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*PAIN, Mr. A. C., Girder Bridge, Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway, 280, 288, 296
 
*PAIN, Mr. A. C., Girder Bridge, Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway, 280, 288, 296
 
*Palmer and Blackmore's Twist Drill Grinder, 398  
 
*Palmer and Blackmore's Twist Drill Grinder, 398  
*Paragon Bolt Syndicate, The Pullopen " Catch, 284
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*[[Paragon Bolt Syndicate]], The "Pullopen" Catch, 284
 
*Parker, Mr. Thomas, Continuous Current Hinged Pole-piece Dynamo, 31
 
*Parker, Mr. Thomas, Continuous Current Hinged Pole-piece Dynamo, 31
 
*Pease’s Split Tube and Concrete Construction, 272
 
*Pease’s Split Tube and Concrete Construction, 272

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  • ABBOTT Tube Expander, The, 77
  • Acland Hillsido Meadow Cutter, The, 442
  • " Aco,” The Tank s.s., 261, 265, 268
  • Alexander, Professor, 239
  • Allison, E. G., Scavenger Charge in Gas Motors, 181
  • Alpine Railway, A New, An Austrian Righi, 91, 98
  • Am Ende, Max, On the Calculation of Frameworks with Superfluous Parts, 89
  • America, Railroading in, Signalling, Permanent Way, Ac., 215
  • American Pumps, 75
  • American Tin-plate Making Machinery, 415, 437, 438, 439
  • Amoretti, P., Steam Tramways in Italy, 253, 297
  • Armanni's Belt Shifter, 508
  • Ashbury Tubo Expander, The, 77
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., Express Locomotives, 505, 536, 537, 561, 563
  • Assam Public Works, Contracts Open, 82, 83
  • Atlas Works, Glasgow, Machine Tool Making at, 156, 157
  • Avon Valley, Tho 1894 Floods in the, 294
  • BALDWIN CO., The American Locomotive, Buenos Ayres Western Railway, 71
  • Baltic Canal, Warships at the Opening of the, 609, 612
  • Barry, Mr. Charles, Institution of Civil Engineers, 50, 51, 62, 55 (SappZcmenf, January \&h, 1895)
  • Batey, Mr. J., Steam Pipe Safety Valve, 91
  • Bath, The Submerged Quays at, 294
  • Beddell’s Epicycloidal Ornamental Turning Attachment foi Lathes, 516
  • Belfast, Map showing Available Water Supply Districts, 237, 238
  • Belfast Waterworks, The Mourne Mountain District, 246
  • Belgium, Map showing Light Railways in, 259
  • Belleville, Generators of the “ Rossya,” Russian Cruiser, 548, 549
  • Bentall and Co., Messrs. E. H., Mowing Machine Gear, 493
  • Berend and Co., Messrs. 0., Automatic Air Valve for Exposed Pipes, 31
  • Berry, Mr. Albert E., Saw Bench with Rising and Falling Table, 122
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co., English Locomotives, Buenos Ayres, Great Southern Railway, 71
  • “Blanco Encalada,” Triple Expansion Engines of the Chilian Cruiser {Supplement, January 4fA, 18951
  • Blankenberghe, Belgium, The Promenade Pier and Hall, 220, 221, 224
  • Bordeaux Water Supply Works, Iron Covered Reservoir, 30
  • Botting, F., Frosts and Water Supply, 223
  • Bourdon, Mr. Ed., New Lubricators, 90
  • Bouzey Dam, The Failure of the, 383
  • Brady, Mr. A. B., Low Level Concrete Bridge, Maryborough, Queensland, 395, 399
  • Brandt's Rock Drills at the Simplon Tunnel, 74,75
  • Brill's Tram-Car Bogie Truck, 430
  • Bristol, New Electric Tramway in, 198
  • Britannia Company, Beddell’s Epicycloidal Orna¬mental Turning Attachment for Lathes, 516
  • British and Colonial Steamship Company’s s.a, 465, 466, 467
  • British Fuses for Modern Guns, 487, 488
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway, English Locomotives, Beyer, Peacock and Company, 71
  • Buenos Ayres, Western Railway, American Loco¬motive, The Baldwin Company, 71
  • Bull, Mr. John C., Simple Pitchometer, 431
  • “ Buluwayo,” v.s., Engines and Boilers, 465
  • Busse, Mr. Otto, Passenger Locomotive Danish State Railways, Messrs. Neilson, 312, 318
  • Byers and Company, Messrs. W. L., Stockless Anchor, 406
  • “ CALEDONIA,” S.S., Electric Light Engines and Dynamos, 189
  • Caledonian Railway, Express Passenger Engine {Supplement», May lOtA, and 31rf, 1895)
  • Caoet 12*6in. Guns in the Japanese Fleet at Yaln, 102
  • Chelford Railway Accident, The, 12
  • Cheltenham, Municipal Electric Light Works at, 517
  • Chilian Cruiser “ Blanco Encalada,” Triple Ex¬pansion Engines {Supplement, January ilk,
  • Chinese Warships Sunk at Wei-bai-Wei, 133
  • Claret and Vuilleumier, MM., Electrical Tram¬way with Underground Conductor, 250, 251
  • Clarke, Mr. Hyde, 217
  • Clarkson, M. J., The “Circlograpb,” 384
  • Clayton and Shnttleworth's Oil Engines, R. A.S.S.,
  • Coalbrookdale Company, Horizontal Hydraulic j Pumping Engines, 202
  • Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Messrs., Direct- Action High-pressure Pumps, 122
  • Colne Valley Waterworks—Bushey Park PumpiDg Station 125
  • Copeland’s Wall Engine, Atlas Works, 156
  • Corliss Condensing Engines, Leicester Electricity Works, Compound (Supplement, June 21 d, 1895)
  • Corliss Engine, Triple Expansion, Moorlands Mill, Bolton, Messrs. W. B. Thompson and Co., 424, 428
  • Craven Bros , Messrs., Radial Drilling, Tapping, and Studding Machine, 308
  • Crosland'8 Paper Cotter and Paper Press, 63
  • Cunningham, Blyth, and Westland, Messrs., The .
  • New North Bridge,WaverleyStation, Edinburgh ] (Supplement, January 18th, 1895)
  • DANISH State Railways, Passenger Locomotive, Messrs. Neilson, 312, 318, 417, 421
  • Dean, Mr. W., Fifty-five feet Surface Turntable, Great Western Railway, 137
  • Dennes Hydro Pneumatic Leaching Apparatus, 203
  • Doulton’s Electric Light Main Conduits, 123
  • Dunlop and Co., Messrs. D. and J., Oil Carrying Steamer, “ Aco,” 261, 265, 268
  • EASTON, Anderson, and Gooiden, Messrs., Engines and Centrifugal Pumps, Victoria Docks, 144
  • Edinburgh, New North Bridge (Supplement, January l&lh, 1895)
  • Electrical Installation Company, Cartridge Closing Machine, 115
  • Elswick Quick-fire Gun, The New, 165
  • Empire of India, Exhibition, General Plan, 218
  • Empire of India Exhibition, Principals of Empress Theatre, 241
  • English and American Locomotives, 71
  • Ewing, Prof., Magnetic Tester for Hysteresis in Iron, 384
  • FENCHURCH Street Oxygen Cylinder Explosion, 310
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Hydraulic Forging Press, Swindon Works, 547
  • Flannery and Terry’s Thrust Bearing, 6
  • Fletcher, Messrs., The Leblanc Compound Sugar Mill, 38
  • French Battleships "Magenta” and “Hoche,” . 70, 78
  • French Protected Cruiser, “ Davout,” 229
  • French Protected Cruiser, "Jean Bart,” 229
  • GALLOWAYS, Limitel, Messrs., Rolling Mill Engine for the Johnson Company, Lorain, U.S.A., 446
  • Giles, Mr. Alfred, 199
  • Great Southern and Western Railway, Ireland, Staff Holder, 114
  • Great Western Railway, Express Locomotive, Mr. W. Dean, Details of Frame and Bogie (Supple¬ment, June USth, 1895)
  • Great Western Railway, Fifty-five feet Surface Turntable, Mr. W. Dean, 137
  • Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, 545
  • Guildford, Collapse of St. Catherine’s Tunnel, 266
  • HARDY and Padmore, Messrs., Southall’s Ideal Gas Engine, 272
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company, The, Excavator Blasting Auger, 274
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company, The, Vibromotor, 508
  • Harfield and Co., Messrs., Windlass and Warping Capstan, s.s. “Fort Salisbury,” 482
  • Hawthorne, Leslie, and Co., Messrs. R. and W., Combined Crane and Locomotive, 398
  • Hayward Tyler and Co., Messrs., Geared Pump¬ing Engines, 39
  • H.M.S. “Magnificent” and “Majestic,” 48, 58
  • H.M.S. “Royal Arthur,” 376 H.M.S. “Terrible,” 442, 471
  • H.M.S. “Terrible,” Launch of, 471
  • Highland Railway, Express Locomotive, Mr. D. Jones (Supplement, February Id, 1895)
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., Compound Mill Engine at Saltaire, 34, 38
  • “Hoche” and “Magenta,” French Battleships, 70, 78
  • Holden and Brooke, Messrs., Standard Combina¬tion Injector, 443
  • Holehouse and Morley's Patent, Direct-action High-pressure Pumps, 122
  • Holland - American Oil Company's Tank s.s. “Aco,” 261, 265, 268
  • Hornsby-Akroyd Oil Engine, Forty-Horse Power, 242
  • Houses of Parliament, Drainage System of the, j 526, 527
  • Hudson, Proposed New Suspension Bridge over | the, 298
  • Hudson and Co., Mossrs. 0. and H., Steam Con- I denser and Economiser, 243
  • Humber Company’s Works, Beeston, Manufac¬ture of Cycles, 53, 54, 56
  • Humboldt Engineering Company. Coal Washing Plant, Powell Duffryn Company's Elliott Pits, 370
  • Humphrys, Tennant, and Company, Messrs., j Triple Expansion Engines of the “ Blanco
  • Encalada” {Supplement, January ilk, 1895)
  • Hurlbut and Rogers, Messrs.. Cutting - off Machine, 307
  • INDIAN State Railways and Assam Works, Bridge Girders, 82
    Indian State Railways, Girders for, 231
  • Indian State Railways, Light Draught Ferry Steamers, 240, 241
  • Indian State Railways, Steel Colliery Wagons and Parts, 61
  • Indian State Railways, Underframes and Bodies for Covered Wagons, 386
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Mr. Charles Barry, {Supplement, January 18tA, 1895), 50, 51, 52, 55
  • Italian Gunboat “ Partenope,” 512
  • Italy, Steam Tramways in, 253, 297
  • Ivatt's Speed Diagrams, 505
  • JAPAN, Coal Mining in, 153, 160, 174, 179, 182
  • Japan, Coal Mining in, Chart of the Milke Con¬cession, showing Seam Depths, 153
  • Japanese Fleet at Yalu, Canet 12 6in. Guns, 102
  • Jennings, Mr. George, Reservoir Level Electrical Indicator, 243
  • Johnson Co., Lorain, U.S.A., Rolling Mill Engine for the, Messrs. Galloways, Limited, 446
  • Johnson and Phillips, Messrs., Submarine Cable ] Grapnels, 122
  • Jonage Canal, The, 484, 485, 486
  • Jones, Mr. D., Express Locomotive, Highland Railway {Supplement, February let, 1895)
  • KAYE and Sons, Messrs. Joseph, Automatic Safety Wedge Railway Lock, 284
  • Kent Uniform Flow Water Meter, The, 9
  • Kingussie, The Ruthven Bridge over the Spey, near, 295, 298
  • Krauss Locomotive Works, Rack Rail Locomotive, i Schafberg Railway, 91, 98
  • Kuklos Bicycle Crank Arrangement, 511
  • LAMBETH Brass and Iron Co., Hydrant Frost Post, 133
  • Lambie, Mr. John, Portrait of, 407
  • Lau-Ho Bridge, China, Opening of the, 377
  • Lang’s Gear Cutter, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 156
  • Leblanc's Compound Sugar Mill, The, Messrs. Fletcher and Co., 38
  • Letchbury Doubler, The, 438
  • Leicester Electricity Works {Supplement, June 21»/, 1895), 531
  • L'Idés, MM. Matter et Cie., 175, 176
  • Liquid Fuel Engineering Co., The, Boiler for Steam Yacht, with Liquid Fuel Burners, 316
  • Lloyd’s, Lift Accident at, 204
  • Lamnitz and Duxbury, Messrs., Safety Doors for J Hoists, 273
  • London and South-Western Railway, Express Passenger Engine, Mr. W. Adams {Supplement, Marek 22nd, 1895), 244
  • Lyons, Electrical Tramway with Underground Conductor, 250, 251
  • Lyons Electricity and Power Supply Works, The Jonage Canal and, 484, 485, 486
  • MCDONALD Nut Lock, The, 264
  • McDougall’s Oil Extractor and Separator, 164
  • McGlasson s Reversing Propeller, “l’Idée,” 176
  • McKenzie, Mr. Alexander, and Messrs. Somervail and Co., The Ruthven Bridge over the Spey near Kingussie, 295, 298
  • McPhail and Simpson’s Superheater, 228
  • “Magenta’’and “ Hoche,” French Battleships, 70,78
  • “Magnificent” and the “Charlemagne,” The, 264
  • Mann and Charlesworth, Messrs., Single Excentric Reversing Gear, 209
  • Marsden Mr. H. R., Stone Breaker, Royal Agricultural Society’8 Show, 554
  • Marshall's Valve Gear, Enlarged Detail of, 468
  • Marshall, Sons, and Co., Messrs., Chaff Cutter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 553
  • Marshall, Sons, and Co., Messrs., Road Locomo¬tive, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • Maryborough, Queensland, Low-level Concrete Bridge, Mr. A. B. Brady, 395, 399
  • Maschinen Fabrik, Esslingen and Savarino, Types of Rack Railway Locomotives, 420
  • Matter et Cie., MM., Gas Propelled Barge “ l'Idée,” 175, 176
  • Moorlands Mill, Bolton, Triple-Expansion Corliss Engine, Messrs. W. B. Thompson and Co., 424, 428
  • Moorman, Mr., Compressed Air Dredging Apparatus, 443
  • Morewood and Rogers, Messrs., Recent Improve¬ments in Galvanising, 494
  • Mumford, Mr. A. G., Duplex Steam Pumps, 242
  • Mumford Water-tube Boiler, The, 490
  • NEILSON, Messrs., Passonger Locomotive, Danish State Railways, 312, 318, 417, 421
  • New-Mayne Electric Motor for Rowing Boats, 304
  • New York, New Haven, and Hartford Train Passing a Level Crossing, 216
  • Niagara Falls Electric Power and Hydraulic Station, Tunnel and Property, 195, 196
  • Niagara, The Utilisation of, 195, 196
  • Niclausse Water-tube Boiler, The, 560
  • Non-Polarising Voltaic Battery Co., New Primary Cell, 154
  • North Bridge in Edinburgh, The New (Supple¬ment, January 18M, 1895)
  • “North-West,” Passenger Lake Steamer, 111, 114, 115
  • “North west," Passenger Lake Steamer, Quad¬ruple Expansion Engines, 111, 115, 118
  • “OROYA” in Dock, The s.s., 536
  • Ottewell Sight-feed Lubricator, The, 495
  • PAIN, Mr. A. C., Girder Bridge, Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway, 280, 288, 296
  • Palmer and Blackmore's Twist Drill Grinder, 398
  • Paragon Bolt Syndicate, The "Pullopen" Catch, 284
  • Parker, Mr. Thomas, Continuous Current Hinged Pole-piece Dynamo, 31
  • Pease’s Split Tube and Concrete Construction, 272
  • Penwarden’s Screw-cutting Attachment, 123
  • Powell Dutfryn Co.'s Elliott Pits, Coal-washing Plant, 370
  • Prim and Jones, Messrs., Drainage System of the Houses of Parliament, 526, 527
  • “Prospect” Steam Pump, Holehouseand Morley’s Patent, 122
  • QUEENSLAND, Maryborough, Low-level Con¬crete Bridge, 395, 399
  • RATEAU Fan at the Lens Colliery, 451, 452
  • Ravensthorpe, Off the Rails at, 286
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on Waves and Vibration, 296
  • Redcar, Boiler Explosion at, 530
  • Reeve's Feed-water Filter, 509
  • “Reliance ” Stockless Anchor, The, 406
  • Reynold’s “ Burner” Grate, 189
  • Richardson’s Exors., Messrs. W. R., Axle Bear¬ing, 31
  • Robinson, Mr. Mark, The Niclausse Water-tube Boiler, 560
  • Robinson's Wheat Dryer, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 555
  • Robinson and Oldfield's Feed Motion, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 156
  • “ Rossya," Belleville Boilers of the, 548, 549
  • Royal Agricultural Show, Miscellaneous Imple¬ments at, 553
  • Royal Agricultural Show, Steam, Oil, and Gas Engines at, 552
  • Royal Aquarium, Steam Launches at, 316, 317
  • Rathven Bridge over the River Spey, near Kin¬gussie, 295, 298
  • SAGAR'S Vertical Spindle Irregular Moulding Machine with Roller Feed, 283
  • St. Catherine's Tunnel, Guildford, Collapse of, 266
  • Saltaire, Compound Mill Engine at, 34, 38
  • Sandycroft Foundry Co., Winding Engines and Winding Gear, Constructed by the, 295, 298
  • Schafberg Railway Rack Rail Locomotive, The, Krauss Locomotive Works, 91, 98
  • Segundo, Ed. C. De, Safety Lift Appliances, 223
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Messrs., English and Foreign Locomotives, 94, 95
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Messrs., Locomotive Lifting Tackle, 156
  • Sheppard’s Capstan, 316
  • Siemens Brothers and Tangyes, Messrs., Electric Id|ht Engines and Dynamos, s.s. “Caledonia,”
  • Siemens Governor, 394
  • “ Simplex ” Stockless Anchor, 316
  • Simplon Tunnel, Map showing Proposed Line of, 1
  • Simplon Tunnel, Sections of, 2, 25
  • Simplon Tunnel, Ventilating Fans for the, 103
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs. J as., Triple Expansion Worthington Pumping Engine at Hornsey Sluice, 132,140.
  • Smith, Beacock, and Tannett, Messrs., Crank Chamber Boring Machine, 309
  • Smith and Vale, Duplex Pomp, 75
  • Snowdon Railway, Map of, 39
  • Southall’s Ideal Gas Engine, Messrs. Hardy and Padmore, 272
  • Spence-Doulton Bare Electric Light Mains, 123
  • Spey, Ruthven Bridge over the, near Kingussie, 295, 298
  • “ Standard,” Imperial Yacht, Delta Metal Pro¬pellers, 377
  • S.S. “Buluwayo,” General Plan of Engine and Boiler Rooms, 465
  • S.S. “ Caledonia,” Electric Light Engines and Dynamos, 189
  • S.S. “ Port Salisbury,” Arc Head Tiller, 483
  • S.S. “ Port Salisbury,” The Engine Room, 466
  • S.S. “ Port Salisbury,” Hand Steering Gear, 483
  • S.S. “Port Salisbury,” Windlass and Warping Capstan, Messrs. Harfield and Co., 482
  • S.S. “ Johannesburg,” 467
  • Steel Forging and Ball Bearing Co., The, Rolling Machine for Ball Bearings, 186, 187
  • Stern and Hafferl, Messrs., Schafberg Railway, Austrian Alps, 91,-98
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Works, Messrs., Lower Storey Submerged, 294
  • Sulzer Bros., Messrs., Brandt's Rock Drills at the Simplon Tunnel, 74, 75
  • Swindon Workshops, Great Western Railway, Supplement, June 28th, 1895) 545, 546, 547, 555
  • TANG YES and Siemens Bros., Messrs., Electric Light Engines and Dynamos, s.s. “Caledonia,” 189
  • Thames Ditton, Plan of Ferry Works, 287
  • Thirlmere-Manchester Water Supply, 46, 47
  • Thompson and Co., Messrs. W. B., Triple expan¬sion Corliss Engine, Moorland’s Mill, Bolton, 424, 428
  • Thompson and Marsden Recorder, The, 93
  • Thomson, Messrs. G. and J., H.M. First-class Cruiser “Terrible,” 442
  • “Ting Yuen” and “Chen Yuen,” Chinese War¬ships Sunk at Wei-Hai-Wei, 133
  • Todd’s Quadruple-Expansion Terminal Exhaust Steam Engine, 450
  • Todd’s Terminal Exhaust Triple Expansion Engine, 462, 463
  • Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway, Girder Bridge, Mr. A. C. Pain, 280, 288, 296
  • Tully and Schreiber’s *Tool Expander, 123
  • Turner, Messrs., Double Vibromotor Scalper, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 553
  • U.S. CRUISER “ Columbia," 612
  • U.S. Cruiser “ New York,” 512
  • U.S. Cruiser “ San Francisco," 509
  • U.S. Naval Breech Loading Rifles, Comparative Sizes of, 393
  • U.S. Naval Gun Factory at Washington, D.C., 372, 373, 380, 393, 402
  • U.S. Naval Guns, Jackets for, 373
  • U.S. Navy, Third-class Torpedo Boat for, 3, 27
  • U.S., Rolling Mill Engines in the, 446
  • U.S., Tin-plate Industry in the, 415, 437, 438, 459, 460
  • Unwin, Professor W. C., Autographic Stress Diagrams—Copper Tests, 445
  • “ VENTURI ” Meter at Chicago, 9
  • Victoria Docks, Engines and Centrifugal Pumps, Messrs. Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, 144
  • WAIS and Roos Shearing and Doubling Machine, 438
  • Wallis and Steevens, Messrs., Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 551, 552
  • Waverley Station, Edinburgh, The New North Bridge {Supplement, January 18/A, 1895)
  • Welbury, Mr. W., Breakdowns at Sea, 498
  • Wells and Co., Messrs. A. C., Paint Spraying Machine, 385
  • White, Sir William, Wood and Copper Sheathing for Steel Ships (Diagram), 506
  • Wilkinson and Sons, Messrs., Horizontal Boring, Turning, Facing, and Milling Machine, 550
  • Wilkinson's Vatvometer, Messrs. Nalder Brothers and Co., 284
  • Willans, Mr., Memorial Tablet to the Late, 287
  • Willans and Robinson's Works, View of, 287, 290
  • Willans and Robinson's, Messrs., Crank Shaft Forging, 308
  • Willans and Robinson, Messrs., Cylinder Bore, 307
  • Willans and Robinson, Messrs., Engineering Works, 307, 308, 309, 310
  • Willans and Robinson, Messrs., “ Jigs,” 307
  • Willans and Robinson, Messrs., Trunk Slotting and Trunk Drilling Machines, 307
  • Wimshurt, Mr., Gradient Indicator, 384
  • Worthington Pumping Engine at Hornsey Sluice, Triple Expansion, 132, 140
  • YALU, Canet 12*6in. Guns in the Japanese Fleet at, 102
  • Yarrow, Mr. A. F., Aluminium Torpedo Boats Built for the French Government, 316, 317
  • Yeovilton, The Boiler Explosion at, 178


SUBJECT MATTER

  • ALUMINIUM Torpedo Boat Built for the French Government, 316, 317
  • Anchor, The Reliance Stockless, Messrs. W. L. Byers and Company, 406
  • Anchor, The “ Simplex ” Stockless, 316
  • Arc Head Tiller, a.s. “ Fort Salisbury,” 483
  • Axle Bearing, Messrs. W. R. Richardson’s Executors, 31
  • BARGE, “l'Idée," Gas Engine Propelled,175,176
  • Battery, A New Polarising, 154
  • Battleship’s “Magenta "and “Hoche,” French, 70, 78
  • Battleships “ Magnificent ” and “ Majestic,” 5, 8, 48
  • Belt Shifter, Armanni’s, 508
  • Bicycle Crank Arrangement, 511
  • Boilers and Air Pumps, United States Torpedo Boat, 27
  • Boiler Explosion at Redcar, 630
  • Boiler Explosion at Yeovilton, 178
  • Boiler, The Mumford Water-tube, 490
  • Boiler, The Niclausse Water-tube, 560
  • Boiler for Steam Yacht with Liquid Fuel Burners, The Liquid Fuel Engineering Co., 316
  • Boring, Turning, Facing, and Milling Machine,
  • Horizontal, Messrs. Wilkinson and Sons, 550
  • Breakdowns at Sea, Mr. W. Welbury, 498
  • Breech Mechanism, U.S. Naval Gun Factory, at Washington, D.C., 393
  • Bridges, Compound Concrete and Steel, M. W. D.,
  • Bridges for Indian State Railways and Assam Works, 82, 83
  • Bridge, The Lan-Ho, China, Opening of, 377
  • Bridge, Low Level Concrete, Maryborough, Queensland, 395, 399
  • Bridge, The New North, Edinburgh {Supplement, January 18th, 1895)
  • “ Burner" Grate, Reynolds’, 189
  • CANAL, The Jonage, 484, 485, 486
  • Capstan, Sheppard’s, 316
  • Capstan, Windlass, and Warping, as. “Port Salisbury,” 482
  • Cartridge Closing Machine, Electrical Installation Company, 115
  • Chaff Cutter, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 553
  • Circlograph, Mr. T. Clarkson, 384
  • Coal Breaker and Rotating Screen, The Humboldt Engineering Company, 371
  • Coal Mining in Japan, 153, 160, 174, 179, 182
  • Coal Mining in Japan, Chart of the Milke Concession, 153
  • Coal Mining in Japan, Views of Oura Mine and Drainage Pit at Hayagane, 160
  • Coal Washing Plant, The Powell Duffryn Com¬pany’s Elliott Pits, 370
  • Colliery Wagons and Parts, Steel, Indian State Railways, 61
  • Condenser and Economiser, Steam, Messrs. G. and H. Hudson and Co., 243
  • Conduits, Doulton’s Electric Light Main, 123
  • Crane and Locomotive, Combined, Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorne, Leslie, and Co., 398
  • Crank Chamber Boring Machine, Messrs. Smith, Beacock, and Tannett, 309
  • Crank Shaft Forging, Messrs. Willans and Robinson, 308
  • Cruiser, “Royal Arthur,” H.M.S. First-class, 376
  • Cruiser, “Terrible,” H.M. First-class, 442, 471
  • Cruisers, U.S., at the Opening of the Baltic Canal, 509, 512
  • Cycles, The Humber Co.'s Works, Bees ton, 53, 54, 56
  • DAM, Failure of the Bouzey, 383
  • Direct Action High-pressure Pumps, Messrs. Cole, Marchent, and Morley, 122
  • Docks, Victoria, Engines and Centrifugal Pumps, Messrs. Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, 144
  • Donbler, The Leechbury, 438
  • Doubling Machine, Shearing and, The Wais and Roos, 438
  • Drainage System of the Houses of Parliament, Messrs. Prim and Jones, 526, 527
  • Dredging Apparatus, Compressed Air, Mr. Moormann, 443
  • Drills, Brandt’s Rock, at the Simplon Tunnel, 74, 75
  • Dynamos, Continuous Current Hinged Pole Piece, Mr. Thomas Parker, 31
  • ELECTRIC Light Engines and Dynamos, s.s. "Caledonia," 189
  • Electric light Mains, Bare, The Spence-Doulton, 123
  • Electric Light Works at Cheltenham, 517
  • Electric Tramway in Bristol, Map showing, 198
  • Electrical Tramway with Underground Conductor, Lyons, 250, 251
  • Electricity and Power Supply Works, The Jonage Canal and Lyons, 484, 485, 486 Electricity Works, Leicester {Supplement, June 21 tt, 1895), 531
  • Engineering Works on the Thames, 307, 808, 309, 310
  • Engine and Boiler Rooms s.s. “ Buluwayo,” 465
  • Engines and Centrifugal Pumps, Victoria Docks, Messrs. Easton, Anderson and Gooiden, 144
  • Engines, Compound Corliss Condensing, Leicester Electricity Works {Supplement, June 21it, 1895)
  • Engine, Compound Mill, at Saltaire, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 34, 38 Engines and Dynamos, Electric Light, as. “ Cale¬donia,” 189
  • Engine, Express Passeuger, London and SouthWestern Railway, Mr. W. Adams {Supplement, March, 22nJ, 1895), 244
  • Engines, Geared Pumping, Messrs. Hayward, Tyler and Co., 39
  • Engines, Horizontal Hydraulic Pumping, Coalbrookdale Co., 202
  • Engine, Oil, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttloworth,
  • Engines, Quadruple Expansion, Passeuger Lake
  • Steamer “ North-West,” 111, 116
  • Engine, Rolling Mill, for the Johnson Co., Lorain, U.S.A., Messrs. Galloways, Limited, 446
  • Engine Room as. " Port Salisbury,” 466
  • Engines, Steam, Oil, and Gas, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 552
  • Engine, Todd's Quadruple Expansion Terminal Exhaust, 446
  • Engine, Todd’s Terminal Exhaust Triple Expan¬sion, 462, 463
  • Engine, Traction, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 551, 552
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, of the “ Blanoo Encalada,” Messrs. Humphryg, Tennant, and Co. {Supplement, January ith, 1895)
  • Engine, Triple Expansion Corliss, Moorlands Mill, Bolton, Messrs. W. B. Thompson and Co., 424, 428
  • Engine, Copeland’sWall, AtlasWorks, Glasgow, 156
  • Epicycloidal Turning Attachment for Lathes, 516
  • Exhibition, Empire of India, General Plan of, 218
  • FAN, The Rateau, Lens Colliery, 461, 462
  • Fans, Ventilating, for the Simplon Tunnel, 103
  • Feed Motion, Robinson and Oldfields, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 156
  • Filter, Reeve's Feed-water, 509
  • Forging Press, Hydraulic, Swindon Works, Great Western Railway, 547
  • Frameworks with Superfluous Parts, On the Con¬struction of. By Max Am Ende, 89
  • Fuses for Modern Guns, British, 487, 488
  • GALVANISING, Recent Improvements in, Messrs. Morewood and Rogers, 494
  • Gas Engine Propelled Barge " l’Idée, ” 175, 176
  • Gear Cutter, Lang's, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 156
  • Gear, Hand Steering, s.s. “Port Salisbury,” 483
  • Generators, Belleville, for the "Rossya,” Russian Cruiser, 648, 549
  • Governor, Siemens', 394
  • Gradient Indicator, Mr. Wimshurst, 384
  • Ground Plan of the Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, 545
  • Gun Factory at Washington, Tho United States Naval, 372, 373, 380, 393, 402
  • Gun, The New Elswick Quick-fire, 165
  • Guns, Canet, 12’6-in., Japanese Fleet at Yalu, 102
  • Gunboat, Italian, 512
  • HAND-STEERING Gear, s.s. " Port Salisbury,” 483
  • High-pressure Pumps, Direct Action, Messrs. Cole, Marchent and Morley, 122
  • Horizontal Hydraulic Pumping Engines, Coalbrookdale Company, 202
  • Hydraulic Forging Press, Swindon Works, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 547
  • Hydro-pneumatic Leaching Apparatus, Denne's,
  • INJECTORS, Standard Combination, Messrs. Holden and Brooke, 443
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Mr. Chas. Barry {Supplement January 18M, 1895), 60, 51, 52, 65
  • JACKETS for United States Naval Guns, 373
  • LATHES, Epicycloidal Turning Attachment for 516
  • Launch of H.M.S. “Terrible,” 471
  • Leaching Apparatus, Denne’s Hydro-pneumatic, 2C3
  • Lift Accident at Lloyd’s, 204
  • Locomotive, Combined Crane and, Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorne, Leslie, and Co., 398
  • Locomotives, English and American, 71
  • Locomotives, English and Foreign, Messrs. Sharp, Stewart, and Co., 94, 95
  • Locomotives, Express, Mr. John A. F. Aspinall (Diagrams), 505, 536, 537
  • Locomotives, Express, Great Western Railway, Mr. W. Dean {Supplement June 28th, 18951
  • Locomotive. Express, Mr. D. Jones, Highland Railway {Supplement, February lrf, 1895)
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Caledonian Rail¬way {Supplement» May 10/A and May 31»/, 1895)
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, London and South- Western Railway, Mr. W. Adams {Supplement, March 22nd, 1895), 244
  • Locomotive Lifting Tackle, Atlas Works, Glasgow, 156, 157
  • Locomotive, Passenger, Danish State Railways, 312, 318, 417, 421
  • Locomotive, Rack Rail, The Sohafberg Railway, 91, 98
  • Locomotive, Road, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • Locomotives, Types of Rack Rail, Maschinen Fabrik Esslingen and Savorino, 420
  • Lubricators, New, Mr. Ed. Bourdon, 90
  • Lubricator, The Ottewell Sight-feed, 495
  • MAGNETIC Tester for Hysteresis in Iron, Prof. Ewing, 384
  • Map of the Milke Concession, showing Seam Depths, Mining in Japan, 15?
  • Map^showing the Electric Tramway in Bristol,
  • Map showing Light Railways in Belgium, 259
  • Map showing Proposed Line of the Simplon Tunnel, 1
  • Map of the Site of the Niagara Falls Electric Power and Hydraulic Station, 195
  • Map of the Snowdon Railway, 39
  • Meter, The Kent Uniform Flow Water, 9
  • Meter, The “ Venturi ” at Chicago, 9
  • Mill Engine at Saltaire, Compound, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 34, 38
  • Mill, Leblanc’s Compound Sugar, Messrs. Fletcher and Co., 38
  • NAVAL Gun Factory at Washington, D.C., The United States, 372, 373, 380, 393, 402
  • Nut-Lock, Another, 110
  • OIL Engine, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • Oil Extractor and Separator, McDougall’s, 164
  • Ordnance, The New Elswick Quick-fire Gun, 165
  • Oxygen Cylinder Exploded, Fenchurch-street,
  • PAINT Spraying Machine, Messrs. A. C. Wells and Co., 385
  • Paj>er Cutter and Paper Press, Mr. Wm. Crosland,
  • Pitchometer, Mr. John C. Bull, 431
  • Plough, The Acland Hillside Meadow Cutter, 442
  • Propellers, The " Standart’s,” 877
  • Pumping Engines, Geared, Messrs. Hayward Tyler and Co., 39
  • Pumping Engines, Horizontal Hydraulic, Coalbrookdale Co., 202
  • Pumping Engine at Hornsey Sluice, Triple-Ex¬pansion Worthington, 132, 140
  • Pumping Station, Colne Valley Waterworks, Bushey Park, 123
  • Pumps, American, 75
  • Pumps, Duplex Steam, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 242
  • Pumps, Engines and Centrifugal, Victoria Docks, Messrs. Easton, Anderson, and Gooiden, 144
  • Pump, The ‘'Prospect” Steam, Holehouse and Morley’s Patent, 122
  • Pump, Smith and Vale’s Duplex, 75
  • RACK Rail Locomotive, Tho Schafberg Railway, 91, 98
  • Rack Rail Locomotives, Type of, Maschinen Fabrik, Esslingen, and Savorino, 420
  • Radial Drilling, Tapping, and Studding Machine, Messrs. Craven Bros., 308
  • Railroading in America, Signalling, Permanent Way, Ac., 215
  • Railway Accident, The Chelford, 12
  • Railway, Map of the Snowdon, 39
  • Railway, The Schafberg, 91, 98
  • Recorder, The Thompson and Marsden, 93
  • Reservoir, Iron-covered, Bordeaux Water Supply Works, 30
  • Reservoir Level Electrical Indicator, Mr. George Jennings, 243
  • Reversing Gear, Single Exccntric, Messrs. Mann and Charleswortb, 209
  • Reversing Propeller, McGlasson, 176
  • Rifles, Comparative Sizes of United States Naval Breech-loading, 393
  • Road Locomotive, Messrs. Marshall, Sons, and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 552
  • Rock Drills at the Simplon Tunnel, Brandt’s, 74, 75
  • Rolling Machine for Ball Bearings, The Steel Forging and Ball Bearing Co, 186, 187
  • Rolling Mill Engine for the Johnson Co., Lorain, U.S.A., Messrs. Galloways, Limited, 446
  • SAW BENCH with Rising and Falling Table, Mr. Albert E. Berry, 122
  • Scavenger Charge in Gas Motors, E. G. Allison, 181
  • Screw-cutting Attachment, Penwarden’s, 123
  • Shearing and Doubling Machine, Wais and Roos, Speed Diagrams, Ivatt’s, 505
  • Staff Holder, Great Southern and Western Rail¬way, Ireland, 114
  • Standpipe, Lambeth Brass and Iron Co., 133
  • Steam Condenser and Economiser, Messrs. G. and H. Hudson and Co., 243
  • Steam Launches at the Royal Aqnarium, 316,317
  • Steam Pipe Safety Valve, Mr. J. Batey, 91
  • Steam Pumps, Duplex, Mr. A. G. Mumford, 242
  • Steamer, North-West, Passenger Lake, 111, 114 115
  • S.S. Oroya in Dock, The, 536
  • Steamships, The British and Colonial Steamship Co.'s, 465, 466, 467
  • Steel Colliery Wagons and Parts, Indian State Railways, 61
  • Steel Ships, Wood and Copper Sheathing for (Diagram), Sir Wm. White, 506
  • Stockless Anchor, Messrs. W. L. Byers and Co., 406
  • Stockless Anchor, “ Simplex,” 316
  • Stone Breaker, Mr. H. R. Marsden, Royal Agri¬cultural Society’s Show, 554
  • Submarine Cable Grapnels, Messrs. Johnson and Phillips, 122
  • Sugar Mill, Leblanc Compound, Messrs. Fletcher and Co., 38
  • THRUST Boaring, Flannery and Terry’s, 6
  • Tiller, Arc Head, s.8. “ Port Salisbury,” 483
  • Tin-Plate Making Machinery, American, 415, 437, 438, 439, 459, 460
  • Tool Expander, Tully and Schreiber’s, 123
  • Torpedo Boat, Third Class, for the United States Navy, 3, 27
  • Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, 551, 552
  • Train Passing a Level Crossing, New York, New Haven, and Hartford, 216
  • Tram-Car Bogie Truck, Brill’s, 430
  • Tramway, Electrical, Lyons, 250, 251
  • Tramways, Steam, in Italy, 253
  • Truck, Brill's, Tram-Car 6ogio, 430
  • Tube Expander, The Abbott, 77
  • Tunnel, Simplon, Map Showing Proposed Line of, 1
  • Tunnel, Simplon, Sections of, 2, 25
  • Tunnel, Simplon, Ventilating Fans, 103
  • Turntables, Fifty-five Feet Surface, Great Wes¬tern Railway, Mr. W. Dean, 137
  • Twist Drill Grinder, Palmer and Blackmore's, 398
  • UNDERFRAMES and Bodies for Covered Wagons, Indian State Railways, 386
  • Utilisation of Niagara, The, 195, 196
  • VALVE for Exposed Pipes, Automatic Air, Messrs. O. Berond and Company, 31
  • Valve Gear, Marshall’s, 468
  • Valve, Steam Pipe Safety, Mr. J. Batey, 91
  • Ventilating Fans for the Simplon Tunnel, 108
  • Vibromotor, The Hardy Patent Pick Company 508
  • Vibromotor Scalper, Doublo, Messrs. Turner, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 553
  • WAGONS and Parts, Steel Colliery, Indian State Railways, 61
  • Wall Engine, Copeland’s, 156
  • Wagons, (Jnderframes and Bodies, for Covered, Indian State Railways, 386
  • Warships, Chinese, Sunk at Wei-IIai-Wei, 133
  • Warships at the Opening of the Baltic Canal, 509,
  • Water Supply, The, Thirlmere, Manchester, 46,
  • Water Tube Boiler, The Mumford, 490
  • Water Tobe Boiler, The Niclausse, 560
  • Waterworks, Belfast, The Mourne Metropolitan District, 246
  • Wheat Dryer, Robinson's, Royal Agriculture1 Society's Show, 555
  • Windlass and Warping Capstan, as., “ Port Salisbury," 482
  • Workshops at Swindon, Great Western Railway (Supplement, June Vbk, 1895), 545, 546, 547, 555


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