (374)
  • Alexandria, Drainage Works at, (216)
  • Allan, Mr. Wm., Banquet to, (622)
  • Alloys of Nickel and Steel, Application of the Peculiar Thermal Properties of, (565)
  • Aluminium Alloys, Mr. A. McAdams’ Crnoib'.e for the Manufacture of, (215)
  • Flux for Soldering, 378, 675
  • Its Influence od the Magnetic Qualities of Cast Iron, (539)
  • and Magnesium, New Alloy of, (347)
  • Progress of, 283, 329, 337, 379 Welding, Secret Process, (123)
  • Almanacs, Diaries, &c., 26, 47, 76, 162
  • America and the Russian Market, (514)
  • American Agricultural Machinery in Russia, (507)
  • American Competition, 41, 552
  • Entrance Examinations to be held in London by the Mass. Institute of Technology, (507)
  • Mr. Jas. Swifton, 302 South Wales Steel Trade and, (168)
  • Education in Manchester, (121)
  • Firms and Indian Railway Contracts, 591
  • Workmen, Mr. C. II. Cramp on, (141)
  • Analysis by Experts, 623
  • AndersoD, Mr. K., on the De Laval Steam Tur¬bine, 277
  • Andrew and Co., Limited, J. E. H., New Machinery and Plant for Production of Gas
  • Engine, (581)
  • Anemometer, Device for Transmitting Indica¬tions of, to a Distance, (347)
  • Angel, Professor Henry, 599
  • Anniston Pipe Foundry, U.S.A., 390, 391
  • Anthony-Pollok Competition, The, (405)

Appointments and Resignations:

  • Back, Mr. Fred., Resignation New and Appoint¬ment, (425)
  • Barry, Sir John Wolfe, Resignation, (215)
  • Beare Professor T. Hudson, Appointment, (397)
  • BuchanaD, Mr. G. C., Retirement and New Appointment, (168), (397)
  • Bullough, Mr. R. C., (477)
  • Campbell - Thompson, Mr., Retirement and Successor of, (123)
  • Cartwright, Mr., Appointment, (263)
  • Crawford, Mr. Jas., (103)
  • Dana, Mr. R. W., (53Ö)
  • Darley, Mr. C. W., (583)
  • Fraser, Mr. E. II., Great Central Railway Company, (103)
  • Garrod, Mr. J. R., (263)
  • Gowan, Mr. A. B., (212)
  • Holmes, Mr. George, Chairman of the Irish Board of Works, 316
  • Hopwood, Mr. Francis J. S., (565)
  • Jarvine, Mr. David, (215)
  • Jones, Mr. Brace, (360)
  • Law, Mr. W. G., Resignation, (641)
  • Local Government Board, (622)
  • Mackenzie, Mr. R. T., (39)
  • McLeon, Captain Angus (374)
  • Mathieson, Mr. J., (215), (408), (641)
  • May, Captain Wm. Hy., (347)
  • Oliphant, Mr. John, (153)
  • Richards, Mr. A. W., (103)
  • Soott, Mr. Wm., (451)
  • Sydney Harbour Trust, the Members of, (408)
  • Taylor, Mr. H. Worsley, Great Central Rail¬way Company, (103)
  • Teague, Mr., (212)
  • Thomson, jun., Mr. John, (397)
  • Turner, Mr. Geo. H., Retirement, (215)
  • Unsworth, Mr. H. G., (263)
  • Wieland, Mr. G. B., (477)
  • Wilson, Rear-Admiral, Retirement, 347
  • Aqueduct for Supply of Water from Loch Katrine to Glasgow, (667)
  • Arch, Revival of the Stone, 639
  • Ardwick Engineering Company, Out6ts for Tug Purposes and Motor Car Engines, (489)

Armour:

  • Carbon Steel Company’s Process, Pittsburgh, (426)
  • German State Foundry for Production of, (268)
  • Government Orders for, (26)
  • Plate Manufacture in Germany. (263), 626
  • Plate by the Krupp Process, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co. obtains the Privilege of Making, (539), (654)
  • Plate, Openshaw, 405
  • Plates, Price of, for the German Navy, (260)
  • Plates, Works at Eddystone, U.S., for Manu¬facture of, (451)
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Colonel
  • Vickers’ Statement as regards Delivery of Armour Plates, 333
  • Armstrong, Lord (with Portrait), 7
  • Lord Armstrong, Memorialised by his Nephew's Gift to Newcastle Infirm¬ary, (294)
  • Personal Estate of, (242)
  • Arnold. Professor J. 0., (Internal Architecture of Steel, 49
  • Artesian Wells in Queensland, (425)
  • Artificial Illnminants, Physical and Chemical Effect of, 421
  • As an Englishman Sees It, 541, 577, 602, 649
  • Asbestos Deposits in Quebec Province, Opening for English Capital, (215)
  • Asphalt and Petroleum Beds, Vera Cruz, Immense, (374)
  • Asquith, Mr. W., 292

Association, American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way :

  • Second Annual Meeting ; Its Constitution, Committee, &o., (424)

Association, Central Technical College, Old Students’:

  • Fourth Annual Dinner, 654

Association, Cold Storage and Ice :

  • Practical Insolation, Mr. P. F. Kensett, (191)

Association of Engineers, Leeds : Election of Officers, (424)

  • Mechanical Stokers, Mr. J. Geldard, 165
  • Superheated Steam, Mr. J. C. Jefferson, (356)
  • Textile Machinery, Mr. R. W. Crabtree, (450)

Association of Engineers, Manchester: Future of Engineering, Mr. H. Hodgson on,

  • 64
  • Lubrication, Forced, Mr. C. Day, 199 Members Newly Elected, (279)
  • School and Work, Mr. Hodgson, (177,

Association of Foreman Engineers and Draughtsmen, London:

  • Forty-eighth Anniversary of, (507)
  • Workshop Practice at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, Mr. E. C. Amos, (223), 247, 276

Association, Manchester Steam Users’:

  • Boilers under their Inspection ; their Chemical Laboratory, (641)

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham :

  • March Monthly Meeting, Paper upon “The Life and Inventions of R. Trevithick,” Mr. A. Titley, (238)
  • Visit to the Iron and Steel Works of Sir A. Hickman, (408)
  • Visit to the Whiteacre Waterworks, (555)

Association, Scottish Electrical Con¬tractors :

  • Constitution, Rules, and Membership, (451)

Association of Tramway and Light Railway Officials, Northern and Midland Counties’:

  • Inaugural Meeting in Sheffield, 405
  • Official Monthly Circular, (451)
  • Visit to the Hecla Works, 405
  • Association, United Machine Workers’:
  • Annual Report, (521)

Association of Waterworks Engi¬neers, British:

  • Annual Meeting, Papers to be Read, 473, 656
  • Assuan Dam, Tho, (141), 485
  • Reservoir, The, 547
  • Astronomer - Royal's Reports as to Rainfall, Sunshine, and Mean Temperature, &o., (641)
  • Atmosphere Consists Mainly of Hydrogen, Altitude at which, (89)
  • Australian Commonwealth’s Effect on Patents and Trade Marks, 47
  • Axle-Lathe and Screw Machine, 74

B

  • BACH, C., On the Strength and Dactility of Bronze in Relation to Temperature, 340
  • Balloon, Dr. Barton’s War, (667)
  • Barometer for Balloon Observations, Mr. K. T. Fischer’s, (39)
  • Barrel, Shaking, Goodman’s Patent, 486
  • Barrow Hematite Steel Company’s Works Re¬-started, (65)
  • Barrow Steel Company’s Circular to Debenture Holders, (477)
  • Barton, Dr., llis War Balloon, (667)
  • Beams, Theory of Cast Iron, Mr. E. V. Clark, 433
  • Beet Sugar Factory, Fremont, United States, 488
  • Utah, United States, (429)
  • Belgian Metallurgical Industry, Slack State of, (460)
  • Belgium, Trade of, (641)
  • Bell Bros., The Clarence Iron and Steel Works of Messrs., 578
  • Bell Rock Lighthouse, 589, 653
  • Belting, Textile, 548
  • Bessemer Converters, Stagnation in the Construc¬tion of, (123)
  • Steel Production, 420
  • Steel Production in the United States, 1899-1900, (425)
  • Bevis, Mr. R. R., 190
  • Bicycles, Allowance to Officers and Soldiers using their own, (667)
  • Bicycles io Greece, (191)
  • Bilbao Ore, (622)
  • Biles, Prof. J. H., On the Education of a Ship¬builder, 150

Bills:

  • Alexandra Dock and Railway, (52) Barrow-in-Furness Water Supply, (507)
  • Bristol Channel Schemes, (228)
  • Bristol Corporation Dock and Railway, Passed,
  • (679)
  • Canadian Government's Pacific Cable, (539)
  • Cardiff Corporation, Passed, (679)
  • Cape-Natal Railway, (641)
  • Derwent Valley Water, 376
  • Electric Lighting Provisional Orders, (451)
  • Fairford and Cirencester Railway Line, (215), (477,
  • Grimsby, Dock, Sea Walls, Railways, &c., (39), (242)
  • Ilkeston Corporation and Heanor Urban Dis¬trict Council’s, (100)
  • London County Council's Tramways, (294)
  • Manchester and Liverpool Electric Railway, (62), 480
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board’s, (13)
  • Mond Gas, (451), (507), 560, 590, (606), (622)
  • North British Railway, (595)
  • Private, in Parliament, 503, 536
  • Railway Company’s Expenses in Promoting and Opposing, (242)
  • Railway, Tramway, Street Improvements, &e., Read February 25th, (215)
  • Salford Water Supply, (13)
  • Ship Subsidy, United States, (294)
  • Stalybridge, Hyde, Mossley, and Dukinfield Electric Tramways, (622)
  • South-Western and Isle of Wight Junction Railway Company’s Tunnel Scheme, (242)
  • Steam Engine and Boilers, 455
  • Steam Engines and Boilers (Persons in Charge), (661)
  • Stockport Water Supply, (611)
  • Swansea, Dook at, (191), (228)
  • Swansea Harbour, 52
  • Thames Deep-water Dook Soheme, (6)
  • Thames River Service, Metropolitan District
  • Railway’s Opposition to, Thrown out, (294) (347)
  • Underground Railways for London, (477)
  • Welsh Railway, (13), (252)
  • Wolverhampton and Cannock Chase Railway, (333)
  • Wolverhampton Corporation Water, Rejected, Black, Acetylene, (451)
  • Blast Furnace Plants of Great Britain, Statistical Position of, (397)
  • Blast Furnace Practice in America and Coal Con¬sumption, (263)
  • Bleaching Liquor, A German Apparatus for Pro¬ducing, (451)
  • "Blue Lias" Lime, 427
  • Boer Field Arti'lery, 415

Boilers:

  • Auxiliary, s.s. Pinna, 276
  • Babcock and Wilcox, for tho Hermes. (641)
  • Belleville, and the Admiralty, (210), (291)
  • M. Belleville on, 376
  • French Naval Authorities on our
  • Admiralty's Condemnation of, (294)
  • Machinery for Manufacture of, 247
  • Supplied to the Navy and in Order, Bill, Steam Engine and, 455
  • Committee Appointed by the Admiralty, (141), 274
  • Corrugated Furnace Type of Locomotive, Mr. C. Vandorbilt on the, (141)
  • Cylindrical and Belleville, Trials to Test their Relative Endurance and Cost, (65)
  • Design of Locomotive, 404
  • Distribution of Heat in, 479
  • Double-tube, Mr. John Irving on a Form of, 346, 354
  • Explosions in France, 111
  • Knottingley, 230, 349, 379, 404 Sydenham, 62
  • Westerlield, 98
  • Fuel Economiser for Steam, 318
  • Government Inspection of, Canada, (641)
  • Houses of Parliament, Oldham Boiler Works Company, Limited, (538)
  • Inspection, (674)
  • Inspection, Mr. Fenwick on, (191)
  • Machino Used in the Construction of, Fielding and Platt, Limited, 599
  • Manchester Steam Users’ Association, Number of Boilers under their Inspection, (641)
  • Navy, 295, 323, 466, 669
  • Niclausse Water-tube, 339
  • Okes-Servo Water-tube, 651
  • Paris Exhibition, 291, 311
  • Reflector Used to Product Steam in a, 402
  • Solignac, 653
  • Steam, Burninghaus Company, 291
  • Steam, Herr II. Paucksch, 292 S.S. Port Antonio’s, 458
  • Steel Tubes for Locomotive, United Slates, 222
  • Steel Tubes for Locomotive, Lap-welded, (121)
  • Sugar Factory, 424
  • Superheaters upon, 578
  • Tubes and Wire Ropes in the Witwatersrand Mines, Demand for (321)
  • Water-tube, 552
  • Belleville, 65, (210), 215,247, (294), 876
  • Bietrix Nicolot and Cie., 291
  • in the British and other Navies, Mr. K. J. Worth on, 459
  • Circulation in, 400, 405
  • Corrosion of, 350
  • Durr, 316, (347), 403, 425, 557, 586
  • Experiments on a Niclausse, 339
  • Mr. Edwin Griffith on, 519, 552
  • Interim Report of tho Committee, 269, 274, 304
  • Lyall’s, 424
  • Niclausse, 339
  • not Economical, (409)
  • Oil Burner for Raising Steam in, (622)
  • The Okes-Serve, 651
  • Petry-Doroux, 311
  • Petzhold and Co.’s, 311
  • Simonis and Lanz, 311
  • Solignac, 442, 466
  • Steinmuller, 312
  • Syllabus of Mr. Loslio Robertson’s Lectures on, 175
  • Thornoycroft-Marshall, 157
  • Boiler, Work done in a, 642
  • Bolometer, Prof. S. P. Langley’s, (539)
  • Boring and Drilling Machines, British. Glasgow Exhibition (Supplement, June28tk, 1901)
  • BoriDg Machine, Turret Head, George Richards and Co., Limited, 124
  • Boring Machine, Universal Facing and, George Richards and Co., Limited, 124
  • Boring Mill, 18ft., John Hetherington and Sons, 423, 424
  • BoriDg and Turning Machine, Combined, U.S., 488
  • Brace and Drilling Post, 9
  • Brazing Cost Iron, ‘‘Forrofix," 11.
  • Bertram and Co., (297)
  • Bremen Trade, Annual Report, (490)
  • Brick-making Machines, 653
  • Brick-making Machines, American, 580
  • Brick and Tile Press, Bradley and Craven, 246

Bridges, Railway and other:

  • Bascule Draw-, at Chicago, 174
  • Birmingham, Great Western Railway, (201)
  • Charlestown, Boston, 396
  • Clyde, of the Glasgow and South-Western Rail¬way Widening Works, Mr. C. B. McRitchie on, (154)
  • Concrete, Vienne River, Chatelleranlt, (330)
  • Construction, Economical, (47)
  • Douro, at Pocinho and Pinhao, (321)
  • East River, New York and Brooklyn, 436
  • Failure on the London and North-Western, (13), (39)
  • Gate for Draw-, H. G. Tyrrell, 603
  • Glasgow, Mr. B. U. Blyth on, 75
  • Guildford Steel, (39)
  • High Level, Newcastle-on-Tyne, (321)
  • Iron Railway, Tho First, at Stockton, 483, (522)
  • Kew, 352
  • Newcastle and Gateshead, Interesting Engi¬neering Feat, (477), (489)
  • Niagara Falls and Clifton Steel Arch, Mr. L. L. Buck on, 75
  • North-Eastern Railway, Nowcastle-on-Tyno, 132
  • Prompt Construction of, for West Africa, 95
  • Railway, over the river Airo, Ilunslet Rail¬way, Mr. O. L. McDermott, (327)
  • Rockhampton, Queensland Railway, Mr. W. J. Doak on, 75
  • Stone Arch, the Longest, in the World, at Luxembourg, (321)
  • Strengthening of, in View of Increasing Use of Traction Engines, (39)
  • Swing, at Middletown, Connecticut, 212, 213
  • Tees, between Middlesbrough and Port Clarence, (565),(655)
  • Transporter, Across the Tyne, (334)
  • Stone Arch, New Record for, (144)
  • Sydney, (79), 125
  • Tennessee Central Railway, 88, 89, 90
  • Uganda Railway, British and American Tenders for the Contracts, 166
  • Vermillion River, 654
  • Wooden, Maeloay River, N.S.W., Mr. C. W. Darley, 326
  • Brighton Cable Tender, 275
  • Bristol Port and the New West India Mail Ser¬vice, 267
  • British Association:
  • Steol, Internal Architecture of, Prof. J. 0. Arnold, 49
  • British and Continental Workmanship, 95
  • Kire Prevention Committee, Testing Sta¬tion of, (539)
  • Goods for Foreign Markets, Servia, (215)
  • Government Grants to Inventors and Scientists, 123
  • Machine Tools at the Glasgow Exhibition (Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company's New Works, 677)
  • Briton and bis Commercial Rivals, The, 330
  • Brodie, Mr. J. A., Salary Increase, (443)
  • Bronze in Relation to Temporature, Strength and Ductility of, 340
  • Brown, Mr. Jas , (128)
  • Brunton, Mr. Henry, 536
  • Bulmer, Alderman Wm., (228)
  • Burrator Works for Plymouth Water Supply, Mr. E. Sandeman on, 378

C

  • CABLE, The Cape-Australian, (595)
  • Dutch and German in tbe East, (433)
  • New Zealand-Australia State, (595)
  • Tender, Brighton, 275
  • Calcium Carbide, New Uses for, 64
  • Manufacture of, in Sweden, (595)
  • Camden Pipe Foundry, New Jersey, U.S.A., 258, 268, 313
  • Cammell and Co., Chas., Spiogol Furnace at Maryport, (565)

Canals:

  • Adriatic and Midland Country of Italy, (306)
  • Baltic to the Whito Soa, Inaccurato Statements respecting, (123)
  • Bridgwater, (168)
  • Canadian, 94
  • Caspian and Black Sea, 278, (361), (507), (539), (595)
  • Chicago Drainage, (374)
  • Domodossola to Lake Mnjoro, (385)
  • Dortmnnd-Ems, Traffic in, (13)
  • Finland to the Neva, 214
  • France, Projected, (306)
  • German Trans-European Projected, Strategic Importance of. 68, (306), (405)
  • Gloucester and Berkeley, Navigation at Night, (100)
  • Kaiser Wilhelm, Traffic through, (477)
  • Manchester Ship, Tonnage Duos Charged, Revenue during last Seven Years, (13), (100), (168)
  • Miami and Erie Canal Transportation Com¬pany, Boats driven by Electricity, (595)
  • North Sea and Baltic, Traffic through, (1 11)
  • Pangalanos, Madagascar, (433)
  • Sonlanges, Canada, (488)
  • Stettin and Fiume, (433)
  • Stockholm, through tho Island Verm don, (595)
  • Suez, Duty Levied on Turkish Troops Objected to by the Porto, (374)
  • United States, Electric Barges and Boats on, (595)
  • Capstan, Doublo-pawer Hydraulic, C19, 620
  • Carbide, Samarium, (451)
  • Carbide Works at Vernier, Switzerland, 564
  • Carbons, Arc Lamp, Present Practice in their Manufacture, (242)
  • Carnegie's Gift, Mr., The American Machinist on, (667)
  • Carnegie Scholarship, The, (353)
  • Carpmael, Mr. Edw., On tho Progress of Inven¬tion, 101, (122)
  • Carriage, A Question of, 454
  • Carron Company Machine Tools, Glasgow Exhibi¬tion, (xiii. Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • “ Cast Stone " Concrete Construction for Build¬ings, (667)
  • Catalogues, 24, 53, 76, 105, 152, 203, 250 , 280, 307, 335, 361, 382, 408, 439, 182, 490, 522, 655, 583, 633, 656
  • Cement Manufacture, Rotary Process of, Mossrs. Stanger and B. Blount, 249
  • Census of Ireland, (622)
  • Census Returns, Unrevised, (477)
  • Charlton, Mr. Wm., (489)
  • Chemistry, 22
  • Chicago, Harvesting Machines Made at, (347)
  • Chicago, Population Round, (347)
  • Cbimnoy, Tall Brick, 376
  • Chimney, Tallest in America, (100)
  • Christchurch Sewage Scheme, (13)
  • Claim for Land Compensation, The Largest Ever Known, (191)
  • Clarkson Oil Burner for Rahing Steam in a Water-tube Boiler, (622)
  • Clayton Fire-extinguisbing Apparatus, The. 118, (294)
  • Cleveland Cliffs Company, of Michigan, Option to the United States Stoel Corporation Declared Off, (451)
  • Clinkor, Refuse Destructor, 405
  • Clinometers, 379
  • Clydo Defences, 276
  • Now Fort on the, (100)
  • Trust Managomont, (102)

Coal:

  • Adjudication, Belgian State Railways, (490)
  • Alabama, fortlio Moxican Contral Railway, (595)
  • Algeria, (100)
  • American, to the Moiitcrranoan, Formation of a Large Trust for Importation of, (555)
  • American, Prospects of an Export Trade in, (595)
  • American, Imported at St. Nazairo, (397) Australian, 606
  • Bolgian, Foreign Trade in, (154)
  • Bolgian State Railways, (490), (620)
  • Bengal, for Egyptian Railways, (123)
  • Briquette Factories in South Staffordshire and in California, (123)
  • British, Imported into Holland in 1900 and 1899, (477)
  • Bulgarian, (384)
  • Cadiz, Import of British, (507)
  • Canary Islands, Imports of, into, (622)
  • Cardiff, for Mediterranean Railway Company, (451)
  • Colliery Disasters, Queen Victoria and, 151
  • Colliery Share Property, An Unusual Sale of, (77)
  • Contracts for Belgian State Railways, (490), (520)
  • Contracts, Locomotive, 43, 271, 297
  • Contracts, the Railway, 620
  • Conveyor at Cape Breton, (65)
  • Conveyors, Coke and, 422, 426
  • Conveyor, Movable Electric in Chicago, (667)
  • Defence of Coaling Stations, Rear-Admiral S. Eardley-Wilmot on, 638
  • Derbyshire, Drop in Prices. (168)
  • England, Total Output, 1900, (539)
  • English and Scotch, Exported to Germany, (141)
  • Export of, from each Port of the United King¬dom, 1900 and 1899, (425)
  • Forth Valley, Discovery of Seams of, (425)
  • France and Germany, Import, 1900, (228)
  • France, Output in 1900 and 1899, (477)
  • Gas, Price Contracted for by the Rotherham Corporation, (65)
  • Hamburg Imports of Coke and, 1899, 1900, (39)
  • Handling Machinery, American, (5S0)
  • Holland, Discovery of, in, (405)
  • Japanese, Principal Markets for, (13)
  • Total Annual Production, (347)
  • Kent Works, at Dover, Discovery of Bitumen in Sinking the Shaft. (397)
  • Kent Works, Dover, Work at, (294)
  • Locomotive Supply, New York Central Railway, (436)
  • Natal Output, (191), (374)
  • Now South Wale, as a Heat Producer, (263)
  • Nova Scotia, (284)
  • Pernambuco, Imports of, into, (595)
  • Prices, 183, 401
  • Pulverised, for Fuel, 152
  • Raised in tbe Midlands in 1873,1383, and 1900, (667)
  • Ruhr District, (137), (555)
  • Shipments to Ghent, (523)
  • Smoke Abatement Society, Offences and Penalties Proved and Inflicted, (294)
  • Spain, Total Output of, 1900, (539)
  • Spitzbergen, Syndicates Formed in Norway for Working, (539)
  • Supply, Too World’s, Noirly One-third Fur¬nished by the British Empire, (397)
  • Swedish, 69
  • Tax, (437), (438), (490)
  • TriDidad, 43
  • United States, Production in 1900, (477)
  • Values, 649
  • Yorkshire Steam, Trade, 63
  • Coats and Co., Limited, Victor, Machine Tools, Glasgow Exhibition (xv., Supplement. June 28th, 1901)
  • Cobalt and Nickel, Specific Heats of, (39)
  • Coining Press, Taylor and Challen, (325)
  • Coke in the United States, 567
  • Cold Storage at the Paris Exhibition, 258
  • Cole, Mr. Jas. C.. 292
  • Colwyn Bay to Rbos-on-Sea, Extension of Pro¬menade, (515)
  • Combustion in Locomotives, 647
  • Commerce and Education, 245, 324
  • Commercial Agencies at Gorman Consulates in Turkey, (89)
  • Morality, Japan, 176 Museum, San Francisco, (141)
  • Rival, The Briton and his, 330
  • War, 193
  • Competition, Unfair, (12)
  • Concrete from Blast Furnace Slags, Use of, in Collieries, (242)
  • “Cast Stone" for Buildings, (667)
  • Construction, (430)
  • Lock, Mississippi, 152
  • Continental Notes, 126,151,173, 200,214,216,278, 306, 330, 361, 385, 405, 460, 490, 520, 555

Contracts:

  • American Firms and Indian Railway, 591, 597
  • American Naval, (39), 94
  • Coal for Belgian State Railways, (490), (520)
  • Coal, Railway, 43, 271, 297, 620
  • Fort on the Clyde, (100)
  • Indian Government, 591, 597
  • Railway Coal, 620
  • Railway Locomotive, 43
  • Shoreditch Borough Council, Engines and Generators for, Wallsend Slipway and Engi¬neering Company, 61
  • Steel Permanent Way, The Government, to Mr. Clergue for, (425)
  • Team Valley Railway Widening, (280)
  • Tools, 675
  • Uganda Railway Bridge, 166
  • Conveyors, Coal and Coke, 422, 426
  • Cooliog Tower at the Power-honse of tho Los Angeles Pacific Railway, (595)
  • Cooper's Hill Engineering College, 170, 238, 244, 274, (347), 350, 603
  • Copper, 95, 245, 510
  • Exports from United States, (13)
  • Matte, Desulphurising, (321)
  • Ore in tbe Province of Kuban, in tho Caucasus, (321)
  • Production, Spain, (347)
  • Pyrite Lodes, near Cordoba, Extensive Group of, Explored by a British Com- pany,(507)
  • Works in Now Jersey, 176 Cordite, 321
  • Corrosion of Water-tube Boilers, 350, 405
  • Corrugated Furnace Tubes, 346
  • Corunna Mines, Gold and Arsenic, (539)
  • Cotton, Sir Arthur, 122
  • Cotton, Amorioan, Consumption of, (263)
  • American Mills and Spindles, Number of, (263)
  • Industry, South Carolina, 1900, (425)
  • Craftsmon’s Club, The, 379
  • Cramps, Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Combina¬tion, 151
  • Crane, Electric, 272, 273, 677
  • Electric, 15-Ton, Messrs. Adamson, 681)
  • Electric Ladle, 100-Ton, 239, 240, 241
  • Electric Locomotive, The Bullock Com¬pany, 358
  • Electric Overhead, Stork Frères, 208, 209
  • Crank Axle Slotting Machine, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 545
  • Crimp, Mr. Wm. Santo, 458
  • Crittall Manufacturing Company, Works of the, 224
  • Cromer, New Pier at, (616)
  • Crossley Bros.’ Works, (50)
  • Crystal Palace, Engineering Details at, 108, 319, 441
  • Cutlery for Sonth Africa, (51)
  • Cycle Resistance, Mr. H. E. Wimperis, 200
  • Cycles in France, Census of, (168)
  • Cycles for Smyrna, and the British Manufacturers, (13)
  • Cyclists’Tonring Club’s Pamphlet, Sunday Trains for, (451), (477)
  • Cylinders for Single-acting Pumps, Patent, 619

D

  • DAM, The AssuAo, 485
  • Dam, Movable, Ohio Kiver, 460
  • Dam, The Wachusett, C.S.A., 476, 549
  • Danube, Mouths of tbe, 543
  • Darling, Mr. Wm., 652
  • D'Auria Air Compressor, The, 629
  • Defence of Coaling Stations, Rear-Admiral S. Eardley-Wilmot on the, 638
  • Deflections of Beams, 173, 356
  • Delamare-Deboutteville, M. Edouard, 207
  • De Laval Steam Turbine, Mr. K. Andersson on the, 277
  • Depression, 319
  • Derwent Valley Water Bill, 376
  • Diamonds in New South Wales, (539)

Docks:

  • Aberdeen, Fish Docks for, (168)
  • Alexandria, Graving, at, (141)
  • Algiers, United States, Floating, (263)
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railway, at Curtis Bay, for Coal Export, (485)
  • Barrow, (425)
  • Barry, New Graving, (202)
  • Shipments, 1900, New Dry Dock Con¬tract, (52)
  • Removal of Dam, (321)
  • Bremen, Floating and Shipbuilding, for, (13) Bristol Channel Schemes, (228)
  • Floating Pontoon, for Japan, C. S. Swan and Hunter, (539)
  • Grangemouth, (321)
  • Hamburg, Ten Large Tidal Dock Basins and Three Further Docks, (667)
  • Ipswich, 425
  • Morsey, Additional Graving Dock Accommoda¬tion, Elevated Platforms Recom¬mended, (215), (347), (451)
  • Gate Machinery for, 619, 620 Proposed Lengthening of the Alfred
  • Lock and the Brocklebank Graving Dock, (641)
  • Naples, (191)
  • Newport, (242)
  • Ore Shipping, on the Great Lakes, United States, 152
  • Preston, 55
  • Ramsden Dock, Barrow, Now Wooden Pier Destroyed hy Fire, (622)
  • Ribble and Preston Dock, The River, 55 Rotterdam Dry, (490)
  • Sandon Graving, (141)
  • Self-docking Pontoon, for the Spanish Govern¬ment, R. Stephenson and Co., (667)
  • Swansea, Bill Deposited, (191), (228)
  • Syra, in Greece, (385)
  • Valparaiso, (100)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Abonkir, Armoured Crniser, to be Completed for Sea, 262
  • Her Trials, 456, 475, 543 Trial Speed of, 543
  • Achilles, First-class Armoured Crniser, 372 Administration of onr Dockyards, Rotten
  • System of, 214
  • Admiral Class, Lord Brassoy Advocates a Ro- arming and Reconstruction of the, 626
  • Admiral Rawson’s Successor, 325 Admiralty Preparing for Competitive Tests
  • between the Diirr and Niclausse Boilers, 4Q3
  • Albemarle, Battleship, Launch, 172 American Battleships, The Five New, 3 American Naval Personnel, Increase of, 62 Argonaut Said to be in a Bad Way, The, 666 Armour Plate Manufactories in Japan, 43 Armour Plate, Special Process Invented by
  • Vickers-Maxim, Tested, 420
  • Australia, Removal of her Above-water Torpedo Tubes, 511
  • Austrian Battleships II. and HI., Named Arpad and Babenberg, 420
  • Austro-Hungarian Crniser “E” (Ersatz Radotzky), 190
  • Bagley Makes Twenty-nine Knots on a Two- hour Trial, 645
  • Barr and Stroud's Gans, Fleet-Engineer Rees on, 90
  • Battle of Dorking, The New, Is a Surprise In¬vasion Possible'! 62
  • Beagle, The Sloop, 90
  • Belleville Question, French Views on, 297
  • Belleville Tubes, Leaking, 351
  • Bailers, D'urr and Niclausse, 403
  • Bradford, Capt. E. E., Appointed to the
  • Majestic, 372
  • British Cruisers Dido and Isis Fitted with Top¬masts, 325
  • Destroyers Kangaroo, Myrmidon, &c., their Funnels, 325
  • 13,000-Tonnors, Names of tho New, 372 Navy and Submarines, Le Yacht on, 372 Submarines, Ze l'ucAZ on, 325
  • Canopus, Electrio Transmitters on tho, 573
  • Rumoured to be a Failure in Way of
  • Spood, hor Bellevillo Boilers Un¬satisfactory, 420
  • Channel Fleet, Who Holds tho Coaling Record! 172
  • Classification of Warships, 8, 0 Coaling CompotitionB, The, 172, 190, 666
  • Cobra, Turbine Destroyer, lias Four Funnels, 643
  • "Conquest of the Air,” L’Armle et Marine on the, 626
  • Continuous Batteries for the New 18,000-Ton Ships, 626
  • Cramp’s Cruiser Variag at Cherbourg, 543
  • Creasy, The New Armoured Cruiser, 90
  • Accident to her Steering Gear; It Remains a Mystery, 626, 666
  • Commissioned for China, 543
  • Ariadne Likely to bo Ordered to China in her Place, 666
  • Comparison between her and the Diadem Class, 325
  • Earthquake Shocks Felt by, 475
  • Guns of, 43, 475
  • Mounting the Big Gans of tho Aboukir and the, 43, 351, 511
  • Non-inflammable Wood of, 37, 62
  • Position of her Waste Pipes, Size of her Turrets, 325
  • Danish Ironclad, Herluff Trolle, Preliminary Trials, 325
  • Daring, Fatal Explosion on Board the, 626
  • Drake Class, The, 245
  • Dupuy de Löme, Seaworthiness of the, 190
  • Diirr and Niclausse Boilers, Competitive Tests between, 403
  • Dynamite Gun, A New, 214
  • Eclipse, Re-armament of the, 190
  • Electric Hoists for British Battleships and Cruisers with Guns in Casemates, 626
  • Hoists for the French Cruiser Tage, 214
  • Transmitters, Lieutenant Germain’s, 573
  • Elswick 9'2in. Cressy Mounting, The, 43
  • Engines Designed by Mr. Sells, A Printed List of the, 403
  • Essex Class Cruisers, As to the Stability of the, 140
  • Guns of Some of the, 573
  • Europa Laid up in Portsmouth Dockyard with other By-gone Monsters, 626
  • Figureheads, Bronze, in the British and Ameri¬can Navies, 456
  • Fireproof Wood and the Navy League, 325
  • Fleet Reserve, The, 325
  • Foreign Battleships at Spithead, 121
  • Formidable, LeakiDg Belleville Tubes of the, 351
  • Forts on the Clyde and at Seuthsea Castle, New, 90
  • French Battleships, Baudin, 140
  • léna, Gun Mountings
  • Found Unsatisfac¬tory, 543
  • Trial Results, 372
  • Names and Particulars of the Two New, 372
  • Republique and Patrie, Zc Yacht on the, 543
  • Cruiser Condé, 9
  • Dcsaix, Launch of the, 372
  • Destroyer Pique on Trial, 214
  • Ironclad Hoehe, The, 90
  • Failure of her Engines, 245
  • Ironclad Requin, the Henri IV., and the léna, 372
  • Jauréguiberry Experiment, 140
  • Newspaperson British Naval Superiority, 262
  • Ships, Sale of Old, 90
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyer, Tramontaine, The, 573
  • Garrison Artillery Officers and Naval Officers, New Orders as Regards, 666
  • German Battleships, E., “H.,” J. 172, 325, 599
  • Launch of a Sister to the Wittelsbach, 325
  • Names of the Two New, 645
  • Returning from China to be Re-titted, 297
  • German Coast Defence Ship Hildebrand, Trans¬formation of, 325
  • German Cruisers, New, 372
  • C., B., 172, 599
  • Freya and Victoria Luise, 121
  • Princess Wilhelm, Recon¬struction of, 214
  • Victoria Luise, Speed of, 8
  • German Destroyers, Eleven in Hand, 172
  • German Government Armour Plate Factory, 599
  • German Siegfried Class, Reconstruction of all the, 90
  • Globe, H.M.S., as Depicted in Made and White, 475
  • Goldsborough, Fourth Breakdown of tho, 645
  • Greece, Elswick Offers a Gun Free, and Germany a Gun and a Cruiser, 420
  • Gunnery Tenders, The New, 43
  • Guns Mounted on the Heugh Battery, Vickers, 172
  • Guns, Placing of Bow, 245
  • Hannibal, Coaling of the, 62
  • Haulbowline, Work in Prospect at, (294)
  • Uowdenised Cylindrical Boilers, 351
  • Hyacinth, Belleville Boilers to be Replaced by Babcock and Wilcox Generators, 599
  • Hyacinth and Minerva Trials, Allowance Made for the Difference in their Engines, 666
  • léna. The, 456, 543
  • Inflexible, Tbe, Mastles9 Presumably for the Rest of her Days, 325
  • Italian Fleet at Portsmouth this Summer, 420
  • Ironclad Palestro, 43
  • Ironclads Regina Elena and Re Vittoria-Emanuole III., 214, 245
  • Submarines Ordered by the Govern¬ment, 645
  • Warships in the Toulon Warfare, 403
  • Japanese Corvette Katsuragi, 43
  • Cruisers now Building in Japan, 297
  • Cruisers, Tbe 3400 Tons, 421
  • Crniser fwate, The, 245, 297, 351
  • Cruiser Yakumo, Tho German Con¬tention Concerning the, 351
  • Destroyers, Names of tbe New, 420
  • Jeanne d’Arc Ready for her Trials, 214
  • Krupp Armour, High Price of Objected to by the German Government, 599
  • L’Armle et Marine, Version of the Barlleur Affair, 262
  • Le Yacht’s Comparisons between French and English Ships, 214
  • Le Yacht’s Error with regard to the Plan of the Tsarewitch, 245, 297
  • Lightness in Warship Material, The Craze for, 351
  • Linois, Illustration of the, 90
  • London, The, 90
  • Majestic’s Record for Wireless Telegraphy, 456
  • Medea and Medusa to be Re-boilered, 543
  • Medusa, Launch of the Cruiser, 8
  • Re-hoileriog of, 543
  • “Muzzle-loader” Question in the House, 297
  • Myrmidon (Destroyer), 172, 420 Naniwa, The Old Cruiser, in Japan, 90
  • Narcissus becomes a Gunnery Ship, The, 511, 573,599
  • Narcissus and Immortality Commissioned as Sea-going Gunnery Tenders, 543, 599
  • Narval with the Aiuerican Holland, Le Yacht Compares the, 626
  • Naval and Military Record on the Guns of the New American Battleships, 262
  • Naval War between the Daily Chronicle and the Daily News, 456
  • Navy Boiler Problem, A Likely Solution of the, 351
  • Nelson, The, Turned into a Depot Hulk, 245
  • New York Sun’s Statement respecting Sub¬marines for British Navy, 475
  • Norway, Submarine of the Holland Type Ordered by, 420
  • Nymphe, Speed of the Cruiser, 8
  • Obsolete Machinery in Dockyard Shops, 90
  • Ohio, Le Yacht’s Description of the, 599
  • Otter, The Destroyer, in a Typhoon, 9
  • Painting of our Ships War Colour, Mr. Arnold Foster on the Permanent, 475, 548
  • Pandora’s Consumption at the 5000 Horse¬power Trial, 172
  • Paris and the New York, Lengthened and Re-named, 456
  • Patent Fuel Apparatus Tried in the Surly and the Dntch Torpedo Boat Ophir, 456
  • Peat as a Fuel, Experiments in Portsmouth Dockyard, 456
  • Pelorus and Pactolus, Reported Narrow Escaps of, 262
  • Polyphemus Torpedo Ram, The, 573
  • Portsmouth, The British Workman and the “Tyranny ” of his Employers, 351
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Electric Light and Power for, 262
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Record Number of Men Working at, 456
  • Portuguese Rainha d’Amelia, Result of her Trials, 645
  • Prince of Wales, The, 43
  • Printers’ Mistakes in the Names of Ships, 190
  • Qneen, The, 43
  • Contlicting Reports as to her Boilers, 645
  • Queen of England’s New Yacht, The French on the, 62
  • Quirk, Mr. Nicholas J., On the “ Interesting and Destructive Little Terrors,” 511
  • Russian Battleship Imperator Alexander III. to be Launched, 421
  • The Slava, 599
  • Cruiser Gromovoi at Devonport and Plymouth, 8, 9
  • Novik nearly Ready for Trial, 421
  • Names of the Four New, 599
  • Ship Canal, The Projected, 214
  • Submarine Electrically-propelled Boat, 599
  • Tsarewitch, Le Yacht's Error, 245, 297
  • Royal Yacht Alberta, The, 121, 245
  • Royal Yacht, The New, 140
  • Seilly Isles to ho Fortified, 420
  • Scorpion is to be Used for Experiments, Report that the, 475, 573
  • Sells, Mr. Chas, do Grave, A Printed Memorial , of, 403
  • Signal Code, New International Norwegian, 325
  • Slow Shipbuilding in Foreign Countries and Items from the other Point of View, 297
  • Smokeless Powder, A New, Invented by a Japanese Officer, 43
  • Spanish Fleet, 645
  • Stability of our Warships, Mr. Allen gives himself away, 90
  • Steam Pipes and Waste Pipes Synonymous, 351
  • Stem L!ght, The New, 43
  • Stokers, The Five Hundred New, Number in each Reserve Ship in the Dockyards, 666
  • Strike at Portsmouth, 351, 403
  • Submarines, Belief in, a Matter of Latitude, 325
  • for the British Navy, Descriptions of the New, 297
  • New French, 403
  • New Type of, called “Submergible,” 403
  • The Pall Mall's Attack on, 325
  • Le Yacht on, 645
  • Submarine Boats, A French Newspaper on the English Opinion regarding, 140
  • Submarine Navigation, The New Publication, 573
  • Suffolk, Progress of the, 511 ,
  • Suffren, Electric Transmitters on the, 573
  • Satlej, Armoured Cruiser, The, 172
  • Swedish Corvette Balder, Varied Nomenclature of the, 372
  • Swiftsnre, Neptuno, and Iron Duke still in Portsmouth Dockyard, 626
  • Sybille, The, 90
  • Torpedo Boat Attack on Portsmouth, 420
  • Boats to be Re-boilerod, 190
  • Gunboat Gossamer, Reconstruction of, 43
  • Manoeuvres, French, 190
  • Trafalgar and Minerva at Spithead, 90
  • Triumph, The, Tamed into a Torpedo Depot, 215
  • Turkish Cruiser to bo Built in America, 62
  • Destroyers A and B, Speed Trials of, 245
  • United States Battleships, Tho New, Both Designs of, Suspended, 262
  • Cruisers, The Colorado and Penn¬sylvania, to bo Fitted with Niolausso Boil¬ers, 543
  • United States Cruisers, The New York, Re¬construction of, 62
  • The Raleigh and Cin¬cinnati to havo One Pole Mast only, 325
  • United States Navy Beats the Russian in the matter of Mystery, 325
  • The 12-poundor Con¬demned for the New De¬stroyers, 475
  • New System of Classifica¬tion for Warships, 8
  • S.S. Kearsarge, Explosion of a Shell on, 214
  • Vengeance, her Trials at Spithead, 666
  • Vickers 6in. Mark VII. Gun, Southsea Castle, 599, 653
  • 9'2in. Gun Mounting Tested, 351 9’2in. Gun, Rate of Fire attained, 573
  • Viper, Turbine Destroyer, has Three Funnels, 543
  • Warship Photographs Taken on the Occasion of the Queen’s Funeral, 140
  • Wireless Telegraphy of the Majestie, 456
  • Wireless Telephony for the French Navy, Ex¬periments with, 190
  • Donald, Mr. Jas., 267
  • Dorman, Long, and Co., Limited, Works of, 578
  • Dover-Calais Boats, 627
  • Drawbridge Gate, Interlocking Mechanically- operating, 603
  • Dredger, Hydraulic, Toronto, (347)
  • Dredging for Gold, Queensland, (168)
  • Drilling Apparatus, Wallach Bros., 9
  • Machines, British, Glasgow Exhibition, (Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • Machine, Radial, Britannia Company, 406
  • Droughts in Russia, Canse of, and Government Measures to Remedy, (123)
  • Drying Machinery, American, 358
  • Dust in Blast Furnace Gases, 472
  • Dust-removing Installation, 351

E

  • EAST Coast Health Resorts, Pictures of, by Jarrold and Sons, (641)
  • Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal Co., Limited, (99)
  • Economy, 454
  • Edison Iron Ore Milling Company, Limited, at Dunderland, Norway, Patent for their Process Applied for and Refused, (539)
  • Education, Commerce and, 245, 324
  • Education of tbo Judgment in Dealing with Technical Matters, On the Need of, G. W. Dickie, 226
  • Education, a President on, 428
  • Egypt, Machinery Imports, (191), (207)
  • Ehrhardt, Herr H., Projected Works in Italy, (263)

Electric:

  • Alternate Current Working, Electrostatic Capacity in, 303
  • Alternator, Brown and Boveri, 29, 30, 31
  • Alternator, Ganz and Co., 1200-Kilowatt Tri¬phase, 261, 272, 273
  • Alternator, Inductor, Oerlikon, 135
  • Aluminium Transmission Lines, 640
  • Apparatus, Lead Mines in Missouri, (65)
  • Auto-car for the German Emperor, (141)
  • Battery, Submarine, Invented by a Swedish Naval Captain, (565)
  • Cables, Brighton, 171
  • Capacity in Alternate Current Working, Mr. W. M. Mordey, 303, 328
  • Central Station Plant, New York, 176
  • Crane, The Bollock Company, (358)
  • Crane, Ganz and Co., Paris Exhibition, 272, 273
  • Crane, Overhead, Stork Frères et Co., Paris Exhibition, 208
  • Crano, Wellman Seaver Engineering Company, 100-Ton Ladle, 239
  • Creil, 1000 Horse-power Direct-current Dynamo, 63, 134
  • Currents, Depilatory Effect Produced by High Tension, (100)
  • Current, Theft of Gas and, Law of the United States to Prevent, (374)
  • Driving Plant, Palmer’s Shipbnilding and Iron Company's Works, (507)
  • Driving in Workshops, M. S. M. Vauclain on the Economy of, (191)
  • Dynamo, Ganz and Co., 285
  • Dynamo and Engine, Fives-Lille Co., Limited, 286
  • Electrolysis of Water for Industrial Purposes, 417
  • Energy, Aluminium Transmission Lines, 640
  • Energy, Concession of Water Power for Pro¬duction of, Granted on the River Caffaro,
  • Lombardy, (641)
  • Energy, Hobburn, (611)
  • Engineer Volunteers, Honorary Rank to be Granted to Officers of the, (191)
  • Engineering, 18
  • Engineering, English and Foreign Practical in General and, 465
  • Engineering at the Paris Exhibition, 29, 63,
  • 134, 196, 208, 261, 272, 398, 418. 419, 445
  • Exhibition, Royal Aquarium, (588)
  • Furnaces, McGill University, Montreal, (374)
  • Ganz Exhibit, Paris Exhibition, 114, 135, 158,
  • 234, 261, 272, 273, 284, 285 Generator, 1000 Horse - power Continuous-
  • current, Elektricitiits Gessellschaft (Schnc- kert), Paris Exhibition, 272
  • Generator, Ganz Three-phase, 284
  • Generator, Transformer, 85 Horse-power Motor,
  • Jacob Rioter and Co., 392, 393, 418, 419
  • Governor, Geisler Mechanical, 37
  • Ingot - stripping Machine, Wellman – Seaver Engineering Company’s, (622)
  • Lifts at the Glasgow Exhibition, Easton and Co.'s, (477)

Electric Light:

  • Arc Lamp Carbons, Present Practice in their Manufacture, (242)
  • Are Light, Submarine, to Aid in the Sponge Fishery, Florida, (374)
  • Association of the United States, Paper on a “ Now Method of Charging for Eloetrie Energy," (667
  • Barnbouglo Castle, N.B., (595)
  • Bath, Appointment of Mr. Teague, (242)
  • Bradford, (321)
  • Charges for, 248, 262
  • Hackl Arc Lamp, 445
  • Incandescent Lamp, Now Form of, (294)
  • Incandescent Lamp with Two Independent Filaments, (65)
  • Municipal, 593
  • Newport, (321)
  • Niagara Falls, (374)
  • Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, (595)
  • Provisional Order, Amblesido District Coun¬cil's, to be Transferred to the Windermere and District Electricity Supply Company, (595)
  • Provisional Orders in Connection with, Da- posited with Board of Trade, (13)
  • Reggio Calabria, (405)
  • Rotherham, (565)
  • Station, Victoria Embankment, (191), 210
  • Statistics Dominion Provinces, (667)
  • Sunderland, (321)
  • Trains, A New System for, Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, 195
  • Trains on the Trans-Siberian Railway, (100)
  • Treignac, Department of Corrhse, France, (405)
  • Vacuum Tube Lamps, (507)
  • Locomotives, Ganz and Co., 234,284
  • Motive Power in Collieries, Mr. H. Hall on, 177
  • Motors, Automatic Railway Signals Worked by, (619)
  • Motor, Enclosed, Messrs. Egger’s, 485
  • Motors, Oerlikon Portable and Spinning, 135
  • Oerlikon Inductor Alternator Spinning Motor and Portable Motor, 134, 135
  • Passenger Motor Railway Car, 233, 234
  • Plant of the Manhattan Railway Company, 301
  • Plant of a Publishing House, Philadelphia, (382)
  • Plants on Swedish Battleships, (507)
  • Platform on the Bank of the Seine, Project for, (397)
  • Power Distribution Company, South Wales, Opening of their Offices, (280)
  • Power for Drying Fruit, Use of a Daytime Surplus of, (13)
  • Power and Gas business in and about Montreal, Trust for Monopolising all, (374)
  • Power and Generating StatioD, Montmorency Falls, Canada, 36, 40
  • Power-house and Factory, Gavet-Clavanx, 616
  • Power Plant, Cochiti Gold Mining Company, (641)
  • Power Plant, Communal Council of Amster¬dam, (158)
  • Power Plant, Hydraulic and, Massena, New York (141)
  • Power Plant at the Snoqualmie Falls, Quebec, 68, 59, 60, 61
  • Power Station at Wallsend-on-Tyne Opened, (641)
  • Power Supply in the Metropolis, Mr. L. F. Awde on, 195
  • Power Supply on the Tyne, 652
  • Power Transmission in Factories, Utilisation of, Mr. R. A. Marples on, (177)
  • Power Transmission Line, Niagara Falls Com¬pany. (168)
  • Power Transmission over Long Distances, Tested at Snoqualmie Falls, Power Company, (39)
  • Power Transmission, New Scheme at Roanne in France, (100)
  • Power Supply, Utah, (622)
  • Power in Workshops, M. S. M. Vauclain on, (191)
  • Projector for Use on Board Ship on Indian Rivers, Mavor and Coulson, (451)
  • Rietor and Co., Jacob, Exhibit at Paris Exhi¬bition, 392, 393, 418, 419 Riveter, 485
  • Schneider’s Cell Regulator, 395, 396
  • Storage Battery for Traction of Trains through Baltimore Tnnnel, (425)
  • Superannuation Fund, 99 Supply in Bnlk, 467
  • Supply, Change of Voltage In, 244, 274, (294), (321), 460
  • Supply, Manchester Corporation, Failure of, (622)
  • Surgical Motor, Portable, (667)
  • Telegraph, Writing, Poliak and Virag’s, 30
  • Telegraphy—see Telegraphy
  • Telephone Service in London, The Government, (39)
  • Telephone System in Switzerland, (39)
  • Telephony—see Telephony Thomson-Houston Three-phase Generator, 447
  • Traction, Bradford, (321)
  • Traction, Mr. M. B. Field on, (260)
  • Traction, The Ganz System of, 114,135,168, 314
  • Traction on Italian Railways, (405)
  • Traction and tbo Liability for Electrolysis, 310
  • Traction on the Metropolitan Railway, 43
  • Traction on Swedish Railways, (405)
  • Traction and Supply and the Telephone
  • Interests in Switzerland in Conflict, (39)
  • Transmission Lines, Aluminium, 640
  • Transmission Lines from Coal Mine, Madrid, (641)
  • Transmission Line, Niagara Falls, (382)
  • Treatment of Harrogate Waters, (347)
  • Vans in Use in New York, (595)
  • Vehicles in America, Speed Tests with, (595)
  • Voltage, Augmented, 244, 274, (294)
  • Work in Australia, (595)
  • Works, New, 459

Electricity:

  • Canal Boats Driven by, between Toledo and Cincinnati, Ohio, (595)
  • Engineers and, Mr. H. A. Mavor on, (90)
  • Metallic Compounds Produced by, (141)
  • Middlesbrough Works, 691
  • Pumping by, (554)
  • Storage of, Mr. A. H. Allen on, 579, 605
  • Service at the Paris Exhibition, M. Picon on the, (539)
  • Supply for Christiania, (13)
  • Supply for Goole, (595)
  • Supply in Bulk, 654
  • Supply in Bulk, Lancashire Electric Power Company, (13)
  • Supply, Montmorency Falls, Canada, 36, 40
  • Supply, Power Station at Gavet-Clavaux, 616
  • Supply, Sydney, (39)
  • Supply on the Tyne, 652
  • Supply, Utah, (622)
  • Water-power Developments in France, 616
  • Elevator, Duluth, United States, 488
  • Engineering, Engineers, and Engines: Engineering:-
  • American Competition, Mr. Jas. Swift, 302
  • Chemistry in its Relation to, Professor Frank Clowes on, 421
  • Civil, during 1900, 16 College, Cooper's Hill, 170, 244, 850
  • Congress, International, Glasgow, 1901, 250
  • Crisis in the Navy, Mr. D. B. Morrison on the, 99
  • Crystal Palace, HeatiDg and Ventilation Arrangements, 319
  • Lighting and Gas Arrange¬ments at, 441
  • The Water Tower, 108
  • Electrical, during 1900, 17
  • Electrical at the Paris Exhibition, No. IX,
  • X., XL, XII., 29. 63, 134, 196, 261, 272, 284, 393, 418, 419, 445
  • English and Foreign Practice in Electric and General, 465
  • English, Smart Piece of Work at Kidder¬minster, (141)
  • Future of, Mr. Henry Hodgson od, 64
  • Lighthouse, Paris Exhibition, 255 Marine, during 1900, 81, 131
  • Mechanical, during 1900, 17
  • Prospects in South America, 379
  • Sanitary, during 1900, 20
  • School, Naval, to be Opened at Kiel, (535)
  • Trade and the New German Tariff. 669
  • Work in New Jerome Park, New York, Remarkable Piece of, (242)
  • Engineers:—
  • Electricity and, (90)
  • India and, 297 Naval, 46, (191)
  • New Year's Honours for, (9)

Engines:

  • Air - compressing, Dominion Collieries, Canada, Walker Bros , 646, 652
  • Alley and Maclellan’s, 642, 643, 644, 615
  • Balancing, Geometry of, Mr. MacFarlane Gray, H46
  • Central Marine Works, Opportunities Granted to their Foremen for Visiting Glasgow Ex¬hibition, (565)
  • Compound Goods, Now York Central Rail¬way (436).
  • Compound Horizontal Condensing, 600 Horse¬power, Stork Frcres et Cie., Paris Exhibi¬tion, 160
  • Cro3s Compound Corliss, the Brooklyn-Edison Company, (321)
  • Cross Compound Vertical, Westinghouse Ma¬chine Company, 176
  • Diesel Oil, 330, 413
  • Dynamo and, Fives-Lille Company, Limited, 286
  • Dynamo, Combined with Eagine, Birkenhead Tramways, Scott and Mountain, 600
  • Fire, Norwich Union Firo Iosurance Com¬pany, 486
  • Franco-Tosi, Paris Exhibition, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372
  • Galloways, Limited, (359)
  • Gas, American, 358
  • Gas, Crossley Bros., to be Driven by Waste Furnace Gases, (50)
  • Gas, The Korting Two-eycle, 350 Brake Horse-power, 23
  • Gas Blowing, Crossley Bros , Limited, 344, 315
  • Gas, Tests, 175
  • Gasoline, for Submarine Torpedo Boats, The Otto Works, Philadelphia, 450
  • Glasgow Exhibit., 558, 570, 585, 642 High-pressure, Their Danger, Board of Trade
  • asked to Examine all, with a view to having Pressure Reduced, (234)
  • High-speed Simple, (47)
  • High-speed Vertical Compound, A. Shanks and Co., 612, 617
  • Horizontal Coupled Compound Steam, T. and R. Lses, (437)
  • Hat-air Supply from, 149, 173
  • Lical Government Board's Bye-laws Relating to Traction Engine Traffic, (65)
  • Mill, of Novel Design, American, (250)
  • Motor Car, Ardwick Engineering Company, (189)
  • Motor Steam Fire, 486
  • Oil, German and British, in tbe Jaffa Orange Gardens, (477)
  • Oil, The Secor Internal Combustion, United States, 460
  • Oil, Some Recent Tests of the Diesel, 413
  • Oil. Towing Plant with, Campbell Gas Engine Co., 402
  • Pelton Wheel and Steam, Mr. P. Pitman, 645
  • Power Gas, Mr. Humphrey on, 82, 164, 175
  • Prime Movers at the Paris Exhibition, 44, 83, 160, 184, 235, 234, 368, 369, 392
  • Proportions of Cylinders for Multiple-expansion, Mr. Alf. Hanssen, 487
  • Pumping, Triple-expansion, American, (21)
  • Receiver, Steam, 222
  • Richardson, Westgartb, and Co.'s Steam, 685
  • Robsy and Co.’s Steam, 589
  • Rolling Mill, National Steel Company, U.S.A., 460
  • Room Artificers and Stokers for the Navy, (191)
  • Salt Water, Feed for, 122
  • Sandon Works, 625
  • Schmidt, (490)
  • S jc. Alsacionnt's, 392
  • Steam, for Electric Generators, (52)
  • Steam, at tbe Glasgow Exhibition, 558, 670,
  • 585,612, 617, 642
  • Stoam, and Mining Machinery Combination in Milwaukee, (539)
  • Sulzir Bros., Horizontal and Vertical, Paris Exhibition, 264, 265
  • Tandem Compound, 1000 Horse-power, Van den Kerchove, 44, 45
  • Tandem, Sulzer’s, 264, 265, 267
  • Thane’s, Paris Exhibition, Norwegian Section, 337
  • Traction ËDgine Owners’ and Users’ Association and the County Couixtil’s Bye-laws, (65)
  • Traction Engine Users, (65)
  • Tramway Traction, at London-road Iron¬works, Glasgow, Duncan, Stewart, and Co., 11, 14
  • Triple-expansion Four-cylinder, Sulzer's, 264
  • Triple-expansion Four-cylinder Condensing, F. Ringhoffer, Paris Exhibition (Supple¬ment, March 8th, 1901), 184,192, 235
  • Triple-expansion Four-cylinder Horizontal, Dujardin et Cie., Paris Exhibition, 82, 83
  • Triple-expansion, s.s. Port Royal and Port AntoDio, Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Limited (Supplement, May 3rd, 1901)
  • Triple-expansion Pumping, Frank Pearn and Co., Limited, Secures Orders for Three, («7)
  • United States Battleships, Nos. 13 to 17 (Supplement, March 22nd, 1901), 290, 300
  • Vertical Cross-compound Blowing and other, Galloways, Limited, (359)
  • English Engineering Work, Smart Piece of, (141)
  • Englishman Sees It. As an, 541, 577, 602, 649
  • Englishman Thinks, What an, 627
  • Eozeii-Teheran Road, The (Supplement, February l»f, 1901), 110, 162, 167
  • “Exciting Trip” with a Motor Fire Engine, (582)
  • Exeter Waterworks Extension, (100)

Exhibitions:

  • American Education Exhibit, Whitworth-street, Manchester, (177)
  • Bendigo, Australia, (477)
  • Breslau Machinery, (191), (202)
  • Buffalo, The Pan-American, at, (191)
  • Building Trades, “ Fire-proofing Section ” at, (100)
  • Fixtures to be Held in con¬nection with, (374)
  • Opening Day, (346), (420)
  • Chicago, Automobiles, 460
  • Crystal Palace, Naval and Military, 434
  • Düsseldorf, Industrial, (490)
  • Electrical, Royal Aqnarinm, (538)
  • Fire Prevention and Rescue, Berlin, (360)
  • German Agricultural Machinery in Russia, (188)
  • Glasgow—see Glasgow Exhibition Hamburg, Motor Carriages, (191)
  • Iodo-China, at Hanoi, (385)
  • Industrial Polytechnic, Bingley Hall, (76)
  • Industrial, Wolverhampton, (76)
  • Light Railway, (191)
  • Modern Illustration, Imperial Institute, (397)
  • Modern Illustration in the Indian Section of the Victoria and Albert Museum, (13)
  • Motor Car, at Islington, 475
  • Naval and Military, Crystal Palace, 171, 332, 616
  • Paris-see Paris Exhibition
  • St. Petersburg, British Arts, Manufactures, and Inventions, (425)
  • Victoria, to Celebrate the Discovery of Gold, 1851, (242), (294)

Explosions:

  • Ab3r, 571
  • Blast Furnace, Ebbw Vale Ironworks, (271)
  • Boiler, 111, (123), 173, 238, 546
  • Chisago, (123)
  • Colliery, North Staffordshire, (581)
  • Denton, 68, (425)
  • Heated Water. 270, 304, 577
  • Knottiogly, (280), 349, 379, 404
  • Manchester Sewer, (477)
  • New York Rapid Transit Tunnel, Dynamite, (397)
  • Nobel's Factory at Ardeen, Ayrshire, (425)
  • Phenomena of Boiler, 546 Sydenham Boiler, 62 Westerfield Boiler, 98
  • Explosion of Heated Water, 270, 304, 329, 355, 379, 577
  • Explosives and Ammunition:
  • American Smokeless Powder, 401
  • British Government’s Orders for Gunpowder
  • from Sweden, (39)
  • Cordite, 324
  • Dynamite Projectile, Herr Elias Elmelin’s, (35)
  • Maximite Tested, (123)

F

  • FAIRBAIRN, Sii Andrew, 601
  • Fan-Blower Practice in Connection with Cupola Furnaces and Forges, (65)
  • Fan, The Sirocco, 650, 675
  • Faradian Club Movo3 to New Premises, (425)
  • Farmer, Mr. Andrew, (409)
  • Feather’s 8in. Centre Lathe, 403
  • Feed-water Heater, Large Moffat, 75
  • Feed-water Regulator, A New, 544
  • Fillet, Flexible Leather, Benskin Manufacturing Company, Limited, 406
  • Filter, Mechanics), 277
  • Fire-arms, The New Prussian Rifb, (191)
  • Damp, On the Gravitation of, Mr. J. Diokin- son,(631)
  • Engine Boiler Fitted with Oil Fuel Apparatus, A Second, for the L.C.C., (263)
  • Extinguishing Apparatus, The Clayton, 118, (294)
  • Extinguishing in Ships' Holds, Machine for, (100)
  • men, London, Preparations for Annual Public Display, (667)
  • Prevention, 613
  • proof Building Material, Uralite, A New, (451)
  • proofed Wood, Tests of, 286
  • Pump, Fixed, 381 resisting Wood, 37
  • Fires in Chicago caused by Electric Wires, (539)
  • Fishing Industry at Aberdeen, (168)
  • Fitzgerald, Professor G. F., 207
  • Flow of Water in Pipes and Open Channels, 613, 675
  • Flux for Soldering Aluminium, 675
  • Flying Machine, Hoffmann’s, (622)
  • Fog-signalling at Sea, Experiments with Sound- producing Instruments, (507), (639)
  • Foreign Competition, The Middlesbrough County Council Favours, (522)
  • Competition, Shoflield Firms and, 262
  • Tariffs end British Trade, 375
  • Forestry, British, 400
  • Forman, Mr. Chas., 165
  • Forster, Mr. George Baker, (100)
  • Foucanlt Pendulum, The, 627
  • Frenoh Art Critic on America’s Taste, (397)
  • Bounty System, The, (141)
  • Foreign Trade in Machines, Government Report, (190)
  • Ministry of Commerce, Expenditure Budget of, (565)
  • Naval Manceivree, 648 Naval Stations, 303
  • Friction of . the Spinning Top, The, 577, 653
  • Fuel Economiser for Steam Boilers, A New, 318
  • Furnaces in Blast in United States, 1899, 1900, (39)
  • Furness, Sir Christopher, and the American Steel Trust, 275

G

  • GALLOWAYS Limited, Manchester, (224)
  • Galveston, Business Done by Port of, (641)
  • Galveston in Texas, Proposed Raising of, (191)
  • Ganz System of Electric Traotion, The, 114,135, 158

Gas:

  • Acetylene Black, (451)
  • Acetylene Blow-pipe, M. G. L. Bourgerel on the Temperatures to be Obtained by the Use of, (123)
  • Acetylene, Experiments with, (565)
  • Acetylene, Explosion, 137
  • Acetylene, Flame, Luminous Efficiency of the, G23)
  • Acetylene, Generators, Design of, (472)
  • Acetylene, Hygienic Value of, by Herr Neuberg, 421
  • Acetylene, Lamps in Italian Ports, (564)
  • Acetylene, Lamp, The Knockabout, 485
  • Acetylene, New Method of Diluting, 601
  • Acetylene, Process for Making Pore Hydrogen from, (667)
  • Acetylene, Purification of, with Bleaching Powder, (565)
  • Acetylene, Samarium Carbide-giving, (451)
  • Acetylene, Storage of, 194
  • Acetylene, Train on the Texas Midland Supplied with, (425)
  • Acetylene Works in Norway, The First, (451)
  • Aürogen, Van Vriesland Process, 402
  • Blast Furnace, Mr. F. Liirmann on the Purifi¬cation and Cooling of Waste, (520)
  • Blast Furnace, Utilisation of, M. J. Deschamps on, 605
  • Carburetted Water, Mr. Sam Cutler, Jun., on, 217
  • Carburetted Water, Papers on, by Mr. Lang¬ford and Mr. Porter, 640
  • Dewar, Dr., on Gases at the Beginning and End of the Century, 98
  • Dust in Blast Furnace, Mr. Greiner on, 472
  • Glasgow's Supply, (188)
  • Illuminating Power of London duriDg 1900, 195
  • Incandescent Lamps, Marked Increase in Berlin and Strasburg, (215)
  • Incandescent System of Lighting, 363
  • Lighting, High-pressure, Mr. W. Sugg on, 640
  • Lighting, Incandescent. Papers on, 640
  • Mond Bill, (451), (507), 537, 560, 590, (606), (622)
  • Mond, for Manufacturing Purposes, (168), (215)
  • Mond, Proposed for Newport, (321)
  • Mond, The South Staffordshire Scheme for Distributing, 287, 309, 338
  • Natural, 43
  • Natural, Ontario Government Forbids its Export, (397)
  • Oil, Railway Station Lighting by, 402
  • Patent Rights of Willson and Ballier for Manu¬facture of Carbide, Action in England and France, (451)
  • Photometer and Pentane Ten-Candle Lamp, Dr. F. Clowes on the New Table, 640
  • Progressive Age, Mr. J. D. Ashworth, 471
  • Purification, Mr. B. W. Smith on, 470
  • Reduction in the Price of, Announced by the South Metropolitan Gas Company, (667)
  • Supply, Leader on, 21
  • Theft of, Law of the United States to Prevent, (374)
  • United States, Total Number of Coal Gas¬works in the, (539)
  • Works at Coatbridge Enlarged, (321)
  • Gate, Drawbridge, 603
  • Gate Machinery for the Mersey Docks, 619, 620
  • Gauges, Australian, 12
  • Genoa and Marseilles, 406
  • Geodesy, by Wilfrid Airy, 407
  • Geological Survey of West Cornwall, (425)
  • Geometry of Engine Balancing, 346
  • German Competition in Holland, (39), (360)
  • Competition, Oil Engines in the Jaffa Orango Gardens, (477)
  • General Trade in 1900, Figures Concern¬ing tbe,(678)
  • Germany, Population of, (211). (215)
  • Gibraltar, Defences of tbe Rock of, (123)

Glasgow Exhibition:

  • Alley and Maclellan's Engines, 642, 643, 644, 645
  • Alloca'ion of Space, 9 Bell Rock Light, 689
  • British Machine Tools at, (Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • Concert Hall, 289
  • Electric Lifts for Visitors, Easton and Co., «77)
  • Engine, Cross Compound, Robey and Co., Limited, 558, 570
  • General Survey, I., IL, III, IV., V., VL, VII., VIII., 185, 231, 288, 446, 471, 638, 568, 689
  • Hall of Industries, 289, 293
  • Machine Tools at (Supplement, June 28th, 1901), 664, 660
  • Machinery Hal), 185, 289, 293
  • Machinery Section, 186, 231
  • Models of Vessels, 638 Motor Vehicle Trials, (622)
  • Opening Date, (351)
  • Richardson, Westgartb, and Co.’s Engino Exhibit, 585
  • Robey and Co.’s Eogine Exhibit, 658, 670, 590
  • Shanks and Co., A., High-speed Vertical Com¬pound E igino, 612, 617
  • Shipbuilding Firms* Models of their Produc¬tions, 638
  • Steam Engines at, 558, 570, 585, 612, 617, 642
  • Youüg, Mr. Thos., on his Work in Connects with the Plant for Power and Lighting, (149)
  • Glasgow's Gas Supply, (188)
  • Glasgow, Census Returns, (451)
  • Glassmaking, Petroleum applied to, (168)
  • Godmanche8ter Town Council’s Claim for Damage done to Roads by Traction Engines, (641)
  • Gold Deposits in tbe Leitb Improvement Scheme Area, (507)
  • Discovery of, in Bokhara, (477)
  • Exports from New Zealand, (236)
  • Mining in tbe Dutch East Indies, (263)
  • Ore in Cochise County, Arizona, Strike of, (595)
  • Production, The British Possessions take the First Place, (397)
  • Production in Klondike District, (425)
  • Prospecting in Ireland, (242)
  • and Silver near Annan, Discoveries of, (641)
  • in Victoria, Jubilee Exhibition to Com¬memorate Discovery of, (294)
  • Yield of New South Wales for April, (507)
  • Yield, New Zealand, April, (477)
  • from Yukon Goldfields, Reduction of Royalty on, (263)
  • Gourock, Refuse Destructor Station, (168)
  • Graham, Mr. Geo., (153)
  • Grain Warehouse or “Elevator," Duluth, United States, 488
  • Gramme, M., 90
  • Granite, Grey, Blasted at Bodmin, (141)
  • Graphics of the Gyroscope, 459, 486, 515, 547, 603
  • Graphite Deposit in the Godavery District, India, (191)
  • Greece, British-made Implements of all Kinds Wanted in, (630)
  • Greenwich Hospital Pension Awarded to G. N. II. Mitchell. (397)
  • Greenwich Time Adopted in Spain, (13)
  • Gon Claimed to have oeen Robinson Crnsoe's, (667)
  • Guns—s-e O.-dnance
  • Gyroscope, Graphics of the, 459, 485, 515, 547, 603

H

  • IIAIL Clouds by Cannonading, Breaking up, (595)
  • Hail Scorms, Prevention of, by Artillery, in Italy, (191)
  • Hammer, Spring Beam Power, Messrs. Carter and Wright, 483
  • Hampstead-road, Widening of, (141)

Harbours and Waterways :

  • Algeria and Tunieie, (555)
  • Antivari Harbour, Improvement of, (263) Buffalo, Breakwater, (606)
  • Burntisland, 237 Cherbourg, (433)
  • Cronstadt, (215), (321)
  • Dordrecht, (460), (190)
  • Dover (Conference with the Belgian Govern¬ment), (374)
  • Dunkirk, Harbour Extension Scheme, (13) Durban, (451)
  • Fishguard Harbour Works, (123)
  • Genoa, a Rival to Marseilles, 406 Gothenburg, (385)
  • Grangemouth, 237 Hoi far Paxha, (191)
  • Kiel, (347)
  • Leitb, 237
  • London, Port of, (86), 206 Matsumai, (459)
  • Montevideo, New Port, (13). 200, 347
  • in the Nineteenth Century, 1
  • Ofoten Fjord Harbour Works, North Atlantic, (123,
  • Ostend, (347)
  • Scotland, Eist, 237
  • Swansea Harbour Returns, (191,
  • Westport, (514)
  • Ymuiden llarbour, Enlargement of, 263
  • Harrogate Waters, Electrical Treatment of, (317)
  • Hart Accumulator CompsDy. Limited, Office Opened in Manchester, (335)
  • Harvesting Machines, Chicago, (347)
  • Harvesting and Thrashing Machine, Combined, (215,
  • Haulage Plant, Underground Locomotive, (347)
  • Heat from Fibrous Substances, (37)
  • Heater, Feed-water, 75
  • Heating and Ventilating, 12, 47
  • Herbert, Limited, Alf., Machine Tools, at the Glasgow Exhibition (ix.,Suppltment, Junel&th, 1901)
  • Hermaoy Mechanical Filter, The, 277
  • Herring, Mr. W. R., Presidential Address at the Institution of Gas Eogineers, 470
  • Hetherington and Sons, John, Machine Tools, Glasgow Exhibition (xii., Supplement, June 28th, 1901,
  • High-pressure in the Navy, 376
  • Hoffmann's Model Flying Machine, (622)
  • Holroyd and Co., Limited, Machine Tools at the Glasgow Exhibition (vi., Supplement, June2&th, 1901)
  • Hot-air Supply from Steam Engine, 149
  • Hulse and Co., Machine Tools at the Glasgow Exhibition (vii., Supplement, June 28:h, 1901)
  • Hnstio, 400
  • Hutten, Col., 172
  • Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Springburo, Glas¬gow, 493, 603, 504
  • Hydraulic Power in the Manufacture of Iron and
  • Steol, Mr. R. M. Daclen on the Use of, 505
  • Hydraulic Power Plant, Montmorency Falls, Canada, 36, 40
  • Hydraulic Pressure at St. Etienne in Steel Manu¬facture, Use of, (539)
  • Hydrocarbons by the Metallio Carbides, On the Generation of, (212)
  • Hydrogen from Acetylene, Process for Making, (667)
  • Hydrogen and Oxygen for Industrial Purposes by Electrolysis, Production of, 417
  • Hygienic Vulue of Acetylene, llorr Neuberg on,

I

  • ICE-CUTTING and Storing, Norway, (168)
  • Ice, Dielectric Strength of, Tesla's Suggestion, (215)
  • Ice Imported from Norway, 1900, (65)
  • Ignition in Small-arms and Artillery, Development of the Mode of, 482
  • India-rubber, Cheap Substitute for, (347)
  • India-rubber and its Sources of Supply, 568, 615
  • India-rubber Washers, Treatment of, to Prevent Adhesion, (539)
  • Indicator Reducing Gear, Agar’s, 200
  • Industrial Arbitration, 270 Insole, Mr. J. H., (104)

Institute, Birmingham Cycle Engi¬neers:

  • Electric Power Transmission in Factories, Mr. R. A. Marples, (177)

Institute, City and Guilds of London:

  • His Majesty becomes Patron, (397)
  • Institute of Engineers and Ship¬builders In Scotland:
  • Marine Steam Turbine and its Application to Fast Vessels, Hon. C. A. Parsons, (125)

Institute, Incorporated Gas:

  • Inaugural Address by Mr. T. Ormiston Paterson, 624
  • Carburetted Water Gas, Papers on, by Mr. W. Langford and Mr. R. Porter, 640
  • Election of President and Vice-Presidents for Ensuing Year, 640
  • Incandescent Gas Lighting, Papers on, by Mr. W. Grafton, Mr. C. Scott Snell, and Mr. W. Sugg,640
  • Photometer and Pentane Ten candle Lamp, The New Table, Dr. Frank Clowes, 610

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Address to the King, 116 Andrew Carnegie Scholarships, (353), 472 ^'351^ ^ee^*n®’’ Pfo8Tamnio of Proceedings, Autumn Meeting, (237)
  • Blast Furnace Gases, Utilisation of, Monsieur A. Greiner, 605
  • Cooper: Its Influence on Stool Rails and P’ates, Mr. Stead, 472
  • Crystals of Carbosilicide of Manganese and Iron, Mr. Stead, 472
  • Dust in Blast Furnace Gases, Monsieur A. Greiner, 472
  • Hydraulic Power in the Manufacture of Iron and Steel, on the Use of, Mr. R. M. Daelen, 505
  • Report, Election of Treasurer, Award of tho Bessemer Medal, and Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. W. Whitwell, 472, 516, 551
  • Rolling Mill Practice, Comparison of American and British, Mr. Garrett, 472, 505
  • Stead, Mr. J. E, Bessemer Gold Medal Awarded to, (215)
  • Papers Read bv, 472
  • Steel Castings, on the Properties of, Professor Arnold, 506

Institute of Marine Engineers :

  • British Naval Engineer, Col. J. M. Denny, (61)

Institute of Mining Engineers, American :

  • D'Auria Air Compressor, Mr. H. G. Morris on the, 629

Institute of Patent Agents, The Chartered :

  • Progress of Invention, Mr. Carpmael, 101 Institute of Sanitary Engineers :
  • E'eeted Members aDd Associates, List of, (183), (424)
  • Forthcoming Meetings, (451)

Institution ot Civil Engineers :

  • Beams, Theory of Cast Iron, Mr. E. V. Clark, 434
  • Barrator Works for the Water Supply of Ply¬mouth, Mr. E. Sandeman, 378
  • Cement Manufacture, Rotary Process of, Messrs. Stanger and B. Blonnt, 249
  • Chemistry in its Relation to Engineering, Professor Frank Clowes (the James Forrest Lecture), 421
  • Conversaziones of, 639
  • Cycle Resistance, H. E. Wimperis, 200
  • Engineers and Electricity, IL A. Mavor, (90)
  • Geodesy, Mr. Wilfred Airy, 407
  • Glasgow Bridge, B. H. Blyth, 75
  • Hnnslet Railway and Bridge over the Aire, Mr. O. L. McDermott, 327
  • Niagara Falls and Clifton Steel Arch Bridge, L. L. Buck, 75
  • Permanent Way in Tunnels, Mr. Andrews on the Life of, (39)
  • Railway Bridge at Rockhampton, Queensland, W. J. Doak, 75
  • (Meeting of Students), Uae of Geometrical Methods in Investigating Mechanical Pro¬blems, Mr. C. E. Inglis, 6

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

  • Clyde Bridge of the Glasgow and South- Western-Railway, Widening Works, Mr. C. B. McRitchie, (154)
  • Election of Office Beirers for Session 1901- 1902,(347)
  • Mining Practice in Scotland, Mr. David Rankin, (299)
  • Paisley and Birrbead District Railway, Mr. E. S. G. Boyle, (317)
  • Water Supply, Preliminary Investigations relative to a, Mr. John Brown, (247)

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • New¬castle-upon-Tyne Association of Students:
  • Erection of the Redhengh Bridge, Mr. G. Huntley on, (438)
  • Secretaryship, (376)
  • Visit to the New Gas Tank of the Newoastle and Gateshead Gas Company, (503)

Institution of Civil Engineers: Meet¬ing of Students:

  • Annual Dinner, (190)
  • Automatic Coupling, J. L Crldlan 219

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Capacity in Alternate Current Working, Mr. W. M. Mordey, 303, 328
  • Committee of the Irish Section of, for the Year 1901-1902, (565)
  • Resolution of Condolence, (174)
  • Visit to Germany, Provisional Programme, 307, 594
  • Journey to Hanover, Visit to KJrling Brothers’ Works, 666

Institution of Electrical Engineers,

Birmingham Local Section:

  • 90, (122)
  • Inaugural Meeting and Address of Chairman, Dr. Oliver Lodge, 4, (306)
  • Birmingham Local Section, Officers Appointed, (74)
  • Visit to Germany, (565)

Institution of Electrical Engineers : Calcutta Section:

  • Inaugurated, (397)

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Manchester Branch:
  • Annual Meeting, (490)
  • Steam Power, Application of, to Generation of Electric Energy, Mr. J. S. Haworth, (262)

Institution of Engineers, The Cleve¬land :

  • Water-tube Boilers in the British and other Navies, Mr. R. J. Worth, 459

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

  • Visit the Clarence Iron and Steel Works of Messrs. Bell Brothers, 578
  • Visit to the Works of Dorman, Long, and Com¬pany, Limited, 573
  • Water-tube Boilers, Mr. Edwin Griffith, 519, 552

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, Scottish:

  • Engineering Crisis in the Navy, Mr. D. B. Morrison, 99

Institution of Gas Engineers:

  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. W. R. Herring, 470
  • British and Continental Gas Engineering Com¬pared, Mr. C. E. Brackenbury, 470
  • Progressive Age, The, Mr. J. D. Ashworth, 470
  • Purification, Mr. B. W. Smith, 470
  • Report by Mr. J. W. Helps, 470
  • Report by Mr. W. J. Helps, 470

Institution of Junior Engineers:

  • Carburetted Water Gas, Mr. Sam. Cntler, ion., 247
  • Electric Power Supply in the Metropolis, Mr. L. F. Awdo, 195
  • Iron-lined Tunnelling Construction, Mr. A. W. Manton, 405
  • Railway Construction, Mr. Alexander Ross, 126
  • Visit to the Great Northern and City Railway Works, 405
  • Visit to Messrs. W. T. Henley’s Telegraph Works, (99)
  • Visit to the Renewable Electric Light Company Works, 555
  • Works Management, Mr. A. H. Barker, (154). (210), (272), (332), (367), 515

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Address to the King, 164
  • Address of tho President, Mr. Wm. H. Maw, 435
  • Annual Conversazione. 543
  • Fifty-fourth Annual General Meotiog, Retirement of Sir Wm. White and Introductory Address of Mr. Maw, 82
  • Gas Engines for Central Stations, Power Gas and Large, Mr. Humphrey, 82, 161, 175
  • Light Lathes and Screw Machines, Mr. John Ashford, 188, 198, 200, 209, 223, 249
  • Motor Car Transmission Mechanism, Mr. A. Marsden, 190
  • Provisional Programme of Summer Meeting, (334,
  • Tin-plate Manufacture, Mr. W. H. Tregoning, 262
  • Trolley and Conduit Tramway Systems, Combined, Mr. A. N. Connett, 287, 298, 331

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Graduates Section:

  • Mechanical Testing of Constructional Material for Locomotives, Mr. C. A. Esbleton, (401)
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • General Meeting, (483,

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:

  • Ninth Meeting of the Tenth Session, Papers to be Read and Discussed, (627)

Institution of Naval Architects:

  • Annual Meeting, Summer Meeting, Gold Medal and Premium, 223
  • Annual Report, Regulations as to the Mar tell Scholarship, Inaugural Address of the Presi¬dent the Earl of Glasgow, 316
  • Assistant Cylinder, New, Mr. David Joy, 346, 357
  • Atlantic Liner, Dentsehland, Experiments made on Board, Herr Otto Schlick, 346
  • Boiler, On a Form of Double Tube, Mr. John Irving, 346, 354
  • Conversions and Rs-armament of Ships, Lord Brassey, 663
  • Geometry of Engine Balancing, Mr. MacFarlane Gray, 346
  • Influence of Depth of Immersion on the Distribution of Pressure over a Submerged Moving Plate, Mr. Humphrey Wingfield on, 346
  • Mercantile Auxiliaries, Lord Brassey, 663
  • Motion of Submarine Boats in a Vertical Plane, Kaptain Wm. Hovgaard, 346, 358, 881
  • Naval Construction in the United States, Ten Years', Professor J. H. Biles, 316
  • Opening Address of the President, the Earl of , Glasgow, 662
  • Resignation of Mr. Geo. Holmes on bis Appointment as Chairman of the Irish Board of Works, and Appointment of bis Successor, Mr. R. W. Dana, 316, (536)
  • Rolling of Ships, Instrument Lr Measuring, Mr. A. Molleek, 317
  • Scout, A Design for a Fast, Rear-Admiral C. C. P. FitzGerald, 317
  • Session, 1901, Programme of Proceedings, 299
  • Summer Meetings at Glasgow, Papers to be Read, 543, 653
  • Institution, Newsvendors' Benevolent and Provident:
  • Annual Festival, (582)
  • Intensified Production, 143
  • Interlocking Gear for Superheater Valves, 578
  • Invention, Progress of, 101
  • Inventors and Scientists, Government Grants to, (123)
  • Inverclyde, Lord, 172
  • Ipswich, Shipping Industry of, Steps to Facilitate, (425)
  • Ireland, Census of, (622)

Iron:

  • American Rotary Pig Iron Casting Machine, 11
  • American Steel and, (278)
  • Associated Iron and Steel Workers of Great Britain, Conference of the, (565), (581)
  • Austrian Market, 1900, (52)
  • Belgian Pig, (583)
  • Bessemer Ores, Scarcity of, in the Lake Superior Iron Ore Fields and Consequence (123)
  • Bilbao, Ore, (622)
  • Brazing Cast, (297)
  • Cast Iron in Pigs to Italy, American Competi¬tion with England, (667)
  • Cast Iron Pipe in the United States, 157, 232, 258, 268, 389, 443, 4G8, 533, 534, 587, 659
  • Danish Industry, Depressed State of, (397)
  • Deposits, Rancu in Nordland, Norway, Ex¬ploitation of, (65)
  • French Market, 1900, (52)
  • German Trade, 283, (641)
  • Hungary, New Field to be Opened, (595)
  • Hydraulic Power in the Manufacture of Steel and, Mr. R. M. Daelen on, 505
  • Imported by Japan, British, (539)
  • Industry of Biscay, (589)
  • Industry, Russian, 150, (242)
  • Industry in Turkey, (242)
  • Lancashire Pig, The Swedish Iron Board in Stockholm and the Price of Imported, (539)
  • Melted in Five Seconds, Mr. L. Dreyfus’ Pro¬cess, (100)
  • Mine, Spain, Acquired by Chas. Cammell and Co., Limited, (451)
  • Norway, The Dunderland Valley, Negotiations between English Syndicate and the Govern¬ment, (449)
  • Ore in the Gulf of Finland, 673
  • Ore, Hematite, in the Corunna Mining Dis¬tricts, (539)
  • Ores Imported into Great Britain, 1900, (77)
  • Ore in the Lugo District of Galicia, (539)
  • Ore Supplies, 670
  • Pig, British, Total Make of, for the First Quarter of 1901, (397)
  • Pig, Canada, (374), (522)
  • Pig, Stocks of, Sold and Unsold, in United States, (39), (141)
  • Pipe in the United States, Cast, 157, 232, 258, 268, 389, 443, 463, 533, 534, 587, 659
  • Plate, Black and Galvanised, Servian Market Favourable for Importation of British, (215)
  • Produced in America, Steel and, One-fourth Consumed in Chicago and Western States, (374)
  • Russian, Imported into Italy, (294)
  • Rnssian, Industry, 160, (242), (294)
  • Scotch Pig, 72
  • Scotland, (425)
  • Seams of Ironstone Discovered in the Forth Valley, (425)
  • SpanUh, Production of, (347), (451), (539), (622)
  • Swedish, 69
  • Trade, Canadian, (374), 428
  • Trade, Crisis in the German, 283
  • Trade Prospects, 118
  • Trade Revival, 219
  • Tube Trade, Betterment in the, 619
  • Tubes, Wrought, American v. British, (191)
  • United States, Cast Iron Pipe in the, 157, 232, 258, 268, 389, 443, 468, 533, 534, 587, 659
  • United States Pig, Output and Consumption, (39), (141), (263)
  • Urals, (242)
  • Irrigation in India, Lord Curzon on, (263)
  • Irrigation Tank, Bombay Government, (242)
  • Italy, Census Returns, (539)
  • Italy, Population of, (191)

J

  • “JAMES Forrest" Lecture, The, 421
  • Japan Custom House Disputes, 176
  • Education in Naval Architecture, 275
  • Industrial Development of, 450
  • Kerosene Oil in Increasing Demand in, (539), (595)
  • Trade of, British and other Imports, (539)
  • Trust to Control the Field of Industry in, (539)
  • Jarrold and Sons, Pietures of East Coast Health Resorts, (641)
  • Jessop and Sons, American Branch Projected, 262, (263)
  • Joist Syndicate, German, (622)
  • Joy’s Ass-'stant Cylinder, 346, 357, 404

K

  • KEEPING Stock, 572
  • Kerosene Oil in Japan, Increasing Demand for, (539), (595)
  • Key-way Catting Machine, British, Glasgow Ex¬hibition (Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • King’s College, Forty-first Annual Dinner, (539)
  • Kinzna Viaduct, Rebuilding the Great, 278
  • Kitson Light, The, for Aberdeen, (321)
  • Krug's Now Year’s Present to his Employés, Kuttor's Formula for the Flow of Water, 613

L

  • LABOUR and Machino Teo's, 213
  • Labour Questions, Strikes, and Trade Disputes:
  • Aberaman Colliery, Strike at. 9, 39
  • Albion Steel Works, Strike, 392, 417, 455, 481
  • Barrow, Stank Iron Mines, Miners Thrown Out of Employ Taken on by Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, (374)
  • Barrow Steel Company, Blast Furnacemen’s Wages Reduced, (397)
  • Bell, Mr., on Strikes, (215). (455)
  • Bethesda Quarries Strike, 417, 481, 573
  • Board of Conciliation and Arbitration in North of England Manufactured Iron and Steel Trade, Annual Meeting, (123)
  • Board of Trade Report on the State of Employ¬ment, February and April, (321), (507)
  • Board of Trade's Report on the State of the Skilled Labour Market during December, (65)
  • Cambrian Collieries Strike, 61, 543
  • Chain Trade, Strike in tbe, (461), (565)
  • Clvdach Vale Colliery Strike. 140, 172, 271, 292. 350, 351, 370, 392, 417, 511, 663
  • Coal Tax, The, 417, 455, 481, 511, 543
  • Coal Traders’ Associations and the Railway Companies, Dispute ns to Siding Rents, (279)
  • Colliers and the Coal Tax. 417, 455, 481
  • Eight Hours for Miners, (624)
  • Glasgow Strike, 417
  • Imported Labour, Mass Meetings Connected with, 9
  • Labour Troubles, 9, 38 , 61. 90, 121, 140, 172, 211, 246, 271, 292, 315, 350, 370, 392, 417, 455, 481, 511, 543, 573, 599, 624. 663
  • Lancashire Coal Trade Dispute, (374), 511
  • Langloan Ironworks, Coatbridge, put in Blast, London and North-Western Railway Dispute, (481), 543, 573, 624, (611)
  • Mannesmann Tube Works, Strike, 172
  • Midland Wages Board’s Report for January, (321)
  • Miners’ Wages, Redaction of, 392
  • Montceau les Mines Strike, Collapse of, (477)
  • New York Bureau of Labour Statistics, (477)
  • Strikes and Lock-outs, 1900, (477,
  • North-Eastern Railway Men, Advance of Wages Movement, 9, (39). (77), (292), (321), (383,
  • Northumberland Coal Trade Conciliation Board, Decision as to Miners' Wages, (39)
  • Palmer's Blast Furnaces, Stoppage of Work, (100), (123)
  • Penrhyn Dispute, The, 9, 38, 121, 172, 211, 246, 315, 417, 455, 481, 511, 543, 573, 599, 624, CIO, 663
  • Pontypridd, Eight Hours’ System Advocated, 9
  • Strike, 350
  • Printing Trade Dispute, 271
  • Scotch Coal Trade Conciliation Board and the Wages Question, (141)
  • Scottish Miners’ Federation and a Five Days’ Week, 350
  • Sheffield Plumbing Trade, Dispute in, (127)
  • Slight Improvement in the Labour Market daring March, bat State of Employment Worse than a Year ago, (397)
  • Steel Trade Crisis, 292
  • Stockton Malleable Ironworks, Stoppage at the, (360), (383)
  • Strike, Colliery Engine - keepers, Scotland, (360), (383)
  • Colliery, 9, 38, 61, 140, 172, 271, 292, 3r0, 351, 370, 392, 417, 455. 481, 511, 543, 573, 599, 624, 640, «63
  • Employes of Metropolitan Railway, Paris, (125)
  • Engineer Employés, Grimsby, (641)
  • Lancashire Colliery Engineers’, 370, 511
  • Lack-outs in 1900, (65)
  • Malleable Ironworks, Stockton Iron¬works, 663
  • Midland Tobe Trade, 481, 640
  • Newtown, Weavers’, 392
  • New Zealand, 653
  • Simplon Tunnel, (667)
  • Taff Vale Railway, 9, 38, 61, 90, 113,
  • 292, 370, 392, 417, 455, 511, 543
  • Victoria Dock, 417
  • Vivian’s Spelter Works, Swansea, 663
  • Swansea and District Coalowners' Association Refuse Demands for Extra Pay, Steel Trade Crisis Threatened, (215), 851, 392
  • Telegraph Manufacturing Company, Limited, Adopt the Forty-eight Hours’ System with¬out Wages Reduction, (333)
  • Wages in the United States, High Rate of, (100, Weavers’, Newtown, 392
  • Labour-saving Machinery, 122
  • Laing, Mr. Arthur, (306)
  • Lake Baikal, Transit of, 171
  • Lake Superior Ore Supplies, 144
  • “ Lancaster ” Steam Trap, Improvement in Lan¬caster and Tonge's, (581)
  • Lang and Sons, John, Machine Tools, Glasgow Exhibition (xv. Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • Language, A Question of, 72
  • Lathes, British, Glasgow Exhibition (Supplement, Jun' 28th, 1901)
  • Feather’s 8in. Centre, 403
  • A Large American, (123)
  • and Screw Machiues, Light, Mr. J. Ashford on, 188, 198, (200), 209, 223, 219
  • Three-pillar Face-plate, Mr. H. Broad¬bent, 142, 148
  • Vertical Turret Axle, 74
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 27, 58, 79, 105, 129, 155, 203, 229, 253, 281, 307, 361, 385, 408, 439, 463, 490, 555, 583, 608, 633, 679
  • Laurium, Opening for British-made Implements at, (667)
  • Law Courts, Ventilation of the. 365
  • Lead in Pottery Manufacture, Dr. Thorpe on, 31

Leaders:

  • 1900, 15
  • Aber Explosion, The, 571
  • Acetylene, Storage of, 194
  • Advice Gratis, 93
  • American Competition, 41
  • American Naval Contracts, 91
  • Analysis by Experts, 623
  • As an Englishman Sees It, 541
  • “Blue Lias” Lime, 427
  • Board of Trade Committee’s Report on Steel Rails, 400
  • Boiler, Work Done in a, 541
  • Brighton E'estrie Cobles, 171
  • Canadian Canals, 91
  • Canadian Iron Trade, 428
  • Central London Railway and Vibration, Tbe,
  • Cheap I’owor, 170
  • Chemistry, 22
  • Civil Engineering during 1900, 16
  • Combustion in Locomotives, 647
  • Commerce and Education, 324
  • Commercial War, 193
  • Cooper's Hill Engineering College, 170, 241
  • Cordite, 324
  • Corrosion of Water-tubo Boilore, 350
  • Depression, 319
  • Economy, 454
  • Electrical Engineering during 1900, 18
  • Electric Lighting, Municipal, 593
  • Electric Traction on the Metropolitan Rail¬way, 43
  • Engineering Trade and the New German Tariff, 669
  • Explosion at Denton, The, 63
  • Explosion of Heated Water, 270
  • Field Guns, Supply of, 42
  • Fire-boxos of Looomotives, 399
  • Foreign Tariffs and British Trade, 375
  • French Naval Mamcuvres, The, 648
  • Gas and Steam as a Motive Power, 597
  • Gas Supply during 1900, 21
  • Gun of the Americans, Tho Big, 216
  • Heat in Boilers, Distribution of, 479
  • Heavy Motor Traction, 509
  • High-pressure in the Navy, 376
  • Hustle, 400
  • Indian Government Contracts, 597
  • Intensified Production, 143
  • Keeping Stook, 572
  • Knottingley Boiler Explosion, 319
  • Labour and Machine Tools, 243
  • legislation and Trade, 618
  • Locomotives, Combustion in, 617
  • Locomotive Efficiency, 194
  • Manchester and Lverpool Electric Railway, 541, 572
  • Manufacturer on British Trade, A, 623
  • Mechanical Engineering during 1900, 17
  • Metallurgy during 1900, 22
  • Metropolitan Railways, The, 453
  • Municipal Electric Lighting, 598
  • Navy Boilers, 295, 323, 669
  • Navy Estimates, The, 269
  • Once Moro 120 Miles an Hour, 4S0
  • One Hundred and Twenty Miles an Hour, 217
  • Patent Law Reforms, 454
  • President on Education, A, 423
  • Rail Bearers, Strength of, 143
  • Sanitary Engineering during 1900, 20
  • Screw Stay Bolts of Fire-boxes, 427
  • Specification, 120 Specifications, Examination of, 296
  • Steel Trust, The Giant, 169, 243, 321
  • Submarine Boats, 67, 218
  • Submarines and tlioir Antidotes, 480
  • Suggestion, A, 509
  • Trade, The Custom of, 120
  • Trust, The Giant Steel, 169, 213, 324
  • Trusts, 119
  • Tabular Railways, 510
  • Ventilation, Need for Inlot, 213
  • Voltage in Electrical Supply. Change of, 214
  • War Material during 1900, 21
  • Water Supply during 1900, 20
  • Water-tube Boilers, Circulation in, 4C0
  • Water-tube Boilers, Corrosion of, 350
  • Water-tube Boilers, Report on, 269

Sub-Leaders:

  • American Railway Construction, 144
  • American Smokeless Powder, 401
  • Belleville Boilers, M. Belleville on, 376
  • Bridge for West Africa, Prompt Construction of a, 95
  • Bridges, New Record for Stone Arch, 14
  • British and Continental Workmanship, 95
  • British Forestry, 400
  • Coal, 401
  • Coal Bills, Future Railway, 297
  • Coal Contracts, Railway, 43, 271, 297
  • Coal Values, 619
  • Commercial Education, 245
  • Cooper’s Hill Engineering College, 350
  • Copper, 95, 215, 510
  • Danube, Mouths of the, 513
  • Derwent Valley Water Bill, The, 376
  • Engineers and India, 297
  • Englishman Sees It," “As an, 649
  • Forestry, British, 400
  • French Shipbuilding Programme, Tne, 2)7
  • French Submarine Boats, 455
  • German Canal Project, Strategic Importance of the, 68
  • Gun Accidents, 670
  • Industrial Arbitration, 270
  • Iron Ore Supplies, 670
  • Iron Trade ltjvival, 219
  • Iron Tube Trade, Betterment in the, 619
  • Lake Baikal, Transit of, 171
  • Lake Superior Ore Supplies, 144
  • Locomotive Coal Contract», Tne, 43, 271
  • London Water Supply, 171
  • Machinery Exports, A Year's, 43
  • Metropolitan Railway, The, 297, 401, 429
  • Minor's Safety Lamp, The, 480
  • Mono-rail, Once More the, 619
  • Morgan, Mr., and the Leyland Line, 455
  • Motive Power Schemes, 171
  • Natural Gas, 43
  • Naval and Military Exhibition, 171
  • One Hundred and Twenty Miles an Hour, 455
  • Question of Carriage, A, 454
  • Railway Locomotive Contracts, The, 43, 271
  • Royal Yacht, The New, 43
  • Russian Railway Projects in Persia, 121
  • St. Petersburg and Moscow Electric Railway, The, 297
  • Self-moving Vehicles for Heavy Traffic, 511
  • Sheffield, A Trade Mark, 572
  • Sheffield and tbe Cnitod States, 480
  • Standardisation of Rolled Sections, 648
  • Steam Eogine and Boilers Bill, The, 455
  • Submarine Cross-Channel Service, 95
  • Textile Machinery, 297 .
  • Tin-plate Manufacturers to Visit Amonca, 6/0
  • Torpedo Gao, The, 401
  • Trade, How to Ruin, 171
  • Trade Outlook, Toe, 624
  • Tube Trade, The, 194, 481
  • Yorkshire Steam Coal Trade, The, 63
  • Legal Intelligence:
  • Daimler Motor Company, Limiter), The British Motor Traction Company, (507)
  • Lieds Forgo Company Deighton's Patent Fine and Tube Company, Limited (Corru¬gated Furnace Tubes), 316
  • Legislation and Trade, 643

Letters from our own Correspon¬dents:

  • America, Engineering Notes from, 21, 52, 152,
  • 200, 250, 278, 358, 382, 408, 436, 460, 488, 580, 606
  • America, Notes from, 27, 53, 78, 104, 129, 155, 179, 202, 229, 252, 281. 335. 361. 384, 410, 463, 490, 522, 652, 582, 608, 632, 656, 673
  • Australia, Notes from, 79, 105, 253, 335, 408, 583, 630, 679
  • England, North of, 25, 51, 77, 103, 127, 153,
  • 201, 227, 251, 279, 305, 333, 359, 383, 409, 437, 461, 489, 521, 553, 580, 607, 631, 655, 677
  • Germany, 26, 52, 78, 104, 128, 154, 178, 202, 228, 252, 280, 307, 334 , 360, 384, 410, 438, 462, 490, 523, 554, 583, 608, 632, 656, 678
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birming¬ham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 25, 60, 76, 102, 123, 152, 176 , 200, 227, 250, 278, 305, 333, 358, 382, 408, 436, 461, 488, 621, 553, 580, 606, 630, 655, 676
  • Japan, 176
  • Lancashire, 25. 50, 76, 102, 127, 152, 177, 201, 250, 278, 305, 333, 359. 382. 408. 436, 461, 488, 521, 553, 580, 606, 630, 655, 677
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Reports, 26, 52. 78, 128, 154, 178, 202, 252, 2g0, 306, 334, 384, 410, 438, 462, 490, 522, 554, 582, 608, 632, 656, 678
  • Scotland, 26, 51, 77, 103, 128, 153, 178, 202, 228, 251, 280, 334, 360, 333, 409, 437, 462, 459, 522, 554, 582, 607, 632, 656, 677
  • Sheffield, 25, 51, 77, 103, 127, 153, 177, 201, 227, 251, 279, 305, 333. 359. 383, 409, 437, 461, 489, 521, 553, 580, 607, 631, 655, 677
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 26, 52, 77, 104, 128, 154, 178, 202, 228, 251, 280, 305, 331, 360, 384, 410, 438, 462, 490, 522, 554, 552, 608, 632, 656, 678

Letters to the Editor:

  • Aluminium, Progress of, 11. B., 329 ; John B- Kershaw, 379
  • American Cab. Teo, Bogie Man, 199; Rich. H. P. Curie, 173 ; Cloment E. Strotton, 199
  • American Shipbuilding Developments, E. E. Russell Tratman, 47
  • As an EaglishmanSoee It, J. 1). B., 602; John Batey, 602 ; a Chicago Man, 577 ; Joseph Horner, 577
  • Assnan Dam, The, W. Willcocks, 435
  • Reservoir, The, W. Willcocks, 547
  • Australian Commonwealth’s Effect on Patents and Trade Marks, Edwin Phillips, 47
  • Australian Gauges, Evacuates A. Phipson, 12
  • Bell Rock Lighthouse, The, Lighthouso, 653
  • Bolleisle Experiments, Jas. Casey, 515
  • Boilers, Design of Locomotive, Alf. Cotton, 404
  • Boiler Explosions, Edw. J. M. Davies, 173, 238, 645
  • Bailors for the Navy, Sextus, 433
  • Brick-making Machines, Sam. L. Green, 653
  • British American Machinery, Gilbert Little, 72
  • Briton and his Commercial Rivals, The, Jehus Bickle, 356 ; Geo. J. S. Broomhall, 3S0
  • Centrifugal Pumps, J. and H. Gwynne, Limited, 330, 433; John Gwynne, Managing Director, 404 ; Q , 379
  • Cheap Power, J. 11. Hamilton, 222
  • Clinometers, J. A. Normand, 379
  • Contracts for Tools, T. J., 675
  • Cooper’s Hill College, T. A. Iloarcon, 274 ; N. Y., 238; Veritas, 603
  • Corrosion of Water-tuba Boilers, Andrew Howatson, 405
  • Cotton, Sir Arthur, F. Id. Rundall, 122
  • Craftsmen’s Club, The, W. J. Moseley, 379
  • Cross-Channel Passages, Grande Vitesse, 653
  • Deflections of Beams, Edw. J. M. Davies, 356; L. Smith, 173
  • Dover-Calais Boats, J. Compton Morryweatber, 627
  • Drawbridge Gato, Interlocking Mechanically- operating, H. G. Tyrrell, 603
  • Electric Locomotives, R. M. Deeloy, 12
  • Electrical Superannuation Fund, British, E. Garcke, 99
  • Electrical Works, New, Richard V. Lynn, 459
  • Engineering Prospects in South America, John Lockie, 379
  • Explosion of Boated Water, W. Akhurst, 329, 355 ; Alf. Cotton, 304 ; Elw. J. M. Davies, 677 ; D. Evans, 355; J. Graham, 355; Alleyne Reynolds, 329; A. E. Tbomas, 379; llenry Wool ford, 804, 355
  • Fast Run on tho North-Eastern, Norman D. Macdonald, 577
  • Fast Run on the North • Eastern Railway, Another, Norman D. Macdonald, 675
  • Fire-throwing from locomotives (see 479), Jas. Baxtor, 515; Alf. Cotton, 459, 479, 615, 627; Rd. Jenkins, 602
  • Flanged Wheel, Invention <f the, Clement E. Stretton, 101, 122
  • Fiow of Water in Pipes and Open Channels, Edgar C. Trupp, 675
  • Flux for Soldering Aluminium, J. V. S. Bick¬ford, C75
  • Foucault Pendulum, The, Wm. Brighton Jordan, 627
  • Friction of tho Spinning Top, The, Wm. Leighton Jordan, 677, 653
  • Gambetta, The, J. and A. Niclausse, 5l7 Gyroscope, The, Wm. Keith Beard, 603 Gyroscopo, Graphics of tho, 1’. W. I).. 54/ ;
  • W. Ixiighton Jordan, 485, 615; liamber Wilson, 459, 515
  • Heating and Ventilating, Wm. Ingham, 12 ; Os. Wheeler, 12
  • Hot-air Supply from Stoam Engine, Tho American Blower Company, 173 ; G, 149
  • Inlet Ventilation, Wm. Ingham, 238
  • Inlet Ventilation, The Nood for, Edw. A. Harman, 274 ; Arthur Rigg, 356
  • Institution of Naval Architects, The, Leslie 8.
  • Robertson, 379
  • Joy’s Assistant Cylinder, Fred. Elwards, 404
  • Knittingloy Boiler Explosion, Tho, W. Akhurst, 379; Boiler Maker, 401; Gerard A. Muntz, 404
  • labour-saving Machinery, Jas. Waite, 122
  • Language, A Question of, Onlooker, 72
  • Lifts, Safety in, A. Smith and Stevens, 73
  • Litigation under Mr. Chamberlain's Workmen's Compensation Act, W. J. Shaxby, 105 Liverpool Heavy Motor Trials, 11, S. Hele-Shaw, 653
  • Locomotives, Efficiency of, W. Carew Smith, 199
  • Locomotivo Engine-building in India, H. H. Spalding, 603
  • Locomotives, English and American, Draw Bar, 652 ; Fair Play. 675 ; G. M. L. 652; liy. Lea, 675 ; John Riekie, 653
  • Locomotive Fire-box Stays, Mernok, 459 ; Wort, 433
  • Locomotives, United States Express, Norman I). Macdonald, 99, 149 ; Satisfied, 122
  • Clement E. Stretton, 122
  • Masonry Arches, Largo, W. B. Coventry, 274
  • Mexico as a Field for British Enterprise, Regi¬nald Enock, 199
  • Motor Cars, John Smith and Co., 238
  • Mounting Guns, Sergeant, R.G.A., 653
  • Naval Engineers, Fidley House, 46 ; N. E., 46
  • Non-intlammable Wood, Edwin Marshall Fox, 404
  • Od Fuel in the Tyne, Engineer, 304
  • One Hundred and Twenty Miles an Hour, G. F. G. Desvignes, 433
  • Openshaw Armour Plate, P. von Jacob Holtzar and Co. (H. A. Brustlein), 405
  • Patent Law, Wm. Hucks, jun., 330
  • Patent Law Reform, P. Jensen, 675
  • Patent-office Reform, J. Brown, 356
  • Patents in Federated Australia, E. P. Alex¬ander and Son, 122
  • Patents without Patent Agents, R. M. O., 485; Old Patentee, 485 ; Patentee, 459; J. T. Towlson, 485
  • Patriotic Protest, A, Harvey Dalziel, 274
  • Railway Location, Percy G. Scott, 515, 603
  • Railway Runs, O. R. Walkey, 602
  • Receiver Steam, Robt. C. Puckering, 222
  • Repairing a Breakdown, J. 1). Seaton, 149
  • Roof Work in Wales, Roesand Kirby, Limited, 433
  • Salt Water Feed, Merryweathor and Sons, Limited, 122
  • Schmidt Superheater, Tho, Eiston and Co., Limited (H. K. Baynes), 330
  • Sirocco Fan, W. A. Granger, 675
  • Smoke Prevention, Nemo, 122
  • Observor, 99
  • Solignac Boiler, The, W. Worby Beaumont, 653
  • Standards of Lengths and Weight, W. M. L., 222
  • Steel Trust, The American, E. IL, SOI
  • Strength of Struts, The, J. M. Moncrielf, 627
  • Oiler, 433
  • Robt. II. Smith, 675
  • Strikes in New Zealand, Fred. Millar, 653
  • Submarine Boats, J. 11. B , 173
  • Robt. A. Bruce, 222
  • Superheating by Throttling, Jas. A. Watts, 73
  • Tests for Portland Cement, W. S. Hannah, 517
  • Theodolites and their Errors, P. J. Lynam, 304
  • Tramways and Light Railways Association, Norman A. Thompson, 199
  • Tabular Railways, Geo. T. Pardoe, 547
  • Valve Goar Diagrams, S. Henry Barraclough, 222
  • Chas. T. Crowden, 288
  • Ventilation and Heating, Alf. J. Allen, 47
  • Ventilation of the Law Courts, S. C. Davidson, 647
  • Interested, 433
  • Voltage, Augmented, Consumer, 274
  • Water Supply, Arthur Brangwyn, 12
  • B. W. W. E., 99 R. C. Frain, 73
  • R. H. and Son, 46 II. P. Maybury, 47
  • Water-tube Boilers, Alexander Dalrymple, 301
  • What an Englishman Thinks, J. D. B., 627
  • Wheel Lathe i>. Boring Mill, Machinist, 173
  • Winding from Great Depths, G. Fuller Grey, 274 ; Juguno, 304 ; Gisbert Kopp, 301
  • Wood, Non-inllammable, Edwin Marshall Fox, 404
  • Works out of London, Jas. Field, 405
  • Workshop Rules, Uncertainty, 149
  • Life-saving Appliances at the Paris Exhibition, 2, (74)
  • Lifts, Safety in, 73
  • Lighthouse, Bell Rock, 589, 653
  • Lighthouse Engineering, 255
  • Lighting of the Bais de Boulogne with Alcohol, (438)
  • Lightning Research Committee, Organisation of the, (397), (622)
  • Lignite Minos in Austria, 1899, (611)
  • Lille, Roubaix, and Tourcoiog, Scheme to Con¬nect, by a Boulevard, (477)
  • Linoleum Printing Machine, 344
  • Liquid Air, M. d’Arsonval on, (163)
  • Liquid Air in the Combustion of Lignite and Peat, Utilisation of, (123)

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  • American Institute of Architects, Quarterly Bulletin, Compiled and Edited by Glenn Brown, Secretary, (145)
  • Arches, Practical Treatise on Segmental and Elliptical, Oblique or Skew, by Geo. Joseph Bell, 429
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  • l’Artillerie a I'Exposition de, 1900, par le Col. X., (245)
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  • Banks and their Customers, Henry Warren, (219)
  • Barley and the Beer Duty, by II. Stopes, (286)
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  • Elevation and Stadia Tables, for Obtaining Differences of Altitude for all Angles and Distances, Arthur P. Davis, (219)
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  • England's Neglect of Science, Prof. John Perry, (171)
  • Euclid, Deductions in, T. W. Edmondson, (671,
  • Export Merchant Shippers’ Directory for 1901, (145)
  • Forgusson’s Surveying Circle and Percentage Tables, (219)
  • Field Fortifications, Text-book on, G. J. Fie- beger, (145)
  • Field Manual for Engineers, Philetus H. Phil- brick, (171)
  • Flags, Our, Their Origin, Use, and Traditions, Rear-Admiral 8. Eardley-Wilmot, (671)
  • Fogiatura Domestics, Dell Ing. Attilio Cerutti, 364
  • Fort William to Mallaig, Issued by the North British Railway Company, (671)
  • Fowler, Sir John, L'fe of, by Thos. Makay, 56
  • Ganguillet and Rutter's Formula, New Tables for the Complete Solution of, by E. C. S. Moore, (429)
  • Gas and Coal Dust Firing : Critical Review of tho Various Appliances Patented in Germany for this Purpose since 1895, by Albert Piitsch, (57)
  • Gas Engine Hand-book, E. W. Roberts, (671)
  • Gas Enterprise, A Hundred Years of, by Thos. Newbigging, (351)
  • Gasfitting, Hand-book of Practical, by Walter Grafton, (429), 671
  • Gasworks, Modern Methods of Saving Labour in, C. E. Brackenbury, (219)
  • Glue, Gum, Paste, and other Adhesives, by Thos. Bolas and Chas. Godfrey Leland, (401)
  • Gold Milling Principles and Practice, by G. C. Warnford Lock, (351), 429
  • Guide to Chamounix and the Range of Mt. Blanc, Edward Whymper, (671)
  • Guido to Zermatt and the Matterhorn, Edw. Whymper, (671)
  • Healthy Home, Francis Vacher, (598), (671)
  • Highway Construction, Treatise on, by Austin T. Byrne, (401)
  • Hillgrove Goldfields, Report on the, E. C. Andrews, (145)
  • Holidays in Eastern Counties, Ed. by Percy Lindley, (671)
  • How to Avoid Payment of Debt, by a Solicitor, (530)
  • Induction Coils, How to Make, Use, and Repair Them, H. S. Norrie, (671)
  • LTndustrie et le Commerce de l’Espagne, Gaston Routier, (219)
  • Ions et l’Electrolysc, La Théorie des, Auguste llollard, 365
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings of Vol. exliii., Session 1901, Part I., (530)
  • Kelly’s Directory of the Engineers and Iron and Metal Trades and Colliery Proprietors, (598)
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers, &c., (401)
  • Laboratory Physics, Manual of, by H. M. Tory and E. II. Pitcher, (401)
  • Land Area Tables, Wm. Codd, (530)
  • Laxton’s Builders' Price-book for 1901, (219), (236)
  • Lean’s Royal Navy List, No. 93, (145)
  • Lime, Mortar, and Cement: Their Characteristics and Analyses, W. J. Dibdin, (219), 285
  • Liquid Flow in Pipes, Sewers, &c., Tables for the Solution of Ganguillet's and Rutter’s Formula for the, Colonel E. C. S. Moore, 530
  • Literature, Contents and Subject Index to General and Periodical, by A. Cotgreave, (H5)
  • Lockwood’s Builders', Architects’, Contractors, and Engineers’ Price-book, 1901, (145)
  • Machine Design, Elements of, Part I., General Principles, Fastenings, and Transmissive Machinery, by W. Cawthorne Unwin, (530)
  • Manchester Royal Exchange for 1901, Directory and Guide to the, Rich. Collinton, (671)
  • Marine Engineers, Verbal Notes and Sketches for, by J. W. Sothern, (429)
  • Mechanical and Physical Subjects, Papers on, by Osborne Reynolds, (511)
  • Mechanical Triumphs of the Ancient Egyptians, Commander F. M. Barber, (171), 184
  • Mercury or Quicksilver in New South Wales, with Notes on its Occurrence in other Colonies and Countries, by J. E. Came, (95)
  • Mesures Electriquos, par Eric Gérard, (145) Metal Turning, Practical Lessons iD, by Percival
  • Marshall, (57)
  • Mines, Report of the Bureau of, 1900, Printed by Order of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, (57), 95
  • Mining and Metallurgy, "Transactions” of the Institution of, The Ninth Session, 1899-1901, 364
  • Mining Report of the Department of Mines and Agriculture, New South Wales, for 1899, (95)
  • Moteurs Synchrones a Courants Altematifs, André Blondel, (530)
  • Motor Cycles and how to Manage them, O. J. Wilson, (671)
  • Motor Engineers’ and Electrical Workers’ Hand-book, Wm. Lintern, (530,
  • Motor Vehicles and Motors: Their Design, Construction, and Working by Steam, Oil, and Electricity, by W. Worby Beaumont, 32
  • Municipal and County Engineers, "Proceed¬ings ” of the Incorporated Association of, Vol. xxvi., 145
  • Municipal Engineer, How to Become a, by J. Freebairn Stow, (286)
  • Natural Philosophy, Exercises in, by Magnus McLean, 56
  • Naval Annual for 1901, J. Griffin and Co., 611
  • Naval Annual, 1901, The, Edited by John Ley- land, (598)
  • Naval Pocket-book, The, Founded by Laird Clowes, Edited by L. G. Carr Laughton, (698)
  • Navali o Tipi di Navi, Programmi, by Vittorio
  • Cnniberti, 585
  • Navigation Sous-Marine, Généralités et Histo- rique, &c., par M. Gaget, (145)
  • Nicaraguan Canal Commission, 1897-99, Report of, 184
  • Office Management: Hand-book for Architects and Civil Engineers, W. Kaye Parry, (649)
  • Oil Engines, Design and Construction of, with Directions for Erecting, Testing, Running, &c., A. H. Goldingbam, (171)
  • Ore and Stone Mining, Text-bcok of, by C. Lc Neve Foster, (429)
  • Paper Work, Decorative and Useful, by Rev. C. Lambert and C. G. Leland, (286)
  • Papermakers’ Pocket-book, Compiled by Jos. Beveridge, (671)
  • Physics, Advanced Exercises in Practical, Arthur Schuster, (219)
  • Planters’ Association of Ceylon (Kandy) Proceedings of, for Year endieg February 17tb, 1900, (145)
  • Portes Modernes, Les, par C. do Cordemoy, 95
  • Psychical R?search, Proceedings of the Society for, Part XXXVIII., Vol. xv., October, (57)
  • Pure Water for London, by R. P. Whellock, (286)
  • Quantities, \ ol. i., Road-making and Hewer Construction, (511)
  • Railroads, Memorandum on Co-operative, by an Expert, (219)
  • Railway Law for the Man in the Train, Goo. E. T. Edalji, (171)
  • Railway Runs in Three Continents, J. T. Burton-Alexander, 219
  • Reservoirs for Irrigation, Water, Power, and Domestic Water Supply, by Jas. Dix Schuyler, (2-15)
  • Resistance des Matériaux et Eéments de la i Théorie Matbématique do l'Elasticité, par Aug. Fiippl, (245)
  • Rivetage des Charpentes Mclalliques des Navires et dos Chaudicres, Traité Theorique et Pratique du, Par G. Mangas, 236
  • " Royal" Road Book of England, The, (530)
  • Sanitary Engineering, Practical Treatise on the
  • Collection, Removal, and Final Disposal of ' Sewage, &o., by Col. E. C. S. Moore, (429)
  • Schittbauteohniscben Geselhchaft, Jahrbuch dor, Zweiter Band, (245), 649
  • Schilfsmaschinenbau, Der, Von H. Wilda, 57
  • Seaford's Map of Metropolitan Railways, Tram¬ways, and othor Improvements, (236)
  • Sekon’s Dictionary of Railway Words and Phrases, G. A. Sekon, (245)
  • Sell’s Dictionary of the World’s Press and Advertisers’ Reference-book, 1901, H. Sell, (530)
  • Sell’s Dictionary of Registered Telegraphic Addresses, National Directory of Large Com¬mercial Houses and Buyers’ Guide, (145)
  • “Shipping World” Year-book, Desk Manual in Trade, Commerce, and Navigation, (236)
  • Ships, All the World's, Cosmopolitan Naval Annual Target-book and Signal Manual, Parts I. and IL, Fred. T. Jane, (649)
  • Silico-calcareous Sandstones, Building Stones from Quartz, Sand, and Lime, Ernst Stutter, (171)
  • Smithsonian Institution, Report of S. P. Lang¬ley, Secretary of the, for Year Ending June 30th, 1900, (145), (649)
  • Society of Engineers, Transactions for 1900 and General Index, 1857 to 1900, (530)
  • Soil Study, A, Part II., The Crop Grown, Sugar Beets, Wm. P. Hoaddon, (145)
  • South Africa, Guido to, for the Use of Tourists, Sportsmen, Invalids, and Settlers, (6)
  • Statf-work of the Anglo-Boer War, 1889-1901, Lady Briggs, (671)
  • Statique Grapbique des Systèmes Triangnlés, Exposéj Théoriques, parT. Seyrig, 465
  • Steam Boiler Economy, Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Fuel Economy in the Opera¬tion of Steam Boilers, Wm. Kent, (401), 465
  • Steam Engine Design and Construction, Hints on, Chas. Hurst, (671)
  • Steam Engineering, Annual Report of the Chief of the Bureau of, Washington, (145) i Surveying and Levelling Instruments, Theoreti¬cally and Practically Described, by Wm. Ford Stanley, 364
  • Taschenbuch der Deutschen und dcr Fremden KriegsHotten, von B. Weyer, 144
  • Technische Hülfsmittel zur Befiirdornrg u Lagerung von Sammel Kürpern (Massen-
  • gütern), M. Buhl, (598)
  • Telephone Lines and their Properties, Wm. J. Hopkins, (598)
  • Tower3 and Tanks for Waterworks. Theory and Practice of their Design and Construction, (598)
  • Traverse Tables, with Introductory Chapter on Co-ordinate Surveying, by Hy. Louis and Geo. Wm. Caunt, (245)
  • 1 Tunnelling, Practical Treatise, by Chas. Prelini, f with Additions by Chas. S. Hill, (598)
  • Twentieth Century Inventions, A Forecast, by ) Geo. Sutherland, (351)
  • University Correspondence College, The Calen¬dar 1900-1901, (219)
  • i Water Filtration Works, J. H. Fuertes, (649), (671)
  • Water Power, by Joseph P. Frizel), (145), 271
  • Water Supply, Public, Requirements, Resources, and Construction of Works, by F.
  • E. Turneaure and H. J. Russell, with chap¬ter on Pumping, by D. W. Mead, (530), 585
  • Weights and Measurements of Sheet Lead, Jas. Alexander, (649)
  • Willing's PressGuide and Advertisers’ Directory and Hand-book, (95)
  • Yachting Hints, Tables, and Useful Memor¬anda, A. C. Franklin, (145)
  • Lock, Concrete, Mississippi, 152
  • Lodge, Professor O., on the University for Bir¬mingham Scheme, 552
  • London, Port of, (86)
  • London, The Cheapest Port in the World, (507) London Geological Field Class, (384)
  • London, Population, (13)
  • London and West County Chamber of Mines' “ Records,” First Vol., (425)
  • Lorry for Military Purposes, Self-propelled, 514
  • Lovell Interlocking Gear, The, 578
  • Lubricating Oil in Water-cooled Motors, The Flash-point of, (667)
  • Lubrication, Forced, Mr. C. Day on, 199
  • Ljater, Mr. A. G., Increase of his Salary, (263)

M

  • MACHALSKE, Dr., Method of Producing Phosphorus by Electrolytic Means, (321)
  • Machine for Cutting Marble, Automatic, (214)
  • Machines, Import and Export, French Govern¬ment Report, (490)
  • Machine Shop Construction, U.S.A., 436
  • Machine Tools, Mr. John Ashford, 188, 198, (200), 209, 223, 249
  • Axle Lithe and Screw Machine, 74
  • British, at the Glasgow Exhibi¬tion (Sup/iltinciit, June 2St/i, 1901), 664
  • for Plates and Angles, Rush- worth and Co., 612, 513
  • Libonr and, 243
  • Geo. Richards and Co., Limited, Paris Exhibition, 124
  • Machine Tools, Testing of, 382
  • Trade in the West of Scotland, 116
  • Works of Messrs. J. E. H. Andrew and Co., Limited, (681)
  • Machinery, British v. American, 72
  • Exports, A Year’s, 43
  • Fencing of, 124
  • for the American Navy (Supplement, Marek 22nd, 1901), 290
  • for the Ural Industries Admitted Duty Free, (667)
  • Painting of, 179
  • MacLdlan, Limited, P. and W., Machine Tools at the Glasgow Exhibition (vii., Supplement, June 29,1k, 1901)
  • Magnalium, (347), 467
  • Magnetism and Electro-magnetism, Prof. S. Thompson on, (39)
  • Magnets, Tests carried out by, Mr. J. Rlemencie, (263)
  • Maize-llaking Plant, 48
  • Manganeso Exports from Huelva, in Spain. (593)
  • Mines in Spain, Company to Exploit, (294)
  • Manufacturer on British Trade, A, 623

Maps:

  • Area of Operations of the Mond Gas Scheme, 537
  • Eoz.eli-Teheran Hoad, 110
  • London, Bobt. J. Cook and Hammond, (65)
  • Mond Gas Scheme, Area of Operation of the, 537
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraphy, Dr. J. A. Flem¬ing on, (191)
  • Masonry Arches, Large, 274
  • Massachusetts Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board Act Passed, (374)
  • Mather and Platt, Machine Tools, Glasgow Exhibition (xiii., Supplement, June 28</t, 1901)
  • Matheson, Mr. Hy. Cripps, 214
  • Maudslay, Sons, and Field, Limited, Itaunionand Dinner, (250)
  • Mechanical Stokers, Mr. J. Geldard on, 165
  • Traction in Paris, 387, 414
  • Mechanics, Professor Ewing on, (78), (104), (140), (178), 195, (223)
  • Meldrum Bros., Limited, New Works, (677)
  • Menzies, Mr. Thomas, 90
  • Mercury in the Colonies, Production of, Stimu¬lated by a Government Bounty, (39)
  • Mersey Dock, Double-power Hydraulic Capstan, 619, 620
  • Metal, A New, called Graphite Steel, (507)
  • Metals, Resilience of, Effect of Low Temperature on,(595)
  • Metals in Y okohama, Trade in, (595)
  • Metallic Compound, New, Discovered by Dr. Macbalske, (321)
  • Metallurgy during 1900, 22 .
  • Metallurgie Industry, Continental Crisis in the, (520)
  • Meters, Smith's Water, 328
  • Metric System, Mather and Platt and the, (266)
  • Mexico as a Field for British Enterprise, 199
  • Mexico, Trade of, and Demand for Agricultural Tools, Ac , Mining and Pumping Machinery,(123)
  • Mica, Bad Effect of Oil on the Insulating Property L of, (141)
  • Mica in New South Wnles, (294)
  • Mill, Taming and Boring, Atlas Engineering Company, 225
  • Milling Machines, British, Glasgow Exhibition (Supplement, June 29th, 1901)
  • Miliing Machines—see also Machine Tools Milwaukee, Steam Engine and Mining Combinition in, (539)
  • Mines of Lake Superior, The, (367)
  • Mine Ventilation, Mechanical, Mr. J. W. (Hutchinson cn, (76)
  • Mineral Exports from Greece, (13) Minerals of New South Wales, Value of, (242)
  • Mineral Resources of Venezuela, (595)
  • Miners’ Safety Lamps, 436, (451), 480
  • Mining in Biscay, (641), 652
  • Industry, Greece and New South Wales, (583)
  • Industries of the World, 1899, Blue-book dealing with the, (168)
  • Plant in Sweden, The Largest, (595)
  • Practice in Scotland, Mr. David Rankin on, 299
  • Properties in West of England Acquired by Foreign Syndicates, (425)
  • Moffatt Feed-water Heater, A Large, 75
  • Molybdenum, Oxidation of, M. Marcel Gnichard on, (39)
  • Moncrieff, Mr. J. M., Ilis Theory as to the Bending and Breaking of Struts, 388
  • Montmorency Falls Power Station, Quebec, 36, 40
  • Moore, Colonel E. C. S., Tables for the Use of Rutter’s Formula for the Flow of Water, 613
  • Mortising Machine, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, 484
  • Mosquitoes and Malarial Fever, Research into Connection of, (425)
  • Motive Power Schemes, 171

Motor Vehicles:

  • Abinthe instead of Petrol for, (622)
  • Alcohol in the place of Petroleum for the Pro¬pulsion of, (330), (374)
  • American, (321)
  • Autocar for Official Visits, Chinese Ambassador intends to Use an, (374)
  • Automobile Club de Franoe, Their Annual Show, 157
  • Club’s Thirty-mile Run to Ascertain the Consumption of Spirit, 347
  • 1200-mile Run, (141)
  • County Councillors and the, 622
  • Exhibition, (321)
  • and the Roads and Bridges Committee of the East
  • Suffolk County Council, (141)
  • Trials of Motor Vehicles in connection with the Glasgow Exhibition, 622
  • Automobiles for Conveying Stores and Ammunition, and Transport of Troops, in Austria, (347)
  • in France, Census of, (168)
  • Traffic in Sweden, (565)
  • Bicycle», Mr. J, Pennell on, (128)
  • Cara, 238
  • Cars to Carry the Ore from the Bins to the Furnaces, (321)
  • Cars in tho French Military Manoeuvres, (263)
  • Car Rice at Nice, (321)
  • Car Race from Paris to Bordeaux, (565)
  • Car, Steam, with Non-explosible Generator (321)
  • Chabocho, Steam Car, Boiler of, (477)
  • Chicago, A Failure a9 Public Conveyances for Hire, (397,
  • Cost of “ Motoring,” (667)
  • Cylinder Lubricant; for Petrol Cars, Care in the Selection of, (667)
  • Decauville Phiuton, 8 Horse-power, 475
  • Design, Construction, and Working of, by Steam, Oil and Electricity, 32
  • Duty on, in the United States, (611)
  • Electric Autocar for the German Emperor, (141)
  • English Motor Car Run, in Snow, (374,
  • Exhibition at Hamburg, (191)
  • Exhibition at Islington, 475
  • Fire Engine, “ An Exciting Trip,” (582)
  • Heavy Motor Traction, 481, 509, 511
  • H.M. the Queen’s, (507)
  • Light Steam Motor Carriage, Mr. H. A. House’s, (539)
  • Liverpool Self-propelled Traffic Association, (30G); Trials of Heavy and Other, 513 Liverpool Trials, Heavy Traffic, 481, 674, 592, 616, 653
  • “Locomobile” for Commander Wells’ Use, (477)
  • Locomobile Company’s Light Steam Carriage, Journey Made by, (65)
  • Long Distance Run with a Light, between Paris and Mantes, (425)
  • Lorry for Military Purposes, 514
  • Military Service, France and Austria, (347)
  • Oil Motor Tractor, A Novel, Mr. C. T. Crowden, 560, 561
  • Omnibus Service, South-West London, (263)
  • Paris, 157,188. 207, 232 Race at Pau, (191)
  • Racing on Common Roads, United States, (611)
  • Racing in France, (565), 583
  • Railway Charges for Carriage of, (374)
  • Royal Personages who Own, (477)
  • Steam Motor, New Type of American, (263)
  • Steam Motor Wagon Service, Tunbridge Wells and London, (641)
  • Steam, with Non-explosible Generator, (321)
  • For a Surveyor on Main Roads, Essex County Council, (667)
  • Transmission Mechanism, Mr. A. Marsden on, 190
  • War Machine, Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, designed by Mr. F. R. Simms, (539)
  • Wolseley Four-seated, 475
  • Moulding Material for Casting Metals, New, (263)

N

  • NATAL Industries, (374)
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 9, 41, 57, 151, 178, 200,219, 276, 299, 327, 316, 405, 424, 456, 483, 514, 513, 573, 613, 638, 674
  • Naval Engineering, Micro-physics of, Lectures on the, Mr. Thos. Andrews, (397)
  • Naval Scouting and Despatch Vessels, 413
  • Naval War Game under Coast Warfare Rules, 563
  • Navy Boilers— lie Boilers
  • Navy Estimates, The, 269
  • Navy, High Pressure in the, 376
  • Navy, Total Strength of, (622)
  • New England, Gas and Coke Company's Works, Everett, Mass., U.S.A., 422, 426
  • New South Wales, Number of Employed in Mines, Government Aid Granted to, Prospecting for Gold in, (477)
  • New York, Rapid Transition Commission, (13)
  • New Zealand, Trade of, (215)
  • Newsvendors’ Benevolent and Provident Institu¬tion, (582)
  • Niagara Falls Hydraulic and Manufacturing Company, One of the Penstocks Shut Down, (667)
  • Niagara Falls Power, The, (590)
  • Niagara Falls, Wearing Away of the Rocks at the Outlet of the Tail Race, (667)
  • Nickel and Cobalt, Specific Hoats of, (39,
  • Nickel Ore Smelting and Refining Works, New South Wales, (168)
  • Nickel Production, 301
  • Nickel and Steel, Application of the Peculiar Thermal Properties of, (565)
  • Nile Lock and Bridge Charges Abolished, (141)
  • Noble, Mr. George, (100)
  • Nut, Bolt, and Rivet Works near Airdrie, (595)

O

Obituary:

  • Oil Belt, Area of the Texas,(632)
  • Company, International, Japan, 176
  • Fuel at Sea, 276
  • Fuel for Torpedo Boats, 456, 460
  • Fuel in the Tyne, 301
  • Fuel on United States Torpedo Boat, Trial of, (39)
  • Lighting System, Incandescent, 576
  • Separating, from Exhaust Steam, Mr. Boyer Recommends Coke Chamber for, (507)
  • Old London Wall, Discovery of a Fragment of, (215)
  • Openings for English Capital and Manufactures, Servia, Quebec, (215)
  • Openshaw Armour Plate, 405

Ordnance:

  • Armour Plate Trials, 6ia., 377
  • Boer Field Artillery, 415
  • Breechloader (7'5in.) for the New Battleship, Capt. H. Garbett Describes, (622)
  • Dynamite Gun, Major Unge’s, 214
  • Fiold Guns, Supply of, 42, 50
  • Finspang Gun Foundry in Scandinavia Acquired by an English Firm, (39)
  • Garland Automatic Quick-firing Gun, The New, (347)
  • Gun Accidents, 670
  • Gun of the Americans, The Big, 214, 296
  • Gun, 5in.. New Model of, Tested at Indian Head, (451)
  • Gunnery Trials at Portsmouth, 12in. 50-Ton Gun, (641)
  • Guns, Our New German Field Artillery, (215), 288
  • Guns and Shells, Modern Steel, Mr. Thcs. Andrews on, 320
  • Gun, Vickers’ 6in., at Southsea Castle, 599,
  • 653 - , Igoition in Small Arms and Artillery, Develop¬
  • ment of the Mode of, 482, 628
  • Krupp, for Chili and Argentina. (583)
  • Guns, Krupp, for England, (100)
  • Gun, Krupp, 28 c.m. Quick-firing, (84)
  • Guns Made in Germany for the Use of Oar Field Artillery, (215)
  • Leader on, 21
  • Motor Tractie n for Maxim Guns, (347)
  • Naval Gunnory, 327, (641)
  • Prize Firing of the Terrible from 6in. Quick-firing Guns, (641)
  • Re-arming and Storing the Artillery, Govern¬ment Expenditure in, (123)
  • Three-pounder Quick-firing Guns to Replace Sighting Guns for Turrets and Barbettes, Torpedo Gun, The, 401
  • Vickers-Maxim Guns(6in.)at Heugh Battery, Hartlepool, and at Southsca Castle, (141), 172, 599, 653
  • Vickers-Maxim, T> pea of, Testing Operations at the Eskweals Range, (581)
  • Ore Supplies, Lake Superior, 144
  • Ores, Titaniferous, Experiments on, (65)
  • Organ for York Minster, The New, 332
  • Owen, Mr. Geo., (490)
  • Owen, Mr. Thos., (123)

P

  • PAINT Manufacturing Plant, Follows and Bale, Limited, (251)
  • Painting of Machinery, 179
  • Palmer's Blast Furnaces, Statements Respecting the Closing Down of, (100), (123)
  • Panama Company Offers to Sell its Entire Rights to America, (294) . .
  • Paper, Detection of Mechanical Wood Pulp m, Paper Mill, A Monster, Maine United States, (52)

Paris Exhibition:

  • Austrian Section, Triple- expansion, Four- cylinder Condensing Engine, F. RiDghoffer, 134,192
  • Boilers at, 291, 311 Cold 8torage at, 268, 259
  • Crane, 10-Ton Overhead Electric Travelling, Stork Frères et Cie, 208
  • Creil Exhibit, 63, 134
  • Dutch Section, Stork Frères et Cie, 600 Horae- power Compound Horizontal Condensing Enjrine. 160
  • Electrical Engineering at, 29, 63, 134, 196, 261, 272, 273, 284, 314, 418, 419, 445
  • Elektricitiits Gesellschaft (Schuckert) Installa¬tion, 272
  • Engine, 1000 Horse power Tandem Compound, Van den Kerohove, 44
  • Fives-Lillo Company’s Exhibit, 286
  • Franco-Tosi Engines, 368, 37®>’7^,?7L,
  • Ganz and Co., Electric Exhibit, 116, 116, 233, 234, 261, 272, 273, 284, 393
  • Hackl Arc Lamp, The, 445
  • Hoor Curve Tracer, Ganz and Co., 285
  • Life-saving Appliances, 2, 74
  • Lighthouse Engineering at, No. V., 255
  • Locomotive Exhibits at Vincennes, Chas. Rous-Marten, 107, 234, 255, 431
  • Locomotive, Express, with Auxiliary Driving
  • Gear, Krauss and Co. (Supplement, January 4th, 1901), 5
  • Locomotive, Express, Saxony State Railways (Supplement, January 18th, 1901), 63, 112, 113
  • Norwegian Section, Prime Movers, A. L. Thnne, 337
  • Oerlikon Exhibit, 134,135
  • Primo Movers at. Nos. XVI., XVII., .Will.,
  • XIX., XX., XXL, XXII.. XXIII., XXIV. (Supplement, March, 3th, 1901), 44, 83, 160, 181, 235, 264, 286, 337, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 392
  • Rieter, Electric Engineering Exhibit, 393, 418, 419
  • Ringhoffer, F., Four-cylinder Triple-expansion Engine (Supplement, Ma’ch 8th, 1901), 235
  • Sautter, Harle, and Co.’s Exhibit, 196
  • Screw Machine, Vertical Automatic, Wolseley Sheep-shearing Machine Company, 74
  • Siemens Brothers and Co.’s Exhibit, 445
  • Siemens and Halske Exhibit, 208
  • Siemons and Halske( Russia), Dynamo, Electric Pump, Station Switch, Field Magnet, Print¬ing Telegraph, 314
  • Sociéti? Alsacionne’s Engines, 392
  • Stork Frères et Cie. Exhibit, 160, 208
  • Thuile Locomotive, The, 431
  • Vulcanite at, 29
  • Paris Sewage Works, 267
  • Parker, Mr. John James, (631)
  • Patent Agents, Mr. G. B. Ellis on the Control of, 154
  • Patents Applied for. Expired, and Sealed, and Receipts from, 1900, (565)
  • Patents for Explosives, Mr. Redmond's Question in the House respecting, (426)
  • Patents in Federated Australia, 47, 122
  • Patent Law, 330
  • Patent Law in 1900, 183
  • Patent Law Reform, 344, 454, 675
  • Patent-office Reform, 356
  • Patent Rights of Willson for the Manufacture of Carbide, (451)

Patents, Selected American:

  • Aerial Recreation Apparatus, F. A. Bellamy, 362
  • Ammonia Compressor, J. T. Ludlow, 204
  • Ball Gearing, II. B. Keiper, 634
  • Boiler, T. I’. Connelly, 464
  • Boiler, M. Coryell, 230
  • Boilers, Removing Scale from, E. D. Hopcroft, 230
  • Boiler, Steam, Mallet and Mosier, 106
  • Boiler Tobe Cleaner, R. Thompson, 130
  • Boilers, Water-tube, W. D. Hamilton, 156
  • Boiler, Water-tube, J. I. Thornycroft, 54
  • Broaching Press, J. A. Baker, 492
  • Carburettor for Explosive Engines, II. C. Ray, 130
  • Cars for Blast Furnaces, E. A. Weimer, 584
  • Centrifugal Pumps and Shafting, End-thrust Counterbalance for, F. H. Jackson, 584
  • Chains, A. Masion, 28
  • Chain Cutter for Mining Machines, II. H. Mercer, 80
  • Core Bar, G. H. Adam, 680
  • Crane, O. lletlesaoter, 556
  • Crucibles, Re-charging, Protector and Shaker for, J. Illingworth, 610
  • Cotter Head, S. J. Shimer, 130
  • Dynamo, Electric Machine, II. E. Heath, 556
  • Ejector, W. D. Labadie, 180
  • Electric Furnace, C. S. Bradley, 54
  • Interrupter, J. M. Davidson, 412
  • Metal-working Apparatus, E. Thomson, 556
  • Supply Meters, Astatic Armature for, S. Evershed, 130
  • Sweeper and Dust Gatherer, C. Dufour, 440
  • Elevating and Ramming Apparatus for Gun’, Dawson and Horne, 156
  • Engine Dashpot, Steam, M. R. Moore, 254
  • Explosion, C. E. Dawson, 680
  • Explosive, W. Maybach, 658
  • Gas, H. D. Weed, 130
  • Steam, Davidson and Hampton, 180
  • Escapement, M. Baler, 610
  • Evaporating Apparatus, E. J. Doff, 308
  • Fan or Pomp, Centrifugal, S. C. Davidson, 308
  • Feed-water Heater, D. R. Cumming, 180
  • Flanged Flues for Boilers. F. k Lane, 282, 308
  • Fluid Brake for Guns, J. Krone, 412
  • Furnace, J. P. Gill, 658
  • Furnace, Blast, H. Hardb, 524
  • Furnace, Coking, P. B. Elkins, 658
  • Furnace, Metallurgical, A. Reynolds, 556
  • Furnaces, Supplying Air to, J. Vicars, son. And jun., 524
  • Gasifying Apparatus for Explosive Engines, F. Dürr, 156
  • Grain Separator, N. Heid, 54
  • Gun Mounting, Dawson and Horne, 28
  • Harvesting Machine, W. II. Traphagon, 156
  • Heating Air, W. C. Wallace, 106
  • Hinge, J. F. Collins, 634
  • Hydraulic Brush, E. A. Rix, 230
  • Locomotive Engine, W. M. Smith, 308
  • Milling Machine, F. A. Burnham, 230
  • Motor, J. F. W. Koetter, 680
  • Motor, Internal Combustion, C. F. Bergmann, 556
  • W. E. Simpson, 64
  • Mounting for Rotary Cotters, H. L. Casavant, 1 362
  • Movable Support of Magnetic Material, Stanley 1 and Smith, 54 1
  • Nut Tapping, A. H. Rigg, 808 ‘
  • Oil-feeding Device for Expksion Engines, Thornton and Lea, 624
  • Ores, Treating Refractory, J. C. Teller, 166
  • Piston for Singlo-acting Engines, O. F. Good, 440
  • Power Apparatus for Removing Skull from Ladles, Waldburger and Smith, 412
  • Projectile for Ordnance, B. E. L. de Man?, 180
  • Pulley, Expansible, S. W. Wardwell, jun., 556
  • Pump, J. Stumpf, 624
  • Pomp, Pneumatic, D. L. Holden, 658 I
  • Rango Finder and Turret, Combined, B. A. Fiske, 254
  • Refuse Dostructnr and Steam Generator, Wood and Brodie, 28
  • Regenerative Hearth Furnace, E. Blass, 464
  • Riveting Press, G. W. Weber, 610
  • Roller Mechanism for Conveyor Belts, J. and P W. Titus, 656
  • Rolling Mill, J. Kennedy, 492
  • Roll Train and its Posses for Shaping Bars, W. J. Bradley, 362
  • Rotary Motor, A. Lostrnde, 410
  • Saw Shnrpener, J. W. Green, 156
  • Scissors, J. Badger, 440
  • Screw Plate, Z. O. Ward, 440
  • Seamless Tubing, S. E. Dioscher, 634
  • Speed Governor, C. F. Sleigh, 524
  • Speed Governor for Explosive Engines, J. and B. Millot, 362
  • Speed Regulators for Explosive Engines, A. De Dion and G. Bouton, 584
  • Speed Regulator for Gas Engines, J. W. Lam¬bert, 204
  • Steam Boiler Crown Bar, E. Cloy, 332
  • Steering Apparatus for Motor Vehicles, J. E. Thornycroft, 386
  • Stopper for Ladles, W. II. McFadden, 658
  • Sugar Boiling, Method of, J. and C. McNeil, 658
  • Table Extension, J. T. La Turno, 308
  • Taps, High-pressure Water, W. Bradley, 130
  • Telegraphy, Poliak and Virag, 282
  • Tube Cutter, II. Ord, 524
  • Valve for Compound Engines, S. M. Vauclain, 156
  • Valve Gear, H. Lentz, 106
  • Valve, Reversing, S. Foster, 80
  • Valve, Straightway, J. Powell, 386
  • Valve, Throttle, J. S. Chambers, 386
  • Water Gauge, J. O’Brien, 610
  • Water-wheel Impact, J. R. de Remer, 106
  • Wheels, Vehicle, A. S. Moore, 634 Patents in Spain, (632)
  • Patent Stories told at Society of Arts, (477)
  • Patent System, The British, 33
  • Patents and Trade Marks, Australian Common¬wealth’s Effect on, 47
  • Patents without Patent Agents, 485
  • Patents in the United Kingdom, 1900, Applica¬tions for, (13)
  • Patents, United States, Commissioner of, Report for 1900, (263)
  • Patriotic Protest, 274
  • Paving Stone made from Clinker, Bradford and Oldham Refuse Destructor Furnaces, (321)
  • Pearn and Co., Limited, Frank, Pump with Patent Cylinder for Single-acting Rams, 619
  • Pease, Mr. .1. W., (321)
  • Poat Fuel Industry, Finland, State Grant Pro¬posed, (622)
  • Industry in Sweden, 149, (397), 444, 517, (595), (641)
  • Machinery, Swedish, 517
  • Question in Sweden, Too, 444
  • Works, Russia, for State Railways, (410)
  • Persia, Projected Highway from Teheran to the Russian Caucasian Frontier, (385)
  • Petroleum and Asphalt Beds, Vera Cruz. (374)
  • Petroleum in California and on the Pacific Coast, (321)
  • Petroleum into the Canary Islands, Imports of, (595)
  • Petroleum to Glassmaking, Application of, (168)
  • Petroleum as a Motive Power for Screw Pro¬pellers of Fishing Boats, (667)
  • Petroleum-producing Countries, 1899, The Chief, (397)
  • Phosphorus by Electrolytic Means, Production of, (321)
  • Physical laboratory, The National, (422)
  • Pier at Cromer, New, (616)
  • Piors of the Norddeutscber Lloyd at Hoboken, Work of Re-instating, (507)
  • Pig Iron Castiog Machine, American Rotary, 11
  • Pipe, Cast Iron, in the United States, 157, 232, 258, 268, 389, 443, 468, 533, 534, 587
  • Pipes from Electrolysis, Preservation of, (277)
  • Pipe Foundry, New Jersoy, U.S.A., 258, 2 8, 313
  • Pipe, Iron and Cement, Pbipp's, U. S.A., 460
  • Pipe and Tube Manufactory and Plant, Carnegie Company’s Projected, (39)
  • Pipe, Wooden Stave, 630
  • Piston Ring, A New, Dobson and Co., 691
  • Planers, Side, Gso. Richards and Co., Limited, 124
  • Planing Machines, British, Glasgow Exhibition (Supplement, June 23lh, 1901)
  • Plate-glass Factory Plant, U.S.A., 460
  • Plates and Angles^ Machine Tools for, 512, 513
  • Platform, Moving, (100)
  • Platinum and Iridosmine in New South Wales, (263)
  • Platinum, Something New in, 61
  • Platinum, World’s Supply of, (123)
  • Plymouth, Customs Returns Increasing, (374)
  • Pneumatic Tube Transmission Service, New York to Hartford, (168)
  • Pole, Dr. Wm., 9
  • Population of Italy and Germany, (191), (211)
  • Population of the United States, (100)
  • Port Talbot Industrial Developments, (242)
  • Portland Cement, Tests for, 511, 547

Portraits:

  • Armstrong, Lord, 5 Fairbairn, Sir Andrew, 601
  • Poltaranof, Nicolas Vladimirowitch, 162
  • Reid, Mr. James, and Mr. Hugh, 493
  • Volflingsseder, Rodolf von, 162
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, Pressure of Work and Additional Mechanics, (539)
  • Portsmouth Drainage Difficulties, (168)
  • Power, Cheap, 170, 222
  • Power and Lighting Economist, a New Review, (242)
  • Press, Brick and Tile, 246
  • Pressures Required for Riveting and Flanging, (128)
  • Printing Trade Dispute, The, 271
  • Provisional Orders, Session 1901, 576
  • Pulley Blocks, Capacity of Differential, 318
  • Pulleys of Sheet Metal, Split, (321)
  • Pulley, Speed Test with a Wood, (321)
  • Pumping of Electricity, (554)
  • Pumping Gas, Plant for, 488
  • Pumping Plant, Temporary, near Plawsworth,
  • Pumping Station, Hampton, 434, 449, 452
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, 330, 379, 404
  • Pumps, Duplex Circulating, Mr. Mumford, 150
  • Pomp, Fixed Fire, 381
  • Pumps, Patent Cylinders for Single-acting Ram, 619

Q

  • QUEENSLAND, The Drought and the Arlesian Wells in, (425)
  • Queen Victoria, 93
  • Queen Victoria and Colliery Disasters, 151

R

Railway:

Railway Accidents:

  • America, Butting Collision, Michigan, (347)
  • Australia, Hurstville, (335)
  • Caledonian Railway at Glasgow, Underground Line of the, (13)
  • Cambrian, Oswestry Collision, (172)
  • Chiswick Level Crossing, (263)
  • Coupling and Uncoupling, Killed and Injured while, (215, 374)
  • Dundee, (507)
  • Glasgow, Electric Tramcar Collisions, (539)
  • Great Northern, Holbeek, (215)
  • Killed and Injured whilst Coupling or Un¬coupling, (215), (374)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Lower Darwen, (13)
  • Lift, on the City and South London Railway,
  • London and North-Western, Goods Train on Fire, (622)
  • London and North-Western, Slip on, due to Heavy Rains, (13), (39)
  • Metropolitan, Baker-streot Collision, (191)
  • Midland and South-Western Joint, Fall of Rock near Withington, (65)
  • New South Wales, near Rydal Station, (679)
  • Nine Months’ Summary, United Kingdom, (374)
  • Prevention of Accidents Act, 1900, (438)
  • St. I’ancras Station, (539)
  • Scotch Express, Narrow Escape at Carlisle, (374)
  • Sud Express Disaster, Mr. Chas. Rous-Marten on, 6 Tralee, (451)
  • United Kingdom during Six Months, Board of Trade Returns, (212)
  • United States, Number of, in November, 1900, (65)
  • United States, during December, January, February, March, April, (215), (263), (397),
  • (507), (611)

Railways, British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • Australian, 100, 105, (123)
  • Island of Cape Breton, (641)
  • Queensland, Milooge, (667)
  • State, Mr. Mathieson on the Future Management of, (679)
  • West, Inquiry into Fraudson, (583)
  • British Columbia, Projected Developments, (451), (641)
  • Burma, Mileage, (294)
  • Mono-rail Line, (622)
  • Caledonian, Mr. R. Millar's Appointment, (100)
  • Six Months' Receipts per Train Mile, Expenditure, (291)
  • Use of Strel Cars, (321)
  • Canada, Line to the Yukon and the PaciBc Coast, (294)
  • Mileage, Capita’, Earnings, Receipts, Ac., (291), (321)
  • Canadian Pacific, Coast-Kootenay Line. (641)
  • Cape Government Lines Benefited by the War, (641)
  • Natal, Bill, (641), (667)
  • Central London, (78), (242)
  • Traffic on Bink Holiday, (397)
  • Vibration on, (13), (39), 42, (141), (425), (507)
  • Chatham and Dover and South-Eastern, Mr. Forbes on the Amalgamation, (641)
  • Dee Estuary Line, (397)
  • Devil’s Bridge, Vale of Rheido', (ICO)
  • Exeter and Chagford, (539)
  • Exmouth and Salterton, (168)
  • Fairford and Cirencester, Projected Line, (477)
  • Great Central, Proposed New Works and their Cost, (123)
  • Victoria Station, Nottingham, 70, 71, 96, 97. (121)
  • Great Eastern Employes’ New Head-dress, (468)
  • Fast Run to Cromer, (622)
  • Low-level Tobe Lines from Ilford to Liverpool-street, (141)
  • American System of Luggage Registration, (321)
  • Registration of Luggage System, (451)
  • Woodford and Ilford, 527
  • Great Western Corridor Trains, (123)
  • Fast Trains on, (356)
  • Golven Valley Line Acquired by the, (477)
  • Local Line to Looe, Connected with the, (539)
  • New and Additional Services, Time-book for July, August, and September, (641)
  • Rebuilding of Shrewsbury Sta¬tion, (294)
  • Standard Axle-box, 327
  • Highland, Doubling of Portion of the Line, 576
  • Highland, West, Extensions, Mallaig and Loch Fyne, (595)
  • Indian, Amalgamation of Lines, (13)
  • Bengal and North-West, Short of Loco¬motives, (168)
  • Cost of Travelling. (667)
  • Kalka-Simla. Its Curvature, (622)
  • Mileage ef New, Opened in January, 1901, (321)
  • Nilgiri, 277
  • North-Western of, (13)
  • Port and City of Calcutta Service, (123)
  • Railway Contracts, American Firms and, 691
  • Raipur-Dhamtari Line, (123)
  • Signalling on, (184)
  • South Punjaub, Arbitrator's Award on Matters in Difference, (897)
  • Ireland, Midland Great Western Extension, Ennis and Limerick, Reduction of Fares, (39), (100)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Coal Bill, (141)
  • Liverpool Overhead, Traffic, (141)
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast, Trains for Cyclists on Sundays, (477)
  • London and North-Western, Average Rates for Merchan¬dise, &c., (462); Coal Bill, (191)
  • Garston Dock Scheme, (215)
  • Mileage of Trains, 1899, 1900, (168)
  • Running Ex¬penses, 1899, 1900, (168); Traffic, 1900,
  • London and South-Western, Coal Bill of, 1899, 19C0,(168)
  • Illustrated Local Guide No. 2, (667)
  • Punctuality on, (168)
  • Re-modelling of
  • Clapham Junc¬tion Station, (168)
  • Mersey, Receipts and Working Expenses, (294)
  • Change from Steam to Electric Traction under Consideration, (321)
  • Metropolitan and District, (242), (294), 297, (374), 401, 429, 453
  • Electric Traction on, (39), 43
  • Milland, Additional Express Service to Ireland, (565)
  • Annual Return of Members of the Staff over Sixty Years of Age, (451)
  • Fast Run to Glasgow, (667)
  • Fixed Steam, Fire, and Pumping Engine at the Bromsgrove Works, (667)
  • Ileaton, Mersey, and New Mills Ex¬tension, (321)
  • Leicester and Burton Branch Re- oponed, (62), (65)
  • Mileage of Trains and Running Ex¬penses, 1899, 1900, (168)
  • Midlands, New Line Projected, (425)
  • Mileage, Traffic, &c., in the United Kingdom, „(321)
  • New South Wales, Glut of Traffic, Orders for Additional Rolling Stock, (583)
  • New Zealand, Great Reforms, (397)
  • Main Trunk Line, Northern, (13)
  • North British, Extensions Bill, (595)
  • Mr. G. B. Wieland Elected Chairman, (477)
  • North-Eastern, Circular Suburban Service for Newcastle, (141)
  • Doubling of Line between Bishop Auckland and Bar¬nard Castle, (477)
  • Doubling of Line between Northallerton and M el- merby, (178)
  • Extension Schemes, 515
  • Fast Runs on the, 577, 675
  • High Level Bridge, Newcastle-on-Tyne, (321)
  • Leeds and Selby Line to be Converted into a Four-road Railway, (141)
  • Locomotive Works, Darlington, (327)
  • New Branch from Eaglescliffe Junction, (141)
  • Railway Works at Newcastle, 546
  • Stockton and Billingham Beck Line Deferred, (65)
  • Team Valley Extension, (263)
  • Water Troughs, (489)
  • North Staffordshire, Cheadle to Derby, (39)
  • Queensland, Gladstone, Rockhampton, (100)
  • Scottish Express Trains, (645)
  • South-Eastern, New Works, 133
  • Opposition to the Thames River Service Bill, (294)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Arrangement with Rother Valley Light Railway Company for Tenterden,(123)
  • Express Afternoon Service vid Folkestone and Boulogne, (539)
  • Mileage Run by their Engines, (123)
  • New Station at Tattenham Corner, Epsom Downs, (595)
  • Widenings of Lines and Re¬construction of Stations, (123), (595)
  • Southend to Burnham and Bradwell-on-Sea, (565)
  • South-Western Widening, The, 133
  • Statistics, United Kingdom, (321)
  • 'faff Vale Railway Dividend and Coal Bill, (141), (191)
  • Team Valley Line, Widening, (280)
  • Tube Line under Hampstead Heath Opposed. (168)
  • Tubular, 547
  • Uganda, (191), (215), (477)
  • Wales, Dinas Mawddy Line Closed, (622)
  • Extensions, (13), (100), (104)
  • Waterloo and City Traffic, (141)
  • West African, Sekondi to Coomas3ie, (539)

Railways, Electric:

  • Anvert’s System of Lighting, (622)
  • Bsrlin-IIamburg Projected, One Hundred and Twenty Miles an Hour, 217, 433, 455
  • Boston, Elevated, 460
  • Canada, (242)
  • Cars for, (200,
  • New York, 250, 397, 451 England, East to West of, Gigantic Schemo for,
  • (242)
  • France, Tarn, (306)
  • Ganz System, 114, 135, 158 Germany, Mileage of, (263)
  • Italy, 330, (361)
  • London, Map of, (65)
  • Manchester and Liverpool Express, (65), (123) (263), 480, (539), 541, 572
  • Mandalay, (595)
  • Manhattan, Electric Equipment of the Cars for, 301,(595)
  • Merthyr, (374)
  • Merthyr Tydvil, (263), (280)
  • Metropolitan, City, and South London Whit¬
  • suntide Traffic, (595)
  • Metropolitan District, (39), (100), (595)
  • Mexico, City of, (123)
  • Minneapolis and St. Paul, Utilisation of Water
  • Power for, (215)
  • Mono-rail, Once Moro the, 649
  • New York, Rapid Transit Subway, (250), (397),
  • (451), (622), (667)
  • Paris, and the Moving Platform, (100)
  • Rack, Fayet St. Gervais, Switzerland, (665) Romo and Naples, (131)
  • Russian, St. Petersburg and Moscow, 297, (306),
  • (425)
  • Solent, Under the, (215)
  • Spain, (361)
  • Surface-contact System, under Trial by the
  • Helios Elektricitiits A. G., (595)
  • Swiss, Limmatually, (641)
  • Truck, Two-motor, Ganz and Co., 85 Underground, Christiania, (565)
  • United States, Montana, (100)
  • Yaltellina, 673

Railways, Foreign:

  • Abyssinia, (100)
  • Africa, East, German in, (421)
  • South, Buluwayo, to be a Central Junc¬tion for 500 Miles of Railway, (641)
  • West, (539) 1
  • Alaska, (361)
  • American Construction, 144
  • Reduction in Iron and Steel Freights
  • from Pittsburgh, (123)
  • South Pacific, New Express Train,
  • San Francisco to Los Angeles, (425)
  • Anatolian, (641)
  • Argentina, (191)
  • Central, Extensions, (595)
  • Rosario the Terminus of
  • Six Lines, (622)
  • Olavarria to Bahia Blanca, (565)
  • San Juan to Patqnia, (263)
  • Austrian, North Provinces with Trieste, (3211
  • Bagdad, 422
  • Belgian, Ostend-Constantinople through Ser¬vice, (100), (168)
  • Bosnian, (191)
  • Brazil, (100), (263)
  • Buenos Ayres and Rosario, Extensions, (595)
  • China, Eastern, (65), (168), (477), (507)
  • China, Pekin to Changsinfu, (294)
  • France, Courcelles to Chateau Chinon, (520)
  • Havre to Dieppe, (397)
  • Nieigles to Prades au Puy, (555)
  • Northern of, Passenger Traffic during Exhibition, (565)
  • Paris and Chartres, (433)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, New Lines from Paris to Geneva and from Miramas to l’Estague, (65), (361)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, Post Trains on, (477)
  • Paris Metropolitan, Traffic on, (397), (667)
  • Paris-Orleans Lino, Doubling of, (361),
  • St. Jean d’Angely to Saintes and Saujon,(361)
  • Southern of, Mileage and Receipts (667) F '
  • Southern of, Chas. Rous-Marten on the 107
  • Terrenoiro and Rive de Gier, (555)
  • Toulon to Hyhres, Narrow Gauge, (361)
  • Tourane to Huh in Indo-China, (405)
  • German in Eist Africa, (242), (421)
  • Hamburg, Important Improvements, Central Station, Ac., (667)
  • Suspended Railway, Elberfeld, Bar¬men, and Vohwenkel, (347)
  • Working Results of, in 1899, 432
  • Greece, Calamata to Tripolis, (425)
  • Pyrgos to Megalopolis, (477)
  • Pyrgos, Kyparisiia, and Meligala, (263)
  • Indo-Cbina, (667)
  • Italy, Domodo8sola to Arona, (263)
  • E'ectric Traction in, (405)
  • Turin to Porto Maurizzio, (385,
  • Japanese, British Locomotives Supersede American, (565)
  • Mileage Returns, (539)
  • Korea, Seoul to Wi-ju, (425)
  • Lagos Government, 662
  • Madagascar, (361)
  • Mediterranean, Coal Supply from Cardiff, (451)
  • Mexico, Mileage Increase, (123), (191)
  • Yneatan from Peto to Bay of Espiritu, (667,
  • Montenegro, Antivari and Niksic, (263)
  • Norwegian State, Administration Invite Tendors for Supply of Tools and Materials, Ac., (451)
  • Pennsylvania, Opposes the Entrance of the Wabash System into Pittsburgh, (678)
  • Pernambuco, Extensions, (565)
  • Roumanian, Lignite and Petroleum Fuel on (251)
  • Mileage and Expenditure, (263)
  • Russian Central Asian, Branch Line to Bok¬hara, (65)
  • Commission Appointed for a General Inspection of Certain Lines, (477)
  • Kreusburg-Moscow, (539)
  • Mileage, 1900, 1899, under State and Private Control, (321)
  • Moscow to the Trans-Siberian, 638
  • Orenburg in the Direction of the Steppes, (515)
  • Orenburg-Tashkend, (374)
  • Russian, Port Arthur System, Tunnel on, (13)
  • Projected, (105)
  • Projects in Persia, 121
  • Ring Railway for Petersburg, (251), 292
  • St. Petersburg to Viatka, (565)
  • Yekaterinburg and Perm Extension, (622)
  • State, in 1900, (485)
  • Trans-Balkan, (306)
  • Trans-Siberian, 78, 171, (100), (374), 652
  • Valley of the Dneipor, (123)
  • Warsaw-St. Petersburg, Goods Engines to Take 45 Trucks, (477)
  • Siam, (306)
  • Sicily, (306)
  • Spanish, Coast Line to Bilbao, (622)
  • Madrid to Burgos, (595)
  • Sweden, Proposed Cable Railway, (507)
  • Sarii Line to be Extended, (385)
  • State, 1900, Mileage and Tratlio on, (595)
  • Swiss, Simplon Tunnel, Progress of, (595)
  • Domodossola to Arona, (460)
  • Jura-Simplon Line, Truth as to the Expected Avalanche, (347)
  • Juras, Tunnelling the, 666
  • Texas, Mileage cf Now, (641)
  • Turkey, Bagdad, (65), (121), 422
  • Line to Connect the Black Sea with the Adriatic Suggested by Servia, (39)
  • Mileage, (433)
  • Projected to Mecca, (263)
  • United States, Baltimore and Ohio, Automatic Block Signalling on the,
  • (?47)
  • Baltimore and Ohio, Electric Storage Battery for Propul¬sion of Trains through Tun¬nel, (622)
  • Boston Elevated Opened, (667)
  • Copper Range, Mr. C. C. Stowell on, 260
  • Erie Railway, Erection of New Shops, (347)
  • Grand Trunk, New Fast Express Train, Chicago to New York, (3741
  • Great Northern, Cascade Tunnel on, 221
  • Improvement in the Revenues, (477)
  • Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa, 654
  • Lehigh Valley, “Black Dia¬mond ” Expresses, Fast Runs, (168)
  • Manitoba, System to be Taken Over April 1st, (321)
  • Mileage Returns, 1900, (39)
  • New York Central, Landscape Gardener Appointed, (667)
  • New York Central Lines, Mile¬age, Gross Eirniogs, (565)
  • New York Central, Traffic, 15th and 16th March, (595)
  • New York Elevated, (451)
  • New York Elevated, Electric Traction on, (250), 260
  • Now York Underground, (123)
  • North Pacific Transfers its 310
  • Miles in Manitoba to Makenzie and Mann, (667)
  • Pennsylvania, Operations of the Pension Department, (242)
  • Philadelphia and Reading, New Equipment, (123)
  • Receipts, (191)
  • Tennossoe Central, 88, 89, 90, 92
  • Wisconsin Central, New Works, (606)

Railways, Light:

  • Association, Tramways and, 199
  • Blackpool and Garstang, (215). (317)
  • Bromsgrove and Lickey End, (321)
  • Cambridgeshire, (168)
  • Cornwall to the Lizard, (507)
  • Crewe, (141). (168)
  • Dingwall and Cromarty, (39)
  • Essex, (263)
  • Exhibition, (191)
  • Iledingham-Elsingham, (667)
  • Knol Valley, (641)
  • Lancashire, (425)
  • Long Melford, (191)
  • Merthyr, (374)
  • Northwich to Warrington, (477)
  • Nottinghamshire, (31/)
  • Orders Confirmed by Board of Trade, (191), (263), (321), (374), (477), (565). (674)
  • Ormskirk to Southport, (215), (263)
  • Rhoidol Valley, (13)
  • Rhondda, Wales, (565)
  • Servia, (191)
  • Sheernots and Shoppoy, (191)
  • Sunderland to Shields, (334)
  • Warwickshire, (13)
  • Welshpool and Llanfair, (595), (641)
  • Worcester, (191)
  • Worcester, Halesowen, Essington, and the Potteries, (215)
  • Yorkshire, (263)

Railway Locomotives:

  • American, Baldwin, for France, (65)
  • Baldwin, Fire-box Tests, (565)
  • Baldwin, for Pennsylvania Railway,
  • Baldwin, for Philadelphia and Rending Railway, (123)
  • in the British Isles, (240) in England, by a Locomotive Engi¬neer, 661
  • in England, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 618
  • for Export, (13), 39, 473, 474 for France, (100)
  • Baldwin, Heavy Passenger, 176 on Indian Railways, Complaints of, (13,
  • for India, (425)
  • Recoivod in Assam, not Entiroly Satisfactory, (397)
  • on the Orleans Railway, not Satis¬factory, 667
  • American, for tbo Rival Bavarian Railway, (397)
  • Sactional View of en, (65)
  • Suburban Tank, (580)
  • Boiler, Corrugated Furnace Type of, Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt on, (141)
  • Boilers, Lip-welded Steel Tubes for, (123)
  • British Supersede American in Japan, (566)
  • Builders in America, Combine of all the Impor¬tant, (622)
  • Building, The Progress of, (573)
  • Cab, The American, 173,199
  • Canadian, (100)
  • Coal, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. Aspinall, 214, 220
  • Combustion in, 647
  • Corrugated Flue Fire-boxes for, (376)
  • Driving Wheels, Wear of the Fiamrea of, Dis¬cussion in the United States, (141)
  • Efficiency of, 194,199 Electric, The Hunt, (24)
  • Electric, Thos. Parker, Limited, 567
  • Electric, Three-phase, Ganz and Co., Paris Exhibition, 284
  • Electric. 12, 234
  • Engine-building in India, 603 English and American, 652, 653, 675
  • Exhibits at Vincennes, Mr. Rous-Marten on, 107, 234, 255, 431, 534
  • Express, with Auxiliary Driving Gear, Krauss and Co. (Supplement, January 4th, 1901), 6
  • Express, Baltimore and Ohio Railway, 176
  • Express, London, Brighton and South Coast, Mr. R. J. Biilinton (Supplement!, June 7ih and 14rA, 1901), 601, 619
  • Express, Mannfactured in Ballarat, Successful
  • Trial Made with, (13)
  • Express, Mediterranean Railway, Gio Ansaldo and Co. (Supplement, March 2$th, 1901), 315, 342, 343, 362
  • Express, New York Central Railway, 358
  • Express, Saxony State Railways (Supplement, January 18th, 1901), 63, 112, 113
  • Express Passenger, Great Central, Mr. II. Pollitt (Supplement, April 12th, 1901), 380, (439)
  • Express Passenger, North-Eastern Railway, Mr. Wilson Worsdell (Supplement, February 15th, 1901), 158
  • Express, United States, 99, 122, 149
  • Fire-boxes of, 399
  • Fire-box Stays, 427, 433, 459
  • Fire-throwing from, Robt. Weathorburn on, 387, (459), 602 (see also 479, 515)
  • Francq, Fireless, in Batavia, 486
  • German, for Italy, (374)
  • Goods, Eight-coupled, for Imperial Government Railways, Japan, Mr. R. F. Trevithick, 138
  • Goods, Six-coupled Bogie, Great Western Railway, (242)
  • Great Central Railway (Supplement, April 12th, 1901), 380, (439)
  • Haulage Plant, An Underground, Britannia Mine, Bohemia, (347)
  • Heavy Passenger, Baldwin, Lehigh Valley Railway, 176
  • High Speeds for Russian, (321)
  • Hyde Park Works, Springburn, Glasgow, 493, 503, 525, 527, 528, 529
  • New York Central, 446, 448, (580)
  • North Staffordshire, Mileage Run and Coal Consumed by, (149)
  • Novel, Topeka Shops, Mr. John Player, (123)
  • Number of, on the Railways of the United Kingdom, (539)
  • Oil-6red, Mr. Holden’s, Fast Run to Cromer, (622)
  • Old, No. 3. One of the Old “ Cappernohs,” Built in 1816 by Bury, Curtis, and Kennedy for the Furness Railway Company, (677)
  • Ordered by the Prussian State Railway Adminis¬tration to Work with Superheated Steam on the Schmidt System, (539)
  • Pennsylvania Railway, (507), 520
  • Pittsburgh, for the Pennsylvania Railway (507)
  • Roumanian, Transformed for Consumption of Liquid Fuel, 405
  • Russian Expenditure for New, (294)
  • Russian, to Take Forty-five Trucks, (477)
  • Schmidt System, (539). (622)
  • Screwed Stay-bolts of Fire-boxes of, 427
  • Side Tank, North-Western Railway of India. 603
  • Southern Railway of France, Exhibits at Vin¬cennes, Chas. Rous-Marten on, 107, 234, 255, 431, 534
  • Sparks from, (303)
  • Steamer, Combined, for Paraenav. Herr Magnell’s, (595)
  • Sweden, Mota,a Works, the Largest Con¬structed in, (191), (565)
  • Swiss Locomotive Building and Engineering Company Increases its Capital, (294)
  • Ten-wheel, with Vandorbilt Boilor, for the Illinois Central, (347)
  • Tender, Burning I’etrolonm Fuel, (385)
  • Tenders Invited for, for Calcutta, (13)
  • Testing Plante in United States. (565)
  • Thuile, 431
  • United States, Built, 1900, (39)
  • Works, Springburn, Glasgow, Hyde Park, 493 503, 525, 527, 528, 529, 631, 532
  • Worsdell’s Ten-wheel, at the Paris Exhibition, (507)

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • Carnegie Steel Company's, (200)
  • Life of, in Tunnels, Mr. Andrews on, (39)
  • Rail Bearers, Strength of, 143
  • Steel in America, (100), (191), (425), (595)
  • Board of Trade Committee's Report on. 400
  • Diminishing Demand for, (374)
  • German, (622)
  • German, for Japan, (539)
  • The Government Gives Mr. Clerque a Contract for 125,000 Tons of, (425)
  • for Mediterranean Kailway Company Quest, Keen, and Co., 177
  • for Norwegian State Railways, American, _ (F3)
  • The Renewal of, (397)

Railway Rolling Stock :

  • American, for Export, 473
  • Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Company, Limited, Orders in Progress for Metropolitan District and Cape Government Railways, (631)
  • Brake that Works, A, \,111)
  • Cars for Electric, Amorican Types, (200)
  • Care, 50-Ton Coal, American, (278)
  • Care and Locomotives for the Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company, (123)
  • Car Using “Superheated Water" as Source of Power, Now York Central, (325)
  • Duty Eroe, for Creto, (100)
  • Eloetric Lighting System for, 195
  • Flanged Wheel, Invention of the, 101, 122
  • Freight Car, The Russian Standard, (65)
  • German, at Shantung, (263)
  • Italy, Preference to bo Given to the Home Industry, (374)
  • New, for tho Midland of Italy, (641)
  • Norwegian Stato Railways Invite Tondore for Goods Vans, (100)
  • Owned by the Railway Companies of the United Kingdom, (539)
  • Russian Expenditure for New, (294)
  • South African Wagons, Brown, Marshalls, and Co., Limited, 629
  • Stoel Wagons for South African Railways,
  • Brown, Marshalls, and Co., Limited, 629
  • Tost Car Ownod by the University of Illinois and tho Illinois Central Railway, (641)
  • Truck, Two-motor Electric, Ganz and Co., 85
  • Trucks, United States, 1900, (39)
  • Vestibulo Train for Rhodesia, 272
  • Wagon Axle-box, Standard, Great Western Railway, 327
  • Wagons, Bogie Stool, Furnoss Railway Com¬pany’s, (242)

Railway News, Various:

  • Air Brake Company, The Wostinghouso, (641)
  • Alternative Railway to Johannesburg, Scheme for an, (539)
  • Amalgamated Socioty of Railway Servants’ Manifesto to the Non-unionists, (65)
  • Joint Conference of, with the Employers Federation, 140
  • Triennial instead of Annual Meetings, (321); Amorican Great Northorn and Canadian Pacific, Competition of, (39)
  • Railways, Consolidation of a Number of, Talked of, (641)
  • Record Run, (374)
  • Automatic Sale of Railway Tickets on Borlin Local Lines, (397)
  • Signals Worked hy Electric Motors, (619)
  • System of Selling Tickets in Borlin, (65)
  • Buker-stroet and Watorloo Railway Company,
  • Purchase of the Indigent Blind Schools, (141)
  • Baltimore and Ohio, Electric Traction through Tunnel, (425)
  • Barry Railway Viaduct Completed, (226)
  • Beira and Rhodesia, Communication Stopped between, (214)
  • Bills before Parliament, Expenses in connec¬tion with Railway, (242)
  • Block System on the United States Railways, Statistics as to the, (507)
  • Brakes, Continuous, Board of Trade Returns on, (141)
  • Brake, Now Eloctric, German, (360)
  • British and French Train Services in 1900, Mr. C. Rous-Marten, 33
  • British Railway Position, The, 299
  • British Railway Position, Tho Statist on the, (451)
  • Cartwright, Mr., Resignation and Appoint¬ment, (263)
  • Central Asian Railway, Congested Traffic on the, (507)
  • Charges for Conveyance of Bicycles, Mr. T. Lough’s Intention to Raise tho Qaostion of, (347)
  • Cheshire Lines, Traffic on the, (£07)
  • Clapham Junction Station, Remodelling of, (168)
  • Clearing House, Fifty-ninth Year of Existence, (39)
  • Club, Mooting of the London Centre of the, (422)
  • Coal Bill of the Lancashire and Yorkshire, (141)
  • Coal Contracts, 620
  • Commissioners under tbo Railway and Canal Traffic Acts, Annual Report of, (212)
  • Contract for Coal for Cape Railways placed in Natel, (379)
  • Cost of Moving Traffic on the London and
  • North-Western and Pennsylvania Railways Compared, (477)
  • Couplers, Mechanical, Mr. J. Crabtroe's, (477)
  • Coupling, Automatic, Mr. J. L. Cridlan on, 219
  • Automatic, Walker and Wilson, 212
  • Contest of Furnoss Employés, Annual, (374)
  • Crewe Railway Men in South Africa, (294)
  • Crewe Station, Tunnelling, Ac., for Goode Traffic at, (374)
  • Decline in British Railway Dividends, 1900,
  • High Prices of Fnel, The Statist's Opinion on, 1 (451)
  • Derby Works of tbo Midland, Officials of,
  • Leave for America to Study American Engi¬neering Practice, (321)
  • Disincrustant for Locomotive Boilers in Use on the Central Argentine Railway, (374)
  • Economy in Locomotive Fuel Consumption, Investigation, (242)
  • Electric Apparatus at the Stockholm Electric Station to Show whether the Points aro in li Order, (507)
  • Electric Train Lighting in Australia, Coat of II Stone’s System, (191)
  • Electrocuting Depredators on the Occasion of a li Railwayman's Biotin Now Jersey, (294)
  • Embankment, High, Union Pacific Railway, K 382
  • Fast Rans of “ Black Diamond ” Expresses, United States, (168)
  • Fire on tho Great Southern Railway in tho Argentine, (425) It
  • Free Passes lor the Members of tbo German Reichetag, (507)
  • Fuel in Uso on tho Romanian Railways, Lig- Rinite and Potroloum, (215)
  • Garrod, Mr. J. R., Appointment, (263)
  • German Competition for Contracts on Belgium State Railway, (13)
  • Linaker r. I'ilcher Law Case, (168)
  • Location, 515
  • Location, Lotter from Percy G. Scott on, 602
  • Lighting Railway Carriages by Oil Gas on Prussian Railways, (622)
  • Lighting, Au vort's System of Electric Train, (622
  • Locomotive Shod of the South-Eastern and Chatham Railway Company, The Now, (65)
  • London and North - Western, Prevention of Dust on the, (507)
  • 10
  • London and South-Wostern Company's Illus¬trated Guido and Official List of Ilotols, Sea¬side and Earmhouso Apartments, &o., (397)
  • London-Paris-Calais, Dover Route, increased Traffic on, 507 16
  • Luggage Registration, American System to be introduced on the Great Eastern, (321)
  • Monorail, Once Moro the, 649
  • Non-unionists in the Railway Service, Manifesto to,(65)
  • North-Eastern, Cessation of Work on the Day of the Queen's Funeral, (141)
  • 18
  • North-Eastern Employés, Advance of Wages Movement, (39)
  • Number of Persons Employed on Railways of the United Kingdom, (321)
  • Orphan Fund cf tho Amalgamated Society of n Railway Servants, Annual Gathering and Report, (397)
  • Passenger Conductors on Philadelphia and Reading Railway to Wear Stripes Indicating Length of Service, (321)
  • Patrick, Mr. William, his Death, (65)
  • Pension Department of the Pennsylvania Railway, (212)
  • Purves, Dr., Claim against tho Central London, s' (141)
  • Queenborough Pior Re-opened, (141)
  • Railway Club, The, (483)
  • Rapid Train Service, (538)
  • Reduction of Fares on the Metropolitan District, (374)
  • Registration of Luggage System, Great Eastern, sr (451) j
  • Reid, Mr. James, Monument to be Erected to him in Glasgow, (397)
  • Runs, Letter from O. R. Walkey, 602
  • Russian Railway Service, Electric and Mechanical Block Apparatus for the, (13)
  • Shops at Donver, The Colorado and Southern, Railway’s New, (52)
  • Shrewsbury Station, Re-building of, (294)
  • f Signals Interfered with by Boys on the Great Western, (39)
  • Simplon Tunnel, Progress of the, 345
  • Spanish Railways, Greenwich Time Adopted on, (374)
  • Speed Indicators for Use on Tramways, Prizes Offered for the Best, by the Berlin Company, (622)
  • Station Lighting by Oil Gas, The Van Vries- g land System, 402
  • Statist on British Railways, Second Article, is (477)
  • Steel Tubes for Locomotive Boilers, United States, (222)
  • Stephenson and Co.’s Works Removed from Newcastle to Darlington, (321)
  • Strike on the North-Eastern, (13)
  • Swodon, Railway Torminus System, Stockholm, to be Re-organised, (425) t. Taff Valo Company, Ro-instntement of Senior and Lear, (65)
  • Tipping System rn American Lines, Method of i Abolishing, (168)
  • Traffic on the London and North-Western, (451)
  • Traffic on the Waterloo and City, Liverpool Overhead, (141)
  • Train in which Mr. McKinley is to Make his Trans-continental Trip, (451,
  • Train Presented to the Queen of Holland by the Netherlands Railway Company (451)
  • Trains for Cyclists on Sundays, London, Brighton, and South Coast, (477)
  • Truing Shoo for Railway Carriage Wheels, (321)
  • Tube Lines, Great Eastern’s Decision, (141)
  • Tube Line, Hampstead Ilcath, Opposed, (168)
  • Tubular, 510
  • Tunnel Blasting on the New York Rapid Transit ; Railway, Complaints with Regard to, (347)
  • Unpunctuality in Russia, (507)
  • Unsworth, Mr. 11. G., Appointment, (263)
  • Ventilation Difficulties in the Cascade Tunnel, Great Northern Railway, America, Denied, (425)
  • Vibration on tho Central London, 13, 39, 42, , 100, 141, 425, 507
  • Rainfall in South Africa, (242)
  • Belfast District, Average for Ten Years, (294)
  • and Bright Sunshine Recorded at Greenwich for the Year ending April, 1901, (641)
  • Rapid Transmission of Nows to Toronto, (191)
  • Receiver, Steam, 222
  • Reflector used to Produce Steam in a Boiler, (402)
  • Refrigerating Machines, (38)
  • Refrigerating Plant nt the Carnegie Steel Com¬pany’s Furnaces, (641)
  • Refrigeration, Artificial, Chicago Club, (168)
  • Refrigeration and Cold Storage, Mr. Hal Williams on, 152
  • Refrigeration and Liquid Air, 4
  • Refrigerator, Linde, 258
  • Refuse Destructor Clinkor, Glasgow, 405
  • Refuse Destructor for Loamington, (477)
  • Reid, Mr. James, and Mr. Hugh, 493
  • Renton, Mr. John, (280)
  • Repairing a Breakdown, 149
  • Ro-iilicnce of Metals, Effect of Low Temperature on the, (595)
  • Rhone, Development of the Water Power of, (397)
  • Richards and Co., Limited, Machine Tools, Glas¬gow Exhibition (xv., Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • Rifle Factory near Calcutta, Establishment of a, («67)
  • Rifle, Schlegelmilch's New, (291)
  • Rio Tinto Mines, Total Extraction of Mineral at, (607)
  • Riveter, Elootric, 484
  • Riveting Plant, Pneumatic, Koystono Bridge Works, United States, (52)
  • Road, Enzeli-Teheran (Supplement, February 1st, 1901), 110, 162, 167
  • Roads, by Heavy Traffic, Damage to, (252)
  • Road and Irrigation Congress, Chicago, (250)
  • Road-making, a Lost Art, Mr. II. H. Humphreys 0D> (57)
  • Roberts, Richard, Sir Wm. Bailey on, 277
  • Roller, Work of a Steam, and Cost per Yard of Carriage way, (321)
  • Rolling Mill Practice, Mr. Garrett on, 472, 505
  • Roof Work in Wales, 433
  • Rothwoll, Mr. R. 1’., (539)
  • Rope-making Mill, Plymouth Cordako Company, United States, 606
  • Rowland, Professor 11. A., (507)

Royal Agricultural Society of Eng¬land:

  • Carlisle, Next Year’s Show in, (215), (374)
  • King Grants his Patronage to, (291)
  • Memorandum Respecting. 656
  • Opening, Preliminary Observations, Prizes
  • Offered, Competitions, Tests, 674
  • Permanent Showyard, Special Committee, Site for, (242)
  • Preliminary Announcements in connection with the Show at Cardiff, 74, (641)
  • Prize Sheet, (215)
  • Shedding in the Implement Yard at Cardiff
  • Less than in Former Shows, 641, 674

Royal Institute of British Architects:

  • Lightning Rosearch Committee Organised by, (397)

Royal Institution:

  • (137), (238)
  • Annual Meeting, Report, Elections, (481), (595)
  • Gases at the Beginning and End of the Century, Dr. Dewar, 98
  • Lectures, Forthcoming, (47), (357). (378)
  • Mechanics, Prof. Ewing, 78, (104), (178), 195, (226)
  • Practical Mechanics, Prof. Ewing, 78,140, (178), 195

Royal Meteorological:

  • Seismograph os a Sensitive Barometer, The, Mr. F. N. Denison, 656
  • Royal School of Mines Dinner, (298)

Royal Society:

  • Annual Conversazione, 485
  • Royles, Limited, New Works at Irlam, 677
  • Rubber to an Iron Surface, How to Ensure Adherence of, (294)
  • Rubber in Nicaragua, Increasing Scarcity of, (539)
  • Rubber Tubing, Müller and Korte’s. (100)
  • Ruhr Colliery District, A Day’s Work in the, (137)
  • Russia, Imports to, Last Year and in 1899, (554)
  • Russian Crown Lands, Planting of, with Miniature Forests, (123)
  • Rest in Water Pipes, Cause of, (595)

S

  • ST. PETERSBURG, Population of, (141)
  • Salt Production, 1899, The World’s, (397)
  • Salt-water Feed, 122
  • Salvage Plant, Trial of, 102
  • Samarium Carbide, M. Moissan on, (451)
  • Sandon Engine Works, 625
  • Sanitation at Country Seats, (327)
  • at Donington, (506)
  • Sawing Machines, 536
  • Saws, Metal, British, Glasgow Exhibition (Supple¬ment, June Wth, 1901)
  • Saw-mill Machinery, American, (24)
  • Demand in Savannah (425)
  • Screw Machine, Vertical Automatic, 74
  • Propeller, M. Lovavassour’s, (191)
  • Standard, at Woolwich, (104)
  • Screwod Stay Bolts of Fire-boxes, 427
  • Seismograph as a Sensitive Barometer, Mr. F. N. Denison on the, 656
  • Ssrvia, Gold-bearing Regions of, (216)
  • Sorvian Make for British Goods, Iron Plato, (215)
  • Sewage, Delattre Process of, Treatment (100), (103)
  • Disposal, The Royal Commission on, (263)
  • Scheme for Christchurch, Mr. J. Lomax's, (13)
  • Works, Paris, 35, 267
  • Sswer Vontilation, New System of, 140
  • Shanks and Co., Tbos., Machine Tools at the
  • Glasgow Exhibition (iv., Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Machine Tools at the Glasgow Exhibition (ii., Supplement, Jvne28th, 1901)
  • Sheffield Engineering Students, Visits to Collieries and Works in and Outride the District, (674)
  • Corporation Works Construction De¬partment, Applications for tbo Position of Manager, (641)
  • Firms and Foreign Competition, 262
  • a Trade Mark, 572

Ships

Battleships, British:

  • Albemarle, (168), 172, (191), 248
  • Albion, Admiralty Orders her Crew, (641)
  • Belleisle, 248, 515
  • Bulwark, Accident to, (302)
  • Bulwark, Steam Trials Interrupted, (347)
  • Canopus, Rumoured a Failure in the way of Speed, 420
  • Duncan, 298
  • Formidable, her 30 Hours’ Trial, (622)
  • Leaking of her Belleville Tubes, 351
  • Talk of her going to Replace the Canopus in Mediter¬ranean, 420
  • Fnrious, (374)
  • Hood, (215)
  • Implacable, (100), (168), 190, (191), (263), (291)
  • Indexible, 325 London, 90
  • Montague, (191), 248, (425)
  • Prince of Wales, 43 Queen, 43, (263), (294), (521), 645
  • Resolution, (39), 190
  • Revenge, (374)
  • Russell, (168), 195, (202), 216
  • Terrible, her Prize Firing, (641)
  • Majestic’s Wireless Telegraphy Record, 456
  • Vengeance, (161), (521), 573, 666

Battleships, Foreign:

  • American, Alabama, (347)
  • Maine, Attempt to Raise, 667
  • Georgia, 8
  • Now Jersey, 8 Nos. 13 to 17,
  • Engines for (Supplement, March 22ntl, 1901), 290, 300
  • Ohio, Le Vaehi's Description of, 599
  • Weight of her Rudder, (397) o
  • Pennsylvania, 8
  • Rhode Island, 8
  • Virginia, 8, 667
  • Austrian, Nos. II. and III., Arpad and Babenberg, 420
  • Danish, Herluff Trolle, 325
  • French, Dupuy de Lome, 148
  • Henri IV., 372 16na, 372, 543
  • Names of New, 372
  • Republique and Patrio, 543
  • German, “ H” and “J," 172
  • Wettin and Zahringen, (622), 645
  • Sister to the Wittclsbacb, 825, 599, 645
  • Italian, Regina Elena and Re Vittorio-Emanuele III., 214, 245
  • Reina Margherita, (595)
  • Vittorio-EmanuelelII.,214, 245, 260
  • Japanese, Uatsuse, 148, ISO
  • Mikasa, (461)
  • Number of, (481)
  • Yukata, (521)
  • Portuguese, Dom Carlos, 148
  • Russian, Imperator Alexander III., 421
  • Slava, 599
  • Tsarewiteh, (39), (245), (297)
  • Turkish, to be Built by Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., (565)
  • Unitod States—see American

Cruisers. British:

  • Aboukir, 262, 351, 456, 475, 511, 543
  • Achilles, 372
  • Amazone, 8
  • Atiadne, 8, 666
  • Australia, Above-wafor Tubes Removed, 511
  • Bacchante, 211, 216
  • Cressy, Firo-resisting Woodwork, 62, 37, 347
  • Elswick, 9'2in. Mounting, 43, 475
  • Ready for Sea, Commissioned
  • for China, 90, 543
  • Size of her Turrets, 325
  • Steering Gear Accident, 626, 666
  • Strike of tho Men at Work on her, 351
  • Dido, 325
  • Drake, (191), 248
  • Duncan, (215)
  • Eclipse, Re-armament of, 190
  • Europa laid up in Portsmouth Dockyard with Sultan, Hercules, Iris, and Indexible, 626
  • Euryalus, (461), (477), (521), (622)
  • Good Uopo, 211, 216
  • Hermes, 9, 599, (641)
  • Hogue, (461), (521)
  • Ilyacintb, Belleville Boilers on, (211), (565)
  • Races the Minerva and Beats her, 599, 666, 674
  • Immortality 543
  • Isis, 325
  • Kent, (191)
  • Medea to be Fitted with Boilers, 543, (667)
  • Medusa, 8, 543, (667)
  • Minerva, Cylindrical Boilers Tested, (65)
  • Beaten by the Hyacinth, (565), (599), 666, 674
  • Narcissus, A Gunnery Ship, 511, 543, 599
  • Niobo, 8, 140
  • Nympho, 8, 149
  • Pandora, 6000 Horse-power Trial, 172
  • Pegasus, Stranded on the Mud Flats, (565)
  • Perseus, (374)
  • Suffolk, Niclausse Boilers for, (100)
  • Progress of, 511
  • Sutlej, (123), 172,(451)
  • Sybille, 90

Cruisers, Foreign:

  • American—s«< United States French, Conti ó, 9
  • Gambetta, Jules Ferry, Victor Hugo, 505, 508, 544, 547
  • Téna, 456
  • Jeanuo d'Aro, 214
  • Toge, 214
  • German, Baden, 149
  • “C,” New, 172
  • Freya, 121
  • Hagen, 149 New, 372
  • Priuces8 Wilhelm, 214
  • Victoria Luiso, 8, 121, 148
  • Italy, Two New, Ordered, (641)
  • Japanese, Building in Japan, 297
  • Iwate, 245, 297, 351
  • Number of, (481)
  • The 34,000 Tons, 421
  • Yakumo, 351
  • Russian, Bogatyr, 137
  • on the Far Eastern Station, (537)
  • Firet-rato Protected, New, 137, 139
  • Gromovoi, 8, 9, 297
  • Kussiao, New, Ordered uf Schichau, (622)
  • Novik, 421
  • Pallada, 137
  • Variag, 137, 513
  • Voluntoer, “Smolensk,” 298
  • Swedish, 486
  • with Superposed Turrets, 398, 403
  • Turkish, to be Built in America, 62
  • to be built by Armstrong, (622)
  • United States, California, 63, 66
  • Cincinnati, 325
  • Colorado and Pennsyl¬vania, 513
  • New, 63
  • New York, 62 Raleigh, 325

Torpedo Craft, Gunboats, &c. British :

  • Submarines, 67,146, 166, 173, 218, 222, 297, 480
  • Submarines, Antidote to, 674
  • Teal, H.M., Shallow-draught Gunboat, (554), 676
  • Torpedo Boats, Ja6on and Circe, (374)
  • Nigor and Gossamer, 43, (374)
  • No. 98, H.M., 86
  • 99, Launch of, (242)
  • Nordenfeldt, 146
  • Ophir for tho Dutch Government, Launch of, (242)
  • Surly, Patent Fuel Appa¬ratus tried on the, 456
  • Viper and Cobra, Tur¬bine-propelled, (321), 543, (622)
  • to be Attached to the Channel Squadron, (242)
  • Destroyer Bagley, 645
  • Destroyers, Bilge Keels for, (65)
  • Destroyer Daring, Ex¬plosion on Board, 626
  • Destroyer Dasher (Dis¬abled), 401
  • Destroyors, Experiment to Test the Difference between Contract and Sca-going Speed, (451)
  • Destroyors, Flotilla of, Cruising along the Coast, (397)
  • Destroyer Golds- borough, 645
  • Dostroyer Kangaroo, (263), 325
  • Destroyer Mallard, (123)
  • Destroyer Myrmidon, 172, 325, 420
  • Destroyer Sprightly, (539)
  • Destroyer Star, Experi¬ments at Portsmouth, 397
  • Gunboat Gossamer, 43, (374)
  • Spider, Re boilering and Re-fitting of, (397)
  • Vestal, The New Sloop, (13)

Torpedo Craft, Gunboats, &c.,Foreign:

  • American Submarine Boats, 109
  • Dutch Torpedo Boat Ophir, 242, (321), 456, (460)
  • Pangrango, (447)
  • French Submarine, 55, 86, (123), 166, (191), 403, 455, (539)
  • Submarine Torpedo Boat Narva), 626, (641)
  • Torpedo Boat Tramontaino, 573
  • Torpedo Manccuvres, 190
  • German, Eleven in Hand, 172
  • Japanese, Accident to Three Torpedo Boats, (667)
  • Number of, (481)
  • Destroyers, Names of the New, 420
  • Yarrow and Co., (141)
  • Norway, Submarine of the Holland Typo Ordered by, 420
  • Turkish Submarine, 87, 91
  • United States, Holland Submarine Tor¬pedo Boat, Admiral O’Neil's Statement, 225
  • Holland Submarine Tor¬pedo Boat, Report of the Secretary of the United States Navy, 240
  • Submarine, Now Type called "Submergible,” 403
  • Submarine Torpedo Boats, Admiral Mel- villo on, (141)
  • Talbot, Oil Fuel Tried on, (39) ,
  • Torpedo Destroyer McDonough, (100)
  • Submarine Boats in a Vertical Plano, Kaptain Wm. Hovgaard, 346, 358, 381

Mercantile, Passenger, and other. British :

  • Air Ship, Denny and Co.’s, (191)
  • Cable-laying Shipe, (141)
  • Channel Steamers, Earl of Liverpool, Caledonia, and Watorwitch, 430
  • Hirondelle, Pere¬grine, Royal William, Eagle, Prince Arthur, 566, 567
  • Rainbow, Mr. John Laird, 318
  • Clyde Passenger Steamer, Turbine Pro¬pulsion for, 45
  • Conversions and Re armament cf Ships, Lord Brassey on, 663
  • Dover-Calais Boats, 627
  • Forry Steamer for the Sydney Ferries,
  • Limited, New Type of, (679)
  • Glenurquhart Steamship Company's Steamer Torbay, Conversion of her Engines, (294)
  • lleathburn, Steel Screw Steamer (Smart Pieco of Work), (215)
  • King Edward, Passenger Steamer, Fitted with Steam Turbines, (539), (641)
  • Lightship, A New Form of, (630)
  • Livingstone, The Mission Stern-wheel Steamer, 548
  • London and Dover Steamship Company, Line of Cargo Boats, (622)
  • Lysistrata, Steam Yacht, Denny Bros., 302
  • Mercantile Auxiliaries, Lord Brassey on, 663
  • Mission Stern-wheel Steamer Livingstone, 548
  • Naval Scouting and Despatch Vessels, 413
  • Orient Stoamship Company, New Twin- screw Steamship for, (242)
  • I’aina, s.s., Oil Fuel on the, 304
  • P. and O. s.s. Syria Launched, (477)
  • Pinna, s.s., Shell Transport and Trading Company, 276
  • Port Royal and Port Antonio, The s.s., for the New West Indian Mail Service (Supplement, May 3rd, 1901), 267, 459
  • Royal Yacht Alberta, The, 121
  • Royal Yacht, The New, 43, (122), 140, (347), (507)
  • Shamrock IL, Launch of Sir Thomas Lipton’s New Yacht, Accident to, (425), (552)
  • Sloop Mutine, Trial of the, (215), 248
  • Steamship for the South - Eastern and
  • Chatham Railway Company, Denny Bros., (123)
  • Thames Passenger Steamboat Service, (39). 132, 181, (242), (347), 447
  • Tug, Trial Trip of NowTwia-screw, (580)

Mercantile, Passenger, and other, Foreign:

  • Air Ship, Comte da Schio’s, (294)
  • American Liner New York, Mishaps to, (294)
  • American Vessels, Aggregate Tonnage of, (425)
  • Atlantic Liners (American) for Chicago to Liverpool Service, (408)
  • Atlantic Liner Deutschland, Herr Otto Schlick on, Some Experiments made on Board, 346
  • Bolivian, River Steamer, General Pando, 456
  • Boston Cop Defender, The, 147
  • Cunard Liners, Marconi's Wireless Tele¬graphy on, (397)
  • Canard s.s. Lucania, Wireless Telegraphy on, (565)
  • Danish Inventor’s Salvage Boat or Raft, A, (622)
  • German Competition in the Atlantic, (294)
  • German East Africa Steamship Line, Two Monthly Services Instead of One, (451)
  • German, Record Trip of the Deutsch¬land, (141)
  • Hamburg-American Liner Deutschland, Record Passage, (565)
  • Hamburg-American Liners to Use “ Masut” for Fuel, Some of the, 425
  • nansa Company's Projected Steam Ser¬vice from New York to South Africa and East India, (294)
  • Japanese Mail Steamship Company's llakata Maru, (141)
  • Leyland Line, Mr. Pierpont Morgan and tho, 455
  • North German Lloyd, Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 151
  • North German Lloyd, Kronprinz Wil¬helm, (433)
  • North German Lloyd, Six New Double- screw Steamers Ordered by, (667)
  • North-Western, Eventful Voyage of tho, (622)
  • Ocean Liners being Overhauled, 151
  • Building for Hamburg,
  • Account at the Begin¬ning of the Year, (667)
  • German Competition with English, (291)
  • Ostond Mail Steamer Princess Clementino, Use of Wireless Telegraphy on, (263)
  • Ottoman Empire, Sixteen Steamers for, (321)
  • Pacific Mail Line, Now Steamer for, 488
  • Pacific, Two Steamers for the, 152
  • Passenger High-speed Steamers on the Hudson, (245)
  • Red Star Liner Vaderland, The, John Brown and Co., 116, 117
  • Russian Black Sea Fleet, 138
  • Icebreaker Ermack, (123)
  • Odessa and tbo Persian Gulf Lino of Steamers, (361)
  • Volunteer Fleet, The, 354
  • Schooner, Five-masted, American, (488)
  • Screw Passenger Steamer, American, (24)
  • Steamers, 40-Knot Express, for Hudson River Navigation, (13)
  • Train Transfer Ferry Boat, American, (488)
  • U.S.A. International Navigation Com¬pany, Twin-screw Steamers, John Brown and Co., 601
  • White Star Liner Celtic, The, 373, 377
  • Zuid American Lijn Amsterdam, New
  • Monthly Lino of Steamers from Amsterdam and Dunkirk, (595)

Shipbuilding, British and Colonial, Naval and Mercantile:

  • Accident in Cruig, Taylor, and Co.'s Yard, (100)
  • Admiralty Apologist, Mr. Macartney as tbo, Annual Returns, (104,
  • Clyde Sailing Shipowners’ Association and the French Bounty System, (141)
  • Colour of Warships, The, 475, 648
  • Economic Production id, Professor J. H. Biles on, 150
  • English, February, (263), March, (361); April. (177); May, (622)
  • French Sailing Vessels Built on the Clyde, (141)
  • Lloyd's Statistics, 1900, 1901, (65), (263), (425)
  • Materials Imported to tho Hague from Great Britain, Falling off, (39)
  • Models at tho Glasgow Exhibition, 638
  • Northumberland Shipbuilding Company’s Premises Purchased by a Now Firm, (565)
  • Novelties at Dumbarton, 302
  • Scotch Builders, Tonnage Launched by, Feb., (215), March, (347); April, (477); May, (622)
  • Scotch and English in January, 1899, 1900, (141). (477)
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering during 1900, 1901, 81, 131, 205, (425)
  • Steel Vessels Built in the United Kingdom, 1900, (79)
  • Tonnage of Sailing Vessels Built in the United Kingdom, 1900, (65)
  • Vessels, excluding Warships under Construc¬tion, in the United Kingdom, March 31st, (425)
  • Vessels of Largo Tonnage, Tendency towards Construction of, (100)
  • Warship Building on the Clyde, Progress of, 111
  • Warships and Machinery Building in England, Progress of, 670
  • War Vessels under Construction, (100), (425)
  • Water-tight Doors, Disengaging Gear und Lifeboat Launching Gear, 2, 3
  • Yarrow and Co.’s New Shipyard, Poplar, 353, 367

Shipbuilding', Foreign, Naval, and Mercantile:

  • American, Ccst of, Greater than in England, 278, (451)
  • Developments, 47
  • Merchant, 172
  • on the Pacific Coast, (13)
  • Bremen. New Dock, (13)
  • French Naval Estimates, (546)
  • French Naval Work of I960, 66 French Programme, 297 Japan, (13), (39)
  • Materials Imported into Germany, 1900, Value of, (13)
  • New York, Arrival of tho Overdue Linor, (451)
  • Roumanian State Yard at Turn - Sevcriu, Activity at the, (539)
  • Russian, All Materials for, to bo Russian, (565)
  • Russian Orders Placed in France, (215)
  • Sestri Shipyards, all Employés Dismissed, (507)
  • United States Combinations, 188
  • Ten Years’ Naval Construction in, Prof. J. H. Biles, 317

Shipping Accidents, British and Foreign:

  • American Liner New York, (294)
  • Bulwark, II.M. Battleship, (302)
  • Cressy, Steering Gear, 626, 666
  • Dariog, Fatal Explosion on Board tbo De¬stroyer, 626
  • Japanese Corvette, Katsuragi, 43
  • Kinfauns Castle, Grounding of, (263)
  • Pegasus, H.M. Cruiser, Stranding ot, (565)
  • Shamrock IL, (552)
  • Steamship ou Fire id the Thames, A, (630)
  • United States Steamship Kearsarge, 214

Shipping News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Admiralty and Belleville Boilers, The, (210), 274
  • Amsterdam and Dunkirk to the River Plate, New Monthly Service from, (595)
  • Bilbao, Shipping Registered at, 1800, (611)
  • Canadian Pacific Steam Service, Victoria to be Abandoned to the American Line, (39)
  • Channel SquadroD, Cruise of the, (242)
  • Cross-Channel Passenger Steamship Services, 318, 430, 566, 653, 672
  • Fishing Vessels Provided with Screw Propellers Worked by Petroleum, (667)
  • French Naval Manoeuvres, The, 618
  • German Steam Navigation Company's Steam¬ship Service from Now York to South Africa and Calcutta, (65)
  • Germany, Experiments made in, for Providing Sailing Fishing Boats with Screw Propellers Worked by Petroleum, (667)
  • Ghent, (507)
  • Glasgow Exhibition, Yacht Races, (565)
  • Uansa Company's Proposed Line of Steamers from New York to South Africa and East India, (294)
  • Haulbowline Dockyard, Work in Prospect at, (294)
  • Industry of Ipswich, Measures to Facilitate, (425)
  • Lloyd’s Register, 1900,1899, 1898, 1897, 1896, 1895,
  • Steamers Classed by, (242)
  • Lloyd’s Shipping Returns to the End of March, 1801, 425
  • Marine Notes, American, (488)
  • Naval Scouting and Dispatch Vessels, 413
  • Naval War Game, 10
  • Navy Estimates, 269
  • Northumberland Shipbuilding Company's Pre¬mises Purchased by a New Company, (565)
  • Records of Transatlantic Passenger Truffle to Now York, (141)
  • Record Trips of the Deutschland and the Oceania, (141)
  • Reduction of Snipping Bounties by the Italian Government, and Gio Ansado and Co.'s Action, (507)
  • Russian Black Sea Fleet, 136
  • Service of Boats between North Spanish Ports and the United Kingdom, The British Consul on, (539)
  • Shipping Movements nt Marseilles, Effect of the Strike on, 425
  • Ship's 1 x>g Tested in Sydney Harbour, Mr. S. J. Laureiico's, (679)
  • Sloop Mutine, Tho, (65)
  • Steamship Performance, 29
  • Submarine Cross-Channel Service, 95
  • Submarine Warfare, Early, 109
  • Sweden, Establishment of Steamship Lines to
  • United States Recommended with Govern¬ment Subventions, (168)
  • Thames Passenger Steamboat Service, (39) 132,181
  • Tonnage of Sailing Vessels Built in the United Kingdom, 1900, (65)
  • Tonnage of Ships Launched in the United Kingdom in the First Four Months of 1901, (477)
  • Tonnage of Ships Using tho Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, 1900, 1899, 1898, (4771
  • Trade of Genoa and Marseilles, (554)
  • United States, New Steam Service between Tacoma and Liverpool, (477)
  • West India Mail Service, The New, 267
  • SiemoDS, Lady Wm., (425)
  • Signalling at Sea in Fog, Experiments with Sound-producing Instruments, (507), (539)
  • Submarine, (100)
  • Silk, Artificial, Belgium, (39)
  • Simplon Tunnel, Progress of the, 345
  • Sirocco Fan, The, 650, 675
  • Slotting Machine, Geo. Birch and Co., (489)
  • British, Glasgow Exhibition (Supplement, JuneWt/i, 1901)
  • Locomotive Crank Axle,
  • Joshua Buckton and Go., Limited, 545
  • SmallmaD, Mr. Elihu, (152)
  • Smelting and Bessemerising Works at Rio Tinto, (507)
  • Smith and Coventry, Machine Tools at the Glas¬gow Exhibition (iv., Supplement, June 28th, 1901)
  • Smith Water Meters, 328
  • Smoke Abatement Society, Tests to be Made by the Coal, (622)
  • Smoke Prevention, 99, 122
  • in Prussia, Government Regu¬lations, (451)

Society of Arts:

  • Albert Medal Awarded to the King, (565), (674)
  • Annual General Meeting, Report, Election of Members, (674)

Society, Bath and West and Southern Counties:

  • Show at Croydon, May 22nd:
  • Entries in the Implement Section, (321)
  • Implements, Machinery, Ac., (507)
  • King becomes Patron, (294)

Society, Boilermakers:

  • Monthly Reports, Fatal and Non-fatal Acci¬dents, 1900, (294)
  • Work Plentiful, (507)

Society, Boilermakers and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders:

  • Executive Committee’s December Report, (65)
  • Pension to Mr. R. Knight, (77)

Society of Civil Engineers,

  • Canadian Efforts to make Civil Engineering a “Close”
  • Profession by Legal Enactment, (397)

Society. Civil and Mechanical Engineers’:

  • Electric Transmission of Power, On the Advan¬tages of, Mr. W. B. Esson, (65)
  • Electricity, Storage of, Mr. A. H. Allen, 679, 605
  • Proportions of Cylinders for Multiple-expansion Engines, Mr. Alf. Hanssen, 487

Society, Coal Smoke Abatement:

  • Tests upon Domestic Grates, (622,
  • Observations Reported during January, Febru¬ary, March, and Summonses Issued, (397)
  • Offices and Penalties Proved and Inllicted, Letter to the Borough Councils of London, (294)

Society of Engineers:

  • Premiums Awarded, Introduction of the Pre¬sident, Mr. Mason bis Inaugural Address,
  • Resolution of Condolence, 175

Society of Engineers, Amalgamated:

  • Annual Report, Mr. G. N. Barnes’ Introductory Address, 651
  • Quinquennial Conference of Delegates in Man¬chester, (565), (677,

Society, Glasgow University Engineering:

  • Electric Traction, Mr. M. B. Field, (260)
  • Glasgow Exhibition, Mr. Toos. Youig on his Work connected with, (149)
  • Shipbuilding Engineering Novelties, Successes and Failures tf Some, Mr. Jas. Hamilton. 98
  • Steam Superheaters and Saving of Fuel Effected by their Use, Prof. Wntkinson, 199
  • Visit to the Clyde Trusteos' Works, 78
  • Visit to London, (367)

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

  • Shipbuilder, Education of a, Prof. J. H. Biles,

Society, Liverpool Engineering:

  • ' ‘ Derby " Gold Modal Awarded to Mr. T. L. Miller, (174)
  • Premium Awarded to Mr. D. Brown, (174)

Society, Manchester Geological:

  • Boilers, Accumulation of Solid Matter in Steam, Mr. Thos. Aspinall, (177)
  • Coal Mining in South Africa, Mr. Wm. Pick- stone, (279)
  • Gravitation of Fire-damp, Mr. J. Dickinson. (631)
  • Electricity as a Motive Power in a Colliery, Mr. I U. Hall, (177)
  • Mine Ventilation, Mechanical, Mr. J. W. Hutchinson, (76)
  • Timbering of Alines, Mr. Joseph Dickinem. (383)

Society of the Pacific Coast, Technical:

  • Education of tho Judgment in Dealing with Technical Matters, On the Need of, Mr. G, W. Dickio, 226

Society of Mechanical Engineers, American:

  • Corrugated Furnace Type of Locomotive Boilers, Mr. C. Vanderbilt, (141)
  • Fan-blower, Practice in connection with Copula Furnaces and Forges, Mr. Wm. Sangster, (65)
  • Total Membership of, (539)

Society of Model Engineers:

  • Visit to the Locomotive Depó; of the GreatWestern Railway at Westbourne Park, (640) ’

Society, Physical:

  • (124)
  • Spectrum, Production of a Bright-line, by Anomalous Dispension, and its Application ; the “Flash Spectrum,” by R. W. Wood, (447)
  • Thermodynamical Correction of the Gas Thermometer, Prof. 11. L. Callendar, 447

Society of Railway Servants, Amalgamated :

  • Annual Report, (539)
  • Awards to the Alen Affected by the Dispute with the London and North-Western Railway Company, (641)
  • Manifesto to Noa unionists in Railway Service, (Ö5)

Society, Röntgen:

  • Gold Medal placed at the Disposal of the Council by the President for Open Competi¬tion, (61)
  • Solder, Rosin-cored, 543
  • Soldering Aluminium, Flux for, 675
  • Sound in Organ Pipes, Horr v. lleuscn’s Theory
  • of Production of, (39)
  • Spain, Copper and iron Production in, (347)
  • Sparks from Locomotives, 303
  • Specification, 120
  • Specifications, Examination of, 293
  • Standard S z.os of Test Bars, 675
  • Standards of Lengths and Weight, 222
  • Standardisation of Rolled Sections, 648
  • Statuary, Machine for Making Automatically, (214)
  • Statue, “.la Parisionne,” Sad End of the, (507)
  • Steam Power to the Generation of Electric Energy, Mr. J. S. Raworth on the Application of, (262)
  • Steam, Superheated, Mr. J. C. Jefferson on, (356)
  • Steam, Superheated, Utilisation of, in Russia, (262)
  • Steam Turtrne : Its Development and Use, Tbo, 277
  • Steel Castings Made by the Tropenas Process, (275)
  • Casting Plant, 382
  • Castings, Properties of, Prof. Arnold on, 506
  • Contracts Placed io the Unitod Kingdom by Cadiz Shipbuilders, (564)
  • Corporation, Tho United (States, (397)
  • Engravings, Rapid Production of. 184
  • Factory, Japan, Government, (13)
  • Industries, Swedish, 69
  • Ingots, Total Output of Bessemer, for 1900, (397)
  • Internal Architecture of, 49
  • Made from Glevoland Iron Accepted by Lloyd’s and tho Board of Trade, (409) Production, Bessomer, 420 Production, Record, (425)
  • Reducing the Hardened Condition of a , Piece of, (507)
  • Stocks, Launching of the United States, (394)
  • Trade Depression, South Wale*, (168)
  • Trestle and Storage Pockets for Coke Ovens, 422, 426
  • Trust, The, (299)
  • Trust, Sir Christopher Furness and the American, 275
  • Trust, The Great, 169, 243, 304, 324
  • Works, The Amorican National, 580
  • Stephenson and Go., Limited, Annual Meeting, Sir J. W. Peaso at. (228)
  • Stock Movement in New York, (410)
  • Stokers, Mechanical Mr. J. Gelilard on, 165
  • Stoker, Underfeed, 197
  • Stone Aroh, Revival o' the, 639
  • Struts, Strength o’, 338, 433, 627, 675
  • Struts, Strongth of, Prof. R. H. Smith, 383
  • Submarine B ittery, Gapt. C. A. Ahrnborn's, (565)
  • Sugar Cruhers, Japan, (100)
  • Sugar Factory, Leopo'dorf, Austria, New, (461)
  • Sugar Industry in South Formosa, Openiog for
  • Foraign Capital, (65)
  • Suggestion to tho Executive of the Glasgow Exhibition, (Official Competitive Trial of n Machine Tools), 509
  • Sulphate of Coppor, Importation of, into Corfu, q for the Vines, (596)
  • Sulphite Wood Pulp, Waldhof Works, (168) Suporbeatod Steam in Russia, Utilisation of, 232
  • Superheater, The Schmidt, 330
  • Steam, Professor Watkinson on, 199
  • Valves, Interlocking Gear for, 578
  • Superheating by Throttling, 73

Supplements:

  • British Machine Tools at the Glasgow Exhibi¬tion, June 28th, 1901, pagoo i. to xvi.
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, Port Royal and Port Antonio, R'chardeons, Westgarth, and Go., May 3rd, 1901
  • Engine, Vertical Four cylinder Triple-expansion, Herr F. Ringhoffer, March 8th, 1901
  • Engines of United States Battleships, Nos. 13 to 17, March 22nd, 1901
  • Locomotive, Compound, Mediterranean Rail¬way, Gio. Ansaldo and Co., March 29th,
  • 1901
  • Locomotive, Express, with Auxiliary Driving Gear, Kraus and Co., January 4th, 1901
  • Locomotive, Express, London, Brighton, nnd South Coast. Mr. R. J. Billiogton, June 7th and 14th, 1901
  • Locomotive, Express, Saxony State Railways, Paris Exhibition, January 18th, 1901
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Great Central Riilwoy, Mr. Harry Pollitt, April 12ih, 1901
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, North-Eastern Railway, Mr, W. Worsdell, February 15th, 1901
  • Surgical Motor, Portable, (667)
  • Sweden, Utilisation of Waterfalls in, 564
  • Company to Construct Telephone L'nes in R rs'a, (595)

Swedish Iron and Stool, Metal, and Coal Industries, 69

  • Peat Fael Machinery, 517

T

  • TAFF Mutual s.s. Company, Registered, (622)
  • Taylor's Air Compressor, 605
  • Taylor, Mr. W. IL, (477)
  • Technical Sohool, Sweden, (460)
  • Telegraph Lines in Africa, French and German, 235
  • Service, Mr. Henniker Heaton on the Loss on the, (507)
  • System between Bassora and Arabia, 405
  • Wires, Advantages of Underground, (347); London and Birmingham and from Proston Northwards, (374)
  • Wires from Calcutta to Madras, (622)
  • Writing, Poliak and Virag’s, 30
  • Telegraphic Communication between the Etna Observatory and Nicolosi, (259)
  • Telegraphono, The, 432, (595)
  • Telegraphy, Wirolcsi, on tho Atlantic American Cast, (374)
  • Borkum and tho Borkum Riff Lightship, (595)
  • British Navy, (539)
  • St. Catharine’s Point and the Lizard, (191)
  • Cunard Liners, (397)
  • Fifty-four Sets, ordered by the Admiralty, (666)
  • Norwegian Navy, (596)
  • Swedish Admiralty’s Con¬tracts with a German Company, (507)
  • Telephone Alternate Current System, The Auto¬matic, Invented by Swedish Engi¬neers, (477)
  • Cable, Algiers and Marseilles, (321)
  • in Landon, Government Service in, (29)
  • in London, New System of, (565)
  • Offices in Germany, 1899, (13)
  • Russia, A Swedish Company to Con¬struct, (595)
  • Sweden, Apparatus to Assure the Secrecy of, (507)
  • Sweden, Cheap and Good, (595)
  • System, Municipal, Tunbridge Wells, (13)
  • System in Switzarland, (39)
  • System in Tokyo, Subscribers to, (13)

Tenders:

  • Brighton Cable, 275
  • British and American, for Uganda Bridge Con¬tracts, 166
  • French Syndicate’s, Accepted for Construction of Port at Montevideo, (13)
  • Iron Pipes for Manchester Waterworks, (641)
  • Norwegian State Railways, for Goods Vans, (100), (242), (294) ; Axles, Permanent Way, Points, (283); for fools, Materials, &■>., (451)
  • Post Commissioners of Calcutta Invite, for Locomotives, (13)
  • Russian Government’s Orders respecting Foreign, (242)
  • Spanish Postal and Telograph Department, for Z'no Cylinders, (185)
  • Stockholm Waterworks, Cast Iron Water Mains, (397)
  • Test Bars, Standard Sizes of, 675
  • Textile Belting, 548
  • Industry of Bimbay, Decline of, (667)
  • Machinery, 297
  • Thames Conservancy, The, 659
  • Thames, Drainage Area of, down to Teddington Weir, (13)
  • Theft of Gas and Electric Current in the United States, Law to Prevent, (374)
  • Thermite, (425), 449
  • Theodolites and their Errors, 304
  • Tbormomoter, The First Scaled, (535)
  • Thornycroft and Co., Limited, John 1., 552
  • Thrift Development at Messrs. Lloyd and Lloyd’s, (292)
  • Thunderstorms, Instrument for Detecting Dis¬tant, (212)
  • T.des, Professor Gray on the, (121)
  • Timber of the United States, (141)
  • Tin-plate Manufacture, Mr. W. H. Tregoning on,(262)
  • Tin-p'ate Manufacturers to Visit America, 670
  • Tin Supply, Sources of, 6
  • Titiniferous Ores in United States, Experiments on, (65)
  • Tools, Contracts for, 675
  • Tools, Machine—o- Machine Too’s
  • Towing Plant, Oil Engine for, 402
  • Traction, II nvy Motor, 509
  • Trade between the United Kingdom and Switzerland, (477)
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 27, 78, 105, 129, 155, 229, 253, 280, 307, 335, 361, 405, 438, 463, 490, 523, 655, 533, 608, 678
  • Tmdo, The Custom of, 120
  • Foreign Tariffs and British, 375 How to Ruin, 171
  • Iron Tube, 619 Legislation and, 648
  • Manufacturer on British, 623
  • Outlook, Tbo, 624
  • System, Col. C. Allen on Foreign Competition and Oar, (153)

Tramways, Electric, and other:

  • Andaman Islands, Steam, (321)
  • Association, Light Railways and, 199
  • Avellino and Naples, (555)
  • Barrow, (262)
  • Deadlock, (65), (212)
  • Batavia, Francq Fireless Locomotives, 486 Berlin, (622)
  • Bexley, (476,
  • Birkenhead, 600, 601 Blackpool, (595)
  • Bolton, Overhead Equipment Accident, (637,
  • Bournemouth, Tender Accepted, ( 125)
  • Brighton, 613
  • British Guiana, Georgetown, (294)
  • Brussels, (430)
  • Buenos Ayres, 6 Burnley, (242)
  • Canada, Mileage in, (347)
  • Chester, Working of, (39)
  • Cochin, (507)
  • Compressed Air Tramcars, 614, 621
  • Congress at Brussels, (65)
  • Cost of Various Systems of Tram Traction, 75
  • Creydon, (397)
  • Durban, Natal, (360)
  • Ganz System of Electric Traction, 114, 135, 158,(347)
  • Gateshead, (507) .
  • Germany, Oatput of the Electric Generators for Working, (263)
  • Glasgow, (106), (539)
  • Halifax, Extension to E land, Lift to take the Cars up Hill, (65)
  • Hanover, Tractor Gars furnished with “Biogol, 666
  • Hebbnrn, (641)
  • Huddersfield, Accident, (191)
  • Sunday Labour on, and Result, (622)
  • Lancaster, (539)
  • Leicester, (539)
  • Life-guard for Tramcars, 214
  • Liverpool Accidents, due to the Overhead Wires, (168), (191). (565)
  • Liverpool, Returns, (667,
  • London, 152
  • County Council, Slot Electric, 187
  • New, for, 651
  • United Tramways Company’s Lines, (347)
  • Manchester, (242), (477). (622)
  • Mechanical Traction in Paris, 387, 414,614, 621
  • Melbourne, Traffic on, (13,
  • Mexico, City of, (123)
  • Newcastle, (347), (425)
  • New South Wales, (630)
  • New York, Compressed Air Ca's, (250)
  • New Zealand, Dunedin, Tbo Fir.t Electric in, (334)
  • Wellington, (63C)
  • Northampton, (397)
  • North Shields and Tynomouth to Cullorccats, Electric, (334,
  • Nottingham, (595)
  • Paris, 387, 414
  • Plymouth, (345)
  • Portsmouth, (511)
  • Prevention of Accidents on, 629
  • Trolley Pole Catcher, 632
  • Rimsgate, (595)
  • St. Petersburg, (425)
  • San Sebastian and Hernam', (622)
  • Scarborough, (73)
  • Seine-Inférieure, Loan for the Construction of a System of Departmental, (385)
  • Sheffield, (100)
  • Southport, Accident due to Snowstorm, (347),
  • Spain, Mileage in, (347)
  • Stalybridge,Hyde, Mossley, and Dukinfield,(622)
  • Stone, 395
  • Surface, Contact System for, 514
  • Sweden, Göteborg to Mölodal, (460)
  • Systems, Combined Trolley and Conduit, Mr. A. N. Connett, 287, 298, 331
  • Total Capital Paid up in England and Wales for 1899, 1900, (168)
  • Trolley Pole Catcher, The Wilson, (632)
  • Washington. S3rvice Delayed by a Chile’s Iron Hoop, (451)
  • Wires, Accidents with Overhead Telephone, Mr. Burbidge’s Proposal to Obviate, (191)
  • Wolverhampton, (507), (595)
  • The Lorain Method of Pro¬viding Surface Contact under Consideration, (451)
  • Trestle Work for Coke Ovens, 422, 426
  • Trieste Sewerage, (208)
  • Trusts, 119
  • Trust, American, for Exportation of Coal to the Mediterranean, (555)
  • Trust to Control the Field of Industry Gets a Foothold in Japan, (539)
  • Trusts, Formation of, Continues in the United States, (425)
  • Trust, Giant Steel, 169, 243,324
  • Trusts in the Twentieth Century, 49
  • Tuba Trade, The, 481
  • Tunnel, Cascade, on tho Great Northern, U.S.A., 221
  • Tunnel, Progress of the Simplon, 345
  • Tunnelling Construction, Iron-lined, Mr. A. W. Manton, 405
  • Tunnelling the Juras, 665
  • Turbine, The De Laval Steam, 277
  • Installation in Norway, Large, (13) Parsons’ Steam, 38
  • The “Perfection," Mr. W. Antrobus, (359)
  • Propulsion for a New Clyde Passenger Steamer, 45
  • Testing Station, The Swedish Iron Board's Proposal to the Government to Establish, (425)
  • Victor High-pressure, 37
  • Taming and Boring Machine, Large, John Hetherington and Sons, 675
  • Mill, Atlas Engineering Company, 225
  • Turret Axle Lathe, Vertical, 74

U

  • UNITED States Exports to Germany, (141)
  • United States, Export of Manufactured Metals, 1900, (13)
  • United States, Wooded Area of, (141)
  • University of Birmingham, 552
  • Ural Industries, Foreign Machinery for, Admitted Duty Free, (667)
  • Uralite, A Eire-proof Non-conducting Building Material, (151)

V

  • VALVE Gear Diagrams, 222, 238
  • Valves, Interlocking Gear for Superheater, 578
  • Venezuela, Mineral Resources of, (595)
  • Ventilation and Heating, 12, 47
  • Inlet, Need of, 218, 274, 356
  • Law Courts, The, 365, 647
  • Mechanical Mine, (76)
  • Sewer, 140
  • Viaduct, Great, (603)
  • Great Kinzua, 278
  • Taff Vallev, (280)
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, and the Cramp Midvale Companies of America, (215 )
  • Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, Extension of Premises, (263)
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, (263)
  • Vienna, Population of, (168)
  • Voltage in Electric Supply, Change of, 241
  • Vulcanite at the Paris Exhibition, 29

W

  • WACHUSETT Dam, U.S.A.. The, 476, 519 ,
  • War Appropriations and Expenditure of the United States, (294)
  • War Department Accounts, 58
  • War Material, 21
  • Waterfalls in Sweden, Utilisation of, 564
  • Water Discharged by the Orange and Vaal Rivers into the Sea (242)
  • Water, Electrolysis of, for Industrial Purposes, 417
  • Water Meters, Smith’s, 328
  • Water in Pipes and Open Channels, Flow of, 675
  • Water Power of Central Canada, 73
  • Water Power in Ireland, Development of. (12)
  • Water Power of the Rhone, Schemes for Develop¬ing, (397)

Water Supply:

  • Alexandria, Construction of Filters, (191)
  • Australia, Artesian,;635
  • Barrow-in- Furness, (507)
  • Birmingham, (599)
  • Crookes’, Sir Wm., and Professor Dewar's Report on the Water Supplied to London in May, (667)
  • Edinburgh New Waterworks, (111)
  • Glasgow, Aqueduct from Loch Katrine to, (667) Italy, (555)
  • Leader on, during 1900, 20
  • Letters to the Editor od, 12, 46, 47, 73, 99
  • London, 171, 214, 320, (374), (447), (477), (520), (622), (667)
  • London Companies' New Regulations, 145, (374)
  • Manchester, Tenders for Supply of Iron Pipes, (611)
  • Messina, (361)
  • Metropolitan, during November, 1900, January, 1901, April, 1901, (13), (263). (622)
  • Metropolitan Water Companies' New Regula¬tions, Inquiry respecting, (65)
  • New Orleans, (242)
  • Niagara Falls Preservation Commissioners, (191)
  • Outflow of Water from Tanks and Reservoirs, 363
  • Paignton’s New Moorland, Holne, on Dart¬moor, (565)
  • Plymouth, The Burrator Works for, 378
  • Preliminary Investigations relative to, Mr. John Brown cn, (247)
  • Salford, Bill Deposited, (13)
  • Sonth Africa, (242)
  • Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company’s New Works at Hampton, 434, 449, 452
  • Teignmonth, Scheme for, (374)
  • Thames, Daily Average, (168)
  • Tokio, New Waterworks, (520)
  • Tunbridge Wells, (451)
  • United States, Buffalo, Measures to Stop Waste, (263)
  • United States, City of Superior, Purification from Iron, 358
  • Water Supply and Death-rate of Promo, in Burma (294)
  • Water Used for Street and Sewer Cleansing in Paris, (622)
  • Water-wheel, Self-governing, American, 152
  • Watkin, Col. H. S. S., Superintendent of the Royal Arms Factory, Enfield Lock, (39)
  • Watkin, Sir Edw., 401
  • Watt Anniversary Lecture, The, (121)
  • Way, Mr. R. A., (522)
  • Welsh Inventor, A Great, 277
  • Wheel, Flanged, Invention of the, (101), 122
  • Wheel, Large-sized Steel Rim, Scott and Hodgson, for Armour Plate Mill, (333)
  • Wheel Lathe and Boring Mill, 119
  • White Load in France, The Government Bill
  • intending to Prohibit the Use of, (539)
  • Whitwell, Sir. W., Presidential Address. 472, 616, 551
  • Widdowson, Mr. J. H., 511, (543)
  • Winding Gear, Hopwood and Marshall, 367
  • Whiting, 366
  • Winding from Great Depths, 181, 274, 304, 366
  • Windmills, Iron, in Argentina, for Pumping Water, (595)
  • Wireless Telegraphy— see Telegraphy
  • Wire Nail Trust, Report of the United States Consul at Frankfort on the, (397)
  • Wolseley Sheep-shearing Machine Co, Axle
  • Lathe and Screw Machine, 74 Wood, Mr. Charles, (409)
  • Wood, Fire-proofed, Made at Washington Navy Yard. 285
  • Wood, Fire-resisting, 37
  • Wood, Non-inllammable, 404
  • Wood Pulp, Sulphite, Waldhof Works, (163)

Workmen’s Compensation Act:

  • Spain, The Now Law in, (616)
  • Striker Tangyes, Limited, An Unscrupulous, 618
  • Workshop Practice at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, Mr. E. C. Amos, (223). 247, 276
  • Workshop Rules, 149
  • Works Management, Mr. A. H. Barker, (154), (210), (272), (332), (367), 515
  • Works out of London, 405
  • Worm Gearing, Friction of, Reduced, (123)

X-Y Z

  • Yarrow and Co., Limited, New Works of, 348, 353, 367
  • Zambesi, Overflowing of, (214)
  • Zeppelin’s Balloon, Fate of Count, 434
  • Zeppelin, Count, Decorated by the Emporor, (39)
  • Zinc, Boiling Point of, (39)
  • Zinc Industry of the United States, (451)
  • Zuider Zee, Reclaiming of a Large Area of, Projected, (520), (565), 569

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