[Ephemera of around A3 size relating the Continuance campaigns to ensure the continuation of alcohol and liquor sales in New Zealand1900-1939]

Date
1900 - 1939
By
Hawera star (Newspaper); Quartermain, Leslie Bowden, 1895-1973; Willis & Aiken Ltd
Ref
Eph-C-ALCOHOL-Continuance-1900/1939
Description

Includes:

1908:

Local Option Poll. To the electors of the Avon District. Willis and Aiken Ltd., printers, Christchurch [1908]

100 Invercargill electors solemnly declare against No-License. Hawera Star print [1908]

1919:

Public warning. Be it known to all men that, according to medical opinion, a further outbreak of the influenza epidemic may occur in the next few months ... the public is hereby warned not to jeopardise their individual lives by acquiescing in the demands of the Prohibitionists to prevent the use of alcoholic stimulants, either in health or disease. NZ Times Print [1919]

Messages from Canada; the truth about Prohibition. Prohibition creates cesspools of iniquity. Public men, the Church, and Labour denounce Prohibition. Evening Post, Monday December 15, 1919, page 29 [Full-page notice]

1938:

The Empire has rejected Prohibition. Vote Continuance. Strike out the two bottom lines. [1938].

Some material of related subject matter may be housed at subject locations ALCOHOL-Prohibition, and ALCOHOL-Temperance

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The Empire has rejected Prohibition. Vote Continuance. Strike out the two bottom lines. [1938].
Date: 1938 From: [Ephemera of around A3 size relating the Continuance campaigns to ensure the continuation of alcohol and liquor sales in New Zealand1900-1939] Ref: Eph-C-ALCOHOL-Continuance-1938-01 Description: Shows at the top, smiling figures of men from Australia, Canada (a mountie), Great Britain, Africa, and New Zealand. The text stresses the possession of pers...
Date: 1922 From: [Ephemera of around A3 size relating the Continuance campaigns to ensure the continuation of alcohol and liquor sales in New Zealand1900-1939] By: Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: Eph-C-ALCOHOL-Continuance-1922 Description: Includes reprints: "Dire consequences". Prohibition in America. Rev Wyndham Heathcote replies to Mr Hammond's criticism. Reprinted from "Evening Post", 30 Au...
Date: 1919 From: [Ephemera of around A3 size relating the Continuance campaigns to ensure the continuation of alcohol and liquor sales in New Zealand1900-1939] By: Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: Eph-C-ALCOHOL-Continuance-1919-02 Description: Poster argues against prohibition and shows a cartoon illustration of a doctor beside the bed of a dying man, whose wife Mrs Killjoy has banished brandy from...
Public warning. Be it known to all men that, according to medical opinion, a further outbreak of the influenza epidemic may occur in the next few months ... the public is hereby warned not to jeopardise their individual lives by acquiescing in the demands of the Prohibitionists to prevent the use of alcoholic stimulants, either in health or disease. NZ Times Print [1919]
Date: 1919 From: [Ephemera of around A3 size relating the Continuance campaigns to ensure the continuation of alcohol and liquor sales in New Zealand1900-1939] By: New Zealand Times Company Ltd Ref: Eph-C-ALCOHOL-Continuance-1919-01 Description: Poster argues that alcoholic stimulants are the most useful remedy in the primary stages of the influenza outbreak, and warns the public about the efforts of...