The Cartoonist

Two workmen are bringing a long, rolled up piece of material into a building while a worried-looking Menzies observes.
No, Mr Holt, it’s not a new carpet—it’s a protest against the royal!

The Herald, 20 June 1963

Protests and opposition to naming the new decimal currency the Royal; were continuing, ultimately forcing the government to drop the idea and name the currency the Australian Dollar.