MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS
WAITEMATA DRDTDfS' LODGE
On Monday night.lost a complimentary social was tendered to P.A. Bro. A Thompson by the members of the Waltemata Lodge, U.A 0.D., No. 44, on the occasion of his election to the position of District Grand Guardian of the Grand Lodge of the North Island of New Zealand, U..A.O.D' Representatives from Lodges Auckland Ponsonby, Devonport, Newmarket, Grey Lynn, nnd Eden, numbering 400 were present. Arch Druid Bro. Tester presided, ably assisted by a strong coijithlt'fee. The usual toasts were duly honoured, and a select programme of vocal and instrumental Items was contributed by the visitors and brethren. Bro. Cato's orchestra supplied the music. A word of praise ls due tp the committee for the manner In which the social was carried out, especially the stewards (Bros. Stokes, Hlnton, Bottvlll, and others). During the evenine Bro. R. Blair, District President, officially opened the library in connection with 'the lodge. P.A. Bro. A. Thompson sultablv responded to the many flattering remarks tendered to him.
METHODIST MISSION. In connection with the Auckland Me'thodlst Mission, there was an eminently successful meeting at the East-street Mission Hall last night, when addresses were delivered by the Rev. W. G. Taylor and Mr. P. W. Blade, of Sydney. Th ey leave for Rotorua to-day, and will return on Saturday ln time to conduct the week-end 1 meetings. A largo list of meetings hns been arrangud.
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