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MAAS, Norman Nathan, Major, B.Sc. (Eng.), A.C.G.I., M.I.N.A., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.S., Naval Arch.; Partner in Firm, A. T. Wall, Maas and Co., Liverpool, Cons. Naval Archs. and Engrs.; b. 1885. Ed. University College School; City and Guilds Central Technical College; Royal Naval College, Greenwich. Training: Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Ltd., Barrow-in-Furness. Career: 1909-14—Asst. Shipyard Manager, Vickers, Ltd., Barrow-in-Furness; 1914-19—Served with the Lancashire and Cheshire R.G.A. (T.) on Mersey Coast Defences in command of batteries, and commanded a Siege Battery, R.G.A., France and Belgium; Mentioned in Dispatches; '2T 1919-2I—Asst. Shipyard Manager, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., Dalmuir. Club: Junior Army and Navy. Address: To, Christchurch Road, Claughton, Birkenhead.

MACARTNEY, William Allan, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Burgh Engineer, Dumbarton, Burgh Buildings, Dumbarton, Scotland. T.N.: 15 t. b.1883. Ed. Dunoon Grammar School and Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Trained in the office of the Burgh and Water Engineer, Dunoon, and became Assistant Engineer; Assistant in office of Burgh Engineer, Partick; Deputy Burgh Surveyor, Partick; Burgh Surveyor and Sanitary Inspector, Johnstone; Burgh Engineer, Dumbarton (t 919). Chief Works: General engineering works connected with streets, sewers, water supplies, esplanades, harbours, etc.; building works of all kinds, including housing and town planning schemes. Lecturer in Municipal Engineering and Town Planning, Royal Technical College, Glasgow.

MACBRAYNE, Laurence, M.A., O.B.E., A.I.N.A., M.I.E.S. (Member of Council); b. 1866. Ed. Chelt. College and Pem. College, Camb. Club: U.U. Address: i t, Park Circus Place, Glasgow.

MACCALL, William Tolme, M.Sc., M.I.E.E., Elec. Eng. (Teacher); Head of Dept. of Elec. Eng., The Technical College, Sunderland; b. 1878; s. of William Neil Maccall, M.D. Ed. Sedbergh. Training: The Owens College, Manchester. Distinctions: B.Sc. (Ist Class Hon.); Victoria University School Publ.: " C.C. Electrical Engineering." Address: The Technical College, Sunderland. T. N.: Sunderland 959

MacCALLUM, Andrew Humphry Salwey, Major, B.Sc. (Lond.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Superintending Engr., Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.; b. 1879; s. of Andrew MacCallum (the Landscape Painter). Ed. Worthing. Training: Finsbury Technical College App. with Edison and Swan; on staff of Spagnoletti and Crookes, Crompton's and Marconi's; served in S. Af. War (Paget's Horse); in European War, Wireless Officer, R.N.V.R. and R.F.C.; Head of Section in Technical Dept., Air Ministry, during last two years of War. Clubs: Royal Automobile, Sonning Golf. Address: Hillcroft, St. Peter's Hill, Caversham. T. N.: Reading 429.

McCANCE, Andrew, D.Sc., A.R.S.M., F.Inst.P., M. Faraday Soc. M.I. and S.I., M.Inst. Met., M.I.A.E., V.-Pres. Glasgow and West of Scotland I. and S.I., V.-Pres. Ceramic Soc., Metallurgist; Man. Dir., Clyde Alloy Steel Co., Ltd.; b. 1889; s. of J. McCance. Ed. Morrison's Academy (Crieff), Allan Glen's School (Glasgow). Training: Royal School of Mines; London University. Papers read before above Technical Socs. Address: 63, Lauderdale Gardens, Glasgow. T. A.: " Clydall, Motherwell." T. N.: 343 Motherwell.

McCARTHY, Edward Thomas, M.Inst.M.M. (Member of Council), io-i i, Austin Friars, London, E.C.2.

McCARTHY, Patrick Harnett, M.A., B.A.I., P.-Pres. Inst.C.E.I., F.R.San.I., Cons. Engr. and Surveyor, Bray U.D.C.; b. 1868; s. of Patrick McCarthy. Ed. Trinity College, Dublin. Training: Eng. School, T.C.D. Engineering Work: Sewerage and Sewage Disposal at Howth, Terenure, Foxrock, Stillorgan 21'2' and District, Dundrum and District, Dodder Valley Outfall Sewer, Tillystown, Mullingar and Kilkee, Malahide and Rathfreland Waterworks, Queenstown Waterworks Extensions and Improvements, and numerous Extensions to many Sewage and Water Works throughout the Country. Publ.: " Maximum Flow of Water on Sewers," " Howth Sewerage," read before Inst. of Civil Engrs. of Ireland; Presidential Address to Inst. of Civil Engrs. of Ireland. Address: 39, Westmoreland Street, Dublin. T. A.: Dublin 1395

McCARTHY-JONES, Christopher Howell, M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., Cons. Elec. Engr.; b. 1876; s. of Thomas McCarthy-Jones. Ed. University College School, London. Training: Central Technical College, S. Kensington. 1896—Entered shops of the Electric Construction Co., Wolverhampton; 1901—Chief Asst. Engr., Reigate Corporation Electricity Works; Engr. to Lake Copais Co.; carried out HydroElectric Power Scheme and Pumping Installation in Greece; 1902—Joined the Eng. Staff of the British Thomson-Houston Co., Rugby; 1909—Went to India as Engr. and Manager for the British ThomsonHouston Co. and the General Electric Co. of New York; I919—Cons. Engr., specializing in HydroElectric Projects and the application of Electricity to the Operation of Oil Fields. Address: 2, Broad Street Place, London, E.C.2. T. N.: London Wall 4998.

McCLEAN, W. N., Captain R.E. (ret.), M.A., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Docks, Harbours, Rivem, Water Power, Railway Construction, I, Onslow Gardens, London, S.W. T. N.: 6045 Kensington. b. 1874; second s. of F. McClean, F.R.S., M.Inst.C.E. Ed. Rugby; First Class Mechanical Sciences Tripos, Cambridge University, 1895. Apprenticed to Sir J. Wolfe Barry and H. M. Brunel, 1805-9. Four years pupil with Barry and Brunel, London office, 1895-6; construction Barry Docks and Railways, 1896-8. Middlesbrough Docks, 1898-9. 1900-2 —Lieutenant, Railway Pioneer Regiment, South Africa, reconstruction of bridges. 1903-7—Assistant Engineer, Bristol Docks Committee, construction Avon mouth Docks. 1907-I 5—Consulting Engineer, own practice, Wimbledon and Sutton Railway, Mold and Denbigh Railway, Newport Harbour Commissioners, etc. 1915-16—Civil Engineer, Eastern Command, construction of London Defence Works. Publications: Two papers on Dock construction and one paper on Construction of Military Trenches. Member of St. Stephen's and New University Clubs. War Services.-1916-19—Lieutenant and Captain, Royal Engineers; Field Engineer, 15th, 9th and Australian Corps.

McCLELLAND, William, O.B.E., M.I.E.E., A.Amer.I.E.E., Director of Elec. Eng., Admiralty. b. 1873. Ed. and Training: College of Technology and Owens College, Manchester. Career: 1893-1901 —Manchester Corporation Electricity Works; 1901-3 —Principal Asst., C. H. Wordingham, M.I.C.E., etc.; 1903-6—Asst. Elec. Engr., Admiralty; 1906-18— Elec. Asst. to Director of Dockyards, Admiralty; since 1919—Director of Elec. Eng.; Principal Elec. Adviser to Board of Admiralty; responsible for designs and equipment of Elec. Installations on all H.M. Ships; served on many important Defence Ctees., B.E.S. Ctees., and responsible for repair of elec. installations in all H.M. Ships during the War; also for Elec. Equipment for many Naval Bases and 22 Emergency Dockyards. Club: St. Stephen's, S.W.I. Addresses: Admiralty, London, S.W.i, or 62, York Mansions, S.W.II. T. A.: " Brittelect, London."

McCOLLIN, James, M.I.Mar.E., M.L.F.A., Manager, Kingsland Eng. Works; b. 1883; s. of J. McCollin. Ed. East London Technical Inst. Training: City Academy (Battles). 1st Class B.O.T. Cert. Address: 21, Undercliff Road, Lewisham, S.E. T. N.: London Wall 7232.

MACCORMAC, Robert Sides, A.M.I.Mech.E., Automobile Engineer, 2, Hatfield House, Great Titchfield Street, London, W.I. b. 1876; younger s. of William MacCormac, The Old House, Banbridge, Ireland; m. Inthea Pitzipios, d. of Stephano Demetrius Pitzipios, London. Ed. at Ranelagh School, Athlone. and Academical Institution, Banbridge. Owner of the Iveagh Engineering Works, Banbridge, 1902-4. Practising in London as Consulting Automobile Engineer, 1904-18. Inventor of the MacCormac Aeroplane, exhibited at the Cordingly Show, Agricultural Hall, April, 1906. Manager of " Daily Sketch " and " Evening Standard " Garage. T. N.: Museum 4368. War Services.—Served through the Boer War, South Africa, 1899-1901, in the 7th Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry. Severely wounded. Queen's medal with three clasps. In the Great War, Lieutenant in the Royal Air Force, as officer in charge of mechanical transport.

McCOSH, Andrew K., Member of Council, I.Min.E., Roshsoles, Airdrie.

McDERMOTT, Walter, P.-Pres. Inst.M.M., late Man. Dir. of Fraser and Chalmers, Ltd., English Eng. Works; Governor of the Imperial College of Sc. and Technology; 'b. 1851; s. of Edward McDermott. Training: Yorkshire Iron Min. and Smelting Plant. Analytical Chemist at Ironworks, Yorkshire; Assayer and Explorer, Silver Islet Mine, Lake Superior; Joint Inventor, with W. B. Frue, of Frue Vanning Machine; examining Mines and Processes through the Western States of Amer.; Manager of Gold Mines in Montana; built and operated Ore-testing Works in New York City; Agent in London for Fraser and Chalmers, of Chicago. Publ.: " Treatment of Gold Ores," " Mining and Mining Investments "; many papers in Transactions of Inst. of Mining and Metallurgy. Clubs: Bath, Ranelagh, City Carlton, Mining and Metallurgical. Address: Moorgate Hall, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Levelling, London." T. N.: 1024 London Wall.

MACDONALD, A., Supt. Engr. to Commonwealth and Dominion Line, Ltd., 9-II, Fenchurch Avenue, E.C.3.

MACDONALD, Arthur C., Lieut.-Colonel, D.S.O., M.Inst.C.E., M.Can.Soc.C.E., F.R.G.S., Civil Engineer, 54, New Broad Street, E.C.2. T. A.: " Empiricism, London." T. N.: 2060-2062 Wall. b. 1863. Training: Royal Military College of Canada. Assistant Engineer, Intercolonial Railway of Canada, Construction Department, and Croton Aqueduct, New York, 1886; Resident Engineer, East Georgia and Florida Railway, 1886; Acting Chief Engineer, American Dredging Co., Panama Canal, 1887-8; Construction Chilian State Railways, 1888-92; private practice, 1892-6; Aguas Blancas Railway, 1896-1900; Chief Engineer, Borax Consolidated, Ltd., 1900-5; Contracting, 1905-14; Royal Engineers, 1914-19; Governing Director, Macdonald, Gibbs and Co. (Engrs.), Ltd. Chief Works: Construction highest railway in world, 15,823 feet above sea, Collahuasi Mines, Chile; water supply, 17,000 ft. to 5,0o0 ft. above sea, 202 kilometres, for Antofagasta and Bolivia Railway Co.; Chilian Northern Railway, 754 kilometres. Clubs: Bath, City of London, Ranelagh, etc. War Services.—Captain, Royal Engineers, July, 1915; Lieut.-Colonel, September, 1915. Director of Works, British Adriatic Mission in Serbian Retreat through Albania; D.S.O. and Serbian White Eagle, Deputy Assistant Director of Works, War Office, 1918.

MACDONALD, David Ross, Col., M.I.N.A., V.-Pres. N.E.C. Inst., General Manager, Wood, Skinner and Co., Ltd., Shipbuilders. Ed. and Training: Dumbarton Academy and Glasgow University. Pupil with William Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton; joined Staff of Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth (then Mitchell) and Co., Ltd., Newcastle-on-Tyne, becoming Chief Designer, Yard Manager and General Manager of their Walker Shipyard; 1920—General Manager, Wood, Skinner and Co.; large experience in the design and construction of all classes of Steamers, including Icebreakers, Railway Ferries, Tankers, etc. Active Member of Tyne Shipbuilders' Assoc. and Shipbuilding Federation; Commission in Volunteer Force, 1897. Commanded the 5th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers (T.F.) at outbreak of War; now Hon. Col. of the 5th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. Address: The Cedars, Osborne Road, Newcastleon-Tyne. T. N.: Jesmond 657.

McDONALD, George Champion, M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engr. and Loco. Supt., Cambrian Railways. Co.; b. 1867; s. of the late A. H. McDonald, M.I.C.E., Bristol. Ed. Blundell's School, Devonshire. Pupil to late C. S. Wilson. Asst. New Works Dept., Midland Railway; Res. Engr. on many new Lines and Works; 1904—Chief Engr., Cambrian Railways. Co.; 1919—also Loco. Supt. Address: Cambrian Railways., Oswestry, Salop. T. _A.: " McDonald, Cam., Oswestry." T. N.: 19 Oswestry.

MACDONALD, Sir Murdoch, K.C.M.G., M.Inst.C.E., Public Works Ministry, Cairo, Egypt.

MACDONALD, Robert Cowan, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.S., M.Inst.S., M.Inst.Gas E., Chief Mech. Engr., South Metropolitan Gas Co.; b. 1875. Training: Glasgow and West of Scot. Technical College App. with Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., Glasgow; charge of Section of Drawing Office and Erection of Hydraulic and other Machinery; 1902-3—Asst. Mngr., Glasgow Tube Works; 1903-I I—Res. Agent for Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., on Structural Work, including Workshops, Cranes, Dock Gates, Bridges, etc.; Chief Works: Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland, and Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge; 1911-16— Works Mngr. for Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd. Address: South Metropolitan Gas Co., 709, Old Kent Road, S.E.15. T. A.: "Metrogas." T. N.: New Cross 2000.

MACDONALD, William Richard, A.M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., Cons. Engr.; b. 1875; s. of Sir John Macdonald, K.C.B., F.R.S., R.N. Ed. Royal Naval School, New Cross. Training: King's College, London, and Willans and Robinsons, Ltd., Engrs. Diploma, King's College, for Eng. and Metallurgy. Inventions: The Submersible Electric Motor; an elec. apparatus for detecting Submarines, used in the late War. Club: Royal Corinthian Yacht. Address: 87, Victoria Street, London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Submaclon, Vic." T. N.: Victoria 7026.

MACDONNELL, A. C., Colonel, late R.E., F.R.G.S., Associate I.E.E., Military Engineer, Rossmore, Fleet, Hants; b. '855. Connected with military fortification surveying. Publications: " The Outlines of Military Geography " (Hugh Rees, 1911). Club: United Service. War Services.—Assistant Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force, 1879; Assistant Field Engineer, Rumpa Field Force, 1879-80; Assistant Field Engineer Suakin Field Force, 1885. Served in Great War 4 t years; France, 1915-16-17; C. R.E., 34th Division; mentioned in Dispatches, January I, 1917.

McDOUALL, Alan Patrick, A.C.G.I., A.M. I.E.E., Chief Engr., The Notting Hill Electric Lighting Co., Ltd., since 1913; b. 1872; s. of Rev. W. S. McDouall. Ed. Grosvenor School, Twickenham, and Ostend. Training: Central Inst., S. Kensington, 1889-92. With Corporation Electricity Works, Hull, 1893-5; Bradford Electricity Works, 1895-7 Notting Hill Electric Lighting Co. since 1897. Address: 31, Upper Addison Gdns., W.14. T. N.: Park 1653.

McDOUGALD, Leslie Alfred, Flight-Lieutenant, R.A.F, A.0. G.I D.C., Electrical Engineer, Norheads Nest, Biggin Hill, Kent. T. A.: " Wireless, Biggin Hill." T. N.: Bromley 1960. b. 1890; s. of Alfred McDougald of Phoenix Assurance Co.; m. L. M. Wynn, June 17, 1916. Ed. School, Montreal, Canada; College, University of London. City and Guilds (Engineering) College, 1909-12; Imperial College of Science and Technology, 1912-3. Private Tutorial Duties, 1913-4. Chief Works: Development of aircraft wireless telephony (see paper read by Major C. E. Prince before Institution of Electrical Engineers on February 18, 1920). War Services.—Radiographer for French Red Cross Hospital, 1914-5; awarded Diploma of Croix Rouge Francaise; joined Royal Flying Corps, July, 1915, as 2nd-Lieutenant; promoted Lieutenant 1916 and Captain January, 1917; engaged throughout in wireless research, chiefly as regards the development of the wireless telephone for use in aircraft; short service commission Royal Air Force, September, 1919.

McDOUGALL, Alfred, M.B.E., A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., Electrical Engineer, c/o Delhi Tramways Co., Ltd., Delhi, India, and Morland, near Penrith, England. T. A.: " Tramways, Delhi." b. 1887; s. of T. R. McDougall of Newcastle-on-Tyne; m. to E. M. Webster, youngest d. of H. F. Webster of Darlington, in 1916. Ed. Rutherford College and Durham University College of Science. Trained at Mansfield, Gibson and Co., Newcastle, and at A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., Hebburn-onTyne. To the outbreak of war with* the North Eastern Railway Co., in Chief Mechanical Engineer's Electrical Department, at Tyne Dock, Gateshead, Middlesbrough, and Darlington districts. Responsible for the practical side of the Dock Power Supply and distribution at Middlesbrough Docks, 1912-13. Now Superintendent of mains, meters and overhead tramway equipment departments of the Delhi Tramways and Electric Lighting Co., Ltd. Member of the Delhi Club, India. War Services.-1914-16—with Submarine Miners, mine laying and maintaining D.P.F. stations. 1916-17—Lieutenant in Royal Engineers, engaged erecting anti-aircraft plant. 1917-19—appointed Technical Adviser on anti-aircraft work to the A. A. D.C., Edinburgh.

MACE, Charles Frederick Luckman, Metallurgist; Man. Dir., Hall and Pickles, Ltd., Manchester and Sheffield; Director, Brooke Tool Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Birmingham; b. 1875; s. of Thomas Kemp Mace. Ed. King Edward's School, Birmingham. Training: Birmingham Technical School Clubs: Royal Automobile; Reform, Manchester; County, Coventry, etc. Address: Daisyfield, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. T. A.: "Mace, Alderley Edge." T. N.: 127 Alderley Edge.

MACENTEE, Sean, M.P., Consulting Electrical Engineer, 89, King Street, Belfast; b. 1889. Ed. Privately, St. Malachy's College and the Municipal Technical College, Belfast. Great Northern Railway Co., Ireland; Belfast Electricity Department. SubStation Attendant, Engineer-in-Charge Belfast Electricity Department, 1911-14; Assistant Chief Engineer, Dundalk Electricity Works, 1914-16; Consulting and other practice since. Chief Works: Ennis Electricity Supply, Athy Electricity Supply, and others.

McEVOY, James, B.A.(Sc.), •M.Inst.M.M., M.Cam Inst.M.M., M.E.I.0., Cons. Min. Engr. and Geologist; b. 1862; s. of James McEvoy. Ed. and Training: McGill University. Sixteen years Geological Surveys of Canada; 7 years Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., including 2 years as Chief Engr. and Gen. Supt. of Morrissey Fernie and Michel Railway; last 12 years, Development Work on Properties and reporting on Properties in Canada, United States, Mexico and South Amer. Club: Engineers', Toronto. Address: 77, Toronto Arcade, Yonge Street. Toronto, Ont. T. N.: Main 1889.

MACFARLANE, Walter, F.0 P.-Pres., Staffs. I. and S.I., Fuel Technologist, Metallurgist Principal of County Technical (Metallurgical and Eng.) College, Wednesbury, Staffs.; s. of Hugh Macfarlane. Ed. St. Matthew's School, Glasgow, and privately. Training: Andersons College and Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Bursar in Technical Chemistry. Six years on. Technical Staff, Monk Bridge Ironworks, Leeds; 8 years Chief Chemist and Siemens' Steel Mngr., Glengavnock Iron and Steel Works. Hon. Member, West of Scotland Iron and Steel Inst.; P.-Pres., Staffs. I. and S. Inst.; P.-Pres., Staffs. Metallurgical Old Boys' Assoc. Publ.: "Principles and Practice of Iron and Steel Manufacture " (Longmans). Address: Kelvin, Wednesbury.

McGEOCH, William, A.M.I.E.E., M.Inst. Met., Manufacturing Electrical Engineer, Selwyn. Lodge, Solihull, Warwickshire. T. A.: "McGeoch, Birmingham." T. N.: Birmingham—Victoria 77 (works); Solihull 58 (private). b. 1868; s. of late William McGeoch, Chairman, William McGeoch and Co., Ltd.; m. 1894. Ed. Glasgow High School; West of Scotland Technical College, Glasgow; Midland Institute; also School of Art, Birmingham. Practical work in workshops of Glasgow brass-founder. Also in sheet metal works; drawing office and various. workshops, Warwick Works, Birmingham. Has superintended manufacture of electrical and other gear for largest warships and merchant vessels; also electrical work for collieries, public buildings, works, etc. Member of Council, Brassfounders Employers' Association, Birmingham. War Services.—Superintended, under Admiralty control, manufacture of electrical apparatus.

McGILL, Thomas, A.M.I.Mech.E., Structural Engineer, 37, Isabella Street, Old Trafford, Manchester. Ed. at E.C. Normal School and the Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Served apprenticeship with A. and J. Main and Co., Ltd., structural engineers, Clydesdale Ironworks, Glasgow, and has held positions on the Technical Staff of The Clyde Structural Iron Co., Ltd., Scotstoun, Renfrew, and E. Wood and Co., Ltd., Structural Engineers, Manchester. Specialist in the design and construction of Engineering Workshops, Factories and Industrial Buildings; Lecturer in Structural Drawing and Design at The Municipal College of Technology, Manchester, since 1913; Engineer-Representative (Lancashire and Yorkshire) for James Allan, Senr., and Son, Ltd., Constructional Engineers, Elmbank Foundry, Glasgow. Publications: Contributions to technical journals.

McGLASHAN, George Duncan, M.Inst.C.E., Civil (Consulting) Engineer, 3, St. Nicholas Buildings, Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. N.: Central 536, Newcastle. Pupilage served with (the late) John Thompson, C.E., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Mechanical training in the workshops of J. and G. Joicey, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Seven years assistant with Sandeman and Moncrieff, M.M.Inst.C.E., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Engaged on the construction of bridges, graving docks, quay and other river work. 19o5-19 --Resident Engineer to the Blyth Harbour Commissioners. Carried out harbour improvement works, including a tidal basin, coal shipping staiths, deep water quays, extensive rockbreaking and dredging operations. Now Consulting Engineer. Publications: Contributed two papers to the Institution of Civil Engineers, viz.: " Subaqueous Rock Removal " and " Dredging and Dredging Appliances," receiving for the former the Manby Premium. War Services.—Major (Royal Engineers); Dock Engineer at Rouen and other ports in the south of France.

MACGLASHAN, John, M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engr., Port Commission, Calcutta, India.

MACGREGOR, James, Lt.-Col. late R.E., C.M.G., M.I.N.A., M.I.Mech.E.., M.I.Mar.E., Mar. Engr.; Director, Crichton, Thompson and Co., Ltd.; b. 1877; s. of John MacGregor. Ed. Allen Glens School, Glasgow. Training: Technical College, Glasgow. App. Hyde Park Loco. Works, Glasgow; Seagoing, Cons., Mar. Eng., Commission R.E., 1915; Officer-in-Charge, Shipbuilding Section, War Office, 1915-17; Officer Commanding Small Craft Section under Deputy Controller, Merchant and Auxiliary Shipbuilding, Admiralty, 1917; Chief Inspector, Merchant and Auxiliary Shipbuilding, Admiralty, 1917; Controller, Shipbuilding and Repairing, India, 1917-19. Address: 17-19, Cockspur Street, London, S.W.I. T. A.: "Shipatco, London." T. N.: Gerrard 6628.

MACGREGOR, James, Chemical Engr.; Joint Man. Dir. of George Scott and Son (London), Ltd., and 2 Ernest Scott and Co., Ltd., since 1901; b. 1878; s. of Alexander MacGregor. Ed. Heversham Grammar School, Westmoreland. Training: The Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Club: Chemical Industry, Whitehall Court, London. Address: c/o Ernest Scott and Co., Ltd., 19, Waterloo Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Niobate, Glasgow." T. N.: 368o Central, Glasgow.

MACGREGOR, Robert, M.N.E.C.Inst., Man. Dir., Dibles (1918), Ltd., Southampton; b. 1873; s. of James MacGregor, of Morven, Argyllshire. Ed. Jarrow. Training: Jarrow (Palmers). Queen's Prize, Naval Arch., 1893. Designed and built several Patent Side Tank Colliers for Fleet coaling purposes; designed large number of Cargo and Passenger Steamers. Address: Sutherland House, Cumberland Place, Southampton. T. A.: " c/o Dibles, Southampton." T. N.: 186 Southampton.

MACGREGOR, William Duncan, M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer (Telegraphs and Telephones), c/o Director-General of Posts and Telegraphs, Calcutta. Ed. George Heriot's School and Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh. Appointed to Indian Telegraph Department as Assistant Superintendent in 1900. Now Deputy Chief Engineer, Indian Telegraphs.

MACGREGOR-MORRIS, John Turner, M.I.E.E., Prof. of Elec. Eng., East London College, Mile End Road, E. With Mr. A. F. Sykes carried out an extensive set of experiments on submarine detection, with the co-operation of the Admiralty; these experiments resulted in the production of a directional Hydrophone, which was taken up by the Admiralty and used in large numbers during the War. Address: 3, Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead, N.W.

MacGUCKIN, Charles J. Graham, C.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., F.R.S.A., M.I. and S.I., Works Director, South House, Grainger Park Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. N.: 300 8 Central, Newcastle. b. 1884; s. of Neal MacGuckin, J.P., of Londonderry, and Emily, d. of Charles J. Diamond, M.D., M.R.C.S., physician, Antrim. Ed. at Dundalk College. Apprenticed to Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. Assistant Manager, i 9c 6-14; Assistant General Manager, 1915; General Manager, Gun Ammunition Department, Elswick Works. One of the largest individual controls during the war in " Munitions." Works Director, 1917. Member of the Junior Carlton Club.

McGUFFIE, Harold Alexander, M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., Consulting Engineer, 163, Hope Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Consultus, Glasgow." T. N.: Central 8978. Partner in Stevenson and McGuffie, consulting engineers, Glasgow. Past President, West of Scotland Branch of the Association of Mining Electrical Engineers. Member of Conservative Club, Glasgow; R.N. and R.C. Yacht Clubs, Clyde. War Services.—Firm engaged by Coal Control as District Engineers.

McINNES, Charles Frederick, M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 35, Portland Road, Gravesend. T. N.: 1 Gravesend. b. 1872. Ed. Wyggeston School, Leicester; Battersea Polytechnic, London; H. J. Ellery, engineer, Leicester, also Gent and Co., electrical engineers, Leicester. Career: Manager, Calvert and Co., engineers, Manchester; Chief Engineer and Manager, Llanrwst Electricity Supply Co.; Chief Engineer and Manager, Rhyl Urban District Council; Borough Electrical Engineer, Gravesend. Chief Works: Erected public supply stations at Llanrwst, Rhyl and Gravesend; dust destructors at Rhyl and Gravesend, etc., and many large power plants for public and other works. War Services.—Captain, Kent R.A.S.C., M.T. (V.); District Engineer for the Board of Trade Coal Mines Department.

MACINTOSH, Donald Roderick, M.I. Mech.E., Chief Inspector of Steam Boilers and Prime Movers, Town Custom House, Bombay.

MACINTYRE, John A., O.B.E., B.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, 27, Hindes Road, Harrow, Middlesex: b. 1881. Ed. Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh; Edinburgh University, and Graduated B.Sc. (Eng.), London University. Training: West End Engine Works, Edinburgh, and D. Bruce Peebles and Co., Edinburgh. Now with Engineering Division, H.M. Office of Works. War Services.—In charge of design and erection of engineering plant in various national shell filling factories and other work connected with munitions.

MACKAY, Alexander, M.I.Mech.E., Chief Engr., Longton Gas Offices, Longton, Stoke-onTrent.

MACKAY, Henry Martyn, B.A., B.Sc., M.Arner.Soc.0.E., M.Can.Soc.C.E., Prof. of C. E., McGill University, since 1908. Address: II, Lorne Avenue, Montreal. T. N.: Uptown 2263.

McKAY, Robert Thomas, M.Inst.C.E., Commonwealth Engr. for Wheat Storage, Rialto Collins Street, Melbourne.

McKAY, Thomas George, M.I.N.A., M.I. Mar.E., Mar. Engr.; Man. Dir., British Arc Welding Co. (Mersey), Ltd., and Irish Arc Welding Co., Ltd.; b. 1875; s. of Thomas McKay of Wick, Caithness. Ed. Public Schs., Liverpool. Training: Liverpool. Distinctions: Extra 1st Class E., B.O.T. Cert. Club: Conservative. Address: Bootle. T. N.: 846 Bootle.

McKECHNIE, Sir James, K.B.E., M.I.N.A., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., Managing Dir., Vickers, Ltd., Barrow, " The Abbey House," Furness Abbey, Lancashire, and 4, Whitehall Court, London, S.W. r Chairman, loco Rubber and Waterproofing Co., Ltd., Glasgow; Director of Contraflo Condenser and Kinetic Air Pump Co., Ltd.; Vickers-Petters, Ltd.; Canadian Vickers, Ltd.; The Donalds6n South American Line, Ltd.; Centrifugal Separators, Ltd., etc. Management Committee of the Engineering and the National Employers' Federation; Member of Executive Council and Trustee of Foremen's Mutual Benefit Society; Member of Council of Institution of Naval Architects; Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Shipwrights. Has contributed several papers on technical subjects to professional societies. Awarded Grand Cross and Star as a Knight Commander of the Ancient Royal Order of Isabella Catolica by the Queen Regent of Spain for work done whilst chief of a Naval Works in Spain. Presented with the Order of the Rising Sun by the Emperor of Japan for services rendered to that country. War Services.—Responsible for the initiation and construction of the large extensions at the Barrow 211 Works to meet the demands of the Naval, Military and Air Forces. Under his direction the works produced complete all classes of war vessels, including battleships and submarines, mercantile ships, the largest types of naval gun mountings, airships, howitzers and projectiles of all types and sizes. He was also responsible to the Ministry of Munitions for the erection and management of the National Projectile Factory, Lancaster, and the National Filling Factory, Morecambe.

McKENNA, Fl.-Lt. W. H., D.C.M., Engr. Officer, R.A.F., Aeroplane Experimental Establishment, Martlesham Heath; Senior Technical Officer to the R.A.F. at this Station.

MACKENZIE, Arthur Cecil, M.Inst.C.E., .Harbour Trust, Melbourne, Victoria.

MacKENZIE, Nicol Finlayson, Hon. M.A. (Oxon.), M.Inst.C.E., F.R.G.S., Irrig. Engr., 185. Woodstock Road, Oxford. T. N.: Oxford 512. 6.1857; youngest s. of Lieut. R. Mackenzie, Indian Navy; m. 1888, Isobel, second d. of J. D. Lamb; one son. Ed. Edinburgh University and Royal Indian Engineering College, Coopers Hill. Twenty-four years' service Irrigation Branch, Indian Public Works Department; Under Secretary for Irrigation to Government of India, 4 years; Acting Deputy Secretary for Irrigation, 9 months; Sanitary Engineer to Government of United Provinces, India, r year; Senior Instructor in Surveying, Coopers Hill College, 4 years; Instructor in Surveying Schools of Engineering, Forestry and Geography, Oxford University, 1906 to date; Special Lecturer on Irrigation, King's College, London University, since 1908. Chief Works: Manufacture and supply of materials, Nadrai Aqueduct, Lower Ganges Canal; remodelling Narora Weir on Ganges. Publications: "Methods of Surveying," " Notes on Irrigation Works." Joint Author, Report on Investigation of Rivers (Royal Geographical Society). War Services.—Ministry of Munitions; Assistant Inspector Munitions Areas, Sheffield and Lancaster, 1916-9.

MACKENZIE, Robert Archibald, A.M.I. Mech.E., F.Aer.Inst., 50-52, Vauxhall Bridge Road, S.W.I. T. A.:" Indusotor, London." T. N.: Victoria 4379. b. r 886. London Manager of Halley's Industrial Motors, Ltd., 46-52, Vauxhall Bridge Road, S.W.I. Ed. at Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Engineering training received with Duncan Stewart, London Road Ironworks, Glasgow. Acted as Superintendent Engineer with Bullock Brothers, Rangoon, Burma. Club: Royal Automobile. War Services.—Royal Engineers, Burma, 1914-15; Shell Engineer in Lille Shell Factory.

MACKERSIE, J. Y., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, To, Cecil Road, Erdington, Birmingham. T. N.: Erdington 132. b. 1876. Ed. High School, Dundee, and Technical Institute, Dundee. Apprenticeship served in Electrical and Marine Engineering. Has occupied positions in the Electricity Undertakings of Bradford, Fleetwood, Ashton-under-Lyne. Present Position: Resident Engineer, Summer Lane Electricity Works, Corporation of Birmingham.

MACKIE, D. D., M.I.Mar.E., Supt. Engr., Singapore, S.S.

MACKIE, Joseph Sharp, M.I.Mar.E., Chief Engr., Amazon Telegraph Co.'s Cable Steamers, Brazil; b. 1877; s. of Robert Mackie, C.C., Kinrossshire. Ed. Clewes School, London. Training: East London College 1st Class B.O.T. Cert. App. with Hunter and English, London; afterwards with Clydebank and Thames Ironworks Eng. Cos.; several years on sea-going Staff of Orient and Atlantic Transport Co.'s Steamers; 16 years as above. Address: c/o The Amazon Telegraph Co., Caixa 270, Para, N. Brazil.

McKIEL, Harold Wilson, B.A., B.Sc., A.M. E.I.0 F.0 an.I.0 M.(N.B.)Assoc.Prof.E., Prof. of Eng., Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.B., Can.; b. 1888. Ed. and Trained: Queen's University and School of Min., Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., Can. B.A. (Hons. in Chemistry and Physics); B.Sc., Hons., Chemical and Metallurgical Eng. 1911—Mill Chemist, Canada Cement Co., Ltd.; 1912—Research Associate, Dept. of Electro-Metallurgical Research, Bureau of Mines, Queen's University; 1913—Prof. of Eng., Mt. Allison University, Sackville, N.B.; 1918—Research Engr., British Chemical Co., Trenton, Ont.; 1919—Asst. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada; 1912— Cons. Engr., Crown Paving Co., Calgary, Alta. Address: Sackville, N.B.

McKILLOP, Alasdair D., B.Sc.Eng. (Lond.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mem.Amer.Soc. Industrial Engrs., Mem. Western Efficiency Soc., Efficiency Engr. (Accounting and Estimating), 3, Stafford Mansions, Battersea Park, London, S.W.Ii; b. 1892; s. of John McKillop, late of Pulo Brani, Singapore, and Margaret McKillop, M.A., M.B.E. Ed. St. Paul's School; University of London, King's College 1912 and 1914—C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., Turboelectric Engrs.; 1915-16—Hans Renold, Ltd., Driving Chains and Munitions of War; 1916-17— Vickers, Ltd. (Erith), Armaments and Tools; 1917-19—The Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; 1919-21—Wm. Cooper and Nephews, Berkhamsted, Chicago and Sydney. Chief Works: Technical Accounting System, Aircraft Manufacturing Co. Publ.: " Efficiency Methods: An Introduction to Scientific Management " (Routledge); " A Foundry Cost System "; "Sources of Industrial Waste "; and other articles (A. W. Shaw Co.). Club: Old Pauline. War Services.— In connection with naval prime movers, shells, fuses, artillery mechanisms and sights, tools and aircraft.

MACKINNON, Alister, A.C.G.I., Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., c/o Horne and MacKinnon, 6o, Union Street, Aberdeen; b. 1886. Ed. Fettes College, Edinburgh, and City and Guilds College, Imperial College of Sc. and Technical, South Kensington, S.W.7. App. at Great North of Scotland Railway Locomotive Shops, Inverurie; Asst. Engr. on the design and construction of the Buenos Aires Western Railway passenger and goods tunnels. At present Civil Engr. to S. A. Balfour, D'Ornellas et Cie, Paris. War Services.—Civil Engineer on a section of the defence of London; British War Mission to the ; Inspector in charge of the Cleveland District (British Ministry of Munitions of War in the U.S.A.).

MACKISON, James Walls, B.Sc. (Edin.), M.Inst.C.E., Exec. Engr., Municipal Offices, Bombay.

MACKLEY, Edward N., A.M.I.Mech.E., F.R.S.A., Eng. Director, Mackley and Co.; b. 1874. 1st Hons., Bronze Medal, Eng., S. Kensington; 1st Hons. Eng., C.G.L.I. Founder and Sole Proprietor of Mackley and Co., Engrs. Address: Hawks Road, Gateshead-on-Tyne. T. A.:" Hylift, Gateshead." T. N.: 237 Gateshead.

McLAREN, John, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.N.A., M.I.Mar.E., Cons. Mar. Engr. and Naval Arch. since 1900; b. 1867. Ed. in Glasgow. App. with Fairfield Shipbuilding and Eng. Co. in all branches. Training: Technical Class of Andersons College, etc. Sea-going with F. Leyland and Co. at Liverpool; 1st Class B.O.T. Cert. Held several responsible positions in U.K. and U.S.A.; Cons. Engr. in London for the past 20 years. Papers read before the Inst. of Mar. Engrs.; awarded the Denney Gold Medal. M. Soc. Cons. E. and Mar. E. and Ship Surveyors; Assessor to Home Office for wreck inquiries; Commissioner to B.O.T. under the Boiler Explosion Act. Address: 110, Fenchurch Street. Private Address: The Chestnuts, Warlingham, Surrey.

McLAREN, Robert, M.P., Vice-Pres. I.Min.E Pres. Min. Inst. of Scotland, V.-Pres. Federated Inst. of Min. Engrs., Cons. Min. Engr.; b. 1856. Ed. Rawyards Airdrie Public School, Garlshenie; Coatbridge Sc. and Art School Dalmacalter and Stourd Collieries; Airdrie Colliery; Manager, H.M. Inspector of Mines, Scotland; M.P. Lanark, N. Scotland. Papers read before Min. Inst. of Scotland. Club: Conservative, Glasgow. Address: Earlston, Airdrie. T. N.: 132 Airdrie.

McLAREN, William Dick, M.I.N.A., M.I.E.S., F.C.M.S., Assoc.M Inst.C.E., Cons. Mar. Engr. and Naval Arch.; Precedent Partner, McLaren and Welsh; Man. Dir., Coaster Construction Co., Ltd.; b. i.4. Ed. Allan Glens School, Glasgow. Training: Roy.r Technical College, Glasgow. Associateship in Mech. and Elec. Eng., W h. Ex. Formerly Head of Engin. Designing Dept., Fairfield Shipbuilding and Eng. Co., Ltd.; since 1913 in business as McLaren and Welsh, Cons. Mar. Engrs. and Naval Archs.; responsible for Design and Supervision of Machinery in large number of vessels, and at present engaged as Naval Architect and Engr. for New Liners building for Australian Commonwealth Govt. Line; responsible for Design and Lay-out of New Shipyard of Coaster Construction Co., Ltd, Montrose, and Acting as Man. Dir. of the Co. Address: St. Martin's. Union Place, Montrose, Scot. T. N.: 175 Montrose.

McLAUCHLAN, John David, M.I.Min.E., M.Inst.C.E., Partner, John and G. H. Geddes, Min. Engrs., Edinburgh; b. 1859; s. of The Rev. Thos. McLauchlan, M.A., LL.D., F.S.A.S., of Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh Academy and University, and HeriotWatt College Address: 21, Young Street, Edinburgh. T. A.: "Rigid, Edinburgh." T. N.: 2468 Central, Edinburgh.

MacLEAN, Francis William, M Inst.0.E. (Member of Council), Chief Railway Engr., Railway Dept., Wellington, N.Z.

MACLEAN, James B., C.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.N.A., Civil and Mech. Engr. (Consultant); b. 1881; Director, Ashburnham Steamship Co., Ltd.; City Life Assurance Co., Ltd.; United General Commercial Assurance Corporation, Ltd. War Services.—Joined Ministry of Munitions, 1915, and was successively Director of Shell Production Department, Director-General of Shell and Gun Manufacture, Controller of Gun Manufacture, Controller of Engineering Department, Controller of Mechanical Warfare Department. Address: 37, Walbrook, E.C.4. T. A.: "Borrolean, London."

MACLEAN, Magnus, M.A., D.Sc., LL.D., J.P., F.R.S.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering, The Royal Technical College, Glasgow; b. 1857. Ed. Glasgow University. Chief Assistant to Professor Lou' Kelvin for fifteen years, and Professor of Electrical Engineering in Royal Technical College, Glasgow, since 1899. Ex-Chairman of the Scottish Territorial Centre of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. Publications: "Electricity and Its Practical Applications," " Modern Electrical Engineering," and " Modern Electric Practice." Member of the Liberal Club.

McLEAN, William Hannah, M.Inst.C.E., Engr.-in-Chief, Municipality, Alexandria, Egypt.

MACLELLAN, Alexander Stephen, B.Sc. (Eng.), M.I.N.A., M.In st.Met., Mar. Engr.; Man. Dir., Alexander Stephen and Sons, Ltd.; b. 1886; s. of Geo. S. MacLellan. Ed. Merchiston Castle School Training: Glasgow University. Clubs: Western, Glasgow, and Caledonian, London. Address: 6, Albert Gate, Glasgow, W. T. N.: 3896 Western.

McLELLAN, Robert Chalmers, Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer (Harbour, Dock, Bridge and Roads, etc.), Bridges Department, County Offices, Preston, Lancs. T. N.: III1 Preston. b. 1888. Ed. High School, Stirling, N.B.; College Course and training as a Civil Engineer at the Royal Technical College, Glasgow, also at the Heriot-Watt Engineering College, Edinburgh. Received professional training with the late Robert Henderson, M.Inst.C.E., consulting and civil engineer, of Edinburgh. Assistant Engineer on harbour and dock works at various places in Scotland; Civil Engineering Assistant with the Admiralty at H.M. Dockyard, Rosyth, N.B., and at Cromarty, N.B.; Chief Assistant and Civil Engineer, Lancashire County Council, Bridges Department. War Services.—Received commissioned rank in the Royal Engineers, and served in France in 1917 and 1918.

McLELLAN, William, Lieut.-Col., C.B.E., M.I.E.E., F.Amer.I.E.E., etc., Consulting Engineer, Partner in firm of Merz and McLellan, 32, Victoria Street, Westminster, and Collingwood Buildings, Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. A.: " Amberkraft, London "; " Amber, Newcastle." T. N.: Victoria 4656; Central Newcastle 1624. b. 1874. Ed. Birkenhead College and Liverpool University. Practical Engineering training Cochrane and Co., Birkenhead, and Siemens Brothers, Woolwich. Chief Works: Various electric power undertakings, railways and tramways at home and abroad. Publications: " Power Station Design," Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1904. Member of the Union Club, Newcastle, and Devonshire and Argentine Clubs, London. War Services.—Joined infantry 1914; transferred to Ministry of Munitions, Director of Electric Power Supply, 1915; transferred to Admiralty as Civil Assistant to First Sea Lord, 1917; appointed to staff of Admiral, Dover Patrol, 1918. Took part 2 in various special missions to France, Palestine, Italy and United States of America.

MACLELLAN, William Turner, J.P., C.B.E., Officer of the Legion of Honour, of the Order of Leopold, and of the Crown of Italy, Asst. Controller of Iron and Steel Production; Chairman and Man. Dir. of P. and W. MacLellan, Ltd., Glasgow, and of the Bengal Iron. and Steel Co., Ltd. Addresses: Mayford House, Mayford, Surrey; 1, Fitzroy Place, Glasgow. T. A.: MacLellan, London. T. N.: Woking 518.

MACLEOD, David Macfarlane, M.I.E.E., Chief Engr., Clyde Valley Elec. Power Co.; b. 1875; s. of Norman Macleod. Ed. Glasgow. Training: Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, and at Andersonian College, Glasgow. Asst. City Elec. Engr., Aberdeen; Asst. Borough Elec. Engr., Poplar, London; Constl. Engr., with The British Westinghouse Co., on their Clyde Valley Contract; transferred to Staff of Clyde Valley Elec. Power Co., 1907; successively Mains Engr., Res. Engr., and Chief Engr. Address: Dechmont, Cambuslang.

McLEOD, Robert James, F.R.S.A., M.Inst. Met., M.I.Mar.E., Mar. and Mech. Engr.; Man. Dir., The Power Plant Co., Ltd., West Drayton, Middlesex, since 1918; b. 1882; s. of Alexander McLeod, of West Hartlepool. Training: Technical College, West Hartlepool; also Mar. School of South Shields. Distinctions: Extra 1st Class B.O.T. Cert. Career: App. Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., Hartlepool; at Sea as Mar. Engr., 1903; Chief Engr. for 3 years on Furness liners; Gen. Mangr., Steam Fittings Co., Ltd., West Drayton, Middlesex, 1913. Address: " Waltaire," Yiewsley, Middlesex. T. A.: " McLeod, Yiewsley," or " Roc, West Drayton." T. N.: 71 Yiewsley.

MACLURE, William George Percy, M.I. Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E., M.Inst.T., Locomotive Running Superintendent, Great Central Railway, Gorton. Private Address: Fallowfield, Manchester. T. A.: "Maclure, Railway, Gorton." T. N.: 649 Openshaw. b. 1871; s. of late Sir John William Maclure, Bart. Ed. Rossall. Apprenticeship, Gorton Works, Great Central Railway. Locomotive Inspector, 1894; Locomotive Running Superintendent, Great Central Railway, February, 1896. President of Association of Railway Companies' Locomotive Running Superintendents, 1915.

McMAHON, John Joseph, Assoc.M.Inst.C. E.I., M.I.Mech.E., A.M.E.E., Elec. Engr., Manchester Corporation Tramways. Address: 55, Piccadilly, Manchester.

McMILLAN, Professor Duncan, M.C., A.M.I. Mech.E., Mechanical and Automobile Engineer, The University, Cape Town; b. 1880. Edinburgh— Preliminary Education; Glasgow—Royal Technical College; Glasgow University. Apprenticeship, 1896-1901, Butters Brothers, Engineers, Glasgow; Draughtsman, 190 1, Alley and MacLellan, Glasgow; Junior Lecturer in Design, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 1904-8, and Senior Lecturer in Design, Glasgow, 1908-10; Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering and Automobilism, South African College, Cape Town, 1910-5; Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Cape Town, 1919; Chairman, Technical Committee, Royal Automobile Club of South Africa; z R Associate, Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Publications: " The Motor Car " (Longmans); Numerous articles in the technical press; Edited " Motoring in South Africa," 1912-4. Clubs: Royal Automobile Club of South Africa; Civil Service Club. War Services.-1915—Scientific Lieutenant, Defence Force, South Africa; 1916—Captain and Adjutant, South African Motor Cycle Mounted Rifles and Dispatch Riders; 1917-9—Major Commanding South African Motor Cyclist Corps, East Africa; 1919—Demobilized with rank of Major; Military Cross, January, 1918.

McMURTRIE, G. E. J., Min. Engr., Radstock, Bath.

MacNAY, Arthur, M.I.Mech.E., Mech. Engr., S. African Railways. and Harbours, Durban, Natal.

MACNICOL, Arnold Nesbitt, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E. (Aust.), M.Aust.Inst.M.M., Cons. Engr.; b. 1870; s. of Walter Macnicol, Railway Contractor. Ed. Queen's College, Melbourne; Cooerwull Academy, N.S.W. Training: Sydney Technical College and Morts Dock and Eng. Co., Sydney. App. at Morts Dock and Eng. Co., Ltd., Sydney; Engr. to the Silverton Tramway Co., Broken Hill, 1893; Chief Elec. and Asst. Mech. Engr. to Broken Hill Prop. Co., 1894-7; Asst. Engr., 1898-190o, and Chief Engr., 1900-5, to the Mount Lyell Min. and Railway Co., Ltd.; from 1905 to present time, Cons. Engr., during which period many important undertakings were carried out, including Metallurgical Plants, Hydro and Steam Electric Schemes, Chem. Works, Coal-handling Plants ranging in value from Z20,000 to 2400,000. Club: Australian, Melbourne. Addresses: 31, Queen Street, Melbourne, and 4, Bridge Street, Sydney. T. A.: " Locincam." T. N.: Sydney, City 3031; Melbourne, Cent. 366.

MACNUTT, Charles Herbert, B.A.(Sc.), M.Inst.M.M., M.Can.Inst. M.M., Min. Engr.; Manager, Vimy Ridge Mine, Bennett-Martin Asbestos and Chrome Mines, Ltd.; b. 1866. Ed. Public and High Schs., Ottawa, Canada. Training: McGill University, Montreal, Canada; Min. Eng. Course. Career: Gen. Min. Eng. Practice, U.S.A., Spain, S. Amer. and Burma, including General Managements; last important position before the Asbestos field was Res. Manager, Burma Mines, Ltd., Burma, India; service with Canadian Engrs. in late War. Clubs: British Empire and Royal Automobile, London; and University, Montreal. Address: Coleraine, Province of Quebec, Canada.

MACPHAIL, Lt.-Col. Alexander, C.M.G., D.S.0., Prof. of Eng., Queen's University, Kingston, Canada.

McPHERSON, Andrew, A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I. Mech.E., Electrical and Wireless Engineer, 22, Cousins Grove, Southsea, Hants. Business Address: Wireless Telegraphy Department, H.M. Signal School, R.N. Barracks, Portsmouth. b. 1880. Ed. Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Electrical Construction Co., Ltd., Wolverhampton, as pupil and Assistant Engineer. In Public Works Department, Nigerian Government; Chief Engineer to Nova Empreza Luz Electrica, Maccio, Brazil; Resident Engineer and Local Manager of the Madeira Electric Lighting and Power (1909) Co., Ltd., Funchal, Madeira. In 1914 with G.P.O., and since 1915, 2 Admiralty in connection with wireless telegraphy engineering. War Services.—From 1915-17 inspecting and reporting upon naval wireless telegraphy stations abroad.

MACPHERSON, Duncan, Lieut.-Colonel, M. Inst.C.E., M.E.I.C. Dom. and Ontario Land Surveyor, 548, Besserer Street, Ottawa, Canada; b. 1858; s. of Peter MacPherson of Bath, Ontario. Loyalist descent; m. in 1887, E. R. 0. 'Wilson, d. of the Rev. John Wilson of Preston, Lancashire. Ed. Napance High School and Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario. Graduated from Royal Military College in June, 1880, with honours in Civil Engineering and Mathematics, and won the Governor-General's Silver Medal for general proficiency. Was offered and refused a commission in the Royal Engineers. In 1881 joined the engineering staff of Canadian Pacific Railway, on construction, and served with that company till July, 1905, being then Chief Directing Engineer of 1,500 miles of railway with supervision of maintenance of track, buildings and bridges. Resigned to accept position of Assistant Chief Engineer of the National Transcontinental Railway, 1,80 5 miles of line between Winnipeg and Atlantic Coast, forming the Eastern half of the Grand Trunk Pacific and built by the Canadian Government. In 1911 was promoted to be Assistant Chairman in charge of operations on this line, and occupied this position till the completion of the work in 1914. In August, 1914, volunteered for active service and was appointed Staff Officer at Headquarters with rank of Lieut.-Colonel, position occupied till end of War. One year Vice-President, and 16 years Councillor, of Engineering Institute of Canada. Member of the Rideau Ottawa and Royal Ottawa Golf Club. War Services.—Five years Staff Officer at Headquarters, C. E. F.

MACRORY, Robert Valentine, M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Electric Supply Station, Londonderry. T. A.: "Electric Station, Londonderry." b. 1878; s. of the late S. M. Macrory, J.P., C.C. Ed. Private school and Cheltenham College. Apprenticeship with Siemens Brothers, Ltd., Woolwich; attended classes at Finsbury Technical College and King's College. Appointed City Electrical Engineer to the Londonderry Corporation in May, 1898, which post he still holds; during this period, output has increased sixteen times; acted as Consulting Engineer to the Corporation, and in connection with many other schemes.

MacSHEEHY, James Graham John, Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., M.I. and S.I., Chief Elec. Engr., Redbourn Hill Iron and Coal Co., Ltd.; b. 1884; s. of I. W. Sheehy, Physician and Surgeon. Ed. Epsom College Training: Ebbw Vale. Pupil at Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Co., Ltd.; 1905-17—St. James' and Pall Mall Electric Light Co., Ltd., as Charge Engr., then Res. Engr.; since 1917 Chief Elec. Engr., Redbourn Hill Iron and Coal Co., Ltd., Scunthorpe; responsible for Installation and Running of the Elec. System, including Blast Furnaces, Steelworks, Rolling Mills, Coke Ovens, Ironstone Mines, etc. Address: Jesmondene, Scunthorpe, Lincs. T. N.: 14o Scunthorpe.

McWILLIAM, Andrew, C.B.E., D.Met., A.R. S.M., Cons. Metallurgist; b. 1867; s. of John A.

McWilliam. Ed. Allen Glens, Glasgow, and Royal School of Mines, London. Training: Royal School of Mines, and at Sheffield, etc. Publ.: " General Foundry Practice," with Dr. Longmuir, Griffin and Co., 3rd Edition. Many papers on Original Investigations. Address: 22 I, Upperthorpe, Sheffield. T. N.: 956 Broomhill, Sheffield.

MADDEN, Henry Dacre, M.I.Mech.E., Member of Council Inst.Gas E., Chief Engr., Cardiff Gas Light and Coke Co.; b. 1876; s. of Edward Madden, of the Ecclesiastical Commission. Ed. N. London Collegiate School, and School of Eng., and the Polytechnic, London. Double Hons. 1st and Silver Medallist. Articled Pupil, A. C. McMinn, M.Inst.C.E., Kensal Green Works, Gas Light and Coke Co.; Asst. Engr., Beckton Works; Station Engr., 1906, and Engr.-in-Chief, 1909, Cardiff Gas Co.; responsible for the Design and Construction of large Plants at the Grangetown Works of the Cardiff Gas; acted as Consultant for Blaina and Brynmawr Gas Co.; rebuilt Works and Distribution System, also Consultant to several other Gas and Water Cos.; served on High! Explosive Committee, M. of M., and Engr.Inspector, S. Wales, for Coal Controller (Hon.). Address: 99, Cathedral Road, Cardiff. T. N.: 2740 Cardiff.

MADDEN, Wyndham D'Arcy, M.I.E.E., Elec. and Mech. Engr.; General Manager, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd.; b. 1885; s. of Wyndham Monson Madden, M.A. Ed. Haileybury College Training: Faraday House. Res. Engr., Dick, Kerr and Co., for the equipment of the " Froude " Tank at the N.P.L., 1910-11; Elec. Engr. to Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., Bath, 1912-19. Address: c /o Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., Soho Ironworks, Bolton. T. A.: "Hick, Bolton." T. N. 1373-4.

MADDOCKS, Arthur Percy, B.Sc. (Birmingham), M.Inst.C.E., Sanitary Engr. to Government, Poona, India; b. 1873. Ed. at King Edward VI's School, Birmingham; and Mason College, Birmingham; Sc. Scholar, Tangye Scholar, and Associate of Mason College, and holder of the Senior Eng. Diploma. Pupil of E. Radcliff, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Engineer to the Donegal Railway Company, Ireland. In 1895 joined the engineering staff of the late James Mansergh, F.R.S., Past President Institution of Civil Engineers, on the Elan Valley Waterworks of the Birmingham Corporation. 1899-I 902—Assistant Resident Engineer in charge of the Hagley-Frankly section of the Elan Aqueduct. 1902-7— Chief Assistant Engineer on the Derby Corporation's new sewerage and sewage disposal works. 1907-8— Engineering Assistant on the staff of the late W. B. Bryan, Member of Council, Institution of Civil Engineers, Chief Engineer, Metropolitan Water Board. 1908-12—Resident Engineer for the Water Board on the Island Barn Reservoir works. 1912-20—Assis tant Engineer and Senior Assistant Engineer, Metropolitan Water Board. Paper on the " Automatic Distributors on the Derby Sewage Disposal Works," published in Minutes of Proceedings, Institution of Civil Engineers. War Services.—Emergency Engineer, London Defences; calculations for reinforced concrete water towers on various Admiralty airship stations.

MADELEY, James Welby, M.A., M.Inst.C.E., M.Am er.S.0.E M.Water E., Special Engr., Corporation of Madras; b. 1871; s. of late James C. Madeley, M.Inst.C.E. Ed. Spondon House School, Dulwich College, Cambridge University. School, Hons., (Eng.). Pupil to the late Jas Mansergh, F.R.S.; P.-Pres. Inst.C.E.; 1897-19o1—Res. Engr., Elan Valley Waterworks for Birmingham; Res. Engr., Distribution Works, Birmingham; 19o3-7—Res. Engr., Stockport Waterworks; since 1907—Special Engr., appointed by Secretary of State for India to design and construct Water and Drainage Works for City of Madras. Club: Madras. Address: Ripon Bdgs., Madras. T. A.: " Special, Madras." T. N.: 324, 578 and 590 Madras.

MADEN, James, M.Inst.C.E., Trust Engr., 5, Clive Street, Calcutta.

MADGEN, Frederic James, A.M.I.E.E., Joint Man. Dir., W. Lucy and Co., Ltd., Oxford; b. 1864; s. of W. L. Madgen, of Hallwhistle, Northumberland. Ed. Privately in North of England. 24 years with National Telephone Co., Ltd.; 15 years with W. Lucy and Co., Ltd., Oxford. Address: Eagle Ironworks, Oxford.

MAGGS, Charles James, M.I.Mech.E., M.I. Mar.E., Chief Supt. Engr., Sprostons, Georgetown, Demerara, British Guiana, and Govt. Cons. Engr.

MAGILL, Michael Francis, A.M.I.Mech.E., A.F.R.Ae.S., Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineer, " Bondi," Glencairn Road, Streatham, S.W.I6. b. 1886; eldest s. of the late John Magill, Co. Armagh, Ireland; m. Alice Mabel, youngest d. of the late Edward Thomas, Llancadle, Glamorgan. Ed. Private; Royal College of Science, Dublin; pupil of R. H. Leask, M.Inst.C.F. (I.). General civil and mech. engineering; Engineering staff, Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin; Asst. Engr., A B C Portland Cement Co., Ltd., S. Wales; Aeronautical Designer, Short Brothers, Aeronautical Engrs. Chief Works: Installation of fog-signal plant, lighthouse and lightship equipment, steel and reinforced concrete structures, etc., coast defence work, hydrographic survey, for Athboy (Co. Meath) Drainage Board. Installation of 200 ft. rotary kiln, coolers, H.T. motors, pumping gear, mixers, etc., for A B C Portland Cement Co., Ltd., South Wales. Now on designing staff, British Ropeway Eng. Co., Ltd. Publ.: Contributed Civil and Mech. Engineering Sections to " Technical Data Handbook," now in the press; " Manufacture of Cement "; also a " Course in Elementary Aeronautics." War Services.—Res. Engr., Camp Construction (Irish Command); Eng. Staff, MacDonald and Gibb, Civil Engrs; Designing Staff, Short Brothers, Aeronautical Engrs.; Chief Draughtsman, Air Ministry, D.O. (Aeroplanes); Section Director, Contracts (Aircraft Production Dept.), M. of M.

MAGINNIS, Arthur John, M.Inst.C.E., Mar.E., etc., Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, 28, Chapel Street, Liverpool. T. A.: " Sinnigam, Liverpool." T. N.: 2119 Central; 398 Wavertere. b. 1850; s. of E. A. Maginnis and Jane Ursula Maginnis (née Denvir); m. first, 1881, M. Helen Tunnicliffe; second, 1897, Marie Roberts. Ed. Private school. Apprentice to Harland and Wolff, Belfast. Sea-going Engineer, Coasting Service, and in White Star Line; 8 years Assistant Superintending Engineer, White Star Line, Liverpool; 7 years Superintending Engineer of British Shipowners' Co., Liverpool, Atlantic and Colonial Steamers; 30 years A Al private practice in Liverpool as Consulting Marine Engineer and Surveyor. Past President, Liverpool Engineering Society Commissioner for Boiler Explosion Investigation; Member of Liverpool Local Marine Board. Publications: " The Atlantic Ferry," and papers read before the Institution of Civil Engineers, Institution of Naval Architects, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and Liverpool Engineering Society, and Institution of Marine Engineers.

MAGINNIS, James Porter, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Hon. Life M.I.Mech.E., Cons. Engr. and Drawing Office Expert; b. 1850; s. of Rev. David Maginnis, Belfast. Ed. Privately, and King Edward VI Grammar School Career: App. with Worcester Engine Works; Improver under Edward B. Marten, Stourbridge; Draughtsman and Asst. Surveyor, S. Staffs. Mines Drainage Commissioners, and Inspector of Steam Boilers; 3 years Res. Insp. of Boilers, Middlesbrough and District; inspected and reported on Boiler Explosions throughout the Country, and made Models for Technical Demonstration purposes; 1877-84 in charge 8f Drawing Office, I.Mech.E., preparing Diagrams, etc., for Proceedings; started as Cons. Engr. and General Draughtsman, 1884; made Models of Eng. and Arch. interest, including the Royal Palaces, Strand 1650 (in the London Museum), The Fortune and Drury Lane Theatres (in Columbia University, U.S.A.), Victoria Falls, Zambesi River (in the Imperial Inst.), Southampton Docks, etc.; Chairman Soc. Mod. E., fourth year; Member of Council and P. Chairman R. Drawing Soc.; Mem. of Council, Coal Smoke Abatement Soc.; British Engr. and Insp. for Chemins de Fer Sud Ouest de la Russie, 1885-1900; Cantor Lecturer, S.A., 1905; worked out Inventor's Ideas and Invented Instruments for Mech. Draughtsmen, Silver and Bronze Medals awarded; holds various Patents. Address: II, Carteret Street, Westminster, S.W.I. T. A A.: " Offset, Vic., London." T. N.: Victoria 192.

MAIR, George P., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mech.E., 3, Marchwood Crescent, Ealing, W.5. T.N.: Ealing 1161. Ed. City and Guilds Technical College, Exhibition Road, London. Pupil with Escher Wyss and Co., Ltd., Zurich, Switzerland.

MAITLAND-HERIOT, Charles Adrian, Captain R.A.F., D.S.C., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., Civil Engineer, c/o Adrian M. Heriot and Co., Ltd., Reconquista 46, Buenos Ayres. T. A.: " Adrian, Buenos Ayres." T. N.: 5c70 Avenida, Buenos Ayres. b. 1886; s. of Fredk. Maitland Heriot; m. Dorothy Egerton-Savory. Ed. Bradfield College, 1900-4; North Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Newcastle; Armstrong College of Science, Newcastle; Bott and Stennett, Ltd., Contractors. Managing Director of Adrian M. Heriot and Co., Ltd. (a firm of engineering contractors registered in the Argentine), 1912-20. Chief Worhs: Construction of a branch line for the Central Argentine Railway Co., James Craik to Villa del Rosario; construction of a section of the drainage works for the city of Buenos Ayres. Member of the Argentine Club, London and Junior Naval and Military Club. War Services.—France, 1915, Armoured Cars, Dardanelles, 1915-6, and Eastern Mediterranean, 1916-7, R.N.A. S.; Prisoner of War in Turkey, 1917-8.

MAKOWER, Alfred Jacques, M.A., M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 12, Greencroft Gardens, London, 24 N.W.6. T. N.: Hampstead 648r. b. 1876. Ed. University College School, University College, 1894-5 Trinity College, Cambridge, 1895-8; Charlottenburg Polytechnic, 1898-1900. Engineer in Research Laboratory, Union Electricity Company, Berlin, 1900-2; Designing Engineer in Alternating Current Department, British Thomson-Houston Co., Rugby, 1902-4; Head of Electrical Engineering Department, South Western Polytechnic, Chelsea, 1904-18. At present, Managing Director and Secretary of Mossay and Co., Ltd., 7, Prince's Street, Westminster, which company is engaged in the design and sale of electric lorries and trucks built by Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies of Ipswich, and the sale of pneumatic tools built by Reavell and Co., Ipswich. Formerly Secretary of Board of Studies in Electrical Engineering, and Chairman of Board of Examiners in Electrical Engineering, University of London. Various papers on Induction Motors, Wireless Telegraphy, Atmospheric Electricity, etc. War Services.—Various electrical researches for the Board of Inventions and Research, and Admiralty and War Office. Editor of " Review of the Foreign Press, Technical Supplement," published by the Military Intelligence Department, War Office.

MALCOLM, E. D., Colonel, C.B., Telegraphy and Submarine Mining Electrical Engineer, Poltalloch, Kilmartin, Argyllshire. T. A.: "Kilmartin." b. 1837; third s. of John Malcolm of Poltalloch. Ed. Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. One of the three, and now only survivor, who formed the old Telegraph, now Electrical Engineers' Society, and laid the foundation of the Electric Education of the Royal Engineers. D.L. for County of Argyll. Clubs: Conservative, Edinburgh; the Glasgow Carlton. War Services.—In Crimean War, Indian Mutiny, and China War. Employed successfully in getting coal for the Navy from Japan, in China War.

MALCOLM, George William, M.B.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Davenham House, Northwich, Cheshire. T. A.: "Malcolm, Northwich." T. N.: i54 Northwich. b. 1870. Ed. St. Paul's School, London. Apprenticeship with John and Henry Gwynnes, Hammersmith; also served with the Pacific Steam Navigation Co., and The Naval Armament Construction Co., Barrow-in-Furness. In 1892 was appointed Chief Engineer of the Anglo-Ceylon and General Estates Co., Ltd., Mauritius. In 1896 was appointed Manager of a branch works of the Forges et Fonderies de Maurice, Rose Belle, Mauritius, and retained by the Anglo-Ceylon and General Estates Co. as Consulting Engineer. In 1901 appointed General Manager and Engineer to the Forges et Fonderies de Maurice, with works in Port Louis and Rose Belle. In 1908 appointed Chief Engineer to the Salt Union, Limited, and in 1913, Joint Managing Director in that company. War Services.—Superintendent of H.M. Magazines; connected with the construction of several National factories; and Commander of a Company in the Cheshire Volunteer Regiment.

MALEK, Esmond, Morgan, M.I.E.E., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, Frenchaye, Addlestone, Surrey. T. A.: "Enelectico." T. N.: Holborn 830. b. 1872. Ed. Bedford Grammar School, Finsbury Technical School, and the British Thomson-Houston Co. Engineer on staff of the British Thomson-Houston Company; Assistant Chief Engineer, Central London Railway Co.; Engineer-in-Charge, for Dick Kerr and Co.; on Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Electrification and now Railway and Power Contract Manager for the English Electric Company, Limited. Club: British Empire.

MALLALIEU, Vernon, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 2, Linley Road, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire; b. 1886. Ed. Manchester College of Technology, 1902-5. Apprenticed to Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, Ltd., Stafford, 1905-7. With Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, Ltd., Stafford, 1907-10; the Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., Loughborough, 1910-11; Siemens Schuchert, Berlin, 1911-12; Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, London, 1912-15; British Westinghouse Co., Manchester, 1915-17; Lancashire Anti-Submarine Committee, Manchester, 1917-19; British Westinghouse Co. (Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Co.), Manchester, 1919. Specialist in the application of electrical driving to textile factories. Member of the Engineers' Club, Manchester. War Services.—Acted as Secretary to the Lancashire Anti-Submarine Committee, a research organization formed in October, 1917, under Admiralty auspices and operating up to the end of the war under Admiralty direction.

MALLINS, C. W., M.I.A.E., Associate I.E.E., General Manager, Liverpool Corporation Tramways, 24, Hatton Garden, Liverpool. T. A.: " Tramways, Liverpool." T. N.: 7701 Central. Ed. Private school. Forty-five years connected with the Liverpool Corporation Tramways in various positions. Has acted for 8 years as Deputy Manager, and for 14 years as General Manager, and is responsible for all engineering connected with the Tramways Department. War Services.—In charge of Lambeth Road Munitions Factory, in which nearly 21 million shells were either manufactured or finished. He was also in charge of Lambeth Road Aeroplane Factory, in which 500 Avro Main Planes were manufactured.

MALLOCK, Henry Reginald A., F.R.S., Cons. Engr., Ordnance Bd.; Member of Advisory Committee for Aeronautics; Cons. Engr. and Physicist. Addresses: 6, Cresswell Gardens, S. Kensington, S.W.; 3, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.

MALPAS, Arthur Ernest, Wh.Sc., M.I.Mech. E., M.I.E.E., Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical Engineer, Chief Engineer, United Alkali Co., Ltd., Widnes. T. A.. "Ergon." T. N.: Widnes. b. 1871. Ed. Whitworth Scholar, 1893-6; Owens College, Manchester, and Imperial College of Technology, London. Apprenticed to Marine Engineering under the British Admiralty. Assistant Engineer, Willans and Robinson, Ltd., Rugby, 1894-7; Chief Engineer and Manager, Calvert and Co., Manchester, 1897-9; Engineer, Arthur Guinness, Sons and Co., Ltd., Dublin, on new plant costing froo,000, 18991901; Chief Assistant Superintending Engineer, United Alkali Co., Ltd., Widnes, 1901-3; Engineer, Sociedad de Gasificacion Industrial, Spain, gas and hydro-electric installation costing over 1r,000,000, 19o3-ro; Manager, Ammonia Soda Works, Plumbley, Cheshire, 1910-1r and 1915-16; Engineer, N.W. Cyanamide Co., Odda, Norway, designing and erecting plant for 200 tons cyanamide per day, x 9r r-15; Manager, United Alkali Co., Ltd., Perchlorate Works, Flint, i 9I 6-r-9; Chief Engineer, United 9 Alkali Co., Ltd., Widnes,1919. Chief Works: 12,000 h.p. gas electric installation in Madrid, Spain; 20,000 h.p. hydro-electric installation in Madrid, Spain; 200 tons per day cyanamide plant Odda, Norway; ammonium perchlorate plant for war purposes, Flint, North Wales. War Services.—Assisted in the development of a process for the manufacture of ammonium nitrate for munitions of war. Erected and managed an electrolytic plant for the manufacture of ammonium perchlorate for use in mines. This high explosive had never previously been manufactured in England.

MANN, Frank Harris, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, Corporation Electricity Works, Grimsby; b. 1890. Ed. King Edward VI's School and Mason College, Birmingham; University of Birmingham. London Institute Honours Prizeman. Consulting Engineer with Moffett and Rosher of Birmingham. Chiefly engaged in carrying out the conversion of works and mills to electric driving. Since February, 1919, engaged in engineering the extensions to the Grimsby Corporation Electricity Works. War Services.—Served in the Royal Naval Divisional Engineers at home and overseas from October, 1914, to June, 1916; then appointed to H.M.A.S. Australia, of the Battle Cruiser Fleet, as officer in charge of the electrical equipment, searchlights, and for torpedo duties. Obtained Admiralty commendation for inventions in connection with searchlight remote control. Inspecting Officer (Electrical Engineering Department) of S.M.S. Hindenburg. Demobilized in January, 1919.

MANN, Thomas Clifford, M.B.E., B.A. (Cantab.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Commercial Engineer, 201, Salisbury House, London, E.C.2. T. N.: London Wall 21. b. 1881; s. of the late Charles Mann. Ed. Emmanuel College, Cambridge; Mechanical Sciences Tripos, 1910. Engineer Salesman with Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee, Wisc., U.S.A., and London; Commercial Manager, British Ulco Co., Ltd., 201, Salisbury House, London, E.C.2. Clubs: Mining and Metallurgical. War Services.—Captain, Royal Engineers (Territorial); London Electrical Engineers; mentioned in Dispatches (home).

MANNABERG, Maxmilian, Vice-Pres. Iron and Steel Inst., 48, Hans Mansions, S.W.3.

MANNERS-SMITH, J. A., B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E., Illuminating Engineer, 120, Hammersmith Road, W.14. T. N.: Hammersmith 750. Training at Faraday House, with Robey and Co., Lincoln, and Clarke, Chapman and Co., Gateshead. Illuminating Engineer since 1911. Now partner in the firm of Smith and Houghton. War Services.—Public Schools Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, September, 1914; gazetted to Royal Garrison Artillery, December, 1914; transferred to Royal Flying Corps, March, 1917.

MANNING, J. J., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, c/o Thos. Cook and Sons, Ludgate Circus, London, E.C.4; b. 1883. Ed. City and Guilds Central Technical College, Exhibition Road, South Kensington. Assistant Engineer, East Indian Railway, 1905-12; Personal Assistant to Engineer-in-Chief Construction, N.W. Railway, Lahore, India, 1912-16. Reconnaissance, preliminary and detailed surveys, construction estimates, reports and traffic estimates, designing of station yards, new works, major and minor bridges, railway construction and maintenance. Chief Works: Pathankot, Nurpur and Kangra Valley Light Railway survey, preliminary estimate and report; Jakhal-Hissar Railway, Mandra-Bhon Railway and others. War Services.—With i ioth Railway Company, France, and 265th Railway Company, Egypt.

MANO, Bunji, Kogakushi, Kogakuhakushi, M.I.Mech.E. (London), Assoc.M.Am er.Inst. E.E., Mech. Engr.; Pres. of the Kyushu Imperial Univ.; Hon. Prof., Tokyo Imperial Univ.; b. 1861; s. of the late Hajime Mano. Ed. Tokyo Imperial Univ. and Glasgow Univ. Training: Sir William Armstrong's Works and The Akabane Works in apan. Address: The Kyushu Imperial University, Fukuoka, Japan.

MANVILLE, Edward, M.I.E.E. (see Kincaid, Waller, Manville and Dawson), Cons. Elec. Engr., St. Stephen's House, Victoria Embankment, S.W.1. T. A.: " Kincaid, Vic, Landon." T. N.: 4311 Victoria. b. 1862; s. of B. E. Manville; m. first, Maud Elizabeth, d. of Colonel C. T. Wallis, D.L., Newport, Mon.; second, Rachel Violet, d. of John Holmes, civil engineer, Calcutta. Ed. University College School and Technical Institutions. On completion of training engaged on electric light installation at Dublin for Brush Electrical Engineering Co. Joined the staff of Woodhouse and Rawson, as their Engineer engaged on various electric light installations. Afterwards Managing Director of the JaLlochkoff Co., and also United Electrical Engineering Co. In 7 892 entered into partnership with J. Edward Waller, M.Inst.C.E., as Consulting Engineers. In 1893, together with Mr. Waller entered into partnership with Joseph Kincaid, M.Inst.C.E., the firm being joined by Philip Dawson, M.Inst.C.E., etc., in 1902. Chief Works: Design and supervision of electrically-worked Tramways, viz., Anglo-Argentine, Buenos Aires and Belgrano, Buenos Aires Port and City, Buenos Aires Electric, La Plata, Tys, Pelotas, Porto Alegre, Mandalay, Colombo, Delhi. Hydro-Electric Undertakings, viz., St. Lawrence River, Cascade City, Conway. Electricity Undertakings, viz., Melbourne, Adelaide, Geelong, Portsmouth, Lambeth, Bermondsey, Partick, Shoreditch, Barrow Taunton, Southwark, Aylesbury, Bath, Swansea, Salford, Uxbridge, Fareham, Beckenham. Dust Destructors, viz., Shoreditch, Lambeth, Partick, Bermondsey. M.P. for Coventry; Magistrate for City of Coventry; President of Association of Chambers of Commerce of United Kingdom; Vice-President of Federation of British Industries; Past President of Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders; Member of Royal Commission on Income Tax; Member of Provisional Advisory Council to Board of Trade, and many other Government Committees. Clubs: Carlton, Constitutional, St. Stephen's, Royal Automobile, Savage.

MARCH, Sydney Herbert, M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer (Machine Tools), Redclyffe, Oswald Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy. T. N.: 38 Chorlton. b. 1874. Ed. Private schools; also Birmingham Technical School and School of Art. At present Director and General Manager, Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Manchester; Manager, Chas. Churchill and Co., Ltd. (Engineers), 6, Oxford Street, Manchester. Founded Churchill Machine Tool Co.. Ltd., the pioneer manufacturers of Precision grinding machines in Great Britain in mass production. Vice-Chairman, Associated British Machine Tool Makers, Ltd.; Vice-President, Machine Tool Association of Great Britain, 1919. War Services.—Member Advisory Committee, Ministry of Munitions, on Allowances and Depreciation of Plant and Machinery under Munitions Act, 1916; Member Ministry of Reconstruction (Branch Committee on Machine Tools and Small Tools), 1918; Member Ministry of Munitions Small Tool Advisory Committee, 1918 and 1919; Member Ministry of Munitions Engineering Commission to visit and report on Engineering in occupied area of Germany, 1919.

MARCHANT, Edgar Walford, D.Sc. (Lond.), Electrical Engineer, The University, Liverpool. T. A.: " University, Liverpool." T. N.: 621 Royal, Liverpool. b. 1876; m. 1902 (four s.). Ed. University School, Hastings; Central Technical College, S. Kensington; Salomon's Scholar of the Institution of Electrical Engineers; Siemens Medal; Doctor of Science of University of London. After serving an apprenticeship, Superintendent of Workshop and Laboratory of late Lord Blythswood at Renfrew, N.B.; appointed Demonstrator at Finsbury Technical College under late Prof. Silvanus P. Thompson; Lecturer in Electrotechnics in the University of Liverpool, 1901. When a Chair was founded by David Jardine in 1903, Professor Marchant was selected to the position. Responsible for design and equipment of laboratories costing about 20,000. V.-Pres. of Institution of Electrical Engineers; Past President, Liverpool Engineering Society; Past Chairman, Manchester Local Section of the Institution of Electrical Engineers; Member of Commission Internationale de Telegraphie sans Fil, etc. Publications: Papers to the Royal Society, Institution of Electrical Engineers; evidence before Royal Commission on Canals, etc. Member of the University Club and Royal Liverpool Golf Club. War Services.—Member of Lancashire Anti-Submarine Committee.

MARCHBANKS, James, M.Inst.C.E. (Member of Council), 33, Hobson Crescent, Wellington, N.Z.

MARCONI, Guglielmo, Senator of the Kingdom of Italy, G.C.V.O., LL.D., D.Sc., M.I.E.E., etc., Chairman and Technical Adviser, Marconi Cos.; b. 1874. Ed. Bologna and Livorno. Career: Carried out his first experiments in Wireless Telegraphy at Bologna; first tested in England between Penarth and Weston, then by Italian Ministry of Mar. at Spezia; in 1899 established Wireless Communication between France and England; his system is used exclusively by Lloyd's and principal Shipping Cos. in England and abroad; also employed by the British and Italian Admiralties in their Navies, and at various land stations; was the first to receive signals, transmitted by his system, across the Atlantic Ocean, from Poldhu, Cornwall, to St. John's, Newfoundland, a distance of 2,100 miles, 1901; in 1902 established Wireless Telegraphic Communication between Canada (Cape Breton) and England; invented Directive System of Wireless Telegraphy, 1905; invented a new Persistent-Wave System of Wireless Telegraphy, 1906; established transatlantic Wireless Telegraph Service for public use between England and America, 1907; decorated by the Tsar with the Order of St. Anne; by the King of Italy Commander of the Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, and Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown of Italy; Freedom of the City of Rome, 1903; Chevalier of Civil Order of Savoy, 1905; Nobel Prize for Physics, Stockholm, 1909; Grand Cross Order of Alphonso XII; Albert Medal, Royal Soc. of Arts. Numerous Papers read before Scientific Societies. Clubs: Automobile, Bath, Garrick, Circolo della Caccia (Rome). Address: Marconi House, Strand, W.C. T. A.: " Expanse, Estrand, London." T. N.: 8710 City.

MARGETSON, Alfred James, Professor, M.Sc. (Bristol), B.Sc. (Lond.), M.I.Mech.E., Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, City and Guilds of London Institute Technical College, Finsbury, E.C.2, and 3o, Connaught Avenue, S.W.14. T. N.: 932o London Wall. b. 1877; s. of Alfred George and Emily Margetson, Clifton, Bristol; m. 1914, Joyce Althea Mary Newman, Bath. Ed. Merchant Venturers. Technical College and University of Bristol Engineering Department. Bristol City Scholarship Holder. Six years with the Bristol Railway Carriage and Wagon Works Co., Ltd. Lecturer and Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the City and Guilds College, Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington, S.W.7. Acts as Consulting Engineer since 1914 as well as Examiner in Engineering for various public bodies. Publications: " Experiments for the Electrical Laboratory," Technical reviews and papers Engineering Primers. War Services.—Supply of gauges and research in strength of aeronautical materials.

MARKBY, Walter, M.I.E.E., Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Chief Engr., Brentford Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; Metropolitan Electric Supply Co. Address: x8, Sunderland Terrace, Westbourne Gardens, London, W.

MARKS, Sir George Croydon, C.B.E., M.P., M.I.Mech.E., Specialist in Hydraulic,Mechanical and Reinforced Concrete Work, 58, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London W. C.2. T. A.: " Reconstruction, London." T. N. 3415 Central. b. 1858; married, no family. Ed. Royal Arsenal School and King's College, London. Passed through the various engineering shops and drawing office at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Was Manager and Chief of drawing offices for engineering firms in London, Birmingham and Dublin; commenced practice as a Consulting Engineer in 1887 in Birmingham; carried out works in England and abroad in connection with hydraulic and electrical installations; was joined in partnership by Sir Dugald Clerk, K.B.E., F. R. S., in 1888. Practice now in London, Birmingham, Manchester, New York, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco, as Patent Law experts, and has carried out works in reinforced concrete. Sometime Lecturer in Engineering to the Midland Institute and the Birmingham Technical Schools, A.M.I.C. Publications: " Hydraulic Power Engineering," " Steam Power," " British and Foreign Patent Laws." Clubs: Reform, National Liberal. War Services.—Member of Advisory Committee on Labour, and Commissioner on Labour Dilution, Ministry of Munitions.

MARQUAND, Hilary Strina, A.M.I.E.E., Manager, The British Arc Welding Co. (Bristol 2, Channel), Ltd., Cardiff; b. 1890; s. of A. J. Marquand, Cardiff. Ed. Cardiff and Manchester School of Technology. Training: Manchester School of Technology. London City and Guilds Elec. Eng.; 4 years' course Elec. Eng., Manchester; B.O.T. Cert. Premium Paper, I.E.E., " Electric Welding "; Book, " Electric Welding, Theory, Practice and Economics." Address: Hazeldene, Teilo Street, Cardiff. T. A.: " Arcaweldo, Cardiff." T. N.: 682 Cardiff; Private: 4204.

MARR, Sir James, F. and Vice-Pres. N.E.C. Inst., North Sands Shipyard, Sunderland.

MARRINER, William Wright, B.Sc., Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., M.I.N.A., M.I.M. and M M.I.E. and S. Scot., Director, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., Glasgow; b. 1868; s. of Rev. J. S. Marriner, D.D., LL.D. Ed. Bradford Grammar School Training: Yorkshire College, Leeds University. Selected by Sir Alfred Yarrow, on the recommendation of Prof. A. Barr; has been with the firm since 1897. Paper before Inst. of Naval Archs. on " Influence of Depth of Water on Speed." Address: c /o Yarrow and Co., Ltd., Glasgow.

MARRIOTT, Hugh Frederick, A.R.S.M., A.R.C.S., M.Inst.M.M. (Past Pres.), M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Min.E., Amer.I.M.M.E., F.G.S., Min. ing Engineer, 39, Eton Avenue, Hampstead, N.W.3. T. A.: " Otmari, London." T. N.: Hampstead 4396. b. 1869. Ed. Bishop's Stortford Grammar School; Royal School of Mines. Silver, Lead and Copper Mines in Spain. In 1891 went to Witwatersrand, South Africa, as Assistant to Hennen Jennings, and has since been connected with mining work in all parts of South Africa. Came to London in 1905 as Consulting Engineer to Wernher, Beit and Co., and is now Consulting Engineer to their successors, the Central Mining and Investment Corporation, London. President Inst.M.M., 1918; R.S.M. Advisory Committee, Imperial College of Science and Technology; Director of several companies; M. Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France; Member of Chemical, Metallurgical and Mining Society of S. Africa, Geological Society of S. Africa, and S. African Institution of Engineers. Now Governor Imperial Mineral Resources Bureau. Publications: "Borehole Surveying," " Deep Level Earth Temperatures," " Value of Rand Deposits," " Francois Cementation Process." Clubs: City Carlton, Royal Automobile, Rand (Johannesburg). War Services.—Ministry of Munitions (Department of Explosives Supply), General Manager of Factories, May, 1915, to November, 1915; Old Boys' Corps, O.C. A Company, October, 1914, to June, 1915.

MARRIOTT, William, M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Mech.E., M.R.San.I., Engr. and Traffic Manager, Midland and Great N. Joint Rly, since 1919. Ed. Neuwied, Lausanne and Exeter. Training: Ransomes and Rapiers, Ipswich, and with the late R. H. Hill. Telford Premiums (2); Miller Prize, Inst. C.E. Pupil and Draughtsman, Waterside Works, Ipswich; Asst. Engr. and Agent, Wilkinson and Jervis; Engr. to the Eastern and Midlands Railway, 1883, and later Loco. Supt.; constructed the Lynn Loop Line, 1886, and the Cromer Line, 1887; Res. Engr. and Loco. Supt., Mid. and G.N. Joint Committee on the purchase of the line by them in 1893 since constructed the N. Walsham and Mundesley and Cromer and Mundesley Lines; also Lowestoft AA Junction Railway, and Breydon Viaduct and Swingbridge; Patentee of the Marriott System of Reinforcement; Member of the Sewers Commission, Eastern Hundreds, Norfolk. Papers, Inst. C.E., " Breydon Viaduct," and " Strengthening and Maintenance Early Iron Bridges." Address: Sheringham, Norfolk. T. A.: " Marriott, Melton-Constable "; " Vigorous, King's Lynn." T. N.: 17 Holt, 79 King's Lynn.

MARSH, Charles William Earle, D.L., J.P., M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Rockdale, Stow Park, Newport, lion. T. N.: 3339 Newport. s. of the late Capt. H. Liodfrey Marsh of Winterbourne Park, Gloucestershire. Pupil of late S. H. Yockney, M.Inst.C.E., and during his pupilage served a period in passing through the various workshops of the Monmouthshire Railway and Canal Co.; for some time an Assistant to S. H. Yockney and Son, on railway, waterworks, and other engineering works. Senior Managing Partner of the Isca Foundry and Engineering Co., Newport, Mon., and London, E.C., where he was engaged for many years in designing, constructing and carrying out engineering undertakings at home and in other countries. Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace for the County of Monmouth and Justice of the Peace for the County Borough of Newport, Mon.; High Sheriff for Monmouthshire, 1900-I. Club: Constitutional, Northumberland Avenue, London.

MARSH, William, M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer and Manager, Corporation Tramways, Brighton. T. N.: 353 P.O. b. 1876. Ed. Bootham School, York, 3i years; Brighton Technical College and Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, the latter under the late Professor Jamieson, taking third place in Honours Course, Electrical Engineering, 1897. Subsequently with Anderson and Munro; Scottish Cyanide Co., Leven; Glasgow Corporation Tramways. Since 1900 in the service of the Brighton Corporation, from 1905 Engineer and Manager. War Services.—Loaned to the Admiralty Labour Department, 1917-18.

MARSHALL, Albert Henry, M.I.E.E. (Member of Council), Cleveland and Durham Electric Power, Ltd., Hinton Bldgs., Middlesbrough.

MARSHALL, Chapman Frederick Dendy, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, M.Loco.E., M.R.Ae.S.; b. 1872; s. of the late Chapman Marshall. Ed. Hurstpierpoint and Trinity College, Cambridge. Training: Cambridge. Inventor of the D.M. 4-cylinder system for Locomotives, and the D.M. Vacuum Feed for Petrol Engines; Technical Examiner to Munitions Inventions Dept. during the War for Engines of all kinds, and during part of the time, for aeronautics; Manager of the M. of M. Journal. Publ.: "Notes on the Variation of Atmospheric Conditions with Altitude " (published for the Munitions Inventions Dept.' by H.M. Stationery Office); also numerous articles in " The Engineer," and other scientific papers. Club: Royal Automobile. Address: Chinthurst Lodge, Wonersh, Guildford. T. A.: " Dendy Marshall, Wonersh." T. N.: 14 Shalford.

MARSHALL, Frederick William, Captain Royal Navy, Naval Engineer, c/o Admiralty, London, S.W.'; b. 1870. Ed. King James Grammar School, Knaresborough; Westminster School; Royal Naval Engineering College, Devonport; Royal Naval College, Greenwich. Assistant Engineer, H.M.S. Edgar, and in various ships of the Navy as Engineer Officer, and on shore training Boy Artificers and Mechanical Ratings for H.M. Service, also Inspector in the Engineer-in-Chief's Department, Admiralty. At present Engineer Officer on the staff of the Vice Admiral Commanding the Reserve Fleet. War Services.—Engineer-Commander, H.M.S. Monarch, Grand Fleet, and Inspector in Engineerin-Chief's Department, Admiralty.

MARSHALL, James, J. P., M.I.Mar.E., M.A.E., Man. Dir., Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd.; b. 1836; s. of William Marshall. Ed. Private Schs. Training: Marshall's Works. Address: Cleveland House, Gainsborough. T. A.: " James Marshall, Gainsborough." T. N.: Gainsborough 81.

MARSHALL, Sir James Brown, K.C.B., C.B., Mem. of Council I.N.A. Ed. Royal School of Naval Architecture and Royal Naval College, Greenwich; since 1867 at the Royal Dockyards and Admiralty; Director of Dockyards and Dockyard Work, 1906-17; b. 1853. Address: Mornington Hall, West Cowes, Isle of Wight.

MARSHALL Percival, A.I.Mech.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, 66, Farringdon Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Prensa, Cent, London." T. N.: 9071 Central. b. 1870. Ed. Finsbury Technical College (Mitchell Scholar); Birkbeck Institute; Municipal Technical School and Owens College, Manchester. Medallist in " Metal Working Tools," City and Guilds of London Institute. Apprenticed in shops of R. Hoe and Co., Ltd., London. Subsequent shop experience with W. H. Allen and Co., Ltd.; Alfred Herbert, Ltd.; Hermet et Miquet (France), and other firms. Draughtsman with Furnival and Co., Ltd., Reddish. Past Chairman of the Junior Institution of Engineers; Past President of the Society of Model and Experimental Engineers; Chairman of the British Association of Trade and Technical Journals. Publications: Sub-editor and editor of various technical journals; founded the present technical publishing business of Percival Marshall and Co. in 1898; editor of " The Model Engineer," and of " Junior Mechanics and Electricity "; author of " Practical Lessons in Metal Turning and Screw-cutting," " Metal Working Tools and their Uses," " Workshop Figures Made Easy." Member of Press Club, Savage Club, Walton Heath Golf Club.

MARSHALL, Roland, M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., Burgh Elec. Engr., Ayr Corporation Address: 9, Carrick Park, Midton Road, Ayr, Scot.

MARSHALL, William Henry Upton, Capt. R.E. (T.), M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., Cons. Elec. and Mech. Engr.; s. of Arthur Upton Marshall. Ed. North London Collegiate School, and St. Mark's College, London. Pupil with late Edward Perrett, Assoc. M.Inst.C.E. Delivered lectures on X-rays, 1896; on Staff of various Cons. Engineers in London; Res. Engr. for Preece and Cardew at H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth, and responsible for carrying out the entire Electrification of the Dockyard and other Admiralty Establishments at Portsmouth during 5 years; then commenced practice as a Cons. Engr.; granted Complission in the Dorset R.E. (Imperial Service Unit) in 1912; at the outbreak of war was mobilized for service with this unit and commanded the 6o6th Co. R.E. for 2, years; appointed Elec. Adviser to the C.R.E., Weymouth District, and also Officer i/c R.E. Machinery; recommenced practice, 1919. Club: Portsmouth Rotary. Address: 2, King's Terrace, Portsmouth.

MARSTON, Charles Frederick, Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Licentiate R.I.B.A., Civil Engineering, chiefly Sewerage, Waterworks and River Work, 36, Market Street, Tamworth, and Masonic Hall Chambers, Sutton Coldfield; b. 1858. Ed. Public school. Articled to late E. J. Purnell, City Surveyor and Water. works Engineer, Coventry. Assistant and afterwards Deputy Borough Surveyor of Walsall; Borough Eng. and Surveyor of Sutton Coldfield, 1889-99; private practice since 1889. Chief Works: Sewerage and Waterworks, Coventry and District; Walsall Sewage Disposal Works and Main Outfall Sewers; sewerage, new road construction and other public works at Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth and elsewhere. Paper mill and river works (weirs and sluices); steel and reinforced concrete construction at Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield.

MARSTON, G. S., Major, R.E. (S.R.), D.S.O., M.C., A.M.I.E.E., A.F.Aer.Inst., Electrical Engineer, 65, Hamlet Mansions, Ravenscourt Park, London, W.; b. 1892. Ed. Cheltenham Grammar School and industrial tuition with The Switchgear Co. and Bray, Skinner and Co., Birmingham, 1912-4, Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, Stafford. As from January 1, 1920, in partnership with J. G. Statter, M.I.E.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Queen Anne's Chambers, Westminster, S.W.I. At present Electrical and Mechanical Adviser to C.E. London. Chief Works: Inventions relating to electrical apparatus, and also mechanical requirements for war services. War Services.—From September 4, 1914, Command of Field Company, Royal Engineers, 34 years; part time as C.R.E. Division, during which period carried out the erection of heavy iron girder bridges.

MARTIN, Arthur J., M.Inst.C.E., M.Cons.E., F.G.S., F.R.San.I., F.I.S.E., Water Supply, Sewerage, Sewage Disposal, Land Drainage, Flood Prevention. Address: 44, St. George's Square, Westminster, S.W. b. 1864; s. of late John M. Martin, C.E., Exeter; m. Ownye Salwey; d. of Rev. A. H. McLaughlin, Overdale, Malvern Link. Ed. Hele's School, Exeter, and Lord Weymouth's Grammar School, Warminster. Articled to his father. Chief Assistant to City Engineer, Exeter; Civil Engineer to General Electric Co. (New York). Partner in firm of Cameron, Commin and Martin. In private practice since 1904. President, Association of Managers of Sewage Disposal Works, 1920 and 1921. Pres., Institution of Sanitary Engineers (1911 and 1912); Drainage Inspector under Board of Agriculture (1918-9). Publications: " The Sewage Problem "; papers and lectures on• Power Transmission, etc. Clubs: St. Stephen's; Victoria Working Men's. War Services.—Held commission (1909-18) in znd London Sanitary Company R. A.M.C. (T.F.); 914-8— Commanded company with rank of Major. Recruited and trained officers and men for overseas Sanitary Sections; acted as Sanitary Officer at several home stations.

MARTIN, David, O.B.E., T.M., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 45, Hope Street, Glasgow. T. A.: "Reyrocolim, Glasgow." T. N.: Central 24 566. b. 1874. Ed. Allan Glen's School and Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Apprenticeship, St. Rollox Iron Works, Glasgow; Andrews and Preece, Bradford, and D. and G. Graham, Glasgow. Honours in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Assistant Works Manager, Andrews and Preece, Bradford; Assistant and Lecturer in Electrical Engineering under late Prof. Andrew Jamieson, M.Inst. C.E., Glasgow (Royal Technical College); Assistant Works Manager, William McGeoch and Co., Ltd., Birmingham; Chief Electrical Engineer and Works Manager. Mechan's, Ltd., Scotstoun Iron Works, and Naval Contractors, Scotstoun, Glasgow; Works Manager, Ferranti, Ltd., Hollinwood, Manchester; Manager and Representative in Scotland for A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., Hebburn-on-Tyne, and St. Helens Cable and Rubber Co., Ltd., Warrington. Chief Works: Electrical work on over forty ships for Royal Navy; Glasgow Tramways; Glasgow Electricity Supply; South Lancashire Trams and Power Co., etc. Assistant (casualties) Surveyor, Board of Trade and Police (fatal accidents). President, Students' Representative Council, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 1896-7; Hon. Local Secretary, West of Scotland Branch of Association of Mining Electrical Engineers, 1910-19; Vice-President of same, 1919-20-21. Clubs: Scottish Constitutional and Junior Conservative, Glasgow. War Services.—With 5th (Territorial) Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), in France and Belgium, 1914-15-16; Capt. 5th Cadet Battalion; Chief Investigation Officer to Ministry of Munitions, October, 1916, to March, 1919.

MARTIN, Ernest Branwhite, Lieut.-Colonel, D.S.O., M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Borough Engineer, Salford. T. N.: Manchester City 4313. b. 1871; s. of Joseph Martin, J. P., Littleport, Cambs; m. Edith, d. of Dr. J. W. Pinder, Horsforth, Yorks_ Ed. Bedford, Hastings, and Yorkshire College. Articled to E. J. Silcock, M.Inst.C.E., Borough Engineer, King's Lynn; Deputy City Engineer, Leeds; Borough and Waterworks Engineer, Rotherham; Borough Engineer, Salford. Chief Works: Tramways, waterworks, bridges, tunnels, roads, sewage works, etc. War Services.—Served in France as A.D. Roads, 3rd Army; received two mentions in Dispatches, D.S.O., and Chevalier de Legion d'Honneur.

MARTIN, Francis, M.I.Mech.E., Waterworks. Engr. and Manager, Mid-Sussex Joint Water Bd., Boltro Road, Haywards Heath.

MARTIN, Francis Grimshaw, B.Sc. (Lond, and B 'ham), Hons. in Chemistry, F.I.C., Metallurgist; in charge of Alfred Holt and Co.'s Laboratories; b. 1878. Ed. University of Birmingham. Training: Birmingham University, and Municipal Technical School Address: c /o Messrs. Alfred Holt and Co., India Bdgs., Water Street, Liverpool. T. A.:" Odyssy, Liverpool." T. N.: Bank 300.

MARTIN, Geoffrey Edward, Captain, B.A. (Hons.), A.M.I.E.E., Elec. Engr., B.B. and C.I. Railway Co., Bombay, India, since 1920; b. 1893; s. of Rev. Grantley Martin, M.A., of Guildford. Ed. Tonbridge School; City and Guilds College, Finsbury; Trinity College, Cambridge. Metropolitan Vickers Elec. Co., Manchester, 1912-14; Commission R.G.A., 1914; served with Io8th Heavy Battery, R.G.A., B.E.F.; Seconded with M. of M., 1918-19; Chief A Elec.:Engr's Dept., L. and N.W. Railway, Euston, 1919-20. Club: Public Schools.

MARTIN, Henry Stuart, M.I.Min.E., M.Inst. M.M., Cons. Min. Engr. to Central Min. and Investment Corporation, Ltd., London; b. 1873; 3rd s. of Henry W. Martin, Min. Engr., Cardiff. Ed. Royal Shrewsbury School, and Royal School of Mines. 5 years at Dowlais Collieries, Dowlais Iron Co.; 4 years Manager of the largest new Colliery—Dowlais, Cardiff Colliery: on amalgamation of Collieries under Guest, Keen and Nettlefold, appointed Deputy Agent for the Dowlais Group and Acting Gen. Manager, 1907-8; appointed Cons. Min. Engr. to H. Eckstein and Co. (now The Central Min. and Investment Corporation, Ltd.), Johannesburg, Transvaal, 1908; responsible for the present modern Lay-out of the Modderfontein B. and New Modderfontein Gold Mines, Johannesburg, and other companies, Coal and Gold. Residence: Dowlais, Parktown, Johannesburg. Member of the Rand Club.

MARTIN, Leopold Julian, B.Sc. (Hon s.), M.I.E. (India), M.A.E., Manager and Engr.-in-Chief, Baroda State Railways., Baroda, India; b. 1885. Ed. City of London School, and London University. M. Bombay Eng. Congress, etc. Previously Executive Engr., B.B. and C.I. Railway Co., Bombay. Publ.: " Mechanical Transport for Military Purposes," and various contributions to the Technical Press. Clubs: East India United Service, and Royal Bombay Yacht.

MARTIN, Nathaniel, B.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., A.M.I.E.E., Civil and Electrical Engineer, Erskine Finchfield, Wolverhampton. T. N.: 2Y3 Tettenhall. b. 1884. Ed. Allan Glen's School, Royal Technical College, Glasgow University. Member of the National Liberal Club. War Services.—Captain, Royal Air Force.

MARTINDALE, W. B. H., Major, Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., Civil, Mech., Automobile Engr.; s. of the late Col. B. H. Martindale, R.E., C.B., etc. Ed. Privately. Training: Sir W. G. Armstrong, Mitchell and Co., and other places. Address: Merrow, near Guildford, Surrey. T. A.: " Merrow."

MARTINEAU, F. Leigh, M.I.Mech.E., M.I. A.E., Automobile and Mar. Engr., 5, Old Queen Street, S.W.I. T. N.: Vic. 7660. b.1874; youngest s. of late Francis E. Martineau, of Solihull, Warwickshire. Ed. Mason Sc. College, Birmingham (now Birmingham University); and app. with Piercy and Co., Broad Street, Birmingham. Asst. Works Manager, Premier Cycle Co., Coventry, 1896; Chief Designer, New Beeston Cycle Co., Coventry, 1897; partner in firm of James and Browne, 1898, until conversion into Limited Co., 1901, when Director and Works Manager to 1904, manufacturers of motor vehicles; Managing Director of Pilgrim's Way Motor Co., Farnham, Surrey, 19o5-9; Consulting Engineer from that date on. Chief Works: Originator of the James and Browne system of automobile; designer of the Pilgrim engine and chassis; inventor and designer of the Hele-Shaw Martineau electro-hydraulic steering gear for ships. Member of Council of Institution of Automobile Engineers, from 1906 to date. Publications: Various papers before the Institution of Automobile Engineers, Institution of Marine Engineers in England, and Society of Automotive Engineers of U.S.A. Club: Royal Automobile.

MARTLEW, Sydney George, B.Eng.(Hons.), M.I.Mech.E M .I.Mar.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer and Surveyor, 19, Hide Road, Harrow. T. N.: Harrow 332. b. 188o; s. of Hon. Lieut. George Martlew, Royal Navy (retired), and m. 1909, Florence, d. of late Samuel Moss, merchant. Ed. Higher School, Portsmouth; H.M. Dockyard School, and Portsmouth Technical College. Engineering apprentice, Royal Dockyards, 1894-1900; Member of staff of Boiler Committee, 1899-1901; Marine Engineer, 1901-4, leaving as Chief Engineer of passenger-mail steamer; Engineer in Chinese Service under late Sir Robert Hart, 1905-7; Engineer connected with Admiralty Service, 1907-12; Engineer-Inspector with Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers, Ltd., and allied firms, 1913-14; Engineer-Surveyor with leading Insurance Companies, 1914; Chief Engineer under Local Government Board, 1915-17; Chief Assistant Charing Cross, West End and City Electricity Supply Co., Ltd., 1918-19; Works Manager, Jenkins, Ltd., Yorkshire, 1919; since 1919, Chief Engineer, Kodak, Ltd. Holds highest Government and other Engineering Examination Diplomas; C.G.I. Medallist. Publications: Contributions on numerous technical subjects to works' magazines and to Transactions of Engineering Societies; "Solid Fuels," 1915, embodying results of author's pioneer work on industrial application of low grade and waste combustibles. Member of Institutionof Engineers and Shipbuilders (Hong-Kong), 1904; Member of Institute of Engineers (Shanghai), 1905; Member of Committees of Institute of Marine Engineers, 1916. Member of several sport and recreation clubs. War Services.—South African War, Engineer Officer of Transport; Russo-Japanese War, Engineer Officer of Transport; the Great War, helped organize and carry on munition manufactures.; trained in technology large numbers of Naval, Military, and Air Force officers, men and women.

MARWOOD, Horace Richard, Minst.C.E.,, Railway, Dock and Harbour Engr.; Gen. Mangr. and Chief Res. Engr., Govt. Railways., Trinidad, B.W.I.; b. Dec., 1857; s. of late Frederick Marwood, Sec. of the. Taft Vale Railway and Assoc. Co.'s. Ed. Taunton, Somersetshire. Training : Taff Vale Railway and privately at Cardiff. Pupil under late Geo. Fisher, M.Inst.C.E.; Asst. Engr., Taff Vale Railway; Asst. Engr., Cape of Good Hope Railways., also in charge of district on construction; Asst. Engr., Selangor Govt. Railways.; S.S. Co.'s Engr., Sungei Ujong Railway, S.S.; in charge portion of Surveys, Pyreaus-Larissa. Railway, Greece, and Chf. de division on construction; Engr. for Works and Maintenance, Trinidad Govt. Railways.; acted as Gen. Man. on several occasions;, Gen. Man. and Chief Engr.; Seconded Chief Res. Engr., Railway Extensions, Trinidad; reverted Gen. Man. and Chief Res. Engr., Trinidad Govt. Railways.; Report, Barbados Govt. Railway; is Chairman, Bd. of Industrial Training; a Member of the Harbour Bd. and of several Ctees. Club : Union (Trinidad). Address : Government Railways., Port of Spain, Trinidad.. T. A.: " Railways., Trinidad."

MARX, Renold, Major (Reserve of Officers),. M.C., B.Sc., Diplom. Ingenieur, Mechanical Engineer (Papermaking), 9, Clifton Street, Finsbury Square, London, E.C.2. T. A. : " Knead (Finsquare)." T. N.: Central 9834. b. 1888; s. of Robert and Anne Marx; m. Ella, d. of J. Porter-Harris 47 ....[missing - see image]

MASON, Archibald Victor, M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Electric Railway House, London, S.W. T. N.: Victoria 6800. b. 1874. Ed. at Sherborne. Pupil at Brush Electric Engineering Co., Loughborough. Deputy Manager and Engineer, London United Tramways Co., Metropolitan Electric Tramways Co., South Metropolitan Electric Tramways and Lighting Co.

MASON, Cecil Charles, O.B.E., M.A., Joint Man. Dir., Cambridge and Paul Instrument Co., Ltd.; .b. 188o; s. of Walter Mason, M.B.E. Ed. and Training: Clifton College, and Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Iith Wrangler, 1902; First Class Mech. Sc. Tripos, 1903. Career: 1905-10—With Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., at Elswick Ordnance Works; since 1910 with the Cambridge Scientific Instrument Co., now The Cambridge and Paul Instrument Co., Ltd.; on the Bd. of the Optical Manufacturers' Mutual Insurance Assoc.; Associate Member of the •Ordnance Committee, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich; 1917-18—Tech. Asst. to the Controller of Gun Ammunition, M. of M., in addition to work with the •Co.; also served on the panel of the Munitions Invention Dept. Address: Beverley, Bentley Road, •Cambridge. T. A.: " Instrument, Cambridge." T. N.: 615 Cambridge, (Business); 890 Cambridge (Private).

MASON, Capt. Charles Edward, R.E., M.I. Mech.E., Chief Mech. and Elec. Engr., Rand Water Bd., P.O. Box 1703, Johannesburg, Tranzvaal.

MASON, Frank, A.M.I.E.E., M.Inst.Met., Electro-Metallurgical Engineer, 52, Carter Knowle Road, Sheffield. T. N.: Central 4374. Ed. at Sheffield. Training at Sheffield Technical School, University College, and University of Sheffield. General Consultant in Electro-Metallurgical Engineering; Lecturer in above subject at University of Sheffield; Manager at Mappin and Webb's, Ltd., The Royal Works, Sheffield. Member of Committee of Institute of Metals (Sheffield Section). Publications: Papers before Sheffield Electro-Metallurgical Society, and Sheffield Society of Applied Metallurgy. War Services.—Engaged in electro-metallurgical research (Ministry of Munitions), electro-metallurgical research (Electro-Metallurgical Committee).

MASON, Humphrey Francis, D.S.O., Assoc. M.Inst.C.E.,A.M.I.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Northcliffe, Felixstowe, Suffolk. b. 1884. Ed. Rugby School and King's College, London. Apprenticed to Ransome's and Rapier, Ipswich. Director of Mason's Portland Cement Co., Ltd., Claydon, near Ipswich. Member of County Club Ipswich, and Public Schools Club. War Services.—H.A.C., 1914; Macedonia, 1915-18. Late Temporary Major, R.G.A. D.S.O.

MASON, William, D.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., Prof. of Eng. (Strength of 24 Materials), University of Liverpool; b. 1872. Ed. Private School and Owens College, Manchester. Pupil of James Diggle, F.G.S., M.Inst.C.E. Railway and other works. Papers in Proceedings of Insts. of Mech. and Civil Engrs., Royal Soc., Physical Soc., etc. Club: University, Liverpool.

MASTERS, Frederick Hill, Capt. R.E. (T.), 0.B.E., T.D., M.I.E.E., Elec. Engr. Ed. St. Paul's School; Finsbury Technical College; King's College, London, and Heidelberg, Germany. Asst. in Elec. Engr.'s Dept., H.M. Dockyard, Chatham; Chief Asst. Editor " The Electrician "; Editor, " The Electrician," 1919. War Services: Five years and three months' service as Lt. and then as Captain, R.E. (T.F.).; mainly engaged on anti-aircraft work, twice mentioned in Dispatches. Club: Junior Army and Navy. Address: 8, Bouverie Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Benbrotric, Fleet, London." T. N.: City 9853.

MATHER, Loris Emerson, M.I.Mech.E., Chairman of Directors, Mather and Platt, Ltd.; b. 1886; s. of Rt. Hon. Sir William Mather. Ed. and Training: Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge; and Technical College (Technische Hochschule), Darmstadt. Career: With Mather and Platt, Ltd., Manchester; Director, Indented Bar and Concrete Eng. Co., Ltd. Club: Brooks'. Address: Park Works, Manchester.

MATHER, Richard, B.Met., Metallurgical Inspector, Government of India, since 1919; b. 1886; s. of Richard Mather. Ed. Sheffield. Training: University of Sheffield. Mappin Medallist. Metallurgist, Ormesby Ironworks, Middlesbrough, 1907-1; Deputy Director, Metallurgical Research, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, 1911-19. Club: United Service, Calcutta. Address: Tatanagar, B.N.R., India. T. A.: "Mather, Tatanagar."

MATHER, Thomas, Wh.Sch., M.I.E.E., F.R.S., Prof. of Elec. Eng., City and Guilds Eng. College; Imperial College of Sc. and Technology, S. Kensington; b. 1856; s. of John Mather. Ed. Owens College, Manchester. Training: St. Paul's Sc. Classes and Soho Foundry, Preston. First Wh. School, 1878; First Royal Ex., 1881; Ashbury Eng. School, Manchester; Hons. in Math. and Eng., Manchester; Hons. Medal in Chemistry, 1882, Normal College of Sc., S. Kensington. Junior Asst. to late Prof. W. E. Ayrton, F.R.S., 1882; First Asst., 1885-1908; Successor, 1909, as Prof. of Elec. Eng., City and Guilds Eng. College; devoted particular attention to Elec. Measuring Instruments, and made inventions relating to Narrow Coil Galvanometers, Field Testers, Universal Shunts, Non-inductive Resistances, Electrostatic Voltmeters, Electrometers, Wattmeters, and Current Weighers for Measurements of very high precision; in assoc. with F. E. Smith, A.R.C.S., F.R.S., O.B.E., made determinations of the Ampere and of the E.M.F. of the Normal Cadmium Cell in absolute measure, and the Electro-Chemical Equivalent of Silver, of a precision previously unattained; F.R.S., 1902; late Examiner in the Universities of London, Durham and Manchester; Member of the Faculties of Sc., and of Eng., and of the Bds. of Studies in Elec. Eng., Civil and Mech. Eng., and Min. and Metallurgy in that University. Publ.: "Practical Electricity " (Ayrton and Mather), " Exercises in Elec. Eng." (Mather and Howe). Address: 37, Wyatt Park Road, Streatham Hill, S.W.2.

MATHER, Rt. Hon. Sir William, P.C., Kt., J.P., Hon. LL.D. Princeton and Victoria Universities, M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I. and S.I., b. 1838. Late Chairman of Mather and Platt, Ltd., Manchester. Clubs: Reform, Brooks's, Devonshire. Address: Manchester; Bramble Hill, New Forest, Hampshire.

MATHESON, Arthur Harold, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Civil Engineer (Dock and Harbour), 103, Clarendon Road, Southsea, Hants. b. 1883; s. of Captain Matheson; m. Amy Muriel Blight. Ed. Plymouth College. Civil Engineering pupil with Sir John Jackson, at the Keyham Dockyard Extension Works. Spent 9 years with Sir John Jackson, at the Keyham Dockyard Extension Works, 6 months with Walter Scott and Middleton, and the rest of the time has been in the employ of the Admiralty Works Department, occupying respective positions as follows: Civil Engineering Assistant, Assistant Civil Engineer, Civil Engineer. Chief Works: Keyham Dockyard Extension Works, involving an expenditure of three millions; Queens' Dock, Belfast; Portsmouth Dockyard New Lock Works; Royal Air Force Training Establishment, Clanwell, where at present Officer in Charge of Works.

MATHESON, Donald A., J.P., M.Inst.C.E., Lt.-Col. in Railway and Engr. Staff Corps (T.D.), General Manager and Consulting Curl Engineer, 'Caledonian Railway, 302, Buchanan Street, Glasgow. T. A.: "Caley, Glasgow." T. N.: 3614 Douglas, 'Glasgow. Ed. Perth Academy and Watt College, Edinburgh. Chief Assistant to Engineer for the Lancashire and Yorkshire District of London and North Western Railway; Contractors' Engineer .and Agent on many important railway works; Resident Engineer on construction of Glasgow Central Underground Railway; Engineer-in-Chief of Caledonian Railway, during which time directed the .design and construction of numerous works of magnitude; two of which were the extension of Glasgow Central Station and the railway bridge .across the River Clyde at Glasgow. Justice of the Peace for the County of the City of Glasgow; Member of the Railway Executive Committee, 1914-19; Chairman of General Managers' Conference of Associated Railway Companies of Great Britain, 1917; Past President of Glasgow Association of 'Students of Institution of Civil Engineers, and Past Vice-President of Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland; awarded James Watt Gold .Medal and George Stephenson Gold Medal in respect -of papers read before Institution of Civil Engineers on Railway Engineering subjects.

MATHEWS, Charles Bernard, Assoc.M.Inst. ,C.E., Civil Engineer, c/o Concrete, Ltd., Haigh Park Road, Stourton, Leeds. T. A.: " Conlimcrete, Leeds." T. N.: 26549 Leeds. b. 1886. Ed. Felsted, Essex, and Bristol University. Two and a half years with P. W. and C. S. Meik, Swansea New Dock.; 3 years with Li vesay, Son and Henderson, Nuevo Puerto, Buenos Aires, South America; one year with Concrete, Ltd., Haigh Park Road, Stourton, Leeds. At present, Managing Director of Concrete, Ltd. War Services.—One year in England, and 2 I years in France, with the Royal Engineers.

MATHEWS, Charles James, M.Inst.C.E., _M.I.Mech.E., Civil, Mech. and Elec. Engr. Chicf Inspector of Machinery and Chairman of the Bd. of Examiners under Inspection of Machinery Act, for the State of W. Australia; b. 1868. Ed. Wellington College and Canterbury College, New Zealand. Training: N.Z. Govt. Railways. Career: Special Draughtsman and Asst. Engr., P.W.D., W. Australia, 1893-9; engaged on Designs of Rolling Stock, Harbour Works (Dredging and Jetties) and Water Supply Works; in charge of the Inspection of Machinery Dept. since 1899; also considerable Advisory Work for other Departments. Club: Civil Service. Address: 18, Ventnor Avenue, West Perth.

MATHEWS, D. H. F., H.M. Senior Inspector of Mines; Member of the Manchester Geological and Min. Soc., and the Federated Inst. of Min. Engrs. Address: Hoole, Chester.

MATHIAS, Frederick Vincent L., M.E.E Elec. and Tramways Engr., Warrington Corporation Address: "Bangalore," Grappenhall, near Warrington.

MATHIESON, James Gray, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Civil Engineer, Overdale, Woodford Green, Essex. T. N.: Woodford 506. b. 1877. Ed. University College, London. Director of W. H. A. Robertson and Co., Ltd., engineers, Lynton Works, Bedford.

MATRAVERS, Frederick George, Engr. Lieut.Commander, R.N., M.A. (Cantab.), A.M.I. Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E., Mechanical, Electrical and Metallurgical Engineer, Crescent Drive, Hart Hill, Luton. T. A.: " Adamant, Luton." T. N.: 564 and 236 Luton. b. 1886. Ed. Haileybury, Clare College, Cambridge. Engineering pupil at W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Ltd., Bedford. Assistant Designer of Turbines and Pumps at W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Ltd.; Technical Adviser, Engineer (Resident), in India (3 years), 1911-14; Engineer (Afloat), H.M. Navy, 1914-19; General Manager, Adamant Engineering Co., Ltd., Luton. War Services.—Served on H.M.S. Africa, H.M.S. Vanguard, H.M.S. Ajax, H.M.S. Neptune.

MATTHEWS, E. R., Professor, B.Sc. (Eng.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., F.R.S.E., F.R.San.I., Municipal and Civil Engineer, University of London, University College, Gower Street, London, W.C. T. A.: "Matthews, University College." T. N.: 3979 Central. b. 1873; third s. of late William Henry Matthews, Chief Officer of Coast Guards, Hastings Division; one of the few survivors of the ill-fated troopship " Birkenhead," in 1852; in. in 1900, Bessie, d. of Geo. Barker of Toppesfield, Essex, 2 s., 3 d. Ed. St. Michael's School, Hastings. Entered the office of the Borough Engineer of Hastings, P. H. Palmer, M.Inst.C.E., in 189o, and served under him as an assistant for 9 years. 1898-1914—Borough Engineer of Bridlington, Yorkshire, and Consulting Engineer to several other local authorities; Special Lecturer on " Harbours and Coast Defence Works," to the Manchester University, 1914; Member of the Council of the Institution of Municipal and County Engineers, 1913-14; Addressed the British Association at Birmingham, 1913; Diploma of Associate Membership, Institution of Civil Engineers (by Exam.), 1906; Diploma (by Exam.), Institution of Municipal and County Engineers, and of the Royal Sanitary Institute. Chief Works: Engineering and architectural works designed and carried out at Bridlington and elsewhere, valued at 250,000. Chadwick Professor of Municipal Engineering in the University of London, from 1914; and Consulting Engineer at Westminster; Specialist in Coast Protection Works; Consultant to a number of Local Authorities re Coast Protection and Reinforced Concrete Construction. Publications: " Coast Erosion and Protection " (Griffin, 2nd Edition); " Reinforced Concrete Construction " (Adams and Matthews), (Longmans, 2nd Edition); " Refuse Disposal " (Griffin); " Dam Construction " (Griffin); " Logarithms and Trigonometry " (St. Brides' Press). Clubs: University College Club, Gower Street, W.C. War Services.—Served in France and Belgium as a " Specialist Sanitary Officer," from November r, 1915, to January 22, 1919; Commanding Officer (Captain R.A.M.C.) of the 34th and 57th Sanitary Sections. Awarded the 1914-15 Imperial Star; twice mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's dispatches; twice awarded the Royal Humane Society's Certificate on Vellum for saving life.

MATTHEWS, Richard Borlase, Wh.Ex., A ssoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., F.R.Ae.S., M.B.E. S.A., Cons. Elec. Engr.; b. 1878; s. of R. J. Matthews, of Swansea. Ed. Swansea Grammar School Training: Swansea Technical College; Royal College of Sc. and School of Mines, London; Central Technical College, London. App. with Millbrook Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Swansea; Asst. Engr., Robert W. Blackwell and Co., Ltd., London, and National Electric Co., Milwaukee, U.S.A.; Departmental Engr., General Electric Co., Schenectady, U.S.A.; Chief Engr., Edison Electric Light and Power Co., Amsterdam, U.S.A.; Cons. Engr., 1906 (eventually associating with W. B. Esson, M.Inst.C.E.), specializing in Extra High Tension Electric Transmission Lines, Electric Power Station Design and Development, coupled with Electric Illuminating and Electric Heating; was responsible for the first Electric Kitchen, supplying over 200 dinners daily, and the extension of the general Domestic Uses of Electricity; Patentee of the " Electric Mary Ann," or Domestic General Utility Motor; also of Variable Voltage Electric Heaters; in 1908 he incorporated Aeronautical Work with his practice, becoming the first Cons. Aeronautical Engr.; during the War was on the Staff of the Technical Dept. of the Air Ministry; has since devoted his attention to Experimental Work in connection with the applications of Electricity to Agriculture. Publ.: Author of " Electricity for Everybody," a handbook for Central Station Engrs.; " Aviation Pocket Book " (Annual); " The Commercial Development of Elec. Supply Undertakings." Papers before the I.E.E. and the R.Ae.S. Address: Greater Felcourt, East Grinstead. T. A. and T. N.: "Matthews, 45 Lingfield."

MATTHEWS, Sir Thomas, M.Inst.C.E. (former Vice-Pres.), Trevean, Herbert Road, Chelston, Torquay.

MATTHEWS, Wilfrid Joseph, Capt. R.E.(T.), M.I.Mech.E.,.J Inst E, Port Engr. Surveyor; Surveyor to B.C., A.B., R.N.I., I. J.C., N.V., B.V.; b. 1880; s. of Joseph Matthews, Cirencester. Ed. Cirencester Grammar School Training: Various Technical Insts. Career: Full Training in Works, Marine, Seagoing, Docks and Ship and Engr. Surveyorship, from 1896. War Service: 616th Co., R.E., 1914-18, Rank Capt., and Director of Ship Repairs, Constantinople and Black Sea, 1918-19 (Admiralty); Colonial Govt. appt. at Gibraltar t") g Aug. I, 1919. House Address: Rosia Cottage. Office Address: 18, Cornwall's Lane, Gibraltar. T. A.: "Repsalve, Gib." T. N.: 114 and 25A.

MATTHEWS, Sir William, K.C.M.G., M.Inst. C.E. (P.-Pres., Member of Council), of Coode, Matthews, Fitzmaurice and Wilson, Cons. Engrs., 9, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.I. T. A.: " Penlee, Vic." T. N.: Victoria 47.

MATTHEWS, William, M.In st.C.E., F.R. San.I. (Member of Council), P.-Pres. I. Water E., Chairman of Sectional Committee on C.I. Pipes, B.E.S.A., Director of South Hants Waterworks Co.; Cons. Waterworks Engr.; b. 1857. Engr. for works of Water Supply for Southampton, Peterborough, Poole, Ryde, Andover, Henley-on-Thames, Heathfield and District, South Hants Co., Grantham, Gosport, and other places; also engaged in a large number of Bills in Parliament and arbitration proceedings. Various Papers for the Inst.C.E., Inst. of Water Engrs., etc. Address: 39, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.I. T. N.: 5902 Victoria.

MATTICK, Victor Alexander, A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.R.S.E., Mechanical Engineer, 83, St. James's Avenue, Beckenham, Kent. T. A.: " Mattick, Beckenham." T. N.: London Wall 6049. Ed. Clevedon College. Pupil of Saxby and Farmer, Ltd., engineers and contractors, 53, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. Chief Assistant Signal Superintendent, Engineer's Department, Buenos Aires and Pacific Railway, Argentina. Managing Partner in the Timesaver Tractor and Implement Co., 23, Coleman Street, London, E.C.; Director, Arnott and Harrison, Ltd., Engineers. War Services.—Inspecting Officer, London Division D.I.G.A. (S), Ministry of Munitions; Resident Inspecting Officer, Hackney Marshes National Projectile Factory, London.

MATTINSON, Henry, Major, R.E. (T.), Assoc. M. Inst. C. E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., M.Inst.T., Civil Engineer, 55, Piccadilly, Manchester. T. A.: "Tramways, Manchester." T. N.:.7800 City, Manchester; ic6 Sale. b. 1876. Ed. Bradford Grammar School, Bradford Technical College. Articles with Duncan and Pickard, civil and mining engineers, Leeds. Appointments with J. Richardson, M.Inst.C.E., civil engineer, Leeds; City Engineer's Office, Hull; Borough Engineer's Office, Wolverhampton, and Tramways. Department, Manchester Corporation. Now Chief Civil Engineer, Tramways Department, Manchester, system comprising 203 miles of track, capital outlay, L2,250,000. Chief Works: Tramways, Hull and Wolverhampton, and the whole Manchester system and subsidiary works of roadways, bridges, car sheds, etc. Club: Engineer's, Manchester. War Services.—Adjutant and subsequently Superintendent of bridging instruction, Royal Engineer's Training Centre, Western Command, rank Captain, 1915-17; Construction Engineer, Light Railways, E.E.F., rank Major, 1917-19; constructed over too miles light railways, and restored over 600 miles captured Turkish railways between Tul-Keram, Haifa, Derra, Damascus, Beirut and Aleppo.

MAUDSLAY, Joseph, M.I.Mech.E., Secretary General, Egyptian State Railways., Cairo, Egypt.

MAUDSLAY, Reginald Walter, M.I.Mech.E., Man. Dir., Standard Motor Co., Coventry.

MAUGHAN, Nicholas M.Inst.C.E., M.R. San.I., Drainage Engr., Bombay Municipality, since 1901; b. 1875; s. of Nicholas Sheffield Maughan. Ed. Westminster. Training: Crystal Palace Eng. School Articled to John Taylor, Sons and Santo Crimp, 1895; Res. Engr., Enfield Waterworks, Woking Main Drainage, and Ilford Main Drainage; Officer Commanding No. 3 Elec. Co., R.E., Auxiliary Force, India. Club: Royal Bombay Yacht. Address: Yacht Club Chambers, Bombay, India.

MAUNSELL, Richard Edward Lloyd, C.B.E., M.A. (T.C.D.), M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer, S.E. and C. Railway Works, Ashford, Kent. T. A.: "'Locomotive, Ashford." T. N.: Ashford 32. b. 1868. Ed. Armagh Royal School and Trinity College, Dublin. Engineering training at Inchicore Works, G.S. and W. Railway, Ireland, and Horwich Works, London and Yorkshire Railway. District Foreman at Fleetwood, London and Yorkshire Railway; District Locomotive Superintendent, East Indian Railway; Works Manager, Inchicore Works, G.S. and W. Railway, Ireland; Locomotive Engineer, G.S. and W. Railway, Ireland; Chief Mechanical Engineer, S.E. and C. Railway; President, Institution of Locomotive Engineers, 1916. Member of the Constitutional Club, London. War Services.—Railway work in England and France.

MAURICE, C. J. K., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Roads and Bridges Engineer, Manton Grange, Marlborough. T. A.: "Manton, Marlborough." T. N.: 26. b. 1875. Ed. Marlborough College. Articled to R. J. Thomas, M.Inst.C.E. Assistant to County Surveyor, Buckinghamshire; Surveyor, South-Eastern District, Worcester County; Deputy Chief Engineer, Roads and Bridges, P.W.D., Transvaal. Clubs: Boodles, Royal Automobile. War Services.—Roads and Ranges Officer, Western Command; Staff Officer, Chief Engineer, Third Army; Staff Officer to Chief Engineer, Southern Command.

MAVOR, Sam, M.I.E.E., Vice-Pres. I.Min.E., Vice-Pres. Min.I.Scot., Vice-Pres. North West Eng. Employers' Assoc., a Director of the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, etc., Elec., Mech. and Min. Engr.; Man. Dir., Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., Glasgow; b. 1863; s. of Rev. James Mavor, M.A. Ed. Glasgow. Training: Glasgow, Chelmsford, and London. With the late H. A. Mavor pioneered Elec. Eng. in Scotland, and among other works established at Glasgow the first generating station for the public supply of electricity in Scotland; also pioneered the application of electric power in coal-mines and developed coal-cutting machines and underground conveyors; introduced machine mining on extensive scale in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and other coal-mining countries in Europe and beyond. Numerous papers on Elec. Machine Min., and Geographical subjects. Clubs: Glasgow Art; St. Stephen's, Westminster. Address: 47, Broad Street, Mile-end, Glasgow. T. A.: "Care, Prodigious." T. N.: Bridgeton 960.

MAW, William Henry, LL.D., Vice-Pres. Inst.C.E., Past Pres. I.Mech.E., Past Pres. R.A.S., F.R.G.S., F.R.M.S., Joint Editor of "Engineering " since 1866. Address: 18, Addison Road, Kensington, W. i 4; Outwood, Surrey; and 35 and 36, Bedford Street, London, W.C.2. T. A.: " Engineer21 ing, Westrand, London." T. N.: Gerrard 3663 and 8598 and Park 2208. b. Scarborough, December 6, 1838; s. of W. M. Maw, Scarborough; m. 1867, Emily, d. of Thomas Chappell. Professional Training in works of Great Eastern Railway, 1855-65. Member of Royal Commission for St. Louis Exhibition, 1904. Publications: Joint author of the. " Waterworks of London," and " Road and Railway Bridges "; author of " Recent Practice in Marine Engineering "; " Double Star Observations " (memoirs, R.A.S.), etc. Recreations: Astronomy and microscopy. Club: Royal Thames Yacht, Garrick. War Services.--Member of Ministry of Munitions, Inventions Panel.

MAWBEY, Enoch George, M.Inst.C.E., F.R. San.I., F.R.Met.S., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Civir Engineer, City Engineer and Surveyor, Town Hall, Leicester. T. N.:384 Leicester (private) 375. b. 185o. Held various public appointments with Local Author. ities. Borough and Waterworks Engineer, Kings. Lynn; City Engineer and Surveyor, York. Now City Engineer and Surveyor, Leicester. Engaged on extensive sewerage and sewage disposal schemes;. floods prevention, works and bridges; town planning and housing schemes. President, Leicesteishire. Automobile Club; Past President of the Institute of Municipal and County Engineers.

MAWSON, Maurice Bryham, Assoc.M.Inst.. C.E., Chief Civil Engineer to United Engineers, Ltd., Singapore; b. 1875. Ed. Marlborough College; Folkestone Technical College. Articled to the late. James Mansergh, F.R.S., President, Institution of Civil Engineers and engaged on the Birmingham Welsh Water Supply. Resident Engineer on Birmingham, Tynemouth, Sandringham and Stockport Water Schemes; Agent and Engineer for Airds. Ltd., Sandringham and Singapore Waterworks, Ander-. son Bridge, Tanjong Pagar Dock Works; Consulting Civil Engineer in Singapore and British North Borneo Chief Civil Engineer to United Engineers,. Ltd.; Temporary Officer, Royal Engineers, Mesopotamia, in charge of construction of Basrah slipways, Cofferdam and Wharves, and of Bagdad Maude and other bridges. Chief Works: Designed and con-. structed Jesselton and Sandakan Water Supplies; Jesselton Reclamation, quay, piers and wharves; and numerous reinforced concrete buildings and wharves in the Straits Settlements. Clubs: Thatched House; Sports. War Services.—Royal Engineers, 1916-19, Mesopotamia.

MAXWELL, R. S., Personal Technical Assistant to. the Supt., Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough.

MAY, Frank, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Engineer, Whitley and Monkseaton Main Sewerage Scheme, Council Offices, Whitley Bay, Northumberland. b. 1881. Ed. Dulwich College; University College, London. Pupil of late G. Chatterton, M.A., M.Inst. C.E. 'Engaged on Western Valleys (Mon.) Sewerage; Dublin Main Drainage; London Main Drainage. Extension Scheme; County of Monmouth Water Supply; Irrigation Engr., Ceylon Res. Engr., Strensall (Yorks), Stoke-under-Ham (Somerset); Manningtree (Essex), etc. Sewerage and Sewage. Disposal works. War Services.—Served in Royal Engineers, 1914-19..

MAY, William Richard, A.M.I.E.E., Borough Elec. and Tramways Engr., Lowestoft; b. 1869; s. of late F. J. C. May, M.Inst.C.E., Borough Engr., Brighton. Ed. Maidstone Grammar School Address: Electricity Works, Lowestoft. T. N.: Lowestoft 87.

MAYBREY, Herbert John, B.A. (Cantab.), Research Metallurgist to Magnesium Co., Ltd.; .b. 1893; s. of John Maybrey. Ed. Cheltenham Grammar School and Christ's College, Cambridge. Training: N.P.L. Clubs: New Oxford and Cambridge, Prince's. Address: 22, Gloucester Road, 'South Kensington, S.W.7. T. N.: Victoria 3788.

MAYLOR, William, Hon. Major, Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Civil and Mech. Engr., Belvoir House, Belvoir Bank, Cowleigh Road, North Malvern, Worcestershire. T. A.: "Maylor, Malvern." b. 1861; eldest s. of late William Maylor, M.Inst.C.E., .M.I.M.E., and Mary Ellen, d. of late Edward James Pemberton, and cousin of late Thomas Leigh-Pemberton, Baron Kingsdown. Ed. Wavertree Academy, Wavertree, near Liverpool; Hawthorn .Hall, Wilmslow, Cheshire; Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineering, 1879-80; Exe Valley Railway, Tiverton, Devonshire, 1881-2. Went to India 1882, and from March to May, 1883, was Assistant Engineer to the late Francis B. Hanna, M.A., M.Inst. .C.E., on the survey for the extension of the Madras Railway from Beypore to Calicut, Malabar Coast, -and on completion of this work was appointed Assistant Engineer of the Malabar District Board. In May, 1891, was promoted Chief District Board Engineer of Malabar and Wynaad, and resigned through illness in 1900, and received a gratuity of nine months full pay. The Malabar District includes North and South Wynaad, and has about 1,500 miles of roads to be maintained with about 5,400 bridges of iron, masonry and wood, seventy miles of canals and numerous buildings, etc. Chief Works: Completed the Irrity and Merumpoya bridges, designed and erected Kootipoya and Thalipoya Bridges, all iron, as Major Works. Consulting civil .engineer, private practice, from 1902 up to date. 'Town Councillor, Calicut. Member of the Golfers' Club, Whitehall Court, S.W.I. War Services.—Retired with the Honorary Rank of Major, and wears the uniform of the Corps, Malabar 'Volunteer Rifles, for exceptional services with his Battalion, in a G.G.O. Indian Government (military -department). Major, 1st Battalion Worcestershire " National Reserve " during the war.

MAYNARD, Frank Henry, M.Inst.C.E., District Engr., District Bd., Gaya, India.

MAYNE, Arthur James, Captain, M.I.E.E., Chief Electrical Engineer, Aldershot Command, Electrical Engineer, Central Power Station, South Aldershot. T. A.: "Electric, South Aldershot." T. N.: Aldershot Military 20 and private Aldershot Military 128. b. March ic, 1870; s. of James Oates Mayne, late of Southbourne, Hants; m. Florence 'Maude, d. of F. H. Pain, Barrister of Frimley, Surrey. Ed. Tettenhall College, Wolverhampton; Mason College, Birmingham. Apprenticed to G. E. Belliss and Co., Birmingham (Belliss and Morcom, Ltd.). Assistant Works Manager, Arthur B. Gill and Co., Lewisham; Partner, New and Mayne, electrical engineers, Westminster; Managing Director of Woking Electric 'Supply Co., February, 1894 to August, 1897. Since 1898 Chief Electrical Engineer to the War Department, Aldershot Command, to present time. Chief Works: Electric light and power installations comprising power stations and distribution networks and internal wiring of buildings throughout Aldershot command. Club: Old Tettenhallian. War Services.—Maintenance of electrical power and lighting services and construction of hutted camp installations at Witley, Bramshott and Longmoor. Bulk supply of current for Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough.

MAYNE, Robert Newell, M.I.Mech.E., M.I. E.E., Elec. and Mech. Engr., Park House, Redditch. T. A.: "Electricity Works." T. N.: Redditch 53. b. 1878; second s. of the late Joseph Mayne, of Warrenpoint, and Co. Tyrone. Ed. St. Columbus College, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin. Four years apprenticeship with H. and C. Grayson, Shipbuilders, Liverpool; 2)1 years pupil at Seimens BrothersDynamo Works, Woolwich. 1902-5; Shift Engineer; 1905-8, Mains Superintendent; 1908-12, Chief Assistant Engineer, St. Helens Corporation Electricity Works. 1912-13-7 Chief Assistant Engineer, Erith U.D.C. Electricity Works. Since 1913—Chief Engineer and Manager, Redditch U.D.C. Electricity Works.

MEADE-KING, William Oliver Evelyn, M.Inst. C.E., Water Works, Railway and Canal, etc., Walford, Taunton, Somerset. T.A.:" Walford,West Monkton." b. 1858; only s. of Colonel and Mrs. Meade-King of Walford; m. Agneta Sophia, third d. of the late T. E. Harrison. Ed. Eton and served Articles to the late J. F. La Trobe Bateman, past president Institution of Civil Engineers. On large waterworks, chiefly in connection with Manchester Corporation under Bateman and Hill; on N.E. Railway under the late T. E. Harrison and afterwards the late Chas. Harrison; Resident Engineer of the Irlam Section of the Manchester Ship Canal during construction and for 22 years an Engineering Inspector under the Local Government Board, now retired. Publications: Papers published in Minutes of Proceed. ings, Institution of Civil Engineers. Clubs: Windham Club, St. James' Square, and Somerset County Club, Taunton. War Services.—Served on various committees in connexion with war work.

MEARES, John Willoughby, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., M.Amer.I.E.E., F.R.A.S., Civil and Electrical Engineer, Simla, India. T. A.: "Electrical Adviser, Simla, India." b. 1871; s. of the late Thomas Meares of Clive Hall, Shrewsbury; m. Frances Helen, second d. of A. M. Curteis, J.P., of Hythe, Kent. Ed. Winchester College; University College, London. With Crompton and Co., Chelmsford. Chelmsford Electric Lighting Co., 1893; Hove Electric Lighting Co., 1895; Constructed Darjeeling Hydro-Electric Works, 1896; Electrical Engineer to Bengal Government, 1898; Electrical Adviser, Government of India, 1903 to date; Controller of Patents (India) at various times; Delegate of Indian Government to International Electro-Technical Commission, Turin; Chief Engineer. Hydro-Electric Survey of India. Publications: " The Indian Electricity Act," 1903; " The Law Relating to Electrical Energy in India," 1910 and 1921; " Electrical Engineering Practice " (3 editions). Member of the Royal Societies Club, London; United Service Club, Calcutta and Simla.

MEEK, Arthur Rowland, M.I.N.A., M.I.Mar. E., F.C.M.S., Cons. Engr. and Naval Arch. since '7 1908; Man. Dir. York. Dry Docks Ltd., Hull; b. 1878; s. of Alex. Meek, Shipowner and Manager of Yorks Coal and Steamship Co., Ltd. Ed. Craigmount School, Edinburgh. Training: Earle's Shipbuilding and Eng. Co., Ltd., and Technical College, Hull. Career: Manager of Boiler Works in Hull, and was at sea as Chief Engr.; carried out Salvage Operations during the War and a great deal of work for Ministry of Shipping; has designed and superintended the building of a number of Steam Craft. T. A.: " Marine, Hull." T. N.:2823.

MEEK, Joseph Bertram Lloyd, M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Town Hall, Manchester. Ed. Edinburgh Academy and Manchester Grammar School. Was assistant on the following works: M.S. and L. Railway extension to London; Port Talbot Railways and Docks; Gibraltar Harbour Works; King's Dock, Swansea; Improvement Works at Singapore; Railway Works and Harbour Works in South America. At present City Engineer of Manchester. Member of Engineers' Club, Manchester.

MELL, Parry, M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E., Man. Dir, and Chairman, St. Aubin's Motor Coach and Car Co., Ltd., St. Helier, Jersey; b. 1873; s. of W. Owens Mell. Ed. Sea House Ch., Eastbourne. 1st Class B.O.T. Cert. App. N.L. Railway Works, London; Chief Engr. in Mercantile Mar.; Chief Engr. to Allsopps, Ltd., Burton-on-Trent, etc.; Owner of Motor Repair Works, Leamington and Redditch; Chief Engr. at the National Filling Factory, Gloucester; Chief Maintenance Engr., Graham-White, Hendon. Cons. Engr. and Mangr. Croydon Aviation and Eng. Works. Address: Stascomb House, St. Aubin's, Jersey. T. N.: 293 and 12.

MELLANBY, Alexander Lawson, Prof.,D.Sc., M.I.Mech.E., B.Sc.Sc D.Sc., Prof. of Mech. Eng., Royal Technical College, Glasgow; b. 1871; s. of John Mellanby. Ed. N.E. County School, Barnard Castle. Training: Armstrong College, Newcastle-uponTyne; McGill University, Montreal. 1851 Exhibition Research Scholarship. App. with Central Mar. Engine Works, W. Hartlepool; Technical Asst., Richardson's, Westgarth, W. Hartlepool; Engr.-in-charge erection of Lab. Plant, and central station equipment College of Technology, Manchester; Lecturer in Eng., College of Technology, Manchester; design and equipment of the Mech. Eng. Labs. at Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Publ.: " Machine Design " (with Prof. Unwin). Papers before Eng. Secs. on " Triple and Quadruple Expansion Engines," " Steam Jacketing," " Oil Fuels," " Steam Flow in Nozzles," etc. Address: Westwood, Bridge of Weir. T. N.: Bridge of Weir 61.

MELLING, John Frederick, M.I. and Mech. Engr.; Director of Watson, Saville and Co., Ltd., Bruce Crucible Steelworks, Sheffield; Director of E. G. Wrigley and Co., Ltd., Birmingham; b. 1873. Ed. Wesley College, Sheffield; Sheffield Technical School Training: Cammell, Laird and Co., Ltd., Cyclops Steelworks, Sheffield. 12 years with Cammell, Laird and Co., Ltd. Clubs: Royal Thames Yacht; Devonshire. Address: 11, Victoria Street, Westminster, London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Demurrage, Vic., London." T. N.: Victoria 6366 and 6367.

MELLING, Samuel, J.P., M.I. and SI., Pres. Wigan and District Engrs. Assocn., Permanent 2c Director, Ince Forge Co., Ltd., and Worsley Mesnes Ironworks, Ltd., Wigan; b. 1846; s. of William Melling, of Haigh Foundry, Wigan. Ed. Manor House School, Wigan. Training: Ince Forge, Wigan. Address: The Sycamores, Wigan. T. A.: " Forgings, Wigan." T. N.: 47 Wigan.

MELLOR, Edward Thomas, D.Sc., F.G.S., M.Inst.M.M., F.R.S. (S.A.), P.-Pres. Geol. S. (S.A.), Cons. Geologist, Central Min. and Investment Corporation and Rand Mines, Ltd.; b. 1868; s. of George E. Mellor. Ed. Grammar School, Manchester. Training•: Victoria University. Dalton Prizeman. Prof. of Geology, University College, Southampton; Asst. Director, Geological Survey, Union of S. Af., 1902-6; Cons. Geologist to the Central Min., Rand Mines Group, 1916; carried out the detailed mapping of the Witwatersrand Gold Fields, the Witbank-Middelburg Coal Field, the Waterberg Tin Fields, and various other districts in the Transvaal for the. Union Geological Survey; directed extensive boring and other exploratory work in various min. fields in S. Af. Publ.: " The Geology of the Transvaal Coal Measures," and " Waterberg Tin Fields," " The Rand Conglomerates," Trans. I.M.M., 1916 (awarded Consolidated Gold Fields Premium) " Geological Map of the Witwatersrand Gold Field." Numerous other Geological Survey Reports and. Scientific Papers in the Transactions Geological Socs. of London, S. Af., etc. Club: Rand, Johannesburg.. Address: c/o Central Min. and Investment Corporation, Johannesburg.

MELLY, Edward Ferdinand, J.P., Min. Engr.; Man. Dir., Griff Colliery; b. 1857; s. of Charles P. Melly, Liverpool. Ed. Rugby. Training: Sheffield.. App. with Emerson Bainbridge, Sheffield; Manager of Griff Colliery, Nuneaton, 1882; subsequently Man. Dir.; Director and Cons. Engr. to Andrew Knowles and Son, Manchester, 1913. Several papers. in Inst. of Min. Engrs. Address: The Close, Nuneaton..

MELVIN, William George, M.Inst.C.E.,. M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., F.S.I., M.R.San.I., Civil and Municipal Engineer, c/o Grindlay and Co., agents, Calcutta; b. 1877. Ed. Aberdeen Grammar School and Aberdeen and Edinburgh Universities. Training: Walker and Duncan, civil engineers, Aberdeen,. 1896-1901; Edinburgh University, 1904-5. Assistant with Walker and Duncan, 1901-2 and 1903-4; Resident Engineer, Extension Waterworks, Burgh and County of Nairn, 1902-3; Assistant Engineer, P.W.D., Bengal, India, 1905-10; Trebiens Canal, Magrahat drainage; District Engineer, Midnapur, 1911-14; District Engineer, Burma, 1914; Chief Engineer and Assessor, Howrah Town,. 1914-20 (200,000). Resident Engineer, Magrahat Drainage Scheme; Engineer in charge of the Howrah Waterworks Extension Scheme; temporary Cantonment buildings, Mhow, Central India (as Garrison Engineer, 1918). War Services.—Officer of Indian Army Reserve, 1916-19; 1st K.G.O. Sappers and Miners; Mohmand blockade operations, N.W. Frontier, India; Bushire Field Force (as Captain), Persia, 1918-19.

MENDHAM, Conrad F., M.I.Mech.E., M. Cons.E., Cons. Mech. Engr., 77, Belgrave Road, Westminster, London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Pyrotic, Churton, London." T. N.: 9299 Victoria. Trained at Greenwich as Mar. Engr.; B.O.T. Certificate. Twenty years' experience on design and equipment of Portland Cement Works, Tin Box Works, Surgical Instrument Works, Thorium Nitrate Factory, Medical Wadding Works, and, during the war, Gunpowder Works, etc. Has designed and constructed many kinds of automatic machinery and appliances for special industrial work, e.g., kerosene filling and weighing machinery; patent solderless expanded cap for tins; cylindrical metal box machinery; matchmaking machinery; machine tools; surgical operation tables and accessory apparatus; models for demonstration in court, etc. Superintendent Engineer to Hong-Kong and Whampoa Dock Co. for six years, and subsequently practised in Hong-Kong as Consulting Engineer. Has advised on and inspected many large plants going abroad for paper-making, silk, cotton, ramie, rope, steel furnaces, power plant, tools, dockyard plant, etc.

MENNELL, Frederic Philip, F.G.S., M.Inst. M.M., M.M.S. (on Council, 1916-18), Cons. Geologist and Min. Engr.; b. 1880. Ed. in England and Belgium. Studied Geology at Royal School of Mines. Curator, Rhodesia Museum, Bulawayo, 1901-8; Geologist, N. Rhodesia Exploration and Development Co., Ltd., 1908-12; Consultant in London and Bulawayo, since 1912; P.-Pres., Rhodesia Scientific Assoc.; Corresponding Member, Royal Soc. of Victoria (Australia); Pres., Chemical and Geological Section, of S.A. Assoc. for Advancement of Sc., 1920. Publ.: " Rhodesian Miners' Handbook " (2nd Edition), " Introduction to Petrology," " Miner's Guide," " Manual of Petrology." Clubs: Min. and Metallurgical, Bulawayo. Address P.O. Box 490, Bulawayo, Rhodesia.

MENZIES, John, M.I.Mech.E., Mech., Metallurgical and Chemical Engr. with Minerals Separation, Ltd.; b. 1871; s. of Rev. Robert Menzies. Ed. Dunfermline High School Training: Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh. Mech. Eng. Diploma and James Watt Medal. Trained at Leith in Works of Ramage and Ferguson, Ltd., Mar. Engrs.; Works Manager to Robert Maclaren and Co., Ltd., Glasgow, 1898-1917; and a Director of the Co., 1908-17; Asst. Inspector on Staff of D.I.G.A. (T.), Woolwich Arsenal, 1917-18; Manager, Thermo-Electric, Ltd., Luton,,1918-21. Address: " The Towers," Harthill, Luton, Beds. T. N.. 591.

MERCER, Raymond Gingell, M.I.E.E., M. In st.M et., F.R.S.A., Elec. and Mech. Engr.; Chief District Representative for Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., Manchester; b. 1870; s. of George Dowers Mercer. Ed. Gorrig School, Kingstown, Ireland. Training: Royal College of Sc. for Ireland, and served apprenticeship with Fletcher, Sons and Fearnall, Union Dry Docks, London; 8 years with Brit. Insulated Wire Co. (now Brit. Ins. and Helsby Cables, Ltd.), as Supt. in charge of Cable and Overhead Electric Tramway Contracts; 15 years with British Westinghouse Co. (now Met. Vickers Elec. Co.); District Manager of Birmingham, and later of Cardiff district offices; 2 years at M. of M., London, as Director of Electric Furnaces. Various papers before Technical Socs. Club: Engrs. ', Manchester. Address: 5, John Dalton Street, Manchester. T. A.: " Arwhitcoy." T. N.: Central 899.

MEREDITH, Richard, C.S.I., C.I.E., Chief Engr., Indian Telegraph Dept., since 1916; b. 1867; eldest s. of the late Sir James Creed Meredith. Ed. Royal School, Armagh; and Trinity College, Dublin. Training: Royal Indian Eng. College, Coopers Hill. e Asst. Supt. Indian Telegraph Dept., 1889; Supt., 1901; Director of Construction, 1910; Director, Burma Circle, 1911; Director of Construction, 1912; Deputy Director General, Telegraph Traffic, 1914. Club: East India United Service, 16, St. James's Square, London. Address: c /o Messrs. Grindley and Co., 54, Parliament Street, London.

MERRETT, William Henry, Major, T.D., A.R.S.M., F.I.C., M.Inst.M.M., M.Amer.I. Min.E., M.I. and S.I., M.Inst.Met., Asst. Prof. of Metallurgy, Royal School of Mines; b. 1871; s. of Henry Merrett. Ed. St. Olaves School, and Royal School of Mines. Edward Matthey Prize, 1901, Royal School of Mines. 1894-8—Junior Asst. Research Lab., Royal Mint; 1898-1901— Senior Research Asst. and in charge under the late Sir W. Roberts-Austen, K.C.B., etc.; engaged in researches in connection with the Alloys Research Committee, and investigations for H.M.'s Explosive and Ordnance Committees; carried out the Metallographic work for the report of Committee of B.O.T. on Steel Rails, 1896 to 19oo; 1901-8—Instructor; 1908-1I—Lecturer; 1911 to date—Asst. Prof. as above. Member of the Faculty of Eng., and of the Bd. of Studies in Min. and Metallurgy, University of London; served with London Elec. Engrs. as Major during the War until 1918; Chief Instructor at the Ordnance College, Woolwich, until 1919. Several papers on original research work. Address: Hatherley, Grosvenor Road, Wallington, Surrey. T. N.: Sutton 998.

MERRICK, Robert Henry, Engr.-Lt. (S.R.), R.N., M.I.Mar.E., Mech., Mar. and Motor Engr.; Director, R. Merrick and Sons, Ltd., Cork. Address: Highfield Avenue West, College Road, Cork.

MERRICKS, Frank, C.B.E., A.R.S.M., M. Inst.M.M. (P.-Pres.), Min. Engr.; Member of the Geological Survey Bd., and of the Advisory Committee for the Metalliferous Min. Industry, Mines Department, 5 and 6, Great Winchester Street, E.C.2. T. A.: " Docimology, Av." T. N.: Central 3028.

MERZ, Charles Hesterman, M.Inst.C. E., M.I.E.E., etc., Consulting Engineer, Senior partner Merz and McLellan, 32, Victoria Street, Westminster. T. A.: " Amberkraft, London." T. N.: Victoria 4656. b. at Gateshead-on-Tyne, 1874; s. of John Theodore Merz, Ph.D., D.C.L., LL.D., and of Alice Mary, d. of Edward Richardson, Newcastle-uponTyne. Ed. Privately. Has devoted special attention to electric traction and power supply problems and to fuel economy, and has designed and carried out electric power and traction work in England, India, Australia, the United States, South America and elsewhere. Member of Home Office Committee on Electricity in Mines, 1910; Vice-President of Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1912-15; Member of British Engineering Standards Committee; Chairman, Electric Power Supply Sub-Committee of Coal. Conservation Committee (Ministry of Reconstruction), 1917; Member of Board of Trade Committee on Electric Power Supply, 1917; Nitrogen Products Committee (Ministry of Munitions), 1917; Director of Experiments and Research (Admiralty), 1918; Member of American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Electro-Chemical Society, Franklin Institute, etc. Publications: " Power Station Design," Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1904; " The Use of Electricity on the North Eastern Railway," British Association, 1904; " Power Supply and Its Effect on the Industries of the NorthEast Coast," Iron and Steel Institute, 1908, etc. C.'Itbs: Reform, Devonshire, Argentine.

MERZ and McLELLAN, Consulting Engineers for Electric Power generation, transmission and distribution, Railway and Tramway Electrification, Industrial and Mining Power Supply, etc. Offices: 32, Victoria Street, London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Amberkraft, London." T. N.: Victoria 4656. Also at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Darlington, Manchester, Melbourne, Australia, and Buenos Ayres. Partners: Charles H. Merz, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., etc., and Lt.Col. William McLellan, C.B.E., M.I.E.E., etc. Work: The firm act as Consulting Engineers for many electric power supply and traction undertakings in Great Britain, America, Africa, India and Australia, and have carried out several large electrical schemes, notably those for the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co., the Victorian Railways Commissioners, and the Argentine Railways. War Services.—During the war the firm and their staff were almost entirely employed upon works for the Admiralty, War Office, and Ministry of Munitions. Mr. Merz acted as Director of Experiments and Research at the Admiralty, and was a member of the Nitrogen Products Committee (Ministry of Munitions), Coal Conservation Committee (Ministry of Reconstruction), Electric Power Supply Committee (Board of Trade), etc. Lt.-Col. McLellan, C.B.E., entered the army in 1914 as an infantry officer, and was afterwards transferred to the Ministry of Munitions as Director of Electric Power Supply, and later to the Admiralty as Civil Assistant to the First Sea Lord.

MESSENT, Philip Glynn, C.I.E., M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engr. to the Bombay Port Trust since 1899; b. 1862; Chief Engr., Tyne Improvement Commissioners, 188o-84; Asst. Engr., Bombay Port Trust, 1884-99. Address: Bombay Port Trust, Bombay, India. T. A.: Cadrebbe, Bombay, India.

METCALF, Henry Ernest, M.I.Mar.E., M.I. Mech.E., M.I.N.A.; b. Bradford, Dec. 3o, 1868. App. to Maudesley, Son and Fields; joined the P. and 0. Service as 7th Engr., 1890; entered Babcock and Wilcox service in Mar. Dept., 1896; and later became Manager of Japanese Branch, 1906; 1915— Man. Dir. of the Russian Babcock and Wilcox Co., until the War; now General Manager of Japanese and Chinese organizations. Address: c/o Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Oriel House, Farringdon Street, London, E.C.4.

METCALF, Thomas, M.I.N.A., F.C.M.S., Ship and Engr. Surveyor. Address: 18, John Street, Sunderland. T. A.; " Metcalf, Sunderland." T. N.: 1783 and 432 (Business).

METCALFE, Sir Charles H. T., Bart., M.A., M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, 21, Pall Mall, London, S.W.'. T. N.: Regent 3868. b. 1853; s. of fifth Baronet. Ed. Harrow School and Oxford University College. Consulting Engineer to Rhodesia Railway Co.; Mashonaland Railway Co.; Beira Railway Co.; Benguela Railway Co.; British South Africa Co.; Shire Highlands Railway Co., etc. Started the Cape to Cairo scheme; personally located about three thousand miles of railway in South Africa. Past Member of Council of the Institution of Civil Engineers for South Africa; Past President, South African Association of Science. Member of the Carlton Club. War Services.—Chairman of the committee to report on the standardization of railway equipment and other committees under the Ministry of Reconstruction and the Board of Trade.

MICHAEL, Richard Edward, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Assoc.M.I.Min.E., Civil Engineer (Electrical and Structural), Is-y-Clogwyn, Edwardsville, Treharris, Glam., and South Wales and Mon. School of Mines, Crumlin, Mon. T. A.: " Michael, Minscol, Crumlin." T. N.: 26 Crumlin. b. 1881. Ed. Rhondda Intermediate School, 1896-8; University College, Cardiff, 1898-1901; 1st Class Hons. and Medallist in Mining Engineering (late Dr. A. E. Elliott, University College, Cardiff, and late Morgan W. Davis, civil and mining engineer, Swansea). Career: Engineering Department, Tylorstown Collieries, 1895-6; Rhondda Intermediate School, 18968; University College, Cardiff, 1898-1901; Engineering Department, Tylorstown Collieries, 1901-3. Assistant Engineer, Mountain Ash Urban District Council, 1903-6; Head of Department of Engineering, Municipal Technical College, Limerick, 1906-9; Senior Lecturer in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Glamorgan County Council, 1909-14; Head of Department of Electrical Engineering, South Wales and Mon. School of Mines, Crumlin, since 1914; Member of Manchester Geological Mining Society, Member of the South Wales Institute of Engineers. Chief Works: Consulting and testing work. Electrical and structural engineering for collieries in South Wales coalfield, and at Limerick. War Services.—Engaged on production of munitions and consulting and testing work.

MICKLEBURGH, Albert George, 26, Shorncliffe Road, Folkestone. T. N.: 437 Maidstone. i881-8—App. to Jarrold and Sons, Ltd., Norwich. 1889-97—nine years with Chas. Morgan and Co., Ltd., London. 1897-1915—Eighteen years as Secretary to Albert E. Reed and Co., Ltd., Paper Manufacturers, London. 1915 to date—Joint Man. Dir., W. A. Stevens, Ltd., now Tilling-Stevens Motors, Ltd. Club: Royal Automobile. War Services.-1915-19—Jointly responsible for supply of following: 60 -pdr. gun sights, tank gearboxes, tank clutches, tank engines, war lorry engines, mine mechanisms, depth charge pistols, naval gun director gear, 4-inch naval sights, shell inspection gauges, etc.

MIDDLETON, B. McL., A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E. (India), Mechanical and Hydraulic Engineer, c/o The Bombay Co., Ltd., Madras, Southern India; b. 1880. Ed. St. Peter's, Pocklington, and King's College, London. Apprenticeship for five years served with T. Middleton and Co. of Southwark, followed by two years' active service with the Royal Engineers in the South African War, thereafter returned to the Southwark Works as Assistant Manager, subsequently leaving for India, since when has acted as Engineer and for ten years as Chief Engineer, and is still acting for the Company in the capacity of Consulting Engineer. Chief Works: Erection of linoleum, printing, cranes, brick and other industrial machinery in England, and erecting in India many factories for ginning and pressing cotton, bungalows, etc.; many patents. Member of Madras Club, etc. War Services.—South Africa, two years, Royal Engineers.

MIDDLETON, John Ellis, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., P.A.S.I., A.A.I., F.R.Met.S., Civil Engineer, " Alandale," Redcar Road, Blackpool; b. 1884. Ed. at Blackpool Grammar School. Articles served under Arthur Hindle, M.Inst.C.E., of Manchester and Blackpool. Assistant to Arthur Hindle (as above); Chief Assistant to Brierley, Holt and Co., civil engineers, of Blackburn, Blackpool and Manchester. On Technical Staff of the Board of Inland Revenue; on Technical Staff of the Borough Engineer and Surveyor to the County Borough of Blackpool. Chief Works: Sewerage and sewage disposal, road construction and maintenance, water supply, gas undertakings, promenade and sea defence works, etc. War Services.— Joined Inns of Court Officers' Training Corps, 1915; Cadet, Royal Engineers (Field Coys.), 1916; Commissioned, Royal Engineers (T.F.) (Field Coys.), 1917; attached to Staff of Chief Engineer, Northern Command, with appointment of Supervising Royal Engineer Officer for Lincoln and Sheffield Divisions, 1917-18; Explosives and Demolitions Instructor to 6th Battalion Royal Engineers, 1918.

MIDDLETON, John Harrison, B.A., B.A.I. (T.C.D.) Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, A'Court Lodge, Strand Road, Merrion, Co Dublin. T. A.: " Surveyor, Town Hall, Ballsbridge, Dublin." T. N.: Ballsbridge 519. b. 1861; s. of Alfred H. Middleton; m. Ida Gertrude King, 1906. Ed. Windermere College, Windermere; Trinity College, Dublin, and Engineering School, Trinity College, Dublin. 1886-8—Engineer-in-Chief s Department, Victorian Railways, Melbourne. 1888-92—Railway, Waterworks and General, Argentine Republic and Uruguay. 1892-6—Private practice in England and Ireland. 1896 to present date—Surveyor to the Pembroke Township Commissioners and Pembroke Urban District Council. Chief Works: Main sewers, housing schemes, etc. Member of the Royal Irish Yacht Club (till 1908) and Royal Alfred Yacht Club:

MIDDLETON, Thomas Tyson, Man. Dir, of Walter Scott and Middleton, Ltd.; b. 1875; s. of J. T. Middleton. Ed. Deustone. Club: 'St. Stephen's. Address: 28, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.

MIDGLEY, Harold Edward, M.A. (Cantab.), M.Inst.0.E., M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., Elec. Engr. and Manager, Power Station Dept., English Electric Co., Ltd. Ed. Wakefield Grammar School and Queens' College, Cambridge. Career: Pupil of C. A. Midgley, York Electricity Works; Testing Engr., Callender's Cable Works; Mains Engr., Chief Asst. Engr., then Deputy Manager, Erith U.D.C. Electricity Works; Engr., Turbine Dept., Fraser and Chalmers, Ltd.; afterwards Engr., Turbine Dept., Dick, Kerr and Co., Ltd. Clubs: Devonshire, R.A.C. Address: Roydon Lodge, Erith, Kent. T. N.: 142 Erith.

MILLAR, Alexander, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer; b. 1869. Ed. Gordon's College, Aberdeen, and Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh. Received training with G. Gordon Jenkins, M.Inst. C.E., Aberdeen. Afterwards Assistant Engineer, City of Edinburgh, under the late John Cooper, M. Inst. C.E., City Engineer. Resident Engineer, Water of Leith Purification and Sewerage; Resident Engineer, Edinburgh Corporation Tramways (cable conduit system); Traction Assistant, Kennedy and Jenkin, M.Inst.C.E., consulting engineers, Westminster; ni Resident Engineer, London. County Council Tramway Reconstruction (electric conduit system). Publications: Paper read before the Institution of Civil Engineers; " Reconstruction of South London Tramways on the Electric Conduit System," and other publications to Scientific Societies. War Services.—Field Engineer at Army Headquarters, France, and attached Intelligence General Headquarters; later, Major, Royal Engineers, and D. A. D.E. S.

MILLAR, Jackson, J.P., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.N.A.; b. 1863; s. of John Millar. Ed. Airdrie Academy. Career: Engr., Taujong Pagar Docks, Singapore, 1875; Member of Firm, Riley, Hargreaves and Co., Singapore; Chairman, Millar and Allan, Ltd., Glasgow; Director, Halley's Industrial Motors, Ltd., Glasgow; Ex Deacon Convener, Glasgow. Clubs: Conservative, Glasgow; Royal Clyde Yacht. Address: 6, Great Western Terrace, Glasgow. T. A.: "Timor, Glasgow." T. N.: Western 1665.

MILLAR, William John, Lieut.-Colonel, D.S.O., T.D., Water, Windmill and Dairy Engineer, High Street, Annan, and Westerhill, Annan. T. A.: " Millars, Annan." T. N.: 38 Annan. b. 1866; s. of Major John S. Millar, V.D.; m. Margaret Tweddle, Elms, Annan. Ed. at the Annan Academy and Heriot-Watt Technical College. Sole partner in John S. Millar and Son, sanitary, heating and water engineers, Annan. Chief Works: Various district and village water supplies; Annan Burgh Water Supply Extension. Member of T.F.A. for Dumfriesshire; was National Service Representative for Dumfriesshire. War Services.—In command of 1/5th K.O.S.B. in Gallipoli, Egypt and Syria; awarded D.S.O. in Helles; thereafter in command of 3/5th K.O.S.B., 4th (Res.) K.O.S.B. and 5th K.O.S.B.

MILLER, Henry, M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, 16, Museum Street, Ipswich; (private) Bosmere House, Norwich Road, Ipswich. T. A.: " County Surveyor, Ipswich." T. N.: Ipswich 535. b. 1848. Ed. Ipswich Grammar School. Articled pupil to Peter S. Bruff, M.Inst.C.E., Ipswich and London. Chief Assistant to P. S. Bruff, 1871-89; County Surveyor, East Suffolk, 1889-1919, and private practice. Engineer, Felixstowe Waterworks; Engineer, Ipswich and Stowmarket Navigation.

MILLER, James, Life M.I.N.A., Life M.I.E.S., General and Mar. Engr.; b. 1868. Ed. Abraham Hill's Trust School, Govan, Glasgow, and the Technical College, Glasgow. Training: With William King and Co., Glasgow, and Fairfield Shipbuilding and Eng. Co., Ltd. Dux Medallist, 1882; B.O.T. 1st Class Cert. and Japanese B.O.T. Cert.; with the State Steamship Co., Glasgow; the Nippon Yuseu Kaisha, Japan, 7 years; terminated sea career as Guarantee Chief Engr.; Director of British Arc Welding Co. of Egypt (Societe Anonyme Egyptienne), Manager The Alexandria Eng. Works (Societe Anonyme Egyptienne), Alexandria, Egypt. Address: Rue BabEl-Karasta, Alexandria. T. A.: "Watson, Alex= andria." T. N.: 833 and 835 Alexandria.

MILLER, Stephen Charles, M.M ech.E A.M.I.E.E., Mech., Textile and Elec. Engr.; Man. Dir., Calcutta Monifieth Works, Ltd., Tatanagar, India; b. 1883; s. of the late Stephen Miller, St. Salvadors, Dundee. Ed. Morgan Academy, Dundee Technical Insts., Dundee and Belfast; Univ. College, Dundee (Eng. Lab.). Training: Gourlay, Brothers and Co., Engrs. and Shipbuilders, Dundee. 5 years Asst. Manager, " Sirocco " Eng. Works, Belfast; five years Manager, Arbroath Works, James Keith and Blackman Co., Ltd.; Manager, Douglas and Grant, Dunnikier Foundry, Kirkcaldy. Addresses: Innisfayle, Arbroath, N.B.; Calmoni, Tatanagar, India. T. A.: " Calmoni, Tatanagar."

MILLER, Thomas, M.I.Min.E., M. of Manchester Geol. and Min. Soc., Min. Engr.; b. Feb., 1880. Ed. Board School and Privately. Training: Mech. Engr. Shop, Field, and Office Work; io years with Great Laxey Min. Co. (Lead, Zinc and Copper). Speciality: Lead and Zinc Ore Min. in Montgomeryshire and Cardiganshire; compiled a " Map of the Mines of Cardiganshire and Montgomeryshire "; Gen. Man. of the Welsh Van Min. Co., Ltd.; Supt. of the Nantiago Mine, Ltd.; Man. of the New Castell Blende Mine, Ltd. Address: Mines Office, Van, Llanidloes, Mont. T. A.: "Miller."

MILLER, Thomas Lodwick, O.B.E., M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, 316, Royal Liver Building, Liverpool. T. A.: "Kinetic, Liverpool." T. N.: 9140 Bank. b. 186o. Ed. Liverpool Institute and Liverpool Royal Institution Schools. Technical Education: Liverpool School of Science, and Liverpool University Evening Lectures. Apprenticed Fawcett, Preston and Co., engineers, Liverpool, 1875-80; remained with this firm till 1888, when he accepted post of Lecturer in Engineering at University College, Liverpool; 1890, resigned University appointment and commenced private practice as a Consulting Engineer, since which time he has been engaged in advising local authorities and others on electric lighting, tramway and power schemes, both in this country and abroad; the conduct of arbitrations and the giving evidence in the Law Courts and before Parliamentary Committees. Past President, Liverpool Engineering Society; Past President, Liverpool Polytechnic Society; Past Chairman, Manchester Section, Institution of Electrical Engineers. Chief Works: Bootle Corporation electric lighting and tramways; Barnsley electric lighting; Hoylake and West Kirby electric lighting; Dundalk electric lighting; Stretford electric lighting; Antofagasta (Chile) electric lighting; Phurping Springs (Nepal) electric power scheme; Power scheme at Hong Kong for Taikoo Dockyard and Sugar Refinery, design and construction of the New Refinery, etc. Publications: Has written a number of papers on engineering subjects read before professional societies. War Services.—Appointed Secretary, Liverpool Munitions of War Committee, June, 1915, and General Manager and Secretary, June, 1917, when he had control of six National factories and eighty contractors, and was also responsible for the electric lighting, heating and general engineering equipment for No. 2 Filling Factory and No. 2 Amatol Factory, Aintree, near Liverpool.

MILLS, Ernest Arthur, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.Amer.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, " Ingleside," Royal Road, Sutton Coldfield; b. 1885. Ed. Liverpool College; 5 years, works, 2 years, Liverpool University. Assistant Engineer, Yorkshire Electric Power Co., North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co.; Chief Assistant Electrical Engineer, 2 Leeds Corporation Electricity Department; Constructional Engineer, Birmingham Corporation Electric Supply Department.

MILLS, Francis J., M.C., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, 7, Spencer Road, Coventry; b. 1885. 1903-9—Articled Pupil and afterwards Assistant to J. E. Swindlehurst, M.Inst.C.E., City Engineer, Coventry. 1909—I3—On open lines, Central Uruguay Railway, South America, finishing as District Engineer. 1913-14—Chief Engineer in charge of construction of extension of Central Chubut Railway, South America. Now Garrison Engineer M.W.S., Mhow, Central Provinces, India. War Services.—February I, 1915, to October 25, 1919, in H.M. Forces; served in Royal Engineers, left with hon. rank of Captain; gained M.C.

MILLS, Frank, Lieut.-Colonel, R.W.F., D.S.O., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., F.R.G.S., F.R.Z.S., Civil Engineer (Railway), Rhiwlas, Pentraeth, Anglesey, North Wales; b. April 3o, 1872; third s. of Francis Mills; m. 1919, Winifred Jessie, d. of J. Rice Roberts, M.A., J.P., D.L. Articled to Sir Douglas Fox, and Sir Francis Fox, and served on their staff until taking up a post under the Government of the Federated Malay States. Served with the Federated Malay States Government, retired on pension, 1914. Served in the Mounted Infantry, Lieutenant's Commission, in the Federated Malay States, 1902, and Captain, 1904. Now commanding Gth Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Chief Works: Employed on Mersey Tunnel, Liverpool; Overhead Railway, Wirral Railway, St. Helens and South Lancashire Railway, Manchester Central Station Railway, and railways between Singapore, Penang, Port Dixon, Negri Sembilan, and Pahang in the Federated Malay States. Member of all Federated Malay States Clubs, also Polo and Turf Club, and Royal Anglesey Yacht Club. War Services.—Served throughout the war in Gallipoli, Egypt and Palestine; was awarded D.S.O. and twice mentioned in Dispatches.

MILLS, Frederick, A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I. and S.I., Chief Engr., Control Office, Baldwins, Ltd., Swansea; b. 1888; s. of Thomas Mills. Ed. Higher Grade School, Swansea. Training: Technical College, Swansea. Responsible for Lay-out of Modern Works, including Blast Furnaces, Steelworks, Power Plants, etc.; design of details in connection with the Steel Plant and Rolling Mills; Modernizing the various existing Works of the Co. Address: " Heathfield," Fforestfach, Swansea.

MILLS, Frederick P., F.S.I., M.I.Min.E. (Member of Council), Min. Engr., 854, Scotswood Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

MILLS, George Pilkington, Lt.-Col., D.S.0., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.A.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engr., Aster Eng. Co., Wembley; b. 1867; s. of William Downes Mills. Ed. Private School, Clifton, and Liverpool University College Training: Liverpool University College Planned, suptd. erection, equipped and organized Raleigh Cycle Works, Nottingham; reorganized, extended and equipped Works of Clement Talbot, Ltd., Automobile Engrs., Kensington; 1914-18—Served with i8th Division in France and Belgium,Commanded 7th Service Batt. Beds. Reg. and 54th Infantry Brigade 3 times mentioned in Dispatches; Director of Small Arms and Machine Gun Dept., M. of M., 1918; planned, equipped and fr7 organized the National Machine Gun Factory, Burton-on-Trent. Clubs: Roehampton. Address: Aster Engineering Co., Wembley. T. A A.: 22 Wembley.

MILLS, Harry, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Railway Engineer, Ceylon Government Railway and Peperharow Road, Godalming, Surrey; b. 1888. Ed. Guildford Grammar School, Brighton Technical College; Professor A. Jamieson, M.Inst.C.E., Glasgow. Pupil, D. Earle Marsh, M.Inst.C.E., London, Brighton and South Coast Railway; Draughtsman, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway; Chief Draughtsman, Jamaica Government Railway; Assistant Locomotive Superintendent, Jamaica Government Railway; Assistant Engineer, Vere Irrigation Commission; District Locomotive Superintendent, Ceylon Government Railway. War Services.—Active service, 1914-19 (Eastern theatres); Captain and Inspector of Ordnance Machinery, R.A.O.C.

MILLS, William, M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer, 14, Church Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. T.A. "Milmu, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 2440. b. 1856; s. of David Mills, shipbuilder. Ed. Sunderland, Science and Technical classes. Served an apprenticeship with George Clark, Ltd., Marine Engineers, Sunderland; afterwards at sea, holding First Engineer's Certificate. Late Proprietor of 'William Mills, Ltd., Birmingham, Aluminium and Iron Founders in the Motor trade; also Proprietor of William Mills (Sunderland), Ltd., Engineers and Aluminium Foundry. Has several patents in the foundry in connection with moulding. The pioneer of the Aluminium Casting industry in this country, and has done a large amount of research work in connection with Alloys. Other inventions include: Sportsman's seats, golf clubs, boat disengaging gear, used extensively in Mercantile Marine and telegraph, and on warships. This gear won the only prize of 100 guineas at the Royal Naval Exhibition. Late Chairman, James Watt Centenary; Deputy-Chairman, District Selective Committee (Ministry of Labour) for the Midlands; Member of Alloys Research Committee, Mechanical Engineers; Member, Imperial Mineral Resources Bureau. Member of Royal Automobile, Conservative, Midland, Birmingham Rotary and Business Clubs. War Services.—In February, 1915, invented and introduced the well-known Mills Hand Grenade, used exclusively throughout the war by the British and other Allies; established Mills Munitions, Ltd., for manufacturing same; prepared an instructional cinematograph film and lectured throughout the country on the use of the bomb, also instructed manufacturers so as to facilitate and expedite manufacture, with the result that 7,000,000 Mills Hand Grenades were supplied during the war.

MILNE, Robert Murray, B.Sc., A.R.T.C., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mechanical Engineer, 5, Baldovan Road, Downfield, Dundee. T. N.: 35 Downfield. b. 1890. Ed. Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen; Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Locomotive Department, Great North of Scotland Railway Co., Inverurie. Assistant Works Manager, Venesta, Ltd., Millwall. War Services.—Shop Manager, Royal Laboratory, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.

MILNES, G. C., Major, M.C., M.I.E.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., Public Supply and Tramways Engineer, Electricity Works, Marton Street, Lancaster. T. A.: "Milnes, Electricity Works, Lancaster." b. 1884. Trained in the works of Sandycroft, Ltd., afterwards with late Enfield Taylor, M.Inst.C.E., Consulting Engineer, Chester. Electrical Assistant, Lancaster Corporation Electricity Department, 1905-10, and Borough Electrical and Tramways Engineer, Lancaster Corporation, 1910 to date. Engineer and Secretary to the Lancaster and District (Provisional) Electricity Supply Committee. War Services.—August, 1914, to January, 1918, with the infantry, chiefly in France. Military Cross, three mentions in Dispatches. January, 1918, to July, 1919, as Staff Officer, Second Grade, in charge of design and equipment of power stations in the department of the Chief Electrical Engineer, Administrator of Works and Buildings, Air Ministry.

MILNES, George Percival, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., Water and Sewerage Engr.; s. of late Alderman W. H. Milnes, J.P., a former Mayor of Wakefield. Ed. privately. Articled with the late John Pagan, Surveyor, Wakefield Corporation Asst. in the City Sur. and Waterworks Engr. Office, Wakefield; 1888— qualified by Exam. of Inst. M. and Cy.E. and R.S.I. as a Municipal Engr. and Surveyor; appointed Surveyor to the Stroud U.D.C., a position held, with private practice, for over 25 years; carried out schemes of Sewerage and Sewage Disposal for Painswick, Woodchester and Nailsworth, involving 20 miles of sewers, also extensions and alterations of Sewage Disposal Works for Nailsworth, Woodchester, Rodborough and Thrupp, and Schemes for Drainage and Sewage Disposal on Private Estates; as Engr., Stroud Waterworks, he carried out a Pumping Scheme for High Level Supply, etc., a Sewage Disposal Scheme and the erection of a Refuse Destructor for Stroud U.C., a Sewerage and Sewage Disposal Scheme for Wotton-under-Edge. Private Address: Whitehall, Stroud. T. N.: 209. Office Address: 1, King Street Parade, Stroud. T. N.: 24. T. A.: "Milnes, Stroud."

MILNES, Herbert Wilson, Engr. and Manager, Northallerton Electric Light and P. Co., Ltd.: b. 1879; s. of J. Milnes, Bradford. Ed. Bradford, Training: Bradford Technical College App. with late Ullathorne and Hartley, of Bradford; charge of erection of Generating Station Main, etc., for present Co., prior to being appointed Manager. Address: East Terrace, Northallerton.

MILTON, James Tayler, D.Sc. (Durham), M.Inst.C.E., P.-Pres. I.Mar.E., Hon. V.-Pres. I.N.A., M.N.E.C.Inst., M.Inst.Met., M.I. and S.I., M. Liverpool E.Soc., P.-Pres. Ice and Cold Storage Assoc., Chief Engr., Surveyor Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Address: 71, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C.3.

MINDO, Arnold Waldemar, D.Sc., M.A., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E., M.Amer.S.Refrig.E., M.N.Z.S.C.E., M.Aus.Inst.Mar.E., Specialist in Refrigeration and Power Transmission; Engr.-in-Chief, A. and T. Burt, Ltd., Elec. and General Engrs., Dunedin; b. 1870; s. of Rev. J. Mindo; m. Isabel Reeder, of Hull, Yorks; m., 1898, Henrietta E. Sharps, (second) daughter of Thos. Sharps (Diamond Merchant and Lapidary), Carlton House, Egremont, Cheshire. Ed. Yorkshire College, T.C.D., and 0. Univ., Washington, U.S.A. Diplomas or Degree Parchments for D.Sc. and M.A., also 1st Class B.O.T. Cert.; Past B.O.T. Surveyor; Cert. for Elec. and Refrigeration Courses. Training: Earles and Co., Ltd., Shipbuilders and Engrs., Hull; C. Palmer and Co., Ltd., Jarrow-on-Tyne; J. and E. Hall, Ltd., Refrigerating and General Engrs., Dartford; Carbondale Eng. Co., U.S.A.; Siebel Inst. (Refrigeration), U.S.A. Career: Mar. Engr., Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., Ltd.; P. and 0. Co., Ltd.; White Star Line; African Steamship Co. and Nelson Line; Draughtsman, " Guinness " Brewery, Dublin; Lever Brothers, Ltd., Port Sunlight; Chief Asst. Designer, J. and E. Hall, Ltd., Dartford; Chief Engr. to the Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., for whom designed, built and equipped 2,000 K.W. Central Power Station, and converted Works from Shaft to Elec. Transmission, etc.; afterwards Asst. Supt. Engr., White Star Line; Cons. Engr., 7 years, in Liverpool, Manchester and Preston; during 6 years of that period Member of the Royal Exchange, Manchester; Cons. Engr., Melbourne and Sydney, 1913-16; supervised Refrigerating Installation installed at " Barthwick's " New Freezing Works at Belfast, N.Z., 1916-17; since then Engr.-in-Chief to A. and T. Burt, Ltd., Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Timaru, Oamaru, Dunedin and Invercargill. Publ.: " Cheap Steam Generation," " Mechanical Stoking," " Practical Refrigeration," and Pamphlets on " Economics," also " Electricity applied to Refrigeration." Address: G.P.O. Box, 566, Dunedin, New Zealand. T. N.: 523 Dunedin.

MINSHALL, Thomas Herbert, Col., D.S.O., M.I.E.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.I.N,A., Cons. Engr.; Chairman, Transport, Ltd.; Chairman, British Motor Trust, Ltd.; b. 1873; s. of T. E. Minshall, M.Inst.C.E. Ed. London University. Training: Robey and Co., Siemens Brothers, and B.T.H. Co. Career: Boro. Elec. Engr., Croydon, 1897-1902; 1903—With Merz and McLellan, Westminster; 1909 —Visited Argentina in interests of British Trade. at request of B.O.T.; 1912—Visited India at request of various Indian Railways.; during the War, Asst. Dir. of Labour, G.H.Q., France, and later Controller of Salvage; raised and commanded 204th Field Co., R.E., France; twice mentioned in Dispatches. Publ.: "High-speed Elec. Generating Plant," Proc. Inst. C.E.; " London's Elec. Future," Fortnightly Review; " The Government and Electricity Supply," Contemporary Review, etc. Clubs: Reform, Argentine, National, and Mid-Surrey Golf; Pilgrims. Addresses: 34, Victoria Street, S.W.; The Tower House, Melbury Road, Kensington, W. T. N.: 8957 Westminster, 1604 Park.

MITCHELL, Alexander Stewart, M.I.Mech. E., M.(N.Z.)S.C.E., F.(N.Z.)I.A., M.Amer.S. Ref.E., Cons. Refrigerating Engr. and Arch.; b. 1881. Ed. Sydney, N.S.W.; Public Schs. Training: Sydney Technical College Designed, supervised and constructed Refrigerating Works at Nelson, Tokomaur Bay, Masterton, New Plymouth, Balciutha, Wellington, Ngahauranga, Patea, Mapua, Kaiapoi and Hastings, all of New Zealand. Club: Central, Wellington, N.Z. Address: Colonial Mutual Chambers, Wellington, N.Z. T. A.: " Enginarch." T. N.. 2262.

MITCHELL, Brig.-Gen. Charles Hamilton, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.0., Dean of Faculty of Applied Sc. since 1919; b. 1872. Cons. Engr. for Hydro2c Electric Power Undertakings in Canada, also for Government of Dominion of Canada on Water Power. Address Bank of Hamilton Blg., Toronto, Canada.

MITCHELL, Ewen Henderson, M,I.N.A., A.F.R.Ae.S., Man. Dir., Irvine's Shipbuilding and Dry Docks Co., Ltd.; b. 1872; s. of Alexander Mitchell. Ed. Glasgow Academy. Training: Fairfield and Royal Naval College, Greenwich. App. with Fairfield Co., Glasgow; obtained Admiralty Scholarship, R.N. College, Greenwich; after 3 years' course in N.A. and Mar. Eng., passed out first of year and entered Admiralty Service; 13 years M.R.C.N.C.; part of this time Sec. to Sir Philip Watts and the " Dreadnought " Committee on Designs, and latterly overseeing the building of Battleships at Elswick and Greenock; 1911-17, Gen. Man. and Naval Arch., Cammell, Laird and Co., Birkenhead; 1917-20, Gen. Man., Naval Aircraft Works, Short Brothers, Bedford. Responsible for building some of the largest Airships constructed in any country. Address: Middle Fens, West Hartlepool.

MITCHELL, Gardiner, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.A.E.. Engineer and Manager (General and Automobile). 83, Blenheim Place, Aberdeen. T. A.: "Mitchell, Barry, Aberdeen." T. N.: 3466 Central. b. 1882. Ed. Gordon's Technical College, in mechanical. electrical, automobile and civil engineering and chemistry, first class successes, honoursman and prizeman. Training in Drawing office, patternmaking, fitting, turning and electrical work. Charge of Mechanical Departments, Singer Co. and Smith Premier Co.; Draughtsman, subsequently Chief Draughtsman, Assistant Works Manager, now Manager, Barry, Henry and Cook, Ltd., General and Automobile Engineers, Aberdeen; Cons. Engineer to several private firms; Lecturer in Engineering, Technical College and Academy, and Supervisor of Evening Classes, Education Authority, 1901-17; Member of Advisory Committees on Technical Education and Eng. Trades. P. Pres. of the Aberdeen Mech. Soc.; Member of the Aberdeen Association of Civil Engineers. Publications: Papers read before several technical societies, on handling and storing plants, steam, oil and petrol engines, bridges, welding, machine tools and electric driving. Member of the Aberdeen Rotary Club; Vice-Chairman, Aberdeen Business Club. War Services.—As Assistant Works Manager, designed and constructed automatic devices and adaptations for the machining of high explosive shells (contract 2,000 per week), handling plants, machinery and transmission for munition works and gas factories, valves and various fittings for war vessels, 19r4-18.

MITCHELL, George, M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., M.R.San.I., M.I.Water E., M.B.W.A., M.Amer.W.A., City Water Engr., Aberdeen, 1919 to date; b. 1876; s. of James Mitchell, Clerk of Works. Ed. Robert Gordon's Technical College, Aberdeen. Articled to John D. Watson, M.Inst.C.E., Birmingham; designed new 'Waterworks for Warrington, 1899-1903; in responsible positions on new Waterworks for Tynemouth, Portadown, Banbridge, Newtownards and Lincoln; Deputy and then City Water Engr., Aberdeen; engaged on Design and Construction of new Waterworks to cost £1,200,000. Address: 41i, Union Street, Aberdeen. T. N. 272 Aberdeen.

MITCHELL, George Arthur, M.A., F.R.S.E., M.I.Min.E., Director of Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd. Lochgelly Iron and Coal Co., Ltd.; Plean Colliery Co., Ltd. (Chairman); Robert Addie and Sons' Collieries, Ltd.; Robert Forrester and Co., Ltd.; Flemington Coal Co., Ltd. (Chairman); b. 186o; s. of Alex. Moncrieff Mitchell, Coalmaster. Ed. Linzie Academy and Glasgow University. Training: Glasgow University, Glasgow Technical College (Colliery Work). Pres. of Min. Inst. Scot., 1894-8; Pres., I.Min.E., 1895-6; Pres. of Min. Assoc. of G.B., 1906-7; V.-Pres., Inst. of E. and S., 1920-I; Member of Scottish Coal Trade Conciliation Bd. Clubs: Western and New, Glasgow. Address: 9, Lowther Terrace, Glasgow, W.

MITCHELL, James, M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Mech.E., Member of the Permanent International Assoc. of Navigation Congresses; Civil Engr. Ed. Church of Scotland Normal School and Robert Gordon's Technical College, Aberdeen. Medallist and Prizeman, City and Guilds of London; Telford Premium, Inst. C.E. Lectures and Magazine Articles on Eng. Subjects; Contributions to the Proceedings of leading Eng. Socs. Specialized in Design and Construction of Harbour, Dock and River-training Works, Dredging, Subaqueous Rock-removal and kindred Subjects. Address: 55, Holborn Street, Aberdeen.

MITCHELL, John, Mechanical Engineer (principally relating to Railways), Queen Anne's Chambers, Westminster, S.W.r. T. A.: " Autobuff, Vic, London." T. N.: Victoria isor. b. 1874. Ed. Daniel Stewart's College, Edinburgh; Heriot-Watt Technical College, Edinburgh; Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. Pupil, 1891-9, Caledonian Railway; Sir Alexander Rendel's staff, 1899-1904; Advising Engineer to the Cape of Good Hope Government from 1904-11; appointed Engineer to A B C Coupler, Ltd., 1911, and made Managing Director in January, 1918. Chief Works: Has invented and brought out successful patents for automatic couplers, side buffers, wagon doors, etc. Member of St. Stephen's Club and Roehampton Club.

MITCHELL, Reginald Joseph, Assoc.M.Inst. C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., A.F.R.Ae.S., Chief Technical Aeronautical Engr., Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd., Southampton.

MITCHELL, Col. T. W. H., V.D., Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., Member of Council I.Min.E., P.Pres. Midland Inst. of Min. Civil and Mech. E., Min. Offices, Regent Street, Barnsley.

MITCHELL, William Charles, Major (late R.A.F.), B.Sc. (Eng.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.C.G.I., Civil and Mechanical Engineer, 7, Courtfield Gardens, W.I3; b. 1890. Ed. Engineering Course, City and Guilds Engineering College, South Kensington. Pupilage, Mott and Hay, M.M.Inst.C.E. Assistant to Mott and Hay, M.M.lnst.C.E., and to H. H. Dalrymple-Hay, M.Inst.C.E.; Engineer and Sub-Agent, Sir John Jackson, Ltd. Clubs: Royal Air Force and Royal Southern Yacht. War Services.-1915-9—On active service in R.F.A., R.F.C. and R.A.F.; latterly as Chief Experimental Officer, R.A.F., on work in connection with flying and equipment.

MITCHESON, George Arthur, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Min.E., Cons. Min. and Mech. Engr. and Min. Engr. to Morris and Shaw, Ltd., Birch Coppice Collieries, Tamworth; b. 1858; s. of late Geo. Jno. Mitcheson, M.I.Min.E. Ed. Privately. Training: Pupil of J. W. Hartley, Stoke-on-Trent. Career: Experience in Sinking, Coal and Ironstone Min., Surface Erections and recovery of Mines after Explosions, in Staffordshire and Warwickshire; Min. Engr. and Gen. Man., Meir Hay and Turnhurst Collieries; Min. Engr., Berry Hill Collieries and Ironworks, 1888-190o; Min. Engr. and Gen. Man., Florence Colliery, 189o-1911; Stafford Coal and Iron Co.'s Collieries, Blast Furnaces and By-product Works, 1904-19; Mine Agent to the Duke of Sutherland since 189o. Member of Miners' Lamps Corn. and Colliery Shafts Corn. Addresses: Hall End Hall, Tamworth, Staffs.; Market Place, Longton, Stokeon-Trent. T. N.: 6 Polesworth, 32 Longton.

MITTON, Henry Eustace, Gen. Manager, The Butterley Co., Ltd.'s, Collieries and Man. Dir., The Midland Coal Products, Ltd., and Director, Trefor Sinking and Boring Co., Ltd.; b. 1871; s. of Rev. Henry A. Mitton, Durham. Ed. Durham School Training: At Sheffield University; Pupil of M. Deacon. Asst. Gen. Mangr., Tredegar C. and I. Co., Ltd., I90o-5; since 1905, present position. P.-Pres., Midland Counties I.Min.E., 1918-19. Clubs: Constitutional, London; County, Derby; County, Nottingham. Address: Ormonde Field:., Codnor, Derby. T. A.: "Cednor." T. N.: 43 R ip12,y MITTON, Thomas Evans, A.M.I.Mech.E., M.Inst.Met., Odzells Street North, Birmingham. T. A.: " Mitton, Birmingham." T."N.: 394 Midland. b. 185;; second s. of E. M. Mitton. Ed. King Edward's High School, and Midland Inst. Technical Training. Magistrate of City of Birmingham. Clubs: National Liberal, London; Birmingham Liberal, and Clef, Birmingham. War Services.—Member of Citizens' Committee, Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, the Executive Committee of Birmingham Engineering Employers' Federation; Training Committee, Employment Committee, and Chairman of L.T.A.C., Engineering Section.

MOFFAT, David, M.I.Mech.E., General Manager, Ingenio y Refineria " Santa Ana," Tucuman; b. 1879; s. of John Knox Moffat, Cons. Engr., Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Ed. Newcastle-on-Tyne and Bilboa, Spain. Training: Rutherford College App. Engr. 3/ years in Ship-repairing Works of J. K. Moffat, Bilbao, Spain; I year in Elec. Dept., Clarke, Chapman and Co., Gateshead-on-Tyne. Career: 19o1—Asst. to his father in Bilbao; 19o4—Manager to John Harley, Ship-repairer, Montevideo, S. Amer.; 1905-6—Engr. in Charge of Mocovi Quebracho Tannin Factory, Chaco, Santa Fe; 1906--Io— Asst. to Ernest C. Knight, Cons. Engr. and Machinery Agent, Tucuman; 1910-18—Gen. Mangr. and Engr. to reconstruct Sugar Factory and manage the Estates of Ingenio " La Mendieta," S.A. Jujuy. Address: David Moffat, Santa Ana, F.C.C.C. Prov., Tucuman, Argentine. T. A.: " Hileret para Moffat, Santa Ana."

MOFFET, James Scott Duncan, M.I.Mech.E., General Manager, City Tramways, Sandy Row, Belfast.

MOFFETT, Francis Joseph, B.A. (Lond.), M.I.E.E., M.Cons.E., Cons. Engr.; Partner in the firm of Moffett and Rosher; b. 1869; s. of Rev. Joseph Moffett. Ed. Pomfret College, Pontefract; Yorkshire College, Leeds, and University College of N. Wales, Bangor (Scholarship). Training: School of Elec. Eng., Hanover Square, London, W. Asst. Engr., National Telephone Co.; Shift Engr., Woolwich Electric Light Co.; Chief Elec. Engr., Colony of S. Nigeria; responsible for erection of Electric Power House at Lagos; member of the Staff of Preece and Cardew, Cons. Engrs., Westminster; engaged on the electrification of H.M. Dockyards and on Legal Work; _Partner in the Firm of Moffett and Rosher, Cons. Engrs.; Birmingham; responsible for the preparation of schemes for Equipment of Works with Electric Power and Light, and for the Inspection and Testing .of Elec. and Mech. Plant for the Colonies and Foreign Countries. Publ.: " Alternate Currents in Practice " (Whittaker and Co.); " The Electric Furnace " (Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons). Club: Chamber of Commerce. Address: 63, Temple Row, Birmingham. T. A.: "Muscular, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 6227.

MOHN, Trygve, M.I.Mech.E., Engineering Manager, Large Gas Engine Department, National Gas Engine Co., Ltd., Aston-under-Lyne. Private .Address: Peel Villa, Rushford Park, Levenshulme, Manchester. Ed. Christiania Technical School, 18915. Chief Draughtsman, Browett, Lindley and Co., Ltd., 1903-5; Chief Draughtsman, British Westinghouse Electricity Manufacturing Co., Gas Engine and Turbine Department, 190 5-9; Assistant Manager, National Gas Engineering Co., Ltd., Large Engine Department, 1909-16, and Engineering Manager, 1916.

MOINET, John Vincent, General Manager, Scarborough Tramways Co.; b. 1874; s. of Dr. Francis Moinet. Ed. George Watson's College, Edinburgh. Training: Faraday House. With John Grig and Sons and King, Brown and Co., Edinburgh; Asst. Engr. on construction Electricity Works, •Croydon; Mains Engr., Borough of Tunbridge Wells; Chief Asst. Engr. and Mains Engr., Reading Electric Supply Co.; Clerk of Works and Res. Engr., construction Hayle Power Station for the Cornwall Power Co. Address: 3, Manor Road, Scarborough. T. A.: "Electric Tramways, Scarborough." T.N.: 294.

MOIR, Sir Ernest William, Bt., Officier de la Legion d'Honneur, M.Inst.C.E., M.Amer. S.C.E., Civil Engr.; Director of S. Pearson and Son, Ltd.; b. June 9,1862; s. of Alexander Mitchell Moir. Ed. University College, London (Fellow, 1916). Training: R. Napier and Sons, Shipbuilders, Glasgow. Engineering Work: Blackwall Tunnel; Seaham Harbour; Surrey Commercial Docks Extension; G.N. and City Railway and Finsbury Park Terminus of the Brompton and Piccadilly Railway; Admiralty Harbour, Dover; East River Tunnels, New York; Royal Albert Dock Extension (South); Dover Defence Works for Admiralty; served on various Govt. Deptl. Committees and Royal Commissions; during the War, Comptroller, Inventions Department, M. of M.; later, in charge of the American Organisation for the M. of M., and, on returning to England, appointed Member of M. of M. Council; " Pres. of the Inter-Allied Non-Ferrous Materials Ctee." Clubs: Reform, Royal Automobile, Metropolitan (New York). Address: 41, Cadogan Square, London, S.W. T. A.: "Ewmoir." T. N.: 34o Kensington.

MOLESWORTH, Sir Guilford Lindsey, K.C. I.E., Fellow of the University of Calcutta, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., F.G.S., Past President of the Institution of Civil Engineers, retired, The Manor House, Bexley, Kent. Ed. College of Civil Engineers, Putney; pupil of R. B. Dockray, Engineer-in-Chief, London and North Western Railway; apprentice to Sir William Fairbarn, Manchester. Chief Assistant Engineer on the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway; engaged in the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, during the Crimean War, 1854; Consulting Engineer in London; Mechanical Engineer and Locomotive Superintendent in Ceylon, for the Ceylon Railway Company, 1859; Chief Engineer and Acting Agent for the Ceylon Railway Company, 186o; Chief Engineer of the. Ceylon Government Railway, 1862; Director General of Railways in Ceylon and Director of Public Works in Ceylon, 1865; Consulting Engineer to the Government of India for State Railways, 1871, retired 1888; went to Siam to arbitrate between the Siamese Government and the Railway Contractor, 1896; went to Uganda to report on the Railway for the Foreign Office, 1898. Received the thanks of Her Majesty the Queen, for services rendered in the Afghan War; Afghan 'War Medal and Burma War Medal and Clasp. Delegate of the Government of India at'the Brussels Monetary Conference of 1892.

MOLYNEUX, Thomas, M.Inst.C.E., P.-Pres. I.Water E., Water Engr. to Corporation of Stockport. Training: Technical School, Manchester. Address: Town Hall, Stockport. T. N.: 603 Stockport.

MONASH, Sir John, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., V.D., D.C.L. (Oxon.), LL.D. (Cantab.), LL.D. and Doc. Eng. (Melb.), M.Inst.C.E. (London); also Grand Officier, Legion d'Honneur; Grand Officier, de l'Ordre de la Couronne de Belgique; American Dist. Service Medal; Croix de Guerre, France and Belgium; Civil Engr.; Chairman of the State Electricity Commission of Victoria since 1920; b. 1865; s. of Louis Monash, of Melbourne. Ed. Scotch College, Melb., and Melbourne Univ. Training: Railway and Harbour Works, Victoria. 1884-7—Asst. Engr., City Bridges over Yarra, near Melbourne; 1887-91—R1y. Works, Victoria; 1891-4—Melb. Harbour Trust, Design and execution of Works; 1894-1914—Private Practice in Bridge Building, Waterworks, etc., chiefly in Reinforced Concrete, including many large City Buildings in Melbourne and Adelaide; 1914-18— The Great War—Commanded in succession Fourth Brigade, Third Division and Australian Army Corps; 1919—Director-General of Demobilization, A.I.F.; 1906—Member of Council, Melbourne Univ.; Lt.General, Australian Military Forces. Many Papers and Presidential Addresses; " Australian Victories in France in 1918 " (Hutchinson). Clubs: Naval and Military, Yorick, University, Rotary, Old Scotch Collegians. Address: " Iona," Toorak, Melbourne. T. A.: "Monash, Melbourne." T.N.: U. 4042.

MONCRIEFF, Alexander Bain, C.M.G., J.P. M.Inst.C.E., M.Amer.S.C.E., Chairman, Municipal Tramways Trust, Adelaide, S. Aus.; b. 1845 s. of Alexander Rutherford Moncrieff. Ed. Belfast. Training: Inchicore Works, Dublin. Draughtsman and Res. Engr.; then Engr.-in-Chief of S. Australia for 20 years; subsequently Railways. Commissioner. Address: 12, Alexandra Avenue, Rose Park, S. Australia.

MONCRIEFF, John Mitchell, Lt.-Col. (late R E.), C.B.E., M.Inst.0.E, M.Am er.S.0.E M.N.E.C.Inst., Cons. Civil Engr.; Head of Firm of J. Mitchell Moncrieff and Partners; b. 1865; s. of Mitchell Moncrieff, of South Shields. Ed. Privately. Training: With J. P. Rennoldson and Sons, Mar. Engine Builders, and Pupil with J. Watt Sandeman, M.Inst.C.E. Distinctions: Eng. Gold Medallist of N.E.C. Inst. of Engrs. and Shipbuilders, 1906; Telford Premium of Inst. of C.E., 1894. Career: 1891-1905 --Partnership with J. Watt Sandeman, M.Inst.C.E.; 1906-14.—In private practice; 1917-18—Director of Eng. Work in Dept. of D.C.A.S. under Con. of Navy and Con.-Gen. of Merchant Shipbdg. prepared original designs for National Shipyards; since 1919 Head of Firm of J. Mitchell Moncrieff and Partners; was Expert Witness for Sir W. Arrol, B.O.T. Inquiry, Blackfriars Bridge Disaster; for Wearmouth Coal Co., Great Shipyard Subsidence; for Sir John Aird and Sons, Tanjong Pagar Dock Case; designed and supervised construction of Redheugh Bridge, Newcastle-on-Tyne; joint Cons. Engr. to Blyth Harbour Commissioners, 1892-1905; Cons. Engr. to Smith's Dock Co., 1906-17; to Sir William Arrol and Co. for Queen Alexandra Bridge! Sunderland; to the N.E. Railway Co. (Docks), 1913-18; to Seaham Harbour Docks Co., 1913 to date; and to Falmouth Docks Co., 1918-21; sometime Examiner for Associateship, Inst.C.E., and B. Eng., Sheffield University. Publ.: Contributed numerous Papers on Eng. Subjects to Insts., etc. Clubs: St. Stephen's, Westminster, and Union, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Addresses: 33, Old Jewry, London, E.C.2, and Pearl Bdgs., Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. N.: London, City 392; Newcastle, Central 2644.

MONCUR, George, B.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., M.Amer.S.C.E., M.I.E.S., Prof. of Civil Eng., Royal Technical College, Glasgow; b. 1868; s. of late J. Muir Moncur, Coupar Angus. Ed. Madras Academy, Cupar, Fife; Dundee University College and Edinburgh University. Training: Dundee, under late Robt. Blackadder, C.E., chiefly Sewerage and Waterworks. Career: 1892-7—Under Chief Engr., Cal. Railway: Location of Railways. and design of large Bridges, Viaducts, Tunnels, etc. 1897-1900— Permanent Way and Maintenance of Railways; Design of Piers and Harbour Work. 1900-5-Design and Supt. of Steel Construction in the Renewal of Steel Bridges, and Railway Stations. 1905—Appointed Lecturer in Civil Eng. at the Royal Technical Coil. on formation of that Dept. 1909— Prof. of C. Eng. to date. Acting Editor for Constable and Co., Ltd., London,.for their " Glasgow Series " in Civil Eng., of which some half-dozen vols. have been published and several 2nd Editions. Address: Royal Technical College, Glasgow. T. N.: 2502 Bell.

MONEY, Robert Jarratt, M.Inst.C.E., Consulting Civil Engineer, 5, Victoria Street, London, S.W.'. T. N.: Victoria 1129. b. 1862; eldest s. of Rev. Canon C. F. S. Money; m. January 25, 1894, Geraldine, third d. of Capt. G. Lempriere, R.E. Ed. at Haileybury College and Crystal Palace Engineering School. Articled to Sir William Shelford, K.C.M.G. Engaged on Railway Survey and Construction in England, Asia Minor, Canada, Central Africa, China, Colombia, Cyprus, Russia, n Samos, Sicily, Turkey, Venezuela. General Manager, Palermo Corleone Railway, in Sicily; Chief Agent and Chief Engineer for S. Pearson and Son, Ltd., on construction of Pekin Syndicate Railway, in China, and on construction of Dorada Railway Extension in Colombia; Consulting Engineer in Constantinople and London, for National Bank of Turkey. Publications: Papers published in Minutes of Proceedings, Institution of Civil Engineers (Miller Prize), and in Journal of Royal Geographical Society. War Services.—Superintendent Engineer under Chief Engineer, London District, on construction of camps at Purfleet and Wimbledon; Chief Engineer for Macdonald Gibbs and Co., on construction of hospitals for the American Army in France; Deputy and Assistant Director of Timber Supplies under War Office and Board of Trade.

MONKHOUSE, Edward Wyndham, M.A. (Cantab.), M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E., M.Cons.E., Member of the Firm of Burstall and Monkhouse, Cons. Elec. and Mech. Engrs.; Asst. Stn. Engr., Westminster Elec. Supply Corporation, 1890-I; Chief Mains Engr., 1891-4; Corporation Elec. Engr., Edinburgh, 1894-6. Clubs: Junior Carlton, St. Stephen's, Royal Cruising Yacht, Royal Corinthian Yacht. Address: 14, Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.'. T. A.: " Instructed, Vic., London." T. N.: Vic. 4771; and Bromley 1232.

MONTAGU OF BEAULIEU, Brigadier-General Lord, A.I.Mech.E., Assoc.Inst.C.E., F.R.Met.S., K.C.I.E., C.S.I., F.R.G.S., V.D., Road, Internal Combustion and Steam Engineer, 62, Pall Mall, London, S.W.I. T. N.: 2289 Regent. b. 1866. Ed. Eton, School of Mechanics; Oxford, School of Mechanics. Railway Shops, Nine Elms, L. and S. W. Railway. Won science prize at Eton, 1884. Member of various Royal Commissions and Committees on Engineering and Transport subjects. Various articles in magazines and Press. On the staff of " The Times," 1905-12, engineering and road and transport matters; " Montague Motor Book," " Art of Driving," etc. English Member Road Board, 1910-19, and various public positions. Clubs: Carlton, Royal Automobile, Bachelors', Royal Yacht Squadron, etc. War Services.—Matabele War, 1896. Adviser on Mechanical Transport Services in India, 1915-9. 1914-9—India, Egypt, Palestine, Italy, France; Colonel Commanding 2/7th Battalion Hants Regiment, 1914-5; G.S.O.I.W.O. and India, 1915-9.

MONTAGUE, Graham, M.I.Mech.E., M.I. A.E., A.M.I.E.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer. Present position, Chief Inspector of Pumping Stations, Public Works Ministry, Egyptian Govt. T. A.: " Ashghal, Cairo." T. N.: 1405. b. 1877. Ed. Clifton College, Coopers Hill College (R.I.E.C.), University College. Engineer to W. Sisson and Co., Gloucester; Engineer to Bristol Tramway and Carriage Co.; Director of Works, Public Works Ministry, Egyptian Government. Member of the Turf Club, Cairo, and Sporting Club, Gezireh, near Cairo. War Services.—Chief Inspector, Mechanical Transport Inspection Department, British War Mission in U.S.A.

MONTGOMERIE, James, D.Sc.(Eng.), M.I.N.A., Principal Surveyor for Scotland, Lloyd's Register of Shipping; Asst. to the Chief Ship Sur i2 veyor; b. 1873; s. of A. Montgomerie. Ed. Dumbarton Academy. Training: Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, University of London. First in First Class Hons., Naval Architecture, Hons. in Higher Structures, Premium and Gold Medal of Inst. N.A. Member of Designing Staff of William Denny and Brothers Author of Papers on Technical Subjects, including " Points in Connection with Transverse Strength of Ships," I.N.A. (Premium); " Experiments on Strength of Flat Plates," (Thesis for D.Sc., Lond.); " Stress Determination in Flat Plates," I.N.A. Gold Medal; " Experiments on Large Size Riveted Joints," circulated by Committee of Lloyd's Register, etc. Clubs: New, Glasgow; Conservative, Glasgow. Address: c/o Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 342, Argyle Street, Glasgow. T. A.: "Register, Glasgow." T. N.: 6490 Central.

MONTGOMERY, Charles Hubert, Major, (late R E.), M.I.Mech.E., A.M.E.E., Man. Dir., Patent Lighting Co., Ltd.; b. 1876; s. of Col. Robert Montgomery, V.D., T.D., J.P. Ed. Birkenhead School; Heidelberg; Victoria University, Liverpool. Training: Victoria University; Technical Inst., Horwich, Lancs. App. L. and Y. Railway Loco. Works, Horwich; Pupil of Sir J. A. F. Aspinall; Loco. Foreman, Newton Heath, Normanton and Rose Grove Engine Sheds; District Loco. Foreman, Bolton District; Outdoor Carriage and Wagon Supt.; Works Mngr., L. and Y. Railway Carriage and Wagon Works, Manchester; Res. Elec. and Mech. Engr. in charge of L. and Y. Railway Elec. Lines, Liverpool, Southport, etc.; Chief Loco. Works Mangr., Central Argentine Railway, Argentine; Asst. to C.O., Light Railway Repairs Works, France; Member of Inter-Allied Commission for reception of Enemy Rolling Stock; Chief Mech. Engr., Inter-Allied Railway Sub-Commission, Cologne. Address: Friars House, New Broad Street, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Appatlucis, Ave., London." T. N.: 1477 London Wall.

MONYPENNY, John Henry Gill, M.I. and S.I., M.Inst.Met., Metallurgist, 29, Moor Oaks Road, Broomhill, Sheffield; b. 1885. Ed. Royal Grammar School, Sheffield, and University College, Sheffield. Mappin Medallist and Associate in Metallurgy (1904) of latter College. Chief of Research Department. Brown Bayley's Steel Works, Ltd., Sheffield, since 1904. Member of Faraday Society, Sheffield Association of Metallurgists and Metallurgical Chemists, Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists, etc.

MOODY, George Henry, A.M.I.Mech.E., Mechanical Engineer, (Westholme), Field Street, Bradley, Bilston; b. 186o; eldest s. of late George H. Moody. Ed. and Technical Training: Christ Church Schools, Coseley; Wolverhampton Science School and School of Art. Chief Mechanical Engineer for 11 years, with Tupper and Co.; 9 years Chief Engineer, Bradley Steel Strip Co., Ltd., and Tibbington Steel Sheet Co. Now Chief Engineer with the Britannia Steel and Iron Co., Bradley. Chief Works: Designed and constructed 2 new rolling mills for Tupper and Co., and 2 for Bradley Steel Strip Co., Ltd. Councillor for 6 years, for Coseley Urban District Council; Member of Education Committee.

MOON, Richard Charles, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Assoc.M.I.Water E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Municipal Engineer, Municipal Offices, Nuneaton. T. N.: Nuneaton. b. 1884. Ed. Bablake School, Coventry. Articled to I. S. Pickering, M.Inst.C.E., 1899-1902. 1902—Resident Engineer, Croft Water Supply; 1903 —Assistant Surveyor, Hinckley U.D.C. 1903—Second Assistant Surveyor, Borough of Nuneaton. 1908— Appointed Chief Engineering Assistant, Nuneaton. 1915-19—Acting Borough Engineer, Nuneaton. October, 1919—Borough Surveyor and Water Engineer, Nuneaton. Chief Works: Works of water supply, Croft and Nuneaton; Nuneaton Sewage Works and Refuse Destructor; main sewerage works and pumping plant.

MOORE, Arthur Nichols, M.I.E.E., Borough Electrical and Tramways Engineer, Newport (Mon.) Corporation, Joint Honorary Secretary, Associated Municipal Electrical Engineers, (Great Britain and Ireland), " Alona," Stow Park Avenue, Newport, Mon. T. A.: "Dynamo, Newport, Mon." T. N.: 3302 Newport. Ed. Whitgift School and Sheffield University. Served as a Premium Pupil with the Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd. Has been continuously associated with Municipal Electricity Supply. Appointed to his present position in 1912; was previously Deputy City Electrical Engineer, Belfast. Member of Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association; Member of Municipal Tramways Association. Occasional contributor to the press on " Electricity Tariffs." Is a Member of the Monmouthshire Club, Newport, Mon. War Services.—Was engaged upon important developments and extensions connected with the Newport (Mon.) Electricity Supply Undertaking; also acted as Consulting Electrical Engineer to the Newport National Shell Factory and the Uskside National Works.

MOORE, Harold, O.B.E., B.Sc., F.I.C., F.Inst.P., Director of Metallurgical Research, Research Dept., Woolwich; b. 1878. Ed. Middlesbrough High School Pupil of Dr. J. E. Stead, F.R.S., in Chemistry and Metallurgy; Chemist to Islip Iron Co., Ltd., 1899-1901; Research Metallurgist, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 1901-4; since 1904 conducted and directed metallurgical research work, Research Dept., Woolwich, in connection with manufacture and use of Guns, Ammunition, etc; Assoc. Mem. of the Ordnance Ctee; Mem. of Council Inst. of Chemistry and of the Faraday Soc.; Fellow R.M.S.; Mem. I. and S.I., Inst.Met., B.E.S.A., etc.; developed the use of small balls and loads in the determination of hardness of metals and has been associated in the design of machines for this purpose. Papers for I. and S. Inst., Inst. of Metals, I.Mech.E., and other Socs Club: Univ. of London. Address: Lindsey House, Lloyd's Place, Blackheath, S.E.3.

MOORE, John Alexander, B.Eng., R.U.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil and Mechanical Engineer, Military Works Services, Nowshera, North-West Frontier Province, India; b. 1881. Ed. at Coleraine Academical Institution and Queen's College, Galway; Cochrane Scholarship at former, Exhibitioner and Engineering Scholar at latter. Career: 1904— Graduated B.Eng. of the R.U.I. 1904-6—Assistant to County Surveyor of County Roscommon. 1906-7 —District Engineer, Congested Districts Board for Ireland; obtained first place in open Competitive Examination for this position. 1907-12—Assistant Engineer, Public Works Department, Federated Malay States. 1912-13—Executive Engineer, Public Works Department, Federated Malay States. 19136—Director of Universal Machinery Corporation, Ltd., London. 1916-9—On War Service. 1920—Military Works Services, Garrison Engineer, Nowshera. Chief Works: zoo miles new Trunk Road through State of Pahang, Federated Malay States; surveyed and constructed same under directions of State Engineer. Clubs: Corona Club, London; Nowshera Club, India. War Services.-1916-9—Served with R.N. A. S., afterwards R.A.F., first as First Grade Mechanic, then Leading Mechanic and finally 2nd-Lieutenant; 3 months in Dunkirk, remainder of time on home service. 1920—On active service at Landi Kotal, Khyber Pass, India, as Lieutenant, M.W.S.

MOORE, R. D., M.I.E.S. (Member of Council), Clunaline, Lenzie, Glasgow.

MOORE, R. T., M.I.E.S. (Member of Council), 253, Nithsdale Road, Pollokshields, W. Glasgow.

MOORE, Dr. R. T., M.Inst.C.E., P.-Pres. I.Min.E., Bradley Hall, Nylam, Northumberland.

MOORE (St. George-Moore), Richard, M.Inst.C.E., P.-Pres. S.E., Civil Engr.; Partner in Firm of St. George-Moore and La Trobe-Bateman, 91, Victoria Street, S.W.I; b. 1858; s. of Charles Moore, Claughton Grange, Birkenhead. Ed. privately, S. Kensington Sc. Dept., and Germany. Training: • Laird Brothers, Birkenhead Ironworks. Received Banner of Hon. from Chinese Govt. m. in 1902, Ethel, daughter of Sir William Robinson, G.C.M.G.; and in 1917, Mabel Louise, daughter of W. T. Morrison, and widow of F. W. Few. Principal Works: Engr. for Skegness, St. Leonards, Brighton Palace and Tenby. Piers; Paris Gigantic Wheel, Gosport Drainage, West Hampshire Waterworks, Hankow (China) Waterworks, Marlborough and Grafton Railway, Brighton Seashore Railway, HankowCanton Railway for surveys; connected with Baku Tiflis, Arad, Singapore, Arequipa Waterworks; during the War, Deputy-Director, Special Construction Dept., Admiralty; at present engaged on Marconi Boo ft. Tower Designs, City of Gloucester, Mountain Ash, and Bideford Waterworks, and Reconstruction of Calcutta and Ahmedabad Waterworks. Clubs: Ranelagh, St. Stephen's, Royal Wimbledon Golf. Private Address.19, Albert Court, Princes Gate, S.W.7. T. A.: "Equanimous, London." T. N.: I 153 Victoria.

MOORE, Will, A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer (Central Station), 9, Rolleston Drive, Nottingham. T. N.: 1896, Nottingham. b. 1884. Ed. Nottingham University College, Nottingham Corporation Electricity Department. Junior Assistant, Nottingham Corporation Electricity Department, 1903-8; Engineer-in-Charge, 1908-14; Mains Superintendent, 1914 to date.

MOORE-BENNETT, Arthur John, Cons. Engr., F.R.G.S.; Man. Dir., Engrs. of China, Ltd.; b. 1877; s. of John Moore-Bennett. Ed. Dulwich Loll. Training: Montreal and Winnipeg. C.P.R. Railway, 1897-9; Lashio Yunnan Railway Survey, 1904; Yunnan West River Survey, 1912-13; Man. Dir. Anglo-Chinese Engrs. Assoc., Ltd., 1915-2o. Publ.: "Western Mineral Areas of China," " Roads in China." Clubs: Hong Kong, National Liberal. Address: 83, Chao-Yung Men, Peking, and 28, Victoria Street, S.W.I. T. A.: "Moorebennett, Peking."

MOORHEAD, Robert Bradshaw, B.A., B.A.I., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Engineer, Shanghai, China, T. A.: " Moorhead, Shanghai." b. 1865. Ed. Arts and Engineering Courses, Trinity College, Dublin University. Served with James Barton, M.Inst.C.E. (deceased), on light railways, Donegal, and Carlingford Lough improvement. Joined Imperial Railways of North China, 1892. Started in private practice in Shanghai, China, 1898.

MORE, John Rhys, M.Inst.C.E., Asst. General Manager, S. African Railways., Bloemfontein.

MOREING, Algernon Henry, M.P. for Buckrose Div., Yorks; Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Min. Engr., Partner, Bewick Moreing and Co.; b. 1890. Ed. Winchester, and Cambridge University. Clubs: Carlton, Royal Automobile. Business Address: 62, London Wall, E.C. Residence: Moore Place, Esher. T. N.: London Wall 3900.

MOREING, Charles Algernon, M.Inst.C.E., Min. Engr., Partner Bewick Moreing and Co.; b. 1856. Ed. King's College, London. Business Address: 62, London Wall, E.C. Residence: Moore Place, Esher. T. N.: London Wall 3900. Clubs: Constitutional, Royal Automobile.

MORGAN, Charles Langbridge, C.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., Lt.-Col. R.E., Mem. of Council Inst.C.E., Director of the London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway Co., Newhaven Harbour Co., Brighton and Hove Gas Co., Bournemouth Gas and Water Co.; Commissioner of the Newhaven and Seaford Sea Defences; b. 1855. Formerly Chief Eng. L.B. and S.C. Railway Co. Address: Woodhurst, Kenley, Surrey. T. N.: Purley 303.

MORGAN, Frank Leslie, M.C., M.Sc., Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., Civil and Min. Engr., Ribbesford, Styvechale Avenue, Coventry. T. A.: " c/o Francois, Doncaster." T. N.: 408 Doncaster. b. 1893. Ed. Bablake School, Coventry, and University of Birmingham, 1908-13. Joined Madeley Wood Colliery Co., Salop, under Sir John Cadman, K.C.M.G., 1913; joined the Francois Cementation Co., Ltd., Doncaster, 1919. Bablake Exhibitioner, First Coventry City Scholar, B.Sc. Hons. in C.E. (Birmingham), 1912; M.Sc. (C.E.), 1913; Bowen Scholar; Heslop Gold Medal awarded 1913, for treatise on Reinforced Concrete; Fellow, Geological Soc. of London, 1914. Publ.: " Cementation Methods of Dealing with Underground Water Problems." Commissioned August, 1914, Captain, 6th R. War. Regt. (T.F.). Served in France, Belgium, Germany and Palestine, 1915-9. Twice wounded.

MORGAN, George Urquhart, O.B.E. (M. Div.), A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E., Partner of Clayey, Morgan and Partners, Cons. Engrs. and Director of Urquhart's, Ltd.; b. 1887. Ed. Cardiff Schs. Training: Guest, Keen and Nettelfolds, Ltd. Address: 131, Birchanger Road, Woodside, S.E. 25. T. A.: " Oilburnia, Friars, London." T. N.: Hop 4321.

MORGAN, S. H., M.C., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Civil Engr. and Borough Surveyor, Rochdale; b. 1883. Ed. The Leys School, Cambridge, and the Birmingham University. Articled to John Ward, M.Inst.C.E., Borough Surveyor and .).6A Waterworks Engr., Derby. 19o2-3--Asst. to Borough Surveyor and Waterworks Engr., Derby. 19o3-6—Asst. to Borough Surveyor, Middlesbrough. 1906-21—Engr. and Surveyor to Prestwich U.D.C.; Borough Surveyor, Rochdale, 1921. Chief Works: Prestwich Sewerage Works; George Street Outfall Sewer; Deyne Valley Intercepting Sewer; Prestwich Town Planning Scheme. War Services:—Commissioned, June, 1915; Captain, R.E., March 1, 1916; Adjutant, R. E., March 2I, 1916; Major, R.E., November 6, 1917; M.C., January 1, 1918; twice Mentioned in Dispatches. Address: Glen Lea, Prestwich, Manchester.

MORGAN, Thomas B., M.I.E.E.,M.I.Min.E., Consulting Mech. and Elec. Engineer, The Lawns, Rainhill, Lancashire. T. A.: " Static, Rainhill." T. N.: 29 Rainhill. b. 1878. Ed. Liverpool and University College, London. Served apprenticeship with Silvertown Co., London and Liverpool. Afterwards Erection Engineer with Dick Kerr and Co. On the electrical staff of the Metropolitan Railway, London. In 1907 joined the staff of Harland and Wolff, Shipbuilders and Engineers, Belfast, and was engaged on some of the largest electrical installations in the shipping world. In 1911 took up Mining Electrical work. Is at present Engineer-in-Chief to several large groups of collieries in Lancashire. President. of the Mining Electrical Engineers for Lancashire, Cheshire and Staffordshire, 1917 and 1918. Contributes to technical journals on Mining Electrical matters.

MORGANS, Godfrey Ewart, Lt.-Col. R.E., 0.B.E B.A., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M.M., F.S.I., Civil Min., Mech. and Elec. Engr.; Res. Technical Man. Dir., Constructions et Grands Entreprises de France, Paris, 1917 to date; b. 1879; s. of Thomas Morgans, M.Inst.C.E. Ed. Neuwied, Germany; Lausanne, Switzerland; Camborne School of Mines; Cambridge University. Training: Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works, Co., Ltd. Awarded Gallipoli Star, General Service and Victory Medals. Partner in firm of T. and W. Morgans, 1904-14; has visited professionally, India, Borneo, Phillipines, China, Japan, Canada, U.S.A., Columbia, S. Amer., in connection with large Eng. and Min. Undertakings; Present Public Works, Ports of Mogadore and Mazagan, Morocco, Banazi; for Hydro-electric Works, Castelane Basses, Alpes; Reconstruction of Devastated Areas, France. Clubs: Conservative, St. James's Street; Bath, Dover Street; M. and M. City; Travellers', Paris; Cercle Interallie, Paris. Address: 6, Avenue Emile, Deschanel, Paris. T. N.: Saxe, 8015.

MORISO, D. B., J.P., M.I.Mech.E.'(Member of Council), Chairman and Man. Dir., Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd. Address: Tunstall Grange, West Hartlepool.

MORLEY, Arthur, D.Sc., M.I.Mech.E., H.M. Inspector of Schools (Technical), Staff Inspector (Mechanical Engineering), 56, Friends Road, Croydon. Ed. Manchester Technical School and Manchester University. Apprenticed to L. Gardner and Sons, Patricroft. Demonstrator in Engineering, Yorkshire College, Leeds, 19oo-I; Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, University College, Nottingham, 931-5; Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University College, Nottingham, 1905-12. Became H.M. Inspece>0 tor of Technical Schools in 1912; Staff Inspector, Mechanical Engineering, 1919. Publications: " Mechanics for Engineers," (1905); " Strength of Materials," (19D8); " Elementary Applied Mechanics," (1911); " Theory of Structures," (1912); and various scientific and technical papers.

MORLEY, H. W., M.I.Mech.E., Consulting Mechanical Engineer, 16, Tanfield Chambers, Bradford. T. N.: 4977. b. 1866. 1888 to 1914, Managing Director of Cole Marchant Morley, Ltd., Bradford, engineers and contractors. Onwards Consulting and Advising Engineer. Chief Works: Factory design and equipment, dock pumping plant, water power installations, power plants for all purposes. War Services.—Organized Bradford National Munitions Factory, May, 1915, and Member of Board.

MORONY, Henry Vereker Lloyd, B.Eng., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.C.E.I., Engr. to The Limerick Harbour Commissioners; b. 1854; s. of William Morony, Fortlawn, Ballyglass, Co. Mayo. Ed. Chiefly at Royal Academical Inst., Belfast. Training: Queen's College (now Queen's University), Belfast. Pupil to Dr. Bindon B. Stoney, M.Inst.C.E.; Engr. to the Port and Docks Bd., Dublin; Eng. Asst. with the Bd. of Public Works, Ireland, 1878-89; on the Fishing Piers and Harbours of Ireland; Asst. Engr., The Loop Line, Dublin, 1889-90; Engr. to The Limerick Harbour Commissioners, since 1890; responsible for the maintenance and improvement of the navigation of the Shannon, below Limerick, and all work connected with the maintenance of the Port. Address: Harbour Engr.'s Office, Limerick.

MORPHY, Brian Harold, M.I.E.E., A.Amer. I.E.E., Elec. (X-Ray and Electro-Medical); Man. Dir., Cox Cavendish Elec. Co.; b. 1884; s. of William Morphy, of Patras, Greece, and London. Training: Finsbury Technical College and City Guilds College, S. Kensington. B.T.H. Co., Ltd., Rugby, Works Experience and Design; S. W. Polytechnic, Chelsea, Lecturer in Elec. Eng.; Member of Bd. of Studies of University of London. Clubs: Royal Automobile, Roehampton. Address: 36, Lancaster Gate. T. A.: "Milliamp, London." T. N.: Willesden 3055.

MORRIS, Major Cyril C. B., M.C., M.I.Mech. E., Fire Engineer, London Fire Brigade, Euston Square, N.W. T. A.: " c/o Sedist, London." T. N.: Mayfair 100. b. 1882; s. of the late Dr. Clarke Morris, Blackheath, S.E. Ed. Stratheden House, Blackheath and Haileybury College. Pupil to James Holden, Locomotive Superintendent, G.E. Railway. Assistant District Locomotive Superintendent, G.E. Railway, Ipswich; Engineer in charge G.E. Railway, motor omnibus services; 1908—Assistant Divisional Officer, London Fire Brigade. 1918—Divisional Officer, London Fire Brigade, in charge of Southern Division. 1919— Senior Divisional Officer, London Fire Brigade, in charge of Northern Division. Publications: Papers read before Ipswich Engineering Society and Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Member of Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, S.W. War Services.—Served in France from October, 1914 to July, 1917, with Mechanical Transport. Commanded 1st Mechanical Transport Water Tank Co. in France and afterwards served as Deputy Assistant Director of Transport.

MORRIS, David King, Ph.D., M.I.E.E., Fellow of University College, London, Electrical Engineer, 14, Waverley Road, Kenilworth. T. A.: " Canton, Coventry." T. N.: ioo8 Coventry. b. 1874; s. of the late James Morris, M.D., of 13, Somers Place, W.; m. 1913, Margaret Grafton of Edgbaston, Birmingham. Ed. University College, London; The University and Polytechnetium, Zurich. Demonstrator in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics at S.W. Polytechnic Institute, 1897-8; Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Mason University College, later the University, Birmingham and Edgbaston. Founded firm of Morris and Lister— later a Ltd. Co. of Coventry. Publications: Various technical and scientific papers. War Services.—Director of the M.L. Magneto Syndicate which became one of the chief suppliers of Magnetos for Aircraft during the war.

MORRISON, John W., M.Inst.C.E., Gas Engineer, Winsland, Totnes, South Devon. T. A.: " Winsland, Totnes." b. 186r. Ed. King Edward VI Grammar School, Birmingham, was articled to Henry Hack, Chief Engineer of Birmingham Corporation Gas Department. For seventeen years Works Manager of the Saltley Gas Works of the Birmingham Corporation, then appointed in 1899 Chief Engineer of the Sheffield Gas Company, which position held till retired in June, 1918. Past President of the Manchester Institution of Gas Engineers. Chief Works: Remodelled the three Sheffield Gas Works and built an 8,000,000 cubic feet gasholder and tank at a cost of 54,00c, was able to produce coal gas at a cost of tenpence per i,000 cubic feet for manufacturing purposes, and fifteen pence for ordinary consumption, being the second lowest price in the Kingdom. Member of the Totnes Club. War Services.—Was engaged largely in the production of toluene for the manufacture of T.N.T. for the Government.

MORRISON, W. Murray, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., M.Inst.Met., F.P.Inst., etc., General Manager of the British Aluminium Co.; b. 1873; s. of William Morrison, of Inverness-shire. Ed. Inverness College and Edinburgh University, and Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College Training: Eng. Works in Glasgow, etc. Pioneer of the Aluminium Industry in Great Britain. Clubs: Windham, Union, Albemarle, R.A.C., Royal Aero, Highland, etc. Address: 137, Whitehall Court, S.W.I. and Hope Point, St. Margaret's Bay, S. 0., Kent, and 109, Queen Victoria Street, E.C.4. T. A.: " c/o Cryolite, London." T. N.: City 2676.

MORTON, George Ernest, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E., C.M.E., Central Cordoba Railway Co., since 1913; b. 1869; s. of Joseph Underwood Morton. Ed. Thames Grammar School Training: Swindon G.W. Railway Career: 1890-1913—With the Central Argentine Railway Co. as Dist. Loco. Supt.; Chief of Running Dept. and Chief Outdoor Asst. to C.M.E. Address: Los Talleres, F.C.C.C., Cordoba, Argentina.

MORTON, Robert Morton, J.P., M.I.N.A., M.I.E.S., F.C.M.S., Cons. Engr. and Naval Arch.; Sole partner, Morton and Williamson, Glasgow; b. 1852; s. of James Morton, Ex-Provost of Greenock. 26 Ed. Greenock Academy and Glasgow University. Training: Glasgow University. Built Fleet of Paddle Steamers belonging to Glasgow and S.W. Railway Co., and other owners; also Twin Screw Steamers for Passenger Service and Single Screw Cargo Steamers. Publ.: Morton and Gondies' Speed and Power Computer for Steam Vessels. Address: 8, Princes Square, Glasgow. T. A.: Ivanhoe, Glasgow. T. N.: 8318.

MOSS, Kenneth Neville, O.B.E. (M. Div.), M.Sc.(Min.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., M.I. Min.E., Asst. Prof. of Min., Birmingham University; b. 1891; elder s. of W. Moss, of Penns, Warwickshire; m. Dorothy, d. of late Prof. R. Warington, F.R.S., M.A. Ed. Queen Mary's School, Walsall, and Birmingham University. Training at Norton Cannock Colliery, Bloxwich, Staffs; Bignall Hill Colliery, North Staffs; and Bentley Colliery, Doncaster. Articled Pupil under D. E. Parry, Croxdene, Bloxwich, Staffs, 1907-10; won Cooke open Min. Scholarship to Birmingham University, 1910; graduated in Min., 1913; Asst. to Agent and Manager, Bentley Colliery, Doncaster, 1913-14; Asst. Manager, Bignall Hill Colliery, North Staffs, 1914-15; Asst. Manager, Bentley Colliery, Doncaster, January, 1919, to August, 1919. Organizer of Min. Instruction for the County of Derbyshire until October, 1920. Member of the National Assoc. of Colliery Managers and Inst. of Min. Engrs. Member of a special Education Committee appointed by the Council of the Inst. of Min. Engrs. Author of several papers. Awarded Tyndall Min. Research Studentship of the Royal Soc., 1920 and 1921. War Services: Joined Army, 1915. Served in France, from January, 1917, to January, 1919. Twice mentioned in Dispatches; awarded O.B.E., June, 1919. Address: 22, Vernon Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham.

MOSSAY, Paul Alphonse Hubert, Elec. and Automobile Engr.; Man. Dir., Mossay and Co., Ltd., Engrs., 7, Princes Street, Westminster; Director, Reavell-Mossay Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.; Director, New British Electric Supply Co., Ltd.; b. 1877. Ed. and Trained: Vervier's Grammar School (Belgium) and Liege Univ. Gained Degree of Elec. Engr. Career: Designer of the first Induction Motors built by the British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby, 1902-6; Designer of large Induction Motors with the British Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co., Manchester, 1906-7; Chief Engr., Hausa Lloyd Works, Bremen, 1907—I I; responsible for all designs of Electric Machines and Battery-driven Vehicles; Director, Societe Anonyme des Ateliers Germain, Monceau sur Sambre, Belgium; responsible for design and manufacture of Petrol-driven Pleasure and Commercial Vehicles, 1911-13; Managing Director of Mossay and Co., Ltd., London, 1913 to date; responsible for the Design of the Orwell Electric Vehicles built by Ransome, Sims and Jeff eries; Technical Director, New British Electric Supply Co., Ltd., London; Director, Reavell-Mossay Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd. Various Publications in the " Industrie Electrique " (Paris) Bulletin of the Assoc. of Elec. Engrs. (Liege); " Electrician "; Paper before the Min. Inst. of Scotland. Club: Ipswich and Suffolk (Ipswich). Addresses: 322, Norwich Road, Ipswich; 7, Princes Street, Westminster (Offices). T. A.: " Asynchrone, 'Phone, London." T. N.: 2269 Victoria.

MOTT, Basil, C.B., A.R.S.M., Vice-Pres. of Inst.C.E., Cons. Engr. Was associated with late J. H. Greathead in the construction of the City and South London Electric Railway; Partner with late Sir Benjamin Baker, K.C.B., with whom he was responsible for construction of the Central London Railway and other important works. Address: io, Arkwright Road, N.W.3. T. N.: Hampstead 3705; 9,.Iddesleigh House, Westminster, S.W.I. T. A.: " Lydonist Vic., London." T. N.: Victoria 2652.

MOTTRAM, T. H., C.B.E., Inspector of Mines, York and North Midland Division, Doncaster. T. A.: " Mottram, Mines Inspector, Doncaster." T. N.: Doncaster 439.

MOULDEN, John Collett, A.R.S.M., V.Pres. Inst.M.M., Min. and Metallurgical Engr.; Manager Sulphide Corporation, Central Zinc Works, SeatonCarew, since 1908; s. of B. A. Moulden. Ed. St. Peter's College, Adelaide. Training: S. Australian School of Mines, and Royal School of Mines, London. First Class in Min. and Metallurgy; Bessemer Medal, 1895. -Career: 1895-96—Cons. Engr., Kalgoorlie; 1896-99—Asst. Man, Block 14, Broken Hill Proprietory Mine; 1899-19o1—Gen. Man., Broken Hill Junction Mine; 19oI-8—Asst. Man. and Chief Metallurgist, Sulphide Corporation, Cockle Creek Smelters, N.S.W.; 1911-14—Cons. Metallurgist to Hydraulic Power and Smelting Co., Scandinavia; Director of various Public Cos., including Minerals Separation, Ltd.; Chairman of Directors Central Acid Co; Alternate Governor representing Commonwealth of Australia, Imperial Mineral Resources Bureau. Technical Papers and R.S.A. Peter Le Neve; Foster Prize and Medal for Competitive Paper on " Zinc: its Production and Industrial Applications " (1916). Clubs: Mining and Metallurgical. Address: c/o Sulphide Corporation, Finsbury House, Blomfield St., E.C.2. T. A.: " Care, Sulfurosus, London." T. N.: Lcndon Wall 276.

MOULDING, Thomas, M.Inst.C.E., F.R. San.I., M.C.I., M.I.Water E., M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Civil, Municipal and Water Engineer, City Engineer and Waterworks Engineer, Exeter; b. 1867. T. N.: 332 and 66 Exeter. Ed. Leeds and Bingley. Articled to Richard Armistead, Bingley and Bradford. Assistant to City Engineer of York, 1890-3; Deputy Surveyor, Wallasey, Cheshire, 1893-1900, and Exeter, 190o-2; City Engineer, Exeter, 1902 to date. Carried out the river wall and promenade, Wallasey. Isolation hospital, electric tramways, waterworks extension, reconstruction of sewers and many other municipal works.

MOUNTAIN, George Alphonso, P.-Pres., Canadian Soc. C.E., M. Amer. Railway E. Assoc., M. Amer. Supts. of Bridges and Buildings, Dominion Land Surveyor; Civil Engr.; Chief Engr., Board of Railway Concessions for Canada since 1904; b. 186o. Ed and Trained: Quebec. Career: Oux Survey of Princess Louise Embankments and Quebec Graving Dock (1878), under Kinnipple and Morris, of London and Greenock; 1879—Surveys of Quebec and Lake St. John Railway; 1880—Surveys of Newfoundland Railway, under Kinnipple and Morris; 1881-1904—In charge of Location and Construction and Maintenance of the Canada Atlantic Railway, the 2( last 18 as Chief Engr. Clubs: Rideau and Golf, Man. Address: 336, McLaren Street, Atlanta, Canada. T. N.: Quebec 537.

MOUNTAIN, William Charles, J.P., M.I. Mech.E., M.I.Min.E., M.I.E.E., Consulting Electrical, Mechanical and Mining Engineer, Sun Buildings, Collingwood Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private, 8, Sydenham Terrace, Newcastle. T. A.: " Experience, Newcastle-on-Tyne." T. N.: 2646 Central (Office); 1942 Central (Res.). b. 1862. Ed. Sutton Court School, Chiswick. Apprenticeship with May and Mountain, Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham. After completion of apprenticeship as mechanical engineer became partner in the firm of Mountain and Sons, Birmingham, and then joined the Gulcher Electric Light and Power Co., Battersea, London, in 1883, as General Manager, and became Managing Director. At the beginning of 1888 joined Ernest Scott in partnership, the firm becoming Ernest Scott and Mountain, Ltd. Commenced the manufacture of electrical machinery, particularly in connection with mining work, and from that date up to 1911 was Managing Director. In 1911 commenced practice as Consulting Engineer, particularly in connection with collieries, mines, iron and steel works, etc., and is acting to a large number of firms in connection with the introduction or extension of electrical plant, particularly for the utilization of exhaust steam both in collieries and iron and steel works. Also acted as Electrical Expert to the Mining Association of Great Britain in connection with the first set of Home Office Rules in connection with the use of electricity in mines, and acted in the same capacity in connection with the second set of Rules. In 1914, Kenneth Arthur Mountain, son of the above, became partner, and the business is now carried on under the name of W. C. and K. A. Mountain. W. C. Mountain is Justice of Peace for Newcastle and County; Past President, Association of Mining Electrical Engineers; Past President, Newcastle Section, Institution of Electrical Engineers; Member of Council, Institution of Mining Engineers. Member of Union Club, Newcastle-onTyne and Constitutional Club, London. War Services.—Engaged during war upon mining work necessary for the increased output of coal to meet requirements.

MOWAT, David Marr, Vice-Pres. I.Min.E., Gen. Man., Summerlee Ironworks, Coatbridge.

MOWAT, Magnus, Brig.-Gen., C.B.E., T.D., A.K.0 M.Inst.0.E., M.I.Mech.E., Secretary Inst. Mechanical Engineers; b. November 1875; s. of the late Hon. M. Mowat. Ed. at the Aberdeen Grammar School, Blackheath School, and King's College, London, where he passed with distinction in the Eng. Faculty, having held the Offices of Hon. Sec. and Pres. (twice) of the Eng. Soc. of the College App. Mech. Engr. in the Works of the N.B. Railway, Cowlairs, Glasgow; Asst. Engr. on the Construction of the G. C. Railway Extension to London (Leicester Section); Asst. Engr. and Sub-Divisional Officer, Indian Midland Railway, Jhansi, and Res. Engr. on the new works of the G.I.P. Railway, Agra, India; Contractor's Engr. to Sir Robert McAlpine and Sons, on the Glasgow Main Drainage; Engr. to the Millwall Dock Co., and on the Undertaking being merged in the Port of London Authority was retained in charge of the East Indian and Millwall Docks Division of the Authority. War 5,7 Services: O.C. Field Co., R.E.; Commandant School of Heavy Bridging and Pontooning; Commanding R.E. of Division; Staff Officer to Chief Engr.; Commanding Roads and Communication Officer; Asst. Director and Director at War Office; Retired with rank of Brig.-Gen. in the Army on reverting to Civil Life. Address: 47, Granville Park, S. E.15. T. N.: Vic. 4564.

MOXON, Edgar, A.M.I.E.E., Electricity Supply, Corporation Electric Supply Department, Victoria Terrace, South Shields. T. A.: " Electricity, South Shields." T. N.: 320 South Shields. b. 1879. Received training under A. B. Mountain, Huddersfield Corporation Electricity Supply Department, and later held various positions on staff. Fifteen years with Blackburn Corporation Electricity Supply Department as Mains Engineer and later as Deputy Borough Electrical Engineer. Appointed Borough Electrical Engineer of South Shields, July, 1919.

MOYNAN, John Ousley, M.A., M.Inst.C.E.I., (P.-Pres.), County Surveyor, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary.

MUERS, Percy, Engr. Lt.-Commander R.N., M.I.Mar.E., M.I.N.A., F.C.M.S., Cons. Mar. Engr.; Proprietor of Jack and Muers, Cons. Engrs.; .b. 1879; s. of Henry F. Muers, of Northumberland. Ed. Trinity College, Harrogate. Training: London University. Extra First Class Hons., B.O.T. Cert. App. with Thomas Richardson and Sons, West Hartlepool; Engr. in P. and 0. Line, Standard Oil Co., etc.; Asst. Works Mangr., Richardson, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., West Hartlepool; Asst. Supt., Standard Oil Co. Steamers; late partner with C. P. M. Jack, in firm of Jack and Muers; introduced the first Cylindrical Oil Carrying Steamers, and supt. the building of 130,000 tons deadweight of these vessels, including 7 large vessels for H.M. Navy; granted Commission as Lt.-Commander, R.N., and served in H.M.S. " Barham," and afterwards on Staff, Admiral Tyne District, for repairs to H.M. Craft; introduced Submersible Mar. Oil Storages, etc. Address: 32, (Great St. Helens, E.C.3. T. A.: "Muersingi." T. N.: Avenue 5329.

MUIRHEAD, Richard, M.I.Mech.E., Consulting Engineer, 66, Parrock Street, Gravesend. T. A.: Muirhead, Gravesend." Is descended from a very old Scottish family, long settled in the south of Scotland. Was articled to the late Edward Hayes, senr., of the Watling Works, Stony Stratford, and while there became greatly interested in the steam carriages, designed and built by Thomas Rickett, of the Castle Foundry, Buckingham, for the then Duke of Sutherland, the Earl of Caithness and others. After completing his " time," he went to the great 'railway works of the L. and N.W. Railway at Wolverton, where locomotives were then built. Then, in .order to get an insight into marine engines, he obtained an appointment with the late well-known firm of John Penn and Son, Greenwich. His next position -was that of Engineering Instructor and Demonstrator of Mechanics at Farnah Hall Training College for .engineers, near Derby. While there he experimented for several years with steam carriages and succeeded in conveying ten passengers at a good speed over the loose gravelly private roads in the park, the law in those days (1868-9-70) prohibiting the use of public roads for that purpose. The results achieved and the experience gained by these experiments, 26 however, attracted the attention of the Government of India, where no such restrictive law existed, and this led to his being appointed Engineer and Assistant Superintendent of the Government Steam Road Train Service then being organized by Lieutenant (now Colonel) Crompton, C.B., etc., the engines of which, called " road steamers," ran on solid india-rubber tyres invented by the late R. W. Thomson, C.E., of Edinburgh. On the completion of this service he returned to England and went into business as a manufacturing engineer, after 21 years of which he commenced practice as a Consulting Engineer, in which capacity he has been again employed by Government on several occasions. He is also a versatile inventor and has obtained many patents which cover a great variety of subjects. He was one of the original founders of the Royal Automobile Club, and being one of the earliest living pioneers of Automobilism is recognized as an authority on all matters concerning that movement, especially as regards the use of steam engines and elastic tyres for the heaviest class of vehicles.

MULLARD, Stanley Robert, M.B.E., A.M.I.E.E., Man. Dir., The Mullard Radio Valve Co., Ltd., Hammersmith. T. A.: " Radiovalve, Hammer, London." T. N.: Hammersmith 312. b. 1883. App. to Electric Lamp Manufacturers in London. Student, Inst. of Elec. Engrs.; City and Guilds of London Institution. 1908—Assistant Works Manager, Societe Anonyme des Usines, Pentsch. I9ro-I5—Head of Research Laboratory, Edison and Swan United Electric Co., Ltd.; invented and developed the " Pointolite " Tungsten Arc Lamp. 1919—Director and Works Manager, " Z." Electric Lamp Co., Ltd. Publications: Papers to Institution of Electrical Engineers, Illuminating Engineering Society, etc. Royal Air Force Club. War Services.-1916-18—Lieutenant, R. N. V. R., attached R. N.A. S. r 918-r 9—Captain, R. A. F. Head of wireless telegraphy section, Air Ministry Laboratory, Imperial College of Science, South Kensington, S.W. 7.

MULLIGAN, Michael, A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I. Mech.E., M.Amer.M.E.E., Elec. Engr. to Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Bolton; b. 1884; s. of Michael Mulligan, Dublin. Ed. and Trained: Salford Technical Inst. Hons. in Elec. Light and Power Eng. Engaged on the erection of various British Power Station Switchboards; Electrification of Eng. Works, etc. Papers on " The Advantages of Electrical Driving in Engineering Works." Address: 223, St. Helen's Road, Bolton. T. N.: 1373-4 Bolton.

MUMFORD, Newman, M.I.Mar.E., P.-Pres. I.E.S. (Hong-Kong), Mar. Engr.; Surveyor to Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Constantinople; Principal Surveyor for Eastern Mediterranean; b. 1861. Ed. Scilly Islands. Training: Wallsend Slipway and Eng. Co. Chief Engr., 1887; Surveyor to Lloyd's Register, Singapore, 1893-95; Hong-Kong, 18951905; Constantinople, since 1905; during the War, Senior Surveyor at the Piraeus; at the latter part of the War, Principal Surveyor to Lloyd's Register in Egypt and Representative of the Director of Ship Repairs (Foreign). Thanks of Army Council and Admiralty, for services rendered. Clubs: HongKong, Club de Constantinople. Address: Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Constantinople.

MUNDAY, C. F., R.C.N.C., M.I.N.A., Naval Construction Dept., Admiralty, Hale Bank, Brighton Road, Purley, Surrey.

MUNDEY, Alfred Holley, A.I.C.S., F.C.S., M.Inst.Met., Metallurgist; London Manager, Fry's Metal Foundry; b. 1868; s. of late James Mundey. Ed. Alford Grammar School, Woolwich. Training: Royal Arsenal Technical School, Birkbeck College Engr. App., Royal Arsenal, 5 years; Asst. Metallurgist Royal Carriage Dept.,, 1889-1912; Chief Metallurgist, Royal Gun and Carriage Depts., Royal Arsenal, 1913-20; in charge of all Metallurgical and Eng. Chemical Work in connection with manufacture of Guns, Gun Mountings and Equipments; in charge of Mechanical and Physical Testing Rooms, and Inspection of all Metals and Raw Material; Visiting Lecturer in Metallurgy: Woolwich Polytechnic, 1894-1904; Northampton Institute, 1904-20; Universities Committee Lecturer to Troops Overseas, 1918-19. Addresses: 14, Wrottesley Road, Woolwich, S.E., 18; Fry's Metal Foundry, Holland Street, Blackfriars, S.E.i. T. A.: "Frymetalos, Friars, London." T. N.: Hop 472o.

MUNRO, Donald Smeaton, M.I.E.E., Electrical Contractor, 11, Randolph Place, Edinburgh. T. A.: "Light, Edinburgh." T. N.: Central 356. b. 1879; s. of J. M. M. Munro, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., F.R.S.E., Consulting Engineer. Ed. Glasgow High School, Glasgow Technical College and Glasgow University. Apprenticeship with the Mirrlees Watson Co.; Munro's Electrical Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; Anderson and Munro, and in several supply stations in West of Scotland. Acted as Assistant on consulting work connected with various important railway, dock and town schemes. In 1912 the East of Scotland Section, and which had been his grandfather's and father's business, was transferred to him. Member of the Scottish Council of Institution of Electrical Engineers, the Council of the Lothian Branch of the Association of Mining Engineers, and is Vice-Chairman of the Edinburgh Branch of the Scottish Electrical Contractors Association. Author of " The Practice of Electrical Wiring," published by " The Electrical Review," and of numerous papers on aspects of electrical engineering. War Services.—Held a commission in the Scottish Command Signal Co., Royal Engineers (V.), and the firm installed plant in many aircraft and other munition factories and in hospitals.

MUNRO, John M. M., M.I.E.E., Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., F.R.S.E., Consulting Engineer (Electricity Generation and Distribution,. Water Power Development, and Electric Lighting), I I, Randolph Place, Edinburgh. T. A.: "Light, Edinburgh." T. N.: Central (Edinburgh) 356. b. 1853; s. of Donald Munro; m. 1876. Ed. Glasgow University, Western Institution, Andersonian College. Served seven years' apprenticeship to mechanical engineering and pattern-making. Three years accounting and drawing office. Partner and Technical Manager to Anderson and Munro, electrical engineers, 1878-1909; was Managing Director of Holland House Electric Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Consulting Engineer to Kelvinside Electricity Supply Co., G. and S.W. Railway Co.; Clyde Trust (for harbour lighting), Norwegian Water Power Syndicate, and for power stations for burghs, county councils, and other authorities, and for the lighting of 26 mansion houses, factories and public buildings, also for the Carstairs Electric Railway, 1888, Glasgow fire alarm system, and numerous other undertakings chiefly for power, lighting and fuel economy. \Vas patentee of many electric appliances which are now in common use. Monthly articles in the technical press. War Services.—Joined Royal Air Force and was Officer in charge A.I.D., Isle of Wight and Portsmouth Groups, 1917-19.

MUNTZ, Sir Gerard Albert, Bart., P.-Pres. Inst.Met., V.P res. I.Mech.E F.R.S.A., Man. Dir., Nluntz's Metal Co., Ltd., Birmingham; b. 1864; s. of Sir Philip Albert Muntz, Bart., M.P. (deceased). Ed. Harrow, Neuweid-on-Rhine, King's College, London. Training: French Walls Works, Birmingham. Specialist in manufacture of Brass, Copper, Aluminium and other Non-Ferous Metals. Clubs: St. Stephen's, Westminster; Union, Birmingham. Address: Tiddington House, Stratford-onAvon. T. A.: 3o, Stratford-on-Avon; Gerard Muntz, Birmingham. T. N.: 3o Stratford-on-Avon; 145 Smethwick.

MURGATROYD, Samuel Lees, M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.T., Civil Engineer, Northwold, Pinner, Middlesex. T. N.: I 7 Pinner. b. 1864; eldest s. of James Murgatroyd, F. R. I. B.A.; m. Eleanor Gertrude, youngest d. of James Hall of Lymehyrst, Didsbury, Manchester. Ed. Victoria University, Manchester. Pupil with E. T. Belhouse and Co., hydraulic engineers, Manchester, then in Locomotive Works, M.S. and L. Railway, Gorton; transferred to Civil Engineering, and became Chief Assistant in District Engineer's Office, M.S. and L. Railway, Sheffield; later General Assistant to Engineer-in-Chief; Assistant Engineer G. C. Railway in 1902; Permanent Way Engineer in 1917. Past President, the Permanent Way Institution.

MURPHY, L., Captain M.I.E.E., Electrical and Automobile Engineer, 15, Upper George Street, London, W.2. T. A.: " c/o Edibatt, London." T. N. Paddington 2182. b. 1882. Ed. City and Guilds Technical Colleges, Finsbury and South Kensington. Chief Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, East London College, University of London; Chief Engineer, Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., specialists on electrical protective gear; Chief Engineer and Designer to Arthur Lyon and Wrench, Ltd., specialists on aero-dynamos and portable generating sets. Now Chief Electrical Engineer to Edison Accumulators, Ltd., electric vehicle manufacturers. Contributor to various technical periodicals, also " Hobart 's Dictionary of Electrical Engineering." War Services.—As Captain, R.A.F., and Lieutenant, R.N.V. R., 1915-19; charge of design, inspection and test of wireless telegraph and telephone gear for aeroplanes and submarine chasers.

MURRAY, Charles Walter, M.I.Mar.E., M.I.N.A., M.Inst.Met., Supt. Engr. and Manager, Mar. Dept., Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.; b. 1857; s. of George Frederick Murray. Ed. Southampton. App. Day, Summers and Co., Engrs. and Shipbuilders, Southampton; afterwards remained with firm 5 years; 1884-93, with P. and 0. S.N. Co. as Sea-going Engr.; Engr.-in-charge of Hog Island Hydraulic Lift Dock, Bombay, and Res. Inspecting Engr. at the building of the S.S. " Malacca " and " Formosa," Barrow-in-Furness; then practised as Cons. Engr. and Naval Arch. in Southampton until 1900. Private Address: Day Dawn, Kenley, Surrey; Business: Oriel House, Farringdon Street, E.C. T. N.: Purley 280 (Private).

MURRAY, James O'Hara, M.I.Mech.E., Proprietor, J. O'Hara Murray and The " Amross " Positive Lock Washer Mfg. Co.; b. 1872; s. of Edward O'Hara Murray, Barbados. Ed. Harrison College, Barbados; Royal College of Technology, Charlottenburg, and University of Berlin. Training: Sangerhausen Machine Factory, Sangerhausen, and Henry R. Worthington, New York. Asst. Testing Engr. for Henry R. Worthington, New York, 1893-6; Asst. Mangr., Worthington Pumping Engine Co., Berlin Branch, subsequently Chief Engr. and Testing Expert for the Continent; established the firm of J. O'Hara Murray in Berlin, 1902-3; Former Director of the Sturtevant Eng. Co., Berlin; responsible for the Leipzig Condensing Plant for the Central Power Station, including Cooling Towers, etc.; responsible for the Erection and Testing of Rotterdam Sewage Pumping Machinery; interned at Ruhleben 1915, repatriated 1917. Clubs: St. Stephen's, Queens, All England Lawn Tennis, R.A.C. Address: 66, Hatton Garden, London, E.C.I. T. A.: " Amrossite, London." T. N.: Holborn 2606.

MURRAY, Thomas Blackwood, D.Sc., J.P., F.R.Ae.S., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., M.I.A.E., Motor Car Engr., Conford Park, Liphook, Hants. T. N.: Liphook 8. b. 1871; s. of John Lamb Murray, of Heavyside, Biggar;;n. Hetty W. Rusack, 1900. Ed. Biggar School, George Watson's College, and Edinburgh University. Engineering apprenticeship, King, Brown and Co., Rosebank Engine Works, Edinburgh. Chief Draughtsman with Rankine Kennedy, electrical engineer, Carntyne, Glasgow, Outside Manager with Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., Glasgow; Works Manager, Motor Car Syndicate. In 1899, in conjunction with Norman 0. Fulton, founded Albion Motor Car Co.; Chairman and Managing Director of Albion Motor Car Co., Ltd. Numerous inventions in hydraulic, electrical and motor-car engineering. Past Pres. of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland; Past V.-Pres. of the Institution of Automobile Engineers; Past Vice-Chairman of the Scottish Section of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. Member of Royal Scottish Automobile Club. War Services.—Visited battle area in France, and advised special modifications connected with mechanical transport. Designed Albion-Murray patent lubricator, which was standardized on the A. B. C. " Dragonfly " engine; designed Chorlton-AlbionMurra aero-en f,11 n e.

MURRAY, Thomas Roberts, 0.B.E., Wh.Sc., M.I.Mech.E., Joint Managing Director of Spencer and Co., Ltd., Engineers, Melksham; " Keverstone," Bath. T. A.: " c/o Spencer, Melksham." T. N. 359 Bath. b. 1862; s. of James Murray, Aberdeen; m. in 1889, Annie Storrier, d. of Peter Bain of Fountville, Woodside, Aberdeen. Ed. Silver Street Academy, Aberdeen, and Chanonry House School, Old Aberdeen. Apprenticed to James Abernethy and Co., Ferryhill Foundry, Aberdeen. On conclusion of apprenticeship was for some time in drawing office of L. Sterne and Co., Ltd., The Crown Iron Works, Glasgow; then accompanied Sir Dugald Clerk to Hollin9e, wood to assist in development of " The Clerk Gas Engine "; afterwards in the drawing offices of William Muir and Co., toolmakers, Manchester, and Dorman and Co., Stafford. Obtained a Whitworth Scholarship in 1886, and accepted position as Works Manager at the Crown Iron Works, Glasgow, of L. Sterne and Co.. Ltd. In 1898, went to Melksham, Wilts, as Managing Director to Spencer and Co., Ltd., which position still holds. Was responsible, when at Glasgow, for the design and construction of many large and important refrigerating installations in all parts of the world; and as Managing Director of Spencer Co., Ltd., of many of the most important grain handling installations at home and abroad. Member of various committees of Employers' Federation, etc. Paper on " Theory and Practice of Mechanical Refrigeration," read before the Institute of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, in 1897, for which he was awarded Premium of Books. Clubs: Bath and County, Royal Automobile, British Empire. War Services.—Was intimately connected with the development and manufacture of explosive paravanes, etc., and in 1918 was created Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services in connection with the war.

MUSCHAMP, Percival, Capt., M.I.Min.E., Pres. National Assoc. of Colliery Managers, 1919-21, General Manager, New Hucknall Colliery Co., Ltd., Mansfield; b. 1867; s. of William Featherstone Muschamp. Ed. Coatham School Training: Collieries and Nottingham University. Developed Coal Min. in Spitzbergen; laid out, sank and equipped Welbeck Colliery; concerned with the laying-out and development of new Coal Field in Canada and British Columbia, together with the Railways. and Housing in connection therewith. Clubs: United Services, Nottingham. Address: Elmfield, Mansfield, Notts. T. A.: " Muschamp, Mansfield." T. N.: 311 Mansfield.

MUSGRAVE, John Richard, M.I.Mech.E., Senior Partner and Founder of Musgrave Brothers, Hydraulic Engrs., Leeds; b. 1867. Ed. Pannal College, Harrogate. Training: Payne and Sons, Ltd., Otley, and Henry Berry and Co., Ltd., Leeds. Partner in Henry Berry and Co., Ltd., Leeds, 6 years. T. A.: " Tools, Leeds." T. N.: 26252.

MYLES, David, Major (retired) 5th N.F., Cons. Mar. and Mech. Engr.; Principal of D. Myles and Co., Cons. Engrs., etc.; b. 1857; s. of D. Myles. Ed. West End Academy, Dundee. Address: Sun Insurance Building, Collingwood Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. A.: " Myles, Newcastle-on-Tyne."

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