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LODGE MEETING

' The Rescue U>'he. r.0.G.T., h«?!(J their '• , weekly meeting in Hi* lvom, Or] |- ' fellows' Hall. Kensington, Uro. J. Hilton. C.T., presiding The- reports nf the different officers were read and adopted Ona candidate was initiated. A deputation from *. Uh« 1.0. R. waa itceived to arrange a 1 church parade with the Gcod Templars. > The members of tho Order received them • most heartily, and took a keen interest in the matter." A committee wins also ap- * pointed to co-operate with the other J : lodges. The installation of officers was y gone through successfully. Th© report of a the initiation competition, held recently, A was adopted. The lodge decided to mako f | another attempt. A Iwnrty vote of thanlts j was accorded to tho installing marshals {and visitors.

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LODGE MEETING, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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LODGE MEETING Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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