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  2. LIQUOR REFERENDUM.

    No public question for years has aroused the interest and attention of the people generally so much as the liquor referendum to be taken to-morrow. It is ...

    Article : 513 words
  3. TEMPERANCE REFORM.

    Sir,--If the vote on Saturday favors licence, I hope the trade will at once see the necessity of amending the law by closing up many of the avenues for abuse ...

    Article : 118 words
  4. POLLING PLACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,478 words
  5. ARCHBISHOP HEAD'S VIEW.

    Sir,--The real problem before the electors in the no-lieence poll on Saturday, 29th March, is one of liberty. Everything depends upon what liberty really is. ...

    Article : 292 words
  6. THE RIGHT OF THE INDIVIDUAL.

    Sir,--What does it matter to the man in the street whether brewery profits, interests and investments are as highly productive as a rich gold mine and deserve ...

    Article : 560 words
  7. LIVELY MEETING AT RICHMOND.

    As the meeting was on the verge of becoming disorderly, one of the organisers of the big Yes rally in the Richmond Town Hali last night telephoned for extra ...

    Article : 187 words
  8. THE PRICE-RAISING ISSUE.

    Sir,--I have been waiting to see if the Licensed Victuallers' Association would give a promise that the price of liquor would not be raised if a No vote was ...

    Article : 125 words
  9. THE EMPLOYMENT ISSUE.

    Sir,--Much has been said on both sides in the present campaign re the unemployment question. What workers should remember when casting their vote on ...

    Article : 119 words
  10. CAPITALISTS AND THE "YES" VOTE.

    Sir,--Undoubtedly we have plenty of estimable citizens advocating prohibition, but--there are others. What is the real motive moving some sections ? In ...

    Article : 324 words
  11. REGISTERED CLUBS' ASSOCIATION LETTER.

    The following letter to its supporters has been issued by the Registered Clubs' Association of Victoria:-- By direction of the executive, it is ...

    Article : 232 words
  12. CARDINAL MANNING AND PROHIBITION.

    Sir,—It would be unjust to the memory of that great. Roman Catholic prelate Cardinal Manning, and to the great body of voters at the licensing poll next ...

    Article : 218 words
  13. A VOICE FROM AUBURN.

    Sir,--The members of the Auburn Progress Association at their meeting on 25th March carried unanimously a resolution in favor of "no licence," and ...

    Article : 180 words
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  16. IS DRUNKENNESS DECREASING ?

    Sir,--On page 22 of the 1930 Licensing Court report this sentence appears:--"The prosecutions for drunkenness have also diminished, the index number for the ...

    Article : 339 words
  17. BE FAIR! BE DECENT!

    Sir,--The clear and lucid exposition of question of No Licence which was given in your leading article of yesterday's issue, has been welcomed by many ...

    Article : 329 words
  18. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL BAD EXAMPLE.

    Sir,--The "Yes" advocates ask us to give the "no-licence" system a trial. They discreetly forget that it has already been tried in Australia and has failed. ...

    Article : 192 words
  19. NEW THOUGHT AND PROHIBITION.

    Sir,--In metaphysical circles we teach that "there is nothing to fear but fear," and it would certainly appear that both the liquor interests and the ...

    Article : 408 words
  20. AMEND OUR LAWS.

    Sir,--Why not have the licensing law amended so as to provide for:--1st, the abolition of "shouting'' or treating; 2nd, the restriction of the serving of liquor ...

    Article : 162 words
  21. FINLAND'S EXPERIENCE.

    Sir,--In reply to "A Fin" in Tuesday's issue of "The Age," permit me to quote General Jallender, Governor of the province of the province of Nyland, who recently published a ...

    Article : 161 words
  22. ALCOHOL AS MEDICINE.

    Sir,--A son of Britishers, who were early pioneers of this State, a Rechabite in my youth, 1 in my later years suffered from an ailmen which eminent doctors and ...

    Article : 416 words
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