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25th July, 1899. pp. 5, 8vo. Syd., 1899.

Pam., v. =;, no. 124.

Speech on the programme of the Carruthers government, pp. 6.
8vo. Syd.. 1904.
Pam., v. 5, no. 125.

" A year's stewardship " ; a letter to the electors of Flinders
division, pp. 21. 8vo. Syd.. 1895.
Pam., v. t;, no. 121.

329.9945. Victoria.

BELPHEGOR, le diable boiteux. Intended addresses of the Vic-
torian candidates to the constituencies at the approaching elec-
tions. 2nd ed. pp. 27, 8vo. Melb., 1859.

Pam., v. 142, no. 2714.

BLACK and white list ; and the Victorian electors' guide, pp. 28,
8vo. Melb., 1856.
Pam., v. 62, no. 1018.

DEMOCRATIC government in Victoria : reprinted from the " West-
minster review " for April, 1868. pp. 40, 8vo. Melb.,

Pam., v. ^5, no. 909
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 93, no. 1681.


letters to the Hon. James Frederick Palmer, Speaker of
the Legislative council of Victoria. pp. 23, 2nd ed., 8vo.
Melb., 1855.

1'am., v. 7, no. 169.

Fourth letter to the Hon. James Frederick Palmer, Speaker of
the Legislative council of Victoria. pp. u, 8vo. Melb.,

Pant., v. 7, no. 170.

McCULLOCH, Sir JAMES. The ministerial policy : [speech] at
Warrnambool. pp. 24, 8vo. Melb., 1877.
Pam., v. 6, no. 139.

MICHIE, Sir ARCHIBALD. Lecture on the Westminster reviewer's
version of Victorian history, pp. 28, 8vo. Melb., 1868.

Pam., v. 87, no. 1566.

Victoria, retrospective and prospective: a lecture, ipth Novem-
ber, 1866. pp. 16, 8vo. Melb. [1866].

Pam., v. 68, no. 1146.

Victoria suffering a recovery : a lecture, pp. 23, 8vo. Melb.,

Pam., v. 93, no. 1680.

O., Y. Proclamation ! a paper for every one; the storm in a tea -cup;
or, the end of the crisis in Victoria, 1878. pp. 15, 8vo.
Melb., 1878.

Pam., v. 87, no. 1567.

PARSO>s 7 S, THOMAS. Sixth letter to the Duke of Buckingham.
pp. 8, 8vo. Melb., 1868.
Pam., v. 167, no. 3179.

PREXDERGAST, GEORGE MICHAEL, compiler. Black and white-
list, containing all the important division lists of the Vic-
torian Legislative assembly for session 1902-3, special Strike
session of May, 1903, session 1903. and other information.
pp. 68, 8vo. Melb., 1904.

Pam., v. 43, no. 730.
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 142, no. 2713.

PRIVATE papers of the " Victorian parliamentary co-operative
association (limited)" in liquidation, pp. 12, 8vo. Melb.
[about 1876].

Pam., v. 6, no. 140.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 167, no. 3180.

ROWE, CHARLES JAMES. An Englishman's views on questions of
the day in Victoria. 8vo. L,ond., 1882.

TREN \VITH, WILLIAM ARTHUR. Extracts from the Syme-Tren-
with controversy, pp. 12, 8vo. Richmond, 1902.
Pam., v. 87, no. 1568.

329.9946. Tasmania.

BARTLEY, THEODORE. The new premier of Tasmania; a letter
to the representatives of the people in both Houses of Par-
liament, pp. 16, 8vo. Launceston, 1876.
Pam., v. 76, no. 1314.


JEXSEX, A. Democratic Denmark and tory Tasmania; a com-
parison and some suggestions, pp. 8, 8vo. Hobart, 1905.

Pam., v. 143, no. 2736.

WALCH, J., and SONS, editors. Political and official record of
members of both Houses of Legislature constituting the
Parliament of Tasmania: ninth parliament, /first session,
opened, 24th Aug., 1886. pp. 8, sm. 8vo. Hobart, 1886.

Pam., v. 76, no. 1315.

330. Political Economy.

AIKENHEAD, J. Principles of political economy, pp. 40. 8vo.
Launceston. 1856.

Pam., v. 61, no. 993.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 66, no. 1117.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC. Harmonies of political economy : tr. from
the French, with a ' notice of the life and writings of the
author, by Patrick James Stirling. 8vo. Lond., 1860.

BLACKHAM, GEORGE. Equal opportunity. i2mo. Melb., 1902.

BUXDEV, WILLIAM HENRY, judge of the Supreme court, South
Australia. Land reform and land taxation: Education; free,
compulsory, and secular : Trades unions ; the rights and obli-
gations of their members, pp. 77, 8vo. Adel., 1889.

Pam., v. 181, no. 3484.

CAIRX T ES. JOHN ELLIOTT. Character and logical method of poli-
tical economy. 2nd ed. 8vo. Lond., 1875.

CARLILK, WILLIAM WARRAND. Economic method and economic
fallacies. 8vo. Lond., J9O4.

CASTBERG, P. H. Production; a study in economics. 8vo.
Lond., 1907.

CHALMERS, Rev. THOMAS. Political economy in connexion with
the moral state and prospects of society. Xew ed. 2 v. 8vo.
Edinb., 1850-52.

First printed in 1832.

CHAMPlOX, HENRY HYDE. The root of the matter; being a
series of dialogues on social questions. 8vo. Melb., 1895.

CLARK, JOHN BATES. Essentials of economic theory. 8vo. N.Y.,

COOPER, Sir WILLIAM EARNSHAW. Britain for the Briton; co-
operative working of agriculture and other industries a neces-
sity ; an earnest appeal for land, economic, and other vital
reforms. 8vo. Lond., 1909.

CROZIER, JOHN BEATTIE. The wheel of wealth; being a recon-
struction of the science and art of political economy on the
lines of modern evolution. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

CL'XXIXGTOX, SUSAN. Home and state; an introduction to the
study of economics and civics. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

DYER, HENBY. Evolution of industry. 8vo. Lond.. 1895.

GL'YOT, YVES. Economic prejudices : tr. by Fred. Rothwell. 8vo.
Lond., 1910.
(Soc. sc. ser.)

HEARX, WILLIAM EDWARD. Plutology ; or, the theory of the
efforts to satisfy human wants. 8vo. Melb., 1863.


HOBSOX. JOHN ATKINSON. The industrial system; an inquiry into
earned and unearned income. 8vo. Lond., 1909.

JEANS, JAMES STEPHEN. England's supremacy; its sources, eco-
nomics, and dangers. 8vo. Lond.. 1885.

JEVONS, WILLIAM STANLEY. Principles of economics ; a frag-
ment of a treatise on the industrial mechanism of society and
other papers: pref. by H. Higgs. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

KELLY. EDMOND. Practical programme for working men. 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

LAUGHLIN. JAMES LAURENCE. Industrial America : Berlin lec-
tures of 1906: maps and diagrams. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

Contents. American competition with Europe. Protectionism and
reciprocity. The labor problem. The trust problem. The railway
question. The banking problem. Present status of economic: thinking
in the United States.

LAWSOX, W. R. British economics in 1904. 8vo. Edinb., 1904.

LAYCOCK, F. U. Economics and socialism; a demonstration of
the cause and cure of trade depressions and national poverty.
8vo Lond., 1895.
Political economy in a nutshell. 8vo. Lond.. 1907.

Contents. Prologue : Natural demand and supply : Exchange and
its medium. Evil of restrictions on trade : Science progressive
towards liberty.

LEGISLATOR. The coming reaction; a brief survey and criticism
of the vices of our economic system. 8vo. Lond., 1903.

LLOYD, HENRY DEMAREST. Man the social creator [ed. by Jane

Addams and Anne Withington]. 8vo. X.Y., 1906.
Lords of industry. 8vo. N.Y., 1910.

LOXG. JAMES. The coming Englishman. 8vo. Lond., 1909.

McCULLOCH, JOHN RAMSAY. Principles of political economy ;
with some inquiries respecting their application, and a sketch
of the rise and progress of the science. 4th ed. 8vo. Edinb.,

First published in 18^5.

Treatises and essays on subjects connected with economical
policy ; with biographical sketches of Quesnay. Adam Smith,
and Ricardo. 8vo. Edinb., 1853.

MACLEOD, HENRY DUNNING. Elements of economics, v. i and
v. 2, pt. i. 2 \. 8vo. Lond., 1899.

All published.

MARSHALL, ALFRED. Principles of economics. 5th ed.. v. i.
8vo. Lond., 1907.

All published.

MILL, JOHN STVART. Principles of political economy; with some
of their applications to social philosophy. 3rd ed. 2 v.
8vo. Lond., 1852.

First published in 1848.

Same: 7th ed. > v. 8vo. Lond., 1871.

MILLS, WALTER THOMAS. The struggle for existence. 7th ed. r
8vo. Chic.. 1904.

(International school of social economy.)

facts and fallacies 8vo. Lond., 1909

MOXTGOMERY. HARRY EARL. Vital American problems; an at
tempt to solve the " Trust." " Labour," and " Xegro" prob-
lems. 8vo. N.Y., 1908.


NICHOLSON, JOSEPH SHIELD. Principles of political economy.
3 v.. 8vo. Lond., 1901-03.

V. 1-2, and ed., v. 3, ist ed.

A project of empire; a critical study of the economics of im-
perialism, with special reference to the ideas of Adam Smith.
8vo. Lond., 1909.

PEABODY. FRANCIS GREENWOOD. Jesus Christ and the social
question. 8vo. N.Y., 1904.

POST, Louis FREELAND. Social service. 8vo. N.Y., 1909.

REEVES, WILLIAM PEMBER. State experiments in Australia and
New Zealand; maps. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1902.

Contents. v. i. A continent and some islands. Progressive move-
ment. Women's franchise. Federation. Preferential voting. Land
question. Index. v 2. Labour question. Old-age pensions. Liquor
laws. Exclusion of aliens and undesirables. Index.

RICARDO, DAVID. Letters to T. R. Malthus, 1810-1823 : ed. by
James Bonar. 8vo. Lond., 1887.

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM BELL, ed. Political economy; exposi-
tions of its fundamental doctrines, selected from the best
writers; introd. by W. B. Robertson. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

ROGERS, JAMES EDWIN THOROLD. Economic interpretation of

history. 8vo. Lond., 1888.
Same: 5th ed., 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1902

SENIOR, NASSAU WILLIAM. Political economy. 4th ed., 8vo.
Glasgow. 1858.

SMITH, ADAM. Inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth
of nations : \\ith life of the author : also view of the doctrine
of Smith, from the French of M. Gamier. 3 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1811.

Short account of his life and writings in v. i, -p-p. i.-xi. First pub-
lished in 1776.

Same: another ed. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1904.
SMITH, C. M. Trade depression and wasted resources ; with some

remarks on popular government in New South Wales, -pp. 41,

8vo. Syd., 1887.

Pam., v. 5, no. 112.
TORRENS, ROBERT. The budget: on commercial and colonial

policy [&c.]. 8vo. Lond., 1844.
TOWARDS a social policy; or. suggestions for constructive reform.

8vo. Lond. [1905].
VIGOUROUX, Louis. L'evolution sociale en Australasie. i2mo.

Paris, 1902.
WALKER, FRANCIS AMASA. Political economy. 3rd ed., 8vo.

Lond., 1887.
WATSON, J. The problem solved; or, work and food before

regeneration. 8vo. Syd., 1907.
WHITE, HARRY J. In the school of reform. pp. 48, 8vo.

n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 181, no. 3483.

WICKSTEED, Rev. PHILIP HENRY. The common sense of poli-
tical economy, including a study of the human basis of
economic law. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

330.3. Dictionaries.

PALGRAVE, ROBERT HARRY INGLIS, ed. Dictionary of political
economy. 3 v., 8vo. Lond., 1901.


330.4. Essays.

B AGE HOT, WALTER. Economic studies ; ed. by Richard Holt
Hutton. 2nd ed., 8vo. Lond., 1888.

BASTIAT, FRKDERIC. Essays on political economy. i2mo.
Lond., 1853.

Contents. Capital and interest. That wbicb is seen and that
which is not seen. Government. What is money? The law.

CARNEGIE, ANDREW. The gospel of wealth, and other timely
essays: [portr.] ; 3rd ed. 8vo. Lond., 1903.

Contents. Introduction : how I served my apprenticeship. Gospel
of wealth. Advantages of poverty. Popular illusions about trusts.
Employers view of the labour question. Result of the labour struggle.
Distant possessions : the parting of the ways. Americanism versus
imperialism. Democracy in Kngland. Home rule in America. Does
America hate England? Imperial federation. Hritish pessimism.

CHURCH and life of to-day, The; by the bishop of Bristol [and
others]. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

CUNNINGHAM, Rev. WILLIAM, D.D. The wisdom of the wise;
three lectures on free-trade imperialism. 8vo. Camb., 1906.
Contents. The Right hon. R. B. Haldane and economic science.
Mr. St. Loe Strachey and imperial sentiment. Lord Rosebery and
the unemployed. Religion and political life. The imj>erialism of

ELY. RICHARD THEODORE. Problems of to-day; a discussion of
protective tariffs, taxation, and monopolies. 8vo. N.Y.,

GIF FEN, Sir ROBERT. Economic inquiries and studies. 2 v.
8vo. Lond., 1904.

GOSCHEN. GEORGE JOACHIM GOSCHEN, ist viscount. Essays and
addresses on economic questions, 1865-1893, with introductory
notes, 1905. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

Contents. Seven per cent. Two per cent. Our cash reserves and
central stock cf gold. Depreciation of silver. Condition and pro-
spects of trade. Increase of moderate incomes. Laissez-faire and
government interference. Ethics and economics. Insurance ; volun-
tary or compulsory.

MILL. JOHN STUART. Essays on some unsettled questions of
political economy. 2nd. ed. 8vo. Lond.. 1874.

RICARDO, DAVID. Letters to Hutches Trower and others, 1811-
1823 : ed. by James Bonar and J. H. Hollander. 8vo.
Oxf., 1899.

SHAW, LESLIE MORTIER. Current issues. 8vo. Lond., 1908.

Contents. i. The nation and the state. 2. Individualism. 3. The
tariff question. 4. Reciprocity. 5. Merchant marine. 6. Trusts.
7. The rate question. 8. Our money. 9. Miscellaneous topics.

economy and the philosophy of government ; a series of
essays selected from [his] works ; with an historical notice
of his life and writings by M. Mignet : tr. from the French.
8vo. Lond.. 1847.

330.5. Periodicals.

ECONOMIC journal; the journal of the Royal economic society;

1903 to date. 8vo. Lond.
SOCIALIST review; a monthly review of modern thought; v i~

March, 1908, to date. 8vo. Lond.


330.6. Societies.

AMERICAN economic association; Economic studies. 4 v., 8vo.
N.Y., 1896-99.

Xo more published : forms 2nd series of publications.

Publications. 12 v., 8vo. N.Y., 1886-96.
Same: 3rd series. 4 v., 8vo. N.Y., 1900-03.

330.8. CDllsetel Works.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC. OEuvres completes ; raises en ordre, revues
et annotees d'apres les manuscrits de 1'auteur. 6 v. 8vo.
Paris, 1854-55.

Contents. v. i. Correspondance : melanges. v. 2. Le libre-
echange. v. 3. Cobden et la ligue ; ou, 1'agitation Anglaise pour la
liberte des echanges. v. 4. Sophismes economiques : petits pamphlets,
i. v. 5. Petits pamphlets, 2. v. 6. Harmonies economiques, 3rd ed.

GEORGE, HENRY. Writings : [memorial ed.]. v. 1-8, 8vo. N.Y.,

Contents. v. 1-2. Progress and poverty. v. 3. Social problems.
v. 4. Land question : property in land : condition of labour. v. 5.
Protection or free-trade. v. 6. A perplexed philosopher. v. 7-8.
Science of political economy : Moses ; a lecture.

330.9. History.

ROGERS, JAMES EDWIN THOROLD. Industrial and commercial
history of England ; lectures delivered to the University of
Oxford: ed. by Arthur G. L. Rogers. 8vo. Lond., 1892.

SMART. WILLIAM. Economic annals of the nineteenth century :
v. i, 1801-1820. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

. In progress.

WELSFORD, J. W. The strength of England; a politico-
economic history of England from Saxon times to the reign
of Charles the first: pref. by W. Cunningham, D.D. 8vo.
Lond., 1910.

WOOD, Sir HENRY TRUEMAN. Industrial England in the middle
of the eighteenth century. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

331. Capital : Labour and Wages.

BOHM-BAWERK, EUGEN VON. Capital and interest; a critical

history of economic theory : tr. with a pref. and analysis by

William Smart. 8vo. Lond., 1890.
BRASSEY, THOMAS BRASSEY, ist earl. Papers and addresses:

work and wages : ed. by J. Potter : introd. by George

Howell, M.P. 8vo. Lond., 1894.
BROADHEAD, HENRY. State regulation of labour and labour

disputes in New Zealand ; a description and a criticism. 8vo.

Christchurch, 1908.
BROWN, DAVID. Wealth and wages in New South Wales; an

examination of the income of the community, its source and

its application, pp. 42. sm. 8vo. Syd., 1891.

Pam., v. <)4, no. 1702.

CARNEGIE, ANDREW. Problems of to-day : wealth labour

socialism. 8vo. Lond., 1908
F.8720. E


CHAPMAN, SYDNEY JOHN. Work and wages; in continuation of
Lord Brassey's "Work and wages" and r< Foreign work
and English wages." 2 v. 8vo. Lond., 1904-08.

Contents. Pt. i. Foreign competition : introd. by Lord Brassey.
Pt. 2. Wages and employment : introd. by Lord Brassey.

CLARK, VICTOR SELDEN. The labour movement in Australasia; a
study in social-democracy. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

COMMONS, JOHN ROGERS and others, eds. Documentary history
of American industrial society: pref. by R. T. Ely, introd.
by J. B. Clark. 10 v. and suppt. 8vo. Cleveland, 1910.
* Contents. v. 1-2. Plantation and frontier. Ulrich B. Phillips.
v. 3-4, and suppt. Labor conspiracy cases, 1806-1842. J. R. Commons
and E. A. Gilmore. v. 5-6. Labor movement, 1820-1840. J. R.
Commons and E. A. Gilmore. v. 7-8. Labor movement, 1840-1860.
J. R. Commons. v. 9-10. Labor movement, 1860-1880. J. R. Com-
mons and J. B. Andrews.

gress. 8vo. Lond., 1909.

Contents. i. The employed. 2. The principles of employment.
3. Our underpaid and unemployed.

DAWSON, ALBERT, ed. Adam Black, miner ; his letters to his son,
Jim, on matters interesting and important to workers. 8vo.

Syd., 1904.

Pam., v. 167, no. 3182.

DICKINSON, GOLDSWORTHY LOWES. Justice and liberty ; a

political dialogue. 8vo. Lond., 1908.
ELIOT, CHARLES WILLIAM. The future of trades-unionism and

capitalism in a democracy. 8vo. N.Y., 1910.

(Larwill lectures for 1909.)
EON. New industrial era of wealth and prosperity; or, social

and other problems solved, -pp. 49. 8vo. Melb., 1897.

Pam., v. 167, no. 3181.

FOXALL, EDWARD WILLIAM. Claims of "capital," involving an
inquiry into the subjects of currency and banking, and finan-
cial crises. lamo. Syd., 1895.

HISTORY of capital and labour in all lands and ages : their past
condition, present relations, and outlook for the future : to-
gether with an encyclopaedia of Australasian and foreign
statistics, in respect to manufactures, mining, agriculture,
commerce, &c. ; illust. 8vo. Syd., 1888.

HOBSON, JOHN ATKINSON. Evolution of modern capitalism; a
study of machine production. 2nd ed. 8vo. Lond., 1901.
(Contemporary science ser.)

HUGHES, WILLIAM MORRIS. M.P. The case for labour. 8vo.
Syd., 1910.

INTERNATIONAL labour office. Bulletin, v. i, 1906 to .late.
8vo. Lond.

IRESON, FRANK. The people's progress; a study of the facts
of national wealth, with some answers to socialists: dia-
grams. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

Contents. i. The distribution of income. 2. The rewards of

JOHNSTON, ROBERT MACKENZIE. Root matters in social and
economic problems; second series, pp. :i. 8vo. Hobart,

Pam., v. 77, no. 1360.


KEEBLE. SAMUEL E.. ed. The citizen of to-morrow ; a hand-
book on social questions. 8vo. Lond. [1906.]

LAFARGUE, PAUL. Evolution of property from savagery to
civilization. 8vo. Lond., 1890.
(Social science ser.)

LONDON. JACK. War of the classes. 8vo. N.Y.. 1905.

MAI, LOCK. WILLIAM HURRELL. The nation as a business firm;
an attempt to cut a path through jungle. 8vo. Lond.. 1910.

MARX. KARL. Capital: a critical analysis of capitalist produc-
tion: tr. from the 3rd German ed. by S. Mcore. and E.
Aveling : ed. by F. Engels. 8vo. Lend.. 1903.
Capital ; a critique of political economy : v. 2, the process of
circulation of capital : ed. by Frederick Engels : tr. from
the 2nd German ed. by Ernest L'ntermann. 8vo. Chic.,

MASSACHUSETTS : Bureau of statistics of labor. Labor laws
of Massachusetts, pp. 60, xiv.. 8vo. Boston, 1906.
Pam., v. 120, no. 2239.

MENGER, ANTON. The right to the whole produce of labour;
the origin and development of the theory of labour's claim
to the whole product of industry: tr. by M. E. Tanner:
introd. and bibliography by H. S. Foxwell. 8vc. Lond.,

MONEY. LEO G. CHIOZZA Riches and poverty. 8vo. Lond..

Same: (1910). 8vo. Lond., 1911.

MONGREDIEN. AUGUSTUS. The western farmer of America.
pp. 30. i2mo. Lond., 1880.
Pam., v. 139, no. 2668.

OGILVY, A. J. Is capital the result of abstinence? pp. 15.
8vo. Hobart, 1892.

Pam., v. 37, no. 647.

PONSONBY, ARTHUR. The camel and the needle's eye. 8vo.
Lond., 1910.

POWER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, ed. The labour laws of Queens-
land. 8vo. Brisb., 1909.

ROGERS, JAMES EDWIN THOROLD. Six centuries of work and
wages; the history of English' labour. 8th ed. 8vo. Lond.,

SMITH, C. McKAY. Capital, labour, and taxation : some pleas
for common sense, pp. 35. 8vo. Syd., 1894.
Fam f v. 43, no. 718.

lems of modern industry. 8vo. Lond., 1902.

Contents. Introd. to 1902. ed. Diary of an investigator. Jews of
East London. Women's wages. Women and the factory acts.
Regulation of the hours of labour. How to do away with the sweat-
ing system. Reform of the poor law. Relationship between co-opera-
tion and trade unionism. The national dividend and its distribution.
Difficulties of individualism. Socialism, true and false.
WRIGHT, CARROLL DAVIDSON, cd. Compilation of the labor laws
of the various states and territories, and the district of
Columbia. 8vo. \Vash., 1892.

In United States -.House reports, 52nd Congress ist session, v. n.
E 2



881.1. Relations of Capital to Labour: Arbitration.

trial arbitration act, 1901, the Industrial arbitration (tempo-
rary court) act, 1905.. and regulations and rules of at,
with explanatory notes, &c. 8vo. Syd., 1906.
AUSTRALIA: _ Court of conciliation and arbitration. Common-
wealth arbitration reports; a report of cases decided and
awards made, including a report of cases under the Excise
tariff, 1906: 1905 to date. 8vo. Melb.

BAY, N. Anomalies of the Industrial arbitration act, 1901. pp. 47,
8vo. Syd., 1905.

l':itn., v. 1 20, no. 2.238.

COPELAND, HENRY. Adam's curse and labour saving inventions:
an enquiry into the labour question of the future, pp. 73,
8vo. Syd., 1885.

Pam., v. 95, no. 1713.

DIBBS, Sir GEORGE RICHARD. Address to the trades and labour
council, October 12, 1882. pp. 14, 8vo. Syd., 1890.

Pam., v. 42, no. 713.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 77, no. 1361.

EMPLOYERS' mutual defence association of New South Wales.
Rules, pp. 12, 8vo. Syd., 1891.

Pam., v. 64, no. 1057.

GEORGE, HENRY. Menace of privilege : a study of the dangers
to the republic from the existence of a favored class. b"vo.
N.Y., 1905.

JEFFERIS, Rev. JAMES. Enfranchisement of labour; a lecture.
pp. 23, 8vo. Syd., 1878.

Pam., v. 95, DO. 1714.

KNOOP, DOUGLAS. Industrial conciliation and arbitration : introd.
by Sydney J. Chapman: [bibliography]. 8vo. Lond.,

LABOR crisis, The; report of a meeting of employers and com-
mercial men, 2nd Sept., 1890, Centenary hall, Sydney.
pp. 29, 8vo. Syd., n.d.
Pam., v. 64, no. 1058.

LABOUR and capital in Australia, pp. 6, 8vo. Edinb. , 1887.

From Blackwood's magazine..
Pam., v. 120, no. 2236.

LLOYD, HENRY DEMAREST. A country without strikes : a visit to

the compulsory Arbitration court of New Zealand. 8vo.

N.Y., 1900.
MACGREGOR, J. Industrial arbitration in New Zealand; is it

a success? pp. 22, 8vo. Dunedin, 1901.

Pam., v. 51, no. 850.
MORAN, PATRICK FRANCIS, cardinal archbishop of Sydney.

Lecture on the rights and duties of labour. pp. 23, 8vo.

Syd., 1891.

Pam., v. 95, no. 1713.
NEW SOUTH WALES: Court of arbitration. Industrial arbi-

tration reports and records; v. i, 1902 to date: ed. by G. C.

Addison. 8vo. Syd.


NEW SOUTH WALES employers' union. The labour crisis.
pp. 29, 8vo. [Syd.] 1890.

Pam., v. 64, no. 1058.

Second and third annual reports, pp. 15, 15. 8vo. Syd.,

Pam., v. 64, no. 1059-60.

NEW ZEALAND : Labour department. Awards, recommenda-
tions, agreements, &c., made under the Industrial concilia-
tion and arbitration act, 1894 to date. 8vo. Well.
OGILVY, A. J. Labour v. capital, pp. 16, 8vo. Hobart, 1895.
Pam., v. 77, no. 13.58.

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