"I would settle on the cartoons in Punch"
'Melbourne Punch' cartoon
Public Domain'Melbourne Punch' cartoon - Credit: Melbourne Punch
Punch was a British satirical weekly magazine famous for its witty cartoons.

It was published between 1841 and 1992, and between 1996 and 2002.

An Australian version of Punch, very similar to its British counterpart, was published between 1855 and 1925; it was known as Melbourne Punch.

The caption to the women's suffrage cartoon (left) which appeared in Melbourne Punch in 1887 read:

"Some foolish people imagine our ladies will neglect their family duties. Quite a mistake."

3 a.m. That dear good old creature, Mr. Speaker, is kind enough to take the blessed infant while the Hon. Member addresses the house.