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The Rescue Lodge, 1.0. G.T., held their weekly 7 meeting in the lodge room, Kensington, when C.T. Bro. J. Hilton presided over a good attendance of members and visitors. An invitation was received from tho Lily of the Valley Lodge to a pound night. It was accepted, and it was resolved to go officially. Tito report of tho church parade was adopted. Tho item for the evening was harmony and games, and a good programme was gone through. Amongst tho visitors was Bro. Wilkinson, of Wanganui. Ho spoke a few words to the members. The lodge also expressed a vote of sympathy and condolence to a sister who had suffered a recent bereavement. Tho vote of thanks to the visitors was responded to by Bro. Morrison (Lily of tho Valley) and Bro. Phelan (Hope of Dunedin).

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LODGE MEETING, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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LODGE MEETING Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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