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GOOD TEMPLARY.

The Hope of Dunedin Lodge held their usual weekly meeting on Friday in the Rattray street Oddfellows' Hall, the Chief Templar (Bro. J. M. Sandeman) presiding. Correspondence from the Hope of Caversham, Pride of Waihemo, and Palmerston Lodgeß was received conveying motions of sympathy passed as to the death of the hte Bro. H S Fish. Bro. A. H. Fellingham, district deputy, Christchurch, received an enthusiastic welcome, and in the course of an address gave an account of-how the cause sped on its way in his district, where the members had the honor and pleasure of having the Grand Chief Templar now working among them. He conveyed the fraternal greeting of his lodges, and concluded by expressing the pleasure the Christchurch brethren would have m welcoming as many as could attend the next Grand Lodge session to be held there. He announced that the Grand Chief Templar would be in Dunedin in November. Harmony was contributed bv Sis. Kennedy, Sis: Caddie, Sis. Mathews and Bros. G. W. Sandeman, T. Young, D Sandeman, Tily, Newall, Pitcher, Felling'ham. Bro. Merry {Lily of the Valley) Sis Macrarlane (of the Pioneer), and Bro. Young (Alliance) responded oa behalf of the visitors.

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GOOD TEMPLARY., Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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GOOD TEMPLARY. Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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