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I P o iI iIlJi t THE E I MOR MORSI NG UN UNJLA uNo I
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4 DUPONTS DBLSARTE DBLSARTEFAILED DBLSARTEFAILED DJ LSARTEFAILED
FAILED TO SCORE SCOREGENTLEMEN SCOREfJENTLMIlJN SCORE1HNTLEMEN
GENTLEMEN BACK 0 OF ANTIWHISKEY ANTI WHIBKE1 BILL BILLSENT BILLe BILL8BNl
e >
xw SENT IT THROUGH HOUSE BY Goon MAJOR MAJOR1TY MilaITY
P
ITY NOTWITHSTANDING CALlSTHWflO CAMBTHJNIODEMONRTRAD10N CALlSTHWflODEMONSTRATION CALIBlJIMNIODJJJlON8lJUlION
DEMONSTRATION OF MEMBER FROM ROJl ROJlJOHNS ST STJOBN 8 8JOHI
JOHNS JOBNDuPoot JOHNSDuPont JOHIDuPont
DuPont gothla lOt of hI his skullgrass rumpled yesterday while whileto wiJJetryiq whaletrying
trying to demonstrate nitrate caliethenically calftheai ly the difference be between between 1 1tWeen ¬
tween sense and d sentiment showing that motiou to soften softeathe IOttIRthe softenthe
the ventricular and motion to toughen the muscular do doiiut donot donot
not run in the same flume flumeVarious AuweVarioM flumeVarIors
Various members brought in the sentiment which ca cau cmueed cmueedthe > u ed edthe d dthe
the gentleman from St Johns J to do the Delsarte Del arte Jfailing Jfailingto
to remember the Vesuvian episode which the antiwbJsfcfty antiwbJsfcftybill ant1 whlskep whlskepbill
bill of Mr r Faulkner precipitated a few days da ago the ineni ineniber member mmher
ber from St Johns J came back yesterday with the same sameproposition amelropOldtkm sanepropoitien
proposition uSent Sentiment Joont is one thing business another anotherThis anotberTWa anotlierThis
This ft was that t caused cau ed the fires to burn In the bosom bosomof
of the Orange County member and fora space of minutes minutesunduly winutunduly minutesunduly
unduly prolonged by the discomfiture di of the Representa Representative ¬
tive from St Johns the fury was spent on him himThat himThat himThat
That waa the other day dayYesterday dayYelterday dayYesterday
Yesterday the bill of Mr r Smith making it unlawful uuIa ful for forcommon forlOmmon forcommon
common carriers to transport whiskey into dry counties countieswas
< t w was aM on its passageI passage
I It 1 was evident that the advocates of the measure felt felttheir felttheir
1 their ground secure The discussion c1iltC uJon was tame in compari comparison ¬
I son to the previous l > revioul debate but when the gentleman from fromOrange tromit fromOrange
it Orange took the floor and absently grasped a book in his hisright hilt hisright
t right hand and swung it carelessly care1e aly back and forth as he hetalked hejJ hetalked
jJ talked the members on the left involuntarily dodged with witheach withf witheach
f each oscillation oscillationIt
f It may have been through the office of mutual friends friendsor
I or it was possibly only the hippv F tppv arr ar rent nlW went o ot clrcum circumf
that tha tJ N riot uotimmediately riotiinmed1 t tl
M f mo VUB u 8 a U wivm Vln uiU w
immediately l iinmed1 tely precede or foil u war Orauge County mem member memober member ¬
ber It should not be inferred however weyer that the Orange OrangeCounty OrupCounty OrangeCounty
County members onslaught was w im any respect re pect personal perlOnalAbltractly personalAbstractly personalAbstractly
Abstractly analysed it was plainly plail J a righteous indigna indignation ¬
tion leveled at the St t Johns J member because beea ee he had been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the purveyor of the statement that sentiment is one thing thingand thingand thingand
and business another Or Orlt it may have been that the themember themember themember
member from Orange County felt in so good a Humor Humorfrom humorfrom UJIlOr UJIlOrfrom
from the prospects lro pectl of having the bill passed pu ed that he did didnot didriot didnot
not think it worth wh w tobeepme e enraged en l > ecause cure of ofThe ofy ofWray
Wray y In Ind InThe If
d e eThe
The change cia an in the gentleman from Orange was plainly plainlyvisible pJahd1viible plainlyvisible
visible and he cooed as softly as a a sucking dove and andafter andalter andafter
after he had assured a the members that he loved them all allthe allthe allthe
the gentlemen on the left quit dodging but one of themremarked them themremarked themremarked
remarked If you love us put that book down downMr downMr downMr
Mr Crawford led off by inquiring of Mr MacWilliams MacWilliamswhat
what were the th constitutional rights of people living llvln in indry indry indry
dry counties but without waiting for the reply he con continued cont continued ¬
tinued t that a majority of the people It Ople in the State repre representing repreeating represeating ¬
eating the best element of society were opposed to the theliquor theliquor theliquor
liquor traffic Talk alk about the Car of Russia being abso absolute ablolute abolute ¬
lute why there is no tyranny like that of King Alcohol Alcoholhe
he said This measure is backed by the bestsentiment bestsentimentof beat sentiment 9IeDfhnentof
of the State and you have the best l t opportunity you ever everhad everbad everhad
had to put yourself your elf squarely on record as favoring ft and andvoting andt1 andbting
voting t1 > > ting against the greatest curse of the world worldMr worldMr worldMr
Mr MacWiljiams said Id the measure was unconstitu unconstitutional ucoutltutioWlI unconatitutionul ¬
tional it was in direct antagonism to the Fourteenth Fourteenthto Pourtee Fourteenthamendnnntt tk tkameudmeDt
ameudmeDt to the Constitution of the UniStates United Uni States and andhe andhe
0 he said id he would take the contract without cost to prove provethe 1 > > ro rothe rove rovethe
the measure invalid before any court of competent Juridiction Juris Jurisdiction Jur1I Jur1Idiction ¬
diction Mr M cWilliams c said be would not make m ke an aDargument anargument anargument
argument but would let Governor Patterson of Tennessee Tennesseespeak Te Tennesseespeak nee neea
speak a k for him hi He sent a newspaper clipping to the theilll read reading readlug ¬
ing clerk who read a message of the Tennessee Executive Executivevetoing Exeetithevetolul Executivevetoing
vetoing a similar bill to the one under consideration and andgiving andJivlna andgiving
giving his reasons therefor which were partly that the themeasure thelIUre theIMasure
measure lIUre was u constitutional p that it established eatabUII ed dis discrimination dJIcrimination diseritnination ¬
crimination against the whisky whJ y men of Tennessee TeIlDe in favor favorof
of the dealers of adjoining States Mr MacWilliams said saidthe uJdtile saidthe
the whole thing was a farce that be wouldoin would oiD in I > > an aneffort aadort aneffort
effort to enact any legislation to help the cause of tem teapetIU1ee temperanee temperance ¬
perance I am not as temperate as any man who advo advocates LtJGeatel a + iva ivacater ¬
cater this measure but I an not in favor of placing uneontitutional un unconstitutional utitutional
constitutional titutional and ineffectual laws on the statute tute books boobXr booksYr booksMr
Mr Williams of Jackson Ja < kIOD said he was in favor of themeasure the themeasure tileIIUre
measure IIUre even if it should prow pro to be a farce He would wouldt wouldete
14 ete for t lit to show what side de Ue was on He was in favor favor1ft IYOtIaat favorthat
1ft that side of the question and would overlook no op oppartnnity oppertplty oppertp
partnnity pertp Itytoo to t so record himself himselfMr blJD8eltfit
Mr fit Wells said he would vote for the measure bersuee bersueehis beea beeaCOUDty
his county Leon stood in the dry column columnAt eoJ eoJAt
At this juncture wu introduced the Mel club drill bj b Mr MrDuPont MrDuPont fr frDuPODt
DuPont of Ht t Johns JohnsSuppose Jobayou JohnsNuppoe
Suppose you 1kg jmss I this bill said ha describing a semi semicircle 1IeJI 1IeJIellele semielrele ¬
circle with both arms placing pll IDI the weight at of the body W on onthe 00tile ona
a the ball of the t left foot and a stepping off promptly on oatha oathat 4he 4heright tbbaright
right t paused in a challenging attitude yon wont have haveanything havei
i I anything to run your schools with Sentiment is I one onething ODetltl one4Yt
4Yt tltl thing and nd sense In b another aDott r The State collects 9260001 9260001a 001 001trom
a year from the whisky men the counties aoq N get t 9126000 9126000aad = 1JIOOOtM h000p
p sad the cities get = 11 125000 OOO In I all the whisky 1a 1 dealers dealerspsy dealerspsybnlf pay payhalf J JIt
half It a million dollar in taxes Suppose 1Ia yon pass this allhill thishill flalaWIID4
hill WIID4 and cut off this menu rtnuewhat what thenf thenfMr t tMr then thenMr
Mr Wilson of Hrnando This bill will not run any anywet aD aDwet anywet
wet county dry so how will it aftuet t the vsvenatf vsvenatfMr revenue nweoaeJIir revenuebsl
Mr bsl DuPoat The revenue reVeD will IU he reduced lied begone begonethe Metuset wv wvtile
the t Maine will tll be reduced redut fie privllefe prtU of the t tt whisky whiskyte
t rill te t ship Ip whisky t to < t the th dry counties OUU of the State eon eonContinued fODCotltwU eonConttuutal
Continued CotltwU J ou Fourth Page
FOR MR WA WAWAS WATS WATSWAS
WAS NOT 1THERE 1THEREWHJSJttr HERE HEREWtEt
WHJSJttr AT THE MEETING OF OFMS d COMHITTBI COMHITTBIMR rOMAlI rOMAlIJIB
MS WAS M A8 ELSEWHERE 80 H HTE llj JJ NOr OT HEAR HEARH etBAR HH4JriiE
TE ARGUMENT AR UlIlllNl FOR FORMVT PALM tH H COUNT COUNTORUM aOUNnUl COUNTIBUT
BUT Ul THE lH COMMITTEE COMMIT 33 HAD HAUTSE ORUM JUST JUSThair JVftIJIM JTJIPThere
JIM SAME SAMEThere 8Allre
There re was heap a and d plenty plsntyWhen pJlat1lben plentyWhen
When Steve 8te1eour our uncle uncleThere hair hairCHORUS airWhere +
There were ere signs of mraThere storms stownaThere < kg kgThere
There were rasors In the theAnd theAnd 1 1And
And all could see that troUblti troUbltiVaa troubl troublWas troubiWas +
Was troubling thin for forBut forBut forPut
But it did not boll and bnbW bnbWFor buJAAl bubhlFor
For l or Watson atwon wasnt there t s sOHc i iOHORUS
OHc CHORUS CHORUSNo OHORUSJ RUS RUSNo
J
No N < t Watson wasnt there tsy atj atjWatson JI JIWatlOn
Watson Watson wasnt there thereHe thereHe thereHe
He would have been of court courtHadnt eo eoHadnt courisHadnt
Hadnt been elsewhere elsewhereHe
He had some urgent bUIlD bUIlDThough businessThough busineThough
Though its kind was w not notBut RotBut notBut
But it must have been imj imjFor 1m 1mFor ImFor
For Watson wasnt waanttJaere waanttJaereTo thereTo there thereTo
To the altogether painful wholly tillHfcilile Ie and n hor horribly harribly horribly ¬
ribly amateurish words and music mu lc aowlllwt let forth the theHouse theHoule theHouse
House Committee on City and County pipauiKation i izatlon nt on ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed last night after a bearing nr jMfjtri i tB why hy Dade DadeCounty DadeOounQ DadeCounty
County should be cut in two and agrael to report the thebill thebHI thebill
bill creating Palm Beach County Oount wi recommend recommendalion recommendtion 1eCouune da datlOD
lion t
tionThis
This is a way a1 committees COtlUl tteel have of ofproposition ping a warm warmproposition warm warmget WaLlmpro
proposition pro ltton thats liable to blister hand handonto h get fastened fastenedtnre fu fastenedonto ned nedonto
onto it no matter which way the vote vobsWhich vo voWhich voteWhich
Which in this case is incidental incidentalmeeting incidentalloooting T tare of this thisthe thinmeeting
meeting was the absence of John J Wa Wafrom W Wfrom the member memberFohn memberfrom
from the county that Wag to be b dis disPlease di8Pleue disPlease
Please dont take this in a persona personano pellODiatentlon there was wasHa wasne
no intention manifested to put John Johntrary Job Jobtra17U Ha Itathe the eon eoncturae contrary411
trary tra17U all wanted min n in the tkeD tketudl cturae but butto butohs
Fohn D ha hathang
JWv f m mSome >
Some thang thought thoughtstudied t it u ustudied
studied tudl design a weMl weH1tdd W scheme on onthe hIM hIMthe to toJWv apply applythe
the slow poison of Legislative delay to a adoes that thatd thatdoer
does d not present pre nt an aspect up ct pleasing to h hprospective making makingprOlpoctive wakingprospective
prospective prospectiveWhat
What was thought might have been beenpages 00enpIII on the thepage
pages pIII tI that are left blank iu the book of u uit uit ties if ifit
it hadnt been for Uncle Steve SteveBut it itBut staveBut
But theres always Uncle Steve Stevelie SteveHe Stevelie
lie was educated in a school of flak flakstring 11 11Itrinl like a astring
string of threepound t sheemheadIle aheepahead aheepaheadlie
lie butts in where statesmen fear to toThis tot totThis t tth
This th l time he pulled his I left eyebrow d dof dof ii level levelfee levelof
of the sowest weat corner of his nose lit its aw awin awiD fee ine and andy andin
in that stormy weather voice of his hi saidNW said saidNow laudN
NW Now N John Watson Wt oa treated treat d tills coninii coniniishould UIWI1 UIWI1ahouJd by > y He Heto Heshould
should cave at Wt been here ere ite knew we w we weII r ra to have havedivid havea
a luetttiug uesueen JMi rtes be8D doing a lot oi taikiiif laLUd dividtng divid dividoonimittee
ing and wuen w he gets a chance tu talk t tit tt ttit committee oonimitteeS
it looks JoobIiJce like Be wants to tokeey keep us from ge geSteve ICteve S quorum quorumat quorumidteve
Steve teve said this U a altar the meeting a tinladjo tinladjoqUOtWll adju adjuquorum at wL which icli a aMr aquorum
quorum won w present or accounted for fortoys th Mr fr Dud Dudbones VudleV Dudlays
toys leV I proxy proxyThere proxyThere
i
There was no good to be interred w wCaesar bones bo of oftwo ofr ofCaesar
Caesar r but Anton Antony spoke In fact f fthem t lire two of ofwe ofthem ofthem
them which goes to show how we imp iuijalong we Ware march marchgood JW11ChId h hclung
along Id 1 with ttte passing 1 centuries centuriesX J
X A huge 1ui a map adorned the wallThis wall wailThis Y YThil r
This uiiip looked lUre one one Jw of those ce cemaps cal ei gautpalgn gautpalgntops pa1p
maps of our esteemed t Jtaecutive 1 owing owingof p poaUD8ace poaUD8aceot sosslnennue sosslnennueof
of Lake J e Okeochobao OiIeee but It was said Il d to toness g good like likepd likeof likee ¬
ness of the bone of contention contentionThe h
The piece do resistance on this pleu pleua ape pd wu wasThis wua
a red lime U from loft toright to ton bt t across PJeuI1 the tutvljf This T iI con cona Collvlnesd OuvlDaad ¬
vljf vlDaad l everybody PJ that itY It s dead easy to towhich t < < a county countyH coun 3
which facile demonstration made vhi v id it < l luDMOilini loa as the therosy therosy
rosy tint of the dividing line bit into tbeKftjr t1 = conaeloue conaelouenews r couscioiia couscioiianeeoM coucloauu
news of the favor t tavosad ones OD I who did ns IIItfItW Stake of the
Wataemiaa absemt at treatment tz tment 47 if i iT
There T were others who painted K1 Jell I J Meets J sta ta of the theadvaatafsa t tkeadvantages e eadvaatrn
advantages praaent and 114 future to 1 1iJade tJt by cutting cuttinga cuttla
Dade in two and the coanmlttee lI ttee would wouMable wade a favor taflOPoable favorable fawrit
able report port if sojne ooe had not reiiTbI rt reuu reuuThbt > iu iuThis
This person piarsd pley d an obiigato on onrang irostnut it bell bellItlon
HI H rang ran is I that t t sfrfrltof tGftirDMM fairncess fain p Itlon which whkhfavorably whichwas Idell Idellwu
was wasAll followed by the t sidestep mentioiieoV W8DtiUheAU
All i k but butThe t Pa Nastimaaa NastimaaaThe l lTIle f +
The vetuateer a froai Volusta Vol Wanted want wantright ute1 tSUPt favorably favorablyPwtineon fatrOJ ll
right the then aid there tad hesitated Itted Joe JoeMo t tMone se
Mone Mo 05 one was ride enough ou to towas sub Uj UjDOt Pwtineon Pwtineonthe Pva ha os oswits
was not unwilling 11 to lit this thisof cower the haMt UMtof haMtWhich
of repurtiof favorably OB the theBut diidill diidillUt dlvidiug
But t W this isaaother II I rr rrOM stery at 7 I IThe
The Da4e ounty out dividing bill bUll U Uwithout 1 th e iesM
without I t fetor or or prejudice pvajndleetainiaji P auestilJ auestilJtaJa annetwltaiala
taiala taialaAna tainiaji tainiajiAnd taJa taJaADd
And Watson wasnt t there t t1cll thereKhicb
Which 1cll didnt wens to mutter tter wUI
BROOME ffloO R ME GUARDED GUARDEDTHE GUARDEDTHE
THE PENSION BILL BELLBILL
BILL LITTLE CHANGED BY AMENDMENT A AMENDMEN1VO3 AMENDMEN1VO3I AMENDMEN1VO3J JlBND MlINfOB MlINfOBJcftON OB OBJECTION ¬ I
JECTION J AY TO CREATION OF THE OFFICE OffIiZPICTOk 09 09MMP8CTOR OlIN
MMP8CTOR IN 7Olt Of 0 PSN8ION8 P PEYti10NN9HNATO IN 81 ON BIlJlN SENATOR Aro DE DICLtiUd DECLAMPS D Da
CLAMPS a B AGAINST EXTRAVAGANCE I1T xJJU dvG4JOA v A GUaE OF OFHtQIfr OFHtQIfrLATVRE OuGIBLJiflJRJj L IH IHLLTUB
LATVRE LATVRETrjrUf LJiflJRJjTrJbIc LLTUBTt
Tt TrjrUf to amend the tit pension bill WM the pwork prtmsjutl prtmsjutlwork p l lwork
work of the Senate yesterday yesterdayMany rter a aMany J
Many amendments were offered but few were chosenand chosen chosenand cia ciaad
and those tho adopted did not materially change the bill wa re reported reOrted reported ¬
ported Orted from committee committeeSenator committeeSeAator committeesenator
Senator Broome was on guard IUtU and watchful was he heto h hto heIto
Ito to see that nothing harmful crept into the measure weuureToard measureToward measureToward
Toward the close of consideration Senator Heed Henderson Hendersonprobably erloJl erloJlprobabl racnprobably
probably desiring to Me what effect e ect it would have oa the theSenator tit tittor theSenator
Senator tor front rom the Sixth offered an amendment amendll nt making the thetax thetax thetax
tax twentyfour mills Instead ef four fourSenator fourileDator fourkienator
Senator Broome could scarcely C8lteI believe that his hi hearing hearingwas elrinlwu
was true and he asked that the amendment be read again againThen apJnTheR gainThen
Then with reproachful expression shadowing hit classic classicfeatures dualcteaturea classicfeatures
features he e paused pltu ed in amassment before speaking peak1 while whileSenator whileIdsnator 111e 111euator
Senator Cone declared That amendment would kill killthe
the t e billSenator bill billSenator billSenator
Senator Broome found his voice and in vexed trine in inquired IDqulred Inqri ¬
quired qri qrifired fired Who ho is 1 trying to turn this Senate ba Into a acircus ac1rcua aSenator
circus T TSenator tSeDator
Senator Henderson arose bowed to the Senator from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Sixth and withdrew the amendment amendmentResidence amendmentl amendmentResidence
Residence l nee in the State was a matter of contention contentioD10r Sena Senator Senator ¬
tor Harris discussing the subject at some length prefacing
his Ai argument by the statement that perhaps 1 > erha his demand demandwould dempndwould d dwould
would cause him unpopularity but that he deemed d it Itwi a awise awise
wise wi provision to lengthen the period of residence in the theState theState theState
State in order not to make the pension system burden burdensome bvden1Omtf burdensome ¬
some some The property qualification being removed 1 1a the tbebill thebUl thebill
bill and the period of residence in the State tate shortaned shortanedwould ihIdwould shartIedwould
would tend to increase iucre 1Ie the pension elWon list to an extent for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which provision for sufficient funds was not made madeHe madeHe madeHe
He said he was iu favor of pensions and to do all pos powBible possible pollible ¬
Bible for Confederate soldiers but bu he thought it unwise unw to tofix WIx tofix
fix the term of residence at ten years and offered < lu lumeat an anettd aadweat anettdutent
meat that it be from January 11890 11890Senator 1 1890 1890a5eDator 1890senator
Senator Sam said Hit It in a good bill as l1alt it stands and andneeds andneeds ad adneedl
needs no amendment while Senator uutor crone said 66Boldiera Sol Scsldiers Soldiers ¬
diers from other States tate come to Florida and ad MIf ke build buildStale Ud Ude lidtat
e Stale tit tat aad they th81abould should not be required uirecl to wait t so som 110LlYell soLively
m T TLively
Lively Livelytor de detor detor
tor Nell that pensions be paid Confederate Confederatewar t twar l t twar
war who were confined in Northern prisons who whoteered volun volunteered rolunteaured ¬
teered to fight Indians in the Territories who had pre previously previolJ previoualy ¬
viously served three or more years in the service of the theConfederate theOonfederale theConfederate
Confederate States shall not be classed as deserters under underthis UDdertl underthis
this tl act actSenators actSeuator actSenators
Senators Broome roowe and Cone objected o to this and in sup support support p pport ¬
port of the amendment Mr Neel said that as far t taware as > a was wasaware wasaware
aware there was only one man to be benefited thereby 114 114that and andthat andthat
that was a resident of his county countyTbls countyTilil countyThis
This man had been in the Confederate army for more morethan morethan morethan
than three years was wu captured and while while sick In priaoa priaoaaccepted prlloaaccellted prisosaccepted
accepted the freedom offered by y the United States lta to tolit en enlist enlist ¬
list and serve rv in its it army against Indians He needed edecl a apension apenlJon apension
pension said Senator e ator Ne N Neel l and as he had served 1Wd the t e Con Confederacy Cpafederacy Gmtfederacy ¬
federacy well he thought he was deserving vlBI of it itSenator itIiJeaa iteuator
Senator IiJeaa euator tor Beard expressed the opinion that it would be bebetter bebetter bebetter
better not to adopt the amendment and to grant p t this01 this01dier this sol soldier 101dler ¬
dier a pension by Legislative action actionDid actionDid actionDid
Did he ta tab e the oath of allegiance to the fritted tJ tlUedOove sUatae sUataeOoveramefttf Itt I IOoeruaeAt
Oove Ooveramefttf tuueat inquired Senator Broome BroomeI
1 suppose au that he did replied Senator tor torhe Had acr or else enshe elsehe
he could not have served in its It army armyIf arm armIt
If be did take such oath of allegiAaea to > tat tlkM tlkMStates V oW oWBtatel J4States
States thea I hope and trust that this aas4at tin sain f11t eat will willbe willIte willbe
be defeated declared Senator Keua tor Broomesenator Broome BroomeSenator a ator
Senator tor Neel then asked Senator t Brooa Broom Did DMt youtake you oftake
take t e the t e oath of allegiance allegianceNever allegianceNever 1 1UNey
UNey Never air Not before the war aadi a W I Ir vooM fere feregone pare paregoae
gone to the gallows first was wut the reply 1 e of fitAai oMtnr oMtnrBroome saturroosse
r
Broome rroosseAnd BroomeAad
And the amendment adment was defeated defeatedSeveral de deeraJ detestedSeveral
Several eraJ other amendments amendtadopted wee otasad otasadadopted soar w e eadopted
adopted bat causing little change la th th1 MH whsi whem a ml J ihallively mllively lJ lJIIvel1
lively clash occurred over one 1 offered bj t foMtot Hick Hickman BKtman hackman
man creating an Inspector of Pensioao PeodwspThis PensioaoThis
This 1111 Insj InJHtor ctor of Pensions to torJ receive fl m sad exatttae eautsslsrepesaiom exatttaepension
pension rlt rJ ms and report traD franduleelt fraudulent t dttitjM to the > State StatePeaslOB rtatepeuioa
PeaslOB 1 > > 101 Board Heardpsaking BoardSpeaking BourdpeltI
Speaking to tb the amendment Mr Hodman Hue anan amid that thatthere tMtthere thatthere
there ware w mauy fraudulent IDI10 pensioners who ho keep the tMIoa pen peasioa pension ¬
sion fund from those to whom it belosjpU belosjpUHe be beBe beM beMHe
He spoke of his hi experience expwl in the U Uliled Htates Oovrt aeartand Oovrtand Oevtad
and ad the t number of cases of frasdu1 frasdu1claims fraudulent VMenl Betfioa Betfioaclaims
claims that t had been prosecuted Bo Be1aNcI declared vkM fMr an an anInspector
Inspector r was uecessarv necessary to purge the lb reds ef etwe thooo v whe whewere o owere
were we fatting 1IttS peusious illegally illegallySenator meJl7Beard Illegallyevtot
Senator Beard said Id u It is I a food SAeartmint t aM willereati will willcreate wtllCNete
create an office te of utuJ utuJIt usefulness usefulnessIt
It la impossible I for fraudulent claimants f to fit BOB pealions BOBlions
lions 10 with ltII th the eyes y of the Board B ar4 of Peaeious look looiraf em aadeclared emdeclared
declared d cla Senator ileDa Wr Conc ConcThe 00 001M one oneMThe
The work of such cla aa a olber en woaJi sot aotM he Mbe tHeetife tHeetifehe
he wmtiaued hb because callll the Iispeelof J Iae rseWr laud IT ITau act dad d daav sat satU
aav U aaeate ove than la kao known now JaOWI nowthe
I yak the theAt enndaset t is a toed cue said said7brtilllMiI n nlT
7brtilllMiI lT 11 At tile lilt eta twsvsatNi Hwy HwypMMId
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