It was passed by the Private Bills Committee, and must be in the hands of the Chairman. All the powers asked for are only asked in connection with the business of the company. This Grain Growers' Company is at present dealing in grain and other products of the farm which the members of the company raise on their farms; and if the farmers who established "this company wish to go into different lines of goods that they need in conducting their farming operations, why should they not be allowed to do so? Why is this Grain Growers' Company not as much entitled to these powers as any other company which asks for a charter? If it has a great many powers, the chances are it will not use one out of ten, but what harm (can 'there he in giving it these powers? It is not right-that thi,s company, representing some 30,000 farmers, should not have power to take over business as it sees fit.
Subtopic: GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED.