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Tho Loyal Milton Lodge met ns usual on Monday evening, and there was a good attendance, in spite of the boisterous evening. The officers and members of Court Bruce, A.0.F., wore present to take part in tho return card match. A most pleasant and enjoyable evening was spent. Six tables took part in an hour an a-quarter’s playing, and at tho conclusion it was found that a draw war. tho result—each side scoring 15 games. The visitors were entertained at supper, and one and nil enjoyed themselves splendidly. N.G. Bro. Lyon presided over Tuesday’s meeting of the Hand and Heart Lodge. P.G. Bro. P. Thomson reported re the meeting of the Handbook Committee. A letter of recommendation was granted to Bro. M’Nichol. The Per. Sec. reported receiving a letter from P.P.G.M. Bro. Robin who wished to bc‘ remembered to old friends. Dr Fitzgerald was appointed medical officer, th? appointment to be confirmed at first summoned meeting. Arrangements wore made for a fuirmuster in connection with the official visit to Outram. ibe item set down in the handbook was “ Question Box,” by P.G. Bro. -rf! 10 visitors present included V.G. Bro. Stewart (Albion) and Bro. Abbott (Dunedin). . , T I The fortnightly meeting of the Loyal Dunedin Lodge was held on Thursday evening, N.G. Bro. Jas. Shepherd in the chair. There, was a good attendance ol members and visitors. In the corresponddice was a letter front the District Jv\ccutiVe enclosing a cheque for a distressed brother. A letter was received from Bro, Crawford statins that lie had joined the Expeditionary Force. One candidate was proposed, and one accepted by clearance. The routine business being disposed ot, the lodge adjourned to enable the elective officers to carry out their progressive card tournament, and after a very enjoyable game the winner turned up in Warden Bro. D. Smith (Albion), with N.G. Bro. Anderson (Albion) second. Bro.' Robertson gained, the booby prize. The following responded to the second toast:—N.G." Bro. Lyons (Hand and Heart). N.G. Bro. Anderson (Albion), P.G. Bro, Smithson (Cavershnm), N.G. Bro. Longworth (Centenary).

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THE MANCHESTER UNITY, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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THE MANCHESTER UNITY Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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