Hiscocks, Ercildoune Frederick, fl 1899-1940s :A new era in view for the Maori. New Zealand Graphic and Ladies' Journal, 9 February 1907 (front page).
Reference Number: A-315-1-018
A young boy representing 'New Zealand today' holds out the tools of self-reliance (an axe), labour (a shovel) and agricultural instruction (a grubber) to a Maori chief who is wearing native dress and standing outside his marae, while 'granny's' offers of 'New Zealand yesterday' of charity, the free potato system, and flour and sugar dole are set aside.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to New Zealand Graphic and Ladies' Journal (Newspaper. 1890-1908), Ercildoune Frederick Hiscocks, Ahu whenua, Maori - European relations, Maori education and Public welfare.
Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Hiscocks (A-315-1), T. Lloyd (A-315-2), various artists from the "Ladies' Journal", "The Freelance", "New Zealand Graphic" and "Melbourne Punch" (A-315-3), Nisbet, Reference Number A-315 (38 digitised items)
Extent: 1 cartoon bromide(s)Bromide, image size 258 x 202 mm.. Single art work
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