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INDEX.



241



United Kingdom, 9 ; In the
United States, 11 ; Settle-
ment of, 55 ; Statistics, lln.,
12
Sydney Morning Herald, 173

Teaming IjrDtrsTEY, 79, 80

Texas, 143

Textile Trades, 61

Toynbee, Arnold, 18(3, 187

Trade Boards : Nature of, 37,
38 ; Number in the United
Kingdom, 22, 49 — 51 ;
Number settling strikes, 53,
55 ; Value of, 38, 42, 53 ;
Work of, 52—54, C. D.
Wright's opinion of, 38

Trade Unions : Annual Con-
gresses, 17, 94, 95, 105, 114,
115 ; Attitude towards com-
pulsory arbitration, 94, 95 ;
Attitude towards voluntary
conciliation and arbitration,
17 — 19 ; Distinction from
industrial unions, 94 ; En-
forcement of awards, 19,
20 ; Incorporation of, 1 9,
20n. ; Number in the United
Kingdom, 21 ; Proposed
reform of the Conciliation
Act, 1896, 114, 115

Umpire, 29—31, 40

United Kingdom : Govern-
ment conciliation and ar-
bitration, 99 — 115 ; Growth
of industrial peace, 178 —
186 ; Number of Strikes, 9 ;
Private conciliation and ar-
bitration, 45 — 65 ; Sliding
scales, 66 — 72

United States : Chicago Board
of Arbitration, 79 — 81 ;
Compulsory arbitration, 176,



177 ; Government concilia-
tion and arbitration, 138 —
143 ; Industrial Commis-
sion, 83—87, 141 ; National
Civic Federation, 73 — 79 ;
Number of strikes and lock-
outs, 11 ; Private concilia-
tion and arbitration, 73 — 81
Utah, 139

Wages, Changes in rates of,
182, 183, 185

Wages, Rise of, in New Zea-
land, 153, 154, 190, 191

Wages Problem, Recent
growth of the, 2, 3, 4

Wages Questions a cause of
disputes, 1, 7, 8, 14 — 16

Walls, P., 76

Watson, R., Spenoe, 35

Wear Shipbuilding trade, 60

Webb, S. and B., 26, 30

Weiler, J., 81

Wellington, 168, 169, 191, 192

West of Scotland Manufac-
tured Steel Trade, 59

Western Australia, 174, 175

Williams, Justice, 165

Wisconsin, 139, 141

Wise, B. R., 161

Wolverhampton Building

Trades, 47, 48

Workmen affected by strikes :
France, 10 ; Germany, 10 ;
United Kingdom, 9 ; United
States, 11

Wright, C. D., 38, 90—92, 187,
188

Victoria Royal Commission,

166n., 175, 176
Voluntary State conciliation

and arbitration, 83, 84, 87,

90, 99—143



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