Gaelic Society's monthly meeting in Stuart street. ddfellows' Hall to-morrow evening. Annual meeting fit Educational Institute of Otago in the Choral Hall to-morrow morning at .eleven.
Members and intending membejrs of the Roslyn Gun Club will meet in Conway's Holjel to-morrow evening.
A series of Saturday afternoon .concerts will ,be given by Misa Wihon and Mr A. Towsey, commencing on July 13.
Lodge of Qtagq, E.G., meets in the Masonic Hall to-morrow evening. At 9.80 a meeting of, Masons will be .held in tjhe hall for the purpose of forming a Masonic union. The Bay. Dx Macgregor, of St. Gufchbert's, i Edinburgh, will leot,ure on 'The Resurrection'i at Knox Church to-morrow eyening. In order: to prevent, as far as possible, a .crush, jt has i been arranged that the doors shall be opened at half-past seven o'clock. The half-yearly meeting of Ivanhoe Lodge, No. 113, U.A.0.D., was held last night. There was a very large attendance of members and visiting brethren. The auditors' report and balance-sheet were received and adopted. The latter showed that the funds of the lodge aro favorably increasing. The following officers were elected for the eneuing term, and installed by the District President, Bro. Moss Moss. J.P.A., Bro. W. Carr; A.D., Bro. J. H, Davisi; V.A., Bro. T. O. Stokes; secretaty, Bro. W. Btronach (re-elected); treasurer, Bro. T. Borrow; 1.G., Bro. Jobn Asher; A.D. Bards, Bros. G. H. Lethaby and J. O. Dixon; V. Awards, Bros. T. Hutohinson and S. H, Hill; 0.G., Bro. William Hill, sen.; assistant secretary, Bro J. Baynes. Votes of thanks were accorded to the installing officer and the :etiring officers. P.A. Shelton moved that a letter be forwarded to the DP. respectfully requesting him to bring, before tho R.A. Chapter the recently issued report of the Registrar-General of Friendly Societies, with the object of the appointment of * committee to draw up a report replying tfcjtfejto, so far as the Druids were concerned. D.P. Moss said that the Chapter could deal witfe this or any similar motion at the call of any member authorised to attend its meetinjgs, jwd therefore there was no reason to approach .him through the lodge. But there was little chance of ,ine matter being discussed at tho first meeting of the R.A.. Chapter, as the business paper was already j full ; but a special meeting would be convened; At an early date, and the matter could be taken up. Tho funds were under direction of the G.L. of Australia, by whom valuations were* duly mado, and these matters were beyond the jurisdiction of the Registrar-General. However, as the .motion looked like dictation to him, he would not aet on it, as action was open to any member.,of ;the Chapter who ohose tp novo. The motion, on being put to the vote, .was carried by a large majority. The receipts wereLll<3s3a.
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