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The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1914 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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ACCIDENTS:

  • Accidents to Railway Servants. 36. 104, 129. 350
  • Carlisle Railway Accident, Report,
  • Electrical Accidents, Report by G. Scott Ram, 416
  • Empress of Ireland. Loss of. 72
  • Explosives and Accidents, 631. 530
  • Greenwich Power-house. Accident. MO»
  • Highland Railway and Cannon-street Accidents. 166
  • Loss of H.M.S. Bulwark. 613

AERONAUTICS

  • Aeroplanes and Zeppelins. 214
  • Design of Floats for Hydroplanes, G. H Millar. 36
  • Dual-engined Aeroplanes, 100
  • Engine— see also Engines and Motors Friedrichshafen Air Raid, 612
  • Hydro-aeroplane Float Design, Sopwith, British Curtiss, Grahame White, and others. 405
  • Rodman Wanamaker Transatlantic Flying Boat America. 96 *
  • Salmson Dual Aeronautical Motor, 132
  • AGRICULTURAL Engines—at« Engines Agricultural Implements at Shrewsbury, 10. 37 /6 » »
  • Agricultural Machinery at Smithfield, J. Fowler and Co.; Ransomes, Sims, and Jefferies ; J and F. Howard; Martin’s Cultivator Company, 551
  • Ahrons, E. L. on German Locomotive Trade,
  • Ahrons, E. L., on Thirty Years of Locomotive
  • Ahrons, E. L., Progress in Egypt, 499
  • Air Compressors— see Compressors
  • Air Pumps—see Pumps
  • Alcohol as Fuel in Motor Cars. 122
  • Alien Enemy, What is an ? 249, 260
  • All-metal Diving Dress. C. E. Macduffee. 554, 658
  • American Coal—see Coal Anticipations. 466
  • Antwerp Waterworks—see Water Supply
  • Armour Plate .Machinerj’—see Machine fools
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G.. Whitworth and n arshi ""
  • Arnold, J. G., on Hcudening of Steel, 677
  • As Others See Us, 393

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS SOCIETIES:

  • Association. The British;
  • Annual Meeting, in Australia, 169. 177, 216
  • Gaseous Explosions. Committee’s Report, 216
  • Stress Distribution in Materials. Presidential Address by Professor E. G. Coker, 177
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester;
  • Heat Treatment of Structural Steels in Mechanical Engineering, Harry Brearley,
  • Internal Combustion Engines from a Commercial Standpoint. J. G. Walthew, 639
  • Jigs and Jig Making, M. H. Lawrence, 688
  • Meeting at Manchester, 374 ,
  • Visit to British Westinghouse Company’s Works, Trafford Park, 374 1
  • Institute, American, of Electrical Engineers:
  • Sixty-oycle Rotary Converters, L. P. Crece- lius, 636
  • Institute, iron and Steel:
  • Parts Meeting, 132
  • Canoelinent of Meeting and List of Papers. 266
  • Institute of Marine Engineers : i
  • Gyroscopic Compasses, K. Kilbum Scott, 396 |
  • Institution of Automobile Engrlneers; '
  • Automobile Manufacturing and the War L. H. Pomeroy, 686
  • Retail Transport’ L. Clayden and H. Burchall. 524
  • Steel Makers and the Automobile Industry L. H. Pomeroy, 414
  • SCOTTISH CENTRE ;
  • Firnl General Meeting, 524
  • Institution of Civil Engineers:
  • Conversazione ; Exhibition of Engineering Models and Devices, 44 “ I
  • Pass List—October Examinations. 1914 524
  • Presidential Address, B. Hall Blyth. 438, 458, j 514 ’
  • Training of Engineers, Report of Committee 406, 417 *
  • Institution of Electrical Engrlneers :
  • Coat of Electricity. Presidential Address, Sir
  • John Snell. 433 Notionnl Service, 169
  • Power Plant Testing. W. M. Selvey, 555
  • Institution ot Engineers and Shipbuilders In Scotland:
  • Charging of Two-cycle Internal Combustion
  • Engines, Profeswr B. Hopkinton, t>7. 133
  • Design of Floats for Hydroplanes, G. H. Millar. 36 ,
  • FuUagar Engin»‘ - also Engines and Motors
  • Geantd Turbines for Ship Propulsion. W . D.
  • McLaren and G. M. Welsh, 445
  • How the Efficiency of the Scotch Boiler can be Improved, John Tait. 445
  • Influences of Varj'ing Temperature* on the Strength and other Properties of Admiralty Gun-metal. Professor* A. Campion and J. G. Longlxittom, 94
  • Joint Summer Meeting in Newcastle, 32, 65, 79. 94 ; Dinner, 96
  • Presidential Address, Dr. R. T. Moore, 445
  • Programme for Session. 445
  • Progress of Marin«» Engineering on the North- East Coast during the Past Fifteen A ears, Mr. Ross, 6<», 107
  • Protection of Battleships against Submarine
  • Attack, Professor Sir .1. H. Biles. 33
  • Recent Development* of the Hydraulic Transformer. Dr. H. Fdttiiiger, 35
  • Shipbuilding Practice of the Pre*eiit and Future, T. G. John. 35
  • Some Experiments on a Diesel Engine, u . S. Bums. 94
  • Strength of Welds by Oxy-acetylene Proees*.
  • Professor A. Campion and W. C. Gray, 94 Visits to Works, 36. 67
  • Walker Shipyard. 67
  • Warships Designed and Constructed by Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth and Co., 60 ,
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers: .
  • Audible and other Cab Signals on British Railways. 603, 608
  • Audible Signalling on Railway Trains in , Motion. W. C. Acfield, 603 E
  • Automatic Signalling on Railways, L. P. Lewis, 604
  • Balancing of Internal Combustion Engines, H. F. Fullagar, 63 {TwQ-paye Supplement, July \lth, 1914)
  • Combined Automatic Train Control and Audible Signalling System in Use on the Great Western Railway, W. A. Stanier, 609
  • Compound Articulated Locomotives, Anatole Mallet, 45
  • Development of Internal Combustion Engines for Marine Purposes, M. Drosne. 62 Electrical System of Cab Signalling on the | North-Eastern Railway, V’. I./. Raven, 609 Improvements in Motor Lorries; Self-loading, &c., Monsieur Brillid, 63
  • New Niclausse High Duty Marine Typo Boiler. Jules Niclausse. 61
  • Pumping Machinery. Thomas Hawksley Lecture. W. B. Bryan, 570
  • Recent Developments of Express Locomotives in Franco, Professeur Edouard Sauvage. 45, 53
  • Refrigeration Research Committee’s Report, 385. 390
  • Signalling on Railway 1 rains in Motion, Joint Paper by French Railway Engineers, 46
  • Signalling on Railway Trains in Motion. W. Willox, 609
  • Summer Meeting in Paris. 45, 61, 92 ; and Dinner, 63
  • The Effect of Vacuum in Steam Turbines, G. G. Stoney, 602, 521 I
  • Visits to Works, 47. 92 ’
  • Manchester Meeting, 386, 394 i
  • Manchester Meeting, 503
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Armstrong, Sir W, G., Whitworths New Yard at Walker, 67
  • Charging of Two-cycle Internal Combustion Engines. Professor B. Hopkinson. 67. 133 Design of Floats for Hydroplanes, G. H. Millar, 36
  • Influences of Varying Temperatures on the | Strength. 3:c., of Admiralty Gun-rnetal, Profe><aors A. Campion and J. G. Long- bottom. 94
  • Internal Combustion Engine. New Type of. H. F. Fullngar, 67, 179 {Two-paye Supple- mentf July \lth, 1914)
  • Joint Summer Meeting in Newcastle. 32. 66. 79, 94 : and Dinner. 96
  • Progress of Marine Engineering on the North-East Coast during the Past Fifteen Years, Mr. Koos, 66. 107
  • Protection of Battleships Against Submarine Attack. Professor Sir J. H. Biles. 33
  • Recent Developments of the Hydraulic Transformer. Dr. H. Fottinger. 35
  • Shipbuilding Practice of the Present and Future. T. O. John, 35
  • Sir Charles Parsons. Pre.<entation of the | Freedom of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 95
  • Some E.xjjeriments on a Diesel Engine. W . S. Bums. 94
  • Strength of Wolds by the Oxy-acetylene Process, Professor Campion and . C. Gray, 94
  • Visits to Works, 36, 67 (
  • Warships Designed and Constructed by Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 65
  • Institution. North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • Armstrong. Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co.’s Xow Yard at Walker, 67
  • Charging of Two-cycle Internal Combustion
  • Engines, Professor B. Hopkinson. 67. 133
  • Design of Floats for Hydroplanes, G. H. Millar, 36
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders (cffntinwd} z Fullagar Engine — aho Engines and Motors
  • Influences of Varj'ing Temperatures on the Strength. Ac., of zVlniiralty Gun-metal, Professors A. Campion nnd J. G. Lxjng- bottom. 94
  • Joint Summer Meeting in Newcastle. .32, 155, 79. 94 ; Dinner, 90
  • Progress of Marine Engineering on the North-East Coast during the Past Fifteen Years, Mr. Ross, 0<». 107
  • Protection of Battleships against Submarine Attack, Professor Sir J. H. Hiles, 33
  • Recent Developments of the Hydraulic Transformer. Dr. H. Fottinger, 36
  • Shipbuilding Practice of the Present and Future, T. G. John, 35
  • Sir Charles Parsons, Presentation of Honorary Freedom of Newcastle-upon-Tjme. 95
  • Some Experiinents on a Diesel Engine, \V. S. Bums. 94
  • Strength of Welds by Oxy-acetylene Process, Professor A. Campion and W. C. Gray, 94 Visits to ^^’o^ks, 36. 67
  • Warships Designed and Coitstructed b\’ Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co.. 65
  • Institution of Water Engineers :
  • Winter Meeting, 688
  • Society, The Faraday :
  • Amorphous Phase in the Hardening of Steels. Part Playe<l by the, J. C. W. Humfrey, 503
  • Hardening of Manganese Steel. Profesaor H. M. How© and A. G. I^evy, 603
  • Hardening of Metals, Series of Seven I’apers, Address. Sir K. Hadfield. 503
  • Summer Meetings, 72
  • AUCHTERDERRAN—Sewage Disposal
  • Automatic Devices, Inspection by, E. O. Catford. 612
  • Automatic Telephones—set Telephones
  • BALTIC Exhibition—Exhibitions
  • Barrowclough, J. C., on Scraping a 15in. Water Main at Batley, 588
  • Bath. Sewage Disposal Works at, 168. 172 Battle of the Dusts, 432
  • Battles. Naval—Naval Matter^ Battleships—set Ships
  • Bending Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Bennitt. W. B., on Rheostatio Braking. 420 Berg, S., on Railway Construction in Switzerland. 113. 141. 163. 185. 204, 227, 276, 319 {Two-page Supplemttd, AnguM ’13th, 1914) Betulander—see Telephones
  • Biles, Professor Sir J. H.. on Protection of Battleships Against Submarine .Attack, 33, 71
  • Binders, Agricultural, f Howard, J. ond F., 10
  • Blast Furnace Flue 1 Eugene B. Clark. 190
  • Blyth, Coal Shipping Facilitio at. 64

BOILERS:

  • Combined Oil Furnace. Boiler, and Drop Hammer Plant. Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, Limited. 412. 413
  • Niclausse, The New. High Duty Marine Tyjx* Boiler. Jules Niclausse. 61
  • Year's Boiler Explosions, 37.3
  • BORING Machines—sre Machine 'foots
  • Bournemouth, Undercliff Drive Extension at. 124, 128
  • Braking. Electrical—we Electrical Matters Brass. Corrosion of, ,371
  • Brearley. H., on Heat 'freatineiit of Structural Steels in Mechanical Engineering, 4 12

BRIDGES:

  • East Indian Railway Bridge over the Jumna, at Allahabad. 616
  • Highland Railway, Baddeiigorni Bridge, 582 Lotschljerg-Simplon Railway, Steel Arch Bridge over the Bietsch Valley. 649
  • Masonry Bridge over the River 'fhur. 186, 204. 227, 276 (Twti-jMtje Supplement,
  • Auguet 23th, 1914)
  • Quebec Bridge. Design nf the Main Shoes of. 627
  • Quebec Bridge. The New. Erection Equipment of, 293 {Two-jHtge Supplement. Seit- tember 2bth. 1914)
  • Quebec Bridge, The New. Superstructure of, 89, 119 (/our-fxifzr Supplement, Julu 3Ur. 1914)
  • Sum Bridge over the IX>W<T Ganges, 316, 326 Scherzer Bridge over the Pamban Cliannel.
  • U3, 150 {TwG-jtwje Supplement, Aununf 7th, 1914)
  • South Manchurian Railway Brulges, 45.3
  • BRILLIE, Monsieur, on Improvements in .Motor lorries : S<*lf-loading. ie.. »».3
  • Brilish Engineers’ .Association .Meeting at .Manchester. 578. 585; {I,s?tters). 612'
  • British and German Textile .Machinerj’, 4iU) British versus German Trade in Latin-.Ainernui 228. 251, 269. 294. 328 ; (Letter). 332
  • British Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • British Trade in the Far East, 152
  • British Trade with South /knioaca, 193 British Trade and the War, 53o
  • Bryan. W. B.. on Pumping Machinery, 570 Bucket, N.P. Pump Bucket (-ompany, 606 Bums. W. S.. Some Experiments on a Diesel Engine, 94
  • CALORIMETRY. Method of Delcnnming
  • Fatigue by. C. E. Stromeyor. 281
  • Campion, Professor A., and W. C. Gray on the I Strength of Welds by the Oxy acetylene ' Process, 94 ; (Note), 122
  • Campion, Professors A., and J. G. Longbottom on Influences of Varjdng Temperatures on ' the Strength, &c., of Admiralty Gun-inetal, 94
  • Carey Oil Transmission System. Variable Pumps and Motors, Limited. 170
  • Catalogues. 26, 56, 83, 108, 161, 430, 497, 521, 545. 594. 613
  • Catford, E. O., on Inspection by Automatic Devices, 612
  • ' Cement Making Machinery, E. Newell and Co. Limited, 477
  • Cement Making Machinery' and the War, 259 ;
  • (Letter), 346 C’ement—see also Portland Cement
  • I Chemical Trade, Our, and German Competition, 207
  • Chemical Treatment and Filtration of Moorland Woter. 183. 192
  • Chile—see Hydro-electric Plant
  • Chinese Concrete, Report on. 456
  • Christmas Fund, H.R.H. The Princess .Mary’s Sailors* and Soldiers’, 462
  • Clark, Eugene B., on Treatment of Blast Furnace Flue Dust, 190
  • Clutches. Friction, of the Split Ring Type, Design of. Win. J. Wolker, 610
  • Clyde Shipbuilding—see Ships
  • Clydebank, Filtering Plant at, 49

COAL, COKE and COLLIERIES

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  • DARLING, C. R.. oil Measurement of the Temperature of Molten Metals, Oil
  • Deeley. R. M., on The Theory of the Radiator, 7
  • Dehey. M. L., on Compound and Triple-Expansion Comprea«ied Air Locomotives, 420
  • Design of Clutches— see Clutches
  • Development and Theory of the Pitot Tube, Professor A. H. Gibson. 29, 59
  • Diesel Engines -«ce Engines
  • Diving Drt‘ss. AH-metal, C. E. Macduflee. 664. 668
  • Dock Dovolopinenl at Newport, G5
  • Duck. Gladstone, Liverpool, Diesel Pumping Plant for, 612 ; (Correction), 540
  • Docks. Alexandra, Newport, Pumping and Electrical Machinery for. 339. 348 (7*wo- pa</€ Supplemrtit, October 9/5. 1914)
  • Docks, Royal Albert—ace Pumps

DOCKYARD NOTES

  • Argentine Battleship Rivudavia. Approaching Completion, 52
  • Argentine Battleship Rivadavia. Fresh Accident and Delay in Building. 132
  • Armstrong. Sir W. G.. Whitworth and Co.’s Record Warship Building. 62
  • Austro-Hungarian Battleship Prinz Eugen and Cruiser Saida. 21
  • Austro-Hungarian Government’s Orders for Aeroplanes, 21
  • Austro-Hungarian New Battle-ships. Armament, Boilers and Turbines, 68
  • Austro-Hungarian Oil Motor Torpedo Boats,
  • Battleships Trials. H.M., 52
  • Bellcrophon and Collingwood. H.M. Dreadnoughts. 132
  • Bulkheads, Exijeriment at Lorient, 132
  • Centurion, H.M.S., Unfounded Humour, 144 Dreadnought Topmtists and Wireless Transmission. 132
  • French Battleships of the “ Bretatme ” Class, 21 *
  • French Submarine Calypso Lost, 68
  • Funnels on Warships, Changes of Design, 52 Gorman Cruiser Bluccher, Refit, 21
  • Greek Government’s Now Floating Dock, 62 Greek Purchase of /Vinorican Warships Idaho and Mississippi. 68
  • Invincible, H.M.S., Big Gun Mountings Altered from Electrical to Hydraulic Power ; also Position of Guns. 132
  • Japanese Battleship Yayeyama. 68
  • Mobilisation of British Navy, 144
  • Roumanian Programme, 68
  • Safeguard. H.M. Cruiser, 21
  • Submarines, H.M,, E 3 and E 9. 132
  • Turkish Battleships Heshadieh and Sultan Osman. Approaching Trials, 52, 68
  • Turkish and Cliilian Battleships and Destroyers Building at Armstrongs taken over by Admiralty and Renamed, 144
  • Turkish Order for Submarines, 68
  • United States Battleship North Carolina, 68 \\ arship Orders by Minor European States, 62 DREDGERS, 573, 584 (Two-page Supplement, December 18/5, 1914)—eee alec Ship.s Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools Drop Hammer Plant. Combinod Oil Furnace, Boiler and, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 412,413
  • Drosne, Monsieur, on The Development of Internal Combustion Engines for Marino Purposes, 62
  • ECONOMICS of Shipbuilding— see Shipbuilding Practice
  • Economy in Locomotive Haulage— see Railway Locomotives
  • Education of Engineer?*, Principal Garnett, 484 Education or Training. 441
  • Educational Inudligehce, 144. 292. 297, 337 346. 445, 459. 608
  • Egypt Locomotive Progress— see Railway Locomotives

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • Acccssories for Electric Vehicles, Edison Accumulator Company, 1G6
  • Accident at th© Greenwich Power-house, 687 Alexandra Docks, Newport, Pumping and Electrical Machinery for, 339, 348 (Tu/o- paye Supplement, October 9zA, 1914)
  • Arc Lamp Carbons, 303
  • Artificial Reactance, 174
  • Baker Electric Vehicles, Wolseley Motors, Limited, 455. 457 ; (Correction). 497
  • Batteries for Electric Vehicles, 194—see also Traction Batteries
  • Battery Omnibus, Edison Accumulators, Limited. 455
  • British Thomson-Houston Magneto. 284
  • Central Stations and Isolated Power Users 305
  • Commercial Vehicle Chassis, Edison Accumulator Company, 252
  • Converters, 60-Cyolo Rotary, L. P. Crecelius. 638
  • Cost of Electricity, Sir John Snell, 433, 442 Dynamo Electric Lighting for Motor Cars. A. E. Waller, 174
  • Edison Battery Truck, India-rubber, Gutta Perclia and Telegraph Works Company, 88 (Twe^page Supplement, July 24th, 1914)
  • Effects of Bonds on Electrical Conduotors, P. Jackson, 666
  • Electrical Accidents, Report by G. Scott Ham, 418
  • Electrical Industry and Foreign Trade, 611 Electric Lighting Powers, 118
  • Electric Mains Explosions, 44
  • Electrical Testing Institution, 100; (Letter), 106
  • Electric Valve, Crompton and Co., 208
  • Electric Vehicle Committee, Standard Charging Plug and Receptacle for Electric Vehicles, 296
  • Electric Vehicles, 60, 86. 166, 194, 196, 208, 262, 322. 303, 370, 384, 392, 410, 436, 454, 457 ; (Correction), 497
  • Electricity in Warfare, 238
  • Fire Engines and Turntable Ladder Wagons, Cedes Electric Traction Company, 262
  • Fram Vehicles, Vans, Refuse Carts and Wagons, 384. 392
  • Garage for Electric Vehicles, Hertford - street Motor CJomnany, Limited, 363, 370
  • Germany’s Electrical Export Trade, 215
  • Hart Batteries for Electric Vehicles, 363, 370 Heavily Loaded Electric Motor, General Electric Company, Limited, 616
  • Hydro-electric Developments in the United States. 278
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant in Chile, R. E. Graham Clark, 697, 606
  • Johnson-Lundell Serios Motor, 209
  • Load Batteries for Traction, 208
  • Lloyd Vehicle Motor and Connections, 197 London Electricity Supply, 126, 130, 442 465, 468 ; (Letter), 497
  • Mercury Vapour Hectifiors, 410
  • Minors' Electric Safety Lamps, 648 Motor for Three-Wheeler Torpedo Vehicle, 209
  • Noden Valve, 411 Oarani Lamp—eee Works Overload Detector, Electric Power Storage
  • Company, 208
  • Polarity Tester, British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 650
  • Power Plant Testing, W. M. Selvey, 555, 500 Pumping Equipment for Electric Wagons, 430
  • Rectifiers, Electrolytic and Mercury Vapour, 410
  • Rheostatic Braking, W. B. Bennitt, 420 South Shields Battery Omnibus, 455 Traction Batteries : Edison, 60, 80 ; Phoenix Accumulator Company, 190; Worsnop and Co.. 197 : Tudor, 00, 190; Exide, Ironclad Exido, 87 ; Philadelphia Thin Plate, 105; Electrical Power Storage Company, 190; Naylor Battery, 190 (Tu/o-pa^e Supplement, duly 2^th, 1914)
  • Trucks, Coni and Crane, Vans and Wagons, General V'ehiclo Company, 430
  • Trucks and Tractors for Baggage and Goods, Elwell Parker Electric Company, 322 ; (Note), 358
  • Turbo-generator, 3000 K.W., for Marylebone Electricity Works, Oerlikon Company, 284
  • Uses of Electricity Ono Hundred Years Hence. W. E. .Milns, 10
  • Vans, Electrical. Cedes Electric Traction Company, 252 ; W. A. Stevens, Limited, 262
  • EMPLOYERS’ Liability—«« Labour Employment and Short Time. 282

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • Agricultural Motor with Four-cylinder Petrol Engine, Bumsted and Chandler, 11
  • Agrimotor with Four-cylinder Petrol Engine, R. Garrett and Sons, 12
  • Balancing of Internal Combustion Engines. H. F. Fullagar. 03 (Two-pa^e Supplement^ July 11th, 1914)
  • Blackstone Oil Engine at SmithHeld, 561 Combined Engine and Pump, Wortlungton Pump Company. 663
  • Crude Oil Engine, Marshall, Sons and (3o., 11 Crude Oil Engine with Mechanical Fuel Pulveriser, Governor, and Oil Pump, National Gas Engine Company, 37, 93
  • Crude Oil Engines at Shrewsbury : Marshall, Sons and &)., 11 : Campbell Gas Engine Company ; Fielding and Platt; Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited ; Potters, Limited, 37—40
  • Developnwntof Internal Combustion Engines for Marine Purposes, M. Drosne, 02
  • Diesel Engine. H. Christoffersen, 270
  • Diesel Engine Pumping Station. Ipswich, 688 Diesel Pumping Plant—ace alao Pumps Four-cycle Hot Bulb Engine for Agricultural Work, H. Christoffersen. 270
  • Fullagar Gas Engine, 42. 60, 63, 6G, 67 ; (Note). 110 {Two-payc Supplement, July nth, 1914)
  • Gas Engine, Horizontal, for Suction Gas. Kynoch Limited, 37
  • German Trade in Internal Combustion Engines, 233
  • Hexa and Penta Marine Oil Engines, Fritz Egnell, 270
  • Horizontal Magneto Type Oil Engine. Petters and Co., Limited, 661
  • Hot Bulb Crude Oil Engine. Martin Cultivator Company, 40
  • Imperial Vertical Petrol Engines. Keighley Gas and Oil Company, 651
  • Internal Combustion Engines from a Commoroial Standpoint. J. G. Walthew. 639 Liquid Fuel Engines for Farm Work, Crossley Brothers. Limited, 11
  • Marino Diesel Engine, W. Doxford and Sons. Limited, 599 (TwO’jtaye Supplement, Deccmher 25th, 1914)
  • Modern Gas Engine Resouroh, 213
  • Motor Tractor, Saunderson and Mills, 11 Mumford ParalHn Motor. 116
  • New Typo of Internal Combustion Engine, H. F. Fullagar, 67, 79 {Two-paye Supple^ ment, July Xlth, 1914)
  • Oil Engine and Demonstration Sot. British Westinghouse Company, 11
  • Oil Engine. Portable vertical, Blucldtono and Co.. Limited. 40
  • Oil Tractor for Agricultural Work. Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 40 Parsons Marine Motor, 278
  • Portable Fire Engine, Gwynnos Limited. 49 Salmson Dual Aero-enginc, Dudbridgo Ironworks. 132
  • Schneider Diesel Engine, 62
  • Semi-Diesel Crude Oil Engines and Unitlow . Engine, Robey and Co., 12. 630 {Two^page | Coloured Supplement, December 4th, 1914) Stationary Diesel Engines. Cole, .Marchent and Morley, Limitou, 479, 481
  • Suction Gas Engine, National Gas Engine Company, 37
  • Suction Gas Engine, Ruston, Proctor and , Co., Limited, 39
  • Swedish and Danish Oil En^nes, 270 Two-cycle Hot Bulb Engines, Single and Twin-cylinder, Martin’s Cultivator Company, Limitea, 652

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines:

  • San Jeronimo, Quadruple-expansion Engines, 229
  • Single-cylinder Traction Engine, Marshall, Sons and Co., 12
  • Steam Engine, Uniflow, Robey and Co., Limited, 39, 40
  • Steam Trawler Engines, C. D. Holmes and Co.. 369
  • Superheater Steam Compound Portable Engine, Davey, Paxman and Co., Limited, 40
  • Uniflow Undertype Engine, 12, 530 {Two-pagc Coloured Supplement, December 4th, 1914)
  • ENGINEER-SALESMEN, 659 : (Letter), Engineers and the Hartlepool Raid. 610 Engineers and the Sugar Supply, 349 Engineers, Training—ace Training Engineering Progress .Abroad, 121, 189, 491 Events of the W^ok, 259 Excavator, Locomotive Steam Crane, Queensland, 330

EXHIBITIONS:

  • Baltic Exhibition at Malmo, Royal Agricultural Show at 37. 76
  • Shipping, Engineering, and 195
  • Smithfield Club Show, 551
  • EXPERIMENTS on n Diesel Engine, W. S. Bums, 94
  • Explosions, Gaseous. Report to British Association, 216
  • Explosions in Mines Committeo, Final Report, 432
  • Explosives and Accidents. 531, 536 Extended Credit—A German Policy, 274
  • FALKLANDS’ Battle— see Naval Matters Fatigue. Method of Determining, by Calorimetry, 281
  • Feed Water Handling Plant, William Boby, 341 Ferries—»ce also Ships
  • Ferry, Petrol Train, on the Ohio. 324
  • Files—see Machine Tools
  • Filtering Plant at Clydebank. 49 ; (Letter), 106 Fire Engines— see Engines, also Electrical Matters
  • Fire Pumps— see Pumps
  • Fireless Locomotive, A. Barclay. Sons and Co., 156
  • Flour Milling Machinery, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, E. K. and F. Turner, and others, 12 Flue Dust, Blast Furnace, Treatment of, Eugene B. Clark, 190
  • Flue Gases, Sampling, 555
  • Flying Boats and Machines—sec Aeronautics Foreign Markets, 327
  • Forging Preas, Tire, 2000 Tons, Davy Brothers, Limited, 539
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 24, 54, 80, 134, 268. 291, 300, 338, 346, 376, 398, 423, 451, 462, 497, 508, 532, 569, 595, 616
  • Fottinger, Dr. H., on Recent Developments of the Hydraulic Transformer, 35
  • Fottinger Hydraulic Transformer on the s.s. Konigin Luise, 249 {Two-page Supplement, September lUA, 1914)
  • Friction Clutches of Uie Split King Type, Design of, Wra. J. Walker, 610
  • Friedriclishafen—ses Aeronautics Fullagar Gas Engine—see Engines
  • Fullagar, H. F., on the Balancing of Internal Combustion Engines, 63 (Tu/o-poffe Supplement, July 17tA, 1914)
  • Fullagar, H. F.. on a New Typo of Internal Combustion Engine, 67, 79 {Two-page Supplement, July Xlth, 1014)
  • Fullarton Vibrometer, Kelvin, Bottoinlov, and Baird, 50
  • GARAGES—see Motor Vehicles
  • Garnett. Principal, on Education of Engineers, 484
  • Gas-driven Pumping Plant—see Pumps
  • Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Gaseous Explosions. Report to British Association. 216
  • Gauges. Plate. 156
  • Gauges. Railway—see Railways
  • German Colliery in Yorkshire, 445
  • German Competition, Our Chemical Trade and. 207
  • German Gun—sec War Material
  • German Metal Prices, 537
  • German Press Campaign, 267
  • German Science, 373
  • German Trade—see also Trade
  • German Trade in Internal Combustion Engines. 233
  • German Trade, War on. 194, 213, 219 ; (Letters). 308. 332, 346
  • German Trench Mortar, 470
  • German View of Latin-American Trade, 411 Germany, Age of Industrial Workmen in, 105 Germany and Austria. Competition with. 210, 261, 274. 300, 321, 362, 424 ; (Letters), 308, 332, 346
  • Germany. Competition with, in the Iron and Steel Trade. 238, 260. 272, 295 ; (Letters). 308. 332, 346
  • Gibson. Professor A. H., on the Development and Theory of the Pitot Tube, 29, 59
  • Glass, Triplex Safety, 49
  • God Defend the Right, 151
  • Grab, “ Underwood Digger,” A. L. Underwood, 603
  • Graham Clark. R. E., on Hydro-electric Power Plant in Chilo, 597, 606
  • Grande. Julian, on the Hauonstoin Base Tunnel, Switzerland, 08, 102
  • Gun-metal, Admiralty—see War Material Guns—see War Material
  • Gyroscopic Compasses, E. Kilburn Scott. 396
  • HADFIELD Research Prize. 445
  • Hadfield, Sir R.. Address on Seven Papers on Hardening of Metals, 503, 511 ; (Letters), 532, 612
  • Hadfield. Sir R., on Manganese Steel Rails, 564 Harbour Improvements. Hartlepool, 101 Hardening of Manganese Steel, Professor H. M. Howe and A. G. Ix5vy, 603
  • Hardening of Metals —see Metals, also Iron and Steel
  • Harponden, Sewage Works at, 3, 14 (Two-page Coloured Supplement, July Zrd, 1914)
  • Hartlepool Harbour Improvements, 101 Hartlepool Raid, Engineers and the. 610 Hauenstein Tunnel—see Railways, Foreign Heat Treatment of Steel—see Iron and Steel Heliodorus, Pillar of, Besnagar, India, 504 Helm Orders, 608
  • Hoe. Ivel-Bauche Motor, Ivel Agricultural Motors. Limited, 40
  • Hopkinson, Professor B., on Charging of Two- cycle Internal Combustion Engines, 67, 133
  • Houston, Dr. A. C., on Purification of Water Supplies. 395
  • Howe, Professor H. M., and A. G. Levy, on Hardening of Manganese Steel, 503
  • Howitzers—see War .Material
  • Humfrey, J. C. W . on th© Amorphous Phase in the Hardening of Steels, 503 : (Letters) 632. 612 '
  • Hydraulic Trarwfornier. Recent Developments, Dr. H. Fot linger. 35
  • Hydro-electric Development's in the United States, 278
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant in Chile, R. E. Graham Clark, 597, 606
  • Hydroplanes—see .Aeronautics
  • INDIA and Ceylon, Communication, 143. 150 {Two-page Supplement, August Uh. 1914)
  • Inpection by Automatic Devices, E. O. Catford. 612
  • Institutes and Institutions — see .Associations &.C.
  • Internal Combustion Engines—Engines

IRON AND STEEL:

  • Ainorphoua Phase in the Hardening of Steels. J. C. W. Humfrey. 503
  • Britain's Share of the World’s Steel Trade, 122 ; (Letter), 157
  • British Steel and American Competition, 602 Canadian Steel Trade, 31
  • Coal Smoke Abatement in Ironworks. 15(i Coke, Condenser Tubes and Corrosion, Arnold Philip, 375
  • Competition with Germany in the Iron and Steel Trade, 238, 260. 272, 295 ; (Letter). 308
  • End of International Steel Syndicates, 487 Hadfield Research Prize, 445
  • Hardening of Steel. J. G. Arnold, 577 Heal Treatment of Structural Steels in Mechanical Engineering, Harry Brearley, 412
  • Manganese Steel Kails. Sir R. Hadfield, 564 Steel Makers and the Automobile Industry,
  • Steel Over 2000 Years' Old from Pillar of Heliodorus. India, 504
  • Work of the German Steel Syndicate, 607
  • IRRIGATION in Sind, Dr. T. Summers, 132
  • Irrigation Work in Egypt and the Soudan. 144
  • JACKSOX, P., on Effects of Bends on Electrical Conductors. 556
  • Jigs and Jig Making, M. H. Lawrence, 588
  • John. T. G., on Shipbuilding Practice of the Present and Future, 35, 99
  • KERSHAW, J. B. C., on the Sources of the
  • World’s Copper Supplies in 1913, 364 Knock-off Pressures for Hydraulic Baling Press
  • Pumps, P. H. Parr, 155 Krupp Guns—see War Material

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • Age of Industrial Workmen in Germany, 105 Coal Trade Troubles, 44
  • Employers’ Liability for Accident Compensation, 607
  • Labour and Labour Laws, 125 Labour Troubles in 1913, 478 Unemployment in September, 349 ; (Letter) 368
  • Wages in 1913, 406
  • LAMPS, Minors' Electric Safety, 548 Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 27, 64, 82, 160, 248 291. 337, 382, 404, 423, 462, 608, 563, 695, 616
  • Lawrence, M. H., on Jigs and Jig Making, 588 Lawson, A. J., on Working of Tramways in the United Kingdom, 677, 600

LEADERS:

  • Accident at the Greenwich Power-house, Accidents to Railway Servants Inquiry, Aeroplanes and Zeppelins, 214 Anticipations, 465 Aro Lamp Carbons, 303 Artificial Reactance, 174 As Others See Us, 393 Automobile Manufacturing and the War, Batteries for Electric Vehicles, 194 Battle of the Falklands, 686 Battleships and Submarine Attack, 71 British Trade in the Far East, 162 British Trade with South America, 193 British Trade and the War, 636 Cement-making Machinery and the War, 269 Coal for tlio Enemy, 612 Coal Trade Troubles, 44
  • Continental Markets for Gas and Oil Engines, 637 ’
  • Corrosion of Brass. 371 Decline of the Sailing Ship. 393 Distant Signal Problem, 660 Dual-engined Aeroplanes. 100 Economies of Shipbuilding, 99 Education or Training, 441 Electric Mains Explosion, 44 Electrical Accidents, 418 Electrical Testing Institution, 101 Electricity, The Uses of, One Hundred
  • Years Hence. 16 Electricity in Warfare, 237 Elements of Propulsive Efficiency, 418 Employers' Liability for Accident Compensation, 607
  • Employment and Short Time. 282
  • Engineer-Salesmen. 559 I
  • Engineers and the Sugar Supply, 349 Events of the Week. 269
  • Koreim Markets, 327
  • Fron<m Railways and the War, 537 Friedrichshafen Air Raid. 512
  • German Steel Syndicat-e, The Work of the, 007
  • Government and the Railways, 303 Hardening of Metals. 511 Helm Orders, (iOS
  • International Steel Syndicates, The End of, 487
  • Labour and Labour Laws, 125 Locomotive Cab Signals. G08 London County Council Trainways, 15 London Electricity, 120
  • London Electricity Supply. 442, 405 Manufacture and Use of Explosives, 636 ^lechanicul Appliances in Coal Mines, 304 Method of Determining Fatigue by Calorimetry, 281
  • Military Rood Transport, 281 Miners and Restriction of Output, 100 Modern Gas Engine Research, 213 Need for a Board of Industry, 585
  • Panama Problems and Possibilities, Some. 161
  • Patents and the War, 194. 213
  • Portland Cement, Cost of Manufacturing, 125 Power Plant Testing, 500
  • Power Supplies. 442 Prismatic Coetlicients, 43
  • Problem of Pitwood Supplies, 237 Promotion of United States Export Trade, 372
  • Provincial Meetings, 394 Railway Problems, Some, 569 St. Lawrence Tragedy, 72 Some Coal Trade Matters, 530
  • Submarines and Ramming Tactics, 512 Submarines in War, 487
  • Summer Meetings, 72 Technical Societies and the War, 282 Trade Position. 237
  • Trade with Russia, 327, 405
  • Training of Engineers, 417 Unemployment in September, 349 United States Railway P'inance, 193 War and the British Engineer, 173 War on German Trade, 194 Warfare and Engineers, 151 Water Supplies. The Treatment of, 10 What is an Alien Enemy T 200
  • LEEDS, Sewage Disposal Work.s at, 501
  • Legal Intelligence, 370

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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  • Cement-making Machinery and the Edgar Allen and Co., 340
  • Coal for the Enemy, Hugo Vallentin, K. F. Knudsen, 505 ; A. W., 682
  • Colouring Aluminium. A. L., 340
  • Curious Proixdler Acciclent, Portwee Back, 440
  • Electrical Apparatus for Killing Insects. A. P. Welch. 332
  • Electrical Proving-house, C. H. Wordinghara, 100
  • Engineer-Salesmen, W. H. Morris, 582 Engineers and China, A. J. M. Bennett, 013 Gas Turbine, Norman Davey, 34(J
  • German Debt to Britain, F. J. K. Carulla, 582
  • German Exports to England, J. A. Smeeton, 189
  • German Trade end German Vandalism, A. S. E. Ackermann, 308
  • Government and Building Contracts. T. Donald, 340
  • Great Britain and Foreign Trade. C. H. Luke, 340 ; A. Williams Price. 308
  • Hand or Machine Firing for Internally Fired Boilers, E. R. Pearce, 582
  • Hardening of Metals, R. A. Hadfield, 532, W. H. Hatfield. 632 ; J. C. W. Humfrey, 012
  • London Electricity Supply, R. B. P., 497
  • Machinery for Distilling Wood, W. B. Haigh, Gruban and Co., 219
  • Mechanical Filtering Plant, The Candy Filter Company. Limited, lOG
  • Metric System, H. Hodges, 21 ; G. E. M. .Johnson. 64, lOG ; Good Old Foot Rule, 78
  • Midland Canard Train to Liverpool, C. W. B. Rowell, 78
  • Ministry of Commerce. Manufacturer, G12 Pernicious Practice, J. T. Wainwright, 6G5 “ Planet ’* Tvx>e Locomotive, J. H. Wright, i 4G2
  • Railways in China, Tientsin-Pukow Railway, Northern Section, T. W. T. Tuckey, .3G8 ; Your Special Commissioner in the East. 3G8
  • Shop Forging Practices, H. W. May, 219 Some Forgotten Peculiarities of Superheated Steam, C. R. King, 682
  • Steam Hammers Worked by Air, Cox and Co,, 497
  • Stranding of the ss. California, Kelvin, Bottonley and Baird, Limited. 4G2
  • Surface Combustion, zUleyne Roj'nolds, 54 The War. Charles Bright, 508
  • “ Trade War,” English Finns Breaking New Ground, L. Farmer and Son.s, 219
  • Training of Engineers. Agnus Corriente.s, M.LM.E.. 508
  • Typists and the War, 291
  • War and the British Engineer, M.I.M.E., 308, 332 ; D. A. Sherct, 332
  • War and Trade, United Water Softeners, Limited, 167 ; British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, 189
  • Wonderful Inventions, A. Oates, 21
  • LEWIS. L. P., on Automatic Signalling on Railways, 604. 608
  • Lighthouse at Cape Point, South Africa, H. C. Cooper. 144
  • Liquid Fuel Engines—see Engines Liquid-weighing Machine, Automatic, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 7G

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • British Battle Fleet: Its Inception and Growth throughout the Centuries, F. T. Jane, 467, 628
  • Buildings, Some Famous, and their Story, A. N. Clapham and W. H. Godfrey, 127
  • Calcutta, Report on the Condition, Improvement and Town Planning of the City of, E. P. Richords, 466
  • Curves of Life. T. A. Cook, 394
  • Disturbed Dublin : Story of the Great Strike of 1913-1914, Arnold Wright, 488
  • Fighting Ships, 1914, Fred T. Jane, 195, 239 Gas Turbine, Norman Davey, 329 ; (Letter), 346
  • Heat Engines, Theory of, W. Inchley, 153 High-power Gas Engines, H. Dubbel and
  • F. Weinreb, 128, 261
  • Machine Shop Work, Methods of, F. Halsey, 195, 283
  • Metallurgy of the Non-ferrous Metals. Gowland, 153, 306
  • Naval Annual, 1914, Viscount Hythe .1. Leyland. 12B
  • Physical Metallurgy, Introduction to Study of, W. Rosenhain, 419
  • Physico-chemical Theory, Application to Technical Processes, &c.. Professor Dr. R. Kremann, 239
  • Rivers, Improvement of, B. F. Thomas and D. A. Watt. 48, 73
  • Roberts-Austen : A Record of His Work, Sydney W. Smith, 163, 195
  • Steel Rails: Their History, Properties, Strength and Manufacture, W. H. Sellew, 17
  • Thermodynamics, Principles of, G. A. Goodenough, 162
  • Short Notices:
  • All the World's Aircraft, 1914, F. T. Jane, 350, 467
  • Business Life : Hints on Olhce Management, W. J. Parkins, 467
  • Cost Iron and Stool Pipes, Some Considerations Regarding. John Sharp, 467, 629
  • Electric Circuit Theory and Calculations, Perren Maycock, 48
  • Electric Traction, Lionel Calisoh, 128, 283 Fergusson’.s Percentage Trigonometry, &c., J. C. Ferguason, 373, 467
  • Filters and Filter Presses, F. A. Biihler, 153, 196
  • Flight without Formuhe. Commandant Ducheno, 196
  • Flying Book, 687
  • Fuel Economy and CO, Recorders, A. R. Maujer and C. H. Bromley, 195
  • Fuel : Gaseous, Liquid and Solid, J. H. Coste and E. R, Andrews, 239
  • Gearing. A. E. Ingham. 195
  • General Foundry Practice, W. Roxburgh. 128 Handbook of Tables and Formulas for Engineers, C. A, Peirce and W. B. Carver, 4G7 History of the Landon and North-Western Railway. W. L. Steel, 195, 239
  • History and Romance of the Petroleum Industry. J. D. Henry, 195, 239
  • Making of High Roads, A. E. Carey, 195 Modern Factory, G. M. Price, 587
  • Modem Plumbing Practice, J. 128, 195
  • Modern Practice in Mining : Methods of Working Coal, R. mayne, 195 ; (Correction), 216
  • Modern Tunnelling, D. \V’. Brunton and J. A. Davis, 467, 687
  • Motion of Liquid. Lieut.-Col. R. de Villamil, 687
  • Oil Fuel, E. Butler. 153
  • Photo-electricity, H. S. Allen, 18
  • Pumping by (Compressed Air, E. M. Ivens, 467, 629
  • Purification of Gas by Heat, C. Carpenter, D.Sc., 467. 687
  • Railway Engineers* Field Book. Major C. R. Hearn and A. G. Watson. 687
  • Raw Materials for the Enamel Industry, Julius Grunwald, 467, 587
  • Ships and Shipping, 153
  • Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion, Harold Crabtree, 195
  • Steam Turbines. J. A. Moyer. 48
  • Suspension Bridges, W. H. Burr, 153
  • Turbines Applied to Marine Propulsion, S. J. Heed. IS
  • War Traders, G. H. Perris, 195

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Books Received:

  • Agricultural Experiment Station of the Colorado College :
  • Action of Acid Mine Water on the Insulation of Electric Conductors, II. H. Clark and L. C. Ilsley, 629
  • Alfalfa Steel Production, Philo K. Blinn, 687
  • Nitrifying Etliciency of Certain Colorado Soils, W. G. Suc’xett, 687 _
  • Variation Studies Keyser, 629
  • Armstrong College, Calendar, 1914-15,
  • Beitrag zur Kritik bruckensysteme, R. Antze, 153
  • Board of Education—Rules 104, &c., 629
  • Boilers, Economisers, and Superheaters, R. H. Smith. 687
  • British Locomotive Design, The Development of, E. L.
  • British Rainfall, Mossman, and
  • Brown’s Marino Engineers, A. Larkinan, 373
  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, «&c., 195
  • Chemical Analysis of Special Steels, Steel Making Alloys, and Graphite Rapid Methods for, C. M. Johnson, 153
  • Chemicoi Engineering, Notes on Grinding, Sifting, Separating, and Transporting Solids, J. W. Hinchley, 395
  • Chinese Self-taught, J. Darrock, 195 Coal Mining, T. C. Cantrill, 153
  • Cold Storage and Ice Association : Proceedings, 687
  • Concrete Institute : Transactions and Notos, 587
  • Deal, 488
  • Deportment of the Interior, Mines ;
  • Electric Switches for Use Mines, H. H. Clark and R. 529
  • Fuel Briquetting Investigations, C. L. Wright, 629
  • Hydraulic Mino Filling, &c., E. Enzian, 629 Inflammable Gas in Mino Air, G. A. Burrell and F. M. Seibert, 529
  • Metal Mine Accidents in the United States. A. H. Fay. 529
  • Mud-laden Fluid Applied to Well Drilling, J. A. Pollard and A. G. Heggorn, 529
  • Physical and Chemical Properties of the Petroleums of California, L. C. Allen and Three Others, 629
  • Quarry Accidents in the United States, A. H. Fay, 629
  • Sampling and Examination of Mine Gases and Natural Gas, G. A. Burrell and F. M. Seibert, 629
  • Third Annual Report of the Director of the Bureau of Alines to the Secretary of the Interior for Fiscal Year ended Juno 30th. 1913, 529
  • Effects of the War on Commercial Engagements, F. G. Browne, 587
  • Electric Bells, Alarms, and Signalling Systems, H. G. White, 687
  • Electrical Conductivity and Ionisation Constants of Organic Compounds. H. Scudder, 467
  • Electric Cooking. Heating, Cleaning, &c., Mrs. M. Lancaster, 467
  • Electric Light Fitting, S. C. Batstone, 395
  • Electric Mine Signalling Installations, G. W. L. Paterson. 687
  • Electron Theory of Matter, O. W. Richardson, 396
  • Engineering Problems, W. M. Wallace, 467 Examination and Thermal Value of Fuel, Gaseous, Liquid, and Solid, J. H. Coste and E. R. Andrews, 153
  • Falmouth, Cornwall, 513
  • Fixation of Nitrogen in Colorado Soils, W. P. Headdon, 687
  • Foundations, Malverd A. Howe, 467
  • Foundations of Bridges and Buildings, H. S. Jacoby and R. P. Davis, 163
  • Frictional Resistance in Artificial Waterways, V. M. Cone, R. E. Trimble, and P. S. Jones, 687
  • Fuel Economy and CO, Recorders, A. R. Maujer and C. H. Bromley, 195
  • Geological Investigations in the Area Embracing Burbanks and Londonderry iMining Centres, T. Blatchford, 467
  • Geological Survey, Bulletin, 48 Geological Survey. Bulletin, 61, 467
  • Geological Survey, Geology and Mineral Resources of the Yilgarn Goldfield, E. C. Saint Smith and R. A. Farquharson, 610
  • Geological Survey, Mining Geology of Ora and Sanda, Broad Arrow Goldfield, J. T. Jutson, 610
  • Geological Survey—Bulletin No, 52—Mineral Resources of the North-West Division, T. Blatchford. 467
  • Great Western Railway Mechanics’ Institution, Swindon Engineering Society, Transactions, &c., H. Holcroft, 195
  • High-speed Steam Engine, A Manual of the, H. K. Pratt. 587
  • Hydraulic Diagrams for Water Mains, Sewers, Open Channels, Rivers, and Weirs, C. W. L. Alexander, 153
  • Hydraulics and Earthwork, New Time Savers in. C. E. Housden. 587
  • Iron annd Steel Institute. Carnegie Scholarship Memoirs, 467
  • Law of Building. Engineering, and Shipbuilding Contracts, A. A. Hudson. 128
  • Machine Drawing and Design, An Introduction to, D. A. Low, 467
  • Magnet of Commerce, 587
  • Manchester Municipal School of 3'echnology, Calendar, 687
  • Mathematics for the Practical Engineer, C. H. Bromley and H. R. Cobleigh, 195
  • Mechanical Drawing, A Manual of, J. H. Dales. 195
  • in Brome Grass, A.
  • Newcastle - on - Tyne, 467
  • verschicdener Klapp-
  • Ahrons, 329
  • 1913, &c., H. R. Mill, R. C.
  • C. Salter, 195 Electrician for Sea*going E. Larkinan and A. H. i
  • Bureau of
  • in Gaseous \V. Crocker,
  • Mechanical World Pocket-book and Diary for 1916, 407
  • Memorials of Henry Forbes Julian, Hester Julian. 128
  • Metallurgy of Copper, H. O. Hofman, 163
  • Mine Wagon and its Lubrication, Caleb Pamely, 407
  • Motor Manual, The, 153
  • Motorist’s Workshop, 195
  • Naval Recognition Book : How to Identify Ships at Sea, British Ships, F. T. Jane, 407
  • Northern Coal, Iron, and Steel Companies. 1914. 128
  • Oil Conquest of the World, F. A. Talbot, 587
  • Oil Fuel ; Its Supply, Composition, and Application, E. Butler, 196
  • Oil Fuel for Steam Boilers, Rufus T. Strohm, 153
  • Petroleum Year-book, 1914, Sydney H. North, 467
  • Plane Trigonometry, with Tables, C. Palmer and C. W. Ix)igh. 407
  • Pocket-book of Marine Engineering Rules and Tables, A. E. Seaton and H. M. Roundthwaite, 153
  • Polyphase Currents. Alfred Shill, 395 Powell Duffryn Steam Coal Company, 350 Practical Calculations for Engineers, C. E. Larard and H. A. Golding, 163
  • Primer on the Storage of Petroleum Spirit and Carbide of Calcium, Major A. Cooper- Key, 163
  • Private Companies, H. W. Jordan, 587
  • Proceedings of the Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association, 1914, 513
  • Proceedings of the South Wales Institute of Engineers, Cardiff. 513
  • Rapid Earthwork Calculation. C. E. Housden, 467
  • Refrigeration and Ice-making, Pocket-book of, A. J. Wallis-Tayler, 373
  • Scales for Ascertaining the Dimensions of Pipes, Drains, and Sewers, C. E. Housden, 153
  • Science of Works Management, John Batey, 467
  • Solid State. Theory of the. Professor W. Nernst, 153
  • Stability and Equilibrium of Floating Bodies, B. C. Laws, 687
  • Structural Engineers’ Handbook, M. Ketchum, 587
  • Surveying and Levelling Instruments, W. F. Stanley, 467
  • Tables of Complex Hyperbolic and Circular Functions, A. E. Kennelly, 195
  • Tin-plate Industry, J. N. Jones, 153 Torpedo Work, Notes on, by R. P., 329 University of Bristol Calendar, 1914-15, 467 University College, University of London, Calendar. 1914-15, 467
  • University College, University of London, Faculty of Engineering, 1914-16, 513
  • Water Supplies : Their Purification, Filtration and Sterilisation, S. and E. K. Rtdeal. 467
  • Wireless Telegraphy A. B. Rolfe-Martin, 395
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Text-book on, Rupert Stanley, 467
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1906, A. Parsons, 687
  • LOCK Nut, Vislock, Limited, 107
  • Locomotive Steam Crane Excavator for
  • Queensland, 330 Locomotives, Compound and Triple-expansion
  • Compressed Air, M. L. Dohoy, 420 Locomotives—nee also Railway Locomotives London County Council Tramways, 16 London Electricity—see Electrical Matters London Water—see VV’ater Supply Lorries, Self-loading Motor. M. Brilli6, 63 Lorry, 4-Ton Petrol .Motor, Leyland iMotors, Limited, 507

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • Angle-bonding Machine, J. Rhodes and Sons 297, 302
  • Armour Plate Drilling Machine, Wm. Asquith, Limited, 158
  • Blank and Ring-cutting Machine. Screw Thread Rolling Machine, Hordern and Mason, 255
  • Boring and Turning Mill, Vertical. Goo. Richards and Co., Limited, 420
  • File, The Barker, 332
  • High-speed Slotting Machine, Loudon Bros, Limited, 397
  • Hydraulic Plate Bender, Rice and Co. Limited, 107
  • Lathe. Large Pit. J. Hetherington and Sons. 212. 21G
  • Presses, Double-feed Cutting ; Cutting and Drawing ; Embossing, Hordern and Mason, 254
  • Presses, Various, for Sheet Metal Working, J. Rhodes and Sons, Limited, 297, 302
  • Presses, Various, for Sheet .Metal, Taylor and Challen, Limited, 280, 284
  • Pressing, Drawing and Stamping Works -see Works
  • Projectile Screwing Machine, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Limited, 65G
  • Radial Drilling Machine, Improved 5ft Kendall and Gent, Limited, 538 ’
  • Shearing and Punching Machines for Sheet Metal, J. Rhodes and Sons, 297. 302
  • Sheet Metal Working Machinery. 254 ’’80 284, 297, 302 ’
  • Toggle Action Press, Hordern and Mason, 150, 264 ’
  • Two-spindle Drilling and Trepanning Machine. Cunhffe and Croom. 22 23 ®
  • Universal Horizontal Boring Machine. Hulse and Co., Limited, 240
  • Univereal Tool-room Lathe, Lodge and Shipley Machine Tool Company. 170
  • ?Vertical Drilling Machine, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Limited, 280
  • MALLET, ANATOLE, on Compound Articulate Locomotives, 45
  • Manganese—see Iron and Steel
  • Manufacture of Explosives— see Explosives
  • Marine Engines -see Engines
  • Marine Engineering, Progress of, on the N.E. Coast during the Past Fifteen Years, Mr. Hoss. 6G. 107
  • Marine Propulsion—see Ships
  • Materials. Stress Distribution in. Professor E. G. Coker, 177
  • Measurement of the Temperature of Molten Metals, C. R. Darling, Gil
  • Metal Prices, German, 637
  • Metal Statistics. The World’s, 148
  • Metals, Hardening of, Series of Seven Papers, and Address by Sir R. Hadfield, 603, 611 ; (Letters). 632, G12
  • Metals, Molten. Measurement of the Temperature of, C. R. Darling. 611
  • Military Road Transport. 281
  • Millar. G. H., on Design of Floats for Hydroplanes, 30
  • Milns, W. E., on The Uses of Electricity One Hundred Years Hence, 16
  • Minos, Compressed Air Locomotives for, M. L. Dehey, 420
  • Misterton—see Works
  • Molesworth, Sir G. L., on The Battle of the Gauges in India, 22

MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR MATTERS:

  • Alcohol as Fuel in Motor Cars. 122
  • Automobile Manufacturing and the War, 68G
  • British Thomson-Houston Magneto, 284
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle, 443
  • Dynamo-electric Lighting for Motor Cars, A. E. Waller. 174
  • Electric Vehicles—see Electrical Matters
  • Four-Ton Petrol Motor Lorry, Leyland Motors, Limited. 607
  • Humber Light Delivery Vans, 4G0, 401
  • Motor Cars for the War, 162
  • Retail Transport, L. Clayden and H. Burchall, 624
  • Steel Makers and the Automobile Industry, 414
  • Trucks and Tractors, Electric, Elwell Parker Electric Company, 322 ; (Note), 368
  • War-office Motor Lorry Trials, 8
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory. 352
  • Naval Matters—see Ships
  • Newport. Dock Development at, 06, 339, 348 (Two-page Supplement, October 9th, 1914)
  • Niclausse. Jules, on New Niclausse High-duty Marine Type Boiler. 61
  • Nut. Lock. Vislock, Limited, 107

OBITUARY;

  • Bayliss, Thomas Richard, 128
  • Bryan, William Booth (Portrait). 419
  • Dowson, Alfred. 207
  • Ellington. E. B., 467. (Portrait) 489
  • Hunter, Walter (Portrait), 273
  • Longridge, Robert Bewick, 144
  • Loudon. George Findlay, 346
  • Pearn, Frank, 490
  • Riley, Edward, 273
  • Watkin, Sir Alfred M., 629
  • OIL Depot at Salt End, Hull, 411
  • Oil Engines—see Engines Oil Furnace—see Combined, &c.
  • Oil Transmission System, The Carey. Variable Pumps and Motors. Limited, 170
  • Oldham. C. W. S., on The Whitton Pumping Station of Ipswich Corporation Water* works, 688
  • Omnibuses—see Electrical Matters Osram Lamp— see Works Oxy-acetylene Proceas, Strength of Wolds by.
  • Professor A. Campion and W. C, Gray, 94 ; Correction). 122
  • PAMBAN Channel—see Bridges
  • Panama Problems and Possibilities, Some, 161 Paraffin Engines— see Engines
  • Parr, P, H., on Knock-off Pressures for Hydraulic Baling Press Pumps. 166
  • Patents. Designs and Trade Marks. 2G7 Patents. Enemy-owned British. 490, 616, 539, 663, 679, 604

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS. BRITISH AND AMERICAN:

  • Aeronautics. 81. 138. 161. 202. 224, 247, 248, 292, 368. 498, 671
  • Agricultural Machinery, 112 Batteries. 27, 247, 268, 462, 671
  • Choking Coils, 476
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 357 (Converters, 623
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 67. 112
  • Dynamos and Motors, 27, 67. 137, 161. 182. 223. 475. 623. 645. 571
  • Electrical Apparatus, Tomunals for, 498
  • Electrical Condensers, 182
  • Electric Lifts. 696
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 27. 28. 67, 38. 84. III. 112, 137. 161, 162, 181. 201, 223. 291, 313. 337. 357, 381, 429. 461, 475. 498. 623, 645. 646. 671. 572. 695, G18
  • Engines. Steam, 112, 161, 162, 201, 313, 337, 429. 497, 617, GI8
  • Gas Producers, 224. 248, 430
  • Heating—-cee Lighting Hydraulics. 47G
  • Lighting and Heating, 83, 138, IG2, 202, 2G8, 292. 314, 382, 462. 646. 672
  • Locomotives, 1G2, 247. 624. 572, 617
  • Machine Toots and Shop Appliances, 58, 84, 112, 138, 2G8, 314, 338. 404, 452, 476, ’ 672
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 27, 224. 403, 69G
  • Mines and Metals. 268, 292. 338
  • Miscellaneous, 28, 68. 84. 112, 138. 162, 248. 292. 314. 338, 382. 404, 430. 462, 524. 546, 672. 696. 618
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 67, 68, 84, 162,
  • 224. 314, 358, 3x2. 404. 624. 596, 617
  • Telegraph and Telephones. 57. 83. Ill, 268. 292, 358, 430. 452, 645. 617
  • Testing Instruments—see Measuring Tramways and Railways, 58, 112. 202 314. 357. 382. 696
  • Transformers, 337. 430. 452 Transmission of Power. 161, 247. 268 368, 404, 462. 408. 672, 696
  • Turbine Machinery. 137, 545, 571 Valves, 337
  • PATENTS and the War, 194, 213. 219
  • Perrett, J. R., on Warships Designed and Constructed by Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whit- W’orth and Co., 66
  • Personal and Business Announcements. 26 57 80. 110, 136. 160. 18J. 202. 223. 268, 313; 337, 368, 381, 429, 476, 407. 521, 546, 669, 696
  • Petrol Motor Lorry. 4-Ton, Leyland Motors. Limited, 507
  • Petrol Tractor for Farm Purposes, Daimler Company. 306
  • Petrol Train Ferry on the Ohio. 324
  • Philip, Arnold, on Coke, Condenser Tubes, and Corrosion. 376
  • Pitot Tube, Development and Theorv of. Professor A. H. Gibson. 29, 69
  • Plate Bender—sec Machine Tools
  • Plate Ganges, 156
  • Plough. Motor. Dorby-Maskell Motor Plough Syndicate, 40 ®
  • Plough, Motor. J. Fowler and Co., Limited. 562
  • Plough, Motor. Stock Motor Plough Company. 40 * *
  • Plough. O'ho Wyles Motor. 38. 39
  • Plougliing Engine, Sufjerheated Steam, Fowler and Co., 11
  • Polarity Tester—see Electrical Matters
  • Pomeroy, L. H.. on Automobile Manufacturing and the War, 586
  • PontjT)ridd Water—see Water Supply Port of Bumie, Tasmania, 96
  • Portable SUcking Conveyors. Browm Portable Elevator Company, 538
  • Portland Cement, Cost of Manufacturing, 126 Power Plant—eee Electrituil Matters
  • Press, Tire Forging, 2000 Tons, Davy Brothers. Limited, 639
  • Presses for Compressing Wood Fibre, Tea, Rubber, Ac., Taylor and Chailen. Limited.* 284
  • Presses—see aUo Machine Tools. 166 Pressing Works—see W’orks
  • Princess Mary’s Sailors’ and Soldiers’ Christmas Fund. 462
  • Prismatic Coefficient-s, 43
  • Problem of Pitwood Supplies, 237 Projectiles—tfce W^ar Material Promotion of Trade—aee Trade Propulsive Efficiency—see Ships Provincial Meetings. 394

PUMPS :

  • Air Pump, High Vacuum Reciprocating, Contraflo Condenser and Kinetic Air Pump Co.. 66.3
  • Alexandra Docks, Newport, Pumping and Electrical Machinery for, 339, 348 (Two- page Supplement^ October ^th, 1914)
  • Electric Pumping Equipment Attached to Wagons. 436
  • Fire Pump, Motor-driven, for St. Paul’s Cathedral, Merryweather and Sons Limited. 421 ’
  • German Trade in Pumps and Pumping Machinery. 261 ®
  • Gladstone Duck, Liverpool, Diesel Pumping Plant fo**, 614 ; (Correction), 646
  • High Vacuum Reciprocating Air Pump, Contraflo Condenser and Kinetic Air Pump Company, 563 ’
  • Knock-off Pressures for Hydraulic Baling Press Pumps, P. H. Parr, 165
  • N.P. Pump Bucket, 606
  • Pearn Double-acting Ram Pump, 490
  • Pumping Machinery, W. B. Bryan, 670
  • Pumping Machinery for the Royal Albert Docks, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Limited. 51
  • Suction Gas-driven Pumping Plant near Sevenoaks. Tangyes Limited. 258, 262
  • Whitton Pumping Station of Ipswich Corporation Waterworks, C. W. S. Oldham. 588
  • PUNCHING Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Purification of Water—see Water Supply
  • QUEBEC Bridge— see Bridges
  • RADIATOR. The Theory of the, R. M. Deeley,
  • Rails, Manganese Steel, Sir R. Hadfield, 664
  • Rails, Railway—see Railways

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: General:

  • Audible and other Cab Signals on British Railways. 603, 608
  • Audible Signalling on Railway Trains in Motion, W. C. Acfietd, 603. 608
  • Automatic Signalling on Railways, L. P. Lewis, 604. 608
  • Battle of the Gauges in Xnaia, S. G. L. Molesworth, 22
  • Breakage of Railway Rails. 40
  • Bridges—see Bridges
  • Combined Autoinutio Train Control and Audible Signalling System in Use on the Great Western Railway. W. A. Stanier. 000
  • Distant Signal Problem. 560
  • Effect of Automatic Signals, 228
  • Electrical System of Cab Signalling on the North-Eastern Railway, Vincent L. Raven, 600
  • Ferry, Petrol Train, on the Ohio, 324
  • Ice Breaking Steam Railway Train Ferry Leonard, Camraell, Laird and Co.. 135
  • Manganese Steel Rails. .Sir R. Hadfield. 564 Railway Key-locking Device, Joseph William- aon and Co.. 331
  • Railway Problems, Some, 559
  • Railway Servants. Accidents to, Inquiry, 36, 104, 129, 350
  • Signalling on Railway Trains in Motion, Joint Paper by French Railway Engineers, 46
  • Signalling on Railway Trains in Motion, W. Willox, 609
  • Sleeper Creosoting Machine, Saveoil Creosot- ing Company, 146 I

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: British, Colonial and Indian :

  • Barry Railway Mineral Traffic Engine. Haw- thorn, Leslie and Co., Limited. 531
  • Carlisle Railway Accident. Report. 240 Government and the Railways, 303
  • Great Western Railway, Combined Automatic Train Control and Audible Signalling. W. A. Stanier, 609
  • Great Western Railway, Distant Signal Problem, 560
  • Highland Railway, Baddengorm Bridge, 582
  • Highland Railway and Cannon-street Accidents, 166
  • Indian Railways Report. 387
  • Irish Railway Rates Case. 198
  • Metropolitan Railway Viaduct at Kilburn. 506
  • Now Zealand Railways. 563
  • North-Eastern Railway. Electrical System of Cab Signalling. V. L. Raven. 609
  • Railway Accidents during 1913. 296 Railways and Government Compensation. 287
  • Railways Return—Preliminary Statement, 188
  • Royal Commission on Railways. 19 Summer Train Services, 31 ; (Letter). 78

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: Foreign

  • China, Railways in. 6. 85, 154. 453
  • Ebnat—Nesslau Branch of the Bodensee- Toggenburg Railway, S. Berg, 113, 141. 163, 185, 204, 227. 276. 319 (Tuo./xiyc Supplement, Auguet mth, 1914)
  • French Railways ond the *Var, 537
  • Hauenstein Base Tunnel, Switzerland. Julian Grande, 98, 102
  • Ldtschberg-Simplon Railway Steel Arch Bridge over th© Bietsch Valley, 549
  • Mont d’Or Tunnel, 8
  • Moutior-Grenchon Railwav and Tunnel. 486. 491
  • Munster — Grenchenberg — aee Moutier — Grenchen
  • Peking-Kalgan Railway, 154 Peking-Mukden Railway. 85
  • Shantung Railway, 6
  • South Manchurian Railway, 453
  • Standardisation of Railway Equipment on the Continent, 580
  • Swiss Railways since the Outbreak of War, 467
  • Switzerland. Railway Construction in, Berg, 113, 141, 163, 18u, 204, 227. 276. 319 {Two^page Supplement, Auguat 'Zith, 1914)
  • United States Railway Finance. 193

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • Compound Articulated Locomotives. Anatole Mallet. 45
  • Economy in Locomotive Haulage on Steep Gradients. A. H. Shield, 383
  • Failures or Breakdowns of LocoinotiveH, R. Weatherbum. 547, 575
  • Fireless Locomotive for the Admiralty, A. Barclay, Sons and Co., 156
  • Resistance of Locomotives and Rolling Stock, T. Robson, 18

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial and Indian :

  • Eight-coupled Passenger Engine. Queensland Government Railways, 216
  • Henschel 2-6-2 Tank Engine and Six-wheels Coupled Goods Engine, 499
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Baltic Express Tank Locomotive, 17*5 {TwO’page Coloured Supplement, Auguat \4th, 1914)
  • North-Eastern Railway Passenger Tank Engine, 396 {TwO‘jKige Supplement, October 'Z2rd, 1914)
  • Queensland Government Railways, Locomotives of 1864 and 1914, 216
  • Raven Mechanical Fog Signalling ApT^aratu^. 396
  • South African Railways Eight-coupled Locomotive, R. Stephenson and Co.. Limited, 580, 581
  • South-Eastern and Chatham Express Passenger Engine, A. Borsig, 77
  • Thirty Years of Locomotive Progre-»s in Egypt, E. L. Ahrons, 499

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign

  • (missing lines)
  • Ohio Railroad Ten-couple<l Baldwin Ix)comotive Coin-
  • RAVEN, VINCENT L., on Electrical System of Cab Signalling on (he North-Eastern Railway, (iu9
  • Reactance—tee Electrical Mattern
  • Reaper and Binder, Hornsby and Sons, 10
  • Refrigerating Machine, Audiffren Lingrun Refrigerating Machines, Limited, 12
  • Refrigeration Roaoarch Committee's Report, 385, 390
  • Rheostatic Braking—gee Electrical Matters
  • Road>making ^luterial Transport Machine, with Interchangeable Body, Mann’s Steam Cart and Wagon Company, 76
  • Road Rollers and Hauling Engines at Shrews* bury, 12, 76
  • Robson, T., on The Resistance of Locomotives and Rollingstock. 18
  • Ross, on the Progress of Marine Engineering on the N.E. Coast during the Past Fifteen Years, 66. 107
  • Rotary Converters—gee Electrical Matters Royal Agricultural Society—gee Exhibitions Royal Commission on Railways—gee Railways Russia Trade with, 327, 466
  • SAUVAGE, Professor Edouard, on Recent Developments of Express Locomotives in France, 45, 53
  • Saveoil Creosoting—gee Creosoting
  • Soott, E. Kilburn, on Gyroscopic Compasses, 396
  • Scraping a I5in. Trunk Main at Batley, J. C. Barrowclough. 588
  • Screwing Machinery—gee Machine Tools
  • Sea Fight. 239
  • Selvey. W. M.. on Power Plant Testing. 555. 560
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Auchterderran. 366 ; (Correction). 424
  • Sew'age DiHjx)»ul Works at Bath. 168, 172
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Leeds, 501
  • Sewage Works at Hur(>enden. 3, 14 {Tw^-page Coloured Supplemetd, July 1914)
  • Shearing Machines—gee Machine Tools
  • Sheet Metal Working Machinery, 254, 280, 284. 297. 302—eee algo Machine Tools
  • Shield. .A. H., on Economy in Locomotive Haulage on Steep Gradients, 383

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • Boilers—gee Boilers
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Nine Months. 3(t8
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Six Months, 24
  • Decline of the Sailing Ship, 393 Elements of Propulsive Etficioncy, 418 Engines—gee Engines and Motors Helm Orders, 608
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 48u
  • Lloy’o’s Return of A essels Totally Lost, Condemned, <&c., 256
  • Lloyd's Returns, Merchant Vessels under Construction, 386
  • Motor Lifeboats for the North-East Coast, 395 Petrol Train Ferry on the Ohio, 324 Prismatic Coefticients, 43
  • Recent Developments in Murine Propulsion, Professor W. H. Watkinson. 167
  • Shipbuilding Practice of the Present and Future. I. G. John, 35, 99
  • Shipping Trude and the War, 318 Winch, for Steam Truwl-^r, C. D. Holmes and Co., 359

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: British Navy:

  • Battle of the Falklands, 586
  • Loss of H.M.S. Bulwark. 513

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • Guns and Gun-metal—eee War Material Krupp Guns for Submarines, 506. 510 Limitations of the Submarine. 120 Naval Actions. 307
  • Naval Notes. 459
  • Protection of Battleships Against Submarine Attack. Profesoor Sir J. H. Bile^. 33. 71 Sea F'ight, 239
  • Submarine.s and Ramming Tactics, 612 Submarines in War. 487
  • Warships Designed and Constructed by Sir W. G. Armstrong, W’hitworth and Co.. J. R. Perrett, 65

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Foreign Navies:

  • German Armed 7
  • America Company). Cap Trafalgar.'*307 German Armed Liner Ku'
  • Grosse, 232
  • German Cruisers Sunk. Scharnhorst. lx?ii>zig and Gneisenuu, 561. 586
  • German Cruisers, Three Lost. Emden. Konigs- berg and Yorck. 464. 468
  • German Destroyers Sunk, Four, 396
  • German Mine-layer Kdnigin Luise, 249 {Two> page Supplement, September IIM, 1914)
  • German Torpedo-boat Destroyer V' 187, 232
  • German W’arships. The Lost, 232, 236,* 4*64* 468
  • Greek Fast Petrol Motor Boars. J. I. ’Phornv- croft un<l Co., 77
  • Schichau Destroyer. 1905, 396
  • Turkish Battleship Sultan Osman at Armstrong’s New Yard. 67

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • Andre Reboneas. Non-propelling Dredger Lobnitz and Co.. 573. 575. .584
  • Corozal. Bucket Hopper Dredger for the Panama Canal, \v. Simons and Co.. Limited, 574, 681 (Two-paye Supplement, December 18/5, 1914)
  • Empress of Ireland. Loss of. 72
  • Turbine Atlantic Liner Transylvania. 433, 435
  • Ice-breaking Steam Rttilway Train Ferrv I^onard. Caininell, Laird and Co.. 135
  • Trailer Suction Dretlger, n. Simons and Co., Limite<i. 573. 576
  • Motor Boat for the Admiralty, with Mumford Motor, 118
  • Oil Tank Steamer San Jeronimo, W. Doxford and Sons, 229
  • Penelope, Bucket Dredger, Lobnitz and Co., 575, 584
  • St. Lawrence, Suction Cutter Dredger. W. Simons and Co., Limited, 573. 575
  • San Nazario, Oil Tank Steamer, W. Doxford and Sons, Limited, 411
  • Steam Trawlers, Cochrane and Sons, and C. D. Holmes and Co., 359
  • J'jqpiCzal Ships, 229, 359, 573. 584 Supplement December 1914)
  • SHOWS— see Exhibitions
  • Shrewsbury Show— see Exhibitions
  • Signals and Signalling—aee Railways
  • Signalling, Railway—aec Railways
  • Signed Tracings, 21
  • Sind. Irrigation in. Dr. T. Summers, 132
  • Slotting Machines—aee Machine 'I’ools
  • Snell. Sir John, on I'he Cost of Electricitv, 433, 442
  • Societies-—aec Associations, &c.
  • Sources of Copper—aec Cop(K*r
  • South America, British Trade with, 193
  • Stamping Machines—aec Machine Tools Stanier, W. A., on Combined Automatic Train
  • I Control and Audible Signalling on the Great Western Railway. 609
  • Steam Engines—aee Engines Steel—aee Iron and Steel
  • Sterilisers—aee Water Supply
  • Stone-breaking Plant at Shrewsbury Agricultural Show. Hadhelds, Limited ; H. R. Marsden, Limited. 37
  • Stoney, G. G.. oiv The Effect of Vacuum in Steam Turbines, 502, 521
  • Stress Distribution in Materials. Professor E. G. Coker. 177
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on Method of Determining Fatigue by Calorimetrj*. 281
  • Suction Gas Pumping Plant—aee Pumps
  • Sugar Supply, Engineers and the, 349 ; (Letter), 368
  • Summer Meetings. 72
  • Summers, Dr. T., on Irrigation in Sind, 132
  • Superheater Engines—aee Engines, also Railway Locomotives
  • TECHNICAL Societies ami the War, 282, 460. 461
  • Telegraph Poles, Preservation of, 9
  • Telephone, Betulander Automatic, 45, 240
  • Temperature of Molten Metals, Measurement of the, C. K. Darling, 611
  • Tester, Polarity—Electrical Matters
  • Textile Machinery, British and German. 460
  • Thur Bridge—aec Bridges
  • Tipping Trailer and Traction Engine, Ruston. Proctor and Co., I.irnited, 38, 39
  • Tire-forging Press, 2000-Ton, Davy Brothers, Limited, 539
  • Tobacco-growing Progress in England, 10
  • Town-planning Course at University College, London, 297
  • Tracings. Signed, 21
  • Tractor, Chain-driven Steam, W. Tasker and Sons, Limited. 39. 40
  • Tractor, “ Ideal,” and Plough, Bumsted and
  • Chandler, Limited, 70
  • Tractor, Oil, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 651
  • Tractor, Petrol, for Farm Purposes, Daimler Company, 306
  • Tractors, Petrol Agricultural, Daimler Company, Limited. 76
  • Tractors and Traction Engines nt Shrewsbury, II. 37, 76
  • Tractors—also Trucks and Tractors Trade, British, in the Far East. 152 Trade, British versuj) German, America. 228. 251. 269, 294, (Letters). 308, 332. 34(i
  • Trade, British, with South Americ^i
  • Trade. British, and the W’ar, 535
  • Trade. Competition with (jJerman. Austrian and Hungarian, in Neutral .Markets, 210, 261, 274, '300. 321. 362. 424 ; (Letter^). 308. 332, 346
  • Trade. German Matters
  • Trade German -Engines. 233
  • Trade German Locomotive—ste Railway Locomotives
  • Trade. German, in Pumps—see Pumps
  • Trade, German, War on. 194, 213, 219 ; (Letters). 308, 332. 346
  • Trade, Iron and Steel—see Iron and Steel l'r«»d© Position, 237
  • Trade? with Russia, 327. 466
  • Trade, Shipping, and the War, 318
  • Trade, Vniied States Export, The Promotion of. 372
  • Trade, The United States and South American. 275
  • Train Ferrj' Steamer. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 343
  • Trains—.vcc Railways Training of Engineers, Practical. 406, 417, 441 Tramways, Tz>ndon County Council, 15
  • Tramways in the United Kingdom, of. A, J. Lawson, 577, 600
  • Transformer, Hydraulic, Recent ments. Dr. H. Fdttinger, 35
  • Travelling Repair Worlcshop, Denni'* anti Drummond Brothers, 614
  • Trench Mortar, German, 470
  • Triplex Safety tihvss. 49
  • Trucks. Coal and Crane. Vans and
  • General Vehicle Company, 436
  • Trucks and Tractors for Baggage and Goods. Elwell Parker Electric Company, 322 ; (Note), 358
  • Tube, The Pitot. Development and Theory of. Professor A. II. Gibson, 29, 69
  • Tunnels, Railway—see Railways Turoine. Curtis, and Hydraulic Transformer on the German .Mine Layer Konigin Luise. 249 {Two-page Supptefnetd, Sepfetnber 1 IfZi, 1914)
  • Turbine at St. Pancnis, Ljungstrom Steam, 459
  • Turbines for the .Marylebone Electricity Works. 284
  • Turbines, Small Steam, The ** Iona,** R. S. Price, Limited, 79
  • Turbines, Steam, The Effect of V’acuum in, G. G. Stoney, 502, 621
  • Turning Machinery—see Machine Tools
  • ULTRA-VIOLET Ray Water Sterilisers, Westinghouse Cooper-Hewitt Company, 422
  • Undercliff Drive Extension at Bournemouth, 124, 128
  • Unemployment in September. 349 ; (Ix‘tter), 368
  • United States Export Trade, Promotion of. 372
  • United States and South American Trade, 276
  • VACUUM in Steam Turbines, The Effect of. G. G. Stoney. 502. 621
  • Vans—see Motor Vehicles, also Electrical Matters
  • Vehicles—»c€ Electrical Matters, also Motor Vehicles
  • Viaducts—Railways
  • Vibrometer, The Fullarton, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, 50
  • WAGES—see Labour
  • Wagon. 5-Ton Steam, Robey and Co., Limited. 551
  • Walker, Wm. J., on Design of Friction Clutches of the Split Ring Type, 610 i
  • Waller, A. E., on Dynamo Electric Lighting for Motor Cars, 17 4
  • Walthew, J. G.^ on xnternal Combustion Engines from a Commercial Standpoint, 539 War and the British Engineer. 173, 203, 226, 249, 304, 372. 512 ; (Ix*tters), 308. 332, 346, 564
  • War, British Trade and the. 535
  • War on German Trade. 194. 213. 219 ; (Letters), 308. 332. 346
  • War Items. 209. 234. 256, 277. 307. 323. 343. 376. 397. 422, 446. 462, 497, 508. 553. 679
  • Warfare. Electricity in. 238
  • Warfare and Engineers. 151

WAR MATERIAL AND WAR MATTERS:

  • French Howitzers, 120 mm., Schneider’s, 562
  • German 42 cm. Gun. 480
  • German Trench Mortar. 470
  • Gun-metal, Admiralty. Influences of Varying Temperatures on the Strength, &c.. Professors A. Campion and J. G. Longbottom, 94
  • Heavy Siege Guns, 388
  • Krupp Guns for Submarines, 60G, 510
  • Light and Heavy Field Howitzers, Austrian and German, 298
  • Projectile Screwing Machine, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Limited. 66G
  • Schneider 28 cm. Howitzers 388
  • Universal Shell, German, 298
  • War-office Motor Lorry* Trials, 8
  • Warships—sec Ships
  • WAR, Shipping Trade and the. 318
  • Water, Arrangement for Measuring, 556
  • Water Lifting by Endless Link Chain and Spiral Spring, W. H. Wilcox and Co. Limited. 7G

WATER SUPPLY:

  • Antwerp Waterworks Extension, 140
  • Chemical Treatment and Filtration of Moorland Water, 183, 192
  • Filtering Plant at Clydebank, 49 ; (Letter), lOG
  • London Water Supply for 1913-14, 330
  • Pontypridd and Rhondda Filtering Arrangements, 183. 192
  • Purification of Water Supplies, Dr. A. C. Houston. 396
  • Scraping of Water Mains. 688
  • Treatment of Water Supplies, IG
  • Ultra-Violet Ray Water Sterilisers, Westinghouse Cooper-Hewitt Company, 422
  • Water-sotteiiing Plant, 10,000-gallon. Royles, Limited, 444
  • WATKINSON, Professor W. H., Recent Developments in Marine Propulsion, 157
  • Weatherbum, R., on Foilures or Breakdowns of Locomotives, 547. 675
  • Weighing Machine. Automatic Liquid. W. and T. Avery, Limited, 7G
  • Welds by the Oxy-acetylene Process, The Strength of. Professor A. Campion and W. C. Gray, 94
  • Whitton Pumping Station of Ipswich Corporation Waterworks, C. W. S. Oldham, 688
  • Willox, ^V’., on Signalling on Railway Trains in Motion, G09
  • Winches—see Ships
  • Wireless Telegraphy in British Territorial Waters, 144

WORKS:

  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth’s New Yard at Walker, G7
  • British Westinghouse Company’s Works at Trafford Park, 374
  • Engineering Works at Misterton, E. Newell and Co., Limited, 477
  • Osram Lamp Works, 331
  • Pressing, Drawing and Stamping Works, in Shropshire. J. Sankey and Sons. 344
  • Works in and near Paris Visited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 47, 92

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