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WEATHER FORECAST FOR JUNE,
THE CURRENTS OR TENDENCY OF THE AIR OVER THE BRITISH ISLANDS
FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1879.
NotE.-Sun's gradients at first N. Easterly, then S. Easterly succeeded by S. Westerly about the beginning of July.
REMARKS. 1. The Table indicates
Probable Winds. Strong N. Easterly tendency from the 1st to the N. Wly. to N. Ely. in the N. 4th
S. Wly. to Sly. in the South.
10th 18th, light s.Wly. to S.Ely. N. Westerly
» 27th, N.Ely. backing to S.W. N. Easterly
28th » 30th, N.Wly, to Wly.
2. Moon going South from the list to the 4th. „ coming North
5th 19th. „ going South
20th 30th. 3. Change from the Westerly to the Easterly tendency about the 1st. „ „ Easterly Westerly
Westerly » Easterly » , 28th. 4. General Forecast :1st to the 10th, Stormy: being period of Moon's Easterly tendency.
It would be noticed that the corresponding period of Moon's Easterly tendency for April (8th to the 15th) and May (5th to the 14th) were stormy. During this period the strongest gale will pro. bably occur on the 1st or 2nd, from the N.W. to the N.E., if pressure one or two days previously relatively high to the S.W., or, what is the same thing, if wind Westerly to North-Westerly, but if pressare relatively high to the North and East
then gale will probably blow from S.E. to N.E. 11th , 19th, Generally fine with occasional thunderstorm. 20th 27th, Changeable. 28th » 30th, Stormy. Moderate Westerly to North-Westerly
gale probable on 28th or 29th. 5. The gale predicted on the 6th of May blew from N.W to N.E. instead of from S.E. This was caused by pressure being previously relatively high to the South and West. It must be understood that the General Forecast is based upon an examination of past weather, and being necessarily im. perfect, I would deprecate attention being paid to it to the exclusion of the Table of Currents which is really the more important.
MARINE INVENTIONS. Monthly List of Patents—Communicated by Messrs. Wm. P. Thomp
son & Co., British and International Patent and Trademark Agents and Consulting Engineers, 323, High Holborn, London, W.C., and 6, Lord Street, Liverpool.
ENGLISH (APPLICATIONS). 1517. Edward Lyon Berthon, Romsey, Hampshire. “Improvements in collapsing boats, canoes, and canoe-shaped boats covered with canvas.”
. 1541. Meredith Jones, London. “An apparatus to prevent the
jerks and counteract the strains incidental to chains, ropes, lifts, hoists, cables, or other weighing, lifting, hoisting, hauling, towing, mooring arrangement."
1570. John Harris, Wellclose Square, Middlesex. “Improvements in indicating lamps and apparatus for use on board ship.”
1580. Joseph Warren Fowle, Boston, U.S.A. “Improvements in code of ships' fog-signals and fog-signal apparatus." (Complete specification.)
1581. Joseph Warren Fowle, Boston, U.S.A. “Improvements in code of ships' night signals and apparatus.” (Complete specification.)
1586. Charles Ross Fimey, Sunderland, Durham. “Improvements in mechanism for steering ships by steam power.”
1588. John Horner Fitzgerald, St. Andrews, Fife. “A new or improved construction of net-banling machine."
1649. George Hill, South Shields. “Improvements in apparatus used in connection with marine steam engines for condensing the exhaust steam, and supplying feed water to boilers.”
1650. John Fitzgerald, old Charlton, Kent. “Improvements in ships' signals for preventing or lessening the risk of collisions."
1662. George Daniel Davis, Stepney, Middlesex. “Improvements in valve apparatus for use in steering ships and other vessels by steam power."
1670. Nicholas Demetrius Spartali, Liverpool. “ Improvements in screw-propellers."
1675. Alexander Friedman, Vienna, Austria. “Improvements in apparatus for increasing the draft in chimneys or funnels for propelling fresh air into the stoke-holes or stoke-rooms of steamships, and for ventilating purposes generally." (A communication.)
1685. William John Butler. “Improved means or apparatus for imparting motion to the propellers of launches, boats, canoes, punts, and other such like floating vessels.”
1685. Henry Horatio Ham, Jun., and Elbridge Gerry Pierce, Jun. “Improvements in clocks for marine or other purposes." (A communication.) (Complete specification.)
1766. Evan Henry Hopkins. “Improved method of demagnetizing iron ships or composite ships."
1787. Thomas Arthur Dillon. “Improved means and apparatus for raising sunken ships and other submerged bodies."
1801. Kennard Knott. "Improvements in dry air refrigerating and apparatus therefor, applicable to ships, railway and other carriages, or to stationary purposes."
1882. Courtenay Osborne Weeks. “An improved life-saving appliance capable of adaptation to cabin furniture.”
1899. George Donkin and Bryce Gray Nichol, both of Newcastleon-Tyne. “Improvements in steam-steering apparatus.”
1915. George H. Hammond, Detroit, U.S.A. “Improvements in and relating to the construction of refrigerating rooms or chambers in ships for the preservation of meat and other perishable substances.” (A communication.)
1943. Alexandra Morton, Glasgow. "Improvements in screwpropellers for propelling vessels.”
AMERICAN. 212847. James B. Green. "Wave-powers for propelling vessels.” 213213. Thomas Lee. “Construction of bulls for vessels.”
AUSTRIAN. 3428. P. Jacquel.“ Improvements in screw-steamers.”
BELGIAN. 47618. G. G. Lawrence. “An apparatus for raising and lowering ships' boats."
47659. C. Hill. “A construction and arrangment of bars of marine and other boiler furnaces."
FRENCH. 126821. Moller. “A floating weir." 126831. Forster. “A screw-propeller.”
126892. Chaffaud and Barbotin. “A hammock-buoy for saving life at sea."
126919. Plath. "A contrivance in compasses for the automatic compensation of the deviation caused by the careening of ships.”
126927. Chaffaud and Barbotin. “ Steady and insubmersive bath boats.”
126976. Roturier. “A regular for ships' screws.” 127183. Twasey. “A screw-propeller."
127433. Foulis. “An apparatus for and means of preventing leakage and ventilating ships."
127565. Bouniol and Portalier. “A screw-boat propelled by hand.”
127567. Payenneville. “A rowing apparatus."
127666. Cuche. “An atmospheric propeller for vessels, ships and boats."
5238. H. De Burgh Lawson. “An arrangement of paddlewheels for steamers in recesses of the submerged body of the vessel, from which the water is partly removed by compressed air."
5534. E. Engström and Co. “An apparatus for climbing masts, telegraph-poles, and similar objects."
5619. J. F. Schultheiss. " Modifications in life-boats."
5686. R. W. Cowan and C. Pagé. “Feathering paddle-wheels for propelling balloons and submarine vessels."
5750. F. A. Fippner. “A safety apparatus for vessels."
5763. H. C. Hansen. “An apparatus for cleansing iron ships' bottoms."
SPANISH Comez, Zarzuela and Perez. “A life apparatus for the navy."
Lafargue and Martin. “ Improvements in hydraulic machinery for steering vessels, applicable also for propelling and reversing steam and other motors."
SWEDISH. 145. C. G. K. Lundborg. “A construction of vessels for frozen
197. H. Meyer. “A swimming and life-belt." 231. J. B. Giertz. “A life-buoy."
Patents PUBLISHED. 3530. Richard Richards, Manchester. “Improvements in vessels and appliances for raising sunken ships, and other submerged bodies." This consists in fitting bollow columns to steam