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The Lily of the Valiey Lodge, 1.0. G.T., held their weekly meeting in the Albany Street Oddfellows' Hall, Bio. R. M'Kinluy, C.T., presiding. Reports of visits to the Rescue and Pioneer Lodaes wore submitted by several members, who stated that pleasant evenings had been spent on both occasions. The- quarterly report from the grand secretary was received and read, and regret was expressed at tho intimation of the death of Bro. Johnson. D.1.C.T., Wellington, who had been well known and highly esteemed by tiie members of the Older in T)un"ciin.' The election of officers was then proceeded with, after which they were duly installed by the L.D. (Bro Morrison) ns fellows: —C.T., Bro. K. •M'Kinlay; V.T., Sister X. Curlinc ; _see-r-etarv, Sister A Bowie; chaplain, O. ITartkv; G.. Bro. R. CoS-ille; F.S., Sister F. Curlinc ; T., Sister Brown; M., Bro. Chad wick ; P.M.. Sister C. Bowie; S.J.W., Sister A. Bowie: E.D., Bm. A. J. Paterson ; P.C.T., Bro. pianist, Sifiter M. Paterson. Bro?. M'Koowi'i and Fleming acted as installing marshals. ITaimonv wn.s contributed by Bro/;. O. and J. Walkinshnw and Sisters C. Bowie and F. Curlina, Bro. F. Cameron also giving a brief addiws. The visitors' vote was responded to by repre-1-in: 'onn=?)i -r .wii.t ;>u,l mo '<J S3.\ryu;i;o3 Hope of Dunedin Lodges. 'I ho vmitt ci gathering of Good Templars lipid in the Social Hall in tlie Octagon was woll ;i Horded. Bro. A. J. Patterson, D.C.T., presided. It was decided to recommend lodger, to endeavor to mako the weekly meetings more attractive and popular, to form a committeo to induce persons to sign the pledge, and to advocate better training and educating of young people. Mention was made of tho excellent progress made by the Order during 42 years, and Pioneer Txidgo No. 2 was congratulated on celebrating its 42nd birthday. It was stated that eight local members had answered the country's call to arms. The lodge sisters were congratulated for the manner in which they had been helping to provide articles and money for the many different patriotic funds. Regret was expressed that in connection with tho Local Option and National Prohibition vote the 65 per cent, handicap had again to be met.

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LODGE MEETINGS, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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LODGE MEETINGS Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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