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The Hope df Dunedin Ledge of Good Templars held their weekly meeting on Friday evening, the C.T. presiding over a good attendance of members ana also a largo number from the Rescue Lodge, who hud boon invited to provide the programme. Their C.T. (Bro. Hilton) was invited to preside, and. did so in hia usual pleasant style. Christmas greetings were received from Pioneer and Rescue Lodges and Christchurch brethren. Arrangements wore completed for the Christmas party. One member was welcomed back into active membership. An excellent programme was rendered by the members of the Rescue Lodge, Sister Richards presiding at tho piano. Votes to the visitors closed a pleasant meeting. A special meeting of the South Otago District Lodge was held at the 1.0.0. F. Hall, Albanj’ street, on Friday. Tho District Deputy Grand Master (Bro. T. E. Rosovear) presided, and explained that a special meeting had been summoned owing to tho fact that several very important matters .in connection with the work of the Order in Dunedin called for consideration, notably tho handbook, picnic, and ritual competitions. The question of reissuing the handbook in 1915 was first considered, and after discussion it was decided that the handbook should be continued, and Bros. Rosevear, Johnson, and Wilkinson were appointed ns a committee to see it through. It was also decided to hold a picnic in 1915, and to again invite tho co-operation of the Good Templars. In regard to the initiation competitions it was resolved to continue on similar lines as heretofore, and a strong committee wrfs elected to arrange details.

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LODGE MEETING, Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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LODGE MEETING Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914