The fortnightly meeting of the Loyal Valley .Lodge, M.U.1,00F., was held in the North Danedin Drill Hall on Monday evening. An official visit was received from the Loyal Albion Lodge. The programme ior the eveniog (under the direction of Bro. Tilbury) was contributed to by the following :—Bros. Djuglas, Winter, Munro, Black, Kmpe, Robaon, Green, and Tilbury P G Winter (Loyal Albion) and P.P.C.S. Black (Liyal Hind and Heart) responded to the second toast of the evening. ' «t A i!! eeling wa3 hdd at Gibson's store, \\ oodhaugh, on Tuesday evening, under the J™"" »' the Loyal Valley Lodge, i f A ■> ' t0 P rom «>te the interests of the Order in that district. There wasagood attendance of the residents—mostly young men. Addresses were delivered by P.G- M Bruodell, P.P.G.M. Clarke, P.P.C S. Black, and others setting forth the advantages peoumary and otherwiaa—of OJdfellowship. the speakers were listened to with close attention, and there is every reason to hope for good results. A musical programme was. also carried out to the evident enjoyment of those present.
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ODDFELLOWSHIP., Evening Star, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897
ODDFELLOWSHIP. Evening Star, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897
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