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LITTLE RIVER NEWS.

[FHOSI OtJB OWN CORKESrOKDENT.]

LOYAL WAIREWA LODGE.

The fortnightly meeting of the Loyal Wairewa Lodge was held in the Town Hall, Little Kiver, on Thursday April 23rd. Present—N G. Bro. H, French, G.M. Bro G. Breitmeyer, P.P.G.M, P.S. Bro. J. Bwadel. The V G being absent, Bro. A. S, Watson acted in his stead. There was only a small attendance of the brethren, owing to a number of them being away in camp. The minutes -of the previous meeting were read aod, confirmed. Gorrespondenca was received — From Bro. J. Harris enclosing con cributions.

* From Loyal Manawatu Lodge enclosing tickets for an,art union.they were holding in order to raise funds for renovating the lodge room. From Loyal Laestoo Lodge notifying that Bio.'H..Withell had not presented his clearance within tb6 prescribed twenty eight day.*, and forwarding contributions inakiDg him financial on books to date, and aski fl g for another clearance for Bio. Wiihel which was granted on the proposal of Bro. Geo. Bienrueyer. hey also cl'iimed more surrender value

Tr>e secretary was instructed to draw tbeir attention, however, to rule 6i, section B, paragraph 3, wbere th y would see that, if there was any deficit:, Bro. Withell bad to make up the deficiency.

. Sick pay, £2, to Bro. R. Norrie was passed for payment.

PRESENTATION

On Thursday, Ami- 23, some of the ot:i resi its; « in:■:.:■ a pr<>si*itf>u.\a<\ ro ! 'irs B. Hrtft'.H i>l i. \'ii:-y nice i.r-vvsliiug bag as a ruaik of pstefm on her leaving fcbe di.sf.iic, of which nhe ba* been a roiideno for the last forty

years,

BY SOCIAL-DEMOCRAT,

Oα Friday night, Mr J. ..Robertson, M.P. for Ofcaki, visited Little River in the interests of the Social Democratic Party. There was a fair attendance, Mr G. Barclay being in the chair. Mr Robertson explained the policy of the Social DemocraticJParty, and was given an attentive htaring, afterwards answering any questions. A collection was taken at tbe door, which the speaker explained was soleiy to pay for the hall, and that none of it went towards his personal ex penses. , ' ■

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date

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