The Cartoonist

Calwell and Menzies each mounted on horseback in armour in a jousting tournament. A sign nearby says No confidence tournament: Calwell challenges Sir Bob. Looking on is Frith himself, dressed as a princess.

It’s on again

The Herald, 2 April 1963

The Menzies government had survived a no-confidence motion in the House, ostensibly due to a struggling economy but more likely an attempt by Arthur Calwell to force an early election.