[Cartoonist unknown]:Two sides to a question - no. II. Punch, or the Auckland Charivari, 30 February 1869 (p.100).
- Auckland punch (Periodical)
Two vignettes at a ball, Miss Snooks reporting to her female friend in one, and Mr Hard-up to his male friend in the other.
Extended Title - Miss Snooks (who weighs fourteen stone, but thinks herself as light as a zephyr, has been doing a galop with young Hard-up) - Oh, Maria, dear, I have had such a delightful galop! and Mr Hard-up is such a capital dancer. I declare that when he was whirling me round the room I felt just like a little bird. Hard-up (groaning) - Oh, my poor arm, it's nearly off. Tomkins - Well, my dear fellow, if she's too much for you, why dance with her? Hard-up - Hang it, man, don't you know she's property in Queen Street, and any amount of money out of mortgages.
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