Blomfield, William, 1866-1938 :A pistol that might go off. Sir Joseph "I wonder if it is loaded." W.F. Massey "Better pull the trigger and see." 1 September, 1906
Prime Minister, Joseph Ward, peers down the barrel of a gun that is labelled 'Land question' while William Massey, leader of the opposition suggests that he should try pulling the trigger to see if it will go off. Refers to the breaking up of big landholdings into smaller farms.
Page from the Observer, September 1, 1906.
Inscriptions: Recto - bottom right - Blo [pseudonym of William Blomfield]
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Physical Description: Photocopy, A4 size.
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