The temperance standard, good templar record & prohibition advocate. Dunedin: J. Wilkie & Co., Oct. 2, 1893.
The Temperance standard and its predecessor the Temperance herald were in circulation in Dunedin and throughout New Zealand for 24 years. Both were published by the fervent Dunedin prohibitionist Donald Charles Cameron, with John Jago, temperance reformer, businessman, and manager of the Evening Star, as honorary editor.
On display is the issue immediately following the women’s suffrage vote, in which Jago congratulates the suffragists upon their success, acknowledges the contribution of the Order of Good Templars, and hope that the vote will aid the temperance movement.