National Centennial Exhibition of New Zealand Art Catalogue
Eceldoune Frederick Hiscocks
The New Zealand Times was the first New Zealand paper ever to employ a cartoonist, and E. F. Hiscocks was selected for the position. Besides his work for this and other papers, he published several books of collected caricatures including Joe Ward Abroad (1911), Saints and Sinners (1905), The Square Deal (1914), The book's Visit to the Land of the Moa, the Maori, and the Miner (1901), and King Dick Abroad.
146 TWO PEN AND INK DRAWINGS
(From 'King Dick Abroad')
Lent by the Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington