Blomfield, William, 1866-1938 :Whistling in the dark to keep his pecker up. The New Zealand Observer, 29 June 1912 (front page).
Reference Number: J-054-077
New Zealand prime minister Thomas Mckenzie, on a dark path at night watched by William Massey in an ambush, clutches to himself an apple labelled 'ministry', and a club (trusty waddy) labelled 'party pledges'. Mckenzie, who took office in March 1912, lost office to Massey in July 1912.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings, Caricatures and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Rt Hon William Ferguson Massey, Rt Hon Sir Thomas Noble Mackenzie, William Blomfield, Ian F. Public Lives - New Zealand's Premiers and Prime Ministers Grant, New Zealand observer, Prime ministers, Elections and Apples.
Blomfield, William, 1866-1938 :Whistling in the dark to keep his pecker up. The New Zealand Observer, 29 June 1912 (front page)., Reference Number J-054-077 (1 digitised items)
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