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Kiiuci compelitions have been ihv great s c f <hhcrssion in 1.0.0.3-. n-s ,aur ;• t part fortnight. Tl»- t'•••<• oof-ich**.' i-nipoe were Unity. which me-ns 'A ::!i “i.0.0.F. Hal!, Kcitdniyon, »nd uindan, away on tho hills at P.oiuyn. On • Paiday. November 2. Unity face their Linden aucrd-d i.i t'-iow Lrc:* to eoo their opponents “go under”; out, fortunately for Lind- n, L.in;jr_ rei used to move’ in that particular diroc•Lc.t, but gave an «.->-,unplifkin?on of the . .-.’nation ceremony which e - . cry Ln,d*.-n man present frarudy admitted -*' l ,!•' hard to beat. The jpet. i-: v * • n’; |: o .'Grand Master,. HinU-i {Gi-ftt,’] J sei-eurt-r,'. and Ritchie (I- 1 < Master-■ cou-rt-1 aula led the lodge their effort. On VvLdvicr-dav, liili i 1 ..’., Linden Lodp-' l . v. 1> , w.-rc the wimr >■.- m the- rarrjK".:■ tion iru-f terra, made in- ..itrrr.nt : I roly returned their visit in even irrr;:r numb:.T«, anti '.■.i!;;<v..3cd ... pm-formano which .uado the m-.it ccnfLhy.it ho id their br.-alii and the most sanguine hesitate. _ Both v.v;.t homo on M'edrosdny hoping for the bc-sL yet fearful. At the d'i.o.r:- meeting cn Tliurrdii\ the judge;’ rejv.rt v.-as received, which allotted ’’the palm of victory t:> Unity Lodge by the i:;ut margin of It points. Tbs Taunts .v.vfiidrd were : Unity. Linden. Verbal correctness . ... 146 14.'; Elocution 116 Ho Appearance and effect ... 4-!. 7> lota] 2351 265 i The officers of Unity Lodge in r-an wore N.G. tiro. Bosevear, V.O. Bro. M'Lv.ui, P.G. Pro. Luscornho. Warden Bro. -Sudden. Conductor Pro. He idersoti, Ghatdain Bro. Caiuno- a. B.S.X.G. Bro.’\Vall. R.-S.-S. Pro. .Nit-hoi.-. L.S.S. Bro. Cainerca, J.(J. Bro. Bolton. The contest was conducted tnre ugU-ut with the best of feeling Bro. li'tcnie, IX :p-ee Master, presided at 1 hnrrday’s meeting. Several rnombers applied and received degree. Ti:* judges report o:i the initiation competition was received and discussed. Another item of business which ezeatsd groat interest, and provoked very considerable discussion was tho consideration of remits forwarded by the different districts and lodges for submission to the next meeting of the Grand Lodge soesion in March next. The Social Committee reported on a very successful euchre and dance held at Unity Hall on October 30. and roporbad that they were holding the sw‘ at Linden Ledge Hall, Kcslyri, towards \ the end of ike month. j

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I.O.O.F., Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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I.O.O.F. Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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