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Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Paragraph Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1904 Jan-Jun: Index

Agriculture: Eno-ine Exports (U.K.), 210, 261, 486, 590, 731

Royal Agricultural Society’s Report, 724

Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 108, 724

Alloys* See Mechanics

Appointments:

Chairman, Rhymney Railway, 159

Glasgow Gas Works, 16

Officers, Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, 192

Secretary, Institution of Electrical Engineers, 533

Superintendent, Great Western Railway, 17

Armour. See Naval

Artillery. See Guns

Automobiles. See Motor-Cars

Boilers. See Engines and Boilers

Bridges:

Aylesford Bridge Designs, 475

Brooklyn, 534

Lambeth Bridge, 851

Midland Railway, 194

Prussian State Railways, 306

Railway Bridge Weights, Prussian P.W.D., 573

Sydney Harbour, 104

Zambesi, 363, 828

Canals:

Argentine, 331

Baltic North Sea, 105, 488

Leeds and Liverpool, 428

Manchester Ship, 306

Suez, 110, 406, 652, 765, 850

Thames and Severn, 751

Welland (Lighting), .641

Cars, Motor. See Motor-Cars.

Catalogues:

34, 243, 314, 378, 406, 488, 511, 554, 590, 732, 760, 803, 828, 869

Acme Sheet Piling Company, 314

Ajax Metal Company, 760

Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft, 314, 406, 554

Andrew and Co., Limited, J. E. H., 243

Anglo-American Machine-Tool Company, 732

Atmospheric Steam - Heating Company, Limited, 732

Bailey and Co., Limited, W. H., 554, 590, 732

Baldwin Locomotive Works, 243, 314, 551

Bath Electric Manufacturing Company, 732

Beanland, Perkin, and Co., 378, 488, 732, 869

Beardshaw and Son, Limited, J., 803, 869

Bever, Dorling, and Co., Limited, 243

Blackwell and Co., Limited, R. W., 732

Blake and Knowles, Steam-Pump Works, 732, 869

Blake Manufacturing Company, Geo. F., 378

Bolling and Lowe, 511

British Electric Plant Company, Limited, 314

British Electric Signs Company, Limited, 34

British Oddesse Pump Company, 314

Bromell Patents Company, 243

Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Limited, 314, 732

Buck and Hickman, 869

Bullivant and Co., Limited, 554

Burnand and Co., W. E., 803

Burton, Griffiths, and Co., C. W., 828

Cammell, Laird, and Co., Limited, 803

Cape Asbestos Company, Limited, 406

Chambers, Scott, and Co., 243

Churchill and Co., Limited, Chas., 803

Cloud and Nichols, 511

Consolidated Pneumatic-Tool Company, 406, 732

Cort and Co., Arthur, 554

Croft and Perkins, 488

Crompton and Co., Limited, 378

Day, Summers, and Co , Limited, 554

Dean, Smith, and Grace, Limited, 378

Denison and Son, Samuel, 732

Dennis and Co., W. F., 243, 314

Dermatine Company, Limited, 828

Dixon Crucible Company, Joseph, 31

Dodge and Day, 378

Doulton and Co., Limited, 34, 590

Dowson Economic Gas and Power Company, Limited, 590

Edison and Swan United Electric Light Company, Limited, 243, 378, 406, 590, 803

Electric and Ordnance Accessories Company, Limited, 378, 488

Electric Welding Company, Limited, 803

Electrical Company, Limited, 406, 590, 732

Electrical Mining Company, Limited, 406

Empire Roller-Bearings Company, Limited, 378

gspir, Fernand, 488

Catalogues-. con«taed. Estler Brothers, 243

Evershed and Vignolles, Limited, 860

Fairbanks Company, 378, 511

Fleming-, Birkby, and Goodall, Limited, 511

Forgrove Machinery Company, 314

Francis and Co., Limited, S. W., 314

Galloways, Limited, 378

Garvin Machine Company, 732

General Electric Company, Limited, 243, 378, 554, 590

Gent and Co., 803, 869

Gibbon Brothers, Limited, 243

Gibbons Brothers, Limited, 554

Glover and Co., M., 34

Goheen Manufacturing- Company, 34

Great Lakes Engineering Works, 732

Green and Co., George, 243

Griffing Iron Company, A. A., 378

Griffith and Biliotti, 406, 760

Ilaigh and Co., Limited, W. B., 406

Halden and Co., J., 378

Hamblet’s Blue-Brick Company, Limited, 488

Harrison and Horsley, 732

Heap and Co., H., 488

Henderson, Blanchet, and Co., 488

Hendry, James, 243

Hess Machine Company, 243

Hobbies, Limited, 590

Hodgson, Wright, and Wood, 554

Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, 554

Holden and Brooke, Limited, 243, 406, 488, 760, 803, 869

Hol lings and Guest, Limited, 243

Horsfall Destructor Company, Limited, 732, 869

Howden and Co., James, 828

Hughes-Johnson Stampings, Limited, 590, 760

Hunt Company, C. W., 378

Hyatt Roller-Bearing Company, 551

“ Ideal ” Syndicate, 378

International Stoker Company, 243

Jessop and Appleby Brothers, 488

Kaye and Sons, Limited, Jos., 314

Kerr, Stuart, and Co., Limited, 732

King and Co., H. J. H., 34

Kirkstall Forge Company, 732

Klein Engineering Company, Limited, 732

Knowles Steam-Pump Works, The, 243, 48S

Korting Brothers, Limited, 488

Kynochs. Erratum, 68

Lahmeyer Electrical Company, 243, 488

Laidlaw-Dunn-Gordon Company, 243, 406

Lancashire Steam-Motor Company, 314

Lancaster and Tonge, Limited, 314

Lang and Sons, John, 243

Lawman and Co., John, 243

Linolite Company, 590

Locomotive Publishing Company, Limited, 243

MacGaines Patent Perfect Piston Company, 243

Maclaren, J. and H., 803

Main and Co., Limited, A. and J., 511

Marion and Co., Limited, 314

Marshall and Co., Horace P., 590

Marshall and Woods, 314

Mason Regulator Company, 314

Mather and Platt, Limited, 760, 803

Mavor and Coulson, Limited, 314

Maxim, Sir Hiram, Electrical and Engineering

Company, Limited, 243

Meldrum Brothers, Limited, 314

Metal Fittings Company, 590

Morris Cohen Company, Limited, 243

Musgrave and Co., Limited, 243

Musker, Limited, C. and A., 406

National Electric Company, 488

Nernst Electric Light, Limited, 828

Neville Brothers, 34

Newell and Co., Limited, Ernest, 511

Newton and Co., John, 488

Niles-Bement Pond Company, 406, 732, 760

Oldham and Sons, Alex., 732

Perkin, Herbert, 803

Pethick Brothers, 314

Pitman, Percy, 406

Pott, Cassels, and Williamson, 378

Power and Mining Machinery Company, 243

Power Plant Company, 243, 378, 406, 732

Pulsometer Engineering Company, Limited, 406

Reavell and Co., Limited, 314

Renold, Hans, Limited, 243

Renshaw and Co., Limited, W. R., 406

Roberts Brothers, 243

Robinson, A. S. F., 243

Rowell and Co., David, 488

Ryder, Limited, Wm., 732

Ryerson and Son, J. T., 34

Sagar and Co., Limited, J., 243

Sanders, Rehders, and Co., 378

Catalogues—continued.

Schaffer and Budenberg, Limited, 34, 378

Schonfield and Co., A., 406

Siemens Electric Appliances, Limited, 511

Siemens and Halske, 828

Simpson, Strickland, and Co., Limited, 760

Smith and Sons, Thos., 34

Spagnoletti and Co., J. E., 732

Spencer and Co., W. H., 243

Standard Pressed Steel Company, 590

Standard Varnish Company, 378

Stoddart, F. Wallis, 760

Straker Steam Vehicle Company, Limited, 314

Szerelmey and Co., N. C., 590

Temperley Transporter Company, 828

Thompson and Co., Thomas, 243

Thornton, A. G., 869

Thornycroft and Co., Limited, J. I., 732

Thwaites Brothers, Limited, 314, 406

Trump Manufacturing Company, 243

Tyler and Sons, Limited, J., 406

United Asbestos Company, Limited, 590

United States Metallic Packing Company, Limited, 732

United Telpherage Company, 34

Urquhart, Lindsay, and Co., 732

Wadsworth and Sons, William, 554

Wagner, Gunther, 590

Waygood and Co., Limited. R., 243

Weir, Limited, G. and J., 732

Westinghouse Brake Company, Limited, 590

Wilcox and Co., Limited, W. H., 590

Wolf and Co., S., 760

Wolseley Tool and Motor.-Car Company, Limited, 803

Workman, Clark, and Co., Limited, 314

Wright and Co., Joseph, 378, 554

Yorkshire Electric Power Company, 314

Young, A. V., 34

Coal: Alaskan Deposits, 607

American Production, 783

American Trade, 127, 355

Belgian Briquettes, 651

Belgian Exports, 26, 246, 556

Belgian Imports, 235

Belgian State Railway Adjudications, 617, 799

Borings in the Midlands, 142

British Coal in France, 766

British Exports, 158, 306, 474, 547, 712

British Port Shipments, 137

British Railway Contracts, 50, 851

Canadian Coal; Railways, 306

Cape Breton Exports, 68

Cardiff, 16, 51, 103, 127, 159, 193, 227, 268, 306, 331, 363, 395, 431, 475, 503, 533, 581, 607, 643, 679, 715, 751, 784, 819, 851, 889

Coal and Metal Miners’ Pocket-Book, 410

Doncaster Fields, 358

Donetz Basin Mines, 285

Electrical Heading-Machine, 192

Export Duty, 306, 475, 584

Forest of Dean, 193, 503

French Exports, 342

French Imports, 342

German Coal in France, 722

German Production, 60, 277, 510, 695, 828

Hamburg Imports, 191

Honduras, 36

Hull Trade, 103, 226, 532, 678, 818

Indian Coal, Qualities, 269

London Gas Company Contracts, 590

Mexican Field (New)," 849

Mexican Production, 700

Middlesbrough, 16, 50, 103, 126, 159, 193, 227, 268, 305, 331, 363, 395, 430, 474, 581, 607, 643, 678, 715, 750, 784, 818, 851, 888

Mining Students’ Visit to Yorkshire Collieries, 731

New Seam at Man ton, 819

New Seams in South Yorkshire, 14, 546

New South Wales Production (Retrospective), 695

North of France, Output, 221

Northern Contracts, 473, 546, 784, 818

Nova Scotian, 277

Scotch Trade, 16, 226, 330, 362, 394, 474, 532, 580, 606, 642, 714, 784, 888

Sheffield, 16, 50, 103, 126. 159, 192, 226, 268, 305, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474, 502, 532, 581, 606, 643, 678, 715, 750, 784, 818, 850, 888

South Wales Anthracite Combine, 643,679, 784

South Wales Shipments, 51, 103, 127, 269, 395, 533, 715, 851

Tyne Trade, 50, 847

Welsh-Coal Areas for the Admiralty : a Proposal, 227

Welsh Coal for the East, 51, 227, 306, 643, 851

Welsh Seams (New), 395, 431, 607, 679, 819

Companies: Bell Brothers, Limited, 395, 503

Bessemer and Co., Henry, 192, 226

Bristol and South Wales Railway Wagon

Company, Limited, 269

Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works Company, Limited, 889

Bristol Water-Works Company, 363

Brown and Co., Limited, John, 862

Brown Bayley’s Steel Works, 305, 330

Bute Dry Dock Company, 751

Cammell, Laird, and Co., 430, 715

Cardiff Channel Dry Docks Company, 751

Clayton and Shuttleworth (Lincoln), 533

Cooke and Co., Limited, William, 818

Ebbw Vale Company, 306, 819

Furness, Withy and Co., Limited, 851

Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Company, 330, 362,

394, 474

Jessop, William, and Sons, 305

Leeds Forge, Limited, 377

Loewe and Co., Ludw., 605

Newcastle and District Electric Lighting Company, Limited, 223

Newport and South Wales Railway Company, 51

North-Eastern Steel Company, 395

Parkgate Iron and Steel Company, 715

Rhymney Iron Company, Limited, 889

Robey and Co., Limited, 476

Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Limited, 793

Seaham Harbour Dock Company, 346

Stephenson and Co., Limited, Robert, 554

Suez Canal Company, 110, 406

Tredegar Dry Dock, 533

Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, Limited, 330, 362, 394

Vieille Montagne Company, 654, 695

Ward, Limited, Thomas W., 784

Western Wagon and Property Company,

Limited, 227

Yorkshire Iron and Coal Company, 500

Defence of Coasts. See Naval

Drainage. See Sewage

Electric Tramways. See Tramways

Electricity:

Accumulators, Notes on, 372

Alternate versus Continuous Current for Traction, 724

Aluminium Cells as Condensers, 851

Arc Works, Chelmsford, 889

Argentine Telegraphy, 500

Bastian Mercury Vapour Lamp, 431

Brazilian Telegraphy, 269

Chilian Telegraphy, 411

Combined Refuse - Destroyer and Elect lie

Plant, 127

Continuous and Alternating Current for Trac

tion ; Relative Advantages, 474

Dangerous Potential on an Italian Railway, 679

Detector for Electrical Oscillations, 269;

Erratum, 304

Development of Electrical Machinery, 227

Directory of Electric Lighting and Traction

Works, 309

Dunfermline Light and Power Scheme, 50

Electric versus Hydraulic Power atTerneuzen 573

Electric Motors for Cargo Steamers, 533

Electric Service Launch for Bristol, 269

Electric Signalling on Lancashire and York

shire Railway, 208

Electric Traction on Ordinary Railways, 355

Electrical Heading-Machine, 192

“Electrical Pioneer,” 573

Electrical Trades Directory (1904), 395

Electrical Winding-Engines. Erratum, 270

Electricity at Butte, 840

Electricity at Cardiff, 431

Electricity at Hull, 784

Electricity in Mines. Erratum, 235

Electro-Pneumatic Signals, 123

Electrolytic Dissociation. Erratum, 885

Electrolytic Iron, 643

Experiments with Single - Phase Alternate-

Current Motor on Tramcar, 431

Fire at Bristol Works, 17

French Wireless Telegraphy, 475, 675

Greenwich London County Council Station, 304

Hewitt Mercury Electric Lamp, 103

High-Tension Oil-Switches, 785

Light and Power at Portsmouth, 785

Lighting Exeter, 679

Lighting Leeds, 331, 722, 750

Lighting Newcastle and District, 223

Lighting Plants in Canada, 376

Lighting Rotherham, 305

Lighting the Welland Canal, 641

Locating Ore Deposits by Electrical Means, 8} 9

Electricity—continued.

Long-Distance Telephone Service, 536

Machinery Orders in the Shipping Trade, 16

“ N. S.” Storage Battery, 486

Nernst Lamps, Life of, 127

Pacific Cable, 440

Passenger Lifts (Electric), 127

Portsmouth Municipal Telephones, 889

Power at Niagara, 306

Power Plant at Shawinigan Falls, 269

Remarkable Power-Transmission Line, 679

Resistance of Bearings with Automatic Ring Lubricators, 724

Search-Lights at the Royal Military Tournament, 819

Signals on the Midland, 918

Smelting of Ores in Canada by Electricity, 751

South African Telegraphy, 375, 714

South Wales Power Distribution, 103

Standardising, Testing, and Training Institution : Awards, 104

Submarine Signal Bells, 123

Switch-Gear and Protective Devices, 678

Telegraph Anniversary, 677

Three-Phase Motors for Driving Shipyard Machinery, 269

Underground Cable : Birmingham-Warrington, 127

Underground Stations: Home-Office Recommendations, 679

Wireless Telegraphy between Karlskrona and Berlin, 51

Underground Telegraph Extensions, 537

Engineering. See Shipbuilding and Industries

Engines and Boilers:

American Boiler Explosions, 486

Boiler-House Design, 331

Bradley Boiler Explosion Compensation Case, 106

British Steam-Engine Exports, 346

Formula for Steam Generated in Locomotive Boilers, 17

Green’s Equilibrium Stop Valve. Erratum. 297

High-Speed Steam-Engines, 227

Naval Boilers. Addendum, 235

Rotary-Engines, 269

Steam versus Gas as a Prime Mover, 785

Steam-Turbines, 192, 193, 533

Steam-Turbines for Glasgow Electricity Works,

Superheated Steam, 304

Superheated Steam and Coal Consumption, 306

Turbine versus Reciprocating Engines, 750

Yarrow Boilers for “ Libertad.” Erratum.

127

Zoelly Steam-Turbine, 643

Errata and Addenda:

Borsig’s Locomotives, 135

Electrical Winding-Engines, 270

Electricity in Mines, 235

Electrolytic Dissociation, Theory of, 850

Green’s Equilibrium Stop-Valve, 297

Hollow-Spindle Lathe, 475

Kynoch’s Roller-Bearings, 68

“ Libertad,” The, 127

Locomotive-Weighing Machine, 391

Magnetic Detector for Electric Waves, 304

Napier Motor-Car Works, 582

Nauticus, 155

Naval Boilers, 235

North-Eastern New “Atlantic” Express, 297

Power Plant with Mechanical Draught, 15

Rolling-Mill Plants ; Recent Practice, 885

Water-Softeners, 17

Wilson’s Double-Barrelled Steam-Winch, 785

Wood’s Water-Gauge, 104

Exhibitions: Automobile Club, 227

Colonial Products, 573

Cordova Agricultural and Industrial, 511

Geographical, 51

Health (Glasgow), 643

International Printing, Stationery, &c., 431

Lifege International, 1905, 679, 751

Mechanical Engraving and Colour-Printing, 103

Milan International, 724

“ Paris Fair,” 306

Small Industries Machinery, 306, 363

Spirit and Fermentations (Vienna), 579

St. Louis, 679

Explosions. See Engines and Boilers

Explosives. See Guns

Gas and Gas Engines :

American Natural Gas, 273

Gas-Engines, 467

Gas-Making (History), 533

Gas-Producing Plant for Johannesburg, 552

Gas and Steam ; Relative Advantages, &c., 785

High-Pressure Gas for St. Louis, 475

Internal-Combustion Engines, 475

Kilmarnock New Gas Works, 678

Lighting-Gas Distribution in New Orleans, 17

London Gas Companies’ Coal Contracts, 590

Natural-Gas Pipe Lines, 749

Natural Gas at Vendsyssel, 673

Northern Gas - Coal Contracts, 473, 546, 784

818

Paris, 534

Producer Gas for Factories, &c., 269

Guns, Explosives, Ac.:

Amalgamation of Swedish Gun Factories, 428

Machine Guns (History), 654

Harbours. Piers, Ac.:

Aarhus Harbour, 475

Antwerp New Quays, 704

Bristol Docks, 17, 51

Bute Docks, 159, 268

Caisson Quay Wall Construction (GPsgow)

192 8 h

Coast Defence Works, 208

Dock Extension at Shields (Proposed), £10

Durban Bay; Purchase of Land, 221

Elderslie Graving Dock, 715

Floating Coal Depot, 363

Harbours* Piers, &c»—continued.

Gothenburg (New) Harbour, 410

Hebburn-on-Tyne Graving Dock, 762

Llanelly Harbour ; Proposed Trust, 363

Llanelly New Dock, 16

Milford Docks, 331

Montreal Harbour Improvements, 431

New French Ports, 503

New York Harbour, 306

Newport (Alexandra) Docks, 306, 395

Penarth Dock, 851

Plymouth Dock Improvements, 51

Prevention of Accidents at Docks, &c.; Government Inquiry, 272

Protective Works for Deep-Sea Erosion, 269

Rio de Janeiro, 554

River Pier of Becton Gas Works, 616

Seaham Harbour, 346

Skerries Lighthouse, 889

Submarine Signal Bells for Ports and Harbours, 123

Swansea Harbour Trust 581

Swansea (New) Dock, 581

Table Bay Harbour Statistics, 819

Tees Conservancy Commissioners, 51

Terneuzen Docks, Electric Power for, 573

Tyne Improvement Commission’s Report, 312

Usk Improvements, 581, 643, 679, 715

Vancouver Floating Dry Dock, 106

Water Power of the Rainy; Government Agreement, 554

Wear Improvements and Traffic, 34, 412

Weston Pier, 17

Industries (Various) :

American Imports of British Tin-Plates, 815

American Locomotive-Building, 125

American Locomotive Exports, 722

American Metal Trades and Industries’ Directory, 715

Belgian Metallurgical Industry, 522

Bridge-Building at Motherwell, 888

British Trade in South Africa, 104

Cape Breton Developments, 363

Corporation Telephones, 532

Cotton Industry in Lancashire, and Supply, 305

Cutlery Exports, 643

Foreign Trade of Principal Countries, 390

Forge-Masters and Foreign Competition, 850

Future of Sheffield, 606

Hull Trade, 678

Inter-State Commerce Commission, United States, 51

Iron Trade Statistics, 103

Kelly’s Custom Tariffs of the World, 616

Kelly’s Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers of the World, 711

Llanelly Tin-Plate Works, 715

Locomotive Exports, 156, 208, 273, 412, 522, 732

Metal Trade Outlook, 850

Roumanian Industries, 296

Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, 159, 192, 3E0

Swansea Valley Tin, &c., Trade, 17, 127, 159, 227, .395, 431, 503, 581, 607, 715, 819, 889

Trusts, 331

United States Commerce, 159

Institutions* See Technical Societies

Iron and Steel* See also Industries

American Rail Exports, 803

American Steel Production, 732, 835

Belgian Blast-Furnaces, 274, 782

Belgian Finished Iron, 282

Belgian Pig Production, 155, 346

Belgian Rail Exports, 278, 355, 817

Belgian Rails for Argentina, 112

Belgian Steel-Making Combine, Proposed, 653

Belgian Steel Production, 17, 155, 269

Birmingham, 28, 47, 106, 136,168, 204,238, 272, 308, 342, 374, 406, 442, 476, 514, 553, 584, 618, 654, 690, 726, 762, 796, 830, 862, 899

Blast-Furnace Capacity, Diminution, 395

Blast-Furnaces, United Kingdom, 104

Blast-Furnaces, United States, 26

British Pig Production, 47

British Rail Exports, 95, 156, 342, 412, 552, 732, 818

Canadian Pig, 340, 428

Canadian Rail-Making, 607, 625

Cleveland Iron, 16, 50, 103, 126, 159, 193, 226, 268, 305, 330, 363, 394, 430, 474, 503, 533, 581, 607, 643, 678, 715, 750, 784, 818, 851, 888

Continental Competition, 850

Dominion Steel for Glasgow, 678, 750

Dowlais Works, 16, 363, 581

Electric Smelting of Ores in Canada, 751

French Pig Production, 552

German Pig Production, 17,193, 487, 546, 628

German Steel Production, 193

Hedjaz Steel-Rail Contract, 15

Iron Minerals in Belgium, 219

Lake Superior Ores, 724

Lancashire, 28, 47, 168, 204, 238, 272, 308, 342, 374, 406, 442, 476, 514, 553, 584, 618, 654, 690, 726, 762, 796, 830, 862, 899

Malleable Iron Works at Motherwell, 126

“ Metallurgist and Metallographist,” 306

Midland Trade, 136, 238, 899

Middlesbrough Statistics, 103, 533

Moor Works of South Durham Steel, &c., Company, 305

Prices in the Scotch Steel Trade, Regulation of, 16

Scotch, 16, 50, 103, 126, 158, 192, 226, 268, 330 362, 394, 430, 502, 532, 580, 606, 642, 678 714’ 750, 784, 888 ’

Scotch Pig Shipments, 268, 394

Sheffield, 16, 50, 103, 126, 159, 192, 226, 268 305, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474, 502, 532, 581. 606 643, 678, 715, 750, 784, 818, 850, 888 ’

South Wales Shipments, 127, 395, 533, 715. 851

Steel Contracts, 223

Swedish Iron Works Trust, 51

Tees Shipments, 50,193, 330, 503, 643, 784

United States Consumption, 338

Welsh Imports, 475

Welsh Output, 1903, 475

W?l«erAamPton» 28’ 47> 108> 136, 168, 204, 238 272, 308, 342, 374, 406, 442, 476, 514 553 618, 654, 690, 726, 762, 796, 830, 862, 899 *

Irrigation:

Alberta, 519

Mexican, 273

Labour Questions. See Trade Societies, &c.

Legal:

Bradley Boiler Explosion Compensation Case, 106

Damage to Roads ; Traction-Engine-Users Liability, 712

Deduction from Wages for Damages Awarded, 654

Denaby Main Collieries versus Yorkshire Miners, 204, 237, 271

“ Suspension ” Furnace Case, 714

Trades Disputes Bill, 618

Wages Boards Bill, 272

Workmen’s Compensation Act; Redemption of Damages, 581

Light* Electric. See Electricity

Machine Tools. See Mechanics

Markets:

Cleveland Iron, 16, 50, 103, 126, 159, 193, 226, 268, 305, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474, 503, 532, 581, 607, 643, 678, 715, 750, 784, 818, 851, 888

Glasgow Pig, 16, 50, 102, 126, 158, 192, 226, 268 304, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474, 502, 532, 580, 606’ 612, 678, 714, 750, 784, 818, 850, 888

Sulphate of Ammonia, 16, 50,103,126, 158 192 226, 268, 304, 330, 362, 394, 430, 474, 502 532* 580, 606, 642, 714, 750, 784, 818, 850, 888

Mechanics. &c.:

Absorption Dynamometer, 751

Bastian Mercury Vapour Lamp, 431

Bearings of Motor Armatures, Wear of, 475

Berkitz Device for Rendering Visible the

Variability in Running of Engines, 751

Brilliancy of Sun ; Measurements, 17

Chilled Cast-Iron Car-Wheels, 724

Compressibility of Metals, 819

Concrete Iron Piles for a Wharf, 17

Deep-Water Two-Dimensional Waves 192

Device for Evading Second Law of’Thermodynamics, 331

Doors for Heating Pits, 430

Elastic Felt for Foundations of Rails, Girders &c., 356

Electrolytic Iron, 643

Electronic Theory, 51

Ferro-Concrete ; ‘Fire-Resisting Qualities 533 I Flour-Mills’Plant, 269 ’ 56

Freezing Unstable Materials for Excavation 1 533 ’

Hardening and Tempering Steel, 475

11 Ah-° l"^ Mefchods of Extracting Oxygen from Kyncch’s Roller-Bearings. Erratum, 68 Lithotype Printing-Press, 431 Locomotive-Weighing Apparatus, 36'3 Machine Belting (Woven), 850 Measuring Temperature of Flames, 785 Mill-Engmes ; Mr. Birchenough’s Views, 104 Motor-Meter, £69 ’

Non-Sticking Slide-Rules, 312 Open-Hearth Basic Steel, 126 Photolinol, 652

Plane Motion of Aerial Glider, 269 Poisson’s Ratio, 17

Power Plant with Mechanical Draught Erra turn, 15 s

"SSX?gF•“ "■•‘•-“'Ofc

Radium, 51, 158, 431, 751

Radium in Bath Waters, 51 Rapid-Cutting Tool-Steels, 430 Rating of Machinery at Derby, 193

R Whir™30/ DefrostinS' P1“t at Nelson’s Rolling-Mill Plants. Erratum, 885 Rotary-Engines, 269

Russian Mechanical Industry 581 Screw-Propeller Reactions, 16 Sesquisulphide Matches, 123 qmnnqpaie-With ^ra9ure Grooves, 104 Snihh Refrigerating Plant for Shops, &c 227 tnpAfi P1T?e Tappin£ Machine, 428 ’

qpeoc?Rc IIeat of Superheated Steam 533 “S3" i»H“ »—«- ■£&. t«

Steel; „ AU.m.te 5,,,^

Steel; Structure and Tests 430

Venturi Meter, 268 panties, 227 Water-Softeners. Erratum, 17 Weld n» Aluminium, Process of •;<>-Weldless Chains, 103 ’ 39°

Wood’s Water-Gauge. Addendum, 104 iuX ,Se° ,naUStr!M- Ir°n S‘eel-

Alaskan* Tin, 582

American Manganese, 835

American Petroleum 783 Ar^ntiferous Galena at Lake Temiskaming MXX Tab!e Mountain, 581 Entish Gold Imports, 219, 309, 491, 588, 731, Californian Petroleum, 26

Canadian Minerals, 522

ES"“‘ «' o„ D.P..U,,

Himalayan Copper, 34

Indian GoW Pr^uc’tio

Lake Superior Ores, 724 ’

Rhn?°-Uth5ales Minerals 695 Rhodesian Gold, 519 S Vr°,U'"ani?" Petl’oleum, 314 Transvaal Diamonds, 29 ->97 vf m Gold> 605, 750 "" World’s Goltd,g404C7i2Pany’S Prodi>etion, 695 Vorld’s Petroleum, 639

Miscellaneous : Aeronautical Screw Propellers, 573

American Mails, 51

Bessemer Gold Medal Award, 330

British Engineering Standards Coded Lists, 749

Canadian Mails, 452

Cardiff, Progress of, 159

City of London Directory, 625

Contracts, General, 25, 51, 103, 167, 201, 227, 270, 304, 327, 359, 395, 429, 474, 499, 537, 580 607, 642, 679,724, 750, 793, 828, 847, 897

Darlington Hotel Collapse, 475

Durham College of Science, 700

Elastic Felt Foundations for Machinery, &c., 356

Electric Passenger Lifts, 127

Electrical Standardising, Testing, &c., Institution ; Awards, 104

Emigration to South Africa, 581

“ Ferro-Bleach ” for Blue Prints, 340

Fire at Bristol Electricity Works, 17

Fiscal Question and the Chamber of Commerce, 330

Fiscal Reform and the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, 159

Fish Traffic on North-Eastern Railway, 404

Glasgow University Commemoration, 581

Guide to South Africa, 157

High-Pressure Fire-Service of Philadelphia, 306

Investors’ Blue-Book, 1904, 208

Ivel “ First-Aid ” Motor, 724

Kelvin’s Science School, Trent College, 889

Lancashire Cotton Industries and Supply, 305

Lift-Working Plants at Broadway Maiden-Lane Building, 475

Linoleum Floor-Cloth Manufacture, 546

Lithotype Printing-Press, 431

Lockwood’s Builders’ Price-Book, 280

Lumbering in British Columbia, 700

Machine Belting (Woven), 850

Manchester and Salford ; Proposed Unification 590

Manufacturers’ List and Buyers’ Guide of Canada, 193

Map of China, Japan, and Manchuria, 126 Map of Korea, 227

Metric System, Proposed Adoption, 331 Motor-Car Works, Fire-Protection of, 607 Mugna’s Smoke-Washing Apparatus, 1G7 Municipal Rates at Birmingham. 511

Municipal Works of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 6*> Municipal Year-Book, 1904, 4i'l

Museum of Masterpieces of Science and Technics at Munich, 431

Navy Yard Machinery for Japan, 605

New York Subways, 514

Non-Sticking Slide-Rules, 312

Personal, 25, 50, 103, 136, 157, 200, 226, 270, 296, 331, 362, 394. 131.473, 510, 546, 5S2, 60 643, 679, 715, 760, 793, 828, 847. w

“Photography, British Journal of.” <>*.) Photolinol, 652

Population of Cape Town, 792

Population of Cardiff, 159

Population of Winnipeg, 454

Premium System of Payment. 431

Protective Works for Deep-Sea Erosion, 269

Rating of Machinery at Derby, 193

Rebuilding of Baltimore, 429

Refrigeration in Australia, 606

Reuter’s Telegraphic Addresses of New Zealand and Australia, 794

Road-Making in Gloucester, 643

Royal Indian Engineering College (Cooper’s Hill), Closing of, 607

Scientific Endowments Derived from French Gambling, 431

Sell’s Directory of the World’s Press, 475 Set-Square with Erasure Grooves, 105 Shaw’s Patent Wood Kegs, 221

Show-Rooms (New) of Messrs. Broadwood, 642 Smoke Nuisance in Calcutta, 269

South Africa as a Timber Market, 503 South-Western Polytechnic Conversazione, 688

Spottiswoode’s Exhibition of Poster Designs, 643

Staffordshire Rivers and Sewerage, 193

Stolzenberg System of Letter-Filing, 355

“ Suspension ” Furnace Patent Case, 714

Swedish Telephone War, 431

Technical Instruction in Sheffield, 126

Theories of Microscopic Vision, 227

Timber as Used in Engineering Structures, 724

Traction-Engines and Roads, 712, 888

Training of Engineers, 126

Trans-Atlantic Passengers of North German Lloyd, 226

Universal Technical Dictionary, 3C6

Ventilation at Hackney Board School, 715

Volunteer Annual, 448

Watt Anniversary Dinner, 158

Watt Club Dinner, 158

Watt Lecture and Greenock Philosophical Society, 362

Willing’s Press Guide, 176

Workmen’s Dwellings at Mulhouse, 17

Motor-Cars and Motors:

Automobile Club Exhibition, 227, 395

Coaches on North-Eastern Railway, 227

Electromobile Company’s Carriages, 2*7

Fire-Protect!on of Motor Car Works, 607

“ First-Aid ” Motor, 724

French Automobiles, 375

Great Northern Railway Branch-Line Cars, 412

Kerosene Motor-Boat, 819

London and South-Western Road Motor-Car, 51, 819

Motor-Boat Race (French), 363, 679

Motor-Meter ; Speed-Indicator and Cyclometer, 269

Motor-Boat Trials at Southampton, 679

Petrol Cars on Wurtemburg State Railways, 17

Side-Slip Trials, 227. 431, 573, 7*5

Small Car Trials, 851

Taff Vale Railway Cars. 1G3, 269

Trials in South Africa, 715

Naval: Additions to Navy Commissioned in 1903, 159

Admiralty Yacht “ Enchantress/’ 514

Austrian Battleship “Erzherzog Friedrich” 616

Battleship Armament; Probable Development,

“ Bellerophon ” and “T6m6raire ” as Trainino-.

Ships and Workshops, 475

Coast-Defence Works, 208

Cost of First-Class Battleship in Commission, 679

Dockyard Labour; Numerical Increase, 514

Dockyard Labour; Reorganisation, 106

Dockyard Wages ; Deputation to First Lord 554

Electric Light and Power at Portsmouth, 785

Engineer-Cadet Accommodation at Royal

Naval College, 785

Floating Coal Ddpot for the Navy, 346

French Cruiser “ Gloire,” 235

French Cruiser “ Jeanne D’Arc,” 616

French Cruiser “ Victor Hugo,” 552

French Destroyers “Dard” and “ Balliste,” 552

French Navy, 327, 580

German Battleship “ Lotheringen,” 835

German Cruiser “ Lubeck,” 583

German Navy Development, 127, 297

H.M. Destroyer “Welland,” 582

H.M.S. “Argyll,” 378

H.M.S. “ Cadmus,” 314, 410

H.M.S. “Cornwall,” 512

H.M.S. “ Devonshire,” 688

H.M.S. “ Hibernia,” 103

H.M.S. “ New Zealand,” 235

H.M.S. “Roxburgh,” 167

H.M.S. “ Sapphire,” 488

H.M.S. “St. George,”378

H.M.S. “ Warrior,” 679

H.M.S. “ Widgeon,” 582

H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer “ Eden,” 167

Italian Navy, 176, 314

Japanese Battleships (New), 193

Jarrow Warship Contracts, 306

Key ham Electrically Lighted, 475

Lean’s Royal Navy List, 246, 748

The “Libertad ” : Erratum, 127

Naval Boilers : Addendum, 235

Naval Officers’ Visit to Private Workshops, 533

Navy Yard Machinery for Japan, 605

Payment by Results in H.M. Dockyards. 342

Pocket-Book, 889

Russ’an Battleship “ Kniaz Potemkin Tavrit-chesky,” 167

Russian Navy, 167

Sheffield Armour-Plate Trade, 305

Submarines, New, 378

Swedish Ironclad “ Manligheten,” 142

United States Appropriation Bill, 1904-5, 488

United States Battleships (New), 201

United States Cruiser “ California,” 725

United States, 1905 Programme, 314

War Vessels of the Future, 330

Warship Repairs in Private Yards, 305

Warship Tonnage, Current, 606

Water-Tank Vessel, the “ Pelter,” 488, 688

Welsh Coal Areas ; a Proposal, 22"

Work at Portsmouth Dockyard, 16

Obituary. See General Index

Physics. See Mechanics

Piers. See Harbours

Railways and Locomotives:

Accident near Beighton (Great Central), 784

American Locomotive-Building, 125

American Locomotive Exports, 722

American Railroad Construction, 533, 869

Argentine, 34, 356, 491

Australian, 488

Automatic Signalling on the North-Eastern.

537

Baldwin Locomotives, 36, 104

Barry ; Directors’ Report, 193

Barry Extension, 715

Board of Trade and Railway Employment Act,

Rule 8, 607

Borsig’s Locomotives. Erratum, 135

Brazilian, 246

Brecon and Merthyr, 331

Bridge Weights for Prussian Railways, 573

Bristol and Avon mouth Double Track, 581

Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway Cars, 26

Buenos Ayres and Rosario, 355, 491

Canadian, 297, 547

Canadian Coal-Carrying Railways, 306

Canadian Electric, 380

Canadian Pacific, 554

Cape Government, 794

Central South African, New Stock, 474

Chamonix, 394

Chilian, 51

Chinese Stock and Foreign Ownership, 51

Congo, 157

Danish State ; Accounts, 51

East Argentine, 15

Economical Railway Working, 430

Electric Locomotives for New York Central, 851

Electric Traction on Railways, 355

Electro - Pneumatic Signals on the Great

Eastern, 123

English Railway Dividends 261

Evasion of United States Inter-State Commerce

Act, 573

Ferro-Concrete Railway Sleepers, 679

FortWayne, Decatur, and Springfield Railway;

Electrification, 395

French Lines, 431, 628

German Railway Construction, 105

Great Eastern Guide-Book, 794

Great Northern Motor-Car Service, 412*

Great Western and Electricity, 15

Great Western Motor-Car Service, 227, 751, 885

High-Capacity Trucks for Argentina, 95

High-Speed Runs, 533

Indian Railways ; Administration Report, 889

Inter-State Railway Commission and Railway Tariffs, 51

Lancashire and Yorkshire ; Electric Signalling,

Railways and Locomotives—continuea Lancrenon’s System of Heating- Carriages 51 Leeds and Rothwell, 47 mages, ai

L1gW i^way Orders, 127, 193, 363, 533, 607,

L1ServFc°e'653eet t0 Harwich’’ New ExPress Lochearnhead Railway Works, 502

r^OrJXe Boilers » Formula for Steam Gene-IcllCCl, 1/

Locomotive Exports, 156, 208, 273, 412 522 “3*

Locomotive Head-Lights, 626 ’

Locomotive - Weighing Apparatus, 363. See Erratum, 391.

Locomotives on English, Welsh, and Irish Kailways, 346

London and Edinburgh, East Coast Route, 14 London and North-Western ; Electrification, 0/7’

London and North-Western; Newport-Pag-nell Branch, 724

London and South-Western Guide-Books, 804 Lor*don and South-Western Road Motor-Car, 01, 819’

London and South-Western ; Account, 227

Metropolitan Elevated ; Wear of Motor Arma- I ture Bearings, 475

Mexican, 51, 194

Mexican Railway Company, 765

Midland Railway Bridges, 194

Midland Railway Motor-Car Service 897

Milan-Gallarate Porto Ceresio, 679

Motor-Cars on Taff Vale, 103, 269

Natal Government, 221

National Railway of Mexico ; Changing Gauge,

New York Central; Electric Locomotives, 851 .New Zealand Government, 818

Newport and South Wales, 51

North-Eastern ; Electrification, 127

North-Eastern ; Fish Traffic, 404

North-Eastern Jubilee, 270

North-Eastern Motor-Coaches, 227

North-Eastern New “Atlantic” Express Engine. Erratum, 297

North-Eastern Railway Bridges, 590

Northern of France, 474, 679, 875

Northern of France ; Coal Transport, 835

Pacific Electric; Engagementof Motormen, 533

Pans Metropolitan, 817

Petrol Cars on Wurtemburg State Railways,

Prussian State, 723

Prussian State Railway Bridges, 306

Rail Collection at Liverpool Museum, 533

Railway Year-Book (1904), 467

Rhymney, 159, 227

Side-Sheets in Locomotive Fire-Boxes • Proposed Remedy, 785

South African, 191

South Italian, 785

South Side Elevated (Electrical) of Chicago, 17

South Yorkshire Railways, 688

South-Western Service to Plymouth, 363

St Thomas and Port Stanley Electric Railway,

Swedish State, 159

Taff Vale ; Directors’ Report, 193

Taff Vale Extensions, 103

Taxation of Railways in the States, 51

Trans-Andine, 193, 529

Trans-Siberian, 358, 502

Transkei, 429

Wemyss Bay Widening, 330

Westinghouse Brake on New Zealand Lines, 442 ’

Sewage:

Aerobic Methods, 503

Glasgow, 785

Liernur System, 269

Sewage-Disposal at Sheffield, 784

Sewage-Disposal at York, 126

Sewerage and Staffordshire Rivers, 193

Scott-Moncrieff Sewage-Testing Apparatus, 227

Shipbuilding and Shipping :

Barry Dock Returns, 51, 103

Bristol Record Tonnage, 679

Bute Dock Returns, 159

Century of Shipbuilding, 532

Clyde, 192, 305, 330, 362, 502, 642

Electrical Machinery Contracts, 16

Floating Coal Dbpdt, 363

German Steam Navigation, 499

Glasgow and Greenock Returns of Shipbuilding, 580

Ice-Breakers, 159

Italian Steam Navigation, 534

Japanese Steam Navigation, 34

Kerosene Motor-Boat, 819

Lloyd’s Shipwreck Returns, 679

Manchester and Hamburg Service, 327

Manchester as a Seaport, 51

Marine Propellers, 430

Mexico-Asia Service, 314

Mexico-Canada Service, 715

Motor-Boat Race, French, 363, 679

Motor-Boat Trials at Southampton, 679

Navigation on the Limay, Argentina, 14

New French Ports, 503

North German Lloyd Trans-Atlantic Passen-gers, 226

P. and O. Company’s Fleet, 819

Passenger Steamboats on the Thames 581

Police Boats on the Rhine, 533

S.S. “ Nineveh” ; Smart Repair Job, 127

Scotch Contracts, 50, 226, 305, 362. 430 715 750, 784, 850 ’ ’

Shipping World Year-Book, 270

Steam Ferries, 68

Swansea Harbour Report, 581

Tees Conservancy Accounts, &c., 51

PhaSe ^°^ors f°r Shipyard Machinery,

Trade and Navigation Returns, 721

Turbine versus Reciprocating Engines, 750

Two-Cycle Marine Petrol Motors,,394

Tyne Commissioners’ Report, 312

Shipping* See Shipbuilding, &c.

Societies® See Technical, &c., or Trades, &c.

Strikes* See Trade Societies, &c.

Technical Societies: Aeronautical Institute, 573

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 331

American Electro-Chemical Society, 643, 851

American Institute of Mining Engineers, 395, 785

American Physical Society, 431

American Society of Civil Engineers, 533

Association of Managers of Sewage Disposal

Works, 363, 607

Birmingham Association of Mechanical Engineers, 363, 533

Bristol Association of Engineers, 227

British Association of Water-Works Engineers 724, 850, 851, 889

British Foundrymen’s Association, 785

Canadian Railway Club, 475

Cold Storage and Ice Association, 227, 606

Electrical Standardising, Testing, and Training

Institution, 104

German Engineers’ Association, 819

Glasgow Technical College Scientific Society, lUu

Glasgow University Engineering Society, 126, 192

Greenock Philosophical Society, 362

Incorporated Association of Municipal and County Engineers, 688, 751

Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association, 573

Institute of Marine Engineers, 533

Institution of Civil Engineers, 126, 394, 606, 607

Institution of Civil Engineers (Glasgow

Students), 16, 192, 268, 330, 502, 532

Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland, 269

Institution of Civil Engineers (Newcastle

Students), 724

Institution of Civil Engineers (Students), 331, 431, 474, 475, 616, 651

Institution of Electrical Engineers, 751

Institution of Electrical Engineers (Glasgow Section), 103, 532

Institution of Electrical Engineers (Manchester Section), 193

Institution of Electrical Engineers (Newcastle Section), 269

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 16, 158, 304, 430

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 582

Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Graduates), 127, 394, 546

International Congress for Protection of Industrial Property, 475

Iron and Steel Institute, 503, 889

Junior Institution of Engineers, 269, 305, 372, 715, 724, 851

Louisiana Engineering Society, 17

Machinery Users’ Association, 193

Marine Motor Association, 440

Midland Counties Institute of Mining Engineers, 606 &

Midland Engineers’ Conference, 192

National Electrical Contractors’ Association,

i

New England Cotton Manufacturers’ Association, 751

New York Railway Club, 785

Paris Acaddmie des Sciences, 17

Paris Soci6t6 des Ingdnieurs Civils, 17

Physical Society, 227

Public Health Congress, 331

Rocky Mountain Railway Club, 724

Roumanian Association for the Advancement of Science, 295

Royal Agricultural Society, 103, 724

Royal Institution, 390, 652

Royal Scottish Society of Arts, 394

Royal Society, 269, 819

Royal Society of Edinburgh, 192

Royal Statistical Society, 513

Rugby Engineering Society, 306

Sanitary Institute, 104, 227

Sheffield University College, 126

Society of Arts, 159

Society of Chemical Industry (Leeds), 503

Society of Engineers, 193

Society of German Ironmasters, 607

South Wales Institute of Engineers, 607

Students’ Engineering and Metallurgical

Society (London University), 227

Students’ Engineering and Metallurgical Society (Sheffield), 331, 467

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast, 17

Traction-Engine Owners’ Association, 888

Tramways and Light Railways Association 159

West of ^Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, 16,

Yorkshire College Engineering Society, 269

Telegraphy. Qe* Electricity

Telephony. See Electricity

Tra<1®* See Coal' lron and S(eel> Markets, Shipbuild, zng, Electricity, and Industries

Trade Societies, Unions, Strikes. Ac.:

Afforestation and the Unemployed, 405 “American Federationist” Articles, 28, 168

307, 583, 726, 861 ’ ’

American Miners’ Disputes, 136, 406, 830

American Sheet and Tin-Plate Trade and

Wages, 830

Amsterdam Diamond-Cutters’ Lock-Out, 308

Antwerp Diamond-Cutters’ Strike. 862

Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co.’s Employer

Strike and Lock-Out, 308 J ’

Associated Blacksmiths, 272, 830

Australian Legislative Programme, 762

Barcelona Coach-Builders’ Strike, 47

Barrow Miners’ Dispute, 476

Belfast Boiler-Makers’ and Shipbuilders’ Wages

406 ° ’

Belfast Carpenters’ and Joiners’ Wages, 690

Belgian Glass-Workers, 553

Bethesda Relief Fund, 476

Birmingham Bedstead Trade Dispute, 442 514

Blacklisting Trade Unionists in Vancouver! 554

Blast-Furnacemen’s Wages, 532

Board of Trade Report as to Labour, 136. 168

307, 341, 441, 617, 761, 898 ’

Boilermakers and Shipbuilders’ Society. 168

374, 441, 618, 689, 796, 899 ’

Trade Unions* Strikes,! continued Boot and Shoe Operatives’ Case, 406, 476

Boot and Shoe Operatives’ Union, 374, 406,476, 726 .

Boot and Shoe Trade, 726

Boston Labour Convention, 28

Bristol Cotton Operatives’ Strike, 830

British - Grown Cotton Association ; Contributions to Funds, 406

Buenos Ayres Railway Strike, 342

Canadian Labour Market, 46, 514, 553, 830

Canadian Telegraphists’ Strike, 554

Carpenters and Joiners’ Society, 106, 271, 405, 583, 726, 829, 861

Cheap Austrian Labour, 168

Chinese Labour in Mexico, 142

Chinese Labour in South Africa, 28, 46, 105, 136, 204, 238, 308, 341, 476, 584, 654, 690, 726, 762, 796, 830, 862

Cleveland Miners’ Wages, 103, 159, 533

Colliery Engine and Boilermen’s Wages, 238 1

Conciliation Act, 1896 ; Working, 204

Conciliation Board for Miners’ Federation, 341, 405, 442, 654

Conciliation Board of Northern Iron and Steel

Trades, 374

Conciliation, Cost of, 819

Conspiracy and Unlawful Combination, 204, 237,'271

Cotton Industries ; Effect of American Gambling, 238, 272, 584

Cotton Spinners’ Association, 106, 272, 405, 584

Cotton Trade Losses, 514

Crate Makers’ (Potteries) Strike, 106

“ Daily News” Compositors’Dispute, 168

Death of Mr. B. Pickard, 237

Deduction of Wages for Damages Awarded, 654

Denaby Main Collieries Dispute, 654

Derby ; Withdrawal of Vaccination Order, 690

Durham Miners’ Association, 106, 272, 553, 830

Durham Miners’ Wages, 238

East Lothian Engine Keepers’ Strike, 899

Engineers’ Amalgamated Society, 168, 307, 441, 617, 795, 899

Federation of Trades ; Reports, 204, 654

Ferndale Co-Operative Society and its Assistants, 553

Free Labour in the States, 861

Freight-Handlers’ Strike at New York, 793

French Agricultural Labourers’ Strike, 476

French Bakers’ Strikes, 28, 47, 797

French Labour Troubles, 862

French Textile Operatives’ Dispute, 514, 553, 584

Friendly Societies ; Financial Position, 514

German Textile Workers’ Strike, 46,106, 168

Gompers’ Labour Mission to Porto Rico, Mr., 726

Government Workers’ Wages, 342, 374, 476

Greenock Dockers’ Strike, 136

Hackney Borough Council and a Minimum

Wage, 797

Hartlepool Riveters’ Strike, 168

Hirwain Colliery Dispute, 46

Hungarian State Railway Strike, 618, 654

Independent Labour Party Report, 514, 553

Individual Freedom of Unionists and Non-

Unionists, 168

Industrial Notes, 27, 46, 105, 136,168, 204, 237,

271, 307, 341, 373, 405, 441, 476, 513, 553, 583, 617, 653, 689, 726, 761, 795, 829, 861, 898

Industrial Situation, 136, 307, 441,617, 761, 898

Industrial Situation in South Africa, 28, 136

Industrial Unrest in Austria, 584

Industrial Unrest in New York, 514

Insurance, Cost of, under Workmen's Compensation Act, 503

Ironfounders’ Society, 106, 271, 583, 726, 862

Ironmoulders’ Society, 168, 374, 553, 690, 830 “ Ironworkers’ Journal,” 106, 271, 374, 553, 690, 829

Ironworkers’ Wages, 106, 238, 271, 474, 784

Jewish Bakers’ Strike, 584

Labour Candidates for Norman ton, 238

Labour Commission, 168, 476

Labour Conditions of 1903, 341

Labour Conditions in New Zealand, 168

Labour Legislation in 1903, 28

Labour Ministry in Australia, 654, 726, 762 796, 830

Labour Party in Australia, 136, 584, 618, 653, 830

Labour Questions and Parliament, 238

Labour Representation in Australia, 28, 654

Labour Representation Committee, 237, 584

Labour Representation Committee and Mr

Bell, 238

Lancashire Cotton Trade, 47, 272

Leeds Steel Works ; Wages Question, 47

Limiting Hours of Labour in United States

Government Service, 583

I Lisbon Compositors’ Strike, 618

“Living In’’Question with Shop Assistants. 514

1 London Cab Strike, 797, 862

London County Council Tramways; Strike of Men, 727

London Postmen’s Wages, 47

London Society of Compositors, 373

“London Trades’ and Labour Gazette,” 106,

272, 405, 584

Macclesfield Silk Contract, 514

Macleod, J. M.; Ironworkers’ Wages, 226, 474

Marseilles Coalheavers’ Strike, 272

Marseilles Dockers’ Dispute, 476

Marseilles Seamen’s Strike, 618, 690

May-Day Demonstrations, 654

Midland Iron and Steel Trades’ Committee, 204

Midland Wages Board, 374, 553, 600

Miners and the Coal Tax, 406

I Miners’ Eight-Hours Bill, 342

Miners Federation, 204, 308, 341

Miners Fined for Unlawful Absence, 727, 762

Miners’ Strike at Des Moines, United Stati s 514

Miners’ Wages, 106, 204 ’

New South Wales Labour Party and Labour League, 204

New South Wales Legislation ; Protection of Labour, 46

New York Building Operatives’ Dispute, 406,

Trade Unions, Strikes. «&c.— continued New York Dock Labourers’ Strike, 762

North-East Coast Boiler-Makers and Engineers’

Wages, 106, 272, 308, 584, 654, 762

North of England Conciliation Board, 690

Northumberland Coal Conciliation Board and

Wages, 514, 554

Northumberland Colliers’ Wages, 654

Nova Scotian Iron and Steel-Workers’ Strike, 830

“ Open Shop ” Question in America, 861

Operative Gun-Makers and Preferential Marking, 406

Out-of-Work Benefit, Influence of, 513

Palmer’s Employes’ Strike, 762

Paris Dockers’ Strike, 862

Parliament, 28, 238, 342, 476, 617

Mr. Parrott as Successor to Mr. Pickard, 374, 476

Pennsylvania Miners’ Dispute, 830

Penrhyn Quarry Dispute, 28

Penrhyn Quarries Strike, 797

Piecework in Leicester Boot and Shoe Trade, 690, 762

Post-Office Employes’ Wages, 106

Prevention of Accidents in Docks, &c., 272

Profit-Sharing in South Metropolitan Gas Company, 238

Protective Policy for Labour, 272

Queensland Legislation; Minimum Wage, 46

Railway Working and Railway Employes, 784

Redemption of Damages Case (Workmen’s Compensation), 581

Restriction of Output ; American Views, 28

Restriction of Output at Leicester, 47

Rio de Janeiro Dockers, &c., Strike, 106

Trade Unions, riu.es* c.—continued. Royal D)ckyard Labour; Reorganisation, &c., 106, 514

Royal Dockyard Wages ; Deputation, 554

San Francisco and Trade Unionism, 405

Scotch Ironworkers’ Wages, 238, 862

Scottish Miners’ Federation and Conciliation

Board, 342

Scottish Miners’ Conference, 47

Shipwrights’ Union, 514

Shop-Assistants’ Annual Conference, 514, 553

Shop-Assistants and Working Hours, 514

Skilled Labour Report, 136,307,441,617,761, 898

Social Democratic Federation, 553

Socialism in Germany, 106

South Wales, &c., Conciliation Board ; Chairmanship, 168, 284, 643, 654

South Wales Ironworkers’ Wages, 47, 106

South Wales Miners’ Out-of-Work Fund, 136

South Wales Miners’ Wages, 238, 514, 643, 690, 726

South Wales Steelworkers’ Wages, 554

Southwick Engine Works Apprentices’ Strike, 690

Spanish Dockers, &c., Strike, 106

Spanish Miners’ Strike, 762

Spanish Railwaymen’s Strike, 762

Spanish Shipbuilders’ Strike, 238

Steam-Engine Makers’ Society, 861

Stop-Day Litigation, 46, 406

Strike Statistics, 28, 136,168, 307, 441, 617, 762, 898

Tinplate Trade Dispute ; Award, 204, 899

Trade Conditions, 1903, 27

Trade-Union Conspiracy Case, 405

Trade - Union Expenditure on Unemployed Benefit, 513

Trade Unions, strikes, acr.— continued.

Trades Disputes Bill, 373, 618, 829

Trades Union Congress ; Parliamentary Committee, 168, 238

Treatment of Labour Agitators in Western America, 573

Undertakers and the Chicago Theatre Fire, 307

The United States Anti Injunction Bill, 583, 726

Viennese Building Trades’ Strike, 830

Wages of 1903, 28, 168

Wages Boards Bill, 272

Wages Rate and Regular Work, 513

Wages at New York, 104

Welsh Miners and the Sliding-Scale, 374

Yorkshire Miners’ Case, 204, 237, 271

Tramways :

Bath Electric, 193

Bradford Electric, 269, 473

Hartlepool, 552

Inter-Relation of Speed and Safety in Street

Tramways, 331

Leeds Corporation, 503, 724

Liverpool Corporation, 159

London County Council’s Southern Tramways,

104, 269, 304, 331

Newcastle, 50

Newcastle Corporation, 725

Ratings, 159

Rio de Janeiro, 221

Spacing of Stopping-Places, 159

Streatham, 33 L

Swansea, 363, 431

Tyneside, 235

United States, Extent, 643

TunneHing : Greenwich Tunnel (Proposed), 859

Simplon, 192, 431, 679, 819

Vehicles See Cart.

Warships. See Sara!

Water Works, Ac.:

American Cities and Waste in Supply

Arbroath Supply, 502, 532

Auckland (N.Z.) Supply, 722

Bore-Holes at Wai laser, 363

Bristol, 363

Cape Town Supply, 511

Cardiff Supply, 331

Derwent Works, 606

Gainsborough Borings, 431

Hamburg Waler Works Pumping Engines, 525

538. Erratum, 889

Hull Corporation, 784

Ilfracombe Supply, 607

Leeds Supply, 305

London Supply ; Map, 127

Lyn ton Supply, 784

National Supply, 889

New York Supply, 51

Newport Corporation, 819

Pumping Engines, Working Cost of, 851

Rio de Janeiro Supply, 235

South African Supply, 167

Street Supply, 889

Swansea Corporation, 889

Tapping the Cumberland Hills, 34

Toronto Supply, 359

Tynemouth Supply, 747

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