The monthly meeting of Lodge Dunedin, No. 931, E.C., was held at the Freemasons' Hall on Tuesday evening, the W.M. Bro. S. W. Gibbs presiding. The following resolution, proposed by D.D.G.M. Bro. Sir Robert Stout, was carried :—" That in the opinion of this lodge it is desirable in the interests of Freemasonry that a United Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of New Zealand should be constituted, with the assent of a majority of the lodges now working in the colony under the Grand Lodges of England, Ireland, and Scotland respectively. That this lodge hereby gives its hearty support to the futherance of that object, and pledges itself that when a convention shall be summoned by the New Zealand Masonic Union, for the purpose of considering the constitution of such Grand Lodge, it will appoint a delegate or delegates."
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MASONIC., Evening Star, Issue 7914, 23 May 1889
MASONIC. Evening Star, Issue 7914, 23 May 1889
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