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The fortnightly meeting of the Loyal"' 7 Caversham Lodge, M.U., was held on Wednesday evening. N.G. Bro. Hill in the chair. P.G. Bro. Cronin, P.G. Bro. Wilson, and N.G. Bro. Hill, delegates to the district meeting at Lawrence, reported, and gave an account of the business transacted. The delegates to the D.V.FS. Dispensary, also reported on the special meeting held on October 1. A vote of thanks was accorded the delegates for their report. Two candidates were initiated during the evening. P.G. Nutting (City of Westminster) and P.G. Broadfoot (Hand and Heart) responded to the toast of the visitors. Receipts, £lO 15) Id.

The usual meeting of the Loyal Albion Ladge, M U. 1.0.0 R, was held on Thursday evening in the Choral Hall, N.G. Bro. Gills n presiding. Two candidates wrre ini'iated. P.G.P.S. Bro. D.-S. Munro (Loyal Vullcy Lodge) and P.G. Bro. J. G. Briggs (Loyal Caversham Lodge) responded on behalf of their respective lodges. At 8 p.m. the lodge went into harmony, the programme being arranged and the eaterfainmenl condueled by PG.A. J. Smith. The following performers received a vote of thanks at the termination :—Mr AIL E. Yates, Mr A. Thompson, Mr Williams, Mr Robert Guy, Bro. A. J. Smith, Master B. Wyatt, Mr J. Sheridan, Miss J. Yates, Bro. J. G. Brigg«, Mr Percy Proctor, Mr W. Dunp, Mr Lamb, j Messrs H. and P. Cameron, P. Coggon, -D. Cormack, and J. M'Connel.

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ODDFELLOWSHIP., Issue 10442, 11 October 1897

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ODDFELLOWSHIP. Issue 10442, 11 October 1897

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