[Postcard]. Give him an inch and he'll take an ell. If you do not use your power he will take the lot. Strike out the bottom line on both ballot papers. 
Reference Number: PUBL-0220-7
Postcard shows a cartoon of a member of the "Prohibition Party', looking down on the tiny figure of the NZ Vote; beside him is a pathway "To Gloom" with an illicit still in the distance. Below is an indication as to which phrases should be crossed off the ballot paper, leaving only "I vote for National Continuance", and "I vote for Continuance".
[Postcards. Six cartoon postcards, one a protest against the presentation of H.M.S. New Zealand by Sir J G Ward and four anti-prohibition postcards. 1911 and 1914], Reference Number PUBL-0220 (7 digitised items)
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