PUBLIC NOTICES. IF PROHIBITION IS CARRIED ( You will, not be allowed to manufacture intoxicating liquor, of any description, even for your own private, personal, or domestic use, You will not--be allowed to. import -it into New Zealand. Thus you see, not only will all hotels be closed,. but you will not _be allowed to obtain any liquor for home consumption, not even a drop of spirit for old folk. •On-the other hand, the gain by prohibition is only problematical, but the expense is very real. Loss of Revenue and Compensation will have to be paid, and to find the money you will be taxed. Land, Food, Clothing, etc.,. will all have to hear a share of the burden of Prohibition. VOTE FOR LIBERTY ! "—-~^»— —■Qjnawßiim.i iiiß»Mßawiiiaiitwaiig»ai«w»g^"B»'»^''l»»'aM'l^"lw^,rlllll,lll,ll,lll*^w^i,l^^STHE LIQUOR TRADE A POLITICAL DANGERS QUESTION.—How does the Liquor Trad© affect politics ?'" Answer.—lt cuts across'ail parties and divides them at every election on the liquor issue. In many cases in connection with the selection of candidates their attitude towards, liquor is considered of more importance than their ability as legislators. .'.-..., * ' . •:t prevents the best brains of the country getting, together tor the country's good. The Trade uses its large organisation and its ample funds to assist those politicians who will advance the interests of the Trade. QUESTION.—What is the best' metho of curing this evil? Answer.—The only thing to do is to banish the Trade. In every country the Liquor Trade has used its power nd its influence solely in support ot tne interesst of its Trade. Until this Trade, is banished there is no chance ot getting important issues clearly and calmly considered. They will always be coloured and camouflaged by the Liquor issues. QUESTION.—Is this political side of the question of any. greater ..importance now than it has been in the past p Answer.—Yes. It is of vastly greater importance now than it has even been before. The war has raised many new issues. We have now a worldwide unrest hitherto unknown The . ext election .in this country J^'J* ™J most important election ever held here. There are issues of the utmost, importance to be dealt with, and it is. imperative that the electors should '.have them put fairly arid squarely 'before them, and not camouflaged by this constantly disturbing liquor issue. Therefore, VOTE FOR THE CHILD AND NATION on THURSDAY NEXT. NOTE.—If you require any information regarding Prohibition, or if there is any. question you would like answered, write or wire Abolition, Box Jo, G.P.6., Wellington. * 4 ■AW
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919
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