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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MAKMIAL1. KKIMJbLlCAN. ywvvvvvw rwvvvvvvvvvvYY 1 1 RUGS X RUGS X RUGS HAVE YOU EVER ATTENDED A RUG FEAST? I I i i I 5 On Saturday. February 23, 1901, we are going to place on sale a splendid lot of Rugs, picked up by Mr, Mayer on his way east, at the following ridiculously low Feast Prices: Axminster Rugs worth 50. 4.00 ml 4.f0 for $.'U) Axminster Rugs worth '2.M) and :i.0l) for 1.J8 Smyrna Rugs, every oiu; a gem. worth (5.00 4.48 Stnyrna Rugs worth J (10 and 'J. i?.r for 1.71 Smyrna Rugs worth 'J.r0 and Jl.oo for 1.1)8 Room Size Rug worth fclfi.oo for 11.118 This is a ran; opportunity to beautify your home, ns wo arc plac ing on sale in the saint; department: 230 slightly stock soiled Shades worth 50c for Lace Curtains at correspondingly low prices. ,19c We will also plan on salt' down stair.- tin Big" gest Snap of t In season 1000 Yards of Mills Knds of Madras Cloth Worth (k ind 5c Per Yard lor KR Whihj taking advantage of these speeials look over our wonderfully heautiful line of...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

( MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 1, 1901. NO. 4. BROWN HEIRS SUED BY WM. KELLETT. If there were no suits, our wide awake legal fraternity would have to null in their sign nnd the larger the amount involved, a corres pondingly greater benefit accrue to the law yer. We notice n suit on docket in the circuit court, Tuesday 18, involving quite a sum of money somewhere in the neighborhood of $15.4" Our enterprising young friend, Mr. V. O. Lynch represents the plaintiff. Mr. Kellett claims that during Dec. 1900, he purchased from the heirs of the late Saiu'l Hrowu, a farm conisting of 2S0 acres ue:ir Mt. Leonard and contracted to give $55 per acre for same. He still holds himself ready and willing to comply with his agreement. He represents that ull of the heirs signed the contract of sale, even in eluding a boy who is absent in some distant state. The deed however was never delivered and the plaintiff appeals to the court and asks 515.400. Mr. Kelle...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MAKMIALL Klil'UULKJAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knteifil nt the PnxtoMlce In Mai-shall, Mo.. a Mvoinlfln! matter. 'PHI I MS: !.. I'I'.U YKAU IN AliVANCK. MAKSHAl.t,, MISSOTKt. MAKCII l.'njot. LOBBY RULES. It is amazing with whnt indilTeroiice the Democrntic press of the state refers to the lob hying propensities of the present Missouri leg islators. Our solons hnhuoh with thelobbist, advocate their measures, introduce them "ver batim et literatim." to be passed as laws, and not a word of effective censure emanates from the great picas of the democracy. The egg sucker is the prince and lord of lords, and makes no effort whatever to hide his shells. A blush was never known to suffice his cheeks and our cringing law-makers seem to lc ever ready to do his bidding. No effort is made to purge the halls of our state of such harpies. Are the men who we elect to make our laws answerable to the people or is that idea a mete myth? OKLAHOMA HOMESTEADS. Many of our citizens have already gone to lake...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MAKMIALL : REPUBLICAN. BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE $$$ It is announced t lint the Griffon home rule amendment vas indefinitely postponed yester dny by n vote of 63 to do, The Republicans MipMtrtel the amendment, hut the Democrat, with a few exceptions did not adopt their views. The committee bill for rcdestrirting the con gressional districts does not prove to be at all acceptable to Hon. Horsey W. Shackleford. Me was veiy anxious to have the eighth dis trirt changed , m as to perpetuate his influence there. It is possible for some other democrat to come in and get ahead of him. Squalls are striking the "Franchise T.ixa tiou Hdl" now befote the House ways and means committee at Jifferyin City. When the bill shall be reported back to the house the P'.'ti.ilty clause will be expunged. The action of the committee will not be rcgardul very eouipl icenily by the Governor who has done everything in his power to have the senate bill p.issul by both houses. State Senate bill No 20S, now pending,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

NAKMIAl.l. Rlil'UbLICAN. Accident at the Laundry. A very sail and distressing acci dent occurred at the Marshall Steam Laundry lictwceti 12 and 1 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, when Miss Josie Hrandeiihurg, daughter of James HrandetihurK. living iu North Marshall, was badly hurt. The young lady was engaged in working around the mangle, a machine used for ironing sheets, table cloths, etc., when her left hand was caught between the huge rollers, crushing and mutilating it so greatly that he may lose it, although Dr. I). C. (lore, who was called promptly to her assistance found it necessary to takesevcral stitches in the hand, and hopes to save it. The back of the hand was badly burned from contact with the hot roller Although Miss Branden burg's sufferings were intense, she stood the trying ordeal very brave ly, and was, if anything, more calm and composed at the time of the accident than those who came to her assistance. She was taken in a carriage to her home alxntt 2 o'clock iu th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MARSHALL KEPUbLICAN. Forman'Isbell. Mr. ISdwurd F. Format! of this city and Miss Myrtle Irene I shell, daughter of J. T. I shell of thiscity, wele uinrricd on Wednesday, Feb. 2d, nt 2:,v in the afternoon at the hottij: of the btide on Vest street, in the presence of a tiiitiihcr nf in vited friends and relatives, Kev. IS. IS. Morris performing the cere niony. The groom is a young man form erly of N'apton, who has ln.cn en Killed in the grocery business in this city for a year on Odell ave nue. He is ol excellent family and bus many friends who rejoice with him in his good fortune in secur ing 1 pri.e in the matrimonial market. The bride, u bright winsome young lal y of striking personality, was attired in a handsome gray chilli traveling dress, the waist of which was of soft gray silk with trimmings of the same material, hat and gloves to match, bride's rows, After the ceremony and congrat illations were over, the happy couple accompanied by the oflicia j 1 , t tux minister, were dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MAKM1ALI KliPUbLICAN. ft ft ft We Are Here With the Goods ft Our new spring and summer stock of Suitings and Trouserings have arrived and we can confidently say that it is the finest line of Woolens ever brought here. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft i tttftttfftftftttftftftftftftftftftftftfttttftttttttttttftttttttt Suitings. Trouserings Worsted plain anil fancy in all kinds of weaves and shade. Scotch and Knglish Novelties and all the latest designs in American woolens which are recognized in all the largest cities in the world as equal if not superior to the foreign woolens Our Assortment of Fancy Vcstings is made up of the choicest and most stylish patterns to he had. On this score we cannot lie surpassed as we have put forth every effort to reach the standard of pleasing every one. The err ami makk of our garments is up-to-date in every particular. We make a study of the styles and fashions and keep abreast of the times hy receiving tin;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

V MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. f Club House Banquet. j The banquet given by the Mis-i soitri Vnllcy College Hoarding club ! at ilii' dormitory on the evening of Washington's birthday, was a de cided success. The students had each worked linrd to bring about these results and they must have felt repaid for their labor. There are seventeen Iroys at the club house of whom Messrs. Shepherd, Cory and Teglar formed u commit' tee on arrangements. The Dormitory consisting of eigbteen or twenty rooms were thrown open for the use and inspec tion of the guests, each of whom were loud in thvir priises of the buys us housekeepers. At .seven o'clock the large din ing room was thrown open and nmtd gorgeous decorations ol hunt ing in the national colors, an ela borate supper was served. In one otid of the room on).in elevated platform which bad been suitably decorated for the occasion, was I'tof. Shcllou's mandolin club which discoursed the liveliest of music throughout the evening in a manner professional...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DrPRICES Cr$?mBaking Powder Each time the United States Government has officially tested the baking powders the report has shown Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder of superlative leavening strength, free from alum, absolutely pure and wholesome. This is gratifying, for Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is depended upon by millions of people to raise their daily bread. I'ftlOK BAKING POWOf CO. CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Twentieth Century liiillcry. over Fletcher'-. Iw II. V. Stclncr. n( Sinter, wu- In the city Friday. .Ii't I turn mailt' u hiixlncx-nip to iltiHifovv Satiirilay. C, M. Ituckucr returned fi-iiiii u trip it Ccntrallu Friday. MIh- l.arue 'atitilNll It uh ici'ovi ii'cl from an itttut'k nf grip. MI-k Hellc Campbell wax a vl-ltor at M. V. (.'. Satnnla.v. Mi-. .Inlni Hubert- l-lld Kan-it-t 'It.v frit-nil- tlil week. (!. I'. Alexander, nl IHnckhiirii. wu-tin-gw-t of Mitt -hull friend- on Fri tiny. Mix. 1". K. Illinium returned Satin ilut from a vllt to relative a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF Twentieth Century (lallcry, over Fletcher'. Iw Mix Myrtle Thorpe Inllud Kntmnx City frlcndx thin week. A, K. I.niml returned Sunday nltflit from Kan-a- City. Sum Meade, of Slater. cnl Sun tiny with Murxhnll frlcndx. Irn llolxteln returned Saturday from u bii-lne-x tripto Hiionvllle. Mrn. I.. X, Hickman, of the county, wax xhopplutr here Monday. MIxxDolly Kellett. of Ml. Leonard, vlxllcd frleudx here Snturdny. II. K. Miller and family havcretnrn ed from a vlxlt to Kuuxax City rela tives Foit Sai.K CllHAP-A new folding lied. For particular apply at thin olllee. tiltf. Mri. I'.. .1. Hlo-xer lint Itceti quite nick at her home at lllorxcr, hut I hie proving. Thomux Flxher eatue down from lllaekhurti Friday and vlxlted the home folk. Ml- Annie Fluk vlxlted Ml- Mercy White and Mlxx Hchlc Pal-ley at I .ex liiiMon thl week. Mr. .1. S. MvKta hat licen unite lek with neuralgia thin week at her home on Highland. Mrx. A. Itnhcrtxon, of the county, vlxlted her ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MAKMIAI.L RKPUHUCAN. What Other States Do for Their Universities- r... . . i 7." . n i The Stnt, (tn Ivenlty of MlMourl nt present rank hhih iitno.ur the educa- linillll in-Iimuon- ill lion coiiuir.v, inn ,.tlt..ti,.n,.,fll,l,oom1tr.v. ,i.t for It to maintain In .o,ltlon rovMo,,for lNI.t...rt hy he lii order lanrcr provision for IN mipport Mate neccn-nry. Tlx1 Until of t It I u--crtlou l clearly seen from tin fol Inwiuir account of what other -tntr-do for their niitv'fj.lt lf: Michigan trlvc- her State Culver--lly. In mlilltlon to support for her Seliool of Mine- iiml Au'ili'it It ma I Col W tin. iirclpN of a tax of one-fourth mill, or '-'I .nt the Tl... In- come of her unlver-lty from all tmurce-. I- IlliOllt fl.INNI.INNI In II hlelllllill pi- rlod. In Nehriika tliere l a ta, of iiltout ii cent- on tin ill") for the !iiiport of tin-Stati' Tiilvi rnlty. In MIonrl a lmllarta would yield aliont nti.nnn a .war. Tin t'nlvcr-lty of California 1 1 it mi endowment of iiiine than fi.iHHi.oi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Dr. Black Complimented. The series of lectures being dellv cred by Dr. Mack, president of M. V. C, on the Sunday School lesson held ut tliii CI, church during three months Just panned, have been of more than ordinary Interest to Sunday School worker of the various churches. At Its close Friday evening, February !d, the doctor announced that "with thut -lecture, hi work for thu three months closed.'' After thin, Dr. M. T. C'haHtnlu arose uni), with an ardor and expression of fecllngwhlch manifested Itself through out the audience, paid Dr. Muck the following tribute: "Dr. Hlack, will you crmlt me to give you the eonccnu of my opin ion in well n of those of all who have heard you that Ik, that you have done a "good work." Your lec ture have not only Itecu entertaining, but exceedingly edifying. oK'iilng up Held of thought and lnvetlgatlou n well, and stamping upon our mind atid hearts the word of Cod In all It force anil sympllolty. You huve shown yourself a workm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

NAKMIALL KliPUbLlCAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Twentieth Century Oallery. over Fletcher'-. Iw Adolph Striker made u t I'lp to lluntnvlllc thi- week. I). I). Diiiri.'ln- .-pent Wcdnc-diiy In l-'tijetteon Icirul bit-Inc . Walter llrldncn, of Sinter, wa- a vlnltor In Mumhall Sunday. .1. I. Mil-ton returned Wodne-duy from a -hort trip to Kau-u- 'Ity. Minn Ola Walker t ct in in-il Sunday from a vl-lt to friend- at Kiin-im City. Mr. S. .1. (lurk who l very nick with pniMitnotila U reported hcttcr ii- WO HO tO pl'0". Mm. T. A. Smith ami (laughter. Mr. A. W. IVnre. of N apt on. were in -hopplni: Momlay. Mi. S. A. I'o-tcr. of the I'ounty. ft Tiio-dny for Kajottc on hu-luc In rctrnrd to t ! o-tato. .Inliu Downn, Win. t!iiriiclt iinil.lolin It s Easy! To Take! Thin, pale, anemic girls need a fatty food to enrich ! ihir HlnnH tfiv rnlnr in ; their cheeks and restore their , I 111. I -1 .11 II f u. neann ana sircngin. u is g t safe to say that they nearly t all reject fat with their food. Schooley. of Mal...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MARSHALL KliKJBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. X. O. Siitfar genuine article. It Mll.KS .V STKKI.K. Ccortfe N'. Orcur MMni Tne-diiy In Slater. ' Twentieth Century Onllery. over Fletcher's, la Mis IVarh Vlcher visited Kittiitii , City till- week. I'u'lier Hoj;an, of Shackelford, was u visitor Monday. Satn Pile, of Wuuamiikcr. was trnil Inir here Tuesday. Percy C. Orenr. of Orenrvllle, whs In the elty Momliiy. Itnhctt M. ItutT wax In l'xlnutmi Tuesday on lejral business. Miss llelle Dnnchno returned from Kuii-ti- City Sunday nlulil .linlu'c .1. II. Hunter, left Thursday for Si-ilitllii, to itltenil court. Mi -, .1. W. Norton hu- Imtii iiirie sick lit Mhtir'H Hotel till- week. Mr. X. T. Uiitnloli1i retiirueil Sut m ilny nlnht from Itloomllelil, Iowa. IViink llolicrtsoii. of Klin-;!- City. mux the u'lit'-t of friends here Siiuiliiy. W. W. .Iiieolty mill Kolinnl (irccn. of Sinter, were In Marshall Tuesday. (ieorce I'. Ilii.wilc, of olmiil, wan the :ucst of friends In thli city Sun luy. It. tli le...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MAKMIALL Klil'UbLlCAN. . Will (Hto Wisp. WOMEN WHO ARE LED A STRAY BY MISCHIEV OUS MARSH FIRES. tllutralitf of the biiieful iovver of t lie Hiatal fin-, there Is told the story of a woman who lost her way. She turned in this diicction ami In that, hocley.ly puzzled as to her whetcalioutH in tin murky iiiulit. Presently ahead of her she wv thi' glcun of a lfflil At once she ww in fancy the picture of home, the lamp hi the window, the cozy comfort of tho.-e under the shelter of the ptotcctinu, roof, "curtained anil closed ami waim " Steadfastly she moved tow.inls the light Hut as he inovid it seemed to change lit position. It was always u little far ther nway from her ami presently when she Milk' down exhausted in a swamp the light disaptieared altogether. Whatever truth there may he in the story, It forcibly illustrates the career of inanv a woman who lias followed the marsh fire of love in the hellef that it led to home ami comfort and round herself at last exhausted and deceived, I...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MARSHALL Klil'UbLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF SALT SPRINGS. No more caxex f Miiall-pox yet. Krcaklnt; yotint; mtilex and hnrxex l tin- work nf Hit- fuimcrx niiw. Win. Scheppcix. of Pulrvlllr, wax here lu-t week buy hit; nteamof iniilex. Itcv. Mr. Stelnheliner delivered n tcmpcrmiee lecture hero Siiinliiy even Inir. Frank Cunnlnirliuni, of Conic r, wax here llif llrxt of the wrrklni; vUltliik' Win. Itaticrx itnil family. Mr-. Kllu lluehuuau Ini- returned to her Iminc In Texax after h vl-.lt to her parent.. .1. C. Klelhlcy nml wife. Pieiiclilut; next minday mornlim ami evening. Dev. (iroiirc Klethley will preach at tin1 v-ti Ittir xervlrc. It. It. Wrluht. of Ml. I.. mil. hounht iiih- bundled rliitatx from Mcv ir. MeClclluml ami Itniicrx thix wirk .1 A. rr, of Salt Sprint;. Iia- a Iniiii'li of choice broke mulcx, romliiL' Unci' Near old. which he oitcr at price- that ought to -ell them. Itf Henry llatierx ami wife ri'lnrni'il Tm-ilay from their lirlilal tour to Nc. on ami llermlon. They will h...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 March 1901

MAKMiALL REPUBLICAN. BehleoSchiezer. Mr. William Keltic and Mias An nie Scliie.szer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sehieszer, were marri ed nt the home of the bride in Har deman on Tuesday, Feb. 19th, high noon, Rev. Father Curry of Slater performing the ceremony in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The attend ants were, Mr. Morris Schies.cr, brother of the btideand Miss Li..ie Hehle of St. Louis county, a sister of the groom. At i2:.v a wedding dinner in cluding nil the delicacies of the season were served and the happy event will long be renicniltcred by those fortunate to be present. The young couple are well and favorably known throughout the county, and ate members ol two of S.iliuc's best families, and start out in life with bright prospects for a happy future. A number of hand some and Useful presents were te ceived. Mr. and Mrs. Hehle have gone to housekeeping at their country home near Gilliam. The Rkitii i.tCAN extends congratulations. Club at Shac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 5, 1901. NO. 5. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. County Court met Monday, with nil the judges present, Messrs. StouiTer, Hickman nnd Hutitin; also Clerk K. F.. I.. Smith and SherilT R. T. Ham. At the request of Wm Keuno nnd others, the proceeding in the case of R. K. Jenkins were dismissed. 0 G. Jenkins was appointed commissioner in South Miami Road District, (or term of three years, instead ol Wm. Lewis, who re fused tosetve. Win, X. WiNou was appointed to a similar position in the North Marshall District, while II. II. Brians was appointed commissioner in the Grand Pass District. Many miscellaneous accounts were present ed, most of which were allowed. The personal assessment of R. J. Hess was reduced $1,000. Appropriation for grading Napton hill bridge is made in amount of S200, same to he Used under the direction ot G. W Latimer, cum missium-r Loan of $400 granted S. II Carter. George Latimer, commissioner, directed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MARSHALL- REPUBLICAN. Knteieil at the Po.t'tlIee In Marshall, Mo., iir uYoiiil-elnV mutter. TK11M8: l.oil Vf YI'AU IN ADVANCH. .MAKSIIAt.l., MlSSOUKl, MAKCII S, 1901. OUR 'PRESIDENT. 1 Tile thorough ntntery of the manifold in-,, tricacies of the craft of statesmanship, has prohthly never been more forcibly demonstrat-, , cd thnn during the past four years of our pres . 'dent's career. It f.s generally conceded thai , the first term of a president seldom cmpliaiizis , his high abilities as u ruler, because his oppor tunities have not been sufficiently enlarged to admit of the maturing of such 'Htlicies a have Iteen inaugurated by him. The time Ivm.not been sufficient for them to ripen and develop, 'f lieu, too. it is demanded by the politicians that he shall show some deference to their whims and opinions; and his valuable time is much occupied by these superservieeable asso ciates as to preclude the care and devotion to the management of public affairs (whether pertaining to foreign...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MAKIIALL v. KLiUoLlGAN. BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE fc;fc?fc FRANCHISE TAXATION. Tlie ftiiiiclii.se tnx lnw, n few weeks ago considered tlie cream ( creams as n meas ure to furnish funds (or running the state af fairs, is about to he side -trucked for some other nienstin.. The message of the governor is tiot at all cheering to those who are in favor of an adt tiate franchise tux. And the possibility of not being able to mulch the fat corpora tions seems to have a vanishing tendency. Representative Dickinson introduced a hill Monday authorizing the governor to apuiiil a special cnmtui-sion to review the laws con cerning the assessment anil collection of stnte levi'iiues, and it embodies the recommenda tions in ('lovcrnor Dockiry's message to the assembly. It is announced that the chief executive sees ih.it he has iiimIc a mistake in making fninchi.se tax ition the p:irnmiutit issue, and he now thinks lh.it revenue can be secured by revising the revenue laws insteau of enacting new ones, w...

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