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THE MARINE ENGINEER;
A MONTHLY JOURNAL OF
MARINE ENGINEERING, SHIP, UILDING,
STEAM NAVIGATION & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
EDITED BY WILLIAM GEORGE NTAL,
Assoc. I.N.A., Hon. M.I. MAR. ENG.
Vol. XVIII.–From April, 1896, to March, 1897.
OFFICE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS AND PUBLICATION, 3, AMEN CORNER,
PATERNOSTER ROW, E.C.
Proper and Efficient Manning of the Navy, The, 185
Marine Engineers, 310
by this Motion, A New, 51 Thermal Efficiency of Crude and Refuse Petroleums, 471 Torpedo Boat. A Practical Submarine. 345 Trade Strike in Messrs. Thornycroft's Works, 186 Trial of a New Submarine Boat, 185 Tubes of Water-Tube Boilers. 98 Watertight Door and their Danger to Modern Fighting Ships, 1 Water-Tube Boilers on the "Terrible" and "Powerful," Suocess of the, 385 Water-Tube Boilers, The Circulation of, 93 White Metal Bearings for Marine Engines, 94
Abstruse Calculations as to the Non-uniform Rolling of Ships, 2 Accommodation of Fast and Small Passenger Steamers, Improved Speed and,
809 Administration of the Mercantile Marine Fund, 386 Advantages of Liquid Fuel, 471 Allan's Submarine Boat, 315 Annual Dinner of the Institute of Marine Engineers, 137 Annual Meeting of the North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Ship
builders, 310 Apprentices and the Board of Trade, 229 Argentine Armoured Torpedo-boat Destroyer Corrientes," 346 Association of Chambers of Commerce of the United Kingdoin at Southampton,
278 Balanced Pressure Valves, 385 Bazin Roller Boat, its Progress, 435 Bazin's, M., new Roller Boat, 229 Belfast, Institution of Mechanical Engineers at, 230 Beresford, Lord Charles, on Navy Reforms, 185 Beresford, Lord Charles, on Watertight Doors, 1 Boats, Their Sizes and Best Method in Placing Them on Board Ship, 346 Brass or Gun Metal o. White Metul, 91 Butcher, Captain M, J., on the Variety of Construction and Fittings of
Steamers, 846 Carriage of Grain Cargoes, The, 50 Castle Mail Packets Company's Sad Loss, 137 Causes of Mysterious Fractures in the Steel used by Marine Engineers as
Revealed by the Microscope, The, 49 Chemical Estimate of the Salinity of the Condensing Water, 49 Circulation of Water-Tube Boilers, 93 Collapse of the Dispute upon the Clyde, 273 Conditions of Safety now Generally Recognised for Ships, 275 Construction of Watertight Doors, I Conversazione of the lastitute of Marine Engineers, 348 "Corrientes,” Argentine Armoured Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 816 Deficiency in the Number of Men for Warships, 273 Discipline in the Merchant Service, 435 “ Drummond Castle," The loss of the, 187 Duties of the Shipmaster, Legal Requirements, Disabilities and, 815 Engineer's Heroism, An, 137 Engineers' Strike on the Clyde, 273 Experiments in Balanced Pressure Valves, 385 Extension of the Term of Workshop Service for Apprentices, 229 Feed and Circulating Water, etc., by Chemical Means, The Measurement of, 19 First Experiments in favour of the Roller Boat, 135 German Emperor, The, and the Institution of Naval Architects, 138 German Shipyards, Progress of, 94 Grain Cargoes, The Carriage of, 50 Hatch Coarnings and their Fittings, 346 High Speed Steainers to the Channel Islands, 809 Improved Speed and Accommodation of Fast and Small Passenger Steamers,
309 Institute of Marine Engineers and Apprentices, 229 Institute of Marine Engineers and the Board of Trade, 310 Institute of Marine Engineers and their Conversazione, 348 Institute of Marine Engineers, Annual Dinner of the, 187 Institution of Mechanical Ergineers at Belfast, 280 Institution of Naval Architects in Germany, 138 Invaluable Adjuncts to the Mercantile Marine, 185 Investigations on the Stability of Ships, 2 Labour Troubles at the London Docks, 230 Legal Duties of the Shipmaster at Home and Abroad, 435 Legal Requirements, Disabilities, and Duties of the Shipmaster, 345 Liquid Fuel, 471 Marine Engineers and our Colonies, 137 Marine Salvage Açpliances, 51 Measurement of Feed and Circulating Water, etc.. by Chemical Means, The, 19 Mercantile Marine Fund, Administration of the, 386 Merits of White Metal for Marine Engines, 94 Microscopical Examination of Metals and Alloys, 49 Move of the P. and 0. Directors. The new, 230 Necessity of Providing an Adequate Royal Naval Reserve, The, 273 New Zealand Parliament and Engineers, The, 387 Non-uniform Rolling of Ships, The, 2 North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Annual Meeting
of the, 310 P. and O. Company and the
London Dock Companies, 280
Adjuncts for Water Gauges, 395
Canada,” Twin-screw St amer, 318
" The New P. &0. Liner, 397