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GOOD TEMPLARY.

At the Hope of Dunedin Lodge weekly meeting on Friday the chair.was occupied by the Past Chief Templar (Bro. G. W. Sandeman). A report of the visit to the All Nations Lodge, Port Chalmers, was given,. and pleasure was expressed at hearing of their continued prosperity. The election of officers resulted in the return of some old and new warriors.- Their installation takes place next meeting. On harmony being called, the following contributed suitable items :—Si?. Mathews, Bros., R. and W. . 1 Pitcher, Sis. Kennedy, Bros. Denovan and : Gray, and others. ’ Sis. Bowie proposed the vote to the visitors, ; ' Bro., Kemp,, of Nelson (Loyal Marine Lodge),. Bro. M'Kinlay (Lily of the Valley), and' Sis. F. Thorn (Caversham) responded. .

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GOOD TEMPLARY., Issue 10459, 1 November 1897

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GOOD TEMPLARY. Issue 10459, 1 November 1897

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