IPS. mil icli irtl ill) dy 119' )|IC 11)0 rns 'l'll lis, ive .!)• lil 'lj ids J WITH THAT TITH NUM'bGR OF MCBNSHK EXISTING IN THE DISTRICT CON' TIN UK. —4>i-W —B HJTII lOT DM mmm STRIKE OUT THE TWO BOTTOM LINES. THE JJODERATE PARTY ON THE KVE Of TIIK GENERAL ELECTION It behoves tlio friends of LIBERTY AND JUSTICE cr lo bestir themsolvos in llio great issuo which is to bo fought on ELECTION DAY. Tbis can only bo done by seeing Hint their names lire on the ELECTORAL ROLL (I tlio distriut, nud thij should bo attended to WITHOUT ONEMINUTE'S DELAY H r o would ask our renders lo carefully road ami digest tlio following TWELVE VALID REASONS AGAINST PROHIBITION 1. Because prohibition is opposed to tlio teachings of Christ ami to the dictates of common fciiso. 2. Because prohibition incites to greater drunkenness, ns is prove 1 by tho returns where prohibition bus obtained. 3. Because prohibition tends lo diminish the volume of trade, and generally create) commercial stigimlioii wherever it has been tried, ■l. Because [prohibition, immorality, poverty aud insanity go together. 5. Become tho i utcomo of this poverty and immorality is an incrcaso in criminality. (j. liccautc prohibition would curtail the iiberly of tho many for tho faults of the few. 7. Because it is degrading for a people to ho treat: (1 as though they lacked (lie virtues of self-control and self-respect. 8. liecausc prohibition dues not prohibit, but cnosuriigcs the worst form ofiutonip:!'unco - ininie'y, sly-drinking, as the records ( if Mildiui, Clulhu, and Maino abundantly testify. (I. Because llio pioneers of civilisation - England, France, aud Germany-aro the largest consumers of a'coholic liquors; whilst, on the other hind, the Turks, who arc the most cruel and degraded peoplo on earth, aro pr.'hibitiunisU by religion. 10. llecaus; prohibition, wherever tried, lias proved a failure. 11. Bmiiusc, without temptation Ibcrj nbe no virlurc. God's plan is to onablo en lo rise superior to evil, which is ever with us. 12. Because prohibili m would deprive the people of their gloiious heritage of personal freedom, and mcnaco their civil and religious liberties I li W ZEALAND 11AILWA YS. MASTEHTON RACING CLUB'S SUMMBit MEETING AT Ol'.iKJ. DECEMBER 7ih and Sth, 18'J'J. HOLIDAY EXCUIISION FAItES. Holiday Excursion Tickets to Opaki, available for return until !)lh December, ' 18'J'J, will be obtainable from To Ato, f.'rcy- " town, Woodvillo ami intcrundiate stations 7th and Bth December. I'luiss.-On 7ih aud Bth December all 0 ordinary trains will, if requM, stop at 1 Opaki ltacccourse for passengers. Passenger for Featherston aud intermediate stations may travel by the goods s Irjiu leaving Master.on ot 8.110 p.m. 11V ORDER. District 'l'rallic Ollies, Wellington, Ist December, 18!)!). it 6 MAUUICJmLLE COUNTY. THE lirst election of Councillors will be held on SiTUHUAV, the Kith day of December, 18W. The numbers of Councillors to be elected are as follows West Hiding, 3 East liidirift, 3 Nominations of candidates will close at noon on Tuesday, liie alb day of December, 1801), at the lload Board Ollice, Mauriceville, Nominations forms eau be (tot from the undersigned aud Miss N. Gundcrscn, Post OlKiw, Manriccville West, who will also show copies of the llolls. W. GUAY, ■ licturniug Officer, iManricevilie,2!)lh Nov., 1809. MASTERION ELECTORATE, i HEREBY give public nolico that the following persons hive been duly nominated as Miididates for election to the Slftslerton Electoral District (ono member) the poll whereof will be taken on the Gtli day of December, 1899 COCKBURN-HOOD, Charles Edwin HOGG, Alexander Wilson. Dated this 2!lth ilny ot November, 181)0. K. ItAWSON, Iteturning Officer, «(JIVING AWAY" 10/- Worth of Music TO EVERY I'URCHASEU TO THE VALUE OF 10/- OR MOItE CHRISTMAS PAIR starling on Nov. 25th AT E.P. WILLOOOKS &CO.'S MANCHESTER HOUSE. THE WHOLE STOCK offered ai SPECIAL QUOTATIONS, IVIACNIFICIENT MUSICAL AND Pictorial Album, containing 10 pages of beautifully executed illustrations and 10 pages of wellchosen Music and Sorg', FREE TO EVERY PURCHASER TO THE VALUE OF 101- OR MORE, A MODEL CONTRACT! TWENTY YISABS 1 ASSURANCE or £IOOO AT an annual cost of £39105, for a person aged 30 next birthday, aud on survival of tho Twenty Years the assured will bo entitled to the following CASH BENEFITS, namely lst-GUAItANTEED REFUND OF ALL PREMIUMS. 2nd—BONUSESAT FULL DECLARED VALUE, 3rd-I)'ULL RESERVE VALUE OF POLICY. Or, if still uu ausurablo life, he may, in lieu ot i), Continue tho Policy of JUOOO, |»yablo at Dsatli, at ORIGINAL HATE OF PREMIUM, This admirable Policy is now being issued by the Mutual Life Association OF AUSTRALASIA, For Gtyfl of 'Men of Rules mid further mjorimliniiiippl'j lo PERCY YOUNG, Distjiict Orncß, Maslerton,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume XVI, Issue 6410, 4 December 1899
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