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A

  • ABRASIVE Manufacturing Plant, Large, at Quebec, 207
  • Acetone for Production of Synthetic Rubber, 97
  • Aerial Wire with the Key-Morse Apparatus ; Length Limitations, 119

AERONAUTICS :

  • - Aerodromes or Flying Fields, 55
  • - Aero Engines and Parts, Urgent Demand for, 163
  • - Aeroplanes in America, Difficulties with Four- bladed Propellers, 119
  • - American Inventor’s Aeroplane to End the War in Sixty Days, 141
  • - Aviation Engine Development, E. H. Sher- bondy, 541
  • - “Borrodising” as Preventive of Corrosion, 315
  • - Fireproof Varnish for Aeroplanes, 407
  • - Horse-power in Relation to Weight, Greatly
  • - Increased Proportion in Modern Aeroplanes, 497
  • - Long Distance Aeroplane Record by Italian Captain, J. Laurenti, 229
  • - Motors, Aeroplane, 10,000 Orders Taken by One American Firm, 229
  • - Planes of Flying Machines, Experiments in America, 547
  • - Postal Service by Aeroplane, 190
  • - Radiators, Aeroplane, Standardisation of, 234
  • - Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service, 552
  • - Seaplane for Training Purposes in the United States, Lieut. G. D. Murray, U.S.N., 519
  • - United States Aeroplane Makers and Metric Measurements, 229
  • - United States Airplane, Vacuum Chamber for Testing Engines, 541
  • - United States Aviation Engine, Advantages, 361
  • - Warning of Air Raids, Tests of Various Methods, 55
  • AFRICAN “Da” Fibre for Rope Making, 519
  • Agricultural Machinery for Ministry of Muni¬tions, 77
  • Agricultural Machines for France after the War, Government Action, 229
  • Agriculture by Mechanical Aids, Great Increase Expected, 119
  • Alcohol, Denatured, and Anti-freezing Precautions, 473
  • Alcohol and Petrol, Power from, 315
  • Alcohol, Synthetic, Manufacture on Commercial Scale in Switzerland, 207
  • Alloy, Copper and Zinc, Proportions and Use, 541
  • Alloy, New Anti-friction Type, 497
  • Alloy for Ships’ Propellers, 249
  • Alloy Steel Castings for Dies in America, 163
  • Alloys, Iron-Aluminium and Iron-Silicon for Electro-Magnetic Uses, 77
  • Alloys, Iron-Silicon, Acid Resisting Properties of, 163
  • Aluminium Output from Foyers and Kinloch- leven, 73
  • Aluminium Pistons for Internal Combustion Engines, J. Leopold, 55
  • Aluminium, Possible Extraction from Staffordshire Clay, 293
  • Aluminium Scrap, Fluxes for Melting, 473
  • Aluminium Scrap, Methods of Melting, 185
  • Aluminium Works in Hungary, 497
  • American Co-ordinating Committee on Exportation, 518
  • American Society of Civil Engineers Abandons Convention for 1917 owing to War Work Demands, 15
  • Amethyst Colour Development in Glass, 271
  • Ammonia Production in Germany, 76
  • Ammonia, Sulphate of, United States Production, 315
  • Anthracite—see Coal
  • Anti-Submarine Net at a Cost of Twenty Millions Sterling, A Suggestion, 293
  • Antofagasta Port Improvements, Tenders in London Called for, 163
  • Artesian Basin of Australia, Largest Known in the World, 385
  • Artesian Wells in Perth, Failure of Attempt to Utilise, 519
  • Artificial Colouring Matter in the United States, Large Capital Invested, 293
  • Artificial “Tides” Utilised for Coal Trans¬portation on the Ohio River, 293
  • Asbestos Industry of the United States, 229
  • Asphalt, Paraffin, andc., “Natural,” Produced in the United States, 163

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERING AND SHIP¬BUILDING DRAUGHTSMEN :
  • - HARTLEPOOLS SECTION :
  • -- (Tees-side and Hartlepools Branch) Second Annual General Meeting, 484
  • - LONDON BRANCH :
  • -- Annual General Meeting : Reorganisation of the Association, 357
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Autumn Meeting ; List of Papers, 198, 239
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • - Autumn Meeting, 24
  • - Diamond Formation, Lecture by Sir Charles Parsons, 497
  • - Memberships Question : Extra Election, 24
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • - Awards for Papers, 440
  • - DUBLIN SECTION :
  • -- Inquiry as to Available Hydro-electric Power in Ireland, 270

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Electric Steel Furnaces, E. Kilburn Scott, 55
  • - Non-Ferrous Metals Bill, 552
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Cadet Associate Membership, 207
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • - Proposals for Compulsory Adoption of Metric System, 177
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • - Before Easter Programme, 531
  • - Before Easter Friday Programme, 570
  • - Christmas Lectures, 464
  • - Donations for Experimental Research, 413
  • - Meetings and Elections, 24, 509
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • - Goods Clearing House System and Machinery Explained, Paper and Demonstration, A. W. Gattie, 39
  • SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • - Pyrometers and Pyrometry, 323
  • SOCIETY, OPTICAL :
  • - Optical Stores Captured from the Enemy, Lieut.-Col. A. C. Williams, 437
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • - Albert Medal Awarded to Mr. Orville Wright for Aeronautical Work, 11
  • - Awards of Medals, 11
  • - Howard Lecture by Mr. W. G. Fearnsides, Favourable Prospect for Iron and Steel Manufacturers in Eastern England, 361
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL :
  • - Abnormal Temperature, andc.; Daily Temperature at Greenwich, W. W. Bryant, 486
  • - Computation of Wind Velocity from Pilot Balloon Observations, P. Bolton, 570
  • - Twelve-hourly Barometer Oscillation, Dr. G. C. Simpson, 486
  • - Use of Monthly Mean Values in Climatological Analysis, E. G. Bilham, 570
  • ASTRONOMICAL Error in 1 B.C., 247
  • Atlantic Cable Used for Thames Bridge, 118
  • Australian Defence Department, Proposed Plant for Benzene and Toluene Production, 59

B

  • “BALSA,” Valuable New Tropical Wood, 541
  • Bangkok, Siam, Use of Electric Vehicles, Independent of Coal Supply by Use of Rice Husks, 429
  • Barrow, Record Amount of House-building, 337
  • Basic Slag for Agricultural Purposes, 385
  • Belt Transmission, Thickness Fallacy, 561
  • Bennis and Co., Lantern Slides, 384
  • Benzene and Toluene Production in Australia, 59
  • Benzol Production by Gas Authorities Un¬profitable at Present Price, 293
  • Benzol Production and Use After the War, 451
  • Bequest to University of Liverpool, 541
  • Birmingham Gas, Analysis of Use during Year, 141
  • Birmingham House Shortage and Town Planning, 97
  • Blackpool Cliff Protection, 315
  • Board of Trade Commercial Intelligence Department and New Industrial Develop¬ments in United Kingdom, 207
  • Boiler Corrosion Preventive, 271
  • Boiler Furnace Excess Air, CO2 Percentage Measurement, 519
  • Boiler House Operations, andc., Comparison between Steam Turbines and Boilers, Messrs. Otley and Pickles, 519
  • Bombs Dropped by Aircraft, Necessary Precautions, 55
  • Bonuses for Female Workers in France, 547
  • Boracic Acid in Arc Lamps, 97
  • Brass Melting by Electric Furnace, Investigation at Cornell University, 249
  • Bridge in California, Concrete Arch Span Settling Without Cracking, 55
  • Bridge Design, Economies of, Dr. J. A. L. Waddell, 497
  • Bridge Designs, Standard, for Ontario, 97
  • Bridge Erecting Methods, A Forward Step, 271
  • Bridge Piers Obstruction to Flow of Water, Forthcoming Paper by Floyd A. Nathan, 11
  • Brinell Hardness Test of Metals, Monsieur Guillery, 429
  • British-built Magneto on French Designs, 293
  • British Empire Food and Raw Material Resources, Imperfectly Utilised, 473
  • British Engineers’ Association, Annual Meeting, 105
  • British Industries Fair in 1918, 407
  • Building Cost to be Doubled for Many Years to Come, 141

C

  • CALCUTTA’S Motor Vehicles, 97
  • California and Earthquakes, 256
  • California, Large Unmapped Area of Fertile Territory, 185
  • Canada, Hydro-electric Power Possibilities, 429
  • Canada, Munitions and Supplies Purchased from, in Three Years of War, 497
  • Canada, Return of Industrial Activity, 407
  • Canada’s Metal and Mineral Production, 271
  • Canadian Scientific and Industrial Research, 55
  • Capper, Major-General J. E., Director-General of the Tank Corps, 229
  • Carbon and Graphite Electrode Manufacture in Norway, 429
  • Carbon Monoxide in Mines, Simple Test for Detecting even Minute Amount, 337
  • Cardiff, Election of Engineer and Surveyor, 541
  • Castings of Chromium-Copper Alloys, Method of Preparing, 315
  • Castings, Large and Small, Scrapping Economy, 22
  • Cellulose Acetate for Varnish Manufacture, 497
  • Cellulose Piping, Compressed, Satisfactory in General Use, 141; as Substitute for Metal, 385
  • Cement for Fastening Metal Parts to Marble, 97
  • Cement Industry in Japan, 249
  • Cement Mill near Guatemala City, Large Capacity and Low Cost of Product, 11
  • Cemented Surface, Coating by the Nicholl Process, 33
  • Ceylon, New Port at Aragam Bay, East Coast, 163
  • Charcoal and Conservation of Timber in Sweden, 337
  • Chelmsford, Works’ Sports for Charity, 196
  • Chemical Industry in Switzerland, War Scarcity of Raw Material, 315
  • Chemists, Industrial, National Association of, Proposed, 109
  • Chicago Meat-canning Factory’s Great Increase in Steam Generating Plant, 141
  • Chimney, 570ft. High, in Japan, 185
  • China’s Use of Electricity and Neglect of Gas, 315
  • Chinese Export Trade and Government Assistance, 119
  • Chinese Factories, Details of Industries and Equipment, 497
  • Chinese Imitation of Foreign Trade-marks, British Complaints, 141
  • Chisel, Best Method to Harden and Temper, 337
  • Chlorine, Best Temperature for Electrolytic Production of, 229
  • Christmas Gifts for the Labour Battalion, 462
  • Chromite Production in the United States, A Record Year, 337
  • Clay-working Cinders, Value for Fuel, R. G. Lovell, 451

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES:

  • - Anthracite Coal, W. H. Booth, 33
  • - Anthracite Discovery in the Alps, 337
  • - Calorific Value of Coal, Deterioration Since Outbreak of War, 271
  • - China, Pinghsiang Collieries, 163
  • - Coalfield Seams Burning in Large Area of the United States, 11
  • - Coal Mines, Breathing Apparatus, Scientific Research Council Inquiry, 97
  • - Coal Mining Regiments, Question of United States Raising them for France, 561
  • - Coal Shortage in North-West America, Prohibition of Shipments to Canada, 337
  • - Coal for Steam Production, Advantages of Welsh Anthracite, W. H. Booth, 33
  • - Controller of Coal Mines, Address and Code of Directions, 11
  • - French Output of Coal, 315
  • - India, North and West, Disappointing Coal Supply, Suggested Substitution of Hydroelectric Power, 315
  • - Indian Collieries and Use of Electricity, 11
  • - Indian Minerals, Coal the Most Important , 293
  • - Italian Coal Discovery, 97
  • - Oklahoma and Kansas, Shallow Coal-beds Working, 293
  • - South African Coal, High Percentage of Tar, 293
  • - United States, Possible Shortage of Coal, and Wood Fuel as Substitute, 185
  • COAL Gas for Motor Cars, 531
  • Cold Storage and Ice Making, Liverpool Experience, 429
  • Cold Storage Warehouses for United Kingdom Food Supply, 541
  • Commercial Alcohol from Damaged Potatoes 540
  • Commercial Motors, Annual Inspection of, Prizes, 552
  • Concrete, Best Colours for Colouring, 11
  • Concrete for Cheap Building, A House every Three Days, 407
  • Concrete Fence Posts and Attachment of Wire Fencing, 163
  • Concrete Fence, Reinforced, for Great Yarmouth, 385
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Action of Salt on, Professor H. J. M. Creighton, 572
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Examined by X-rays, 492
  • Concrete,- Reinforced, Injurious Action of Salt in the Philippine Islands, 561
  • Concrete Roads, Emulsified Asphalt for Main-- taining, 229
  • Concrete Silos for Wheat Storage in Australia. 497
  • Concrete for Small Buildings, 385
  • Concrete as a Substitute for Timber, Bricks, Iron and Steel, 396
  • Copper and Lead of Serbia Exploited by Germans and Austrians, 229
  • Copper, World’s Production of, 197
  • Coral Carving, Japan Endeavouring to Replace Italian Production, 519
  • “Corimite,” Insulating Material Made from Fish Offal, 451
  • Corrosion of Tinned Copper Sheets, 119
  • Cotton Spinning and Weaving Industry in Korea, 561
  • Crane, Floating, Largest Lifting Crane Built in United States, 407
  • Crane, 50-Ton Locomotive Jib, for Panama Canal Docks, Unusual Type, 119
  • Crinan Canal, Inadequacy of, and Suggested Replacement, 207

D

  • DANUBE Navigation and Ports for Increased Trade Development, 451
  • Death of Mr. W. J. Widdowson, 541
  • Decimal Coinage and Metric System of Weights and Measures, Opinions Invited, 361
  • Deoxidisation, Electrolytic Process Patented in the United States, 229
  • Diamond Drill Hole in New Jersey, Record Depth, 271
  • Diamond Formation, Sir C. Parsons, 497
  • Diesel Engine Driven by Peat Gas, 519
  • Dock, Royal Edward, at Avonmourh, Projected Enlargement, 519
  • Draughtsmen, Increased Pay, 413
  • Dry Rot in Timber, Drastic Action Necessary, 337

E

  • EGGS, New Method for Safe Delivery, 473

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Applications of Electricity, List of 3000 in Booklet, 77
  • - Arc Lamps, Uses of Boracic Acid, 97
  • - Arc Welding, Continuous Current Superior to Alternating, 541
  • - Arc Welding, Suitable Electric Conditions for, H. L. Unland, 407
  • - Armature Shafts on the Commutator End of Motors, Novel Method of Repair, 77
  • - Army Cooking by Electric Oven, 429
  • - Belfast, Electricity Supply Possible from Tidal Power of Strangford Lough, 163
  • - Blast-furnace Tap-holes Opened by Electric Arc, 541
  • - British and Metric Systems as Affecting British Electrical Trade, 451
  • - Calcutta, Cheap Current for Cooking and Heating, 11
  • - Capacity of Single Turbo-generator Units, Limitation in Size, 473
  • - Cattle Driving by Electricity, 141
  • - Cauvery Power Scheme in Mysore, Conveyance of Very Heavy Machinery, 119
  • - Centralisation of Power and Profit from Byproducts, Enormous Gains Possible, H. Wilson-Fox, 429
  • - Charging Plugs and Sockets for Electric Vehicles, 437
  • - China’s Preference for Electricity, 315
  • - Commercial Motor Vehicles, Electric, Projected Expenditure, 33
  • - Committee on Electric Power, Chairman and Additional Members, 11
  • - “Continuously Loaded” Paper—Core Cable for Underground Telephone, 97
  • - Current Transformers and Possible Registration Errors, 497
  • - Economy in Use of Electric Furnaces to Convert Steel Scrap into Castings, E. Kilburn Scott, 55
  • - Electro-Chemical Industries at Shawinigan, Quebec, 561
  • - Electro-Culture, Results of, on Garden Produce, 407
  • - French Production of Iron by Electric Furnaces, 11
  • - Furnaces, Government Permit and British Steel Making, 249
  • - Furnaces at Work in Great Britain, Statistics of Increase and Type, 11
  • - Generating Costs per Unit, J. Shepherd, 55
  • - German Pocket Torch with Hand-driven Dynamo, 429
  • - Harrogate, Proposed Installation of Byproduct Steam Boiler Plant for Electrical Supply, 163
  • - Indian Collieries and Electrical Winding, 11
  • - Indian Collieries, Electricity Replacing Steam, 11
  • - Insulating Material from Fish Offal, 451
  • - Japanese and the Australian Market for Electrical Supplies, 497
  • - Lamp Voltage, Standardisation of, 385
  • - Leeds’ Increased Electricity Supply, 429
  • - Morocco, Suggested Water Power Development and Electrification of Railways, andc,. 315
  • - Niagara Falls, Cost of Power from, 293
  • - Nickel Alloys Used for Centre Electrodes of Sparking Plugs, 451
  • - Optical Pyrometer for Works Use, 249
  • - Porcelain Insulators Made in the Transvaal, 519
  • - Power Transmission Lines Nearly 700 Miles in Length, 293
  • - Power Transmission Lines of Nevada, California Company’s System, Longest Yet Projected, 11
  • - Quebracho, for Cleaning Electric Insulators, 141
  • - Selenium Cell Produced by Californian Experimenter, Immensely Increased Sensitiveness, 33
  • - Standard Voltages of Electric Supply in the United States, 249
  • - Steel Mills, Rolling and Reversing, Advantages of Electric Motor Drive, 33
  • - Street Cleansing Vehicles in Sheffield, Satisfactory Economy Effected, 141
  • - Street Cleansing Vehicles ; Ten Years’ Life, 119
  • - Swedish Output of Electric Furnaces, 519

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • - Tata Hydro-electric Power Supply, Great Success, 561
  • - Taxicabs, Electric, in Detroit, 497
  • - Transmission Line Over the St. Lawrence River, Details of Erection, 77
  • - Tungsten Wire Importation for Electric Lamps, 450
  • - Turbo Alternator Development, History of, 519
  • - United States Electric Furnaces, Large Increase, 451
  • - Water Power and its Utilisation in France and Elsewhere, 561
  • - Wellington, New Zealand, Storage Battery Truck for Use on the Water Front, 361
  • ENERGY Required for Rain Production, J. Patterson, 473
  • Engineers’ Clubs in Manchester and in Philadelphia, 249
  • Engines, “Uniflow,” World’s Records of Efficiency, 141
  • Envelope-opener for Office Use, 119
  • Envelopes Placed in Typewriter by Machine, American Device, 163
  • Explosives Output in the United States, 163
  • Exports Prohibited by Board of Trade, Lists of Articles and Countries, 185
  • Eyesight of Workers, Offer by Institute of Ophthalmic Opticians, 519

F

  • FALL of a Stone to Earth’s Centre, Calculations of Time Required, 561
  • Federation of British Industries, New President, 413
  • Feed-water for Boilers, Troubles Due to Sodium Hydroxide, 77
  • Fiat Company’s Twenty-three Thousand Workpeople, 293
  • File-cutting Machines, First Recorded Use in this Country, 385
  • Fire-brick, Melting Points of Various Samples, 185
  • Fires in New York State, Large Proportion of Preventable Loss, 55
  • Fishing Boat to Catch 60,000 lbs. of Fish an Hour, 229
  • Flour Waste in Iron Foundries, Wood and Sawdust as Substitute, 141
  • Fluorine—see Water Supply
  • Food Production and Tractors ; Training Drivers, 315
  • Foremen’s Mutual Benefit Society, 397
  • Fruit Centres for Pulping or Drying Surplus Fruit, 180
  • Fuel, Alcohol, from Sugar Molasses in Australia, 337
  • Fuel Gas from Straw—see Straw
  • Furnace Design, Principles of, A. D. Williams, 293

G

  • GAS and Industrial Efficiency, 497
  • Gas, Natural, 40,000 Bore-holes in the United States, 497
  • Gas Replacing Petrol for Commercial Vehicles, 97
  • Gas Supply of America and Toluol for High Explosives, 271
  • Gas Supply and Investigation by Fuel Research Board, 55
  • Gas Traction, Joint Committee on, 393
  • Gauges Tested for Ministry of Munitions by National Physical Laboratory, Ten Thousand a Week Average, 11
  • German Use of Yeast for Manufacture of Buttons and Knife Handles, 97
  • Germans Dismantling Blast-furnace Plants for Use in Munition Works, 451
  • Germany, Coal Prices and Gas Consumption, 319
  • Glass for Cooking Utensils, Chemical Product, 293
  • Glass from German Firms, 112
  • Glass Tubing of Large Diameter, Simple Method of Cutting, 361
  • Glass, Window, Working Temperature of, 411
  • Glycerine Industry, Japanese, Developments, 138
  • Government Changes, 55
  • Graphalloy, 497
  • Graphite, Flake, from Ceylon and Madagascar, 135
  • Graphite in Oils, andc., To Obtain Permanent Suspension of, C. H. Bierbaum, 361
  • Graphite for Scaling Boilers, 473

H

  • HOLLAND, Blast-furnaces and Rolling Works in, Suggested Erection of, 77
  • “Horse-power Race,” Professor A. E. Kennedy, 119
  • House Deficiency in this Country, Local Government Board Inquiry, 519
  • Hungarian Aluminium Works for Exploiting Bauxite Deposits, 271
  • Hydraulic Power Installation in South Africa, The Largest, 293
  • Hydrogen, Atmospheric, Proposed Works for Production in Iceland, 519
  • Hydro-technical Laboratory in Italy, 415

I

  • INDIA’S Disappointing Coal Supply ; Suggested Substitution of Hydro-electric Power, 315
  • India, Survey of, Genera] Report, 293
  • Indian Agriculture, Mechanical Cultivation Progress, 249
  • Industrial Reconstruction Council, 530
  • Interest Chart, Marsden and Co., Limited, 162
  • Ireland, Inquiry as to Available Hydro-electric Power, 270
  • Irish Canals Placed under Control of Committee, 55
  • Irish Joint Committee of Engineers to Consider Peat Utilisation, 33
  • Irish Water Power Schemes, Tidal Power of Strangford Lough, 163

IRON AND STEEL:

  • - Alloy Steel Castings Used by American Drop Forging Manufacturers, 163
  • - Alloys, Iron Silicon, Acid-resisting Properties of, 163
  • - American Production of Steel Ingots and Castings, 11
  • - Annealing Temperatures for Nickel Steel, 385
  • - Atmospheric Effects on Sheet Iron, 315
  • - Australian Company Erecting Works for Home Supply of Spring Steel, Railway Wheels and Axles, andc., 207
  • - Chilled Cast Iron Car Wheels ; Effect on American Railways, 407
  • - Chilling of Cast Iron, An Accidental Discovery in the Eighteenth Century, 185
  • - Chinese Pig Iron for United States Shipbuilding, 451
  • - Corea, Output of Ore of Poor Quality but Abundant Quantity, 163
  • - Corrosion and “Borrodising,” 315
  • - Electric Motor Drive in Steel Mill Service, Advantages of, 33
  • - Electric Steel Furnaces, E. Kilburn Scott, 55
  • - Electric Steel Making and Limitation of Furnaces, 249
  • - German High-speed Steel, New Type, 541
  • - Hardening of Steel, Frenchmen’s Solution, 315
  • - Indian Pig Iron for San Francisco, 11
  • - Iron-Aluminium Alloys, Messrs. Yensen and Gat ward, 301
  • - Japanese Steel Works Projected for Manufacture of Plates, Rails, Square and Bar Steel, andc., 33
  • - Japan’s Use of Electricity in Steel Manufacture, 337
  • - Lincolnshire, North, as Centre for Steel Manufacture, 337
  • - Manganese in Fire-box Steel, Specified Percentage, 249
  • - Manganese Shipped from China to Japan, 429
  • - Molybdenite of Low Grade ; Cheap Process of Manufacture, 207
  • - Molybdenite Shipments from Quebec, 163
  • - Molybdenum Steel, Great Value of, as Gun Lining, 55
  • - New South Wales Manufacture of Steel Wheels, 141
  • - New South Wales Steel Works, Demand for Rails and Shipbuilding Plates, 249
  • - Reagent in Steel Investigation, Messieurs Le Chatelier and E. L. Dupuy, 451
  • - Resources and Production pf Iron and Other Metalliferous Ores, 109
  • - Steel Business Origin Claimed by an American, 541
  • - Steel Foundry in the Yangtze Valley, Japanese and Chinese Agreement, 119
  • - Steel Shortage in Canada; Shipping and Railway Needs, 141
  • - “Swedish” Iron and Hematite Supply, Favourable Prospect for East England Iron and Steel Manufacture, 361
  • - Tungsten, Uses in Electricity, 207
  • - United States Steel Castings, Percentages of Kinds of Steel and Methods of Productions, 11
  • - Wrought Iron, Cost of, Compared with Steel, G. G. Roberts, 315
  • IRISH Production of Antimony and Lead, 451
  • Irrigated Lands in Australia and the Barren Jack Dam, 473
  • Italian Government Schemes for Hydraulic Development, 361
  • Italian Internal Waterways, Periodical to Deal with Question, 185

J

  • JAPAN Boating—see Ships
  • Japan Builds 9000-Ton Steamer for British Owners in Less than Three Months, 207
  • Japan as Competitor in Incandescent Lamp Trade, 361
  • Japanese Glycerine Industry Development, 407
  • Japanese Scientists Sent to United States to Study Industrial Conditions, 385
  • Japanning Process, Double Operation, 337
  • Japan’s Copper Ore Output and Exports, 185
  • Java, Increased Sugar Production, 185
  • Jute Substitute in Russia, 77

K

  • KAISER and Czar in 1904, 207

L

  • LABOUR Accidents, Calendar of, 451
  • Lamp, Gas-filled Type, with Renewable Filament, 561
  • Land under Plough in England and Wales, Large Increase, 11
  • Lantern Slides, Bennis and Co., 384
  • Lead Mines in Flintshire to be Reopened, 97
  • Lead Production in Certain States of America 385
  • Lead Trade Development in Derbyshire, 429
  • Leicester Town-planning Scheme for After the War, 55
  • Lightning Flash, Length and Quantity of Electricity, 229
  • Lignite, Distillation of, for Tars, 451
  • Lincoln Housing and Town-planning Schemes, 497
  • Liquid in Air, Method of Determining Surface Tension of, 541
  • Liquid Ammonia, Latent Heat of Vaporisation of, N. S. Osborne and M. S. Van Dusen, 451
  • Liquids in Capillary Tubes, Bigelow and Hunter and Mr. W. D. Bancroft, 561
  • Locks on Canals, Comparison between England and Germany, 55
  • London County Council Training of Munition Workers, 127

M

  • MACHINE Shop for Ford Motor Company, Remarkable Construction, 407
  • Machine Telegraph Development, Anticipated Success, 429
  • McNicholl Process for Coating Freshly Cemented Surface, 33
  • Magnesia Bricks, Refractory Properties of, Messieurs H. Le Chatelier and B. Bogitch, 451
  • Magnetic Separators for Minerals, Varying Strength, 97
  • Magneto Industry, British Developments, 97
  • Manchester Corporation Omnibuses, Statistics of Running, 11
  • Manufactures Formerly Obtained from Germany, Demand in England, 77
  • Megaphones for Submarine Detection, 519
  • Metal Cutting by Revolving Smooth Steel Discs, 541
  • Metal Economy, Discovery of Wasted Dies, 561
  • Metals, Boiling Points of, and Pyrometric Work, C. R. Darling, 497
  • Metric System, Proposals for Compulsory Adoption, 77
  • Mid-Scotland Canal, Work for Demobilised Men after the War, 473
  • Milling Machines, C. Churchill and Co., 486
  • Mineral Wool, Pure White, Uses of, 385
  • Mines in the Transvaal and Kimberley, Prevention of Pneumonia in Natives, 293
  • Mining Plant in South Africa, 561
  • Mining Timber, Substitute for, Patented, E. Seward, 119
  • Ministry of Health, 552
  • Molybdenum—see Iron and Steel
  • Monazite Discoveries and German Control, 249
  • Monazite in Mysore, Disappointing Result, 361
  • Monazite Sands for Gas Mantles, Discovery in Ceylon, 249, 473
  • Motor Car Engines, Battery System of Ignition, 337
  • Motor Car Engines, Cracks in Water Jackets, 140
  • Motor Car Manufacture Replaced by Aircraft Motors, 519
  • Motor Car Weight and Improved Construction, 55
  • Motor Car’s Record Speed, 473
  • Motor Cars in America, Exhaust Cut-outs Discontinued, 361
  • Motor Industries, Technical Committee, Bodies Represented, 473
  • Motor Lorries for War Use Ordered in the United States, Large Orders, 293
  • Motor Lorry Accommodation, Better Utilisation of, 77
  • Motor Omnibuses, Taxation and Upkeep of Roads, 33
  • Motor Ploughing in England and Wales, Cost per Acre, 561
  • Motor Spirit, Standardisation of, Tests and Paper by Mr. Lomax, 429
  • Motor Taxation in France, New Formula for Determining, 337
  • Motor Tire Manufacture in America ; Own Mills and Own Cottonfields, 207
  • Motor Trucks and Automobiles for United States War Department, Standardisation and Large Output, 385
  • Motor Vehicles and Coal Gas, 315
  • Motor Vehicles, Gas-driven, 97
  • Motor Vehicles, Suspension System of Improved Type, 315
  • Motor Vehicles, to Value of Over Six Millions Sterling Ordered by the United States, 141
  • Motor Volunteers, City, and Invasion, 384
  • Mowra Flower, Important Raw Product in Hyderabad, 119
  • Municipal Engineering and Public Health, Effect of the War on, H. P. Boulnois, 328
  • Munition Workers’ Training under London County Council, 127

N

  • NATIONAL Association of Industrial Chemists, Proposed, 109
  • Natural Gas Used for Lighting Pisa, 271
  • Negro Emigration from Southern States of America Discouraged, 11
  • New South Wales Imports and Exports, 407, 497
  • New South Wales Mineral Output, High Value in 1916, 185
  • New South Wales, Value of Mineral Exports, First Quarter, 1917, 229
  • New York State Barge Canal Completion, 97
  • New York, Weight of Traffic and Pavement Composition, 429
  • New Zealand, Discovery of Scheelite, 55
  • New Zealand Government and Factory Heating Appliances, 473
  • New Zealand, Hydro-Electric Projects for the North Island, 97
  • New Zealand, Increased Cold Storage since War Outbreak, 561
  • New Zealand ; Sulphuric Acid Works in Christchurch, 385
  • Niagara Falls and Shortage of Water Power both in Canada and United States, 271
  • Nickel-Copper Ore, New Discovery in Ontario, 261
  • Nickel in Ontario, 80 per Cent, of World’s Supply, 497
  • Nitrates, Synthetic, in the United States, 315
  • Nitric Acid by Fixation of Atmospheric Nitro¬gen Process, Comparison of Cost by Different Methods. 11, 77
  • Nitrogen Products Committee’s Report, 541
  • Nitro-Starch as Blasting Explosive, Advantages of, 33
  • Noise of Trucks on Concrete Floor, Method of Deadening, 33
  • Nottingham City Engineer, Mr. A. Brown’s Long Service, 541

O

  • OIL for Burning, Advancing Price, 271
  • Oil-forming Conditions in the British Isles, W. H. Dalton, 519
  • Oil Production of the United States, 561
  • Omnibuses Run on Coal Gas Instead of Petrol, Great Saving in Cost, 11
  • Ontario Government and Net Fishing, 271
  • Optical Glass: The Real Introducers of New Materials, 473
  • Orange River Falls, South Africa, 407
  • Oven for Electric Cooking for Army Use, 385

P

  • PAINT as a Rust Preventive, Experiments, 319
  • Panama Canal, Big Docks to be Built, 315
  • Panama Canal and Railroad, Improved Health of Employees, 185
  • Paper and Lectures for West of Scotland Institute, Difficulty in Obtaining, 229
  • Papyrus in North Zululand, Company Formed to Utilise, at Christiania, 207
  • Paraffin for Motor Tractors, Question of Lower Prices, 293
  • Paris, Flood Prevention and Navigation Improvement Works, 293
  • Paris Tramways, Increased Working Expenses, 293
  • Patents, Statistics of Applications, 33
  • Peat Gas for Driving Diesel Engine, 519
  • Petrol Consumption in France, Restrictions and Reserve Stock, 385
  • Petrol Extracted from Natural Gas in the United States, 337
  • Petrol Imports into United Kingdom, 97
  • Petrol Production in the United States, 271
  • Petrol Shortage, Problem in United States, 361
  • Petrol, Synthetic, from Kerosene or Paraffin at Cost of 0.5d. per Gallon, 163
  • Petrol Waste, Mr. W. Joynson-Hicks on, 97
  • Petroleum in Burma, Increased Output, 249
  • Petroleum, Natural Formation Secret not yet Discovered, W. H. Dalton, 519
  • Piles of Steel Pipe with Concrete Lining, 337
  • Pistons for Internal Combustion Engines, J. Leopold, 55
  • Platinum, Difficulty in Finding Alloy for, 271
  • Platinum Discovery in Southern Spain, 271
  • Platinum in Manitoba, 406
  • Platinum for Military Purposes, 229
  • Platinum Output of the World in 1916, 11
  • Platinum Substitute ; Alloy of Gold and Palladium, 119
  • Ploughing by Motor Traction, Forty Acres in Six Ten-hour Days, 497
  • Plymouth Harbour, Development of Catte- water Lower Reaches, 473
  • Pneumonia Among South African Native Miners, Success of Inoculation, 185
  • Port Kembla, New South Wales, 385
  • Portugal and New Industries ; Large Iron and Steel Works, 229
  • Postal Services by Aeroplane, Established and Projected, 190
  • Potash from Feldspar, 229
  • Potash Salts Production in United States, 97
  • Potash Scarcity in Germany ; Trade Apprehensions, 473
  • Production Limit ; The Human Factor in Industry, G. E. Toogood, 537
  • Prohibited Exports from British Empire, 55, 77
  • Protected Occupations, Scrap Metal Collection, Dr. Addison, 38
  • Punch, Press Mud and the Ministry of Munitions, 271
  • Pyrometer, Optical, for Works Use, 249
  • Pyrometers and Pyrometry, Instruments Shown and General Discussion, 323

Q

  • QUEBEC New Dry Dock, Largest in the World, 141
  • Queensland, Mineral Output of, 515

R

  • RAGS of the British Army, High Prices Paid, 55

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS:

  • - Accident Due to Sleeping Engine Driver, 385
  • - Accident at Finchley-road Station, Need of Automatic Signalling, 271
  • - Accident Scotch Express, 561
  • - Accident to Soldiers’ Train in Yorkshire, 271
  • - Accident Tramway, at Dover, 185, 429
  • - Accidents, Prevention of, Harriman Medal
  • - Awarded to Illinois Central Railway Company, 6
  • - Air Raid Shelter in Hitherto Unopened Railway Tunnels, 407
  • - Air Raids and Ventilation of Tube Railways, 361
  • - Alaskan Railway, Completion Hastened to Bring About Advantages of all Kinds, 163
  • - Albert Medal for Life Saving, Award, 561
  • - Ambulance Train of Sixteen Coaches Built in Fifteen Weeks by Midland Railway, 229
  • - American Engineers and French Railways, 315
  • - American Engineers’ Plans for Spanish Railways, 407
  • - American Fatal Car Collision, 473
  • - American Freight Car Efficiency and Car Builders’ Association Rules, 97
  • - American Railroads and Coal, Analysis of Kinds Used, 249
  • - American Railway Authorities ; Conference to Reduce Clerical Work, 473
  • - American Railways—see also United States Railways and Inter-State Commerce Commission
  • - Ames, Oakes and Oliver, Constructors of First Transcontinental Railway Oyer the Rockies, 207
  • - Appointments and Changes of Personnel on Various Railways, 11, 33, 55, 77, 97 184 249, 337, 361
  • - Argentine Government and Railway Supply Questions, 77
  • - Association of Private Owners of Railway Rolling Stock, 73
  • - Australian Commonwealth Railways Bill, Non-Political Control, 337
  • - Australian East-West Railway, Cost, 451
  • - Australian East-West Railway; Projected Exhibition to Celebrate Opening, 229

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued)

  • - Australian East-West Transcontinental Railway ; Approaching Completion and Subsequent Train Service, 33, 77, 229, 337
  • - Bacteriological Car Laboratory Presented to French Army, 473
  • - Bakerloo to Watford, Lengthened Trains, 497
  • - Baltimore and Ohio Railway, Employment of Women, 42
  • - Barrow-in-Furness, Deficiency of House Accommodation, Strain on Railways, 207
  • - Beasley, Mr. A., Retirement from Taff Vale Managership and Appointment as Director, 33, 55, 97
  • - Belgian Locomotives in France, 55, 77
  • - Bombay, Baroda and Central India Company Builds Ambulance Trains, 67
  • - Brazilian Purchase of Locomotives to Expedite Food Supplies to Allies, 519
  • - British Railway Administration, Mr. Lynch’s Questions, 451
  • - Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg Scrap, Economical Treatment of Castings, 22
  • - Burma Railways Company’s Supplies for War Purposes, 561
  • - Business or Pleasure,Overcrowded Travelling, 455
  • - Butterworth, Sir A. Kaye, General Manager of North-Eastern Railway to Visit America on Behalf of the Government, 163
  • - Cab Penny Toll Dispute Settled, 561
  • - Cabs and Taxis and Railway Stations, Tolls, 163
  • - Cabs Use of Railway Stations, Position Defined, 163
  • - Caledonian Railway, Collision at Newton Colliery, Result of Inquiry, 55
  • - California and other States ; Level Crossing Regulations, 561
  • - Cambrian Railway Company’s Prizes for Well-kept Stations, 519
  • - Canadian Dominion and the Maritime Provinces, Intercolonial Railway Completion, 33
  • - Canadian Government Railways, New Rolling Stock, 229
  • - Canadian Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways’ Postponement of Adoption of Uniform Gauge, 330
  • - Canadian Northern Railway, Petition Against Government Purchase, 207
  • - Canadian Northern Railway Taken Over by Government—Question of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, 119
  • - Canadian Pacific Railway’s Projected Doubledeck Bridge at Toronto, 33
  • - Canadian Railway Association for National Defence, 519
  • - Canadian Railway Combination and Removal of Rails to France, 119
  • - Canadian Railway Commission, Cost of, 451
  • - Canadian Railway Revenues, 141
  • - Canal Control Committee, Annual Cost, 541
  • - Canal Transport for Coal and Heavy Goods Traffic, to Relieve Railways, 361
  • - Cape to Cairo Railway, Completion to Bukama on the Congo, 207
  • - Cars Partly Loaded Only; Photographs Sent to Traders to Induce Economy in Use of Railway Facilities, 207, 249
  • - Central Railroad of New Jersey, Economy in Card Passes, 473
  • - Channel Tunnel Project, Government Support Refused during War, 163
  • - Charing Cross Bridge Strengthening, Bill Passed, 11
  • - Chemin de Fer du Nord, Change of General Manager, 11, 77
  • - Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Accident, 385
  • - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Company, Saving of Fuel Due to Electrification, 459, 541
  • - Chicago and North-Western Railway and “Safety First” Post Cards, 33
  • - Children’s Home in Memory of South Indian Railway Engineer Killed in Action. 229
  • - Clayton Aniline Company and the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 271
  • - Coal Consumption on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad, 163
  • - Coal Control and the Coming Winter, 97, 315
  • - Coal for London, Rail-borne and Sea-borne in 1914 and 1917, 11
  • - Coal Mines in Ireland and Railway Facilities 429
  • - Coal Pooling in United States : Avoidance of, Delay in Shiploading, 337
  • - Coal Rate Differences, Anomalies of Transport, 451
  • - Coal Transport Reorganisation in the North- West of England, 429
  • - Coal Transport Scheme, Great Saving, 497, 519
  • - Coal Wagons to and from Collieries, Investigation of Delays, 497
  • - Coal Wagons and Private Ownership, 315
  • - Collection and Distribution of Goods, Reform Needed, 497
  • - Concrete Disintegration in Linings of Railway Tunnels in America, 163
  • - Copenhagen, New Underground Railway Stopped for Want of Material, 249
  • - Crane Accident on Breakdown Work, 293
  • - Death of Mr. William Smith, 361
  • - Death of Old Engine-driver Due to Heat, 97
  • - Death of Mr. W. R. Sykes, 293
  • - Difficulties of Railwav Service in War-time, 361
  • - Dividends, Interim, of Certain Railways, 141
  • - Drivers’ and Guards’ Difficulty in Regard to Food and Lodgings When Away from Homes, 97
  • - Eastern Bengal Railway Survey for Ferry Boat Service on Jamuna River, 191
  • - Economies of Railway Operation in America, Committee Appointed, 18
  • - Economy and Free Travelling of Conference Delegates, 407
  • - Electric Headlights Replace Oil on Baltimore and Ohio Locomotives, 451
  • - Electric Locomotive Built in Manchuria, 519
  • - Electrification of 211 Miles of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St.. Paul Railroad, 271
  • - Elmira Water, Light and Railroad Company and Repair of Armature Shafts, 77
  • - Employers’ Liability, Trial Ends in Verdict for the Railway, 497

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • - Erie Railroad, Discontinuance of Numerous Passenger Trains, 77
  • - Exhibition of Produce of Allotment Holders on the London and South-Western Railway, 229
  • - Fares Increase on London Railways, 229
  • - Fares Increase Unlikely to be Further Extended, 519
  • - Federated Malay States Railways, Favourable Financial Position, 473
  • - Fine for Letting Wagons on Hire Without Government Permit, 481
  • - Fire Outbreak on Ammunition Train ; Rewards foi Courageous Work of Staff, 337
  • - Flashlights at Level Crossings on the Furness Railways, Source of Economy as well as Safety, 519
  • - Flowers for Manchester Hospitals, Railway Arrangement for Delivery, 141
  • - Food Instruction Trains in the United States, 271
  • - France, Northern Railway Chief Engineer Resigning Post, 11
  • - Free Travelling for Army ReServe Munition Workers, 385
  • - Free Travelling for Merchant Seamen Dis¬charged at Other than Usual Port, 337
  • - Freight Train Loads on Eastern Railways of United States, 249
  • - French Railways, Percentage of Expenditure to Receipts, 292
  • - Fuel for Locomotives, Report of Committee on Powdered Coal to International Railway Fuel Association, 33
  • - Fuel Scarcity and Utilisation of Russian Schist for Locomotive Boilers, 451
  • - “Full Crew” Rule in New Jersey, 519
  • - Geddes, Sir Eric, First Lord of the Admiralty, Continuance of Relations with North- Eastern Railway, 207
  • - Genoa to Milan Line, Great Loss of Life Due to Derailment of Express Train, 163
  • - German Increased Railway Fares and Demurrage Charges, 229
  • - Goods Storage and Handling in United States, Threatened Troubles, 185
  • - Goods Traffic Increase under Government Control, 141
  • - Government Appointments for Railway Officials, 119
  • - Great Eastern Company Gives Facilities for Coal Storage for Use with Farm Machinery, 97
  • - Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Opening of Parsik Tunnel near Kalyan, 33
  • - Great Northern (U.S.A.) and Northern Pacific to Keep Posts for Enlisted Employees, 11
  • - Guns versus Locomotive. Manufacture, Beyer, Peacock and Co.’s Difficulties, 385
  • - Haiderabad, Serious Railway Collision, 163
  • - Harcourt-street Station, Dublin, Second Accident to Engine on Same Spot, 207
  • - Highland Railway, Late Chief Engineer as Divisional Food Commissioner for North Scotland, 185
  • - Horse Transport, Controller Appointed, 473
  • - Illinois Central Line Speed Reductions and Resulting Losses, 497
  • - India, Defence of, Government and War Transport Railway Facilities, 315
  • - India, Design and Inspection of Girder Bridges, 407
  • - India, North-Western Railway to Use Oil Fuel, 293
  • - Indian Railways Supplies to Mesopotamia, Unexplained Loss, 163
  • - Indian Traffic Controller Appointed, 141
  • - Indo-Ceylon Connection Working at a Loss, 451
  • - Injury Claim Refused on Ground of Negli¬gence, 11
  • - Injury to Employees,- Notice to Men Seeking Employment, 11
  • - Interavailability of Season and Traders’ Tickets, Restrictions Withdrawn, 361
  • - Interborough Rapid Transit Company’s New York Traffic, 536
  • - INTER-STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION :
  • -- Car Service Division Formed to Deal with Distribution Exchange and Return of Freight Cars, 163
  • -- Rates Increase, Application Renewed by Railway Companies, 385, 463
  • -- Trainload Statistics, 33
  • - Irish Branch of the National Union of Railwaymen, 315
  • - Irish Collieries and Need of Railways, 97
  • - Irish Munition Workers and Christmas Travelling, 429
  • - Irish Permanent Way Men Returned from France to Ireland, 77
  • - Irish Railway Engineers’ Strike, 33
  • - Irish Railway Men’s War Bonus Increased to English Level, 229
  • - Irish Railways Claims in Respect of Rebellion of Easter, 1916, 519
  • - Irish Railways Exempt from 50 per Cent. Increase in Fares, 163
  • - Irish Railways, Wagon Demurrage Regulations, 296
  • - Irish Seaside Resorts and Limited Travelling, 55
  • - Irish Train’s Remarkable Speed, 315
  • - Italian Coal Scarcity Involves Train Reduction, 497
  • - Italian Government Increase in Railway Fares, 519
  • - Italian Minister of Transportation, 11
  • - Italian State Railways, Satisfactory Finance, 249
  • - Japanese Mission to Study American Transport and Industrial Conditions, 519
  • - Kentucky Coalfields and the Virginian Railway, Suggested Purchase by United States President, 207
  • - Kobe’s Elevated Railway, 561
  • - Leeds and Liverpool Canal Company and Government Control, 293
  • - Lewis, J. T., S. Indian Railway Engineer Killed in Action, Children’s Home in Memory of, 229
  • - Light Railway Commission, Retirement of Colonel Boughey, 361
  • - “Limited Mail,” Origin of Term, G. P. Neele, 229
  • - Live Stock at Large on Texas and Pacific Railroad, 211

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued): .

  • - Live Stock Trespassing on American Railways, Action by all Companies, 249
  • - Liverpool, Increase in Railway Haulage Charges, 271
  • - Locomotive and Railway Material, Exports from the United States, 249
  • - Locomotives for Burning Pulverised Fuel, 33
  • - London and North-Western Hotel at Birmingham, Extensions, 193
  • - London and North-Western Railway versus J. Sankey and Son, Carriage of Wheels, 55
  • - London and North-Western Railway, War Casualties, 229
  • - London and North-Western Railway, Decorations, 519
  • - Louisville and Nashville Railroad and Western Union Telegraph Ccmpany’s Poles, United States Government Intervenes, 97
  • - Madrid to Construct Electrical Underground Railway, 185
  • - Manchester Train Service Changes, Midland Railway, 429
  • - Mechanical Stokers on Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 385
  • - Melbourne, Railway Electrification in, 451
  • - Meyrick Park, Bournemouth, Halt Closed,407
  • - Midland Railway Collision at Derby, 407
  • - Midland Railway, Derailment of Passenger Train, 271
  • - Motor Cars and Unprotected Railway Crossings, Tennesee Law, 229
  • - Moving Trains, Fatalities Caused by Entering and Leaving, 229
  • - Munition Work in Indian Railway Shops, Increase of Employees, 229
  • - NATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYMEN :
  • -- Annual Report, 97
  • -- Air Raid Demands, 519
  • -- and Board of Trade, 293
  • -- Deaths in Action or from Wounds, 185
  • -- and Mr. J. H. Thomas, 293
  • -- Mr. J. H. Thomas’ Autobiography, 451
  • - Newfoundland, Four Hundred and Twentieth Anniversary of Discovery, 293
  • - New Jersey and Discontinuance of Numerous Trains by Erie Railroad, 77
  • - New Jersey Public Utilities Commission and Curtailment of Train Service, 168
  • - Newport Light Railways Order, 419
  • - New South Wales, Increased Railway and Tramway Rates, 356
  • - New South Wales Railways, Increased Outlay, 451
  • - New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, Reduction in Passenger Trains, 141
  • - New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, Successful Financial Management and Retirement of President, 10
  • - New York State, Rapid Transit System, 153
  • - New Zealand Locomotive, Satisfactory New Type, 527
  • - New Zealand, New Rolling Stock, 561
  • - New Zealand Railways, Traffic Statistics, 385, 429
  • - New Zealand, Trolley Accident in Tunnel, 141
  • - North British Railway Company Increases Salaries and Pays Income Tax of Staff, 207
  • - North-Eastern Railway Allotment Holders and Goat Keepers, 271
  • - North-Eastern Railway, General Manager to Visit America, 163
  • - Northern Pacific Railway Dining Car and the War, 42
  • - Oil, Domestic Production, Broxburn Oil Company and the North British Railway, 11
  • - Oil Shortage and Gas-lighted Railway Carriages, 397
  • - Oil Substituted for Coal on the Western Indian Locomotives, 519
  • - Open Cars for Transport of Goods, Use Forbidden Except for Public Service, 541
  • - Overcrowding at Business Hours, Increased Train Service, 385, 455, 497
  • - Overcrowding on Suburban Lines, 429
  • - Oxted Tunnel Failure and Re-opening, 97
  • - Panama, Projected Railway on Atlantic Coast, 55
  • - Parcels Traffic and Stamp System, 508
  • - Pennsylvania and New York Central Railroads’ Reduction of Passenger Trains, 97
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad Improvements, Suggested Electrification, 83
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad, Men of Foreign Birth, Analysis ; Purchasers of Liberty Bonds, 473
  • - Pennsylvania Railroad and Military Service, 315
  • - Perishable Traffic in America, Wagons in Sidings, 407
  • - Permanent Way, New Type, Demonstration at Townsville, Queensland, 561
  • - Peru, American Locomotives Preferred by, 141
  • - Peru, New Railwav to be Financed in New York, 119
  • - Porters’ Tips and Compensation Question, 519
  • - Prosser, Mr. E. A., Manager of Taff Vale as well as of Cardiff and Rhymney Railways, 33
  • - Queensland Government Railways, Investigation, 337
  • - Queensland Government Railways Report, 561
  • - Rails, Steel, Manufacture in Sputh Africa, Trade Impetus Due to War, 229
  • - RAILWAY BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION :
  • -- Increased Income, 11
  • -- Prince of Wales as President, 77
  • - Railway and Canal Commission Court, Trials Postponed to End of the War, 97
  • - Railway Clerks, Male and Female Wages Increase, 561
  • - Railway Clerks’ War Bonus and Superannuation, 271
  • - Railway Crossing Sign in South Carolina, Use as Advertisement Forbidden, 33
  • - Railway Engineer Regiments for France, Nine Called for in the United States, 15
  • - Railway Executive Committee’s Agreement with Men’s Union as to War Wages, 141
  • - Railway Material Exported from the United Kingdom, 11, 77, 185, 315, 385, 497

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - Railwaymen’s Fifth Increase in Pay since War Began, 119
  • - RailwayMen’s Further Advance in Pay, 473, 497
  • - RailwayMen’s Pay and Government Agreement, 519
  • - Railway Officials Lent to Government but Paid by the Railways, 207
  • - Railway Purchase in the United Kingdom, 541
  • - Railway Returns for 1913, Last Published in Complete Form, 229
  • - Railway Shopmen’s War Bonus, 33, 119
  • - Railway Workers’ Wages, New Adjustment, 185
  • - Railways, Future of, Under Consideration by Board of Trade, 429
  • - Reduction in Train Services, 119
  • - Reduction, Further, in Train Services Im¬probable, 519
  • - Risk Rates and Companies’ Responsibility, 561
  • - Road, Rail and WTater Transport in France, 541
  • - Russian Railway Improvements, 451
  • - Russian Road-beds, Russian Railway Working Difficulties, 293
  • - “Safety First” Competition for London Drivers, 249
  • - St. Pancras Station, Wholesale Thefts from, 473
  • - Sao Paulo and Boituba Lines, Conversion to Electric Traction, 429
  • - School Holidays and Railway Travelling, 385
  • - Season Ticket Irregularities ; Greater Strictness Enforced. 315
  • - Season Ticket Price Increase and Government Control, 429, 519
  • - Season Tickets to East London Stations, 77
  • - Season Tickets Inter-Availability, 11, 361
  • - Selous Siding, Rhodesian Railways, 55
  • - Shire Highlands Railway, Survey for Extension from Blantyre to Lake Nyasa, 207
  • - Signalling and Engine Head Lights Colour Confusion, 361
  • - Signalling, Great Need for Automatic System to Prevent Accident, 271
  • - Signals, Colour Experiments on Different Lines, 337
  • - Skilled Railwaymen and War Services, 315
  • - Soldiers’ Fatal Train Accident in Yorkshire, 249, 271
  • - Soldiers’ Leave and Travelling by Train, 141
  • - Soldiers’ Week-end Travelling, Regulations, 497
  • - South African Finance, Increased Revenue from Railways and Harbours, 51
  • - South African Government Order for Superheater Mountain Type Locomotives, 33
  • - South African Railway Stores, Improved Methods. 407
  • - South African Railways Engine Shortage and Traffic Restrictions, 429
  • - South African Railways Signalling Installations, 407
  • - South-Eastern and London, Dover and Chatham Companies’ Dividends, 97
  • - South Indian Railway Company and Ceylon Government, 451
  • - Soutnern Pacific, Cheap Transportation of Goods, 293
  • - Southern Pacific Company’s Short Cut Across the Great Salt Lake, 541
  • - Southern Railway Discourages Negro Emigration from Southern States, 11
  • - Southern Railway Record of Safety, 163
  • - Speed of Trains in United States, Evil Effect of Unnecessary Restrictions, 541
  • - Stanley, Sir Albert, Presentation from Underground Companies to Former Managing Director, 53
  • - State-owned Railways of the World Not One-third of Total, 55
  • - Steel Substitution for Timber in Car Construction, Saving of Timber Effected, 541
  • - Steel versus Wooden Coaches for United States Railways, 119
  • - Stone Throwing at Trains, 315
  • - Summer Train Services Abandoned, 54
  • - Sweden’s Great Shortage of Rails, 451
  • - Swedish Transport Bureau to Control Rolling Stock, 119
  • - Switzerland, No More Passenger Trains on Sundays, 271
  • - Taff Vale, Cardiff and Rhymney Railways under Joint Managership, 33, 55, 77, 97
  • - Telephone Tests on the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad, 55
  • - Theft of Goods in Transit, Railway Law, 337
  • - Thefts of Goods from Railways, 249
  • - Tie-plates Attachment to Sleepers, New Type of Plant, 11
  • - Track and Bridge Reconstruction on South African Railways, 429
  • - Track and Rolling Stock for Military Transportation in France, from United Kingdom, India, Australia and Canada. 11
  • - Traffic between England and Wales and Scotland, No Choice of Routes, 519
  • - Traffic Interchange between Furness and Other Railway Lines, 249
  • - Train Overturned by Storm on Kohat Thai Railway. 77
  • - Training of United States Troops, Assistance of the Long Island Railroad, 361
  • - Trains and Railway Changes in October, 293
  • - Tramcar, Fatal Derailment at Dover, 185, 429
  • - Tramway Receipts Increase in the United Kingdom, 185
  • - TRESPASSING ON UNITED STATES RAILWAYS :
  • -- “Disgraceful ” Neglect of the Law, 541
  • -- Military Control and Reduction of Accidents, 22
  • - Underground Routes between Certain Stations, Eastbound or Westbound as Preferred, 229
  • - Union Steel Corporation of South Africa, Steel Rail Manufacture, 229
  • - United States Cars Rebuilding, Large Amount of Timber Employed, 561
  • - United States Census of Railroad Employees of Military Age, 541
  • - United States Expeditionary Force in France Director-General of Transportation, 337
  • - United States Government and Loans to Railways, 315

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :

  • - United States Government Supplies, Success of Transport Arrangements Due to Pooling of Cars, 337
  • - United States Military Service and Railroad Labour Stress, 330, 385
  • - United States National Defence, Rolling Stock or Additional Power and Terminals, 77
  • - United States Passenger Train Economy, Results, 389
  • - United States Passenger Train, Reduction and Coal Saving, 42, 77, 185, 389
  • - United States Production of Rails, Greatly Increased Output, 185
  • - United States Railway Dining Car Service and Food Saving, 541
  • - United States Railway Employees Not Exempted, as a Class, from Military Service, 141
  • - United States Railway Equipment and Supplies, Enquiry by Mr. H. C. Hoyle, 385
  • - United States Railwaymen’s Wages Demand, Action by President Wilson, 451, 561
  • - United States Railways Fiscal Year, 407
  • - United States Railways, Mileage of Signalling and of Train Despatching by Telegraph and Telephone, 496
  • - United States Traffic, Measures for Improvement and Coal Saving, 185
  • - United States War Board’s Appeal for Railroad Concentration on the War, 219
  • - Victoria, Increase of Railway Fares and Freight Charges, 207
  • - Victorian Government Railways, Superheaters and Fuel Saving, 185
  • - Victorian Railways Working, Mr. T. R. Johnson Appointed as Commission, 33
  • - Volunteers, Position of Railwaymen in the Event of Invasion, 473
  • - Wagon Ropes, Railway, Pooled, 77
  • - Wagons for Collieries : Board of Trade and Private Ownership, 300
  • - Wagons for France Built in the United States, 451
  • - Wardle, G. H., Rises from Clerk to Board of Trade Secretary, 185
  • - War Gardens on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 315
  • - War-office Department for Railway Control, Expenditure, 407
  • - War Work Volunteers and Travelling Facilities, 429
  • - Weight of Trains, Varvinsr Methods of Calculation, 119
  • - Western Australia, Railway Freight Shortage Due to Lack of Ships for Wheat Transport, 11
  • - Western Australia Railway Wagons and the Vacuum Brake, 33
  • - Western Australia, Traffic and Finance Statistics, 55
  • - Women Employees for the Pennsylvania Railway, Preliminary Inquiry, 22
  • - Women’s Labour in Transport Work, 229
  • - Women of the Midland Railway and the Rifle Club, 337
  • - Women at Military Hospitals, Reduced Fares for, 271
  • - Women as Permanent Way Gang on the Lehigh Valley Railroad, 271
  • - Women as Special Constables on the Great Eastern Railway, 271
  • - Wooden Cars for Passenger Trains in the United States, Steady Withdrawal from Service, 119
  • - Y.M.C.A. Work on United States Railway, Transport of Troops, 36)
  • RAIN-MAKING Plant in Australia, 497
  • Refrigerating Stores Capacity in United Kingdom, 361
  • Reinforced Concrete—see Concrete
  • Research Work and Educational Scheme for Benefit of Cotton Industry, by Messrs. Tootal, Broadhurst, Lee and Co., 207
  • Resources of Iron—see Iron
  • Reversing Mill, Electrically-driven, Recently Installed, 77
  • Road Vehicles, Mechanically-propelled, Large Increase, 361
  • Roads and Tarspraying, Details of Labour and Material, 337
  • Rope Drive, Longest Known Life of, 519
  • Rope Drive, World’s Highest Velocity, 519
  • Rotary Flying Engines, American Want of Success in Production of, 519
  • Rubber, Synthetic, Manufacture by Germany, 97
  • Russian Cotton Seed Oil Industry, 185
  • Russian Exhibition, 118
  • Russian Oil Production, High Rate in Spite of Labour Shortage, 33
  • Russia’s Pre-war Industries, British Capital Employed, 33

S

  • ST. PAUL’S Cathedral, Strengthening of Piers of Transept, 207
  • Salt Production in Russia, Analysis of, 163
  • Salt Roadway in Utah, Advantages of, 473
  • Sanitary Work in the Army, Major A. J. Martin, 328
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Department’s New Address, 77
  • Searchlight Improvements and Experiments in Germany, 77
  • Seine Improvements, to Check Floods and Aid Navigation, 141
  • Sewage Plant in America, Activated Sludge Compared with Percolating Filters, 561
  • Sheet Metal Industry, Employers’ Joint Committee Meeting, 420
  • Shell Forgings, Temperature Considerations, 249
  • Shell Output in America, 97
  • Shells, Immensely Increased Output, 33
  • Shells Used in Capture of Messines, Estimated Weight of Steel, 33

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • - American Shipbuilding versus German U-boats, 234
  • - American Steamers Converted to Diesel- engined Ships, 82
  • - Cadiz, Abandoned Shipbuilding Yard to be Re-opened, 185
  • - Canvas as Auxiliary in Steamships Not Required in Diesel-engined Vessels, 207
  • - Charts, Serious Errors Discovered, 407
  • - Concrete Ship Designed at San Francisco, 119 Concrete Ships, Advantages and Cost, 185
  • - Diesel Engines for Submarines in the United States Navy, Attempt to Dispense with Air Starting Valves, 163
  • - Durban, Electric Coaling Plant of New Design, 429
  • - German Diesel-driven Motor Ship Wilhelm A. Riedermann, 429
  • - German Submarines, Size and Number Stated to be Much Exaggerated, 207
  • - Hong-Kong Shipping Analysis, Increase of Vessels Using the Port, 185
  • - Hulls of Sea-going Vessels, Composition for Dressing, 561
  • - Italian Measures Against Submarine Attack and for Re-construction of Mercantile Marine, 225
  • - Japan, Absence of Pleasure Boating and Small High Speed Petrol Motors, 55 ; (Letter), 384
  • - Japanese Ports, Percentage of Japanese and Foreign Vessels, 140
  • - Japanese Ships Built at Tsurumi, Japan, Warships as well as Merchantmen to be Home Built, 163
  • - Japan’s Shipbuilding Capacity, Great Extension of, 385
  • - Merchant Ships Under Construction in American Shipyards, 361
  • - Norwegian Iron and Concrete Ship Launched, The First, 163
  • - Nova Scotia’s First Home Built Steel Oceangoing Steamer, 185
  • - Panama Canal Terminals Supply Boats, 451
  • - Russian 50-Ton Submarines, 175
  • - Schooner Yacht America, Her Destination, 407
  • - Shipbuilding Berth in Canada, Largest Enclosed for Canadian Vickers Limited, 361
  • - Shipbuilding in the United States, Statistics, 55
  • - Standard Ship, First Under War Conditions, Built at Chepstow, 541
  • - Standard Steamers, Completed, Started and Sunk, 519
  • - Standardised Ships of Cast Steel Constructed at Rate of More than One a Day, 207
  • - Submarine Boat, First Recorded in 1640, 33
  • - Submarine Chasers Ordered from United States for British and Italian Governments, 385
  • - Submarine Detection by Megaphone, 519
  • - Submarines, Exchange of Periscopes for Lenses on Either Side of the Vessel, 141
  • - U-Boat Dangers, Suggestion to Net the North Sea, 141
  • - U-Boats Failure to Impede Military Operations, 407
  • - United States Call for American Sailors for their New Merchant Marine, 141
  • - United States Collier Jupiter, Safe Arrival with Wheat Cargo in France, 33
  • - United States Emergency Fleet, Details of Contracts, 33
  • - United States Motor-driven Superdreadnought Tennessee, 249
  • - United States New Dreadnoughts, 407
  • - Warship Losses, Causes of, Comparison between Gunfire, Submarines and Mines, 207
  • - Whitby, Prospect of Shipbuilding, 541
  • - Wooden Ships to be Built in Canada, Steam- driven, 141
  • - Wooden Ships 100 Years Old, 229
  • - Wooden Vessels, Best Metal for Screw Shafts, 229
  • SIAM, Projects for Systematic Irrigation, 207
  • Silica Bricks, Superiority over Fireclay, 315
  • Silver’s Increased Price, 293
  • Silvertown Works Fire, Exaggerated Report’ 163
  • Slide Rale, Pamphlet on “Useful Engineers, Constants,” andc., J. A. Burns, 260
  • Smokeless Fuel for United States Navy, 385
  • Soap Substitutes in Germany, 119
  • Soldiers and Sailors, Disabled, to be Employed on Gramophone Manufacture, Works Opened, 361
  • South Wales Miners and Taxes, 311
  • South-Western Polytechnic Institute, 154
  • Spanish Telephone System, Projected Extension, 141
  • Spanish Works for Home Supply of Ships and War Material, 119
  • Sparking Plug, Lenoir the Original Inventor, 77
  • Sparking Plug, Better Insulation Needed, A. Champion, 407
  • Stainless Steel Cutlery, Use of Chromium Stopped, 271
  • Stanley, Sir Albert, Former Underground Managing Director, now President of Boaid of Trade, 53
  • Steam Pressure for Steam Turbines, Increase in America, 497
  • Stone Falling to Centre of the Earth, Calculation of Time, M. Sanger, 141
  • Straw for Motor Fuel Gas, Canadian Chemist’s Process, 385
  • Straw Pulp, Tested in Scottish Mills,. 429
  • Street Accidents, Wonderful American Invention, 473
  • Submarine Cable, Largest in the World, 229
  • Suction Gas Plant in South Africa, Largest in Existence, 293
  • Sugar or Bananas in Jamaica, 97
  • Sugar, Motor Spirit and other Products from Mowra Flower, 119
  • Sulphur Recovery from Smelter Fumes, “Thiogen” Process, 229
  • Sweden, Proposed Government Grant for Grain Storage, 293
  • Synthetic Indigo Manufacture at Ellesmere Port, Dr. G. T. Morgan, 24

T

  • TAXATION of Motor Spirit, Import Duty During tho War, 55
  • Taxes on Wages, South Wales Miners, 311
  • Tea-growing Increase in Nyasaland, 146
  • Tea Mixed with Iron and Steel Borings, 561
  • Telegram Round the World in 16.5 Minutes, New York Times Message, 141
  • Telegraph and Telephone Mileage in the Federated Malay States, 556
  • Telegraph, Modern, Principles of, Professor J. A. Fleming, 328
  • Telephone Exchange, The Work of, Professor J. A. Fleming, 328
  • Telephone Exchanges, Automatic, for Sydney, Cost of, 561
  • Telephone from Montreal to Vancouver, Record Length, 451
  • Telephone Signalling, Various Methods, 249
  • Telephone, Underground, “Continuously Loaded” Paper Core, in Shropshire, 97
  • Telephone, Underground, from Washington to New York, 315
  • Telescope at Mount Wilson Observatory, Much the Largest in the World, 249
  • Textile Factories, Source of Electric Power, 385
  • Tilbury Dock Enlargement, Completion, 33
  • Timber in Victoria, Investigation of Development and Best Time for Cutting Mountain Ash, 55
  • Tin Included in War Material Regulations, 561
  • Tin Mining in Cornwall, Percentage of Loss of Tin and Wolfram, 519
  • Tin and Tungsten in Wolfram, Separation by New Process, 361
  • Tin from Zaaiplaats Smelting Works, South Africa, 428
  • Titanium, Properties and Uses of, 541
  • Town Planning After the War, Professor S. D. Adshead, 328
  • Tractors, Farm, Varieties in the United States, 497
  • Tractors for Farm Work, Good Ploughing Result, 361
  • Tractors for Farmers, Government Assistance in Ontario, 55
  • Tungsten—see Iron and Steel
  • Turbines, Very Large Geared Marine, Construction in America, 33
  • Turbo-blowing Plant to Replace Beam Engines After Seventy Years’ Constant Service, 337

U

  • U-BOATS With and Without Periscopes, 77
  • United States Army to Use Browning Automatic Rifle and the Lewis Gun, 163
  • United States Increased Output of Tractors, 249
  • United States Record Agricultural Programme, 293
  • United States Soldiers, Weight of Metal and Other Equipment Carried, 519
  • United States Standard Water-tube Boilers for Emergency Fleet, 519
  • University College, London, Awards of Scholarships and Diplomas, 66

V

  • VEGETABLE Matter in Waterways, Cleared by Mowing Machines from a Launch, 429
  • Victoria and Storage Silos for Wheat, 249
  • Viscometers, Need of Standardisation, 271

W

  • WAGONS, Steam, Smoke Nuisance in Sheffield, 33
  • War Conditions and New Industries, 561
  • War Truck, American, Details of, 561
  • Warehouse with Sixteen Acres of Floor Space, for New York Navy Yard, 451
  • Water Gas, Continuous Process, Aqvist and Helsing, 293
  • Water Jackets of Motor Car Engines, Filling up Cracks, 140

WATER SUPPLY:

  • - Airdrie, Coatbridge and District Water Trust, Complaints of Deficient Supply, 361
  • - Australia, Artesian Water Supply of, 385
  • - Dartmoor to Plymouth, Success of New Water Main, 519
  • - East London Water Supply from the Buffalo River, 141
  • - Everett, Washington, Details of Scheme, 11
  • - Filtered Water in the United States, Varieties of Filtration Plant, 407
  • - Flow of Water in Wood-stave Pipe, F. C. Scobey, 271
  • - Fluorine and Arsenic in Spring Waters, 385
  • - Japan, Schemes for Water Supply at Tokio, 361
  • - Lancaster’s New Scheme for Supply, 163
  • - Montreal Public Supply Sterilisation, 119
  • - Rand Water Board Report, Record Sale Year, 293
  • - Reservoir Cost in England and America, 561
  • - Winnipeg Water Supply from Artesian Wells, 271
  • - Wood Pipe for Silty Water, Suitable Velocity, 33
  • - Wood-stave Pipe for Water Conveyance, 11
  • WEATHER Forecasts in the United States, High Average Correctness, 33
  • Welfare Work, Home Secretary’s Proposals for Factories and Workshops, 97
  • Welland Ship Canal, Suspension of Work, 271
  • Westminster Bridge, Curiously Composite Structure, 119
  • Whale Steaks as Food on the Pacific Coast, 451
  • Wheat Storage in Silos, Victoria, 249
  • White Mineral Wool Manufacture from Basalt Rock near Melbourne, 271
  • Wire Rope Strain and Intelligent Lubrication, 77
  • Wire Ropes for Collieries, Factor of Safety, 271

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY:

  • - Detective Vessel for Wireless Spies and Hoaxers, 315
  • - Japanese Station at Funabashi, Particulars of, 55
  • - Lag in Wireless Time Signals, 429
  • - Messages Picked up Over 11,000 Miles off, 229
  • - Radio-telegraphy and Telephony, Medal of Honour Award, 77
  • - Wireless Installations and “ Jamming,” 561
  • WOLFRAM from Burma, Increased Export, 293
  • Wood Block Paving, Cost Before and Since the Outbreak of War, 55
  • Wood, New Tropical, Valuable for Heat Insulation, 541
  • Wood Paving, Latest Practice in, 337
  • Wool, Pure White Mineral, Uses of, 385
  • Workmen’s Clothing and Machinery, Numerous Fatalities, 33
  • Worms and Agricultural Land, 311

X

  • X-RAY Industry, British, Need of Capital and Skill, 33

Y

  • YEAST Used in Germany for Manufacture of Buttons, Knife Handles, andc., 97
  • Yokohama Rier Reconstruction, Completion, 337

Z

  • ZINC in “Gun-Metals” for Marine Engineering, 249
  • Zinc Works, Electrolytic, in Tasmania, 11
  • Zirconia, Raw and Purified, High Melting Point of, and Other Properties, 77

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