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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: a catalogue with indexes

Volume 81

Volume 81


Reade, Charles Compton.

The revelation of Britain: a book for colonials. - [Wellington]: Gordon and Gotch, 1909.

83 p. : ill.

Also in vol. 78


Strachey, John St. Loe, 1860-1927.

The problems & perils of Socialism: letters to a working man. - London: Macmillan, 1908. 126 p.

page 68

Auckland Electric Tramways Industrial Union of Workers.

Auckland Tramways dispute; report of proceedings before the Special Board of Conciliators held at the Supreme Court, Auckland, on July 8th, 9th, 10th, 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th, 1908. - Auckland: Brett Printing and Publishing Company, 1908.

130 p.


Wilson, Henry, ca.1832?-1907.

The postulates of socialism. - Westminster: The Liberty and Property Defence League, [189-?]

19 p.


Bedford, Harry Dodgshun, 1877-1918.

Political fingerposts; an enquiry into what Labour should do and should not do. - Dunedin: Evening Star Co., 1908.

147 p.


George Junior Republic Association.

'Nothing without labor'. - 8 ed. - New York: [1911?]

15 p.


George Junior Republic Association.

Annual report. - Freeville, N.Y.: 1895-? 1910


Le Rossignol, James Edward, 1866-1959.

Compulsory arbitration in New Zealand. By James Edward Le Rossignol and William Downie Stewart. - [Cambridge, Mass.: Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1910]

53 P.

Reprinted from the Quarterly Journal of Economics, v. 24, August 1910.


McGregor, John, 1850-1936.

Industrial arbitration in New Zealand: is it a success? - Dunedin: Otago Daily Times, 1901.

22 p.

Reprinted from the Otago Daily Times. Also in vol. 76


Symon, Sir Josiah Henry, 1846-1934.

Speech ... on the second reading of the Conciliation and Arbitration Bill. (From the Parliamentary debates, 19th October 1904). [Adelaide? 1904]

23 p.

At head of title: Commonwealth of Australia.


Findlay, Sir John George, 1862-1929.

Legal liberty; a lecture delivered before the Philosophical Society, Palmerston North, on Thursday, April 21, 1910. - Wellington: Printed by the N.Z. Times, 1910.

20 p.

Also in vol. 79


Ross, John, 1833-1920.

From competition to co-operation; or, Socialism in the making. - Melbourne: McCarron, Bird, 1906.

100 p.

Inserts 'Critical notices' (4 p.) before the title-page.


Findlay, Sir John George, 1862-1929.

Labour and the Arbitration Act; speech, delivered at a meeting of the Wellington Liberal and Labour Federation held in Wellington on 17th June, 1908. - Wellington: Printed by the New Zealand Times Co., 1908.

16 p.

Reprinted from the New Zealand times, June 18, 1908.


Challaye, Felicien, 1875-.

L'Arbitrage obligatoire en Nouvelle Zelande. - Paris: Revue politique et parlementaire, [1903]

32 p.

Extrait de la Revue politique et parlementaire Septembre 1903.


Stead, William Thomas, 1849-1912.

Why the Lords must go: a plain statement of what the peers have done in the last hundred years. - London: Stead's Publishing House, 1909

89 P.

At head of title: The 'Peers or People' series of papers for the crisis.