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THE MANCHESTER UNITY

The.summoned meeting of the. Lov a l Dal- I ton Bodge was presided over bv NT). Bio. O. Bain, and the allendance" was good. ' One candidate w.-;s initiated. Votes of sympathy were pass-d with Bro. W."lieu- j dersononthn death of his mother and with j Bro. das. Smith on the death of hi.s wife P.P.C.M. Bro. 0. .1. Wood and I'.t-i. .Bro. \\ . Haiti were appointed dcle-c.dcis lo con- [ lei- with the other Orders with the idea of holding a combined friendly ,-ocieties' picnic. The repoit of tbe jr'u.-wv...- and j the Hall Committee on the hall property '. was presented and discussed, and liirn re- i fr-ired back to the trustees lo confer will; \ the district < -.-ccutive on (he matter. Era- j tonal greetings were received from :1m • Otago District. Southland Dbtrict. and i sister lodges. The election and install;-,: ion | of officers was deferred till me-'in" i P.O.M. Bin. W. Palmer and P. 0O M i Bro. 0. W. Smith installed the following I set of officers at the nvetinn n f the l.oya'l : C.-.vers.hr.m Lodge :—G.M and K.M Ibo bisl ; N'.O.. Bro. Sinithson ; V.O ' UnHey; E.S.. Bro. Thompson: warden, ibo! Oreer : guardian. Bro. Stevenson; , ondir - tor. P.O. Ibo. Swinncy : .Mippnrte!-.- Bro-. Brooks, Swinney, Odder, and Bond. Tlie Arbitration Committee were ro-o!relod. : Bro. List, bd'oie vacating the principal ■ chair, thanked his ollicers for the suppo-; given hiin dining his term of nflh-o. 'ami : wished his feliow-memhcrs another year of - progiess. - !

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THE MANCHESTER UNITY, Evening Star, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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THE MANCHESTER UNITY Evening Star, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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