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At the 1.0. G.T. Grand Lodge yesterday, the reports of the Finance and Appeals committee were submitted and adopted. It was resolved that the Minister of Education be again urged to introduce, scientific teaching- of the effects of alcohol on the human system. The several notices of motion handed in during the session were then, dealt with. Votes oi thanks to the local JBresa for their full reports inserted were passed,- also to Brothers McDenuott, Townsend and Weetbrooke, the reporters. Votes of thanks were also accorded to the retiring officers, to the local reception committees and all local friends whohad accommodated and entertained the members. Presentations .were made,to Past Grand Messenger, to ihe. Chairman of the Reception Committee, Bro. ■ G. Clark, and to Brother? Marshall, secretary to the committee. Bro. W. Johneon, D.1.C.T., -was also presented with a memento for Ids services in conferring the International Degree. All the recipients briefly responded. The G.C.T. appointed the standing committees for the ensuing two years. The Grand Chief Templar then closed the Grand. Lodge with the aisual ceremonies. Most of the delegates left for their homes last evening.

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I.O.G.T. GRAND LODGE., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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I.O.G.T. GRAND LODGE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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