The fortnightly meeting of the Unity 1.0.0 F,, South DanediDj on "Wednesday evening, was attended by the Grand Lodge officers, for the purpo/ e of installing the newly-elected officers for the currant tetm. The followiog brethren wtro invested with office by D G.M. Br*. Cole :—F. A. Hancock, JN.G.; Joteph Holgate, V.G.; C. Boelke, treasurer; T. K. Dodds, secretary; A. M'Lean, warden; J. M'Lean, conduotor; G. Walters, I.G. ; W. Bltean and J. Lothian, right and left supporters to the J"*,©. ; G. R. 131ack and J. O. Waldtc, right and loft supporters to the V.G.; W. B. Stephens and C. Boelke, S.S. One candidate waß initiated.
A piece of coal, weighing five and onehilf tons, has been cut at Abercarn Colliery, Cornwall (England), to be sent to the Paris Exposition.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 7952, 6 July 1889
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