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A.D. Bio. Cl Swann pro&idcd over the last meeting o£ the Linden Lodge, ami there was a good attendance of visitors and members. 'lhe lodge mot early to transact business, and then adjourned in order to hold the last basket social of this war. A good many lady friends ro sponged to the invitation, and other lodges were well represented. Mr J. Wise presided at the piano, and several itnns contributed. Dancing and cards filled up a very enjoyable evening. The fortnightly meeting of the Enterprise Lodge was veil attended, and presided over by Bro. Jones. An invitation was received from Unity Lodge to pay them a visit, winch was agreed to. It was also resolved to visit Ail Nations Lodge on the night of the presentation 01 t it-., efficiency shie’d. The judges' report on the efficiency competition was received, and a vote of thanks was passed to them for their services. Bro. Steel ieportod on recent U.F.S. Dispensary meeting, and received a vote of thunks. The Bay Lodge held their usual meeting in the Druids’ Hall on Tuesday evening, A.II. Bro. S. Anderson presiding over u fair attendance of members and visitors. A visit 'van received from the Enterprise Lodge. The routine business was soon disposed of. 'lhe invitation from the All Nations Lodge was accepted, and several officers and members have promised to attend. The following visitors were present: .—D.P. Bro. Stewart, P.D.P. Bro. Alexander, AD. Bro. Jones, P.A. Bro. D M‘Donald (from Enterprise Lodge) P.G.P. Bro. Bryant (Otago), and Bro. (Linden).

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U.A.O.D., Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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U.A.O.D. Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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