CASSIER'S MAGAZINE
A TABLE OF CONTENTS
VOLUME XXVI NOS. 3, 4
VOLUME XXVII NOS. 1, 2

WITH SELECTED DETAIL OF ARTICLES WITH RAILWAY/MODELLING INTEREST

Bulleted lists refer to figures and illustrations


CASSIER'S MAGAZINE
VOL. XXVI
JULY, 1904
NO. 3

NEW GOLD FIELDS IN THE UNITED STATES
By Day Allen Willey
pp 259-270
 Experimantal Shaft Sacking Gold and Silver Ore

PACKING MACHINERY FOR EXPORT
By Paul Roux
pp 271-275

THE ELEPHANT AS A MACHINE
By M. Barakatullah
pp 276-280

THE TELEPHONE IN THE UNITED STATES

By Herbert Laws Webb
pp 281-290

INDUSTRIAL LOCOMOTIVES

FOR MINING, FACTORY AND ALLIED USES
PART I. - STEAM LOCOMOTIVES
By J. F. Gairns
pp 291-309

A REVIEW OF THE WAGE PROBLEM
By C. H. Benjamin
pp 310-315

THE CHOICE OF A STEAM PLANT
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER INSTALLATION
By George H. Barrus
pp 316-320

OXYGEN FROM LIQUID AIR

By Eugene C. Forster, M. S.
pp 321-325

WARSHIPS WITH SIX PROPELLERS
SOME EARLY RUSSIAN TYPES
pp 326-329

THE OLDEST RAILWAY IN THE WORLD
FROM SWANSEA TO MUMBLES, IN WALES
By Thomas Rees
pp 330-332

Current Topics
pp 333-343

J. WIGHAM RICHARDSON
A Tyne Side Pioneer of Shipbuilding
A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
pp 343-344

Manufacturing News
pp i-iiv

Literary News
pp iv-viii




CASSIER'S MAGAZINE
VOL. XXVI
AUGUST, 1904
NO. 4

MINERAL SHIPMENTS AT BRITISH PORTS
By Bryson Cunningham, B. S., Assoc. M. Inst. C. E.
pp347-360

THE STUDY OF SCIENCE
ITS NEED IN MODERN EDUCATION
By John Brisben Walker, Editor of "The Cosmopolitan Magazine"
pp 360-


CASSIER'S MAGAZINE
VOL. XXVII
NOVEMBER, 1904
NO. 1

THE WORLD'S OCEAN-GOING TRADE

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BRITISH SHIPPING

By Brysson Cunningham, B. E., Assoc. M. Inst. C. E.
pp 3-11

BRITISH HYDRAULIC MACHINERY
ITS USE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF MUNITIONS OF WAR

By A. F. Petch
pp 12-25

THAWING OUT FROZEN WATER PIPES ELECTRICALLY

By William Maver, Jr.
pp 25-32

THE WATER SUPPLY OF MODERN CITY BUILDINGS
A DISCUSSION OF SPECIFIC SYSTEMS
By Wm. Paul Gerhards, C.E., Mem. Am. Soc. M. E.
pp 33-42

WARSHIPS OF THE GREAT POWERS
A STUDY OF RELATIVE COSTS
By Archibald S. Hurd
pp 43-52

ELECTRICAL PROGRESS IN CANADA
By Geroge Johnson, Statistician of the Dominion of Canada
pp 53-59

CONDENSING PLANT
TYPES OF BRITISH CONDENSERS AND ACCESSORIES
By W. H. Booth
Concluded from the October Number
pp 60-71

THE PROPOSED 20,000-TON AMERICAN BATTLESHIPS
By a Late Chief Engineer of the United States Navy
pp 71-73

Current Topics
pp 73-77

SIR WILLIAM CROOKES, F.R.S.
A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
pp 78-80

Manufacturing News
pp i-vii

Literary News
pp vii-viii


CASSIER'S MAGAZINE
VOL. XXVII
DECEMBER, 1904
NO. 2

THE RAILWAYS OF NATAL
THEIR CHARACTERISTICS, TRAINS AND TRAIN SERVICE
By J. F. Gairns
pp 83-99

PRINCIPLES OF EXCHANGE TELEPHONY
By Herbert Laws Webb
pp 100-109

STEAM ENGINEERING IN 1904
By Charles Hurst
pp 109-112

THE DIVINING ROD AGAIN

By Rossiter W. Raymond
pp 113-118

NAVAL ASPECTS OF THE WAR IN THE FAR EAST

By Archibald S. Hurd
pp 119-131

MODERN PLANERS

By Joseph Horner
pp 132-151

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS
THEIR RELATIVE SPHERE AND PURPOSE
By W. E. Langdon, Past President of the Institution of Electrical Engineers; Late Superintendent of the Electrical Department of the Midland Railway
pp 152-156

THE INCH VERSUS THE METRE
FOR A UNIVERSAL METRIC SYSTEM
By George Moores, F. S. S.
pp 157-160

THE PREMIUM SYSTEM AND THE BRITISH SHIP-BUILDING TRADE

By Benjamin Taylor
pp 161/163

Current Topics
pp 164-168

GEORGE JACKSON CHURCHWARD
Chief Mechanical Engineer of the Great Western Railway
A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
p 169

Manufacturing News
pp i-vii

Literary News
p viii