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The Engineer 1904 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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  • 1903 – A Retrospective
  • Accident? What is an

Accidents, Explosions, Fires Etc.

  • Burnbrook Mills
  • Boiler Explosions Act
  • Cage Accident, Nunnery Colliery
  • Colliery Accidents
  • Explosion, Gas main, St. Pancras
  • Explosions produced by Ferro-silicon
  • Fire, Baltimore, Fire-resisting Quality of Wire Glass Proved, (437)
  • - at the Bristol Corporation Electric Light Works, (13)
  • - at Mordey, Carney and Co.’s Shipbuilding Works, (65)
  • - in the Water Main Colliery, (89) at the Works of Gresham and Craven, Limited, (415)
  • Gas Explosion, Burma, (191)
  • Gun, Explosion of an American, (402)
  • Iron Mines of La Baume Destroyed by a Landslip, (637)
  • Middlesbrough Dock, (39)
  • Mines, Home-office’s Advance Proof of the Tables of Fatal Accidents and Deaths in, (89)
  • New York Hotel Building Collapse, Coroner’s Verdict, (463)
  • Pallion, Sunderland, Messrs. John Lynn’s Engineering Works, (89)
  • Precautions Taken Against Fire at Motor Car Works, (437)
  • Railway — see Railway Accidents
  • AERONAUTICAL Competition to be Founded by the Paris Municipality, (341)
  • Agricultural Implements from the United States, Export of, (613)
  • Agricultural Machinery for the Cordoba Exhibition, (365)
  • - Industry in Odessa, (341) in the Kieff District, Demand for, (341)
  • - Projected Curtailment of American Production, (92)
  • - Required at Rosaric, British Consul with Regard to, (587)
  • - The R.A.S. Show, 632
  • - Russia, Brisk Trade in, (161). (341)
  • Air Compressor, The R. H. Collingham. No. 1, 558, 627
  • Air Compressor Plant, Calumet and Hecla Copper Mine, United States, 562
  • Air Pumps, 145
  • Albula Railway, The, 226, 227, 229
  • Alcohol, Denaturalisation of. Prize Offered by the Russian Ministry of Finance, (65) in Germany, Duty-free, (389) for Manufacturing Purposes, Permission asked for the Use of Duty-free, (463) as a Motive Power, 399, 422 and the Motor Car, 391
  • Prize Offered by the Russian Government for a Process by which it can be made Undrinkable, (415)
  • Almanacs and Calendars, 24, 50,71, 98, 148
  • Allan, Sir William, 8 ; and Memorial to, (299) Allen, Mr. Jeremiah M., (89)
  • All-gear Head and the Motor, The, 566
  • Allotropy of Metals, 139
  • Alloys of Copper and Arsenic, Mr. A. J. Hiorns on, 445
  • Alloys of Copper and Tin, Prof, Turner on the Properties of Bronze and other, (246)
  • Alloy, Magnalium, Use of the New, (191)
  • Alloys Research Committee, Reports to the, 177, 226 ; Heat Treatment of Steel, T. K. Rose, 84, 204, 284
  • Alloys Research Committee, Mr. W. H. Merritt on the Work of the, (196)
  • Aluminium Employed for Electric Transmission Lines io America, (341) for Wood in Machinery of Spinning Mills, Substitution of^ (513) Zine Treated with, (513)
  • Amalgamation of the South Durham Company with the Cargo Fleet Iron and Steel Company, Limited (39), (173), 199
  • American Education, 367
  • American Foundry, A Modern, 36, 37
  • Ammunition Works, Witton, 493
  • Animal Pull, 419
  • Ankylostomiasis, Discussion on, 603 Apples, Storage of, in the United States, (537)

Appointments and Resignations Appointments:

  • Bond, Mr. John, (191)
  • Brackenbury, General Sir Henry, (221)
  • Appointments (eontiHuc<.i)i
  • Carlisle, Mr. Kdwin, (147)
  • Carlyle, Mr., (148)
  • Crowe, Mr. Henry, (573)
  • Davies, Mr. F. L., (474), (531)
  • Davis, Mr. H. W., (99)
  • Dixon, Mr. John, (573)
  • Drummond, Mr. Hugh, (341)
  • Ingram, Mr. N. M., (524)
  • Jones, Mr. D., (573)
  • Lambert, Mr. C. A., (262), (^71)
  • Longmuir, Mr. Percy, (40U)
  • McLaren, Sir Chas., (463)
  • Mellsom, Mr. K., (89)
  • Mosley, Mr. Tonman, (437)
  • Sanitar, Mr. E, H., (573)
  • Scotter, Sir Chas., (341), (352)
  • Wadsworth, Mr. J., (51)
  • Wainwright, Mr. H. S., (89)
  • Whitehouse, Sir George, (137)

Resignations:

  • Barker, Mr. R,, (463)
  • Campbell, Lt.-Col. the Hon. H. W., (341)
  • Duffield, Mr. Jas., (123)
  • Hodges, Mr. P,, (473)
  • Hoy, Mr. H. A., (191)
  • Mellor, Col. J. J., (463)
  • Peel, Lord, (137)
  • Sanitar, Mr. E. H., (473)
  • Weston, Mr. Wm., 134
  • Wood, Mr. G. B., (473)
  • APPRENTICES in Baldwin Locomotive Works, U.S.A., 261
  • Apprentices, Education of, 43
  • Arbitration, Compulsory, 92

Armour Plates:

  • Admiralty Orders for 6000 tons of, (235), (247)
  • Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., for Japanese Battleship, (221)
  • ARMOURED Concrete Water Tower, U.S.A, (548)
  • Articulations in Granite for Bridges, 591

Association The British:

  • York Invites the Association to Meet there in 1906, (587)
  • Association, British Foundrymen’s: Formation and Constitution, (545)

Association of Engineers, Leeds:

  • High-capacity Railway Wagons, Mr. Jas. T. Jepson, 373
  • High-speed Turning, Mr. John Miley, 146
  • Slip in Pumps, Professor Goodman, 322
  • Turning Steel Shafts of Small Diameter, Discussion on the Difficulty of, 243

Association of Engineers, Manchester:

  • Anniversary Dinner, (186) !
  • Council’s R sport for Past Year, (147) i
  • Half-yearly Meeting, Election of Members, i (623)
  • inaugural Address of the President, Mr. A. Saxon, on Development of Engineering, 96 Boilers, Water-tube y. Flue, Mr. A. Hobbs, 234 Electric Driving for Engineering Works, Mr. B. Longbottom, 373
  • Japanese Member, Election of the First, (299) Power Hammers and Recent Developments, Mr. H. F. Massey, 298
  • Screw Milling Machines, Mr. H. Liebert, 147 Tool Steel Experiments, Dr. Nicholson’s Report on, 142, (450)
  • Visit to Northwich, The Lift Locks, 459

Association, German Engineers’:

  • Grashof Medal Conferred on Mr. Parsons and M. de Laval, tht Pioneers of Steam Turbine Propulsion, (587)
  • Association, Ironinongers’ Federated: Visit to Witton Ammunition Works, 493

Association of Managers of Sewage Disposal Works:

  • Year’s Progress in the Solution of the Sewage Problem, Mr. W. D, Scott-Moncrieff, (265)

Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:

  • Styrian Steel, Billets, Bars, and Forgings, Mr. R. B. Hodgson, (270). 283
  • Visit to the Aston Electric Power Station, (196)

Association of Municipal Engineers, Incorporated;

  • Visit to Buxton Bacterial Filter Beds, (549)

Association, South Wales Coalowners’:

  • Appointment of Mr. F. L. Davies as President, (561)

Association, United Machine Workers’:

  • Fifty-ninth Annual Report, 494

Association of Waterworks Engineers, | British: |

  • Ninth Annual General Meeting : Papers to be ’ Kead, 541 i
  • ASTRONOMER Royal's Report as to Mein Temperature and Rainfall for 1903, (587)
  • Atlas Works, Sbetlield, (407) “Vuriferous Ore Co., Halifax, Nova Scotia, (209) \.utomatic Marking for Musketry Practice, (137)
  • BABBAGE and the Analytical Engines, 169
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, Annual Smoking Concert, (124)
  • Balloon and Kite Ascents, Summary of, (513)
  • Balloons, Metal, for Raising Sunken Vessels, Experiments in Reval Harbour, (561)
  • Bamboo, Paper made from, (114)
  • Band Brakes, 119 Barrow, P»oposed Bridge to Walney Island, (39), (114), (209), 327, (573), (647)
  • Barrows and Sons, Messrs. Wm., Sale of their Works, (220)
  • Bath, The Question of Locomotive Traffic in the Streets of, (315)
  • Bath and West of England Show, (550)
  • Battleship Design, The Tendency of, 577 Battleships—see. Ships
  • Battle of Port Arthur, The, 164
  • Bearing, Self-oiling, Unbreakable Pulley, and
  • Mill-gearing Company of West Gorton. (327) Beasley, Mr. A., Presentation to, (287), (300) Belgium, Industrial Development of, (209) Prosperity of, shown by Savings Banks Returns, (613)
  • Sums Spent on Public Works in, (613)
  • Belt-conveying Plant, New, Messrs. Graham, Merton and Co., 535

Bills;

  • Birmingham Tramways Extension, Proposed, (613)
  • Barrow, Bridge to Walney Island, (39), (114) Barrow Corporation, (647)
  • Brazilian Navy Reorganisation, (609)
  • Cambrian Railways Bill Passed, (488) Canal Traffic, Introduced by Sir John Brunner, (437)
  • Cardiff Railway, (148)
  • Cheshire Electricity and Power Gas Company, (137)
  • Garman Government to Promote Erection of Small, Low-rented Dwellings, Unimpeachable from Sanitary, Moral, Social Points of View, (488)
  • Humber Commercial Railway and Dock, (415)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company’s Steamboat Services, 4, (437)
  • Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Electric Power, Opposition to, (191)
  • Loudon and North-Western, Short Line to the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show Ground, near Twyford Abbey, (189)
  • London Port and Docks, Petition Against, (161)
  • Manx Legislative Company’s. Legalising the Holding of the Eliminating Trials in Connection with the Motor Race for the Gordon Bennett Cup, (287)
  • Marylebone Borough Council Electric Lighting, (341)
  • Metric Weights and Measures Adoption, (161) Midland Railway Omnibus, (235)
  • Newport Docks, (148)
  • North and South Woolwich Electric Railway, (340)
  • North Staffordshire Railway, (612)
  • North Yorkshire Dales Railway Company, (52); Withdrawn, (270)
  • Preston and Blackburn Tramways, (45), (287), (613)
  • Private, 1904, 308, 369, 387
  • Prussian Canals and Waterways, (389)
  • Radway Companies’, for Eusuing Session, (13), (189)
  • Thames Steamboat, Petition Against, (161)
  • Tipton District Engineering Scheme, (498)
  • Torquay Tramways, Electrolysis Clause to be Inserted in, (161)
  • Tottenham Court - road Tramways, M.P.’s Oppose, (191)
  • United States, for the Licensing of Engineers and Pilots of Motor Boats, (287)
  • United States, Manufacture of Denatured Alcohol, (287)
  • Various Bills against which the Stockport Town Council intends to Petition Parliament, (65)

BIRTHS and Deaths in London and Seventy-five other Towns, Weekly Return, (137)

  • Blackburn Education Committee, Applications for Post of Principal of Technical School, (587) '
  • Blast Furnaces, Number of American, (252) Furuaco Plants, American for Bolckow,
  • Vaughan and Co., (161)
  • Plant in the United Kingdom, Rettirn of the Changes in tho, (415)
  • A Record Charcoal, (341)
  • Board of Trade, The, 616
  • and Condensers, 617
  • Returns, Capital Expenditure on Tramways and Works, (203) Surveys, 665

Boilers:

  • Corrosion of Steam. (192)
  • Explosions Act, 1882 and 1890, Report for the Year 1903, (65)
  • Explosion on Locomotive owned by Messrs. Nevill, Druce and Co. : Judgment given at Llanelly, (114)
  • Feed-water from Septic Tanks ? (323), 397
  • Management, R, T. Cooke, 384
  • Niclausse, 217
  • Niclausse, in the United States Navy, 91, 145
  • Plants in St. Louis, (587)
  • Power, 212
  • Water-tube, Mr. W. E. Berry, 200, 201 V. Flue, Mr. A, Hobbs on, 234 L'icomotive Type, Southampton
  • Docks, Mr. D. Drummond, 305, 322
  • BOOT and Son, Bi-photo Prints, (488)
  • Borough Councils and House Drainage 373
  • Bournebrook, Metallurgical Buildings at, (472)
  • Bournebrook, The New University Buildings, (270)
  • Bournemouth, Construction of Sea Defence Works and Undercliff Drive, (39)
  • Brazil, New Branches of Industry in, (39)
  • Brazil, Number of Cotton Mills in, and Capacity of the Largest, (262)
  • Breakdowns in the Navy— see Shipping Accidents Brewing Plants in America mostly Owned by Germans, (415)

Bridges, Railway and other:

  • Albula Railway, 257
  • Articulation in Granite for, 591
  • Austria, Concrete Road Bridges in, 424
  • Ayr, Closed for Traffic, (341)
  • Barrow, to Walney Island, (39), (114), (209), 327, (573), (647)
  • Barry Company’s, for the, (574)
  • Bristol Town Council, Widening and Reconstruction of Four Bridges on the Dock Estate, (470)
  • Budapest, The Elizabeth (Supplevienli April 1904), 379, 429, 503,514, 579, 628, 629
  • The Old Suspension, 422
  • Cairo, New, 491
  • Caisson Disease, (114), (135)
  • Conway Suspension, 517
  • Copley, Steel Foot-bridge over the Canal at, (459)
  • Frequency in the Loading of Railway, 179
  • Grosvenor, London, Brighton, and South Coast, 584, 585
  • Iron, Erection of, R. G. Scholefield, 297
  • Lambeth, (235), 616
  • London, Ceremony to Celebrate the Completion of tho Widening of the, (343)
  • Long Plate Girder Bridges, 422
  • Middlesbrough, Transporter for, (91
  • Midland Railway between Settle and Carlisle, New Iron Girder, (137)
  • Neva, St. Petersburg, The Troitsky, 280, 281
  • Nile, Order for Secured by Messrs.. Head, Wrightson and Co., (647)
  • North-Eastern Railway, Darlington, (123)
  • Russian State, New Official Regulations for Railway, 307
  • Saxony, Plauen, Stone Arch, 218
  • Sonning, (209), 291
  • Spain, Betanz ;s, (537)
  • Sydney Harbour, (175)
  • Talingho, Extra-Mural Railway, (89)
  • Thames, Order for Seemed by Messrs. Head, Wrightson and Co., (647)
  • Tower, G. Munro Fined for causing Light Locomotive to be Used on, (191)
  • Troitsky, over ihe Neva, St. Petersburg, 280, 281
  • United States, American Bridge Company’s Works at Lafayette, Ind. Closed, (415)
  • Brooklyn, 80
  • Carbondale, Concrete Arch Railway Bridge, 83, 88
  • Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway, Counterbalanced Swieg, 548
  • Chicago River Bascule, 142 Concrete Railway, 416 Hartford, Stone, 496
  • Manhattan, Cais on Disease m the Foundation Work, (H^) New York, Blackwell’s Island, over the East River, 244 New York, East River Suspension, (13), 80
  • Pennsylvania Railway, Masonry instead of Steel on, in Future, (613)
  • St. Louis, 443
  • Shore Line, Four New Bridges Projected, (13)
  • Williamsburg, still without Railway Service Across it, (114) Vauxhall, New, 135 . rnbla
  • Victoria Falls, over the Zambesi, (248) , Cable
  • Conveyor for, (287) , __ . ,
  • Walney Island, Vickers, Sons and Maxim and the. (39), (114), (209), 327. (573). (617) Warrington, Widening ot, (479)
  • BRIQUETTE Fuel, Use of, in German Mines, (488)

British Association, The:

  • To be Invited to Meet in York in 1906, (537) Ih'disk Jounutl of Pkotographij, Jubilee Number British ^Locomotives and their Work, by Charles Rous Marten, 80, 151, 199, 2ol, 303
  • Broadwood’s Piano Factory, 162, 166
  • Bromell Patents Company, Limited, Silent Ratchet Brace, 243 .
  • Bronzs and Alloys of Copper and Tin, Professor Turner on the Properties of, (246)
  • Bronze Ordnance, 258 -
  • Buildings, Bill Empowering the Corporation ot London to Inspect all, (315)
  • CABLEWAYS, Aeciil Suipsuiion, Me. J. M. Henderson on, 445
  • Cableway in the Argrentine, 492 . r>
  • Caisson Disease in Foundation Work in Bridg
  • New York, (114). (235)
  • Calcium Carbide, New Mode of Formation of,
  • M. H. Moissan on, (341)
  • Calorimetry, Liquid Hydrogen, Prof. Dawar on,
  • California. Water Power and Klectncity in, 0 Canada, Home Shipping Port for, 319
  • Irrigation in, 286, 306
  • Mineral Output, 1901, 1902, 1903, (315) North-west, Acreage Suitable for the Production of Cereals, (39)
  • Canadian Lift Lock, A, 69

Canals :

  • Belgian, Policy of Low Freights and Tolls Advisable, (437); Under State Control, (437)
  • Electric Towage Scheme for, 45
  • Ems, Quay Wall at Dalfz’jl. 193 .
  • Forth and Clyde Loch Lomond, Projected, i (131
  • France, Cutting of the Canal du Nord, (561)
  • Ghent and Terneuzen, (209)
  • Hennepin, United States, 324
  • Irrigation Reconstruction of the Yakuma, ioo Lake Onega and the White Sea, (65), (661) Manchester Ship, Estimate of the Cost of the New Works Proposed, (137); Traffic Receipts, November (13),Wmbe/ (111). 1903,^1904, March, (415); Traffic Returns, May, (687)
  • Manchester Ship Canal (Finance) Bill of 1904, Ml ea\e of, in France, and Traffic, (311) New York State, 509
  • North Sea and Baltic, Traffic and Dies, April, (587); 1903, (137); January, 1904, (23o);j February, (341)
  • Ohio, Annual Report of a Special Canal Com* mission, (65)
  • Ontario, Canal Lift at Peterborough, 69
  • Panama, Colombian Government’s Demand
  • Rejected, (365) I
  • Portage Lake, Commerce of, (191) i
  • Raiyan Project, The, 568 ,
  • Suez, March Traffic, (415); Navigation Returns for 1903, (561)
  • Suez, January Traffic Through, (209); Three Months’ Traffic and Dues, (463)
  • Thames and Severn, Open for Traffic, (209) Trent, United States, Hydraulic Lock for the,
  • Welland, Canadian Government’s Plan to Enlarge, (488)
  • CARBORUNDUM as Protection for Furnace Bricks, (488)
  • Cargo Fleet Iron and Steel Works, (450) i
  • Carnotite, Radium Obtained from, (114), (587) Castings, Tempering Malleable, 190

Catalogues: i

  • 24, 50, 76, 100,122, 146, 175, 243. 270, 328, 353, 400. 445, 474, 498, 522, 574, 598, 645
  • CEBU Harbour, 32
  • Call, Experiments with a New Primary, Mr. Bousfield, 445
  • Cellulose Production, Smokeless Powder Cloth, Cement^Consumption in the United States, (13) Plant at Buffiegbon, Ind., The Illinois Steel Company’s Great, (637) Weighers, Automatic, 522
  • Works in Rhenish-Westphalia, ‘‘Sales Union ” of, (537)
  • Chamberlain, Mr. Herbert, (549)
  • Chemical Substances Composing the Eirth, M.
  • Delamnay’s Work on the Distribution of, (287)
  • Ch.mistry, Atomic Theory, 460, 490, 493
  • Mr. Weston and Dockyard, 134
  • Chinese Patents and Trade Marks, 520
  • Cinnabar in British Columbia, Occurrence of, Mr. G F. Monckton, 604
  • Clearance in Steam Engine Cylinders, 238
  • Clutch, A New Friction, Messrs. Croft and Perkins, 371

Coal and Coke:

  • Anthracite, British Columbia, Discovery of, (613)
  • Donetz District Output, (13)
  • Coal and Coke {continued'):
  • Anthracite, United States Production, January, 1904, 1903, (191)
  • in Wales, (352)
  • Argentine Republic, Cardiff Coal and Coal Found in, (463)
  • Bituminous, Safe Storage of, A United States Insurance Company’s Instructions Relatiog to, (513) .
  • British, Imported into France I'id Havre, (613)
  • British Production, 1840 and 1903, (13)
  • Brown (Lignite), Thickness of Beds of, in Prussia, (587)
  • Coal and Patent Fuel for the Gold Coast Government Railway, Question Asked in the House, (415) . j
  • Coke, Foreign, Imported into Belgium, (36o), ! (513)
  • Consumption in Berlin, Quantity from Great Britain, &c., (161)
  • Consumption, California, 1902, 1903, (161)
  • Contracts, Locomotive, (13), 68
  • Contracts, Midland Railway, (604)
  • Cutting by Electricity, Mr. A. J. Tonge on, (74)
  • Denaby Main Case, The, 157
  • Dust Fuel, Tests of, U.S.A., 496
  • Exported into France from the United Kingdom and from Germany, (235)
  • Farcy Islands, Mr. G. A. Greener on the Coalfield of the, 603
  • German, Bought by Danish State Railways, but will not Compete with English, (613)
  • Germany, Output, January, (389)
  • Germany, Output of Lignite and Coal in, (39) Havre Imports, German v, British ? (89)
  • Hull Trade, 1903, The Yorkshire Collieries and the, 45
  • Imported into Russia, Coke and, (262)
  • Industry in Alsace-Lorraine, (352)
  • Japan, Kiou Siou, The Principal Basin, 423
  • Manton, near Worksop, Notts, The ‘'Top Hard ” Seam Reached at, (599)
  • Midland Coalfield, Extension of the, (74) Mining, United States, Use of Machinery in, (3S9)
  • Natal, Production, 1902, 1903, (437)
  • New Zealand, Output, (137)
  • Pittsburg District, (531)
  • Preservation of, by Submersion in the Sea, Experiments at Portsmouth, (561)
  • Pulverised, for Combustion in Steam Boilers, Mr. J. M. Sweeney on, (415)
  • Royal Commission on Coal Supplies, 323
  • Russia, Area of the Doneiz Mines, (262) Russian Coalfields in the Dombrovo Basin, Coal to be Sold from the Pit’s Mouth, (561)
  • Russian Protective Duty on Imported, (341)
  • Serudong, British N. Burma, Existence of Extensive Bod of, (39)
  • Shipped by Russian Merchants to Kio Chau from Cardiff, (352)
  • Spencer-Miller Apparatus for taking in Coil at Sea, All Russian Warships to be Fitted with, (561)
  • Storing at Gibraltar, 559
  • Sub-leader on, 188
  • Tar, Demand for Making Briquettes in the Donetz Basin, (161)
  • Tax in South Wales, Total Yield of, (315)
  • Three Months’ Export of, (463)
  • Trade, Lancashire, Unsatisfactory Condition cf, (161)
  • Trade, Mr. D. A. Thomas on the Condition of the,(100)
  • Transit on Indian Riilways, (443)
  • United States, Proportion of, Cut Mechanically, (519)
  • Welsh, Used with Good Results by the Western of France, (613)
  • Westphalian, for Carbonisation, (561)

COFFERDAMS, Freezing Process for, 393

  • Coast Protection, Clacton-on-Sea, (262)
  • Coke obtained from Petroleum by Prof. A. P. Lidoff, (287)
  • Colne Sewage Works, Extensions to, (13) Compressing Air for Power Purposes, Utilising the Tide in, (351)
  • Concrete Piles for Foundation Work in the United States, Increasing Use of, 564
  • Concrete Piles in Wet Soil, The Advantages of the Use of, (235)
  • Condensers, 539
  • Condensing Plant, 169
  • Condensing Plant, Independent, Messrs. Cole, Marchent and Morley, 40, 46
  • Conduction through Gases, 12
  • Conservation of Energy, 117

Contracts:

  • Gas, Coal and Shipping, 560
  • Indian Railway, Question in the House of Commons, (209)
  • Locomotive Coal, (13), 68
  • Midland Railway Coal, (604)
  • Placed, 450, 467, 491, 524, 536, 596
  • Swedish State Railway, Coal, (196), (208)

COOPERS Hill College, 465, 521, (648)

Copper:

  • Production, Probable Effect of the War on, 158
  • Wire for Electrical Purposes, Method of Producing, (137)
  • World’s Supply of on the Increase, (161) CORY, Mr. Richard, (100)
  • Costs in an Action for Infringement, 617
  • Cotton Cultivation, Porto Rico, (613) Manufacture in Great Britain, (191)
  • Mills in Brazil, (262)
  • Output from America, and Number of Spindles in the World, (89)
  • Spindles and Looms of the World and Great Britain, (191)
  • in Togoland, Expansion of the Native Cultivation of, (235)
  • Coulthard, Mr. William, (537)
  • County Council of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Scholarships and Exhibitions Offered by, 246
  • Courtier-Dutton, Mr. W. T., 38
  • Crane, American, 100-Ton Breakdown, 594
  • Crane Excavator, Steam, Messrs. John H. Wilson and Co., 167
  • Crane, New Form of Travelling Jib, Mr. J. Matthews, 57, 59
  • Cryostase, Properties of, (415)
  • Cuban Tariff, “Tin and AUoys thereof” Dutiable under the, (415)
  • Cutting Angle, 690, 612, 617, 613 , , .j
  • Cypress and Walnut or Cypress and Cedar said to Rot when used in Contact, (39)
  • DALLAS, Mr. Robert, 622
  • Davenport, Mr. Russell Wheeler, (315) Decimal Systems, 283
  • Definition in Science, 490, 521
  • Delfzigl, Quay Wall at, 193
  • Denaby Main Case, 155, 164
  • Destructors for Town Refuse, Mr. Geo. Watson and Mr. C. N. Russell, 630, 631
  • Diagram Measurer, Prof. D. A. Low, (624)
  • Die Head, A New, Alf. Herbert, Limited, 204, 205
  • Dilatometer, Mr. B, Bonnikeen, (272)
  • Directory Telegraph, (521) Directory for 1904, City of London, (551)
  • Discs, Steam Turbine, 481, 520, 544

Docks:

  • Bombay, The New Scheme, (13), 492
  • Bombay Port Trust, New Docks at Mody Bay,
  • Contract let to Price, Wills and Reeves, (437) Brest, Completed, (587)
  • Bristol, Progress of the Royal Edward the VXL, (100)
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard, Specifications Issued, Masonry Dry Dock, (52)
  • Cardiff, Two Large Dry Docks Projected, (148) Dry, Mr. A. W. Young on Design of a, 494 Engineering, 521
  • French Ports, Four Floating, Ordered by the Government for, (537)
  • Graving, Messrs, R. Stephenson and Company,
  • Limited, (550)
  • Hamburg, Extensions, (44)
  • Hebburn-on-Tyne, Messrs, R, Stephenson and Company, (450)
  • Hudson, River Wear, (299)
  • Mersey Extensions, (114), (161)
  • Mexican Port of Mazatlan, Construction of, (341)
  • Middlesbrough, Accident at, (39)
  • New York Navy Yard, New Dry, Only one Firm Tendered for its Construction, (235)
  • Piruius, Dry Docks, at a Standstill, (537) Seine, Projected, (114)
  • Southampton, Water - tube Locomotive- type Boiler, Mr. D. Drummond, 305, 322
  • Suez Canal Company, Floating Dock for the, (437)
  • Swansea, (402)

Dockyard Notes:

  • American Fleet, Torpedo Tubes Restored, 633
  • Guns, Length of the Latest Pattern, 633
  • Submarine Plunger, Periscope of the. 337
  • Archer, Homeward Bound, 10 Argonaut, to be Refitted, 184 Armament of French Ships Liberte, Democratic, Justice, and Verity, 441 of the New Warships, 493 of Ships of the Devonshire Class, (393)
  • “ Battle Grey ” Warships in Collision, (509) Berwick, Accident to the Cruiser, 364
  • Betting and Idleness at Devonport Dockyard, Admiral Henderson’s Action against, 144
  • Black Prince, her 6in. Guns to be Broadside only, 493
  • To have Raking Masts and Funnels, 509
  • Boilers, Battle of the, in Italy, 10, 622 Committees, Work of both, 337 of the Three New Battleships, 144
  • Briggs, Captain Charles, Succeeds Captain Ingle- field, 144
  • Centurion’s Gun-Sights, The Mystery of, Explained, 184
  • Chinese Cruiser Hai-tien Aground, 441 Coal-dust Firing, Experiments with, 393 Coaling at Sea, Experiments with the Gunboat Basilisk, 493
  • Commissioned Ships at Portsmouth, 622 Cornwall, Trials of, 509
  • Cruiser Encounter, Use Found for the, 441 Squadron, Race Home of the, 364
  • Cuniberti, Colonel, Emerges Triumphant from Socialist’s Accusations, 493
  • Danish Battleship Iver Huitfelt Destroyed by Fire, 70
  • Destroyers Exe and Eden, The, 364
  • Devonshire Classes to have Raking Masts and Funnels, (509)
  • Devonport Dockyard, Admiral Henderson’s Work at, 144
  • Drake Makes another Record, 10
  • Duke of Edinburgh Cruiser, Her Guns, 493
  • Duke of Edinburgh, Cruiser Launched, 622 “ Economy” and the Marconi Apparatus, 364 Elswick Ships Engaged in the War, 541
  • Exmouth Replaced by the Prince of Wales, 393 '^^^psdo, 23ft. Long, under Experiment,
  • French Channel Fleet, Its Composition for the Summer, 393, 445, 493
  • Cruiser Cassard, Disaster to, 337 Gambetta, The Cause of the Disaster, 337
  • Jules Michelet (revised Gambetta), 509
  • Renan to have Niclausse Boilers, 493
  • Victor Hugo, (393), 493 The Latest, 144
  • Navy, Petrol and Electric Submarines Added to the, 467
  • Gem Class Cruiser Topaze, Trials Postponed. 622 German Cruiser, Ersatz Merkur, 144
  • German Cruiser Hamburg, Speed Trial, 70; Her Builders, (144)
  • Ge^rman Cruiser Prinz Friedrich Karl, Trials of, Corvettes'Sold out of the Service.
  • (509) ’
  • T'lGS, 6in., are Useless, Feeling in the Naw vEat the. 622
  • Gun, The 1902 Model 12in. French, 591
  • Hercules as Flagship in Portsmouth Harbour, 337 ’
  • Highflyer Cruiser Refitted and sent to Portsmouth, 622
  • Hindustan Launched, 10
  • Iris and Mercury, Training Cruisers, Halls still Black, (509) j TJ i i>i>.
  • Italian Battleship, The Rumoured Ideal, 144 Italian Naval Engineers, Recent Decree respecting, 493
  • Iwate, Hole Made in Her, 184
  • Japanese Battleships. The ^ew, 144, 493 Cruisers Kasuga and Nisshin (ex Argentine), 70
  • Fleet, Engine-room Efficiency in the, 493
  • Mine, The Wonderful New, 591 Ships Lost, Elswick-built, 541 Torpedoes, Attack on the Pallada, 184, 217
  • Jeanne d’Arc, Steam Trial of, 337
  • Karrakatta, Homeward Bound, Water-tube Boilers, 10
  • King’s Bastion at Portsmouth, Treatment of, 144
  • King Edwards to be fitted with merged Tubes and to carry Oil Fuel, 144
  • Lancaster has Belleville Boilers, 633 Lancaster, Trials of, 509
  • Leviathan, Coaling at Singapore, 337 Lord Nelson Class, Rumour respecting Mr. Watt’s 441
  • Magnificent Refitted, and her Destination, The, 622
  • Magnificent to be Replaced by the Illustrious, 45
  • Majestic to be Replaced by the Cwsar, 45 Majesties to go into the Home Fleet and be Replaced by the Duncans, 622
  • Marchant, Mr., his Death, 144
  • May, Rear-Admiral H. J., 441
  • Medusa, Commissioned as Training Ship Tender to the Impregnable, (467)
  • Mersey Replaced in the Home Fleet by one of the Eclipse Class, 144
  • Motor Cars or Bicycles, owned by Almost all Naval Officers in the Home Ports, 144 Narcissus Coaling at Portsmouth, 337 Naval Estimates, Debate on the, 393
  • Manceuvres, Mediterranean Fleet Defeated by the Channel Fleet, (509)
  • War Came Founded at Malta, 144
  • Navy League, Mr, Arnold White at the General Meeting of, 509
  • New Zealand; Launch of 10
  • Oil Fuel Trials with the Surly, 591 Pallada, The, 184, 217
  • Portsmouth Naval War Game Society, Last War of the, 591
  • Premium System in the Government Yards, Adoption of the, 238, 244, (287)
  • Prince George, Prize Firing of the, 144 Queen to be Commissioned, 144
  • Raking Masts, (509)
  • Revenge turning over to the Exmouth, 467, 493
  • Revenge to Return to the Home Fleet after Refit, 591
  • Royal Arthur’s Return to Portsmouth, 541 Rupsrra Collision, The, 92
  • Russian Battleship Fitted to Bum Naphtha and Coal, 541
  • Captains Commended for Gallantry at the Battle of Port Arthur, 217
  • Destroyers still at Port Arthur, Ton, 622
  • Fleet, Origin of the, 184
  • Pallada Unhurt by the Torpedoing, 467
  • Programme, The New, 364
  • Ships Bound for the Far East, 10
  • Ships during the War, Steaming Powers of, 493
  • Submarines Laid Down at the Baltic Works, St. Petersburg, 70 St. George, Cruiser, Broken Down, (509) Shipbuilding Firms Represented at the War, 541
  • Southsea, Broken Windows Line the Front, 144
  • Spanish Naval Programme, The, 144 Submarine (“A” Class) Said to have Done 14 Knots, 10
  • “ Al,” her Sinking, 337, 364 Depot at Haslar Creek, 493 Le on, 393
  • Number of British, French, German, Russian, United States, Italian, 691
  • Success, Destroyer, Taken to Portland, 622 Suffolk has Niclausse Boilers, 633
  • Speed Taking by Log, Discussed,^ 10 and Lancaster Cruisers to Join ths Mediterranean Fleet, 633 Swiftsure (ex Constitucion) Purchased by us, 10, 92
  • Swiftsure and Triumph Put into Commission for the Home Fleet, 633
  • Torpedoes from Submerged Tubes, Record for Firing, 493
  • Torpedo Tubes Restored in the American Fleet, 633
  • Triumph (ex Libertad) Purchased by us, 10, 92
  • Tsarevitch and Retvisan Reported Damaged beyond Repair, 217
  • United States Cruiser Denver, Speed Trials, 217 .
  • Destroyers Bound for Manila, /O Scouts” for, 70
  • Wallaroo, Boiler Explosion on, 45 Warrior to have Raking Masts and Funnels, (609)
  • Warships, Armament of the New, 493
  • Wiren, Captain, Transferred to the Battleship Sevastopol, 622
  • DRAINAGE System, Extension of the London Main, 203
  • Dredger, Gold, for Siberia, 542, 543 Dredger, Hydraulic and Bucket, for Mexico, Featherstone Machine Works, U.S.A., 564
  • Drilling and Milling, Jig for, 171
  • Driving a Light Locomotive on Tower Bridge without Brakes on a Trailer Attached, G. Munro Fined for, (191)
  • Dust Laying in Buckinghamshire, Composition for, (389)
  • EDISON Medal, Founding of an, (182)
  • Egyptian Trade—see Trade

Electric, Electric Light, Electricity:

  • Current for Railway Signalling, United States, 596
  • C^n^ral KLeotrie Company, Limited, 467
  • Puwer Plant, An, ®z?rnJ -^’ternating Currants, Dr. Yv. Watson, (359)
  • Apparatus in America, 1903, Summary of Production of, (161)
  • Sin, s:,' A”' w)
  • Brighton Corporation Electric Light and Power P«T ’ Placed to
  • Reserve Fund, (587)
  • British Westinghouse Electric and Manufac- + Application for Admission
  • J J^apchester Association of the Fede- rated Engineering Trades Employers, (221)
  • Cables in Workshop Installations and their ^^cubles, J, H. C. Brooking on, 268
  • ^^(llV)^^ Design Tested at Darlington,
  • Canal Towage Scheme, 45
  • Coal Cutting (Supplement, June 24M, 1904 ix.-xii.) ’
  • Conduction through Cases, 12
  • E^ :^T®219'“24^^®^“° Energy, Notes on, <^«rreiit of American Central Electric Stations,
  • Manchester Corporation VV OFKSj (iu}
  • Driving for Engineering Works, Mr. B, Lonff- bottom on, 373
  • Experiments with a Lathe Tool. Mr. J. T. Nicholson, 620, 621, 622
  • Economisers at Central Stations, Tests of 121 Electrically-driven Milling Machine, James Archdale and Co., Limited, 192
  • Electro-Chemists, German Society of The Bonn Meeting and Papers Read at, (364), 535, 583
  • Electro-Galvanising, Ignaz Szirmay^s Process, (191)
  • Electrolysis, Thin Film, Mr. C. R. Darling on, and a Proposed Application to Printing, 373 Electrolytic Analysis of Gold, Dr. Parkin and Mr. Prebble on, 373
  • Electro-Metallurgy in 1903, 106, 127
  • Energy, Notes on the Cost of Generating, E J Fox, 219, 245
  • Engineers at the Military Tournament, 586
  • Fan, Pelton Colliery, Davidson and Co Limited, 642 ’
  • Gear for Driving Bending Rolls, Messrs. J. P. Hall and Co., 536
  • Generating Electric Energy, Notes on the Cost of, E. J. Fox, 219, 245, 269
  • Generating Sets in Spain, (561)
  • German Society of Electro-Chemists, The, Papers read at the Bonn Meeting, (364), 635 583
  • Hauling Plants (Supplement, June 2itk, 1904 vi.-ix.) ‘
  • High-tension Oil Switch, Messrs. Dick. Kerr and Co., 568
  • High-tension Transmission Circuit, (592) Hydraulic Power Plant, Los Angeles, (506) Hydro-Electric Power Plant, An American, ' 112, 113
  • Lathe Tool Dynamometer, Experiments with, Mr. J. T. Nicholson, 595, 620, 621, 622
  • Mains in Mines (xii., xvi., Supplement, June ' 1904)
  • Manchester, Diekinsoa-straet Station Re- I arrangement of Plant. (262)
  • Mason, Mr. Richard, (221) I
  • Mining Machinery (Supplement, June 2itk 1904)
  • Motors and the Driving of Machin jry, Mr T. H. Churtonon, (190)
  • for Driving Printing Machines at Bank of England, (137) named the Jandus, 121
  • Vehicles—se? Motor Vehicles
  • Niagira Falls Power aad its Introduction into Buffalo, (191)
  • Power from the Ardhohe Waters, (587) Generating Stations in Germany, (65) for Lyons and Anrath Silk Weavers, (389) ’
  • in Manufacturing Plants, 38 Mysore Government and, (513) Plant, Spier Palls, 112, 113 Question of Long-distance Transmission of, (89)
  • Station, Aston, (196)
  • Station, Tokio, (209)
  • Transmission in California, 5, 14 Transmission in Works, W. E. Buck 571, 697
  • Pumping Plants (iii.-vi., Supplem>'nt, June2ifh, 1904)
  • Resistance of the Human Body, (287)
  • St. Etienne, (637)
  • Sheffield Corporation Supply Department, Year’s Report, (573)
  • Standard Primary Cell, 548
  • Stations of the United States, (13)
  • Steam Consumption of a Large Turbo-Alternator, 108
  • Steam Turbine Power Plant. Port Huron, U.S.A., 548
  • Sunderland Corporation Committee, Berlin Tender for Three-phase Cables Accepted by, (573)
  • Supply, Birmingham, Loan Sanctioned for Extension of, (389)
  • Butte, Montana, United States, Interest Attaching to, (637)
  • Companies of London, Capital Called Up by the, (513)
  • Extensions in Birmingham, 436
  • , Pi’oject, St. Etienne, Ardhche, (587) Tests of Economisers at Central Stations, 121 Thermal Storage at an Electric Generatino- Station, 609, (536) °
  • Three-phase Plant, Bolsover Colliery (xvi., Sur)- plement, June 2iik, 1904)
  • Transmission Wires, Aluminium Used in North America for, (341)
  • Turbo-Alternator, Steam Consumption of a Large, 108
  • United States Central Electric Stations, Cost of Fuel Consumed during the Year, (114)
  • Mileage of Main and Feeder Wires (114)
  • Niagara Power, Buffalo, Impetus Given to its Industrial Growth by, (191)
  • Windiog Plants, (i., ii., Supplement^ June 2P/t,
  • Water-power Station near Vallorbe, Switzerland, (137)
  • Works, Kerka, Dalmatia, (235)
  • Works, Manchester Corporation, Application to the Local Government Board for Power to Borrow in connection with, (488)
  • Zinc Amalgam Electrode for Secondary Batteries, Mr. H. B. Ford’s Patent, (262)

Electric Light:

  • Arc Limps, Comparative Tests of Incandescent Gas and, Made by the Schuckert Electric Company, 231
  • Arc Lamp Using Magnetic or Black Oxide of Iron, instead of CarbDD, Mr, C. P, Steinmetz. (613)
  • Bexhill, Failure of, (137)
  • Birmingham, (375), (572)
  • Brighton, Profit and Balance and Purpose to which it is to be Devoted, (561)
  • Hammersmith, New Works Projected, (488) Kettering, New Station Opened, (513)
  • Lisbon, (613)
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, (613)
  • Munich, Prince Regent Theatre, (191)
  • Photometer, A New, (513)
  • Plant, Steam Turbine, Boston Edison Electric Illuminating Company, 591
  • Provisional Orders, 1904, 436
  • St. Louis Exhibition, (114)
  • Stafford, Extensions Projected, (98)
  • Stations in Germany, (65)
  • Tokio, (209)
  • United States in Small Places, (13)

Electricity :

  • Birmingham Supply, Council’s Application for Loan, (572)
  • Brescia to be Supplied from a Water-power Station at Caffaro, (89)
  • Brighton Supply and Standard Pressure, (513), (561) .
  • Generating Station at Davonport, Decision of the Admiralty Regarding a, (252)
  • Horses Killed by, (100)
  • Huddersfield, Decrease in the Units of Electricity Supplied to, and Increase in Gas Consumption, (561)
  • Kerka Works, Dalmatia, (235)
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Question of Cost of, when Produced Privately or Purchased from the Corporation, (613)
  • Mines, Report of the Departmental Committee on the Use of Electricity in, Mr. S. F. Walker on, 603
  • Mining Purposes, Comparison of Three-phase and Continuous Currents for, Mr. R. Holiday, 603
  • Motive Forca Producad in Italy by, (637) Niagara, Utilisation of, 564
  • Undertakings in Spain, (561)
  • United States Battleship Virginia, Applications of, (437)
  • Water Power and, in California, 6
  • Works, Malvern, (351)
  • ELEVATING a Town Sevan Feet, Mexico, 261 Emigration from the United Kingdom, 1903, Board of Trade’s Annual Report, (89)
  • Enamelling Processes, Home-office Report on Dangerous, (191)

Engineering, Engineers, Engines, Motors:

  • Activity, Board of Trade Returns Encouraging, ; 392
  • As a Profession, 234
  • Birmingham, Engineering Instruction Makes Great Strides, (50)
  • Characteristics of St. Louis, U.S.A., 410, 442
  • Civil, 15
  • Commercial Side of, 457 Commissions in, C. on, 444
  • Congress, St. Louis International, 492, 548
  • Crystal Palace School of, Award of the Wilson Premium, 426
  • Curious Bit of (A Puzzler, C.E.), (445)
  • Dock, 521
  • Education, Lessons from America in, Robt. H. Smith, 251
  • Electrical, 18
  • Engineering Education, Lessons from America in, R. H. Smith, 251
  • Mechanical, 17
  • Revolution in, Mr. Alfred Saxon on, 93 Sanitary, in 1903, 5
  • Scheme, Tipton Mines Draingge, (50) Standards Committee, 193, Question of Screw
  • Threads and Limit Gauges, 344, 346 Structures, Paints Suited for, 542 Works, Bedford, The Queen’s, 414 Works, Electric Driving for, 373

Engineers:

  • and Egypt, 418 and South America, 467 as Arbitrators, 233
  • Electric, at the Military Tournament, (586) Employment for Young Men as Irrigation Engineers, Sir Wm. Willcocks on, 55
  • German Engineers, Meeting of the Union of, (574)
  • H.M. Inspectors of, Report for Past Year, (637)
  • Preparation of Estimates and Young Engineers, 267
  • School for Training of Marine, to be Started at Liege, (65)

Engines:

  • American Engine Building Works, 246 Analytical, Babbage and the, 169
  • Safety-stop for Steam, American, 163 Beiliss and Morcom High-speed, 433, 435 Centrifugal, Brake Horse-power for Driving, (437)
  • Chemical Fire, for Birkenhead, Merryweather and Sons, 119
  • Compound (735 Brake Horsa-power), Badford Corporation Electricity Works, Messrs. W. H. Allen, Son and Company, 464, 467
  • High-speed, Browett, Lindley and Company, 479, 480
  • Horizontal, Ei.fiton and Bessemer, Limited (Supplement^ February 19/A, 1904), 189
  • Condensers, 539
  • Crossley Bros,, for America, (194)
  • Crude Oil and Water, 567
  • Cylinders, Clearance in, 238
  • Equipment of an Engine Test House, IL K. Morcom, 396
  • Gas, American, 548
  • Efficiency of, 466
  • Formula for Deciding the Effective Horsepower of, (415)
  • Sources of Waste in, (561)
  • U.S.A., The Barger, with Variable Cutoff, 564
  • U.S.A., 60H.P,, 563
  • High-speed, Alley and MacLellan’s, 610 Brotherhood, Limited, Peter, 611 Thornycroft and Co,, J. L, 612
  • Jandus Motors, The, 121
  • Marino Gas, 336, 343
  • Marine, in Warfare, 163
  • Modern High-speed Steam, 379, 433, 479, 529, 610, 611
  • Motor, Messrs. Crossley Bros., (123), 138, 144, 153, 154, 155
  • Motor, Internal Combustion, Dugald Clerk on, (365), 423, 447
  • Oil and Water, 567
  • Petrol Motors for Fishing Boats, (39)
  • Pumping, Danville Waterworks, U.S.A., 593 for the North-East Steam Company, Limited, Worth, Mackenzie arid Co., Limited, 180, 181
  • at Ravensfleet, Marshall, Sons and Co., 460, 461
  • Two Large, for Wellsvile, Ohio, (437) Reciprocating, (190)
  • Rotary, Mr. C. G. Petree on, (144)
  • Sectional Saw Mill, A, Ransome and Co,, 170
  • Sewage Pumping, An American, 254, 255 Silencer for Gas, 47
  • Single-phase Motor, in Germany, The, (311) Superheated Steam, 118, 169
  • Traction, Demand for, at the Limoges Exhibition, (191)
  • London Bye-laws for Regulating the Use of, 368
  • and Motor Wagons, Cape Town, Importation Likely to Increase, (687)
  • for the St. Louis Exhibition, 535
  • Turner, Mr. J., Particulars with Regard to Engines Built for America by Messrs. Cross- ley Bros., (194)
  • Winding, Electrically-driven, Koepe System, in Westphalian Colliery, (589)
  • Winding Engine Problem, 12, 64

Motors:

  • Geared Electric (45 B.H.P.), Messrs, J. P. Hall and Co,, 536
  • For Aeronautical Work, Built in Philadelphia, (537)
  • Internal Combustion, J. H. Hamilton, 462
  • Internal Combustion Firing by Compression, Described by M. Cannevel, (13)
  • ENTERTAINING Workpeople, (10)
  • Erratum, 298
  • Estimates, Preparation of, 4, 43, 56, 79, 103,1’28, 162, 212, (267)
  • European Syndicates and Tariffs, 566

Exhibitions:

  • Barcelona, Mineral Products and Hydraulic Machinery, (561)
  • Bradford, (208), 635, 638
  • Colliery, (598)
  • Compressed Air Power Plant at, 143
  • Cordoba, Agricultural, (365)
  • Health, The Sanitary Institute’s, 459
  • Ltege, Machinery Section, (262)
  • Limoges, Damand for Traction Engines, (191)
  • Mechanical Engraving and Colour Printing, (64) Milan, (513)
  • Motor Car, Agricultural Hall, London, (161)
  • - Crystal Palace, 183, 214 at Olympia, Next Year, (365)
  • Palermo, Agricultural Machinery, (65)
  • Peat Industry, Berlin, (191)
  • Printers’, 470
  • St. Etienne, Loire, Industrial, Agricultural, and Scientific, 209
  • ST. LOUIS INTERNATIONAL, 96, 114, 259, 415, 455, 477, 504, 556, (587), 618, (637) Boiler Plants in, (587)
  • Cascades, The, 618
  • Commemorative Postage Stamps Issued, (637)
  • Electric Lighting of, (114)
  • Germany’s Pavilion at, (415)
  • Lancashire Textile Machinery, 259
  • Locomotives, Four-cylinder at, 527
  • Locomotive Tests at, 96 Traction Engines for, 535
  • Waterworks at, 477
  • Worthington Turbine Pump, 618
  • Vienna, Alcohol Exhibition of the Austiiin Automobile Club, (114)
  • Warsaw, Electrical (Postponed), (315) EXPLOSIONS Produced by Ferro-Silicon, 458

Explosives:

  • Safety, 324
  • Smokeless Powder, Experiments at the United States Proving Ground with, (537), 548
  • Smokeless Powder, Navy, 548
  • Japanese Shimose Powder, (633)
  • Whitehead Torpedoes Ordered by Russia, France, Austria, and Italy, (537)
  • FACTORY Research Laboratory, A, 581, 607, (615)
  • Fareham, Purchase of Land near, by the Admiralty, (365)
  • Feed-water from Septic Tanks, 323
  • Ferro-bleach, (248)
  • Ferro-silicon, Change in the Requirements of, (359)
  • Ferro-silicon, Explosions Produced by, 458
  • Files and Rasps made in Odessa by Sheffield Firm, (341)
  • Filter, Aerobic, U.S.A., 398
  • Fire Engine, Chemical, 119
  • Fire Extinguishing in London, 1903, Water Used. (561)
  • Fire-proof Safe, British Uralite Company, 144
  • Fire Protection of Buildings in Chicago and the West, (191)
  • Fire Protection System, Special, Philadelphia, 246
  • Fire Risks in Factories, 323
  • Firing in 1903, Prize, 203
  • Firth, Mr. George Henry, (299)
  • Floods, Thames, (114)
  • Fly-wheel, United States Patent providing for the Maintenance of a Vacuum within the Rim, (235)
  • Fog Particles, Measuring the Diameter of, (287'*
  • Fog Signalling, 490
  • Forbes, Mr. James Staats, 364
  • Forced Lubrication, 545
  • Foundry, A Modern American, 36, 37
  • Freezing Process for Cofferdams, 393
  • French Customs, Official Returns, 1903, (89) Frith, Mr. John, (196)
  • Fryer, Mr. Joseph, (600)
  • Fuel Consumption, Lord Inverclyde on the Importance of the Question of, (137)
  • Fuel Economy from the Chemical Point of View, J. B. C. Kershaw, 171
  • Furnace Bars, Rocking, Mr. Jas. Neil’s Patent, 436
  • GALLOWAY, Mr, Chas. John (with Portrait), 286
  • Galvanising, New Process of, 606
  • Ganister, Its Suitability for Patching in Gas- work Settings, (473)

Gas:

  • Acetylene Generators, Certification of, 344
  • in German Villages, 487
  • for Lighthouses, 323
  • Plant Improvements, Mills and Co,, (572)
  • Bath, Analysis of Gases in the Largest Hot Mineral Spring, (39)
  • Batswing Burner, R. H. Winder, (599)
  • Carbon Monoxide, Poisoning from, in Sheffield, (235)
  • Carburetted Water, Liverpool. Death caused by, (262)
  • Conduction through Gases, 12 Engineering, Advanced Practice in Modern,
  • Milwaukee Gasworks, (389)
  • Huddersfield, Increase in Gas Consumption and Decreased Quantity of Electricity Metered, (637)
  • Illuminating Value of, 190, 217
  • Lamps, Incandescent, Comparative Tests of Electric Arc and, 284
  • Lamps, Open Flame, still Largely Used in New York, (637)
  • Mains, Heavy Cost of, and Plans for the Use of Higher Pressures in the same, (235)
  • Natural, United States, 1902, Number of Wells Producing, (39)
  • Natural, United States, Production, Value, Price, and Consumption of, (39), 246
  • Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe described by M. Fouch6, (2C9)
  • Plant, for Brown-coal Briquette Operation, Producer, (311)
  • Producers, Large, Stevenson, Limited, 370 Provisional Orders, 1904, 436
  • Pump, Automatic, Mr. C. E. S. Phillips, (488) Reduction in Price of. Effect on the Revenue of the South Metropolitan Gas Company, (137) Reduction in Price of. The Sheffield Gas Company, (157)
  • Smelting Furnace, Disposal of, (136)
  • Sold To-day, Percentage of, used for other Purposes than Lighting, (137)
  • Supply, 19
  • Undertakings Belonging to Companies and 'o Local Authorities, (65)
  • Water, Private Bill for the Regulation of the Supply of, (315)

GERMAN

  • Germany, (488)
  • Glasgow, Improvements in Street Lighting in, 373
  • Glasgow Sewage Works, New. 562, 586
  • Gledhill, Mr., on Tool Steel, 233, 268
  • Glehn, Mr. Alfred de, made Chevalier of the Legion of Honour by the French Government, (124)
  • Gold-dredging Plant for Siberia, 542, 543
  • Gold, Imitation, (262)
  • Goldfield, The Southern Hand, Mr. A. R. Sawyer on, 604
  • Graham, Morton and Co., Limited, The Works of, 206, 207, 208, 210
  • Grain Warehouse, A Large, 38
  • Graphics, 540
  • Graphite Resistances (Scientific Notes from Germany), 8
  • Grashof Medal Conferred on Mr. Parsons and M. de Laval, (587)
  • Gravity, On the Accidental Anomalies Connected- with, (389)
  • Grinding Machine r.'the Lathe, The, 178
  • HADFIELD Steel Works, Sheffield, 414
  • Haesler Pneumatic Hammer, The, 293
  • Hammer, The Haesler Pneumatic, 293
  • Hammers, Power and Recent Developtneht? 298
  • Hammer, Schiele Power, 521

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Antwerp Port, Flourishing Condition and Development of, (209)
  • Antwerp, Third on the List of the World’s Ports, (316)
  • Belgium, Navigable Waterways of, (415), 529 Bombay Harbour, Development of, 181 Brixham Harbour, Dry Dock with Caisson and Slipway, (191)
  • Bruges, Ealargement of the Port, (463)
  • Cebu Harbour, 32
  • Caicago Riv6r,Widenmg and Deepening Northern Branch of the, (318)
  • C jngo, Dredger for the River, (463) Dalny and Port Arthur, Trade of, (561) Dover Harbour Passenger Gangway, 619 Durban Harbour, 12
  • France, Mileage of Internal Waterways and Tonnage Carried on, (341)
  • Glasgow, Trade and Harbour Extension at, 190 Havre Harbour and Docks, (613)
  • Italian Harbours, Sum Voted for their Improvement, (415)
  • Kiel, North of the City, Contemplated, (65) London, First on the List of the World’s Port?, (315)
  • New York, Second on the List of the World’s Ports, (315)
  • in 1903, 2
  • Philippine Islands, United States Survey of Coast-line and Harbours of, (65)
  • Q’leis, The River, Silesia, the Marklissa Dam, 543
  • Rea, Improvement of the River, (327), 382, (440)
  • Soonehouse Pool, Ocean Quay Station, (262)
  • Swansea, New Docks. and Works, Messrs. Topham, Jones and Railton’s Tender Accepted, 389
  • Thames, Barrage of the, Scheme under Consideration, (437), (488), (513)
  • Conservancy, The, 634
  • Conservancy, Measures for Formulating Scheme for Dealing with Floods in the Thames Valley, (287)
  • Conservators of the River, Dredging over the Railway Tunnel, (345)
  • Deep-water Jetties in the, 199
  • New Lock, Teddington, (587)
  • Trieste Harbour Improvements Bill, (315) United States, Inland Water Route from Norfolk, Virginia, to Beaufort, North Carolina, (389)
  • Valparaiso Harbour, Proposed Improvements, (262)

HASWELL, Mr. Charles Haynes, the Oldest Civil and Mechanical Engineer in the World, (587) Heat-insulating Media, Note on the Relative EGBciency of, S. H. Davies, 547

  • Heat, Radiant, as a Steam Maker, 343 Henderson, Sir William, 622
  • Hoist for Coal Wagons, Travelling, U.S.A., 218 Hoole, Mr. P. F., Presentation to, (375) Howard, Mr, Edward, (315)
  • Howarth, Mr., Utilising the Tide or Inland Waterfalls in Compressing A'r for Power Purposes, (351)
  • Howden, New Drainage Schema for, (39) Howell, Mr. J, B., (599)
  • Hutton, Colonel Herbert, (599)
  • Hydrogen Sulphide, Uses of, in Manufacturing Processes, (637)
  • Hydrographical Surveys, 527
  • IMPORTS and Exports, Germany, 1903, 1902, 1901, (488)
  • Inch Unit System, The, 234
  • Indefinite Science, 64
  • India, Deaths from Plague Increase, (191) Railway Map of, (191)
  • Tidal Observations at Thirteen Stations, (191)
  • Indian Government, Scholarships to be Offered by the, (191)
  • Indian Irrigation and Famine, 252, (315) India-rubber, Export from French Guinea, (487) India-rubber Industry, The Para, (209) Inspection of Buildings and the Compulsory Provision of Means of Escape in Case of Fire, (315)

Institute of Electrical Bngineers, American:

  • High-tension Transmission Circuits, Discussion on, 592
  • Single-phase Railroads, Mr. W. A, Blanck, 496

Institute, Iron and Steel:

  • Annual General Meeting, Programme of Autumn Meeting in New York, 108
  • Annual Meeting, Address of the President, Dr. Andrew Carnegie, 458
  • Coke, Manufacture of, in the Bessemer Oven, and its Value in the Blast Furnace, Mr. C. Lowthian Bell, 484
  • Explosions Produced by Ferro-Silicon, Dr. A Dupre and Capt, M. B. Lloyd, 458, 483
  • Papers down for Reading at the Forthcoming Meeting in May, 359, 414
  • Pyrometers, Report on, Messrs. Stead, Hadfield and Brough, 459
  • Pyrometers, Exhibition of, 483
  • Steel in Large Masses, Production and Thermal Treatment of, Mr. Cosmo Jones, 458
  • Steel, Synthesis of Bessemer, Mr. Carrulla, (484)

Institute of Marine Engineers:

  • Formula for Deciding the Brake or Effective Horse-power of a Gas Engine, Mr. Summer on the, (415)
  • Programme of Forthcoming Meetings, (71)

Institute of Mining Engineers, American:

  • Mobility of Molecules in Cast Iron, Mr. Outerbridge, (398)

Institute, Northampton:

  • Annual Prizs Distribution and Conversazione, Lord K«]vin at, (89)

Institute, The Sanitary:

  • Congress at Glasgow, Papers to be Read, (598) Health Exhibition of the Institute at Glasgow 459
  • Municipal Re-housing, Discussion cn, (328)

Institute of Sanitary Engineers:

  • Meetings Arranged, (186), (431)
  • Visit to the Prudential Assurance Company’s New Buildings, (287)
  • Richmond Maia Sewage Works, (217)
  • University College Hospital, (567)

Institute, Staffordshire Iron and Steel:

  • Improvements in the Working of the Steam Kagine, Mr. John Mills, 327
  • Increase in Membership and Funds, (472)

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • Aerial Suspension Cableways, Mr. J. M. Henderson, 445
  • Annual Dinner, 283
  • Awards for Papers, 445
  • Billot for Election of Council, 1904-1905, 445 Conversazione, 619
  • Electrical Ra-construction of the South London Tramways on the Conduit System, Mr. A. Millar, 98
  • Erection of Iron Bridges, R. S. Scholefield, 297 Examination Results, 283
  • James Forrest Lecture : “Internal Combustion Motors,” Mr. Dugald Clerk, (365), 423, 447
  • List of Successful Candidates in the October Exams., 24
  • Pumping and Disposal of Sewage at York, Mr. A. D. Greer, 108
  • Resistance of Plane Surfaces in a Uniform Current of Air, Mr. T. E. Stanton, 24
  • Turbines most Suitable for Low Falls, Forms of, Alphonse Steiger, 219
  • White, Sir William Henry, to Represent the Institution on the Engineering Standards Committee, 89
  • GLASGOW ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS—
  • Caisson Quay Wall Construction in the Harbour of Glasgow and Clydebank Dock, Mr. James M. Clark, 142
  • Elevated Water Tanks, Mr. J. N. Stirling, (100)
  • Electric Equipment of Light Railways, Mr. J. M. Bell, 12
  • Lochearnhead Rxilway, Works on, Mr. William Jackson,(364)
  • Ninth and Last General Meeting, 1903-4, (388) Venturi Motor, Mr. T. B. M. Gray, (184) Wemyes Bay Railway, Widening, Mr. R. W. Gairns, 243
  • MEETING OF STUDENTS—
  • Annual Dinner, (491)
  • Boiler-house Design, Mr. L. G. Crawford, 244 Premium System of Payment for Labour, Mr. W. G, Bancister, 314
  • Relative Advantages of Continuous and Alternating Current for Traction Purposes, _J. M. Kennedy, 369
  • River Pier of the Beckton Gasworks, Arthur Trewby, 445
  • NEWCASTLE - UPON - TYNE ASSOCIATION STUDENTS—
  • Visit to Sunderland Harbour Works, (591)
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers:
  • Appointments of Mr. G. C. Lloyd and Mr. P. F. Rowell (389)
  • Edison Accumulator for Motor Oars, Mr, W. Hibbert on the, (161)
  • Major-General C, E. Webber Elected Honorary Member, (661)
  • BIRMINGHAM LOCAL SECTION OF—
  • Equipment of an Engine Test-house, R. K. Morcom, 396
  • Institution, Electrical Standardising’, Testing, and Training:
  • Result of Scholarship Examinations, (76)

Institution of Engineers, Cleveland:

  • Electrical Energy, Some Notes on the Cost of Generating, E, J. Fox, 219, 245, 269

Institution of Engineers, Junior:

  • Design of a Dry Dock, Mr. A. W. Young, (441),
  • Electric Accumulators, Notes on, Mr. G. C. Allingham, 300
  • Presidential Address, Mr. J. F. Moulton. (761, 110 ' '
  • Visits, 220, «2, £25, (586). (621)

Institution of Engineers, Midland Counties;

  • Visit to the Derwent Valley Waterworks, (437)

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, N.B. Coast:

  • Longitudinal Bulkheads, Mr. F. H, Alexander 424
  • Report of Educational Committee, 50

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland:

  • Steely Tools, Rapid Catting, Mr. Chas. Day on,

Institution of Gas Engineers:

  • Annual General Meeting and Papers to be Read, (568)

Institution of Mechanical Engineers:

  • Alderman Richard Williams’ Gift to the Wednesbury Free Library of a Complete Set of the “Transactions” of, (341)
  • Compound Locomotives, M.Sauvage, Discussion opened by M. de Glehn, 304, 325, 407, 409
  • Heat Treatment of Steel, Alloys Research Commictee’s Sixth Report, 85, 204
  • Lathe Tool Dynamometer, Experiments with Mr. Nicholson, 695, 622, 644 ’
  • Water Softeners, Inquiry into the Working of Various, Mr. C. E. Stromeyer and Mr. W B Baron, 23, 48 ' ’
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS IN AMERICA—
  • Chicago Sessions, 630
  • Destructors for Town Refuse, Papers by Mr Geo. Watson and Mr. C. Newton Russel]^
  • Engiimonng Boilding in New York City, Mr. ?•* Report Concerning its Erec
  • tion, 630
  • ^£mer3o?.“630^” Barrington
  • GEADUATBS’ ASSOCIATION—
  • Alloys Research Committee, Work of the, Mr. W. H. Merrett, (t96)
  • Eleotrieal Passenger Lifts, Mr. P. H. Stevens, i (76)
  • Linoleum Floorcloth, Mr. £. J. Stevenson on the Manufacture of, 394
  • Two-cycle Marine Petrol Motors, Mr. Holbrook Gaskell, 298
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • Inaugural Address of the President, Mr. Jas. Cope Cadman, 603
  • Ankylostomiasis, Discussion on, 603 _
  • Chlorination for Mixed Gold and Silver Ores, New Process cf, Mr. H. F. Brown, (604), 611
  • Cinnabar in British Columbia, Occurrence Mr. G. F. Monckton, 604
  • Coaltield of the Farce Islands, Mr. G. Greener, 603
  • Electric and Compressed Air Locomotives Mines, Mr. B. S. Randolph, 603
  • Electricity in Mines, Report of the Departmental Committee on the Use of, Mr. G. F. Walker, 603
  • Excursions, (601), 641
  • Gas Coals, Analytical Valuation of, Mr. 6. P. Lishman, (604), 641
  • Graphite Mining in Ceylon and India, Mr. G. A. Storrier, (604)
  • Hammer-Fennel, Taohyometer, Theodolite, Mr. A. F. Kill, 603
  • Mining in the Straits Settlements, Mr. W. T. Saunders, 608
  • Petroleum and its Use for Illumination, Lubricating and Fuel Purposes, Dr. Dvorkovitz, 604
  • Sjfety lamps and Explosives, Experiments Carried Out at the Framaries Experimental Station, Belgium, Mr. V. Watteyne, (603)
  • Southern Rand Goldfield, Mr. A. R. Sawyer, 604
  • Tbree-phase and Continuous Currents for Mining Purposes, Comparison of, Mr. Roslyn Holiday, 603
  • Transvaal Kromdraai Conglomerates, Mr. A. R. Sawyer, 604
  • Underground Temperatures, Especially in Coal Mines, Prof. H. Hoefer, 603
  • Winding, Prevention of Accidents in, Mr. J. H. Merivale, Describing Mr. T. C. Futer’s Safety Winding Gear, 604

Institution of Mining and Metallurgy :

  • Expression of Sympathy with the Family of Sir C. Le Neve Foster, (441)
  • Forthcoming Meetings and Papers, (383), (598) Fo^rieth General Meeting, Papers to be Read, Tunnel under Lake Superior for Supplying Water to the Adventure Stamp Mill, Mr. P. R. Robert, 216
  • Institution of Naval Architects: 1904, Programme cf, (146),
  • Opening Meeting, Forty-fifth Session, 309 Presidential Address, Earl of Glasgow’s, 309 Battleships Triumph and Swiftsure, late
  • Libertad and Constituoion, Sir Edward J. Reed, 310, 350
  • Establishment of an Experimental Tank for Research Work on Fluid Resistance and Ship Propulsion, Sir Wm. H. White, 33.5
  • Fire Prevention at Sea, Mr. Edwin Sachs, (361) Gas and Oil Engines for Marine Propulsion, Two Papers on the Advantages of, by Mr. J. E. Thornycroft and Mr. A. F. Evans, 336; Leader thereon, 343
  • Gyroscopic Effect of Fly-Wheels on Board Ship, Herr Otto Soblick, 336, 346
  • Heeling and Rolling of Ships of Small Initial Stability, Professor A. Scribanti, 336
  • Mirchant Cruisers and Steamship Subsidies, Lord Brassey, 311
  • Model Experiments, Some Results of, by R. E. Froude, 471
  • Normal Pressure on Thin-Moving Plates, Mr A. W. Johns, 361, 396
  • Ship’s Composition, Mr. A. C. A. Holzapfel, (361)
  • Steam Turbines for Marine Propulsion, A Rideau, 361, 372, (402)
  • Transverse Strength of Ships, Mr. J. Bruhn, 361
  • INSURANCE, A Point in Marine, (111) Insurance Laws, German, (537)
  • Invar, its Advantages for Pendulum Observations, 637
  • Ipsed Safety Valve, The, 536

Iron;

  • Alloy of, with 36 per cent. Nickel, hardly Susceptible to Expansion from Heat, (161)
  • Carburisation of, Mr. T. Swinden on, (99)
  • Cast, M. Harmot’s Treatment of. Producing a Refined Iron or Steel, (365)
  • Convention, Belgian, (450)
  • Elasticity of Circular Dises of Ingot (192) German Output, 1908, (13); Three Months, ^on398°f Mr. Outerbridgo °S51, wT’
  • Lake 7Superior, Decrease in Shipments of, ^”(51*3)'’ Germany, Returns,
  • Pig, Belgium, Production, 1903, (245) franco. Production, 1903. (389) German, Production, (488) Russia, Production, 1903, (561) United States, Production, 1903, (235)
  • Russian Iron and Steel Industry and Le War, Scotch Ironmasters’ Return for 1903, (65)
  • Scrap and Pig Imported into Italy, and Produc- iion of, (613)
  • and Steel Trades, British and German, 166 ; New Bonus System in the, 213 and Steel, Mexico’s New Duties on, 319 Steel Works, Cargo Fleet, (450)
  • Trade, 1903, Statistics of the Hematite Pig, (89)
  • Trade, North of Eagland, Official Statistics of the Manufactured, (573)
  • United States, Exports from, (637) IRRIGATION in Canada, 261, 286, 306, 361
  • in Egypt, (262), 459
  • in the Soudan, 430 Works in India, and Famine, 252, (315)
  • Italy, Cotton Industry of, (613)
  • Increased Importation of Scrap and Pig Iron, (613)
  • Industrial Development, (613)
  • JAPANESE Government, Glasgow Marine Eagi- neers Engaged by the, (32)
  • Jardine, Mr., Entertainments to his Workpeople, (10)
  • Jessop and Sons, L’.mited, Annual Report, (221)
  • Jig for Drilling and Milling, C. T, Sutton, 171
  • Jones, Mr. Edwin, 213
  • KING’S College, Forty-fourth Annual Dinner, (541)
  • Knots per Hour—see Shipping News, Various
  • LABORATORY, A Factory Research, 581, 607, (615)
  • Labour Questions, Strikes, and Disputes:
  • Agricultural, Mining, Commercial Industries in the United States, Germany, France, England, Italy, (209)
  • Baldwin’s Land orc Sceel Works, Stoppage of 400 Hands, (65)
  • Belgium, Average Rate of Wages and Hours of Labour in, (209)
  • Board of Conciliation and Arbitration for the Manufactured Iron Trade of the North of England, Official Statistics for, (123)
  • Board of Trade Returns for January, (^7) Bonus System New, 213
  • C Ape Colony,
  • Consequent (365)
  • Demand for January, (287)
  • German Statistics, (209)
  • industrial Unions, Australia, (572)
  • Japanese Labour for Mexico, (637)
  • Labour Market in January, Condition of, (191^
  • Labour Party in Australia, Ideal Success ol the, (572)
  • Men and Machines in America, 326
  • Midland Iron and Steel Wages Board, Annual Report, (209), 213
  • New South Wales Arbitration Act, The, (572)
  • Philadelphia Engine Works, Reduction in Wages, (99)
  • Premium System of Payment for Labour, Mr. W, G. Bannister on, (315)
  • Reduction in Wages to be Postponed in the Engineering Trade, (161)
  • Strike, American Mining Industry Threatened with, (300)
  • Strike Benefit Larger than Wages Received by Workmen while in Employment, Boston Printers, (341)
  • Strikes, Palmer’s Works, Jarrow, and Messrs. Gray and Oo/s Shipyard, West Hartlepool, 549, (573)
  • Strikes in Sweden, Supplementary Law giving Fuller Powers to the Government in Dealing with, (287)
  • Tia • plate Manufacturers, Sir K, Digby’s Award, (196)
  • Trade Union Law, 116
  • United National Colliery Company and Workmen of the Risca Colliery, Dispute between, (137)
  • Wages Questions in the Engineering Industries, (99), (161), (173)
  • LANCASHIRE Coast, Damage done by the Rough Weather, (365)
  • Lanchester Engine Company, The, 486, 510
  • Langley, Mr. A. A., (222)
  • Lathe Power, 163
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 10, 47, 61,98,122,145, 172, 248, 298, 328, 373, 397, 451, 472, 521, 572, 601
  • Lead Poisoning in China and Earthenware Works, Home-office Returns, 1899-1903, (389)

Leaders:

  • 1903—A Retrospect, 15
  • Acetylene Generators, Certification of, 344
  • Alcohol and the Motor Car, 391
  • All-gear Head and the Motor, The, 566
  • Allotropy of Metals, The, 139
  • American Education, 367
  • Board of Trade, The, 616
  • Board of Trade Surveys, 565
  • Boiler Power, 212
  • Box Section, The, 42
  • Chemistry, 21
  • Choice of Power, The, 139
  • Civil Engineering, 15
  • Clearance in Steam Engine Cylinders, 238 Coopers Hill College, 465, 521
  • Cruiser Armaments, Changes in. 417
  • Cutting Angles, 590
  • Definition in Science, (460), 490 Denaby Main Case, The, 164
  • Electrical I^ilways, 289
  • Engine Cylinders, Clearance in Steam, 238 Engines, Marine Gas, 348
  • Leaders {continued}:
  • Engineering, Electrical, 18
  • Mechanical, 17
  • . as a Profession, 264 Fog-signalling, 490 French Navy, The, 317 Gas Engine, Efficiency of the, 466 Gas, Illuminating Value of, 115 Gas Supply, 19 German Steel Syndicate, The New, 188 Heat and Steel, 316
  • I Iron and Steel in the United States, 115 Lathe Power, 163
  •  ? Locomotive Engine Front Ends, 67
  • . Engines, Resistance of, 417
  • ' High-speed. 515, 615
  • Side Rods. 2oi Three-cylinder, 368 (Steam) Trials in Germany, 237
  • Loss of the “ Al ” Submarine, 318 Lubrication, Forced, 489
  • Marine Engines in Warfare, 163
  • Medea, Trials of the, 465
  • Metallurgy, 22
  • Missouri Explosion, 439
  • Mortality in Metal Mining, 639
  • Navy Estimates, 237
  • Niclausse Boiler in the U.S. Navy, 91
  • Paris Sewage Farms, 640
  • Petrol Motor Boats, 639
  • Preparation of Estimates, 232 Radiant Heat as a Steam Maker, 343
  • Railway Enterprise in South Europe, 589
  • Railway Motor Carriages, 187
  • Repairs, 41
  • Research, 318
  • Rolling Stock, High-speed, 566
  • Screws, Standardisation of, 392
  • Speed, Limits to, 440
  • Steam Turbines at Sea, 367
  • Steam, Very High Pressure, 68
  • Steel Convention, International, 418 Steel, Heat and, 116
  • Ideal, 391
  • Iron and. United States, 115
  • Researcb, 91
  • Syndicate, Belgian, 616 Syndicates in Germany, 68. 188 Tool, 263
  • Strength of Flat Surfaces, 590
  • Superheated Steam, 42
  • Superheating Locomotives, 211
  • Syndicates and Tariffs, European, 565
  • Tariff Commission and the Iron and Steel Trades, 289
  • Thermal Storage, 516
  • Trade Union Law, 440
  • Trusts in the United States, 290
  • Turbine Combination, American-German, 140
  • Utilitarian Research, 615
  • War Material, 21
  • Water Supply, 20

Sub-Leaders:

  • Accident ? What is an, 617
  • Accidents to Workmen on British Railways, 290
  • Apprentices, Education of, 43
  • Battle of Port Arthur, The, 164
  • Bonus System in the Iron and Steel Trades. New, 213
  • British Shipbuilding, 290
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, Four Months’, 466
  • Coal, 188
  • Compulsory Arbitration, 92
  • Costs in an Action for Infringement, 617 Creeping of Rails, The, 590
  • Education of Apprentices, 43
  • Engineering Activity, 392
  • Engineers and Egypt, 418
  • Engineers and South America, 466
  • Engines, Crude Oil and Water, 567 H.M.S. Triumph, 491
  • Iron and Coal Outlook, The, 264
  • Iron and Steel, Mexico’s New Duties on, 319 Lambeth Bridge, 616
  • Locomotive Coal Contracts, 68
  • Engines, Firing, 567
  • Engine Resistance, 491
  • Mexico’s New Duties on Iron and Steel, 319 Motor Wagon Brakes, 640
  • Naval Engineering College, The, 567 Petropavlovsk, Destruction of the, 392 Premium System in the Dockyards, 238 Premium System, Opposition to the, 591 Screw Threads, Standard, 344 Shipbuilding, British, 290 Slag, Use of, 640
  • Steam-pipe Coverings, 517
  • Steel, American Production of Bessemer, 441
  • Trade of the United States, 265 Trust, The, 43
  • Sugar Machinery, British and American, 516
  • Trade Commissioner, The, 517
  • Trade Union Law, 116
  • Wear and Tear of American Locomotives, 319 Wind Pressure, 567

Legal Intelligence:

  • Aylesbury Petty Sessions, First Caso under the New Motor Car Act for the County, (209)
  • Costs in an Action for Infringement, 617
  • Denaby Main Case, The, 155, 164
  • East London Railway Company v, the Thames Conservancy Board, (345)
  • Grand Junction Company’s Claims against the Water Board, Arbitrators’ Award, (13)
  • Leeds Forge Company, Limited, v. Deighton’s Patent Flue and Tube Company, Limited, 523
  • Llanelly, Judgment Given at, in Board of Trade Inquiry into a Boiler Explosion on a Locomotive, (114)
  • Pilkington, Limited, Peter, i’. B. and S. Massey, 523
  • Sheerness County-court, Lieut. F. R. Harrold Sued by Mr, Jas. Piper, (209)
  • LEICESTER Rates, Reduction of the, (287)
  • Le Neve Poster, Sir Clement, 419, (441)

Letters to the Editor :

  • Acetylene for Lighthouses, Gbt. Lauder, 323 Air Pumps, J. Hoyle, 145
  • Analyses of Steamship Trials, Robt. Mansel, 423
  • Alcohol as a Motive Power, R, J. Hutchinson, 422
  • Australian Patents, Wm. P. Thompson and Co., 233
  • Babbage and the Analytical Engines, H, P, Babbage, 169
  • Letters to the Editor {continueit);
  • Band Brakes, Motor Man, 145
  • Band Brakes, Geo. T. Pardoe, 119 Boilers, Niclausse, J. and A. Niclausse, 217 Boiler, The Niclausse, J. C. R. Okes, 145 Board of Trade and Condensers, Chas. B. Boo2 Wation, 617
  • Borough Councils and House Drainage, House Owner, 233
  • Borough Councils and House Drainage, Another House Owner, 373
  • Breakdowns in the Navy, Beechwood, 217 Fred. T. Jane, 47, 118, 190
  • Marine Engineer, 117 Pom-Pom, 217 Superintendent En- . gineer, 63, 146
  • Bridge at Budapest, The Old Suspension, Anglo-Hungarian, 422
  • Changes in the Sea Coast of the United Kingdom, R. G. Allanson Winn, 12
  • Chemistry without the Atomic Theory, F. C. S.,
  • Chinese Patents and Trade Marks, W. P, Thompson and Co., 520
  • Coiled Springs, V., 462
  • Cold Iron Sawing by Band Saw, Progressive, 283
  • Commissions in Engineering, C., 444 Condensing Plant, W. H. Roy, 169 Conduction through Gases, Your Reviewer, 12 Conservation of Energy, A. Turner, 117 Cooper’s Hill, A. H. Heath, 521
  • Cutting Angle, J. T. Nicholson, 617, 649 Decimal Systems, A. J. Allen, 283
  • Deep-water Jetties in the Thames, Bindon B. Stoney, 190
  • Dock Engineering, Brysson Cunningham, 521 Draughtsmen, Practical, Draughtsman, 217 Durban Harbour, Pioneer, 12
  • Eirly Permanent Way at South Kensington, Clement E. Stretton, 323
  • Egyptian Trade, W. Willcocks, 64
  • E'.ectrical Cables in Workshop Installations and their Troubles, J. H. C. Brooking, 268
  • Engine-room Artificers, Nelson, 283 Engines, Reciprocating, Nabor Soliani, 190
  • Feed-water from Septic Tanks, ‘*Senki.” 397 : Septic, 323
  • Fire Risks in Factories, P. G. Ebbutt, 323
  • Forced Lubrication, Sartor, 545
  • French Northern Squadron, X. X, 493 : Andr^ Bourbon, (393), 445
  • Gas, Illuminating Value of, Edward A. Harman, 190, 217
  • Glasgow New Sewage Works, Drysdale and Co., 586
  • Indefinite Science, 0. L. M’D , 64
  • Iron Masts, J. Roome, 445
  • Knots, G., 97
  • Knots per Hour, Andrew Jamieson, 97 ; Sailorman, 118; Superintendent Engineer, 47, 118 ; U. S. N., 64 ; Yachtsman, 118
  • Locomotives, Compound, John Riekie, 643; Simplex, 586
  • Engine Front Ends, George T. Clayton, 145
  • High-speed, Beechwood, 586; A. F. Goodyear, C.P.R., 569; Arthur Hockley, 545 ; Michael Reynolds, 216; W. Wilson, 645
  • The First, W., 217‘
  • A New Type of. T. H. K., 445
  • A Plea for the Single, C. F. D.ndy Marshall, 569
  • Three-Cylinder, G. F. C. G., 545; Clement E. Stretton, 397 ; John Riekie, 444
  • Trials in Germany, Steam, Dr. R. Herzfeld, 323
  • Machine Tools, Old, John H. Knight, 569 ; C. T. Sutton, 586
  • Some Early, Richard Laybourne, 545; Thomas Noakes and Sons, 520 ; R. P. Wray, 520
  • Metric System, J. Sinclair Fairfax, 462
  • Mines, Roving, Fuse Pin, 544
  • Moment of Inertia, H. H. Bowack, 644 Motor Boats, S. F. Edge, 422, 445
  • Car Brakes, F. Strickland, 190
  • Car, Ths First Four-wheel Petrol, John Henry Knight, 621
  • \ ehicles, A, 586 ; Arthur Kinder, 643 Internal Combustion, J. H. Hamilton, 462
  • Paris Motor Car Show, Edward Butler, 64 Patent Laws, Unification of British and Colonial, George C. Douglas, 169
  • Petroleum Briquettes, W. F. S. Chenhall, 119 Photographic Image, Reversal of the, C. R., 217
  • Preparation of Estimates and Young Engineers, A Mechanical Draughtsman, 268
  • Pumps for Forced Lubrication, J. L. B., 119 Purification of Water by Shock, L. A. Jinks,
  • 643 ’
  • Pazzler, A., C.E., 415; Edw. A. Harman, 521; Arthur M. Issel, 462
  • Quick-acting Brake Trials, Railway Engineer, 350 ; Westinghouse Brake Company, Limited, (350), 586
  • Radium, Jas. C. Richardson, 64
  • Railways in Southern Europe, Henry Hooke. 643
  • Raiyan Project, The, Cope Whitehouse, 568 Reservoir Drawing Pens, Wm. B. Bryan, 397 ;
  • J. M. Gavin, jun., 397 ; Henry G. Lloyd, 422 ; Douglas McNae, 373
  • Resistance of High-speed Engines and Locomotives, W. Carew Smith, 642
  • Scientific Definition, T. Douglas, 545 ; S. H, R., 521
  • Secret Commissions, C. E., 520 ; F. W. J., 462 ; I^ex, 462; Shamrcck, 520 ; Tenace, 493: Veritas, 520; X., 462
  • Side-slip Trials, Basil H Joy, 12
  • Silencer for Gas Engines, Peto, 47 Smoke-Box, A Variable, C. F. Dendy.Marshall, 444
  • Scaring Plane, The, 1. Lancaster, 544
  • Steam I’ipe Coverings, The Mica Boiler Covering Company, Limited, 569
  • Steam, Superheated, John and Edward Wood. 118 ’
  • Steam Turbine Discs, Maurice F. Fitzgerald, 217^
  • Steamships, Henry Davey,
  • Steam-turbo Generating Plant, John H. Barker, 46,64; (for Beiliss and Morcom, Limited), Alfred Morcom, 12; B. Pariolany, 47 ; Geo. B, Parrott, 64; Chas. A. Parsons, 46 ; Reciprocating Engine, 64 ; A Student, 46
  • Steel in Large Masses, Production and Thermal Treatment of, T. Vaughan Hughes and J. Windle, 545, 569
  • Steels, Rapid Catting Tool, Daniel Adamson, 493 ; C. Pendlebury, 620
  • Suburban Passenger Traffic, P. W. D’Alton, John Mannheim, 47, 97, 168; K., 217 ; Suburban Passenger, 119; C, Thorne, 119; U. R. B., 12, 64. 118, 119, 190
  • Superheat, F. A. Willcox, 169
  • Superheating Locomotives, Easton, Courtney, and Darbishire (.sec 283). 268
  • Superheating Steam, W. H. Booth, 233 Superheated Steam—see also Steam
  • Technical Civil Service Appointments, Civil Service, 422
  • Tempering Malleable Castings, Hematite, 190
  • Thermal Storage, J. B. C. Kershaw, 586 ; F. A. Yerbury, 544, 617
  • Thermal Treatment of Steel in Large Masses, J.^Windle, 545; T. Vaughan Hughes, 569 ; Cosmo Johns, 586
  • Thermit, Chas. Edw. Masterman, 169
  • Timber for Sleepers in America, Supply of, Rails, 12
  • Trade Marks in Japan, W. Silver Hall, 283
  • Triumph and Swiftsuro, The, E. J. Reed, 350 (refers to 310)
  • Turbines, Brigade, 617; Frank Foster and J. A. S., 568; Robt. H. Smith, 643
  • Turbine Discs, Steam, Maurice F, Fitzgerald, 644 ; Frank Foster, 520
  • Turbine Economy, Robb. H. Smith, 586
  • Water Softening, Walter Geo. Atkins, 190, 217 ; F. W., 190
  • Winding Engine Problem, A, The Author of the Article, 12, 118; J. S, Nicholson, 12, 64

Letters from our own Correspondents :

  • America, Engineering Notes from, 38 122, 186, 246, 261, 324, 398, 496, 509, 548, 563, 592
  • America, Notes from, 26, 124, 148, 174, 248, 272, 300, 353, 376, 402, 424, 474, 650, 674, 600, 646
  • Australia, Notes from, 61, 92, 175, 248, 400, 522. 572, 616
  • England, North of. 25, 52, 74, 99, 123, 173, 195, 221, 247, 271, 299, 327, 351, oio,
  • 401, 425, 449, 473. 499, 524, 549, 573. 599, 647
  • Germany, 26, 52, 76, 100, 124, 149, 174, 196, 222, 248, 272, 300, 329, 352, 376, 402, 426, 450, 475, 500, 625, 551, 674, 601, 648
  • Germany, Scientific Notes from, 8, 120, 192, 284, 311, 385 ’
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 24, 51, 74, 98, 122, 146, 172, 194, 220, 246, 270 298, 327, 351, 375, 400, 425, 449, 472, 493 523, 548, 572, 599, 647 » ’ ’ '
  • Lancashire, 24, 51, 74, 98, 122, 146, 172, 194, 220, 246, 270, 293, 327, 351, 375, 400, 425, 449, 472, 498, 523, 549, 572, 599, 047
  • Newport Harbour Commissioners’ Weekly Trade Reports, 26, 52, 76, 100, 124, ' 172, 222, 248, 272, 300, 323, 402, 424 474, 500, 524, 574, 600, 648
  • Sjjbland, 25, 52, 74, 99, 123. 148, 174, 222, 247, 271, 299, 328, 352, 376, 402, 450, 473, 499, 524, 550, 673, 600, 648
  • Sheffield, 25, 52, 74, 99, 123, 147, 173, 221, 247, 271, 299, 327, 351, 375. 401, 449, 473, 499, 524, 549, 572, 599, 647
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 25, 52, 74, 100, 124, 148, 174, 195, 222, 247, 271, 300, 328, 352, 376, 402, 426, 450, 474, 500, 624, 650, 573,600,648
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 6, 61, 100, 143, 216, 242, 323, 376. 400, 461, 459, 612, 532, 564, 600, 630 '
  • LIFT Locks, 459
  • Light, Effect of the Intensity on the Velocity of, M. T. Dould’s Experiments, (513)
  • Lighthouse, Ferro-Concrete, 542
  • Lighting, Present State of the Art
  • Wedding on, 284
  • Lignite Industry of Brandenburg and (613)
  • Limits to Speed, 440
  • Linoleum Floorcloth, The Manufacture E. J, Stevenson on, 394
  • Liquid Air made on Commercial Scale Angeles, (637)
  • Liquid Oil in Transportation Tested, Durability of, (537)

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  • Air-Brake Catechism, Up-to-date, R. H. Blackall, (218)
  • Alternate Currents for Students, Notes on, H. H. Simmons, (631)
  • Alternating Currents, Their Generation, U cili- sation, and Distribution, T. Hanchett, (560)
  • American Institute of Architects, Quarterly Bulletin, Edited by Gleenn Brown, (218)
  • American Steam Navigation, History of, John H. Morrison, 239
  • Aunuaire pourl'An, 1904, Publid par le Bureau des Longitudes, 259
  • Architects’, Surveyors’, and Auctioneers’Diary and Almanack for 1904, Waterlow Brothers and Layton, (36)
  • Assuan Reservoir and Lake Mceris, Sir William Willcocks, (462)
  • Astronomic Pratique, Prdcis d’, P. Stroobant, (218)
  • Automatic Surveying Instruments and their Practical Uses in Land and Water, Thomas Ferguson, Introduction by E. Hammer, (218)
  • Boilers, Steam, their Theory and Design, H. T). E. B. Parsons, (218)
  • Litaratupe (continued)*,
  • B.'insh Association of Waterworks Engineers, Transactions of, with Subjects, Volume viii., 1903 ; Index, Volumes i. to viii,, (560)
  • Engineering Standards, Coded Lists, VoJ. i., Compiled by Robert Atkinson, 560
  • Industries, a Series of General Kiviews for Business Men and Students, Edited by W. J. Ashley, (631) Railways, Their Organisation and Management, Hugh Munro Ross, (533)
  • Builders' Prices, How to Estimate, being an Analysis of, John T. Rea, (432)
  • Builders’ Quantities, Herbert C. Grubb, (432) Buildings connected with Generation and Supply of Electricity, Notes on Design and Construction of, Charles Stanley Peach, (512) Business Encyclopscdia and Legal Adviser, W. S. M. Knight, (462)
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  • Canada’s Resources and Possibilities, with Special Reference to the Iron and Allied Industries and the Increase of Trade with the Mother Country, J. S. Jeans, (560)
  • Canada in the Twentieth Century, A. G. Bradley, 61
  • Coal and Metal Miners’ Pocket-book of Principles, Rules, Formulas, and Tables, B. K, Stevens and Brown, (388)
  • Coal Mining, for the Use of Colliery Managers and Others, Charles Griffin and Co., (419) Country Gentleman’s Estate-book, 1904, Edited and Compiled by Wi.liam Broomhall, (560) Combustibles, Essais des, D. Sidersky, (218) Cyanide Process of Gold Extraction, James Park, (165)
  • Cyaniding Gold and Silver Ores: Practical Treatise on the Process, H. F. Julian and Edgar Smart, (282)
  • Dampfturbinen mit Einem Aohange liber die Aussichten der Warmekraftmaschinen und uber die Gasturbine, Dr. A. Stodola, (605)
  • Deutschen Flottenvereins in Munchen, 1903, Die Tagungen des, (218)
  • Directory and Guide to the Manchester Royal Exchange for 1904, (560)
  • Di-ectory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders, and Marine Engineers, Directory Publishing Company, Limited, (462)
  • Dock Engineering, Treatise on the Principles and Practice of, Brysson Cunningham. (282), 481
  • Drainage, Modern House, Gerard J. G. Jensen, 239
  • Drainage, Sewerage, and Conservancy in Tropical Countries and Elsewhere, Major F. Smith, (512)
  • Dynamo Attendants and their Dynamos, Frank Broadbent, (560)
  • Dynamo-Electric Machinery, Manual for Students of Electrotechnics, Silvanus P. Thompson, (218)
  • Electric Club Journal,” The, No. 3, Vol. i., Published by the Electric Club Journal, (560)
  • Directory, Universal (J. A. Berly's), (218)
  • Engineers’ Pocket-bock, Horatio A. Foster, (218)
  • Laboratory and Testing Room, Hand-book for the. Vol. it, J. A. Fleming, 35
  • Lighting and Traction Works in Operation or Projected in Great Britain and Ireland, 1904, Edited by C. S. Vesey Brown, (282) Motors, Application of, to Machine Driving, Andrew Stewart, (462) Plants, Manual on the Care and Handling of, Norman H. Schneider, (282)
  • Practice, Modern, Magnus Maclean, Editor, (432)
  • Traction, Practical Hand-book on the Application of Electricity as a Locomotive Power, J. H. Rider. (35)
  • Undertakings and Directory of Officials, Manual of, Compiled under the Direction of Emile Garcke, (218)
  • Electricien, Manuel Pratique du Monteur, J. Laffargue, (462)
  • I’Electricite, Lemons sur, Eric Gerard, (560) Electricity Act, Indian, 1903, Act III. of 1903. J. W. Mears, (282)
  • Electricity and Matter, J. J. Thomson, (462) Electricity, Static, Simple Experiments in, Percival G. Bull, (282)
  • Electro-magnetic Machinery and Other Apparatus, Testing of. Vol. i., Messrs. Swenson and Frankenfield, (282), 533
  • Elektrische Bahuen Zeitschrift fur das Gesamte Elektrische Befbrderungswesen, (218)
  • Elektrisch-betriebene Strassenbahnen, Taschen- buch filr deren Barechnung, Konstruktion u.s.w, S, Herzog, (35)
  • Elektrischen Zentralen mit Dampfmasebinen und Gasmotoren-betrieb, Prufungen in, von Dr, Phil. E. W. Lehman Richter, (560)
  • Elektromechanische Konstruktionselemente: Skizzen herausgegeben von Dr. G. Klingen- berg, (165)
  • Elementary Mensuration, G. T. Chivers, (560) Encyclopedia Britannica, Vol. No. 34, Tenth and Last of the New Series, 35
  • Engineer’s Year-book of Formuie, Rules,Tables, Data, &c., H. R. Kempe, (218)
  • I Engines^ and Power Generators, Modern, A Practical Work on Prime Moyers and the Transmission of Power — Steam, Electric, Water, and Hot Air, Rankin Kennedy, (560) ' English and American Steam Carriages and 5 Traction Engines, Wm. Fletcher, 314
  • Englishwoman’s Year-book and Directory, 1904, I Edited by Emily Jones, (165)
  • Entropy o Thermodynamics from an Engineer’s Standpoint and the Reversibility of Thermodynamics, Jas. Swinburne, (218)
  • Factory Manager and Accountant: Some Examples of the Latest American Factory Practice, Horace Lucian Arnold, (165)
  • Fire Exhibition, Record of the International Earl’s Court, 1903, (35)
  • Litepatups (continued):
  • Fiscal Policy, Fifty Years of Progress and the New, Lord Brassey, (282)
  • Five-figure Tables of Mathematical 1 unctions. Comprising Tables of Logarithnis, Numbers, &c., John Borthwick Dale, (9d)
  • Framed Structures, Theory and Practice of Modern, Designed for the Use of Schools, oy J. B* Johnson and C. W. Bryan and r L, Turneaure, (462) ,
  • French and Eiglish Commercial Correspondence, A. Dadevant, (388)
  • Friction and Lost Work in Machinery and Mill Work, Treatise on, Robt. H. Thurston, (oo)
  • Friction and its Reduction, G. U. Wheeler,
  • Gas Eagineers and Managers, Hand-book for, Thos. Newbigging, (605) .
  • Gasworks: Their Construction and Arrangement, and the Manufacture and Distribution of Coal Gas, originally Written by Sam Hughes, Revised by H. O’Connor, (605 Gleichstrom Maschinen in Laboratorien u. Priifrauraen, Die Ptlifung von C. King- brunner, (432), 533
  • Gold Assaying, H. Joshua Phillips, (512)
  • Grant and Validity of British Patents for Inventions, Jas. Roberts, (35) . . , r
  • Graphic Statics, Elementary Principles of, Edward Hardy, (282)
  • Graphs and Imaginanes, J. G. Hamilton and F. Kettle, (388)
  • Guide to South Africa, A, Samler Brown and G Gordon Brown, for the Union Castle Mail Steamship Company, (218) . . ,
  • Gunnowder and Ammunition, their Origin ai^ Pfoffress, Lieutenant-Colonel H. Hime, (512) Hazlitt’s Annual for 1904, Edited by W. Palmer,
  • Heatmg by Hot Water, Ventilation, and Hot
  • Water Supply, Walter Jones, (512)
  • Hebszeuge Elemente der Hebezeuge Fiaschen- zuge, Winden und Krane, von Hugo Beth- mann, (481) .i -n
  • Indian Storage Reservoirs with Earthen Dams, William Lumsden Strange, (512), 560 ludicator Hand-book, The, Part L, Charles M. Pickworth, (218)
  • Industrie Chimique Minerale, La Grande, E. Sorel, Two Vols., 60
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Minutes of the Proceedings, Vols. cli., cliv., with Subject Index,(35) , . x
  • Institution of Naval Architects, Minutes of Proceedings, Index to Vols, fromi. to xlii,, Iron/^Sbeel, and Other Alloys, H. M. Howe, 430 . ,
  • Japan and China : their History, Arts, and Literature, Captain F. Brinkley, 61
  • Jahrbuch der Schiffbautechnischen Gesellschaft, 5ter Band, 314 . '
  • Journal of Proceedings of the South African , Association of Engineers, for 1902-3, (35) Kelly’s Customs Tariffs of the World, 1904, I (432) I
  • Kelly’s Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers of the World, 1904, (560) Kriegsllotten, Taschenbuch der, v. Jahrgang, 1904; Kapitiin-Lieutenant a. D. B. Wayer, (35) 61
  • Langue Anglaise sans Maitra (English Self- taught for the French), C. A. Thimm and T. de Marney, (189)
  • Law of Boundaries and Ferries in Relation to the Sea Shore and Sea Bed, and Private Rivers and Lakes, Private Properties, Mines, Railways, Highways, Canals, &c, &c., Arthur Joseph Hunt, (218)
  • Laxton’s Builders’ Price-book for 1901, (218)
  • Lecture Agency Date-book: Containing the Lecture Seasons, 1904-1905 and 1905-1906, (560)
  • Liquid Fuel and its Combustion, William H. Booth, 239
  • Local Government Annual and Official Directory, 1904, (93)
  • Locomotive Breakdowns, Emergencies and their Remedies, George L. Fowler,(282) The Modern: Its Design and Construction, Henry Greenly, (605) Simply Explained, The, Charles S. Lake, (93)
  • Logarithms for Beginners, Charles N. Pickworth, (533)
  • Machine Design : Parti.—Fastenings, William Ledyard Cathcart, (631) Part II.—Form, Strength, and Proportions of Parts, Ferrest R, Jones, (93) Shop Tools, Modern, William H. Van Dervoort, (631)
  • Marine Engineering, Manual of, E. A, Seaton, (93), 141
  • Marine Engineers, Verbal Notes and Sketches for, J. Sothern, (282).
  • Mechanical Di'awing Simply Explained, F. E, Powell, (560)
  • Mechanical Engineers’ Reference Book, H. H, Suplee, (512)
  • Mechanics, John Cox, (605)
  • Metal Working, Introduction to, J. C. Pearson, (432)
  • M^tallurgie, Revue de, Directeur Henry le Chatelier, 239
  • Metals, Microscopic Analysis of, Floris Osmond, (189)
  • Mebaux, Essais des, Thdorie et Pratique, L. Gages, (218)
  • Mining, An Elementary Treatise on the Getting of Minerals, Arnold Lupton, (282)
  • Mining and Quarrying, Elements of, Sir C. Le Neve Foster, (165)
  • Model Engineer, The, Series No. 16, Acetylene Gas, Cyril N. Turner, (93)
  • Mosely Educational Commission to the United States of America, 1903, Reports of the, 382, 419, (462)
  • Moteurs Essence pour Automobiles, Professor L. Marchis, (218), 279
  • Motor Car Acts, 1896 and 1903, with Introduction and Notes, John A. Williamson, (605)
  • Motor Pocket-book, O’Gorman’s, (279) Motoring Annual and Motorists’ Year-book, The, (323)
  • Municipal Trading, The Common Sense of, Bernard Shaw, (218)
  • Municipal Year-book of the United Kingdom for 1904, Edited by Robert Donald, (282)
  • Literature {continued}:
  • Naval Annual, 1904, Edited by T. A. Brassey, (560), 604 , ,
  • Naval Architecture, Cecil H. Peabody, (4D2)^ Naval Development of the Century, Nathaniel Barnaby, (462), 533
  • New Epoch, The, as Developed by the Manufacture of Power, Geo. S. Morison, (35) , Newspaper Press Directory and Advertisers Guide, Messrs. C, Mitchell and Co., (189) Nile and the New Soudan, Binding of the, Hon. Sydney Peel, (282), 453
  • Oil Engines, their Selection, Erection, and Correction, W. A. Tookey, (633)
  • Oil Fields of Russia and the Russian Petroleum Industry, A. Beeby Thompson, (388)
  • Ore and Stone Mining, Text-book of, Sir Clement La Neve Foster, (419)
  • Patents for Inventions, Grant and Validity of British, Jas. Roberts, 141
  • Patents Simply Explained, with Plans and Sketches, Percival Marshall and Co., (560) Peat, Facts about; Peat Fuel and Peat Coke, T. H. Leavitt, 239
  • Phase Rule and its Applications, Alex. Findlay, (282)
  • Photo-engraving in Half-tone, on Zinc, Copper and Brass, Julius Verfasser, (141)
  • Photography for AU, Elementary Teit-book, W. Jerome Harrison, (512)
  • Physical Chemistry, Introduction to the Study of. Sir Wm. Ramsay, (282)
  • Physikalischen Grossen, Die fur Tachnik und Praxis Wichtigsten, Olaf Linders, 239
  • Pocket-book of Ice-making and Refrigeration, Edited by A. J. Wallace-Taylor, (560)
  • Pocket-book of Tables and Memoranda for Plumbers, Builders, &c., J. Wright Clarke, (560)
  • Practical Electrician’s Pocket-book for 1904, S. Rentall and Co., Limited, and Dawbarn and Ward, (35)
  • Public Schools Year-book, with a Select List of Preparatory Schools, Swan, Sonnenschein and Co,, (282)
  • Railroad Curves and Earthwork?, C. Frank Allen, (282)
  • Railway Carriages and Wagons : Their Design and Construction, Sidney Stone, 188 Railways, E, R. McDermott, (93)
  • Refuse Disposal and Power Production, W. Francis Goodrich, (462)
  • Reuter’s Directory of Telegraphic Addresses: Registered in Australia and New Zealand, Robt. Atkinson, (560)
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, Journal of, Vol. 64, John Murray, (432)
  • Royal Navy List, Founded by Lieut.-Colonel i Francis Lean, (218)
  • Rubber, Gutta-percha, and Balata, Franz ! Clouth,165
  • Rustless Coatings: Corrosion and Electrolysis of Iron and Steel, M. P. Wood, (560)
  • Sawmill Work and Practice, W. J. Blackmur, (533)
  • Scbiffoautechnischen Gesellschaft Jahrbuch der Funfl er Band, 218
  • Science Abstracts: Indices to Sections A and B, Vol. Vi., (165)
  • Sell’s D.'ctionary of the World’s Press and Advertisers’ Reference Book, (388)
  • Sewer and Drain Cases Noted in the “Surveyor and Municipal County Eugineer,” J. B. R Condor, (462)
  • Shipbuilding, Practical Treatise on the Structural Design and Building of Modern Steel Vessels, A. Campbell Holms, (388), 481
  • Shipping World Year-book, Edited by Eyan Rowland Jones, (218)
  • Slide Making, Practical, G. T. Harris, (432)
  • Slide Rule, The, Practical Manual, Mr. C. N. Piekworth, (35)
  • Smithsonian Institution, Annual Reports of the Board of Regents, (35) Institution for the Year Ending June 30th, 1902, Annual Report of the, Report of the United States National Museum, (560) Miscellaneous Collections, 1874: Index to the Literature of Taorium, 1817-1902, Cavalier H. Jonet, (218)
  • Miscellaneous Collections: Part of Vol. xliv., Phylogency of Fusus and its Allies, Amadeus W. Grabau, (605)
  • Miscellaneous Collections : Part of Vol. xlvi.. Researches on the Attainment of Very Low Temperature, Morris W. Travers, Part I., (605)
  • Sonde, L’Industrie de la, L. Guillet, (512) Spanish Self-taught, with Phonetic Pronunciation (Timm’s System), W. F. Harvey, (165)
  • Specification for Architects, Surveyors and Engineers when Specifying, Published by the Proprietors of the Builders Journal, (481)
  • Statesman and the Bishop, The : Letter to a Gentleman in the Diocese of Hereford, and other Papers, John Draper, (388)
  • Steel, Metallurgy of, F. W. Harbord, 278
  • Steel, Open-hearth, Album of Drawings relating to its Manufacture, M. A. Pavloff, (282), (432)
  • Strength and Elasticity of Structural Members. R. J. Woods, (141)
  • Stresses and Thrusts, G. A. T. Middleton, (432)
  • Stubbs’ Commercial Year-book and Gazette Index, 1904, (282)
  • Tables of Multiplication, Division and Proportion for the Ready Calculation of Quantities and Costs, Estimates, &3. &c., R. H. Smith, (282)
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, Chas. Henry Sewell, (35) Towers and Tanks for Waterworks, Theory and Practice of their Design and Construction, J. N. Hazlehurst, (462)
  • Trade Marks, Property in, Manual Written without the Use of Legal Phraseology, Brewer and Son, (189)
  • Trades Unionism and British Industry, Reprint of the Times Articles on the Crisis in British Industry, with Introduction by E. Pratt, (218)
  • Transvaal Mines, Yearly Report of the Government Mining Engineer (ending June 30th, 1903), 165 ’
  • Tijdaohrift aua dar Kdninklijk Institut von Ingenieura, 1903-4, (218)
  • University Correspondence College Ca’endar, 1903-4, (165), (282)
  • Volunteer Annual (Metropolitan Corps), Edited by A. E Johnson, (338)
  • Who’s Who Year-book for 1904, Adam and Chas. Black, (218), (282)
  • Willing’s Press Guide for 1904, (165)
  • Worked Problems in Higher Arithmetic for Civil Service and other Advanced Examinations, W. P. Workman and R, H. Cope, (388)
  • Workshop Costs for Engineers and Manufacturers, Sinclair Pearn and Frank Pearn (462)
  • X-Rays Simply Explained : Hand-book on the Theory and Practice of Radiography, R, P. Howgrave-Graham, 388
  • LITHOGRAPHIC Stone Beds Discovered in Iowa, (415)
  • Lloyd’s Signal Stations, The Now International
  • Code, (39)
  • Lock for Canal, Hydraulic, (548)
  • Locks, Lift, 459
  • London Bye-laws for Regulating the Use of Locomotives, 368
  • London County Council Loans to be made to different Borough Councils, (488)
  • London Main Drainage System, Extension of, 203
  • London Streets, Regulation of Slow-going Traffic in, (463)
  • London Traffic, Royal Commission on, (203), (513)
  • London Traffic, Statistics of, Mr. E. J. Harper on, (287), (315)
  • Looms at the Bradford Exhibition, 635, 638
  • Loom, The Largest in the World, (235) Lubrication, Forced, 489, 645

Machine Tools:

  • All-gear Head, 566
  • Bolt-making, American, 38
  • Box Section, The, 42, 49
  • Designs for New, Mr. J. E. Sweet on, 49 Die Head, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 205, 206 Duplex Milling Machine, John Hetherington and Sons, Limited, 44
  • Fly-wheels upon, 38
  • Frank Kneeland Works, U.S.A,, Machinery for ' Rolling Mills, 563 ,
  • Gear Cutting Machine, Automatic, Cjuld and Eoerhart Company, U.S.A., 32i
  • Grinding Machine e. the Lathe, The, 178 Machine, Universal, G. Birch and
  • Co., (599)
  • Jig for Drilling and Milling, C. T, Sutton 171
  • Lathes, 453, 506, 653, 566 ’ '
  • Messrs. Hulse and Co., (122) Chasing and Turret, Messrs. Roberts Bros., 45
  • Crank Shaft, The Tindel-Albracht, 157 High-speed, Tangye Tool and Electrm Company, Limited, 94 Modern Turning, 261 with New Variable Speed Gear, John
  • Lang and Sons, 117 Power, 163
  • Tool Dynamometer, Experiments with “1, 622^-61'4“’*°'““’ M'll‘'¥,M»ohin9. Electrically Driven, James Archdale and Co., Limited, 192
  • Old, 569,’ 686
  • Planing Machine of 1835, Whitworth’s. 605 Nasmyth, 605
  • Tj -J II. Roberts’, 606
  • Tests“of 33/®®’’ Notes on
  • Bergue and Co.. 495 Machinery for. 663
  • Sand Mixer, Mr. J. S. Hall, 186 baw3, Cold Iron, G. Birch and Co., (599) baw, Horizontal Reciprocating Log, A. Ransome and Co., 494 ®
  • Screw Milling Machines, Messrs. John Holroyd and Co., Limited, 147
  • Hydraulic, Frank Knee- '^°d Rolling Works, U.S.A., 563
  • MACHINERY Combination in Germany, 540 Imported into Mexico, 1902, Value of. (137)
  • XT nT-n „ Rating of, 306, 328 McMillan, Mr, W. G., 141 SSiSC\m:136"’ ^cal E^mc1’ioTo?‘(V8T“'’'“ Mannhcher, Chevalier Ferdinand, (89) ts, (Sr
  • nf Rovised Hill-shaded, (341)
  • ^vey,'^91)®’'’'•ought out by the Sur- of Korea, (175)
  • Two New, (88) Marchant, Mr., (144) Marine Engines in Warfare, 163
  • Insurance, A Point in, (HI) XT 1, “Mvage Wreck Raisine- 532 ^eorge, Presentation^’o, (648)
  • May, Rear-Admiral, H. J., 441 ’
  • How
  • Stokers in India, Failure of, 10 Mechanics, Researches in Prizn K H.
  • Paris Academy of ScienceVfor, ?3l) ®
  • Meldrum, Mr. David, (137) ' '
  • Men and Machines in America, 326
  • J Menneer, Mr. R. R., (5371
  • Metal Mining, Mortality in, 639 t f'”’Motor Bearings, (587)
  • nn Clost, ProfUsor Borchers
  • now Produces, (637) -Dt^reners
  • fundings at Bournebrook, The,
  • Metallurgy, 22
  • Metals, Allotropy of, 139 Dangerous Processes in Enamelling and Tinning, Home-office Report on, (191) M. Harmot’s Proposal for Intensifying the Oxidising Action of Air on, (365)
  • Metric System, The, 462
  • Ballot on the, United Slates National Association of Manufacturers, (114)
  • Herbert Spencer’s Opposition to its Introduction in this Country (191)
  • I Mexico’s New Duties on Iron and Steel, 319 Mexico, Value of Machinery Imported into, (137)- Value of Variety of Climate to be Found in ’ (137)
  • Mica, Demand for, 295
  • Mica Produced in the United States, (415) Microscope, Theory of the. Dr. Glazebrook on 219 ’
  • Milling Operations, Some, 62
  • Milling Trade of London, Important Developments in, (65)
  • Mills Stopped Working in Bombay, (235)
  • Mineral Deposits in South Africa, Prosnectino- for, (513)
  • Output of Canada, Value of, 1901, 1902 1903,(315)
  • Production of British Columbia, 1902 1903, (537), (613) '
  • Wealth Produced in New South Wales Aggregate Value of, (389)
  • New, (365)
  • New South Wales Production. 1902 1903, (191) ’ ’
  • Non-metallic, Raised in the United Kingdom and in the United States. Value of the, (13)
  • Mines of Indo-China, Official Report on the. (5371 Mines, Roving, 544 '
  • Mining in Alaska, (474)
  • Improved Methods and Machinery in, and Consequent Decreased Mortality among Miners, (161)
  • Machinery, Electrical (Su.ppleiHeut, 24//q 1904) ’
  • in Mexico and New York Capitalists. (4741 Mortality in Natal, 639 Purposes, Comparison of Three-phase and Continuous Currents for, Mr. R. Holiday on, 603
  • in the Straits Settlements, Mr. W. T, Saunders on, 603
  • Monozite, Sand Tests at the Westport School of Mmes, New Zsaland, for, (13)
  • Mortality in Metal Mining, 639
  • Morticing Machine, Hand Power, The Phythian Company, Limited, 633
  • Model Experiments, Some Results of. R. E Froude, 471
  • Motor, The Single-phase,^in Germany, (311) Motors, Two-cycle Marine Petrol, Mr. Holbrook Gaskell, jun , 298

Motor Vehicles and Matters Connected Therewith:

  • Act, Work thrown on the London County Council by the. (315)
  • Anomalies of the, (137) ; in Surrey, (191); at Aylesbury, (209) Agricultural Motors at the Royal Lancashire ? Show, (437)
  • Alcohol and. Dr. prmandy on, 391
  • Apparatus for Driving a Dynamo Ignition for Purposes on, (235)
  • Metropolitan Fire Brigade. (235) ’
  • Army Service Corps, New Mechanical Transport Company, (513)
  • Automobile Association of America, Motor Car Exhibition, (365)
  • Automobile Club, Brake-testing Instrument in their Garage, (235); Endeavour to Obtain a 50- mile Course in the Isle of Man, (262)
  • Delivery Van Trials and the Army Council’s Offer, (341). (463); the Words “Chauffeur "and “Garage” Con- demned, (209)
  • Dr. Ormandy on Alcohol and the Motor Car, 391, 399
  • Motor Boat Trials in Southampton Water, (613)
  • New Members, (300) Parade of Motor Delivery Vans Organised by, (209), (341). (463)
  • President, the Duke of Sutherland, (315)
  • Report of the Side-slip Competition of, 567
  • Rules Governing Trials for Small Cars Ox-ganised by, (613)
  • Side-slip Trials, (12), (235),
  • X X . (287), (309)
  • Automobile Club, The Austrian, Consumption
  • Tests at their Alcohol Exhi- /'I V J for Automobiles, (114)
  • Automobile Club de France, Race from Calais to Dover for Motor Boats,
  • AX .^31, (613)
  • Automobile Mutual Protection Association, General Meeting of, (613) Technical Society, Berlin, (315) i» 1 Tram, An American, 398 Brakes for, 190
  • Baud, 119, 145
  • Motor Wagon, 640
  • Brake-testing Instrument in the Garage of the Automobile Club, (235)
  • Canada, Use of Automobiles in, (114) required for Motor Cars,
  • Registered, and Drivers licensed m London, (209)
  • Cycles Registered from February 17th to March 23rd, (341)
  • Classes in Motor Car Construction and Driving, Gr^Xfp^alflP^^®h 155
  • crystal Palace Show, 184, 214, 240
  • VehFclB°’n H Municipal Motor
  • vehicle and the Cost, (39)
  • Darracq Motor Car, G. and J. Weir, Limited,
  • Motor Vehicles and Matters Connected therewith (continued);
  • Dynamometer for Small Motors, Col. Renard’s, (613) ’
  • Electric, to be Let out on Hiro at Brighton, (513)
  • Electric Cars in America, Increasing Use for, (613)
  • Engine, A New, Messrs. Crossley Bros., (123), 138, 144, 153, 154, 155
  • Essex County Council and the Motor Car Traffic, (415)
  • French Motor Manufacturer Fined for having the Number Written in Chalk, (89)
  • Glasgow-built Darracq Motor Car, 441 Gloucestershire, Motor Cars and Cycles Registered in, (437)
  • Gordon Bennett Race at Homburg, (13)
  • Gordon Bennett Race, Isle of Man Course. (341)
  • Ignition of. Due to Friction, (137)
  • Imported into the United Kingdom in February, Number and Value of Motor Cars and Cycles, (415)
  • Imports and Exports of Completed, (89)
  • Inland Revenue Officers and County Council Registers, (114)
  • Isle of Man Course for the Eliminating Trials for the Gordon Bennett Race, (341)
  • Islington Show, 314
  • Italian Tax on, to be Raised, 362
  • Lancashire, Number in Use and Registered in, (114)
  • Licences Taken Out in London in Two or Three Days, (39)
  • Motor Car Service, Adelaide, (175)
  • Herne Bay and Canterbury, (637)
  • Great North of Sootland Railway, (315)
  • North-Eastern and Great Western, (65), (209)
  • Wales, (315), (437) Works, Some, The Lanchester Engine Company, 486, 510 for Surveyor, West Riding of Yorkshire, (537)
  • Wagon Brakes, 640 Wagons, Steam, Londonderry Works, (647)
  • Motoring Annual and Motorists’ Year-book, (323)
  • Motor Volunteers to be Armed with Rifles, (282)
  • Naval Officers and, (144)
  • New York State, Hillcock Motoring Bill Passed by the Senate, (415)
  • Number of Foreign Cars Imported into England, (65)
  • Licensed in France, (513) Registered in the United Kingdom, (65)
  • Omnibus Service, Modbury and Plymouth, (121) Forest Hill Station and Camberwell, (140)
  • Ross-shire, (39) for London, Start made with, (191) Owners still Required to take out Carriage Licences for their Cars, (114)
  • Paris, 2, 7, 11, 30, 55, 64, 87, 104, 130, (235) Petrol, The First Four-wheel Motor Car, 521 Motor Boats, 639
  • Motor Railway Inspection Trolley, 81, 88
  • Pneumatic Tire Trials in Paris, (513) Portugal, Increasing Trade in, (613) Radiators, (637)
  • Radiator, its Efficiency Increased by Coating it with Black, (637)
  • Railway Inspection Car, Self-propelled, Simms Manufacturing Company, 81, 88
  • Railway Motor Carriages, 187
  • Road Motor Wagons, Penrith and Patterdale Test Case before the Magistrates, (315)
  • Show, Crystal Palace, 184, 214, 240
  • Show, Islington, 314 Side-slip Trials, 12, (235)
  • Speed Limit at Dover, Question of the, (513) Proposal, Newport Town Council, (365)
  • within the City and Outside, The Corporation of London and, (287), 468, (561)
  • for Cars Crossing the Menai Bridge, (437)
  • Steam Motor Carriage for Indian Railway, Tenders Invited by the Secretary of State for India, (437)
  • Steam Motor Wagon, Messrs. J. Robertson and Son, 468
  • Stockton Chamber of Agriculture on the Maximum Speed of, (239)
  • Surrey County Council and the New Motor Car Act, (89)
  • Taff Vale Railway, Six more Motor Cars for, (174)
  • Testing Plant for Motor Cars, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Mass., (463)
  • Tires, Inner Tube for, (287)
  • Tires, and Springs of, J. S. V. Bickford, 199 Toll Reduced for, on Bridge between Goring and Streatley, (561)
  • Traffic on Roads at Night, Holland, Lincolnshire County Council, (365)
  • Traffic, Southwark Borough Council Consider their whole Area Dangerous to, (39)
  • Training Class for Drivers of, at Bray, County Wicklow, (209)
  • Tunbridge Wells Education Committee, Class in Motor Car ’
  • (114)
  • Vehicles, 586, 643
  • Wagons Ordered (235)
  • War-office Grant for Wear and Tear of Machines, (65)
  • Warsaw, Opening for Inexpensive Motor Cars in, (463)

Motor Vehicles, Illustrated

  • MOVING an Oil Tank, 323
  • Moy, Mr. Thos., Appeal for Funds to Help, (270)
  • Municipal Authorities in Germany as well as here. Extravagance of, (513)
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, Mr, Percy
  • Longmuir’s Appointment, 400
  • Naval Engineering College, 567
  • Navy Estimates, The, 213, 237
  • Nernst Lamp, Efficiency of, Mr. Ingersoll’s Experiments, (39)
  • Newchang, Trade of, (587)
  • New York Magnetic Mines, 136
  • Mechanical Part of Broadway Building, 136
  • State, Mileage of Improved Highways in, (114)
  • Niagara, Utilisation of, 564
  • Nova Scotia, Rich Auriferous Ore in Halifax Co., (209)

Obituary :

  • ODESSA, Trade and Manufacture in, (341)
  • Oil, Californian Products of, for 1903, 1902, (137), (437); and Increasing Use of, as Fuel, (637) Fields of Baku, Wasteful Conditions in. Shown by Fire Losses, (437)
  • Fuel on Railways in the United States, (272) and Gasoline for Heating and Cooking, United States, Increased Use of, (389)
  • Heavy Kern, of California, Difficulty in Transporting, (437)
  • on the Island of Tcheleken, (537)
  • Pipe Line in California and Difficulties due to the Heaviness and Slow Travelling of Oil, (637)
  • Tank, Moving an, 323 Wells, Borneo, (437)
  • Omnibus Traffic, Growth of, in Spite of the Tube Railway, (191)
  • Onions, Mr. J. C,, (137)

Ordnance and Small Arms;

  • Armament of the Barfieur, (161)
  • Armament of Battleships and Cruisers, Improvements and Changes in, (161), 417
  • Bronze, 258
  • Guns, Device for Sponging out the Bores of. Navy Yard, Washington, (613) 18^-Pounder Quick-firing Field, R.F.A.
  • Batteries to be Armed with, (209) Explosion of an American, (402) Krnpp and Canet, under Trial for Portugal, (341)
  • The New 4m. Quick-firing, (315) The 7 ’5in. Naval, (315)
  • Ordnance and Small Arms {continued)
  • Ordered at Royal Gun Factory, Additional Hands taken on, (137)
  • Quick-firing, to be Adopted by the Admiralty, (415)
  • Quick-firing 5in. and 6in., Bethlehem Steel Company, (537)
  • United States, The Latest Types of, (287) New Landing, Austrian Navy, (637)
  • New, which is being Introduced into the Navy, (315)
  • Portuguese, (341)
  • Rifle, The New Springfield Magazine, for the United States Army, (437)
  • Rifle, Sight for the Lebel, Invented by Lieut. Martin, (341)
  • Syringing Apparatus, to Prevent Flare-backs, (513)
  • Tendency of Battleship Design, The, 577
  • United States Navy Department Regulations as to the Initial Velocity of Projectiles of 13in. Guns, (209)
  • OSMIUM Used as Substitute for Carbon, (365) Osmium Lamps, 284
  • Oxygen, Joseph Priestley, the Discoverer of, (161)
  • Oxygen from the Nitrogen of Air, M. G, Claude’s Apparatus for Separating, (235)
  • Ozone in Gases not Dissociated by Moderate Heat, Percentage of, 445
  • PAINTS Suited for Engineering Structures, 542
  • Palermo, Scheme to Stimulate the Industrial Development of, (191)
  • Palmer, Sir Charles Mark, Memorial Statue to, at Jarrow, (137), (147)
  • Paper Made from Bamboo, Process of Manufacture, (114)
  • Paris Sewage Farms, The, 640
  • Patents Acts, Australian Commonwealth, (561)
  • - Australian, 323
  • - Falling off in the Number of Applications for, (39)
  • - Laws, Unification of British and Colonial, 169
  • - Office, Examination for Assistant Examiners in the, (437)

Patents, Selected American:

  • Ammunition Shell, E. von Reichenau, 502
  • Back Gearing, S. C. Davidson, 224
  • Bells, Making, J. T. Duff, 502
  • Belts, Fastening Device for Driving, A. H. S. Sharpe, 378
  • Blue Burner, H. Hurwitz and A. Schapire, 576
  • Boiler, S. L. Marple, 354 Steam, J. A. Mumford, 502. F. J. Rowan, 526
  • Bolt, Flexible Stay, F. Berger, 198
  • Bunsen Burner for Incandescent Gas Lamps, H. W. Hellmann, 330
  • Caulking Tool, Pneumatic, Tynan and Mos- tiller, 502
  • Cement Process, H. Passow, 202
  • Centrifugal Apparatus, A. Liedbeck, 378
  • Centrifugal Fans, Supporting the Enclosing Cases of, S. C. Davidson, 126
  • Coke Oven Door Hoist, A. S. Mason, 602
  • Compressing and Charging Coal into Coke Ovens, J. Haug, 274
  • Compressor for Air, Sargent and Raymond, 176
  • Concrete Piles, Forming, F. Shuman, 502 Condenser, 0. H. Mueller, 650
  • Condensing Steam, H. A. Due, jun., 502 Connecting-rod, C. W. Hart, 250
  • Cooling Means for Explosive Engines, H. Nelson, 404
  • Corrugated Furnace Flues or Tubes, W. Rain- forth, 102
  • Electric Furnace, A. H. Cowles, 378 Generating System, W. A. Bole, 626 Railway Motor, R. Siegfried, 502 Railways, Third Rail for, L. G. Johnstone, 428
  • Engine Blowing, F. M. Riles, 274
  • Explosion, McMullen and Robinson, 650 ,
  • Explosive, Feeding and Ignition Device for, W. Remington, 354
  • Fluid Pressure, M. N. Forney, 78 Gas, Arnold and Kasley, 78 Gas, G. Westinghouse, 176 Rotary Explosive, A. McCahon, 274 Rotary Explosive, G. C. Blasdell, 102 Steam, J, Missong, 78
  • Traction, B. J. Diplock, 302
  • Fireproof Construction for Buildings, Lyon and Berle, 28
  • Friction Device, G. L. Harvey, 650
  • Furnaces, S. C. Davidson, 626
  • Furnace Straightener, Collapsed, J. Todd, 274 Gas-making, L. Mond, 150
  • Governor, Inertia, Howe and Gibbs, 150
  • Gun Carriage, Elevating, Traversing and Lighting Apparatus for, Dawson and Buckham, 126
  • Gun Carriage, Separable, Dawson and Buckham, 102
  • Guns, Recoil Check for, Meigs and Stout, 354
  • Gyroscopes for Steering Torpedoes, F. M. Leavitt, 28
  • Heat-radiating Device, J. H. Bullard, 502 Hoist, E. Y. Moore, 330
  • Hoist Equipment, G. W. Bollman, 602
  • Indicator, Steam Engine, C. B. Bosworth, 476 Injector, S. L, Kneuss, 378
  • Locomotives, Parallel Rod for, C. Houston, 150
  • Locomotive, Road, Fowler and Tuer, 126
  • Lubricator for Flaked Graphite, A. D. Howard, 274 ’
  • Machine Tools, Device for Intermittently Rotating Tables of, F. Komniek, 274
  • Meter, Fluid, A. S. Tuttle, 330
  • Motor Cycles, Accles, de Veulle and Starlev, 198
  • Motor-operated Hand Tool, A. W. Clark, 428 Motor Rotary Fluid, G. Westinghouse, jun,, 452
  • Nozzle for Impact Water Wheels, W. A. Doble, 452 ’
  • Ordnance, W. H, Bevans, 78
  • Patents, Selected (continued}:
  • Pivot Gun, J. Krome, 602
  • Sighting and Firing, H. W. Jones, 150
  • Pierced Ingots with Solid Ends, Process of Pro- I ducing, L. D. Davis, 404
  • Piston Rods, Cooling, T. Matson, 476 Steam Engine, J. Swan, 354 Valve, W. Schmidt, 378
  • Plug Motor Sparking or Igniting, J. S. Foley 354
  • Pneumatic Cleaning Apparatus, A. Lota, 102 Power Hammer, A. A. Koch, 452
  • Pump, C. C. Worthington, 102 Purifying Boiler Feed Water, J. Sault, 176 Relief Mechanism for Gearing, C. G. Tideman. 476
  • Spring Cushioning Device, C. P. Brynes, 126
  • Stay-bolts, Flexible, J. B. Tate, 502
  • Steam Generator, H. E. Penney, 404
  • Steam Generators, Tubulous, J. McKechnie, 126
  • Threshing Machines, E. W. Flagg, 126
  • Tool Metal Boring, Taykr and Newbold, 354 Trolley Poles, Apparatus for Controlling, Bogue and Jennings, 126
  • Turbine, E. J. Wood, 354
  • Buckets to Wheels, Means of Attaching, H. G. Reist, 198
  • Elastic Fluid, C. G. Curtis, 198, 302 Fluid Pressure, G. Westinghouse, 452
  • Multicellular, Rateau and Souttar, 354 Steam, G. Zahikjanz, 176
  • Valve, A. K. Mansfeld, 602
  • Adjusting Engine, E. S. Newton, 626 for Engines, Reversing, R. S. Furman, 126
  • Steam Engine, 0. W. Young, 404 Wheels of Metal Disc, J. Melaun, 602 Wheel Vehicle, P. A. Sanguinetti, 526
  • PATENTS and Trade Marks, Chinese, 520
  • Pearls Located in Pearl Oysters by Rontgen Rays,
  • Pearl Shell Trade Affected by the War, (221)
  • Peat, Manufacture of Spirit from, (537) Pelletan, M., and the French Navy, 317, 358
  • Pens, Reservoir Drawing, 373, 397, 422
  • Petrol Illuminant on the North-Eastern Railway, Experiments with a, (39)
  • Petroleum Briquettes, 119 Briquettes, Mr. Maestracci’s Process, (89)
  • in Canada, (60)
  • Coke Produced from, (287)
  • and its Use for Illuminating, Lubricating, and Fuel Purposes, Dr. Dvor- kovitz on, 604
  • Wells, Borneo, (437)
  • Phenological Observations for 1903, Mr. Mawley’s Report, (196)
  • Photographic Image, Reversal of the, 217 Photometer, M. Nisco’sNew, (5.i3)
  • Piano Factory, Broadwood’s, 145, 162, 166 Pickard, Mr. Benjamin, 141
  • Picric Acid Treated with Petrol, (463)
  • Pier of the Beckton Gasworks, No. 2 River, 445 Plane Surfaces in a Uniform Current of Air,
  • Resistance of, Mr. T. E. Stanton, 24
  • Platt Bros, and Co., Textile Machinery for the St. Louis Exhibition, 259
  • Portland Cement, Manufacture of, in Istria, (315) Portraits, Mr. Chas. John Galloway, 286
  • Postal Business of the United States, Magnitude of, (13)
  • Post-office London Directory for 1904, (71) Potato Growing in Germany, Use of Duty-free
  • Alcohol and its Effect on, (389)
  • Power, The Choice of, 139
  • Power Hammers and Recent Developments, 298 Practical Draughtsmen, 217
  • Premium System, Opposition to the, 591 Premium System in Government Dockyards, 238, 244
  • Preparation of Estimates— .sw Estimates Priestley, Joseph, Medallion Unveiled at Warrington to, (161)
  • Prize Firing in 1903 and Some Comments, 203
  • Protection and Free Trade:
  • European Syndicates and Tariffs, 566
  • Tariff Commission, The, 289, 293, 468, 598. 612, 648
  • Walsall Chamber of Commerce in Favour of Protection, (50)
  • PRUSSIAN Budget for 1904-5, Minister cf Finance’s Advice to German Manufacturers, (89)
  • Prussian State, New Official Regulations for Railway Bridges in the, 307
  • Provisional Orders, 1904, 436
  • Pump, An Automatic Gas, (488)
  • Automatic Receiver and, (327)
  • Air, 145
  • Air Lift, Mr, Philip Bjorling on, 172 for Forced Lubrication, 119 Slip in, Professor Goodman on, 322 Pumping Engine, American Sewage, 254, 255
  • Danville Waterworks, United States, 593
  • at Ravensfleet, 460, 461 Machinery, Mr. G. A. F. Ahlberg on, 591
  • Plant at Shanghai, Messrs. Manlove, Alliott and Co., (513j
  • Purification of Water by Shock, 643
  • Puzzler, A, 462, 521
  • Pyrometers, Report on, and Exhibition of, 459, 483
  • Quartz Glass, and How it is Made, (13)
  • RADIANT Heat as a Steam Maker, 343
  • Radio-active Gas Found in the Soil and Tapwater at Newhaven, Conn., (287)
  • Radium in America, from Carnolite, (114), (137), (587)
  • in the Buxton Springs, (463)
  • in Carnolite, Prof. A. H. Phillips on the Existence of, (13)
  • in Colorado, (114), (137), (587) Destructive Action of, on Vegetable Matter, (161)
  • Dr. Tracy’s Experiments with, (65) in Meteorology, Field of Usefulness for (437)
  • Radium in the Mineral Springs of Bath, (235) Radiation, Photographic Action of, Mr.
  • Skinner on, (114) _ . ..
  • Rays to be Capable of Penetrating Polished Granite, Experiments Show-
  • Bisel’roto Rdative to. Subsidised by the French Government, (39) *
  • Sir Oliver Lodge on, 35, 41 in Solid Bodies, M. Cane on the Disappearance of the Radio-activity induced by, (287)

Railway Matters:

  • (I) Rai(tca>/and Ti'anucan Accidents; liktish Canadian, Colontai, Indian, and Sotaii
  • (5) Railtian/s, Litjht; Railwa2/ RdUirnti Ni’ics VaviO('-'<, Rvitit^h and lo^ei()n. y) Way, (9) KaiUa.s, Ka/Zm,
  • Stock.

Railway and Tramway Accidents:

  • Act, Mr. Gerald Balfour with Reference to, A^iwlnd, New Zealand, Tramway, (175) Birmingham, New Lines Proposed, (otd) British, 1903, Official Return, (561) Board of Trade, Personal Accidents Reported to, (365) ,
  • Prevention of Accidents Rules, Alteration of Rule 8 (437) Reports on Recent, (262) Returns for Nine Months, (209)
  • British, Accidents to Workmen on, 290
  • Canadian Statistics, (191)
  • Chicago, March, (415) , . p
  • Dudley, Horses Killed through coming m C^m- tact with a Standard Connected with Tram-
  • D rnhanv!’-the-Hill, Caused by a Cow, (120) Great NOTtherl LLdonExpreis to Edinburgh, Narrow Escape, 424
  • Indian, Madras Line Damaged by Hoods, Lanchhire and Yorkshire Company’s Ei^prcss, between Wigan and Southport, (613)
  • Loohmill, near Linlithgow, Major Pringles Report on, the Signal-box being Used as a Place of General Resort and Amusement,
  • London and North-Western Dming-car Express, Attempted Dorailment of, (20S
  • London and North-Western, Landslip on, (13) Midland, between Wellingborough and Ket- tering, (191)
  • Narrow Escapes, (137), (424)
  • North-Eastern, Electrified Portion of, Death ot a Porter and Dog and lojary to a Workman through Contact with Live Rails, (old) Paignton and Churston, Snapping ot Couplwg- rod of the Engine, (235)
  • Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean Locomotive, A Kan- Pa^k^^etSpoUtan, M. Felix RousseVs Report on. (315), (341); Trial to Begin in May, (U5) Plymouth and Torquay, Corridor Express, Narrow Escape of, (137)
  • Preston and Blackburn, Bill Thrown Out, (613) Russian, in 1902, (262) . q. ;fx__
  • Sheffield, E’ectrically-operated Point Shitter under Trial on, (613) , T-, •
  • Siberian, Derailment, when the Engine was being Driven by a Student, (13) South-Eastern and Chatham, Gomshall Station, Board of Trade’s Report, (437) .
  • Toddington Viaduct, on the Great Western Railway’s New Line, 69
  • United States, in November. 1903, (13) , De- | cember, (235); January, (287), February (389) ; April, (687) in the Last Twelve Months, (89); in Three Months ending Docamber 31st, 1904, (488) Orders to Engineers to Adhere to Schedule Time, Winter Accidents Due to Efforts to Make up Lost Timo, (137)

Railways, British, Canadian. Colonial, African and Australian

  • Canadian Paoitio. Daily Service between Montreal and Vancouver, (315)
  • Direct Line of Steamers between Antwerp and Canada Inaugurated by, (315)
  • Dividends for Half-year,
  • Extensions in Prospect, (262) Train Services on, (613) Trans-Continental, The, (270), (561) ' Cape to Cairo, Progress of, (287), (437) .
  • Cape Town to Victoria Falls on the Zambesi, CeylVn, Northern, Railway to Anuradhapra, , Eist^^and West Yorkshire Railway U'lioi Company, New Line (50)
  • Egypt, Berber-Saakin, (513), (608) Glasgow and South-Western, Half-yearly Grand'rrunk Paoiflo Scheme, (341), (637) j
  • Great Central, Half-years Accounts, (148),
  • New Line, Loughborough to , Burton-on-Trent, Presentation to Mr. R. Barrow, I (262), (599) I
  • Question of Low Zone Fares under Consideration, (191) ! Retirement of Mr, R. Barker, | (463)
  • Zone System of Booking, (463) and Great Western, New ' Railways, 531, 538, (599) Great Eastern, Accelerated Services for Summer Months, (161)
  • Fast Trains to Yarmouth ana Lowestoft, (587)
  • Motor Car Service on, (513) Service of Workmen’s Trains, (262)
  • Sleeping Car Service on the Danish State Railway, (561) Great Northern, Accounts for the Half-year, December, 1903, (158), (161)
  • Great Northern of Scotland, Half-yearlyReport, (262)
  • Motor Car Services, (262), (513)
  • Great Western,. Appointments of Mr. T. H, Rendell and Mr. J. Morris, (39), (613)
  • Dividends and Reports, (161), (196)
  • Electric Signalling on, (513) Fast Runs from Plymouth to Paddington, (389), (463) Initial Journey of the de Glehn Engine, (114) Marvellous Record Run, (463), 484, 507, (515), 582
  • Motor Car Service between Beaconsfield and Slough, (209); Helston and the L’zard, (463)
  • Motor Coach Service, 461 Record Run from Plymouth to London, (463), 582
  • Road Metal Siding, 634 and Great Central, New Railways, 531, 538
  • Harrow and Uxbridge, (559) Indian, Coal Transit on, (443)
  • East, Dislocation of the Schedule on, (561)
  • Midland, Half-year’s Report, (587) Mr. Robertson’s Report and Forthcoming Conference on, (89)
  • Nine Months’ Gross Receipts, (191) North-Eastern Lino of the Madras Railway, Damages Cause! by the Floods, (191)
  • North-Western. Extension Proj oct, Lodhian to Mailsi, (365)
  • North-Western, Late Running of Trains due to Age of Locomotives, (365)
  • North-Western, and Oudh and Rohil- kand, Proposed Central Sh^p at Lucknow, (315)
  • Peninsula, Great, Half-year’s Report, (587)
  • Railway Development in, 631 Simla-Kalka Railway, Estimate Exceeded, (191)
  • South, Total Revenue Earnines, (587) Steam Motor Car Service, (587)
  • Isle of Man, Purchase of the Manx Northern and Foxdale Railway Company’s Undertakings, (389)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, “All Electric” System of Operating Signals and Points, (114)
  • Dividend for Past Half-year, (114) ; (Steam Vessels), Bill Passed, ^(437)
  • Electric Equipment of Line between Liverpool and Southport, 9, (13)
  • Extension of its Steamboat Facilities, (4), (437)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast, Death of Mr. Staniforth, (389)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Improvements, New Grosvenor Bridge, 584, 585
  • London, Chatham and Dover, Appointment of Sir Y.
  • Midland, Acquisition of the Donegal Railway and Larne Harbour, (287) Derby and Manchester Line, Ordinary Working Resumed, (315) Diamond Jubilee of the, 508 Dividends, Half-year’s, (161) Half-year’s Return of Working Stock, (209)
  • Train Mileage of, (209) Improvements from July 1st, 636, (637)
  • Mr. W. N. Bancroft’s Appointment, (114)
  • and North Ireland, 333 Twin-screw Turbine Steamer Antrim for the Cross-Channel Irish Traffic, 220, 315
  • West Riding Lines, Earthworks and Bridges of, (209)
  • Natal Government, Annual Reports, (513), (587); Total Revenue of, (561) ; Number of Wagons Placed on, (561)
  • New South Wales, Mileage Open for Traffic, (613); Revenue for the March Q larter, (463) New Zaaland, Mileage, Traffic, Cost, Receipts, &c., (161)
  • North-Eastern, Autocar Service Adapted to the Train Service, (65) Automatic Signalling, (389) Electrification of Tyneside Lines. (65)
  • Petrol Electric Coach, Mr. W. Worsdell, 420, 421
  • Petrol Illuminant on the, (39) Presentation to Mr, R. Wedgewood, (450)
  • Quick-acting Brake Trials, 269, 350
  • North Staffordshire, Mr. Tonman Mosley Succeeds Sir Thomas Salt, (437)
  • North Yorkshire Dales, (52), (65)
  • Scotland, Lochearnhead L’.no, Mr. W. Jackson on,(364)
  • South African,
  • South-Eastern,
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Opening of the New Pier at Queenborough, (463); Sponge Cloth Laundry, Ashford, (420)
  • South-Western and Isle of Wight, Junction Scheme, (39)
  • Suakin-Atbara, (513), (608)
  • Taff Vale, Presentation to Mr. Beasley, (287), (300)
  • Uganda, Country Produce Carried on, (437)
  • Victorian, Satisfactory Financial Statement, (463)
  • Victorian, Comparative Results of their Working, (613); Returns for Ten Months, (587)
  • Wemyss Bay, Widening, Mr. R. W. Gairns on, (243)

Railways, Electric:

  • Alpine Railways, Electric Working of. The Austrian Government asks for Plans and Estimates, (513)
  • Alternating Current Traction System, United States, 246
  • Automatic Block System for, in the United States, 246
  • Berlin to Hamburg, Two Projects for Highspeed, (161)
  • Overhead and Underground, Extension to the Gfunewald, (259)
  • Traffic and Woiking Receipts, and Need of Better Management, (65), (463)
  • Brussels to Antwerp, (235)
  • Canada, Bruce Peebles and Co., Limited, Contract Accepted, 298
  • Central London, Dividend and Traffic (114) (262)
  • Total Receipts for Half-year, (137)
  • Chicago, Curious Underground Railway, 286
  • Coal Consumption of, (114)
  • Concrete Viaduct for the Utica and Mohawk Valley Line, 496
  • Fast Travelling on, Question of, Raised in the Reichstag, (137)
  • German, Marienfeld and Zossen. Rssult of Speed Trials, (65)
  • Great Northern and City Tube Railway, connecting Moorgate-street and Finsbury Paik,
  • Great Western, Electrification of Oswestry to Gobowen Line, (624)
  • Great Western, Projected Electrification of some of its Lines in the London District, (39) ’
  • High-speed Experiments, New York Central and Hudson River Railway Company, (191) Italian, Electrification of Certain Lines, (39) Italian, Mediteranean, (130) Liverpool-Southport, 9, (13). (262) 275, 280
  • Metropolitan, (39), 158. 183, 202, 253
  • Moscow Ring, (561)
  • New York Central, New Kind of Electric Locomotive to be Tested. (161)
  • New York Rapid Transit, 261 street Railway, Lines of Greater, Traffic Reaches the Thousand Million Record,
  • N^h-Eastern, Newcastle Suburban Lines
  • Recently Electrified, (97), 345, (352)
  • North and South Woolwich BUI, (340)
  • Paris Metropolitan, Traffic and Projected Ex- tensions, (88), (287), (341)
  • Pans, New Tube, Projected, (341)
  • Romo to Naples, (341)
  • Russian, Projected, to Yalta, (341) gectional System, United States, (509) Single-phase, Mr. W. A. Blanck on, 496 bwiss, Schwytz and Seewen, Three-phase, (39) Ihames, from North to South Woolwich,
  • Estimate for Railway under the, (191)
  • Torquay, The Dolter System, (287)
  • Tyneside Railway«», 315
  • United States, Mileage of, in certain Towns, (39)

Railways, Foreign:

  • Austiian, Bosruck Alpine Tunnel, 424
  • Belgian, (415); Mileage Belongiogto the State and to Private Companies, (235); Total Mileage of, (236); Total Expenditure, (235)
  • Bohemia, Teplitz and Klostergrab, (39)
  • Burma, Doubling of Two Sections of Line, (315) Chilian, Lima to Pisco, (97)
  • Chinese, Eistern, Rebuilding of, the Russian Government Asked for a Grant, (22) German-Shantung, (315) Hankow-Canton Line, (13), (537) Kao-pei-tien to the Western Tombs, (397)
  • Prance, Northern of, and the Great Eastern, Fast Service of Trains and Boats, London and Paris, 6j Hours, (231) Northern of, Report for 1903, (488) Orleans, Extensions and Doubling of Line, (587)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Report for 1903, (488)
  • Southern of, Report for 1903, (561) Steel Gondola Cars on, (561) Western of, Report for 1903, (415) French Guinea, Completed to Kindia, (613) Indo-China, Hanoi to Vietry, (537) Puget and Teniers Line to be Extended to St. Andr^, (389)
  • West Africa, Hayes to the Niger Completed, (561)
  • German, Cameroons, Line to Lake Chad, (13) High-speed Steam Railway Service, (192)
  • Protectorate of Togoland, Railway from Lome to Palimo, (389)
  • Shantung, (315)
  • Grand Trunk Pacific, (637)
  • Greece, Pine us to the Turkish Frontier, (315), (415), (537)
  • Iceland, The First, (415)
  • Italian, Ronco Tunnel, Ventilation of, 132 Italo-Swiss Alpine Tunnels, 577
  • Japan, Extension of Internal Lines, (315) Mileage Open for Traffic, 1902, 1903 (172)
  • North-East Korean, (341)
  • Official Statistics c-f Mileage, Locomotive?, Rolling Stock, &c., (311) Korea, (341) Korea, Seoul-Fusan, (613) Malacca, (341) Mexican, Eastern of, (437)
  • Extensions, (161) Total Mileage, (389)
  • Nicaragua, (13), (415)
  • Porto Rico, (637)
  • Russian, 44
  • Coal Consumption on, (262)
  • Freights on Kerosene Must be Raised, (114)
  • Mileage, January 1st, 1904, (513), (637)
  • Moukden and Kharbine Line, Proposed Doubling in Less than Two Months, (537)
  • Samarkand and Tarmys, on the Russo- Afghan Frontier, Projected, (13) Siberian, Circum-BaikaJ, (537) Siberian, Trans-Baikal, Section of, (161). 326
  • South-West, Ereclion of Grain Elevators in Odessa, (191)
  • Trans-Mjnchurian, Mileage of, (341) T. ans-Siberian, Mileage of, (341)
  • T. ans-S.bar:an with Pekin, Connection cf, (287)
  • Saxozy and Bohemi», Line between Adorf and Rostb-ch, (39)
  • Southern Europo, 643
  • Swedish, Private Lines and State Lines, (287)
  • Sweliah Rxilway Contracts, Placing of the. (186), (203)
  • Swiss, The Albula, 226, 227, 229, 256-259, 309, 312, 313, 334, 342, 355, 363, 405, 406, 407, 416, 455, 456
  • St. Gothard, Ventilation of the Tunnel,
  • 82
  • Simplon Tunnel, (513), 577, 643 Turkish, Konia-Eregli Line, (65) Union Pacific, Mileage Added. 19C3. (49) United States, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fv, Cane Belt Railway Purchased by the, (437)
  • Line to Eureka Begun, (561) Decrease of Traffic and Suspension of Men, (533), (561)
  • Erie Main Line, Proposed Change in its Course, (39)
  • Manhattan Island to Harlem, Tunnel Opened, (39)
  • New Mileage of Main Lines, 1903, (89)
  • New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railway, Improvement of its Shore Line, (13)
  • Los Angeles and Salt Lake, (637) Pennsylvanian, Appointment of Mr. A. M. Bell, (315)
  • Decrease of Traffic and Suspension of Men, (533), (561)
  • Hudson River Tunnel, (287) Improvements and Expenditure in 1903, (89) ManganeseRails to be Tested on,(561)
  • Special Committee Appointed to Study Railway Transportation in England acd on the Continent, 114)
  • Misonry instead of Steel Bridges on the, (613) Terminal in New York City, Closing of Thirty-second Street Authorised, 24
  • Sb, Louis Railway Terminns, 410 Wabash, (474)

Railways, Light:

  • Aldershot and Farnborough, (463)
  • Board of Trade. Orders Confirmed bv. (651 (137), (161) (287), (389), (437), (513), (613) ’’
  • Board of Trade s Rule with Respect to Allowance of Expenses of Local Authorit’es, (26) • Additional Rile under the Act, (5371 ’
  • Colne, (13)
  • Dean Forest, Cinderford to Lydney, (161) Derbyshire, (218)
  • East Cheshire Syndicate, (209)
  • Electric Equipment of, Mr. J. M. Bell. (12) Essex, North, (587)
  • Gijon, (537)
  • Gloucestershire and Worcestershire, (437) Hampshire and Manifold, (537), (549) Hope Station to Castleton, (161), (437)
  • India, The Ranagat-Krishnagar, (415)
  • Leek, Cauldon Low and Hartington Extension, (287)
  • Leek and Manifold, (437)
  • Nigeria, Northern, (137)
  • Malvern Wells and Maisemore, (572)
  • North Staffordshire, Hampshire and Manifold, (235) ’
  • Rating of, 143, (175)
  • Spain, (537)
  • Tanat Valley, Opening of, (65)
  • Wales, Lake Gwynant and Bettws-y-Coed. (161) Watford and District, (137)

Railways, Locomotives;

  • African Central, 518
  • American, 246, 319, (587), 592 Four-cylinder, 216
  • Wear and Tear of, 319 Large, 586
  • Atlantic, Prussian State Railways, 103 Australia, Locomotive Building in, 534 Axles, Distribution of Loads on, A. T. J. Kerssy, 260
  • Baldwin Works, Number of Locomotives Built, and Men Employed, 1903, (661)
  • Barclay, Son and Co.’s, (13)
  • Boiler Water Softening, United States, Atchison Railway, 216
  • British, Review of their Work in 1903, Chas. Rous-Marten, 80, 151, 199, 251, 303, 636
  • Carnegie Institution’s Grant to Professor Goss to Promote Research in Testing of, (137)
  • Centenary of the, 157, (217)
  • Chilian, (315)
  • Compound (Supple/ment, January 29^/i, 1904), 35, 90, 93, 103, 105, 107, 303,304. 315, 326, 347-360, 407, 417, 586, 587, 592, 643, 583, 643
  • Discussion on M. Sauvage’s Paper on, 407, 417
  • Express, for Chilian Railways, Contract for Fifteen Secured by the North British Locomotive Company, (315)
  • Four cylinder, Atlantic Type, New York Central Railway, 692
  • Goods, Saxony State Railway (Supplement, January 29^7?., 1904), 90, 93, 105, 107
  • Mallet Articulated Type, Schenectady Works, (587)
  • Midland Railway, 303
  • M. Sauvage at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Discussion Opened by M. Alfred de Glehn, 304, 325, 347, 350
  • in Service on the Seven Principal Railways of France, (35)
  • Crank Axles of, 394
  • Danish State, Gauging of Wheels and Relative Wear, (537)
  • Da Glehn Four-cylinder Compound, Paris- Orleans Railway, 564
  • De Glehn Four-cylinder Compound, Pennsylvania Railway, (389), (561)
  • Departments of American Railways, College Graduates in the, 648
  • Electric and Compressed Air, for Mines, Mr. B. S. Randolph on, 603
  • Experiments, Two Locomotive, Chas. Rous- Marten, 182
  • Express, Great Western, Mr. G. J. Churchward, by C. Rous-Marten, 292 London and North-Western, Mr. Geo. Whale, 362
  • Passenger, Atlantic Type, North- Eastern, 66, 72
  • Passenger, Great Northern (Supple, ment, January l.s’7, 1904), 10
  • Fire-boxes, Flexible Stay-bolt for, (488) Firing, 566
  • First, 157, (217)
  • Four-coupled Express, Great Central, Mr. J. G. Robinson, 583, 693
  • Four-cylinder Balanced Compound, by A. Von Borries, 103
  • Compound, De Glehn, Paris- Orleans Railway (Supplement, June 1904), 564
  • Pennsylvania Railway, (389), (561)
  • at the St. Louis Exhibition, 627 Fieuch (Supplement, June ^rd, 1904), 35, 103, 133,182, 228, 304, 325, 347-350, 389, 407, 417, (463), 484, 507, 515, 561, 564
  • French, of the Great-Western, by C. Rous- Marten, 133, 182, 228
  • Front Ends of, 67, 145
  • German, 103. 191, 237, 308, 323, (341), (365), 383
  • Compounds, (341)
  • Tested, on the Zossen Military Railway, (365)
  • Steam Locomotive, 237
  • Goods, with Large Firc-brx, New Jersey, Central, U.S.A., 398
  • Great Central, 469, 583, 593
  • Great Central, New Express, Mr. Charles Rous- Marten, 469
  • Great Northern {Supplemenf, January Ast, 1904). 10, 191 '
  • Great Northern, Forty-five New and More Powerful Placed on the Road in 1903, (191)
  • Great Western (Su-pplp^nents, March ll^'/z, A/a?/ 18</t), 133,182, 228, 231, 292, (463), 484, 492, 507, 515
  • Record Run on the, Charles Rous-Marten, (463), 481, 507, 615
  • Six-coupled Tank, Mr. G. J.
  • Churchward {Supplement, May l^th. 1904), 492
  • Heaviest in the World, Schenectady Works, (587)
  • High-Speed, 216, 308, 323, (463), 484, 507, 515, 545, 569, 586, 615, 643
  • Michael Reynolds, 216
  • Russian State Railways, 308, 323
  • Indian, East, Engines Condemned, (415) North-Western, Age of Locomotives, (265)
  • State Railways, Few Capable Men in the Locomotive Department, (209)
  • State Tenders Placed with Messrs.
  • Beyer and Peacock, (463)
  • Italian, Combustion Chambers in, 291 Lancashire and Yorkshire, 134
  • London and North-Western, (209), 362, (513)
  • Polyphemus, Belpaire Boiler and New Style of Cab,(513)
  • Three Dreadnought Compound, to be Withdrawn, (209) Midland Compound, 303
  • Montreal Locomotive Works, New, 146
  • Natal Government Railways, Standard Type of, io be Used on, (561)
  • New Type of, J. H. K. on, 444
  • New York Central, New Kind of Electric, to be Tested on, (161)
  • New York, Chicago and St, Louis, Five under Construction at the Brooks Works of the American Locomotive Company, (191)
  • Oblique Type, Crank Axles of, 394
  • Orders Secured by Messrs. R. Stephenson and Co., (99)
  • Passenger, Six Ordered by Cambrian Railway Company, (99)
  • Pennsylvanian, DaGlehn Locomotive Purchased by, (389), (561)
  • Petrol, Maudslay Motor Company, Limited, _ 297
  • Plea for the Single, 569
  • Prussian State Railways, New, Ordered for the Coming Year, 103, (191)
  • Radial Tank, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. A. Hoy, 134
  • Resistance of Locomotive Engines, 407, 417, 491, (572). 642
  • Saxony State {Supplement, January 29zA, 1904).
  • 90, 93, 106, 107
  • Side Rods, 264
  • Smoke-box Action, 395
  • Smoke-box, A Variable, 444
  • Standard Type of, to be Used on the Natal Government Railways, (561)
  • Stay-bolts, Breakage of in Bad Water Districfe. (35)
  • Stephenson’s, The Invicta, to be Presented to the London County Council by Sir David Salomons, (287)
  • Superheating, 211, 268, (341), (361)
  • Superheating, Easton, Courtney and Darbi- shire, 268
  • Sweden, Peat Fuel Used on the Government
  • Railway, (463)
  • Tank, Central South African Rxilways, The Vulcan Foundry Company, L^’mited, 518
  • Tank, Six, Ordered by the Rhymnsy Railway Company, (99)
  • Testing Plant, Swindon, 409
  • Tests of, at the St. Louis Exhibition, 96 Three-cylinder, 368, 397, 444, 545
  • Simple, John Riekie on, 444
  • Tank, Berlin Locomotive Company, 383
  • Twelve-wheeled Passenger, Union Pacific Railway, U.S.A., 563
  • United States, 398, (463), 563, 587, 592
  • Headlights of, (389)
  • for Korea, Ordered by Japan, (209)
  • Orders, 1903, 1904, (463)
  • U.S.A., Large American, 586
  • U.S.A., Numbers Built during the Last Twelve Years, (89)
  • Using Superheated Steam on German Railways, (341), (361)
  • Whale’s Valve Gear, Fitted with, 32, 33. 76
  • Works, Apprentices in, BaldwinWorks, U.S.A., 261
  • Works, New Jersey, The Rogers, The American Locomotive Company Secures Control of, (415)
  • Railway News, Various, British and Foreign:
  • Act, The Continuous Brake, Usual Half-yearly Returns, (137)
  • The Hours, (137)
  • Railway Accidents, (137)
  • Amalgamation of the Belfast and Northern Counties with the Midland of England, (400) American Syndicate and the Hankow-Canton Railway, (637)
  • Automatic Signalling, 160, No. I.; 177, No, II,, (339)
  • Automatic Signalling, North-Eastern Railway, (389)
  • Ballast-washing Machine, Chicago and Alton Railway, 218
  • Bancroft, Mr. Walter N., his Appointment, (114)
  • Bangkok, Tenders for Rolling Stock Called for, (209)
  • Barker, Mr. R., his Retirement, (463)
  • Bearings, Comparative Wear of, on Elevated Railway Cars and Street Surface Cars, (287)
  • Belgian Company, Construction of the Hankow- Canton Railway to be Entrusted to, (537)
  • Blair, Mr. A. G., United States, bis Appointment, (13)
  • Block System, United States, (218)
  • Railway News, Various, 'British and Foreign (continued) j
  • Board of Agriculture’s Correspondence with British Railway Companies, (488)
  • Boston Elevated, Money Expended on Clearing Tracks of Snow, (341)
  • Brake Trials, Quick-acting, 269, 350, 586
  • Brakes, Continuous, Use of, on British Railways, (137)
  • Bridge, New Grosvenor, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, 584, 585
  • Bridges—see Bridges, Miscellaneous
  • Bridgnorth, Taking off of the Great Western Mail Train to Birmingham and London, Serious Inconvenience, (65)
  • British Railway Companies, Six Months’ Total Capital Outlay of the Twenty-seven Leading, (537)
  • British Railway Records, Recent, Mr. Charles Rous-Marten, 484
  • By-laws, Uniform System of. The Board of Trade Urged to bring about, (341)
  • Cambrian Railways Bill Passed, (488)
  • Canada, Half-rate Tickets for Clergymen Abolished, (235)
  • Canadian Pacific, Double Daily Train Service between Montreal and the Pacific, (613)
  • Cape Colony, Reduction of Railway Rates, Consequent Loss to, (365)
  • Ceylon, Narrow-gauge Railways for, Mr. Harrington to Advise the Government regarding, (235)
  • Chicago City Railway Company, Franchise Extension Granted to, (365)
  • Cincinnati Street Railway Company, Contract Price for Carrying Letter, Carriers to be Renewed, (415)
  • Crank Axles, Oblique Type, 394
  • Danish State Railways, German Coals Bought by, but will not Compete with English, (613)
  • Davis, Mr, H. W., his Appointment, (99) Depression, British and American, (587) '
  • Duplex Valve Gear, Whale’s, 32, 33, 76
  • Eist Coast Route between England and Scotland, Revision of the Express Train Service on, (97)
  • Egyptian Railway Administration, Projected Expenditure on New Works and Materials, (415)
  • Egyptian State, Traffic, Receipts, Expenditure, (389)
  • Electric Signalling on the Great Western, (513) Electrical Power, Railways and, 69
  • Engine Driver Fined for being Drunk. (513)
  • European Russia and Poland, Men Discharged during Last Four Months, (637)
  • Express Services of Trains to the Riviera, South- Eastern and Chatham Railway, (137)
  • Fast Run over the Michigan Central, (513)
  • Fast Run, Great Western, (463), 484, 507 i Fog Signalling, 490 !
  • France, Western of, Welsh Small Coal used on, (613)
  • French, Cost of, to the State, Departments and Companies’ Working Expenses, Receipts, &c., (637)
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Contract, Modifications of, (235)
  • Great Central Express from London Acceleration, (235)
  • Great Central, New System of Signalling to be Introduced,(65)
  • Great Western, Record Run between Plymouth and London, (463), 484, 507
  • Hull, Barnsley, and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock Company’s Accounts for Half Vear, (137)
  • Hungarian Railway Strike, (437)
  • Indian Government Orders Given for Materials for Indian State Railways, and Percentage given to German Firms, (235) Government, Purchase of the Madras Railway by, (235)
  • Secretary of State’s Option to Purchase Bombay and Baroda Railway, (235) ‘
  • Railway Contracts, (209)
  • Railway Revenue for Eleven Months, (365)
  • International Conference of Railway Representatives at Konigsberg, (561)
  • International Railway Congress, Arrangements for, (637)
  • Italo-Swiss Alpine Tunnels, 577
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Steam Vessels) Bill, (437)
  • London, Brighton and South Coast and Western of Prance, Through Carriages between Dieppe and Paris, (209)
  • London County Council’s Work in the Matter of Workmen’s Trams, (209)
  • London and Manchester, Accelerated Service, (389)
  • London and North-Western, Accelerated Service between London and Manchester, (463), 484
  • London and North-Western and Lancashire and Yorkshire, Joint Conference of the Directors, (114)
  • London and South-Western, Windsor Station to be called Windsor and Eton, (114)
  • Loree, Mr, U. S., His Appointment, (13)
  • Los Angeles Pacific Railway Company, Telephone and Telegraph System to be Constructed by,(315)
  • McLaren, Sir Charles, His Appointment, (463) Mellor, Colonel, J. J., His Resignation, (463) Midland Railway Coal Contracts, (604) Midland Railway Company, Its Omnibus Bill, Estimates Deposited, (235)
  • Model of a New Kind of Railway, on View in Kilmarnock, (605)
  • Mono-rail System, Mr. F. B. Behr’s Address on his, London Chamber of Commerce, (415)
  • Morris, Mr. J., His Appointment, Great Western, (39)
  • Mosley, Mr. Tonman, His Appointment, (437)
  • Motor Car Services on the Great North of Scotland and Great Eastern, (513)
  • Motor Car Service, Great Western, (209), (389)
  • Naphtha as Fuel for Locomotives, Question under Discussion in Russia, (13)
  • Natal Government Railways Annual Reports, (513)
  • Newhaven and Dieppe Route, Improvements
  • Made, (513)
  • New South Wales, Mileage Open for Traffic, (613)
  • New South Wales Returns, (646)
  • New Yoik, Greater, Thousand Million Record Traffic, (587)
  • New York Rapid Transit Commission, Subway Extension, (537)
  • New Zealand Midland, Viaduct Bridges, Contract given to Cleveland Bridge and Eagi- neering Company, (65)
  • North-Eastern Railway, Petrol Electric Coach on the, 420, 421
  • North-Eastern, Rates of Wages to be paid to the Motor-men, (401)
  • North of England and Hastings, Through and Direct Service, (114)
  • Oil, Texas, for Fuel on the Santa F^ Railway. (272)
  • Pennsylvania, Pension Department, (235) Pension Department, The Pennsylvania, (235) Pneumatic Sanding Device for Electric Cars, (315)
  • Prussian Railway Ministry, Projected Experiments with a View to Running Express Trains from Frankfort to Hamburg, (89)
  • Railway Club, History of the Metropolitan and District Railways, Mr. A. H. Woodhurst on the, (517); Midland Scotch Service, Mr. ft. E. Charlewood on, 414: Working Tables, Rev. W. Scott, (641)
  • Railways and Electrical Power, 69
  • Railway Enterprise in Southern Europe, 589 Return Tickets Available for Six Months on English Railways, (209)
  • Royal Agricultural Society, Reduced Fares for the Members of the, (537)
  • Russian, Effect of the War on the Traffic, (637) Russian Trans-Siberian Railway and Russian Lines in Manchuria, Total Distance from S*. Petersburg to Port Arthur by, (488)
  • Seoul-Fusan Railway, Services of Trains on. (613)
  • Siberian Railway Staff Ordered to Debar Practising Students from Engine Driving, (13)
  • Signal Manufacturers, United States, Consolidation of Two of the Leading, (437)
  • Signalling, Mr. A. C. Rogerson on, (114) Alternating Current for, 595 Electric, Lancashire and Yorkshire, (114)
  • Simplon Tunnel, Work on the, (65) Smoke-box Action, 395, 444
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Sponge Cloth Laundry, Ashford, 420
  • Suburban Passenger Traffic 12, 47, 61, 97. 118. 119,168,189,217
  • Sykes’ Electric Block and Interlocking System on Burmese Railways, (561)
  • Toddington Viaduct, Collapse of, on the Great Western, 69
  • Thermit Weld Used for Repairing the Frame of a Locomotive on the Pennsylvanian Railway, (415)
  • Train Service between American Cities, 350 Tunnel, Bosruck Alpine, 424
  • under the Chicago River, Lowering of the, (365)
  • Italo-Swiss Alpine, 577
  • Mont Blanc, (89)
  • Giovi, Ventilation of, 132
  • Mont Cenis, Ventilation of, 133 Pennsylvania Railway, (76) Praochia, Ventilation of, (108) Ronco, Ventilation of, 132 The St. Gothard, Ventilation of, 82 Simplon, (65)
  • Ventilation of some Continental, 58, 82, 108, 132,133
  • United Kingdom, Railway Returns for 1903 Compared with 1901 and 1902, (488)
  • United Kingdom, Traffic Returns of Thirty- ttree of the Principal Lines for Week Ending June 1st, (637)
  • United States, Numbers of Persons in the Employment of, (646)
  • Valves, High-speed Reducing, Record of their Application to the Westinghouse Brake on Passenger Equipment, (235)
  • Ventilation of some Continental Tunnels, 58. 82, 108, 132
  • Weiohbridges, Messrs, H. Pooley and Son, Limited, 95
  • West Hartlepool Station, Alterations and Extensions, (463)
  • Westinghouse Brake, Record of the Application of High-speed Reducing Valves to, (235)
  • Whale’s Duplex Valve Gear, 32, 33, 76 Wilkinson, Mr. Christopher N., his Death, (437)
  • Workmen’s Trains, the London County Council’s Work, (209)
  • Zone System of Railway Tickets, Caledonian Railway Company, (437)

Railways, Permanent Way:

  • American, with Steel Longitudinals, 593 Association of Manufacturers of Light Steel Rails, Ring Formed in the United States to be Called, (137)
  • Belgian Exports of, to British Markets, (161). (209), (235), (271)
  • Boston Elevated, Experiments with Manganese, (262)
  • Creeping of the Left-hand Rail, Mr. O’Busse’s Theory Respecting, (365)
  • Creeping of Rails, 590
  • Derby, Belgian Contract for, (169). (209) : Cancelling of, (235)
  • Early Permanent Way at South Kensington. 292, 323
  • Hydraulic Machine for Twisting and Straightening Rails, Crewe Works, 596
  • Leather Railway Ties, (89)
  • Manchester Corporation Tramways, Weight and Sections of, (^5)
  • Manganese Rails to be Tested on the Pennsylvanian, (561)
  • Midland Company’s Latest Type of Permanent Way, (613)
  • Norwegian State Railways Invite Tenders for. (13)
  • Shipped for India from Cardiff, (124)
  • Steel for Holland, Tenders Invited, (389) Nova Scotia, (365) the Pennsylvanian Railway, (39) the United States, Contract Awarded to C. Campbell and Co., Limited, (191)
  • Rail Plant, The Dominion Steel Company of Sydney, Nova Scotia, (315) Timber for Sleepers in America, 12 United States, Annual Consumption of Sleepers, (637)

Railways, Rolling Stock:

  • Armoured Train to Convey General Kuropatkin to the Seat of War, (315)
  • Bangkok Railway Department Calls for Tenders for, (209)
  • British, Imported into Bilbao, (488)
  • Coal Wagons for Central South African Railways, Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 046
  • Coal Wagons, Self-emptying, Featherstone Main Colliery, 340
  • Great Western, Wagons of a New Type, (191) High-speed, 566
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Liverpool and Southport Line, Trial Trip of New Carriages on, (13)
  • London and South-Western, 15-Ton Wagons, (437)
  • Metropolitan, to Carry Six Passengers a Side, (415)
  • Midland Railway’s New Sleeping Cars, (13) Midland, Steel Wagons of a Novel Pattern, (316)
  • Natal Government Railways, Tonnage of Capacity Wagons placed on the, (513), (561) North-Eastern, New Sleeping Cars for, (262) North-Eastern, Petrol Electric Coach on, 420, 421
  • Rhodesia Railway, Agent’s Carriage, 431, 443 ; Medical Officer’s Carriage, 332; Electric Railway and Tramway Carriage Works, Limited, 333
  • South-Eastern Railway Double-bogie Coach, Mr. H. S. Wainwright, 546, 547
  • Steel Axles on the Pennsylvania Railway, 646 Tires Used on Danish Railways, (341) United States Freight Cars Ordered 1904,1903, (463)
  • United States Output, 1903, (114) Weighbridges, Messrs. H. Pooley and Son, Limited, 95
  • RAIYAN Project, Cope Whitehouse on the, 568 Ratchet Brace, Silent, 243
  • Rating of Machinery, The, 306, 328
  • Rating of Tramways and Light Railways, Mr. W. G. Bond on, 143
  • Redwood, Californian, Its Use for Water Pipes and Building Purposes, (89)
  • Refractory Material, Mr. E. L. Reade on, (473) Refrigerating Machinery for the Magazines in Battleships, (161)
  • Refrigerating Work, Mr. Lorenz, (587)
  • Refuse Destructor of the Horsfall Pattern, West Hartlepool, (463)
  • Refuse Destructor, Wolverhampton, (449) Lopairs, 41
  • Research Visit to the National Physical Laboratory, 318
  • Resistance of Plane Surfaces in a Uniform Current of Air, T. E. Stanton, 21
  • Richards, Mr. William, (473)
  • Road Communication in European Russia. A Pressing Need, (60)
  • Improvements in New York State, (114) Locomotive, Colonial Compound, R. Garrett and Sons, Limited, 23 Metal, Handling of, 634
  • Roads for New York State, Sum Appropriated for, (561)
  • Rontgen Rays, Pearls Located in Pearl Oysters by, (463)
  • Rope Driving, Lectures on, (598)

Royal Agricultural Society:

  • Implement Stands, Regrettable Reduction in the Number, (561)
  • Milk-drying Machine, Mr. Jas. R. Hatmaker, ' 632
  • Oil Engine, Thos. Glover and Co,, 632 Prize Sheet for Ensuing Show, (65) Show Opens June 218t, Implement Stands and Entries for, Silver Medals for New Implements, (543)
  • Steam Tractor, Messrs. F. C. Southwell and Co., 632
  • Swath Turner, Messrs. Sergeant and Co., 632 ROYAL Commission on Coal Supplies, 323 London Traffic, (513) Sewage Disposal, 60, 345, 393
  • Royal Corps of Naval Constructors, 500

Royal Institution :

  • Annual Meeting and Election of Officers, 457 Calorimetry, Liquid Hydrogen, Prof. Dewar. 345
  • Carnegie, Dr. Andrew, and Dr. Prank McLean, Their Donations Acknowledged, (596) Elevator Attached to a Stone Breaker, Mr, H. R. Marsden, 633
  • Lectures Arranged for January, (43) May and June Lectures, (524) Members, Election of, (291)
  • Monthly Meetings, General, (144), 400, 500, 596 Morticing Machine, Hand Power, Phythian Engineering Company, Limited, 633
  • Tractors, Light, with Petrol Engines, 632, 633

Royal Meteorological Society;

  • Afternoon Meeting, Capfc. D. W. Barker in the Chair: Effects of a Lightning Stroke at Earl’s Fee, by Rev. C. F. Box, (624)
  • Autumn Mists, The Cause of, Mr. J. B. Cohen (441)
  • India, Variation of the Population Compared with the Variation of Rainfall in the Decen- nium 1891-1901, Mr. W> L. Dallas, 441
  • Royal School of Mines, Annual Dinner, (272)

Royal Society:

  • Conversaziones, 518, 633
  • ROYLES, Limited, Automatic Receiver and Pump, (327)
  • Rule, Slide, Mr. H. M. Baines, 346
  • Russo-Japanese Naval Actions, The, 242
  • SAGGERS to be Used in Bacteriological Filters, (65)
  • St, Helena, Accounts of Gas and Electricity Undertakings at, (587)
  • St, Louis, Engineering Characteristics of, 410, 442
  • Salt Briquettes. Hungary, (365)
  • Economic importance of, and Production, (365)
  • Salt SirThos., (388)
  • Sand Mixer, The Hall, 186
  • Sand Tests made at the Westport School of Mines, New Zealand, (13)
  • Sanitary Engineering in 1903, 5
  • Saniter, Mr. E. H., Presentation to, (624)
  • Santiago, Drainage System and Improved Street Pavement for, (114)
  • Saturday Half-holiday in France, The, (13)
  • Saw Bench, Portable Engine and, A. Ransome and Co., 170
  • Saw, Cold Iron Sawing by Band, 283
  • Schiele Power Hammer, 521
  • Scholarships to be Offered by the Indian Government, (191)
  • Science, Indefinite, 61
  • Scientific Definition, 490, 521, 545
  • Screw Propulsion, The Problem of, by Arthur Rigg, 380, 405
  • Screw Threads, Standard, 344, 346
  • Screws, Standardisation of, 392
  • Sea Coast of the United Kingdom, Changes in the, 12
  • Secret Commissions, 462, 493, 520
  • Seeley, Prof., Geological Excursions to be Conducted by,(365)
  • Sewage Disposal, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Use of Saggers, (65)
  • Royal Commission on, 60, 345, 393
  • at York, Pumping and, Mr. A. D. Creer on, (108)
  • Farms, Paris, 610
  • Problems of New York, (637) Pumping Engine for Chicago, 254, 255 Purification Plant, U.S.A., Aerobic Filter, 398
  • Testing Apparatus, Mr. W. D. Scott- Moncrieff, 167
  • Works, Buxton, (549)
  • Droitwich Town Council, (549) Glasgow, New, 562
  • Leyburn, (463)
  • Sewers in Paris, Size of, and Men Employed in, (613)
  • Sewing Machines Imported into Turkey, (437) Sheffield Trade and Foreign Competition, 169

Shipbuilding:, British, Naval and Mercantile:

  • Armstrong, Whitworth and (99), (114), (137), (147)
  • British and American, 296
  • Brown, John, and Co., Limited, Annual Report, (623)
  • Bulkheads, Longitudinal, Mr. F. H. Alexander, 424
  • Clyde, during 1903, (13); Feb., 1904, (235); Four Months, April, (474); May, 1901, and 1903, 466, (573)
  • Cunarders Ordered from John Brown and Co., (209), and Messrs. Swan, Hunter, and Wigham Richardson,(463)
  • English: Jan., 1902, 1903, (161); Feb., (262); May, (613)
  • Gyroscopic Effect of Fly-wheels on Board Ship, Herr Otto Schlick, 336, 346
  • Iron Masts, 445
  • Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, (114), (402), (415)
  • Mercantile Tonnage in the United Kingdom, 1903, Output of, (114)
  • Model Experiments, Some Results of, R. E. Froude, 471
  • North-east Coast Output, 1903, 1902, (13) Royal Corps of Naval Constructors, (500) Scotch : Jan., 1902, 1903, (161); Feb., (262):
  • May, (613) ’
  • Screw Propulsion, The Problem of, by Arthur Rigg, 380
  • Steel, Vessels Built of. United Kingdom Last Year, (114)
  • Sunderland, (173)
  • Tonnage of Steamers Produced, and Removed from the Register in the Past Year, (39)
  • Vessels Built of Steel, Percentage of the, Launched in the United Kingdom Last Year, (114)
  • Vessels under Construction, End of December, 1903, September, 1903, September, 1901, (114)
  • Total Output of the United Kingdom for 1903 (114)
  • Turbine Steamers Launched in the United Kingdom, 1903—H.M.S. Eden, H.M.S. Amethyst, Yacht Lorena, Channel Steamers Queen and Brighton, (114)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Battleship for Japan, (99), (114), (137), (147), (173); Submarines of the Holland Type, (262)
  • Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Work in Progress for Home and Japan, (549)
  • Warships under Construction in the United Kingdom on December 31st last in Private and Royal Yards, (114)
  • Warships to be Laid Down, Armament of the New, 493
  • Wear Shipyards, Three-quarter Time in, (13)

Shipbuilding: Foreign, Naval, and Mercantile:

  • American, (161), (209), 296, (315)—abo United States
  • American, British and, 296
  • American Lakes, Shipyards, Orders on Hand Last Year and This, (137)
  • American Shipbuilding Company, Cleveland Yard, Launch of the Umbria, (191)
  • Belgian Yards, Gross Tonnage of Ten Steamers Built and Launched from, (119)
  • French Government, New Vessels to be Laid Down by the, (637)
  • German State Examination for Diploma for Naval Architecture or Engineering, (561)
  • German Turbine Steamers, (137)
  • Hamburg-America S.S. Line, Big Twin-screw Passenger Boat, 710ft. long, Ordered bv (488)
  • Italy, “ Battle of the Boilers” in, 10
  • Russian Yards, The New, (13)
  • Shipbuilding: Foreign, Naval, and Mercantile {continued)*.
  • United States, (161), (209)-5fe also American May 1st, 1904, Vessels under
  • Construction, (537)
  • Lorain, Ohio, Steel Steamship, 560ft. long, for the Great Lakes, Built at, (488)
  • Navy, Cost of Fitting the Ships now Building with Submerged Torpedo Tubes, (619)
  • Steel Full-rigged Training Ships Cumberland and Intrepid, (613)

Shipping Accidents, British and Foreign:

  • Breakdowns in the Navy, 47, 63, 117, 146, 190, 194, 217
  • Chinese Cruiser Hai-tien Aground, 441
  • Danish Battleship Tver Huitfeldt Destroyed by Fire, 70
  • French Cruiser Cassard, 337
  • French Cruiser Gambetta, 337
  • Gun Explosion on the United States Battleship Missouri, (402), 439, (463)
  • Haulbowline Dockyard Tug Thistle in Queenstown Harbour, Sinking of the, (587)
  • Petropavlosk, Destruction of the, 392 Ruperra Collision, The, 92
  • Submarine “Al,” 318, 337, 364
  • Traveller, The Special Service Vessel, Prospect of her being Salved, (13)
  • United States Battleship Iowa, (262)
  • Wallaroo, Boiler Explosion on the, (45)

Shipping News, Various, British :

  • Analyses of Steamship Trials, Robert Mansel, 243
  • Archer Homeward Bound, 10
  • Armament of Battleships and Cruisers, (161)
  • Armament of Ships of the Devonshire and the Black Prince Class, 393
  • Basilisk (Composite Sloop) to be Commissioned for Service in Testing Apparatus for Coaling at Sea, (389)
  • Bsllerophon and Temeraire, Alteration of, into
  • Training Ships, (365), 413
  • Boiler Committees, Work of both, 337 British Shipping at Havre, 1903, (613)
  • British Ships Entering Port of Philadelphia, 1903, and Conclusions therefrom, (537)
  • Chatham Dockyard, Sale of Eight Ships formerly in the Royal Navy, (389)
  • Coal Dust Firing, Experiments with, (393) Coaling of the Leviathan at Singapore and the
  • Narcissus at Portsmouth, 337
  • at Sea, Experiments with the Gunboat
  • Basilisk, 493
  • Testing Apparatus for, (389) Cost of Maintaining First-class Battleship, (488) Cross-Channel Traffic on March 31st, (365) Sec also Dockyard Notes
  • Dredgers, Steam, in Use in the Baltic Sea for Digging Amber, (561)
  • Durifiex Packing, Efficiency of Messrs. D. Moseley and Sons’, (99)
  • Hankow, Carrying Trade to. Progressing as regards the United Kingdom only, (488)
  • Hydrographer of the Admiralty, his Report on the Work Done in 1903, (537)
  • See Institution of Naval Architects, Papsrs Read at, 309, 310, 311, 335, 346, 350, 361, 367, 372
  • Karrakatta to be Fitted with Water-tube Boilers, 10
  • Knots per Hour, 64, 97, 118
  • Lloyd’s Register, Addition of Steam and Sailing Tonnage during 1903 to, (235)
  • Lloyd’s Register of British and Foreign Shipping for 1903, Percentage of Tonnage Built for the United Kingdom and for Foreign Countries, (235)
  • Marine Salvage and Wreck Raising, 532
  • Motor Boat Races in Prance, 384, 390
  • Motor Boat Trials, 492
  • Naval Estimates, Debate on the, 393
  • Navy Estimates for 1904-5, 213, 237 ; Engine room Artificers, 283 ; Vessels to be Repaired and Refitted, 283
  • Oil Fuel, Crude, Use of on the s.s. Nebraskan : The Work of Twelve Stokers Done by Three Furnaceman, (537)
  • Prize Firing in the Fleet during 1903, (315)
  • Record Run made by a Steamer, the Engines of which were Packed with Duriflex Packing, (99)
  • Refrigerating Machinery for Battleships, Experiments with, (161)
  • Screw Propulsion, The Problem of, by Arthur Rigg, 380
  • Steam Turbine for Steamships, 217 Steamship Progress in 1903, 6
  • Service to Portugal from Swansea, (573) ’
  • Service between Westminster and Greenwich, (578)
  • Trials, Analyses of, Robert Mansel on the, 243
  • Submarine Depot at Haslar Creek, 493
  • Subsidies given by H.M. Government to Shipping Companies, (341)
  • Suffolk Speed-taking by Log Discussed, 10 Superheating on Steamships, 311
  • Thames s.s. Service between Greenwich and Westminster, (578)
  • Thamess.s. Service, L.C.C., (437)
  • Tonnage of Vessels Entered at Ports in the (191U4S^(61^
  • T.mnago of Vessels. Number and Net Registered, which Entered and Cleared to and from Port of London, 1903, (578)
  • Training of Engine-room Artificers for tbA Royal Navy, (365), 413
  • Vessels on the Register of the United Kingdom, December, 1903, (235) ®

Shipping News, Various, Foreign:

  • Alexandria, Increase in Shipping in 1902. (2351 American Navy Estimates, 228
  • Vessels Entering Port of 1903, 1902, (56), (365), (437)
  • Belgian Government, Turbine Steamer Ordered for the Dover and Ostend Service, (613) Brazilian Navy Re-organisation Bill, (609) See also Dockyard Notes '
  • Emden, Tonnage Visiting Port of, 1903, 1902,
  • French Channel Fleet, Its Composition for the Summer, 393, 445, 493 Navy, Additions to the, (637) Navy, The, and M. Pelletan’s Account of his Stewardship, 317, 358 Northern Squadron, The, 493
  • German Navy, Increase in the Tonnage, of daring 1903, (613)
  • Officers and Ships of, (613)
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Steamers to Run to Australia by the Cape Route, (537)
  • Hamburg-American Line and the Administration of Prussian Railways, Agreement between, which will Shorten the Journey between Berlin and London, (613)
  • Italian Navy, Titles in the, (537)
  • Japanese and Russian Fleets, The, 156, 242 Motor Yacht Race, 261
  • Reduction of Third-class Fares from London and Liverpool to the United States, (537)
  • Rotterdam, Tonnage Visiting Port of, 1903, 1902,(65)
  • Russian Battleships and Cruisers to be Fitted with Spencer-Miller Apparatus, (561)
  • Russian Steamship Line from Black Sea to the United States Given up, (65)
  • Russo-Japanese Naval Actions, The, 184, 242 Submarines, Admiral von Tirpitz on, (513) Toronto, Shipping Returns, (191)
  • United States Navy Department, New, Model Automobile Whitehead Torpedo to be Tried by, (389)
  • Enlisted force of the, (389) Estimates, 228
  • Increase Authorised,(209)

Ships: Battleships, British:

  • Albion, Prize Firing on, (315)
  • Barfleur, (161)
  • Belleisle, Ultimate Fate, (65)
  • Bellerophon Transformed into a Training Ship, 333, 412, (445)
  • Benbow, Prize Firing on, (315)
  • Cajsar, 45
  • Exmouth, 393, 467, 493
  • Goliath, Prize Firing on, (315)
  • Hercules, 337
  • Hindustan, 7, 10, (623)
  • Illustrious, 45
  • King Edward to be Fitted with Stern Submerged Tubes, and to Carry Oil Fuel, 144
  • Magnificent, 45, 622
  • Majestic, 45 ; Prize Firing on, (316)
  • New Zealand Launched, 10
  • Prince George, Prize Firing of, (144)
  • Prince of Wales, Official Gun Mounting Trials, (161); to Replace the Exmouth, (393)
  • Queen, to be Commissioned, (144); Trials Postponed Owing to Defects Discovered, (161)
  • Revenge, 467, 493
  • Swiftsnre (*’.'? Constitucion), 10, 92; Sir E. J. Reed on, 310, 350, 370
  • Temeraire Transformed into a Training Ship, 333, 412, (445)
  • Tendency of Battleship Design, The, 577
  • Three Laid Down at the Dockyards, Machinery for, (114), (144)
  • Triumph («.r Liber tad), 10, 92. 491 ; Sir E. J. Reed on, 310, 350

Ships: Battleships, Foreign:

  • Austrian, Erzherzog Karl {Sirpitlt'wnii, Javyar;i22n(ly 1904), 98, (436)
  • Danish, Iver Huitfelot, 70 (.xerman, Alteration in Construction of, (65)
  • Italian, The Rumoured Ideal, (144) Japanese, Kashima, (493)
  • Katori, (493)
  • Mikasa, (493)
  • Two New Battleships for, to be Built by Vickers, SODS and Maxim, and Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co.. (99). (114), (137), (144), (147), 366
  • Russian, Kniaz Potemkin Tavritchesky, (541)
  • Peresviet, (493)
  • Pobieda, (493)
  • Retvisan, in the Far East, 217, 493
  • Tsarevitch, 217, (493)
  • United States, Idaho, 261
  • Kentucky, (537) Mississippi, 261 Missouri, Gun Explosion, (402), 439
  • Virginia, (437) Three New, their Dimensions, (415)

Ships: Cruisers, British:

  • Antrim, (623)
  • Argyle, 265, 296 Berwick, Bursting of a Boiler Tube, (364) Black Prince, (493), (509)
  • Canada, (599)
  • Charybdis, Prize Firing on, (315) Coastguard, The New Steam, to take the Place of the Sailing, (365)
  • Cornwall, (39), (341), (365), (509) Devonshire, (462), (509)
  • Diamond, (65)
  • Drake, 10, (365), (420) Duke of Edinburgh, (493), 622 Encounter, Use Found for the, 441 Essex, (39), (365)
  • Euryalus (89)
  • Flora, Prize Firing on, (315) Good Hope, Prize Firing on, (315)' High Flyer, (622)
  • Lancaster, (262), (509) Medea, (287), 457, 465
  • Medusa, (151), (365), 467 Roxburgh, Rear-Admiral Wilson at the Launch of, (89), 94
  • St. George, (509)
  • Sapphire. 286, 316, 321
  • Suffolk ,10

Ships: Cruisers, Foreign:

  • French, Cassard Aground, 337 Gambetta, Disaster to, 337, (509'i Jeanne d’Arc, 337 Jules Michelet, (509) Penan, 493
  • ^417’ Defective Ventilation of the, (287)
  • Victor Hugo, 393, 493 The Latest, (144)
  • A New One to be Laid Down at L Orient, (513)
  • Garman, Ersatz Merkur, (144) Hamburg, 70, (144) Lubeck, (311) Prinz Friedrich Karl, 70 Small Turbine, (137) Japanese, Asama, (493^ Iwate, 184
  • Kasuga (e;r Argentine), 70 i Nisshin (e.v Argentine), 70 Yoshino, (541)
  • Russian, Bayan, at Port Arthur, 217 493 Gromoboi, (493) ’
  • Noyik at Port Arthur, 217, 493 TT •* J 217, 466, 493
  • United States, California, (463)
  • Denver, (437)

Torpedo Destroyers, Gunboats, Scouts, Submapines: British:

  • Torpedo-boat Destroyer Bittern, Lieut. R. F. Harrold Sued by Mr. James Piper, (209) ’
  • Eden Pitted with Parsons’ Turbines (114) ; Speed Trials of, (364) Erne, (209), 345 Exe, (364) Ribble, Launch , 0^(315) i
  • Success, (622) i
  • Turbine - propelled, Yarrow and Co., Limited, 372, 374 ,
  • Waveney, (637) n 1 X . Welland, (415) '
  • Gunboat Basilisk, Coaling at Sea Experiments, 493
  • Widgeon, Yarrow and Co.. Limited, (415), 534
  • Scout Sentinel, (351), Skirmisher, (599)
  • Sloop Buzzird, Drill Ship for the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. (488) Cadmus, 270
  • Submarine A Class said to have Done 14 Knots, 10 Experiments mouth, (587) Holland Type,
  • Motor Boats, Petrol, 639
  • Royal Mail Liners, The Parana and the Conway, (474)
  • Steamer, 12,000 - Ton Pour-masted, Launched from Clyde Bank without a Name, Sold to the Cunard Company, (65)
  • Training Ship Exmouth, Messrs. Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, (351)
  • Turbine Steamers, Cunard Company, (209), 614, 622, (623)
  • Turbine Steamer Londonderry, for the Irish Channel, First, William Denny and Brothers, 220, 315, (463)
  • Steamer, Twin-screw, Antrim, for the Cross-Channel Irish Traffic, 220, (315), 359, 559, (623)
  • Turret Deck Steamer, Messrs. Wm. Doxford and Sons, (624)
  • Yacht (Steam), Nirvana, David and Wm. Henderson and Co., Limited, 232, 236, 333

Ships: Mercantile, Passenger, and Various. Foreign:

  • American, Cargo Steamer Umbria Launched, (191)
  • Belgian, Dover-Ostend Service, Three New Turbine Mail Packets for, (287), (415)
  • German, Turbine Passenger Steamer, (137)
  • Motor Boat Races in France, 384, 390 North German Lloyd Steamer Kaiser
  • Wilhelm II., Records Established by, (415). (637)
  • Turkish Yacht Erthogroal, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 71 United States Mercantile Marine, Tonnage Added in 1902- 1903 to the, (637) Mississippi River Steamer, 442
  • Motor Boat Owners, Licensing of Engineers and Pilots, (287)
  • Nebraskan, Use of Crude Od Fuel on, (537)
  • Ohio, Steel Steamship for the Great Lakes, 560ft. Long, (488)
  • SIBERIAN Gold Dredger, Messrs. Lobnitz and Co., 542, 513
  • Side-slip Trials— see Motor Cars and other Vehicles Signal System, Submarine, Prof, Gray and Mr. J. Munday, (161)
  • Silencer for Gas Engines—see Engines, Gas Silica by Hydrogen, Reduction of, (513) Silicon upon Water, M. H. Moissan and F. | Siemens on the Action of, (463) i
  • Silicon in Zinc and Lead, M. H. Moissan on the i Solubility of, (341)
  • Silk Weaving in Lyons, Electric Distribution Scheme for the, (389)
  • Skylight Construction, 593 Slag, The Use of, 640
  • Slide Rule, A New, Mr. H. M. Baines, 346
  • Slide Rule, A Cheap, Mr. A. G. Thornton, (604) Slip in Pumps, Prof. Goodman on, 322 Slipway on the Neva, (561)
  • Small-arms, Rifle Approved in 1903, Whore it is being Made, (287)
  • Smiles, Mr. Sam, 413
  • Smoke Abatement, Sir John Ure Primrose on, (112)
  • Smoke Abatement Society, The Coal, (315) Smokeless Powder Cloth, (513)
  • Smyrna, German and Belgian Trade Competes Favourably with British in, (587)
  • Soaring Plane, The, 544

Society of Arts:

  • Arrangements of Meetings before Easter, 1904. (215)
  • Rating of Tramway and Light Railway Undertakings, Mr. W. G. Bond, 143

Society, Boilermakers’ and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders’:

  • Annual Report, (415)

Society of Chemical Industries (Yorkshire Section):

  • Heat-insulating Media, Note on the Relative Efficiency of Steam Pipe Coverings, S. H. Davies, 547

Society of Civil Engineers, American:

  • Declines Joining the other Three Engineering Associations in Accepting Mr. Carnegie’s Offer, (315)

Society, Coal Smoke Abatement:

  • Meeting at Stafford House, Appointment of Smoke Inspectors, (315)

Society, Coventry Engineering:

  • Steel, High-speed Tool, Mr. J. M. Gledhill, 266

Society of Electro-Chemists, German:

  • Alloys of Lead and Tin, Dr. Sackur, 583 Annual Meeting at Bonn, (364), 535: Papers Read, 583
  • Metallic Calcium by Electrolysis of its Fused Salts, New Method of Preparing, Dr. Rathenau, 583
  • Metals, The Passive State of the, Dr. Muller. 583
  • “Phase Rule” Applied to Mixtures of Iron and Carbon, Prof. Roozeboom, 583
  • Phase Rule and Holotropy, Prof. Ostwald, 583 Ruthenburg Electric Concentrating Process for Iron Ores, Dr, Goldschmidt, 583
  • Slags from Furnace Processes and Operations, Composition, Production, and Utilisation of, Prof, Mathesius, 583
  • Steel, The Hardening of inits Physico-Chemical Aspects, Prof. Heyn, 583

Society of Engineers, Amalgamated:

  • Fifty-third Annual Report, Mr. Geo. N. Barnes, 545
  • Local Reports of the Organising District Delegates and Mr. G. N. Barnes’ Reports, (400)
  • Monthly Report, Unsatisfactory Condition of the Engineering Trade, (74)

Society of Engineers:

  • Visit to Portland Cement Works, (631)
  • Society, Faraday;
  • Alloys of Copper and Arsenic, Mr. Arthur J. Hiorns, 445
  • Cell, Experiments with a New Primary, Mr. E. G. P, Bousfield, 445
  • Electrolysis Thin Film, and a Proposed Application to Printing, Mr. C. R. Darling, 373
  • Electrolytic Analysis of Gold, Dr. F. M. Perkin and Mr. W. C, Prebble, 373
  • Ozone Formed in Electrolytic Reactions, Determining Percentage of, Mr. E. G. P. Bousfield, 445
  • Viscosity, Studies in, Dr. C. E. Fawsitfc, 512
  • Society, German Ironmasters*;
  • Celebration of the Twenty-fifth Year of its Existence, 446
  • Society, Glasgow Philosophical:
  • Forthcoming Lectures, (376)
  • Word Royal” to be Prefixed to its Title, (376)
  • Society, Glasgow University Engineering :
  • Excursion to Germany, Tickets, Programme, 558
  • Steam Turbines for Marine and Land Purposes, Mr. A. A. Wynne, 145
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • Fuel Economy from the Chemical Point of View. J. B. C. Kershaw, 171
  • Society, Manchester Geological and Mining:
  • Coal Cutting by Electricity, Mr. A, J. Tonffe, (74). . ’
  • Electrical Machinery for Pumping, Ventilating, Winding, and Haulage and Coal Cutting, Mr. Maurice Georgi, (270)
  • Society of Mechanical Engineers, American :
  • Designs for New Machine Tools, Mr. John E. Sweet, 49
  • Society, Meteorological:
  • Phenological Observations for 1903, Mr. Mawley’s Report on, (196)

Society, Physical:

  • Presidential Address by Dr. Glazebrook, 219 Dilatometer, Mr. B. Bonnikeen, 272 Measurement of Small Inductances and Capacities, Prof. Fleming on, (365)
  • Microscopic Vision, Theories of, The President on,(167)
  • Pump, Automatic Gas, Mr. C. E. S. Phillips, (4.88) . ’
  • Radium Radiation, Photographic Action of, Mr. S. Skinner on, (114)

Society, Steam Engine Makers:

  • Annual Report, 399
  • Society, Students’ Engineering and Metallurgical:
  • Carburisation of Iron, Mr. T. Swinden, (99)
  • Society, Yorkshire College Engineering, Leeds:
  • Electric Motors and the Driving of Machinery’ Mr. T. Harding Churton, (190)
  • Engines, Rotary, Mr. C. G. Petree, (144)
  • Smoke Nuisance in Calcutta, Mr. Fred. Grover on the, (144)
  • SPEED Limits, 440
  • Spelter in Europe, Increase in Production of,
  • Spirit from Peat, Manufacture of, (537)
  • Sponge Cloth Laundry, Ashford, 420
  • Springs, Coiled, 462
  • Springs, Spiral, the Largest Ever Made in the United States, (463) Steam Maker, Radiant Heat as a, 343
  • Pipe Coverings, 517, 547, 569
  • Pipe Coverings, S. H. Davies, 547
  • Superheated, 42, 118, 283
  • Turbine Discs, 97 Turbines at Sea, 367
  • Turbo Generating Plant, 12, 46, 47, 64 Very High Pressure, 68

Steel;

  • Action of Terrestrial Magnetism upon a Tube of Nickel, (537)
  • American Production of Bessemer, 441
  • Belgian Trade Returns, (161)
  • Castings, Open-hearth, Amount Annually Produced in Scotland and the Cleveland District, (365)
  • Process for Preventing Formation of Blowholes in, (235)
  • Strength of, at Ordinary and Higher Temperatures, 385
  • Chrome-Nickel, Superficial Hardness Acquired by being Tempered, (161)
  • Convention, An International, 418
  • Corporation, The United States, 496 Ferro-Silicon, Change in the Requirements of in the Rhenish-Westphalian Works, (359)
  • German Production, 1903, (365)
  • Heat and, 116
  • Heat Treatment of. Sixth Report of the
  • Alloys Research Committee, 84, 85, 204, 284 High-speed, Disadvantages of, (65)
  • Tool, Mr. J, Gledhill on, 263, 266 ’
  • Tools, 230
  • Turning, Mr. John Miley on, (146)
  • Ideal, 391
  • Ingots, New Method for Increasing the Density “ Invar” (Alloy of Nickel and Iron), (537)
  • Iron and, in the United States, 115
  • Large Massas, Production and Thermal Treatment of Steel in, Mr. Cosmo Jones, 458 Lectures on, by Mr. A, H. Hiorns, (472) Manchaster High-speed Tests, 142, 450 Midlands Firm Decides to Produce its own instead of Importing it from Germany, (89)
  • Mossend Works, Re-opening of, (13)
  • Motion of Gases in Pipes, and Use of Gauges to Determine the Delivery, Mr. Richard Threlfall, 204
  • Paving Streets with, (232)
  • Pickling of Structural, in the United States, (463)
  • Piates, the Largest Ever Made in America. (137)
  • Rails, Exportation from Germany, Marked Decline in, (561)
  • Rapid Cutting Tool, 493, 520
  • Research, 91
  • Rod Rolling Record, Pittsburg Steel Companv (137)
  • Russian Iron and Steel Industry and the War 414 ’
  • Ship Plates, Advance in the Prices of, (235) Styrian, Mr. R. B. Hodgson on, (270), 283 Syndicate, Belgian, 516 Syndicates in Germany, 68. 188, (365). (513) Tests, High-speed, 142, 450
  • Thermal Treatment of, in Large Masses Production and, 545, 569, 586
  • Tools, High-speed, 230
  • Tools, Notes on Tests of Rapld-cuttino'. C. Pendlebury, 331 ®
  • Trades, British and German Iron and, 166 Trade, United States, 265 Trade, Welsh, Serious Condition of, (13) Trust, The, 43 ; Mr. H. Frick to be Managinv Head of, (39) ?’
  • Trust, Gorman, Reduction in the Export
  • Bounty on Hilf-finished Steel, (513)
  • U.S. Steel Corporation’s Plants. Total Pxoduct Returns for Feb. and Jan., 1904, (315) Vanadium in, Hardening Effect of, (463) Water Tank at Milwaukee, The Largest Ever
  • Built for a Private Concern, (637)
  • Works, Erection of New, by Messrs. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., (194) Sheffield, Hadfield, 414
  • Springvale, Improvements Carried Out by Sir Alfred Hickman, (623)
  • STEPHENSON and Co., Limited, Messrs. Robert, Additional Capital Subscribed for, (222)
  • Stephenson, Robert, Tablet t? be Placed on his House in Gloucester-square, (637)
  • Stockport Town Council, Bills against winch it Decides to Petition Parliament, (65)
  • Stokers, Mechanical, Failure of, in India, 10 Stone-working Machinery, Messrs. Brunton and Trier, 592
  • Strawboard Factories in the United States (637)
  • Street Lighting, Results of J. W. Bradley’s. Tests on the Lamps Employed in, (341)
  • Strength of Fiat Surfaces, 590
  • Sugar Machinery, British and American, 6i6
  • Sugar Plant for British West Indies, 134
  • Sulphur, Ignition Points of Molten, M. Moissan on,(13)
  • Sulphur Recovery Process, A New, 10
  • Sulphuric Acid, Russia’s Consumption of, ( i87)
  • Sunderland Municipal Technical College, Sir William Allan Scholarship at, (299)
  • Superheat, 118, 169
  • Superheated Steam, 283 Superheaters, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., 594
  • Superheating on Steamships, 311

Supplements:

  • January Bridge,’ Budapest, The Elizabeth Suspension. April 29th, 1904 '
  • Electrical Mining Machinery (sixteen-page) June 24th, 1904
  • Locomotive Compound Goods, Saxony State Railways, January 29th, 1904
  • Engine Details, Great Western Railway, Mr. G. J. Churchward, Supplements, March Uth. Mav 13th, 1904
  • Express Passenger, Great Northern Railway, January 1st, 1904
  • Four-coupled Express, Great Central, Mr. J. G, Robinson, June 10th, 1904
  • Four-cylinder Compound, Paris Orleans Railway, Soci^t^ Alsa- cienne de Constructions Mecaniques, June 3rd, 1904
  • Proell" Valve Gear, Compound Horizontal I Engine, Easton and Bessemer, Limited. February 19th, 1904
  •  : Water-distiller for Suakin, 350 Tons Sextuple- Effet, Mirrlees Watson Company, Limited. March 4th, 1904

SURREY Roads and Traction Engines of the War Department, (209)

  • Survey of India, Railway Maps, and Tidal Observations, (191)
  • Swath Turner, Sergeant’s, 632
  • Sweden, Forest Land in, and Laws for the Better Preservation of, (315)
  • Swift, Mr. James, (270)
  • Syndicates and Tariffs, European, 566
  • TACHY-TACHEOMETER, Mr. A, F. the,603
  • Talc in California, Novel Attempt to (365)
  • Tapping Machine, Water Main, Mr. Talbot, 371, (587)
  • Tariff Commission, 289. 293, 468, 598, 612, 648
  • and the Iron and Steel Trades, 289, 293
  • and the Engineering and rp J o X Machinery Trades, 468
  • Tariffs and Syndicates, European, 566
  • Technical Civil Service Appointments, 422
  • Technolexicon of the Society of German Engineers; 186

Telegraphy:

  • Berlin Type - printing Telegraph Central Station, 8
  • Mileage of Ocean Cables, (191)
  • Simultaneous Telephoning and Telegraphing, 385
  • Telegraph Directory, (521)
  • Telegraphic Addresses, (300) Underground, (87)
  • Wave Detector, A Novel, Mr. W. Schloe- milch’s, 8
  • Wireless, up the Amazon, (209)
  • England and the Channel Islands, (256)
  • France, (311). (587)
  • Goodwin Sands Lightships to Dover, (65)
  • from Moving Trains, Professor Biscan’s Experiments at Teplitz, (120)
  • Novel Species of (Scientific Notes from Germany), Herr A. Rohmer, 8

Telephony:

  • Canada, Active Development of, (161) German Federal System, Total Capital Cosf of, (561)
  • High Frequency Currents Produced by Means of the Telephone, (398)
  • Liverpool and Paris, (398) London Telephone Exchange, New, (598) Rubber Telephone, (437)
  • Siemens and Halske’s Rubber Telephone, (437) Simultaneous Telegraphing and Telephoning, 385
  • United States Statistics, (637)
  • TEMPERATURE, Underground, especially in Coal Mines, Professor H. Hoefer on, 603
  • How it Affects the Percolation of a Liquid through a Porous Solid, (613) for the Year, Mean, (587)
  • Testing Machine, A Large, Messrs. Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 110
  • Textile Industry of Russia, (114)
  • Textile Machinery, Lancashire, for the St, Louis
  • Exhibition, 259

Tenders:

  • Birmingham, Tame and Rea District Drainage, Tenders Accepted by, (98)
  • Norwegian State Railways Invites, for Steel Permanent Way, (13)
  • Secretary of State for India Invites, for Steam Motor Carriage for Use on an Indian Railway, (437)
  • THAMES, Conference on the Periodical Storm Flooding, (114)
  • Conservancy, The, 634 Conservancy Board, Bills to be Petitioned Against, (161)
  • Deep Water Jetties in the, 190 Theatres in New York, Open Courts to ba Provided Round, (637)
  • Thermal Units, British, (687) Thermit, 169
  • Thermal Storage, 509, 516, (536), 586, 617
  • Thorianite, (365)
  • Thorium, Complex Nature of, (389) Threshers, English, Rivalled by American, (262) Timber, Fire-proofing Process for, 496
  • for Sleepers in America, Supply of, 12 Used in Engineering Structures, Mr. Jas. R. Baterden, (488)
  • Tin Buckets Made in Bilbao District, (482) Tin-plates no longer Imported into Odessa, (311)
  • Tin-plate Milla at Newcastle, Pennsylvania, New, (341)
  • Tin-plates, Exports of, 112
  • Tin, Recovery of, from Tin-plate Scrap in Germany, by the Stannate Process, (13)

Trade:

  • American, with Turkey, Improved by a Direct Line and Cheapened Freights, (463)
  • Board of Trade’s Official Returns for 1903, (65)
  • Commissioner, Mr. Ben. Morgan and the, 517 Dalny and Port Arthur, Consular Report of their Trade, (561)
  • Denmark, Report on the Trade and Shipping of, (137)
  • Egyptian, 61
  • German Machinery Export Trade, Increase in, (537)
  • Germany, Consular Report on, (188) Germany, Total Foreign Trade of, (492) Hankow, British Merchants’ Rivals, Now many in, (488)
  • Marks in Japan, W. Silver Hall on, 283
  • Newchang, Net Value of the Trade of, 1902 and 1903, (587)
  • New York from the United Kingdom, Decrease in the Imports into, (561)
  • Official Records of our Imports and Exports of Iron and Steel, 298
  • Our Export, 297
  • Sheffield, and Foreign Competition, 169
  • Swansea Chamber of Commerce, Annual Report of the Year’s, (137)
  • Switzerland, Absence of the British Commercial Traveller in, Great Demand for Finished Goods in, (499)
  • Tariff Commission and the Iron and Steel, 289, 293

Trade and Business Announcements:

  • 26, 52, 76,100,124, 149, 172, 196, 248, 272, 300, 329, 353, 376, 426, 450, 475, 500, 524, 550, 674, 648
  • TRADE Publications, (222) Union Law, 116, 440
  • United States, 1903, Foreign - office Report on the Trade and Commerce, 1903, (537), (587)
  • Traffic in London, Statistics of, Mr. E. J. Harper on, (287), (315)
  • Train, Geo. Francis, 92

Tramways, Electric and other:

  • Association, Tramways and Light Railways Meeting Postponed, (463)
  • American Pneumatic Sanding Device for Electric Cars, (315)
  • Aston, Alterations at the Witton-lane Depot, (98)
  • Australian, Interference by Overhead Systems with Telephone Lines, (39)
  • Barrow, (173)
  • Bath, (65) Belfast and Co. Down, (488) .
  • Berlin’s, and Fares Charged and Extensions Demanded, (13)
  • Birmingham, (389), (498)
  • Birmingham and Cottndge, New Lines Projected, (449), (599), (623)
  • Blackburn, Estimated Loss on, (488) Board of Trade Returns, (235)
  • Bolton Corporation, Tests of Life-guards on their Cars, (13)
  • Bradford, Gross Receipts, (365)
  • Bristol, (513)
  • Camborne and Redruth, (39)
  • Canary Islands, (488)
  • Chester, (437)
  • Chicago, Municipal Ownership Favoured, (389) ? Crewe, (389)
  • Dresden, Tramcar Deriving Power from Accumulators, (488)
  • Dudley Road and Snow Hill, Loan Applied for, (89)
  • Farnworth, (437) France, Mileage of, (637)
  • Gloucester, (463)
  • King’s Norton, (647)
  • Kingsway Shallow Underground, (209) Lancashire, South, Doubling of Lines, (389) Leeds, (513), (561)
  • Leicester Corporation, Electric Rails for, (550) Life-guards on Tramway Cars, Testing of, (13) Lincoln, (191)
  • Lisbon, (637)
  • Liverpool Cars, The, (365); Steel-tired Wheels of, (389); Speed of, (389); Electrical Energy Used during 1903, (389)
  • Liverpool Corporation, Traffic and Receipts, 1903, (89)
  • London County Council, Blackfriars, Westminster Bridge, and Streatham, (637)
  • Receipts per Car Mile of, (209)
  • Southern Lines, Electrification of, (89), 98
  • Bystem, Extension of the, (537)
  • Tramway Horses, Sale of, (262)
  • London, South, on the Conduit System, Electric Reconstruction of, A. Millar on the, 98 ; Fares on, (488)
  • United, Extensions over Kingston and Hampton Court Bridges, (287)
  • New Line, (365); Successful Appeal against the Assessment of their Lines by the Brentford Union, (385) Manchester Corporation, (235) ; Contribution to the City Rates, (262)
  • Manchester to Liverpool, rM Bolton, (561) Mandalay, (209)
  • Newport Extension, (76)
  • Plough Life-guard, The Efficacy of the, (389) Portobello and Musselburgh, (488)
  • Preston and Blackburn, (287)
  • Preston and Blackburn Bill, (44) Provisional Orders, 1904, 436 Rating of, 143, (175)
  • Salford, (498)
  • Salford, Manchester, Service Interrupted owing to Fire at the Power Station, (89) Scarborough, (485)
  • Seville, (488)
  • Sheffield District, Extensions in the, (51) Torquay, Electrolysis Clause to be Inserted in the Bill, (161)
  • Torquay, Opposed, (415)
  • Tottenham Court-road, Sb. Pancras M.P.’s Against the Bill, (191)
  • Tramways, Electric and other (continued);
  • United Kingdom Progress, Mileage of Line in Service, Increase in 1903, (235)
  • United Kingdom System Municipally Owned, Worked by Companies, Capital Expenditure, Receipts, Traffic, (235)
  • United States, Fort Wayne, Springfield and Decatur Line, Single-phase System, (287) Valencia, (494)
  • Wolverhampton, (437)
  • Yarmouth, (513)
  • Yorkshire, West Riding, Proposed Extensions, (191)
  • TRANSVAAL Kromdraai Conglomerates, Mr. A, R. Sawyer on, 604
  • Trusts in the United States, 290
  • Tunnel under the Elbe, Projected, (488)
  • - Hudson River, (287)
  • - Scheme, Revival of the Channel, (488)
  • - Ventilation of Some Continental, 58, 82, 108, 132
  • - at Woolwich, Proposed Footway, Thames, 635, (637)
  • Turbine Combination, American-German, 140 Steam Developments, 443
  • - Steam Discs, 34, 97, 481, 520, 544
  • - Discs, Steam, Professor Maurice F. Fitzgerald, 481, 544; Frank Foster, 520
  • - Dynamic and Commercial Economy in, R. H.'Smith,- 540, 578, 586, 608
  • - Propulsion, Steam, The Grashof Medal
  • - Conferred on the Pioneers of, Mr. Parsons and M. de Laval, (587)
  • - Pump, The Worthington, Sb. Louis Exhibition, 618
  • Brigade, 617; F. Foster, 520, 569; J. A. S.. 568; R. H. Smith, 643 for Marine and Land Purposes. 146 Most Suitable for Low Falls, Forms of,
  • Alphonse Steiger on, 219 Rateau Steam, 361, 372, (402) Steam, 361, 372, (402), 496, 537, 553 Electric Light Plant, Boston, Edison Electric Illuminating Company, (591)
  • in the United States Navy, The First, (537)
  • Ventilating Machinery for Colliery, Messrs. C. A. Parsons and Co., (573)
  • Steamer for Irish Channel, The First, 220
  • Steamers—see also Shins, Sub-index Terry Steam, The, 496 The Zoelly Steam, 563
  • Steam-Turbo Generating Plant, 12, 46, 47, 64 Turkey, Asiatic, Demand for Knitting Machines, (437)
  • Turkey, Machinery in Demand in, (437)
  • Turner, Mr. Edw. Rush, 182
  • Turning, Modern, 261
  • Tyndall, Mr. George, 141
  • Type-composing and Distributing Machines, The Pulsometer Company’s, 446
  • UNITED States Csnsus Bureau, (600)
  • United States Treasury Note, Dimensions and
  • Strength of, (191)
  • University College, Past and Present Dinner. (248)
  • Uraninite, (365)
  • Uranium in Pitchblende, Occurrence of, (262)
  • Utilitarian Research, 616
  • VALVE, New Deadweight Safety, 636
  • Vehicles, Regulations as to Weight, Use, and Construction, (89)
  • Ventilation of the House of Commons, (262)
  • Ventilation of some Continental Tunnels. 58 82 108, 132 ’ ’
  • Viscosity, Studies in, Dr. C. E. Fawaitt on, 512
  • “ Vivaxo ” Water Gauge, W. H. Bailey and Co.,
  • Voting Machine, United States Patent, (613)
  • WAR Material, 21
  • Ward, Mr. William, Presentation tc, (624) Water Distilling Plant for Egypt, 230 231
  • Gauges, W. H. Bailey and Co , (473)
  • Main Tapping Machine, 320, 371
  • Power Available from Rivers on the North Slopes of the Alps, (39)
  • Power Project, Louisville, (39)
  • Purification by Shock, 643
  • Softening, 23, 48, 72, 190, 217
  • Softeners, Inquiry into the Working of Various Mr. C E. Stromeyer and Mr. W. H. Baron, 23, 48, 72

Water Supply:

  • American Methods, Improvements in, 593 Barcelona, Water Tower for, 641
  • Birmingham, Elan Valley, Annual Report, (537), (561). (599)
  • Blackpool, 587
  • Bradford, Mr. James Watson’s Salary to be Increased,(613)
  • Calcutta, Elevate! Reservoir at Tallah, (537) Derwent Valley Waterworks, The, 393 Discovered near Ebaples in France, and Further Investigations Projected in the Ardennes, (463)
  • Edinburgh, from the Talla, (235)
  • Egypt, Accounts of the Nile Reservoir, (389) Flow of Water over Teddington Weir Daily, February Return. (389)
  • High Peak Water Storage Scheme, (39)
  • High-pressure Fira Protection, Chicago, 509
  • In 1903, 20
  • Lambeth Water Company’s Claim, New Reservoirs said to be Cracking, (89)
  • Liverpool, New Storage Reservoir Opened,. (365) 7'
  • London, Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company’s Business, Figures Relating te the,(114)
  • London Water Companies’ Undertakings, ' Value of, and Awards made by the Arbitrators, (209)
  • Lynton, New Polarite System of Waterworks Opened, (561)
  • Manchester, Estimates of Cost of Proposed New Works, (39)
  • Metropolitan, The London County Council’s Report, (13)
  • Dr. Thorpe’s Report, (65)
  • Question of Appointment of a Chief Engineer, (513)
  • Report of Examiner Appointed under the Metropolis Water Act, (65)
  • Report for December, 1903, (191), March, (509), January, 1904, (262), February, (389) Street Mileage Containing Water-pipes Constantly Charged, (262)
  • Water Board, Debenture Stocks to be Transferred to the Board, (415)
  • Midland Counties, Derwent Valley Reservoirs, (437)
  • Milford, U.S.A., Armoured Concrete Water Tower, 548
  • Milwaukee, W. Allis’ Works, Large Steel Tank under Construction, (637)
  • Newport Waterworks, The, 560, (574)
  • New South Wales, Artesian Supply, (89)
  • Provisional Orders, 1904, 436
  • Pumping Engine, Danville, United States, 593 Rangoon, (89)
  • Retrospect, 20
  • St. Louis, Waterworks at, 477
  • Softening of Water, Mr. C. E. Stromeyer and Mr. W. B. Baron, 23, 48, 72
  • Somali Campaign, (47)
  • Springfield, Mass., (415)
  • United States, Hibbing, Minn., (613)
  • New "^’ork Aqueduct, Tests to Ascertain the Slip of the Pumps, (415)
  • New York City, and Consumption per Head, (39)
  • New York, Meters Advocated, Frost a Difficulty, (637)
  • West Philadelphia, Consumption and Supply, (89)
  • Water Main Tapping Machine, 320, 371 Waterworks Extensions at Gainsborough, 324
  • WATFORD’S Dust Destructor, (415)
  • Watt, James, Memorial to, (157)
  • Weston, Mr. William, and Dockyard Chemistry, 134
  • Wheatley Kirk, Price and Co. Return Thanks for Sympathy on Occasion of Mr. S. Sherley- Price’s Death, (437)
  • Whitelead Combination, German, (606)
  • Winding Engine Problem—se*’ Engines Gear, Safety, Mr. T. C. Futer’s, 604
  • Prevention of Accidents in, Mr. J. IL Merivale on, 604
  • Wind Pressure, 567
  • Wire Rope Haulage, Speed of, (537)
  • Wire Rope Made by the Ancients, (608)
  • Witton Ammunition Works, The, 493
  • Wolverhampton Refuse Destructor, 449
  • Wood Pulp Pollution of Streams, United States Geological Survey, 635
  • Worcester Drainage Scheme, (513)
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act, Five Years of the, 485
  • YORKSHIRE Coalowners and the Swedish State Railway Contracts, (208)
  • Yorkshire Miners, The, (641)
  • Zinc Mining in North Wales, 38
  • Soft, Method of Producing. (365)
  • Treated with Aluminium, (513)

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