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Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.
Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Paragraph Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1910 Jul-Dec: Index

Accidents :

Accidents and Industrial Indemnity, 172

Lartington (N.E.) Railway Accident, 445

Aeronautics:

Advisory Committee’s Report, 299

Aeronautical Society of Great Britain, 563

Clouth Airship, 89

East London College Lectures, 743

Gloucester, Aviation at, 443

Northampton Polytechnic Courses, 17

Scholarships (Imperial College), 201

World’s Aerial Exhibition, 502

Agriculture:

Cradock Show (1911), 399

Machinery Exports (British), 269, 394

Middleburg Agricultural Society, 128

Royal Agricultural Show at Norwich, 808

Royal Agricultural Society’s Trials, 161

Sheffield Agricultural Specialities, 303

Alloys. See Mining and Metallurgy

Appointments:

Cammell Laird’s Chairmanship, 270

Master Cutler, Sheffield, 235

Newport Borough Engineer, 503

Rhymney Collieries’ Manager, 857

Road Board Engineering Committee, 603

West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, Secretaryship, 503

Armour* See Naval

Artillery. See Guns

Automobiles. See Motor-Cars

Boilers. See Engines and Boilers

Bridges:

Canadian, at Mattawa, 708

Hull Dock Bridge, 123

New Ganges Bridge, 443

Norwegian Railway Masonry Bridge, Wide

Span,269

Quebec (New) Bridge, 365

Ehydyfelan Cart Bridge, 737

Rhymney Bridge, 893

Russian Projects, 106

Severn, Bridging, 443, 537

Tees Transporter Bridge, 209

Canals and Waterways:

Manchester Ship, 207, 270

Panama, 268

Railway and Canal Traffic Act (1888), 514

Somerset Coal Canal; Conversion, 53

St. Lawrence Ship, 709

Suez, 135

Cars* Motor. See Motor-Cars.

Catalogues:

71, 143, 286, 318, 332, 485, 521, 551, 588, 617,

681, 720, 753, 783, 814, 844, 876

A.E.G. Electric Co., Ltd., 485

Adnil Electric Co., Ltd., 753

Alldays and Onions Pneumatic Engineering

Co., Ltd., 720

American Asphaltum and Rubber Co., 521

American Process Co., 876

Anderson and Son, Ltd., D., 783

Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd., 814

Appleby Crane and Transporter Co., Ltd., 684

Arm er, J., 814

Armorduct Manufacturing Co., 783

Austin Manufacturing Co., 651

Automatic Tap Syndicate, Ltd., 684

Barclay, Sons, and Co., Ltd., Andrew, 143

Bardill and Co., W., 814

Bennis and Co., Ed., 551

Birch and Co., Ltd., John, 485

Brackett and Co., Ltd., F. W., 617

Braulik Engineering Co., 71

Brayshaw, S. N., 551

Brill Co., J. G., 71

British Insulated and Helsby Cables, Ltd., 485,

684 ■

British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 551

Brunton and Son, W. N., 143

Cambridge Scientific Instrument Co., 753

Carron Co., 844

Chloride Electrical Storage Co., Ltd., 332

Clarke’s Crank and Forge Co., Ltd , 551

Cloake, A. G., 551

Coignet, Ltd., Edmond, 332

Concrete Pile Co., 844

Consett Iron Co., Ltd., 71, 720

Consolidated Brake and Engineering Co., 521

Cort and Co., Arthur, 617 “Coventry” Chain Co. (1907), Ltd., 71

atalORUCS—continued.

Cowens and Co., J., 814

Cowper-Coles’ Galvanising Syndicate, 588

Crompton and Co. Ltd., 71, 286, 814

Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 814

Davies and Metcalfe, Ltd., 814

Dean, Smith, and Grace, 783

Dermatine Company, Ltd., 521

Douglas and Grant, 332

Drake and Gorham, Ltd., 71, 753

Dugdill and Co., J., 318

Edison and Swan United Electric Light Co., 71, 485

Electric and Ordnance Accessories, Co., Ltd., 143

Enthoven, Henry, 521

Expanded Metal Co., Ltd., 876

Fell, W. A., 485

“ Fides,” Fabbrica di Automobili, 318

Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 720

Fireproof Doors, Ltd., 318

Fortuna Machine Co., Ltd., 521

General Electric Co., Ltd., 551

Glover and Co., Ltd., W. T., 814

Grossman, H., 551

Halden and Co., Ltd., J., 143

Hannoversche Maschinenbau, A.-G.,332

Hardy Patent Pick Co., Ltd., 318, 485

Herbert, Ltd., Alfred, 143, 286

Heywood and Co., Ltd., S. H., 588

High-Speed Planer Reconstruction Co., 814

Hill, J. and P., 753

Hoffmann Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 814

Hohenzollern A.-G. fur Locomotivbau, 684

Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 286

Holmesand Co., J. H., 521, 720

India-Rubber, Gutta-Percha, and Telegraph

Works Co., Ltd., 71, 485, 753

Isenthal and Co., 588

Jenkins and Co., Robert, 588

Johnson (Richard), Clapham and Morris, 876

Keith and Blackman Co., Ltd., James, 521

Key Engineering Co., Ltd., 521.

Leeds Forge Co., Ltd., 143

Lench, Ltd., Thos. Wm., 681

Leyland Motors, Ltd., 844

Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., 332

London Hydraulic Power Co., 588

Lord Furnace and Steel Co., 71

Lugard and Co., Cecil E., 143, 551

Machine-Tool Co., Ltd., 521

Manlove, Alliott, and Co., Ltd., 844

Martyn and Co., S. W., 844

Mather and Platt, Ltd., 71

McMillan and Co., James, 684

Morris and Lister, 753

Muller, C. H. F., 485

Murray, Workman, and Co., Ltd., 143

Negretti and Zambra, 485

Newall Engineering Co., 729

North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., 143

Ore Concentration Co., Ltd., 485

Parker Boiler Co. (Inc.), 720

Parsons Motor Co., Ltd., 318

Peebles and Co., Ltd., Bruce, 814

Perkin and Co., Ltd., 521

Phoenix Dynamo Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 588 617

Pickerings, Ltd., 814

Poulton and Sons, 143

Power-Gas Corporation, Ltd., 720

Power Plant Co., Ltd., 286, 684

Premier Re-forming Co., Ltd., 143

Price and Son, Chas., 286

Ragosine and Co., Ltd., 551

Reflector Syndicate, Ltd., 684

Renold, Ltd., Hans, 588

Reyrolle and Cq., Ltd., A., 684, 720

Rhineland Manufacturing Co., 521

Richardsons, Westgarth, and Co., Ltd., 876

Rivet, Bolt, and Nut Co., Ltd., 143

Rowell and Co., David, 521

Ruberoid Co., Ltd., 332

Rudge-Whitworth, Ltd., 876

Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Ltd., 485

Safety Non-Explcsive Reservoir Co., 876

Sanders, Rehders, and Co., 720

Schmidt’s Superheating Co., Ltd., 720

Scott and Hodgson, Ltd., 588

Scott and Mountain, Ltd., Ernest, 720

Siebe, Gorman, and Co., Ltd., 588

Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 143. 521 753, 814 1

Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, Ltd. 71

521,551,720

Simplon Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 71

Skefko Ball-Bearing Co., Ltd., 684

Catalogues—con/i?iued.

Smith, Ltd., Thomas and William, 318

Smoke Consumption, Ltd., 617

Soci6t6 Anonyme des Ateliers de Construction

du Nord, &c., 814

Sperling and Williams, 318

“Star” Drilling-Machine Co., 286

Stottner, J., 588

Taylor, Charles, 876

Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 7*20

Tinsley and Co., H., 318

Trussed Concrete Steel Co., Ltd., 814

Wadsworth and Sons, Win., 143

Wailes, Dove, and Co., Ltd., 720

Wakefield and Co., C. C., 684

Walsall Electrical Co., Ltd., 814

Ward, Ltd., Thos. W., 588

Webster and Bennett, Ltd., 551^

Westinghouse Brake Co., Ltd., 783

Westminster Engineering Co., Ltd., 5*21

White and Sons, R., 844

Williams and Son, Ltd., S., 551 _

Wilson and Co., Ltd., John H., 876

Witton-Kramer Electric Tool and Hoist Co., 814

Wolseley Tool and Motor-Car Co., Ltd., 720

Worthington Pump Co., Ltd., 7*20

Wright and Wood, Ltd., 617

Cement and Concrete:

German Cement Industry, 557

Granary (15,000-ton) in Ferro-Concrete, 86*2

Pedestal Piles, 892

Reinforced Concrete, Lectures on, 376, 578

Specifications for Portland Cement, British Standard, 302

Steel in Concrete, Economical Ratio of, 908

Chemistry. See Physics and Chemistry

Coal:

Admiralty Contracts, 857

Alberta Coal-Fields, 406

Askern Spa Coal District, 136

Barry Shipments, 399

British Columbia Coal-Mining, 418

British Exports, 901

British Production, 840

Bute Dock Shipments, 399

Cardiff, 17, 53, 89, 123, 163, 210, 235, 269, 303, 333, 365, 399, 443, 475, 503, 537, 579, 603, 633, 667, 701, 737, 769, 799, 829, 857, 893

Coking Practice, Modern, 333

Competition in Colliery Districts, 53

Cumberland Coal, 212

Cunard Co. and Northern Coal, 633, 667

French Anthracite-Crushing Works at Swansea, 890

Gas-Light Co.’s Consumption, 235

Gasolene Locomotive for Mines, 572

German Output, 53, 683

German Trade, 683

Gloucestershire Mining Scholarships, 235

Goole Colliery Developments, 334

Hamburg Imports of British Coal, 51

Hull Trade, 89, 399, 537,667, 829

Inspection of Mines and South Wales Engineers,

Lambton Collieries, Electrification of, 399

Lancashire Colliery Development, 235

Life-Saving in Mines Bill, 17

Mechanical Cutting, 200

Midlands; Coal Output, 28

Sheffield, 17, 53, 89, 123, 163, 209, 235, 269, 303 333, 365, 399, 443, 476, 503, 537, 579, 603, 633* 667, 701, 737, 769, 799, 829, 856, 893

South Wales Shipments, 89, 269, 399, 537, 701, 829

South Yorkshire and the Coal Output, 475, 633

Sumatra Coal, 377

Swedish Railway Contracts, 737

Tyndall Research (Nystagmus), 598

Victorian Deposits ; Investigation, 345

Welsh Coal for Argentina, 603

Welsh Coal for Belgium, 579, 667

Welsh Coal for Egypt, 235, 269, 475, 503

Welsh Coal for France, 269, 579, 737

Welsh Coal for Portugal, 820

Welsh Exports, 857

Welsh Seams, Pits, &c., New, 123, 235 333 537, 667 ’ *"* ’

Colleges. See Education

Companies:

Baldwins, Ltd., 693

Blaenavon Co., Ltd., 799

Bnghtside Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd.

OUtJ

otil panics—continued.

Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works Co., Ltd., 17

British Vacuum Cleaner Co., Ltd., 122

British Wagon Co., Ltd.^, 579

Brown and Co., John, 17

Oammell Laird and Co., 270

Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Co., 545

Companies’ Diary and Agenda-Book, 737

Daimler Motor Co. (1904), Ltd., 468

Davy Brothers, 53, 89

Dorman, Long, and Co., Ltd., 798

Flensburg Shipbuilding Co., 599

Fox and Co., Ltd., Samuel, 209

German Over-Sea Electrical Co., 103

Gloucester Wagon Co., 303

Guest, Keen, and Nettlefolds, Ltd., 332

Hanover Locomotive and Engineering Works, 512

lUroult Electric Steel Co., 737

Kayser Ellison and Co., 399

Krupp Co., 186

Manchester Ship Canal Co., 207

Moorwood, Sons, and Co., Ltd., 333

Old Silkstone Collieries, Ltd., 210

Port Talbot Graving-Dock and Shipbuilding

Co., Ltd., 503

Rhymney Iron Co., Ltd., 17

Sharpness New Docks and Navigation Co., 737

Sheepbridge Coil and Iron Co., 443, 475

Sheffield Forge and Rolling-Mills Co., Ltd., 333

Skinuingrove Iron Co., Ltd., 209

Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., 365, 475

Tenter Foundry Co., Ltd., 603

Wheatman and Smith, 769

’oncrrte. See Cement and Concrete

locks. See Harbours, Ac.

Drainage. See Seicage

Education :

Battersea Polytechnic, 418

Borough Polytechnic Institute, 96, 514, 868

Calendars: University and College, 268, 364, 481

City and Guilds of London Report, 892

Economics and Political Science, London

School, 400

Elgar Scholarship (Naval Architecture), 636

Gloucestershire Mining Scholarships, 235

Imperial College of Science : Free Studentships, 88, 234

Imperial College of Science : Lectures, 235,277, 890

Jarrow Apprentices and Evening Classes. 861

Leeds University : Livesey Memorial Professorship, 52

Manchester Municipal School of Technology, 52

Northampton Polytechnic Institute, 829

Queensland University Professorships, 269

Sheffield University Mining Scholarship, 546

Sibley College (Ithaca) and Research, 752

Students; International Interchange, 400

Sydney University Calendar. 861

Trade Scholarships for Boys, 859

Tyndall Research Studentship, 598

University College : Faculty of Engineering, 442

Yarrow Educational Fund. 642

Electric Tramway*. See Tramwmt Electricity:

American Industry (Plants, Arc.), 60

Anglo-German Telephone : Suggestion, 333

Anglo-Norwegian Telegraph Cables, 136

Arc-Lamps, Practical Application of, 813

Australasian Wireless Telegraphy, 303

Blast-Furnace Plant at Newport,' 303

Bristol Electricity Accounts, 163

Bristol Exports of Apparatus, &c., 891

Carlin How Power Extensions, 829

Caucasus, Hydro-E.ectric Power Stations in, 838

Cleveland Area, Power in, 633

Clutch (Magnetic) for Blowing Engines, 100

Colliery Electrification, Durham, 365

Conductivity, Electron Theory of, 345

Controllers for Traction Motors, 520

Croydon^Borough : Telephone Wiring Ques-

(Protection) Committee,

Emden-TenerifTe-Monrovia Submarine Cable, , 709

English-Canadian Cable, Proposed, 908

Faroe Islands Power-Station, 332

German Industry, 108

Electricity—continued.

Indian Ocean Wireless Telegraph Stations, 893

Lambton Collieries, Electrification of, 399

Lamp-Holders (Bayonet), &c., Standard Specification, 667

Lifts (Electric) at G.P.O., 666

Magnetic-Field Testing, 714

Matte, Electrolysing Fused, 617

Measurements, Telegraphic and Telephonic, 683

Montefiore Prize, 236

Newcastle District Power Plants, 333, 536, 667

New Zealand Hydro-Electric Schemes, 701, 893

Northampton Polytechnic Generating Station, 546.

Power-Stations in Constantinople, 28

Quartzlite Lamp, 536

Radiography Slide-Rule, 684

Rubber Insulation Destroyed by Mould, 732

Sheffield Power Supply, 53

Sicily, Hydro-Electric Power in, 778

Stepney Supply, 186

Sweden, Wireless Telegraphy in, 814

Swedish Hydro-Electric Installations, 779

Swedish Telephony, 600

Taunton Supply (Municipal), 123

Telegraphy : International Competition, 601

Telegraphj’- and the Society of Arts, 697

Telephone Cable (New), 235

Telephone System of Welsh Railway Co., 893

Tokyo Power-Station, 519

Transmission, The 20,000-Volt (Tyne), 443

Walker Shipyard, Power at, 799

Waste Heat for Electrical Energy, 537

West Ham Electrical Bulletin, 737

Wiring Conduits, Standard Specification, 678

Ystalyfera, Lighting of, 503

Engines and Boilers:

Boiler-Scaler, Electrically-Driven, 798

Boilers, Working and Control of, 838

Hodge’s Turbine Blowers, 16

“ Nesdrum ” Water-Tube Boilers and Admiralty, 96

Superheaters, Sectional, 162

Switzerland, Steam Boilers in, 720

Turbine (Marine) Diagrams, 695

Turbines of the “ Jean-Bart,” 302

Water-Tube Boilers, 602

Yorkshire Boiler, The, 861

Errata and Addenda :

Australian Railway Economics; Addendum ,867

Elliott Addressing-Machine, 700

Gun-Boat for Macao, 52

High-Speed Steel, 264

Iron and Steel Institute, 512

Meik, The late P. W. ; Addendum, 127

Sheppee Convertible Steam Motor Vehicle, 795

Steel, Rust-Proof Anti-Corrosion, €66

Suisted’s Coaling Elevator, 373

Testing of Lathe-Tools, 416

Exhibitions :

Aerial Exhibition, World’s, 502

Budapest International, 529

Chemical Engineering and Industries’ Exhibition, 890

Dresden International Hygienic, 16

DQsseldorf, 701

Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at •Olympia, 235, 329

Hampstead Electrical, 545

Japan-British, 88

Malmo Exhibition, 139

Manchester Engineering and Machinery, 52

Physical Society’s Exhibition, 666, 817

Russian Electrical, 289

Explosions. See Engines and Boil( rs

Explosives. See Guns

Ferroconcrete. See Cement and Concrete

Flyiug-MachilieS. See Aeronautics

Gas and Gas and Oil Engines:

Burner, Mansfield Incandescent, 579

Diesel Engines, British-Built, 485

Gas-Works Directory and Statistics, 752

Livesey Memorial, 52

Oechelhauser Gas-Engine, 269

Guns and Explosives;

Firing, Rapidity of Gun, 268

Harbours, Piers, <£c.:

Bristol Docks, 210, 769, 799, 893

Bordeaux Wet Dock, 302

Chilian Port Works, 578

Courtenay Bay Dry Dock (Proposed), 332

Devonport Dredging Operations, 769

Fishguard Harbour Works, 333

French Dock Methods, 53

Iceland ; English Harbour Projects, 362

Malmo Dry Dock, 318

Marola Pier, 840

Melbourne Harbour Trust, 295

Mersey Dock Board, Presentation to, 54

Mersey Dock (New), 49, 163, 268

Milford Docks, 269

Montreal Docks, 777

Newport Dock Company’s Extensions, 769

Roche Point Dry Dock, 825

Severn Commission, 235

St. John Dry Dock, 163

St. Lawrence, Damming, 53

Sunderland as a Deep-Water Port, 893

Swansea Trust, 399, 701

Hydraulics. See Mechanics

Industries and Commerce:

Alcohol, Industrial Use of, 838

Anglo-Chinese and Japanese Trade, 612

Argentina, Commercial Prosperity of, 445

Argentine and British Industries, 209

Beetroot Industry (Projected Scheme), 376,696

Bird’s-Nest Industry in Siam, 777

Brazil, Natural Riches and Industry, 341

Brazilian Trade and Great Britain, 513

Business Prospect Year-Book, 891

Canadian Companies, 450

Canadian and U.S. Timber, 612

Cement, German, 557

Cement in Pennsylvania, 745

Cotton Crops, 445, 808

Industries and Commerce—continued.

Cotton Supplies from Egypt, 563, 676

Emery Wheels: New Sheffield Works, 399

Flax Industry at Victoria, 513

German Machine-Tools, 737

Germany’s Foreign Trade, 578

Import Regulations, French, 443

Irish Industries and the Railways, 513

Leeds Chamber of Commerce Year-Book, 253

Llanelly Tin-Plate Mills, 579, 633, 667, 769, 799

Locomotive Exports, 218, 276, 398, 663

New South Wales, Trade of, 578, 718

Northern Coal, Iron, and Steel Companies, 31

Norwegian Law Affecting Commercial Travellers, 445

Paper from Sugar-Cane, 893

Pennsylvania Strike for Voting Purposes, 745

Peruvian Sugar Cultivation, 676

Potash Industry (German), 442

Ropes, German, 563

Russian Import Trade Methods, 301

Russian Mechanical Industries, 53

Sheffield Exports to the United States, £03

Sheffield, Fraudulent Marking, 503

Sheffield Goods and French Tariff, 163

Sheffield Trade (1910), 893

Silk-Worm Industry in Calabria, 612

South Africa and British Trade, 123

Swansea Valley Tin-Plate, &c., Trade, 163, 235, 365, 893

Syndicates in Germany, 9

Tasmanian Developments, 513

Woodcraft, 518

Institutions* See Technical Societies

Iron and Steel:

Armour-Plate and German Rolls, 303

Barry, New Works at, 269, 857

Belgian Blast-Furnaces, 218, 830

Brazilian Ore Deposits, 416

Brazilian Works (New), 455

British Rail Exports, 71, 135, 450, 667, 767

Canadian Ore, 267, 365, 753

Carbon and the Grading of Pig, 905

Carbon, Precipitation in Iron, 868

Carnegie Research Scholarship, 663

Cleveland, 17, 53, 89,123,163, 209, 235,269, 303, 333, 365, 399, 443, 475, 503, 537, 579, 603, 633, 667, 701, 737, 769, 799, 829, 857, 893

Crucible Steel Boom, 89

Cuban Ore, 830

Cumberland Hematite, 612

Dowlais, 17, 123, 333, 365, 399, 503, 579, 603, 667, 701, 737, 769, 799, 829, 857

Dunderland Iron Mines, 172

French Steel-Making, 838

General Trade, 28, 49, ICO, 212, 244, 280

German Iron-Mi neral Imports, 210

German Pig Production, 71, 732

German Steel Combine, 648

Girders, Cost of Cutting with Oxygen, 857

High-Speed Steel: Erratum^ 264

Italian Steel Production, 303

Martin (Pierre), Testimony to, 377

Middlesbrough Statistics, 89, 537

Nantygio and Blaina Iron Works, 829

Newfoundland Ore, 793

Norwegian Electrical Manufacture, 745, 893

Osborn’s South African Enterprise, 893

Plate, Large Steel, 17

Russian Duties on Steel, 701

Russian Pig Production, 139

Rust-Proof Anti-Corrosion Steel: Erratum, 666 Rust-Proof Anti-Corrosion Steel (Poldi), 633 Scotch Trade, 16, 52, 88, 122, 162, 209, 234, 268, 302, 332, 364, 398, 442, 474, 502, 536, 578, 602, 632, 666, 700, 736, 768, 798, 829, 857, 892

Sections, Lancashire Steel Co.’s Pocket-Book, 210

Sheffield, 17, 53, 89, 123, 163, 209, 235, 269,303, 333, 365, 399, 443, 475, 503, 537, 579, 603, 633, 667, 701, 737, 769, 799, 829, 856, 893

Sheffield Exports to United States, 53

Shipbuilding Structural Steel (Standard Specification), 578

Skinningrove Works, 17

Steel Plate Demand (Shipbuilding), 49

Sully Steel Works, 333

Swedish Deposits, 892

Swedish Electrical Furnaces, 743

Swedish Ore Exports, 146, 376, 560

Swedish Rail Contract, 450

Swedish Works ; English Visit, 60

Tees Shipments, 53, 123, 209, 503, 633, 769, 799, 857

Tool-Steel Tests, 744

Trollhattan Electric Smelting Works, 30, 122

United States Pig Production, 52

Vanadium and Cast Iron, 17, 519

Victorian Deposits, Investigation, 345

Victorian Ore. 128

World’s Iron Minerals, 876

World’s Pig Production, 719

Labour Questions. See Trade Societies, &c.

Light. Electric* See Electricity

Locomotives. See Railways

Machine Tools. See Mechanics

Marine Engineering. See Engines and Boilers

Markets:

Cleveland, 17, 53, 89,123, 163, 209, 235, 269, 303, 333, 365, 399, 443, 475, 503, 537, 579, 603, 633, 667, 701, 737, 769, 799, 829, 857, 893

Copper, 49. 159, 362, 552, 578, 683, 799, 859

Glasgow Pig Iron, 16, 52, 88, 122, 162, 209, 234, 268, 302, 332, 364, 398, 442, 474, 502, 536,578,

602, 632, 666, 700, 736, 768, 798, 828, 857,892

Sulphate of Ammonia, 16, 52, 88,122, 162, 209, 234, 268, 302, 332, 364, 398, 442, 474, 502,536,

578, 602, 632, 666, 700, 736, 768, 798, 829,857,

892

Swedish Iron Market, 329

Mechanics :

Addressing-Machine (Elliott): Erratum, 700 Belts (Steel-Link) for Elevators, &c., 172

Centrifugal Pumps and Continuous Service, 719

Chingford Reservoir Pumping-Plant, 700

Clutch (Magnetic) for Blowing-Engines, 100

Lathe Work, High-Speed, 869

Mechanics—continued.

Lead Joints, Wiped, 886

Lifts (Electric) at the General Post Office, 666

Pneumatic Tool Tests, 798

Power Diagram for Belt-Drive, 234

Ship-Stability Indicator (G. M. Balance), 512 Slide-Rule for Portland Cement Calculations, 752

Snow-Plough, Rotary, 581

Suisted’s Coaling Elevator : J ddendum, 373

Testing of Lathe-Tools : Erratum, 416

Water-Softening Plants ; Developments, 418

Metals. See Industries, Iron and Steel, and Mining and Metallurgy

Mining and Metallurgy :

Asbestos in Wyoming, 752

Australasian Gold, 800

British Columbia Mining, 382

British Gold Imports, 100

Burmese Petroleum, 667

Copper Output in Russia, 34

Corrosion Tests of Non-Ferrous Metals, 598

Cutting Metal with Oxygen, Cost of, 857 Explosives and Shot-Firing in Mines, 701 Freiberg Mining Industry, Discontinuance of, 892

Gold-Production of the World, 31

Luxembourg Mineral Production, 60

Machinery Exports, 218, 450

Naphtha in Russia (Kuban District), 579

New South Wales Gold, 821

Norwegian Gold, 445

Petroleum at Alberta, 277

Rhodesian Mines, 556

Titanium and Zirconium, 718

Vanadium Cast Iron, 17, 519

Miscellaneous:

Accidents and Industrial Indemnity, 172

Albert Medal of the Society of Arts, 54

Architecture (Extension Lectures), 502

Argentina ; Independence Centenary, 364 Astronomical Clock (Ancient) at Exeter, 53 Barrow-in-Furness Pocket-Guide, 551

Berliner Maschinenbau A.-G.; Works and Products, 737

British Fire-Prevention Committee’s Tests, 161, 521, 752

British-Made Goods, Where to Get Them, 436 Contracts, 25, 62, 89, 126, 163, 208, 302, 331, 373, 442, 512, 536, 580, 601, 632, 674, 709, 743, 799, 838, 902

Cresson (Elliott) Gold Medal, 901

Dictionary (Technical) in Six Languages, 765

Diseases, Industrial, 88

Doncaster Development, 701

Dust-Laying at Bristol, 163

Engineering Standards Committee, Specifications, 377, 578, 667, 678

Engineers’ Pocket-Books, 30

Engineers, Status of, 603

English Prices with Spanish Equivalents, 611

Epstein, Professor, and Frankfort Elektro-technical Institute, 736

Factory Sites at East wood, 666

Fire-Escapes in London, 53

Fire-Protection in North Germany, 442

Foreign Engineering Projects, 666

German Industry, 341

German Population, 354

Green-Book of London Society, 218

Health Resort Publications, 89, 763

Import Regulations, French, 443

India Rubber, Lectures on, 503

Korea, Recent Progress in, 349

Lakes, Great American, 744

Law (Engineering) Lectures, 120, 503, 579

Leeds Chamber of Commerce Year-Book, 253

Lincolnshire (N.E.) as Industrial District, 215

London Citizens’ Year-Book, 311

Lumber Output in the United States, 382

Martin (Pierre), Testimony to, 377

“ Mechanical World” Pocket Diary, 7c6

National Physical Laboratory, 674

New South Wales, Official Year-Book, 611

Noble, Sir Andrew, and Elswick, 52

Noble, Sir Andrew : Freedom of Newcastle, 97 Northern Coal, Iron and Steel Companies, 31 Paper from Sugar-Cane, 893

Patent Office Examiners, 207

Patentees’ Rights Question in Sweden, 783

Pears’ Shilling Encyclopedia, 769

Personal, 26, 54, 96, 126, 162, 210, 270, 329, 364, 395, 443, 476, 512, 545, 632, 666, 709, 743, 769, 807, 825, 858, 891

Pilgrims’ Road, 695

Prince Rupert, Development of, 207

Rates (World) for Conveyance of Goods, 34

Road Board, 123, 603

Road Development Act, 799

Russian Students in England, 106

Sheffield Exchange, 799

Sibley College and Research, 752

Silk Exports from China, 394

Slaughter-Houses, Public, 674

South African Guide, 777

State Geological Surveys. 701, 737

Students ; International Exchange, 400

Technical Press Index, 29

Tender, Deposit on Making a, 485

Textiles ; Fire-Tests, 162

Timber, Canadian, 18

“ Town-Planning Review,” 210

Trade Notes, 331

Trees, Felling, by Wire-Cutting, 578

Turkish Public Works’ Concessions, 799

Well, Spouting, in Florida, 752

Wheat Harvest, 513

“ Who’s Who in Engineering,” 61

“ Wood Craft,” 518

Motorcars. &c.:

Automobile Engineering for 1911, 857

Marine Motor-Engines, 902

Motor-Car Licence Tables, 14

Motor-Car Taxes, 548

Motor-Engine, New, 869

Selden Automobile Patent, 311

Sheppee Convertible Steam Motor Vehicle ;

Erratum, 795

Tyre-Testing Machine (Palmer’s), 767

Wolseley Garage, 644

Naval:

“Admiral Spaun,” Austrian Scout, 269 Australian Destroyers, 17

“ Blanche,” H.M.S., 365, 416

Brazilian Destroyers, 108, 126

British Destroyers, 236

“ Cavalier,” French Destroyer, 709

Chilian Projects, 51

Coaling in Bad Weather, 365

Danish Submarines and Torpedo-Boats, 235

“ Dante Alighieri,” Italian Dreadnought, 331 Destroyers (New), 443

Devonport Dock Extensions, 443, 769

Devonport, Light Cranes at, 123

Dredger, New Admiralty, 364

Dutch Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 608

“ Fighting Ships,” Jane’s, 313

German Naval Construction, Rate of Building. 53

German Navy, 215, 658

Gun-Boat for Macao ; Erratum, 52

“Hannibal,” H.M. Battleship, 633

“Indefatigable,” H.M.S., 303, 737

Japanese Navy, 612, 701

Keyham, 163, 365, 769

“Les Flottes de Combat en 1911.” 798

“Lion,” H.M.S., 476

“ Liverpool,” H.M.S., 364

“Natal,” Rapid Gun Fire, 268

Naval Constructors’ Committee, 579

Nesdrum Water-Tube Boilers Approved, 96 “Orion,” H.M.S., 89, 372

“ Paulding,” Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 475

Portsmouth Dredging Operations, 633 Portsmouth Floating Dock Viaduct, 603 “ Posen,” German Ironclad, 172 Swedish Naval Station (New), 450 “ Von der Tann,” German Navy, 633 Warships, Obsolete, 475

Zoelly Turbines in the German Navy, 265

Obituary., See General Index

Physics and Chemistry:

Chemical Engineering at the Imperial College, 890

Corrosion Tests of Non-Ferrous Metals, 598

Geology and Civil Engineering, 518

Metals, Influence of Pressure on Boiling-Point, 418

Radium, Metallic, 737

Radium in Sweden, 139

Temperature Scales, Fixed Points for, 518

Ultra-Violet Rays, Effect on Water, 316

Piers. See Harbours

Pneumatic Tools, Arc. See Mechanics

Power Plants. See Electricity

Producers, Gas. See Gas and Gas-Engines

Kailways and Locomotives:

Aarhus-Randers Electric, 821

Adhesion Railway, Steep Gradient, 277 Australian Construction, 345

Australian Railway Economics: Addendum, 861

Austrian (South) Railway Tariffs, 736

Ballast-Crushing Plant (North-Eastern), 579

Brazilian Railways (Bahia), 745

Brecon and Merthyr, 303

Brennan Gyroscopic Mono-Railway, 663

Canadian Grand Trunk Systems, 901

Canadian Northern Railway, 813, 892

Canadian Progress, 718

Canadian Traffic, 172

Chinese Projects, 418

Fencing Canadian Lines, 186

French Railway Mileage, 110

French Railway Traffic, 269

Gasolene Locomotive for Mines, 572

German Rolling-Stock, 442

Great Western Improvements, &c., 123, 537-

Home Railways, 579

Hudson Bay, 844

Kowloon Railway, 365

Lartington (N.E.) Railway Accident, 445

Light Railway Order, 857

Locomotive Exports, 218, 276, 398, 663

Locomotives for Italian State Railways, 200

Locomotive, One-Man, in Sweden, 377

Locomotive Power, Cost, 551

Locomotive Superheating, 512

Locomotive Testing Plant for Illinois Univer-versity, 26

Mallet Locomotives for Coal Trains, 38

Michigan Central Railroad Tunnel, 579

Midland Railway Extensions, &c., 398, 675

Mont d’Or Tunnel, 611

Officials, Universal Directory of Railway, 474

Peat Fuel on Railways, 902

Railway and Canal Traffic Act (1888), 514

Railway Engineering, Lectures on, 235

Russian Railway Statistics, 675

Russian Rolling-Stock, 48

Sheffield and the Railway Industry, 269

Simplon Tunnel, 400

Spanish Northern Railway, 808

St. Gothard, 112

St. Petersburg ; Railway Electrification, 329

State Ownership of Railways, 718

Swedish State Railways, 893

Swedish State Railways ; Third-Class Sleeping Cars, 445

Taff Vale Railway Accounts, 210

Transition Curves, Tables of, 588

Trans-Siberian Railway, 696

Truck (Radial) of American Locomotive Company, 38

Turkish (Asia) Projects, 365

Two-Gauge Goods Carriages in Russia, 752

Welsh Railway Traffic, 537

World Railway Mileage, 159

Schools* See Education

Hawsige:

Northern Low-Level Sewer, 143

St. Petersburg Drainage, 808

Ships and Shipbuilding:

“ JEncas,” for New Australian Service, 519 Argentine Coasting Trade and Foreign Vessels, 513

Bristol-Canada Service, 210, 667, 807

British International Trophy Race, 18

Ships and Shipbuilding—continued.

Cantilever-Framed Steamer : Trial Trip, 26 Clyde, &c., 52,209, 234, 302, 332, 364, 398, 502, 602, 632, 700, 769

Copenhagen-Hamburg Ferry (Proposed), 318

Dictionary, Nautical Technical, 485

Dredger for Panama Canal, 268

Euphrates, Steam Launch for, 16

Ferry-Steamer for Mersey, 168, 545

Ferry Traffic, International, 737

“ France ” (French Liner), 443

“ Franconia ” (Cunard Liner), 163

German Shipbuilding Contracts, 579

Gregory Coal-Oil Furnace in Yachts, 733

Hydroplane “ Columbine,” 776

Hydroplane “ Miranda IV.,” 475

Lakes, Navigation on the Great American, 744

Launch (Motor) for Metropolitan Police, 29

L. and S.W. Railway Steamers, 88, 537

“ Maloja,”New P. and O. Liner, 858

Marine Motor-Engines (Parsons), 902

Motor-Boats for Buenos Ayres, 611

Naval Architecture Scholarships, 639

Oil-Tank Steamer “ Esturia,” 814

South American and Great Britain (Projected Service), 376

Stability-Indicator (G.M. Balance), 512

Steering-Gear, Harrison, 666

Wallasey Ferry-Steamer, 168, 545

Yenesei: Steamer Traffic, 313

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

Strikes. See Trade Societies, &c.

Technical Societies, «&c.:

Aeronautical Society of Great Britain, 562 Apprenticeship, National Institution of, 467 Arts, Royal Society of, 54, 666, 697, 700

Automobile Engineers, Institution of, 399, 869, 901

Civil Engineers, Institution of, 514, 578, 642

Civil Engineers, Institution of (Students’ Meetings), 825, 908

Concrete Institute, 395

Consulting Engineers : Projected Association, 122

Dusseldorf International Congress, 799

Economics, London School of, 6u2

Electrical Engineers, Institution of, 25, 769

Engineers-in-Charge, Association of, 201, 578, 838

Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 602

Engineers, Society of, 143, 503, 551, 603, 674, 799, 859

Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania, 382

Foundrymen’s Association, British, 578, 736

Gas Engineers, German, 545

Gas Engineers, Institution of, 475

Gas and Water Engineers, German Institution, 207

Illuminating Engineering Society, 641

Iron and Steel Institute, 329, 377, 512

Junior Institution of Engineers, 52, 127, 598, 603

Leeds Association of Engineers. 902

Liverpool Engineering Society, 599, 767

Machinery Users’ Association (Inc.), 475, 891

Manchester Association of Engineers, 502, 562

Marine Engineers, Institute of, 512, 675

Metals, Institute of, 331, 598

Midland Institute of Mining, Civil, and Mechanical Engineers, 800

Mining Electrical Engineers, Association of, 329, 890

Mining Engineers, Institute of, 443

Municipal Engineers, Institution of, 99

Municipal Tramways Association, 398 Naval Architects, Institution of, 633, 856 Optical Convention (Proposed), 752, 829

Physical Society of London, 776

Portland Cement Manufacturers, Associated, 859

Railway Rolling-Stock, Association of Private Owners, 52

Refrigeration, International Congiess, 302

Technical Societies—continued

Rochdale Association of Engineers, 861

Rontgen Society, 599

Royal Institution, 798

Russian Technical Society, Imperial, 96

Sanitary Engineers, Institute of, 467

Sanitary Institute, Royal, 475, 642

Signal Engineers, Institution of, 701, 767

Society for the Development of Experimental Sciences, &c., 286

South Wales Institute of Engineers, 123,603,857

Staffordshire Iron and Steel Institute, 868

Teachers in Technical Institutions, Association of, 633, 693

Textile Institute, 394, 709

Water Engineers, Association of, 736

West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, 905

Telegraphy. See Electricity

Telephony. See Electricity

Trade. See Coal, Iron and Steel, Markets, Shipbuilding, Electricity, and Industries

Trade Societies, Unions. Strikes, «Sc.:

Accidents, Industrial, 802

Affiliated Trade Unions Report, 48

“ American Federationist,” 212, 312

Australian Conciliation Act Amendment, 244

Australian Labour Minister’s Proposals, 745

Barcelona Lock-Out, 838

Beetroot Industry (Projected Scheme), 376

Birmingham Bakehouse Inquiry, 99

Blacksmiths’ Society, Associated, 173, 563

Blastfurnacemen’s Wages, 89, 209, 503, 666

Board of Trade Reports as to Labour, 27, 99, 137, 212, 279, 312, 341, 394, 640, 745, 777

Boilermakers and Iron-Shipbuilders, 27, 173, 212, 612, 745

Bolckow Vaughan and the Four-Shift System, 513

Bolton Weavers’ Association, 394

Boot and Shoe Operatives, National Union of, 100, 344

Budget (1910-11), 49

Burnley Miners’ Dispute, 612

Cambrian Combine Employees’ Dispute, 376, 394, 900

Canadian Grand Trunk Railway Strike, 139,

Card-Room Operatives and Cotton Trade Agreement, 212, 244

Carpenters’ and Joiners’ Society, 138, 280

Chain-Making Industry and Trade Boards Act, 376

Chain Manufacturers and the “ White List,” 344, 445, 563

Chatham Government Labourers and Logan, 900

Chicago Clothing Workers’ Strike Disturbance, 861

Child Labour in Leeds, 676

Cleveland Ironstone Miners’ Wages, 163, 537

Clifton Collieries (Notts) Strike, 676

Clyde Boilermakers’ Wages, 312

Clyde Engineers : Wages Question, 28

Colliery Engine-Winders, 312

Conciliation Board, General Advantage of, 173

Copenhagen International Shipping Congress, 376

Cotton-Growing in Greece, 532

Cotton-Spinners, Operative, 138, 280

Cotton Trade Agreement, 138, 173, 212, 244

Cotton Trade Grinders’ Duties Question, 394

Cotton Trade Lock-Out, 394, 445, 476, 513, 532

Doulton’s Employees : Strikers’ Violence, 696

Drunkenness and American Locomotive Engineers, 612

Durham Miners and Mr. Justice Grantham, 49

Durham Miners’ Wages, 900

Eight-Hours Act and Durham Mining, 27,173

Eight-Hours Act and Miners’ Federation, 49

Eight-Hours Act in South Wales, 28, 303

Engineers, Amalgamated Society of, 100, 243, 312, 696, 808

Engineers’ Society and Shipbuilding Trades, 696

Factory Inspector; Case of Obstruction, 100

Factory and Workshops Consolidation Act, 100

Trade Societies, Unions, &c^continued.

Female Labour in Germany, 676

French Building Trade Strike, 838

French Railway Employees Disputes, 139,53.

563

French Working Hours : Proposals, 837 Friendly Society Returns, 900 .

General Federation of Trade Unions, 2/, 100 280, 777

German Shipyard Strike, 476, 532

German Strikers Replaced by English Firemen &c., 476

Germany, Life and Labour in, 173

Germany : Trade-Union Statistics, 676

Great Eastern Railway Employees and th<

Gorell Award, 532, 640

Great Northern Railway and Employees, 376, OCX

Hamburg Shipping Strike, 244, 280, 329

Home Office : Administrative Changes, 100 Hours of Labour : Board of Trade Report, 344 Independent Labour Party Dissensions, 344 Industrial Notes, 27, 48, 99, 137, 173, 211, 243,

279, 312, 344, 376, 394, 445, 476, 513, 531, 563,

612, 640, 676, 696, 745, 777, 808, 837, S61, 900

Industrial Situation, 137, 279, 640, 745, 861

Injunctions in the States, 212

Insurance (State) against Unemployment and Invalidity, 49

International Strike of Seamen, Proposed, 900

Ironfounders’ Friendly Society v. Ingall, 777

Ironfounders’ Society, 138, 244, 531

Ironmoulders* Society, 243, 676, 837

Ironstone Miners' (Cleveland) Wages, 89

Ironworkers’ Conference, 100

“Ironworkers’ Journal,” 100, 243

Ironworkers : Unlawful Assembly Case, 243

Ironworkers’ Wages, 163, 209, 474, 475, 531, 769

Italian Cotton-Spinners’ Hours, 394

Kirkdale Election and Labour Party, 280

Labour Exchange Reports, 27, 445

Labour Exchanges and the Unemployed Problem, 861

Labour Party and Annual Conference Resolutions, 696 v

Labour Party (British): Position, &c., 49

Labour Party and Parliamentary Levy, 212, 312, 861

Labour Party’s Quarterly Circular, 280

Lacemakers (Long Eaton) and Rates, 394

Lancashire and Cheshire Miners’ Political

Association, 445

Lancashire Miners’ Strike against Non-Unionists, 900

Lead Poisoning : Committee’s Report, 100 Leicester Shoe-Factory Strike, 64U

Levies, Parliamentary: Injunctions Against, 28, 100

Liverpool Railway Carters’ Strike, 640, 676

London Omnibus Employees’ Strike, 838

Miners’ Federation, 244

National Free Labour Association, 640

Newport Dock Strike, 28, 49, 163

New South Wales Trade, 718

New York Cloak-Makers’ Strike, 377

New Zealand and Arbitration Law, 612

North-East Coast Engineers’ Wages, 808

North-Eastern Railwaymen’s Strike, 123, 139 173, 211

Northumberland Minersand the Agreement 28 Northumberland Miners’ Association, 532 ’ Norwegian Law Affecting Commercial Travellers, &c., 445

Oil-Trust War in America, 532

Old-Age Pensions ; Removal of Disqualification 49

Oldham Card-Room Operatives and Agree-ment, 212

Ordnance Survey Wages Inquiry, 28

Organisation of Labour in the States, 212

Osborne Judgment ; Principle Involved, 837

Osborne Judgment and Socialist Labour, 513 640, 696

Osborne Judgment and Trades Unionists’ Defence League, 745

Osborne Judgment and the Unions, 312,745,777

Trade Societies, Inions, Ac.—conrinued.

Osborne Judgment, Violations of, 640 Parliamentary Levies and the Unions, 312, 745 Patternmakers’ Association, United, 532, 696, 837

Poor-Law Children and “Trades and Labour Gazette,” 212

Post-Office Messengers and Temporary Employment, 49

Railwaymen and Arbitrators’ Awards, 243, 344 Railway Regulation Act, Working of, 394 Railway Servants; Mr. Webb’s Address, 602 Restraint of Trade and Unions (Unregistered), 28

Sailors and Firemen ; Threatened Strike, 28, 212, 243, 900

Scotter, Sir Charles, 900

Scottish Miners’ Federation, 900

Scottish Shipbuilders’ Wages, 88

Seamen’s Conciliation Board ; Proposal, 243 Sheep-Shearers’ Co-Operation, 698 Sheerness Dock Labourers’ Strike, 476 Sheffield, Employment in, 701, 856 Sheffield ; High Wages, 89

Sheffield Moulders’ Arbitrary Action, 537

Sheffield Moulders’ Wages Dispute, 123, 163, 333, 394, 861

Sheffield Patternmakers, Discharge of, 475 Shipbuilding Lock-Out, 212, 243, 376, 445, 476, 513, 532, 563, 612, 640, 676, 745, 777, 808, 861 Shotton Iron Works, Picketing, 808, 837, 900 Simons’ Finishers ; Disloyalty to Leaders, 513 Skilled Labour Report, 137, 279. 777, 861 South Metropolitan Gas Company’s Profit-

Sharing, 280

South Wales Miners’ Disputes, 243, 445, 476, 513, 612, 640, 676, 696, 745, 777, 808, 837, 861, 900

South Wales Miners and Non-Unionists, 49, 376

South Wales Miners ; Strikers’ Riots, 696 Spanish Strikes, 212, 377, 777

Staffordshire Pit-Boys and the Eight-llours Act, 28

State Insurance and the Friendly Societies, 676 Steam-Engine Makers’ Society, 138, 745, 837 Steel Trade Unions, Possible Amalgamation, 900 Strike-Breakers Refused Entry, 861 Strike Statistics, 138, 280, 390

Strikes (United States), Legality of, 344

Swansea Meeting of General Federation, 27

Swedish Strike Results, 212

Taxi-Cab Drivers’ Strike, 312

Textile Institute, 394

Textile Workers’ Conference, 212

Tool-Makers’ Society, 212, 563, 838 “ Trades and Labour Gazette,” 212 Trade Union Act and Registration, 563 Trade Union Congress, 243 Trade Union Defence League, 280, 344, 745 Trade Unionists and their Officials, 211 Unions, Parliamentary Strength of, 49 Wages ; Board of Trade Inquiry, 99 Wages, Fluctuation of, 138, 280, 344 , 640 Wallsend Boilermakers ; Proposed Loan, 532 Workmen’s Compensation ; Statistics, 808 Yorkshire Miners and Non-Unionists, 640

Tramways :

Asphalt and Tramway-Rail Joint, 733

Cardiff Corporation, i63

Scarborough, 639

United Kingdom Systems, Revenue, and Mileage, 743

Universities. Soo. Education

Vehicles. See Motor-Cart and Railway

Warships. See Naval

Water Works, Ac.:

Augsburg-Niimberg Supply, 345

Lead Joints, Wiped, 886

Pumping-Engine, &c., for Lahore, 62

Rhymney Valley Supply, 89 St. Petersburg Supply, 808

Sources of Information