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ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS. The ordinary meeting of Court Pride of Onehunga, No. 5261, was held In the Foresters' Hall last night, when Bro. D. J. Hyaulason, C.R., presided over a large attendance. Btos. R. A. Kent I.P.D.C.R. and W. L. Rowland. P.D.C.R.. occupied seats on the dais. Two candidates were Initiated and seven proposed for membersnip. Arrangements were made for the presentation of the sliver cup and medals won by the tug-of-war team at the Dominion picnic at next Court meeting, 'the Court, expressing the wish that Bro. Rowland should make the presentation. Routine business being disposed of, the Court was closed, and an enjoyable euchre tournament playa - '. <nfcfe Court Nil Despsrandum.

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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