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LOYAL WAIREWA LODGE.

A meeting of tho Wairewa Lodge, 1.0.'0 F, M.U., was held in the Ball, Little River, last Thursday. Present—L G., P.G. Bro J. McQueen V G. Bro. E. Russell, G M. Bro. H. French, and a fair attendance of brethren

Correspondence was read from PCS. Bro, J. Carroll ra district officers visit.

From PP.G.M. Ed. J.Brady deo'aring off the sick fund.

PG. Bro. F. Wright proposed that th* Lodge entertain the distriot officer:? on thtir visit with a dance, the proceeds to be given to tbe Patriotic Fund.

P.PqG M. Bro, G. Breittneyer proposed that the Lodge pay Bro, B. Birdling's contritions during his with the Expeditionary Forces.

Carried unanimously Br:>. Breitmeyer also proposed that Ero. McQue-.n be nominated for D.P.G.M. chair, and that D.P.G M Bro. Lawrence be nominated for P G;M. chair, Bro. F. Wright moved a motion, which was carried, that the action of the officers in postponing the annual dance be approved. Friend T. Roche applied for admission to the Older, and on a ballot being taken, was unanimously elected, and was initiated by Lecture Master P.G. Bro. Watson,

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LOYAL WAIREWA LODGE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914

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LOYAL WAIREWA LODGE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914

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