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A

  • ABEL, Sir Frederick, 255

Accidents, Explosions, and Fines.

  • Central Electric Supply Company, Marylebone, Collapse of a Staging, (420)
  • Chemical Explosions, Some Recent, 42
  • Crane Collapse at Messrs. Goodwin and Basby’s Iron Foundry, (303)
  • Domestic Oil Lamps in London, (211)
  • Earthquake Shocks in Portugal and Italy. (137)
  • Earthquake Shocks in South California, (135)
  • Engine Accidents, United States, (614)
  • Fall of Roof, Clydach Vale, (268)
  • Flooding of Dock at Chatham, (185)
  • Flooding of Union Colliery, Forest of Dean, (268)
  • Lift Accident on the East Hill, Hastings, (303)
  • Motor Accident, M. H. Deutsch Seriously Injured,(137)
  • Motor Car Accident Narrowly Averted, General Sir E. Wood and his Staff, (185)
  • Motor Car Accident near Rearsby, in Leicester¬shire, (185)
  • Petroleum Spirit on Waste, Cleaning Gas Engine with, a Man Killed whilst, (257)
  • Tay Bridge, Men Blown from the, whilst Paint- | iog it, (280)
  • Winding, Tirpentwys, (382)
  • Winding, Treharris No. 1,Ocean P.t, (482), (552)
  • Explosions, Boiler, United States, (614)
  • Boiler, Melyn Tin-plate Works, (198)
  • Abertysswg Colliery, (316)
  • Colliery, Abertwysog, (268)
  • Colliery, Wollongong, Australia, J (288)
  • Gunpowder Works, Waltham, (589)
  • Nobel's Dynamite Factory, (355)
  • Powder, in a Mine, Uah, (137)
  • Stalybridge, from an Economiser, (107)
  • Fires, Bridge between New York and Brooklyn ' Damaged by, (469)
  • Drury-lane, (185)
  • Engineering Works of Messrs. Goddard, Massey and Warner, (11)
  • Loss of the United States and Canada in First Half of 1901-1902, (162)
  • Palmer's Shipbuilding Works, (85)
  • Tramway Depót, Barrow-in-Furness,(11)
  • ACID Waste, Lye District, Treatment of. (576)
  • Aerial Navigation, Mr. Spencer’s Flying Machine, (303), (395)
  • Aë.-onautics and War, 440
  • Africa, South, from an Engineer’s Point of View, 61, 93. 247, 275. 293, 319, 341, 389, 415, 433, 535, 539, 557, 579, 605
  • Agricultural Development, Wells Drilled by the Cape Government, (395)
  • Implements in Turkey, Opening for, (257)
  • Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 29, 30
  • Machinery at Odessa, Demand for, and American Competition, (328)
  • Machinery in Russia, English, j American, and German, 262
  • Air Compressor, Electrically-driven, Reavell and Co., 620
  • Air Compressors, Quadruple Two-stage, 182
  • Air Respirable in Closed Places, Apparatus for Rendering, (328)
  • Airship. Mr. Stanley Spencer’s Second Trip, (395)
  • Airship for the War-office, Construction of Dr. 1 Barton’s, (257)
  • Alcohol as a Source of Motive Power, Prof. Bahrend’s Experiments, (303)
  • Alcohol without Re-distillation, A German Appa¬ratus for Producing Fine, (162)
  • A’ien Immigrants Arrived in the United Kingdom during September 1901 and 1902, (395)
  • Allison, Mr Henry Thomas, (48)
  • Alloy for Lining Bearings, Crank-pin Bushes, &c., (280)
  • Almanacs and Diaries, 600, 624
  • Aluminium Alloys, Electric Conductivity of, as Affected by the London Atmo¬sphere, Prof. E. Wilson, 301 and Nickel in Russia, Increasing Use of, (257)
  • Production of, (616)
  • for Sharpening Cutlery, Use of, (469)
  • Weight and Cost, Compared to other Metals, (614)
  • America for Draughtsmen, 266
  • American Agricultural Manufacturers' Combina¬tion, (211)
  • Competition, Mr. J. S. Jeans rn, (600); Mr. W. J. Cudworth on, (624)
  • Competition and Mr. Mosely’s Scheme, | 214
  • Competition in South Africa, (211)
  • Contractor late again, The, (496), (499)
  • Cup Challenge, The, 391
  • Dollars into English Pounds, Table for Converting, (211)
  • Enterprise Frustrated at Marseilles, (Hl)
  • Enterprise in England, 15
  • Industries, 523
  • Invasion, The, 619
  • Methods, and those who go from England and make Comparisons between them and English, (624)
  • Trade, (15)
  • Trusts, Mr. G. Roberts’ Suggestion as to bow the United States Government should Seek to Control, (280)
  • Analysis by Rote. 393
  • Anchor Chains, 50-Toa, (35)
  • Aneroid Barometers, The Royal Meteorological Society and, (111)

Appointments and Resignations: Appointments:

  • Brickwell, Mr. A. J., (519)
  • Carpenter, Mr. R. Forbes, (544)
  • Conaty, Mr. Geo., (211)
  • Cousins. Mr. Edmund, (395)
  • Dolly, Mr. T., (328)
  • Dunn, Mr. Matthew, (150)
  • Eyre, Mr. F. A., (257)
  • Gooday, Lieut.-Colonel J. F. S., (137)
  • Hendrie, Mr. David, (469)
  • Hobson, Mr. J. A., Master Cutler of Sheffield, (197)
  • Hughes, Colonel, (221)
  • Jepson, Mr. W. A., (469)
  • Jones, Lieut.-Col. A. S., Manager of Sewage Works in the Aidershot District, (61)
  • Macaulay. Mr. F. W„ (552)
  • Mastin, Mr. A. B., (395)
  • Pagan, Mr. Wm., (454)
  • Pitman, Mr. E. F., (454)
  • Ransome, Mr. James, (565)
  • Richards, Mr. A. E., (328)
  • Rose, Dr. T. Kirke, (589)
  • Smith, Commander Hamilton P., (455)
  • Tatlow, Mr. W., (89)
  • White, Mr. A. J., (601)
  • Winter, Mr. Geo., (359)
  • Worsdell, Mr. H., to the Great Central, (71), (137)
  • Resignations:
  • , Cock, Mr. Henry, (328)
  • G»le, Mr. Jas. M„ (596)
  • Mugliston, Mr W. L., (469)
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., 523

Armour Plating:

  • Delivered at the United States Shipyards, 1901, ! (496)
  • Hardening the Surface of, Lieut. Davis’ Process for, (137)
  • Mill Order by the Japanese Government, (61), (71)
  • Orders for the Armour Plate for the Dominion, the King Edward VII., and the Common¬wealth, (11). (21), 65. (221)
  • ARBITRATION, Compulsory, 259
  • Arbitration, Failure of Compulsory, 14
  • Arch Construction with Three Points, Charac¬teristic, (211)
  • Artesian Wells, Cape Colony, (303) Arthur Stoker, The, 478
  • Ash Washing Machine, 281

Association, American Tramway:

  • (622)

Association, British-see British Association

Association of Engineers, Leeds:

  • Inaugural Address by the President, Mr. G. W. I Blackburn, 358
  • Motor Cars, Use and Speed of, Opening Address by the President, Mr. Geo. W. | Blackburn, 358
  • Steel, High-speed Cutting, Mr. J. Miley, (440)
  • Visit to the Works of Messrs. Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, (172)

Association of Engineers, Manchester: Annual General Meeting, (600)

  • Engineering Workshops, Design, and Construction of Modern, Mr. J. H. Humphreys, 575
  • Mechanical Boiler Draught. Modern Production of, Mr. W. L. Sutc iffe, 530
  • Milling Cutters, Design and Manufacture of, Mr. S. N. Brayshaw, 429
  • Programme for Opaning Meeting, (337)
  • Visit to the British Westinghouse Works, 379
  • Water Hammer Action in Steam Pipes, Mr. C. E. Blromeyer on the Cause of, (481)

Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:

  • Annual Convention, (15), 27
  • Correct Type of Engine for Large Generation I Stations, Mr. A. A. Day, 37
  • Double-current Generators and their Applica¬tion, Mr. Ruthven-Murray, 27
  • High-tension Continuous-current Systems, Mr. 1 A. S. Barnard, 28
  • Inaugural Address, Mr. Rider’s, 27

Association, Liverpool Self-Propelled Traffic :

  • Adoption of Report: Resolutions Carried, (39)

Association, Municipal Electrical:

  • Board of Trade Regulations relative to Series Incandescent Lighting at 500 Volts, Amendment Desired to, (35)
  • Correct Type of Engine for Large Generating Stations, Mr. A. A. Day, 53
  • Eartbiog Notes, re, Mr. H. Faraday Proctor, 53
  • Relative Advantages of Two and Three-wire 1 Distribution, Mr. F. C. Snell, 53
  • Steam Turbines, Mr. S. E. Fedden, 53

Association, National Free Labour:

  • Tenth Annual Congress, 367

Association, The Nation Industrial:

  • (619)

Association, Yorkshire Miners

  • Annual Report, Mr. Benjamin Pickard, 523

Association of Waterworks Engi¬neers, British:

  • Annual General Meeting, The Seventh, 70
  • Domestic Filtration, Dr. Joseph Priestley, 115
  • Electrolysis in Water Pipas, Mr. W. H. i Humphreys, 115
  • Inaugural Address of President, Mr. Fred. Griffith, 80
  • Pumps, App'ication of Suspended Steam, to the Sinking of Deep Shafts, Mr. W. Price Abell, 80
  • Seventh Winter Meeting, and Papers to be Raad at, (477) I
  • Standardisation of Water Fittings, Mr. R. S. Lloyd, 80
  • Turbine-driven Pumps at Windsor Corporation Waterworks, Mr. Christopher Sainty, 115
  • Turbine Pumping Plant, Guildford Corporation Waterworks, Mr. C. G. Mason, 115
  • Visits to the Blackbrook Reservoir of the Laughborough Waterworks and to the Northampton Waterworks, 115
  • Watar Power Pumping Plant, Reading Water¬works, Mr. A. T. Walker, 115
  • Water Supplies, On Rural, Messrs. Jas. Dew¬hurst and H. G. Keywood, 80
  • AS3UAN Dam and the Assiout Weir, (137), 558, 559, 563, 580, 617, 618 (Supplement, December ( 19M, 1902)
  • Atmosphere of the House of Commons, The, (233)
  • Atmospheric Discharges, Apparatus for Auto¬matically Registering, (11)
  • Australia, New Route to, 180
  • Automatic Machines for Sale of Postage Stamps, Berlin Railway Stations, (280)
  • Automatic Stokers, 14
  • Automatic X-Ray Machine on the Penny-in-the < Slot System, (303)
  • Axles, Collinge Carriage, 477, 500, 573
  • Ayris, Mr. John, 476

B

  • BALLOON to CroBs the Sahara, 217
  • Balloon with Interior Keel, Navigable, M. Torres on, (257)
  • Balloon, Mr. Santos Dumont’s New, (280)
  • Barcelona, Shipbuilding Industry, Falling-off in Value of Exports from, Opening for a Manu¬factory of Screws for Woodwork, (85)
  • Barlow, Mr. W. H., (519)
  • Barrow, Mr. Jas., (328), (338)
  • Bass Rock and the Commissioners of Northern Lighthouses, (519)
  • Bauxite Exports from Marseilles, (185)
  • Bauxite, Largely used by Electrolytic Works, i (233)
  • Bauxite of Three Kinds Produced in Franc?, (443)
  • Bedworth Drainage and Sewage Disposal Scheme, 502
  • Belfast, Libraries for, Mr. A. Carnegie’s Gift, (443)
  • Belgian Royal Commission on Rivers Pollution, 493
  • Bell Rock Lighthouse, The, 159
  • Beloe, Mr. Cnas. Henry, 189
  • Ben Nevis Observatory, 142
  • Bicyclist's Speed Record, (35)
  • Billet Mill, New American, 550

Bills:

  • Australian Water and Drainage, (280)
  • Charing Cross, Easton, and Hampstead ; and the Great Northern and City, (111)
  • Coventry to Arley Railway Line, (496)
  • London County Council’s Subways and Tram¬ways, (85)
  • London United Electric Railways, 399
  • London Water, London County Council Opposes the, (544)
  • Passed through House of Lords, (589)
  • Patent-office Buildings, Extension of, (544)
  • Piccadilly, City, and North-Eastern Railway, 399
  • Railway, Bristol to London; Londonand Brighton Electric Express; North-Eastern; Lancashire and Yorkshire; Great Northern ; Midland and Great Central; Derbyshire, (544)
  • Regulation of the Supply of Water-gas and other Poisonous Gases, (372)
  • Thames Steamboat Service, London County I Council, (544)
  • Wolverhampton Corporation Water, (170)
  • BILSTON Sewerage Scheme, (530)
  • Birmingham City Arcades Scheme, Completion of, k530)
  • Bitterfeld Chemical Works, 229, 234
  • Blackband, Lanarkshire, (280)
  • Blast Furnaces in Belgium in Operation, (395), (496)
  • Blast Furnace Construction, Jno. L. Stevenson, (Supplement, October 10th, 1902), 248, 249, 322, 323, 347, 386, 387, 474. 475
  • Blast Furnace, Irondale, Washington, Opened, (395)
  • Blast Furnace, Large Charcoal, at Vares, in Bosnia, (395)
  • Board of Trade Returns for July, (185)
  • Boardite, (455), 501

Boilers:

  • Demand for, in the British Columbian Mining 1 Camp*, (519)
  • Explosions Acts, Report upon the Working of, (614)
  • Explosions—see Accidents
  • Feed Pumps for, J. Evans and Co., 7, 8
  • Flash, by J. S. V. Bickford, 514, 538, 585
  • Flash, John Johnston, 573
  • Flash, David Smith, 585
  • Flash, for Steam Launch, 311
  • Industry, German, 446
  • Locomotive, with Cylindrical Fire-box, Lan¬cashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. H. A. Hoy (Supplement, August 15th, 1902), 165
  • Mineral Oil in, 194 I Navy, 38, 63, 141
  • Ohio State, Licence Law Amendment as to Boilers and Unlicensed Engineers, (211)
  • Petroleum for, 241
  • Point in the Design of, 282
  • Regulations as to Siza of, to be Operated by Unlicensed Engineers, (211)
  • Scale Prevention and Steam Jacket*, 241
  • Solignac, Mr. W. H. Booth on the, 302
  • Water-tube, the Stirling Bailer Company, Limited, 127
  • Yarrow, for the Dutch Navy, (35)
  • BOOKS and Students, 164
  • Booth and Bros., Limited, Joseph, Sums collected for three Reservists in their Employ, (355)
  • Bore-holes in South Africa, 389
  • Boring and Planing Machine, Horizontal, Messrs Ward, Haggas and Smith, 168
  • Bradford Exports to the United States, (137
  • Branfoot, Mr. Wm., (505)
  • Brass Foundry Ash-washing Machine, Messrs. E H. Birley and Co., 284
  • Breakwater, Concrete, U.S.A., (46)
  • Bricklaying Machine, 309
  • Brick-making Machine, Glazed, Messrs. Pullan an Mann, 66
  • Brick-making Process, A New, 452

Bridges:

  • Barrow and Walney Island, Proposed, (614)
  • Bascule at Chicago, New Form of, (46), (420)
  • Breydon Railway, 476
  • Brooklyn, Moving Platforms Worked by Electricity Projected for, (61)
  • Building, Characteristic Arch, with Three Points, Patented in Germany, (211)
  • California, Santa Anna River Railway, (496)
  • Canal, over the River Lippe, 34, 44
  • Clyde, The Widest Railway Crossing of any River, (280)
  • Construction, Modern Practice in, Mr. J. R. Orr, 515
  • Cross Girders, Support of the Ends of, 609
  • Experiments on Railway and Raad, 3
  • Forth, (565)
  • Fonr-track Double-deck, U.S.A,, Pennsylvania Railway, (622)
  • Impact Fatigue in Railway, 465
  • Kew, 300, 304, (328), 423
  • La Rochelle, with a Suspended Running Carrier,
  • London, Widening of, 426. 542, 596, 597
  • Maidenhead, Abolition of Tolls, &c., (589)
  • Mawddach Estuary, at Barmouth, for the Cam¬brian Railway Company, 171
  • Mayence Railway, Reconstruction of, 314, 318, 349
  • Mississippi, Great Cantilever Railway Bridge over the, (565)
  • Newcastle. New, 171, 227
  • Newport, Transporter, (482)
  • Pennsylvania, Railway Masonry, 308
  • Plate Girder Bascule, over the Milwaukee River, (196)
  • Pontoon System used by the French, (355)
  • Railway and Road, Experiments on, 3
  • Severn, at Iron Bridge, The First Iron, Built in England, a Portion Gives Way, (233)
  • Steel Arch and Stone Arch, United States, 621
  • Steel, over the Seine, for the Metropolitan Railway, (61)
  • Strand, at the Bottom of Wellington-street, (443)
  • Summerbill and Trenton, U.S.A., 308
  • Sydney, North Shore, Tenders for, 210, (222), (317)
  • Tyne, at Newcastle, High-level Railway for the North Eastern, 171, 227
  • Uganda Railway, 513
  • Vauxhall, 476, 522
  • Works, 148
  • BRITANNIA Works at Middlesbrough, Re-con¬struction of, (150)

British Association:

  • Addressee, by Prof. R. H. Smith, 459, 485
  • Address of Prof. Jas. Dewar, Ioaugural 234 287
  • Address ^by Prof. John Perry, 302, 813, 335,
  • Admiralty Water-tube Boiler Committee, Résumé of Report, 302
  • Boiler, Solignac, Mr. W. H. Booth, 302
  • Dynamo, Making of a, Mr. H. A. Mavor, 302
  • Electrical Conductivity of Certain Aluminium Alloys as Affected by London Atmosphere Prof. E. Wilson, 301
  • Engineering Work, Importance of Minor Details in, Mr. M. Holroyd Smith, 301
  • Engineers. Training of, Prof. Perry, 302, 313, 335, 357j (527)
  • Gas Engine Explosions. Mr. H. E. Wimperis and Prof. Perry on, 802, 854
  • Gas Engines, Recent Progress in Large, Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 277
  • In’ftnt^RBD8e finder, Prof G®o. Forbes on This, 302
  • Ireland, Rainfall of, Dr. H. R. Mills, and Water Power of, Mr. F. J. Dick, 278 Levelling Staff, Direct-reducing, Mr. C. W. Herdman, 278
  • Ocean Currents, Direction and Velocity of Material-bearing, Mr. R. G. Allanson-Winn, Resistance of Road Vehicles to Traction, Prof. Hele-Shaw, 277
  • Sledges, Regular Undulations Produced in a Road by the Uss, Dr. Vaughan Cornish, 278
  • Smoke, Prevention of, Mr. J. S. Raworth, 302
  • Smokeless Combustion of Bituminous Fuels, Mr. W. H. Booth, 302
  • Specific Utilisation of Materials in Dynamo Design, Professor S. P. Thompson, 301
  • Steam Turbine, Hon. C. A. Parsons, 277
  • Telepbone, Future of, in the United Kingdom, Mr. J. E. Kingsbury, 301
  • Working Model of all Station’s Express Trains, Mr. J. Brown, 278
  • Workshop, Science of the, Mr. W. Taylor, 301
  • BRITISH Exports to Italy, (268)
  • British North Borneo, Principal Imports of Trade of, (137)
  • British Trade and American Methods, 500
  • British Trade in Switzerland, Falling off of, (565), (580) '
  • Brotherhood, Mr. Peter, 375
  • Brown and Co., John. Amalgamation with Thos. Firth and Sons, 428
  • Buildings, Portable, 41
  • Bailding, Sky-scraper, New York, Twenty Storeys High, (162)
  • Burmah, for, becoming the Sole Trade Route to Yunnan, Opportunity for, (111)
  • Bushey Physical Laboratory, Machinery and Scientific Apparatus at, (111)

C

  • CABLES to the North, Subterranean, 468
  • Callipers, Pipe, 284
  • Campanile of St. Mark’s, The Fallen, 142
  • Canada, Postil Revenue and Expenditure, (565)
  • Canadian Trade, a Record for, (111)

Canals:

  • Bay of Biscay and the Mediterranean, Pro¬jected, (565)
  • Birmingham, (442)
  • Chicago Drainage, Dam at Ioliet, (233)
  • Corinth Maritime, Accounts for the Year, (395)
  • Danube, between Tulcha and Sulina, (395)
  • Dortmund-Ems, Traffic, (35)
  • Erie, (361), (589)
  • Inter-Oceanic, The Proposed, 1, 78
  • Leipzig with the Elbe, Project for Connecting. (280)
  • Manchester Ship, Death of Mr. A. H. Whit¬worth, Secretary of, (233); His Successor, (257); Progress of, (525) ; Revenue for October, (525); Traffic Returns, (420), (614) Michigan, Lake Superior Power Company's. (162)
  • Netherton, (442)
  • North Sea and Baltic, Returns, (35), (372);
  • September Traffic, (443)
  • Panama, Question of the Legality of the French Company’s Rights to, (443)
  • Soo, C mada, 394, 500
  • Suez, Returns, (11), (233); Maximum Draught for Ships using, (233)
  • Teddingtou to the English Channel, Projected, (565)
  • Viborg, Projected, (211)
  • Wolverhampton, 66
  • CARNEGIE, Mr. A., Freedom of Perth Presented to, ('280) '
  • Carnegie, Mr. Andrew, Offer to the Leicester Free Library Committee, (11)
  • Castings, Malleable, 501
  • Catalogues, 19, 72, 94, 120, 223, 245, 291, 339, 406, 428, 452, 504, 530, 552, 554, 602, 624
  • Cement Works at Grays, 45
  • Chain Stud, the Heaviest ever Made in Stafford¬shire, (372)
  • Chemical Industry in Germany, (111) Chemical Works at Bitterfeld, 2*29, 234 Chemistry in Germany, 331
  • Chicago Drainage Canal, Use of Water Power Developed by the, (233)
  • Chili, Opening for British Capital in, (233)
  • Chinese, Business Integrity of the, (469)
  • Chinese Population, (257)
  • Chippenham Sewerage Sjheme, Sanction to Borrow 4:12,000, (11)
  • Clapham, Mr. Wm., (289)
  • Clay and Products of Clay in the United States, Total Value of, (211)
  • Clock Dials, Illuminating, Sir W. H. Bailey’s , Method, (315)
  • Clock, E'ectrically-lighted, (315), (552)
  • Cloth workers' Scholarship and Free Studentships, (355)
  • Clyde Trust, New Works, 263

Coal:

  • American Strike, (359), (360), 375
  • Australia, (328)
  • Baluchistan, Output at Kbost, in, (185)
  • Bohemia, Brown Coal Industry, (211)
  • British, Found to be Cheaper than German by German Manufacturers, (162)
  • Caucasus, Output of, (185)
  • China, (35)
  • ('.iking, One Ton of Gravity and Heat of Burnt Gas given off in the Process, (328) Coaling Facilities at Glasgow, (196)
  • Colorado State, Inexhaustible Supply, (395)
  • Cutting by Machinery, Mr. A. D. Mitton on, (575)
  • Cutting Machinery, Lancashire, (35)
  • Donetz District, Steps towards Improving the Industry, (420)
  • Dusts, the Most Inflammable and Dangerous, (614)
  • Dust for Blasting in Mines, Use of, (211)
  • European Russia, Last Year’s Output of, (61)
  • Ferghana Territory, Deposits Disco ver cl Last Year, (111)
  • French and Foreign. Map of France Showing J Consumption of, (111)
  • German, Sent to France, (614)
  • Hardening of Prices and Present Outlook, 360
  • Immersion of, as a Meansof Preserving Calorific Properties of, (443), 451
  • Imparts from United Kingdom to Germany for Manufacture of Coke, (185)
  • Indian Output, (565)
  • Ireland, (35)
  • Kherson, Discovery of an Extensive Field, (185)
  • Locomotive, 57
  • Manchester City Council’s Contracts for Supply of, (61)
  • Menai Straits, Borings on Both Sides of the, (Ul)
  • Mined in France Annually, (469)
  • Mining Accidents, United States, 1901, (355)
  • New South Wales, (35)
  • Oils as Fuel, Relative Cost of, (137)
  • Ontario, Search for, in, (469)
  • Owners and the South Wales Miners’ Federa¬tion, 91, 140, 145
  • President Roosevelt and, 397
  • Pulverised, for Power Plants, Mr. F. G. Gasche on, (519)
  • Pulverising Plant, Indianapali», (420)
  • Queensland, 1901, Output, (162)
  • Raw. Scotch Blast Furnaces Working with, , (280)
  • Russia s Asiatic Output, 228
  • Siberian, 523
  • Sinkings near Worksop, The Wigan Coal and Iron Company, (288)
  • Staffordshire, Discovery of New Field, (328)
  • Storage of Steam, Admiralty Chemist to Report on the Question, 451
  • Storing and Handling Plant, The Lowell Gas Company, United States, (46)
  • Strikes, 425
  • Strike, Pennsylvania, Anthracite, (61). (72)
  • Strike in the United States, 351, (359), (360), 375
  • Swedish Metal and, 215
  • Trade, A Bird’s-eye View of the, 282
  • Trade of British Columbia. Effected by Increas¬ing Use of Oil as Fuel, (233)
  • Trade Crisis, Mr. D. A. Thomas on the Approaching, 316
  • Trinidad, (280)
  • Turkish, Quoted by London Agent’, (544)
  • Tyne Shipments if, for Half year, (61)
  • United States Production, (372)
  • Ural Region, Oatput of, (61), (162)
  • Waste, German Machinery tor Making Briquettes out of. (614)
  • Welsh Contracts, 573
  • Welsh, at Dartmouth, Bunkering, 574
  • Westphalia, (11)
  • Westphalian, Supplied to France, (111)
  • World’s Production io 1901, (372), (468)
  • Yorkshire and Belgian Coalfields, Presumably Connected, (355)
  • COKE, Imported into France, and Exported from. (395)
  • Coke Ovens, By-product, Messrs. Bolckow, r Vaughan and Co., (623)
  • Cold Storage, Dr. Linde on, (417)
  • Collinge Carriage Axles, 477, 500, 573
  • Colonial Markets (set “Too Good,” 500), 473
  • Colorado Desert, Heat of the, (185)
  • Commercial Treaty, Germany, United States, and Japan, (395)
  • Concrete Breakwater, Buffalo, U.S.A., (46)
  • Concrete in a Cross-cut in a German Colliery. Use of, (565)
  • Condensers, Surface, Isaac Storey and Sons, Limited, (429)
  • Condensing by Evaporation, (622)
  • Consuls and Commerce, (378)

Copper:

  • Advice to Engineers, and Probable Prices of, 188, 260
  • Mines in R Rumania, (257)
  • Stay-making Machines, Alfred Herbert and Co., 9
  • Total Production of, in all Parts of the World, (61)
  • COREA, Exploitation for Gold in, (162)
  • Cornell University, 466, 470
  • Coronation Festivities, Westminster, Engineer’s Report on Cost of Erecting Stands, (85)
  • Coronation Honours, 10
  • Corrupt Works’ Management, Mr. T. Good and, 213
  • Cotton Seed Oil, (504)
  • Coventry, Municipal R ites, (395)
  • Crane, 5-Ton Electric Foundry, Ransomes and Rapier, Limited, 83
  • Crane, Goliath, Stothert and Pitt, 286
  • Crane, 3-Ton Locomotive, Jessop and Appleby Bros.. Limited, 239
  • Craven Bros., Limited, New Works at Reddish. (97)
  • Croker, Mr., His Suspension and its Cause, (185)
  • Croll, Mr. Geo., Presentation to, (266)
  • Crystal Palace, Visitors, Receipts, Expenditure,
  • Cuba, Imports of Machinery and Metal into, from United States, the United Kingdom, and Ger¬many, (469)
  • Curve, Location of a Circular, 241
  • Cut, A Heavy, 144
  • Cutters, Milling, Mr. S. N. Brayshaw on, 429
  • Cycle Shows, The, 518
  • Cycles for Sontb Africa, 43

D

  • DAIRY Implements, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 31
  • Dam, Another High Earth, United States, (454)
  • Assuan—we Assuan Regulating, United States, (456)
  • A Huge Earth, United States of America, (244)
  • Derby Technical College, Evening Classes for Engineer Apprentices, (443)
  • Destructor Plants for Bahia to Patents of W. Price Abell, (443)
  • Dewar, Prof. Jas., His Address at the British Association, 264, 287
  • Die Head, Automatic, Wharton’s Patent, 332
  • Disc Grinder, 20in, C. W. Burton, Griffiths and Co., 192, 193
  • Disc Grinder, Roberts Bros., 217
  • Diving Boll and Barge for the Admiralty, (280)
  • Diving Bell at Wilhelmshaven, Holzmann and Co.’s Huge, (111)
  • Diving Machine for Locating the Wreck of the Rio de Janeiro, (395)

Docks:

  • Chatham, New Dock Works Flooded, (185)
  • Dalny, Two Dry, in Course of Construction at, (469)
  • Dunkirk, Extension of. (589)
  • Floating, Building at Kiel for Kiao-cbau, (496)
  • Floating Dry, for the Philippines, (233)
  • Floating, for Durban, C. S. Swan and Hunter, Limited, 134, 136, (257), 515
  • Floating, La Rochelle, (35)
  • Graving, London and South-Western Railway, at Southampton, (85)
  • Humber Commercial, Grimsby, 168
  • Keyham, Extension, (185)
  • London and India, The Chairman of, on the Trade of London, &c., (395)
  • London, Their Area, (544)
  • Mersey Ducks and Harbour, Sand Removed from, and Cost of Dredging, (211)
  • Novelty in Dry Docking, (456)
  • i Pembroke, Pension Awarded to Chief Con¬structor at, (328)
  • Seabam Harbour, (171)
  • Severn Dry Dock Scheme, (544)
  • Swansea, New Deep-water Lock at the, (328)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Above-water Tubes, 286
  • Achilles, Name Changed to Hibernia, 394
  • Admiral O’Neill, of the United States Navy, The Latest Toing said about Him, 286
  • "Admiralty Return,” The Last, 283
  • Ajax for Sale, Old Battleship, 237
  • Albemarle Ready for her Trials, 547
  • American Battleships, Names of the New, 325
  • American Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius, The, 237
  • Amethyst and Topaz, Additional Data of, 547
  • Arethusa to be used as a Gunnery Tender or Struck off the List, 499
  • Aretbusa to be Relieved by the Thein, 499
  • Argentine Armoured Cruiser San Mitra Launched under her New Name of Rividavia, 451
  • Argentine Cruisers, Turkey Proposes Buying the Two Italian-built, 261
  • Ariadne Sailed for the North American Station, Replaces the Crescent, 34
  • Armour Plates for the Three First-class Battle¬ships, 65
  • Armour for the Six New Cruisers, Mr. Arnold Forster’s Reply to Sir C. Dilke, 451
  • Austrian Battleship Babenbergto be Launched, 237, 325, 353
  • Barfleur to have One Mast only, 588
  • Barham Replaced by the Intrepid in the Mediterranean, 426
  • Battenberg, Commodore H.S.H. Prince Louis of, His Appointment, 426
  • Battleship Exterminators, The Inventor of, 286
  • Battleships, Names of the New American, 325
  • Battleships, Names of the New British, 325
  • Battleship, a New, 142
  • Bedford, Fitting for Liquid Fuel Experiments, 547
  • Bedford and other Ships of the Essex Class, Larger Propellers for, 142
  • Belleisle, Adventures of some Newspaper Corre¬spondents on Visiting the, 65; Fresh Series of Trials, 376
  • Belleisle Exporiments, Programme for the Next, 307
  • Belleville Boilers, The Canopus and, 561
  • Boilers in the French Navy, The State of, 564
  • British Submarines, Colour of, 237 ; Sufferings of Crews od, 261
  • Calliope to Leave Portsmouth for her next Cruise, 391
  • Canopus Goes Hopelessly Wrong, 564
  • Canopus in Trouble with her Bellevilles, 376
  • Centurion, Progress on the, 65
  • Centurion, Reconstruction of, 394
  • Centurion to have One Mast only, 588
  • Channel Fleet, Roturn of, 547
  • Chilean Battleships, The Two New, and Report that One is to be Taken Over by Argentina, 65, 181
  • Circe, The Torpedo Gunboat, 15
  • Classification of Ships and the Official Service Report at Portsmouth, 181
  • Coaling Vessels Fitted with Temperleys, 236
  • Commissioned Ships, War Value of Newly, 376
  • Crease, Major-General Sir J.,Crusade in Favour of Battleships with Armoured Bottoms, 286, 311
  • Crescent at Portsmouth, Arrival of the, 108
  • Cruiser of the Duke of Edinburgh Class, A New, 547
  • Cruiser to Replace the Cornwall, Reported Name of the, 426
  • Destroyers, The 27-Knot, 376 Dostroyer Zephyr Aground, 525, 547 Dockyard Repairs, 476
  • “Dotter,” Capt. P. Scott’s Invention, 91
  • “ Dragons ” Supplied to th3 Russian Fleet, 353
  • Drake, Speed Trial Results. 325
  • Duke of Edinburgh Class, The, 564
  • Duncan, Successful Steam Trials, 426
  • Empress of India made Rear-Admiral’s Flagship in the Home Fleet, 367
  • Europa, Successful Trials, 108
  • Excursion Steamers at the Review, 215
  • Exmouth, her Trills, 547
  • Fighting Tops Fitted to the Encounter and the Challenger, 286, 353
  • Fire Extinguishers, Testing cf Patent, 367
  • Flora to Replace the Old Pbieton, 499
  • French Armoured Cruiser Jeanne d’Arc, 237
  • French Battleship Charles Martel, Change of Rig, 261
  • French Battleship République, 237
  • French Battleship Soffren, 261
  • French Cruiser Jurien de la Gravière, Trials of, 476
  • French Flag-ship “Rsbenzorg” Laun:hed, The 376
  • French Fleet, Next Year’s Arrangements, 547
  • French Mediterranean Fleet to be Demobilised, 426
  • French Newspapers on a British Admiralty 1 Order, 281
  • French Submarines from Cherbourg to Brest, 142
  • French Submarine Manceuvres off Cherbourg, 426
  • French Submarines, Swing-out Dropping Gear of, 426
  • French Torpedo Boat 84, Attached to the Ecole ' Nava’e, Brest, 476
  • French Torpedo Boat No. 108, 588, 610
  • Galatea, Cruiser, Replaced by the Dido, in the Home Squadron, 610
  • German Battleship Braunschweig, 610
  • German Battleships. Five of the H Type, 237
  • German Battleship Kaisar Friedrich III., 15
  • German Battleships H and J, Rumours as to the Names, 307
  • German Battleship Wettin, Trials of, 451
  • German Battleship Wittekbach Aground, 610
  • German and British Warships, The Vni'.ed Service Magazine, 91
  • Garman Critics on the French Navy, 215 d
  • German Naval and Military Manoeuvres Com¬bined, 261
  • German Nymphe, The, at Portsmouth, 215 h
  • German Wittekbach Type, Ships of the, 237
  • Good Hope, Interest in the, Painted Grey, 451, 525
  • Gossamer, The Champion Torpedo Gunboat of the Navy, 588
  • Greek Battleship Psara, 261
  • Grey Paint in Portsmouth Dockyard, Spread of, 394
  • Grey Warships of England, The, 353
  • Gueydon, Trial Results of, 476
  • Guns, 122-Ton, Bought from Krupp by the ’ Boers, Reappearance of, 15
  • Guns Painted in the Three Primary C'jlours, 353, (355)
  • Holland’s Naval Annual, 307
  • Hood, Shooting Record of, 108
  • i Hyacinth Minerva Derby, Another, 547
  • Inflexible, Glatton, and Neptune Removed from the Effective List, 286 r Japan, New Battleships and Cruisers for, 353
  • Japanese Cruiser Takasago, High Topmast put for Wireless Telegraphy, 142 a Japanese Destroyer Asahiho at Portsmonth, 65
  • Japanese Fiasco at Queenstown, 215
  • Journalism and the Navy, as Connected with » the Téméraire, 451
  • Kent, The, out on a Trial, 564
  • Khaki Discarded for German Torpedo Craft, 525
  • King Edward VII., Launch Fixed for June, 325
  • Latona the ” Mother Ship” to the Submarines, 261
  • Majestic to be Replaced by the Duncan in the Channel Fleet, 588
  • Maxims Removed from our Warships, 476 e
  • Mediterranean and Channel Fleet Manwuvres, 261
  • Mexico, Four Destroyers Ordered, 15
  • Military Masts, The New Cruisers not to have, 286, 353
  • Montagu, Her Trials, 547
  • Naval Efficiency, Crusade for, 286
  • Naval Gunnery, 231, 353
  • Naval Inefficiency, Another Proof of Our. 237
  • Naval Review, Tne Daily Press on the, 181, 215
  • Naval Review, Photographs of, 261 ; Public Interest in the Abortive, 34; Particulars regarding, 142
  • Naval Review, The, Spithead, 34, 65, 142, s 166
  • Ocean, Shooting Record of the, 108
  • Officers who have Come Back to England in the Japanese Ships at Spithead, 166
  • Painting Grey of British Warship), The, 353, 367
  • a Periscope Fitted to British Submarines, 325, (355)
    Polyphemus, The, 525
  • Portsmouth Harbour, Gasoline on Fire in, 588
  • Portuguese Ironclad, Vasco da Gama. 451
  • Race between the Japanese Cruiser Kasaji and the American Craft, 166
  • Royal Duckyardsmen, Grievances and the, 286
  • Royal Naval Engineer College of Keyham, Direct Control of, 108
  • Royal Sovereign at Portsmouth, The, 65
  • Russian Battleship, Alexander II., 547
  • Osliabia, Trials, 525
  • Pobieda, 15
  • Cruiser Aurora, her Trials, 588
  • Bayan, Trials, 525
  • Bogatyr’s Trials, 261 J
  • Novik on her Way to the Far East, 426
  • Otchakoff, 353
  • Pamiat Azova, Reconstruction of, 325
  • Fleet, T*1® “ -Dragons ” Supplied to the, Fleet at Portland, 525, 547
  • Squadron in the Far East, Ships to Reinforce the, 499
  • Torpedo Boats Turn Out to be New Destroyers, The. 353 307
  • Navigation from a, Warship Nikolai I.Senttothe Mediter¬ranean, 307
  • St. George to be Replaced by the Good Hope as Flagship of the Cruiser Squadron, 376
  • Scout Class of Cruisers, 499
  • Scouts, Names of the Four 25-Knot, 588
  • Storage of Steam Coal, Question of the, 451
  • Submarine of the Holland Type, German Naval Authorities’ Experiment with, 261
  • Submarine No. 1, Trials in the Irish Sea, 394
  • Submarine No. 2, Trial at Barrow, (85), 91
  • Submarines No. 2 and 3 at Portsmouth, 215
  • Submarine No. 3 in Dry Dock, her Gay Colouring, 394
  • Sultan Painted Grey, The, 394
  • Surly’s Trials with Liquid Fuel, 367
  • Swedish Battleship, a New, 525
  • Swedish Destroyer Mode, 108, 261
  • Swing-out Dropping Gear of the French Sab- marines, 426
  • Tactical Exercises, The, 34
  • Terrible to be Refitted at Clydebank, 325
  • Torpedo Boats 52, 53, and 55 to be Fitted with , Water-tube Boilers, 451
  • Torpedo Craft, The Equipment of, 376
  • Torpedo Tubes from Destroyers, Removal and Replacing of, 610
  • Turbine Destroyer Velox, 547
  • Turkey’s Refusal to allow Russian Torpedo Boats to Pass the Dardanelles, 237
  • United States Battleship Illinois, 15
  • Battleship Louisiana to be Built at Newport News, 451, 525
  • Battleship Maine’s Trials, 261
  • Cruiser Brooklyn brings over the Body of the late Lord I’aunccfote, 34
  • Cruiser Dosmoines, Launch of, 325
  • Cruiser Galveston, Launch of, 325
  • Fleet, Caribbean Division of the, 376
  • Submarine of the Lake Type, the Protector, 517
  • Navy, Reported Discontent in, 547
  • New Jersey Type, some Altera¬tions made iu, 525
  • Victory Decorated on Trafalgar Day, 394
  • DOCK Gate, Messrs. E Finch and Co., Limited, (68)
  • Does it Pay ! (Splendid Machinery in some of the Leading Works in Germany), 399
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Limited, Annual Report, (505)
  • Drawing Desk, Adjustable, Messrs. B. and S. Massey, 440
  • Drawing Instrument, A New American, 170
  • Drainage, Pneumatic, A French Method, Com¬pleted at Stansted, (303)
  • Dredge, Hydraulic, At Work in Like St. Peter, between Montreal and Quebec, (137)
  • Dredging the Suez Canal, (137)
  • Drill, Portable Electric, O. Borend and Co., Limited, 181
  • Drilling Machine Rail, Niles Tool Works Com¬pany, 312
  • Dunu, Mr. Ralph, (98)
  • Durban, New Town Hall, Designs Invited iu Eng¬land, (519)
  • Durr Liquid Fuel Apparatus, The, 105
  • Dust Collector, The Tornado, 146
  • Destructors, 285
  • Laying with Oil, (328)
  • Laying with Oil, Farnborough-road, (420)
  • Laying by Tar Sprinkling, (316), (315)
  • Nuisance, A Cure for the, (233)

E

  • EARTHQUAKES and Volcanic Eruptions, South- East Russia, Results of, in the Black and Caspian Seas, (162)
  • Economiser, Explosion from an, 107
  • Egg Shells, Tests as to Power required to Break, (328)

Electric

  • Air Compressor, Reavell and Co., Limited, 620
  • Alternator and Engine, Multiphase, 524
  • Alternator, 1000-Kilowatt, Messrs. Johnsen and Phillips (xv., xvi., Supplement, December 12f/<, 1902)
  • Alternator, Two-phase Inductor, Brush Com¬pany, Limited (ix., xi., Supplement, December \2tk, 1902)
  • Anemometers, Pressure, Priz-s for, Offered by German Government, (61)
  • Association, Papers read at the Municipal, on Steam Turbines, on the Type of Engines for Large Generating Stations, and on Earthing, 53
  • Battery, Bells, and Wire, for Enabling Police to Check Speed of Auto-cars, East Sussex, (162)
  • Canary Islands, Petroleum and Coal Imports, (61)
  • Canyon Ferry, 50,000-Volt Transmission Plant, 255
  • Cauveri Falls, Power Transmission, 114 Combination, a Garman, 592
  • Commutator Grinder (Supplement, December 12tk, 1902, xiii.)
  • Conductivity of Air, R.cent Experiments on the, (137)
  • Conductivity of Aluminium Alloys, as Affected by London Atmosphere, Prof. E. Wilson, on, 301
  • Coral Fishing in Sardinian Waters, (61)
  • Crane, Ransomes and Rapier, 83
  • Current Price of, in Grimsby, Reduced to Private Consumers, (162)
  • Device for Cutting Steel, (162)
  • Discharge, Mechanical Phenomena of the, M. I. Semonow, (185)
  • Drill, Portable, O. Berend and Co., Limited, 184
  • Drills at the Quarry of the Aken American Portland Cement Works, (137)
  • Dynamo Design, Specific Utilisation of Materials in. Prof. S. P. Thompson on, 301
  • Electrolysis, Mr. A. Larsen on the Means of Diminishing, (496)
  • Electrolysis of Iron Pipes in Boston, Double¬trolley System Advocated for the Electric Railways, (211)
  • Electroscopes, Distance at which they can be Discharged by Candle Flames, (111)
  • Electro-technical Apparatus and Machines in Russia, Demand for, (257)
  • Energy, Westinghouse Integrating Wattmeter for Measuring; Approved by Board of Trade, (355)
  • Engineering Supplement, i.-xvi., December \2lh, 1902
  • Equipment of a Mine Shaft, U.S.A., (338)
  • Ferranti, Limited, Multiphase Alternator and Engine, 524
  • Fire Pump Used in Rouen, (565)
  • Generating Plant at Niagara, New, 136
  • Plant, Wolverhampton Exhibition, 116
  • Station, Projected for Kwala Lumper. Seianger Straits Settle¬ment, (162)
  • and Supply Stations, Yoker and Hamilton, on the Clyde, British Westinghouse Company, (372)
  • Generators, Double Current, and their Applica¬tion, Mr. Ruthven-Murray on, 27
  • Generators, 800-Kilowatt, Crompton and Co., Limited, 120
  • Goliath Crane (vi., ix , Supplement, December 12z/<)
  • Hawaiian Islands, Exports from, (61)
  • Heating, for the Versailles Electric Railway Carriages, (372)
  • High-tension Continuous-current Systems, Mr. A. S. Barnard on, 28
  • High-tension Appliances (xiii, Supplement, December \2th)
  • House at St. Maurice, 461, 464
  • Interlocking System, U.S.A., (622)
  • Inventions in Germany, Patents Taken Out or, (61)
  • Lamp Bracket for Works, F. Wall work and Co., 57
  • Liusanne Receiving Station, 516, 518
  • Letter Stamping Machines, The Columbia, Ordered by the General Post-office Authori¬ties, (317)
  • Mechanical Stoker, The Hodgkinson, at the Liverpool Electric Supply Stations, 598 Method of Di (covering Metallic Veins Under¬ground, (162)
  • Mine Firing Apparatus (i., iii., Supplement, December \2th)
  • Motor Construction (xiv., Supplement, December
  • Niagara Falls Power Company, Power House No. 2, (485)
  • Niagara Falls Power Installations, (469), (485), (565)
  • Nitrate Works in Chili, 1901, (61)
  • Omnibuses, (43)
  • Paralleling of Alternating-current Gcnerattra, 196
  • Patents Taken out in Germany for Electrical Inventions, 1900, (61)
  • Petroleum and Coal Imports into the Canary Islands, (61)
  • Picture Telegraph, American Patent, (43)
  • Pile Driver, Mr. J. Garvie, 261
  • Pile Driver and Derrick, Chicago, (35)
  • Ploughs Imported into Uruguay, (61)
  • Postal Service for Rome, Projected, (280)
  • Potentiometer, The Crompton (xiii., Supple¬ment, December 12(A)
  • Potentiometer, Mr. J. W. Peck on the, (554)
  • Power, Application of, for the Iron and Steel Industries, Mr. Selby-Bigge, 252 Generation, Steam Turbines lor, Mr. S. E. Fedden on, (257)
  • Installation, Vancouver Co.’s, (162)
  • at Linwood Paper Mills, 58, 59
  • in Locomotive Shops, by an American (196)
  • Plant, 194, 218
  • Burnley, (328)
  • Canadian, 143, (257)
  • Philadelphia Company’s Plans, (85)
  • Pulverised Fuel for, (519)
  • in Steel Works, Herr F. Kylberg on, 252
  • Susquehanna River, Proposed, (162)
  • Station, Birmingham University, de Laval Steam Turbine. (614)
  • Station, New, Ipswich, (162)
  • Station, New, Niagara Gorge, (469), (485), (565)
  • Stations, Newcastle, Mr. W. D. Hur ter and Mr. W. B. Woodhouse on, 106 Supply, San Francisco, (85) Trammission, Cauveri Falls, 114
  • to the Interior of Mines, Mr. T. L. Galloway on, (539)
  • Lines in Peru, Probable Demand for, (11)
  • and Supply io Switzer¬land, 296, 297, 366, 370, 371, 409, 452, 461, 464, 516, 518 Pamp, Three-throw, 117
  • Pumping Plant for Sydney, Messrs. Mather and Platt (xvi., Supplement, December 12M) Pumps, Frank Pearn and Co., Limited, 375, 377
  • Quantity, A New Unit of, Described by Mr. A. H. Cowles, (372)
  • Rice Mill, Siam, (61)
  • Rubber Grinding Machines (xii., Supplement, December 12M)
  • Signal Cabin at Crewe, 548, 550
  • Signal Service Men in the United States Army, Serious Lack of Electricians, (395)
  • Stations, Gas Engines for (iv., Supplement, December \2th) ' > IP
  • Steam Turbine Unit for Electric Generating Purposes, The Largest Claimed by Americans, Storage Battery, Mr. Elison’s New, Five Motor Cars to Test it, (589)
  • Supply, Calcutta, Multipolar Generators, 120
  • Hastings, 610
  • Henley, Overhead Wires Sanctioned by Board of Trade, (162)
  • Undertakings in the United Kingdom, Board of Trade Returns, (303)
  • Switches, 593
  • Switzerland, Electric Power and Transmission Supply in, 296, 366, 370, 409, 452, 461, 464, 516, 518
  • Tidal Indicator for Passing Ships at Cuxhaven, (61)
  • Traction <•. Steam, 110, 218, 265
  • Trade Prospects, 558
  • Tramways (see also Tramways), 569
  • Transformers The Largest Manufactured, (328)
  • Typewriter, (443)
  • Undertakings, 473
  • Undertakings, Oppcsition to, 294
  • Undertakings, The Purchase of, 596
  • Uruguay, Ploughs Imported Last Year into, (61)
  • Valve, A New, Invented by M. Nodon, (303)
  • Water Power Plant, including a Tunnel, Idaho on the Snake River, (185)
  • Water Power Plant (32.000 K lowatts), Sault St. Marie, Michigan, (544)
  • Westinghouse Works, New, U.S.A., 550 Works, British Westinghouse Company’s, (505)

Electric Engineering- Supplement, December 12th, 1902:

  • Introduction, Commutator Grinder, Messrs. Ferranti L'mited, XL, xiii.
  • Crompton Potentiometer, xiii.
  • Design of Continuous - current Generators (Illustrated), viii.
  • Electric Goliath Crane (Illustrated), vl, ix.
  • Electric Tram Trucks, ix.
  • Electric Tramway Motor, The Brush Standard, xiii.
  • Gas Engines for Electric Stations, by G. H. Baillie (Illustrated), iv.
  • High-tension Appliances, Messrs. Ferranti Limited, xiii.
  • Horndean Light Railways (Illustrated), iii., viii.
  • I/verpool Overhead Railway (Illustrated) ii., iii., vii.
  • Motor Construction. Messrs. Siemens Brothers and Co. Limited (Illustrated), xiv., xv.
  • Plant for Testing Cables at High Pressures, by Stuart A. Russell, ix.
  • Present Position and Prospects of Electrical Engineering, i., ii.
  • Pumping Plant for Sydney, Messrs. Mather and Platt, Limited (Illustrated), xvi.
  • Rubber Grinding Machines, Messrs. Dick, Kerr and Co., xi, xii.
  • Submarine Mines (Illustrated), ii., iii.
  • Three-phase Alternator, Messrs. Johnson and Phillips (Illustrated), xvi.
  • Tramcar Controllers, Messrs. Dick, Kerr and Co., x.
  • Two-pbase Inductor Alternator, Brush Elec¬trical Engineering Company, ix., xi.

Electric Light:

  • Clock Dials, Illuminating with, Sir W. H. Bailey’s Method, (315), (552)
  • Cost of, Westbourne-terrace, Substitution of, by Incandescent Borners, (443)
  • Elect on tbe Eyes Lass Injurious than other Forms of Artificial Light, (303)
  • Flashing L:ghthouse Light, Mr. J. R. Wig¬ham’s, (302)
  • Gyrometers. Electrical-lighted, (552)
  • Hastings, (614)
  • Llanelly, New Dock, (316)
  • Peru, Demand for, 11
  • New York, (111)
  • Port Elizabeth, (496) and Power Station, Newcastle and District, Mr. W. D. Hunter on, 106
  • and Power throughout Chatham Dockyard. (137)
  • Rsvolving Light, Dunkirk, (233)
  • Russia, Revision of the Tariff Doties in Installing, (302)
  • Salford Lighting Plant, 595
  • Series Incandescent Lighting at 500
  • Volts and the Board of Trade Regulations, (35)
  • Switzerland, Water Power, 595
  • Sydney, New South Wales, Central Station, 123
  • Tien-Tsin, (61)

Electricity:

  • Decomposition of Water by, Messrs. D. L. Chapham’s and F. A. Lidbury’s Experiments, (519)
  • Effect of, on Plant Life, Mr. V. G. Heber’s Experiments on, (614)
  • Leotore3 on, at the Chelmsford Works, 354
  • and Legislation, 60
  • Measured and Accounted for, and Number of Consumers, Manchester, (85)
  • Moving Platforms Operated by, for Brooklyn Bridge, (61)
  • Peru, Demand for, (11)
  • Railway Signalling by, 501
  • Supply in the City, Mr. A. A. Voysey on the Progress in, (85)
  • Supply Undertakings in the United Kingdom, Board of Trade Returns, (303)
  • Transmitted 173 Miles over Aluminium Wires, California, (395)
  • Use of, in Russia, for Distribution of Motive Power, (257)
  • Water Power for Generating, called in Italy “ White Coal,” (85)
  • Water Power for Generation of, in Russia, (257)
  • ELMORE Plant for the Concentration of Ores by Oil, 216
  • Emigrants, Prospects of, 19
  • Engineer, The (from the Spectator), J. H. K. Adkin, 65

Engineering:

  • Eitbetics, 477, 500, 550
  • as a Profession, 236, 311
  • Canada and the United States, Prof. Goodman on,(104)
  • Discussions, 446
  • Electrical, Some Limits in Heavy, Mr. Swin¬burne’s Address, 564
  • Experimental Naval, United States, 546
  • Massachusetts Institute, Boston, Degree of Dr. of Engineering to be Conferred by, (614)
  • Price, Mr. John, On Civic Engineering Progress. (4)
  • Schemes on Foot at La Rochollo, Important, (35)
  • Smart Piece of, (442)
  • Standards Committee, The, 592, 593
  • Supplement, Eleotric—see Electric Engineering Supplement Trades, The Garman Metallurgical and, 422
  • Trade and Technical Eduoation, 117
  • Works, Irlam, Royles, Limited, 16, 17
  • Workshops, Design and Construction of Modern, Mr. J. H. Humphreys, 575

Engineers:

  • Branch of the Navy, Lieut. Carlyon Bellairs, 437
  • Commercial, 422
  • Deoline of British, 241, 285
  • Education and Training of, Prof. Perry, 302, 313, 335, (527)
  • Evening Classes for Young, at Derby Technical College, (143)
  • Health of, 391
  • Navy, 144, 311
  • South Africa from the Point of View of an, 64, 93, 247, 276, 293, 319, 341, 415, 535, 557, 579, 605
  • Training of, at an American University, by F. Fayant, 466, 468, 470

Engines:

  • Balanced High speed Steam, Bever, Borling and Co., Limited, 116
  • Blast, for the Barrow Hematite Steel Company, (443)
  • Butler's Compound Gas, Clarke, Chapman and Co., 571, 572
  • Compound Road Locomotive, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 502
  • Demand for, in British Columbian Mining Camps, (519)
  • Diesel Oil, II. Ade Clark, (585)
  • Economy, Some Recent Experiments in, Pro¬fessor R. L. Weighton on, (139), 147
  • Fire and Pumping, Compound, Merryweather and Sons, 571
  • Fitted with Trip Valve Gear, Speed of, 208
  • Gas, for Electric Stations (iv., Supplement, December 12M)
  • Explosions of, Mr. H. E. Wimperis on, 354
  • 500 Horse-power Horizontal Tandem, The Premier Gas Engine Company, Limited, 109
  • for Generating Stations, 37, 68, 88
  • Heat Balance in, 354, 376, 404, 425, 412, (465)
  • Recent Progress in Large, Mr. H. A. Humphrey, 277
  • Romarkable Installation of, in Philadelphia, (257)
  • The Stcckport, for Direct-coupling to a Dynamo, J. E. H. Andrew and Co., Limited, 315
  • Three cylinder Compound, Clarke, Chap¬man and Co., Mr. Butler’s Patent, 571, 572
  • 200 Brake Horse-power, of the Double-¬cylinder Type, J. E, H. Andrew and Co., Limited, (97)
  • Using Blast Furnace, First Example of, in the United States, (211)
  • Glasgow Tramway Traction (Supplement, Decem¬ber 5th, 1902), 306, 333, 536
  • Goodfellow, High-speed, 499
  • Hauling, Clayton and Shuttlewortb, 502
  • Heat Balance in the Gas, 351, 376, 404, 4'25, 442. (465), 497
  • Internal Combustion, for Motor Cars, Mr. F. G. Heseldin on, (511)
  • Locomotive—see Railways, Locomotives
  • —Oil, Diesel, 191
  • Oil, Diirr, Portable, 193
  • ” Oil, Girder Type, Campbell Gas Engine Com¬pany, 262
  • Oil, Increasing Demand for in Palestine for Irrigation Purposes,(61)
  • Oscillating Paddle, 46
  • Paddle Steamer, Lady Tyler’s, R. and W. Hawthorne, 272, 273
  • Petrol, Complete Combustion Rarely Attained in Cylinders of M. Sorel’s Experiments, (589)
  • Petrol, for Tramways, 68
  • Pumping, Trent Valley Pumping Station, 295
  • Reheaters, 139, 194, 241
  • Relays and Governors, by Arthur Rigg, 364
  • Scale Prevention and Steam Jackets, 241
  • Semi-portable Compound, and Boiler with Superheater Attached, (111)
  • Steam, for Generating Stations, 37, 68
  • Steering, Harrison Engine Company, Limited, (358)
  • Stokers, Automatic, 14
  • Superheated Steam in a 4500 horse-power Engine in the Lincoln Power Station, Boston,
  • Tandem Compound Condensing Pumping, Haniel and Lueg, 202, 203
  • Traction, Call for in South Africa, (614)
  • Traction, in the United States, (454)
  • Tramway Traction, Glasgow, 596
  • Twin Tandem Compound Condensing Winding, Düsseldorf Exhibition, Gutehoffaungsbütte Oberhausen, 154, 155
  • Vertical Cross Compound (4500 Horse-power Use of Superheated Steam in a, (233)
  • Wind, for Pumping Purposes, (285)
  • Winding, for the Harpen Mining Company, Prince Rudolph Ironworks Company, Dusseldorf Exhibition, 176
  • ENGLISH and American Machinery, 144
  • English Methods, 477
  • European Customs Tariffs, 236
  • Earopsan Mails to Japan, Russian Ambassador's Proposal as to the Route, (469)
  • Exports, Increased, 569

Exhibitions:

  • Automobile Club of France, (443)
  • Automobiles at Hamburg International, (85)
  • Cape Town, British and Colonial, at, (61), (211)
  • Cork International, (372)
  • Cycle Shows, the Stanley and the National, 518
  • Duiseldorf, Mining at, 75, 154, 176, 202, 271, (395); Iron and Steel Institute at, 170, 225 250, 252, 313
  • Engineering, Machinery, Hardware, and Allied Trades, Crystal Palace International, (360)
  • Fire, Forthcoming International, (372)
  • Glasgow, Surplus Revenue from, (443), (544)
  • International Tramways and Light Railways, 7
  • Japanese Industrial, The Fifth, (589)
  • Sanitary Science, Manchester, (267)
  • Wolverhampton, Boiler Feed Pumps, 7; Close, (372); Entrance Gates, 94 ; Financial Loss, (469); Generating Plant. 116; Machinery (454); Visitors to, (233), (280)

Explosives:

  • Fuse Time, for Armour-piercing Projectiles General Crozier's Invention, (211)
  • Gunpowder, Black, The Oldest of all Explosives, (589)
  • Gunpowder, A New, 501
  • Smokeless Powder, (589)
  • Torpedo, The New, 616

F

  • FAIRBANKS Company’s Table for Converting American Dollars into English Pounds, (211)
  • Fan, Mine Ventilating, 145
  • Faraday Club, The, (526)
  • Faviell, Mr. W. F., (35)
  • Fell, John Barraclougb, 394
  • Ferro-concrete Construction, Hennebique System, (355)
  • File-cutting Industry, The, 375
  • Files, Sand Blast Sharpened, 256
  • Fires—tee Accidents
  • Fira Engine, Floating, for the Manchester Ship Canal and Docks, 171
  • Fire Ladder, Telescopic, 81, 82
  • Fire, Protection of Buildings from, Mr. G. Pringle on, (540)
  • Fleming, Mr. Tho.»., (527)
  • Fog Signalling, 153
  • Fog Signals, Coast, 18, 69, 95
  • Foot-plates of Locomotives, On the, 373
  • Force of the Sea, 549
  • Formosa, South, Irrigation Insufficient, (11)
  • Fothergill Prize, The, (15)
  • Flying Machine, Prof. Graham Bell’s, (355)
  • France, Import and Export Returns, (280)
  • Free Trade and Protection, 68
  • Free Zones Advocated in France, Creation of, (519)
  • French General Imports and Exports, Value of, 1901-1902, (519)
  • French Naval Manccuvres, 179
  • Froude Water Dynamometer, The, (7)—tee also page 616, Vol. xciii.
  • Fuel Briquettes in Germany, Manufactories of, (420)
  • Furnaces, Blast, Designing and Equipment of, by Jno. L. Stevenson (Supplement, October MM, 1902), 218, 321, 347,386, 474
  • Blast, in Great Britain, (420)
  • Blast, Scotch, Dimensions and Output, (280)
  • in Blast in United States, Statistics, (211)
  • Blast—see also Blast Furnaces
  • for Laboratories, Electric Resistance Magnesia Crucible, Mr. H. M. Howe on,(35)
  • Mr. J. T. Sbadforth’s Patent, (22)
  • The Talbot Open-hearth, (565)
  • Furness, Sir Christopher, on Industrial Part¬nership, 65

G

  • GARDEN Cities, 163, 218, 241, 285

Gas:

  • Acetylene Generators, Construction of, 449
  • Acetylene, for Lightingthe S:. Lawrence Route, (589)
  • Acetylene, Mixed with Oxygen, Favourable Results in Signalling with, (420)
  • Burnt, Given Off by One Ton of Coal in Coking, (328)
  • Department, Manchester City Council, Coal Contracts Made by, (61)
  • Ether Air, 239
  • Incandescent Mantles, Construction of, G. Buhlmann’s Patent, 263
  • Lighting, Future of, Prof. V. B. Lewes on, (589)
  • Mond, as a Motive Power, Messrs. Cochrane and Co.’s Works, (233)
  • Mond, Plant at Farnley, 494
  • Natural, in England, 312, (426)
  • Natural, United States Production of, in 1901, (355), (420)
  • Oxygen-Acetylene Burner, M. Fouche’s, (35)
  • Theory of the Incandescent Burner, 239
  • Wasted per Day in American Cities, (395)
  • Wood, Mexico, (35)
  • Works Extension, Wigan, (262)
  • GATES and Lamp Standard, Wolverhampton Exhibition, 94
  • German Customs Dues on Machinery Increased, 131
  • General Foreign Trade from January to End of October, 1902, (544)
  • Industrial Conditions, Some, 518
  • Tariff, The New, 610
  • Technical Lexicon, Progress of the, (303)
  • Trade Crisis, 498
  • Germany, Imports and Exports, (211)
  • Germany’s South African Trade, 45
  • Gibson, Mr. David, (571) Gillman, Mr. Henry, (576)
  • Gilpin, Mr. Bernard, (428)
  • Girders, Support of the Ends of Croes, 609
  • Glaciers, Boring Through, (233)
  • Glasgow, The Art Galleries, (308)
  • Glasgow's Main Drainage and Sewage Operations, 324, (519)
  • Glass Colouring by Penetration, A French Method of, (§5)
  • Glazed Brick-making Machine, Messrs. Pullan and Mann, 66
  • Gloucester Refuse Destructor, Opening Ceremony, (345)
  • Gold Exploitation in Corea, (162)
  • Gold Production of New South Wales, (589)
  • Gold Yield of Victoria, (185)
  • Goliath Crane, Stothert and Pitt, 286
  • Government Laboratory, Work of the, (241)
  • Graphite in America, Manufacture of Artificial, (187)
  • Graphite, Crystalline, United States Production of. (187)
  • Grinding Machines, Heavy, 425, 426
  • Gun Trade and Education, The, 237

H

  • HAGUE, Mr. Ernest, (570)
  • Hamilton, Mr. Robert, (532)
  • Hammer, The Massev Pneumatic Power, 24C— tee also page 298, Vol. xciii.

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Avod, Navigation of the, (574)
  • Bayonne, Improvement of the Port, (11)
  • Boulogne, Breakwater in the Port of, (162)
  • Bremen, Project of Construction, Large Har¬bour and Canal Accommodation, (185)
  • Canals—see Canals
  • Capetown Harbour, Plan of, 276
  • Clyde, Improvement of the, 423, (469), 473
  • Clyde, The River. (614)
  • Copenhagen, Oil Tanks in the Free Harbour of, (619)
  • Cronstadt, Twenty Steel Lighters for, (364)
  • CaxbaveD, Leased by the Hamburg-American Packet Company, (11)
  • Emden Harbour, New Sea Lock, (303)
  • France, Free Ports in, (372)
  • French Ports, Works to be Carried out in, (162)
  • Germany, Map of the Waterways of, 129
  • Hakodate, (280)
  • Hull, the River, (614)
  • Hartlepool, Deepening and Widening the Channel, (406)
  • Heysham, 67
  • Improvements at Port Colborne, C tnada, (46)
  • Japan, Muroran and Hakodate, (280)
  • Leipzig with the Elbe, Project for Connecting, (280)
  • L’anelly, (602)
  • Madras Harbour Improvements, (589)
  • Manila Harbour, Improvement of, (185)
  • Mersey Bar and Channels of Approach to Liverpool, 45
  • Mexican, 238
  • Muroran, Japan, (280)
  • Nagasaki, (280)
  • Naples Harbour Works, Progress of, (211)
  • Newcastle Quay Extension, (328)
  • Nice Harbour Extension, (35)
  • Para Harbour Improvements, (519)
  • Peterhead, 394
  • Poit of London and the Thames, 125, 153, 186 ,
  • St. Petersburg, Inadequacy of the Port, (257)
  • Southampton Harbour, Cost of Deepaning, „ (372)
  • Southampton Water, Proposed Deepening of, (443)
  • Southampton Water Works, (589)
  • Table Bay Harbour, 275
  • Tehuantepec, 238
  • Thames, Deepening the Channel, (469)
  • Thames, Dr. Warre’s Motion respecting the Non-tidal Portion of, (544)
  • Thames, near Gravesend, Scheme for Dam and Locks across the, (544)
  • Troon, The Ayrshire Port of, (541)
  • Vera Cruz, (85)
  • Zululand Coast, Mr. Cathcart Methven on Pos¬sible Ports on, (519)
  • HEAT Balance in the Gas Engine, 354, 376, 404, 425, 442, 465, 497
  • Heat Evolved or Absorbed when a Liquid is Brought in Contact with a Solid, Mr. G. J. Parks, (48)
  • Heating Buildings with Exhaust Steam, (519)
  • Hennebique System of Ferro-concrete Construction, (355)
  • Hickman, Mr. A. W., (220), (233)
  • Hood, Mr. Archibald, 417
  • Horses in New York, Decrease in the Number, (372)
  • Hydraulic Engineer, Cape Town, (477)
  • Hydrographical Surveys, Recent, 145
  • Hysteresis Tester, The Standards in Ewing’s, 194

I

  • ICE in New York, Output of Manufactured, (11)
  • Ilges, Herr, His Apparatus for Producing Fine Spirit without Re-distillation, (162)
  • Impact and Fatigue in Railway Bridges, by J. Graham, 465
  • Tmray, Mr. John, 417
  • India-rubber Culture in Hawaii, (35)
  • Induced Air Current, 549
  • Industrial Partnership, Sir C. Furness on, 65

Institute and Club, Aeronautical:

  • Airship Disasters and the Factor of Safety, Mr. O. C. Field, 501
  • Monthly Meetings, (288), (367)
  • More Punctuality in the Time of its Meetings Desirable, (144)
  • Papers Read on July 4tb by Mr. C. Zimmermann and Mr. Alex. Adams, (48)
  • Parachute with Flapping Wings, Mr. P. L. Senecal, 367

Institute of Engineers, Dundee:

  • Engineering Workshops, Experimental Re¬search in, Prof. J. T. Nicolson, 547

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Electrical Plant in Steel Works, Herr F. Kylberg, 252
  • Electric Power, Application of, for the Iron and Steel Industries, Mr. Sslby-Bigge, 252
  • I Iron and Steel at the Diisseldorf Exhibition, Prof. H. Wedding, 250, 313
  • Meeting at Diisreldorf, Cook’s Arrangements for, (122)
  • Pig Iron in Germany since 1880, Progress and Manufacture of, Herr W. Brugmann, 250, 265
  • Programme for the DiiMeldorf Meeting, 170, 225
  • Saar and Luxemburg Excursions, 346
  • Steel Annealing of Low Carbon, Mild, Herr E. j Heyn, 250
  • Steel, Compression of, by Wire-drawing during Solidi6cation in the Ingot Mould, Mons. A. Harmit, 251
  • Steel Works Practice in Germany since 1880, Progress in, Herr R. M. Daelen, 250, 621

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Conversazione and Ball, (502)
  • Date of Meeting and Subject to be Discussed, (303)

Institute of Mining;, Civil, and Me¬chanical Engineers, The Midland:

  • Annual Gathering, (469)

Institute, The Northampton:

  • Syllabus of, (257)
  • Institute,North Staffordshire Mining:
  • English Mining and Mining Engineering, Mr. A. M. Henshaw, (405)

Institute, The Sanitary:

  • Preliminary Programme of the Nineteenth Congress, 67, (211)
  • Sessional Meeting, Discussion on Drain Testing, (496)

Institute, Staffordshire Iron and Steel:

  • navgural Address, Describing the Splendid Machinery in Some of the Leading Works in Germany. ‘ ‘ Does it Pay ? ’’ (399)

Institution of Civil Engineers:

  • Awards, (375)
  • Birmingham Association of Students, Visit to Paris, 123
  • Electric Tramways, C. Hopkinson, 503
  • Gathering at Capetown, 306
  • High-speed Electrical Generating Plant, T. H. Minshall, 584
  • Jennings, Mr. Jas., Death of, (268)
  • List of Successful Candidates in the October Examination, 501
  • Presidential Address of Mr. J. C. Hawkshaw, 451
  • Student’s Meeting, Erection of Steel Bridges, Sheffield Extension of the London and North- Western Railway, Mr. A. Reynolds, 584

Institution of Electrical Engineers:

  • Appointment of Mr. Tatlow as Mr. F. Gill’s Successor, (89)
  • Conversazione, Annual Dinner and, (15), (593)
  • Inaugural Address by Mr. Swinburne, (515), 547, 564

Institution of Engineer’s and Ship¬builders, N.E. Coast:

  • Gold Medal Awarded to Mr. D. B. Morison, (544)

Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders in Scotland:

  • First General Meeting, 452
  • Steam Torbines, with Special Reference to the De Laval Type of Turbine, Mr. K. Anderson, 540, 542

Institution of Junior Engineers:

  • Automatic Railway Coupling, A New, Mr. A. T. Swaine, 622
  • Opening of the Summer Meeting, Programme of Visits and Excursions, 107
  • Planimeter, The, Mr. W. J. Tennant, 622
  • Visit to the American Exhibition, Crystal Palace, (42)
  • Visit to the Headquartsrs of the Electrical Engineers, R.E., (451)
  • Visit to the London Bridge Widening Works, 426

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Autumn Session, First Meeting, 390
  • Cylindrical Steam-distributing Valves to Loco¬motives, Application of, Mr. Walter M. Smith
  • Electric Light and Power Station, Newcastle and District, Mr. W. D. Hunter, 106
  • Electric Supply Power Station at Neptune Bank, Newcastle, Mr. W. B. Woodhouse, 106
  • Excursions, 132, 158
  • Graduates’ Association:—
  • Opaning Meeting of. Construction, Lighting, and Ventilation of Cotton Mills, Mr. F. Wilkinson, 571
  • Notes on the Locomotive, by Mr. Jas. Mac- gregor, (168)
  • Liquid Fuel for Steamships, Mr. Edwin L. O.-de, 104, 140
  • Mechanical Appliances in Mines, Mr, R. H. Wainford, 158
  • Oil Motor Cars of 1902, Capt. C. C. Longridge, 390, 402, 403, 427, 436, 453, (476), 478, 503, ,515
  • Pumping Plant for Condensing Water, Mr. C. Hopkinson, 106
  • Steam Engine Economy, Some Experiments on, Prof. R. L. Weighton, 147
  • Summer Meeting, Outline Programme, 60

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:

  • Ore in Sight, Mr. J. D. Kendall, 339
  • Programme of Twelfth Session, Awards, (222)

Institution of Naval Architects:

  • Annual Meeting, the Next, (515)
  • Martell Scholarship in Naval Architecture Awarded to Mr. L. Woollard, (211)
  • INTERMEDIATE3, Ships that are Battle¬ships or Cruisers, according to the Needs i of the Moment, 88
  • Ireland, Rainfall of, and Water Power of, 278

Iron:

  • Amount of Copper that can be Alloyed with, ' when Carbon is Present iD, (35)
  • Austrian and Hungarian “Cartel,” (519)
  • Belgian, for Beirut, (61)
  • Belgian Output, (151)
  • Carbon in, How it Affects the Amount of Copper that can be Alloyed with it, (35)
  • Cleveland, Exports of, Pig, September, October, (455)
  • Corner, Pig, (3/6), 425
  • Direct Extraction of, from the Ore, Mons. Hernoult’s Process for, (111)
  • Foundries, Consolidation of American Malleable, (233)
  • German Exports, 159
  • German, Export Bounties cn, 546
  • German Exports to Russia, (185)
  • Japan's White Elephant, The lronfoundry at Wakamatsn, 528
  • Manganese, South Russia, (185)
  • Mesabi, United States, (519)
  • Middlesbrough, Exports to America of Pig, (85)
  • Minnesota Mines, Nationality of the Men Employed, (420)
  • Oro Deposits in New South Wales, Varieties of, in the Irkutsk District, Discovery of, (185)
  • Output, Lake Superior, (137)
  • Production, 1901, (61)
  • in South Wales, The Most Extensive Deposit of, (185)
  • Pig, 307, (395)
  • Canadian, (451)
  • Corner in, (376), 404
  • Germany, Output, (150), (151)
  • in Germany, Progress of, Herr W. Brug¬mann on, 250, 265
  • Make of, in tbe First Half of 1902, 1901, and 1900, (420)
  • New South Wales, (137)
  • Price of, Mr. Waterhouse’s Official Return, (531)
  • Rings, 20ft. Diameter, Weight 8 Tons each, from Düsseldorf, (496)
  • Russia, Production of Raw, (328)
  • Russia, South, Production of, (614)
  • Russian Trade, Crisis in the, (482)
  • Scotland, Firms, Works, &c., Employed in the Manufacture of Malleable, (280)
  • Silicon Lost by, in Passing through a Cupola, (35)
  • Sold to tbe United States, (71)
  • Spain, Ore Deposit at Almobaja, (565)
  • and Steel Manufacture, Great Opening at Urichow, for Articles of, (111)
  • and Steel. Manufacture in India, (151)
  • Sweden, Vadsii, Great Veins of, (211) Syndicate, Russian, (469)
  • Trade, Combination in the, 65, (241)
  • Trust, Reported Russian, 524
  • United States in First Half of 1901, 1902, (211)
  • United States, Weekly Output, (35)
  • Uniting Ordinary Cast, (372)
  • Works, Coatbam, Reconstruct by Meisrs. Walker, Maynard and Co., (289)
  • Works, Estimate, 474
  • Works, Past and Present, Carron and other, Falkirk, 438
  • IRRAWADDY, Abnormal Rise of the, (185)
  • Irrigation of South Africa, 114
  • Irrigation System in Colorado, (622)

J

  • JAPAN, Imports into, by Way of Nagasaki, 347 ; and Preponderance of British Manufac¬tures and Metals, (355)
  • Japan, Kobe, 1901, Total Trade of, (519)
  • Japan’s Metallic Resources, (519)
  • Japan’s White Elephant, 528
  • Japan, Writing and Drawing with Both Hands, (328)
  • Jennings, Mr. Jas , (268)
  • Joining Timber, (460)

K

  • KEW Bridge, New, 300, 301
  • Kimberley Mines, Black Labour in, 535, 539
  • Krupp Family, The (with Portrait of Alfred Krupp), 541
  • Krupp, Herr Frederick Alfred, 514
  • KrupPg W°rk8’ ^““berof Persons Employed in,

L

  • LABELS for Luggage, Mr. Cros’ Grotesque, (162)
  • Laboratory, A Commercial, America, 196

Labour Questions, Strikes, and Trade Disputes:

  • Board of Trade Memorandum for the Labour (Jasetle, (280)
  • British Steel Makers’ Society, Stop Week agreed upon in December and Three next Months, (600)
  • Coalowners’ Association, Meeting Results in a Truce, (506)
  • Coalowners and the South Wales Miners’ Federation, 91, 118, 145
  • Colliery Disputes, Denaby and Cadeby, (315); Wynnstay, North Wales, (456)
  • Colville and Sons, Messrs., Sheriff Davidson’s Award in the Case of, (150)
  • Commission, Labour, Mr. A. Moseley’s, 370
  • Compulsory Arbitration in Labour Disputes, Question of, at the Trades Union Congress, 259 6
  • Economical Production of Work, Suggestions Invited by Vickers, Sons and Maxim, (872)
  • Engineering Employers’ Federation, Provisional Agreement between the Amalgamated Society of Engineers and, (280)
  • Failure of Compulsory Arbitration, 14
  • Federated Workshops of the Premium Bonus System, Restrictions to the Working in. Removed, (280)
  • German Trade Crisis, 498
  • Government Dockyards, Petitions for Improved
  • Conditions of Work and Higher Wages, (303)
  • Industrial Arbitration in New Zealand, 188
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 331
  • Joiners in the Wear Shipyards, Wages Reduction, Umpire’s Award, (544)
  • Labour Commisssion, Mr. A. Moseley’s, 370
  • Labour Department of Board of Trade, Report on State of Employment in October, 496
  • Moor Works, Men Thrown out of Employment by Closing of, (355)
  • Moseley, Mr. Alfred, His Labour Commission, 370
  • New South Wales, Government Return showing Number of Persons Employed in Different Industries in, (454)
  • North-East Coast Shipbuilders and Wages Questions, (372) (381), (455). (505)
  • North and East Lancashire Statistics, (35)
  • Piece-work and the Premium System, 873
  • Piece-work Principle, Goods Station Work on the, at Cologne, (372)
  • Russian Workmen, Training of, 114
  • Scotch Miners, Wages Reduction, (303)
  • Sliding Scale, Ending of the, (22)
  • Sliding Scale, Sir W. T. Lewis and the, (406), (464)
  • Strike, Anthracite, New 'i ork, (431)
  • Anthracite Coal, in Pennsylvania, (61), (72)
  • Barry, (430)
  • in the Britannia Metal Trades, 141
  • Llanelly, (382) and Lock-outs in 1901, 256
  • and Lock-outs in Germany, 1901, (126)
  • Machinists on the UnionPacific Railway, (11)
  • Members of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, (85)
  • Miners’, The Staveley Coal and Iron Company’s Action, in consequence of, (211), (221)
  • Miners’, West Virginia, (263)
  • Mond Nickel Company, (280), (303), (316), (430)
  • Pit Lads’, 214
  • in the United States, The Coal, 351, (353), (360), (456)
  • Swansea Valley, Serious Troubles Threatened, (280)
  • Taff Vale Case, The, 615
  • Tin-plate Workers, American, Proposed Rebate £ in Wages, (233), (245); Reduction Accepted, (456)
  • Trade and Education, 114
  • Unions Called upon to Support Penrhyn Quarrymen, (420)
  • Union Case, an Important, 140
  • Union Litigation, more, 448
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited, and the Economical Production of Work, (372)
  • Wages of Employés of the United States Steel Corporation raised, (11)
  • War-office Scheme for Employing Time- expired Soldiers and Men, (565)
  • Westinghouse Company and the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, The Friction between the, (600)
  • Woolwich Arsenal, Workmen Discharged from, (•280)
  • LACKAWANNA Steel and Iron Company, Plant at Buffalo, (99)
  • Lackenbury Ironworks,Middlesbrough, Purchased by Sir C. Furness, (222)
  • Ladles, 16-Ton Slag, U.S.A., (46)
  • Lake Nyassa, Curious Point in Connection with, (162)
  • Lake Nyassa, Records of the Levels of, (185)
  • Lakes, Wind Effects upon, 250
  • Lamps, Safety, Ark’s, (211)
  • Lanarkshire, Blackband, (280)
  • Lince, Lieut. G. F., Book on the Formation of Miniature Rifle Clubs, (395)
  • Late Again, the American Contractor, (496), 499
  • Lathe and Boring Machines, Jas. Spencer and Co., 448, 449
  • Double Back-geared, Thos. Ryder and Son, 308
  • Friction Driven, 549
  • Tool-rcom, W. H. Astbury, 502
  • Launches and Trial Trips, (11), 48, 68, 99, 148, 198, 223, 244, 269, 317, 380,428, 404, 504, 530, 574, 624
  • Lead Pot and Heater for Use with Petroleum, Fletcher, Russell and Co.’s Patent, (337)

Leaders:

  • Admiralty Scheme, The, 567
  • American Shipping Enterprise, 38
  • Arbitration, Compulsory, 259
  • Atlantic Steam Shipping Trade, 329
  • Atoms, The Sizs of (Mr. II. O. Ridout’s Paper), 522
  • Automatic Stokers, 14
  • Boilers for the Navy, 38, 63
  • Boilers, A Point in the Design of, 282
  • Books and Students, 164
  • Canadian Railway Expansion, 306
  • Coal, President Roosevelt and, 397
  • Coal Strike in the United States, 351
  • Colonial Markets, 473 (see Too Good, 500)
  • Commercial Engineer, The, 422
  • Corrupt Works Management, 213
  • Cruisers, Mr. Watts’, 498
  • Discussion, some Aspects of a (Capt. Long- ridge’s Paper), 522
  • Electrical Trade Prospects, 568
  • Engineering Discussions, 446
  • Engineering as a Livelihood. 236
  • Engineering Standards Committee, The, 592
  • Engineering Trades, German Metallurgical and, 422
  • Engines for Generating Stations, 88
  • Failure of Compulsory Arbitration, 11
  • Finland’s Industries, 307
  • Fly-wheels, Heavy, 568
  • Foot-plate, On the, 373
  • French Navy, The, 471
  • French Ship Design, The Genius of, 259
  • French Submersibles, The, 397
  • Garden Cities, 163
  • German Boiler Industry, 446
  • Electrical Combination, 592
  • Iron, Export Bounties on, 546
  • Metallurgical and Engineering Trades, The, 422
  • Trade Crisis, 498
  • Glasgow Tramway Engines, 306
  • Guns, High Command of, 113
  • Heat Balance iD the Gas Engine, 497
  • Industrial Arbitration, 188
  • Institution of Civil Engineers in Cape Colony, 306
  • " Intermediates,” Ships that are either Battle¬ships or Cruisers, 88
  • Interpretation of Facte (the Screw Propeller Question), 305
  • Liquid Fuel for Steamships, 140
  • Liquid Fuel for Warships, 472
  • Locomotives for India, 187, 421
  • Locomotives, Single, 616
  • Locomotives, Suburban, 398
  • Motor Car Legislation, 281
  • Motor Car Problem, The, 374
  • Municipal Enterprise, 830
  • Naval Engineering, Experimental, 546
  • Naval Gunnery and its Improvement, 281, (353)
  • Permanent Way, Repair of, 214
  • Piece-work and the Premium System, 373
  • Port of London, 187
  • Preferentialism, its Scope and its Importance. 87
  • Premium System, The, 235
  • President R losevelt and Coal, 397
  • Progress Profits, 352
  • Railway Accidents in the United States, 13, 445
  • Railway Economy, 213
  • Railway Management, 591
  • Re-beaters, 139
  • Science of Business, Sir W. Preece on the, 521
  • South Africa from an Engineer's Point of View, 64
  • Steam Engines for Generating Staticns, 37
  • Steel, some Peculiarities of, 471
  • Submarine Warfare, 329
  • Suburban Traffic, 113
  • Taff Vale Case, 615
  • Tnrift in Design, 163
  • Torpedo, The New, 616
  • Trade Union Case, Important, 140
  • Trade of the United States, 260
  • Transport, 64
  • Wagon Question, The, 235
  • War Uses of Fast Merchantmen, The, 352
  • Warship Building in the United States, 545
  • Watts’ Cruisers, 498

Sub-Leaders:

  • American Enterprise in England, 15
  • Aniline Dyes and Technical Education, 65
  • Boilers, Navy, 140
  • Chemistry in Germany, 331
  • Clyde, Improvement of the, 423
  • Clyde and the New Cunarders, The, 353, 473
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Six Months', 15
  • Coal, 282
  • Coal Strike, The American, 375
  • Copper, 188, 261
  • Cunard Liners. The New, 353, 473, 592
  • Does it Pay ? 399
  • Electric Tramways, 569
  • Electrical Undertakings, 473
  • European Customs Tariffs, 236
  • Fight for a Principle, A, 140
  • Foreigners and the Russian Navy, 188
  • French Traffic and the Simplon, 417
  • Gun Trade and Education, The, 237
  • Increased Exports, 569
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, 547
  • Iron Trade, Combination in the, 65
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 331
  • Irrigation of South Africa, 114
  • Japanese Shipping Subsidies, 15
  • Late Again, The American Contractor, 499
  • Locomotives for India, 65
  • London Tube Railways, 65
  • Manchester School of Technology, 374
  • Mosely, Mr., His Scheme, 214
  • Motor Car for Military Purposes, The, 237
  • Municipal Trading, 89
  • Ordnance Factory Management, 114
  • Pig Iron, 307
  • Pit Lads' Strikes, 214
  • Railway across Canada, New, 522
  • Railway Companies and the Carriage of Petrol, The, 423
  • Railways in the East, 89
  • Ribble, The River, 65
  • Russian Workmen, Training of, 114
  • Steel ! What is, 282
  • Structural Strength of Torpedo-boat Destroyers, 164
  • Trade and Education, 114
  • Turbine Propulsion for Ships of Commerce, 164
  • Tube Schemes, Collapse of Rival, 399
  • Vanxhall Bridge, New, 522
  • Westward to the Orient, 569
  • LEES, T. R., Machine Tools, (47)

Legal Intelligence:

  • Attorney-General v. The Corporation of Bourne¬mouth. 89
  • Dublin United Tramways Company, Limited, Fitzgerald re Tramway Track Sanding, 562
  • Glamorgan Coal Company and others <•. The South Wales Miners’ Federation and others, 91,140, 145
  • Mining Prosecution Case at Aberdare, 172
  • Taff Vale Case, The, 615
  • LEICESTERSHIRE, Census for, (565)
  • Leicester Public Works, Loan and Debt, (544)
  • Levelling Staff, Direct Reducing, Mr. C. W. Herdman, 278

Letters to the Editor:

  • America for Draughtsmen, Ingenisro, 266
  • American Invasion, The, Crossley Bros., Limited, 619
  • Battleships, Defenceless, J. F. Crease, 311
  • Belleisle, H.M.S., and Steering Gear, J. J., 194
  • Boardite Railway Wheels, D., 501
  • Boilers for Locomotives, Fred. H. Cridland, 68
  • Boilers, Flash, John Johnston, 573; John S. V. Bickford. 585 ; David Smith, 585
  • Boiler for Steam Launch, Flash, B. C. and Co., 311
  • British Trade and American Methods, J. B., 500
  • Cables to the North, Subterranean, Writer of the Articles, 527
  • Channel Passenger Service, The, Jas. Casey, 285
  • Coals and Strikes, W., 425
  • Collinge Carriage Axle, Chas. T. Crowden, 500 ; Fifth Wheel, 477 ; R. B. P., 573
  • Cycles for South Africa, D. Leechman, 43
  • Decline of the British Engineer, S. A. H., 241, 285
  • Derailment of Trains, Bull Head, 241; John Riekie, 810; J. R. A. D., 527
  • Diesel Engine, H. Ade Clark, 585
  • Dinner to Mr. Brown, R. O. Wynne-Roberts, 442
  • Dust Destructors, Jas. B. Alliott, 285
  • Electric Omnibuses, R. E. Crompton, 43
  • Electric Power Plant, Motodrive, 194; Geo. T. Pardoe, 218
  • Electric Railways, Single-phase, Geipel and Lange, 573 ; J. W. Hall, 619
  • Electric <•. Steam Traction, Correspondent, 265
  • Electric r. Steam Traction, and Train Resist¬ance, United States Railways. 218
  • Engine, Two-cycle Internal Combustion, F. Lister, 527
  • Engineering .-Eithetics, M. Inst. Mecb. E., 500; J. Sinclair Fairfax, 477, 500 ; Sidney Wat¬son, 550
  • Engineering as a Profession, J. H. K., 311 Engineers in the Navy, Chas. Clarke, 144 English and American Machinery, C. T. Sutton, 144
  • English Methods, Geo. Peak and Co., Limited, John Kendal), 477
  • Force of the Sea. Frank Latham, 550
  • Free Trade and Protection, Cobdenite, 68
  • Friction Driving for Heavy Machine Tools, J. M. Barnay, 549
  • Funnels in Warships, Protection of, F. Strick¬land, 43
  • Garden Cities, J. E. Stevenson, 218, 285
  • Garden City Project, The, Evacustes A. Phip- son, 241
  • German v. English Steel, H. J. Skelton, 43
  • Glasgow Tramway Engines, B. J., 333
  • Gordon Bennett Motor Car Race, S. F. Edge, 93
  • Heat Balance in the Gas Engine, Geo. C. Cooper, 442, (465); B. T. U., 376, 425 ; D. H. D., 425; H. E. Wimperis, 354, 404
  • Heavy Cut, A, Dean, Smith and Grace, Limited, 144
  • Hydraulic Engineer, Cape Town, Jos. Newey, 477
  • Hysteresis Tester, Standards in Ewing’s, J. H. Ewing, 194
  • Induced Air Currents, C. A. 549
  • Industrial Association, The National, T. Nicol Jenkin, 619 j
  • Injection Water Pump3, Geo. Fletcher and Co. (pro C. T. Clackson), 43 j
  • Liqu’d Fuel for Warships, Edwin N. Henwood,
  • Liquid Fuel for Yachts, J. S. V. Bickford, 376 ; r Edwin N. Henwood, 476
  • Location of a Circular Curve, Luis Julio Blanco, r 241
  • Locomotives for Canada, W. B. Thompson, 477
  • Locomotives for India (for J. Birch and Co., Limited), J. W. Bennett, 285 ; Briton, 442 ; Locomotive Manufacturer, 311 ; Arthur M. Terry, 311
  • Locomotive Wheels, Crescent-shaped, Balances of, J. Parry, 619
  • L. and N.W.R. Co.’s Engine CbarleB Dickens, No. 955, 218
  • Malleable Castings, C. W., 501
  • Mineral Oil in Boilers, Perry F. Nursey, 194; Thos. Weir, 241 1
  • Motor Car Legislation, Alfred J. Allen, 310 ; J. S. V. Bickford, 310 ; R. E. Crompton, 477, 501, 527, 573 ; M. D., 333 ; Norman D. Mac¬donald, 501 573 ; P. M., 527 ; Peter Oil, 333 ; A. Terret, 527, 585
  • Monkey or Ram ? C. J. Appleby, 333 ; J. D., 311 ; Perry F. Nursey, 285, 333; S. J. P. Thearle, 311
  • Naval Engineers, Engineer, 311
  • Packing Machinery for Export, Beta, 68
  • Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks, Edw. Evans and Co., 266 ; Provincial Patent Agent, 425
  • Patents, International Protection of, Concerned, 403
  • Patent Law Amendment, J. W. G., 68
  • Perry, Professor, His Address, Beechwood, 527 ; R. E. Crompton, 585
  • Petrol Engines for Tramways, N. D. Mac¬donald, 68
  • Petroleum for Boilers, Thomas Weir, 241
  • Pig Iron Corner, Charging Bel), 425; W. H., 376 ; Midlands, 403
  • Propeller Efficiency, John Batey, 376
  • Rail Ring Tractor, Chas. T. Crowden, 442
  • Railway Accidents in the United States, H. B. Ferguson, 550 ; H. Raynar Wilson, 217
  • Railway Companies and Owners’ Risk, The, Ironfounder, 333
  • Re-beaters, American Engineer, 241 ; J. A. Ewing, 285; Albert Cnas. Pain, 241; John Riekie, 194, 241
  • Resistance of Immersed Bodies, C. C. Mason, 573
  • Scale Prevention and Steam Jackets, Beech¬wood, 241
  • Screw Propulsion, J. Batey, 476
  • Sowage Treatment, Natural and Artificial, Alf. S. Jones, 620
  • Soo Canal, The, S. S. M., 500
  • Steam, R. H. Martin, 43, 144 ; B. T. U., 93
  • Steam Engines for Generating Stations, S. Z. de Ferranti, 68
  • Steam Generator for Locomotive Service, C. H. Fox, 626
  • Steam Ploughirg in South Africa, Alexander Dalrymple, 93; Jas. Robinson, 144
  • Steamship Propulsion, Robt. Manse), 194
  • Steering Gear, Rudder, 144
  • Steering Gear, H.M.S. Belleisle and, J. J., 194
  • Subterranean Cables to the North, G. Nisbett, 500; G. Sutton, 500
  • Too Good, Geo. T. Pardoe, 500
  • Travel in Air, J. D. Fullerton, 93
  • United States Steel Trust, Ferro Caril, 310
  • University College in the University of London, Incorporation of, R9ay, Brassey, and Rich. Farrant, 477
  • Valve Diagram, Reuleanx, W. Keith Beard, 403
  • Valve Gear of Locomotive Engines, John Riekie, 68
  • Wagon Qaestion, The, J. D. Twinberrow, 266
  • Warning to Manufacturers, Patents. 311
  • Water Supply, Water Engineer, 442
  • Well Boring in South Africa, R. E. Crompton, 573
  • Wellington-street Viaduct, The, Ernest Bene¬dict, 527
  • Welsh Coal Contracts, Wm. Beal and Co., 573
  • Workshop Management, Pattern-shop, 68

Letters from our own Correspon¬dents:

  • America, Engineering Notes from, 46, 148, 170, 210, 2667338, 454, 621
  • America, Notes from, 22. 72, 99, 151, 199, 223, 245, 268, 291, 316, 361, 382, 406, 431, 456, 483, 532, 554, 576, 602
  • Australia, Notes from, 198, 288, 317, 454, 622
  • England, North of, 21, 47, 71, 98, 121, 149, 171, 197, 221, 244, 267, 289, 315, 337, 359, 381, 405, 429, 455, 481, 505, 531, 553, 575, 601, 623
  • Germany, 19, 49, 72, 98, 122, 151, 172, 198, 222, 245, 268, 290, 316, 338, 360, 382, 407, 430, 457, 482, 506, 532, 554, 602, 624
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birming¬ham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 21, 47, 70, 97, 121, 148, 170, 196, 220, 243, 266, 288, 314, 336, 358, 380, 405, 428, 454, 480, 504, 530, 552, 574, 600, 623
  • Lancashire, 21. 47, 70, 97, 121, 149, 170, 196,
  • 243, 267, 289, 314, 336, 358, 380, 405, 428, 454, 480, 504, 530, 552, 574, 600, 623
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Reports. 22, 48, 72. 122, 151, 170, 198, 222, 268, 290, 316, 338, 360, 382, 406, 430, 456, 482, 506. 532, 554, 576, 602
  • Scotland, 22, 48, 71, 98, 122, 150, 171, 197,
  • 244, 268, 290, 315, 337, 360, 381, 406 430, 455, 482, 505, 531, 553, 575, 601, 624
  • Sheffield, 21, 47, 71, 97, 121, 149, 171, 197, 221, 243, 267, 289, 337. 359, 381, 405, 429 455, 481, 505, 531, 553, 575, 601
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 22, 48, 72, 98, 122, 150, 172, 198, 222, 244, 268, 290, 316, 338, 360, 381, 406, 430, 455, 482, 506, 531, 553, 576, 601
  • LIGHT, Velocity of, Experiments at the Nice Observatory to Re-determine, (589)
  • Lighthouse, The Bell Rock, 159
  • Lighthouse Towers, United States, Strengthen¬ing, (266)
  • Lighting—see Electric Light and Gas
  • Lignite in Germany, Power from, 229
  • Lignolite, A New Material for Flooring, (581)
  • Liquid Air, M. Geo. Claude’s Production of, (496)
  • Air, Density of, (111)
  • Air, Machine for Production of, (85)
  • Fuel for Warships, 472, 476 for Steamships, 104, 140
  • for Steamships, Mr. E. L. Orde on, 104 for Yachts, 376
  • Imported into Ceylon, Regulations Respecting, (262)

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  • London’s Fire Brigade, Decay of, Pcoeaix, (375), (547)
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  • Power Gas Plant, Alf. Wilson, (399)
  • Pumps, Notes on the Construction and Working of, E. C. R. Marks, (39)
  • Rérines, 1'Industrie des, Elmond Roba té (288)
  • Ritle Clubs, Working Men's, Lieut.-General F. Lance on, (395)
  • Roofs and Bridges, Text-book on, Part III., Mansfield Merrimanand H. S. Jacoby, 283
  • Round the Harn Before the Mast, A. Basil Lubbock, (611)
  • Boyal Navy List, No. 100, (417)
  • Ruesias, All the, Henry Norman, 84
  • Schiffsmascbinen und Kessel, Berechnnng u. Konstrukticn der, von Dr. G. Bauer, (417)
  • Seamanship, Manual of Elementary, D. Wilson Barker, (501)
  • Sewage Treatment. Natural and Artificial, Lieut.-Col. A. S. Jones and H. A. Roechling, 581
  • Ships, All the World's Fighting (Fifth Year), F. T. Jane, (84)
  • Siberian Railway, Guide to the Great, Eogl's'i Translation, by Miss Kukol-Yasnopolsky, 84
  • Siderology : The Science of Iren, Vol. I., The Constitution of Iron and Slags, Hanns Freiherr von Juptner (84), 189
  • Smithsonian Institution, Annals of the Astro- physical Observatory of the, VoL I., S. P. Langley, (611)
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 1259, (331)
  • Steam Engines, Stationary, Their Care and Management, Practical Hand-book for Men in Charge, Chas. Hurst, (547)
  • Steam Heating and Ventilation, W. S. Monroe, (39)
  • Steam and the Steam Engine, Andrew Jamie¬son, (501)
  • Steam Turbine, The, Robt. M. Neilson, (166)
  • Steel Works Materials, Analysis of, H. Brearley and F. Ibbotson, (331), 547
  • Street Railway Engineers, Hand-book for, H. B. Andrews, (39)
  • Submarine Warfare—Past, Present, and Future, Herbart C. Fyfe, (84), 141
  • Surveying, as Practised by Civil Engineers and Surveyors, John Whitelaw, jun., (375)
  • Surveying, Treatise on, Compiled by R. E Middleton, O. Chadwick, J. du T. Bogle, Part II., (331), 473
  • Tables for Obtainining Horizontal Distances and Differences of Level from Stadia Read¬ings, Computed by Alf. Noble and W. T. Casgrain, (141)
  • University College, Bristol, Calendar for the Session 1902-1903, (288)
  • Wiirmekraft maschinen, Grundlagon der Theorie und des Baues der, von Alf. Musil; Zugleich Autorisirte Deutsche Ansgabe des Werken, The Steam and other Heat Engines, J. A. Ewing, (189)
  • Waterworks Law as Applied to Small Under¬takings, Percy Griffith, (84)
  • Wechselstromtechnik, Herausgegebsn von E. Arnold ; Erster Band Theorie der Wechsel- strome und Transformatoren, J. L. la Cour, (400)
  • Who's Who ? 1903, Annual Biographical Dictionary, Edited by A. and C. Black, (611)
  • “ Work," Illustrated Weekly Journal for Me¬chanics, Vol. xxiii., (331)
  • Year-book of the Scientific and Learned Socie¬ties of Great Britain and Ireland, Edited by Chas. Griffin and Co., Limited, (547)
  • LLOYD and Lloyd, Limited, with A. and J. Stewart and Metzies, Limited, Amalgamation of, (544)
  • Loans for all Local Authorities, Outstanding, (544)
  • Local Government Board's Blue-book, Outstand¬ing Loans according to, (544)
  • Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives
  • Log Frame, Centre-driven, Messrs. John Pickles and Son, 146
  • London Bridge— sec Bridges
  • London County Council Fire Brigade, Petrol Tractors for, (544)
  • London County Council’s Scheme for the Pur¬chase of Site ia the Adelphi. (395)
  • London County Council and Underground Rail¬ways, (468)
  • London, Trade of, Chairman of the London and India Docks on, (395)
  • Loom, Northrop Automatic. (257), (443)
  • Lubricators, Sight-feed, Ilartcliffe, Lee and Malkin, (221)

M

Machine Tools:

  • Bar Sawing-off Machine, Messrs. Carter and Wright, 90
  • Belfort, 4, 54, 55, 104
  • Boring and Planing Machine. Horizontal, Messrs. Ward, Haggas and Smith, 168
  • C‘>pper Stay-making Machines, Alf. Herbert, Limited, 9
  • Clioker-crushiDg Machine, T. R. Lees, (47)
  • Drilling Machines, Double-geared, with Tap¬ping Arrangement and Balanced Slide, T. R. Lees, (47)
  • Friction Driving for Heavy, 549
  • Heavy Grinding Machine, Landis Tool Company, 426
  • Lathe and Boring Machines, Jas. Spence and Co., 448, 449
  • Lathe, Tool-room, W. II. Astbury, 502
  • Log Saw Frame, Centre-driven, Messrs. John Pickles and Son, 146
  • Planing Machine, Messrs. C. Radman and Co., 146
  • Planing Machine. Horizontal, Boring, and, Messrs. Ward, Ilaggas and Smith, 168
  • Planing Macbiae, with Swivelling Cross Slide, Hnlse and Co., Limited, 238
  • Riil Drilling Machine, Niles Tool Works Com¬pany, 312
  • Universal, 42
  • MACHINERY, English and American, 144
  • Machinery Exports for September, Board of Trade Returns, (372)
  • Machinery, Increased German Customs Dues on, 131
  • Machinery at Work, Apparatus for Bringing to a Stand, (328)
  • Machines Imported into Germany, Proportions Purchased from United Kingdom, United States, &j., (85)
  • Macpbenoi, Mr. A. S.. (328)
  • Magnetic Tee Square. (465)
  • Malleable Castings, 501
  • Manchester, Bacteriological Sewage Works, (282)
  • Manchester School of Technology, 374, (552)
  • Manganese Ores Imported into United State', 1900-1901, (162)
  • Manganese, Production of, 196
  • Manufacturing Plant, New, U.S.A., (622)
  • Maps, East African Railways, 492
  • Glasgow’s Man Drainage and Sewage Treatment, 324
  • The Waterways of Germany, 129
  • Marseilles as a Traffic Centre, Importance of, and Trade of, (111)
  • Martel), Benjamin, 60
  • Martell Scholarship in Naval Architecture Awarded to Mr. L. Woollard, (211)
  • Mechanical Boiler Draught. Modern Production of, Mr. W. L. Sutcliffe, (530)
  • Mechanical Phenomena of the Electric Discharge, M. Jules Semenow on. (185)
  • Mechanical Stoker, The Hodgkinson, 598
  • Meldrum Bros., Limited, New Works, (267)
  • Melting Point of Quartz, Granite, &c., (328)
  • Mercury in South Russia. (185)
  • Metal Mixer, Large, (530)
  • Metallic Packing, Redford’s Patent, (243)
  • Metallurgical Trust, Russian, 493
  • Meteorological Science, Parliamentary Grant to Committee to Inquire into Its Administration, (589)
  • Mexican Roads, Repair of, (185)
  • Mica, California, (382)
  • Mica, Sheet, Total Production of, in United States, (162)
  • Mill, New American Billet, 550
  • Mill, Steel Cone Paint, Messrs. Follows and Bate, 528
  • Milling Cutters, Mr. S. N. Brayshaw on, 429
  • Mine Timber against Rot, Experiments with Preservatives of, (420)
  • Mine Ventilator Fan, 145
  • Mineral Oil in Boilers, 194, 241
  • Mineral Production in India, (565)
  • Miners’ Phthisis, 375
  • Mines, School of, Reported Foundation of, in China, (420)
  • Mining in Columbia, Rapid Growth of (233)
  • Congress at Butte, Montana, (185)
  • in Cuba, (233)
  • at the Düsseldorf Exhibition, 75,154, 176, 202
  • Mombasa, 491 1
  • Monkey or Ram '285, 311, 333
  • More Haste less Speed, (456)
  • Mosely, Mr., His Scheme, 214
  • Motors, Optical Method of Observing Synchron¬ism in the Speed of Two, (111)

Motor Vehicles:

  • Accident to M. Deutsch, (137)
  • Adjustable Steering Columns for, (544)
  • Alcohol Motor Algrin, (614)
  • Autocar, Mr. Balfour on an, and the Policeman on a Cycle, (85)
  • Autocars for Gorman East Africa, (61)
  • Automobile Club of England, Annual Run, (443), ] (469); Awards, (353); Damage Done to Roads by Automobiles, (257), (303); Prizo Offered for Invention to Prevent Side Slip, (443); Total Value of Cars Entered lor Trial, (280) ; Trials, 228,325; Journal on the Position of Automobilism in 1920, (303) Club of France, Exhibition of, (443)
  • for Japanese Mail Service, (217)
  • Journey through European and
  • Asiatic Russia, Herr A. Kirch- j hoi’s, (11)
  • Laws, Massachusetts, (61)
  • in Marseilles, Number of, (328)
  • Number of Permits Granted in Paris for Driving, (61)
  • Service between Dunkirk and Ostend, (469)
  • Show, New York, (355)
  • Brightmcre Steam Lorry, The, 129, 130, 131
  • Buenos Ayres, Use of, in, (355)
  • Cars on the Canadian Pacific, (185)
  • Davel< parents io France, 587
  • for his Msjesty’s Mai. 8, (233)
  • for Military Purposes, 237 .
  • Problem, 374
  • with Rollers io Place of Wheels for Polar Expedition, (328)
  • Works, Some, 569, 512, 520
  • Collinge Carriage Axles, 477, 500
  • Cyclist Summoned, and Summons Dismissed in Default of Legal Evidence, (443)
  • Damage Done to Roids by, (257), (303)
  • Danish Legislation, (519)
  • Delivery Vans, Trial of, (614)
  • Driver Fined, Carlisle, (469)
  • Driver Fined for Furious Driving, (269)
  • Electric, in America, (420)
  • Engines for, Mr. F. G. Heseldiu on Internal Combustion, (541)

France, Taxes Paid on, in 1901, (355)

  • French Industrial Cars, 536, 543. 560
  • French, Working Cost of some Heavy, (85)
  • Gordon Bennett Motor Car Race, 29, 93
  • Hamburg, International Exhibition of, (85)
  • Imports and Exports of, for October, (519)
  • Industrial, in France, 536, 543, 560
  • Jenatzy’s 100 Horse-power Car, Ingenious Device used on, (544)
  • Legislation, 281, 310, 333. 374, (420), 485, 501, 519, 527, (565), (573). (574), 585
  • Legislation, Danish, (519)
  • Lister Engine, 527
  • Lorry. Steam-driven, Dr. A. W. Brightmore's Designs, 129, 130, 131
  • Mail Service in Ceylon, (35)
  • Massachusetts. Laws, (61)
  • Maudslay 20 Horse-power Car Ordered by Mr F. W. Webb, (355)
  • Merc ides Car (Illustrated), 36
  • Morocco, The Sultan of, and, (3C0)
  • Mors Racing Car (Illustrated), 29
  • Napier Car (Illustrated), 36
  • Number in Johannesburg, (519)
  • Oil, for Farmers, 239
  • Oil Motor Cars of 1902, Capt. C. C. Longridge, 402, 403, 427, 436, 453, 478, 503, 515, 522, 526, 551
  • Omnibuses for London, (544)
  • Panhard Car (Illustrated), 36
  • Pari’, Number of, (61)
  • Paris Show, 587
  • Paris-Vienna Motor Car Race, 28, 36, 75, 93
  • Petrol Motor Cars, Patent Carburetter for, (61)
  • Petrol Tractor for the London County Counc Fire Brigade, (544)
  • Prize Offered for a Device to Enable Paraffin Fuel to be used on Existing Petrol Care, (420)
  • Problem, The, 374
  • Rail RiDg Tractor, 442
  • Record Run of a Steam-propelled Carriage Built by a Harvard Student, (280)
  • Registered Numbers for, (565)
  • Registration of, 39
  • Renault Voiturette (Illustrated), 36
  • Road Resistance Dynamometer, 278
  • Road Resistance Recorder, 277
  • Serpollet Steam Racing Car (Illustrated), 29
  • Side-slip Difficulty, Solution Discovered, (589)
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, (255)
  • Special Highway for, between Ostend and Paris, Projected, (355)
  • Speed Indicator for, (355)
  • Speed Records Made by, (211)
  • Speed Regulations, Necessity for Authorised Printed Copies of, (443)
  • Steel Tracks for, in New York, (162)
  • Thornycroft Motor Wagon Works, 509, 512, 520
  • Tiras for, 90
  • Tires for, Result of Tests for, Carried Out in America, (420)
  • Toledo Car, The Latest Type of, (496)
  • Tractor for Agricultural Purposes, Mr. Albone, 239
  • Tractors for Military Purposes, Competition for, (257)
  • Two-cycle Internal Combustion Engine, The L:8ter, 527
  • Use and Speed of, Mr. Geo. W. Blackburn, 358
  • Verb, “To Automobile," (303)
  • Wage ns, Question of Raising the Tare Limit of, (496)
  • Wagons Wanted in South Africa, (11)
  • White Steam Car, The, (257)
  • MUNICIPAL Trading, 89
  • Municipal Rates, Coventry, (395)
  • Municipal Enterprise, 330
  • Municipal Trading, Discussion on, (519;

N

  • NAGASAKI, The Mitsn Bishi Dockyard and Engine Works at, (280)
  • Nagasaki, Waterworks of, (280)
  • Nagasaki, Value of Foreign Trade of. (280)
  • Naphtha, Export of Russian, Tank Wagons with Interchangeable Axles, (496)
  • Nautical Training School at Portishead, Scheme for, (328)
  • Naval Congress, Ninth International, 6, 40, 52, 80, 103
  • Engineer Appointments, 6, 72, 100, 143, 166, 244, 339, 375, 406, 457, 487, 528, 574, 588, 624
  • Engineer Officers, 70
  • Gunnery and its Improvement, 281
  • Matters—sec Shipping News and Ships Newcombe, Mr. Wm. Lister, (443)
  • New Zealand, Failure of Compulsory Arbitration, 14
  • Nickel Industry in the United States, The, (11)
  • Nile Flood this Year, Probably the Lowest ever Known, (137)
  • Nitrate Works in Chili, (137)
  • Nivens, Mr. Thoe., 218
  • Noisy Work after Nightfal', A Philadelphia Court's Decision Respecting, (162)
  • Northrop Automatic Loom, Practical Tost of. (443)

O

Obituary :

  • OBSERVATORIES, Ben Nevis and Fort William, (519)
  • Oil and Coal as Fuel, Relative Cost of, (137)
  • Cotton Seed, (504)
  • Dust Laying with, (233), (328) (420)
  • Oil Field, Tne Beaumont, U.S.A., (589)
  • Fuel for Naval Purposes Cannot Compete with Coal, (420)
  • Fue1 on the Pacific Coast, Effect on the Coal Trade of British Columbia, of Increasing Use of, (233),
  • Fuel for Tea Drying, Experiments in Ceylon, (565)
  • Fuel in Warships, 486
  • Fuel Testing House, The United States Nava), 619
  • Fuel, United States Navy, (137), 472, 476, 619
  • Imports of, into the United Kingdom, (185)
  • Industry, The Echigo, (233)
  • in Mexico, (323)
  • Wells, Texas, (233)
  • Orange River Colony, Total Value of Exports from, 1901, 1902), (162)
  • Ordnance:
  • Belgian Guns Marked with English Names, (565)
  • Factory Management, 114
  • Gun Carriage, 12in. Disappearing. Tested at the Midvale Steel Works, United States, (496)
  • High Command of, 113
  • Increase in the Energy of, (519)
  • Painted in the Three Primary Colours, (353), (355)
  • Quick-firing, New Type adopted by Bel¬gium, (565)
  • Sights, Dr. Common’s, Captain P. Scott on, (519)
  • Trade Meeting, Birmingham, (565)
  • Pneumatic, at Sandy Hook, Costly Instal¬lation of, Abandoned, (111)
  • Survey, Progress of the, 238
  • ORES, by Oil, Concentration of, 216
  • Shipments from Minnesota, (589)
  • in Sight, Mr. J. D. Kendall, 338
  • Sizing Apparatus, 552
  • Ottawa, Ontario, Trade and Navigation Repoit, (589)
  • Ottawa River, Horse-power of the, (162)
  • Oxide of Copper and Nickel, Resistance to Action of Sea Water and Air of, (211)

P

  • PACKING Machinery for Export, 68
  • Page’s Magazine, (20)
  • Paint Mill, Steel Cone, Messrs. Follows and Bate, 528
  • Palmer, Mr. Edward, (221)
  • Parcel Post Service, Important Extension, (207)
  • Parker, Henry Albert, 166
  • Patents, American Statistics, (85)
  • Designs, and Trade Marks, 266, 425
  • Disputes in Germany, Petition for a
  • Competent Authority to Settle, (111)
  • Granted in Germany, Statistics of, (85)
  • International Protection of, 369, 403
  • Law Amendment, 68
  • Law Amendment Bill, 1902, 228
  • Law, A Question of, 593
  • Law Reform, 25
  • Office, The, (606)
  • Office, Assistant Examiners in the, Open Competitive Examinations, (614)
  • Office, The Indian, Number of Applica¬tions for Protection Lodged at, 1901, (61)
  • Office Library, Sectional Catalogues of Works of Reference, (355)

Patents, Selected American :

  • Air Compressor and Cooler, A. P. Ostergren, 246
  • Alarm for Automatic Tanks, Audible Low-water, G. E. Whitney, 556
  • Anchor, J. Eynon, 318
  • Blast Furnaces, Apparatus for Controlling Iron in, L. Lincoln, 74
  • Boiler, C. F. Lape, 318
  • R. L. Morgan, 50
  • Locomotive, C. W. Newton, 152
  • Steam, Keeler and Fildes, 124
  • Steam, G. Raissle, 340
  • Boiler, Steam, A. Spencer, 381
  • Water-tube Steam, C. B Rearick, 318
  • Burners, Incandescent, for Oil Lamps, McFar¬lane and Sterne, 24
  • Cable into a Conduit, Means for Inserting, L. J. Bergdoll, 408.
  • Carburetting Device, C. A. Hamilton, 578
  • Coke Loading, Wellman, Seaver, and Morgan, 458
  • Coke Oven, R. D. Martin, 24
  • Conveyor and Guide for Rolling Mills, T. V. Allis, 556
  • Cooling Cement, Clinker, &c., C. L. Galschiot, 270
  • Cooling and Cleansing Blast-furnace Gasee, B. H. Thwaite, 24
  • Coupling for Rolling Mill Shafts, J. R. George and V. E. Edwards, 100
  • Cylindrical Cores, Machine for Making, G. J. Hoskins, 340
  • Dynamos from Car Axles, Means for Driving, J. L. Creeveling, 74
  • Economiser, W. H. Vernon, 246
  • Electrically-propelled Vehicle for Single-rail Elevated Railways. F. B. Behr, 626
  • Elevator for Cinder Pits, W. Robertson, 362
  • Engine Bearing and Adjusting, Means Therefor, C. Robinson, 74
  • Compensating High-duty Compound, G. de Laval and G. P. Aborn, 50
  • Gas Impact, L. Wilson, 604
  • Internal Combustion, P. Burt. 362
  • Internal Combustion, W. J. Robb, 604
  • Pressure, F. J. Hull, 484 and Valve, Compound, S. M. Vauclain, 270
  • Feeding and Heating Metal Plates, T. V. Allis, 556
  • Fire-arm, O. C. Cullen, 362
  • Fuel-feeding Mechanism for Furnaces, Burger and Williams, 200
  • Furnace for Heating Billets, C. H. Morgan, 200
  • Furnace for Heating Ingots, V. E. Edwards and P. B. Morgan, 100
  • Furnace, Refrigeratory, Puddling, or Boiling, W. Kent, 292
  • Gas Producer, E. J. Doff, 408
  • Gas Purifier Grid, C. R. Faben, jun., 604
  • Glass Manufacture, A. Voelker, 534
  • Grate Bar for Forced Blast Furnaces, Borger and Williams, 408
  • Gon Carriage, K. Deinlein, 626
  • Gun Mounting, R. T. Branksron, 292
  • Hammer, Pneumatic, M. A. Yeatley, 224
  • Hardening Rotary Cuttei s, II. L:eoert, 458
  • Heating Capacity of Combustibles, Determining the, S. W. Parr, 626
  • Heating Furnace for Coiled Bundles, Hunt and Ahlen, 578
  • Linoleum Cutters, F. L. Tripp, 432
  • Liquid Meter. S. Bouchet, 503
  • Locomotive, S. M. Vauclaio, 340
  • Mill for Rolling Seamless Tabes, Robbins, Bye, and Jones, 152
  • Mono Railway, L. Baecher, 292
  • Motor Car Frame, G. R. Bandix, 340
  • Motors, Cooling Explosive, T. Myer-<, 174
  • Moulds and Cores, Making, H. C. Lambert, 432
  • Mowing Machines, Automobile, Ellis and Stewart, 458
  • Pigs from their Moulds, Ejecting, E. E. Slick, 124
  • Pipe Coupling, A. Barr, 50
  • Piston for Gas and other Motors, H. E. Ebbs, 626
  • Piston Valve, W. Heston, 362
  • Polishing Too), Pneumatic, J. W. Birkenstock, 1C0
  • Pulp and Papermaking, H. Parker, 200
  • Ram, C. C. Wentworth, 408 Rangefinder, J. Neilson, 626
  • Ratchet Wrench, W. T. Garrett, 24
  • Riveting Machine, W. S. Mckinney, 24
  • R:d-coiling Apparatus, Lamarter and Wallace, 224
  • Roller Bearer for Crank Shafts or the like, G. H. Reynolds, 74
  • Roller, Land, C. K. Longenecker, 578
  • Screw-cutting Tool, J. J. Burke, 578
  • Screw Propeller, C. A. Parsons, 626
  • Separating Grease from Steam, W. J. Baker, 152
  • Severing Bolts, Rivets, &c., F. A. Carter, 174
  • Shifting Device for Piers, &c., Baldwin and Sundb, 626
  • Spring Hanger for Under-hung Locomotive Springs, H. A. Gillis, 50
  • Stay Bolts, G. O. Gridley, 578
  • Stud-setting and Extracting Tool, L. H. Morgan, Superheater, Steam, J. Howden, 432
  • Tires, Vehicle, W. McCausland, 534
  • Track Sander, N. B. Lodge, 152
  • Track-sanding Device, J. H. Walters, 124
  • Turbine, Axial Flow, N. S. Bök and T. R. Robsabm, 384
  • Turbine, Continuous-combustion, M. Beck, 556
  • Turbine, Elastic Fluid, C. G. Curlis, 626
  • Turret, Drilling, Milling, and Tapping, A. D. Quint, 270
  • Valve, C. W. Hunt, 508
  • Valve, Water-cooled, H, E Ebbs, 484
  • War Vessel, H. Maxim, 292
  • Washing Apparatus for Railway or Tramway Carriages, C. A. Wheeler, 318
  • Water Purifying, A. Gray, 432
  • Welding L:nks, W. Serimgeour, jun., and J. Bunte, 152
  • Winding for Electrical Machines, E. J. Lamme, 124
  • Windlass and Capstan, J. R. Andrews, 340
  • PEARSON, Mr. Joseph H., Value of his Estate, (121)
  • Pease and Partners, Limited, Profits Reported for Year ending June, 1902, (122)
  • Peat Coke, Canada and the United States, 89
  • Peat Fuel, Electrical Manufacture of, in Norway, (420)
  • Peat Gas as Fuel, at Steel Works in Sweden, Use of, (469)
  • Pennsylvania (W.), Notes on a Visit to, 552
  • Perry, Prof. John, His Address at the British Association, 313
  • Perth, Freedom of, Presented to Mr. A, Carnegie, (280), (355)
  • Peru, Electricity for Lighting and other Purposes Wanted in, (11)
  • Peru, Refuse Destructors Wanted in, (11)
  • Petrol, Railway Restrictions on Carriage of, and Stock of, Laid in by the King, (420)
  • Petroleum, Average Price in United States, (162)
  • Briquettes in France, (188)
  • Production ia the United States, (185)
  • Refuse as Fuel, Use of, in R Rumania, (303)
  • Semi-solid, for Fuel, (11)
  • Trade, Russian, Reduction of Railway Freights, (469)
  • Physical Laboratory, Bushey, Fitting up of, (111)
  • Piecework and the Premium System, 373
  • Pier at Locust Point. Baltimore, (137)
  • Pilcher, Mr. 0. A., Presentation to, (111)
  • Pilkington, Mr. James, (395)
  • Pipe Callipers, Mr. Fuhrman Clarke, 284
  • Pipe, Cast Iron, in the United States, Standard Specifications for, (454)
  • Pipes, Steam, The Cause of Water Hammer Action in, (481)
  • Pi .ton Ring Hammer, Automatic, The Davy
  • Robertson Engineering Company, 67
  • Piston Valves for Locomotives, 167, 169
  • Planing Machine, Messrs. Hulse and Co., Limited, 238
  • Planing Machine, Messrs. C. Redman and Sons, 146
  • Plate Dant Straightener, Ship, Mr. F. Wilson, 67 Platt, Mr. Sam, (268)
  • Pneumatic Tires, A French Firm on the most Effective Air Pressure for, (111)
  • Pneumatic Tools ia the Navy, 41
  • Pollution of Rivers, 369
  • Port of London and the Thames, 125, 153
  • Portable Buildings. 41
  • Portland Cement Works, Edieon, (46)
  • Portland Cement Work, Painting of, (395)
  • Postal Service from China vid Siberian and Russian Railways, (469)
  • Postage Stamps, Automatic Machines for Sale of, at Berlin Railway Stations, (280)
  • Preferentialism, its Scope and its Importance, 87
  • Premium System, 235
  • Presentation, Mr. C. E. Chrimes, (345)
  • Presentation to Mr. Henry Cochrane, (381)
  • Preservatives of Mine Timber against Rot, (420)
  • Pressure Indicator, Mr. J. E. Petave’s, 344
  • Progress v. Profits, 352
  • Propeller Efficiency, 376
  • Propeller Shaft, Repairing a, 404
  • Pulley, Built-up, 583
  • Pumps, Application to the Sinking of Deep Shafts of Suspended Steam, 80
  • Boiler Feed, Joseph Evans and Co., 7, 8
  • Electrically-driven, F. Pearn and Co., 375, 377
  • High Lift Centrifugal, Market for, at Johannesburg, (519)
  • Injection Water, 43 Screw, Mr. H. Jones, 142
  • Pumping Machinery at the Penrhyn Quarries, 184
  • Plant for Condensing Water, Mr. C. Hopkinson on, 106
  • Plant, Gas Engine, American, (338)

Q

  • QUEENSLAND, 1901, Silver and Lead Produc¬tion. (137)
  • Quick Work, Ocean Colliery, South Wales, (482), 552

R

  • RAIL Ring Tractor, 442

Railway: Railway Accidents : British Railways: Electric Railways: Foreign Railways: Light Rail¬ways: Locomotives: Railway News, Various: Permanent Way: Rolling Stock: Railway Accidents:

  • Airdrie, Derailment, (589)
  • America, April, May, and June, 1901, (469)
  • Apparatus for Preventing Collisions, Invented by H. Pfirmann and Dr. M. Wendorf, (519)
  • Caledonian, Bannockburn Station, (303)
  • Derailment of Trains, Board of Trade Reports, 241
  • France, Arleux, near Douai, (328)
  • Glasgow and South-Western, Gorbals Station, (355)
  • Great Western, Bristol, (280)
  • Great Western, Westbourne Park Station, (303)
  • Great Western and Great Central, Collapse of Tunnel, near Loudwater, (257)
  • Guatemala, Lines Ir.jared by Floods, (185)
  • Indian, in 1901,(355)
  • Indian, Landslip on tne G.I.P., (137); Torrential Rain in the Nilgiris and Damage done, (185)
  • Indian Mail Train, between Madras and Bom¬bay, (280)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Explosion ia a Tunnel, (185)
  • Mountain and Lake Railway, near Gloversville, (35)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean, Pontarlier, (233)
  • Piusria, Pamphlet concerning Causes of Railway Accidents to be distributed amongst the Officials, (496)
  • Railway Employment, Prevention of Accidents Act, (196)
  • Russia, Commission to Investigate the Causes of the Frequent Collisions on, (614)
  • Somerset and Dorset Railway, near Glaston¬bury, (85)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, near Chislehurst, 7, (589)
  • Uganda Railway, 491, 512, 570, 612
  • United Kingdom and United States, 1901,
  • Number of Passengers Killed and Injured, (420)
  • United States, 13, 35, (85), 185, 217, 257, 395, 445, 491, 550, 614
  • Chicago and Alton Railway, (257)
  • United States, Number of Accidents in, due to Unprotected Crossings, (85)
  • South Carolina and Georgia Extension, (35)

Railways, British, Colonial, and Indian:

  • Aberystwyth, Devil’s Bilge Completed, (496)
  • African, Central South, Rolling Stock for, (280
  • African, East, Map Showing, 492
  • African, South, 103, (111), 160, 161, 162,378, ) (536)
  • African, Trans, 108
  • Africa, West, Gold Coast, Coomassie Extension, (544)
  • African, Uganda, 491, 512 570, 612
  • African, Zululand, Opened for Traffic, 93
  • Australia, A New Route to. 180
  • Australian, Adelaide-Port Darwin, (162)
  • South, Earnings, Expenditure, and
  • Mileage in North and South Provinces, (355)
  • South, ProjectedLinefrom Adelaide to Port Darwin, (355)
  • South, Projected Transcontinental, (519), (614)
  • Bristol to London, Projected, (192). (544), (565)
  • British Columbia, New Mileage, (11)
  • British South African Company’s Schemes for Rhodesia, (565)
  • Bulawayo and Salisbury, (372)
  • Burma, Pegu to Syr.'am and Dalia to Dedaye, (395)
  • Burma, Traffic Earnings, (137)
  • Caledonian, Accounts of, (257)
  • Caledonian, Thirteen Lines of Rails Across the Clyde, (280)
  • Cambrian, (150)
  • Cambrian, First-class Free Pass for Five Years, (518)
  • Canada, An All-through Route, 523, (565)
  • Canada, Grand Trunk, New Double Track of, (395)
  • Canadian Extension, 306
  • Canadian, Governmental and Municipal Subsi¬dies to, (61)
  • Canadian Pacific, Financial Report, (257) ; Imperial Limited Train Service Inaugurated, (61); Motor Cars on, (185); Wheat Transport on, (544)
  • Cape to Cairo, 108, 160, 161, 208, (372), (565)
  • Malmsbury to Picquetberg Opened, (496) b Natal, (162)
  • Government Railways, Washouts on the, 3z town to Beira, (328)
  • Ceylon, Colombo to Avissawella, (469)
  • Derbyshire, Proposed New Line, (544)
  • Egypt, Cape to Cairo, 108, 160, 161, 203, (372)
  • Glasgow and South-Western, Accounts of, (257)
  • Great Central, July, Accelerated Services, (11);
  • Financial Returns, (111); Appointment of Mr. Worsdel), (137), (195)
  • Electric Automatic Fog-signal¬ling, (589)
  • Re-instatement of Reservists (372)
  • Great Eastern, Increased Punctuality of Ser¬vice, (544)
  • Great Northern, Mr. Eustace Barrows ap¬pointed Secretary, (372)
  • New Locomotive Erecting Shop, (137)
  • Pick-up Water Troughs at Bawtry, (355)
  • Great Western, Cheltenham to Honeybourne, Projected Line, (66)
  • Improvements in South Devon, 345, 356
  • Third - class Season and Scholar’s Tickets, (469)
  • Wat«r Tanks between Reading and Newbury, (496)
  • Works at Swindon, The New, 325, (Supplement, October r 3rd and 17th. 1902), 375
  • Hull and Barnsley Extension, 182, (211)
  • Indian, Earnings (303)
  • East, Annual General Meeting, New Rolling Stock and Locomotives, (11)
  • Eastern Bengal State, (336) Frontier, Quetta Nushki, (303)
  • Gas Lighting on, (257); New Section
  • of the Bombay, Baroda, and Central Indian, (185)
  • Great Indian Peninsular Company Desires to Obtain Coalfields of its own,(589); Mileage of DoubleTrack, (589)
  • Important Changes in Staff of the Great Indian Peninsular, (120) I)
  • Important Development of, said to be in Contemplation, (85)
  • Indian Coal Burnt in 1901 by, (137)
  • Mileage, 1901, (328), (443)
  • Mileage Controlled by the Madras il Government, (589)
  • Nilgiri, Successful Working of, (35)
  • North-Western State, Jech Doab Line (496)
  • North-Western, Tunnel Inspector Imported from England, (137)
  • Number of Employés on, (328)
  • Nashki Railway Survey Office Closed, (137)
  • Report on, for 1901, (257); Returns for Quarter ending July 30tb, (185);
  • Speed on, (185)
  • Through Connection on the Broad Gauge between Ceylon and Northern
  • India under Consideration, (280)
  • Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast, Accounts of, (257)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Good Earnings of the Goods Trains, (395)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire and London and North-Western, Fleet Jointly Owned by (370), (381), (395)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast and West of France, Conference between, (496)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Widening 5,
  • of Line, 16, (443)
  • London, Chatham and Dover, Financial Ruturns, (111)
  • London, City and South, (111)
  • London District Railway, (31), (96), (110), (111)
  • London and North-Western, Birmingham to London in 1 hour 55 min., by C. Rous- Marten, 142
  • Increase in the Revenue of, (177)
  • and Lancashire and York¬shire, Fleet Jointly . Owned by, (370), (381), (395)
  • Long Run, 307 Mr. W. A. Jepson Appointed Mice.-al Manager, («?)
  • in Negotiation with Belfast Steamship Company for Purchase, (355)
  • New Goods Sta¬tion, Wol¬verhampton, (280)
  • Royal Train, (589)
  • Signalling by Electricity, 501
  • London and South-Western, New Salisbury Station, (376)
  • Pneumatic Sig¬nalling on, 598
  • Retirement and Election of Directors, (372)
  • London Underground, 96, 110
  • London, Whitechapel and Bow, 94
  • Metropolitan District, (31)
  • Metropolitan, Financial Returns, (111)
  • Midland, Acquires the Northern Counties of Ireland, (333), (355)
  • Coventry to Arley, Proposed Line, (496), (574)
  • Decentralisation in the Goods Depart¬ment, (443)
  • Fast Run between Leeds and Carlisle, 375
  • New Schemes, (544)
  • Scheme for Placing Buxton on the, (519)
  • Seventieth Anniversary of the Oldest Portion of, (77)
  • Splendid Run on, (257)
  • and Great Northern, Yarmouth and Lowestoft Direct, 333
  • and South-Western, Death of Mr. Jas. Parkess, (589)
  • Natal, Doubling Main Line, (303)
  • Natal, Durban to Ladysmith, (469)
  • New South Wales, Annual and Quarterly Reports, (11), 448
  • Earnings and Expendi¬ture, (622)
  • Mileage Open for Traliio, September 30th, 1901, 1902, (614)
  • Traffic, Receipts, Ex¬penditure, (288)
  • New Zealand, 229 ; Earnings and Expenditure, (290) ; Mileage, (420)
  • North-Eastern, Auto-car Trains on the, 620 Conference at Darlington, (328) and Electric Equipment, (122), (189), (197), (430)
  • General Manager and leading Officials’ Inspection Tours io the United States, (303), (355)
  • Motor Cars on, (443), (469), (481), 620
  • Locomotives, New Eight - wheeled Coupled, 429, 430
  • Oil Fuel Experiments on, (395), (406), (443)
  • Old-age Pension Scheme, (443)
  • Resignation of Sir J. W. Pease, Successor, Viscount Ridley, (328)
  • Sunderland and the Hartle- pools Branch Opened, (372)
  • Rhodesian, Sam to be Expended, (565)
  • Rhondda and Swansea Bay, (150)
  • Royal Trains (Supplement, December ‘23th, 1902), (589), 612
  • South African—see African
  • Sierra Leone, (872) Sirhowy and Rhymney Valley, Proposed, (496)
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Acceleration of Service from Paris to Lon¬don, (448) Ch isl e hurst Tunnel, (280)
  • New Express Engines, (290)
  • Winter Express Afternoon Continental Service, (395)
  • Sntton-in-Ashfleld to Mansfield-Woodhouse, (544)
  • Taff Vale, Proposals for Next Seision, (499)
  • Uganda, 491, 499, 512, (565), 570, 584 ; Acci¬dents on, 566,570; American Contractor Late Again, (496); Cost of, (589); Embankments, 591; Financial Returns, (35); Viaducts, 612, 613
  • Underground, London County Council and, 468
  • United Kingdom, Mileage, Capital and Ex¬penditure, Receipts, Traffic, (185), (443), (496)
  • Victorian, Government Proposals to make a General Reduction in Rates of Pay, (288)
  • Yarmouth and Lowestoft, 333, (353)
  • Yorkshire Dales, (170)

Railways, Electric

  • American, Goods Traffic on, (97)
  • Berlin, Shallow Underground, (211)
  • Boston Elevated, (420)
  • Canada, Mileage of, in. (35)
  • Central London, from Bank to Twickenham for 6d., (Ill), (211)
  • Central London, Ventilation of, (372); Resig¬nation of Mr. P. W. D’Alton. (499); Retiretirement of Mr. Aldington, (589)
  • Chicago Elevated, Moving. (266)
  • City and South London, (111), (257), (614)
  • Cleveland and Detroit, Trolley Lines Strung over Railway Tracks, (395)
  • Cleveland, Elyria, and Western Railway, Use of Steam Turbines Decided on for Driving Generators, (35)
  • Crewe System of Electric Railway Signalling, 548, 550
  • Dayton, Covington, and Piqua, 240
  • Elberfeld Suspension, 385, 413, 435, 441, 488
  • Germany, Wannsee, near Berlin, Potsdam and Gross Lichterfeld, (372)
  • Gerona, Vich, and Amer, (35)
  • Goods Traffic on, in America, (97)
  • High Peak, (614)
  • Italy, Adriatic System, Two New Lines, (257)
  • Lake Como, (280)
  • Liverpool Overhead. (162), 519 (iii., vii., Supple¬ment, December 12tk, 1902)
  • Landon Tube, 65, 96, (111), (468)
  • Manchester and Liverpool, (211)
  • Motor, Variable-speed, American, 596
  • Mersey Tunnel, (211), (257)
  • Metropolitan, Electric Equipment, (111), 473
  • Mexican, Electrification of a Section, (137)
  • New York Subway, New Power House, (4k0)
  • North-Eastern, Electric Traction on Certain Portions of, (122), (430)
  • Paris Metropolitan, (328)
  • Paris, (162) ; Strike of the Employés, (233)
  • Pennsylvania, Pittsburg and Pitcairn, (257)
  • Russia, Western Frontier of. (280)
  • St. Louis Exhibition, Third Rail, (443)
  • St. Petersburg and the Imatra Falls, Finland, (162)
  • St. Petersburg and Lake Ladoga, (328)
  • Schemes in Europe, 364
  • Single-phase, 573, 619
  • Sondrio-Colico-Chiavenna, (280)
  • Third Rails for, 552 lube Schemes, Collapse of Rival, 399
  • United States, (303)
  • United States. Washington, Baltimore, Anna¬polis, (355), (454)

Railways, Foreign:

  • Africa, Congo Free State, Progress of Work, (233)
  • Dahomey, West, (328)
  • French Guinea, Line to Connect Conakry with the Niger, (184)
  • German East, Usambara Line, (303)
  • Gold Coast, Coomassie Extension, (514)
  • Tam's, Mileage and Gauge, (544)
  • American, Brazil, Great Western of, Lighting Stations with Alcohol, (137)
  • Cuba, Sinta Clara to Santiago da Cuba, (565)
  • Mexican Central, Hidalgo, North Extension, (11)
  • Coahuila and Pacific, (233)
  • Eiperatzi and Vera Cruz to be Worked by Elec¬tricity, (137)
  • Four Lines Entering Vera Cruz, (111)
  • National, Change of Gauge, (61). (443) (565)
  • National and Central, Rivalry between, (61)
  • Projected Line between Minaca and Temosacbic, (61)
  • Viesca and Mazapil, (328)
  • Tehuantepec, 238
  • New Mileage, 89
  • Oil Pipe Lines, (151)
  • Pacific Coast, Costa Rica from San Joié to the, (496)
  • Pacific Coast, Oil as Locomotive Fuel, Huge Oil Storage Tanks, (496)
  • Peru, Guaqui to La Paz, (35); Pro¬jected Line to the Amazon Basin, (-35)
  • Report on the Working of, Lieut - Col. W. V. Constable, 195, 220, 242, 287, 335, 357, 379, 404, 428, 529, 551
  • Uruguay, Mileage of Lines, (61)
  • Venezuelan, Maracaibo to Pesiji, (137)
  • see also United States Austrian, Total Mileage, (233)
  • Belgian State, Length of, (328)
  • Borneo, New Line, (162)
  • Chinese, (178)
  • Corea, Seoul to FusaD, Broad Gauge, (211)
  • Eastern, Cholera Panic on, (192)
  • The Eastern, Closing of the Eastern Asiatic Coasting Trade to Non¬ Russian Vessels, (519)
  • The Eastern, Effect on the Trade of Manchuria, (35)
  • Eastern, Passenger Traffic on, (301)
  • The Eastern to be Subsidised by Russia, (11)
  • Eastern Railway, Through Passenger Tickets to be Issued, (395), (469)
  • Eastern, Through Service between Dalny and Railway Systems of Russia and Europe, (395)
  • Formosa, Mileage, (185)
  • Formosa, Gauge and Cost of Con¬struction, (211); South Formosa Completed, (211)
  • Manchurian, Accelerated Service, (35); Unsatisfactory Condition of, a Sur¬prise to M. Witte, 540 The Shantung, 282
  • Yokohama and Hachioji, Projected Line, (233)
  • France, Northern of, Loss caused by the Coal Strike, (614); Its Engines to Run to Liège, (614)
  • France, Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Ex¬tension to Chamonix, (176)
  • France-Italian Line. Projected, 447
  • French, Dahomey, (233)
  • French, The Orleans, in Paris, Electric Haulage on, (162)
  • French, Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean, Doubling Portion of the Line, (162)
  • German, Berlin Elevated and Underground, Traffic on, (395)
  • Elberfeld Suspension, 385, 413, 435, 441, 448
  • Electric Lighting on, (11)
  • Loeschwitz, Suspended Rope, 413, 435,
  • Prussian State, Extensions and Costof, (187)
  • Prussian State, Lines to be Purchased oy, (395)
  • Prussian State, Reduction of Fares, (162)
  • Shantung, The, 282
  • Italian, Projected New Line to Turin, (137)
  • Japanese, (185)
  • Japanese, Completion of the San-yo Line, (137)
  • Japanese State, Passenger Fares Raised, (129)
  • Malay States, Federated, Extemion Mileage (303)
  • Persia, 89
  • Russian, (376), 400, (427)
  • Alexandropol to Erivan, (589)
  • Russo-American. A, 143
  • Russian, Amur Railway, Construction of, 168
  • Astrakhan Branch of the Ural Rail¬way, (35)
  • Circular Liue Round Moscow, (185)
  • Crimean Line Proposed, (565)
  • Direct Service between Moscow and Port Arthur, (185)
  • Experiments with Acetylene Lighting on,(185)
  • Finnish State, (111)
  • Foreign and Russian Locomotives Running on, (257)
  • in the bands of Private Companies and others, Number of Employés on, (11)
  • Mileage in Operation, (372)
  • Moscow andKieff, Shortening of Line, (233)
  • Nicolas, Memorial Chapel to Mark its Fiftieth Anniversary, (519)
  • Orenburg-Tasbkend, (185), (303)
  • Poli-h, Kalisch-Lodz, (328)
  • Project for Connection with Finland by Raiway Bridge over the Neva, (185)
  • Projected Lines, 162, 257, 280, (565)
  • St. Petersburg to Petrozavodsk, (137)
  • St. Petersburg and Warsaw, Locomo¬tives on,(565)
  • Siberia, Branch Line from Omsk to Trumen, (61)
  • Siberian, Heavier Permanent Way for, (185)
  • S;betian Postal Service from Tientsin to Liverpool, (355)
  • Siberian, Project to Connect with the System of European Russia, (544)
  • Siberian, Report of the International Sleeping Car Company at the Paris Conference, (469)
  • Siberian, Robbery on, (152)
  • South-Western, Through Service from Warsaw to Odessa, (257)
  • Tomsk to Tasbkend, English and Russian Syndicate, (111). (185)
  • Warsaw and Kalish Line, (35)
  • Spain, Barcelona Extension, (111)
  • Guatemala City, El Rancho to, (137)
  • Guatemala, Lines Injured by Floods, (185)
  • Guatemala, Los Altos and Los Cocales Lines, (162)
  • Vasco Castellano from Madrid to Bilbao, (395)
  • Sweden, Boras to Alvesta, (420)
  • Electrification of Government Lines, (544)
  • Opening of a New Line, (229)
  • The Osoten Line, (280)
  • Swiss, Jungfrau, Death of Guyer-Zeller, the Proprietor of, (496)
  • Swiss, Simplon, 4, 101, 177, 186, 204, 205, 411, 414, 418, 606
  • Turkey, Beiruth-Damascus, High Rates for Goods, (61)
  • Black Sea Directly to Poti, (544)
  • Hedjaz Line from Damascus to Mecca, (61)
  • United States, Atchison Railway System, Heavy Earthworks, (210)
  • Baltimore and Ohio, Changes in the Character of the Road Projected, (280)
  • Burlington, Wheels in Service on, (35)
  • Chicago, Garfield Park Line, Clever Piece of Engineering on, (162)
  • Chicago and North-Western, Des Moines Steel Viaduct, 392
  • Grand Trunk, Doubling the, (210)
  • Great Northern, Average Train Loads, (519)
  • Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, Fast Run on, (614)
  • Manhattan, Traffic on, (257)
  • Mileage, and when Built, (61), (469)
  • Missouri Pacific, Railway Car¬riage and Locomotive Works, (94)
  • New Lines Projected, (162)
  • New York Centra), Efforts to Secure a Shorter Entrance into Pittsburg, (172)
  • New York Centra), Fast Run of the Twentieth Century Limited,” (61)
  • New York, Ontario, and Wes¬tern Railway, Double Track¬ing of, (247)
  • Panama, 343
  • Pennsylvanian, Engineering Feat at New Brunswick, 162
  • Pennsylvanian, Fast Runs, (61), (111)
  • Pennsylvania, Masonry Bridges
  • United States, Pennsylvanian, New Train Yard, (85)
  • Pennsylvania, Rebates on Fares for Lateness of Trains, (61), (518)
  • Pennsylvania, Tonnage of Rails Ordered for 1903, (111)
  • Pennsylvania, Wages Advance, (565)
  • Pennsylvanian, will Enter New York by the Hudson River Tunnel, (172)
  • Pittsburg to Lake Erie, (496)
  • Pittsburg, Niles, and Western, (483)
  • Statistics of, 493 Western and South-Western Extensions, (554)

Railways, Light:

  • Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge, (496)
  • Ashley to Burton, (519)
  • Belgium, (420)
  • Claverton and Camerton, North Somerset, (35)
  • France, Hondschoote and Bray-Dunes, Ac., in Morbiban, (85)
  • France, Retouremer and the Schlocht, (85)
  • France, Royat-les-Bains and Puy-de-Dume, (61)
  • Gloucester, Applications for, (35)
  • Great Centra), Grimsby, Stallingborougb, Coates, and Immingham, (544)
  • Harrow, (443)
  • High Peak District, Macclesfield to Buxton, (544)
  • Holland, (420)
  • Horndean (iii., viii., Supplement, December 12th, 1902)
  • Leighton Buzzard, Harlington, and Hitchin, (372)
  • Middleton, (565)
  • Orders Confirmed by Board of Trade, (35), (372), (519), (565)
  • Orders, Decrease in Applications for, (11)
  • Warrington to Northwich, (519)
  • Wigan, Pemberton and Asbton-in-Makerficld (519)
  • Worthing, (141)

Railway Locomotives:

  • American Company, First Annual Report, (328)
  • Construction, by an American Engi¬neer, 25, 128
  • Design, Prof. Goss on the Possibilities of, (443)
  • Failure of Serve Tubes in, (544)
  • Locomotive Company, Atlantic Type of, Constructed for the Big Four Line, (469)
  • Ancient, Hetton Railway, 57
  • Baldwin Works, Capacity a Week, (469)
  • Baldwin Works, Experiments with Oil as Loco¬motive Fuel, (496)
  • Bearings, Alloy Used by the Prussian Shops for, (85)
  • Belfort Works, 4, 54, 103, 105
  • Benzine, Used in a Mine, (211)
  • Bogie Express, Five New, for the South-Eastern and Chatham, (290)
  • Boilers for, F. H. Cridland’s Latter, 68
  • Boiler with Cylindrical Fire-box, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. H. A. Hoy (Supplement, August 15th, 1902), 165
  • B ston and Maine Railway Company, Fifty Locomotives Changed to Burn Coke, (211)
  • British, for Canada, (360), (477)
  • Building, United States, (196)
  • Coal, 57
  • Coke Burning, in America, (211)
  • Compound, Its Future in America, (355)
  • Compound, Norwegian State, 391, 396
  • Compressed Air, Simplon Tunnel Works, 299
  • Condemned in East India, (469)
  • Consolidation, Norwegian State, 525
  • Consolidation, with Large Boilers, for the Norwegian State Railways, Winterthur, (614)
  • Construction of a First-dais French, 4, 54 103 105
  • Cylindrical Furnaces for, 320
  • Driving, 373
  • Eight-coupled, Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 19O2’)M165F’ A' H°y ^SujlPlr"‘ent’ A u9u,t 15M< Eight-wheel Coupled, on the North-Eastern. (429), (430)
  • Electric Headlight for, (328)
  • Electric, The Two Largest in the World, (233)
  • English and American, Sir Alf. Hickman on, (456)
  • Express Compound, Austrian State Railways, Herr Karl Gölsdorf, 253, 258
  • Express, Great Central Railway, Mr. J. G. Robinson (Supplement, July 4th, 1902), 20 Footplate, On the, 373
  • Four-cylinder Compound Mineral, London and North-Western Railway, Mr. F. W. Webb 62, 66
  • Four-cylinder Petrol, Ordered by the North- Eastern Railway Company, (455)
  • Four-wheeled Coupled Passenger, Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland. Mr. E Cusack, 76, 77, 79
  • French, Construction of a First-class, 4, 54,103 105
  • Geared, Weighing Nearly 180 Tons, Built for the El Paso and Rock Island Railway, (61)
  • German Import and Export of, (85)
  • Goods, Cape Government Railways, Neilson. Reid and Co., 231, 232
  • Goods, Eight-coupled Heavy, Lancashire and Yorkshire, Messrs. J. A. F. Aspinall and H. A. Hoy, 112, 120
  • Goods and Tank, for the East Indian, (11)
  • Goods, for India, 187, 219, 237, 235, 311, 421 442, (553) ’ ’
  • Kobe Workshops, Cost of Eight and Six¬wheeled Coupled Tender and Tank, (544)
  • Large Geared, of the Shay Type, (148)
  • London and North-Western, “Charles Dickens” Completes its Two-millionth Mile, (211), 218
  • Loidonand North-Western, “Charles Dickens,” the American Engineering News on its Performance, (355)
  • Narrow-gauge Goods, Cape Government Rail¬ways, Mr. H. Beatty, (Supplements, September 5th and 19th, 1902), 283
  • Narrow-gauge, Unusually Large, Mexican Southern,(162)
  • New York Central, Naw Tandem Compound, Work Dane by, (211)
  • North-Eastern, (602)
  • Northern Pacific, Twenty-cm 11 Battleship,” (536)
  • Oil Burning, North-Eastern Railway Company, (395), (406), (443)
  • Oil Burning, on the South Pacific, (519)
  • Oil Burning, Texas, (395)
  • Oldest Working, in the World, 57
  • Orders for, Placed with Borsig, for India, 65
  • Order, the Largest Single ever Given out for, Placed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railway with an American Company, (61)
  • Orders for Twelve, Placed by the Graat Southern and Western of Ireland with an English Firm on account of Strike, (85)
  • Piston Valves for, 167, 169
  • Russian and Foreign-built, Running on Russian Railways, (257)
  • St. Petersburg and Warsaw Line, (565)
  • Sbay Gaared, United States, (266)
  • Shops, Electric Power in, (196)
  • Shop, Largo, United States, 621
  • Single, 616
  • Six-coupled Tank, Wraxham, Mold, and Connah’s Quay, Mr. F. Willans (Suppl inent, November 21rf, 1902), 495
  • Six-coupled Twelve-wheeled American, (266)
  • for South Africa, Messrs. Neilson, Reid and Co., (553)
  • Suburban, 398
  • Tank, for the Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway, Avonside Engine Company, 32’, 327
  • Tank, Six-coupled (The Donderland), for Norway, Messrs. Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited (Supplement, October 31st, 1902), 416, 419, 442
  • Types, Scientific Classification of, 331
  • United States, Increase of, Freight Carried and Ton Mileage between 1897 and 1901, (550)
  • United States, New Works and Capital In¬vested, (266) (280)
  • United States, Traction Engines and, (454)
  • Valve Gaar of, John Riekie’s Letter on, 68
  • Vienna Workshops Reduction in the Number of Employés, (544)
  • Water Arch in the Fire-box of, Experiments with, (372)
  • Wheels, Crescent-shaped Balances of, 619
  • Works, American, (148)

Railway News, Various:

  • Acetylene Lighting of Railway Stations, London, Brighton and South Coast, and London and South-Western, (211)
  • Aerial Railway for Transport of Ore, in South America, (137)
  • Africa, Lake Kisale towards Rhodesian, Capt. Jacques Charged with Survey of Frontier, (420)
  • Africa, West, Construction in, (417)
  • Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, Decrease in Number of Members, (11) ; Annual Congress of Delegates, (355); Mem¬bership of, (614)
  • Amalgamation of Belfast and Northern Counties with the Midland Company, (333), (355)
  • Amalgamations under Discussion, (316)
  • American Methods of Train Working, Mr. Wilson Worsdell on, (531)
  • American Railway Managers in England, “The Boot on the other Leg,” (582)
  • American, Report on the Working of, Lieut- Col. W. V. Constable, 195, 220, 242, 287, 335, 357, 379, 404, 428, 480, 551
  • Australia, A New Route to, by Stafford Ran¬some, 180
  • Australian, Railway Commissioners Appointed for Seven Years, (395)
  • Austrian Locomotive Engineers’ Union, (589)
  • Automatic Couplings, Controversy as to the Use of, (420)
  • Auto-cars, North-Eastern Railway Company, (443), (469), (481)
  • Automatic Porterage of Luggage, Orleans Rail¬way Station, Paris, (519)
  • Automatic Railway Coupling, Mr. A. T. Swaine on a New, (622)
  • Automobile Riilway Communication, Paris,
  • Birmiogham to London in One Hour Fifty-five Minutes, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 142
  • British and French Train Services, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 181. 201, 459, 538, 561
  • Chinese Imperial Railway Board, Mr. E Cousins Appointed Representative of the Bondholders, (395)
  • Chislehurst Tunnels, (443)
  • Club, (524)
  • Club, The, Visit to the Guildford Running Sheds, (210)
  • Coal Charges Reduced by the Great Central and North-Eastern, (221)
  • Companies and Owners’ Risk, 309, 333
  • Construction in West Africa, (417)
  • Crewe, Reception at, of Lieut. Davenport and Crewe Men from South Africa, (137)
  • Derailments of Trains, 241, 310
  • Dust Laying with Oil on, (233)
  • Dust Laying with Rock O.l on Paris Suburban Lines, (162)
  • Economy, 213
  • Electric Headlight for Locomotives, (328)
  • Engineering, Clever Bit of, on a Chicago Line, (162)
  • Engineering Feat at New Brunswick, (162)
  • Escalator ” in New York, (395)
  • Express Parcel Service on the Metropolitan District Riilway, (372)
  • Express Suisse, A New “ Train de Luxe," Ostend to Coire, (85)
  • Ferries, Cross-Channel Triin, Deputation to Investigate, (496)
  • Fog Signalling, (153), 310
  • Forged Passenger Tickets for Use on the Trans- Caucasus Railway, (519)
  • French Railway Companies, Six Principal, Length of Line Worked in 1900 by, (85)
  • German, I’aEsenger Traffic on, (316)
  • German Railway Crossings, Negligence on the Part of the Women Tending the, (614)
  • German Railways, Electric Lighting Experiments, (11)
  • Gilman, Mr. Chas. C., Death of, (137)
  • Gooday, Lieut.-Col. F. S., Appointment of, by the Secretary of War, (137)
  • Goods Station Work on the Piecework Principle at Cologne, (372)
  • Great Western. Prize Offered by Sir J. Wilkin¬son for an Essay on the Wagon Problem, (496)
  • Great Western, Widening of Lines and Station Improvements, (221)
  • Hudson and Manhattan Railway Company to Build a Tunnel in Jersey City, (395)
  • India, Classified List of Locomotive and Carriage Officers in, (280)
  • London and India Dock Company and the Rail¬way Companies' Mutual Concessions in the Interests of Heavy Traffic, (415)
  • London and North-Western, Station Improve¬ments, (221)
  • Louisville and Nashville Car Shops, Reconstruc¬tion of, (233)
  • Malay States, Penang to Singapore, 181
  • Moving Stairway in New York, (395)
  • New York Central and River Hudson Railway, Fast Run on, (137)
  • North-Eastern, Carriage Compartments with Cine Armchairs, (519); Old Age Pensions Scheme, (519)
  • North-Eastern, New Electric “Hall” Signalling System, (233)
  • North London, Passenger Traffic and Receipts and Expenses on, (162)
  • Oil for Laying Dust on, Use of, (233)
  • Oil Fuel for Locomotives, Experiments with, (3P5), (443)
  • Oil Fuel, Locomotives Burning, ia Texas, (395); Value of, as Compared with .Coal, Formula Giving, (496)
  • Oil Fuel for Locomotives, Southern Pacific Railway, (496); Huge Storage Tanks, (496)
  • Old Age Pension Scheme, North-Eastern Rail¬way, (519)
  • Owners’ R'sk, The Railway Companies and, 309
  • Paris Municipal Metropolitan, (61)
  • Passenger Traffic Returns for 1838 and 1900, (85)
  • Pennsylvania Railway, Advance in Freight Rates, (589)
  • Petrol, The Railway Companies and the Car¬riage of, (420), 423
  • Premiums Granted to Trainmen in Belgium for Punctual Arrival, (372)
  • Prussia, Proposed Abolition of Fourth Classes, (589)
  • Railway Club, Visit to the St. Albans Running Shed, (111)
  • Extension from Serembam to Kuala Gemas, 181
  • Mail Service, Annual Report of, (589)
  • Management, 591
  • Rates, The Question of, 220, (266)
  • Railwaymen's Congress, Financial Affairs of, (372)
  • Railways and Traders, (415)
  • Rates Campaign, The, 220, (266)
  • Rebates on the Fares, System of, when Trains aro Late, (519)
  • Rope Incline Railway, United States of America, (622)
  • Russia, Honeymoon Cars, (589)
  • Russia's Protest against the Anglo-Chinese Railway Agreement to be Withdrawn, (61)
  • Russian Railways, Number of Employés on, (11)
  • Russian Railway Orders, 400
  • Russian Railway Schools, (519)
  • Salisbury Station, The New, (376)
  • Signalling, Automatic and Power, London and South-Western Railway. (233) in Belgium, Adoption of the Up¬wardly-inclined Semaphore Arm, (395)
  • Block, American. 596 by Electricity, 501
  • Fog, (153), 310
  • The “Hall" Electric System, North-Eastern Railway, (233)
  • Pneumatic, on the London and South-Western, 598
  • Simplon Tunnel, The, 4, 101,177, 186,204, 205, 411, 414, 418
  • Snow Ploughs for Russian State Railways, - (372)
  • South-Eastern, Issue of New Capita), (614)
  • Steel Viaduct, The Des Moines, United States, 392
  • Suburban Traffic, 113
  • Swindon Works, The Newt Supplements, October 3rd and Ylth, 1902), 325
  • Switchback Centrifugal Railway, Inventor of the, Sir W. H. Bailey on, (487)
  • Taff Vale Case, The. 615
  • Telephoning, (35), 148
  • Tientsin to Liverpool by the Trans-Siberian, Time taken by Letters from, (355)
  • Total Length of, Open for Traffic in Europe on January 1st, 1902 and 1901, (614)
  • Train Telephones, United States, (35)
  • Tube Schemes, Collapse of Rival, 399
  • Tunnels, Cbislehurst, (443)
  • Tunnel from Cray Reservoir in connection with Swansea Waterworks, (496)
  • Tunnel in Jersey City to Connect Two Termini, (395)
  • United Kingdom, Traffic, Receipts, Mileage, 1901, (183)
  • United States, Another Huge Railway Com¬bination in, (280)
  • United States, Comparisons in Railroad Equip¬ments of Cars and Locomotives between 1897 and 1901, (550)
  • United States Railways, Statistics of, 493
  • Wages, Scale of, and Hours of Work on the Caledonian and North British Systems, (420)
  • Washouts on the Cape Government Railways, 378
  • Water Arch in Fire - box of Locomotive, Experiments on the Montana Central with, (372)
  • Wireless Telegraphy on the Grand Trunk Rail¬way, Experiments with, (420)
  • Wood Fuel on Rarsian Lines to be Discontinued in favour of Coal, (420)
  • Wood Fuel on United States Lines, Locomotives Changed to Burn, (420)
  • Woredell, Mr. H. Appointment of, (137)
  • Yorke, Col. H. A., Sent by Board of Trade to America to Report on Working of Lines, (211)

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • Pile Drivers, U.S.A., (622)
  • Proposed Rail Convention, Germany, England, and Belgium, (191)
  • Quick Renewal of, 363
  • Repair of, 214
  • Steel, for American Railways, (469)
  • Steel Rails for Wagon Roads, American, (46)
  • Steel, Victorian Government ask for Tenders for, (85)

Railways, Rolling Stock:

  • Additional, for the East Indian Railway, (11)
  • American, for the Monongahela Connecting Railway, (199)
  • American Railway Carriage and Wagon Works, (210)
  • Autocar Trains on the North-Eastern, 620
  • Central South African, Order placed in England for, (280)
  • Dining Cars to hold Thirty-six People, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, (233)
  • Great Northern, New Breakfast and Lunoheon Cars, (589)
  • Indian, East Bengal State, Orders for, (336)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Wagons to Carry 30 Tons, (395)
  • Mansell Railway Wheels, “Boardite” for the Centres, (455)
  • New, Great Western Railway of Ireland, 76, 77. 79
  • North-Eastern, New Form of Compartment, furnished with Cane Armchairs, (519)
  • Prussian State Contracts, (614)
  • Royal Train (Supplement, December 26th, 1902), i (589), 612
  • Russia, Honeymoon Cars, (589)
  • St. Petersburg and Warsaw, Non-inflammable, to be Fired at Eydtkiihnen, (565)
  • Siberian Railway, (372)
  • Sleeping Car, Rhodesian Railway Company, 108
  • South Africa, Government Orders for, (544), (553)
  • Brake Levers on both Sides of Wagons, Pro¬posed Rule with respect to (469)
  • Sudan Railway, 208, 209
  • United States, Increase of Passenger and Freight Cars between 1897 and 1901, (550)
  • Wagons, Cattle or Sheep, Mr. W. Theodore
  • Lucy, Argentine Railways, 401, 402 Goods, to Carry 30 Tons, Lancashire and Yorkshire, (395) High-capacity Bogie, Midland Rail¬way, Leeds Forge Company, 31, 499
  • Pressed Steel, The American Car and Foundry Company, (97)
  • Problem, Prize Offered by Sir J. Wilkinson for the best Essay on, (496)
  • Question, The, 235, 266
  • Tank, with Interchangeable Axles, for Transport of Russian Naphtha, (496)
  • 32-Ton Hrpper, New South Wales Government Railways, (505)
  • Wheels, Boardite, (455), 501
  • Wheel Centres, Manufacturedin Boardite, (455)
  • RAINFALL, British Central African Protectorate, (162)
  • near Darjeeling, Terrific, (420)
  • June, (11)
  • August, Less than Supposed, (303)
  • during November, (614)
  • at Hampton, (280)
  • at Surat, (185)
  • Rates, Revolt against Rising, (378)
  • Reavell Air Compressor, The, 182
  • Refrigerating Installations on the Cedric, (355)
  • Refuse at the Destructors, Value and Use made of, (469)
  • Destructor, Gloucester, (345)
  • Mr. W. F. Goodrich on, (469)
  • with Offices, Wolverhampton, Proposed, (395)
  • Plant at Walker-on-Tyne, (565)
  • Ra-beaters, 139, 194, 241, 285
  • Rendel, Mr. Hamilton, 307
  • Resistance of Immersed Bodies, C. C. Mason, 573
  • Rice-cleaning Plant, Want of a, (10)
  • Richardson, Mr. Joseph, (337)
  • Rifle Attachment Worked by Compressed Air, (162)
  • R-fle Clubs, Lieut.-General F. Lance on Miniature, (395)
  • Rifle, New Magazine, 493
  • Rivers, Pollution of, 369
  • Rivers Pollution, Belgian Royal Commission on, 493
  • Riveting Machine, Grip, Allen Pneumatic Machine Company, 596
  • Road Maintenance and Road Maintenance Effi¬ciency, Cost of, W. Worby Beaumont, 386
  • Roberts-Austen, Sir Wm. Chandler, 514
  • Robinson, Prof. Henry, Elected “Prof. Emeritus,” 114
  • Rolling Black Plate, Machinery for, at Pittsburg, (211)
  • Rooang Volcano, (211)
  • Rope, Remarkable Coil of Inter-stranded Cotton¬driving, Wm. Kenyon and Sons, (420)
  • Ropner, Col., Knighted, (482)
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show :
  • Annual Report of the Society, (589)
  • Bale Opener, Richmond and Chandler (Ulus.), 30, 31
  • Brick and Tile-making Machinery, Pallan and Mann, Swinney BroB., Limited, Mr. R. Scholefield, 31
  • Dairy Implements, 31
  • Date and Place of Show, 1903, Prizes, (589)
  • Drill, Corn, Root Pulper, Mr. J. Murch, 30
  • Drill, Swede and Mangold, Mr. Jas. Coultas, 30
  • Engines, Steam, 31
  • Harvesting Potatoes, Mr. Jas. Ball, 30
  • Hydrolifter, H. P. Saunderson and Co., Limited, 31
  • Members Elected, New, (542)
  • Motor Vehicles, Heavy, Foden’s, Mann’s, and the Yorkshire Steam Motor Company’s, 30
  • Oil Engines, R. Cundall and Sons, Limited, and the Robey-Saurer (Illus.), 30
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show (ronh’n W€cZ) 5
  • Seed Harrows, Ogle and Son, 30
  • Swath Turner, Blackstone and Co., Limited, 30
  • Well-sinking Frame, Hardy Patent Pick Com¬pany, Limited (Ilins.), 29, 30
  • Wind Motors, 31

Royal Institution:

  • Lecture Arrangements before Eister, (571)
  • Lectures, Christmas, Prof. H. S. Hele-Shaw, («2)
  • Monthly Meetings, (43), (451)

Royal Meteorological Society:

  • Readings of Aneroid Barometers not Accepted by the Society from its Observers, (ill) Royal Naval Engineering College, Key ham, Control of, (85)

Royal Philosophical Society of Glas¬gow :

  • Celebration of Centenary, (443)

Royal Society:

  • Alloys of the Gold-Silver Series, by Sir W. C. B Roberts-Austen and Mr. T. K. Rose, (589)
  • Royles’ Engineering Works, Irlam, 16, 17
  • Russia’s Export Trade, Development of, (211)
  • Russian Grain Export Returns, (257)
  • Russian Metallurgical Trust, 493
  • Russian Trade with the Persian Gulf, Subsidy to Develop, (61)
  • Russian Workmen, Training of, 114
  • Russo-Japanese Association, The Rumoured, (280)
  • Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, Messrs., Annual Dinner, (570)

S

  • SAFETY Lamps, Ark’s, (211)
  • Salt Works, Sardinia, Improvements Effected in, (35)
  • Samples Taken into Switzerland by German, French, and British Travellers, (565) Sand Blast Sharpened Files. 256
  • Schapler Fire Escape, The, 81, 82
  • Scboler Suction Dredge, Nicolaus, (257)
  • Screw Gauges, International System of, Adopted , in the French Navy, (111)
  • Screw Propulsion, 477
  • Screw Pump, Mr. H. Jones, 142
  • Seismographs, How the Records are Made in, (111)
  • Separator, Fletcher’s Patent, (337)
  • Sewage, Bacterial Treatment of, New Zealand, (454)
  • Sewers, Concrete and Expanded Metal, Penn¬sylvania, (257)
  • Sewerage System of London, Area and Population Served by, (469)
  • Sewage Treatment, Natural and Artificial, 620
  • Sewage Works, Manchester, 282
  • Sheffield, Smoke Consumption Bye-laws, (35)
  • Sheffield University College, New Building, Scheme, (211)
  • Shipley Sewage Disposal, (15)

Shipping Accidents:

  • Boating Accident on the Tyne, (85)
  • Brighton Queen on the Rocks off Hasting’, (137)
  • Collision off the Elbe, 119
  • Destroyer Zephyr Aground, (525), 547
  • French Submarine Le Francais, Explosion on Board, (257)
  • Hamburg-American Company's S.S Deutsch¬land, Starboard Engine Disabled, (614)
  • Hamburg - American Liner First Bismarck Breaks her Starboard Thrust Shaft, (211) H.M.S. Kent, (496)
  • Rio de Janeiro, Diving Machine for Locating the Wreck of, (395)
  • Statistical Summary of Vessels Totally Lost, Condemned, &o , during 1901, (303)
  • Sultan, s s., German East Africa L:ne, 401
  • Torpedo B oat Destroyer Fairy, (589)

Shipping News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Admiralty, Decision regarding Completion for Sea of Ships Built by Private Firms, (257)
  • Order affecting the Torpedo Fleet, (355)
  • Asks Private Shipbuilders to Ten¬der for New Class of Battleship, (395)
  • Request for Shipwrights and Mechanics to Volunteer for Work at the Cape, (233) Scheme of Reforms, 567
  • Scheme with regard to the Use of a Part of the Osborne Grounds, ’ (565)
  • America Cup Challenge, The, 391
  • Anchor, Stockless, The Largest, ever made, (395)
  • Antwerp, Vessels Entering the Port of, during Nine Months of 1902, (372)
  • A’suAu Dam and Assiout Weir (Supplement, December 19tl<, 1902), 558, 559, 563, 580
  • Atlantic Passengers Landed at New York in , One Day, Largest Number, (233)
  • Atlantic Steam Shipping Trade, 329
  • Avonmoutb, Bristol, and Boston, U.S.A., Line of Steamers between, (328)
  • British Battleships Painted Grey, 307
  • British India Steam Navigation Co., Limited, Twin-screw s.s. Yamuna Launched on the Wear, (496)
  • British, Sir John Glover’s Paper on the Tonnage Statistics for 1891-1900, 31
  • Canada and South Africa, Steamship Service between, (395)
  • Chili’s Attempts to Sell her Warships, 307 Clyde and the New Cunarders, The, 353 Conference at Ostend of German and British Representatives of Steamship Lines Running to the Plate, (303)
  • Consolidation of Shipyards on the Great Lakes, Rumoured from Cleveland, (85)
  • Canard Company and the Government. 325, 352, 353
  • English Vessels Launched in June, (11)
  • Enterprise, American, 38
  • French Naval Manoeuvres, 41, 179
  • French Navy, The, 471
  • German Manoeuvres, Naval and Military Com¬bined, 261
  • German Navy, The, (136)
  • Germany, Shipping Supplied by Foreign Builders to, (872)
  • Japan, (443)
  • Japan, Naval Expansion Programme, (355)
  • Japanese Shipping Subsidies, 15
  • Khaki Discarded for German Torpedo Craft. 525
  • Lingham Timber and Trading Company’s Line of Steamers, (443)
  • Liquid Fuel for Steamships, 104, 140
  • Liquid Fuel for Warships, 472, 476, 486, 549
  • Liquid Fuel for Yachts, (376)
  • Manchester and Boston, Establishment of a Regular Service between, (372), (496)
  • Marseilles a Port of Call for Thirty-six Shipping Companies, (111)
  • Mediterranean and Channel Fleet Manoeuvres, 261
  • Mexican Gulf Ports and Delagoa Bay, Service between, (443)
  • Naval Engineers, 144, 311
  • Naval Review, Photographs of, 261; Special Trains to Southampton, 183
  • Naval War Game Soc , Portsmouth, Remark¬able Action in the Naval War Game, 400 Navigation Congress, The Ninth International, 6, 40, 52, 80, 103, 129
  • Navy, Stokers for the, (565), (614)
  • Normand, Mr. J. A., on the Strength of very Rapid Vessels, 326
  • Ocean Carrying Trade between New York and Europe, Tonnage of the Largest Steamships Employed Thirty Years Ago and now in,
  • Odessa and the Persian Gulf, Service of Boats between, (328)
  • Official Returns of Shipping Supplied to Ger¬many, (372)
  • Oil Fuel in the United States Navy, 472, 476
  • Oil as Fuel in Warships, 472, 476, 486, 549
  • Oldest Ship in the World, the Anita, Sold at Teneriffe, to be Broken up, (137)
  • Portsmouth, Workmen and Wages, (565)
  • Propeller Efficiency, (376)
  • Propeller Shaft, Repairing a, 404
  • Protection of Funnels in Warships, 43
  • Refrigerating Installations on the Cedric, (355)
  • Russian Visitors, Our, 525
  • San Francisco and Hilo, Hawaii, Steam Service between, (35)
  • Screw Propellers, The Admiralty’s Instructions with regard to Testing Efficiency of, 305
  • Seamen Employed on Sea-going Vessels, Par¬liamentary Roturn, (344)
  • Shipping Subsidies, 193
  • South African Service, Organisation of a Special. (395), (443), (496)
  • Speed of Canal Steamers, (189)
  • Speed Record, American, (303)
  • Steamship Propulsion, 194
  • Steering Gear ? 144
  • Strength of Very Rapid Vessels, M. J. A. Nor¬mand on the, 326
  • Submarine Warfare, 329
  • Submarines, “Handy Ones,”on British, daring the Recent Trials, (233)
  • Tonnage of Vessels Entered at Ports in the United Kingdom, (185), (233)
  • Tonnage of Vessels using New South Wales Ports, 1901, (233)
  • Trade of Newport, (256)
  • United States Fleet Mamcuvres Projected for Next Winter, (185)
  • Navy Estimates, (395)
  • Navy, Oil Fuel Tests, Unofficial Data, (303)
  • Policy with regard to Relative Importance of Battery Power and Speed, (496)
  • War Uses of Fast Merchantmen, The, 352, 353

Ships: Battleships, British:

  • Ajax to be Sold, (233), 237 Albemarle, Cost of the, (372)
  • to be Prepared for her Steam Trials, (519)
  • Ready for Trial, 547
  • Belleisle, Experimental Hatchway and Screen on, 65
  • Gunnery Experiments with, (61), 133, 135, 138
  • Programme for Next Experi¬ments, 307
  • Steering Gear, 194
  • Belloropbon, (469)
  • Canopus, Trouble with hor Belleville Boilers, 376, 561
  • Centurion, 65, 394
  • Dominion, Progress of, (21)
  • Duncan, (426)
  • Eight New, Cost of the, (372)
  • Exmoutb, (358), 547
  • Good Hope, The, (353) (525)
  • Hood, (443), (469), (565)
  • Howe to be Re-fitted at Jarrow-on-Tyne, (137)
  • Decision respecting, (614)
  • Inflexible, Glatton, and Neptune Re¬moved from tho Effective List, (286)
  • King Edward V1L, Armour for, (221)
  • Launch of, 325 Material Worked into Hull of, (280)
  • Time of Completion for Sea, (372)
  • Majestic, (588) Maori, 325
  • Mars, Her Boilers to be Adapted to Liquid Fuel, (372)
  • Montague, Speed Trials, (283), (358), 547
  • New Zealand, 825
  • Royal Sovereign, 65
  • Russell, (496)

Ships

Battleships, Foreign

  • American, Eight New, 160, (185)
  • Austrian, Babenberg, 237, 325, 353, 444, 447
  • Chilian, (21), 65, (162), 307
  • French, Charles Marte), 261
  • Bépnblique, (233), 237 255, 259
  • Suffren, 237, 261
  • German, Braunschweig, 594, 610, (614)
  • Five of the H Class, 237
  • Kaiser Friedrich III., 15
  • Wettin, 451
  • Wittelsbach, 610
  • Wittelsbach Class, 237
  • Zachringen, 83, 86
  • Greek, Psara, 261
  • Japan, Four New, (353)
  • Portuguese, Vasco di Gama, 451
  • Russian, Alexander II., 547
  • Nikolai I., 307
  • Oleg, First Keel Plate Laid, (85)
  • Orel, Launched, (85)
  • Osliabia, 525
  • Plawa, (443)
  • I’obieda, 15, 525
  • Swedish, of the Aera Type, Projected, Turkish, Contract with the Ansaldo Shipbuilding Yard at Genoa for Im¬provement of, (111)
  • United States, Connecticut, Electric Equipment of, 207, 212, 325, (496), (614)
  • Eight New, 160,(185) Illinois, 15
  • Louisiana, 207, 212, 325, 451
  • Louisiana Type, Pro¬jected, 525
  • Maine, Speed Trials, (211), 261, (280)

Cruisers. British:

  • Achilles, HerName Changed to Hibernia. 394
  • Amethyst, (496), 547 Antrim, Armour for, (221) Arethusa, 499
  • Aurora, to be Re-fitted at John Brown and Co.’s Works, (137)
  • Barham, (426)
  • Bedford, Steam Trials, (II); to be Fitted with Larger Propellers, (137), 142; Fitting for Liquid Fuel, 547
  • Berwick, Launch of, 302, (303)
  • Bonaventure, (544)
  • Challenger, 286, 353
  • Cornwall Launched, (420)
  • Cumberland, 588, (589)
  • Donegal, Launch of, 261
  • Drake, Speed Trial, 325, (328)
  • Drake Class, Four Mighty "Armoured. of the, (290)
  • Duke of Edinburgh Class, A New, 547,
  • Duke of Edinburgh Class, New Cruiser of, (443); Mr. Watte, 498
  • Eleven New, Cost of the, (372), (443)
  • Encounter, 286, 353
  • Euryalus, 501
  • First and Third-class, Ordered by the Admiralty, (544)
  • Flora, 499
  • Galatea, (610)
  • Hyacinth, Competitive Trials with the Minerva, (469), (547); Leaky Feed Pumps, (211)
  • Inconstant, Project for Converting her into a Permanent Training Ship. (565)
  • Intrepid, (426), 353
  • Kent, (589)
  • King Alfred, Speed Trials, (358)
  • Medusa, 353
  • Minerva, Propellers of, (211)
  • Niobo, (544)
  • Phreton, 499
  • Scout Class of Small, 499
  • Spartiate, Steam Trials, (61)
  • Subsidised Mercantile, 593
  • Suffolk, (589)
  • Terrible, Speed Trials, 194, 325
  • Topaz, (496), 547
  • Watts’ Class of, 499

Cruisers, Foreign:

  • American, Vesuvius, 237
  • Argentine, General Rica and Genera Mitra, Turkey Proposes Buying, 261
  • Argentine, Rividavia, 451
  • French, Chateau-Renault, Speed Trials (Hl)
  • Jeanno d’Arc, 237
  • Jurien de la Gravière, 476
  • Kleber, 332, 334
  • German, Arkona, (162)
  • Frauenlob, (162) "J,” (162)
  • Italian, Carlo Alberto, Wireless Telegraphy, (111), (496)
  • Japan, Several New, (353)
  • Japanese, Takassgo, 142
  • Russian, Askold, 10, 12
  • Aurora, 588 Bayan, (525)
  • Bogatyr, 261, 525
  • A New Fast, (185)
  • Novik, (426), (525)
  • Pamiat Azova, 325
  • United States, Baltimore, (614)
  • Desmoines, 325, (355);
  • Galyeston, 325
  • Tennessee and Washing¬ton (Supplement,Novem¬ber Uth, 1902), 468, (495)
  • Vesuvius, (395)

Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats, dec.

British :

  • Scouts, Four Ordered, Their Names, (443), 588
  • Scouts, Tenders Accepted by the Ad¬miralty for Construction of, (420)
  • Sloop Merlin, Trials of, (469), (496)
  • Submarines, Admiralty’s Experiments with, (303), (355)
  • at Barrow, Experiments with, (85), 91
  • Al, Trials of, (233)
  • Nos. 1 and 3, 394
  • No. 2, Trial of, (211), 215
  • Hazard, 261
  • Latona, 261, (588)
  • Launch of the Sixth, Built by Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, (47)
  • Painted Green, British, 237
  • Periscopes Fitted to, 325, (355)
  • Three More, (589)
  • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, Fairy, (589)
  • Wolf, Tests at Portsmouth, (565)
  • Zephyr Aground, (525), 547
  • Nine Now, (280), 376
  • Nos. 109 and 110 Launched, (85), (257)
  • Strength of, to be Tested at Portsmouth, (519)
  • Structural Strength of, 164
  • Surly, Experi¬ments with Liquid Fuel, 307
  • Torpedo Boats to be Fitted with Water¬tube Boilers, 451
  • Torpedo Fleet, Important Admiralty Order affecting the, (355)
  • Torpedo Gunboat Circe, (15)
  • Gossamer, 194, (358), (588)
  • Niger, (358) Tarbine Destroyer Velox, 547

Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats, &c.

Foreign:

  • French Submarines, 329. 397
  • Torpedo Boat, No. 84,
  • Attached to the Ecole Navale, Brest, 476
  • Torpedo Boat, No. 108, The “ Mystery” of the, (588), (610)
  • German Point of View, Submarines from the, 502
  • Submarine of the Holland Type, 261
  • Torpedo Boats to be Painted Brown-grey Khaki, 91
  • Mexico, Four Destroyers Ordered, 15
  • Swedish Torpedo Boat Destroyer Mode Launched from Yarrow’s Works, (85), 108, 261
  • United States Submarine Boats Adder and Mocassin Trials, (496), (519), 582
  • United States Submarine Torpedo Boat Ihe Protector, New Type of, (544), 547,562

Mercantile, Passenger, and other. British :

  • Atlantic Liners, The New, 325, 352’ 368
  • Atlantic Liner City of Rome, Her Melan¬choly End, 415
  • Bristol and South African Ports, Regular Steamship Service between, (496)
  • Canada to South Africa, Monthly Service of Steamers, (239)
  • Canadian Fast Mail Service between this Country and the Dominion, (111)
  • Channel Steamers, High-speed, 433
  • Cross - Channel Passenger Steamship Services, 230, 272, 279, (285)
  • Cflnard Company and the Government, The, 325, 352, 368, (505)
  • Liners, New, 136, 157, 473, 496, (505), (589), 592
  • Liner Campania, (11), (395)
  • Liner Carpatbia, 136
  • Liner Ivernia, (233)
  • Liner Lucania, (395)
  • Denny and Brothers, Wm., Turbine Steamers for London, Brighton and South Coast and South-Eastern and Chatham Railways, (355)
  • Duke of Connaught, John Brown and Co., Limited, for the Lancashire and Yorkshire and London and North- Western Railway Companies, (395)
  • Ferry Steamers for Trains, Denmark, (496)
  • Great Eastern Railway Company, Chan¬nel Steamers of the, 272, 279
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire and London and North-Western Railway Com¬panies’ Fleet, (370), (381), (395)
  • Lifeboats under Charge of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, (443)
  • Lyssgbts, Limited, Steamship Service between Bristol and South African Porte, (496)
  • Manchester and Boston, Steamship Service between, (372), (496)
  • Melville, Elder, Dempster Liner, Steam¬ship Service between Canada and South Africa, (395)
  • Ontarian, Allan Brothers, Steamship Service between Canada and South Africa, (395)
  • Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Launch of the Victoria for tbe, (150)
  • Paddle Steamer, Lady Tyler, Engines or R. and E. Hawthorne, 272, 273, 279
  • Passenger and Cargo Steamer for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. (370)
  • Prince Steamship Company, the Tudor Prince, the African Prince, and Two Others, for New York and South African Service, (614)
  • Shallow Draught Steamer, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 190
  • Steamboat ? The First, 143
  • Steam Tugs for Colombo Port, (11)
  • Turbine Propulsion for Ships of Com¬merce, 164
  • Steamer for London, Brighton, and South Coast, Wm. Denny and Brothers, (355)
  • Steamer for South-Eastern and Chatham, Wm. Denny and Brothers, (355)
  • Steam Yacht b, (420), 424
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Steamer for Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, (370), (381)
  • Yacht, Emerald Turbine Steam, A. Stephen and Sons, Limited, (420), 424
  • Liquid Fuel for, (376), 476
  • Shamrock IIL, Denny Brothers, 391, (395)
  • Victoria and Albert, (395)
  • Yamuna, for the British India Steam Navigation Company, Sir Jas. Laing, Limited, (496)

Mercantile, Passenger, and other. Foreign:

  • American Liner SL Paul, (211)
  • American Seven-masted Schooner, 612
  • American Steam Yacht Arrow, Speed Record, (303)
  • Austrian-Lloyd, Direct Line of Cargo Steamers, Trieste to Durban, (11)
  • Danish Steamer, with Screw Placed Amidships, (565)
  • French Steamer, 7000-Ton, for the Com¬pagnie Havraise, Soclété des Forges et Chantiers, (355)
  • German Emperor's New Yacht, Meteor IIL, 172
  • Hamburg-American Company’s Steam¬ship Deutschland Disabled, (614)
  • Hamburg-American Liner Fiirst Bis¬marck, Breaks her Starboard Thrust Shaft, (211)
  • Italian Company Project a Passenger and Cargo Service between Odessa and Naples, (137)
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Steamer, Grosser Kurlii ret, the Largest to GoTbroughtbe . Suez Canal, (420)
  • Norddeutscber Lloyd Steamer Saale, Fate of the, (162)
  • Russian Danube Steamship Company about to be Disbanded, (565)
  • Russian Icebreaker Yermak to be Fitted with Stronger Screws, (11)
  • Russian Icebreaker Yermak to be Enrolled as a Vessel of the Imperial Navy, (443)
  • Scholer Suction Dredge, Tho, (257)
  • Seven-masted Schoener Launched in Massachusetts, (85)
  • United States Lake Survey, Catamarans foi^tbe, (185)

Shipbuilding, British and Colonial. Naval and Mercantile:

  • Aberdeen Line of Messrs. G. Thompson and Co., Two Large Steamers for, with the Aberdeen Clipper Bow, (150)
  • Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Government Work Secured, (553)
  • Battleship Placed with Messrs. John Brown and Co., (315)
  • Belfast, Record in its History, (443)
  • Clydebank, Experimental Tank, Messrs. J,
  • Brown and Co., Limited, (242)
  • Clydebank Shipbuilding Firm, New Tanks for Ship Model Experiments, (585)
  • Clyde, Nava), 549
  • and the New Canardera, The, 353
  • Six Months’, 15 ; Daring September (328), (338); During October, (443)
  • Trust, New Works, 263
  • Yards, Short Time in, (547)
  • Continental Competition, (505)
  • Depression of the Trade, (303). 315, (337), (481), (505), (553), (565), (601), (623)
  • Dovonport Dockyard, Pressure of Work at. (137)
  • Deckyard Repairs, 476
  • Elswick and Walker Shipyards, Fifty Years’ Work at the, 620
  • English, for Germany, (372)
  • English, in June, August, September, October, November, (11), (233), (372), (469), (544)
  • Interests of Canada, Protection of the, (469)
  • Irvine Shipbuilding and Dry Docks Company, Orders Secured, (553)
  • Lloyd's Register of, (85). (372)
  • Naval, on the Clyde, 549
  • Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Launch of the Victoria for, (150)
  • Palmer Shipbuilding Company’s Works, Fire at, (85); Thirty-seventh Annual Report of the Directors, (315)
  • Palmer Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Government Work on Hand, (553)
  • Plate Dent Straightener, Mr. F. Wilson's, 67
  • Pneumatic Tools in the Navy, 41
  • Propeller Efficiency, (376)
  • Scotch, during June, August, September, October, November, (11), (257), (372), (469), (544)
  • Screw Propulsion, (476)
  • Ships Built for the Navy by Private Firms, The Admiralty’s Decision respecting, (257)
  • Slackness and Depression Greater than since 1886, (601), (623)
  • Sunderland Yards, Unemployed in the, (565)
  • United Kingdom on June 30th last, Warships and other, under Construction in, (85)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Extensions to their Works at Barrow, (544)
  • Warships and Machinery Building in England, _ Progress of, 606
  • Yacht, Shamrock III., Denny Bros., 391, (395)

Shipbuilding, Naval and Mercantile, Foreign:

  • Barcelona, (85)
  • Black Sea or the Azoff under Russian Manage¬ment with German Capital, (233)
  • Emden, (372)
  • Floating Machine Shop Built on a Scow, for Repairing Ships, (496)
  • French Ship Design, The Genius of, 259
  • French, Statistics of, (496)
  • German on the Black Sea, under Russian Man- B agement, (233)
  • German, The Financial Results of, 323
  • Germania Shipyard at Kiel, Slackness of Work, „ (443)
  • Italy, for Turkey, (111)
  • Russian Navy, Foreigners and the, 188
  • Russia, Scheme for the Payment of Bounties £ for, (290)
  • United States, (46), (111), (185)
  • Lake Survey Catamarans, under Construction for, by the Jenks Company, (185)
  • New Trust, (185)
  • New Works, (266)
  • September Returns, (395)
  • Warship, 545
  • Vulcan Company, Stettin, Gift of Land at Cuxhaven to, (328)
  • SUORT, Mr. Sidney Howe, 417
  • Siberia, North, Expedition to Explore, in the Interests of Trade, (372)
  • Sibley College, 467, 470
  • Signalling, Fog, 18, 69, 95, 153
  • Signals, Coast Fog, N. G. Gedge on, 18, 69, 95 ’
  • Silver and Lead, Production o’, Queensland, 1901, (137)
  • Simons, Mr. Wm., 417
  • Simplon Tunnel and its Construction, 4. 101,177, 186, 204, 205, 411, 414, 418, (589), 607
  • Sky-scraper Building, New York, Remarkable, (162)
  • Slow-combustion Stoves and M. E. Zola’s Death, , (328)
  • Smithfield Show, The, (544), 569
  • Smoke Nuisance in Sheffield, (35)
  • Smoke Prevention, Mr. J. S. Raworth, 302
  • Smokeless Consumption of Bituminous Fuels, Mr. W. H. Booth on, 302 '
  • Snow-plongb, New Kind of, (11)

Society of Arts:

  • Atoms, Size of, Mr. H. O. Ridout, 522
  • Fothergill Prize, (15), (606)
  • Gas Lighting, Professor B. V. Lewes on the Future of, (589)
  • Meetings, Papers, and Lectures before Christ¬mas, (482)
  • Silver Medal, Papers for which it has been Awarded, (42)

Society, Bath and West and Southern Counties:

  • Extension of Area, (443)
  • Medals to be Offered for Driving Mowing and Reaping Machines by Mechanical Power, (443)
  • Meeting of the Show Dates Committee, (96)

Society, Boilermakers*:

  • Monthly Report—Trade Outlook not so Bad, (589)

Society, Civil and Mechanical En¬gineers’:

  • Coast Fog Signals, N. G. Gedye, 18

Society, Crystal Palace Engineering:

  • Wilson Premium Awarded to C. S. Dowell, (624)

Society, East London Technical Col¬lege Engineering:

  • Protection of Bail dings from Fire, Mr. G. PriDgle, (540)

Society, Edinburgh Students’ Engi¬neering:

  • American Notes, Principal Laurie, (493)

Society of Engineers:

  • Conversazione, 549
  • Forty-eighth Annual General Meeting, Mr. P. Griffiths in the Chair, 570
  • Hennebique System of Ferro-concrete Con¬struction, M. Augustus de Rohan Galbraith, (355)

Society of Engineers, The Amalgamated :

  • Commission Sent by Mr. Mosely to the United States, (405)
  • Drastic Action of the Executive, (355)
  • Latter from Mr. Geo. N. Barnes, 523
  • Provisional Agreement with the Engineering Employers’ Federation, 280, 289
  • Trade Union Candidates on behalf of the Society to Contest Seats in Parliament, (395)

Society, Glasgow Technical College Scientific:

  • Potentiometer, Mr. J. W. Peck, (554)

Society, Glasgow University Engineering:

  • Annual Dinner, (620)
  • Bridge Construction, Modern Practice in, Mr. J. R. Orr on, 515
  • Opening Meeting, Dr. Caird’s Address, (460)
  • Transmission of Power to the Interior of Mites, Mr. T. L. Galloway, (569)

Society, King’s College Engineering:

  • Annual Dinner, (561)

Society, Liverpool Engineering:

  • Date of Dinner, (622)

Society, Manchester Geological:

  • Coal-cutting by Machinery, Mr. A. Dury Mitton, (575)

Society, Manchester Literary and Philosophical

  • Switchback Centrifugal Railway, Inventor of the, Sir W. H. Bailey on, (487)

Society of Model Engineers:

  • Visit to the Rigby Works of Messrs. Willans and Robinson, Limited, (98)

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders:

  • 255

Society, Physical:

  • Atoms, Size of, Mr. H. 0. Ridout, 522

Society of Railway Servants, The Amalgamated:

  • Annual Meeting of Delegates and Mr. R. Bell’s r Report, (355)
  • Decrease in Number of Members, (11)

Society, Yorkshire College Engineer¬ing:

  • Diesel Oil Engine, H. Ade Clark, 585
  • t Engineering in Canada and the United States, Prof. Goodman, (404)
  • .Engines for Motor Cars, Internal Combustion, Mr. F. G. Heseldio, (541)
  • B Metallic Packing, Mr. A. McSwiney, (502)
  • Traverse Surveying, Some Considerations on Prof. Thompson, (451)
  • SOUTH AFRICA, Cycles for, 45
  • from an Engineer’s Point of ’ View, 64, 93, 225, 247, 275,
  • 293, 319, 341, 389, 415. 433, 535, 539, 557, 579, 605
  • Germany’s Trade with, 45
  • Irrigation of, 114
  • Spain, Cotton Spinning and Weaving Machinery >n> (Hl)
  • Speeds of Toothed Wheels, Greatest, (35)
  • Stamford, Roman Remains Discovered at, (257)
  • Starch-making in Damascus, (137)
  • Steam, 43, 93, 144
  • Steam, Exhaust, Economical Use of, (519)
  • Steam Ploughing in South Africa, 93, 144

Steel:

  • Allis-Andrews System, The, (456)
  • Annealing of Low Carbon Mild, Herr E. Heyn, 250
  • Austrian and Hungarian, “Cartel,” (519)
  • A. W. Cutting, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whit¬worth and Co.’s own Brand, (149)
    - Belgian for Bierut, (61)
  • Compression of, by Wiredrawing during n Solidification in the Ingot Mould, M. A. Har- mit, 251
  • Converters, Acid-lined, Replaced by the Basic n Process, (328)
  • Cutlery, Prof. Arnold on, (280), 282
  • Deterioration of, from Vibration, 271
  • Direct Production of, from Ore, Mons. Her- S noult's Process, (111)
  • Dome, A Large, (378)
  • Effect of Re-heating on the Coarse Structure of Overheated, K. F. Giiransson, 599
  • Foreign Trade in, September, (359)
  • German v. English, 43
  • German Exports to Russia, (185)
  • Harmit Ingot Pres3, The, 252
  • High-speed Cutting, The Use of, Mr. Miley on, (440)
  • High-speed Tool, New Process, Bismarck Furnace, Silesia, (544)
  • Industries, Iron and, Application of Electric Power for, Mr. Selby Bigge on, 252
  • Iron and, at the Dusseldorf Exhibition, Prof. H. Wedding, 250
  • Local Case Hardening for Articles of, (61) Manufacture, Output, and Profits in, 276
  • Open-hearth, in Great Britain, in First Half of 1902 and 1901, Make of, (420)
  • Output, Pittsburg, Talbot Open-hearth ' Furnace, (565)
  • Peculiarities of, 471
  • Plants and Enlargements in, West Pennsyl¬vania, (532)
  • Plant, Mahoning Valley, United States, (72)
  • Rail Combination, Reported Formation of, (288)
  • Rail Mills in Soo Region, Closed for Lack ot Work, (565)
  • Tempering, when Hardened by Overstrain, (11)
  • Testing High-speed Tool, (149)
  • Tool, for Government Arsenals, to be Supp'ied by a Sheffield Firm, (420)
  • Tracks for Auto Cars in New York, (102)
  • Trade, Sir Chas. M’Laren on the Gloomy Oat¬look, (315)
  • Trust, American, Wages and Turnover, (238)
  • Trust, Another Huge American, (565)
  • Trust and Pig Iron Furnaces, Reported Friction between, (11)
  • Trust, Rumoured British, 172
  • Trust, The United States, 311
  • United States Corporation, Output, (451)
  • Vanadium, Introduced into France by an American Engineer, (61)
  • What is Steel ? 402
  • Professor Arnold on, (280), 282
  • Wheelways for Wagon Roads, (46)
  • Workers, Scottish, and Improved Machinery, Works, American, (210)
  • Dorman, Long and Co.’s, New, (601)
  • Output of German, (328)
  • Practice in Germany, Progress in, by R. M. Daelen, 621
  • The Rheiniecbe, 271
  • STEERING Gear, 144
  • Stoker, The Arthur, 478
  • Stoker, Automatic, 14
  • Street Hygiene, The International Committee of (354)
  • Strikes—see Labour Questions, Strikes, io.
  • Structural Costs, 56, 125, 175, 226
  • Structural Strength of Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 164
  • Stud Chain in one Length, The Heaviest ever made in Staffordshire, (372)
  • Submarine Cables, Lines Possessed by Germany, (85)
  • Suburban Traffic, (111)
  • Superheated and Saturated Steam, Relative Con¬sumption per Brake Horse-power Hour of, (496)
  • Superheater, Test of a, 19

Supplements:

  • Blast Furnace Construction, Mr. Jno. Steven¬son, October 10th, 1902
  • Electric Eogineering, i.—xvi., December 12tb, 1902
  • Electric Power Station, Linwood Paper Mills, D. Bruce, Peebles and Co., July 18th, 1902
  • Great Western Railway Company's Works at Swindon, October 17th, 1902
  • Locomotive Boiler with Cylindrical Fire-box, Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail¬way, Mr. F. A. Hoy, August 15th, 1902
  • Express Passenger, Great Central, Mr. J. G, Robinson, July 4th, 1902
  • Narrow-gauge Goods, Cape Government Railways, Mr. H. Beatty, September 5th and 19th, 1902
  • Six-coupled Mineral Tank, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited, October 31st, 1902
  • Six-coupled Tank, Wrexham, Mold, and Connah’s Quay Rail¬way, Mr. F. Willans, November 21st, 1902
  • Nile Irrigation Works, Great Dam at AssuAn, December 19th, 1902
  • Royal Train, London, Brighton, and South Coast, December 26tb, 1902
  • Swindon Railway Works, The New, October 3rd and 17th, 1902
  • Tramway Traction Engine, Pinkston Power Station, Glasgow, D. Stawart and Co., Limited, December 5th, 1902
  • United States Navy, Armoured Cruisers Ten¬nessee and Washington, November 14tb, 1902
  • SWEDISH Metal and Coal, 215
  • Switzerland, British, German, and French Trade with, Compared, (565)
  • Synchronism in the Speeds of Two Motors, Optical Method of Observing, (111)

T

  • TALC Production in the United Stated, (85)
  • Tangiere, Roads between Fez, Engineer Sent by Sultan to Inspect, (162)
  • Tanks for Ship Model Experiments, New, (585)
  • Tar Sprinkling on Roads, Antwerp, (316)
  • Targets, Alteration in the Size of, The Council of the National Rifle Association’s Decision re¬specting, (565)
  • Tariff, The New German, 610
  • Tarring of Roads, (316), (355)
  • Taxes at the Cape, (589)
  • Teak Logs obtained in Burma Forests, (137)
  • Technical College Buildings at Glasgow, New, ) 170
  • Committees, Number and Composition of, in England and Wales, (519)
  • Lexicon, German, (303)

Telegraphy:

  • American Pacific, Construction Assured, (565)
  • Land and Submarine, Mileage Statistics or, (328)
  • Line from Asmarah to Addis-Abeba, (233)
  • Octuplex System of Typographic, Tested in Germany, (303)
  • Pacific Cable, Long Section Laid, (404)
  • Ship Telegraphs, The Largest ever Made, (382)
  • Subterranean to the North, (469), 500, 527
  • Underground Connecting London with Scot¬land, (469), 500
  • Wenchow to. be Connected with the Outside World by, (185)
  • Wireless, Breakdown of, during Naval Manoeuvres, in the Mediterranean, (420)
  • on the Campania, (11)
  • on the Carlo Alberto, (111), (496)
  • England and Canada, Successful, 610
  • Finding Longitude by the Aid of, (137)
  • Finland, Russia’s Restrictions, (35)
  • in the German Navy, (589)
  • on the Grand Trunk Railway, Ex¬periments with, (420)
  • Marconi, (111), (142), 307, (496)
  • Sweden, (11)
  • United States Warships, (19)

Telephones:

  • Berlin, (111)
  • Brighton Municipal, (420), (614)
  • Cardiff and Newport, Underground, (162)
  • Chicago, Automatic, 550
  • Denmark and Germany, New, (372)
  • Glasgow, Area of, (35)
  • Hull, Municipal, (469)
  • Paris, Charges, (614)
  • Petersburg and Moscow, (519)
  • San Francisco, (420)
  • San Francisco, The Chinese, (35)
  • Scarborough, (61)
  • Swansea’s Municipal (280), (614)
  • Sweden, (280)
  • Tunbridge Wells Municipal, (85), (469)
  • TELEPHONE Cables to the North, Subter¬ranean, 468
  • Telephone Company, The National, Subscribers are to ba Enabled to have Telegrams Trans¬mitted to them, (61)
  • Telephony, Future of, in the United Kingdom, Mr. J. E. Kingsbury on, 301
  • Telephony, Wireless, between two German Towns, (211)
  • Telephone Wires, Tunnel for, between Minnea¬polis and St Paul, (162)
  • Telephoning, Railway, (148)

Tenders:

  • Engineering, to be Invited by the Birmingham City Council, (552)
  • Floating Dry Dock for the Philippines, (233)
  • Netherlands Ministers of Colonies will Receive Tendersatthe Hague for Supplies, as follows, (519)
  • Sydney Bridge, (210), (222)
  • TEREDO, Damage done to Timber by the, (496) Thames Conservancy, The, 20
  • Thames—see Water Supply
  • Thorpe, Dr. T. E., His Report of the Work of the Government Laboratory, (241)
  • Thrift in Design, 163
  • Timber, Damage Done by the Teredo to, (496) Timber Joining, (460)
  • Tin Deposits in the Cape York Region of Alaska, (185)
  • Tin into the United States, Total Imports of, (185)
  • Tin-plate Company, The American, and the Welsh Manufacturers, (420)
  • Tin-plate Manufacture, United States, 170 Tin-plates, Price of, (519)
  • Tipton Mines, Drainage, 325
  • ‘‘Too Good”—see Colonial Markets, 473, 500
  • Tornado Dust Collector, 146
  • Townsend, Mr. J. E., (531)
  • Trade and Business Announcements, 22, 49, 72, 98, 123, 151, 172, 199, 223, 245, 269, 291, 317, 339, 361, 382, 430, 456, 182, 506, 532, 554, 576, 602, 624
  • Depression and "Going Away” Clubs, (233)
  • Disputes—see Labour Questions, Strikes, &c.
  • in the East, (338)
  • and Education, 114
  • of the Empire, 156
  • Germany’s South African, 45
  • Returns for July, Board of, (185)
  • Secrets and French Law Concerning, (35)

Tramways, Electric and other:

  • Allahabad, (420)
  • Auckland, New Zealand, (137)
  • Bangkok, (280)
  • Barcelona and Harta, (111)
  • Barrow, (136)
  • Barrow-in-Furness, Fire at the Depót, (11)
  • Belgium, (420)
  • Berlin, Mileage of, (211)
  • Birmingham, (469)
  • Birmingham City, Mr. Conaty’s Appointment to,(211)
  • Bombay, (35), (137)
  • Bradford, Official Statement of Receipts, kc., (355)
  • Brisbane, (162)
  • Burmah, (420), (428)
  • By-laws with Regard to Excess Tram Passengers, Leeds Corporation, (469)
  • Cardiff, Electric Equipment of, (35)
  • Devonport, Accident on, (328)
  • Engines, Glasgow, 306, 323
  • Exeter, (137), (162), (280)
  • Exhibition, International, 7
  • Glasgow, (257), (303), (420), 596, (614)
  • Glasgow, Engines for, D. Stewart and Co., 306, 333, 536, 583, 596
  • Glasgow, Fatal Accidents on, (211), (257)
  • Harrow, (443)
  • Hastings, (614)
  • Holland, (420)
  • Hopkinson, Mr. C., on Electric, 503
  • Hove, Ratepayers’ Opposition, (303)
  • Huddersfield, Accident, (11)
  • Lancashire, S., (85)
  • Lancaster Corporation, (137)
  • Leicester, (429)
  • Liverpool, (162)
  • Liverpool, Scheme for Transit of Merchandise Over, (496)
  • Landon, South, The London County Council. (519)
  • Landon, North, 584
  • Landon, Schemes for, 20, (85)
  • London United, Extension of, (233), 332, (469)
  • Lowestoft, Belgian Rails for, (137)
  • Madras, on the Mono-rail System, (303)
  • Maidstone with Chatham and Gravesend, (3951
  • Mandalay, (420), (428)
  • Mileage of, Taken over by the London County Council, (519)
  • Motor, Brush Standard, (xi., xiii., Supplement. December 12th, 1902)
  • Newcastle, (111)
  • Now South Wales, Annual Report, 448
  • New South Wales, Mileage Open for Traffic, September 30th, 1901, 1902, (614)
  • New York, Fumes from the Storage Batteries a Nuisance to Passengers, (355)
  • Portland City and Oregon, Telephones in the Cars, (35)
  • Rubber-grinding Machines, (xii., Supplement, December 12M, 1902)
  • Rothesay, 218
  • Russian, (257)
  • St. Petersburg and Moscow, (233)
  • Salford Tramway and Lighting Plant, 595
  • Sheffield, Letter-boxes Attached to the Cars (328)
  • Thames Embankment, (85)
  • Tien-Tsin, (61)
  • Track Sanding, 562
  • Tramcar Controllers, Messrs. Dick, Kerr, Limited, (xii., Supplement, December. 12th 1902) ’
  • Tramcars, Derailment of, 527
  • Tyneside, Gosforth to North Shields, (328)
  • United States, Philadelphia, Tramcar Transfer Table and Lift, Brill Company’s Works (210)
  • Willesden, Cost of Proposed, (35)
  • Wolverhampton, Col. von Donop’s Inspection (280)
  • Tree, 51ft. in Diameter, California, (185)
  • Trusts, How they Work (from the German Export Recur), 40b
  • Trust, Russian Iron, Reported, 524
  • Trust, Russian Metallurgical, 493
  • Tunnel to Connect Two Lakes. Two Mile Rock, (162)
  • Simplon, 4, 101, 177, 186, 204, 205, 411, 414, 418, 589, 607
  • under the Clyde, Projected, (257)
  • under the Thames, The New, (108), (137)
  • Turbine Propulsion for Ships of Commerce, 164
  • Turbines, Marine Steam, Parson’s System, (574)
  • Steam, Mr. K. Anderson on, (540)
  • Steam, Hon. C. A. Parsons on, 277
  • Steam, for Electric Power Generation, Mr. G. E. Fedden on, (257)
  • Turkey, Agricultural Implements Wanted for, (257)
  • Tuyeres, Vacuum on Foster’s System, (614)
  • Tynemouth Pier, 132, 133
  • Typewriter, A Pocket, (162)

U

  • UGANDA, Prospects of, (328)
  • Uganda Railway—»rz Railways, British, &c. United Kingdom, Trade Returns for July, (185);
  • Oil Imports into, (185)
  • United States Consul at Sheffield, (31)
  • Export Trade, Decline in, (233)
  • Government Investigations of Steam Pollution, &c., (257)
  • Oil Fuel instead of Coal for the Navy, (137); Production of Crystalline Graphite io, (137); Lieut. Davis’ Process for Harden¬ing Armour Plates, (137)
  • Trade of the, 260
  • University College, London, Incorporation of, in the University of London, 477
  • Uralite, 165

V

  • VALVE Diagram, Reuleanx, 403
  • Viaducts across the Seine, for the Paris Metro¬politan Railway, Steel, (61)
  • Viaduct, The Wellington-street, 527
  • Victorian Government's London Mining Representative Recalled, (280)
  • Volcanic Dust in Berlin, Supposed Presence of, (35)
  • V olcanic Dust, Specimens of, (46)
  • Volcano, Rooang, (211)
  • Volcanoes and the Inter-oceanic Canal, 2, 3,
  • Vulcanite. Best Speed for Maohining, (85)
  • Vulcan Works, Wolverhampton, Enlargement of, (530)

W

  • WAGES—see Labour Questions, Strikes, &c. Wagon Question, The, 235
  • Walker, Ebenezer, 212
  • Warning to Manufacturers, 311
  • Water Dynamometer, The Froude, (7)—seep. 616, j Vol. xciii.
  • Water-hammer Aotion in Steam Pipes, The Cause of, (481)

Water Supply:

  • Assouan Dam, Closing of the Sluices, to Fill the Reservoirs, (395)
  • Assouan Dam and Assiout Weir, 55, 580
  • Australia, Water and Drainage Bill, (280)
  • Boston, Electrolysis of Iron Pipes, and Remedy ; Suggested, (211)
  • Burley Waterworks, (22)
  • Cairo, Closing of the Sluices of the Assouan Dam to Fill the Reservoirs, (395)
  • Cape Colony, Artesian Wells Drilled by Govern¬ment, (303), (395)
  • Caton Waterworks Arbitration, (85)
  • Chicago, Foul Condition of, (257) ; Water I Waste in, (614)
  • Church Stretton, Shropshire, (428)
  • Columbus, Ohio, Special Instrument showing Nightly Waste, (355)
  • Coolgardie, (622)
  • Dover, (355), (565)
  • Edinburgh, The New Waterworks, 319 ; Diffi¬culties at, (376)
  • Fittings, on the Standardisation of, Mr. R. S. Lloyd, 80
  • Formosa, South, Irrigation Insufficient, (11)
  • Glasgow, Mr. J. Gale and the, (596)
  • Guildford Corporation Waterworks, Mr. C. G. Mason on the Turbine Pumping Plant, 115
  • High-pressure Salt Water Mains in Phila¬delphia for Fire Extinguishing, (61)
  • Holland, Purification of, by Ozonised Air, (443)
  • Lincoln, (257)
  • Littlehampton, New Works Opened, (469)
  • London, (589)
  • Loughborough, New Waterworks, 32, 33, 34, 115
  • Madeley, Salop, Opening of Now Works, (420)
  • Metropolitan, (35), (303), (395), (443), (589)
  • Mexico, Prize Offered by the State for Making Artesian Well, (211)
  • Nagasaki, (280)
  • Paris, 460
  • Pekin Waterworks, (8) ; Permanent, Jerusalem, (61)
  • Philadelphia, Gas Engine Pumping Plant, (338)
  • Pollution of Rivers, 369
  • Port Talbot, (316)
  • Reading Waterworks, Mr. A. T. Walker on the Water Power Pumping Plant, 115
  • Rickmansworth and Uxbridge Valley. (544)
  • Rural, Messrs. Jas. Dewhurst and H. G. Key¬wood, 80
  • Seoul in Corea, (257)
  • Shimonoseki, (185)
  • Sydney Waterworks, Pumping Plant for Mestre. Mather and Platt (xvi., Electrical Supplement, December 12tk, 1902)
  • Tangiers, (162)
  • Torquay, Rusting of Mains and Results, (233)
  • United States Government Investigations of Stream Pollution, &c., (257)
  • Waste, Special Instrument Showing Nightly, (355)
  • Water Engineer on, 442
  • Windsor Corporation Waterworks, Mr. C. Sainty on the Tarbine-driven Pampy, 115
  • Wolverhampton, (170), (544)
  • WEARDALE Steel, Coal, and Coke Company, Accounts of, (315)
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., His Resignation, (182), 523
  • Weitzer, Mr. John, The Styrian Ironmaster, (407)
  • Well Boring in South Africa, 388, 573 Westward to the Orient, 569
  • Whitworth, Mr. A. H., (233)
  • Whitworth Scholarships, The, 240
  • Wilkinson, Mr. Geo., Presentation to, (328)
  • Wind Effects upon Lakes, 250
  • Wind Pressure, Measuring, Competition at the Deutsche Seewarte, Hamburg, for the Best Contrivance for, (565)
  • Winnipeg, Small-pox Hospital and the City’s Ice Supply, (211)
  • Wire Trade, United States, Condition of, (35) Wolverhampton, Canals and, 66
  • Wood as Fuel on North Carolina Railways to be Discontinued, (420)
  • Wood as Fuel on Russian Railways to be Discon¬tinued, Use of, (420)
  • Woods, The Lightest and the Heaviest, Specific Gravity of, (162)
  • Wood Paving Blocks from New South Wales, (372)
  • Wood Paving in Paris, (280)
  • Worcester Porcelain, Date of the First Manu¬factory of, (11)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Acts, Cases under, (211)
  • Workshop Drawing Class, A, 183
  • Workshop Management, Some Aspects of, 1, 51, 68, 101, 154, 201, 249, 293, 342
  • Workshop Methods, American c. British, (243)
  • Workshops, Swindon, The New Railway (Supple¬ment, October 3rd, 1902), 325
  • 11 World’s Fair,” Manchester the next Site, (35)

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