Hiscocks, Ercildoune Frederick, fl 1899-1940s :The greatest bout of the age. The noble art of self-defence versus ju jitsu. Joey Ward. The Awarua eye-opener. Nogi. The yellow peril. The hope of the white race. 
- Shows Sir Joseph Ward in a boxing ring, facing up to a sumo wrestler, named as Nogi or Nogu. One minute later the Japanese is floored. The New Zealand flag appears in the left background, the Japanese flag in the right. Refers to Ward's role at the Imperial Conference, London, 1911 and associated events. An original drawing for an illustration which appeared in Hiscocks' publication "Joe Ward abroad" (1911) Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical Description: Ink, on card bound into album, 245 x 306 mm.
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- 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Ink drawings, Caricatures, Ink, on card bound into album, 245 x 306 mm.
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