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Cartoonist unknown :Fair exchange is no robbery. The New Zealand Punch (Dunedin), 12 May 1888 (page 65).

Reference Number: J-065-033

A labourer is carrying a bag addressed 'Melbourne' and his carpentry tools of trade is in conversation with a Chinese man arriving on a wharf who is followed by three others off a steamship flying the flag 'Te Anau'.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Hon Sir Harry Albert Atkinson, Afghan (Ship), New Zealand Punch (Dunedin) (Periodical), Australia, New Zealand, Emigration and immigration, Chinese - New Zealand and Racism.

Part of:
Cartoonist unknown :Fair exchange is no robbery. The New Zealand Punch (Dunedin), 12 May 1888 (page 65)., Reference Number J-065-033 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photocopy/iesA4 size photocopy. Single art work

Historical Notes: This cartoon was drawn at the time that Chinese passengers from the ship Afghan were refused entry into Australian ports, as Chinese were regarded as undesirable immigrants

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