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—iagawwuiHlM I MIWynrTIMIMHBWiBWWBBWBIWIPBBSSBBII}W^MSBS!EKiSBWBBBiSB^ft!BiiiI MEANS THE ABSOLUTE DENIAL BY LAW OF YOUR RIGHT TO Import Make, Sell, or Consume ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. Therefore, Strike Out the Bottom Line Only on Both Voting Papers: NATIONAL issue.. i Vote for National Continuance LOCAL ISSUE. i Vote for Local Continuance

Between 12,C00 and 13.000 members of the Yorkshire Miners’ Aisociation and 6.C00 members of the Northumberland Miners’ Aftioriatiun have enlisted or been called up as rescrrict?.

Electors wishing to Vote in favor of ic • « m must BBODa SEs3esmO3BZSB!SB99 BSfiBZOBSISB aSSXBBU3UHHemraramra3IEHBBS££SS&EBH££BBBUttBBSn Electors are warned against the advertisements which have appeared yrging them to strike out the bottom line, as these have been inserted either by the Moderate League or the Trade (Signed) ALEX R - S. ADAMS, President of the United Temperance Reform Council.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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