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At the meeting of the Hand and Heart Lodge on Tuesday, Bro. G. Millar forwarded from Waimato his resignation of tho office of warden, which was accepted with regret, and a letter of thanks for past services was directed to be forwarded to him. Bro. Angcll was elected his successor, and was installed by P.G.s Bros. Sligo and Taylor. A motion of condolence with the relatives of a deceased brother was passed. After tho initiation of a candidate, the hall was cleared for dancing, and N.G. Bro. S. .1. Lvon welcomed the members of Miriam "Rebekah Lodge (1.0.0. F.) and Court Woodland’s Pride (A.0.F.) to a social evening, and dancing was kept up till a late hour to music supplied by P.G. Bro. Cf. R. West. During the supper interval Bra Jacobs contributed a song. Another member of the Milton Lodge, in Bro. A. Pringle, has joined tho Expeditionary Force, and ho carries with him the best wishes of his follow-mem-bers. At the meeting of the lodge last week P.G. Bro. W. Wells took the chair, owing to the absence of N.G. Bro. Powley on holiday leave in the north. There wais very little business to transact, and after degree certificates had been handed to several members the recess was devoted to games. lliere was an excellent attendance of members and visitors at the meeting on Thursday evening of tho Loval Dunedin Lodge, including P.D.G.M. Bro. C. W. Smith fD.EA, N.G. Bro. Longworth (Centenary), N.G. Bro. List (Caversham), and N.G. Bro. C. Anderson, with a full competition muster of officers and members of the Albion Lodge. N.G. Bro, .1. Sbepperd presided, and in welcoming the visitors especially congratulated the Albion members on their excellent showing. 'Hie business included the initiation of a candidate and the nomination of a fresh set of officers for the coming term. Bros. M’Kenzie and Scott (Albion), Long- ] worth (Centenary), Robertson (Dunedin), 1 and others contributed to a musical pri> I gramme. I

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THE MANCHESTER UNITY, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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THE MANCHESTER UNITY Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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