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pubu'c Notices. COMMON SENSE MUST PREVAIL '''I'b^iQtCß&W "YOU Vote. 'Let commonsense guide you. Don't com-' I toit your country to > problematical policy that is sure to waste good ; money—Millions of (Pounds. . , ■ < ■ There has been a lot of talk about Prohibition in America. Why j not wait and see how things go there, before risking extra taxation j here. ■ ■ Remember also that there is no provision for taking a another vote j should Prohibition be carried and then prove a failure. It will be: Once j Dry, Always Dry. > TAKE THE COMMONSENSE VIEW, and VOTE FOR LIBERTY ! . " j ELECTORSDON'T FORGET:— It is tlie "Trade" winch, is urging you not to pay it £4,500,000 Compensation. Why is it refusing the £4,500,000 Common sense says there is only one reason:— Because it is sure it. can get more at the General Election. It expects £6,000,000 for Goodwill and £9,000,000 for Properties, under State Control, or -£5,000,000 (the annual liquor bill) for three years under Continuance Show the "Trade' y that it can't fool YOU, VOTE FOR THE CHILD TO-MORROW, rAn<l have done with it FOREVER. NOTE.—If you strike out the words "with compensation," your vote will not be counted. .VOTE-'-FOR THE CHILD AND THE NATION.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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