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In reply to the circular letter of the D.G.M., 0, and S,, E.C., the Lodge of Otago, No. 844, E.C., has passed the following resolution: —“That the D.G.M, be informed that the delegates were appointed under the authority and seal of the lodge, in conformity with the letter received from the R.W.D.G.M. on April 17, and that the names of the delegates were Dr Fitchett, T. G. De Renzy, A. J. Barth, M'Gregor B. Wrieht, and the Rev. William Ronaldson. That the Lodge of Otago have not altered their views since May 1, when the lodge declared in favor of a Grand Lodge for New Zealand.”

The Port Chalmers Masonic Lodge resolved that they abide by their previous resolution of unswerving allegiance to the Grand Lodge of England.

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MASONIC., Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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MASONIC. Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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