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Ivanhoe Lodge held their fortnightly | meeting in Smiths Hall. Hanover street, on Monday, Arch Druid Bra. fi. Cahiil presiding. The lodge voted the sum of £2 2a towards helping a brother in dis- • treflc P.D.P. Bro. Brockie installed Bro. T. A. Borrow into the position of Past Arch Bard. The regular meeting of All Nations' Lodge was held in tho lodjje room on Tuesday, A.D. Bro. Kobert Storer presiding over a Jarye- Attendance of members, including about a dozen from the forts at the' Heads. The visitors in- ] eluded P.P.P.s Bros. Brockie and Hunter (Ivanhoe), A.D. Bro. Paul (Lily of the Valley), and an official visit from West '■ Harbor Lodge. The judges for the Gnne- • ral Efficiency Competition were also in attendance taking note of tho way in which the business was carried through. During the evening the loyal toasts were honored, and responded to by the visitors. At the conclusion of tho meeting harmony \vas indulged in and refreshments handed . round. The Lily of the Valley Lodge held their fortnightly meeting in the O.F. Hall, Albany street, A.I). Bro. Paul presiding ' over a fair attendance of members and visitors. A very favorable report was received from the Bards, there being only one memDer nick. A mock initiation ceremony was gone through for the benefit of the " E.A.C. competition judges. The principal event of the evening was a secret charge competition. The charge chosen was P.A., six brothers entering for game. Bro. T.' Walker • (Otago Lodge) proved the winner. The usual toasts were honored and responded to. The meeting of tyio "ErrreKprise Lodge was well attended by the members, and ■was presided over by A.D. Bro. Jones. One candidate was initiated. The sum of £2 2s was voted to a distressed brother. After routine business had been disposed of an official visit was received from Loyal Centenary Lodge, 1.0.0. F., and a pleas- * ant evening was epenfc at cards.

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U.A.O.D., Evening Star, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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U.A.O.D. Evening Star, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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