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LODGE CONCERT

Tho concert held ou Friday night in the Stuart Street Oddfellows’ IJall by tho Hope t>l Dunedin Lodge, X 0.G.T., was a most enjoyable function. The chair was occupied by the Chief Templar (Bro. C. Adams). Miss Pahuer opened with a piano selection, and ■also rendered two songs and acted as accompanist. Two recitations were given by Miss Marcngarh. Mr Alf. Hudson gavo four of his comic numbers, including'‘Tipperary,’ Miss Keates danced soma Spanish dances, and Mias Jean Itiddoll the Highland fling and tho swprd dance. Miss .Flynn sang, and Master Wilson recited. Miss and Mrs Langley each gave two songs, and Master Bpidcll recited. Miss Gladys Prfnlop contributed » song, and Miss Keates a piano selection. The Chairman made an appeal to everyone to join eomo of tho lodges in Dunedin, and commended tho work of tho Order as being worthy of support, being for the uplifting of humanity.

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LODGE CONCERT, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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LODGE CONCERT Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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