Vanity Fair (UK), March 22, 1906
(See letter in the Standard, March 16, 1906.)
He thought he saw a hogger (whole),
Who scorned the Free Trade yoke.
He looked again, and found it was
A pig within a poke.
“Here, hang it,” said the Unionist,
“This is beyond a joke.”
Printed unsigned in Vanity Fair; entered by Wodehouse in Money Received for Literary Work.
whole hogger: a member of the Tariff Reform League, advocating heavy taxation of non-British-Empire imported goods