Many English immigrants liked to think of New Zealand as a ‘better Britain’ – an England without the problems of a class society. One example of the ‘superiority’ of the New World was that ordinary people could hunt without the restraints of game laws.
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Te Ara - The Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Reference: Illustrated New Zealand Herald, 1876.
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