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The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
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The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Paragraphs Index.

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A

  • ACCIDENTS, Metropolitan Street, Statistics, 531
  • Acid-resisting Alloys, 577
  • Advertising from Tower of Sixty Storeys in New York, 259
  • Aerial Tramway for Conveyance of Salt in California, 577

AERONAUTICS:

  • - Aeroplane Industry in United States, Growth of, 77
  • - British Aircraft Constructors’ Society, First General Meeting, 11
  • - Chinese Government Manufacture of Aeroplanes, 99
  • - German Aeroplanes, New Features, 439
  • - Self-starter for Aeroplane Engines, 189
  • - Steam-driven Seaplanes, Future Possibilities, 11
  • - Tenders for Aeroplane Construction for the American Army, 531
  • - United States Army Air Service, 555
  • - United States Exports of Aeroplanes, 259
  • - United States Nomenclature for Aeronautics, 463
  • - Zeppelin Construction, French Chemical Analysis of Alloys Used, 32
  • - Zeppelin L33, Leading Particulars of, 325
  • - Zeppelin’s Observer in a Suspended Basket, 509
  • AGRICULTURAL Tractors for Buenos Aires, 77
  • Agricultural Tractors, Increased Manufacture in the United States, 393
  • Air-lift Well Pumping Installation in New Jersey, 509
  • Allday, Mr. William, Death of, 213
  • Alloy Substitute for Platinum, 371, 577
  • Alloys, Manufacture and Use of, H. D. Hibbard, 213
  • Aluminium Production in Norway, Large Hydro-electric Plant Proposed, 33
  • Aluminium Separation from Zinc, Manganese, andc., Gravimetric Method, 349
  • American Anti-Aircraft Gun, 127
  • American Exports of Ammunition and Firearms, 167
  • American Labour and Eight Hours a Day, 235
  • American Machine Tools, Demand after Conclusion of Peace, Anticipations, 99
  • American Production of Benzole, Toluol and Naphthalene, 555, 577
  • American Quicksilver Industry, 71
  • American Shipyards’ Large Contracts for Merchant Shipbuilding, 55
  • Ammonia Recovery from Peat, 348, 353
  • Anti-Corrosive Grease, 531
  • Antimony from South Africa, Great Demand, 303
  • Anzac, Prohibition of Word for Trade Use, 325
  • Apprentices Rewarded for Science Class Attendance, 259
  • Apprentices’ Trade School at Westinghouse Works, 11
  • Architectural Competition in Designs for Federal Parliament House. 531
  • Arctic Copper Deposits, Possibility of Rendering Accessible, 487
  • Argentine Import of Agricultural Implements, 119
  • Argentine, Schemes for Prevention of Overflow of River arid for Development of Irrigation, 213
  • Armour Plate Manufacture in the United States, 88 ; Suggestion of Government Monopoly, 119
  • Asbestos Industry of the Cape Province, 417

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • - Uniform Conditions for Engineering Operations and Industrial Work, Gold Medal Paper, Alfred Etchell, 349
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Autumn Meeting, 180
  • - Dates for Meetings in 1917, 498
  • - Programme, 180
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • - Annual Autumn Meeting and Programme, 226
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • - Electrical Equipment of a Car, A. Ludlow Clayden, 462
  • - First Meeting of Session, 223
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • - Awards for Papers, 380
  • - Sand Drags, Paper on Keadby Bridge, J. B. Ball, 463
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Wiring Rules (Seventh Edition), Correction, 90
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • - Central Electricity Supply for Scotland, Presidential Address, W. W. Lackie, 77
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Opening of Winter Session and Programme, 332
  • - Stability and Use of Cranes under Working Conditions, E. Eade, 332
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • - Design and Construction of Steel Railway Coaches, A. T. Houldcroft, 417

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • - Reinforced and Ferro-concrete, Differentiation between, J. S. Brodie, 77
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • - Admission of Students ; Scholarships, 476
  • - Elgar Scholarship Award, 1916, 212
  • - Martell Scholarship in Naval Architecture, 474
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Economical Signalling of a Colonial Railway, A. C. Rose, 439, 487
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • - Deaths of Members, 54, 416
  • - Meetings and Elections, 54, 416, 508
  • - Programmes of Christmas, Juvenile, and other Lectures, 508, 566
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • - Nationalisation of Mines and Railways, Professor Louis, 73
  • - Wastage of Coal, Dr. C. Carpenter, 73
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Minerals and Mineral Ores for Engineering Industry of the United Kingdom, Two Papers by Professors W. G. Fearnsides and C. G. Collis, 360
  • SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • - "Refractories,” Dr. J. W. Mellor, 281
  • SOCIETY, LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING :
  • - Civil Engineering Profession and Economic Problems, J. Glover, 474
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • - Thermo-electric Properties of Fused Metals, C. R. Darling, 119
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • - Condensation Pump, Two New Types of, Irving Langmuir, 555
  • - Imperial Institute’s Assistance to British Manufacture of Thymol, Professor W; Dunston, 55
  • - Vibrations, Waves, and Resonance, Dr. J. Erskine-Murray, 439
  • AUSTRALIA, Engineering Supplies Wanted, Offer to Represent English Manufacturers, 234
  • Australia, Openings for British Trade in, 360
  • Australia Restricts Use of Gas or Electric Motive Power, 531
  • Australian Federal Parliament House, 314
  • Australian Plant for Making Wire Cables and Metal Rope, 577
  • Austrian Seizure of all Copper from Churches, Public and Private Buildings, 531
  • Automotive or Automobile ? 167

B

  • BADGES for Engineers, 143
  • Bascule Bridges in Chicago, Paving Roadway with Hexagonal Wood Blocks, 213
  • Bayonet Scabbards, Failure to Manufacture in America, 213
  • Beauty of Design and Utility, Compatibilitv of, 303
  • Belt Conveyors for Coal Elevation, 259
  • Belt Driving Efficiency Tests with Wooden and Cast Iron Pulleys, 259
  • Benzol Recovery Plant at Nelson Gasworks, 349
  • Benzol Scrubbing Plant Efficiency, 555
  • Benzol and Toluol Output in the United States, 555, 577
  • Birmingham Classes for Women in Tool-setting Munitions, andc., 281
  • Birmingham Commercial Card Index, 509
  • Birmingham House Building, Diminution since War Outbreak, 393
  • Birmingham Public Works and the Local Government Board, 259
  • Blower, Record High-pressure, Westinghouse Machine Company, 577
  • Board of Trade and the Imperial Institute, 450
  • Board of Trade and Provisional Orders, 303
  • Boiler Accidents in the United States, Large Proportion in those used for Domestic or Water-heating Purposes, 33
  • Boiler Explosions, Relative Frequency in Great Britain and United States, 189
  • Boiler, Large Capacity, American, Connelly Boiler Company, 577
  • Boiler Scaling Apparatus, German Patent, 281
  • Boiler Valves, High-lift Safety, G. H. Clark, 119
  • Boilers and Furnaces for High Steam Pressure, 10
  • Books for British Prisoners Abroad, 46
  • Bradford and Industrial Research, 259
  • Bricks for New York, Sources of Supply, 509
  • Bridge, Esk, of Reinforced Concrete, 119
  • Bridge, Novel Type, in Ottawa, 143
  • Bridges, Two Thousand Reinforced Concrete, Constructed in United Kingdom, 119
  • British Coal-tar Colour Industrv, C. M. Whittaker, 555
  • British East Africa as Trade Centre, 285
  • British Prisoners of War and Books, 98
  • British Trade, Openings for, 336
  • Buildings Put up in United Kingdom for War Purposes to be Transferred Later Ori to Belgium and elsewhere 77

C

  • CADMIUM Percentage in Spelter, Professor Ingalls, 417
  • Calcutta, Wood Paving Stopped, 281
  • California’s Extensive Use of Electric Power, 299
  • Canada’s Capacity in Peat Output, 463
  • Canada’s Consumption of Wood for Pulp Manufacture, Increase, 119
  • Canada, Statistics of Metal and Mineral Production, 325
  • Canadian Mines Report ; By-products from Coke Ovens, 303
  • Canadian Munition Industry Development, 577
  • Canal Companies and War Bonus, Who is to Pay ? 509
  • Canal del Roque, Cuba, for Land Reclamation, 551
  • Carburetter Floats, Leaky, 77
  • Car-driving Invention for Disabled Men, 11
  • Catalytic Property of Platinum, 235
  • Caterpillar Tractors for United States Army, 349
  • Cauvery Dam, One of Largest in the World, 393
  • Ceiba District of Honduras, La Ceiba Tree, 4
  • Celluloid, Substitute for, 230
  • Channel Tunnel Scheme Revived, 33
  • Cheap Steam, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 333
  • Chemical Industry and Independence of Government Aid, Dr. C. Carpenter, 259
  • Chicago River Bascule Bridge, 303
  • Chimneys, Very Large Steel, in Arizona, 393
  • Chlorate of Potash from Japan, 287
  • Circle of Scientific, Technical, and Trade Journalists, 520
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, 139
  • Clarkson, Norman, Flight Sergeant, Killed by Shell, 259
  • Coal Carbonisation for Production of Explosives, 439
  • Coal Discovery in the Federated Malay States, 189, 321
  • Coal Dust for Drop Forge and other Heating Furnaces, 119
  • Coal Exploration in West Iceland, 393
  • Coal Gas for Motor Vehicle Purposes, 281
  • Coal Gas Standard of Value in New York, Heat Units Supplant Candle-power, 509
  • Coal Gas as Substitute for Petrol in Motor Cars, 439
  • Coal Mines Closed and Re-opened, 99
  • Coal Mining Committee’s Report—see Railways, Pooling of Wagons
  • Coal Output in the United Kingdom, 167
  • Coal Pits Around Doncaster, 233
  • Coal Production Shortage in America, 487
  • Coal Resources of the United Kingdom, Arnold Lupton, 99
  • Coal, Simple Form of Test for, 11
  • Coal Storage under Water in Iowa, 213
  • Coal Supplies, Deputation from Gas and Electricity Undertakings, 22
  • Coal Tar and Colour Industry, Dr. Everest, 416
  • Coal for United States Railways, 349
  • Coliseum at Springfield, U.S.A., Roof Supports, 463
  • Colouring Rifle Barrels, 517
  • Commercial Motor Users and Chester County Council, 393
  • Commercial Motors, Annual Inspection of, 522
  • Concrete Barges No Longer a Novelty, 259
  • Concrete,. Great Need of Care in Mixing, Experiments, 213
  • Concrete, Reinforced, and Ferro-concrete, Differentiation between, J. S. Brodie, 77 ; (Letter), 127
  • Concrete Roads in America, Cranks and Critics, 235
  • Consular Reports, Suspension of Publication, on Grounds of Economy, 213
  • Conversion of Metres to Feet, 193
  • Cooling Tower, Largest Natural Draught, 439
  • Cooling Tower Wanted for Gisborne, New Zealand, 213
  • Copper from British Columbia, 303
  • Copper Discovery, Important, in Newfoundland, 393
  • Copper Exports from the United States, 439
  • Copper, German Substitutes for, 338
  • Copper Mines in Cuba Worked since 1520, 531
  • Copper, Record Purchase from America by Germany and Austria, 259
  • Corrosion Research Station, 248
  • Cotton, American and Egypt, High Prices, 487
  • Crystal Palace Engineering School, 132
  • Cutting Retail Prices in United States, Legislation, 235

D

  • DAYLIGHT Saving Chart, Horseley Company, Limited, 367
  • Death of Mr. G. E. Shore, 417
  • Delivery of Goods, Difficulties in, Germany Gains at Britain’s Expense, 235
  • Diesel Engines and Low Insurance, 189
  • Diving in the United States Navy, Deep Sea Record, 143
  • Division of the Product of Industrv, Sir Hugh Bell, 55
  • Dry Dock Concrete Building by New Method, 417
  • Dynamical Balancing of Machines, 55
  • Dynamite, Three Different Kinds, 487

E

  • EDITOR’S Lament, 471
  • Educational Books for British Prisoners of War, 367
  • Egg Breaking by Hand, Experiments, 417
  • Eggs, Cold Storage, Legislation, 259

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - Alternating-current Motors, N. C. E. Jacobv, 11
  • - Alternating Currents, Standard Frequency of, 509
  • - Aluminium as an Overhead Conductor, Mr. Wyssling on Cost, 189
  • - American Central Station Efficiencies, Fino Records, 55
  • - American Output of Electrical Machinery, Increase : Statistics, 189
  • - Battery Sub-stations on the New York Edison System, 77
  • - Birmingham Tramways and Shortage in Power Supply, 439
  • - Board of Trade Licence to Import Insulating Materials, 371
  • - Bradford Power Station, Output of Electrical Energy, 370
  • - Central Supply for Scotland, W. W. Lackie, 77
  • - Centralisation of Electric Power in Chicago, Great Economy of, 213
  • - Copper Sheets, Spot Welding or Seam Welding, Suitable Electrodes for, 11
  • - Cost and Advantages of Electrical Power, 393
  • - Daylight Saving and Increased Use of Electricity in Manchester, 393
  • - Dry Batteries for Flash Lamps, American Manufacturers’ Harvest, 393
  • - Ebro Water Utilisation for Industrial Power Supply, 463
  • - Edison Storage Battery, Effect of Temperature on its Performance and Durability, 531
  • - Electrical Company’s Difficulties in Paris owing to the War, 99
  • - Electrical Energy in Canada, Threatened Stoppage of Supply to the United States, 99
  • - Electrical Furnaces, Classification of, 371
  • - Lieutenants, New Rank in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 55
  • - Electrical Ploughing in Sweden, Italy and France, 281
  • - Electrical Supply in Norway for Franco- American Syndicate, 439
  • - Electrical Vehicle Committee, 130, 336
  • - Electrical Vehicles, Marking of Lead Plate Batteries, 487
  • - Electrical Vehicles and Scarcity of Petrol, 167
  • - Electrician, The Two-thousandth Number, 272
  • - Electricity Supply and Proposed Co-operation, 110
  • - Energy from Tides, Professor D. Robertson, 551
  • - Farmers Installing Electric Plants in Alberta, Canada, 325
  • - Filament Lamps, Old and New, Question of Economy, 371
  • - Fluctuations in Light with Low Periodicities, 371
  • - French Alps, Increased Demand and Supply of Water-developed Energy, 349
  • - Fulham and Battersea Power-houses Linked up, Suggested Inclusion of Hammersmith, 99
  • - Fuse Blowing Due to Excessive Current, Not to Voltage, 259
  • - Generator, Large, under Construction in Berlin, 393
  • - German Copper Scarcity and Use of Zinc, 463
  • - German Electric Lamps for Italy, 531
  • - Gilbert Club to be Wound up, Meeting, 332
  • - Heating by Electricity, Gas and Coal, Comparisons, W. B. Smith, 371
  • - Home-office Regulations for Sigrialling in Mines, 119
  • - House Refuse Collected by Electric Vehicles, 280
  • - Ignition Systems, Accumulator and Magneto, Tests of Relative Efficiencies, 462
  • - India, Great Need of Overhauling of Electrical Industry, 531
  • - Insulating Materials, Data Given by United States Bureau of Standards, 325
  • - Inter-connection of Electric Supply Undertakings, 333
  • - Internal Combustion Engines and Electricity Pressure, 393
  • - Japan, Statistical Report of Electrical Undertakings, 99
  • - Japanese Electrical Track and Generating Stations, Statistics, 119
  • - Japan’s Electrical Industry Development, 55, 577
  • - Jinrickshaw, Electrical, for Simla, 259
  • - Lamps for New York Consumers, 509
  • - Linking-up London’s Electric Stations, 360
  • - Locomotives for Underground Ore Haulage in South Africa, 417
  • - Lorry, One-ton Edison Electric, Details of Report on Cost and Working, 281
  • - Low Coal Consumption for Current Generation, 281
  • - Modern Electric Mine Locomotives, W. M. Hoen, 11
  • - National Electric Light Association of America, Interesting Report, 10
  • - New York State Barge Canal, Lock Machinery Electrically Worked, 189
  • - Oldham’s Electricity Meters and “ Summer Time,” 167
  • - Paraffin Vaporisers Electrically Heated in America, 439
  • - Plough, Electric, Possibilities of, 281
  • - Potentiometer, Improved Type, Professor Ryan, 349
  • - Power Generator and Munitions Output in the North of England, 463
  • - Present Position of Electricity Supply in United Kingdom, E. T. Williams, 11
  • - Primary Cell Output and Falls in Temperature, 467
  • - Rating of Electric Lamps, 143

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • - Russian Finland, Large Electrical Undertaking, 393
  • - Russia's Unused Water Power, 259
  • - Sheep Fattening by Electric Light, 303
  • - Southampton Electrical Supply ; Boiler Extensions, 393
  • - Steam Turbines and Generators, Development of, 10
  • - Sweden Exports Electric Power to Denmark, 439
  • - Ten Years of Evolution of Hydro-Electric Units, G. B. Gillicott and W. B. Jackson, 117
  • - Toledo, New Central Supply Station, 555
  • - Transformers, Trouble and Protection, 77
  • - Two-speed Alternating Current Elevator Motor, 439
  • - United States Electric Light and Power, Prosperous Year, 417
  • - Walsall New Electric Station, 417
  • - White Ants and Power Line Poles, 393
  • - Willage Storage Battery Company New Works Equipment. 487
  • - Wiring Rules (Seventh Edition) (Correction), 90
  • - Yorkshire, Board of Trade Proposals for Linking-up Electrical Undertakings, 439
  • - Zinc Wire Cables, Bare and Insulated, 143
  • ELECTROLYTIC Copper Production in Canada, 349
  • Electro-Magnets for Handling Pig Iron on the American Lakes, 349
  • Enemy Businesses in the United Kingdom, Winding-up Orders, 235
  • Engine Driven by Steam, Gas, Benzine or Petroleum, 281
  • Engineering in Argentina, National Congress, 349
  • Engineering Experiments in the United States, 167
  • Engineering Societies Collective Headquarters in New York, 303
  • Engineering Standards Committee, New Secretary Appointed, 98
  • Ernolith, New Substitute for Celluloid, 230
  • Excavators, Electrically Driven for Drainage Work in Idaho, 509
  • Experimental Workshop and Industrial Laboratory for Aeronautical and other Work on Inventions, andc., 33
  • Exports of American Motor Vehicles, 235

F

  • FEDERATED Malay States, New Harbour for, 303
  • Ferro-Vanadium Exports from United States, 509
  • Fifth Avenue, New York Traffic Count, 555
  • Fire Signalling on the Route of Engines Controlled from Headquarters, 33
  • Fireproofing Liquid, 235
  • Fish, Live, in a Gold Mine, 509
  • Floating Dock Captured at Tsingtau Transferred by Japanese to Sasebo Port, 55
  • Food Storage Limited by Legislation in United States. 259
  • Forest Tree Seedlings Planted by Machine, 577
  • Fracture in Colliery Guide Rope, 77
  • France’s Blast Furnaces, 463
  • French Army Steel Helmets, Details, 167
  • Freezing Point of Mercury, United States Bureau of Standards, Determination, 463
  • Fuel Oil in Battleship s Double Bottom Tanks, Parks Pneumercator System for Ascertaining Amount, 531
  • Fuel Used in Diesel Engines, Necessary Characteristics, R. E. Mathdt, 33
  • Fuel Used by London Omnibuses, Diluted Petrol, 189
  • Furnaces, Carbon Electrodes Standardised, 509

G

  • GAS Charge Reduction by the South Metro politan Gas Company, 142
  • Gas Coke for Boiler Furnaces to Replace Coal, 281
  • Gas Company, Edinburgh, Owning Railway Wagons for Coal Supply, 349
  • Gas Explosion in Pockets of Clay Soil in Tunnel under Lake Erie, 189
  • Gas Lighting, Economical, 272
  • Gas and Petrol for Power Generation, Comparison, 371
  • Gas Producers, Peet-fed, for Electricity Generation, and with Ammonia Recovery Plant, in Italy and Germany, 348
  • German Coal Tar Colours Export Value, 99
  • German Competition with United States after the War, Proposed Legislation, 235
  • German Control of Paper Miller and Coal Tar Dye Industries, with View to Military Exigencies, 77
  • German Government Control of Coal-mining Interests, 487
  • German Guns Made with Molybdenum Alloy, 555
  • Gold Imports into the United States, 509
  • Granite from Norway for Methil Docks, 325

Gun-proving Plant. Very Large, Projected for U.S.A., 463

H

  • HAMMERS. Inverted, for Pulling Long Sheet Piling. 555
  • Hand, Mechanical, Prize Offered for Best Apparatus, 417
  • Harbour and Dock Dues for Ships in Government Service, 509
  • Heating Dwelling-houses by Coal or Electricity, Cost, 259
  • Helical Toothed Gear Box for Motor Vehicles, New Type, 143
  • Highways in New York State, Maintenance, 119
  • Honourable Artillery Company, 132
  • House of Commerce at Birmingham, 270
  • Housing and Town Planning after the War, Councillor Harrison Barrow, 577
  • Huddersfield’s Approval of Decimal System, 371
  • Human Side of Scientific Study, 371
  • Hydraulic Installation, Modern, near Minneapolis, 281
  • Hydraulic Power in Japan, 99
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant in South America, 439
  • Hydro-Electric Units, Ten Years of Evolution of, G. B. Gillicott and W. B. Jackson, 117

I

  • INDIA, Minipg of Wolfram Ore for Recovery of Tungsten, 434
  • India-Rubber, Gutta-Percha and Telegraph Works Company’s War Relief Funds, 281
  • India, Trade of, Within the Empire, 357
  • Indian Coal Mining in 1915, 463
  • Indian Tea Planting and Electrical Supply, 303
  • Indigo, Synthetic, War Scarcity, 77
  • Industrial Revival in Invaded Districts of France after the War, Formation of Association, 99
  • Industrial Strength and National Defence, 126
  • Inventions Disregarded, History of the Lewis Gun, 189

IRON AND STEEL:

  • - American Society of Automobile Engineers, Standard Colours for Marking Steel Bars, 55
  • - British Ron and Steel and Allied Trades Federation Report, 55
  • - British Steel for Ships rather than Shells, 189
  • - Carbon in Steel and Iron, Tests of Direct
  • - Combustion Method, 33
  • - Case-hardening Steel Articles, 349
  • - Cast Iron Heated and Cut by Ordinary Carpenter’s Saw, 77
  • - Cast Iron Water Pipe Laid in America during the Civil War, 55
  • - Castings, Hydraulic System of Cleaning and Removing Cores, 393
  • - Chalk Rust on Cast Iron, 189
  • - Chrome Steel for Ball Bearings, 371
  • - Chrome Vanadium Steel, Advantage of, 189
  • - Cleaning Machinery for Castings, Tests of Power Required for Driving, 393
  • - Copper Bearing Steels and Resistance to Corrosion, E. A. and L. T. Richardson, 371
  • - France’s Supply of Iron and Steel, Huge Imports to Replace War Deficiency, 55
  • - Galvanised Corrugated Sheet Iron in the Dominican Republic, 189
  • - German Engine Weights per Brake Horsepower, 531
  • - Growth of Electrical Production of Steel in the United States, 33
  • - Hardening Damascene Blades, 555
  • - Holland’s Iron and Steel Imports and Exports, Two Years Compared, 33
  • - India’s Imports of Iron and Steel Machinery and Railway Material, 555
  • - Iron Mine in France, Re-opening after being in German Hands, 417
  • - Irrigation Project in State of Washington, 555
  • - Lead-plated Steel, Substitution for Zinc, andc., Made Possible by New Process, 189
  • - Manganese Shortage in Germany, 119
  • - Mexican Large Exports of Steel from Monterrey, 531
  • - Relation between Yield Point and Proportional Limit for Steel, J. E. Howard, 119
  • - Semi-finished Steel, Great Britain’s Imports from United States instead of from Germany, 509
  • - Semi-steel, Useful Characteristics of, 77
  • - Shrinkage of Manganese Steel Greater than that of Ordinary Steel, 143
  • - Stainless Steel Analysis, 393
  • - Swedish Electric Furnaces’ Annual Iron Production, 439
  • - Tungsten Steel for Engineer’s Tools in America, Cost and Scarcity, 143
  • - Tungsten—see also Tungsten
  • IRRIGATION Works on the Rio Negro, Important Undertaking of the Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, 531
  • Irrigation Works in South Africa, 349

J

  • JAPANESE Electrical Undertakings—see Electrical Matters
  • Japan’s Manufacture of .Chlorate of Potash, 287
  • John Fritz Medal Award in United States, 555

K

  • KAURI Gum Oil from Peat in New Zealand, 573

L

  • LETTERS and Parcels for Troops, Great Increase, 11
  • Lifting Magnet Capacity, Determining Factors, 143
  • Lighting Shops in Paris, Drastic Order for War Economy, 487
  • Lighting, Subdued, for Motor Cars, Twin Filament Bulbs for Headlights, 509
  • Lloyd’s Register—see Ships
  • Longridge, Colonel J. A., Killed in Action, 189
  • Lubricating Oil, Useful Test for Refinement, H. W. Petty, 33

M

  • MACHINE Rifle for United States, 463
  • Machine Tool, New, Wanted, 498
  • Magnesium, Special Uses of, 213
  • Magnetic Chucks for Holding Needle-pointing Dies, 393
  • Magneto Apparatus, Testing, 213, 509
  • Magnetos, All-British, Large Output for Government Use, 349
  • Manchester Municipal School of Technology, 155
  • Mechanical Stokers on a Fluctuating Load, Performance of, 89
  • Melting Down Foreign Gold, 509
  • Metal Production in Japan, 393
  • Metal, Self-lubricating, “Graphalloy,” 421
  • Metals in Manufacture of Munitions, Committee to Secure Most Economical Use, 531
  • Metals and Materials Economy Committee, 584
  • Metric System Question in Great Britain and United States, 325
  • Metric System, Suggested Introduction, 119
  • Mexican Government’s Home-made Cartridges, 555
  • Mica, Fall in Total Value of Production in India, 439
  • Military Service Postponement in Case of Selected Science Students, 7
  • Milling Cutter Tests in America, 235
  • Mine Signal Electrical System in Michigan, 487
  • Mine Works, Deepest, in the World, 371
  • Mineral Resources of Great Britain, Special Reports on the, 155
  • Miners with the Colours and Output from Collieries, 303
  • Moakes, Lieut. J. C., Killed in Action, 281
  • Molybdenite, Specimens Found in New Zealand, 184
  • Molybdenum, Demand for, 325
  • Molybdenum Discovery In Norway, 325
  • Montevideo Sewerage Works, 143
  • Motor Car Engines and Right-angled Bends, 33
  • Motor Car Gear-boxes, Power Losses in, 463
  • Motor Car Manufacture Profits in America, 325
  • Motor Car, Steam, with Oil-fired Boiler and Uniflow Engine, 487
  • Motor Cars, Chassis and Parts Imported into United Kingdom, 349
  • Motor Cars and Cycles Registered in London, Statistics, 143
  • Motor Cars for Farmers in United States, 349
  • Motor Spirit and the Petrol Tax, 491
  • Motor Vehicles Exported from United States, 143
  • Motor Vehicles, Heat Treatment of Gearing for, 235
  • Motor Vehicles in New York, Need of Weight Regulations, 463
  • Moving a Three-storey Steel Frame Structure, 417
  • Munition Workers’ Holidays, 189
  • Munition Workers and Sunday Labour, 11
  • Munitions Tribunals, Statistics of Cases, 325

N

  • NATURAL Gas Measurements at High Pressures ; Errors and Boyle’s Law, 303
  • Natural Gas in the United States, Record Quantity Used, 371
  • New York Handicapped in Freight Handling, 439
  • New York Refuse Utilisation Scheme, 577
  • New York State’s Barge Canal, 509
  • New Zealand, Lake Coleridge, Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 341, 371
  • New Zealand, Projected Harbour Works in Wellington, 577
  • New Zealand, Projected Large Harbour at Wanganni, 213
  • Niagara, Beauty versus Utility, 143
  • Nickel Exports to Germany from Ontario and New Caledonia, 119
  • Nickel Production in Canada and America, 393
  • Nitric Acid, Sources of Production ; Its Importance, 491
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Presentation to Mr. F. Lewins, 584
  • Norway, Electro-Chemical Works Started by French-American Syndicate, 259

O

  • OIL Industry in California, Development, 504
  • Omnibus Lifeguards and Reduction in Street Accidents, 95
  • Oxygen Deficiency in Atmosphere, Men, Mice and Canaries, 325
  • Oxygen, Production by the Electrolytic Process, 439

P

  • PACKINGS for Steam Jointings, British Made, 143
  • Palladium and Silver Alloy, 303
  • Panama Canal, Favourable. Report on its Future Usefulness, 349
  • Panama Canal, Landslide on, 393
  • Panama Canal, Two Years’ Operations, 509
  • Paper Making from Cotton Stalks and Bark, 417
  • Paper Manufacture from Tambookie Grass, 325
  • Paraffin Wax, Solid, Used to Coat Inside of Tanks, 417
  • Patent Rights of Enemies ; Austrian Legislation, 259
  • Patents Act, Inventors and the War, 417
  • Perpetual Motion, 235
  • Peru, Cotton Cultivation Development, 577
  • Peru, Trade Openings in, 584
  • Peruvian Trading and the Enemy Trading Act, 325
  • Petrol Control Committee, Licences, 299
  • Petrol Engines, Trouble from Pitting of Valves, 213
  • Petrol for Heating Paraffin Engines, Lega Question, 487
  • Petrol Locomotives in Chicago Water Tunnel, 371
  • Petrol Making by the Rittman Process, 463
  • Petrol Substitute, Patent for, H. K. Tompkins 325
  • Petrol Substitutes and Legal Decision, 259
  • Petrol Supply, Expected Augmentation, 167
  • Petrol Supply, Restriction of and Effect on Road Motor Services, 213
  • Photograph Enlargement without Use of Lens, 417
  • Pig Feeding on Garbage, 167
  • Piling, Long Steel Sheet, Inverted Hammers for Pulling, 555
  • Pipes in Steam Generating Stations, Proposed Painting of Flanges, 463
  • Piston Rings of Motor Car Engines, Average Pressure, 417
  • Plate Girders, Functions of Stiffeners, 417
  • Platinum in Sulphuric Acid Manufacture, 235
  • Plough, Petrol Driven, Details of Weight, andc., Possibilities of Electric Plough, 281
  • Porcelain for Chemical and Laboratory Work, No Longer Made in Germany, 259
  • Portland Cement, Extensive Use of Oyster Shells in Manufacture of, 213
  • Post-office Tube for London, Delay, 11, 33
  • Potash from Kelp, Government Plant in Southern California, 555
  • Prizes for Essays, 568
  • Prohibited Exports, Additions to List, 11
  • Professors Ayrton and Perry as Pioneers in Instrument Production, 281
  • Public Libraries and Technical Literature, 290
  • Pulverised Coal as Fuel for Steam Boilers, 349
  • Pumping Machinery for New South Wales, 393
  • Purloining Engineers’ Plans, 143
  • Pyridine and Other Solvents of Coal Constituents, 577

Q

  • QUEENSLAND Irrigation Scheme, 371
  • Quicklime Expansion when Wet, Utilisation for Mechanical Purposes, 531

R

  • RADIO-ACTIVITY Not Confined to Radium, Radio-Thorium as Substitute, 235
  • Rails, Dearth in South Africa, 213 ; (.Correction), 235

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS:

  • - Accidents on British and American Railways, Comparative Statistics, 189
  • - Accidents and Fewer Board of Trade Inquiries, 11
  • - Accidents Reports, Necessary and Unnecessary, 55
  • - Accidents—see Wallneuk, Warminster, andc.
  • - Advertisement Changes ; Land for Works, 55
  • - Air Raids and Injury to Railway Servants, 189
  • - Alaska, Government Lines in, 371
  • - Alaskan Railway Carrying Coal, 259
  • - American Gondola Cars, Steel, for Russian State Railways, 143
  • - American Locomotive Exports, 166
  • - American Railways, Great Loss of Life due to Trespassing, 189
  • - Annual Report on Railway Accidents, 77
  • - Argentina, Suggested History of Railway Construction, 531
  • - Argentine Central Railway Electric Service, 303, 349
  • - Argentine Railway Carriage Heating, 439
  • - Australian East-West Transcontinental Railway Board of Commissioners Likely to be Appointed, 189
  • - Australia, East-West Transcontinental Railway, Rolling Stock to be Built in Australia, 99 ; Progress and Cost, 487
  • - Aylesbury and Buckingham Railway and Government Telegraphs, Dispute, 349
  • - Bengal and North-Western Railway, Managing Director, New Appointment, 340
  • - Bengal and North-Western Railway, Retirement of Chief Engineer, Mr. W. J. Turnbull, 259
  • - Benghasi to Er-Regana, New Line Completed, 147
  • - Bletchley—see London and North-Western
  • - Board of Trade Import Restrictions and American Electric Motor Chassis, 217
  • - Board of Trade New Extensive Powers over Railway Services, Wagons, andc., 531
  • - Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, Changes in Board of Directors, 189
  • - Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, Death of Chairman, 99
  • - Box Tunnel, Temporary Closing, 463
  • - Brazil, Locomotive Fuel Question, 235
  • - Brazil, Proposed New Railway, 430
  • - Bricklayers Arms Depot, Women as Van Drivers and Guards for South-Eastern Railway, 281
  • - Bridges on Electric Street Railways, Question of Safety, 577
  • - Bridges, Railway, in New York City, Annual Inspection and Report, 235
  • - British Malaya, Railway Expansion in, 316
  • - “Brown’s Discipline” on American Railroads, 509
  • - Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, Death of Chairman, 577
  • - Buenos Aires and Pacific Railwaymen, Military Honours, 463
  • - Burma Railway Construction, 281
  • - Caledonian Railway Collision in Snowstorm 577
  • - Canadian Pacific Railwaymen Wounded m the War and Re-employed on tl^e Railway, 213
  • - Canadian Pacific Railway Trouble, 439
  • - Canadian Pacific Railway Wharves in Vancouver, 325
  • - Canadian Railway Board and Fire Protection, 463
  • - Canadian Railways and the Canadian Government, Future Policy, 55
  • - Canadian Railways Commission, Changes in Composition, 413, 417, 439, 487

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (con- tinned):

  • - Canadian Railways and the Transportation Problem, 167
  • - Cannon-street Station Opening, Jubilee, 213
  • - Cardiff Railway and Taff Vale Railway Companies, Result of Legal Action. 485
  • - Central Argentine Railwaymen’s War Service, 393
  • - Central Argentine Suburban Line Electrification. 303, 349
  • - Ceylon Government Railways’ Successful Running, 349
  • - Charing Cross Bridge and Another Bill, 463
  • - Charing Cross Bridge Bill Rejected, 11
  • - Charing Cross Bridge Bill and Railway Directors in Parliament, 33
  • - Charing Cross Bridge and the London County Council, 118
  • - Charing Cross Bridge Repairs, Nightly Stoppage of Certain Trains, 393
  • - Charing Cross Bridge Widening, Board of Trade Grants Extension of Time, 189
  • - Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, Hot and Cold Drinks, 393
  • - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, Electrified Portion Supplied with Light Signals 371 ; Further Portion Opened, 487
  • - Chicago and North-Western Railway, Accident Statistics, 509
  • - Christiania and Denmark, Suggested New Communication, 77
  • - Coke for Locomotives and Abolition of the Smoke Nuisance, 349
  • - Collision between Midland Passenger and Great Central Goods Trains 531
  • - Consolidated Signal Company’s Relations with Government Departments, 463
  • - Crimean Rolling Stock Gauge as the Origin of Standard Fixed by Argentine Railways, 99
  • - Cuban Railway Extension, 281
  • - Darkened Streets and Railway Posts, Liability for Accidents, 189
  • - Daylight Saving and United States Railways,
  • - Death of Mr. L. Longbottom, London and North-Western Locomotive Superintendent, 259
  • - Death of Midland Company’s Assistant Carriage and Wagon Superintendent, 371
  • - Death of Mr. Theodore N. Ely, Pennsylvania Company, 487
  • - Donop, Colonel P. G. von. Retirement as Chief Inspecting Officer ; Appointment of Colonel Pringle, 166
  • - Dublin and South-Eastern Company and Coast Erosion, 417
  • - Dublin and South-Eastern Railwaymen’s War Bonus, 393
  • - East Indian Railway Company Collieries, 99
  • - East Indian Railway Dining Cars Withdrawn, 11
  • - East Indian Railway and Train Control, 119
  • - Edgware and Hampstead Railway Construction, Extension of Time Granted, 303
  • - Egg Demonstration Train, Great Eastern Railway, 325, 371
  • - Eight Hours Act on United States Railways, 463, 487
  • - Eight Hours’ Legislation and Railwaymen who are not Trainmen, 417
  • - Electric Service Supersedes Steam between Broad-street and Kew Bridge and Broad- street and. Richmond, 213
  • - El Paso and South-Western Railroad ; Locomotive Speed Indicators and Recorders, 393
  • - Euston Station Hall Redecorated, 153, 235
  • - Euston Train’s Record Speed, 555
  • - Excess Profits TaxA. New Chairman of Board of Referees, 213
  • - Exports of Road Material and Rolling Stock, Comparative Tables, 235
  • - Exports from United Kingdom of Locomotives and other Railway Material, 577
  • - Federated Malay Railways and New Harbour, 303
  • - Flood Damage on North British Railway Lines, 355
  • - French Railways and Women’s Labour, 417
  • - French Trunk Railway Locomotives in January, 1914, 555
  • - Fuel on Argentine Railways, Increased Cost Raises Transport Expenses, 393
  • - German Railways Drastic Restrictions, 531
  • - German South-West African State and Private Railways Taken Over by South African Government, 11
  • - German State Railways, Lack of Heating, 303
  • - German State Railways, Women Employees, 77
  • - Glasgow District Subway Railway, Uniform Fare Instituted, 531
  • - Glasgow and Paisley Joint Line, Derailment and Collision at Wallneuk, 235, 439
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Change pf Chief Engineer, 325
  • - Great Central Railwaymen with the Colours and Casualties, Arc., 325
  • - Great Central Train Collision at Lincoln, 555
  • - Great Eastern Railway, Egg and Poultry Train, 325, 371
  • - Great Eastern Railway Manager’s Military Appointment, 99
  • - Great Indian Peninsula Railway Meeting, 11
  • - Great Northern Company, Roll of Honour Poster, 531
  • - Groat Northern Railway versus Hendon Rural district Council, 77
  • - Great Northern Railway, versus Pickfords, Limited, 77
  • - Great Southern and Western Railway, Collision at Kiltimagh Station, 577
  • - Great Western Railway, Change of Divisional Locomotive Superintendent, 325
  • - Great Western Railway Company’s Canal Engineer, Change of Appointment, 303
  • - Great Western Railway Co.’s New Works Engineer, Retirement, 11
  • - Great Western Railway, Engineering Staff . Changes, 11
  • - Great Western Railway, Men of Military Age with the Colours, Casualties and Still on the Railway, 235
  • - Great Western Railway, Military Traffic 4 Statistics, 119
  • - Great Western Railway, Record in Traffic and Immunity from Accident, 235

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued)

  • - Great Western Railway, Retirement of Mr. AV. Armstrong, New Works Engineer, also of Mr. G. J. Whitelaw, Accountant, 33
  • - Great Western Railway, Safety Medal, 259
  • - Great Western Road Motor Service Curtailed because of Reduced Petrol Supply, 213
  • - Hampton Court Junction and Claygate, Postponement of Electric Service, 303
  • - Harrogate Season and Trains Alteration, 167
  • - Heysham Route to Ireland (Midland Railway) Closed, 487 : Suggested Renewal, 509
  • - Highland Company’s Hopetown Station Closed till End of the War, 555
  • - Highland Company’s New 4-4-0 Tender Engines, R. and W, Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., 555
  • - Hill, James J., Harvard Professorship in Memory of, 393
  • - H.M.S. Duke of Albany, Armed Boarding Cruiser, Formerly Fleetwood - Belfast Steamer, Sunk by Submarine, 189
  • - Holiday Railway Traffic, 248
  • - India, Survey bv Eastern Bengal Railway, 439
  • - Indian Railways, Question of State or Private Ownership, 303
  • - Inquests on Railwaymen and National Union of Railwaymen, 11
  • - Institutions of Locomotive Engineers and of Railway Signal Engineers, Papers, Arc.— see Associations
  • - Interim Dividends Declared to Date, 77, 99, 119, 143
  • - INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION :
  • - American Railways and Trainmen Dispute, Suggested Reference to Interstate Commission, 55
  • - Coal and Refrigerator Cars, Scarcity in the United States, 577
  • - Headlights of Locomotives, New Regulations, 119
  • - Membership Increased, Statistics of Cases 259
  • - Purchase of Supplies by Common Carrier, Regulation, 55
  • - Ireland, Greenwich Time and the Mails, 281
  • - Irish Board of 'Agriculture’s Report, 259
  • - Irish and English Time, Uniformity After October the First, 167
  • - Irish Railway Grievance Against Government, 417
  • - Irish Railways’ Increased Rates, 417
  • - Irish Railways and War Bonus, 325, 371, 581
  • - Irish Time Change Necessitates Alteration of Timetables, 167
  • - Irish Train Control, New Powers, 487
  • - Italian Ministry of Maritime and Railway Transports, 213
  • - Italian State Railway Deficit, 281
  • - Japanese Railways, Change of Gauge, 119
  • - Jarrow Railway Accident Recalled, 531
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Shopmen, Increased Pay, 213
  • - Lehigh Valley Railroad Company Ships its own Sleepers from Southern Ports, 417
  • - Litter Left by Visitors in Public Places and on Railways, 33
  • - Littleton Collieries, Limited, versus London and North-Western Railway Company, 99
  • - Locomotive Exports—see Railway Material Locomotives’ Use of Powdered Coal, 371
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Railwaymen with the Colours, Casualties, 143
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Special Train Derailed, Inquiry, 77
  • - London Electric Railways Company and Powers for Purchase of Land, 99
  • - London and North-Western Railway, Change of Running Superintendent, 33
  • - London and North-Western Railway, Collision at Bletchley, 143, 349
  • - London and North-Western Railway, Collision in Snowstorm at Wigan, 577
  • - London and North-Western Railway Decline to Reinstate Restaurant Cars, 311
  • - London and North -Western Railway Engines, Five New Four-cylinder Ones of the "Claughton" Type, 167
  • - London and North-Western Men with the Colours, Casualties, 555 ; Commissions, 325 ; Decorations, 11
  • - London and North-Western New Station at Kensal Green Tunnel, 303
  • - London and North-Western Railway, Refreshment Question, 487
  • - London and North-Western Rugby Engineer, Retirement, 213
  • - London and North-Western Steamer Connemara’s Fatal Loss by Collision ; Steamer Losses of the London and North-Western Railway Company, 417
  • - London and South-Western Suburban Electrification, Claygate and Waterloo, 439, 463
  • - Long Island Railroad Company, Trouble with Motorists at Level Crossings, 33
  • - Long Island Railroad, Improved Accident Record, 417
  • - Long Island Railroad Level Crossings Danger, 77
  • - Luggage in Advance Ceases, 531
  • - Luggage Limit and Women Porters, 463
  • - Luggage and the War, Dearth of Porters, 119, 463
  • - Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, Appointment of Chairman, 119
  • - Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway Company, Annual Meeting, 11
  • - Mansfield Railway Company, Progress' of Line, 325, 371
  • - Manila Railways in. Difficulties, 281
  • - Mechanical Stokers for United States Locomotives, More General Use Advocated, 577
  • - Melbourne Railways Electrification, Grave Delay in English Contracts, 55
  • - Metropolitan Railway—see Aylesbury
  • - Metropolitan Railway War Service Corps, Supply of Vegetables to Hospitals, 371
  • - Metropolitaine of Paris, Net Receipts, 11, 143
  • - Mexican Appointment of Civil Engineers as Inspectors of Railroads, 530
  • - Mexican Railway taken over by Mexican Government, 189
  • - Mexican Railways, Annulling of Contracts by Carranza Government, 281
  • - Mexico Citv, Excellent Electric Car Svstem. 531

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Mexico, Constitutionalist Railways Measures to Stimulate Emplovees1 Inventive Powers, 531
  • - Midland Railway General Manager, Temporary Government Appointment of Sir Guy Granet Terminated, 99
  • - Midland Railway’s New Line Through Bradford ; Time Extension, 167
  • - Midland Railway, Provision for Former Servants Discharged from the Army, 303
  • - Munition Workers and Railway Facilities for Holidays, 259
  • - Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroad, “Safety Line” Painted on Platforms, 259
  • - National Union of Railwaymen, Change of Secretary, 509
  • - National Union of Railwaymen and Military Service, 167, 213 ; and Casualties, 393
  • - New South Wales Government Railways, Test of Audible Cab Signals, 531
  • - New South Wales Railway Staff, Memorial to Members Fallen in War, 11
  • - New York City Avoided by Federal Express on Account of Outbreak of Infantile Paralysis, 259
  • - New York Elevated Railroad, Two Strikes, 235
  • - New York State Railways, Painting Car Ends for Street Safety, 463, 531
  • - New Zealand Railways, Mileage Open for Traffic, 290
  • - Nicaragua New Railway, 371
  • - Nigerian Railway Working Results, Statistics, 235
  • - Norfolk and Western Railway Company, Extension of Electrification, 259
  • - Norfolk and Western Railway Company’s New Type of Steel Coal Pier and Generally Forward Policy in Working, 33
  • - Norfolk and Western Railway Company’s Offer to its Men of Military Training Pay, 93
  • - North British Conciliation Scheme and Women Workers, 463
  • - North British Railway Bill and Oil Company Concessions, 33
  • - North British Railway Dividend, AV agon Question and Government, 509
  • - North British Railway, Landslide near Galashiels, 577
  • - North-Eastern Railway Company’s Mechanical Coaling Plant, 213
  • - North-Eastern Railway, Derailment at Scremerston, Report, 33
  • - North-Eastern Railway Shopmen, Advance in Pay, 235
  • - North London Railway Electrification, Accel eration of Speed, 281
  • - Ottoman Railway and the War, 303
  • - Painting Cars as a Safety Measure, 531
  • - Panama Railroad Men’s Eight Hours Dav, 393
  • - Panama Shops of Entre Rios Railway Damaged by Fire, 417
  • - Passenger Train Service, Curtailment, 487
  • - Passenger Trains, Limit of Weight for Luggage and Parcels, 463, 487
  • - Penistone Ahaduct, Reopening, 119
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad Electric Service between Philadelphia and Paoli, 77
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad Lines East of Pittsburgh. Record of Safetv and Observance of Rules. 189
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad Company’s Care for Shopmen’s Eyesight, 463
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad Men Called up for Mexican Service r Relief for Families, 213
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad Signal Lights, 259
  • - Permits for Certain Districts, Extension of Areas Prohibited, 303
  • - Petrol Reduction and Great Western Road Motor Service, 213
  • - Pooling of Wagons and Coal Transport, 303, 349
  • - Pooling of Wagons and Scottish Railway Companies, 393
  • - Postal Express, The West Coast. 74
  • - Powdered Peat as Fuel for Locomotives, Swedish Railway Experiments, 167
  • - Price-Williams, Richard, Notable Papers on Railway Matters, 281
  • - Pullman Ambulance Train for United States Army, 303
  • - Queensland Government Purchase of Chillagoe Railway, 555
  • - Quintinshill Signalmen’s Release from Penal Servitude, 555
  • - Rail Failures, Comparison between Open Hearth and Bessemer Processes, 487
  • - Railway Benevolent Institution, Subscriptions, 11
  • - Railway Expansion in Latin America, F. M. Halsey, 99
  • - Railway Men with the Colours, Analysis, 325, 509
  • - Railway Men’s Demand for War Bonus Increase, 143, 167, 213, 235, 259, 281, 325
  • - Railway Material and Rolling Stock, Exports Statistics, 55, 143, 349, 439
  • - Railway Materials, Some Foreign Specifications for. United States Bulletin. 325
  • - Railway Repair Shops at Minas Geraes, 143
  • - Railway Shopmen’s War Bonus, 325
  • - Railway Single Men and Military Service, 417
  • - Railways, Few Applications for New Orders, 509
  • - Reduction of Fares for Royal Show at Manchester, 33
  • - Road' to the East, Suggested New Route in Friendly Occupation, Sir Arthur Evans, 213
  • - Rolling Stock Wastage, 468
  • - Roumanian Port of Constanza ; Connection with Derby, 417
  • - Russian Locomotive Orders for Canada and the United States, 509
  • - Russian Railway Construction and Training of Engineers, 167
  • - “Safety First” Movement Results in Illinois, 555
  • - Salisbury—Trowbridge Line, Fatal Collision, 213, 235
  • - Sand Drags, J. B. Ball. 463
  • - San Francisco—Oakland Railway Signalling System. 439

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Schoolboys and War AVork in Holiday Time, 259
  • - Scottish Railways and Carted Luggage, 11
  • - Serbian Railwaymen Working in France. 167
  • - Siamese Northern Railway, Progress in Construction, 259
  • - Sierra Leone Government Railways Statistics, 281
  • - Signalling of a Colonial Railway, A. C. Rose, 439, 487
  • - Signalmen and Long Hours, 463
  • - Sleeping Car Berth Charges Raised, 189
  • - Sleeping Cars on British Railways, Analysis of Ownership, 555
  • - South African Railway Men for French Railways, 393
  • - South African Railways and Harbours, Estimates of Expenditure. 143
  • - South African Railways, Retirement of Sir Thomas Price, 39 ; Death, 303
  • - South African Railways, Satisfactory Annual Report, 99
  • - South Australia, Railway Commissioners for 189
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Grievance Against Railway Director Members of Parliament, 33
  • - South-Eastern, and Chatham Railway Steamer Engadine Towing H.M.S. Warrior, 33
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Steamer Queen Lost in Channel Skirmish, 417
  • - South India and Indo-Ceylon Connection, 463
  • - South Indian Railway Officers and Men with the Colours, 417
  • - Southern Pacific Railroad, Distinctive Colour for Cars, 531
  • - Southern Pacific Railroad and Increased Cost of Rolling Stock and Material, 393
  • - Southern Railway Company’s Poor Revenue, 417
  • - Spain, Southern Railways of, British Interests in, Transferred to France, 231
  • - Springs on Rolling Stock, Rare Failures, 55
  • - Stanley, Sir Albert, of Underground Railways and General Omnibus Company, made President, of Board of Trade, 531
  • - Steamship Services between England and Ireland ; Restored between Fleetwood and Belfast, 33
  • - Stranraer Train from Euston, Separate Running, 439
  • - Strawberry Traffic to Ireland and Scotland, 143
  • - Summer Time and Railwaymen’s Pay, 281
  • - Superheaters and Mechanical Stokers on Locomotives in United States and Canada, 259
  • - Survey for Jessore-Faridpur Railway, 439 Timetables, Free Supply to Hotels, andc., Withdrawn, 49
  • - Train Ferries between Sweden and England, 77, 417
  • - Train Services, Extensive Changes in January, 509
  • - Trains Stoppage, Excursion and Otherwise in Ireland, if Required, 487
  • - Transport, History, Theory and Present Organisation of, Lectures at the University of London, 213
  • - Transportation, Military, New Appointments, 393
  • - Tube Railway Workers’ Increased Pay, 281
  • - Turkish Government Cancels French and Franco-Belgian Concessions, 434
  • - Union Pacific Railroad, Measures for Flood Protection, 303
  • - Union Pacific Railroad Refreshments, 531
  • - Union of South Africa Railways, Rates in War Time, 119
  • - United States Army Hospital Train, 213
  • - United States Bureau of Standards Commerce Bulletin, 325
  • - United States, Carriage of Grain and Shortage in Wagon Supply, 393
  • - United States Census of Steam and Electric Railway Car Construction, 371
  • - United States, Export of Railway Material and Rolling Stock, 325
  • - United States, Export of Steel Rails, 213, 325
  • - United States Railway Dispute, 138, 167, 235, 439
  • - United States Railwavs and the Clayton Act, 213, 235
  • - United States Railways, Coal Supply, 349
  • - United States Railways and Oppressive Legislation, 452
  • - United States Railway Regulation, Government Investigation Ordered, 143
  • - Victoria and New South Wales, Inter-border New Lines, 167
  • - Victoria, Railwaymen’s Increased Minimum Wage, 371
  • - Victorian Railway Commissioners’ Annual Report, 509
  • - Wagon Demurrage, Midland Railway’s Action Against Haulage Contractors, 555
  • - Wagon Repairs, Action to Recover Siding Rent, 55
  • - Wagons, Privately-owned, Pooling, 59, 119
  • - Wagons and Wagon Sheets, Railway Charges, 55
  • - Wallneuk, Collision at, 235, 439
  • - War Bonus Cost to the State, 393
  • - War Bonus for Salaried Railway Staff, 167
  • - War Bonus and Wages Deductions, 463
  • - War Bonus and Women Railway AVorkers, 77, 325, 439
  • - War Bonus Who is to Pay it ? 325—see also Railway Men’s Demand
  • - Warminster Collision, Board of Trade Inquiry, 213, 235, 325, 393
  • - Waste Paper Sale on the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, 439
  • - Weedon Accident Unique of its Kind, 119
  • - Weight of Goods by Passenger Trains Limited, 463, 487
  • - Women Engine Cleaners at King’s Cross Shed, 259
  • - Women on London Electric . Railways, Facilities for Meals. andc.. 577
  • - Women Porters and AVeight Limitation, 463, 487
  • - Woodhead Tunnel, Great Central Railway, 55
  • RAINFALL Reports from Rochester, N.Y., 33
  • Refractories and Zirconia, 463
  • Rifles, Respective Merits of the Ross and the Lee-Enfield, 99
  • Riveting a Damaged Mountain on the West Shore Railroad. 531
  • Rolling Mill. Reversing, Large Electric-driven, 487
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Cardiff, 463
  • Rubber, Specific Gravitv-and Tensile Strength, 99
  • Russia, Economic Map of. 188
  • Russian Cellulose Industry, Proposed Working by Norwegian Company, 349
  • Russian Deficiency in Certain Minerals, Absence of Electric Furnace in Steel Manufacture, 325
  • Russian Projects for Encouragement of Electrotechnical Enterprises, 303
  • Russia’s Reconstruction of Waterway Connecting Archangel with Petrograd, 167
  • Russian Trade Openings in Machinery and Steel, 55

S

  • SAFETY First Campaign in London, 487
  • Salt Mines in Switzerland. 349
  • San Francisco, Proposed Five-mile Bridge, 314
  • Sands and Dust, Great Difference in Surface Area lyetween Coarse and Fine, 371
  • Savile, Captain W. H. B.. Assistant Engineer at Bristol Docks, Killed in Action, 213
  • Science in Education, Place of, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 11
  • Scientific Societies, Board of, 154
  • Sea Action. Maximum Theoretical and Effective Battle Range, Commander R. Earle, 439
  • Sea Salt Production on Colombian Coast, 439
  • Sewerage Systems in Canada, 393
  • Shaft Sinking by Cementation Process, 235
  • Shale Sample and Prospect of Oil from Natal, 303
  • Shanghai, Docks Extension, 577
  • Sheffield Trade in Terms of Increased Use of Electrical Power, 167
  • Shells in America, The Warrior at the Lathe, 303
  • Shells, Cast Steel, Successful Manufacture of, in the United States, 371
  • Shells, High-explosive, Record Production at Record Pay, 77
  • Shells Output by Allies and Germany, Large Figures, 577

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS:

  • - American Dreadnoughts, The Vanishing Ram, 509
  • - Anchor for United States Super-Dreadnought, 463
  • - Canadian Maritime Commerce, Satisfactory Conditions, 99
  • - Canadian Statistics of Shipping, 463
  • - Diesel Enginesand Steam Engines, Important Changes to Well-known Ships, 77
  • - Drifting Ship Repaired in Mid-ocean, 126
  • - Fusible Plugs, United States Steamboat Regulations, 119
  • - Geared Turbines to Replace Direct-connected Turbines in United States Destroyers, 259
  • - German and Austrian Ships Interned in United States Ports, 55
  • - German Construction of U-boats for Campaign Against Norwegian Ships, 463
  • - German Large Submarine Protected Cruiser in Course of Building, 281
  • - German Submarine Cargo Boat Deutschland, 143
  • - Germany’s New Mercantile Fleet, 143
  • - Great Eastern Company’s Steamer Colchester, Capture by Germany, 299
  • - Gyrostatic Stabiliser for U.S. Navy, Largest Steel Casting Ever Made, 99
  • - H.M.S. Duke of Albany, Armed Boarding Cruiser, Formerly Fleetwood-Bplfast Steamer, Sunk by Submarine, 189
  • - “Isherwood” Vessels, Statistics, 555
  • - Italian Cargo Vessel of 20,000 Tons Displacement, 167
  • - Japanese Shipbuilding Activity, 577
  • - Lloyd’s Register, Analysis of Lost Ships, 270
  • - Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, 333

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS (continued):

  • - Mexico’s Trade Conducted by Use of Foreign Ships. 143
  • - Molteno, New Water Scheme for. 303
  • - Motor Ship Peru, Burmeister and Wain, Launched, 299
  • - Naval Career in the United States, Battleship Tours to Encourage Taste for, 235
  • - Shipbuilding in Quebec, Inducements Offered for. Laying Down Plant. 33
  • - Ship Lengthened and Converted from Cargo Boat to Oil Tanker, 143
  • - Shipping Output and Food Control. 487
  • - Steel Ships on the Canadian Atlantic Coast, Cost of Building, 167
  • - Submarine’s Possibilities Against the United States, 509
  • - Submersible Boat, Simon Lake, 70
  • - Turbine Development in Ship Propulsion, 189
  • - Turbine Propelling Machinery for American Ships, 463
  • - United States Battle Cruisers and Guns, 235
  • - United States Battle Cruisers at 35 Knots, Possibilities with Coal or Liquid Fuel, 235
  • - United States Battle Cruisers and Need of New Docks, 119
  • - United States Battleship Oklahoma, Last to be Fitted with Reciprocating Engines, 555
  • - United States Battleship Oklahoma, Measurement of Fuel Oil in her Tanks. 531
  • - United States Battleships, Tenders, 487
  • - United States Navy, Geared Turbines for Destroyers, 303
  • - United States Proposed Law Requiring Certain Engineers in Ships, 213
  • - United States Repair Ship Prometheus, 303
  • - United States Shipbuilding Now in Progress, 143, 531
  • - United States Ships Maumee and Kanawha, Diesel Engines versus Steam, 417, 439
  • SIAMESE Calls for Tenders for Hydraulic Dredger, 281
  • Silicate Cotton or Silicate Fibre, J. Scott. 119
  • Silk, Artificial. Manufacture of, at Wolverhampton, 349
  • Silver Used in Moving Picture Production, 33
  • Skyscraper Limitations Imposed in New York, 167
  • Smithfield Show, Absence of Agricultural Implements, 303
  • Soldiers and Sailors, Training and Employment of, 568
  • Sound of Gunfire and Zones of Silence, M. Esclangon, 213
  • South Africa Suggested Establishment of Electro-chemical Industries, 555
  • South African Mines, Statistics of Labour and Output. 303
  • South America, Various Engineering Schemes, 349
  • South-Western Polytechnic Institute, Opening of Session, 110
  • Spelter and Zinc, Respective Outputs of Great Britain, Belgium, and Germany, 325
  • Stainless Cutlery : Absence of Corrosion but also of Sharpness, 303
  • Statue of Liberty, France’s Present to United States, Illuminated, 487
  • Steam Turbine Run Non-Condensing, Condemnation of System, 77
  • “Stolenite,” Mineral in California Used in Gambling, 143
  • Strains and Stresses : “ Strength of; Webs of I-Beams and Girders,” H. F. Moore and W. M. Wilson, 393
  • Strains in Working Engineering Structures, Instrument for Determining, 213
  • Strikes and Government Methods, 11
  • Submarine Gun, Satisfactory Test in United States, 143
  • Sugar Machinery for Natal and Zululand, American Competition, 531
  • Summer Time, Coal Saving in Manchester, 487
  • Superheated Steam at Sea, Gas and Steam Temperatures, H. B. Oatley. 33
  • Surface Combustion Process for High Temperature Laboratory Furnaces, 36
  • Sweden and Britain. Projected Scheme for Regular Daily Traffic, 33
  • Swedish Manufacture of Nitric Acid and other Chemical Products, 463

T

  • TECHNICAL Writing, Does it Pay? 371
  • Telephone Cables of Iron Suitable for Short Distances only, 213
  • Telescope, 72in. Reflecting, at Victoria, B.C., 189
  • Thermalene Gas for Welding, 417
  • Thompson, Silvanus P., The Late Professor, 539
  • Thompson, Professor S. P., Memorial, 65
  • Thymol formerly made in Germany from Indian Seeds, now made in United Kingdom, 55
  • Timber, Petrol Driven Cross Saw for, 417
  • Timber Prices and Wholesale Felling in the United Kingdom, 33
  • Timber Stumps, Excellent Results of Burning Process, 33
  • Tin Plate Manufacture, America’s Footing in Foreign Markets, 487
  • Tin Plate and Sheet Rolling, Failure of Efforts to Render Automatic, 531
  • Tins, Old, A Slump at Grimsby, 235
  • Tools for Lathes and Planers ; Welding High Speed Steel to Carbon Steel by Oxy-Acetylene Process, 99
  • Toronto Munitions Plants, Shortage of Labour, 119
  • Torpedo Attack and the Use of Nets in the United States Navy, 55
  • Tracing Cloth, Old, Good Use for, 73
  • Tractor for Artillery Haulage, Caterpillar or Four-wheel ? 189
  • Trade after the War, Financial Facilities for, Board of Trade Committee, 11
  • Traffic Statistics of New York, London and Paris, 393
  • Training Disabled Soldiers and Sailors, 314
  • Transit Facilities and Municipal Control, J. M. McElroy, 325
  • Tropical Countries of the Empire, Popular Lectures, Miss E. A. Browne, 270
  • Tuberculosis Sanatorium at Santa Maria, Projected Sanitation and Water Scheme, 281
  • Tungsten Deposits in California, 577
  • Tungsten Lamp Filaments, Life of, 487
  • Tungsten Lamp Manufacture Simplified, 393
  • Tungsten Ore Exports from the Federated Malay States, W. E. Kenny’s Mines Report, 33
  • Tungsten in Portugal, Rich Deposits, 577
  • Tungsten and Tungsten Alloys, United States as Leading Producer, 463
  • Tunnel, Mersey, for Chester and Lancashire Connection, Revival of Scheme, 509
  • Turpentine, Commercial, m Canada, Adulteration, 11
  • Typewriter, Noiseless, 167

U

  • UNIFLOW Engine for Steam Motor Car, 487
  • Union of South Africa Mines, Statistics of Output, 119
  • United States Army Appropriation Bill, Machine Guns, Lewis or Otherwise, 370
  • United States Canal Schemes, 463
  • United States Engineering Schools Students, Statistics, 119
  • United States Expenditure on War Munitions and Tools, andc., 325
  • United States Exports, Great Increase, 509
  • United States Exports of Machine Tools, 371
  • United States Exports of Motor Vehicles, 259
  • United States Great Increase in Use of Motor Vehicles, 281
  • United States Legislation in Regard to Strikes, 259
  • United States Machine Gun Board’s Report, 439
  • United States Naval Searchlight, Most Powerful in the World, 167
  • United States Naval fetation at Brooklyn, Rock Clearing, 434
  • United States Rural Roads and Bridges, Annual Cost, 509
  • United States Production of Manganese Ore, 99
  • United States Tax on Munitions Making Firms, 97

W

  • WAGES and Munition Production in America 189
  • War Bonus for Ironfounders of St. Helens, 281
  • War Damage in France, Statistics, 235
  • War and Light Motor Vans, 316
  • War Munitions Manufacture, American Need of Gauges and Special Tools, A. L. Humphrey, 167
  • War Savings at Siemens’ Woolwich Works, 281
  • War Unpreparedness and American Action, 167
  • Waste Land Cultivation by Metropolitan Railway, 559
  • Water Power Plant, Largest High Head in the United States and Canada, 99

WATER SUPPLY:

  • - Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge and Dukin- field, Mr. F. J. Dixon’s Report, 459
  • - Canada, Development of Waterworks Systems, 417
  • - Dunedin Water Supply, Proposed Extension, 99, 213
  • - Liquid Chlorine for Disinfection of Water Supply, 463
  • - Municipal Waterworks and War Service, 563
  • - Parana, Argentine, Water Supply, 371
  • - San Francisco, New System under Construction, 311
  • - Texas, City of 100,000 Supplied by Wells with Air Lifts, 213
  • - Tunnel, 18-mile, for Water Supply to Catskill Aqueduct, 555
  • - Victoria, British Columbia, Increased Water Supply, 417
  • - Wellington, New Zealand, Water Supply, 371
  • WELLAND Ship Canal in Canada, 167
  • Whale Destroys United States Motor Boat, 417
  • White, Sir William, Memorial, 51
  • Wind and Windmills, 281

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY:

  • - Dickson Island, Mouth of the Yenisei, Station for Sending Meteorological Telegrams to Petrograd, 528
  • - Fog Gun Fired by Wireless Control. 443
  • - Forest of 700 Miles between Manaos and Portovelho Causes Establishment of Wireless System, 531
  • - High Frequency, Advantage of, in Radio - Telegraphy, 349
  • - Paris and Washington, Difference in Longitude Established by Wireless Telegraphy, 189
  • - Spitsbergen, Wireless Station and Harbour on Island near, 325
  • - Use of Wireless Telegraphy in Small Installations, Increase, 213
  • WOMEN in Germany Training as Engine Drivers, 452

Z

  • ZEPPELINS- -see Aeronautics
  • Zinc Extraction by Electric. Wet Process, 11
  • Zinc Factory in Japan, 325
  • Zirconia as a Refractory, 463
  • Zuyder Zee, Scheme for Enclosure and Draining, 531

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