Showing 22 results for 1900s, Turnbull archival collections, For Purchase, Voting
Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :'The minor parties have accused Jim and me of trying to alter the ballot papers to our advantage!' 'So instead we've come up with a very fair system where you just pop your vote into the ballot box of the party of your choice. Fair enough?' Christchurch Press, 22 September 1995.
Women voting restrictive laws such as No-License or Dominion Prohibition surely stultify themselves and give away not only their liberty of action, but practically admit, that, unlike the women of any other country, the wives and mothers and sisters in our fair Dominion Confess Their lack of Influence through affectionate control over their own household, and over the hearts and minds of their men folk. Assert yourselves and strike out the bottom lines. Coulls, Culling & Co., Ltd, Wellington 
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