Hodgson, Trace :The trouble with Jim (McLay) was that he was too brainy... He thought too much... He took all those nasty comments to heart... Whereas I can only see things straight in front of me and that's the direction I go. [Undated].
Prime Minister, Joseph Ward, on the steps of the General Assembly Library, Wellington, reading his message at an official ceremony during which New Zealand was proclaimed a dominion
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Did the earth move for you too, Prime Minister, at the Economic Forum? My stomach turned and that's a start... Evening Post, 25 October 2000.
CANWAR protesters on a yacht in Wellington Harbour, protesting against the entrance of American nuclear warships into Wellington
Creator unknown: Photograph of politicians, and a group of Maori, on the steps of Parliament, Wellington
Vote for F Bradey of Tamworth Cottage, for one of the Provincial Council. He will endeavour to promote your very best interest, and will vote on that side the majority of his constituents dictate, or will resign when called upon 
Artist unknown :"Willie, the Inkslinger"; Credit, commerce, industries and property; he would sacrifice all to feed his vanity. Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs, .