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The feature of last night's meeting of Pioneet of Dunedin Lodge, No. 2, 1.0. G.T. was an official visit from Crystal Spring Juvenile Temple, No.. 06, who attended about iifiy strong, and were accorded an enthusiastic reception. Bro. D. Cameron C.T., presided, and invited Sis. E. Simpson,' acting C.T. of the Temple, to take a seat oeside him. An enjoyable programme was presented, the items from the members of the Temple being given in good style. T> e programme consisted of »ecitatiom>, songs, etc., and'withem a doubt the Juvenihs acquitted themselves most creditably. Tne voto of lhauks to the Juvenile Temple was responded to by S : a. E. Simpson (in the abstnee of Bro. J. B. MerreU,:S J.T., who sent a letter of apology). She heartily thanked the Pioneer Lodge for their invitation, and Baid the children had enjoyed thomselvca.wcll. Three hearty cheers wero exchanged between Temple and Lodg*. when the Juvenile Templars retired. One candidato was initiated. Ail routine business was adjourned until ntxt lodge night. It was decided to send a letter to Bro r J. B. Merrett, S.J.T., expressing the pleasure of meeting hia Juvenile Templar 3, wishing them every success in the fu ure, and complimenting them on their good behaviour and excellent programme given that evening. Broa. R. M'Kinky (Lily), J. Sandemm (Hope of Dunedin), Dunne (Hope of Caversham), Sis. Martin (VV&ikouaiti), Bro. T. Young (Alliance) responded to the vote of thanks to the visitors.

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GOOD TEMPLARY., Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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GOOD TEMPLARY. Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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