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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES

The fortnightly meeting of the Ruth Rebekah Lodge was held on Thursday evening, Sis. Statham, N.G., in the chair. After the ordinary business the N.G. declared a short recess, during which Sis. Statham, read an amusing letter from a friend in China, explaining the mode of living of the China women. The lodge then went into harmony, Sis. Farnie (Linda), Sis. Fleming (Ruth), and Bro. Anderson contributing. It was decided to hold a concert and dance on the anniversary of the lodge. A vote of thanks was passed to the visitors for their attendance, Sis. Farnie responding. •.

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, Issue 10458, 30 October 1897, Supplement

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES Issue 10458, 30 October 1897, Supplement

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