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The Hope of Dunedin Lodge held their meeting on Friday eveniDg, Bro. G. W Sandeman, P.C.T., in the chair. One brother was reobligated and two brothers joined the lodge on the readmiasion ceremony. The Open Social Committee reported everything ready for the open social. The Acting C.T. reported that fifteen of the members had attended the official visit to the Star of Freedom Lodge, and a pleasant evening had been spent. On : Bro. Claik's motion it was resolved that the lodge support Bro. E. H. Taylor's mission in Dunedin. A hearty vote of thanks to visitora and to those who had contributed tolthe harmonv was responded to by Bro..Pitcher (Alliance), Bro. Tily(Hopeof Cavershara), Sis. M'Farlane (Pioneer), Sis. Cameron (Dunedin Lodge), and Bro. Todd (Star of Roslyn). The O.T. appointed the standing committees for the quarter. The following contributed to the harmony:—Sis. Matthews (pianoforte solo), Bro. Tily (zobo selection), Sis. Kennedy, and Bros. W. Kane and Pitch r (songs).

The Hope of Caversham Lodge held their S" eek L y « 2| eetin g 01 » Thursday, Bro. E. bouth, C.T., presiding. The lodge decided to provide a table for the social in commemoration of the silver jubilee of the Order m Dunedin. After the business had been transacted the lodge went into harmony, Bro. Tiley andvßro. M. South contributing items. Several visitors responded to the UHual votes of thanks.

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GOOD TEMPLARY., Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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GOOD TEMPLARY. Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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