CodeGB/BCA/3943
Dates1862-1952
Person NameHughes; William Morris (1862-1952)
SurnameHughes
ForenamesWilliam Morris
Other forms of nameHughes, Billy
Catalogue
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LSE0881Cut out the talk and come to the point!David Low (1891-1963)13 Dec 1917LSE0881.jpg 
LSE0890"You dirty boy!"David Low (1891-1963)31 Jan 1918LSE0890.jpg 
LSE0889The suicide.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jan 1918LSE0889.jpg 
LSE0927The Hughes scheme of a protective tariff as Australia sees it.David Low (1891-1963)03 Oct 1918LSE0927.jpg 
LSE4238[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1907 - 31 Dec 1919LSE4238.jpg 
LSE0888Winnin' the war.David Low (1891-1963)10 Jan 1918LSE0888.jpg 
LSE0936The inseparables. It is officially denied that Hughes and Cook have been out of touch with one another for three months.David Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1918LSE0936.jpg 
LSE3755Squeezing the bottle.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jul 1917LSE3755.jpg 
LSE6610Reporter: "Before you go Mr.Hughes, have you any message to the nation?" Billy: "Just that the country's going to the dogs. I haven't been allowed one decent tune since I arrived."David Low (1891-1963)23 Aug 1921LSE6610.jpg 
LSE0902Never introduce your Donah to a pal.David Low (1891-1963)11 Apr 1918LSE0902.jpg 
LSE3736On tour.David Low (1891-1963)01 Mar 1917LSE3736.jpg 
LSE0937Hughes vision of the peace conference.David Low (1891-1963)12 Dec 1918LSE0937.jpg 
LSE0909Making history. "Engagements of W. M. Hughes and J. Cook include Empire luncheon, Parliamentary luncheon, Australian Club's luncheon, Chamber of Commerce luncheon."David Low (1891-1963)20 Jun 1918LSE0909.jpg 
LSE0911Bull's dilemma. The nuisances: "Well, if you don't know what to do with us, give us a pass to a theatre."David Low (1891-1963)04 Jul 1918LSE0911.jpg 
LSE0922As a going concern. "A fund of 40,000 pounds has been suggested in London for the purpose of keeping W. M. Hughes in England." Australia: "Hey! What's your offer for the lot?"David Low (1891-1963)29 Aug 1918LSE0922.jpg 
LSE0980The Bell-boy.David Low (1891-1963)22 May 1919LSE0980.jpg 
LSE0921No escaping him. "London. - Mr. Hughes, welcoming the Australian press delegates, said that they had come to Britain in the fifth year of the greatest war of all the ages to see," etc., etc. (Loud yawns.)David Low (1891-1963)22 Aug 1918LSE0921.jpg 
LSE0918Balanced.David Low (1891-1963)08 Aug 1918LSE0918.jpg 
LSE0997Worth the winning!David Low (1891-1963)11 May 1922LSE0997.jpg 
LSE0985The circus leaves for home.David Low (1891-1963)10 Jul 1919LSE0985.jpg 
LSE0883This way or that way? "Under the country's laws you can decide whether you will have it this way or that way. That is all you can do....If you turn these proposals down I wash my hands of all responsibility, and you take what comes." - the Prime MinsiterDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Dec 1917LSE0883.jpg 
LSE0893The return. "It is reported that Mr. Hughes will shortly leave for England." - Any paper any day.David Low (1891-1963)14 Feb 1918LSE0893.jpg 
LSE0915Jeremiah among the prophets.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jul 1918LSE0915.jpg 
LSE0944The proposed National Ministry / Napoleon in exileDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1952LSE0944.jpg 
LSE3719After the victory. The Warrior: "Tell me, when is my funeral?"David Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1916LSE3719.jpg 
LSE0941"Billy" Cartoon History by Low.David Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1952LSE0941.jpg 
LSE0882The compleat war-winner.David Low (1891-1963)13 Dec 1917LSE0882.jpg 
LSE0926The air man makes good. "Mr. Hughes has made arrangements by which '1914' men will be granted home leave." - Cable.David Low (1891-1963)26 Sep 1918LSE0926.jpg 
LSE3714A Labor conference. Pearce: "Sing them 'The Red Flag' Billy, and pacify them!"David Low (1891-1963)28 Sep 1916LSE3714.jpg 
LSE0935The world against her. Ermyntrude Hughes: "Friendless, hungry and desperate, I beseech you not to desert me and my cheild." (As he turns indifferently on his heel). (Slow curtain, green limelight, as Erm. writhes centre.)David Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1918LSE0935.jpg 
LSE0977Horatius holds the bridge.David Low (1891-1963)01 May 1919LSE0977.jpg 
LSE0942The Imperial Conference. Asquith: "David, talk to him in Welsh and pacify him!"
This is the best-known Australian political cartoon. The original is now in Federal Parliament House. It is reproduced here exactly as it appeared in The Bulletin of March 16, 1916. It was drawn on the occasion of (Asquith's) in the first half of World War I
David Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1952LSE0942.jpg 
LSE0957The melting pot.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jan 1919LSE0957.jpg 
LSE3761Winning the war.David Low (1891-1963)16 Aug 1917LSE3761.jpg 
LSE0928Joyful tidings.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1918LSE0928.jpg 
LSE0908Nhughes items.David Low (1891-1963)13 Jun 1918LSE0908.jpg 
LSE0934"Armistice, a brief suspension of hostilities." - Noah Webster.David Low (1891-1963)21 Nov 1918LSE0934.jpg 
LSE0969Our special correspondents collect the news.David Low (1891-1963)20 Mar 1919LSE0969.jpg 
LSE0959The Disturber. The Supreme Council spent two hours and a half hearing the Dominion delegates' arguments for the retention of the German colonies. The opinion is freely expressed amongst the Dominion delegations that the proceedings were not characterised by an attempt to discover the truth or justice, but by a cold aloofness and indifference to the small nations' pleas. Mr. Lloyd George and other British statesmen appear dissatisfied with Mr. Hughes's statements. - Cable.David Low (1891-1963)30 Jan 1919LSE0959.jpg 
LSE0972A present for Mr. Wilson. "America has so far not accepted any mandates under the League of Nations system" - Cable.
Clemenceau: "Dear Woodrow, we cannot allow you to deprive yourself of the pleasure of uplifting some of these savage races. In recognition of your great efforts on behalf of your own inestimable principles, we have pleasure in handing you this little gift."
David Low (1891-1963)10 Apr 1919LSE0972.jpg 
LSE0899The stick-up. "Unless the Ministry could obtain by some means the co-operation of the leaders of the Labor party, which would enable the recruiting scheme to be successful, it would have no right to say that it represented the people of Australia, either for the purpose of the Imperial Conference or for any other purpose." - Irvine. "'Scuse me, but 'ave yer got a job about yer fer me 'an' me mate?"David Low (1891-1963)21 Mar 1918LSE0899.jpg 
LSE0894Matter for congratulation. "I think that the Government should be satisfied that the Defence Department has, in all the circumstances, done remarkably well." - Pearce's comment on the Defence Commission's report.David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1918LSE0894.jpg 
LSE0955Pons asinorum.David Low (1891-1963)16 Jan 1919LSE0955.jpg 
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