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GOOD TEMPLARY.

The regular fortnightly meeting of the Star of Roslyn Lodge was held on Wednesday evening. The Chief Templar (Bro. Strachan), on behalf of Sis. Wright and the Alliance Lodge, conjointly presented the lodge with a handsome ballot box, to the donors of which a vote of thanks was accorded, and Sis. Wright and Bro. Young responded. After the usual business the lodge went into harmony, when songs and recitations were contributed by Sitters Williamson, Thorn (Hope of Caversham Lodge), Brown and Lockwood, aud Bros. Ferguson, Young, Clarkson, Hampden, and Strachan. Amusement was caused through impromptu answering of questions written by members on slips and drawn by lottery.

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GOOD TEMPLARY., Issue 10451, 22 October 1897

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GOOD TEMPLARY. Issue 10451, 22 October 1897

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