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CITY NOTE8-continued.

Crompton and Company, Limited, 18, 44,

535

Electric Supply Company of

Australia, 45

Cuba Submarine Telegraph Company,

Limited, 156

Direct Spanish Telegraph Company,

Limited, 104, 330, 360, 397

Direct United States Cable Company,

Limited, 76, 104, 131, 452

Eastern and South African Telegraph

Company, 535

Eastern Telegraph Company, 72

Edison and Swan Company, 45, 76

Eastern Exti asion, Australasia and

China Telegraph Company, Limi.

ted, 361, 452, 480, 701

Electric Construction Corporation, 396,

616

Electricity Supply Company for Spain,

Limited 424

Elmore's Foreign and Colonial Patent

Copper Depositing, Limited, 424

Exeter Electric Light Company, 76, 103,

129

Falcon Engine and Car Works, 104, 186

Fowler-Waring Cables Company, 676

Globe Telegraph and Trust Company,

Limited, 130

Gülcher (New) Electric Light and Power

Company, 676, 701

Halifax and Bermudas Cable Company,

Limited, 330

India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Tele-

graph Works Company, Limited,

20, 45

Indo-European Telegraph Company,

Limited, 506

London Electric Supply Corporation, 72

Maxim-Weston Electric Company, 701

Metropolitan Electric Supply Company,

700, 723

Montevideo Telephone Company, Limi-

ted, 452, 480

National Telephone Company, 18, 45

Reuter's Telegram Company, 361

South of England Telephone Company,

Limited, 19, 535

Swan United Electric Light Company,

Limited, 535, 560

Taunton Electric Light Company, Limi.

ted, 506

Telephone Company of Austria, 132

United River Plate Telephone Company,

Limited, 132, 156, 184

United Telephone Company, 18

West African Telegraph Company, Li-

mited, 19

Western and Brazilian Telegraph Com-

pany, Limited, 534,561

West Coast of America Telegraph Com-

pany, Limited, 45

West India and Panama Telegraph Com-

pany, Limited, 535, 561

Woodhouse and Rawson, Limited, 535,

561, 562

Club lighting, 503

Come one, come all ! 182

Cominercial education, 297

Communication with the Cape interrupted,

41

light vessels, 114
Communications from Austro-Hungary,

496, 576, 645

Compound winding case, 1

Condition of electric lighting in Buda

Pest, 32

Contact electricity and the chemical theory

of the galvanic elements, 688

Contact electromotive force, 145, 222, 228

Continental notes, 7, 146, 201, 236, 258, 300.

339, 370, 440, 512, 520

Contribution to the management of pri.

mary batteries, 2017

Contributions to the chemistry of storage

batteries, 481

Construction of motors, 721

Cook as an electrical engineer, 698

Copper mining in Ireland, 720

steam pipes, 170, 244

673

Co-operative telephones, 602, 657

Correction, 588, 721

Connt Edison, 268

Country house lighting, 98
County Council condescending, 158
Courageous telegraph messenger, 504

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CORRESPONDENCE-

Accumulater installations, by W. J.

Boult, 683

Accumulators at the Paris Exhibition,

by P. Bedford Elwell, 516
American correspondence, by “ Das Tele-

phon,” 543

patents, by J. E. Pickering, 196
Alternate current working, by Chas.

Zipernowsky, 196
Automatic electric railway lamps, by

H. J. Dowsing, 56

Barking Road electric cars, by Th.

Frazer, 112

Cable making, by Henley's Telegraph

Works Company, Limited, 682

Cheap telegraphy, by Linckens, 196

Coad's primary battery, by Mann and

Taylor, 280

Coal consumption in central stations, by

Robt. Hammond, 432

Compound winding case, by S. P.

Thompson, 56

Continental items, by C. Neilson,
Copper steam pipes, by W. Stepney

Rawson, 223

Curve of a Westinghouse machine, by

J. Swinburne, 252

Dynamometers, by Gerald F. Percival,

653
Edison and the Lelande battery, by

James C. Richardson, 731
Electric light in railway trains, by F.

W. Cooke, 656

Explanation, by Carl von Buch, 600

Electrical execution, 372

Electric lighting in Paris, by Thomson-

Houston International Elec-

tric Company, 84

surging, by S. Emerson, 432

traction, by A. J. Jarman, 340,

432

by Wm. Houghton, 460

by Harry Willis, 168,

224, 372

by W. D. Sandwell,

372

by William Houghton,

404

by John Willis, 279
in the States, by Gus.

C. Landberg, 251
with storage batteries,

by A. Reckenzaun,

252
Electropathic quackery, by G. S. Ram,

516

by Desmond G.

FitzGerald, 656

Energy and electricity, by Desmond G.

FitzGerald, 544, 600, 682, 708

by Leonard Joseph, 514, 572,654
Facts versus Fables, by Foxhound,"

656
Fused joints, by F. J. Smith, 543
Five-wire system, by Messrs. Laing,

Wharton and Down, 544
G. P. 0. Engineering Department, by

“ S. N.," 543

High and low potential, by J. C.

Richardson, 404

Incandescence lamp slide rule, 371
Inductive capacity of electro-magnets,

279

Institution of Electrical Engineers, by

W. C.Gan,

of Electrical Engineers, by

F. H. Webb,

King, Brown and Company v. Anglo-

American Brush Company, by A.

B. Brown, 56

Lighting public vehicles, by H. Luttrell-

Elward, 488

Lightning conductors, by S. A. Varley,

515

London Tramways Company, by Harry

Willis, 515

Long distance lighting, by F. J. Down,

544

Magnetic properties of alloys, by J.

Hopkinson, 84

Misapprohension, A, by "Surprised," 84
Munro and Jamieson's Pocket Book, by

" Ajax," 732
Overhead wires, by Dan. Joh. Waden,

168

Wire Rules, by Alexander P.

Trotter, 544

CORRESPONDENCE-continued

Ozone, by Ernst Fahrig, 656, 732

by Pike & Barnet, 683

Pocket galvanometer, by Jolin & Co., 224

Queries, by “ A Student," 488

Retraction required,

by Frank J.

Sprague, 308

Seeing to a distance by electricity, by L.

B. Atkinson, 683

Severe test, A, by S. D. Green, 28

Should it be so? by " Enquirer,” 516

Spinning crystal,' by “F. M.,” 28, 83

Strike at Silvertown, by Wm. J. Tyler,

432, 654

Strikes, by L. Miller, 487

Submarine cables, by "Tynesider,” 628

Teachers and Students, by S. A. Varley,

485, 567, 599,

627, 708

by John Perry,

516

by W.E. Ayrton,

598

Telephone patents, by Wm. Monroe, 224

by H. B. Edwards,

432

by Ernest J. Gillett,

460

Telephones, by Stanhope Company, 655

Trades Union, by Wallace J. Sandy, 544

600

by W. T. Gooday, 572

Transformers, efficiencies and coal bills,

by R. E. Crompton, 486

Transformer tests, by P. Cardew, 516

Underground mains, by D. Brooks, 625

Units of measurement, by W.M. Madden,

654

Universal telephones, by “ Phone," 224
Zipernowsky electric tramway, by Ganz

and Company, 625

Coal mining by electricity, 200

County Council and electric lighting, 39

Cox's burglar alarm contact piece, 522

Cured by the dynamo, 505

Curions cause of fault in & submarine

cable, 465

effect of metallisation in a vacu um

256

grievance, 15
DAGG
AGGER, J. H., on the manufacture of

the alloys of aluminium in the

electric furnace, 355

Daily Graphic, 646

Damage to insulators, 127
Danger ahead, 720
Davey, Paxman & Co., 126
Davies, John E., on electrical surgings,

349

“ Dead Heart,” 674

Death of Sir Daniel Gooch, 449

Deaths from lightning, 215

that don't count, 532

by lightning, 269

Deprez-D'Arsonval differential galvano-

meter, 350

Deptford Station, 613

Designing dynamos, 299

Destruction of electrical plant at Lynton,

214

Devonshire Club, 422

Dick, Tom and Harry, 501

Difference of potential of metals in contact,

606

Difficulty, A., 357

Dire opponent of high tension, The, 697

Disputed electrical contract, 502

Dundee, 588

Duration of lightning, Study of, 6

Dynamo machines, Synthetic study of, 10,

64, 257, 381, 497

room accessories for intensity,

potential and resistance mes

surements, by C. C. Haskins,

271

Dynamos at the Paris Exhibition, Notes

on, 36, 95, 121, 146

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Effect of the copper syndicate, 269

of placing a ball and point in a high

tension alternating current cir-

cuit, 175

Efficiency of the arc lamp, 273

of transformer system, 341

Eiffel Tower struck by lightning, 213

ELECTRIC

bell contract going, 298

bells, 181

bells at fire brigade stations, 613

bridges at the Paris Exhibition, 174

cables in New York, 244

cars in England, 696

» in Milan, 531

car accident, 358

„ on fire, A, 559

Chenoweth's conduits, 284

coal digger, 449

communication, 181

companies' balance sheets, 99

company becomes a nuisance, 213

company for Balleymena, 589

country tramlines, 213

cranes, 14

employment of motors, 668

E.P.S. system of supply, 243
Greatest railway in the world, 449
Heating of conductors by currents, by A.

E. Kennelly,
Houstholm Lighthouse, 612
Hyde Park Works, Glasgow, 476
illumination at Versailles, 589
launches on the Thames, 329

in Spain, 450

miners' lamps, 309

motive power, 297

motor for alternating currents, 72

nature of currents, Modern views with

respect to, 51

Dew boat, 672
New exploder, 229

plant for Blackpool, 213

submarine boat, 501
Polarised roads, 696
Present state of traction by sturage bat-

teries, by Dr. Louis Bell, 455
Prize for, time signals, 502
progress of traction in the States, 589
Projected tramway for Bournemouth, 422,

556, 674

proposed City railway, 595

Proposed railway, 242

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in Parliament, 42

Board of Trade and, 720

Birmingham Provisional Order, 11

Bognor, 418
Borough Engineer on, 32
Bournemouth, 68, 241, 267, 418, 477, 554,

671

Bradford, 23, 180, 500

brewery at Tadcaster, 101

Brighton, 285, 295

in Brisbane, 418

British Museum, 690

Brussels, 501

Busy in, 41

at Calais, 500

at Cardiff, 392

China, 12

City, 180, 362, 398, 418, 441, 462, 483

competitive at Bournemouth, 41

Condition of in Buda-Pest, 32

ELECTRIC LIGHTING-continued.

at Tiverton, 586

for theatrical effects, 41

v. gas, 174

troubles in New York, 720

Ventnor, 531

of the Washington Navy Yard, 448

in the West, 41

wanted in Manila, 698
of Wigan, 500
Use of high tension currents in, 642
Windsor, 586
at Windsor Castle, 720
in Woolwich, 645
Worcester and, 420

Employers and workmen, 502
Engineering chair in Glasgow University,

299
Engineers' stores, 242
English v. French dynamos, 311

v. American practice, 574

Enterprise, 587

Erection of wires at Exeter, 126
Errata, 420
Eureka, 5,000 volts, 558
Ewing, Prof., on hysteresis in the relation

of strain to stress, 320

time lag in the magnetisation

of iron 536

Execution by electricity, 108

Exeter Electric Light Company, 449

Ex-Mayor on Deputations, 691
Experimental determination of the law of

variation of the E.M.F. in arma-
ture of a Westinghouse dynamo,

233

Explosions in accumulator cars, 101

in conduits, 672

in subways, 722
Extending ladders, 359
Extension of the Pioneer Electric Railway,

450

ELECTRIC LIGHTING-continued.

at Cork, 478
at country house, 98
and the County Council, 39, 566, 648,

676, 704

Cowes, 418, 447

Croydon, 475

Domestic, 295, 313

Dundee, 533

in Dundee, Cost of, 671

Eastbourne, 12, 500

Edinburgh, 125, 295, 531, 644, 554

and Leith, 68

Erith, 68

Exeter, 68, 448, 500

Theatre, 392

Falmouth, 295, 357

Fareham, 295, 327, 612

of Florence, 720

France, 69

v. gas, 174

in Germany, 477

Glasgow, 477, 671

at Govan, 450

Harrogate, 295, 448

Hastings, 43, 295, 418, 586

Hotel, 180

Hove, 312, 447, 579, 720

Huddersfield, 720

Installation in Brussels, 15

Irish, 530

Isle of Wight, 211

Japan, 212

Johnstone, 69

Kensington, 448

Central Station, 478

Keswick, 157, 212

at Konigsberg, 695

Lambeth, 23

Launceston, 212

Leamington, 694

Leeds, 720

Leith Town Council and Companies, 157

Liskeard, 68

Liverpool inspector, 241

London, 66, 108, 135, 152, 162, 187, 190,

217, 358, 397, 418, 452

Madrid, 392

Manchester, 12

in Manchester, Bank, 671

Milan, 695

New York Harbour, 694

Northfleet and, 554

in the Navy, 41, 418

in Newcastle, 241, 500, 671

New York, 69, 530

in New Zealand, 212

Nostell Priory, 713

at Paris, 646

Paddington, 180, 331, 360, 430, 447

at Paignton, 419

and politics, 671

Penarth Dock, 212

Plymouth Theatre, 694

Plymouth, 182, 500

Poole and Bournemouth, 180

Pontardawe, 448

Port Louis (Mauritius), 125

Portsmouth, 18, 410, 420, 445, 531, 701

proposals in Leeds, 18

proposed at Torquay, 671

provisional orders, 645

question at Leeds, 554

Reading, 418

regulating accumulators, 652

Rival companies at Chatham,

of river steamers, 253

Salford, 157, 212

Savoy Hotel, 364

schemes, 66, 108, 135, 162, 190

Scotch gas managers and, 125

Sheffield, 43, 295

in South Africa, 453

at Southampton, 211

at Southsea, 24, 126

at Southtown and Gorleston, 418

Stafford, 500

of steamers, 694

at Stockholm, 268

at Stonehouse, 418

Swindon, 587

students, 447

Suburban, 12

Switzerland, 69

Taunton Company, 477

Tenders wanted,

Thames steamboat, 296

Theatre, 98. 295. 4is

FALU
JAILURE of the Schmidt-Douglas Elec-

tric Company, Bradford, 243

of electric light, 557

Fall of an overhead wire, 614

Falling off in Chili copper, 646

Fair-play is a jewel, 99

Far-seeing individual, 126

Fêting of Mr. Edison in Paris, 242

Filey, 478

Find, A, 299

Fire in a meter room, 722
Fireman and electric bells, 14
First in the field, 243
Five-lead system, 118
Fluctuations of electric shares, 14
Folkestone to be lighted by electricity, 157
Form and efficiency of incandescent fila-

ments, by C. J. Reed, 703, 716

Formulæ

for wiring, 183

Fowler-Waring Cables Company, 180, 215,

450, 612
French Government and the Parisian telo-

phones, 43
Funny folks at Gravesend, 587

ELECTRICITY-

in Agriculture, 21

and aluminium, 722

in America, 477

Another death from electricity, 395

its application to agriculture, 466

in Barnum's, 477

in Brussels, 501

in Brussels, Distribution of, 607

in an emergency, 674

Chelsea Supply Company, 589

Cheltenham and supply of, 557

Comparative cost of, and gas, 287

Country house lit by, 477

Execution by, 238, 330, 423

First tannel lighted by, 589

and the forthcoming railway congress, 14

and gas in Liverpool, 210

in America, Vagaries of, 646

on gas shares, Effect of, 614

for gas men, 100

in German railways, 698

in gynæcology, 493

at Henley, 39
Horse grooming by, 70
in Inverary Castle, 646
Killing by, 674
Lighting a mill by, 586
Production of motive power from, 633
in Piccadilly, Supply of, 614
and the Mormons, 587
to railways, Report of applications of,

by M. M. E. Sartiaux, and Z.

Wiessenbruch, 611, 633, 660

in the Russian Navy, 557

Seeing to a distance by, 609

St. Pancras Vestry and, 697

in South Yorkshire, 579

Lighting in Liverpool, 720

of Manchester by, 157

„ trains by, 228

in Mexico, 455
Mill lighting by, at Morley, 98
in mills, 393
in mines, 126
in mining operations, 393, 511
Newspaper articles on, 420
Organ blowing by, 359
Palace lighted by, 357
in Pennsylvanian Mines, 333
Precipitation of sewage by, 22
its present and its future, 369
as a profession, 265
Progress in England, 69
in railways, 270
in Rufford Abbey, 243
Salford Corporation and, 359
on ships, 268
in Spain, 70
supplant gas, Will, 117

steam on city railways, Will, 57
Supply Company for Spain, Limited, 449

of in Sheffield, 181

Swedish Government and, 268

Train lighting by, 500

Use of in Philadelphia, 14
Utilisation of at shooting ranges, 15
in Vienna, 243

v. wrinkles, 181

Electro-Harmonic Society, 298, 328, 505,532

» motor in South Africa, 360

» prize, 587

Electrolysis” of distilled waters, 116

Electro-physiology and therapeutics, 449

393

Electrolytic polarisation by metals, 279

Electropathic quackery, 13, 329, 505

E.M.F. carve of the Westinghouse dynamo,

213
Elliott Bros, Paris Exhibition, 395
Elmore copper, 647

HAS

ASKINS, C. C., on dynamo room

accessories, 271

Hats as telephone receivers, 672

Heating of conductors by electric currents,

by A. E. Kennelly, 640, 725

Heating of wires and lamp filaments, by

Gilbert S. Ram, 638, 668
Hedges, K., on precautions to be adopted

where å supply of electricity is
furnished by means of transfor-

mers, 321
Henley's Telegraph Works, 360
Hering vice-grip wire coupling, 38
Hertz's, H. N., experiments, 229

Madden, W. M., on units of measurement

of physical quantities, 635

Magnetic circuit, 213

leakage in dynamos, by Prof. H.

C. Carhart, 286

wells, 358

Malbrook s'en va't en guerre, 141
Maltese Lightning Commission, 558
Malvern lighting, 615
Management of primary batteries, 243
Manchester Technical School, 269

588, 646

Jubilee Exhibition, 722

Mansfield, G. W., on electric railways, 245

Manufacture of incandescent lamps, 70.

Manville, A., on series electrical traction,

351

Marcel Deprez and the electrical trans-

mission of power, 299

Margarine v. Bosh, 556
Margate and Westgate lighting, 615
Mare's nest, 449
Mason College Engineering Society, Bir-

mingham. 557
Maximum efficiency of incandescent lamps

for central station work, 265

Mechanical telephones, 479

Mechanics' Annuals, 697

Memorial to late Dr. Joule, 614

Meteorological congress, 99

phenomenon, 717

Methods of regulating accumulators in

electric lighting, by G. B. Prescott,

582, 621

Metropolitan electric lighting, 158

Electric Supply Company's

Report, 697

Military telegraphy experiments in France,

127

telephones, 101

Mill

lighting at Chelmsford, 241,

fires, 721
Mining congress at Paris, 14

Institute of Scotland, 615

Miracle working, 393

Mix and Genest's portable military micro-

telephone, 105

Modern views with respect to the nature

of electric currents, 51

Money and the electric companies, 42

Mordey-Victoria alternator, 172

Moss Side local board, 70

Motive power, 359

Municipal lighting, 695

Murray's Penny Pocket Guide to London,

42

Mutual advantage, A., 420

Electric Manufacturing Company,

100

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High tension current transmission, 148

death currents, 489
falutin, 297

Large incandescent lamps v. arc lamps,
speed, 478

665
tension, 546

Late communications, 448

Higher Technical and Science School, 297 Law of probability of error as applied to

Holborn Board of Works and the Central

the observed electrical resistance

Railway, 697

of the human body, 186

Holden hydrometer, 664

Leading lights of Leeds, 421

Honours to members of the British Associa L'Electricien for 1890, 721

tion, 329

Lecture, 409

Hope deferred, 293

on electrical transmission of power,
Hotel lighting, 128, 477

420
How the Deptford explosion was caused, 158

on telegraphy, 672
„ lightning is seen, 421

Lectures on dynamos, 359

» money is wasted, 615

on electric, 392

wires are run in New York, 667

on elementary physiology and
Huddersfield Corporation and electric light,

therapeutics, 358

241

on storage batteries, 243

Huge casting, 244

Leeds Electric Light Enquiry, 71

Hyde Park Electric Works, Glasgow, 270

LEGAL

Butler v. Kensington Electric Light

IMAGINARY nuisance, 358

Company, 216

Compound Winding Patents, 25

Immisch, Messrs., mining plant, 588

Electric Apparatus Company, 155

Important notice, 298

Electrical Automatic Delivery Box, 155

sales, 269

Foljambe v. the Duke of Marlborough,

Improved Clark's standard cell, 358

83

open circuit battery, 100

Jensen Bell Electric Company-action

Improvement in electric fittings, 393

against the promoters, 102

In a multitude of counsellors, &c., 673

Queen v. Redman, 590

Incandescent lamp patents in America, 450 South of England Telephone Company

lamps, 505

v. Coleman, 671

Manufacture of, 70 United Telephone Company, Limited, v.

Increase in the price of gas, 421

Ahern & Co., 20

Increasing tractive force, 297

Company, Limited, v.

India-Rubber, Gutta-percha Telegraph

Liversedge & Co., 40

Company, 243

Company, Limited, v.

World and Electrical Trades

Srith, 534

Review, 532

Company v. Mitchell,

Innocents abroad, 596, 671

560

Induction and other things, 376, 410, 444,

Company v. Tasker,

467

699

Industries,

Legion of Honour, 531

Ingenious device, An, 329

Legislation wanted, 374

Inherent defects of lead secondary batteries, LIGHTING-

80

of Bogaor, 554

Institute of Marine Engineers, 698

Centennial International Exhibition,

of Patent Agents, 720

Melbourne, 562, 591, 617

Institution of Electrical Engineers, 159 in Cumberland, 586

Instructions for taking photographs of contracts wanted, 357

lightning, 215

of Dover, 447

Insulation measurement in central stations, of Dublin, 268
519

Lights go out, The, 674
589, 673

of Morcambe, 613
Insulating composition, 555

of Manchester, 672
Insurance and lighting, 695

Newcastle Assembly Rooms, 612
Interesting figures, 213

of omnibuses, 503

International Congress of Electricians, 213, of Paddington, 646

262, 301, 334, 365, 400

of Parliament, 720

Interruptions and repairs to land lines and of public vehicles, 450

submarine cables, 41

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question at Maidstone, 98

Inversions of polarity in series dynamos, 4 of railway trains, 709

Invitation, An, 533

of Rochdale, 613

Irish, 126

of St. James's Hall, 696

Ironmongers as dealers in electrical of Suffolk Fat Cattle Club, 695

apparatus, 90

of Tay Bridge, 695

of the “Three Towns," 559

of Vienna, 646

ACK

at Wimborne, 500

Lightning conductors, 8, 77, 148, 378, 445,

of all trades, 43

696

Jack's yarn, 98

in Belgium, 675

Japanese Electrical Society, 449

rod man again, 99

Jarman electric car, 358

Limiť between polarisation and electro-

Joule, Dr., 457

lysis, On the, 60

Memorial to, 472

Liverpool University College, 269

Journalistic change, 13

Lock and block systems, 126

Julien electric car, New, 259

Logical, 721

Electric Traction Company, 558 London central railway, proposed, 588, 698

Junior Engineering Society, 395

Chamber of Commerce, 14, 533

County Council, 506

Tramways Company, 478

K

ENSINGTON and Knightsbridge

Electric Supply Corporation, 588

central station, 498

Long distance lighting, 512

Keeping with the times, 615

telephony in Northern

Keighley, 589

Europe, 313

Kennelly, A. E., on heating of conductors

power transmission from

by electric currents, 640

over-compounded genera-

Keynsham, 477

tors, 636
K. M. B. pocket galvanometer, 175

incandescent circuit, 500
Killed by an electric wire, 71
King, Brown & Co. v.' Anglo-American

Brush Light Corporation, 42

Koepsal, Die Anitin testing the Fernanti MACHINE driving by electricity, 270

volts, 467

Mackay, John W., and his staff, 206

JACK ashore, 218

capstans, 579

National Telephone social meeting, 3

New Baxter Motor, 492

books, 450

cell, 674

Newcastle-on-Tyne Electric Supply Co., 340

New address, 721

catalogue, 448

Technical class, 695

Work on Telegraphy, 695

NEW COMPANIES-

Allchin, Linell & Company, 244

“ Batava,” 56C

Birmingham House-to-House Electricity

Company, 16

Safe Deposit Company, 479

Electricity Supply Com-

pany,

Brush Electrical Engineering Co., 183

Camborne Gas Company, 698

Cambridge University and Town Electric

Lighting Company, 17

Chili Telephone Company, 17

Column Printing Telegraph Syndicate,

159

Croydon Electric Supply Company, 17

Dalziel's Cable News Agency, 647

Devon and Cornwall Electric Supply

Company, 17

Dutton and Company, 17

Economic Gold Extraction Company, 395

Ecuador Telephone Company, 43

Electric Accessories Company, 395

Arms and Ammunition Co., 451

Construction Company, 43

Wiring and Fittings Co., 32)

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NEW COMPANIES—continued..

Fay, J. G., and Company, 451

Foreign and Colonial Electrical Power

Storage Company, 647

*Fowler-Waring Cable Company, 183

Gas Consumers' Protective Association,

698

General Electric Company, 128

Hall Gas Company, 423

Hamilton, Griffin & Co., 360

Heathley, Janisch and Company, 699

Henley 'Telegraph and Electric Construc-

tion Company, 43

Hulett, D., and

Company, 128

Irish House-to-House Electricity Co., 128

Johannesburg Electricity Supply Co., 215

Kingston-upon-Hull Electric Lighting

and Supply Company, 17

Lancashire and Cheshire House-to-House

Electricity Company, 16

Lange and Company, 559

Leicester Electric Light & Power Co., 17

Liverpool House-to-House Electricity

Company, 16

, Silver and Copper Company,

647

Llanelly Electric Light & Power Co., 505

Manchester House-to-House Electricity

Company, 16

Maquay Syndicate, 395

Midland House-to-House Electricity Co.,

16

Morris, Brothers, 675

National Electric Supply Company, 505

North African Gas Syndicate, 699

Northern Electric Wire and Cable Manu-

facturing Company, 16

House - to - House Electricity

Company, 16

Press and Engineering Co., 43

Oriental Associatioů, 616

Peru Telephone Company, 43

Potter, T. and Sons, 647

Priestman Oil Engine American Syndi.

cate, 533

Ruston, Proctor & Co., 71

Schoth's Electro-Medical Apparatus Co.,

Scottish House-to-House Electricity Co.,

Series and General Electric Traction

Company, 16

Stanhope Water Engineering Co., 215

Taylor and Challon, 559

Thomas Lighting Company, 128

Transvaal Oil Engine Company, 533

Universal Automatic Advertiser Co., 183

Westinghouse Electric Company, 71

West London Tramways Company, 722

Wild, John, & Company, 360

Williamson Electrical and Engineering

Company, 329

Woodhouse & Rawson United Co., 71

Wrexham and District Electric Light

Supply Company, 722

Newcastle and the law, 589

New dynamo, 269

electrical works, 213

era in telephony, 436

French telephone legislation, 509

firm, 615

[DECEMBER 27, 1889.

OBITUAR

BITUARY, 422, 479, 555, 582, 614, 721

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insulation, 557

» lamps for old ones, 422

light standard, 503

Scotland Yard, 422

, sight-feed lubricator, 101
simple and economic galvano-cautery,

576

soldering flux, 555

view of telephone induction, by J. J.

Carty,

York Electric Club, 557

» experience, 558

in darkness, 449

News from Austria-Hungary, 440

Newspaper articles on electricity, 420

science, 674

Nile steamers, 615

No dynamos, no steam engines, 504

Notes from Denmark and Norway, 521

Germany and France, 88

Sweden, 284

Not as it should be, 243
Novel way of exhibiting, 555
Ohr statue, 558

„ memorial, 588
Opposition to London Central Railway, 674
Okonite wire, 673

OFFICIAL RETURNS

African Direct Telegraph Company, 270
Anglo-American Brush Electric Light

Corporation, 71, 244 (See Brush

Electrical Engineering Company)

Baker, Chas, L., & Co., 102, 158, 533

Bath Electric Light Company, 479

Blackpool Electric Tramway Company,

699

Blockley Electric Lighting and Manu-

facturing Company, is

British Electric Tramways and General

Syndicate, 451

British Electric Propulsion and Traction

Company, 270, 360

British Tanning Company, 533

Brompton Electric Fittings Company,

329

Brush Eléctrical Engineering Company,

299

Caddy & Co., 451

Cambridge University and Town Elec-

tric Lighting Company, 675

Chelsea Electricity Supply Company, 44,

360

Chili Telephone Company, 216, 244, 533

City of Westminster Electrical Syndi-

cate, 216

Column Printing Telegraph Company,299

Consolidated Telephone Construction and

Maintenance Company, 360

Corinthian Electro-Medical Battery

Company, 505

Crompton-Howell Electrical Storage

Company, 329

Crompton Electric Supply Company of

Australia, 560

Croydon Electric Supply Company, 616,

647

Devon and Cornwall Electricity Supply

Company, 589

Dixon and Corbitt and R. S. Newall and

Company, 699

Dutton and Company, 129, 723

East Strand and District Electric Light

Light and Power Company, 648

Ecuador Telephone Company, 216, 424
Electric Arms and Ammunition Syndi-

cate, 675

Construction and Maintenance

Company, 451

Construction Corporation, 244,

479

Tramcar Syndicate, 44, 299

Trust, 616

Electrical Accessories Company, 424, 479

Automatic Delivery Box Com-

pany, 216

Works Construction and Main-

tenance Company, 244, 699

Accumulator Association, 451

Power Storage Company, 560

Purification Asscciation, 590

Electricity Supply Company for Spain,

451, 479, 533

Supply Corporation, 616

Exeter Electric Light Company, 616

Electric Wiring and Fittings Company,

675

Elmore's Copper Company, 590

Fireless Motor Syndicate, 590

Galloways, 533

Halifax and Bermuda Cable Company,

184, 560

Mutual Electric Light and

Power Company, 648

Hamilton, Griffin and Company, 424

Henley Telegraph and Electric Con-

struction Company, 71

Hermite British Electro-Bleaching Com-

pany, 270

Humboldt Electric Power and Mining

Company, 451

Johannesburg Electricity Supply Com-

pany, 299

Julien Electric Company, 101, 616

Kay Brothers, 270

Kensington Court Electric Lighting

Company, 506

Kensington and Knightsbridge Electric

Light Company, 506

Keswick Electric Lighting Company, 560

Kingston-upon-Hull Electric Lighting

and Supply Company, 723

Laing, Wharton and Down Construction

Syndicate, 479

OFFICIAL RETURNS-continued.

Lancashire and Cheshire Telephonic Ex-

change Company, 129

and Yorkshire Electric Light-

ing Company, 423, 451

and Cheshire House-to-

House Electricity Com-

pany, 616

Latimer Clark, Muirhead & Co., 71

Leicester Electric Light and Power Com-

pany, 723

Llanelly Electric Light and Power Com-

pany, 648

Manchester Electric Supply Company,

216

Maxim-Weston Electric Company, 479

Medical Battery Company, 560

Montevideo Telephone Company, 589, 616

Morris Bros., 699

Mudge-Marchant Engine Company, 533

Municipal Electric Light and Power

Company, 589

National Telephone Company, 129, 216

Newcastle and District Electric Lighting

Company, 216

Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply

Company, 452

Nightingale Automatic Electrical Ma-

chine Company, 360

Northampton Electric Light and Power

Company, 451

Northern Electric Wire and Cable Com-

pany, 44, 675

Press and Engineering Com-

pany, 102

Northampton Electric Light and Power

Company, 451

Nottingham Electric Light and Power

Company, 479

Notting Hill Electric Lighting Com-

pany, 505, 675

Page E. and Co., 451
Peru Telephone Company, 216, 424
Planet Electrical Engineering Company,

505

Portsmouth and South Hants Electric

Supply Company, 505

Priestman Brothers, 479

Railway Automatic Electric Light Syn-

dicate, 101

Ruston, Procter & Co., 102, 423

Schanschieff Electric Battery Syndicate,

647

Scottish Automatic Supply Company, 589

Series Electrical Traction Syndicate, 17

, and General Electric Traction

Company, 44, 616

Simplex Electrical Syndicate, 699

South of England House-to-House Elec-

tricity Company, 16

»

Telephone Company,

101

South-Western District and Thames

Valley Electricity Supply Com-

pany, 17

Statter, J. G., and Company, 270

Swan United Electric Light Company, 699

Taunton Electric Lighting Company, 699

„ Delmard Lane and Company,

479

Telephone Company of Austria, 244

Tonks, 44

United Telephone Company, 129

Universal Automatic Advertising Com-

pany, 299

Western Brazilian Telegraph Company,

101

Western House-to-House Electricity

Company, 17

West African l'elegraph Company, 299

Westinghouse Electric Company, 128,

424, 648

Westminster Electric Supply Corpora-

tion, 590, 616

Williamson Electrical and Engineering

Company, 360

Woodhouse and Rawson, 101, 423, 479,

533, 675

Woking Electric Supply, Limited, 560

Wolverhampton Electric Light and

Power Company 616

Yorkshire House-to-House Electricity

Company, 16

Okonite, 126, 270

Old Students' Association, 556

Oldham, 183, 531
Organ blowing by electricity, 359

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