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AN APPEAL.

AN APPEAL.

DEAR READER, A message direct to YOU. For four years "The Prohibitionist" Committee has fought against raising the price of ouf: paper, but prices have crept upward until the cost of production and distribution equals the face value Of our journal. Each copy now costs us one hal
September 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
KENTUCKY. Liquor State. January 14, Senate vote for, 28; against, 5 House „ „ 67 ; I 11 (4) SOUTH

KENTUCKY. Liquor State. January 14, Senate vote for, 28; against, 5 House „ „ 67 ; I 11 (4) SOUTH

CAROLINA. Prohi')ition State. January 24, 1918. Senate vote for, 31; against, 6 House „ „ 66; „ 28 (5) NORTH DAKOTA. Prohibition State. ranuary 25, 1918. Senate vote for; 43; against, 2 House „ „ ; „ 10 MARYLAND. Liquor State. Febnuli \ 7 11)18. Senate vote for, 20; against, 7 H
May 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
No. 193. Vol. XIV

No. 193. Vol. XIV

September 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
AFTER THREE YEARS.

AFTER THREE YEARS.

Somewhere in France. August 13th, 1917. Sir.—The past three years of autocratic legislation has proved to the world that the licensed liquor trade is still firmly entrenched politically, with the aid of enormous - financial resources, obtained frolll . the degradation caused by
September 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
A PROHIBITION CANDIDATE.

A PROHIBITION CANDIDATE.

THERE is a probability that at the forthcoming General Election a Prohibition candidate may be in the field for a London constituency, providing the necessary funds can be raised to wage the tight. Send as large a donation as you can at once to the Election Fund, so as to make i
November 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 

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THE BETTER WAY IN AMERICA.

THE BETTER WAY IN AMERICA.

THERE is no nonsense about nationalisation in America The victories for Prohibition are really marvellous. Out of 2.532 counties in the United States there are only about 355 that are legally _ "wet." The day cannot be fa — r - off when even that small number must disappear. Lea
April 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL PROHIBITION PARTY. CONSTITUTION.

NATIONAL PROHIBITION PARTY. CONSTITUTION.

1. That a new Political Party is hereby created, recognising that the present legalised traffic in Intoxicating Drink is at war with the public good. Therefore its members will vote against the Production, Importation and Sale of Alcoholic Liquors, excepting for scientific purpo
April 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
APRIL, 1918.

APRIL, 1918.

ONE HALF-PENNY
April 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
LABOUR AND DRINK. BY PERCY DENNIS

LABOUR AND DRINK. BY PERCY DENNIS

• I appeal to you, the best because you are the freest and, in many ways, the greatest working class in the world, to renounce drink, because it prevents you walking quickly, boldly and firmly the straight but narrow path, that individuals, classes and nations must tread if they
April 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
REVIEWS.

REVIEWS.

t Some years ago we were informed by a man well qualified Speak on the subject that Mr. Guy Hayler was the best formed man in the world on the liquor question. The • , 4 rlous positions he has held in the 1.0.G.T, and other ;, r ganisations have helped to establish this fact. In
November 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England