Person NameBalfour; Arthur James Balfour (1848-1930); Earl of
ForenamesArthur James Balfour
TitleEarl of
WH0052[no caption]W.K. Haselden03 Jun 1905WH0052.jpg 
WH0136"Unionists more united than ever" [on reverse]W.K. Haselden16 Nov 1905WH0136.jpg 
WH0133Captain Wells - Hottest Fire [on reverse]W.K. Haselden10 Nov 1905WH0133.jpg 
WH2441"Every picture tells it's story" [with apologies to Doan's Back Ache Kidney Pills] [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden08 Jul 1904WH2441.jpg 
WH5530Balfour delivering address at Cambridge as Pres. of Brit. Assoc. [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden13 Aug 1904WH5530.jpg 
WH0152What do the Liberal Party want? [on reverse]W.K. Haselden25 Nov 1905WH0152.jpg 
WH0014Bank Holiday squirt at Westminster [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden02 Aug 1904WH0014.jpg 
WH0059Westminster Bear Garden [on reverse]W.K. Haselden24 May 1905WH0059.jpg 
WH0053Published caption: What's the matter with all these seats?"
Printed under published cartoon: Another of Mr. Balfour's "safe" seats has given way. Yesterday Mr. Noel Buxton, the Liberal candidate, was announced to have won the by-election at Whitby by 445 votes. At the last two general elections a Conservative was returned unopposed.
W.K. Haselden03 Jun 1905WH0053.jpg 
WH0106Unemployed Bill [on reverse]
Published caption: Bringing him to life again.
Printed under published cartoon: The women's deputation to the House of Commons has been followed very quickly by the announcement that the Government now hope to pass the Unemployed Bill and that the Opposition will help to get it through. Naturally the women will claim the credit for saving the measure.
W.K. Haselden19 Jul 1907WH0106.jpg 
WH0095Panic in Parliament - Butler Commission [on reverse]
Published caption: A bombshell for the government.
Printed under published cartoon: the first duty of Parliament is to deal with the Butler report, which says that millions of pounds were wasted with the connivance of Army officials. Will the Government dodge the issue?
W.K. Haselden21 Jun 1905WH0095.jpg 
LSE0395Waterloo BridgeDavid Low (1891-1963)05 May 1928LSE0395.jpg 
WH0153Confound their politics [on reverse]W.K. Haselden03 Dec 1905WH0153.jpg 
WH2787The Drink [?] Published caption: The latest infallible drink cure.
Printed under published cartoon: An American doctor claims to have discovered that a certain kind of eye-glasses will cure drunkards. Is this the sort of effect they will have upon the sight?
W.K. Haselden06 Aug 1904WH2787.jpg 
WH4682No caption.W.K. Haselden01 Jan 1904 - 31 Dec 1930WH4682.jpg 
PC0283[no caption]Richard Willson21 Aug 1996PC0283.jpg 
WH0097Delightful travelling [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden30 Jun 1905WH0097.jpg 
WH0051Published caption: The faithful dog and his new master.
Printed under published cartoon: The Irish Unionist M.P.s are still indignant that Sir Antony Macdonnell should remain Under-Secretary for Ireland, but Mr. Long has explained that Sir Antony is now under complete control. As the author of the Muzzling order, Mr. Long knows what to do!
W.K. Haselden13 Apr 1905WH0051.jpg 
WH0055Balfour and the opposition [caption on reverse]
Published caption: Would this satisfy the opposition?
Printed under published cartoon: The Opposition complain so bitterly of Ministers being absent from the House of Commons when fiscal resolutions are discussed that we suggest Mr. Balfour should have wax effigies of himself and his principal colleagues put upon the Government Bench for their opponents to rail at. This would certainly be better than denouncing empty seats.
W.K. Haselden31 Mar 1905WH0055.jpg 
WH0131Balfour and the guys [on reverse]
Published caption: Which guy will Mr. Balfour burn?
Printed under published cartoon: While Lord Londonderry, a Free Trade member of the Cabinet, is urging that the Fiscal Question shall be dropped, Mr. Austen Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Exchequer, declares that the Government have no intention of dropping it. Each section of the Cabinet is trying to persuade Mr. Balfour to go its way.
W.K. Haselden04 Nov 1905WH0131.jpg 
WH0535"In melting mood" [on reverse]W.K. Haselden11 Jul 1904WH0535.jpg 
WH0102Humours of Parliament [on reverse]W.K. Haselden05 Jul 1905WH0102.jpg 
WH0022The New St. Patrick
Printed under published cartoon: St. Patrick is credited with having rid his country of all reptiles. Mr. Winston Churchill hopes to win equal renown by driving "the fiscal frogs and tariff toads out of Ireland." So he said in his speech on Saturday in Dublin.
W.K. Haselden26 Jan1904WH0022.jpg 
WH0108Parliamentary resignation [on green folder]
Published on front page. Published caption: Mr. Balfour as Hamlet - "To go or not to
go." Printed under published cartoon: The Prime Minister's promised statement on Monday
concerning the defeat of the Government by 8 votes on the Irish Land Commission Expenses
Vote is awaited with the keenest interest. Meanwhile there is absolutely nothing to show
whether it will take the form of an announcemnt of the resignation of the Government or
will practically ignore the defeat altogether. The clamours of the Liberal and Irish
Parties are in any case not likely to affect Mr. Balfour's decision so much as the
weariness and indifference of his own followers.
W.K. Haselden22 Jul 1905WH0108.jpg 
WH4754[no caption]W.K. Haselden01 Jan 1904 - 31 Dec 1908WH4754.jpg 
WH0050Published caption: Not such a safe seat as he thought!
Printed under published cartoon: Mr. Gerald Loder was appointed a Junior Lord of the Treasury because it was supposed his seat at Brighton was quite safe. Unfortunately for him, it collapsed altogether.
W.K. Haselden07 Apr 1905WH0050.jpg 
WH3415Published caption: A rehearsal in manners.W.K. Haselden03 Aug 1905WH3415.jpg 
DL0060Leap-year sprint of the bachelors' "Safety First" League.David Low (1891-1963)01 Mar 1928DL0060.jpg 
WH0015School Politicians - St Stephen's School [caption on reverse]
Published caption: Off for the holidays.
Printed under published cartoon: After an unusually profitless session, during which members of Parliament have behaved more than ever like schoolboys, the political term at Westminster now comes to an end. When the House of Commons meets again will it be under the same Leader? Many people still expect a general election in the autumn.
W.K. Haselden11 Aug 1905WH0015.jpg 
LSE0397Waterloo BridgeDavid Low (1891-1963)05 May 1928LSE0397.jpg 
DL0083Waterloo BridgeDavid Low (1891-1963)05 May 1928DL0083.jpg 
WH0538Why not more humour in politics?W.K. Haselden28 Jun 1907WH0538.jpg 
WH0090Balfour and volunteers
Published caption: Two ways of treating the volunteers.
Printed under published cartoon: Mr. Balfour evidently thinks the Volunteers have been too roughly treated by Mr. Arnold-Forster. In his speech on Saturday he smoothed their rumpled hair and told them what splendid fellows they are. But Mr. Arnold-Forster still remains in the Cabinet.
W.K. Haselden12 Sep 1906WH0090.jpg 
WH4683Published caption: The political Vesuvius.W.K. Haselden28 Sep 1904WH4683.jpg 
WH0778Simple life antidote to war worry [on reverse]W.K. Haselden06 May 1915WH0778.jpg 
VY3224[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]09 May 1962VY3224.jpg 
WH0536"Shouldn't he be called B.C.?" Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman as an ancient Briton [on reverse]
Printed under published cartoon: The Prime Minister: Do tell that strange old man to go away. He looks like an Ancient Briton. Ask him if he knows this is 1904. [The "Evening News" suggests, apropos of the new vote of censure, that Sir Henry Camphell-Bannerman's methods are so antique he ought to be called B.C. instead of C.B.]
W.K. Haselden19 Jul 1904WH0536.jpg 
LSE0360Leap-year sprint of the bachelors' "Safety First" League.David Low (1891-1963)01 Mar 1928LSE0360.jpg 
WH0537Political coca-nut shy [on reverse]W.K. Haselden20 Feb 1906WH0537.jpg 
WH1752Army Contractor [on reverse]
Published caption:Mud-trhwong.
Printed under published cartoon: Delighted Army Contractor (with a few millions in his pocket): As long as those fellows confine their mud-throwing and votes of censure to each other I'm all right.
News: In 1904 the Esher War Office (Reconstitution) Committee led to the establishment of a Committee of Imperial Defense, with the PM in control and with a permanent secretariat to connect the activities of the responsible ministers and the knowledge of service experts. Also, an Army council was to replace a single commander-in-chief.
W.K. Haselden26 Jun 1905WH1752.jpg 
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