[Cartoonist unknown]:Two sides to a question - no. 4. Punch, or the Auckland Charivari, 13 March 1869 (p.132).
- Auckland punch (Periodical)
Two vignettes. In the first Mrs Brown sits sedately in her parlour with her woman friend. In the second the maid is entertaining three men to ham, bread and beer in the kitchen.
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Extended Title - Mrs Brown - 'Yes, the colonial servants are, as a rule, unbearable, but NOW I have a perfect TREASURE of a girl, recently arrived from home, and therefore cannot possibly have any followers. Think what a comfort that reflection is.' This is the treasure entertaining a few of her fellow-passengers in the kitchen, whilst her mistress is prematurely eulogising her in the parlour.
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