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LODGE MEETING

Tho usual meeting of the South Otago District Dodge, 1.0.0. F., was held in the Albany Street Hall on Thursday evening. In spite of tho election excitement a good miis.er of members put in an appearance. Tim D.D.G..M. Bro. Rosevear was present. Degree Master Bro. L. D. Ritchie pren.iad, and conferred degrees op, several applicant a. Ae, owing to the elections, most of those present were anxious for a*i early adjournment, it was decided to defer further business. The District Deputy Grand Master (Bro. Rosevear) referred to the naval victory which had been announced during the jay, and suggested concluding the proceedings by, the singing of the National Asithwv which was done.

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LODGE MEETING, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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LODGE MEETING Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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