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ODDPELLOWSHIP.

The usual fortnightly meeting of the Loyal Caversbam Lodge, M.U., was held on Wednesday evening, N.G. Bro. Hill in the chair Owing to the amount of business to be transacted the proposed "Night with Dickens " was postponed to a future occasion. P.P.C.S. Bro. Black responded to the toast of the visitors. On Friday the members of'the Linda Rebekah Lodge, 1.0.0. F., Roslyn, held a social evening, to which a number of their friends-were invited. The N.G. (Sis. Farnio) explained that the objeot of meetings of this nature was. twofold—first, to bind the members more closely together and to enable them to know more of each other; and, secondly, to let outsiders know more of the working of the lodge, with a hope of inducing them to enter into the bonds of Oddfellowship. A very pleasant evening was spent, during which songs, readings, recitations, etc., were contributed by Mrs Cotton, Misses Statham, Farnie, Durston, Mercer, Alexander, Sutherland. Messrs Crichton, Strachat. Springer, Wilkinson, Ovens, Cotton, and Lindsay. The usual fortnightly ■ meeting of the Loyal Hand and Heart Lodge was held in the Stuart street Hall last evening, when a lecture on Rudyard Kipling was delivered by P.G. Munroe, who was accorded a hearty vote of thanks. P.C S. Hopcraft and Bro. Gallagher contributed to the harmonv of .the.evening.. Receipts, £7O 13i 41.

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ODDPELLOWSHIP., Issue 10466, 9 November 1897

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ODDPELLOWSHIP. Issue 10466, 9 November 1897

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