A large number of members and visitors attended the weekly meeting of Pioneer of Dunedin Lodge, No. 2, 1.0. G.T., held last night in the . Lower Choral-Hall, when the C.T. presided. Two candidates were initiated. A communication from the District Lodge was received, and it was decided to accede.to the request of the District Lodge in respect to holding their meetings in subordinate lodge rooms. The reports of By-laws .and Sale of Work Committees were received, and the latter report was left over for further consideration. A vote of sympathy and condolence was ordered to be sent to the relatives of the late Bro. H. S. Fish, sympathising with them in their recent bereavement. The C.T. reported that a visit to the Lily of the Valley Lodge was a great success. The lodge decided to have a “ pound ” night next Tuesday, as the All Nations Lodge, No. 13 (Port Chalmers), were coming officially. An invitation was ordered to be sent to the Crystal Spring Juvenile Temple inviting them to visit the lodge officially. Harmony was contributed to by Bros. Ward, Hegarty, and Smith and Sis. Gray, The vote'of thanks to the visitors was responded tq by Bros. Marr and Campbell (Port Chalmers) and Bro, Ferguson (Alliance). Sis. Milne acted as pianist during the evening.
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GOOD TEMPLARY., Evening Star, Issue 10432, 29 September 1897
GOOD TEMPLARY. Evening Star, Issue 10432, 29 September 1897
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