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The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1908 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.

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  • ABRASIVE Materials, United States Output, 345
  • Abruzzi, Duke, Himalayan Expedition. 243
  • Accident to La Republique Airship, 423
  • Acidity of Lubricating Oil, Test, 191
  • Admiralty Courses of Instruction, 215
  • Aerial Navigation, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw, 635
  • - Progress, King Leopold’s Prize, 243
  • - in France, Appeal for Public Financial Support, 345
  • - Prize Award by Institute of France, 10
  • - Torpedo for Life-saving, 61
  • Aero Club, Suspensions of Well-known Aviators, 503
  • Aeronautical Club, Berlin, Prize Award, 499
  • Aeronautics, Army, and the National Physical Laboratory, 191
  • - Lectures at East London College, Thurston, 391
  • Aeroplane Competitions at Shepherd’s Bush Stadium, 87
  • - Industry in France, Rapid Growth, 345
  • Aeroplanes and Balloons Endangered by Atmospheric Electricity, 503
  • - for Everyday Use, 165 New Wright Patent, 503
  • Agricultural Labour-saving Machinery, 217
  • - Lectures Planned by Railways, 295
  • - Society’s Experimental Farm in Russia, 165
  • Air Samples from a Height of Nine Miles, 295
  • Air Steam Engine, 423
  • Airship, La Republique, Cause of Accident, 423
  • Airship School at Friedrichshafen, 217
  • Airships and Smuggling, 111
  • Airships, Wireless Signalling for, 345
  • Algiers Bay, Expensive Telegrams, 477
  • Alloy, Non-shrinking, 423
  • Aluminium Coinage for France, 423
  • - Paint, 111
  • - to Replace Bronze Coinage in France, 635
  • Ammonia Production from the Atmosphere, 87
  • Apprenticeship Scheme for Engineers, South-Western Polytechnic and Glasgow Firms, 344
  • Areameter, A. E. Mallandain, 674
  • Argentina, Agricultural Development of, 369
  • Arsenic in Brimstone, Determination of, Laboratory Tests, 423
  • Asbestos Discoveries in the Urals, 33, 111
  • Asbestos Output in Canada and United States respectively, 295

Associations, Institutions, and Societies:

  • Association, Birmingham, of Engineers: Aerial Navigation, Dr. A. R. Ratcliffe, 488
  • Water Organisation with ”* ’ making, J. Batey, 488
  • Association, Birmingham, Engineers: Annual Meeting, 586
  • Works Organisation with making, J. Batey, 579
  • Association, British: Arrangements for Sheffield Visit in 1910, 16
  • Winnipeg Meeting, 61, 152
  • Programme, 152
  • Association, British Foundrymen’s: Annual Convention, 92
  • Association, Edinburgh, of Science and Arts :
  • Concrete Construction, Reinforced, F. A. Macdonald, 579
  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge: Presidential Election, Programme, 330
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester: Syllabus for the Session, Conversazione, 350, 382
  • Association, Geologists’:
  • Excursions, 60
  • Meeting and Programme, 7
  • Association, Incorporated, of Municipal and County Engineers:
  • Meeting and Inspection at Cardiff, 365 Association, International, for Testing Materials:
  • Meeting and Nomination of Representatives, with List of Objects of Study, 483, 588
  • Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions :
  • Annual Meeting and Report, 488 Association of Water Engineers :
  • Winter Meeting and Programme of Papers, 560
  • Institute, American, of Electrical Engineers : Cost of Power, Stott, 33
  • Institute of Engineers, South Wales : Machine Mining, &c., S. Mavor, 555
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Andrew Carnegie Research Scholarship, 591
  • Annual Meeting and Dinner in 1910, 560 Autumn Meeting, Programme, 242
  • Institute, Iron and Steel, West of Scotland : Annual Dinner, 603
  • Institute of Marine Engineers:
  • Boilers and Steam Pipes, Notes on Coverings for, A. T. Strohmenger, 591
  • Denny Gold Medal Award to W. P. Durtnall, 339, 383, 618
  • Dinner, 511
  • Generation and Transmission of Power for Marine Propulsion, &c., W. P. Durtnall, 339
  • Hydraulic Cargo Gear for Passenger Ships, A. M. McAlister, 383
  • Meetings and Awards, 382, 383
  • Refrigerating Installations, &c., R. Balfour, 70, 95, 382, 383
  • Visit to Imperial Exhibition, 70, 95
  • Water Hammer, Bishop N. King, 383
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Membership, Autumn Meeting Programme, &c., 99, 307, 324
  • Institute, Midland, of Mining, Civil and Mechanical Engineers:
  • Exhaust Steam, Recovery of Power from, W. M. Sanderson. 459
  • Locked Coil Winding Ropes, Working and Testing, J. E. Silverwood, 122
  • Meetings and Programmes of Papers, 69,122, 620
  • Institute, North of England, Mining and Mechanical Engineers:
  • Annual Meeting, 152
  • Automatic Case Tub Stops, T. C. Enters, 374, 622
  • Coal Cargo Steamers, Various Types, &c., J. Kisropp, 152
  • Electricity in Coal Mines, R. Nelson, 374 Meetings at Newcastle and Programme of Papers, 374, 622
  • Institute, Royal Sanitary:
  • Henry Sa? on Snell Prize Competition, Heating and Ventilating Public Buildings, 95 Institution of Automobile Engineers: Graduates’ Section, London Branch:
  • Indicators for Petrol Engines, C. E. G. House, 446
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Awards for 1908-1909, 446
  • Heysham, Morecambe and Lancaster Line, Electrification of, J. Dalziel and J. Sayers, 446
  • Marine Propulsion by Electric Motors, H. A, Mavor, 446
  • Mersey Railway under Steam and Electric Traction, Equipment, &c., J. Shaw, 446 Students’ Meetings:
  • Design of Generating Stations, G. Ingram, 620
  • Foundation and Construction of Dock Walls, H. T. Tudsbery, 694
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Association of Students : Secretaryship, 667
  • Visits to Addison Potter’s Cement Works and North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company’s Works at Wallsend, 27
  • Visit to Spencer’s Steel Works at Newburn. 199
  • Yorkshire Students, Association of:
  • Visit to Leighton Reservoir, 242
  • Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland : Presidential Address, 555
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Annual Dinner, 620
  • Efficiency of Short Spark Methods of Generating Electrical Oscillations, Dr. W. H. Eccles and A. J. Makower, 663
  • Electricity in Mines, Use of, 695
  • German Electrical Industry, Methods and Practice, L. J. Lepine and A. R. Stelling, ' 663
  • Hopkinson, Dr. John, Marble Bust of. Pre- i sented, 483, 555
  • Lighting, Gas or Electrical, Cost Compari- I son, G. Wilkinson and R. McCourt, 605
  • Presidential Address, Dr. Gisbert Kapp, 458, 689
  • Winter-Eichberg Motor, 555
  • Birmingham Section :
  • Research on Metallic Filament Lamps, F. H. K. Lavender, 635
  • Glasgow Local Section :
  • Annual Dinner, 618
  • Continuous-current Boosters and Balancers. 695 ’
  • Glasgow Students’ Section:
  • Opening Meeting : Mr. Mavor on Electrical Propulsion of Ships, 436
  • Leeds Local Section:
  • Cost of Electrical Energy, W. M. Rogerson, 605
  • Experiments on Single and Stranded Low- tension Fuses, W. T. Maccall, 555 Manchester Section:
  • Magneto Ignition, J. W. Warr on, 555 Opening Meeting, 419
  • Unemployed Electrical Plant, S. J. Watson. 529 ’
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland:
  • Joint Summer Meeting, Programme, 122 Presidential Address by C. P. Hogg: Slow Progress of Railway Electrification, 679 Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • Gas Heating Research Committee’s Report at Leeds University, 10
  • Manchester District:
  • Vertical Retorts in Gas Making, S. Glover, 508 ’
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • Annual Meeting and Report; Elections, 473 Recent Warship Machinery, Engineer Vice- admiral, H. J. Oram, 473
  • Reinforced Concrete Construction of the New General Post-office Buildings, London, T. A. Watson, 473
  • Summer Meeting ; Programme, 179
  • Visit to Menpes Colour-printing Works at Watford, 32
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • Application of Pitot Tube to the Testing of Impulse Water-wheels, W. R. Eckhart, 676
  • Bryan Donkin Research Fond, 605
  • Graduates’ Association:
  • Commercial Testing of Railway Materials T. H. Sanders, 538
  • Correlation of Micro - structure with the Elasticity of Materials of Construction, Professor Arnold, 9
  • Drawing-office Systems, John Heath, 9
  • Associations, Institutions, and Societies {continued);
  • Inventions and Industrial Progress and British Patent System, J. E. S. Lockwood, 391
  • Leaking in Locomotive Fire-boxes, Causes and Treatment, F. Hollingsworth, 9
  • Planning and Equipment of Turbo-generating Stations, T. Walmsley, 641
  • Power Plant of Ontario Company at Niagara Palls, C. W. Jordan, 676
  • Summer Meeting ; Visits, 9
  • Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • Meeting at Newcastie-on-Tyne. 239
  • Institution of Mining Electrical Engineers :
  • Formation of Scotch Branch Projected, 7
  • Meetings and Membership, 230, 380
  • Meetings of Yorks and Notts Branches, 94
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • Elgar Scholarship, 696
  • Meeting in 1910, 489
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Annual Dinner, 643
  • Baikal Railway Ferry Steamers, J. 0. Handy, 540, 648
  • Joint Summer Meeting and Programme, 122 Marine Boiler Design, Construction and Economy, D. Myles, 540, 648
  • Remarkable Failure of a Consignment of Steel Ship Plates, W. J. B. Wilson, 648 Institution, Permanent Way :
  • Annual Summer Convention, Awards and Lecture, 95
  • Institution Royal:
  • Christmas Juvenile Lectures, Modern Electricity, W. Duddell, 473, 676, 689
  • Elections, 27, 473
  • Meetings and Lecture Arrangements, 473, 620
  • Society, American, of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Annual Meeting and Programme, 436
  • Society, American, of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers:
  • Carnegie, Non-magnetic vessel. Details of Construction, 579
  • General Meeting and Programme of Papers, 528
  • Society, Glasgow Technical College Scientific : High-tension Switch Gear, A. G. Collis, 476 Modern Condensing Installations, W. A. Dexter, 518
  • Society, Glasgow University Engineering : Oechelbaeuser Gas Engines in Great Britain, R. Stokes and J. Cunningham, 539
  • Three-phase Motors with Speed Control, Parker-Haigh, 538
  • Society, Glasgow University Physical:
  • Visit to Blythswood House Laboratory, 476 Society of Engineers:
  • Mechanics of Dust, C. H. W. Biggs, 635 Status Prize Award, 291
  • Visit to Greenwich Generating Station, 57 Hill’s Organ-building Works, 330 Society, Illuminating Engineering:
  • Modern Methods of Illumination, L. Gaster, 555
  • Opening Meeting, 502
  • Professor Sylvanus Thompson’s Address, 555 Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • Parsons’ Steam Turbines on Fast Channel Steamers, C. J. Blackburn, 648
  • Presidential Address, W. Brodie, 537
  • Society, Manchester Geological and Mining :
  • Visit to Ashton, Stalybridge, and Dukinfield Waterworks, 57
  • Society, Physical, of London:
  • Exhibition, Programme, List of Exhibitors, 518, 603
  • Meetings and Programmes of Papers, 518, 576
  • Society, Royal Agricultural:
  • Annual General Meeting, 573
  • Liverpool Show, 1910, 410
  • Norwich Show Suggested for 1911, 423
  • Society, Royal, of Arts: «
  • Albert Medal, Presentation to Sir A. Noble, 41
  • Annual Meeting and Report, 20
  • Chemistry of Plame, Professor H. B. Dixon. 688
  • Society, Royal Meteorological:
  • Balloon Registrations of Atmosphere, C. E, P. Cave, 524
  • Ascents at Gloucester, Registering, W. Marriott, 524
  • Winter Temperatures on Mountain Heights. W. P. Brown, 524
  • Rainfall, Semi-diurnal Variation of. E. Gold. 524
  • South American Rainfall Types, Study of Phenomenal Climatology, W. G. Reed, 677 Symons Gold Medal Award, 586
  • Variations of Currents of Air, &c., Dr. W. N Shaw, 677, 689
  • Society, Sheffield, of Engineers and Metallurgists :
  • Home-office Regulations for Generation, &c. of Electrical Energy, H. 0. Wraith. 403
  • Microscopic Methods in Relation to Factory Problems, H. Brearley, 555
  • ASTRONOMICAL Compass Adopted in India for Military Purposes, 61
  • Australian Patent Act, Representations by United Kingdom Manufacturers and Patent Agents, 408, 423
  • Preference to United Kingdom on Electrical Imports, 423
  • Austria, Motor Lorries for, 87
  • Automobile Guild, International, 153
  • Industry, Growth in United States,
  • Repair by Blacksmiths, Technical Courses in Austria, 499
  • Automobile Trade of Nice, British Dealers Poorly Represented, 10
  • Vans, Industrial, in Germany, Owners
  • Subsidised by Government, 529
  • Aviation in France, Benefaction to University of Paris for Purposes of Study, 10 Week, Blackpool, 368
  • Ayr Auld Brig Preservation, Insufficient Funds, 87
  • BALL Bearings, Defective Steel, Used for Metal Polishing, 139
  • Balloons. Firing at, United States Tests, 689 Belgian Law and White Lead Importation, 663 Bell, Submarine, for Signalling near Holyhead, 269
  • Belt, Driving, Record Size and Cost, 605
  • Benadir Coast, Italian Survey for Harbour and Railway, 503
  • Benzol not Liable to Petrol Tax, 61
  • Berlin-Stettin Ship Canal, Progress of Construction, 423, 605
  • Bioscope or Kinematograph Pictures, To Eliminate Vibratory Effect, 269
  • Blast Furnace Gas for Electrical Generation, 243
  • Borough Polytechnic Institute, Training and Work of Stokers, 383
  • Brazil, Machinery and other Imports, Consular Reports, 438
  • Manufacture Statistics, 139
  • Mineral Resources, Electric Smelting Needed, 423
  • Schemes to Counteract Drought, 503 Breakwater, 10,000ft. in Length, for Hawaii, 295

Bridges:

  • Blackfriars Bridge Completion, 165 Blackwell’s Island Bridge. Who is to Pay? 663 Brayford Swing Bridge, Great Northern Railway, Reconstruction, 295
  • Bridge Spans, Floating to Position by Rising and Falling Tide, 191
  • Delfshaven Bridge Projected, 529 Ferro-Concrete Bridges for Illinois, 87 Pittsburg, 228
  • Ganges, Sara Bridge over, Details, 395
  • Girder and Arch Combination Bridge for Electric Railway, U.S.A., 369
  • Gloucester, Great Western Railway’s Proposed New Bridge, 702
  • Grafton Bridge, Longest Masonry Span in the World, 605
  • Iron Girder, at Lea, connecting with Viaduct over Kingsbury and Water Orton Railway, 579
  • Manhattan Bridge Tested, 369 Pontoon Bridge, New Type, in Sweden, 503 Quebec Bridge Reconstruction, Progress, 689 Question of Piers, 87
  • Tenders for Work, 368, 428 Railway Bridge at 450ft. height across Sioule Gorge, France, 423
  • Raised by Breakdown Cranes, 87
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Fall of Bridge in Sussex, 446
  • Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia, Largest Ferro-Concrete Bridge in the World, 319
  • Yellow River Bridge, on Chinese Railway, 33 ; (Correction), 74
  • BRISTOL Docks as Distributing Centre for Motor Spirit, 111
  • British West Africa, Sanitary Officers Appointed, 33
  • Building, Loftiest Inhabited in the World, 60
  • Building Material Interests in United States, Brighter Prospects, 579
  • Building Progress in the United States, 402
  • CALCIUM Chloride, Properties and Value, 319
  • Cyanamide Manufacture in Europe, 382
  • Cyanamide, to Render Inoffensive, 269
  • Canadian Cement Industry, 319
  • Canadian Immigration, Decrease from Ocean Ports, Increase from United States, 423
  • Canal at Leipzig, Projected, 111
  • Canal and River Ports for Lyons District, Opposition by Railway Company, 395
  • Canals, Royal Commission Report, 165, 191, 423 Carborundum, Thermal Conductivity of, 702 Case-hardening Power of Gases, 217
  • Castings, Cause of Blow-holes, Shrinkages, &c.. 269
  • Cement in Denmark, Exported instead of Imported, 61
  • Cement from Furnace Slag Waste, 345
  • Ceylon Gem Mines, European Syndicate to Control, 243
  • Charco, New Fuel, 540
  • Chicago Lighting Experiments, 217
  • Chilian Seaport Projected at San Antonio, 61 Chimney in Montana, Tallest in the World, 217 Chinese Machinery Imports Increasing. 33 Cinchona Factory in Bengal, Output, 534
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Programme. 431
  • Clays, Plasticity Tested by Dye Absorption, 529 Clock to Show Time all over the World, 243 Clyde Engineers’ Demands, 61
  • Belgium Collieries, New Shaft Sunk, 423 Bituminous Coal, First Mined in the United States, 269
  • Spontaneous Combustion of,
  • Causes Loss of Steamship, 334
  • Briquette, Coal, Installations Pronounced a Failure in United States, 10
  • Coal Cutters, Electrical -versus Compressed Air, Rival Progress, 369
  • Dust Explosion Statistics, 295
  • Exports to Italy, British, 87
  • Handling by Hand in a Paper Mill, David Gaehr, 663
  • Output in the Midlands, Eight Hours Act, Electricity in Mines, Committee of Inquiry, 269, 319, 462. 477
  • Fire in Coal Mine Checked by Concrete Wall, 555
  • Foreign and Welsh Coalowners, 377
  • Hull Coal Traffic, 74
  • Indo-China Mines, Successful, 529 Labour Troubles at Welsh Collieries, 380 Sicily’s Imports of British Coal, 319
  • South Wales Coal Conciliation Board, Labour Demands Withdrawn, 503
  • Yorkshire Colliery Closed because of Strike, 330
  • New Colliery Opened, 430 Turbo-compressors for Collieries, 345
  • CO-PARTNERY Shipbuilding Yards and Production, 689
  • College, Imperial, of Science and Technology, Lectures on Aeronautics and Scholarships, 651
  • New Technical, for Y.M.C.A., 41 Compressed Air, Perils of Divers and Workers in, Leonard Hill on, 555
  • Concrete for Bridges up to 60ft Span, 87 Caisson, Difficulties of Vertical Sinking, 139
  • Columns, Reinforced, for New General Post-office, Interesting Tests, 635 Construction, Reinforced, F. A. Macdonald, 579
  • Ferro Bridge, Largest in the World, 319 Ferro, Examples of Rigidity, 319 New and Old Bonding, 165; Another Method, 635
  • Platforms to Replace Wooden, Central London Railway, 395
  • Poles of Hexagonal Shape, 503 Proportions for Greatest Density, To Determine, 477
  • Reinforced, Experiments with Transverse Ties, &c., 423
  • Reinforced, for Prison Cells, 345 Reservoirs, Accidents to, 87
  • for Crude Oil Storage, 451 Sheathed Timber Pile Construction in San Francisco, 319
  • and Steel, Tests by Professor Kirsch, 451
  • Switchboards, 341 Telegraph Poles, Extended Use, 111, 451
  • Wall placed in Position by Aiken ‘ ‘ J ack ” System, 191
  • Wall, Reinforced, New Type, 702 Condensing Arrangements at London Power Station, Defective, 395
  • Cooling by Steam-heating Coils in New York, A. M. Feldman, 191
  • Copper, Gold and Silver, Reported Discoveries in the Fiji Islands, 10
  • Copper Mining Projected in China, 33
  • Copper Sheets, Heat-transmitting Properties, Tests at Worcester Polytechnic, U.S.A., 579
  • Corrosion Prevented by Coal Tar Pitch Coating, 243
  • Cotton-seed for Gas Generating in Nigeria, 605 Coventry Engineering Society, 473 Crude Oil Storage in Concrete Reservoirs, 689 Crystal Palace Engineering School, Awards for Papera, 676
  • Crystal Palace Old Students’ Society Annual Dinner, 428
  • DAIMLER Motor Car Works, 590
  • Dam Across Lyari River for Sind Irrigation, 605 1
  • Collapsible Steel in Utah, 605
  • Damming of Niagara to Raise Lake Erie Level, 61 Dartmouth, Royal Naval College Examination,185 Daylight-saving in Cincinnati, 61
  • Directory of Contractors and Public Works Annual, 1909, M. Sharpe, 20
  • Dock, Dry, for Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, 345
  • Floating, for Christiania, 61
  • at Immingham, Admiralty and Great Central Railway, 111
  • at Renfrew, Proposed Scheme, 111
  • at Southampton, London and South-Western Railway’s Change of Plan, 503 Docks, New Scottish, at Leith and Burntisland, 242
  • Doakin, Bryan, Research Fund, 605 Drainage, Main, Extension in London, 176 Dredge, Hydraulic, for Land Reclamation, Rapid Work at Bombay, 369
  • Dredger Leviathan, Mersey Bar Improvement, 61 Dredgers and Hopper Barges for Singapore and Para, 306
  • for Tin Recovery in New South Wales, 111
  • Dredging Plant for Port of Para, Lobnitz, 213 Drilling Slate and Marble, 2 9
  • Dust Prevention by Oil Sprinkling, 319—see also Roads
  • EARTHQUAKE in Calabria, Escapes of Houses, 655
  • Earthquakes and Concrete Buildings, Expert Japanese Opinion, 663
  • Echoes in Great Halls, Experiments to Avoid, 87
  • Economisers in Tower Plant Operation, 512 Education of Engineers, 69

Electrical Matters;

  • Accident through Fall of High Tension Wire near Lake Como, 217
  • Accident on Wolverhampton Tramoar, 555 Accidents, Treatment for Electric Shock. 303 Accumulators, Life of. Record Instance, 38 Alternating-current Circuits, J. B. Taylor, 139 Aluminium versus Copper as Conductor, 295 Ammeters and Voltmeters, Standard Specification, 395
  • Australia’s Electrical Enterprise, 477
  • Baku District Needs Electrical Equipment, 635
  • Bavarian Water Power Concession, Postponement of Government Consent, 10
  • Brazil, Extensive Use of Hydraulic Power for Generating Electricity, 111
  • Central Station in East Friesland ; Peat as Fuel, 635
  • Christiania Power Station, Turbines by Esheher Wyss and Co., 403
  • Chungking Electric Light Company Extending Operations, 33
  • Commutators of Dynamos or Motors ; Method of Glazing, 423
  • Grooved, and High-grade Carbon Brushes for American Railway Companies, 450
  • Concrete Switchboards with Compartments for Instruments, 341
  • Edison Central Station, Chicago, Operating Cost, 579
  • Electrical Drive for Steam Shovels and Dredgers, 295
  • Engineers, Institute for South Africa, 111
  • Engineers (London Division) Annual Dinner, 662
  • Furnaces in Norway and Sweden, 243
  • Instruments, Source of Error in, 269
  • Lighting Acts, 1882 and 1888, 69 Lighting and New Metallic Filament Lamps in Sheffield ; Temporary Loss, 383
  • Machine, Steinmetz Patent, 635 Plants for Farm Use, 689 Power Station Regulations, 191 Shock, Treatment for ; Wall Card Instructions, 303
  • Traction’s Slow Growth in the United Kingdom, 295
  • Units and Standards, International Conference, 689
  • Water Power Stations in Italy, 87 Electricity for Agricultural Purposes, Experiments, 663
  • Output at Manchester, 10
  • Supply to Isolated Power Users ; Comparative Cost of Public and Private Supply, 319
  • Electrolysis in Water Mains, Investigations at Winnipeg, 191
  • Electrolytic Hydrogen Plant for Balloon House in Nebraska, 243
  • Electrophone Conveys Lord Rosebery’s Speech from Glasgow to London, 332
  • Energy Consumption in Electrical Traction Tests, 343
  • Field Coils, Impregnation of New and Old, Recommended, 477
  • Furnaces, Electric, Increase in Number and Capacity, 451
  • Gas-light Motor an Impossibility, 332 Generating Plant on Colorado River, 395 Generation, &e., of Energy, Home-office Regulations, 403
  • Germany, Electrical Industry in. Consular Report, 315
  • Grinder for Electric Rails, 191
  • Hailstorms and Electricity, Experiments, 295 High-tension Electric Lighting Plants for Germany, 295
  • Hydro-Electric Plant in Utah, Telluride Company, Water for Irrigation, as well as for Power, 165
  • Soheme.s in Mexican Mining District, 395
  • Incubators, Bacteriological, Heated by Electricity, 369
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers—see Associations, &c.
  • Insulation to Prevent Loss of Current, 369 and Rubber Substitutes, 345 Invention to Prevent Fraud in Credit Notes, &o., 369
  • Kobe District Trade and Navigation, Electrical Machinery, Keen International Competition, 10,
  • Leakage of Electric Current, 295
  • Leolanoh4 Battery, Improved Type Patented in France, 451
  • Lighting, Electric, for Suez and Port Tewfik, 269
  • Load on Shunt-wound Direct-current Motors
  • 395
  • Long Distance Transmission on Overhead Lines, Marchant and Watson, 663
  • Magnet Coils and Heat Dissipation, 477 Magneto Machine, High-tension, Model, 172 Mines, Electricity in. Committee of Inouirv. 269,319,462,477
  • National Electrical Manufacturers’ Association, Committee Meeting, 584
  • Observatory and Tramways, Astronomer- Royal’s Objections, 603, 529
  • Oils for Insulation, Method to Remove Water. 529 ’
  • Peat for Generating Electricity, Works in Germany, 210
  • Power, Cost of, Stott, 33
  • Costs for Factories, F. W. Ballard, 663 Propulsion of Naval Vessels by Electricity, W. L. R. Emmet, 579
  • Report on Electrical Machinery Breakdowns, Longridge, 306
  • Resistence Measurement, New Method, 369 Salonica Electric Lighting Installations, 369 Servia’s Electrical Industry, 165 Single-phase Induction Motor, Self-starting.
  • New Patent, 689
  • Solar Electric Generator in United States, 10
  • Steel Works, Electrical, in Norway, 555 Stourbridge Lighting Bill, 188 Sub-station, Electric, and Noise Nuisance, 295 Switches, Tell-Tale, to Prevent Accidents, 689 Telegraph and Telephone Cables, Propagation of Electric Currents in, &o.. Advanced Lectures by Professor Fleming, 585
  • Testing Coils for Dynamo Airgaps, 635
  • Thury Direct-current System: Success and Developments, 330
  • Transformer, Oil, Explosion, 170
  • Turbo-compressors for Collieries, 345 Turbo-generators and Carbon Brushes, 345 Turbo-electric Drive for Marine Propulsion, Proposition to United States Navy, 319, 345 Unemployed Electrical Plant, Methods of Economy Proposed, 529
  • Valves, Stop. Electrically Operated, 635
  • Volt Scale Meter, 165
  • Water Power in Portugal, 10
  • Wave Lengths of Generators, 395
  • Winter-Eichberg Motor, Dr. Gisbert Kapp on, 555
  • Woolwich Electric Light Failure, 555
  • EMBANKMENT made by Hand Labour, 395 Engineering Works, Discussion of Area Required, G. H. Gibson and A. Home-Morton, 217
  • Engineers, Mercantile Marine, Board of Trade Examination, 16
  • in the Navy, Admiralty Regulations, 33
  • Wages in Manchester, 332
  • Exhibition, Aeronautical at Frankfort, Prizes Offered, 61
  • Engineering and Allied Trades at Manchester, 1911, 560
  • Franco-British, Souvenir Album of North-East England Manufacturers at, 95
  • International Agricultural at Buenos Aires, 10
  • International Labour, in Turin, Invention Prize, 295
  • Japan-British, 1910, 280, 618 Machinery, in Manchester, 622 Physical Society, 502
  • Scientific, at Westminster, 60, 353 Scottish National, at Glasgow, 400 Explosion at Gunpowder Factory, 356 at Gunpowder Factory, Derbyshire
  • Inspector’s Report, 451
  • Explosions Caused by Gas Engine Silencers, 269
  • Explosive for Blasting, British Invention, Tested at Panama, 503
  • Explosives Factory near Rosyth, 243
  • FACTORIES, Electro-Chemical, in Belgium, 555 and Workshops Report, Prohibition of White Phosphorus Matches, 89
  • Falmouth as a Naval Station, 191
  • Filey, Heavy Fall of Cliff, 243
  • Finsbury Technical College, Programme, 431 Fire Alarm by Telephone, 511
  • Installation, High-pressure, Merryweather, 618
  • Station at Charlton, Motor Equipment, 499 Fishguard as Port of Call for Cunarders, 217 Fishing Nets Dyed Blue, 61
  • Fleet-street and Bishopsgate-street Widening Schemes, 191, 423
  • Fly-wheel Failures, 605
  • Folkestone-Boulogne Route, Improved Service, 87
  • Forestry in Italy, Vigorous Policy in Progress, 451
  • Forests and Forestry in Germany, 451
  • Founders’ Company Exhibition and Competition, 573
  • French Chamber of Commerce Report, Trade with England, 646
  • Furnaces, Electric—see Electrical Matters Furness, Sir Christopher, and Trade Prospects, 578
  • GAS and Electric Motors to Replace Steam Power for United States Steel Corporation, 319 Lamps, Automatic Extinguishing of, Proposed Trial at Newcastle, 33
  • for Lighting, Who First Extracted it from Coal, 72
  • Liquefaction in the Linde or Hampon Apparatus, Discussion on Cooling, 529 Making in a Colliery Centre, Disadvantages, Financial Position, 239
  • Vertical Retorts in, 508
  • Producer Tests, Accuracy Questioned, 579 German Imports of British Steam-driven Tractors, 663
  • Regard for Atmospheric Conditions, 477 Glasgow to Edinburgh Underground Telegraph System, 683
  • Quays and Harbour Facilities at, 408 Glass to Resist Sudden Changes of Temperature, 579
  • Gold Output in the Transvaal, 503
  • and Silver Export Tax in Mexico, 477 Grape Vines and Insect Pest, Successful Method of Destruction, 529
  • Graphite Discoveries in Africa, 269
  • Grinding of Metals, Home-office Regulations, 529
  • HANGO Harbour, Finland, Extensions, 178
  • Harland and Wolff’s Canadian Works, 406
  • Harris Level, Merryweather, 674
  • Heating and Domestic Engineering, Trade Dispute, 644
  • Hopper Barges and Dredgers for Singapore and Para, 306
  • Hull and Humber Land Defences, Naval and Military Commission to Inspect, 61
  • ILLUMINATION of New York during Hudson-Fulton Celebrations, 139
  • Imperial Chemical Institute for Germany, 663 India and Burma and Telegraphic Improvement, 61
  • India, Purchase of Government Stores, 87 India-rubber, Substitute for, 87
  • Indian Meteorological Department, Work of, 605 Indian Soils and Purification of Sewage and Sullage, 529
  • Indo-Cbiua Minerals and Coal Deposits, 529 Industrial Advantages of North-East England, 280
  • Ink in 11 B.c._, 605
  • Invention Prize at Turin International Labour Exhibition 295

Iron and Steel:

  • Cast Iron Pipes, Engineering Standards Specification, 106
  • Chrome Iron Deposits, Quebec, Report^ 395
  • Electric Smelting of Iron Ore ; Swedish Government Commission on Qaestion of Provision of Capital for Experiments, 4/7
  • Smelting Plant, First Large, for Canada, 395
  • Electrical Steel Works in Norway, 555 Galvanised Iron, Persian Imports from United Kingdom, 395
  • High-speed Steels from Ferro-Tungsten, 87 Hysteresis of Steel, Apparatus for Testing, 345 Ingot, Steel, Output in France, 529
  • Iron Industry in Brazil, 395
  • and Steels Exports by Great Britain, 33, 165, 369, 503
  • and Steel Imports and Unemployment, 605 Magnetising Tests on Iron and Steel, 111 Nova Scotia Iron Ores Report, 122 Pig Iron Electrically Produced, 503
  • made in the Electric Furnace, First in United States, 369
  • Rolling Mill Output of the United States, 395 Smelting Works for Scrap Iron in the Transvaal, 319
  • Steel, Electric Furnace, Method of Improving, 61
  • Tests by Marine Department of Board of Trade, 33
  • Trust and Private Firms ; Trade Agreement, 423
  • Swedish Iron Ore and Electric Smelting, 191. 217
  • United States Tariff on Steel, 95
  • Vanadium Discovery in Pennsylvania, 423 Steel for Plating American Dreadnoughts, 87
  • IRRIGATION by Electrical Pumping on Large Scale in Texas, 191
  • JAPANESE Harbour for Coal Export, 191
  • Japan’s Increased Machinery Trade, 111
  • KERTCH-YENKALE Channel from Black Sea to Sea of Azov Dredged, 139
  • King’s College (University of London):
  • Irrigation Works, N. F. Mackenzie, 694
  • Reinforced Concrete, Professor H. M. Wavnforth, 694
  • Single-phase Electrical Traction, Professor E. Wilson and Mr. F. Lydall, 694
  • LABOUR Exchange for Sheffield, 635
  • Lamps, Incandescent, Tests of Light Efficiency. 269
  • Mercury Vapour, Injurious to Sight, 529 Metal Filament or Arc, 635
  • Metallic Filament, Comparison between Tantalum and Tungsten, and also Carbon Lamps, in regard to Cost and Efficiency, 579
  • Tungsten, Sealed Carton for, 542
  • Lead, Smelter Production of, in United States, 165
  • Letters Automatically Registered in Germany 605
  • Lighting for the City, Gas or Electricity, 139
  • Municipal and Private Companies, 605
  • Lightning Arresters, Aluminium, 269
  • Lignite as Fuel in Generating Stations in Germany, 165
  • Liquid Gas from Crude Oil. Swiss Experiment 87 Lloyd’s Register—see Ships
  • Loads on Tackle, Illustrative Diagram, Davey, 15 Loch Tarbert Shipway and other Improvements, 555
  • Longridge’s Report on Electrical Machinery Breakdowns, 306
  • Lung Diseases among Sheffield Grinders, Dr. H. Scurfield, 139
  • MACHINERY Imports and Exports, Statistics, 217
  • Magnetic Storms, Discussion between Sir Oliver Lodge and Dr. C. Cfaree, 451 and Solar Influence, 503, 579
  • Magneto Machine, High-tension, Model, 172
  • Manchester, Paving Experiments, 139
  • Manchuria, Projected Port at Halutao. 445
  • Massana, Suggested Improvement of Port, 451
  • Mechanical Engineering Industry Declining in Gothenburg, 345
  • Melbourne Harbour Facilities, 529
  • Mercury Output at Spanish Mine, 635
  • Mersey, Charts of the Channel, 139
  • Messina’s Slow Reconstruction, 10
  • Metal Articles, Hollow, Need of Care as to
  • Presence of Water in Heating, 33 Babbitt, Mixture for, 319 Cutting by Oxhydric Process, 61 Metallic Chromium as a Commercial Article, 33, 243
  • Metals, Transparency in, 87
  • Meteorological Investigations into
  • Climates, 451 Report for 1908-9, 213 Committee’s Report, Use of Wireless Telegraphy, 354
  • Metric System for China, 635
  • Mica Output of the United States, 111 Micro-photographic Experiments, 635 Milk in Paper Bottles, 423
  • Milking Machines in Australia and Denmark, 61
  • Mines and Minerals:
  • Asia Minor and Mining, 477
  • Bolivian Mining Machinery and Tin Production, 165
  • Corean Mining Industry Statistics, 423 Electricity in Mines, Committee of Inquiry, 269, 319, 462, 477
  • Machine Mining in South Wales, S. Mavor, 555 Mine Inspectors Reports in United States, 345 Minerals, Asterism ” in, 319
  • Mining Dangers and United States Legislation, 503
  • and Metallurgy Congress at Dusseldorf, 111, 243
  • Nova Scotia Iron Ores Report, 122
  • Swedish Mining Progress, 579
  • Transvaal Mines Department, Statistical Report 87
  • MONOPLANE, New Type, J. Neale, 111 Montevideo Port Improvements, 61
  • Morse Alphabet, How to Learn, Lake, Sison and Brown, 674
  • Motor Car Imports and Exports Increase, 689 in the United Kingdom Decrease, 423
  • Increase in France, 663 Industry in United States, Record Advance in a Decade, 48
  • Cars and Bicycles, Italian Imports and Exports of, 369 in Spain, Chiefly French, 33
  • Chassis and Engine Support, Diversity of Systems, 529
  • Horns, Test, 555
  • Inspection Car for Road or Railway, 203 Light Running, for United States Military Purposes, 116
  • Pumps to Deepen Water in London Docks, 529
  • Spirit Storage at Portishead, 111
  • Vehicle, Industrial, Industry in France, Statistics, 243
  • Vehicles in the Lyons District, Commercial Vehicles Replacing Pleasure Car8,451 Mozambique Supplies Native Labour for Transvaal Gold Mines, 10
  • NAPLES, Industrial Activity of, 369
  • Natural Gas at Chittagong said to have been on Fire for Centuries, Suggested Extinction and Utilisation, 10
  • Naval Establishments in British Possessions, New Bill, 217
  • Firing by Night, Efforts to Improve, 61
  • Navvies, Steam, at Panama, 605
  • Nitrate Discovery in California, 503
  • of Soda as a Fertiliser in Canton, 702
  • Nitrates, Artificial Manufacture, 165
  • Nitrogen Recovery from the Atmosphere, 243 North British Locomotive Company’s New Offices, 291
  • North Sea, Hydrographical Survey Report, 503
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute Aeronautical
  • Engineering Course, 69
  • Norway, Emigration to America, 61
  • OBSERVATORY 14,000ft. above Sea Level, Mount Whitney, California, 369
  • Odessa and British Trade, Poor Prospects, 369 Oil Engine Ignition Plug, 377
  • Output of the United States, 111 Storage in Concrete Reservoirs, 451 Transformer Explosion, 170
  • Oils, Lubricating, Tests of, 345
  • Old Tin Cans Source of Municipal Profit, 423
  • Ore, Gold and Silver, Treated by Cyanide to Avoid Transport Expenses, 423
  • Orkney Islands Naval Base, 503
  • Osaka Underground Temperature Analysis, 477 Overhead Wire Transmission, Troubles in Welsh Collieries, 451
  • Overtime Payments at the Admiralty, 451 Osborne, Cadetships for, 190
  • Oxygen Generators for American Miners, 61 in Mars, 295
  • Oxy-hydrogen Blow Pipe Utilised to Cut Piston-rod, 217
  • PACKING, Cocoanut Cotton Waste for Flower, 509
  • Paint as Disinfectant, 217
  • Painting a Cement Wall, 477
  • Steel Sheets while Hot as Method of Preserving Metal, 87
  • Panama Canal Progress, 61, 689
  • Paper Mill at Chinan, German Machinery, 33 Patent Act, New, Working and Suggested Modification, 635
  • Law in Austria, 87 British, Effect on German Tralfrs, 87
  • Patents Bill, Australia—see Australia Briiisb, Statistics, 217
  • Peat Bogs of Sweden, Supply Statistic^, 139 Fuel Experiments in France, 33
  • Sweden, 165, 555 for Generating Electricity, Works in Germany, 210
  • Process to Separate Water, 61 production in Sweden, Rising Cost, 477
  • Pelton Wheel for Power in Quartz Mining, Troubles and their Cause, 191
  • Petrol in Sewers, Dangers of, 451
  • Petroleum as Disinfectant in Plague, 503 Industry of Roumania, Unfavourable Position, 345
  • Phosphorus in Bronze. 369
  • Photographic History of Canada’s Progress, 111 Photographs by Telegraphy, New System, 243, 579
  • Transmitted to any Distance by Telegraph, Telephone, or Wireless, 579
  • Pipes, Cast Iron, Engineering Standards Specification, 106
  • Platinum as a By-product in British Columbia, 61 Soldering, 395
  • Polar Expedition, Projected, 61
  • Pope, B. B., Death of, 153
  • Port of Musel Improved by Dredging, 319
  • Portland Cement Manufacture and Testing, J. G. Smith, 663
  • Portsmouth Harbour Defence Experiments, 87 Postal Electrical Engineering, Change in the Midland District, 369
  • Pulleys, Cracked Iron, Repair by Local Heat, 139
  • Palp Wood Consumption in United States, 139 Pyrometer, F^ry Spiral, 111
  • QUANTITATIVE Measurements in Connection with Radio-Telegraphy, Professor J. A. Fleming, 663
  • Quicksilver Output of Mexico, 395
  • RADIUM Discovery in Portugal, 61
  • Radium for Sale, 555 Radium in Sea Water, 295
  • Rail Bender, Motor-driven, 395

Railways and Tramways:

  • Accidents, Board of Trade Report, 217 Ada Bazaar, Call for Tramways, 395 Agricultural Lectures to Farmers, Organised by Railway Companies, 295
  • Albany and Hudson Railway : Electric Rail Grinder, 191
  • Alberta and Great Waterways Railway ; Extension to Fort Murray, 689
  • American Views of European Signalling, 61 Anglo-Visco Navarra Railway, 319 Argentine Railway Extension, 451
  • Northern Railway Locomotives; Firms’ Tenders Compared, 605 Assam-Bengal Railway Extension, Bridge Construction Delayed, 243 Rolling Stock and Increased Use of Vacuum Brakes, 635 Australian State Railway Statistics, 451 Austrian Electric Railway Conditions, 269 ^^52^^ ’ Financing,
  • State Railways to use Liquid Fuel 295
  • Automatic Coupler for Cape Railways, 555 Aynho to Ashendon Line, 477
  • Baffdad Railway Construction to Helif and Branch Line lo Aleppo, 503
  • Bahia, Brazil, Railway Report. 191
  • Ball Bearings for Car Axle Journals, Experiments on Prussian Railways, 689
  • Ballast Wagon for Ore Handling ; Trials of New Design, 345
  • Baltic Sound, Electric Railway Underneath Proposed, 689
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Rail Experiments, 243
  • Baluchistan, Railway Survey in, 269
  • Belgium State Railways Accumulator Cars, 663
  • Benadir, Projected Harbour and Railway, 451 Berlin Circular Railway Accident due to Falling Tower, 217
  • Underground Railways, Criticism of Finance, 243
  • Bilbao, Horse Tramway Concession, 503 Birmingham Tramways Extension, 165 Bolivian Railway Concessions, 217
  • Bordeaux to Toulouse Main Line Electrified, 87
  • Boston Elevated Railway Extension, 663 Bozen, Austria. Tramway Construction, 451 Brazilian New Railways, 243, 269
  • Railways in Belgian Hands, 87
  • Bridge, Railway, at 450ft. height over Sioule Gorge, France, 423
  • Raised by Breakdown Cranks.

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  • Briquettes for Locomotive Fuel. Tests, 663 Bristol’s New Railway Approach ; London and Avonmouth Connected, 477
  • British Columbia Electric Agreement, 269 Hydro-Electric Railway Projected, 61
  • Budget Exemptions and Railway Companies, 61 Cable Railway, Los Angeles and Mount Washington, 462
  • Canadian Projected Railways and Steamship Service, 529
  • Northern Quebec Railway Opened. 605
  • Pacific New Halifax Terminus, 319 Railway Circular to Locomotive Engineers, 477
  • Railway Electrification, 319 Commission Regulations to Fencing aud Gates Crossings, 217
  • Cape to Cairo Railway, Construction Work New Section, 269
  • Progress, 61, 635
  • Car Motor Brushes Soaked in Sperm Oil Prevent Chipping, &c., 689
  • Central South African Railways Engineer to Investigate American Locomotive Practice, 319
  • Centre Rails of Three-track Road Used for Up or Down Traffic, 503 .
  • Ceylon, Negombo Railway Extension, 295 .
  • Chamonix to Montanvert Rack and Pinion Railway, 369 .
  • Chicago, Electrification of Railways entering City, Question of Compulsion, 395 ; Adverse Report, 603 and North-Western Railway Motor
  • Inspection Car, 203 o j-
  • Chili Railway Contract Given to British Syndi-
  • Chilian State Railway; Proposal for Partial Electrification, 33
  • Chinese Railway Locomotive Orders, 139 Progress, 33, 139, 165,
  • 395, 529, 635
  • Railways to be Home-made, 635 Christiania and Bergen, Progress of Railway, 61
  • City and South London Railway Lift Accident, 319
  • Coin, New, Wanted for Electric Companies’ Fares, 61
  • Colorado and Southern Railway ; Steam and Electric Traction on the Same Tracks, 423
  • Colour and Climate; Yellow Chosen for Panama Railway Rolling Stock, 477
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Increased Use for Railway Work, 689
  • Congress. South American Railway at Buenos Aires, 61
  • Corea Railway Extension, 295
  • Danube to the Adriatic, Turkish Consent to Railway from Servian Frontier to Antivari, 345 Devonport and District Tramways, Interrupted Service, 529
  • Direct-current, 1200-Volt, System of Interurban Light Railways in United States, C. D. Evelett, 139
  • District Railway Service Improvements, 303 Dockhead and Greenwich Road Improvements, 529
  • Doncaster, Proposed Light Railways, 555 Dover Naval Harbour, Tunnel to Connect Railway, 111
  • Dunfermline and District Tramways, 269 Dutch East Indies, Large Locomotives for, 451
  • Earth Current Effects on Gas and Water Mains, Experiments in Germany, 689
  • East London Railway and Electrification, 139 Electric Lighting Replaces Gas on Prussian Railways, 663
  • Locomotives, Success on Prussian Railways, 477
  • Rail Grinder on Albany and Hudson Railway, 191
  • Motor Cars, Special Type, for New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, 451
  • Motor Omnibuses in Berlin, Experiments with New Type, 369
  • Railways in United States, Grooved Commutators and High-grade Carbon Brushes for, 450 and Steam Traction on in Colorado, 423
  • Traction and Energy
  • Tests, 343
  • Tramway Trolley Wire tween Putney and Hammersmith, 33
  • Tramways, Rapid Growth, 579
  • Welding of Rails Reduces Corrugation and Noise, 243
  • Working on Main Lines, Development of. Dr. Eichberg, 555
  • Electrification of Great Northern Railway (U.S.A.) Tunnel, Tests of Locomotives, 269
  • Railways, Slow Progress in this Country, 579
  • Railways in United States, Committee of Investigation, 139
  • Electrified Track Laid in Concrete, 423
  • Engine Houses and Locomotive Turntables in
  • America, 555 I
  • Erie Railway’s Solution of Heating and Ventilating Problems, 579
  • Farthing Fares on Electric Tramways, 663 Finland Railway Projects, 111, 243, 579 Fires in Arkansas Forest, Measures to Reduce, 269
  • France, Western Railway, Electrification Commenced, 165
  • French Railway Statistics, 605
  • Fresh Air Cars on the Erie Railway, 579
  • Fuel, Liquid, for Austrian State Railways, 295 ' Fuel-saving Device for Lehigh Valley Railway Locomotives, 663 !
  • Gas-driven Street Car in Philadelphia, 319 Gas Lighting and Accidents, Sleeping Cars Converted for Electric Lighting, 139
  • Ganz Steam Motor Car, Chicago Railway Remodelled, 423
  • Geneva-Lyons Route, Electric Line Opened, 451
  • German Locomotives and Railways, Diminishing Earnings, 87
  • Golders Green, Hendon, Tramways to Finchley, Opening, 663
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Battle River Viaduct, 606
  • Completion, 61
  • Proposed Electrification ; Natural Facilities, 199
  • Proposed Route, 111
  • Rapid Progress, 689
  • (Canada) Annual Photographs of Towns on its Route, 111
  • Great Central Railway, Offer of Dock at Im- mingham, 111
  • Eastern Railway Branch Line from Edmonton to Ches- hunt not to be Reopened, 689 Locomotive Department, -Staff Dinner, 590
  • Great Eastern * Suburban Stations Closed Because of Tramway Competition, 217, 369
  • Northern Locomotive Exhibits ’at Shepherds’ Bush ; Old and New Engines, 87; (Letter), 138 Railway and First-class TraflSc, 165
  • Reconstruction of Brayford Swing Bridge, 295 Extension Line, Aynho to Ashendon,477
  • New Station at Birmingham, 33 Brixham Branch Renewal of Permanent Way, 423
  • Western’s New Bridge at Gloucester, 702 Western Station at Shrubb Hill, Worcester : Improvements, 295
  • Greenwich Observatory and Woolwich Tramways, 345
  • Grimsby, Proposed Light Railway to Immingham Dock, 295
  • 7 Guadalajara-Chamela Railway, 663 Guatemala Railway Extension, 635 Hangchow Bay to Ningpo Railway,* All Made in China, 605
  • Hatfield Light Railway, 295
  • Hauenstein Railway, Busse Tunnel, Approved of by Swiss Government, 345
  • ^Heavy Goods Train Hauled by Single Locomotive. Record Experiment, 33, 87 } ’Hidalgo, Railway Extension in, 200
  • Honduras : Only Public Railway in Bad Condition ; Private Railways for Banana Transport, 199
  • Hull and Barnsley and North-Eastern Railways Agreement, 503
  • Illinois Central Railway, Reports against Electrification in Chicago, 503
  • India, Renard Train between Nagina and Bijnor, 87
  • Indian Mail and Parcel Transport, Petrol Motor Railway Vans Discussed, 243 Railway Board Report, 191 Railways, Progress in Fitting Vacuum Brakes to Rolling Stock, 423
  • Report, Lines Opened and Projected, 345
  • Rolling Stock, Orders for British Manufacturers, 477 Irish Railways, Commissioners’ Report, 423 Island, Norderney, to be Connected with Mainland by Viaduct carrying Electric Railway, 345
  • Italian Railway Electrification, Progress, 663 Railway Extension, 603 State Railways, Electrification of Heavy Gradients, 395
  • Steam Railway Concession 451 Tramway Projected, 503 Japanese Railway Development, 635 Electrification, 243 Statistics, 191 Java Tramway Extension. 396 Johannesburg Tramway Extension, 369 Jungfrau Railway Progress, 663 Kirkcaldy and Dysart Tramway Extension, 635 Level Crossings; Railway and Public Rights, 165
  • Light Railway Orders Confirmed, 61, 191, 282, 369, 529, 635
  • Narrow Gauge, Series Projected in Rhone and Loire Departments, 423
  • Liverpool Tramway Extensions, 477 Locomotive Shops, Scranton, U.S.A., Concrete Rain Gutters for, 423
  • Locomotives, Atlantic Type, for North-Eastern Railway, 111
  • Electric v. Steam, 33, 111, 269 Half-boilers ; Tests on Models, 10 London, Brighton, and South Coast, London Bridge and Victoria Electrification, 111, 369, 579 ; Effect on Telegraph and Telephone Lines, 423 ; Centre Track Question, 503
  • Rail Motor Extension, 343 County Council Tramcars, 125 Tramways Extension, 165
  • and North-Western Local Electric Line, 477
  • Loop Line Construction, 555; Cost, &c., 635
  • Proposed Record Non-stopto Birminaham, 579 Railway Widening, 482 Train Accident, 165, 191, 503 Road Station, Manchester, Improvements, 10
  • South-Western Railway Dock Changes at Southampton, 503 Extensions and Connections ,477
  • Long Island Railway Electrification, 663 Los Angeles and Mount Washington Cable Railway, 462
  • Madagascar, Progress of Railway Construction, 503
  • Magnetic Storm, Effect on Cambrian Railway, 345
  • Mechanical Stokers for Locomotives, Experiments Unfavourable, 87
  • Metropolitan Railway Automatic Signalling, 139, 369
  • Collision, 304 Through Train from Harrow to Margate, Experiment, 319
  • Mexican Company proposes Extension of Inter- Oceanic Railway, 689
  • North-Western Railway Extensions, 217
  • Pan-American Railway Opened ; Connection with Tehuantepec Railway; Projected Extensions, 87, 111 Railway Extension, 529 : Inter-Urban, 217
  • Reverts to Coal Burners owing to Failure of Oil Supply, 605
  • Railways ; New Working Proposals, 87
  • Michigan Central Railroad Tunnel, Electric Lighting and Traction, 243
  • Midland Railway, Changes and Appointments, 605
  • Heysham Electrification, Mr. Deeley’s Test Data, 139 New Line, Corridor Expresses, 33 ,
  • Mileage Computation of Railway Cars in United States, 635
  • Mono-rail Trains at 135 Miles an Hour, 295 Transport in India, Experiments, Type of Carriage, 10, 243
  • Mont Blanc Rack and Pinion Railway, Progress, 369
  • Moorgate-street Station Collision, 304
  • Moscow Circular Railway Opened and Unsatisfactory, 217
  • Motor Coaches for the North-Eastern Railway, 116
  • Moving Platform Proposed at Holborn between Central London and Great Northern and Piccadilly Railways, 10, 191
  • Natal Railway and Harbour Extension, 503 Government Loan for Railways and other Public Works, 529
  • New South Wales Statistics, 395 New York, .Central and Hudson River Railway, Extension of Electric Zone, 295 Central Railroad, Extension of Electrification Progress, 605 Elevated and Subway Railways, Traffic Records, 477
  • New Haven and Hartford Railway, Motor Cars of Special Type, 451 New Haven and Hartford Railway, Trial of Electric Freight Locomotives. 33, 111, 243
  • Steam Railways, Statistics, 451 Subway, Estimate of Material and Cost, 345
  • Terminal Station for Pennsylvania Railway, 295
  • Zealand Mountain Railway, Difficult Engineering Task, 423
  • Nicaraguan Railway Extension, 369 Nigerian Railway Baro-Kano, 111 North American Trans-Continental Railway. 87 British Locomotive Company’s New Offices, 291
  • Railway Ports at Methil and Burntisland, 319
  • Eastern Locomotives, Atlantic Type, 111 Railway Erects Water Tower at York, 319
  • Men and Sir J. Woodhouse’s Award, 605 Motor Coaches, 116 Pamphlets respecting In- d ustrial Advantages of Certain Towns, 280 Northern Pacific Railway Bridge Construction, 529
  • Timber Structures Replaced by Steel or Concrete, 579 Norwegian Railway, Christiania to Bergen, Completed, 579 Extension, 61, 579 Single-phase Electrification, 423
  • Odessa Tramways, Preliminary Difficulties, 150 Osaka Electric Railway, Progress, 10
  • Paris-Lyon-Mediterran^e Railway, Electrification Experiments, 139, 451
  • Orleans Railway, Descriptive Booklet, 70 Peat and Coal as Fuel on Railways, Experiments in Sweden, 165 ; Failure of Peat, 555 for Steam Raising in Locomotives, Failure in Sweden, 555
  • Pennsylvania Railway’s Extended Use of Concrete Telegraph Poles, 45, 111 Railway, Record Run by He*vy
  • Freight Train, 33, 87 Terminus in New York, 295
  • and Timber Planting, 111
  • Tunnel System from Harrison, N.J., to New York City, 605 Philadelphia Street Cars, “Pay Within” System, Closed Doors, Fewer Accidents, 635 Pontresina to Bernina-Hospiz Electric Railway, 139
  • Portuguese Africa, Light Railway Projected, 10 Postal Underground Railway in Vienna, 87 Pyrenees, Electric Railway System, 295
  • Rail Corrugation, German Paper on, 154 Failures in New York State, 33 Motor Service Extension on London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 343 Tests, Ferro-Titanium and Bessemer Steel, 111, 243
  • Rails, Steel, Inquiry into Physical Properties and Manufacture, 269 Titanium used for, 111. 243, 345
  • Railless Electric Trolley Cars,. Leeds Committee Report, Details of System on Continent, 10
  • Railway to Connect the Nile with Lake Victoria Nyanza, Projected, 579
  • Signal Systems and the Personnel^ 605 Rain Gutters in Concrete at Scranton Locomotive Shops, 423
  • Renard Train in India, 87
  • Returns, Official, for United Kingdom, 243 Rhodesia, Mazoe Railway, Probable Routes, 269
  • Rhfine and Loire District, Narrow Gauge Light Railway Construction, 369
  • Rio Grande Harbour Works, Railway to Transport Material, 319
  • de Janeiro, Increased Electrical Power Supply, 369
  • Pvolling Stock Equipment of the United States, 345
  • Rotherham, Maltby and Laughton Railway Opening, 488
  • Roumanian Railway Extension, 503
  • Russian Electric Tramways, Ownership, 423,433 Railway Finance, 635
  • Survey, Further Extension, 529, 579
  • St. Gothard to Basilea, Route Shortened, 345 Santa F^ Railway Company, Partial Electrification, 87
  • Shanghai-Nanking .Railway, Report, 165
  • Siamese Railway Extension Checked by Lack of Funds, 332
  • Sicilian Railways, Construction of Montallegno- Siculiana Branch, 33
  • Signalling, Automatic Block, from Atlantic to Pacific, 33, 345
  • on the Metropolitan Railway Extension, 139, 369
  • Change, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railway, 395
  • Changes at London Road Station, Manchester, 10
  • Continuous Automatic Block, System in the United States, 10 and Telephonic Communication on Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 61 Signals, New Type, between Brussels and Antwerp, 645
  • Silesia, Electrification of Main Line between Lauban and Marklissa, 269
  • Singapore and Bangkok Rail Connection, 395 Sleepers for Indian Railways, Experiments with Varieties of Timber, 605
  • Sliding Embankment Remedied by Tunnelling, 477
  • South Australian Railway Extension, 635 Report, 663 Survey, 87
  • Eastern and Chatham Railway, Fall of Railway Bridge, 446
  • Indian Railway, Shops at Trichinopoly, 243
  • London Elevated Electric Railway, 579 Spanish Railway Concession Applied for, 33 Extension, 61
  • Steam Railway Electrification, Subject of Study by New York Railway Club, 10
  • Steel Girders and Brick Masonry to Replace Timber Bridges on Burma Railways, 689
  • Trestles already Replacing Timber on New Railway in America, 61
  • Street and Interurban Railway Statistics, United States, 451
  • Submarine Railway between Sweden and Copenhagen, 269
  • Suburban Lines, Electrification too Costly except for Very Dense Traffic, 689
  • Survey for Railway along the Black Sea, 319 Swedish Experiments on Fuel Value of Peat and Coal for Railways, 165
  • Railway Finance, Narrow and Standard Gauges Compared, Statistics, 139, 165
  • Swiss Railways, New Line, Ebuat to Nasslau, 327
  • Sydney Suburban Lines, Electrification to be Completed, 369
  • T-rails for Tract Construction in Paved Streets. 615
  • Teetas River Bridge on Assam-Bengal Railway Extension, 243
  • Telephones for Train-despatching in America, 295
  • Trackless Trolley Car, Proposed Service through Blackwall and Rotherhithe Tunnels, 451
  • Trolley System, Parliamentary Refusal of Consent, 635 Tramway to Clapham Junction, vid Wands- worth-road, 319
  • Tramways in Dairen, Rails and Cars Supplied by United Kingdom, 635 and Speed Register Devices, 369 at Woolwich and Royal Observatory, 503. 529
  • Trans-Andine Railway Tunnel Pierced, 579
  • Australian Railway, Favourable Surveyor’s Report, 423
  • Siberian Railway, Second Track, American Efforts to get Contract, 555 Transvaal Railway Extension, 61, 217 Tree Planting on American Railways, 61, 111 Turbo-Alternator, 3000-K.W., for Glasgow Tramways, 61
  • Turkey Consents to Railway from Danube to Adriatic, 345
  • and Greece, Railway to the Pirasus, 111 Turkish Pailway Construction in Armenia and Kurdistan, Concessions Sought by America, 243
  • Turntables for Heavy Locomotives in India, 605 Underground Postal Railway in Vienna, 87 ValtelHna Three-phase Railway and Neighbouring Telegraphs, 663
  • Watford Station, Improvements Projected, 319
  • Western Australia, Railway Progress, 403 Winter-Eichberg Motor for Railway Work, 555 Wolverhampton Electric Tramways Accident, 555
  • Woolwich Tramway Electrification, Overhead System, checked by Greenwich Observatory Risks, 345
  • REDUCTION Gear for Turbine Driven Marine Engines, 423
  • Re-Joresting Experiments by United States, 33, 42
  • Renfrew, Proposed Graving Dock, 111 Reservoirs, Reinforced Concrete, Accidents to, 87
  • Rifles, Automatic, Exhaustive Trials, 503 River Pollution, German Regulations, 689 Rivets, Resistance of. 111
  • Road, Chert, with Bituminous Binder, 295 Experimental, atTrnro, Resilient, Mud and
  • Dust-proof, 689
  • Paving in Paris with Special Timber, 217 Roads, Advantages of Calcium Chloride as Dust Preventive, 319
  • Dust Preventives and their Results on Rivers, 278
  • Roadways, Covering of Rubber Asphalt, 295 Rosario, Consular Report on Trade of, 358 Rosyth Naval Base Contract, Questions in House of Commons, 29
  • Progress, 319 Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Examination, 185
  • Osborne, 190
  • Rust Disappearance Due to Concrete, 139
  • Rust-preventing Coating for Iron, 111
  • SALT Pan Industry in South Africa, 689
  • Sanitary Works in Buenos Aires, 191 Seismometers, Characteristics of, 33
  • Sell’s Dictionary of the World’s Press, 104 Semi-precious Stones, Trade in Germany, 87 Sewage Purification by Indian Soils, 529 Sewerage at Salt Lake City, 225
  • Sheffield, Master Cutler, 380
  • Trade with the United States, 382 University, Appointment, 662
  • Ships and Shipping* Matters:
  • Ancona as Naval Base for Large Italian Battleships, 345
  • Argentine Gunboats Panama and Rosario, 61 Austro-Hungarian Dreadnought, the First, 295
  • Bellona and Vanguard, H.M.S., Trials, 503
  • Bonetta and Albacore, H.M. Destroyers, Test Results, 111
  • Brazilian Destroyer Parahyba, Full-speed Trials, 61
  • Brazilian Destroyer Santa Catharina, 451
  • Bulkhead Testing in Naval Ships, Admiralty Reply, 191
  • Carnegie, Magnetic Survey Yacht, 165
  • Carnegie, Magnetic Survey Yacht, Details of Construction, 579
  • Collingwood, H. M. Battleship, Armament, 629, 605
  • Cruiser, New Super-Invincible Type, 269 Cunard Sailings to Fishguard, 635
  • Cunarder, The New, Unfounded Rumours, 239 Cunarders Bought for Breaking up, 524 Destroyers, Delay in Delivery, 191
  • Old, Relegated to Subsidiary List, 579
  • Dreadnought Fleets of Austria and Italy, Construction Bases, 451
  • Dreadnoughts, This Year’s World’s Output, 423
  • Electricity, Applications of, to Propulsion of Naval Vessels, W. L. R. Emmet, 579
  • First Dreadnought, An American Claim, 696
  • Forced Draught on Board Ship, 269
  • French Destroyer Chasseur’s Trials, 139 German Battleships Nassau and Westfalen, Trials, 477
  • Dreadnought Westfalen, Trials, 395 Dreadnoughts, Progress, 111 Warships, Rapid Progress in Construction, 529
  • Holland-American Liner Nienw Amsterdam. 685
  • Indefatigable, H.M. Armoured Cruiser, Building Progress, 61
  • Cruiser, and other Warships, 269
  • Kingfisher, H.M.S., Gun-laying Test and World’s Record, 139
  • Lloyd’s Register, New Chairman, 475 Returns, 61 Scholarship, Award, 190
  • Londonderry Steamship, Burning and Loss of, Board of Trade Inquiry, 334
  • Navies of the World, Report on Tonnage, 162
  • Nubian, H.M.S. Destroyer, and her Sister Ships, 239
  • Record Renewal of Ship’s Bronze Propeller, 651
  • Russian Squadron to Visit Plymouth, 423
  • Sailing Ships’ Depreciated Value, 191
  • Shipping of the United Kingdom, Statistics, 243
  • Star Steamship Engines, Record Speed in Refitting, &c,. 403
  • Steel Steamer Building at Nova Scotia, New Departure, 111
  • Submarine Engine Tests. Ill
  • Submarines and Safety Helmets, 111
  • Torpedo Craft Hull Plating, Drill Tests, 111
  • Turbo-electric Drive for Marine Propulsion, Proposition to United States Navy, 319, 345
  • United States Battleship North Dakota, 605, 62y
  • Dreadnoughts Plated with Vanadium Steel, 87
  • First Dreadnought, Delaware, 461
  • Navy, Yearly Steaming Contests, 33, feo
  • Warship with Turbo-electric Drive, Professor Fessenden’s Suggestion, 319
  • Warships Repair at Devonport, 529
  • Wreck of the Ellen Vannin, 605
  • Wreck Statistics for 1908, 172
  • SILIC0-MANGANE3E and Silico Chrome for Motor Car Gears and Springs, 683
  • Slag Waste used as Cement, 345
  • Smoke Abatement Appliances, Bennis, 110
  • Smoke Nuisance by Chemical Works in Staffordshire, Inquiry, 451
  • Sound, Navigation Difficulties and Project for Harbour at Elsinore, 111
  • -proof but Unventilated Laboratory, 87
  • South-Western Polytechnic Sandwich Scheme for Engineer Apprentices, 344
  • Spain, Dam Works and Irrigation, 217
  • Standard Time for Germany, Clock and Telephone Arrangement, 395
  • Status Prize—see Society of Engineers
  • Steam Shovel on Panama Canal, August Record. 395
  • Shovels and Dredgers, Motor Driven, 295 Use in Metallurgical and Chemical Operations, 87
  • ^Steelite,” New Explosive, Output in Brazil, for Blasting, 139
  • Stokers, Admiralty Regulations, 139
  • Stourbridge Electric Lighting Bill, 188 Street-lighting Experiments in Sydney, 635
  • Strikes and Lock-outs, German Statistics, 33
  • Stuffing-box Packing, R. Klinger, 586
  • Sudan Development Railways, Telegraphs, and Bridges, 165
  • Suez Canal Company’s Agreement with Egyptian Government Renewed, 423
  • Sweated Industries Exhibition at Earl’s Court. 87
  • TAXES on Petrol, Carnarvonshire Objections, 111
  • Technical Education in Burma, Conference in Rangoon, 635
  • Telegraph Cable across Forth Bridge, 319 Pole Damage by Birds, Advantage of Creosoting, 295
  • Poles of Concrete, Extended use, 111, 451
  • and Telephones, United States Returns, 395
  • Telephone between London and Copenhagen vi/l Paris, Projected, 22
  • Repeater Patent, 689 Reproduction of “ Wireless ” Signals, 477
  • Service, State, for Montevideo, 33 between Sweden and Paris viA Copenhagen, 22
  • System for Pekin, 295
  • Telephones, Automatic and Otherwise, 622 and Fire Alarm, 511 in Uruguay, 10
  • Telephonic Circuits, Inductance and Resistance, Dr. J. W. Nicholson, 10
  • Telescope for Transvaal Observatory, 605
  • Tellurium, Useless and Malodorous, 689
  • Temperature of Coal Pile determined Auger, 139
  • Textile Machinery, Motor Driven, 529
  • Thames Conservancy Improvements at Lock, 395 Floods Prevention Discussed servancy Board, 477
  • Thwaite, B. H,, Fund and Mr. Carnegie, 122
  • Timber, Commercial, Diminishing Supplies, 87 Destruction by Insects, Experiments with Preservatives in the United States, 10
  • Planted by Pennsylvania Railway, 111 Preservative, Cresol-Calcium, 586 ; (Correction), 652
  • Replaced by Iron Tubes, 139
  • Shortage and Forestry in America, 42
  • Structures Replaced by Steel or Concrete on Northern Pacific Railway, 579
  • Tin and Lead, Coating of Metals, Regulations, 165
  • Ore, Output in Malay Peninsula, 10 Plate Making, History and Development, W. E. Gray, 10, 33
  • Spanish Duty on, Refund on Tinned Food Exportation, 41
  • Titanium for Steel Rails, 345
  • Torpedo, Aerial, for Life Saving, 61
  • Torque Driving Band with Patent Fastenings, C. McD. Cheeld, 640
  • Tramways and Telephones, a Curious Accident, 319
  • Transfusion of Metal Particles by Electrical Current, 33, 243
  • Transparency in Metals, 87
  • Transvaal Machinery Inspector to Make a Tour with Mr. Harbord, 319
  • Telegraph and Telephone Service, Great Extension and Improvement, 217
  • Trieste, Prizes Awarded for Land Recovery by Removal of Stones, 451
  • Tungsten Ore in Canada, 319
  • Nova Scotia, 319 Ores, New Uses for, 191
  • Tunnelling Record in Los Angeles Aqueduct, 345
  • Turbines for Christiaina Power Plant, Escher, Wyss, 403
  • Turbo-electric Drive for Warship, Professor Fessenden’s Proposition, 319, 345
  • Turpentine from Mill Refuse, 635
  • ULTRAMARINE, Cheapened Manufacture, 165
  • University College, London : Awards, 57 ; Appointments, and Special Engineering Lectures, 199; Full Programme, 350; Professor Fleming’s Advanced Lectures on Electric Currents and Telegraph and Telephone Cables, &c., 565 of Melbourne, Appointment, 689
  • Uruguay Trade Report, Great Embankment at Monte Video, 165
  • VACUUM Vessel, Dewar’s, used in Calorimetry, 503
  • Vegetation and Climate, Investigations*, 423
  • Vienna, First Subway Projected, 451
  • - Scavenging System, 696
  • WAR Signal Station at Entrance to Belfast Lough,
  • Direct Communication with Admiralty, 477
  • Washington Aqueduct, 605
  • Water, Circulation of, in the Earth, Professor Boyd Dawkins, 679
  • Sub-surface Flow through Sand, &c., Experiments, T65
  • Subterranean, Instrument to Detect, by Sound, 503
  • Supply for the Lock Canal at Panama, J. F. Sorzano, 605

Water Supply:

  • Belgrade, 213
  • Brooklyn, 6it. Steel Main to Supplement Masonry Conduit, 269
  • Canton Waterworks, British Built, 663
  • Chilecito, South America, 295
  • Glasgow, Increased Supply from Loch Katrine, 87
  • Holbeach, 689
  • Los Angeles, Tunnelling Record in New Aqueduct, 345
  • Nice, Water Supply, Sterilised, 61
  • Palmo de Majorca, 295
  • Purification by Ozone Process to Check Cholera, 346
  • Reservoirs at Chingford and Island Barn, 579
  • Rhode Island, Micro-organisms in Filtered Water. 191
  • Taipeh, Formosa, 663
  • Zanzibar, Improvements, 363
  • WATER Tower at Arbroath, Proposal to Adapt it as Gymnasium, 603 at York for North-Eastern Railway, 319
  • Waterworks Directory and Statistics, 1909, 303
  • Wave Telegraphy in Fogs, Prussian Investigations, 663
  • Weighing an Atom, Professor Rutherford, 579
  • Westinghouse Company, Farewell Dinner, 365
  • Westminster Technical Institute, Lectures by F, Hudleston, 540
  • White Lead Ravages, Use Forbidden in France, 166
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Exhibitions, 430
  • Wind Records by Anemometer in Berlin, 295
  • Winnipeg, Population and Statistics. 243
  • Wireless Signalling for Airships, 345
  • Telegraph Station, Admiralty, at Wick, 451
  • at Bolt Head, Cost of, 243
  • at Kingston, Jamaica, 165
  • on Mont Blanc, Projected, 243 and Telephone Station for Experiments at Omaha, 451 Stations in China, 139
  • Control to be Retained by Government, 139
  • Mobile and Otherwise, Swiss Military Experiments, 555
  • on South African Coast, 243
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Bellini-Tosi System, at Brescia Exhibition. 395
  • at Copenhagen, 61
  • High-speed Automatic Transmitter, 303
  • Independent of Magnetic Disturbance, 369
  • for Lightships at Liverpool Bay, 663
  • in Massachusetts, Tests, 33 New Adaptation, 443 at Rosyth, 10 and Royal Marines, Increased Pay for Officers, 217
  • R. A. Fessenden’s Patent, Ships Position Located by, 663
  • for Steering Motor Boat, 689 and Telephony, New System, 689
  • Towers. Sags and Tensions of Guys, Coating with Ice, &c., 165
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Underground Station in Paris, 319
  • United States Naval Tower, 61
  • Women Chain-workers at Earl’s Court, 87
  • Wood—see Timber
  • Y.M.C.A., New Headquarters, 41
  • Yarn from Paper, Mills for Manufacture, 269
  • Yorkshire Enginemen’s Association, Jubilee, 436
  • ZEPPELIN Airships, Sheds and Machine Shops, Necessary Qualifications of, 403
  • Zinc Centenary and History in Silesia, 33

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