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To wait for the poll at next General Election with the idea of gaining Prohibition without Compensation would be a course which could only result in j disaster. Prohibition must be won now, because the only fair, just and equitable poll that the great National issue can possibly have, for some years at least, is the poll fixed for Thursday, April 10. Every year under license means The suggestion to postpone votyet another year's inefficiency and ing for Prohibition until the General waste— Election i> the suggestion of the liquor tv%a%~DON'T BE MISLED BY IT! Every year under license means It is sure iy better to pay that hundreds more of our brightest £4SOOOOO and CLOSE THE BARS AT boys must line up and take drink for O JVCE than to go on spending £5,000,000 the first time— ( our drink bill) year after Every year old drinkers are djingr *®ar' '""" , , .. ' .^ I off-new ones must take their places! Moreover, it is almost impossible |i for National Prohibition to win at Do you realise that the boy Of next General Election owing to the to-day will be the drunkard of to- THREE-ISSUE HANDICAP. I morrow if YOU allow the liquor trade rp^ iiq UOP trade knows this and to continue ? seeks to side-track your vote on April I The only way to ensure that 10# 1 1 your boy—or the other boys—will not At next General Election three ' 1 :■■ go under through drink> is to vote i sßTve s will be on the ballot paper— H liquor out on April 10. National Continuance, National Owner--1 ' ' ' ■ . „ . x- i * «„« ship and National Prohibition without | ■. ■■ Sobriety is essential to success Con \ peilßa ti on . Each elector can only ■ in an individual-it is equally essential voto for QNE issue# I for a Nation. . f Qf 1Q electorg? 5 VQte ■ v> I New Zealand, to keep pace in for Prohibition, 3 for National Owner- I ■ the commercial race, must preserve ship, and only 2 for Continuance, ■ I its manhood, and maintain its effi- the liquor trade wins, though only 2 m fl ciency. out of 10 voters desired it. Before ■ H Prohibition can win it must get more j ffl To hold our own in the days votes than the two other issuescom-" "" [ U ahead, waste must be eliminated—pro- bined. M duction must be increased. Drink, . , . „ „ . , I the greatest waste-the handicap to This IS what the liquor trade I industry and the hindrance to pro- asks electors to wait for! The reason 9 duction—must be banished. is obvious I 8 The one great chance for Prohibition is the Poll *on April 10. Don't miss your opportunity of voting for it! REMEMBER: PROHIBITION never had a fair chance in the past because it had to fight the threefifths handicap. ■ PROHIBITION will not have a fair chance in I the future because it will have to fight 1 I the three-issue handicap. I I PROHIBITION will have its First and Best I 1 Chance of a fair run on Thursday, ■ 9 Therefore be sure you I Strike Out the Top Line] I ON THURSDAY NEXT I

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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