This Trevor Lloyd cartoon from the 1910s depicts three Māori who have spent the proceeds of a land sale on alcohol. Lloyd tended to portray Māori as ignorant and primitive figures of fun. Negative, racist portrayals of Māori were common in 19th- and early-20th-century cartooning.
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