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Blomfield, John Collis, 1873-1942 :Still they come. [Wellington, New Zealand Free Lance, 7 January 1905]

Reference Number: A-315-3-042

Shows Chinese men leaping over a wall marked New Zealand, aided by a pole marked 100 pound poll tax. Behind them are many more Chinese. They are watched in horror by Premier Richard Seddon and by Joseph Ward . Refers to the imposition of the poll tax on Chinese immigrants, and the perception that too many Chinese are still arriving in New Zealand

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1 image, categorised under Caricatures and Cartoons (Commentary), related to John Collis Blomfield, Rt Hon Sir Joseph George Ward, Rt Hon Richard John Seddon, Emigration and immigration, Chinese - New Zealand and Racism.

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Blomfield, John Collis, 1873-1942 :Still they come. [Wellington, New Zealand Free Lance, 7 January 1905], Reference Number A-315-3-042 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 cartoon bromide(s)Photograph of newspaper illustration. Single art work

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Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom right: J C B

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