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The Engineer 1889/02/15

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Main Subjects

  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, p 132.
  • Addy's Milling Cutter, p 137. (Illustrated).
  • Appleby and Co of Greenwich - Gold Mining Plant (Stamp Mill), Cerro De Pasco, Transvaal, p 133 and 134. (Illustrated).
  • Dimensions of Physical and Mechanical Quantities - By Oliver J. Lodge, p 131.
  • Editorial, p 141.
    • The Retirement of Sir Joseph Bazalgette.
    • Petroleum as Estate Fuel.
    • Other Mechanical Engineers.
    • Railway Rates and the Heavy Trades.
    • Local Authorities and Electrical Engineering.
    • Dock Accommodation on the Tyne.
    • Weldon Freestone and Weldon Rag - Weldon quarries.
    • The corrosion of Steel Ships - HMS Nile.
  • Education of Institution in Machine Designing - John T. Hawkins, p 147.
  • Electric Street Railways in America, p 147.
  • Induced Currents, p 131.
  • Lead Poisoning Through Water, p 146.
  • Letters to the Editor, p 138.
    • Oliver J. Lodge.
    • Anthony S. Bower.
    • W. H. Wheeler.
    • Walter Bagshaw.
    • Hodgkinson and Co.
    • Frederick Elie Gay.
  • Private Bills in Parliament, p 146.
  • Steam Engine Makers' Society, p 134.
  • Wild's Governor, p 137. (Illustrated).

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