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‘West Coast Expedition’ and ‘The Coming Man’s Arrival’ in Dunedin Punch

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Date

23 September 1865

Identifier

Hocken Periodicals Pun

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Dunedin: The Punch Office

Abstract

‘The Coming Man’s Arrival’ is one of Dunedin Punch’s better-known images, drawing attention to the arrival of Chinese gold miners in Otago. These miners were invited by the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce in the hope that they would replace those who had been lured by the promise of better and more plentiful gold on the West Coast. Dunedin Punch first appeared on 27 May 1865. On 1 September 1867, it changed its name to the Otago Punch.

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The Punch Office, “‘West Coast Expedition’ and ‘The Coming Man’s Arrival’ in Dunedin Punch ,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed September 22, 2018, http://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/10831.

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