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Farmer Ghaplin (to Unionist Tariff Wobbler) : What on earth be at, messin' about all over the place like this? Ploughman: Wall, you told I to look to that cow and go straight to it, an' I bin tryin' to foller t-hic ther cow till I be tired, an , now I be waiting for 'er to settle down! [The Unionists, who ore inclined to wobble on Tariff '-Reform," all declare that they are following Mr. Balfour.]

—From the "Columbus Sunday Dispatch."

The Premiers of N.S.W. and Victoria coriiplain of the Federal Government's refusal to undertake to contrilrute a Dreadnought fo the British nation.—News item. Mr. Fisher (to Messre. Wade and Murray): "Can't you see that my hands are full? Neither of you look particularly busy at present. Why not do something yourselves V

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CARTOONS FROM ABROAD., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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CARTOONS FROM ABROAD. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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