[Hutchison, William] 1820-1905 :The twin angels. The Squatter's Pet and the Auckland Fibber at last in close quarters over the Otago Run Challenge Cup. The "Wellington Advertiser" supplement [18 February 1882].
Reference Number: A-095-020
Cartoon showing Thomas Dick and Sir George Grey fighting with boxing gloves over the 'Otago Run Challenge Cup', i.e. over land tenure issues. On the left behind Thomas Dick, is Sir Frederick Whitaker, applauding and to the right is Sir Harry Atkinson as an observer. The cup over which the men are fighting is marked 'Pro Patria', and has a label attached with the words "Otago runs'
1 image, categorised under Portraits, Caricatures and Lithographs, related to Thomas Dick, Hon Sir Harry Albert Atkinson, Sir George Grey, William Hutchison, Hon Sir Frederick Whitaker, Wellington Advertiser, Otago Region, Boxing, Land tenure - New Zealand - Otago Region, Politicians and Otago Region (N.Z.) - Politics and government.
[Hutchison, William] 1820-1905 :The twin angels. The Squatter's Pet and the Auckland Fibber at last in close quarters over the Otago Run Challenge Cup. The "Wellington Advertiser" supplement [18 February 1882]., Reference Number A-095-020 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Lithograph, on sheet 293 x 206 mm.. Single art work
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Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom left: 18.2.82
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