Nairn, James McLachlan 1859-1904 :Scylla and Charybdis / Kopeeks [del]. Supplement to Evening Press October 24th 1890. Evening Press Political Cartoons, no. 1.
Reference Number: A-018-029
Cartoon, accompanied by satirical verses signed W. F. R., deriding politician George Fisher, who is standing for re-election. He is attempting to walk between the demands of the ministerial benches to his left and a woman waving an I. O. U. for #5 on his right. The verses accuse him of changing his mind regularly, yet continuing to ask electors to vote for him.
Nairn, James McLachlan 1859-1904 :Scylla and Charybdis / Kopeeks [del]. Supplement to Evening Press October 24th 1890. Evening Press Political Cartoons, no. 1., Reference Number A-018-029 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Lithograph, b&w 223 x 285. Art works
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