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No. 205. Vol. XIV.

No. 205. Vol. XIV.

01 September 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION AND PROHIBITION. By HALL MILISURkE.

EDUCATION AND PROHIBITION. By HALL MILISURkE.

As social reformers, it is ncecegsary for us to observe closely the InoVemelits of any influence which is likely to have a considerable effect on the mind or moralS - soolety ; And We pay particular attention to the progress of so great An influenc? as education. Education stirs
01 May 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
OPEN-AIR MEETINGS' Sunday, May 12, at 3 p.m. Hyde Park, Messrs. Sharman, Short and TaY l°r. Sunday, May 26, at

OPEN-AIR MEETINGS' Sunday, May 12, at 3 p.m. Hyde Park, Messrs. Sharman, Short and TaY l°r. Sunday, May 26, at

3 p.m.— Brockwell Park, S.E. Messrs. Sharman and Taylor.
01 May 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
A SOLDIER'S DISGUST.

A SOLDIER'S DISGUST.

By C. RICHARDSON. IN the porch of a North London Congregational Church, the other Sunday, drumming up recruits for a Prohibition meeting, a man, almost too ill to be out, apologised ior not coining to help. • I wish I were able I wish my boy were here. He would help vou. He is a
01 September 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
FARMERS AND PROHIBITION.

FARMERS AND PROHIBITION.

L. J. Tabor, Master of the Ohio State Grange (the great organisation of tenant farmers), tells why the farmers are active in the dry fight. He says: The answer is easy to give. The Grange is a moral organisation. The Grange is a constructive forwardlooking organisation. The firs
01 September 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
DOES PROHIBITION REDUCE DRINKING?

DOES PROHIBITION REDUCE DRINKING?

The liquor interest have so long declared that "Prohibition does not prohibit" that even some Labour leaders have got tarred with this brush. The " American Issue," of Ohio, February Jo, ic)l7. has a skitty note on this point : "1-low happy the booze-makers and booze-sellers mus
01 September 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
APRIL, 1917 I'HE TimE Is NOW

APRIL, 1917 I'HE TimE Is NOW

To-morrow may be too late. To-morrow, we are certain, will add to the number of casualties caused by drink. To-morrow may never be. `• But the people are not with me," you will reply. You can be with the people if vou are not with their enemy, the liquor traffic. If you can real
01 April 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL F'ROHIBITION PARTY. CONSTITUTION.

NATIONAL F'ROHIBITION PARTY. CONSTITUTION.

1. That a new Political Party is hereby created, recognising that the present legalised traffic il) 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 purp
01 August 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
The Half-yearly CONVENTION i„, National Prohibition Party will be held at the Unitarian Church , Church Street, Deptford, on Sunday,

The Half-yearly CONVENTION i„, National Prohibition Party will be held at the Unitarian Church , Church Street, Deptford, on Sunday,

April 14th, at 3.15 Members only. Urgent Business.
01 April 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
Rushcroft Rd., Brixton, S.W• Sunday, 8 p.m. 14 & 28—Messrs. Sharman and Taylor.

Rushcroft Rd., Brixton, S.W• Sunday, 8 p.m. 14 & 28—Messrs. Sharman and Taylor.

01 April 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England