|ENEMY CONTRACTS ANNULMENT BILL IN AUSTRALIA.||1|
|ENEMY CONTRACTS ENEMY FIRMS.||2|
|IS IT BRITISH? October 8, 1914||3|
|PATRIOTISM AND THE METAL BUSINESS. December 17, 1914||4|
|ENEMY CONTRACTS. May 13th, 1915||8|
|GERMANY AND THE METAL BUSINESS. July 29, 1915.||11|
|STRANGE DOINGS IN THE METAL WORLD. August 26, 1915.||15|
|[Chapter heading not available]||19|
|[Chapter heading not available]||20|
|AUSTRALIAN TRADE AND GERMAN INFLUENCE.||21|
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