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LODGE MEETING

The Hope of Dunedin Lodge of Good Templars held their weekly meeting on Friday evening, the P.C.T. presiding in tho absence of the C.T., who had that day met with a serious accident. Tho correspondence read by the L.D. (Bro. Gomissiong) included an interesting statement from tho Grand Secretary on tho position of the Order, a description of the contest for the shield (New Plymouth Lodge at present leading), and the need of increased vigilance in view of the elections to bo held shortly. Reports by the Picnic and Concert Committees were submitted, and they wore empowered to engage the Stuart Street Oddfellows’ Hall for the 27th inst, for its celebration. The officers for the quarter wero elected after some exciting contests, ns follows;—C.T., Bro. C. F. Adams; V.T., Sister Irvine ; secretary, Sister Trembath ; treasurer. Sister Strong ; chaplain, Bro. Phelan ; P.C.T., Bio. Dunlop; M., Bro. Gilchrist; G., Sister Johnston; D.M., Sister Meek;*S.J. W., Sister Dunlop; E.P., Bro. M’Kcovvn. A programme was contributed of songs and recitations by 7 several members, and a good meeting dosed with the usual ceremony.

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LODGE MEETING, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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LODGE MEETING Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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