THE “HEATHEN CHINEE’S” ADVOCATE.
“ Frank Fudge ” has the following in the Saturday Advertiset : Mr Shu Fli, of Stafford street, has become so enamoured of Colonel Brett, since that gallant officer delivered his eloquent panegyric on the Celestial race in the Council, that he has dropped into poetry in order to pay a tribute of admiration to the Hero of Hong Kong, as the Colonel is now called. Mr Shu Fli has requested me to publish the following verses : Welly good man, Colonel Blett, Him in Canton puppy ett, Fly him bow-wow in him pan, Allee samee Chineeman. Colonel Blett like Chinee way— Plenny work an’ lilly pay ; Ulapleen, Amelican, Wagoy high, no Chineeman. What for you no sabbv me ? Chineeman he welly flee, Washee goldee in him pan, Allee samee Chineeman. Workee squatter welly cheap, Plenny long day, lilly sleep, Smekee opey, play Fan-tan, Allee samee Chineeman. Bymby plenny money get, Me soon leavee Colonel Blett ; Home to wifey—Foo-choo Fan— I Mo no stay here, Chineeman. I
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 399, 19 July 1881
THE “HEATHEN CHINEE’S” ADVOCATE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 399, 19 July 1881
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