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The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Index: Miscellaneous

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  • 1905: RETROSPECT, 15
  • Abraham, Henry, 651

Accidents, Explosions, Fires:

  • Accidents in Mines and Rasoue Brigades, (460)
  • Boiler Explosions—see Boilers
  • Bursting of an Emery Wheel at Messrs. Howard and Bullough’s Works, Man Killed, (419)
  • Colliery Accident at Abercynon, (460)
  • - Disaster in France, 273, (423), 477
  • - Explosion, Wales, (594)
  • Courrieres Disaster, 273, (423), 477
  • Deaths from Industrial Accidents, 1905, 1904, (397)
  • Dowlais-Cardiff Works, Blowing off of Top of Blast Furnace, (594)
  • Earthquake at San Francisco, 403; Buildings Damaged, 501 ; Oil Wells Destroyed by, (423)
  • Employers’ Liability Case, (460)
  • Explosion Caused by a Forgotten Charge of Dynamite in a Rock Excavation, (63)
  • Explosions in Sewers, New York City, (582)
  • Fall of Cliff at Dover, (141)
  • Fire at Charlton, 219
  • Flood Damages, North-Western Railway, India, 336, 341
  • Floods at Copiapo, Vallenir, and Tierra Amarilla, (63)
  • Gun Muzzle Blown off at Indian Head Proving Ground,(248)
  • Motor and Other Mechanically-driven Vehicles in England and Wales, Persons Killed in 1903 and 1904 by, (373)
  • Switzerland, Landslip Arrested, (141)
  • Vesuvius Eruption, (322), 505
  • ACOUSTIC Waves, Exploding Mines by, (555)
  • Adams, Professor Henry, Presentation to, (206)
  • Adiabatic, Meaning of, 9
  • Agricultural Congress, Vienna, International, (496)
  • - Implements at Adrianople, Demand for, (423)
  • - Machinery for Bordeaux District, (653)
  • - Demand for, in Italy, (474)
  • - from Germany, Importation into Poland of, (501)
  • Air Compressors, Modern (Special Supplement), June 15^/i, 1906)
  • Alcohol in America, Free Industrial Bill for, 301,526
  • - Denaturising, Prizes Offered by the French Minister, (272)
  • - from Potatoes, Production of Commercial, Advantage to Irish Agriculture, (116)
  • Alien Workman, The, 530
  • Alloy that Withstands Aotim of Water under Pressure, (630)
  • Almanacs and Calendars, 26, 48, 102, 149
  • American Navy, Question as to who was the Father of, (653)
  • American Patents, Selected—see Patents, Selected American
  • Angus, Mr. Jas. McDonald, 62
  • Anticipation, An, (62)
  • Anti-smoke League, New York, The, (491)
  • Antwerp Maritime and Military Works Bill, (297)

Appointments:

  • Pease, Mr. A. F., (555), (567)
  • Stilgoe, Mr., (512)
  • Stuart-Wortley, Mr. C. B., (89)
  • Thornton, Dr. W. A., (297)
  • Watts, Professor W. W., (88)
  • APPRENTICES, 118, 177, 203
  • Apprenticeship, 377, 381
  • Arch Designing, 149
  • Architectural Design and Expression, Mr. H. H. Statham on, 194
  • Armour Plating, 1905, 20
  • Artificial Production, of Nitrates from the Atmosphere, 265
  • Ash of the Vesuvius Eruption, Analysis of, (474)
  • Asphalt Pavements, Damaged by Grease Dropping from Motor Omnibuses, (474)

Association, Automobile Mutual Protection :

  • Dustless Roads, (248)

Association of Engrineers-in-Charge The:

  • Forthcoming Arrangements, 4

Association of Engineers, Leeds :

  • Breakdowns of Machinery, W. Rainforth, (506)
  • Modern Engineering Workshop Design, Mr. F. J. Sharr, 151
  • Motor Cars, Running of, Mr. J. H. Mann, 227
  • Textiles and Textile Machinery, Ancient and Modern, Mr. W. Rintoul, 354

Association of Engineers, Manchester: Annual General Meeting, Presentation to Mr.

  • R. Matthews, (359); Election of Mr. W. H. Hunter, (359)
  • Harbours, Docks and their Equipments, Mr. W. H. Hunter, (330)
  • Jubilee Anniversary Dinner, 165
  • Modern Electrical Developments, Mr. G. F. Metzger, (121)
  • Steam Locomotive Fifty Years Ago and Now, Mr. G. Rendell, (75)
  • Visit to the Manchester Ship Canal Docks, (554)

Association of Engineers, South African:

  • Papers read, (227)

Association of Fopeman Engineers and Draughtsmen:

  • Dofenco of the Realm, W. J. 11 irdiog, 380

Association of Gas Managers, North British :

  • Presidential Address, Mr. W, MjCrae, (183)

Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:

  • Annual Convention, Papers to be read, (594)

Association of Ireland, Engineering and Scientific:

  • Annual Dinner and Report, (128), (236)

Association, Manchester Steam Users :

  • Annual Report, (538); Boilers under Inspection, (527)

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Annual Dinner, (236)
  • Education of ihe Commercial Engineer, Mr. W. Bardiu, 281

Association of Municipal and County Engineers:

  • Eastern District Meeting at Newmarket, (436) Metropolitan District Meeting, Discussion on Mr. Hayward’s Paper, (484)
  • Yorkshire District Meeting, (523)
  • Scottish District Meeting, Papers to be read, (572), (652)
  • Thirty-third Annual Meeting, Papers to be read,(601)

Association, Municipal Tramways:

  • Papers to be read at the Sheffield xVieeting, (639)

Association, Roads Improvement:

  • Ddttless Roads Construction, (248)

Association of Technical Institutions:

  • Technical Training of ’Apprentices, Prof. Sir W. Ripper, 151

Association for Testing Materials, International:

  • Meeting at Brussels, (445), (449)

Association, Tramways and Light Railways:

  • Steel Rolling S'-oek, G. H. Sheffield, (466)

Association, Yorkshire Miners:

  • Conference on the Coal Tax Question, (169)
  • ASTRONOMY, Electricity and, 559
  • Austro-Russian Merchant Treaty, (234)
  • BALLOON, Elliptical Steering, Ordered by Mr, Wellwan of M. Godard, (222)
  • Barracca Lift, The, 612
  • Battelli, Signor, Discovers a New Substance of the same Nature as Radium, (630)
  • Beadon, Mr. C. D., 505
  • Beardshaw, Mr. Vickers George, 430
  • Beddow, Mr. E,, (149)
  • Behring Straits Tunnel, 346
  • Bell, Col. Charles Lowthian, 163
  • Berks, Mr, Benjamin, (191)
  • Berlin Municipality Traffic Committee to Visit London and Paris, (423)
  • Betts-Browu, Mr. Andrew, 505
  • Big End Bolts, 434, 471

Bills:

  • Aliens Bill, The (a Misleading Title), 530 Antwerp Maritime and Military Works, (297) Antwerp Port Extension, (169)
  • Argentine, Part at Bahia Blanca, (116) Bilbao Port, (169)
  • Commonwealth Copyright Act, 1905, to be Brought into Force, (582)
  • Electric Power in 1905, 6
  • Electric Power, The Lancashire, (169)
  • German Navy, The New, (527) Kilpatrick Hills, Water Area in the, (297) Lea Valley, Part to be Abandonei by the Metropolitan Water Board, (501)
  • Liverpool Dock Board’s, (89), (272) London County Council Electric Supply, (141), 456, 478, 494, 522, 551, 600, 626, 649 i Outer Circle Railway, Rejected, (653) Traffic Board, Establishment of a, (474) I Manchester and Milford Railway, (322) Mersey Docks and Harbour, (322)
  • Mersey Railway, (272) Newport Dock Improvement, (568) ,
  • Private, Deposited at the Parliamentary Offices j in Parliament, (13), (316), 340, 400
  • Railway, of the Session, (136), (208), (272), (322), (332). (486). (527)
  • Trent Navigation, 466
  • Thames Harbour, Petition Against, (141) :
  • Trades Disputes, 349, 355, 426, 536 1
  • Truck Acts, The, 325, 377 I
  • I United States, Adoption of Weights and Measures of the Metric System, (63) |
  • United States Bill for Free Alcohol, 526 Wigham and Heysham Railway, (136) '
  • Workmen’s Compensation, 1906, 323, (536)
  • BILLS, Mr. Wm. Thos. H.. (191) Birkeland-Eyde Process for Production of Nitrogen from Air, (423)
  • Birmingham Sewage Disposal, NewBmteria Beds, (614) '
  • Blair, Mr. Jas. Maclellan, 444
  • Board of Trade’s Return for April of the Outward and Inward Movement cf Passengers from and to Great Britain, (527)

Boilers:

  • Coking System Essential for Smokeless Working, (63)
  • Copper at the Calcutta Mint, (373) Cylinder Condensation, 65
  • Double-ended Water-tube, Yarrow and Co., Limited, 96
  • Explosions and Sinking Ships, 471, 661 Explosions, Why are they Violent? 45 Fittings and Explosions, 476
  • Inglis Patent, 206 Insurance, 254 Lancashire, at Vickers, Sons, and Maxim’s Barrow Electric Light and Power Generating Station, 458
  • Locomotive, 204, 205, 219, 288. 299 Locomotive, Mr. Churchward cn, 204, 205 288, 299
  • Number under Inspection, (527) Oil and, 143
  • Plates, Steel, Mr. C. E. S'.romeyer on B scent Failures of, 330
  • Steam, and their Owners, 198
  • Stokers, Automatic, in a Power-house, E. Bennis and Co., Limited, 458
  • Superheaters, 532
  • Therm xl Efficiency of, 277, 305
  • Trials, Prof. Cormack on, (62), (126) BOLOMETER, Use of the, as Detector of E’ectric Waves, Lieut. C. Tissot on, 231
  • Bordeaux, Agricultural Machinery for, American and British, (653)
  • Boring Machine, Earth, 357
  • Boring Machine, Pollack and McNab, Limited, 663
  • Bournemouth, Undercliff Drive and Works of Cliff Preservation, (582)
  • Bradbury, Mr. Thos., 22

Bridges:

  • 1905, 18
  • Aconcagua, Tenders Invited by Chilian Government, (89)
  • Aveiro, Metallic, over the River, Tenders Inviced, (222)
  • Bascule, American, 663 Bis^e, over the Rhine at, 398, 399, 400 Blackfriars, Cost of Proposed Rebuilding, (272) Buildwas, Demolition of, 110
  • Canary Isles, La Orotava, Concrete Bridge, (449)
  • Cantilever v, Suspsnsion, 277
  • Cleveland, Bascule, on the Strauss System, (13) Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company, Bridges under Construction, (567)
  • Egypt, Kasrd Nil, and the Rodah, (89), 356 Eye-bar System of Bridge-building, (397) Ganges at Allahabad, The Curzon, over the, (63)
  • Girder Renewals, N.W.R., India, by G. II. List, 14.7,158, 212
  • India, Girder Renewals in, 6C6. 611 Manhattan, 172, (397), 575 Manhattan. “ Moving Sidewalk” on, (40)
  • Marseilles Transporter, (116)
  • Moviog a Railway, (330)
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, New Railway Bridge, 624. 525, 547, 639
  • New York, New Suspension, 575
  • Quebec, Cantilever, 165
  • Reconstruction, North Staffordshire Railway, 38
  • Rigid Suspension, System Gisclard, over the Railway from Villefranche to Bourg-Madame, 98
  • Rodah Bridge in Egypt, (89), 356
  • St. Michel, over the Lys at Ghent, Reconstruction of, (40)
  • Strength of, 305
  • Tees, at Middlesbrough, (257), (283), (459), (665)
  • Tees, Transporter Bridge over the, Scheme Opposed, (40)
  • Ulm, Concrete Arch, (322)
  • Vauxhall, The New, 315, 317, (527). 554. (594)
  • Widnes and Runcorn Transporter, 1. J. Webster on, 293
  • Witham River, Lincolnshire, (397)
  • BRIDLINGTON, Sea Front, Improvensents on the, (605)
  • Briquette-making Machine, Improved, Bradley and Craven, Limited, 328, 329
  • British Museum, Steps Taken to Facilitate Delivery of Books, (141)
  • British Patent Specifications—see Patent Specifications, British
  • Brock, Mr. Henry Wm., 163
  • Brown, Mr. Oswald (with Portrait), 163
  • Building, Forty Storey, New York, (222)
  • Buried City Discovered in Rhodesia, Remains of, (1S5)
  • Buxton Promenade, Work for the Unemployed, (195)
  • CADMIUM Coating for Iron, (630)
  • Calorimeter, Modified Form of, Dr. Tbos, Gray, 388
  • Cammell, Laird and Co,, Limited, (307), (331), (615)

Canals:

  • 1905, 4
  • Ancient and Modern, 43. 109
  • Belgium, 4
  • Birmingham to the So, (540), (555)
  • Cape Cod, (653)
  • Devna Lake and Varta Port, (195)
  • France, 4
  • Germany, 4
  • Great Britain, Mileage in, (297)
  • Grosvenor, The Westminster City Council’s Scheme to Buy the Freehold of, (397)
  • India and the East, 4
  • Italy, (423)
  • Kiel, Widening of Bed, 4, (89), (605)
  • Manchester Ship, 164, (322)
  • Midland, 330
  • North Sea, from Amsterdam to the North Sea, (297)
  • North Sea and Baltic, December Traffic, (169)
  • Norwich and Yarmouth Ship, 493
  • Panama, 4, (141), (527), (582), (605), (630), (653)
  • Prussia, Expenditure Authorised for, (63)
  • Royal Commission on Canals and Waterways, The, 219, 297, (330), (512), (526), (527), (540), (555), (592), (638)
  • Sault St. Marie, Record Traffic through, (89)
  • Suez, Annual Returns, (555); Mean Duration of Transit of Vessels through, (474); Navigable Dimensions of, (501)
  • Teltow, (605), (653)
  • Tuxpan and Tampico, (527)
  • United States, Mileage in Four Years, (653)
  • Weser, (63)
  • CALCIUM Cirbide Factories, Norway, (423) Cane Mills, 71, 97
  • Cane, Weight of Sugar Yielded by 250Toasof, (13) Caoutchouc Oil for Preventing Rust, (653)
  • Caoutchouc-producing Trees in Java, Cultivation of, (501)
  • Casting One Half of a Belt Wheel to Match a Half Cast by another Foundry, (555)
  • Casts, Vulcanite, of Interior of 12in. Guns, (555) Catalogues, 22, 152,180, 232, 357. 383, 515, 538, 592, 616
  • Catgut Strings, Mr. J. R. Benton on, (605) Cement Bricks for Sewer Construction in Minneapolis, Price of, (527)
  • Effect of Clay on, (88)
  • Hydraulic, Production of, in the United States, (449)
  • Import into Bulgaria and Roumania, (397)
  • Manufacture, United StUes, (<72)
  • Cement, Measuring the Volume Stability of, Dr. F. G. Dounan on, 227
  • Plants, Natural, Built between 1818 and 1838, (141)
  • Portland. British Standard Specification for, 277, 381, 405
  • Portland, Increasing Demand for. (141) for Switchboard Repairs, Good, (474) Cement for Tombstones, (527)
  • Ch iin Cable, Larse, 22
  • Cbain>makiDg Machinery, by Emile Belong (Couillet). 507
  • Chains, Roller, 506
  • Chains, Safe Load in Tons for, (347)
  • Charing Cross and Cannon-street, 9, 97, 177 Chelsea Boroutrh Council and the London County Council’s Scheme for Widening King’s-road, (555)
  • Chemical Works at Leverkusen, Gainsborough Commission of Workmen Report on, (63)

Chemistry:

  • 1905, 21
  • Burke’s Radiobes, 21
  • Industrial Progress, 21
  • National Physical Laboratory, 21 Picric Acid. Its Properties, (555) P OfiAQ n 91
  • CHICAGO, Growth of the City and its Population, (13)
  • New County Buildings, Foundations of, (653)
  • Rolling Mills, Value of Product Turned Out in 1905, (653)
  • Chilian Nitrate Producers’ Combination Ended, (248)
  • Chimneys, Concrete, in the United States, (605) of Reinforced Concrete at Northfieot, (630)
  • Stability of Tall, 158 Steel, The Largest in Diameter in the United States, (449)
  • with Water Tank Attachment, 506 China Clay Deposits, Dartmoor, Scheme for Developing, (347)
  • Civil Engineering in 1905—see Engineering, Civil, 17
  • Civil Service Commissioners, Successful Candidates at the Open Competitive Examination, March, (449)
  • Clamp, Hose, Howard Engineering Company, 178 Clay on Cement, Effect of, (88)
  • C.ink, Captain J. D., 652 Clock Made for St. Gervais d’Avranches, (141) Clock, The Most Curious, in the World, (169) Cloth, Making of, (326)
  • Clutch, Friction, R. H. Longbotham and Co., 434
  • Clutch, Large Coil, 176
  • Clyde, Improved Lighting of, 45

Coal, Coke, and Collieries:

  • Anthracite Coal Dust Used in Canada, Proposed Duty on, (141) Cjal Stove, 62
  • First Introduction of, into Philadelphia, (63)
  • Produced in the United States since 1814, (116)
  • Arkansas Product, Prospective Value of, (423) Asia’s Wealth, (449)
  • “Beamish,” Used on the South-Eastern and Chatham, (527)
  • British, Future of, 350
  • Burning of Soft Coal in New York, Arrests Made, (449)
  • China, (449)
  • Coalfield under the River Dee, Development of, (222) > f ,
  • Coaling a Cruiser at Sea, 353
  • Coke Ovens, Bye-product to be Laid Down, Tudhoe Works, (89)
  • Oven, Superior, Invented in Connellsville, Pa., (605)
  • Trade, Ths Yorkshire, 612
  • Collieries and Mechanical Appliances, New, 499 Colliery Disaster, French, 273, 423, 477 Exhibition, 612
  • A Great Yorkshire, 357 Workmen’s Compensation, (486) Explosions see Accidents-, Explosions, Fires
  • Shaft, The Deepest, (527)
  • Combustion of, and Formation of Steam, Mr. J. G. Hawthorne on, (208)
  • Conservation, Power Transmission and Smoke Prevention, Mr. A. J. Martin on, 350, 405
  • Consumption, Turbine Steamer, 227 Contracts, Locomotive, 12 Contracts, Railway, (332)
  • Corea, Smokeless and Bituminous Deposits, (63) Cutting Machinery, Mr. W. Walker on, 530 Machines in the Northern Coalfields, 169
  • Mechanical, (169), 279, 530
  • D.o Estuary, Seam Found under the, (347) Denmark, Gormin and British, Imported into. (1691 _ ’
  • D'p.^sits in North Amsrica, Europe and Asia, ! (449) ’ !
  • Eoglefield Collieries, New Works at, (222) !
  • Fuels, Investigation cf, United States, 510 '
  • German, Imported into Denmark, (169) G-’rman Trade, Coke Shipments to the United Kingdom, (373)
  • Great Britain’s and United States Export Trade, (89)
  • Imports into Havre in 1905, (555) International Exports, 173
  • Lignite and Petroleum Refuse in Roumania takes the place of Goal, (630)
  • Limbourg Deposits, Capital Represented by Syndicates applying for Concessions to Work, (322)
  • Mechanical Coal Cutting, (169), 279, 530
  • Mechanical Coal Handling Appliances, South Yorkshire, 36
  • Mined in European Russii^ in 1904, (555)
  • Modern Power Production in its Relation to the Coal Re.sources of Great Britain, Mr. G. P. Beil by on, 68
  • Nsw South Wales Output and Value. (423) Outputs, 280 ’
  • Pnilippine, Island of Batan, (272)
  • Prussian Minos Output, (169)
  • Rocky Mountains, Discovery of, (63)
  • Roumania, Import of Coal into, (630) Shaft-sinking near Doncaster, 122
  • Submerged, Tests with, (527)
  • Tax, Abolition of, (459)
  • Tips, Garston Docks, London and North- Western Railway (Supplementt Marek 1906), 279
  • Trade, Some Conditions of the, 481
  • United Kingdom Output Returns, (222)
  • United Kingdom Production, (272)
  • United States, Mr. S. Ball’s Report on the Coal Industry in, 218
  • North America Deposits, (248), Output and Consumption, (63) Welsh for Italy, 25
  • Yorkshire Trade, 145
  • See also Letters from Our Own Correspondents, North of England, Scotland, Sheffield, Wales
  • COAST Erosion Conference, Bridlington, (222) England, (222)
  • The Nation and Foreshore Protection, 144
  • and Reclamation, 418, 441, 489, (536), 543. 597, 620
  • and Sea-wall Extension, Blackpool, (322)
  • Protection, Cape Cod, by Beach Grass and Plantations tf Pine, Alder, &3., (63) Cold Stores, Rise of Temperature in, 240 Collapsing Pressure of Steel Tubes, (653) Collision, Direct and Oblique, With and Without Friction, by Robt. H. Smith, 187, 237, 287 Commercial Organisation of Engineering Factories, by Henry Spencer, 311, 363, 391, 415, 439, 463, 491, 517, 545, 576, 619, 644
  • Commonwealth Copyright Act, 1905, to be Brought into Force, (682)
  • Compressed Air, Exhausting by, 45 Compressed Air in Quarry Work, 396 Coffipressorp, Modern Air (Special Supplentenl^ June ISZZi., 1906)
  • Concrete Bar, Reinforced, 580, 581
  • Beams in a New Factory at Toledo, (655) Buildings in the United States, 138. 167 Chimney, Highest in the World, (297) Chimney, Reinforced, at Northlleet, (630)
  • Chimneys, United States, Three Tall, (605)
  • Coefficient of Expansion of, (527) Pavement, America, 510
  • Piers, Foundation of Chicago County Buildings to Consist of, (653)
  • Piles and Steel Piles, 67. 79. 305 Piles, New York Tested, (297) Poles, Reinforced, on the Transmission Line Along the Welland Canal, (582) Precautions to be Taken before Application of Paint on, (141)
  • Revetment of Rock, Niagara Falls, (317) Structures, Earliest Known. (169) Condensers, 275, 364, 375, 393, 404, 431, 415, 471, 483
  • Congress of School Hygiene, 296
  • Consett Ironworks, Electric Pumping Plant, 32, 35
  • Contracts, 12. 26, 50, 76, 102, 126, 154, 182, 208, 234, 258, 309, 332, 360, 410, 437, 488, 614, 540, 568, 594, 616, 634, 661
  • Contract, Completion of a, 660 “Contraflo” Condenser, The, 445, 509 Conversion Slide Rule, Messrs. Van Neck and Co., 357

Copper:

  • Depositing on Aluminium, (653)
  • Depositing on Iron, (555)
  • Distillation of, (248)
  • Hardening with Silicon, (116) Mixture of, containing 2J percent, of Silicon makes excellent Spring Metal, (40)
  • Ore, Norwegian, Exports of, (423) Position of, 396
  • Silicon-copper Spring Metal, Future of, (116) Smelting, (614)
  • Smelting Plant, American, 526
  • Sulphate, Use of, in Purification of Water, (40)
  • CORE-MAKING Machines, Messrs. J. W. and C Phillips, 227
  • Corner Curve, W. J. Brookes and Co., 588 Corrugating Machine, W. G. Causer, 665 Costs, Estimation of, Mr. A. W. Farnsworth, 73 Cotton, Export of Texas, from Galveston, (630) Mill Companies and Firms in the South of the United States, (653)
  • Trade in Lancashire, (169) Countershaft, Variable Speed, 537, 554 Country Roads, 471
  • and Motor Traffic, 250, 327 Plea for Better, 231
  • Craig, Mr. George Batt, 430 Cranes, Electric, Goliath, Jessop and Arplebv
  • Limited, 229 Flat Road, 46 Shipbuilding, 319 Three-ton Locomotive Steam, Herr A.
  • Borsig, 72
  • Craven, Mr. William, 505 Crewe, Borough Extension Proposals, (297) Crewe Sewage and Electric Supply Schemes, (605) “ Criton” Water Softener, The, 47
  • Crompton and Co., Limited, Messrs., Entertainment to the Arc Works Club, (48)
  • Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineerine- (347), (396)
  • Cudworth, Mr. Wm., 579 Currie, Prof. Pierre, 430
  • Curing Consumption, &c., Australian Patent, (40) Curious Claim, A, (293) '
  • Cutlery Exports, German, (373)
  • Cutlery Trade—sec Letters from our own Corre- j spondents (Sheffield) I
  • Cutmeter, Messrs. Moul’and C \, 226
  • DALE, Sir David, 443
  • Danvers, Mr. Fred. Chas., 626
  • d’Arsonval and Bordas, MM., on Low Temperatures and Chemical Analysis, (682)
  • Decimal Association. Annual Report of the, (423) Dedham Sewerage Works, (196)

Docks ;

  • Antwerp. Landing Stage of the Asia Dock (222)
  • Bristol Channel Ports, Enterprise at the, (228)
  • Buecleuch, Widening, (322)
  • Cardiff Usep Sea, te be Opened by the Kins’ (272), (449)
  • Dundee, Improvements Conceded and Projected, (89)
  • Dunkirk, Freycinet, Extension of, 661 Frederikshaven, Fioatingr, (474) Freycinet, at Dunkirk, 661 Hartlepool, 662
  • Hull, Projected, (141)
  • Humber at Immingham, New Djop-water, (195)
  • Leith, Centenary of, 526
  • Liverpool, Bill for Extensions and Improvements, (89)
  • Mersey, (322)
  • Mersey, Lighted (JAS Buoys for the Q leen’s and Crosby Channels, (222)
  • Methil, North British Railway Company’s, 276 Newport Dock Improvement. (538)
  • Quebec, to be the Summer Terminus of the Canadian Pacific Liners, (63)
  • Swansea, (284)
  • Tees, New Graving Dock on the, (359)
  • Texas, Floating Dry, Launched at Orange, (63) Turkish Admiralty, 178
  • Victoria Nyanza, Port Florence, SSOOfb. above the Sea Level, (501)

Dockyard Notes:

  • Admiralty Discharges in the Royal Dockyards, 8, 221
  • American Battleships, Guns of the New, 554 Austrian Cruisers, Old Ordnance Replaced by Modern, 448
  • Britannia has not got Double Tops on the Mainmast, 352
  • British Programme, New, 253
  • British Submarines, The New, 448
  • Channel Fleet, 8
  • Channel and other Fleets, Rumoured Rearrangement of the, 506
  • Coal Consumption, L'^rd Chas. Beresford’s Memorandum on the Subject, 448
  • Colombo’s Coaling Record with the Terrible, 319
  • Commonwealth, The, 8
  • Cornwallis Commissioned to the Channel Fleet, 174
  • Devonport, Machine for Testing Anchor and Cable Chains, (322)
  • Donegal, Dim’ige to tho, 319
  • Donegal en route for China, 174 Dreadnought, The, 8, 34. 174, 221, 352, 579 Dupuy de Lome, The, 266
  • Fire-control Stations, 221, 266
  • French Armoured Destroyers, Prospective, 448 Battleships, The New, 508
  • Dupuy do Lome, Her Signal Mainmast and New Funnels, 352
  • Funnel Mark^ of the Atlantic Fleet, The, 2 6
  • German Armoured Cruiser Scharnhorst, 396 Battleships, The New, will Resemble the Dreadnought, 396, 448 Battleships, The Secret, 448 Battleship ^‘R,” The Schlesien, Launched, 627
  • 111 X . Pwramme, New, 253, 352
  • Illusvnous put into Commission as a Nucleoid, 319
  • Italian loflexible. The New, Col. Cuniberti’s Latest Conception, 654
  • Italian Vittor Emanuele, Col. Cuniberti’s, 554 Japanese Battleship Satsuma, 221 Cruisers, Armament of the, 579 Ikoma and Kurama, 221 Tnukuba, 8
  • Officers in England for Service, 448 Kanida, Lieut., at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, 448
  • Kashima, Trials cf, 319 ; Position of Guns of, 5/9
  • K^ori, Trials of, 2,3, 319, 448 ; Position of Guns of, 679
  • Ku^roi, Capt., on his way to England for Special Service, 448
  • Lancaster, The Armoured Cruiser, 221 Leghorn Port, Improvement of. (63) Manoenvres, Ths. 627
  • Margarine Used instead of Tallow
  • t, Dreadnought, 174
  • Military Rig,” New Type of, for States Warships, 896
  • Minotaur, Cruiser, 266, 396, 579 Monmouth to Relieve the Andromeda,
  • Montague Ashore, The, 554
  • (missing lines)
  • EARTH Boring Machine, Mr. Thomas Matthews. 007
  • Currents, Esp^rimsnts at Kew Observatory on,(423)
  • Witwatersrand Earth^uake®%l®/teeco; 403“^^^“^*
  • Education of Engineers, 421, 425 K^ypt in 1905, 623

Electric:

  • ^BerggrafU?3T“'‘“® ”•
  • Bros" and Co.f278““’^“^’
  • Arc in Vacuum, Mr. C. D. Child on the (2221 Automatic Rheoi^tat, Patented bv Mr ’ p v Steinmetz, (222)
  • Bavarian Power Project, A, 252
  • ^"(501) Station, Its Working,
  • Birkenhead Extension of Bentinok s'reet Works, (222)
  • Carriages, Energy, Consumption of, under Unfavourable Conditions, Tested in Paris (3971 Code New York, Suggested Changes in the National, (40)
  • Conductivity of Silicon-copper Wire, (116) Cranes, Jessop and Appleby, Limited 229 Cleansing of Work by Means of the, Mr. H. S. Coleman on, (501)
  • Current Supply, Maidstone, Cost per Unit for Cooking and Heating, (195) forPower, Manchester.Charges to be Reduced, (195) for Textile Mills, Bombay, (272) "
  • Driving in Mills at Pendlebury v. Steam Power (13). in Plate-mill, Pittsburg (272)
  • Driving in Shipyards, 220
  • Drivmg in Workshops, Mr. E. H. Cra,,per on.
  • Electrolysis in Cleveland, Service Picea DP stroyedby, (116)
  • Electro-magnet for Unloading, (582) Electro-metallurgy in 1905, 81 Electro-pneumatic Signalling in Cairo 70 Energy for Power Purposes in Spinning Mills in Spmn, Interesting Results attending Use of,
  • Engineering, Chaw of, at Armstrong College,
  • Works in Germany, 46
  • „ . Engineering. Electric
  • Eogmeers, Sheffield, (568)
  • Engines and Generators at the Moabit Central S.ation Berlin, Gebriiler Su'z2r(6'«p»ZemPnf 22Hf7, 1906), 624 6 ’5
  • of I’-on and Steel, Gjnerating Station at V’ereeniging (1161
  • M ^‘hw’ Contintous-cLrenf,
  • Upward Pu^S
  • ’^ollTw*' ‘‘“d ‘l^e County Conn-
  • Helsingfors Municipal Works, (527)
  • Curreut, Experimonta made by the Compaguie de ITndustrie Elec- trique, Geneva, (397)
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Montereale, 130 142 Plant of the Pike’s Peak Hydro- e ectnc Company, (630) 620°*521
  • Power Stations in North Italy 389^’492"^^^' lusula^m Purposes, New Material for, 601 Intra Works of Zustand Co., 520 521 Iron Ore Smeltieg Trials in Ontario, (347)
  • (37^**^’ Power Installation in,
  • %"oyed by®T582)
  • Lift, The Barracca, 612
  • "“E.W o7:“
  • Niagara Water Power, (2o7). 268, (297). (474) ' ^400^“®’ ^’“^®“®^®®^’‘ob«sCompany,L’mite<l,
  • "" Venere, (6057
  • Ontario, Electric Power Supply, (501) Oxone produced by the Niagara Electrochemical Company, (474) ®
  • Plant in a Shale Mine, 367
  • Percentage of, from
  • Power Bill Lancashire. Oppoution to, (169) ^a’l^ays in Sweden,
  • Bill for Purchase of WaterfaTs belont- ing to Private Persons, (347)
  • Increasing Use of, (116)
  • Plant, Man Hydro-electric, A New, 36 I Jant, River hhre, Switzerland, (63) Station, The Belfast Municipal, Report on its Working, (501) Birmingham, Tue New, (512) Economies, (116) Leyton, (13) in New York and Vicinity, (347) in Daly (with Map). 389, 390 , c Upper Hesse. (397)
  • Works, Mr. K. R. Stuart on, (4o4)
  • S^PP^y, ^'he Ontario Provincial Government about to Appoint a Commission to Deal with, (501)
  • Supply for Traction in Rome, (501)
  • 1 rocaes for Covering Paper with a Metallic Surface, (297)
  • Production of Nitrates from the Atmosphere,
  • I rof. S. P. Thompson on, 165 Pumping Plant, Consett Ironworks, 32, 35 Rack-rail Haulage in Mines, 663 Rome, Power Supply Scheme, (601) Splitdorf Automobile Induction Coil, Mr. H, A.
  • Perkin’s Experiments with, (555) f'^xcavating Iron Ore in Minnesota, (34/)
  • EleetPle (continued):
  • Stamping of Letters, (423)
  • Steel Furnace, Rotating Twin, for the Italian War-office, (501)
  • Supply Bill, London County Council, (141), 456, 478. 494, 522, 551, 600, 625, 649 Crewe, (605)
  • Kashmir, Machinery to be Made by a San Francisco Firm, (248)
  • Switch, Double-pole, 98
  • Switches, Protection of, Orders Issued by United States Navy Department, (582)
  • Tramways—see Railways and Tramways
  • Transformers, Measurement of Drop in, (248) Transmission Line from Niagara to Syracuse, New, (267)
  • Transmission Plant, Manitou, Colorado, (36)
  • Voltage of 100,000 Volts between Line and Earth which Corresponds to 200,000 Volts between the Wires, (397)
  • Voltax, for Electric Insulation Purposes, 601
  • Waves, Use of the Bolometer as a Detector of, Lieut. C. Tissot on, 231
  • Winding for Main Shaft and Auxiliary Work, Mr. W. C. Mountain on, 624
  • Works, Helsingfors, (527)
  • Zust and Co., Intra Works of, 520, 521

Electric Light:

  • 1905, Improvement, 7
  • Arc Lamp Illumination, 426
  • Arc Lamp, New, (26)
  • Bilbao District, Use of in, (527)
  • Chichester, (13^
  • Constanza, (397)
  • Incandescent, Dangerous in Colliery Workings, (141)
  • Increasing Use of, (116)
  • Hamburg-American Liner Amerika, 291, 298
  • Lamps, Incandescent, Mr. H. F. Wood’s Patent, (605)
  • Macclesfield, (272)
  • Metallic Filament Lamps made by Now York Firm, (527)
  • Pierre S.D. Incandescent Electric Light Plant to be driven by Waste Water from Artesian Wells, (373)
  • Tantalum Lamps, (63), (89)
  • Tiverton (322)
  • Waste in Incandescent Electric Lighting and Remedies Suggested, Geo. Wilkinson, 590

Electricity:

  • Applied to Railway Traction, Italian Industries, 416
  • Astronomy and, 559
  • On Atlantic Liners. 291, 318
  • Bottling Up, in Vessels of Water, Professor Tama’s Discovery, (605)
  • In Bulk, (38), 42
  • Consumed per Annum by Vickers, Sons and Maxim, (397)
  • Gardens and Smoke, 452
  • Interesting Development in, (13)
  • London, 224, 324
  • Radcliffe Council, Reduced Charges for, (373) Reduced Charges for, in Battersea, (474) Sunderland Corporation Electricity Committee Refuse the Offer of the County of Durham Electric Power Supply Company, (40)
  • Supply, Birkenhead, (222)
  • Greenwich Station, £60, 561 Manchester, (347) Shoreditch, (89)
  • Department, Progress made by the Sheffield, (13)
  • Vienna Corporation to Acquire from the International Electricity Company the whole of its Undertaking, (449)
  • Works, Chichester, (13)
  • Works, The Sill, 294, 295
  • ELEMENTS, Internal Energy of. Prof. Soddy on the, (293)
  • Elevator for Sight-seeing, near Lake Lucerne, (322), (474)

Engineering:

  • Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Chair of Electric Engineering, (101)
  • Books, Some Recent, 30
  • Civil, in 1905, in India, China, Persia, Arabia, Africa, South America, United States, Canada, Australia, Europe, 17, 18
  • Contracts, 149
  • Crystal Palace, School of, 396
  • Developments, Recent, Mr. Ellis on, (222) Electrical, in 1905, 6, 7
  • Entrance Exhibitions Tenable at London Colleges, (222)
  • Examinations, 44
  • Exhibition, (149)
  • Experimental, 471
  • Experimental Steam, 451
  • Factories, Commercial Organisation of, by Henry Spencer, 311, 363, 391, 415, 439, 463, 491, 517, 545, 576, 619, 661
  • Feat in Italy, (423)
  • and Finance in South Africa, 607
  • Geology in Relation to, by S. C. Bailey, 261, 313, 335
  • Hydro-Electric and other Engineering Plant, Italian, 468, 469
  • Irrigation, Egyptian Gazette's Apology, 251
  • Marine, Poplar School, 149
  • Mechanical, in 1905, 15
  • News, American, see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • Notes on the Public Works of a Metropolitan Borough, Battersea, T. W. A. Hayward, 484 Research, 448
  • Sanitary, in 1905, 7
  • Standards Committee, 36, 150, 396
  • Trade, Conference in the, 657
  • Wages, Statistics of, 251
  • Works, Electric, in Germany, 46
  • Works, Organisation of an, 81, 108, 121, 203, 219
  • Workshop Design, Modern, Mr. F. J. Sharr, 151

Engineers:

  • Education of the Commercial, Mr. W. Bardill on the, 281
  • Education and Training of, 421, 425
  • Naval, 380, 535
  • Surplus of, 275
  • Training of, “ Finance” on, 534

Engines and Motors:

  • Beating, Mather and Platt, Limited, 380
  • Bolts, Big Ead, 434
  • Compound Traction, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 23
  • Condensers, 471, 536
  • The Contrafio, 445, 471, 509 Surface, 275, 304, 375, 393, 404, 431, 445, 471, 483
  • Cost of Condensing, 350, 381
  • Cylinder, Repairing an, 48
  • Djuble-cylinder, Double-acting, Crossley Bros., Limited, 564
  • Efificiency of Surface Condensers, 275, 304. 375. 393, 404, 431, 445, 483
  • Electric Motors for the Hildengardenhutte Rolling Mills, APgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft, (195)
  • “ Essence,’* for Farm Purposes placed cn the Bordeaux Market, (653)
  • Forced Lubrication, (408), (437)
  • Gas, 9, 16, 45, 179, 222, 393, 406, 498, 499, 558 Abnormal Explosions in, 9, 45 as applied to Electric Driving, James Atkinson, 179
  • 1800 Horse-power, at Pittsburg Plateglass Making Company’s Works, (322)
  • Engine Thermodynamics, 558 for Ship Propulsion, Mr. J. E. Thorny- croft, 393, 406
  • the Korting, Mather and Platt, 498, 499 High and Low-speed, the Germania Company, 176
  • High-power Steam, Berlin (Supplement, June 22nd, 1906), 624, 625
  • H M. Cruiser Black Prince’s, The Thames Ironworks (Supplement, May 1906), 448
  • Japanese Battleship Katori’s, Vickers, Sons and Maxim (Supplement, May 25iA, 1906), 523
  • Korting Gas Engine, Latest Type, 498
  • Large Internal Combustion Motors, Equal Parts of Alcohol and Benzol, Best Mixture for, (89)
  • Marine, 16
  • Marine Oil, Hornsby’s, 500
  • Medium Power Gasolene and Oil, Demand for, in China, (63)
  • Motor Car, 277
  • Motor, Electric, the Smallest in the World, made as a Scarfpin, (347)
  • Motors, Internal-combustion, Prof. Bertram Hopkinson, 330, 352, 372
  • Napier Petrol, Tested by Faraday House, 562 Newcomen, 219
  • Petrol, Multi-cylindered, 145
  • Petrol, Rating, 325
  • Portable Petrol, Dougill’s Engineering Limited, 536
  • Pumping, Economy of, 199
  • Pumping, Test of a, 658
  • Shaft Bearing Practice, Mr. A. M. Mattice on the Effect of, (169)
  • 1629 Engine described by Branca that Projected Steam against Vanes on the Periphery of a Wheel, 141
  • Stationary, 16
  • Turbine, for Marine Propulsion, Licences taken out for Erecting, (222)
  • Valves, Wrought Steel Steam, Cruse Controllable Superheater Company, 190
  • Vertical Oil, 50 Horse-power, Crossley Bros., Limited, 228, 229
  • Warship, Forced Lubrication of Small, 244
  • Winding, Steam Consumption of, 365
  • ENTROPY, 9, 121
  • Estimating Costs, 73, 97, 149, 177, 203, 219, 276 Estimation of Costs, Mr. A. W. Farnsworth, 73

Exhibitions:

  • Aeronautical, New York, (63)
  • Buenos Ayres Railway, 19o7, (397), (425) Colliery, 612
  • Engineering, (149)
  • Irish International, (297)
  • Liege, Accounts of, Show no Loss, but Small Sum to the Good, (116)
  • London International, 369
  • Milan. Art, Industry, and Commerce, (177), (388), 578 ; Best Route to, (630) ; Prize for Best Motor Omnibus Offered by Victor Emmanuel, (222)
  • Motor, at Olympia, in November, (248), 397, (474), (605)
  • Car, Paris, 10, 11 Car, Crystal Palaeo, The Fifth, 111
  • Rubber, at Peradeniya, Ceylon, (373)
  • Urban Hygiene, at Lyons, (141)
  • Explosives:
  • Ability to Fire High, 47
  • “ Axite,” (555)
  • Bliss-Leavitt Turbine Torpedo, United States, (352)
  • Detonating Fuses Used with High, (13) Dynamite, Forgotten Charge of, in a Rock Excavation, (63)
  • Gasoline Torpedo, The United States, (449)
  • Mines, Protection against, 47
  • Projectiles, Large Order for, (665)
  • Smokeless Powder, its Advantages as regards the Endurance of Guns charged with it, (555)
  • Smokeless Powder, Multiple Crusher Apparatus for Testing, (605)
  • Torpedo Factory, Spezia, (622)
  • EXTRACTOR for Oils, Fat?, &c., 497
  • FACTORIES, Commercial Organisation of Engineeering—see Commercial, &c.
  • Fire Appliances of the London Fire Brigade, (347)
  • Flood Damages, North-Western Railway, India, C. H. List, 336, 341
  • Floods at Copiapo, Vallenar and Tierra Amarilla,
  • Finid Waves, Mr. A. E. Battle on, 146
  • Fog Signalling Experiments, Diaphcne, Tsle of Wight, (630)
  • Foot, Mr. Geo., (164)
  • Forbes, Mr. John, (396)
  • Forced Lubrication, 408, 437
  • Foreign Labour, 119
  • Foreshore Protection, The Government and, 219 Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, Returns relating to Permanent Way, (652)
  • Forging Press, 12C0-Ton, Davy Bros., Limited, 633
  • Forging Presses, 428
  • Forging Presses, Mr. A. J. Capron on, 330 Franklin, Mr. Wm,, 430
  • Freezing Works in all Parts of the World, Output of, (322)
  • Freezing Works, Meat, in our Colonies and Argentina (322)
  • French Companies’ Difficulties in Kussia, (397)
  • Friction Clutch, R. H. Longbotham and Co., 434
  • Friction, Singular Effect of, M. E. Guyou, (582)
  • Fuels for Explosion Engines, C. Roth’s Experiments to Increase Efficiency of, (40)
  • Fuels, Investigation of, United States, 510 Furnaces, Blast, in Course of Erection in the
  • United States, (195)
  • Blast, at Lithgow, New South Wales, (272)
  • Steinhart, Dry-blast System, 401
  • Fuses with Delayed Action Element, (13)
  • GALVESTON as a Cotton Exporting Port, Importance of, (630)
  • Garden City, Letchworth, 601

Gas:

  • Acetylene Apparatus, Owners’ Guild in Germany, (248)
  • Gas System for the Cumbrae Lighthouse, (347)
  • Production of, without Water, (474) Use of, in Bavaria, (89) Distribution, High-pressure, United States, (272)
  • Engines—see Engines
  • Gaseous Mixture for Gas Engines, Mr. C. K. Harding’s Patent for Producing, (248)
  • Holder Wanted for Groningen, Plans Invited for, (630)
  • Incandescent Gas Lighting of Dundee Drill Hall. (358)
  • Industry in Great Britain, (195)
  • Kindler, Automatic. Herr Raupp’s, (169)
  • Leeds Corporation, Action of the Gas Committee of, (582)
  • Lighting of Victoria Station, High-pressure, 601
  • Main Mileage and Gas Consumers in the L.C.C. Area, (347)
  • Manchester Corporation Department, Number of Penny-in-the-Slot Meters, (141)
  • Manchester, Sale of Gas for Manufacturing Purposes, (373)
  • Manufacture of, in Vertical Retorts, 383
  • Natural, with Mantle of a Rare Earth, (195)
  • Peat, Difficulty in the Production of Power from, (63)
  • Producer, A Newly Patented, (89)
  • Suction, 16
  • Trials, Suction, 252, 277, 602, 627, 659
  • Retorts, Vertical, 383
  • Sheffield, Reduction in Price of, (169)
  • Southport Corporation, Profits of, (3?3) and Steam in Steel Works, 504
  • Suction Gas for Boat Propulsion, Experiments with, (555)
  • Suction Gas Producer Trials, 252, 277, 602, 627, 659
  • Supply, Ayr, 410
  • Boeton, Mass , (272) 1905, 19
  • Turbines—see Turbines
  • Widnes, Reduction in the Cost of, (605) Works for Falkirk and District, New, (527) Works, The Tavistock Gas Company’s New, (500)
  • GENY, M., (373)
  • Geology in Relation to Engineering, by S. C. Bailey, 261, 313, 335
  • German Estimate of Relative Cost of Horsepower Transmission by Gas or Electricity, (116)
  • Municipalities’ Representatives to Visit
  • London, (397)
  • Workmen to Study Eoglish Labour
  • Conditions, (272)
  • Germany’s Maritime Interests, 44
  • Glacial Epoch, Sir Robt. Ball on, (141)
  • Glasgow, The Cleansing of, 296
  • Glass Imported by Cape Colony in Six Months, (40)
  • Glass, Plate, Industry, New Invention in, (373) Government and the Fleet, The, 607
  • Government and Foreshore Protection, The, 219 Greenock and Refuse Destruction, 202 Greenwich Observatory and the County Council, 657
  • Gresham College, Forthcoming Lectures, 483 Gresham College, Lectures on Optics, (206) Griffith, Mr. John, 629
  • Grimaux, Professor Edouard, Erection of Memorial to, (248)
  • Grimling, Mr. C. H., (397)
  • Groningen, Gasholder for, (630)
  • Groynes, Chain, 9, 45
  • Guillet, M. L^on, on some Special Brasses, (582) Gutta percha, Artificial, Herr Gentsch’s, (397)
  • HAMBURG Main Sewer, New, 238

Harbours and Waterways;

  • Alexandria Harbour, Congested State, and Steps Taken to Remedy the Evil, (423)
  • Alexandria Harbour Works, (555)
  • America and Canada, 1905, 4
  • Amur River, Dredging Work on, (373)
  • Antwerp Port Extension, (169), 364
  • Argentina, Commercial Port for Foreign Ships, (116)
  • Arrecife, Port, Canaries, Tenders Invited for Construction of Breakwater at, (297)
  • Bahia Blanca, (116)
  • Bilbao Harbour Wharf, (169)
  • Bilbao Shipping Dues, (642)
  • Boghaz Pass, Dredging of a Second Channel, (423)
  • Cadiz Harbour Works, (555)
  • Harbours and Waterways {continued') i
  • Canals, 1905—see also Canals, 4
  • Canary Isles, Landing Stages at the Ports, (449)
  • Chicago and St. Louis, Deep Waterway Projected between, (40)
  • C.yde, The, 1905, 3
  • Coast Erosion and Reclamation, 418, 441, 489, 636, 543, 597, 620
  • D-e River Navigation Improvement Scheme, (272)
  • Dam, Croton, (297)
  • Derwent, (63) Bsneh, (13). (89) Missouri River, (63) on the Salt River, Arizona, Highest in the World, (195)
  • Dover, 1905, 3
  • Dundee Harbour, (322)
  • Durban Harbour Works, (501)
  • Esneh Dam, (13), (89)
  • France, 1905, 4
  • Galveston Harbour as an Exporting Port, (630)
  • Genoa, Port Extension, 464
  • Germany, 1905, 4
  • Hartlepool Port, Improvements at, 662
  • Haslar Creek, Harbour and Depot for Submarines, (13)
  • Havre, Obstacles to its Progress, (565) Hornsea, Sea Wall at, (397) Humber, The, 1905, 3, (40)
  • Irvine Harbour, Signalling Apparatus, &3., (555) Llanelly, 1905, 4
  • Llanelly Harbour Scheme, 4, (540)
  • Maine, Canalisation of, (449) Manila, Wharves at, (582) Manzanares, Improvement Works, (141) Mechlin Lock and Other Works Projected Below, (40)
  • Mersey, The, 1905, 3
  • Mississippi, Improvement of, 346
  • Missouri River Dam, (63)
  • Mohne River, Embankment at Soest, (449) Molesey, New Lock at, (582)
  • Montenegro, Antivari, Breakwater and Quay, (40)
  • Murray and Murrumbidgee Rivers, Locks on the, (397)
  • NalOn, Spain, Improvement of the Bed of the River, (40)
  • Niagara River, Variation in the Head Water, (449)
  • Niagara River Water, Serious Reduction in the Volume, (297)
  • Nile, Barrage at Esneh, (13), (89)
  • Pillau, Repair of a Mole at the Port of, 164 Port Said Harbour to be Doubled in Size, (601) Ribb’.e, The, 1905, 3
  • Rabble from Preston Lock to the Sea, 563 Rouen Channel Improvement, (527) Russian, No Work this Year on, (373) San Estebin de Pravia, Port of, (40), (195) San Francisco, Sea Wall at, (362) Seaham, 1905, 3
  • Seine at Rouen, (527)
  • Ships and Ports, by W. H. Wheeler, 574
  • Singapore, Harbour Improvement Scheme, (449), (527)
  • South African, C. W. Methven on, 384 Southampton, 1905, 3
  • Stettin Harbour, (653)
  • Swansea Pier, (436)
  • Teesside Developments, (459)
  • Thames, The, 1905, 3, 8
  • Barrage Scheme, The, 225 between Gravesend and the Nore, Dredging the, (89)
  • Conservancy, Dredging Operations, (601)
  • Conservancy and the London County Council Electric Supply Bill, (141) Conservators’ Meetings, (449) Harbour Bill Opposed, (141)
  • Toulon Port, Talked-of Enlargement, (267) Trebiz jnd, Projected Construction of Harbour at, (566)
  • Trent Navigation Bill, 466
  • Tyne, The, 1905, 3
  • Valparaiso Harbour, (169), (397), (423) Warkworth Harbour, (322)
  • Wear Rivcr, Continuation of Sea Wall, (449) West Riding Rivers Board, (497)
  • Whitby, 1905, 4
  • Yorkshire Rivers, 8
  • HARVARD College Observatory, Mounting the Refljctor at, (423)
  • Harvesting Machines to be Admitted into Norway Duty Free, (653)
  • Haulage Clip, A Simple, 296
  • Havre, Obstacle to its Progress, (565) Headstocks, All-gear—see Machine Tools Heat, Apparatus for Determining Mechan'cil
  • Equivalent of, (555)
  • Heat, Best Non-conductors of, (449)
  • Hinckley, Minneapolis, Novel Industry Started at, (653)
  • Hornsea, Scheme for Construction of Sea Wall and Promenade, (397)
  • Hose Clamp, Howard Eogineering Co., 178
  • Howkins, Mr. John, 470
  • Huddersfield Sewage Disposal Scheme, (555) Hydraulic Broaching and Bushing Presses, 532 Hydrolithe-Calcium Hydride, (630) Hypochlorites, Use of, in Sewage Disposal, 7 Hydrolithe for Inflation of Military Balloons, (397)
  • Hydroplane, The, (272)
  • ICE Age, The next, (141)
  • Impact Tests, 84, 121, 327
  • Indian Industrial Conference, Resolutions Passed at, (195)
  • Industrial Arbitration in New South Wales, 633
  • Industrial Companies, State Concessions to, 604
  • Influence of Environment on Manufacturing, 425

Institute, Franklin:

  • Ferro-Silicon Alloy, Professor A. E. Outer bridge on, (89), 355

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Annual General Meeting, (111), 495
  • Award of Bessemer Medal, (495)
  • Brittleness and Blisters in Tbin Steel Sheets. Mr. E. F. Law, 522
  • C^irnegia Research Scholarships, (495)
  • Chain - making Machinery, Emile Lelong (Couillet), 607
  • Compression of Steel Ingots in the Mould, Mr. A. J. Cipron, 495, 533
  • Expenses of Meetings in Sheffield, (26)
  • Iron, Icfluence of Manganese io, Professor Arnold and Mr. F. K. Knowles. 521
  • Oxygen, Its Use in Removing Blast Furnace Obstructions, Ritter C. von Schwarz, 522
  • Programme of Proceedings, 384
  • Visit of ihj American Institution of Mining Eogineers to England, 496; Programme of Meetitg, 111
  • Volume and Temperature Changes during Cooling of Cast Iron, Professor Turner, 496

Institute of Marine Engineers;

  • Annual Meeting, The Seventeenth, (473)
  • Combustion of Coal and Formation of Steam, Mr. J. U. Hawthorne, 208
  • Defence of the Realm, W. J. Harding, 380 Fluid Waves, Mr. A. E. Battle, 143 Oils, Mr. H. Lsask, 216

Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineeps, North of England; General Meeting, (594)

  • Report on Mechanical Coal Cutting, 279

Institution of Sanitary Engineers:

  • Meetings Arranged, (382), (652)

Institute, Staffordshire Iron and Steel;

  • Alicroscopic Iron Research, Mr. W. Rosenham, (436)

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • Annual Dinner, 291
  • Annual General Meeting ; Election of Officers ; Awards for Papers, 431
  • Country Roads for Modern Traffic, J. E. Blackwall, 231
  • Country Roads, Plea for Better, G. R. Jebb, 231
  • Elimination of Suspended Solids and Colloidal Matters from Sewage, Two Papers on, D. E. Lloyd-Davies, and Lieut.-Col. A. S. Jones and W. 0. Travis, 74
  • February Examinations Pass List, 355
  • Harbours of South Africa, C. W. M^thvon, 384 Metallurgy, Unsolved Problems in, R. A. Hadfield, 454, 483
  • Outer Barrier, Hodbarrow Iron Mines, H. S Bidwell, 326 ’
  • Railway Gauges in India, P. R. Upcott, 151
  • Resistance of Iron and Steel to Reversals of Direct Stress, Messrs, T. E. Stanton and L. Bairstow, 408
  • Widnes and Runcorn Transporter Bridge. I J
  • Webster, 293 s » •
  • GLASGOW ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS—
  • Aberdeen Railway Widening, Mr. W. A. Kemp, (87)
  • Clyde Valley Electric Power Works, Mr H A I Bxrnett, [277]
  • Fifteenth Annual Dinner, (149), (208)
  • Tramway Construction, Mr. J. More, jun.,(329)
  • NEWCASTLE - UPON - TYNE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS—
  • Fifteenth Annual Dinner, (71)
  • First Visit of the Session, (482)
  • YORKSHIRE STUDENTS, ASSOCIATION OF
  • Annual Dinner, (87), (206)
  • Electric Driving of Workshops, Mr. E. H. Crapper, (397)
  • Steam Turbine, Prof. Rpper, (286)
  • STUDENTS MEETING—
  • Graphical Determination of Deflection of Beams, Mr. C. H. Summer, (218)
  • Institution of Cleveland. Engineenst
  • Forging Presses, Mr. A. J. Capron, 428

Institution of Electrical Engineers;

  • Council Nominations for Election, (482) Long-flame Arc Lamps, Mr. Leonard Andrews
  • 426 ’
  • National Physical Laboratory, Opening of the Electro-technical Laboratories, 6.50
  • Programme of Visits and Excursions and Eater- tainment of Foreign Visitors, 580, 650
  • GLASGOW SECTION—
  • Annual General Meeting, 506
  • Internal Energy of Elements, Prof. F. Soddy, (293)
  • Maintenance of Underground Mains. Gee L- Black,(234)
  • Observations on the Mercury Arc, Mr. C. Orme Bastian, 506
  • MANCHESTER SECTION OF—
  • Gas Engines as Applied to Electric Driving. Jar. Atkinson, 179
  • LEEDS SECTION—
  • Visits, (486), (538)
  • Waste in incandescent Electric Lighting and some Suggested Remedies, Gee. Wilkinson, 690 ’

Institution of Engineers, Junior:

  • Anniversary Dinner, (122), 164
  • Architectural Design and Expression, Mr. H. H. Statham, 194
  • Boiler Trials, Prof. Cormack on, (62), (126) Vitit to Charing Cross Station, (12), (48) University College Laboratories, (62) the Electrical Standards Laboratory
  • Whitehall, (227)

Institution of Engineeps and Shipbuilders, Grimsby:

  • Visit to the R.M.S. Ophir, (627)
  • Visit to the t.y. Curmama, (358)

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, North-East Coast:

  • London County Council Passenger Steamers Archibald Hvgg, 329

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland;

  • General Mesung, (481)
  • Electric Motors for Machine Driving, Some Common Errors in Use of, Mr. W. A. Kerr (216), (327) ’
  • Evolution and Prospects of the Blastic Fluid Turbine, Mr. Neilson, 88
  • New Buildings, John B. W.hon’s Designs Adopted, (352), (484)
  • Refuse Destructors, Mr. H. N, Leask, 327

Institution of Mechanical Engineers :

  • Annual Dinner, 454
  • Behaviour of Materia’s of Construction under Pure Shear, Mr. E. J. Izod, 93
  • Engineering Research, Mr. E. P. Martin’s Announcement, 448
  • Fifty-ninth Annual General Meeting, 189
  • Locomotive Boilers, Large, Mr. Churchward on, 189, 204, 205, 288
  • Petroleum Fuel in Locomotives on the Tehuantepec National Railway of Mexico, Mr. Louis Greaven, 453, 456
  • Summer Meeting at Cardiff, Arrangements for, (356)
  • Worm Contact, Mr. Robt. Bruce, 94, 98, 123
  • GRADUATES’ ASSOCIATION—
  • Gas Eugines, Notes on Design and Construction of Large, Mr. J. Hurst, (293)
  • Meeting, Report, Election, (554) Motor Car Radiators or Coolers, Mr, F. Elgar
  • Bennett, (72) °
  • Tube Railways and their Construction, Mr. P. A. Amy, (l82)

Institution of Mining Engineers:

  • Brazed Joints in Steel Wires, Strength of. Prof Henry Louis, 626
  • Electric Winding tor Main Shaft and Auxiliary Work, Mr, W. C, Mountain, 624
  • Machine, Mining, Practical Prob ems of, Mr Sam Mayor, 626
  • Programme, Forty-fourth General Meeting, 566 Rateau Exhaust Steam-driven Three-phase
  • Haulage Plant, Mr. Wm. Maurice, 626
  • Re^ue Apparatus and the Expariences Gained therewith at the Courrieres Collieries by the G rman Rescue Party, Mr. G. A. Meyer, 626
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:
  • Annual Dinner, 480
  • Temperature cf the Earth in the Witwaters- rand, Mr. H. F. Marriott on the, (474)

Institution of Naval Architects:

  • '*'342^* Dates of, (174); R port read.
  • Presidential Address, Eirl of Glasgow’s, 342 Programme of the 1906 Session, 277 Cranes in Shipyards, Introduction of, Mr.
  • Alexander Murray, 393
  • Efficiency of Sutface Condensers, Prof. H L Weighion, 393, 431, (445)
  • Freeboard Rules, Notes on the, Mr. Foster ?tving, oUl
  • Gas Engines for Ship Propulsion, Mr. J E Thornyoroft, 393, 406
  • Motor Bjats, Design and Construction of Highspeed, Mr. James A. Smith, 370
  • Motor Boats, Speed of, and their Ratings for Racing Purposes, Mr. Linton Hope, 370
  • Overhead Wire Cableway Applied to Ship- building, Mr. J. L. Twaddeli, 393
  • Scouts, Tne New, Admiral Fitzgerald, 343 Steam Yachts, Some Comparisons, Mr. J, R
  • Barnett, 395
  • Yacht Racing Measurement Rules and the
  • International Conference, Mr. R. B. Froude,

Institution, Railway Benevolent:

  • Forty-eighth Meeting, (630)
  • INSURANCE. Boiler and Machinery, 254 International Rail Syndicate, The, 376 Intra Works of Zust and Co., 520

Iron and Steel:

  • Air Furnaoesfor Malleable Iron, American 564 American Trade, 1905 the Most Productive’and Prosperous Year in its History, (89)
  • Blast I urnace Gases, Utilisation ot, (381) Plant Buffalo, New York 610
  • „-New South Wales, (272) Cadmium a Protective Coating for, (o301 Consett Ironworks, 32 ®
  • Electric Furnaces for the Production of, 402 Electrm bmelting of, Mr. R. Mather, (88), Exports, International, 117 Furnaces, Blast, in Course of Erection in United States, (195) Ji^reccion in
  • Ironmasters’ Returns for 1905 49
  • ^J^Ple^of?PubUshfd7n'1^22^b^
  • Microscopic Iron Research, (436)
  • ’ fn Hnn‘?i? United States, (610)
  • in Hong Kong Dependency, (412) p- IDeposits Found (63) 1 ig Iron I reduction. Record in, 250 ’ Pipes of Hydraulic Systems, iron Scale on Valves on, (653) ocaie on
  • Rssiscance ot, to Reversals of Direct
  • Messrs. Staunton and Bairstow on 4f S ’ Rusting of Iron, The, 530, 563 ’
  • Rating of, Mr. J. T. Nance on, (653) U“t“Recoided:(2?^^ Lake ^Superior, Steel Bmldmg, F.fceen-storey, San Francisco,
  • AcTty^of,'(48*4)^ (^^9)
  • German, Export Bounties on, 476 Indian (or “ Wootz ”), (501)
  • Ingot, The Largest Ever Made, (149) Ingots and Castings, Bessemer, American Production of, m 1905, (248)
  • Ingots in the Mould, Compression of A J. Capron, 495, 533 ’
  • Injurious Effect of Acid Pickles on f243i Outm/?^\ “ Sands,’(ift?
  • Output, American, in 1905, (373)
  • Production, Eogland’s Position, (474)
  • Production, Record in, 651
  • Ride-barrel, (555)
  • Sheets, Brittleness and Blisters in Thin, Mr. E. F. Law on, 522
  • Tests, 118
  • in Theory and Practice, 655
  • Tower, 700ft. high, at Coney Island, (222)
  • Tubes, Collapsing Pressure of. Professor R. T, Stewart on, (653)
  • Vanadium, Mr. J. Kent Smith on, (180) Works, Gas and Steam in, 504
  • Swedish Ore, Proposed Export Duty on, (141), 173
  • Vanadium as a Steel Making Element, Mr, J. Kent Smith on, 293
  • Vanadium Steel for Motor Cars, 275 Works in Sweden, Extensive Projects for Establishment of. (501)
  • Yorkshire Iron, 215
  • See Letters from our own Correspondents
  • ITALIAN Industries, (Supple^nent^ Ap'i'il 1906), 389, 416, 492
  • Irrigation Engineering, Apology Published by the OazettCy 251
  • Plants iu South Africa, Demand for, (474)
  • Scheme, New South Wales, (630) in Western States of America, (653) Works in Burma, (1411
  • Works in the United States, (272)
  • Italian Industries, 468, 469, 520, 552, 598, 643, 647
  • JAMES Watt Memorial, 200
  • Japan, industrial Activity, (527)
  • Largest Industry is Textile, (89)
  • Note from, by Mr. Geo. W. Dickie, 47 John Ffita Medal Awarded to Geo. Westinghouse, (116)
  • Jute Exports, India’s, (474)
  • KAYSER, Mr. Chas. Wm., 443
  • Kuth Trubt, Lecture on the Steam Turbine as
  • Applied to Marine Pnrposes, by Professor J. H. Biles. 303
  • King’s College, Forty-sixth Aunuxl Dinner, (353) Road Widening Scheme Rejected, (555) Sanatorium at Midhurst, The, 603
  • Labour News, Strikes, and Wages Questions:
  • Agitation on the Continent, 475
  • Alien Workmen, The, 530
  • Apprenticeship, 377, 381
  • Colliers’ Federation, (283)
  • E'gbt Hour Act, Report of Committee Appointed by the French Chamber to Icquire into Working of, .(630)
  • Foreign Labour, 119
  • German Trades Unionists’ Visit to England. (458)
  • Gorman Workmen to Study English Labour Conditions, (272)
  • Gsrmany, Working Hours Reduction, at Chemical Worksj (501)
  • Haulier Difficulty, The, (436)
  • Industrial Arbitration in New South Wales, 632
  • London Trades Council’s Resolution as to a Ministry cf Labour, (141)
  • Ormesby Works, Dispute, (639)
  • Railway Servants’ Hours of Labour, 472
  • Shipyard Lock-out, An Averted, 480
  • Trade Union Law, 405, 445
  • Trade Unions on the Register, Funds, and Membership, (373)
  • Trades Disputes Bill, The, 349, 355, 426
  • Turkestan and the Labour Question, French Company’s Projected Removal of Works to. (397)
  • Unemployed, Fall in the Number of, 46
  • Unemployed, Lower Percentage of, (639)
  • Wages in America, Great Britain, and Germany, Rates of, Compared, (527)
  • Brighton Corporation, Principl« of a Minimum Wage Accepted by its Workpeople, (449)
  • Clyde Weekly, (258), 328, 484, 559 Ironworkers’, 558
  • Krupp Works, Essen, in 1871 and 1904, (501)
  • Manchester and Salford Machine Workers ask for Advance, (552)
  • Miners’, 221, (665) North-Eastern Railway, (513), (593), (639), (665)
  • Paddington Borough Council, Minimum Wage for all Permanent Workmen. .(653)
  • Statistics of Engineering, 251 Weekly Payment on the Clyde, 559 See also Letters from our own Correspondents
  • War-office Buying, (458)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Bill, 1906, 323, 416
  • LAMPBLACK in United States, Manufacture of (169) ’
  • Lang, Mr. John, (396)
  • Langley, Dr. Samuel Pierpoint, 226
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 48, 180, 259, 278, 358 386,412,512,538,563,614 ’ ’
  • Lead Pencils, (578)

Leaders:

  • 1905 : A Retrospect, 15
  • Accident on H.M.S. Prince of Wales, 403
  • Africa, Civil Engineering in, 17
  • Alcohol in America, Free Industrial, 301
  • Alien Workman, The, 530
  • America, South, Civil Engineering in, 17
  • American Railroads, 402
  • Apprentices, 118
  • American “Taff Vale ” Case, An, 477
  • Apprenticeship, 376
  • Arabia, Civil Engineering in, 17
  • Arc Lamp Illumination, 426
  • Armour Plates. 20
  • Australia, Civil Engineering in, 18
  • Bjgie, Tne, 66
  • Boiler Fittings and Explosions, 476 Boilersand their Otvners, Steam, 198
  • Bridge Contract, The Manhattan, 172
  • Bridges, Civil Engineering in 1905, 18 Burke’s Radiohes, 21
  • Canada, Civil Engineering in, 18
  • Canada, Our Trade with, 530
  • Canal Commission, The, 249
  • Charing Cross Station Rouf, 18, 43, 631
  • I Chemistry, 1S05, 21
  • China and the Far East, Civil Eogineering in 1905, 27
  • Civil Eogineering in 1905, 17
  • Coal-cuttipg Machinery, 530
  • Coal Experts, International, 173 Future of British, 350 Trade, The Yorkshire, 145
  • Colliery Disaster in France, 273
  • Commission on Trade Disputes, The, 197, 223
  • Condensers, Efficiency of, 275
  • Conference ia the EoKiceering Trade, 657 Cost of Condensing, The, 350
  • Country Roads and Motor Traffic, 250 Courri^res Mine Explosion, Tne, 477
  • Cruisers of the Future, 118
  • Cylinder Condensation, 65
  • Denaby Main Case, The, 503
  • Ddrai ment, A Curious, 225
  • Derwent Valley Waterworks, 18
  • I).-aw-bar Pull, 274
  • Dreadnoiigh*', I'he. 171
  • Drought in 1905, The, 18
  • Economy of Pumping Engines, The, 199
  • Education of Engineers, 425
  • Efficiency of Steam Plant, The, 658
  • Electric Furnaces for the Production of Iron and Steel, 402
  • Electricity and Astronomy, 559
  • in Bulk, 42
  • Gardens and Smoke, 452 London, 224
  • Engineerirg, Civil, lt05, 17, 18 and Finance in South Africa, 6(7 Mechanical, in 1905, 15
  • Trade, Conference in the, 657 Wages, Statistics of, 251
  • Engineers, Surplus of, 275
  • Engines, Economy cf Pumping, 1(9
  • Gas, 16
  • Marine, 16 Multi-cylindered Petrol, 145 Stationary, 16
  • Europe, Civil Engineering in, 18
  • Export Bounties on German Steel, 476
  • Fires in Motor Omnibuses, 144
  • Foreign Laboor, 119
  • French Naval Programme, The, 300
  • Galvanised Wire, 92
  • Gas Ecgines, 16
  • Engine Thermodynamics, 558
  • Producers, Suction, 16 and Ste&ni in Steel Works, 504
  • Supply, 1805, 19
  • Turbines, 16
  • Greenwich Observatory and the County Council, 657
  • Guns, Heavy, 20
  • New Field, 20 New Naval, 20
  • Germany’s Trade with India, 67
  • Government and the Fleet, 607
  • Highgate Tramcar Accident, 657
  • India, Civil Engineeriog in, 1905, 17
  • Industrial Arbitration in New South Wales, 633 Industrial Progress, Chemistry, 21
  • Influence of Environment on Manufactuiing,
  • Internationil Riil Syndicate, The, 376
  • Irish Light Railways, 632
  • Iron, Rusting of, 530
  • Iron and Steel Exports, International, 117
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 558
  • Irrigation, 17
  • James Watt Memorial, 200
  • Labour Agitation on the Continent, The, 475 Lighthouse Administration, 504
  • Lincoln and Malvern Bore Holes, 19
  • Locomotive Boilers, Large, 299 Smoke-boxes, 92 and Permanent Way, 529 and Smoke, 477
  • The Webb Compound, 655
  • London Electricity, 224, 324
  • Lusitania, The, 608
  • Machine Tools, 17
  • Manchester Water Supply, Finances, 19 Manchester Bridge Contract, The, 172 Mechanical Engineering in 1905, 15
  • Flight, 529 Lifts V. Locks, 67
  • Metropolitan District Railway, Broken Axles on, 376
  • Montague, Salvage of the, 603
  • Motor Gars, 16
  • Coaches on Railways, 301 Omnibuses, Fires in, 144
  • Municipal Events, Two, 351
  • Nation and Foreshore Protection, The, 144 National Physical Laboratory, The, 21, 300 Navy Estimates, The, 226
  • Oil and Boilers, 143
  • Patent Law, 376
  • and the Industries, 250 and the Inventor, 172 Persia, Civil Engineering in, 17 Petrol Engines, Multi-cylindered, 145 Petrol Torpedo Boats, 93 Pig Iron Production, Record in, 250 Projectiles, 20 Pumping Engines, Economy of, 199 Radiobes, Burke’s, 21
  • Railways, 15
  • Rates, 557 and Rating, 324 Reform, 325
  • Servants, Responsibilities of, 453 Statistics, 224
  • and Tramways, 198 Working Results, 583
  • Range Indicator, 21
  • Rating of a Light Railway, 452
  • Rating Petrol Engines, 325
  • Leadeps {continued):
  • Research in Particular, f 83
  • Research Works, 21
  • Rusting of Iron, 530
  • Siws, Toothless Circular, 43
  • Sea Speed, 41
  • Shipbnilding. English and German, 63
  • Shipper Hill Derailment, 584 Shipyards and the Mersey, 91
  • Steamboats and Principles, 274
  • Steam Boilers and their Qjvners, 198
  • Sieam Engineering, Experimental, 451
  • Steel in Theory and Practica, 655
  • Production, Record in. 451
  • Tests. 118
  • Steinhart Dry B ast System, The. 401
  • Surface Condensers, Efficiency of, 375
  • Thames Barrage Scheme, 225 Thames Steam to its, 93
  • Trades Disputes Bills, The, 349, 426
  • Trade Disputes and Legislation, 223
  • Trade Union Law, 171 Tramway Management, 200 Truck Acts, The, 325, 377 Turbines, Gas, 16
  • United States, Civil Engineering in, 17 Value of Reheaters, The, 42 Vanadium Steel for Motor Cars, 275 War Material, 1905, 19, 20, 21 Water Board, Metropolitan, 19
  • Supply in 1905, Completed Works, 18, 19
  • Supply, Work Abroad, 19 Welsh, 19
  • Webb Compound Locomotives, The, 655 Weekly Payment on the Clyde, 559 Workmen’s Compensation Bi',1, 1908, The, 323
  • LEEDS Corporation Sewage Scheme, (527)

Legal Intelligence :

  • Amtrican “Taff Vale” Case, An, 477 Daviison v. Sun Fan Co., 422 Denaby Main Case, The, 503
  • Fietchvr v the Mayor, Aidermen, and Burgesses of Birkenhead, (13)
  • Locomotives and Snoke, 477 Pneumatic Hammer Case, The, 614 Leith Docks, Centenary of, 526

Letters to the Editor:

  • AdiabiV’c, Meaning of. R. M, N., 9 Admiralty Policy and Naval Engineers, Ex
  • Engine-room Watch-keeper, 45
  • Admiralty Works Department, G. Y., 177 American Railways. Superintendent, 536 ^App-entices, Been Had, 177 ; A Mere Appreu- xice, 203
  • Apprenticeship, F. S. Ballin, 381 Arch Designing, Godfrey Ward, 149
  • Big End Bolts, Bar Strikes, 434 : J. G. Moon, 434 ; H. E. Hall, 471
  • Blast Furnace Gases, Utilisation of. Ironworks. 331
  • Boiler Explosions and Sinking Ships, A. S. E. Ackermann, 471; Jas. K. Rebbeck, 681
  • Boiler Explosions, Why are they Violent? W.
  • Akhurst, 45 ; John Riekie, 45
  • Boilers, Thermal Efficiency of. Student, 277;
  • Percival Cooke, 305 ; Specialist, 305 Bridges, Cantilevers v. Suspension, Bridger, 277
  • Bridges, Strength of, Bridge Engineer, 305 Bfidsh Standard Cement Specification, Charles
  • Nelson and Co., Limited, 405
  • British Standard Specification for Portland Cement, The Saxon Portland pany, Limited, 331
  • Cane Mills, R. W. Pupvi-j, 71 ;
  • and Co., 97
  • Charing Cross and Cannon-street, Ambrose Poyater, 9; S. H. Terry, 97; Henry Brockelbank, 177
  • Charing Cross Roof, A. W. Farnsworth, 71 ;
  • Specialist, 97 Cbaudieres Marines, E. Bertin, 97 Coach Weights, Montague F. Long, 9 Coal, Future of British, Arthur J. Martin, 405 Coast Erosion and Reclamation, A. Dowson, 536 Cold Heading Machines, E. W,, 203 Commercial Organisation of Engineering
  • Factories, W. O. Horsnaill, 681 Concrete Piles and Steel Piles, Piling, 305 Condenser, The “Contraflo,” R. M. Neilson,
  • 509; Superintendent Ecgineer, 445 ; R. L, Weighton, 471
  • Condensers,.Efficiency of, R. M. Neilson, 305 Condensers, W. M. Callander, 471; Supsrintendent Engineer, 536
  • Cost of Condensers : The Best Vacuum, Frank Foster, 381
  • Country Roads, Arthur Heywood, 327 ; Ernest McCullough, 471
  • Crane, Powerful Shipbuilding, J. W. Brown, 355
  • District Railway, The, J. J., 355 Dreadnought, H.M.S., W. H. White, 203 Dredger, Early, Scoggan, 9
  • Efficiency of Surface Condenser?, R. L, Wtigh- ton, 404
  • Engineering Contracts, Eugineer of Forty Years’ Standing, 149
  • Experimental, Loco , 471 Marine, Poplar School of—see Poplar
  • Works, Organisation tf a, A. Williams Price, 121, 203 ; W. 0. HorsnailJ, 219
  • Eagineers, Training of, Finance, 534 Entropy, A Plain Man, 9; Sidney A. Reevo, 121
  • Estimation of Costs, John Batey, 276
  • Estimating Costs, A. Williams Price, 97;
  • R. J. N. W., 149, 203 ; Archibald T. B. Little, 177 ; A. W. Farnsworth, 219
  • Exhausting by Compressed Air, Inquirer, 45 Fire at Charlton, Per pro Johnson and Phillips, Limited, 219
  • Fly-wheels? Fly-wheel, 327
  • French Compounds on Great Western Railway,
  • G. A. Paycer, 305
  • Gas Engine, Abnormal Explosions in, F. R. N,, 9 ; Hal Williams, 4.5
  • Groynes, Chain, W. T. Douglass, 9; R. G. Allanson Winn, 45
  • Impact Tests, Ferrite, 327 ; R. T. Glazebrook, 327 ; T., 121
  • International Railways, Henry J. Cooke, 355 Irish Light Railways, Cnairman of the
  • Donegal Railway Company, 661
  • Letters to the Editor ((•ojifinitt’J):
  • Lip of Locomotive Valves, Herbert W. G-arratt, 355
  • Locomotive Actuelle, La, M. Demoulin. 613 Boilers, George Hughes, 219 Great Central, Charles S. Lake, 97 ; J. F. Gairns, 121 ; Charles
  • B. King, 203
  • Great Northern Compcuud Express, H. A. Ivatt, 121
  • Latest Great Northern, The, Chas. S. Lake. 381
  • Links in History of, W. Greenhill, 121
  • “Novelty,” Links in the History of the, David Gamble, 445
  • Smoke-boxes, Geo. T. Clayton, 252 Smoke-boxes — see Smoke - box Action
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Train Loads, Montague F. Long, 219
  • Motor Car Engine’, W. J. B., 277 and Patents, H. W. Staner, 9 Progress in France, Jas. D. Roots, 149
  • National Physical Laboratory, C. Croydon Marks, 327 ; Disinterested, 355
  • Naval Engineering Crisis, The, Carlyon Bellairs, 471
  • Stokers and Naval Bogineers, Fred T. Jane, 535, 587, 635 ; Engineer, 635 ;
  • E. R. A., R. N. R., 635 ; Ex-Eogine- room Watchkeeper, 444, 613 ; An Old Watchkeeper, 535; Another Engine-room Watchkeeper, 563. 613
  • Training, New Scheme of. Sorites, 587
  • Newcomen Eogines, Douglas Leechman, 219 Overhead Traffic on Thames Bridges, J. Brown, 149
  • Patent Law, Anglo-Indian, 405; HenryBrockel- bank, 405 ; Eiward Carpmael, 434, 470, 535, 613 ; Ivan Levinstein, 444, 509, 563, 587, 661; R. M. Neilson, 444 Office Library, The, Henry Brockelbank, 445
  • J. H. Knight, 203 and the Industries, R. M. Neilson, 277
  • Pipas for Sea-water, S. Pace, 277 ; Goo. T. Pardoe, 305
  • Poplar School of Marine Engineering, Engineer, 149
  • Portland Cement, Specification for, Nelson and Co., Limited, 277
  • R ul Motor Services, Henry James, 661 Rulwiy Couplings, F. Gross, 381 Railways, Projected International, G. Fell, 327
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Letters from our own Correspondents

  • (missing lines)
  • Germany, 26, 50, 102, 126, 154, 208, 234, 284, 308, 332, 361, 386, 410, 437, 460, 514, 540, 568, 594, 616, 640, 666
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 24, 48, 74, 100, 124, 152, 180, 208, 232, 256, 282, 306, 330, 358, 384, 408, 435, 458, 484, 512, 538, 566, 592, 614, 638, 664
  • Lancashire, 24, 48, 74, 100, 124, 152, 180, 208,
  • 232, 256, 282, 306, 330, 358, 384, 408, 435,
  • 458, 484, 512, 538, 566, 592, 614, 638, 634
  • Scotland, 25, 49, 75, 101, 125, 163, 182, 257, 283, 307, 331, 360, 385, 409. 436, 485, 513, 539, 567, 693. 615, 639, 665
  • Sheffield, 24, 49, 76, 101, 124, 153, 181,
  • 233, 257, 282, 307, 331, 359, 385, 409,
  • 459, 485, 513, 539, 567, 592, 615, 639, 665
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 25, 50, 76, 102, 125, 154, 182, 208, 233, 258, 283, 308, 332, 360, 386, 410, 436, 460, 486, 614, 640, 568, 593, 616, 640, 666
  • LETCHWORTH, Garden City, 601
  • Lift, Barracca, 612
  • L’ft, Electric, A. W. Pearose and Co., Limited, 562
  • Mechanical, v. Locks, 67 Lighthouse Administration, 604 for Crosby Channel, New, (13) on the Diamond Shoals, Cape Hatteras, 276
  • Lighting the Lamps of, by the Acetylene Gas System and by Matthews’ Vaporised Oil System, (347)
  • Lighting of the Clyde, Improved, 45
  • Lignite in Germany in 1905, Oatput of, (653) Liquid Air at Ss. per Gallon,* United States, (222)

Literature N.B.—Figures in brackets refer to Books Received and Short Notices.

  • Aerial Navigation and Meteorology in the Library of the Patent-office, Subiect List cf Works on, (59)
  • Air Machinery, Mechanics of, Dr. J. Weisbach and Professor G. Herrmann (Translation),
  • Alternating Currents, Alf. Hay, (264) Alternating-current Windings, C. Kinzbrunner. (264)
  • American Institute of Architects, Proceedings of the Thirty-eighth Annual Convention, (48)
  • American Institute of Mining Engineers, Bimonthly Bu-letin, (264)
  • Analyse des M6taux par Electrolyse, H. Hol- lard and L. Bertiaux, (427)
  • Anunaire pour Tan 1906, Public par le B jreau des Longiiudes, (48), 59
  • Association f-f Municipal and County Eogi aeers, Vol. XXX [., Proceedings of the lucorporcited, (48)
  • Balance Sheets and How to Read Them, T. H. Gough, (497)
  • Brass and Iron Pounding, Joseph E. Dingerfield, (261)
  • Bridge and Structural Design, W. Chase Thomson, (497)
  • British Association of Waterworks Engineers, Vol. X,, 1905, Biggs and Co., (497) Engineering Standards Coded Lists, Vol. IIL, Published by R. Atkinson, Limi'od, (561)
  • Imperialism and Commercial Supremacy, M. Victor Berard, 301
  • Builders’, Architects’, Contractor^’, and Engineer’s Price-book for 1906, F. T. W. Miller, (213)
  • Burt’s Railway Rates Timber Tables, (161) Cambridge Physical Series, Radio Activity, E. Rutherford, (134)
  • Canal Boat (laugiogs to Standard Tons, Table for the Converaion of, Compiled by S. L. Thacker, (478)
  • Carpentry and Joinery, Manual of, J. W. Rih y, (213)
  • Cements, Limes, and Plasters, Edwin C. Eckel, 4/7
  • Chemistry tf the Material of Engineeiiig, A. Humboldt Sexton, (478)
  • Compensation, Law of, A. A. Hudson, Messrs. Miller, Peck, and Hutnphries, (161), 213
  • Concrete and Constructional Eogineering, 57, Moorgate-street, (497)
  • Continuous-current Armatures, C. K’nzbrunner, (264)
  • Cost of Competition: Elf irt at the Understanding of Familiar Facts, Sidney A, Reeve, (^27)
  • Crematoria in Great Britain and Abroad, Albert C. Freeman, (264)
  • Dampfturbinen, Die, W. H. Evermann, 160
  • Differential and Integral Calculus, Preliminary Course in, A. H. Angus (161)
  • Directory of Agencies, Mines and Haciendas, 1905-6, Percy G. Holms, (427)
  • Chy of London, for 1903, W. H. and L Collingiidge, (497)
  • Eleetricim,The, ElectncalD'rectory and Handbook for 1906, (497)
  • Export Merchant Shippers’, for 1906, The Carter Publishing Company, (497) ,
  • Kelly’s, of Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 1906, (531)
  • Manchester Royal Exchange, (561) Manual of Electrical Undertakings and Directory of Officials, 1996, Vol X., (497)
  • Mercantile Year-book and Directory of Exporters, 1905, W. L. Jones, (497)
  • of Shipowners, Shipbuilders, and Marine Engineers, 1906, (497)
  • Doors, Five Tests with, “ The Kinnear Door,” (531)
  • Dynamo-Electric Machinery, Silvanus P, Thompson, (48)
  • Dynamos and Motors, Practical Testing, Chas. F. Smith, (561)
  • Dynamo and Motor Construction, Practical, Alf. W. Marshall, (48)
  • Electric Machines and Apparatus, Construction of, C. Ki( zbrunner, (264)
  • Electric Wa’ze Telegraphy, Principles of, J. A. Fleming, (478)
  • Electrical Directory, 1906, Universal, J, A. Berly’s, (378)
  • Engineering in Theory and Practice,
  • G. D, Aspinal Parr, (561)
  • Industry Charts, The “Electrician” Printing and Publishing Company. (561)
  • Power, What it is and what it can do, A. W. Marshall, (264)
  • I’Electricit^, Proc^dbs de Commando h, Distance au Moyen de, R6gis Frilley, (264)
  • Electricity as Applied to Mining, Arnold Lupton and H. Perkin, (161)
  • Meters, Hy. G. Solomon, (302) Supp'y, Central Station, Albert Gay, (264)
  • Electro-Chemistry, Experimental, N. Monroe Hopkins, (264)
  • Electro-Chemistry, Practical, Bertram Blount, (302)
  • Electro-Magoelic Theory of Light, Chas. Emerson Currey, (161)
  • Elektrischen Zentralen, Prufungen in. Dr. E. W. Lehmann-Richter, (264)
  • Encyclopedia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades, Vol, iii., (478); Joseph G. Horner, Vols. i. and li;, (119)
  • Literatupe {continued}:
  • Energy Chart, The, Capt. H. Riall Sankey (134)
  • E igineering Books, Some Recent, 30 Engineer’s Pocket Dictionary, French-Eoglitsb Mr. Lvoff, (264)
  • Englishwoman’s Year-book and Directory, 1906, Emily Janes, (134)
  • Explosives, New Methods of Testing, C. E. Bichel {Translation)^(161)
  • “Fifty-four Hour” and Wages Reckoner, The, by a Rstirei Banker, (427)
  • Frenzied Finance, The Crime of Amalgamated (5w), T. W. Lawson, (264)
  • Gas Engine Design, Chas. Edw. Lucke, 160 and Oil Engine Management, M. Powis Bale, (213)
  • Treatise on Producer, and on Gas Producers, Sam. S. Wyer, (427)
  • Geometry, E’.ementary Descriptive, G. H. McLeod, (119)
  • Gold Dredging Annual Supplement, 1906, Capt.
  • C. C. Loogiidge, (561)
  • German Course for Science Students, First
  • H. G. Fiedler and F. B. Sandbach, (497)
  • Guide Books, Issued by the Health Resorts Development Asscciation, (561)
  • Hazelfa Annual for 1906, W. Palmer, (8)
  • Homeland Hand-books — Dorchester, with its Surroundings, Prescott Row, (561)
  • Hydrau ic Motors, Irvine P. Church, (48)
  • Hydraulic Mutors with Related Subjects, Including Centrifugal Pumps, Pipes, and Channels, Professor J. P. Church, 133
  • Hydrographic Surveying, Sam. Hill Lea, (8) Indicator Hand-book, The, Parc I., Chas. N.
  • Pickworth, (497)
  • Industrial Efficiency, Arthur Shadwell, (264)
  • Ingenieurs Taschenbuch herausgegeben vom Akademiscben Verein “Hiitte,” 59
  • Injectors: their Theory, Construction, and Working, W, W. F. Pullen, (478)
  • Institute of Marine Engineers, Proceedings Session 1905-6, (427)
  • Institute of Naval Architects, Index to the Transactions of, Vols. i. to xlvi., 1860 to 1904, (134)
  • Institution of Civil Eogineers, Minutes of the Proceedings of the, Vols. clx. dxi., and clxii., Edited by Dr. Tudsberry, 119
  • Electrical Engineers, Journal cf, (302)
  • Engineers, Junio**, Record of Transictions, (213)
  • Mechanical Eagineers, Part I. and If. Proceedings of, (48) Inventions and Designs in 1905, Calcutta, (427) Iron, Steel and other Alloys, Professor H. M. Howe, (497)
  • Iron and Steel Manufacture, Principles and Practice of, W. Macfarlaue, (497)
  • Krane, Anton Bottches und G. Frasch, (161).
  • 213 ’ '
  • L’Ann^e Technique, 1905, A. Da Cuncha. (261) Ltxbou’s Buildero’ Price-book for 1906, (378) Lecture Aeeney Advance Date B-ok, July to
  • June, 1906-7, July to June. 1907-8, (478)
  • Local Government Board, Board of Efucalion, Home-office, and Treasury, Departmental Decisions by the, (134)
  • Locomotive Actuelle, La, Mfcurice Demmlin. 559, 572, 613
  • Locomotive Tests and Exhibits cf the Pennsylvania Railway System at the Louisiana Purchase Expo ition, 1904, (161)
  • Machine Design, Albert W. Smith and Guido
  • H. Marx, (48)
  • Magnetism and Electricity, S.hool, R. H. Jude. (264)
  • Marine Boilers, L, E. Bertin and L. S. Robertson, (119)
  • Maschiaenkunde fiif Chemiker, Albrecht von Jhering, (561)
  • Mathematics for Students of Chemistry and Physics, Higher, J. W. Mellor, (161)
  • Matriculation Directory, No. XLIL The Calendar, 1905-1906, (264)
  • Milling Machines, Modern, Joseph G. Horner. (302)
  • Metallurgy of Gold, S. Kirke Rose, (261)
  • Modern Buildings: Their Planning, Construction, and Eiiuipment, G. A. T. Middleton, (254), (497)
  • Motive Power and Gearing for Electrical Machinery, E. Tremlett Carter, (378)
  • Motor Car Mechanics for Beginners, AnA.B.C. cf Automobile Construction, G. Foster Pedley, (497)
  • Mechanism and Management, Part
  • I. : The Petrol Car, W. Poynter Adams, (213)
  • Repairing, Practical, Eric W. Walford, (561)
  • Ignition Appliances, T. H. Hawley, (264) Vehicles and Motors, Vol. ii., W. Worbv Beaumont, (264)
  • Year-book, Automobilists’ Annual, 11. Massac Buist, (497)
  • Motors and Motor Driving, Lord Northcliffe, (561)
  • Multiple Cost Accounts, H. Stanley Garrv (42/) *
  • Municipal Year-book for 1906, Robert Donald (378)
  • Naval Annual, 1906, The, J. Leyland andT. A. Brassey, (561)
  • Nile in 1904, The, Wm. Willcocks, (48), 58
  • Patents to Inventors, Arthur Hu^h Stanley (264)
  • Patternmaking, Practical, F. W. Bxrrows (561)
  • Paiternmaking, Practical, Herbert Aughtie, (427)
  • Pennsylvania Railway Locomotive Text-bcck (264) " ’
  • Permanent Way Material, Platelaying and Points and Crossings, &c., W. H. Cole, (134) Photot ^pographic Methods and Instruments Elementary Treatise on, J. A. Flemer, (561)’ Phototopographic Instruments and Methods Elementary Treatise on, J. A. Flemer, 632 ’ Public School Year-book tor 1906, Swan, Sonn- enschein and Co., (264)
  • Progress, Social and Industrial, Part II. (Quarterly), The Organ of the British Insti’ tute of Social Service, (531)
  • Pumping Machinery, Principles, Construction and Application of, Henry Davey, 58 ’
  • Literature (co»/inwed):
  • Reed’s Nava Seaman’s Assistant, by Vulcan, (478)
  • Refrigerating Machinery, Modern, its Construe- i tion, Methods of Working and Industrial i Applications (Translation), Professor H. ! Lorenz, 58 I
  • Revista Marittima, October, 1905, Romo, (48) | Royal Agricultural Society of England, Journal of, (302)
  • Royal Navy List and Naval Recorder, Lieut.- Colonel F. Loan, (161)
  • Royal Scottish Society of Arts, Transactions of the, Vol. xvi., Part III,, (427)
  • Russell Wheeler, Davenport, G. P. Pulmans and Sons, (264)
  • Schiffbautechnischen Gesellschaft, Jahrbuch der, 263
  • Schiffsschraube, Die, Albert Achenbach, (134) Science Year-book and Diary for 1906, Major B. F. S. Baden-Powell, (8)
  • Sell’s Dictionary of the World’s Press and Advertiser’s R-.ference Book, Henry Sell, 497
  • Sell’s Directory of Registered Telegraphic Addresses, 1906. (378)
  • Shipping World Year-book, 1916, E. R. Jones, (497)
  • Sines and Cosines Multiplied by the Integers
  • 1 to 9, Tables of, C. W. Scott, (134)
  • Slide Rule : A Practical Manual, (561)
  • Soci^td des Ingdnieurs Civils de la France, Mdmoire et Compte Rendu des Travaux de la, (302)
  • Specification for Architects, Surveyors and Engineers, 1906, (531)
  • Steam Road Wagons, Modern, Wm. Norris, 497
  • Turbines, Carl C. Thomas, (497), 610 Turbines, Their Development, Styles of Bnild, &c., Wilhelm Gentsch, (161), 213
  • Structure and Strength of Materials, Theory of, H. T. Bovey, (48)
  • Technical Dictionary in Six Languages, K. Demhardt and A. Schlomann, (478), 531
  • Telephone Hand-book, The Practical, Joseph Poole, (59)
  • Theory of Determinants in the Historical Order of Development, Thos. Muir, (264)
  • Tides and Waves, Practical Manual of, W. H. Wheeler, (302)
  • Tunnel Shields and Use of Compressed Air in Subaqueous Works, Wm. Chas. Copper- thwaite, (478), 631
  • Turbine, The Marine Steam, I. W. Sothern, (531)
  • Valves and Valve-gear Mechanisms, Prof, W. E. Dalby, (161), 377
  • Ventilation, Heating and Lighting of Dwellings, J. W. Thomas, (497)
  • Water Softening and Treatment, W, H. Booth, (497)
  • Water Supply of Villages and Small Towns, H. C. H. Sbenton. (134)
  • Waterways, Our, Urquhart A. Forbes and W. H. R. Ashford, (302)
  • Waterways, Our, History of Inland Navigation considered as a Branch of Water Conservancy, U. A. Forbes and W. R. Ashford, 478
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, Prof. Domenico Mazz.tto, (497)
  • Who’s Who Year-book, Publishers: Adam and Chas. Black, (8)
  • Writers’ and Artists’ Year-book, 19C6, (161)
  • Year-book of Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, Compiled from Official Sources, (8), (134)
  • LOCOMOTIVES—see Railway Index
  • London County Council and Loan to Battersea Council for Paving Works, (116) Population within Circle of Ten Miles Diameter and Centre of Charing Cross, (222)
  • Traffic, Royal Commission on, (527) Works, Renfrew, 166, 170
  • Lorry, 40-Horse-pow6r Steam, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 216, 217
  • Low Temperatures and Chemical Analysis, MM. d’Arsonval and Bordas on, (582)
  • Lubrication of Small Warship Engines, Forced, 244
  • “ Lusol,” Paris Street Lighting with, (116) Lyons Town Council, Visit to England, (527)
  • McGILCHRIST, Mr. Jas., 526

Machine Tools:

  • 1905, 17
  • American Machinist on the Pattern Stores of an English Tool Maker, (630)
  • Boring Machine, Earth, Mr. Thos. Matthews, 357
  • Boring Machine, Pollock and McNab, Limited, 663
  • Cable-laying Machine, Johnson and Phillips, 588
  • Cold Heading, 203
  • Commutator Truing Machine, Harper, Phillips and Co., Limited, 587
  • Core-making, Messrs. J. W. and C. Phillips, 227
  • Design, by Professor J. T. Nicolson and Mr. Dempster Smith ; Nos. XV. and XVI., Allgear Headstocks, 29 ; No. XVIL, Lathes with Treble-compound Geared Headstocks; Theory of All-gear Headstocks, 132, 211, 413,545, 571 Drill, Six-Spindle Boiler, Herr Ernst Schiess, 321
  • Drilling and Bjring, Horizontal, Noble and Lund, Limited, 8, 14
  • Drilling Machine, Three-spindle, Wm. Asquith, Limited. 417
  • Drills in Transvaal Gold Mines, Drilb Required per Shift, (40)
  • Electrically-driven, in Shipyards, 220
  • Lathe, Duplex Wheel, Messrs. Beyer, Peacock and Co. {Supplement, Febrntani 1906), 194
  • High-speed, J. Parkinson and Son {Supplement, Map IH/t, 1906), 473
  • Nc. 16 Combination Turret, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 510
  • Lathe, Prentice Four-spindle Automatic, 480 for Steam TuriJine Work, Hulse and Co., Ijimited, 656, 563
  • Tramway-wheel Turning, Tang ye Tool and Eiectric Company, Limited, 178 Pitch Punching Machine, E. Donovan, 589 Planing Machine, Double-cutting, J. Butkton and Co., Limited, 122
  • Pneumatic Hammers and by Hand, Relative Cost of Riveting with, (89)
  • Pneumatic Power Hammer, Electric, Messrs. B. and S. Massey. 586
  • Sawing Machine, Duplex Frame Plate, St. George’s Engineering Works, 46
  • Saw, Hot Swing, Coghlan Steel and Iron Company. Limited, 150
  • Saws, Toothless Circular, 43, 71, 121
  • Shear Stress and Permanent Angular Strain, W. C. Popplewell, 53
  • Sheais, High speed, John Rhodes and Sons, Limited, 379
  • Variable Speed Countershaft, J. W. Knowles and Sons, Limited, 537, 654
  • MACHINERY, Breakdowns of, Mr. W. Riinforth
  • i on,(506)
  • • Machinery Insurance, 254
  • Mackay, Mr. John, 163
  • Mail Conveyors for the Chicago Post-ofiBce, 610 Manchester Sewage Works, Contact Beds, (272) Mani'a, Wharves at, (582)
  • Manufacturing, Influence of Environmenton, 425 Maps, Coast Erosion and other—see Illustratscns, Subject Index
  • Maps, Motor R )ute, (554)
  • Marshall, Mr. H. D. 270
  • Marshall, Mr. Ja?., Presentation at Gainsborough to, (538)
  • Masham, Lord (with Portrait), 135
  • Materials of Construction under Pure Shear, Behaviour of, 93
  • Mathematics to Technical Students, Teaching of, (137)
  • Mathewson, Mr. J. E., 579 Maxfield, Mr. John, 444 Mechanical Flight, 629
  • Mechanical Transport for War Purposes, J. I.
  • Thorny croft and Co., Limited, (434)
  • Meetings next Week, 256
  • Merchandise Marks Act, Prosecution under the, (527)
  • Mercury, Purifying, A Simple Process, (347) Metallurgical Microscope, The Rosenheim, 304

Metals and Metallurgy :

  • Alloy of Copper, Zinc and Lead, (630)
  • Light Weight for Motor Cycle Hub Barrels, (116)
  • of Thorium and Aluminium, M, O. Honigschmid ou, (222)
  • Aluminium, Bradley Patent, (449) Centre of the United States
  • Niagara Falls, (116) Effect of Pressure cn, (449) Electrolyte for Electro-plating, (248)
  • Increased'Price of, (501) Industry in United States, Expiration of C. M. Hall’s Patent, (474) and Lead will not Alloy, (297) Paper, (527)
  • United States Output, (116), (501) and Zinc Alloy, (686)
  • “Alzsne” Alloy, (585)
  • Brass Castings, Pinholes or Blow-holes in, (40) Brass Mixture which has the same Coefficient of Expansion and Contraction as Cast Iron, (40)
  • Brasses,Some Special, M. LeonGuillet on, (582) Brassworkers, Better Training of, (13) Cadmium Coatiog for Iron, (630) Copper—see Copper, Sub-Index
  • Corrugating Machine for Metal Sheets, W. G. Causer, 665
  • Ferro-manganese by Water, Attack of, '479) Ferro-silicon Alloy, (89)
  • Ferro-silicon in the Foundry, Mr. A. E Outerbridge on, (89), 255
  • “ German Silver,” Wrongly So-called, (40)
  • Gold Output, Australia, 1904. 1905, (63)
  • Gold Coast, (449) Transvaal Minos, 1906,1904, (89), March, 1906. 565
  • j Gold Specie Transferred from England to America in Three Weeks, (474)
  • Hydrolithe-Calcium Hydride, (630)
  • Iridium Rivals Steel in Hardness, (40)
  • Iron—.see Iron and Steel Sub-Index, and Letters from our own Correspondents (North of England and Scotland)
  • Manganese Deposits, Brgz'l, Geological Formation of, (63)
  • Mercury Tempering for Drills, Use of, (423) Metallurgical Laboratory at Chinanfu, (63) Metallurgical Product, New, Prof. Outerbridge on,(89) ®
  • Metallurgy, Unsolved Problems in, R. A. Hadfield, 454, 483
  • Nickel, Coefficient of Expansion of. Mr. H M Randall, (13)
  • Osmium Filaments, Flexibility of, and C. A. von Welsbach’s Patent, (423)
  • Palladium, (449)
  • Pig, Bloom, and Various other Kinds of Iron Exports from Sweden, (423)
  • Platinum, Current Price of, (397)
  • Platinum, Questions Concerning, to be Considered in Russia by Special Council, (474)
  • Radium, Substance of tho Same Nature as Discovered by Sfgnor Battelli, (630) ’
  • Silicon-copper Spring Metal, (40), (116)
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel Sub-Index Tantalum, Pens of, (527)
  • Tin, 505. 626
  • in Cape Colony, 269
  • in Egypt in the Eighteenth Dynasty, Use of, (474)
  • Mining, Bolivia, (627) ?
  • Pig, Startling Condition of Market, (423) Plate Industry, American, (527) Plate Mills in Wales, (195)
  • Titanium Combining with other Metab American Process, (373) ’
  • y Wooti5,” Indian Steel or, (501)
  • Zinc Alloy, Aluminium and, (585)
  • Zinc Sheets, New Use for, 630)
  • MICHELE, Mr. Vitale Domenico de 361 Microscope, The Rosenheim, 304
  • Microscopic Iron Research, (436)
  • Midhurst, The King’s Sanatorium at, 603
  • Mill, New Type of Electrically-driven Universal Plate, (449)
  • Miller, Mr. Henry V.,' (164)
  • Miller, Sir Gordon, 480

Minerals;

  • Copper—see Copper Sub-Index _ .
  • Diamonds and Precious Stones in Rhodesia, Discovery of, (63)
  • Dolomite for Lining Furnaces, Best Found in Russia, (555)
  • Iron, Pig, The World’s Total Output, (40)
  • Iron—see Iron and Steel Sub-Index
  • Manganese Ore, South Africa, (13)
  • Mica, Canadian, (297)
  • Molybdenite from Norway, (423) Pechora, R ch Finds of Copper Ores. (248) Pyrites Containing Copper, Norwegian Exports of, (423)
  • Radium Bromide, Mr, K. Augstio.Ti’s Investigations, (13)
  • Radium, Substance of the Same Nature as, (630)
  • Survey of Nigeria, Professor Dunstan on, 465 Transvaal Ou'put, 1904 and 1805, (89)
  • Water Crystals Found in Mines, A New Industry, (63)

Mines and Mining News :

  • Austrian, Total Number of Persons Employed in, (141)
  • Coal-cutters, Machine, Agreement Concerning the Conditions under which they are to be Worked, (248)
  • Cuba, Juragua Mines, Iron Wharf and Viaduct at Siboney, (605)
  • Electric Plant in a Shale, 367
  • Rack-rail Haulage iu Mines, 683 Winding for Main Shaft and Auxiliary Work, Mr. W. C. Mountain on, 624 Electrically-driven Air Compressors, Mr. A. Thompson, 624
  • Exploding Mines by Acoustic Waves, (555) Hodbarrow Iron Mines, The Outer Barrier, H. S. Bidwell, 323
  • Miners’ Wages, 221
  • Mining Students in ShefiBeld, (497)
  • Papers Read at the Institution of Mining Engineers, 624, 625, 626
  • Rescue Apparatus used at Courribres by the Gormans, Mr. G. A. Meyer on, 626
  • Rescue Work in Mines, (568)
  • Shaft-sinking near Doncaster, 122
  • Shale Mine, Electric Plant in a, 367 Temperatures in Deep Level Mines, (296) Tin Mining in Bolivia, (627), (630) Transvaal Gold Mines, Drills Required per Shift by each Machine Drill, (40)
  • Transvaal Mineral Output, October, 1905, (24) Underground Mechanical Transport in the Witwatersrand Goldfields, Barth Temperatures in, Mr. H. F. Marriott on, 106, 296
  • MINTING House Unearthed in the Mo of Man, (195)
  • Molesey, New Lock at, (582)

Motor Boats and Vehicles, and all Matters Connected therewith :

  • Accidents in the Metropolitan Area in April, (501)
  • Alcohol for, in America and Germany, (40) Ambulance Vehicle, Glasgow, (423) Ambulances, London County Council’s Scheme (13)
  • Automobile Club’s Driving and Mechanical Proficiency Certificates, (40), (169) (248), (272), (397)
  • Club, Entries for the Tourist Trophy Race Received by the, (297)
  • Hill-climbing Competition
  • _ at South Harting, (555)
  • Tourist Trophy, Race for, (116)
  • Trials, (116), (378)
  • ^^b^* ^69^*^^^ Trials Discouraged Mitrailleuse, Commander Guye ,.,(214) ’
  • Mutual Protection Association and Roads Improvement Associa- Committee formed, (248)
  • Spain, Public, through New York, American Imports of, (272)
  • Trade iu Portugal, (195) in Italy, Manufacture and Use of . Increasing, (169) ’
  • Bicycles Ordered for Military Purposes bv Secretary of State for War, (222)
  • Boat Club of America and the Motor Yacht (141)’ to be held between,
  • British, Lectures at, (13)
  • Repairers and Water Garages, (222)
  • Mersey Begatta, (347); Requirements of Manne Motors in Design and tSM'- High-speed, 371
  • Construction of, Mr. Jas, A. Smith on, 370 ’
  • at Naples- (169)
  • W- Wind-
  • . J ui?H.I.';;,?:?"® ’••W »>• “'£"5?)""’*"“* “w oppo- '(sSr*"' *» April
  • blotor O.„
  • Cabs with Taxameters in London, (527) Capital Created within Ono Year bv NBO, Motor Companies, 555
  • Cars for an Arctic Expedition, ’Three (347) Commissions Report Whon (.-ii -C , published ((297) ’ “ '’®
  • Industry, The, (219)
  • Commercial Vehicle
  • (272), 320
  • Crystal Palace, 37 at Olympia, Commercial to be Excluded, (248) Paris, 10, 11
  • France, New Regulations as to Cars in, (322) French Motor Car Makers and the Direct Drive Patent, (297)
  • Gardner-Serpollet Easiness Purchased by A. Darracq and Co., (474)
  • Gear-driven, and the Renault Patent, (13) German, in India, (169)
  • Germany, Taxation of, in, (322) Heavy Motor Traffic, Vibration consequent on, and its Effect on Drainage, (116)
  • Holland, Regulations concerning Introduction of Cars into, for a Temporary Visit, (297) Imports into Egypt, French and British, (449) Italian Motor Car Industry, 552
  • Italy, Coach-building, Pirelli and Co.’s Works near Barcelona, 598, 599
  • Launch, Paraffin, R. Hornsby and Sons, Limited, 500
  • Lifeboat, The Newhaven, (613)
  • London to Edinburgh in less than Twenty Hours without Stopping the Engines, (116)
  • London Motor Omnibus Company Prosecuted for Emission of Smoke, (474)
  • Maps, (554)
  • Maximum Speed for Cars and Omnibuses, and Number of Accidents known to the Police, January, February, March, 1906, (397)
  • Model Car Exhibited in 1694 to the Emperor cf China, (169)
  • Omnibuses for Accrington, (322)
  • Asphalt Pavements Damaged by Oil Dropping from, (474)
  • Benzine, Estimates for. Invited by K. and E, Tauber, cf Bukewina, (222)
  • Company, London, Percentage written eff the Value of its Vehicles for Depreciation, (195) Competition and Boat Race at Milan and on Lake Maggiore, (297) Connecting Lancashire and Yorkshire, (63) for Chester, (13) Fires in, 144 in London, (222), (248)
  • Cases of Broken Steering Gear, (605)
  • Conditions Imposed on, „(13)
  • Number Running m 1905 and Now, (63) on the London Roads on Easter Monday, 422
  • New Darracq-Serpollet, Trial Trip Round France, (640)
  • Newport, (40) Todmorden, (63) on Order for London, 1000, (501) Prize Offered by Victor Emmanuel for the Best, (222)
  • Services in New South Wales, (116) Services, Railway Companies’, (322) 30-Horse-power, The Wolseley, 302, 303
  • t) Feed Bath Tramways, (501) Propelled by Petrol Motors, Prosecution of, (474)
  • Trials at Barcelona, (116) Trip from London to Edinburgh, (116)
  • . Works, Bristol, 683
  • Paris Automobile Club, Regulations as to the Competition for lOCOf. Prize, (322)
  • Paris Automobile Owners, Declarations they have to Make, (141)
  • Petrol Electric Cars on the Delaware and Had- son Railway, (322)
  • Pettoh Run of a 12 Horsepower Four-cylindered on Two Gallons of Petrol, (527)
  • Practice in 1905, 276
  • Trial, Scottish Automoti'o Club, (2i«)
  • ?^®^a,ult Patent, Mr. Douglas Leechman on the Validity of the, (13)’
  • Royal Commission on,'(141) Running of, Mr. J. H. Mann on. (227)
  • Wales, (423)
  • Sheffield Show, (283) ’
  • Exhibition
  • Wedges to Reach the South Pole, (141) bpark gap Gauge, S. P. Edge, Limited, (195) Statistics for 1905 (2971 steel for, 275, 305
  • Steels, 276 Strange Requests made to Makers of, (141) Tires, Leather Pneumatic, (474)
  • Tourist Trophy. Race for, (570) ournament, Florida, American Steam Car Breaks the World’s Speed Record, (116)
  • Tractors for the War-office, John I. Thorny- croft and Co., Limited, 88
  • Traffic, Commercial, 150
  • United States Icdustry Increasing, Imports and Exports o', (4741
  • Value of Cars Imported into Victoria and Local Manufacture, (222)
  • Valveless, Mr. B-. Lucas, 200
  • Vanadium Steel for, 275, 305
  • Wagons for Collecting Dust and House Refuse Cardiff, (449)
  • Wagon, Five-Ton Steam, Bretherton and Bryan, 320
  • Works at Rouen, (555)
  • MONNEYRAT, M. A., Method for Detection and
  • Estimation of Small Q lantities of Iron, (582) “Moving Sidewalk” on Manhattan Bridge, (40) Municipal Events, Two, 351
  • NEW York, Milesge tf New Subways, (195) National Physical Laboratory, 300, 305, 327, 355 Naval Engineer Appointments, 52, 97, 165, 232
  • 286, 327, 368, 393, 437, 499, 526, 566, 613
  • Naval Training, The New Scheme of, J. A. Ewing on, 511, 537
  • Netherlands Indies, Report on the Finances of
  • the, (218)
  • Niagara Falls Preservation, (203), (474)
  • Nir.rogen from Air, Factory near Notodden in
  • Norway for Production of, 255, (423)
  • Non-conducting Materials, Importance of ths
  • Specific Gravity of, (449)
  • Non-conductors of Heat, Best, (419)
  • Norbury, Mr. Wm. Edw., (149)
  • Norway, Calcium Carbide Factories in, (423);
  • Export of Molybdenite from, (423); Production of Nitrogen from Air, (423)
  • Norway Pice Stumps, Retort Process for Extracting Turpentine, Tar, &3., from, (653)
  • Norway, Reaping Machines Admitted Duty-free.
  • (653)
  • 0AKES, Mr. Chis. H., (191)

Obituary :

  • OBSERVATORY at Bergedorf, New, (2/2)

Oil:

  • and Boilers, 143
  • Industry of Baku, British Capital Invested in, (474)
  • Liquid Fuol, (116)
  • Oil and Fat Extractor, 497
  • Oil Fuel in California, Extensive Use of, (89), (116)
  • Oils, Mr. H. Lcask on, (217)
  • Petrol Engines, Multi-cylindered, 145
  • by Rail in India, Rulea Regarding
  • Transport of, (40)
  • Torpedo Boats, 93
  • Petroleum Production of the World, 1904, (89); Rise in Price, (116)
  • OMNIBUSES in London, and Passengers Carried in One Year, (222)
  • Optics, Lectures at Gresham Cjlloge on, (206)

Ordnance:

  • Annual Test for Gun-layers, Bonus for Good Shooting at, (347)
  • Austro-Hungarian, New Field Piece of Forged Gun-metal, (630)
  • Automatic Fuse-setter for Ordnance, (556) Eadarance of. Using Smokeless Powder, (555) German, with Tabular Recoil Apparatus, (630)
  • Gun, Brown Wire, at the Sandy Hook Proving Grounds, (195)
  • Factory, Sparkbrook, 306, 330
  • Trade, Libge, Machinery in the, (566) The New 18-pounder Quick-firing, Unduly Conspicuous in Action, (501)
  • Gunnery, World’s R-acord Estiblished on United States Battleship Ohio, (630)
  • Guns Accurately, Rapidity of Firing, 48 Heavy, 20
  • New I4eld, 20
  • New Naval, 20 and Small Arms Ammunition, Orders Placed at Woolwich Arsenal, (63)
  • Range Indicator, 21
  • Range to Test Guns and Armour Plate at Freiston Shore, on the Wash, (89), (101)
  • OXONE, New Product of the Niagara Elec'ro- chemical Company, (474)
  • PARIS Academy of Sciences, Papers Read before, (582)
  • Paris, Street Lighting with *’ Lnsol,” (116)
  • Park Royal, Highest Bid for, (527)
  • Patent for Curing Consumption, Australian, (40)
  • Granted to M. Schwartz, (248)
  • Law, 376, 405, 434, 444, 470, 509, 663. 537, 613, 661
  • Law, Roumanian, (373)
  • Office, Business of the United States, (13)
  • Competisive Examination, (194) Library, The, 445
  • Procedure, Humorous Side of the Rigours of, (397)
  • Patents, 203
  • and the Industries, 250, 277 and ihe Inventor, 172

Patents, Selected American ;

  • Aoti-torpedo Construction for Men-of-war Vessels, W. A. Dobson, 488
  • Axle for Automobiles, Front, F. C. Miller, 236 Axle, Metal, E. Einfeldt, 128
  • Ballasting and Laying Permanent Way G. H, Cravens, 462
  • Blast Furnace Charging Apparatus, J. W. Dougherty, 570
  • Boiler, Steam, P. Meurisse, 260
  • J. M. McCiehon, 362
  • Steam, H, W. Wagener, 668
  • Boreholes, Surveying, H. F. Marriott, 642
  • Bucket for Impulse Water Wheels, W. S. Smith, 250
  • Burning Cement Ciinker, H. L. Doherty, 642 Caisson, Floating, A. C. Cunningham, 104 Casting Machine, Continuous Steel Billet, 0. Potter, 388
  • Caulking, Tynan and Mosti, 62
  • Clutch Mechanism, H, S. Hele-Shaw, 362
  • Coal-mining, C. Wissemann, 156
  • Coking, G. S. Merrill, 412
  • Condenser, L. Sehut'e, 438
  • Hydraulic, R. Reister, 642 Surface, C. H. Wheeler and J. J.
  • Mullan, 488
  • Condensing Plant, Surface, A. Giesler, 28
  • Converter, G, T. Walker, 236
  • Cross-rolling Tubular Bodies in Blanks, J. H, Nicholsoo, 542
  • Cutting-head, W. B. Huther, 516
  • Dams, Waste Gate for, N. F. Ambursen, 52
  • Dock, Floating, A. Mehlhorn and P. von Klitzing, 642
  • Dredge, L S. Parker, 663
  • Electric Pressure Furnace, H. N. Potter, 388
  • Elevator Mechanism, W. Crossl-y, 104
  • Engine, Fluid-operated, B. V. Nordberg, 286 Gas, P. Schwehm, 28 ; N. Crane, 128 Gas, Turbine, W. E. Clark, 362 Internal-combustion, A. de Dion and G. Bouton, 412
  • Internal - combustion Heat, J. L. Bogert, 104
  • Rotary Explosive, F. Reynolds, 210 Steam, E. Reynolds, 233
  • Valve, R. C. Holman, 184; G. Lane, 184
  • Connecting-rod for, J. Stuart, 236
  • Fan or Pump, Centrifugal, S. C, Davidson, 642 Feed-water Heater, H. C, Moore, 642 Floor-dressing Machine, C. B. Wattles, 516 Furnace, Steam Boiler, B, E: Eldred, 260
  • Smelting, R, Lindemann, 184 Application o' Heat in, B. E. Eldred, 596
  • Gas Burner, S. B raheim, 334 Liquefying, C. Linde, 412 Producer, A. Cerasoli, 412
  • F. G. Hobart, 542
  • C. H. Morgan, 618 Skinner and Sheaffer, 128
  • . E. N. Trump, 334
  • Retorts, Stand-pipe for, S. J. Fowler, 128
  • Gases, Absorbing, J. Dewar, 438
  • German Railway Statistics, 115
  • Grinding Machine, C. E. Bltchsehmidt, 236 Gun, M. F. Smith, 488
  • Recoil, J. Krone, 78
  • Sighting Attachment, Stout and H jghes, 210
  • Head Coupling, W. Prellwitz, 210
  • Heater, Feed-water, 0. L. Stump, 210
  • Patents, Selected American (ro/Unnud): Hydraulic Support for Deflecting Nozzles, G. J.
  • Henry. 210
  • Ingots, Obtaining Sound, P. L. T. Heroult, 52 Iron and its Alloys, M.anufacturing, M. Ruthenburg, 596
  • Iron or Steel, Manufacturing, E. Fleischer, 156 Joint for Pipes, Flexible, W. A. Greenlaw, 286 Ladle for Liquid Metals, C. von Philp, 184 Lathes, Attachment, A. V. Carroll, 668 Lathes, Follower Rest for, Lodge and Chard, 156
  • Loader, Freight and Baggage, J. McGann, 78 Locjmotive, Electric, A. F. Batchelder, 128 Locomotive, Turbine-driven, H. Lentz, 286 Lubricating, L, M. G. Delaunay-Belleville, 542 Lubricator, Locomotive Engine, W. M. Smith, 28
  • Magnetic Rivet Holder, H. B. Douglas, 462 Metal, Treating Molten, J. S. Seaman, 236 Motors, Flexible Connection for Gearless, R. Siegfried, 488
  • Nozzle for Turbine Engines, H. Lentz. 334
  • Oil and Feed water Separator, G. R. Davidson, 310
  • Ore. Magnetic Separation of Iron, G. G/ondal,
  • 283
  • Packing, Steam Turbine, R. A. McKee, 438 Pipe Bracket, Adjustable, J. E. Rollins, 334 Piston-rod Connection, C. T. MeElvaney, 542 Valve, E. Richardson, 596 Valves, W. Schmidt, 488
  • Plate Bending, A. C. Patrick, 52 Portland Cement, Hurry and Seaman, 28 Power Hammer, A. Bragg, 236
  • Projectile, E. Johnson, 362
  • Armour-piercing, Meigs and Gath- maon, 52
  • Casting, F. Wicks, 210
  • Indicating Trajectory of, J. B. Semple, 156
  • Steel, A. Haase, 462
  • Pump, Air, D. Mills, 128
  • Race Track Observatory, M. P, Schelzd, 388 Reservoir for Gasolene and other Vapour Burners, Fulton and Richards, 210
  • Roll-removing Device, C. W. Bray, 128 Rotary Fluid Impelling Device, A. E. Guy, 618 Shock Absorber for Spring Vehicles,
  • Winsor, 596
  • Slag, Pulverising, H. Collosens, 668 Smelting Iron Ore, Process for, P.
  • Heronlfc, 388
  • Scckst Welding, D. Iliggie, 104
  • Spark Preventer for Locomotives, D. mond, 516
  • Sparker and Governor for Gas Engines, Graham and Fox, 156
  • Speed Mechanism, R. E Rosewarne, 28
  • Stay Bolt, J. B. Tate, 334
  • Steam Hjdcaulic Intensifier, T. E. Holmes, 334 Steel Casting Crucible, L. E. Howard, 542 Compressing, H. Harmet, 236 Ingots, PfocibS of Perfecting, R. H.
  • Hunt, 28
  • Mixiog, P. L. T- Heroult, 52 Tempering, H. H. Bickford, 642 Treating Slanganese, W. Brinton, 310 Storage Battery, T. A. Edison, 642 Strainer for Air Compressors, W. J. Ogan, 542 Superheated Steam, Regulating its Temperature, J. P. Sneddon, 388
  • Superheater, J. E. Bell, 78
  • Tires on Rims of Vehicles, Putting, L. G. Mo -rill, 596
  • Titanium with other Metals, Combining, F. B. Cauda, 310
  • Tool for Bonding Rails, F. C. Avey, 310 Tool Clamp, Hydraulic, R. D. Fildes, 104 Tool Holder, F. P. Miller, 260 Turbine, J. II. Barker, 156
  • Elastic Fluid, C. G. Curtis, 52, 78 E astic Fluid, M. A. Green, 78 Marine, J. Wilkinson, 260 Multiple-stage, F. Windhausen, 52 Steam, W. E. Scepard, 260 '
  • Guiding Means for, H. Len^z, 438 Turning S^^itch with Lighted Handle for Electric Lines, H. Holzer, 210
  • Valve Cheek, G. W. R ch, 688
  • and Ignition Mechanism for Engines, H.
  • Austen, 618
  • Mechanism for Internal Combustion Engines, H. Austin, 362
  • Spring Disc, J. T. Hayden, 334 Lifting, G. J. E. Alphandery, 642 Wall-finishing Process, H. H. Hahn, 78 Water ifilter, D. M- Pfanz, 334 Water Purifier, P. Bastian, 28 Wedge, Expansible, H. Farrington, 52 Wheel for Plough Locomotives, H. Schnell, 286

Patent Specifications, British:

  • Burner, Liquid Kuel, 77
  • Centrifugal Fans, 487
  • Docks, Floating, 596
  • Electrical Apparatus, 77, 310, 411, 461, 488, 569, 596
  • Electric Arc Lamps, 541
  • Machinery, 156, 183
  • Motors, 618
  • Engines and Boilers, 27, 51,77, 103, 155, 183, 209, 235, 259, 285, 309,333, 361, 411, 437, 461, 487,541, 569, 595, 617, 641, 667
  • Hydraulic, 595
  • Internal Combustion, 51,127,155,183 235, 259, 285, 310, 361, 387, 461, 487 541, 569, 641
  • Fans, 642
  • Friction Clutches, 387
  • Furnaces, 128, 641
  • Furnaces, Blast, 618
  • Gas Producers, 78, 155, 260, 437, 569
  • Governor, Marine Engine, 235
  • Gun carriage, 515
  • Gyroscopes, 362
  • Lathes, 103
  • Locomotives, 103, 310, 333, 411, 488
  • Machine Tools, 541
  • Miscellaneous, 28, 104, 156, 184, 260, 334, 388, 412, 462, 515, 512, 569
  • Motor Vehicles, Road, 27, 51, 78. 103,127,184, 209, 285, 362, 387, 438, 542, 596, 641, 667
  • Ordnance, 209, 235, 388, 462, 667
  • Pumps, 259, 462, 515
  • Radiators, 77
  • Railways and Tramways, 27, 103, 127, 184, 209, 235, 2o0, 286, 310, 333, 351, 437, 511, 59o, 617, 641, 667
  • Rook Drill, Pneumatic, 27
  • Sea Defences, 155
  • Ships, 283
  • Small Arms, 77, 210
  • Speed Gear, Variable, 515
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 27, 618
  • T'p Wagons, 515
  • Torpedoes, 235, 438, 461
  • Tramways. 27, 103, 184, 209 311
  • Turbines, 77, 127, 333. 487, 6l6, 617, 66/ Turbices. Gas, 235, 259, 569
  • Vapjur Electric Apparatus, 210
  • Warships, 127
  • Wheels, 52
  • PEAT and Coal Fuel Experiments, Oldenburg,
  • Pelton Water Wheel, High-pressure, 280
  • Pens of Tantalum, (527)
  • Perkin Memorial, 358
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 50, 76, 126. 154. 182, 208, 234, 258, 284. 303, 360, 410, 436, 486. 514, 540, 568, 594, 616, 640
  • Petter, Mr. Jas, B., (396)
  • Peugeot Bros. Summoned, (527)
  • Phenological Observations for 1905, Mr. E. Miwley, 227
  • Photo printing Proc-ss, New, Messrs. B. J. Hall and Co., 174
  • Piles, Concrete, and Steel, 305
  • Piles, Recant Improvements in, 56. 79, 382
  • Pipe Jointing Material, a New, 580
  • Pipes for Sea Water, 277, 305
  • Pirelli and Co.’s Works near Barcelona, 598, 599 Piston Rings, Messrs. P. A. Mudd and Co.. 658 Portland Cement, an Artificial Product, (605) Factory, Transvaal. 31 Specification for, 277 -^?see also Cement, 381, 405 Portsmouth Town Council. Acquisition of Waterworks and Pier, (397)
  • Premium Calculator, John Davis and Son, 590
  • Presses. Hydraulic Broaching and Bushing, 532 Price, Mr. John, 256
  • Prices and Wages—see Letters from our own Correspondents

Projectiles:

  • Armour-piercing, Use of Detonating Fuses with, (13)
  • Large Order for the Italian Navy, (665)
  • Most Modern Used in Naval Warfare, Examples of, at Glasgow, (474)
  • Rifle Bullets, Peripheral Velocity of, Imparted by the Twist of the Barrel, (474)
  • Torpedoes, Long Distance Range at Devonport for Testing, (13)
  • PROVISIONAL Orders, Session 1906, 442
  • Pulley, Maple, Rim Speed at which it may bo Run, (322)
  • Pump, Rotating Mercury, (169)
  • Pumpherston Shale Mine, Electric Plant in, 336, 367
  • Pumping, Deep Mine, Mr. James H)gg on, (88) Plant, Electric, E. Scott and Mountain, Limited, 32, 35
  • Station, High-pressure, Toronto, (397)
  • Putnam, Mr. W. C., his Bequest to Devonport (Iowa) Academy of Science, (195)
  • QUARRY Work, Compressed Air in, 396 Queensland’s Forest Acreage, (630)
  • RADIUM, Substance of same Nature as, (63?)

Railways and Tramways : Accidents:

  • American and British Railways, Accidents to Servants on, 314—see page 381
  • Blue book Returns, Three Months ending December, 1905, (347)
  • Breakdowns on the District, 323 Caledonian Railway Company’s Works, Fire at, (630)
  • Caledoniin, Stratbaven, and Stonehouso, (474) Catesby Tunnel, (297)
  • Charing Cross Roof, 18, 43
  • Committee to Test Appliances designed to
  • Diminish Danger to Railway Men, (449) Derailment, A Curious, 225 Flood Damages, North-Western Railway, India, 333, 341
  • Glasgow, Fire at the St, Rollox Railway Woiki, (630)
  • Highgate Tramcar Accident, 657 Inter-colonial Workshops, Moncton, NJW
  • Brunswick, Destroyed by Fire, (248) Lancashire, Derbyshire, and East Coast,
  • Reported Landslip, (141)
  • London and North-Western, Casos Attended to in 1905 by the Ambulance Men of, (373) Musselburgh Tramways, Motor Destroyed by Fire, (347)
  • Shippea Hill Derailment, 584
  • Southern Pacific, Provision for the Injured, (141)
  • United Kingdom, during Three ending September 30th, 1905, (248)
  • United Kingdom, Year ended December 3Ut, 1905. (392)
  • United States, (141), 188, (222), (474), (555) Witham, 9

Railway Appointments and Resignations

  • Bach, Mr. F. W., (555)
  • Brown, Mr. W. C., (555)
  • Hamilton, Lord Claud, (272)
  • Harford, Mr. Hugh Wyndham Luttell, Elected Director of the Midland, (40), (63)
  • Lertrora, Mr. A. F., (555)
  • Pease, Mr. A. F., (555)
  • Riches, Mr. Carlton T. II., (13)
  • Scotter, Sir Chas., (272)
  • Soley, Mr. Alexis, (13)
  • RESIGNATIONS—
  • Crabtree, Mr. John, (13)
  • Lord Aberdeen, (373)
  • Simpson, Mr. David, (555)
  • Thomas, Mr. Chas., (40)

Railways, British, Canadian, Colonial, Indian, South African :

  • British Columbia, Technical School at Lilloolah, (605)
  • Caledonian, Fire at the SL R JIIOX Works, (630) Caledonian, New Trains on, (297)
  • Canadian, Contracts Let by the Government, (449)
  • Grand Trunk, New Depot, London, Ontario, (423)
  • New Lines Projected, (141)
  • A Tour over, (340) Locomotives Ordered by the Grand Trunk, 89
  • New Mileage, (63), 143, (347)
  • Nova Scotia, Extension Projects, (605)
  • Quebec and Saguenay, to be Run by Steam and Electiicicy, (423)
  • Vancouver, Victoria, and Eastern, (423)
  • National Trans-Continental, Construction Awarded to Canadian Firms. (449)
  • Northern, Amalgamations Prt jected, (601)
  • Edmonton to Toronto, (582) Extensions, (397), (527) Projected New Lines, (474) Proposed Line to Pacific Coast, (501) Pacific, Atlantic Service to be Started by,(89)
  • CuLtract between the Allan Line and, for Carriage of Mails, (501)
  • Electrification Pre j-jcts, (527) Locomotives with Superheaters, (474)
  • New Line troin Peterborough to Georgian Bay, (195) New Mileage, (397)
  • Cape tc Cdro, (605)
  • Ceylon Mileage, (13)
  • Charing Cross Stati.yn Roof, 631, 636 Colonial, The Gauge of, 368
  • Dearne Valley, Third Section Opened, (40) Fifeshire, 662
  • Furness Railway, Compensation Paid to, for the Walney Steam Ferry, (272)
  • Glasgow and S.W., Cinematograph Equipment Ac<iuired by, (141)
  • Doubling of Lino at Elders- lie, (141)
  • Turnberry Line, (423) Great Central, Half-yearly Report, (190) Neasden to Grendon Underwood Extension, (169)
  • New Carriage Shops at Dukinfield, (169)
  • Turbine Steamers for Continental Traffic, (169)
  • Victoria Scaiicn, Snctfield, (257) Widening of Line between Ardwick and Hyde, (169)
  • Eastern, Half-yearly Meeting, 112 and the Beetroot Industry, (169) Cheap Week-end Tickets, (630)
  • Northern of Scotland. Agree to Supply Aberdeen with Electric Current, (195), (248)
  • Northern of Scotland, Resignation of Lord Aberdeen, (373)
  • Western, Bridges over the Thames to be Painted Green, (630)
  • Fast Run of the American Mails Train, (63), (89)
  • New Station at the Hammer- sraiih Terminus, (169) atd Rhymney, 22
  • Highland and Great Northernof Scot land. Amalgamation Objected to by Perth, (63)
  • Indian, Allahabad and Jaunpur, (248)
  • Bengal, Nagpur and East Indian, Joint Work between, (272)
  • Bengal and North-Western Stations Opened on, (423)
  • B^mbay-Sindb, (474) Cananore-Mangalore, (322)
  • East Bengal, Kiishnagar to Jellinghoe, (653)
  • East Bengal State Railway, Extension, (297)
  • Moulmein to Yeh, (449) Nagda-Muttra, Broad Gauge between Kotah and Baron, (423)
  • North-Western, Flood Damages, G. H. li^t, 336 Goods Booking at Lahore Closed on account of the Prince of Wales’ visit, (63)
  • Railway Construction in, 266, 267
  • Three Years’ Programme sanctioned by the Secretary of State for India, (122)
  • Total Tonnage of the Salt Traffic on all, (605)
  • ludo-China-Lao-kai Line Opened, (272) Lancashire Extensions and Development, Mr.
  • Hardman’s Scheme, 382
  • and Yorkshire, Dearne Valley to Conisborough, Electric Single Car Express Service, (222), 269 and Yorkshire Railway Company, Experiments in order to avoid Runaway Accidents. (78)
  • and Yorkshire, New Route to the Continent, (501)
  • Liverpool Docks Railway Extension, (272) London, Brighton and South Coast in conjunction with the Great Western Service from Brighton to Paddington, (653)
  • Brighton and South Coast Rail Motor Service between Belmont and West Croydon, (605)
  • Chatham and Dover, Half-yearly Accounts, (89)
  • London and North-Western, Coal Tips at Gar- ston Docks {Supplement^ Marek lb7A, 1908), (279)
  • Diamond Jubilee, (630) Embankment to Protect the Line on the North Wales Coast, (630)
  • Men in the Locomotive Department decide to ask Holiday without (449)
  • Motor OmnibusService, (508)
  • New Stition at Crewe, (630)
  • New Workshops, Lancaster, (141)
  • London and South-Western Motor Omnibus Service, Mold and Buckley, (322)
  • Manchester and Milford Bill, (322)
  • Mersey, Birkenhead Corporation’s Action against, (297)
  • Mersey Motor Omnibus Service, (272)
  • Metropolitan, Hammersmith to Aidgate, Elec- triheation of, (555)
  • Midland, Bank Holiday Excursion to Matlcck, (605)
  • Death of Mr. Mark Markland, (322) Experiments with Rail Motor Carriages, (141)
  • Extension, 280
  • Miller’s Dale St-ation Improvements, (347)
  • Royston to Bradford, (248)
  • Staff Changes, 151
  • Superannuation Fund Association Meeting, (297)
  • Train Mileage, Locomotives, Employes, and Capital, (272)
  • Nat'il Government Railways, Yearly Report, (501)
  • Nsw South Wales, Extensions, (582)
  • New Zealand, Manawatu Line, (308)
  • New Zealand, Tenders Invited for Arthur’s Pass Tunnel, (630)
  • Nigeria, (13)
  • Nigerian Railway Extension, (630)
  • North British, Hdf-yearly Report. (297)
  • Kincardine and Dunfermline, Acetylene Gaa Instal- lationsfor the New Stations, (347)
  • Sum Set Aside for Working Stock,(322)
  • North Eastern Company, Appeal against its Assessment, (423)
  • Auto Car Service, (630)
  • Chairmanship, (169)
  • Fast Start-to-StopTfmiogs, (449) Five Hours’ Service between Sheffield and Edinburgh,(449) Half-yearly Report, Official Statementas toCostof Electric and Steam Traction, (169), (182)
  • and Hull and Barnsley, Contract for Hull Joint Dock Let to Pearson and Sons, Limited, (322)
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Bridge, 524, 547
  • Railway Bureau, (435)
  • Railway Trucks. Method of Loading on, 271
  • Wages Conference, (513)
  • Orange River Colony, Bethlehem and Kroon- stad, (222)
  • Projected International, 241. 290, 327
  • Rhodesian, Rapid Construction, (13) Scotland, Newburgh and North of Fife way, (630)
  • South Africa, Bethlehem and Kroonstad, Bloemfontein, Junction at berley, (94)
  • Kimberley - Klerksdorp, Capetown-East London, Jebannes- V'urg, Delagoa, &c., (40)
  • Mileage likely to be Constructed in, (40)
  • Colonies, Lord Selborne on the Ueification of the Railways cf, 24
  • Eastern and Chatham, Traffic from Charing Cross to be Resumed, (630)
  • Eastern and Chatham, Use of “Beamish” on, (527)
  • Eastern Company, Half-yearly Meeting, 112
  • Soudanese, Kareima to Abu Hamed, (116) Taff Vale, New Station at Pontypiidd, (322) Transvaal, Klipstabel to Ermelo (297) Transvaal, 1905 Record, (555)
  • Victoria Station, 518, 519
  • Wales, South, (25)
  • Welsh Railway Movements, (182)
  • Wigan and Heynsham Bill to be Oppesad, (136)

Railways, Electric, and Lines Electrified:

  • Austrjan, Arlberg Tunnel, Elec'.ric aissior, (222)
  • Austria, Vienna, (13)
  • Dutch, Harlemmermeer, (582)
  • Finland, (527)
  • Grand Trunk Tunnel to be Equipped with Electric Power and Light, (116)
  • Great Northern, Piccadilly, and Brompton, (196)
  • Indian, Nilgiri, (297)
  • Italy, Valle-Maggia, (195)
  • Italy, Vesuvien, (222)
  • Krizik, Herr, his 1400-VoIt Three-wire Continuous-current Railway, (555)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Line to Aintreo and Marsh Lane, (322)
  • Liverpool, (272), 650 Overhead, Traffic on, (169), (222) and Southport, 660, 661, 652, 651
  • London, Baker-street and Waterloo, (248) City and South London, Extension to
  • King’s Cross and Euston, (297)
  • London, Cricklewood to Marble Areb, (527) ; Marble Arch t-> Victoria, (527) District, (40), (89), (256), (297). (355), (373), 376. (449). (555) Automatic Signalling on the District Railway, 57, (63), 94
  • Broken Axles on the, 376 Hammers nith to Aidgate, (555) Outer Circle, North-West London and East Lmdon, (297)
  • North British, New Dock at Methil, 276
  • North-Eastern, (195)
  • Paris, Metropolitan Extension, (116) ; Improved Ventilation. (116)
  • Paris Underground, N rth and South Stall ms on,(141)
  • Philadelphia, Rapid Transit io, 161, 162
  • Russia, Cape Bailoff and Sabuntchi, (605) Russia, St. Petersburg—Imatra, (457); St.
  • Petersburg—Moscow. (555)
  • Swedish State, (169), (373), (410), (605)
  • Swiss Alpine Line, New, from Brig to Gletscb, 271
  • Langenthal—Ensingen, (419)
  • Rigi. (347) Sernfthal, 192, 193, 196
  • Simplon Tunnel, Traction cn, 72; Ordinary Passenger Service begun, (116)
  • United States, (13)
  • Atlanta and Marietta, (527) Chicago and New York, (449) Erie Railway Company, Bing- hampton and Corning, New York, (40)
  • Los Angeles to Huentme, (474) Milwaukee and Chicago, (653) Milwaukee, Multiple-unit System, (449)
  • New York Central, (582) ; Coloured Signalling on, (82); Yonkers Power S ation, 419
  • New York Central and Hudson River, (40); Coloured Signalling on,(89)
  • New York Central Terminus, Yorkers Power Station, 419; Locomotives and Cars, 440 New York City and Buffalo, (40)
  • New York E’evated, (397)
  • New York, “A Hot-bed of Deadly Disease,” (248)
  • New York Street Traffic Sta- li'tics, (582)
  • New York Subway, CO ; Use of Single-phase Cycle Current, (605)^
  • New York Subway, Vacuumcleaning Apparatus for, (449)
  • Ontario, (527), (555) Pennsylvania, (o82) Signal System for, 564 Single-phase, L^ng Island Railway, (63)
  • West Jersey and Seashore, (297)
  • Valparaito and Santiago, (449)

Railways, Foreign:

  • Abyssinian, (141)
  • Africa, West, Ivory Co'sb, (423)
  • Africa, West, Lagos, Oshogho Extension, (156) American, 536
  • South, Boenos Ayres, Great Southern, Motor Carriages on, (423)
  • South, West Indies, Anna Chaves- Sc. Thom 6, (423)
  • —See also United States
  • Argentina and Bolivia, Line to Connect, (116) Buenos Ayres, Great Southern, (474) Fifcieth Anniversary of the Oponintr of First. (397)
  • Railway Exhibition, (272) Santa Cruz to Pedro Suarez, (195)
  • Austrian, Naiionalisation of the Emperor Ferdinand’s Northern Railway, (347)
  • BxViiiin, Wireless Telegraphy on, (653)
  • Brazil, Buenos Ayres and Pam fie, (630)
  • Brazil, Buenos Ayres to Rosario, Narrow Gaucre j Linps from, (582)
  • Brazilian, St. Luis and Caxias, (13)
  • Bulgaria, Extensions Projected, (663)
  • Bulgarian, Motor Omnibus Service, (397) Chilian, Arica and La Paz. (40)
  • China, (649)
  • Hankan and Peking, New Bridge across the Hoang, ho, (653)
  • Kowloon-Canton, (555) Pekin-Hankow (33)
  • Corea, (141)
  • Dutch, Harlemmermeer, (582)
  • Ecuador, Ambato to San Antonio, (89)
  • Egypt, Karima-Abu Hamed, (322)
  • Medawara to Akaba, (195)
  • PUnrtA.? Soudan, (89)
  • Finnish, (195), (527), (605)
  • Jb rench in Asia Minor, (89) Gex Region, (141) Pd-ris-Lyons-Meditorranean, the Cote d Azur Rapid©, 174, 175
  • Pans-Lyons-Mediterranean, Valdonne and La Barque, (373)
  • Trans-Pyrenean,(501)
  • S“e“ ^U50°? I””*
  • Guatemala, Coast Line Projected, (653) International Projected, 241, 290, 327, 355
  • Italian, Defects in the Seivice Intolerable, (195)
  • Workmen’s Trains,
  • New Programme, 297
  • Purchase by the State of the Southern Railway Opposed, (474)
  • Railway Bills, (89)
  • S^tate)Railways, Proposed Zone Tariff,
  • Jaffa-Jerusalem, Receipts and Traffic, (419) the Hokkaido, and Owned by Government, (605) vwnea
  • Japan, Total Mileage, (89)
  • Railways, Foreig’n (continued):
  • Manchuria, Projected Lines, (141) Mexican, (501) (527)
  • American Railway in, (653) Trapuato and Parnandiro, (653) Railway Terminus at Vera Cruz, (663) Tehuantepec, Regular Service on, (63)
  • Total Mileage, (373)
  • Netherlands, Railway Belt Round Amsterdam, (347)
  • Nicaragua, (63)
  • Norwegian, Arendal to Aamli and Grimstad to Froland, (423)
  • Norwegian, Christiania to Bergen, (423) Panama, Pipa Line across the Isthmus, (501) Peru, Extensions Projected, (653)
  • Peru, Railway Materials, Steady D.mand for, (630)
  • Peruvian Central, Mr. Bach’s Appolniment, (555)
  • Portugal, (474) Russian, (141)
  • Aigun to Tsitsihar, (373) A'aska-Siberia Railway Project and Tunnel under Behriag Straits, (347) Cost of Improving Sa aries and Wages of Employ<5s on, (195)
  • Extensions Projected, (653) Losses Incurred by the L'nes into Moscow, (63)
  • Mileage, (13) Moscow to Nishni-Novgorod, (195) Moscow and Odessa, (13)
  • New Mileage under Construction. (63) S*. Petersburg acd the D.mtz Ceai- tiblds, (13). (89)
  • St. Uman to Kertch, (’.3)
  • Siberian, (397)
  • Siberian, Djublic,g Track, (195) Siberian Lines Pr j ^cted, (40) Siberian, Passenger Traffic R3sumed, (272)
  • Traffic Returns, 1905 (582)
  • Saxony, Mileage, and Cap’tal Outlay R.-preseated by, (397)
  • Siam, 215
  • Sicily, Strada Ferrata, Taken over by tho S^ate. (582)
  • Spain, New Line to Castiby Way of Sobrescobio, (605)
  • Swedish State, Approximate Cost of Constructing, (449)
  • Swedish State, Pu’chase of Waterfalls, (373) Swiss, Langenthal-Jura Line, (449)
  • Rigi. (347)
  • Si'Pplon, (57); Traction on, 72; Train de Luxe Annou ced, (141); Train Service Through, (555) ; Working (f the Tunnel, 622
  • Transa^pina Line to Trieste, (397) Transandine, (555), (60.5), (653) 'Praos-Pyrenean, (89)
  • Tunis Railway System, (116) Turkey in As'a, Hamp, (474)
  • Bagdad from Koti i, No Progress, (297) Ottoman L'nes, (474)
  • Sir E. Grey on, (501) United States, 402
  • Amalgamation Proposal, (605) Atchison and Santa F<5, (373) Baltimore and Ohio, (397) BJumore and Ohio, Fa^t Run on,(63)
  • B’oek Signalling Required by Law, (423)
  • Chicago City, (501)
  • Milwaukeeand St. Paul, (116)
  • and Nurth - Western, Arrears in Taxes Paid by, (419) Denver North - W«>tern and Pacific to Salt Lake City, (32?)
  • Duluih Riiny Lake and Winnipeg Extension to Canadian Buundaty, (397)
  • Erie Railway, New Freight Line, 3.^2 0.
  • Erie, Piecework on, (564) Gross Earnings iu 1904 and 1905 of Fifty of ths Piincipal American Lines, (347) Illinois Central, (195) Illinois Central, The “Cuban Special,” (63)
  • Indiana Harbour Railway Ope led, (272)
  • Mileage of Now Main Track,
  • Missouri River to New Orleans, (501) blew Lines Projected, (397) New Connecting Lines from Central and West Pennsylvania to New York State, (322) New York Central and Hudson River Railway, 22
  • New York, Newhaven and Hartford Extension, (449)
  • Norfolk and Western Acquires Access to the Great Lakes, (527)
  • Pacific Railway, Change of Name, (116), (169)
  • Pennsylvania, Annual Report of, (322)
  • Gross Earnings cf Lines East and West of Pittsburg, <297)
  • Group, Report on, asked for by President Roosevelt, (222)
  • Improvement of Lake Terminals at Buffalo. (272)
  • Largo Round-house with Locomotive Drop Pits at East Altona, (195) New Station, (653) Nine-mile TUULCI in the Alleghany Mountains, (195) Purchase of Three Lines, (347)
  • United Stales, Pennsylvania, Telegraph Lines in Underground Conduits. (40)
  • Port Arthur to Sudbury, Ontario Projected, (582) Portland and Kennewick, (13) San Francisco, Extent of Damage by the Earthquake, (582)
  • South Pacific against the West Pacific, Decision in Favour of the, (322)
  • S>»utb Pacific, Cosmopolitan Cooperation in Labour and Ma- tjrials, (653)
  • Transandine. First Section Opened, (555)
  • Transcontinental Railways at Chicago, Agreement made by the, (222)
  • Union Pacific and Illinois Central Merged, (141)
  • Uidled Railways Company of St. Louis, Traffic on, (169)
  • Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway, Bascule Bridge at Cleveland, (13)
  • Wurtemberg, Self-Propellirg Carriage Tried on,(116)

Railways, Light:

  • Ayrshire Seaboard, (474), 502, 507
  • Bentley and Bordon, (169)
  • Bournemouth to Swanage, (322)
  • Derbyshire, (26)
  • Grimsby, (89), (195)
  • Irish, 632, 661
  • Llandudno and Colwyn Bay, (222)
  • Llanelly, (182)
  • Maidens and Dunuro, (474), 502, 507 Middlesbrough and the Hartlepools, (218)
  • Newton Ferrers to Yealmpton, (600)
  • Orders Confirmed by the Board of Trade, (89), (116), (169). (222), (248), (272), (322), (373), (527), (555)
  • Rating of a, 452
  • Wales, (510)

Railways, Locomotives:

  • and Smoke, 477
  • Argentine Great Western Goods Engine and Tender, Robt. Stephenson and Co., Limited, 466, 467
  • Big, and Permanent Way, 529
  • Belgian State, Contracts for 177 Locomotives Let by, (501)
  • Belgian State Railways, Heavy Banking, Soc. Anonyme de St. Leonard {Supplcmentf mary 2zwi, 1906), 109, 113
  • Bogie, The, 66
  • B Jlers, 204, 205, 219, 288, 299
  • cf Dubs Engines Fitted with Belpaire Fire-boxes, Natal Government Railways, (501} , , TT .
  • Filled with Compressed Air, for Hani- iog Cotton, (272)
  • Canadian Pacific, Locomotives with Superheaters, (474)
  • Coal Contracts, 12
  • Compound, G. R. Sisterson on, 414
  • Crewe Works, Orders Received, (13)
  • Cylinder Castings of Cast Steel, New York Central and Hudson River Railway, (527)
  • Decapod, Conversion of ihe Great Eastern, 392 Da Glehn, Hauls the Fastest Train in Europe, (63)
  • Da Pambonr on. 129
  • Draw-bar Pull, 274
  • East Indian Railway, Extension cf the Iron and Steel Foundrits of the Locomotive Shops of the, (423)
  • Electric for the Valtellina Railway, 215 Experimental, at Purdue University, High- pressure Tests Made by Professor Goss on, (63)
  • Exports, American, 500
  • France, Speed Recorders for Patsenger Locomotives in, (605)
  • French Compounds on the Great Western Railway, 105, 305
  • Geared, United States, 663
  • Glasgow and South-Western, Six-coupled, Charles Rous-Marten, Mr. James Manson, 1» 5
  • Great Central, 97, 121, 203 T
  • Great Central, New Compound, Mr, J. G.
  • Robinson, Charles Rous-Marten on, 55. 56 Great Eastern, and the Smoke Question. 477 Great Northern, Compound Express, 121 Compound Express {Supplement, January 2Qth, 1906), Mr. H. A. Ivatt, 95
  • The Latest, Charles Rous- Marten, 312, 337 ; Letter from C. Lake, (381)
  • Great Western, French Compounds on the, Charles Rous-Marten, 105, 305
  • Great Western, The Locomotive Courier, Sixty Years Ago, Work of, (501)
  • Ideal, An American Writer on the, (141) Injectors, Compound HUh-pressure, Davies and Metcalfe, Limited, 120
  • Invicta Presented to Canterbury, (630) Links io the History of, 8-2, 121, 415
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, New, by Chas. Rous-Marten, 185
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Six Wheels Coupled Goods, 605 ,
  • Machining cf Locomotive Parts on a lurret Lathe, Alt Herbert, Limited, 510
  • Mexico, Petroleum Fuel in Locomotives on the Tehuantepec Railway, Mr. Louis Greaven, 453, 456
  • Mir la-.d, C impound Express, Mr. R. M Deeley {Supplement, March ^th, 19C6), 2l3, 293
  • Number Owned by, (272) Sells Locomotives to the Italian State Railways, (653)
  • Models of the Old. Exhibited at St. Louis, (40) Natal G»Vfcrnmsnt Boilers Fitted with Bslpaire Fire-boxes, (501)
  • N<-rih-Eastein Four-cylinder Compound, Mr. Wilson Worse ell, 455
  • Norway, Statistics Regarding, (423)
  • “ Novelty,” Links in the History of the Loco- paotive, 82, 121, 415
  • Six-coupled Express, Paris - Lyon - Mediter- racean, 174, 175
  • Smoke-box Action and Locomotive Front Ends, 70. 97, 203, 219
  • Smoke-boxes, 92, 252
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, The Latest Express, Chas. Rous-Marten, 573
  • Speed Recorders on, Enjoined in France, (313) Steam, Fifty Years Ago and Now, Mr. S. Rendell on, 75
  • Superheated Steam, Defects in, and Means Taken to Remedy them, (527)
  • Tests in America, 269
  • Turbine, Patents for, Secured by Professor Stumpf in Germany, (116)
  • Tjpas of Large Locomotive Boilers, Mr. G. J. Churchward, 189, 204, 205, 299
  • Valves, Lap of, 355 Webb Compounds, 655, 660
  • Weighing Machines, 125-Ton, T. Avery, Limited, 168
  • “ William the Fourth,” 83 World-famous. Sent to the Swindon, (248)

Railway News, Various, British and Foreign:

  • Appointments, British and Foreign, (555) Appointments made by the Board of Trade to Test Appliances to Lessen Danger to Railway Men, (449)
  • Automatic Time-table, Messrs. F. J. Walton and L. V. Rogers, (248)
  • Bavarian Single-lice Railways, Wireless Telegraphy on, (653)
  • Block-signal System Required in Massachusetts State, (169)
  • Brakes, Mr. S. Y. Knight on, (194)
  • British and American Railway Methods, (154) Buenos Ayres, Railway Exhibition at, (423) Canada, Grand Trunk Pacific, Name of Terminus on Pacific Coast, (248)
  • Canadian Pacific, General Meeting, Increase of Capital Authorised, (32'2)
  • Canadian Pacific, Sum Paid to the Quebec Government for the North Shore Railway, (218)
  • Charing Cross and Cannon-street, 9, 97, 177, 631, 636
  • Roof, 37, 71, 97, 254, 297, 631, 636
  • Station Re-opened, (272)
  • ! Cheap Trains Act, Amendment of, (116) Chicago, Electric and Gasolene Motors for Suburban Trains in Place of Locomotives, (653)
  • Chicago, Street Railways to be Taken over by the Municipality, (116)
  • Club, Papers Read at, (76), (194), (405), (528), (684)! Visits Pro’ected, (630)
  • Coal Contracts, (332)
  • Coal Contracts, Locomotive, 12
  • Competition, £51
  • Compressed Air, Novel Use of, by Railway Companies in Southern States of America, (272)
  • Conisborough, Railway Engineering at, 269 Contracts Let, (248), (322)
  • Curious Railway Load, A, 271
  • De Glehn Lccomotive, Fastest Train in Europe Hauled by the Famous, (63)
  • Electric and Steam Traction, Cost of, (182) France, Croatia, South Hungary, and the Balkan States, Direct Line Suggested between, (141)
  • France, The Northern of, Train in Europe, (63)
  • German Statistics, World’s
  • (618)
  • Glafgow Central Railway litruction of, (555)
  • Great North of Scotland, Resignation of Lord ' Aberdeen, (373)
  • Great Western, New Eogine Shed at Old Oak Common, (555)
  • Indian Government, Loan to be Raised for Irrigation and Railway Purposes, (297)
  • Indian Railway Board, Training of Soldiers as Guards and Drivers, (40), (63)
  • Japan, Nationalisation of all Railways, (297) Kansas, Large Passenger Station to be Built by Six Railroads Eutering, (248)
  • Leader on Railway Engineering in 1905, 15 Link with the Early Railway Days, 168 London Area, Route Mileage Within, (248) and North - Western Engine - driver Appointed Magistrate, (373)
  • Outer Circle Railway Bill Rejected, ' (653)
  • Metropolitan Railway, Farringdon - street Station, Automatic Ticket-issuing Machine, (116)
  • Motor Coaches on Railways, (272), 301, (322)
  • Omnibuses on the Mersey Railway Discontinued, (272), (297)
  • Omnibuses, Newport, (40) North-Eastern, (665)
  • North-Eastern, Appointment of Mr. A. F. Pease, (555), (567)
  • Overcrowding in Trains, Bill to Deal with, (449) Paris Metropolitan, Viaduct at Pussy Tested, (218)
  • Paris, Proposed Tax on Travellers and Goods entering in place of Octroi Doties, (63)
  • Penosylvania Railway Station, The New, (663) Preferential Rates lor Foreign Agricultural Produce, 550
  • Rail Motor Services, 661 Railway Account?, 658
  • Benevolent Institution, Forty-eighth Annual Meeting, (630)
  • Companies’Meetings: Cambrian, 226 ;
  • North British, 326; Glasgow and South-Western, 304; Caledonian, 304 ; Great North of Scotland, 304; Midland, Metropolitan District, 202 ; the Great Eastern, the South - Eastern, 112 ; London, Brighton and South Coast, 140; North-Eastern, 140 ; North London, Great Northern, London and North- Western, 168
  • Regulation Acts, Committee Appointed to Consider and Report, (630)
  • Servants’ Hours of Labour, 472 Servants’ Responsibilities, 453 and Tramways, 198
  • Rates, 557
  • Rites in America, 67
  • Rating, 324
  • Riform, ,325
  • Company, no Foundation (169) Concerning its Absorption,
  • Russian South - Western, Grain Transport,
  • Shortage of Fuel, Freight Business Suspended, (555)
  • Signal Lamp, Long Burning. Lamp Manufacturing Companv, Limited, 194
  • Statisticj of the World’s Railways, (248) Statistics, 224 ’
  • Terminal Working, 252
  • Ticket-issuing Machine, Automatic, Count R. T. Pis-cieslli, 270
  • Truck Acts, The, 325
  • Tunnel Projected through the Bernese Ober- land at locschberg, (141)
  • United States, Chicago City, Increased Pay of Conductors and Motormen, (501)
  • Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul, Contracts Let by, (248)
  • Electric Block Signals Required by Law, (423)
  • Experiments with Power Cars on the Erie Railway, (423)
  • I liuois Central, Contracts Let by. (248)
  • Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, Past Run of the Twentieth Century Limited Express, (423)
  • Pennsylvanian, Contracts Let by,(248)
  • Pennsylvanian, Sale of Intoxicating Liquors Forbidden on the Cars, (501)
  • Providence. Projected Tunnel, (248)
  • Railways, Contracts Let by, (248) Officials’ Costume Regulations, (555) Rates, 67
  • United Kingdom, Working Results, 583
  • Victoria Station, Reconstruction of, 518, 519 - Lighting of, 601 ’

Railways: Permanent Way:

  • Cast Manganese Steel, Patent Assigned to the lajlor Iron and Sceel Company, (373)
  • Crossing Frogs for the Philadelphia and Read- hrst Steel Castings made in America, (469)
  • Gauge of Colonial Railways, 868
  • Gauges in India, P. R, Upcoit on, 161
  • German Railroad Union, Mileage Laid in 1903 on Iron Sleepers, (501)
  • Heavy, on United States Lines, (63)
  • Indian Government Lines, Contracts to be Made in England, (501)
  • International Rail Syndicate, The, 376 Locomotives and, 529
  • Orders for Steel Booked Ahead by American Railways, (527)
  • Slot Rails for the London County Council’s Northern Tramways, Tender for Steel, Peech and Tozer Accepted, (116)
  • Standard Third Rail, Railroads Entering New York and Jersey City, (52)
  • Ui.ited States Production, 1905, (322)
  • United States, Wood Cross Ties Purchased in 1905, (652)

Rolling-Stock:

  • Adjustable Wagons for Trarshipment of Goods across the Russian Frontier, (582)
  • American Freight Cars in 1906, Census of, 23 ^^610°“ Casting,
  • Output of Steel Cars for ]936, (89) Petrol Electric Cars, (322) Trainloads Dissociated from American Safeguards on the East Bengal Railway, (13)
  • Automatic Couplers and Either-side Brakes, 4-27, 444, 633 ’
  • Brighton Railway Company, New Carriage Works, Lancing, (40)
  • Broken Axles on the Metropolitan District Railway, 376
  • Burma Railways, Motor Coaches for, (605) Caledonian Railway Company’s Orders, (593) Coach Weights, 9, 219
  • Couplings (refers to p, 314), 381
  • Dining Saloon for West Australian Railways, 326
  • Earning Power of British, by W. Pollard Digby, 136
  • Electrically-driven Wagon, Great Western, (474)
  • Heating by Hot Water and Electricity, (272) Lighting o', by the Pintsch Incandescent Gas Light, (397)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Pullman Buffet and Parlour Cais, (222)
  • Metropolitan Railway, Large Order Placed in Germany, (63) ; Middle Doors cf the Carriages not Used, (373)
  • Midland, (272)
  • Motor Bogie, Liverpool Electric Railway, 651
  • Motor Cars, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, (13)
  • New York Central Lines, Name given to the Railroads Controlled by the Vanderbilts, (40)
  • North British, Fund for Additional, (322) North-Eistern, New Type of Goods Wagon, (459)
  • Paris Metropolitan, Carriages with “Onyx Crystal” Partitions and Seats, (222)
  • Rail Motor Car, Isle of Wight Central, (474)
  • Rail Motors, Madras Railway, (13)
  • Russia, Lack of Goods Wagon in, and Repair of Damaged, by “Artells” of Woikmen, (o97)
  • Russian, for Carrying Dairy Products, (13) Imperial Department, No Orders for Rolling Material to be Given to Foreign Firms, (116): Decision Revoked, (373)
  • Orders Placed with French Firms, (195) Goods Wagons, Increased Capacity of, (653)
  • Sentinel Steam Wagon, The Alley and MacLellan, 245, 246, 247
  • Steel Rolling Stock, Mr. G. H. Sheffield on, (466)
  • Steel, in the United States, (555)
  • Swedish Wagons, Tenders Invited- for Rolled Steel J< ists for. (373)
  • Wagon for the Cheshire Lines, 40-Ton Well, Leeds F.)rge Company, Limited, 634
  • Wagons, Two storeyed, M. Rykowski’s, (397)

Tramways:

  • Aldwych to the Angel, (222)
  • Amsterdam, (322)
  • Aston Manor, (435)
  • Bahii Blanca and North-Western Company, Application for Certain Alterations in the Memorandum of Association Sanctioned by Justice Warrington, (116)
  • Berlin, (169), (397)
  • Birmingham, 306, (435)
  • Boothstown to Swinton, South Lancashire Company, (40)
  • Brakes, Mr. A. L, C. Fell on, 48
  • Canadian, 306
  • Chicago, (373)
  • Douglas, (162)
  • France, North of, (632)
  • Glasgow, (397)
  • Halifax and Huddersfield, (272)
  • Halifax, Motor Tower Wagon for, (169) Hamburg, (397)
  • Hastings and District, (169)
  • Indo-China, (141)
  • King’s Norton. (614)
  • Liverpool, (63), (397)
  • Llandudno and Colwyn Bay, (222) London, (397)
  • Coum y Council, Aid wycb to Theobald’s- road,(13)
  • Lines Electrified, (474) Traffic Receipts, (474) and Southern to be Purchased by the London County Council, (605) United, New Lines, (169), (222)
  • Manchester, (397)
  • Manchester, Loss on Parcels Carrying Service, (527) ; Circular Motor Omnibus Service, (582)
  • Munich, (89); Used by the Post-office, (116) New South Wales, (222)
  • New York, (397)
  • Paisley District, (222)
  • Proportion of, to People in London, Manches-
  • I ter, Liverpool, Glasgow, Hamburg, Berlin, New York, (397)
  • Selly Oak. (614)
  • Walsall, (614)
  • RATES for Foreign Agricultural Produce, Preferential, 550
  • Rating Petrol Engines, 826
  • Rating, Railways and, 324
  • Ratings, Engine-room, (347), 895
  • Reaumur in 1722 Published the Principles for the Malleable Cast Iron Process, (653)
  • Refuse Destructor, Greenock, 202, (582)
  • Lifford, Heenan and Froude, 28-2
  • Mr. H. N. Leask on, (327)
  • Renault Patent, The, 150
  • Research in Particular, 588
  • Resignation of Mr. D. D. Whitehead, (617)
  • Reynolds, Mr. Rees, (293)
  • Richardson, Sir Thos., 62o
  • Riveting with Pneumaiic Hammers and by Hand, Relative Cost of, (89)
  • Roads, Country, 471
  • Roads Improvement and the Dust Problem, (527)
  • Robertson, Mr. Thos., 629
  • Rock-crushing Plant, Large, 663
  • Roller Chains, 506
  • Rosenheim Microscope, The, 304

Royal Agricultural Society:

  • Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Shaker, 649
  • Foster’s Thrashing Machine and Wind Stacker, 649
  • “ Park Royal,” Highest Bid for, (527)
  • Petter’s Oil Engine Tractor, 649
  • Show at Derby, (627)
  • Steam Tractors, 649
  • ROYAL College of Science, The, 146. 261
  • Royal College of Science, Professor W. W. Watts’ Appointment, (88)
  • Royal Commission on London TraflBo, (527)
  • Royal Commission on Trade Disputes, 190, 197, 22 $

Royal Institute of British Architects:

  • Royal Commission’s Report on London Traffic, Mr. Paul Waterhouse on, (527)

Royal Institute of Public Health;

  • Lectures, Forthcoming, (466)

Royal Institution :

  • Annual Meeting and Report, (482)
  • Electric Production of Nitrates from the Atmosphere, Professor S. P. Thompson, 165
  • General Monthly Meetings, Members Elected (137), (258). (356), (613)
  • Internal Combustion Motors, Professor Bertram Ilopkiason, 330, 352, 372
  • Lecture Arrangements after Easter, (356)

Royal Meteorological Society:

  • Annual General Meeting and Presidential Address, (98)
  • Campbell-Scokes Sunshine Recorder, Instrument for Testing and Adjusting, Mr. G. C. Simpson, 526
  • Lightning Reproduced Experimentally, Some so-called Vagaries cf, Mr. A. Hands, 483
  • Meteorology in Daily Life, Mr. Richard Bentley, (98)
  • Monthly Meeting, December 20bh, 1905, Papers Read (44)
  • Phonological Observations f jr 1905, Mr. Mawley. 227
  • Thunder-squall of February 8th, 1906, Mr. G. R. Lempfert, (526)
  • Thunderstorms, Mean Prevalence of, in the British Isles, from 1881-1905, Mr. F. J. Brodie, (648)
  • Value of a Projected Image of the Sun for Meteorological Study, Miss C. C. Steven'-, 483 < ,

Royal Scottish Society of Arts

  • Keith Lectures, The, (182)
  • Visit to Heriot Watt College, (448)

Royal Society:

  • Conversazione, 470
  • RUBBER Cultivation, Experiments to be made by Bombay Government, (474) Prices and Supply, (89)
  • Tires for Alexandria, Demand for British, (449)
  • Rubens, Mr. H., Apparatus for Determining the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat. (555)
  • Russia, Road-building Schemes, (195)
  • Rust, Caoutchouc Oil against, (653)
  • SAND Filtration of Sewage, 7
  • San Frisco, New Sea Wall, (352)
  • Sanitary Engineering in 1905, 7
  • Sawing Machine, Duplex Frame Plate, 46
  • Saxon Snell Prize, 203
  • School Hygiene, Congress of, 293
  • Scientific Methods in the Drawing-office, 445
  • Scott and Mountain, Limited, Ernest, Presentation to Mr. A. E. Hopper, (111)
  • Scrap, Use of, (423)
  • Screw-cutting Indicator, Percival, Marshall and Co., 590
  • Secrephone, The, 122
  • Seddon, Mr. Richard, 601
  • Sewage Controlling Valve, Automatic, 481 Disposal, 1905, 7
  • Birmingham, New Bacteria Beds, (314)
  • Scheme, Huddersfield, (555) Farm Extensions, Crewe, (605) Farm Extensions, Heckmondwike, (582) Scheme for Newton Mearns, Renfrew, (297)
  • Treatment, Cologne, (501)
  • of. Two Papers on, 74
  • Sewer, Hamburg Main, 238
  • Sewerage Works, Dedham, (195)
  • Sewers, Explosions in, (682)
  • Shear Stress, Mr. E, J. Izod, 93
  • and Permanent Angular Strain, W, C. Popplewell on, 53
  • and Strain, 148, 177
  • Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, (149) University, 62
  • Students’ Engineering and Metallurgical Society, (88). (112)

Shipbuilding: British, Naval and Mercantile:

  • Cableway at Jarrow, John M. Henderson and Co., 68, 69
  • Cammell, Laird and Co. about to Take Up the Building of Submarines, (322); Contract for 36-Knot Destroyer Awarded to, (373)
  • Clyde, Five Months’, 111
  • January, (125), 137 ; February, 228 ;
  • Weekly Pay in Clyde Shipyards, 484 Trust, New Repairing Works for, 218 Weekly Payment of Wages, (258), 328, 484, 559
  • Cranes, Cantilever, 394
  • Powerful, John Brown and Co., (319), (355)
  • in Shipyards, Introduction of, Mr. Alexander Murray on the, 393 Electric Driving in Shipyards, 220 English, 66, 297, (423)
  • English Constructors to Take the Place of German with Russia, (630)
  • Export of New Ships, 1904, 1905, Board of Trade Returns, (89)
  • Floating Dock for the Admiralty, Launched. (639)
  • Freeboard Rules, Notes on the, Mr. Foster King on, 394
  • Greenock and Port Glasgow, 176
  • Lloyd’s Register of, (373) Novelty in Ship Design and Construction, A,
  • Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., 372
  • One-break Day at Portsmouth Dockyard, 627 Overhead Wire Cableway Applied to, Mr.
  • J. L. Twaddell on, 393
  • Progress of Warships and Machinery Building in England, 33
  • Reduction in, Decided on by the Admiralty, (40)
  • Relative Cost of Hulls of Battleships Built in Royal Dockyards and Private Yards, Mr. E. Robertson’s Figures, (527)
  • Scotch, January, February, and March, (297), (423); Four Months, 484; Record, First Three Months of 1906, 346
  • Shipyards and the Mersey, 91
  • Smart Piece of Work, J. S. White and Co., Limited, East Cowes, (121)
  • Smart Piece of Repair Work, 23
  • S.S. Propeller, consisting Single Spiral Blade, (322)
  • Submarine v. Submersible Boats, by Simon Lake, 645
  • Tendency of Design in, 278
  • Thornycroft and Co., Limited, John I., Annual Staff Dinner, (372)
  • United Kingdom in 1905, (116)
  • United Kingdom, Licences for Erecting Turbine Engines under the Parsons’ Patents Taken out by Shipbuilding Firms, (222)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, (330)
  • Warships under Construction, December Bist, 1905, (63)
  • World’s Output during 1905, 141
  • Yarrow and Co.’s Migration to the Clyde, 188, 293
  • Letters from our own Correspondents (Lancashire, North of England)

Shipbuilding, Foreign:

  • Dutch Mercantile Vessels Built and Withdrawn, 1906, (582)
  • Finland, Creighton Yard at Abo, Yacht for the Minister of Marine, (373)
  • Frederik&haven, New Yard, (474)
  • French Dreadnoughts, 549
  • French Programme, The New, (253)
  • Shipbuilding', Foreign
  • German, (66), (501)
  • Hamburg-American Liner, (116) Investigation as to Time Taken in Building Warships, (322)
  • Navy Bill, The New, (527) Programme, The New, (253) Japan, Battleship under Construction, (63) United States Battleship, 20,500-Ton, (397) Brooklyn Navy Yard, Determined Movement on Behalf of Labour, (347)
  • Cramp and Co., Tender for New Battleshib, (653)
  • Floating Fortress Globuloid in Shape, (63) 1905, (272)
  • Naval Appropriation Bill for Construction of Battleship, Cruisers, &c., (397)
  • One New Battleship only to be Constructed this Year, (63) Programme, The New, (253), (373)
  • Record Feat in,(40)
  • Steel Steamers on the Great
  • Lakes, (116)
  • Tabulation of Statistics for 1905, (582)
  • World’s Output for 1905, (141)

Shipping Accidents, British and Foreign :

  • Aquidaban, 96
  • Bavaria, Loss of the, (76)
  • Destroyer Ardent, 396
  • Houston Liner Fearless, Salvage Work, (297) Lloyd’s Register Wreck Returns for Recent Years, (141)
  • Prince of Wales, 396, 403
  • Salvage of the Montague, 608
  • Steamers, The, 111 the Tug Sandon, (222) Steam Pinnace No. 414, Explosion in, (195), (169)

Admiralty News:

  • Admiralty’s Circular Letter in Reference to the Battle Practice of the Torpedo-boat Destroyer Flotilla, (40)
  • Decision as to Reduction in Shipbuilding, (40)
  • Policy and Naval Engineers, 45 Works Department, 177
  • ‘ ‘ Annual Report on Admiralty Surveys,” (630) Decision Respecting Steaming Lights, (501) Eogine-room Ratings, 395
  • Floating Dock for the Admiralty, (639) Gunlayers’ Annual Test, Revised Distribution of, Bonus for Good Shooting, (347)
  • Issues Invitations for Temporary Service of Stoker Ratings in the Fleet Reserve, (347) Naval Engineering Crisis, The, 471 Naval Manceuvres, Grand, 1906, 588, 627
  • Stokers and Naval Engineers, 444, 563, 587, 613
  • Training, New Scheme of, J. A, Ewing on the, 511, 537
  • Proposal to Abolish the Naval Reserve Station at Carnarvon,(13)
  • Steaming Lights to be Carried by all Ships except Scouts, (501)
  • Stoker Ratings for Temporary Service, (347), 395
  • Trade Union Congress urge that Contracts be given to those Firms only that Recognise Trade Union Terms, (297)
  • War Vessels and Merchant Vessels to Carry Ordinary Navigation Lights at the Manceuvres, (297)
  • Watch-keeping in the Navy, 9, 71, 97, 120, 148,177,202,219
  • Shipping News, British, Various, and Naval Matters:
  • Arrangement of some Novelty having an interesting Bearing on Long-distance Steaming for Moderate-sized Ships, (373)
  • Atlantic Liner at Holy head, (347) Australian Navy, Question ot an, (63) Dominion Line Steamer Norseman, (347) Glasgow, Exodus of Shipping from, (322) Government and the Fleet, 607
  • Lloyd’s Register and Shipping Development, 280
  • Manoeuvres, The, 588, 627 Motor Boat Regatta in the Mersey, (347)
  • High-speed, their Design and Construction, Mr. Jas. A. Smith on. 370 ’
  • their Speed and Rating for Racing Purposes, Mr. Linton Hope on,370 Motor Boats—see also Motor Cars, &c. Naval Engineering Crisis, The, 471
  • Estimates, 226
  • Services, Auditor-General’s Report on, Expenditure for. Unexpected Surplus, (248)
  • Stokers and Naval Engineers, Increase of Pay Granted by the Admiralty, 444 Newhaven-Dieppe Route, Passenger Traffic 1905, (514) ’
  • Passengers Arriving in and Leaving Great Britain in April, Board of Trade Returns,(527) Passengers, Second and Third-class, to Unitea States by British Lines, 1905, (89)
  • Sale of Obsolete Warships at Devonport Dockyard, (501)
  • Salvage of Steamers, 111
  • Sea Speed, 41 Ships and Ports, W. H. Wheeler, 574, 609 ^^1902^5^47^^ Fighting List since
  • Steering Apparatus at South Kensington. Models of, 482 ’
  • Submarine versxis Submersible Boats, 645 Thames Steamboat Ssrvice, The London County Council, Deficit to be Defrayed from the Rates, (501)
  • Thames Steamboat Services, The Difficulties in their Working and the Council’s Recommendation, (449)
  • Turbine Steamer Coal Consumption, 227 Watch-keeping in the Navy, 9, 71, 97, 120, 148 177, 202, 219, 381 ’ '
  • Yacht Racing Measurement Rules and the International Conference, Mr. R. E, Froude, 370

Shipping News, Foreign, Various, and Naval Matters:

  • Antwerp, Tonnage Entering during 1905, (272) Coaling a German Cruiser at Sea, 353 French Naval Programme, The, 300
  • German, The Deutfchland’s Wireless Messages, (322)
  • Germany’s Maritime Interests, 44
  • Russian and Japanese Naval Authorities, Relative Characteristics of, (116)
  • Schooners said to bo Cutting Rates for Coal-carrying between North England and Dover, (141) Warships Sunk and Captured Japan, Total Value of, (373) United States Navy, Admiral Coghlan on Strength of, (63)
  • (missing lines)
  • Ships : Battleships, British;
  • Africa, (582)
  • Agamemnon Launched, 648
  • Britannia, 352
  • Commonwealth, 8
  • Dreadnought, 8, 34, (116), (165), 171, 203,221, (253), (257), (275), (347), (352), 579
  • Duncan, 8 lUustrious, 319
  • Iron Duke, Sale of, (501)
  • Montague, The, 608 Prince of Wales, 396, 403
  • Queen, 253, 448
  • Superb, Sale of, (501) Swiftsure, 8 Terrible, 319 Triumph, 8

Ships: Battleships, Foreign:

  • Brazilian, Aquidaban, 96
  • French Battleship, Cruiser, The Proposed, 549
  • French, Dupuy de Lome, 352 German, Ersatz Baden, 352, 396, 448
  • Erzherzog Friedrich, (116) Ersatz Sachsen, 352. 396, 448 Schlesien, (555), 627
  • Italian, Indexible, 554
  • Italian, Vittor Emanuele, 554 Japan, Under Construction, (63) Japanese, Kashima, (182), 319, 369, (555), (579)
  • Katori, (253), (257), 319, (330), 346, 448, 464, 523 (Supple- 'nientf May 25^/t, 1906), (579)
  • Satsuma, 221
  • Two New, with Parsons Steam Turbine Machinery, (509) Russian, Nine Projected, 362 United States, South Carolina, (141), (195), (222). (358) Georgia, (653) Kearsarge, (582) Michigan, (141), (195),
  • (222), (358)
  • New Jersey, Speed Trials. (373)
  • Ohio, Target Practice on, (373)
  • The South Carolinas, 554, (653) 16.000-Ton, (358)
  • Ths New Arrangement of the* Turrets for the New, (653)
  • Turbine Machinery for the two New, Tenders Invited, (141), (195)

Ships: Cruisers, British;

  • Amphion, Sale of, (501)
  • Black Prince, Exhibition of (Supplement. May 4ZA. 1906), (88), (141), (248), 448 Crescent, World’s Record with a 9 2in. Gun, (248)
  • Donegal, 319
  • Duke of Edinburgh, 374, 379
  • Future, 118 Hogue, 448 Kent Class, The Cost of the Ton New.
  • (563) ’
  • Lancaster, 221 Minotaur, 267, 396, 579 Monmouth, 319 Natal, (257) Ringarooma, Sale of, (501) Sutlej, 448

Ships: Cruisers, Foreign:

  • Austrian, Kaiser Franz Jcseph, 448
  • Austrian, Kaiserin Elisabeth, 448 French, Completed since 1898. (501) French, Ernest Renan, 403, 404 German, Ersatz Wacht, (169)
  • New, 352, 396
  • Prinz Heinrich, Coaling at Sea, 353
  • Scharnhorst, 396
  • Japanese, Akashi, 8
  • Ikoma, Kurama, 221 Suma, 8 ; Tsukuba, 8 of the Tsukata Class, Armament of, 579
  • Peruvian, Almiraute Grau, (307), 319
  • Russian, Admiral Makaroff, 606 Gromoboi, 8
  • . Rurik, (257), (512)
  • United States, Charleston. New Propellers of the, (653)

Ships: Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats, Scouts, Submarines. British:

  • Destroyer Ardent, Sinking of, 396 Scouts, Forward and Foresight, 343 Submarines Built or under Construction Parliamentary Return, (527)
  • Submarines C and B to be Laid Down,
  • Torpedo Boats, Petrol, 93, 94, (474) Yarrow 60ft,, , 94, (474) ’
  • i? ^®®^ting Purposes, 12 •boat Destroyer Cricket, (121)
  • Spider, (121) Wear, 244

Ships: Torpedo Craft, Destroyers, Gunboats Scouts, Submarines. Foreign:

  • American Submarine, Submergence Te*t of a New, (630)
  • American, Submersible Torpedo Beat Lake, 293
  • French Destroyers, New, 448
  • Japanese Despatch Vessels Magazl and Yodo, 221
  • German, Torpedo Boats, Displacement cf the Latest Type, (195)
  • Peru, Scouts for, (330)
  • Submarines Built or Building, Parliamentary Return, (527)
  • Torpedo Craft for Scouting Purposes, 12 United States Petrol-driven Torpedo, 221
  • Utitfed States Submarine Boat Shark, (169)

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. British:

  • Aberdeen, Rennie Liner Inkosi, (13) Adan Liner, Virginian, (347) Ardrossan-Belfast Turbine Steamer Viper, 484
  • Barrow- Liverpool Service, Screw Steamer Ariadne, her “Passing,” (501)
  • Caledonian Steamship Company’s Turbine Steamer Duchess of Argyll, her Trial Run, (501)
  • Canadian Ice-breaker, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, (330)
  • Pacific Liners to Dock at Quebec, (63)
  • Pacific Steamers, The Empress of Ireland and the Empress of Britain, 112, (347), (605), (630)
  • Cargo Steamer Teucer, The, R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co,, Limited, 372
  • Clyde Turbine Steamers, New, Wm. Denny and Bros., John Brown and Co., 219
  • Cunard Liner Campania, Wireless Telegraphy from, (373) Liner Lusitania, J. Brown Co. {Supplenienti June 1906), 584, 608, 610
  • Liners, Stern Frames for New, 271; Anchors for Lusitania, (347)
  • Steamers, The Two Recordbreaking, Lusitania and Mauritania, (222); Question of their Names, (347)
  • Dredger for the Clyde, The Shieldhill, 424, 430
  • Dredger, Early, 9 England and Ireland, Three Turbine Steamers for the New Direct Route, (63), (89)
  • Gasolene Launch Ludo, Progressive Speed Trials of, 255
  • Houston Liner Fearless, (272), (297) Irish Channel Turbine Steamers, the St. David, 112 ; St. Patrick, 256 ; and St. George and Viper, 268
  • Isle of Man Steam Packet Company’s Steamer Viking, Speed of, (605)
  • London County Council Thames Steamboats, (169), 329
  • Motor Boats—see also Motor Cars, &c.
  • Motor Cargo Boat for Parcels Delivery, (582)
  • Launch, Paraffin, R. Hornsby and Sons, Limited, Simpson, Strickland and Co., Limited, 500, ?(536)
  • Launches for Nigeria, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 253
  • Lifeboat, 668 Lifeboat for Ballantrae, (367) Oldest Ship in Active Service, the Oak Schooner Dart, (501)
  • Passenger Service from the Clyde to Ireland, the Woodcock, John Burn and Co., 404
  • Petrol Torpedo Launch, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 94
  • Port Henderson, Repairs to the Passenger and Fruit-carrying Steamer, (434)
  • Royal Sovereign Lightship to be Replaced by one of the Newest Model, (297)
  • Royal Turbine Yacht, The, 146 Stsamboats and Principles, 274 Steamer for Lake Victoria, Nyaczi, Bow, MacLachlan and Co., Limited, 663
  • Steam Yachts: Some Comparisons, Mr. J. R. Barnett on, 395
  • Thames Steamboats, 93
  • Tug-boat for the Nile, Mr. Edw. Hayes, 354
  • Turbine Steamer for the Thames, Wm, Denny Bros., (328), 528, 533
  • United Kingdom Mercantile Tonnage Output, 1905, (141)
  • United Kingdom, Seven Vessels fitted with Steam Turbines Launched in 1905, (141)
  • Vessels for Service in our Colonies and Protectorates, Sir Edw. Reed on, 344, 345
  • White Star Liner Adriatic, (141)

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. Foreign:

  • Allan Line Turbine Steamer Virginian Beats the Record made by the Victorian, (555)
  • Ferry Steamers, 289, 338
  • Atlantic Liners, Electricity on, 291, 319
  • Chilian Government, Subsidisation of V 1 J Internal, s.s. Lines, (13)
  • ’ Yacht for the Minister of Marine, (0/0)
  • French Mercantile Marine, 214
  • Ge^an Steam Sailing Vessel Launched at Bremerhaven, 605) cj^^^^^^^-American Liner, to be built at Stettin, (116)
  • Mercantile, Passeng’er, and Various. Foreig’n {continued) •.
  • (Jerman, Unsinkable Passenger Steamer. Trial of, at Kiel, (605)
  • Hydroplane, The, (272)
  • Iceland, Motor Fishing Boats, (474)
  • Japan’s Mercantile Marine, 175
  • Sweden, The Lappland, the largest Steamer ever built in a Swedish Yard, (565)
  • United States, First Turbine Steamshin built in the, (474)
  • ^Q^head Trolley Motor Launch,
  • Steamerfor the Revenue Cutter Service, ^82)
  • Steel Floating Dock Dewey 0^69) Weather, (63),
  • SHIPS and Ports, by W. H. Wheeler, 574 611 Siemens, Carl Heinrich von, 319
  • Manufacture of 643, 647 ’
  • Simplon Tunnel, The, 622 Slide Rule Conversion, 357

Small Arms:

  • Liege, Manufacture of, (555); Use of Maehi- Obligatory, (582);
  • Wages, (682); Number of Firms, (606) German Rifles with new Tubular Recoil ,
  • Apparatus, (630)
  • Magazine Rifle for the United States Troops, New, (297) ’
  • Sparkbrook or EnBeld—Which 'i 434
  • ' Sparkbrook, War-office Order, (458)
  • SMITH, Mr. Josiah Timmis, 361
  • Smoke Abatement Conference, 9, 71
  • Consuming Device. Mr. G, M. Boone’s (34/)
  • Helmets, Safety, 346
  • and Soot Nuisance at Helsingfors. Steos taken to Lessen, (248)
  • Snelus, Mr. George James, 629

Society of Arts: '

  • Coal Conservation, Power Transmission and Smoke Prevention, Mr. A. J. Martin, 350, 405 ’
  • Silver Medal Awards, (627)

Society of British Gas Industries* (259)

Society, The Chemical:

  • Rusting of Iron, Mr J. T. Nance, (653)

Society of Chemical Industry. Liverpool Section of:

  • Measuring the Volume Stability of Cement? Dr. F. G. Dounan, 227 ’
  • Vanadium as a Steel-making Element, Mr J
  • Kent Smith, 293 > • •

Society, Coventry Engineering:

  • Estimation of Costs, Mr. A. W. Farnsworth, 73
  • Social Gathering, Mr. Jackson’s Farewell, (523)
  • Society of Engineers:
  • First Ordinary Meeting, (183)
  • Harbour Exigency Works, Mr. Frank Latham, (358)

Society of Engineers, Amalgamated: Membership and Number upon Oatof-Work Benefit, (501); Endeavours to Increase the Membership, (566)

Society of Engineers and Metallurgists, Sheffield :

  • Cast Iron in the Foundry, Mr. P. L ngmuir. (286) _ '
  • Colliery Working, Professor Hardwick, 4 Electrical Power in iron and Steel Work, Mr.
  • K. R. Stuart, 484
  • Forging Presses, Mr. A. J. Capron, 330
  • Recent Engineering Developments, Mr. Ellis,
  • Retiring Address of Mr. W. H. Ellis, 162

Society, Faraday:

  • Papers by Mr. H. D. Law and Air. J, L. F. Vogel, (548)

Society of German Engineers:

  • (Verein Deutscherlngenieure), 604 : Celebrates the Fiftieth Anniversary, (195)

Society, Glasgow Technical College, Scientific:

  • Cy.inder RUios, Mr. James Andrews, (128)
  • Inglis Patent Boiler, Mr. Gardiner Inghs, (‘^06) Metals Used for Bearings of Shafting and Lubrication of same, Mr. James Murdoch, 1293)
  • Portable Electric Tools and their Industrial Applications, Air. Andrew Stewart, (244)
  • Pumping, Deep Aline, Mr. James Hogg, (88) Tool-room Organisation and Practice, Mr. Geo.
  • Blair, (150)

Society, Glasgow University Engineering :

  • Presidential Address of Mr. Gao. P. Beilby, 68

Society, Leeds University Engineering:

  • Stability of Tall Chimneys, Prof. Charnock, 158

Society, Liverpool Engineering:

  • Parsons Turbine to Alarine Propulsion, Progress in the Application of, Air. R. J. Walker, 227

Society, Manchester Literary and Philosophical:

  • Steel Boiler Plates, Recent Failures of Mr. C. E. Stromeyer, 330

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders;

  • Exhibition at Olympia, (248)

Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers: I

  • Progressive Speed Trials of the Gasoline Launch Ludo, Mr. Geo. Crouse Cook, 255
  • Society, Sheffield Students’ Engineering- and Metallurgical:
  • Bridges, Some Notable, Mr. A. G. Pearson, (358) ’
  • Development of the Steamship, Mr. A. J Chappell, 208
  • Electric Smelting of Iron and Steel. Mr. P Mather, (88), (112) *

Society for the Technical Education of Women:

  • (248)
  • SOUTH Africa, Engineering and Finance in, 607 Spinning Mill, Six-storey, to be Built at Walkden in Seven Months, (222)
  • Sprengel, Dr., 62
  • Spring Wheel Devices, Pneumatic Hubs. &c Competition in Paris, (89)
  • Stamping Letters by Electricity, (423) Standardising Thermometers, New Method of, (423)
  • State Concessions to Industrial Companies by Arthur Ramaekers and M. E. J. Gheury, 604

Steam:

  • Steam Consumption of Winding Engines, 365 Cylinder Condensation, 65 Engine—see Engines Lorry, A New, 216, 217
  • Pipe, Water Condensed Hourly when Covered and Uncovered, (449)
  • Plant, Efficiency of, 656 Reheaters, Value of, 42 Specific Heat of, Prof. Denton on, (169) Superheated, Exhaustive Work upon the Specific Heat of, (653)
  • Superheaters, 532 Tractors, 649 Value of Reheaters, 42
  • Apparatus at South Kensington, Alodels of, 482 ® ’
  • Steinhart Dry Blast System, The, 401 Stove, Anthracite Coal, 62
  • Street-paving Experiment, An Early, 378 Sugar-beet Factory in Lincolnshire, (630)
  • Cane Crushing Mill, Geo. Fletcher and Co., Limited (Supplement^ January \2th^ 1906), 38, 39
  • Cane Crushing Mill, Nine-roller, Manlove, ^3r<f ^1906)^ 201’ February
  • Cane, Turned Out Annually from Santa Cruz, (620)
  • Machinery in Use in Pern, Obsolete, (653) bulzer-Steiner, Heinrich (with Portrait). 554 Sun’s Surface, M. Henri Moissan on the Temperature of the, (423)
  • Superheaters, 532

Supplements:

  • Air Compressors, Modern—.see Special Supplement^^ June 16^/t, 1906
  • Coal Tips at Garston Docks, London and North- Western Railway, The Hydraulic Eoeineer- iDg Co., Limited, March 16th, 1906
  • Cunard Liner Lusitania, J. Brown and Co L-mited, June 8th, 1906 ’’
  • Eogine and Generator, 6000 Horse-power, at the Oberspree Central Station, Berlin, Sulzor Bros., June 22nd, 1906 .
  • Engines of H.M. Armoured Crniser Black Prince, The Thames Ironworks Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, May 4th, 1906
  • Engines of the Japanese Battleship Katori Vickers, Sons and Maxim, May 25th, 1906
  • Girders of the Jhelum and Ravi Bridges, India
  • Renewing the, March 2ad, 1906 ’
  • Hydro-electric Power Stations in North Italy April 20fch, 1906
  • Lathe, Eiectrically-driven Wheel, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, February 23rd, 1906 Lathes, High-speed, J. Parkinson and Son May 11th, 1906
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, Great Northern, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, January 26th, 1906
  • Duplex Compound, Belgian State Railways, Soc. An. de St. Leonard, February 2nd, 1906 Three-cylinder Compound Express, Midland Railway, Mr. R. M. Deeley, March 9th, 1906
  • Sugar Cane Crushing Mill, Five-roller, Geo. Fletcher and Co., Limited, January 12th, 1906
  • Sugar Cane Crushing Mill, Nine-roller, Manlove, Alliott and Co., Limited, February 23rd, 1906
  • Vauxhall Bridge, New, Details of Construction, March 30tb, 1908

SUPPLEMENT, JUNE 16TH, 1906. — MODERN AIR COMPRESSORS :

  • TANKS for Japan, Experimental, 634
  • Technical Classes at Eastney Barracks. (219) College, Finsbury, Old Students’ Association, (386)
  • Technical High School, Dresden, 87, SO, 114, 115
  • High School for Women in Peters- burg, (248)
  • School at Liloolah, East Indies, (605) Technical Schools in Belgium, (397) Work and Schools, United States and Germany, (272)
  • Technology, High School of, 635

Telegraphy:

  • Cable-laying Machine, Submarine, Johnson and Phillips, 588
  • Microphone Transmitter Invented by Quintana Majorana, (347)
  • Pacific Cable, The New, (169)
  • Reinforced Concrete Poles, Welland C.^nal Canada, (582)
  • Submarine, Mr. Chas. Bright, 194 and Telephony over the Same Wires, (605) Telephotographic Experiments between Paris and Rouen, (222)
  • Underground between London and Glasgow, (40)
  • Wireless, 1905, 7
  • on Bavarian Railways, (653) Belfast to Paris, (248) between America and Europe, Rev. J. Murga’s System, (141)
  • Charges from Ship to Ship for, (89) on the Deutschland, (322)
  • Machrihanish, Argyllshire, (195) in the Navy, (59)
  • New Admiralty System of, Tests, (555)
  • The Philippines, (582)
  • Secret Tests, between Scotland and Massachusetts, (141)
  • United States, (13)

Telephony:

  • 1905, 7
  • Hull Municipal System, The National Telephone Company’s Offer to Purchase, (272), 1297)
  • India, The Longest Line in, (555)
  • Italy, Extension of, (195)
  • Long Distance, over the Telegraph Wires, (605)
  • Municipalities Owning Telephone Services, Question of the Renewal of their Licences, (169)
  • National Telephone Company, Aiderman John Franklin Appointed Chairman, (360); Mileage in the United Kingdom, (516); Offer to Purchase Hull Municipal System, (272), (297)
  • “National Telephone Journal,” First Issue of (373)
  • Secrephone, The, 122
  • Wireless in South Wales, (248)
  • TEMPERATURE in Cold Store, Rise of, 240

Tenders Invited:

  • Breakwater, Port of Arrecife, Canaries, (297)
  • Bridge over the Aconcagua, Invited by the Chilian Government, (89)
  • - over the Aveiro, Metallic, (222)
  • - over the Canero, Spain, Iron, (40)
  • - at Manfalout, Assiout Barrage Office, (272)
  • Bridges, Three Swing, over the Mahmoudieh Canal, (527)
  • Iron Repairing Stage for Dry Docks on the Maas, (40)
  • Landing Stage of the Asia Dock, Antwerp, (222)
  • Norwegian State Railways, Bridge-building Work, (373)
  • Reconstruction of Pont St. Michel over the Lys at Ghent, (40)
  • Steam Roller and Road Scraper for Barcelona. (248)
  • Water Supply, Menouf, Egypt, (527)
  • Swedish State Railways, Rolled Steel Joists. (373)
  • Water Supply, Rio Grande, (527)
  • Terry’s Well-Tell-tale, 352
  • Testing Machine, Large, Messrs. W. and T.
  • Avery, Limited, (149)
  • Machine of 267 Tons Capacity, (40)
  • Materials, International Association for, (445), (449)
  • Textile Industry in Japan, (89)
  • Textiles and Textile Machinery, Mr. Wm. Rintoul, 354
  • Thermometers, Standardising, A New Method of. (423)
  • Thomas, Mr. Sam, (270)
  • Thorium, Remarkable Variations of Price, (449)
  • Thrashing Machine, Foster’s, 649
  • Thurefield, Mr. Wm. Edward Rintoul, 430
  • Timber “ Limits,” No More New, Granted by the Canadian Government, (63)
  • Tinsley Steel, Iron, and Wire Rope Works, Sheffield, (444)
  • Tools, Machine—see Machine Tools Tosi-Franco, New Foundry, 492, 493
  • Tractors, Steam, 649

Trade:

  • Agricultural Machinery in Italy, Demand for, (474)
  • Buoyant, (100)
  • Canada, Our Trade with, 530
  • Coal, Great Britain and the United States, (89)
  • Coal, Some Conditions of, 481
  • Disputes and Legislation, 223
  • Disputes, Royal Commission on, 190, 197, 223 Export, 44
  • Bounties on German Steel, 476 Progressive, 473
  • German Cutlery Exports, (373)
  • German, with India, 67
  • Growing Oversea, 382
  • India’s Import and Export Trade, Germany’s Share in,(248)
  • India’s Jute Exports, (474)
  • Irrigation Plants in South Africa, Demand for, (474)
  • Italian Industries, 468, 520, 552, 598, 643
  • Lancashire Cotton Trade, Prosperous Condition of, (169)
  • Motor Car Industry, 552
  • Motor Car Trade, United States, (474)
  • New South Wales, Total Imports, 1905, (89)
  • Roumania, Market for Manufactured Articles, (228)
  • Swansea Harbour Trust, Comparative Statement of Trade by the, (195)
  • Trade Marks in Australia, (100)
  • Union Law, 171, 445 United States and Germany, Total Value of, (89) —see Letters from our own Correspondents
  • TRAMWAYS—see Railways and Tramways Transit Instrument, Protected, Messrs, J. Davis and Co., Limited, 150
  • Transmission of Light Goods in Cities, 536 Transvaal Industries, 34 ; Portland Cement Factory, 34
  • T-square Club. (112)
  • Tubes and Wire Nails, Works at Port Arthur, Canada, for Manufacture of, (248)
  • Tuit, Mr. Jas. Edw., 226
  • Tunnel, Behring Straits, 346, (347)
  • - Channel, Scheme to be Revived, (605)
  • - under the Loetschberg, (605)

Turbines

  • Cost of Condensing, 350
  • Effect of Water Dropping on the Wheel from the Casing, Professor Thurston on, (449)
  • Elastic Fluid, Mr. Neilson on the Evolution and Prospects of, (88)
  • Horizontal Hercules, 369
  • Hydraulic, by Riva, Monneret and Co., of Milan, 468, 469
  • Large, Abner Doble Company, of San Francisco, (227)
  • Parsons, Applied to Marine Propulsion, Mr. R. J. Walker on, 227
  • Parsons, and the Shipbuilding Firms, (222)
  • Precursors of the, in 1612 and 1642, (141)
  • Steam, Applied to Marine Purposes, Professor J. H. Biles, 303
  • Steam, Professor Ripper on, (286)
  • TUSCANY, Woods and Forests in, and Projected Re-Afforesting, (449)
  • Typhoid Fever Deaths, New York State, (272)
  • UNDERGROUND Mechanical Transport in the Witwatersrand, 106
  • Union Jack Club, Concert in Aid of, (630)
  • United States Agricultural Machinery to Bordeaux, Diminished Shipments of, (653)
  • - Annual Capacity of Blast Furnaces in,(116)
  • - Congress, Monuments in Honour of J. P, Jones and John Barry. (653)_
  • - Geological Survey, Erection of New Building Recommended for, (423)
  • - Irrigation in the Western States. (653)
  • University of London, Lecturers and Lectures (Civil Engineering Course), (405)
  • VALVE, Automatic Sewage Controlling, Mr. W. S, Shields, 481
  • on Iron Pipes of Hydraulic Systems, Iron Seale on, (653)
  • Wrought Steel Sceam, Cruse Controllable Superheater Company, (190)
  • Variable Speed Countershaft, 537, 554
  • Verein Deutscher Ingenieure, Fiftieth Anniversary, (195)
  • Vesuvius, Eruption of, (222), (322), (474), 505
  • Veterans of Industry, (165)
  • Vibration of Engines, Damping, 498
  • Victoria Station, 518, 519
  • Vologdin, M., Banished to Siberia, (397)

War Material:

  • 1905, 19, 20, 21
  • See also Ordnance
  • WARRISS, Mr. Geo., 506
  • Watch-keeping in the Navy, 9, 71, 97, 120, 148. 177, 202, 219
  • Water Compressibility, 149
  • Finding or “Divining” with a Watch Spring, (449)
  • Gauge or Well Tell-tale, 352
  • Softener, The “ Criton,” 47
  • Softening, 71
  • Watering Roads with Calrium Chloride L'ouor. Northwich, (501) ’
  • Watering, (13)

Water Supply:

  • 1905, Leader on Completed Works, 18, 19
  • Accrington, (347)
  • Athens, Ancient, 215
  • Birkenhead, (605), (630)
  • Bolivia, Suere, (582)
  • Babenfcsch, Bohemia, (270)
  • Capetown, and Consumption. (131
  • Clare, (141)
  • Derwent Valley, 18, (400) (554)
  • Devonport, (272), (373)
  • Essex Western, (13)
  • Great Britain’s Needs in One Hundred Years (272) ’
  • Irrigation, 17, (272)
  • Jassy, (141)
  • Leeds, New Filter Beds at Weetwood. (116)
  • Leigh-on-Sea, (397)
  • Lincoln, 19, (322), (332), (630)
  • Lincoln and Malvern Boreholes, 19, (322), (332)
  • Liverpool, Acquisition of Lands for Protection of Rivington Waterworks, (222)
  • London’s, a Century Ago, Discovery of Old Wooden Water Pipes, (501)
  • London’s Daily Supply, (347)—.see also Metropolitan
  • Madrid, 400
  • Malvern, 61, 356
  • Manchester, 19
  • Manchester, Damage of Water Mains by Heavy
  • Street Traffic, (272)
  • Menouf, Egypt, (527)
  • Messina, (605)
  • Meter, New Form of, (605)
  • Metropolitan, November, 3906, (141) ; December, (297); January, 1906, (423); March^(605)
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 19
  • Mexico, Aqueduct of Armoured Concrete, (347) Newport, (234)
  • New South Wales, (582), (630)
  • Pittsburg, Electrolysis Nuisance, (605)
  • Port Elizabeth, 60, 61, 64
  • Punta Arenas. Chili, (195)
  • Rio Grande, (527)
  • Terrasini in Sicily, (195)
  • Thames at Teddington Weir, Average Daily Natural Flow (605)
  • Valparaiso, (397)
  • Well-Tell-Tale, Terry’s Water Gauge or, 352
  • Welsh, 19
  • Wooden Water Pipes, Discovery of Old, (501)
  • Work Abroad, 19
  • WATER, Underground, Highest recorded Velocity of, (195)
  • Water-wheel, Pelton, 280
  • Watson, Mr. Henry, (579)
  • Watt Anniversary Celebration and Memorial, 95, 200
  • Webb, Mr. P. W., 579, 613, 635
  • Webb, Mr. Francis William, 579, 613, 635
  • Webb, the late Mr. F. W., and Compound Locomotives, 660
  • Weight in Winding Drums, by R. H. Collingham, 186
  • Wentworth-Shields, Mr. F. W., 86
  • Westminster City Council’s Scheme for Wharves for Collection and Removal of House and Street Refuse, (397)
  • Whitewashing Machine, Crosier, Stephens and Co., 122
  • Williams, Mr. Lewis, (293)
  • Wilson, Mr. John, 21
  • Wind Motor, Speed of an Effective, (397)
  • Wind Pressures, (397)
  • Winding Drums, Weight in, by R. H. Collingham, 186
  • Winding Engines—see Engines
  • Wire, Galvanised, 92
  • Wire Tension, Breakage, Bending, Elongation, (373)
  • Worm Contact, Mr. Robt. Bruce on, 94, 98
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, 416
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Employer’s Liability Case, (460)
  • Wylie, Mr. Alexander, 86
  • YARROW and Co.’s Migration to the Clyde, 188 293
  • Yerkes, Mr. Chas. Tyson, 21
  • Yerkes Observatory, Mr. Yerkes’ Bequest to, (63)
  • Young, Mr. Henry John, 45
  • ZINC Dust, Spontaneous Ignition of, Herr Paul Speier on, (449)
  • Zinc, New Use for, (630)

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