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Ivatihoe 1.0d,:e held their half-yearly; m.etin-* in Smith's Hall, Hanover street, on December 14, A.D. Bro. R. Cahill pre-j siding over a good, attendance of members; and * visitors." Correspondence having been dealt with and sick pay passed for j i-avmeiit. the auditors presented the hal-i au'ee.sheet, which showed that the lodge' had made'a good increase in their funds,; notwithstanding a heavy sick pay for the half-vear. The auditors congratulated the trustees on their careful investment of; funds, which showed their continued in-; tercst in their work. Tho election of i Grand Lodge representatives resulted as: follows- I\G.P. Bro. J. Haymes, P.D.P. Brr». A. D. Hunter. P.G.P. Bro. A. H. • Shelton. P.A. Bro. C. E. Davis and! P.D.P. Bro E. S. Moss were elected sub- ; stiUite representatives. The election of, D.P. was' then taken, and the ballot; papers were then sent to the Board o! ; Manacement. for adjudication. The Grand | President and members of the Grand; Lodge Executive attended officially, and j received a heart v welcome. D.P. Pro. BeaWev /No. 1 District) and D.P. Hro. Stewar' .No. 2 District) also attended olhcialh. and installed the lodge officers int.. their respective positions. Tho usual local toasts were honored, and responded' b> bv G.P. Bro. Alexander and (i V P Bro. Crawford, on behalf of the Grand' Lodge. The following visitors were present and made welcome :—D.I . Bro Reid P.A. Bros. M'Donald and Paul, and'Bro. King (Lily of the Valley,, P.DP, j Bro. M-Beath' (Enterprise!. A.D. Bro. Hill i , Linden). P. A. Rro. A. '.rant and Bros. , Giant and Churchill -West Harnor'. lhei Timam Lodge, Canterbury, sent traternal | gieetings. , The Boval Oak Lodge met, on Monday j night. A.D. Bro. J. Wilson presiding over j a good attendance of members. J lie fca-j tine of the evening was a presentation to, P.A. Bro. W. H. Saunders. P.D.P. Bro. | Osmond was .ailed upon to make the , presentation. Bro. Saunders briefly re- | sponded. and thanked the lodge for the j presentation.

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U.A.O.D., Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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U.A.O.D. Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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