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UUOOL BOARD ORDINANCE.
Lafayette, Las, January 3, 1906.
A regular meeting of the Parish
School Board was held on the above
date with the following members pres
ant: Alex Delhomme. Jasper Spell,
Dr, N. P. Moss, Dr. G. A. Martin,
Arthur Comeaux, J. H. Bernard. A.
D. Verot and Alcide Judice. Absent:
C. C. Brown.
The following ordinance relative to
the issuance of special school tax
bonds was adopted and the secretary
was authorized to advertise for bids
in accordance with the provisions
By Dr. Martin:
AN ORDINANCE providing for, and
authorizing the issuance of thirty
six (36) Gold Bonds of Five Hun
dred Dollars each and bearing
five per cent interest, in accord
ance with Act No. 84 of 11)906.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the
School Board of Lafayette Parish,
State of IAuisiana, in regular meet
ing assembled, that, by virtue of the
authority and power vested in us by
the General Assembly of the State of
Louisiana, the issuance of thirty-six
(346) Gold Bonds of the par value of
Five Hundred Dollars each, dated
Lafayette, La., January 15. 199). he
and the same is hereby ordered and
directed. Said bonds to he issl.ed
against the special school tax for the
years 190i, 1908 and 190l. and having
been voted and carried throughout the
parish on the eighteenth day of June,
1903, said bonds to bear interest at the
rate of five per cent as provided for
by Act No. 84 from date until paid.
said interest to be paid annually at
the office of the parish treasurer. Lafa
yette, La., on January 15, 1908, 11MM9
and 1910, said interest to be evidenced
by coupons attached to said bonds.
Section 2. Be it further ordained
tiat the said thirty-six (:36) bonds
shall be denominated Series A and
sitll bear serial numbers from 1 to 36
both inclusive, and shall mature as
Nos. 1 to 12, both inclusive, on Jan
nary 15, 1908.
Nos. 13 to 24, both inclusive, on
January 15, 1909.
Nos. 26 to 36, both inclusive, on
Jan. 15, 1910.
Section 3. Be it further ordained
that the entire special tax of three
mills for six years, duly voted and
carried June 18. 1903, throughout
the parish, said election hav
ing been duly promulgated by the
Police Jury, and levied on the as
sessed valuation of the property of the
parish of Lafayette, or so much of
said tax as may be necessary, and the
same is hereby specifically pledged
and dedicated to the exclusive pay
memt of both accrued interest and
pal of the bonds of Series A,
ý to 36, both Inclusive.
Section 4. Be it further ordained
that the following wording shall be
used for the bonds to be issued under
UITSaE) STATES OP AMERICA,
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PAassa or LArAVraw,
FIVE PER CENT GOLD
BONDS OF THE SCHOOL
BOARD OF LAFAYETTE
(gM. Series A, No. -
Lafayette, IA., J.n. 15, -
.-years after date, the School
dollars in gold coin
4of 3 and neass, at the
of the Parsh Treasurer of Laf
arlsb. at Lafayette, La., and
aterest hereon at the rate of
eggmpma annum from date
aInterest to be paid in
setsad at the same place
dy of January upon
*i seder and eansellation of the
leseto atteached as they shall
Itoume of a serse of thirty
heads deomlnasts4 Series A,
priced sad etees,
of ýo adinaofe Estayo.
to lf o n6I teo .ar
-ners ae asesued
of the ,apeelal tax of,
suilyears on ofe e
s ftha4 W. voted'
laZ ,and lrst
w hereof th said
iiM Is, -ad er
wheIio& *9 eas*
*t pr s
District Attorney of the 18th Judicial
I hereby certify that I have exam
ined the proceedings prior and rela
tive to the voting of a special school
tax, the resolutions, ordinances and
other proceedings of the Parish
Board of School Directors of Lafay
ette Parish, State of Louisiana, pur
suant to which this bond was issued,
that the said proceedicgs are regular
in form, and that the proceeds of the
special tax dedicated to the payment
of the same, estimated upon the rolls
of the said parish of Lafayette for the
year in which the tax was voted, that
is to say the year 1i03. will be amply
for the payment of said bonds. princi
pal arnd interest. This fifteenth day of
Eighteenth Judicial District.
State of Louisiana, U. S. A.
The vote on the above ordinance
stood, yeas: Messrs. Delhomme, Spell.
Moss, Martin. Comeaux. Bernard,
Verot and Judice. Nays. none.
N. P. Moss. President.
L. J. ALLEMAN, Secretary.
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flardi Gras at New Orleans.
For the purpose of assisting
visitors to New Orleans during
the Mardi Gras period, the New
Orleans Progressive Union an
nounces that it has established a
Free Hotel Rooming and In
formation Bureau which is now
located at number 726 Gravier
Street, in the same office which
will be occupied by .the Joint
Validating Agency where those
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lutely free of cost and those de
I siring to secure rooms in ad
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Edward Pickens, Superinten
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beautiful in the history of mary
years of Mardi Gras. Many of
the carnival balls already have
been given at the French Opera
House. but the gayest ot the
period is c)mprised between the
3rd and the 12th of February,
the 12th being Mardi Gras day.
The first of the illmuinated night
pageants will be that of Momus
on February 7th followed by a
tableaux and ball at the French
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naval pageant and is escorted
though the streets with military
honors. The same night the
Krewe of Proteus gives its il
luminated pageant and ball and
the following day at 10 a. m. the
gorgeous pagent of Rex will
take place with twenty floats.
The festivities culminate that
night. with the Rex ball at the
Atheneum and the night pageant
of the Mystic Krewe of Comus
and their tableaux and ball at the
French Opera House.
There are eight theatres in
New Orleans including the
famous San Carlo Opera Com
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House, all running in full blast,
and many other entertainment
and places of amusement open to
carnival visitors. The railroads
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