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MASONIC GRAND LODGE

« (FBB PBESS ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, March 20. A. general meeting of the Freemasons has been convened to oonslder the advlaableneas of the Auckland Lodge joining In the movement for the formation of a United Grand Lodg*. Hokitika, March 20. At the annual meeting of the District Gr*nd Lodge of Weotland. E 0., held tonight, the report of tbe Board of General Purposes, oondemnlne a Grand Lodge of Freemasons of New Zealand as unnecessary and Inopportune, was unanimoosly adopted. The meeting was very largely attended. At a meeting of the Pacific Lodge, held tbe previous evaning, It was unanimously resolved not to sever connection with the Grand Lodge of England, whether a Grand Lodge of New Zealand be established or nor.

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MASONIC GRAND LODGE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 21 March 1889

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MASONIC GRAND LODGE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 21 March 1889

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