Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989:'I was wondering if you're free on the 28th, Dr. Kissinger?' Evening Post. 1974
Unprecedented attraction! Unique and novel performance!! All the talents!!! For one night only!!!! Be in time! By special desire, and under distinguished patronage, and for the exclusive benefit of the Superintendent, on Wednesday evening, May 16th 1855, will be presented ... "Delusion!", or, "The Genii of the Silver Vase, and Sleiven Slaver" ... The evening's entertainments will conclude with a new and laughable extravaganza to be entitled "The Invisible Chief Clerk!, or, Pedant in stilts". / Onehunga "Free Press".
Speaker of the House, Charles Statham, and the mace bearer, on the steps of Parliament Buildings, Wellington
Electors! Beware! Take care not to sign your voting paper until the name of every candidate you intend voting for is written upon it. .
Members of Parliament in the Member's Lobby of the House of Representatives, General Assembly building, Wellington
To workingmen. Fellow workmen - If you wish to have cheap land and small farms, cheap food and fair wages, few taxes and plenty to do ... you will vote for Wakelin, the poor man's friend. Rush to the poll on Tuesday next!!! [ca 1853].
Evening Press :Mr George Fisher at the Opera House, August 24th 1887. Evening Press Litho. [Wellington, Wakefield and Roydhouse] 1887
Blomfield, William, 1866-1938 :The result of the dose - Liberals, 54; Conservatives, 14!! It did him good!!! Our cartoons, No. X. Supplement to the New Zealand times, December 2, 1893.
Heath, Eric Walmsely, 1923- :The minister of Railways, Mr McLachlan, has turned down Sir Basil Arthur's plea to reprieve condemned railway carriages being demolished at Marton. 9 December 1977.
Hodgson, Trace :What a nightmare! For a horrible minute there I thought I was the Prime Minister! [Undated].
Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989 :1972 elections campaign. Before the barrage starts - . 26 /10/1972.