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Every voter who is interested in'the continuance- of the liquor trade should, read the announcement' appearing on" page 7 of this issue 4 The nrsj; of. this season's threshing returns afe given in the March number of the "Abstract of Statistics.", Up to March 119, 542.058 bushels of wheat and 531.113 bushels of oats were reported ; to be threshed, and the average yields per acre worked out on the areas whore particulars are given wore 34.22 bushels of wheat and 36.59 bushels of oats. The Canterbury yield was 34.37 bushels per acre of wheat and 36.'46 bushels of oats. Wellington, with 40.76 .bushels of wheat and 45.95 bushels of oats per acre, showed the highest averages for the Dominion. "Women and children first." That's what every Britisher's ballot will say To-morrow. Vote for the Child and the Nation., »■ 4

A resident in one of the suburbs of Auckland was about to retire to bod on Monday night shortly after II o'clock, when a young lady rushed on to the yorandah and beat a-t the door with her hands. He at once went out, and was informed by the excited visitor that as she- was passing a clump of trees near the road ft man shouted out to her. The householder has a particularly businesslike-looking dog, and this animal was at once turned into the plantation, with the result that three men rushed out, and made good time along the road, followed by the dog.

What shall we do with our girls? Shall any of .them lbe doomed to be drunkai'ds' wives-?'■ Voto for the Child and the Nation. 4

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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