| Jhe fojtmglitly meeting of Uhrs(jp ] Lodge, J.U.0.F., was held in the lodgfc room. Kensington, on Monday, N.G. Bro t I'. K. Kosov ear presiding over a well., attended meeting. The Grand Lodge, r* presented by PT3. Sire Bro. Wml Baii (Acting P.D.G.M.), G. T'roas. Bro. J. H. Hinton (Acting D.D.G. War.), P.G. Bkk Duncan (Acting D.D.G. Chap.), P.G. Bro. \V, Smith, (Acting D.D.G. Mar-), and (N.G. Bro. Uickmiitn. (Acting D.D.G. ■ Guard; were present, and installed the following officers t-o their respective chairst —J.P.G., Bro. '!'. E. Rosevear; N.G., Bro. E. L. M'Loan ; Vice-Grand, Bro. f. A. Bolton ; secretary, P.G. Bro. W. Homan (re-elected): treasurer, P.G. Bro. H. Luiscombe (ie-elected) ; warden. Bro. D. fa-mo-ron ; conductor, Bro. A. Sudden ; chaplain,, P.G. Bro. W. Campbell j 8.5. N.G., P.G. Bro. F. R. Brooks; L.S.X.G., Bro. J. Shore; K.S.V.G., Bro. White; L.S.V.G., Bro. Blair; iI.S.S., Bro. H. E. Bennett.; L.S S., Bro. Peterson; LG., Bro. I'. Bell. P.G. S;re Bro. Hold addressed the newly-appointed officers and wished them a. prosperous term of office. P.G. Bro. 11. L-nscombe was then presented with a Past Grand's jewel in recognition of the valuable serve vs rendered by him to the lodge for the past. 20 yeans. Bro. Reid, in ; making the presentation. referred to the | iirother’s long and active interest in his i ledge and his keen ess in the initiatory ! work of the Order. Bro. Luscombe, in no i ccpiing the gift thanked the lodge for the ! manner in which, they had acknowledged tin- services he had rendered. G.T. Bro. Hinton reported the result- of the. election of G.L.B.s, Bios, hrnith, Ritchie-, and Perkins being returned. The toast ot the visitors -was .responded to by Y.G. Bro. Hickman and P.G. Bro. Demean.
Court Enterprise, A.0.F., held they fortnightly meeting in the Hall, Rattray street, last evening, G.R, Bro. V\ , Hnnmel presiding. There was : fair attendance of members and sever aj visiting brothers. The valuation report fot the (juiiioncniiiuin ending 1912 was received, It showed the court had made substantial progress during the period, tha membership having uicreafled by 44. Tha valuation showed a surplus of £1.634, mainly amounted tor by the small a.mmmt of sick joy claimed, the low death rate, aiid the good rale cd interest; earned by tlie I'uixls. A donation was granted m the Forrcstcrino in North Holland to assist the brothers who have left Belgium mi account of the war The resignation of t-h-t J..8. was accepted. Bro. R. Watson electfd to 111! this position. P.G.R. Bro. W. G. Jolly presented I.P.G.R. Bro. F. A. Austin with a- P.G'.B. neck ribbon and a f tamed find glased certificate, and spoke in high pr.ii.v of ihc manner in which this hroilim laid tilled the position of G.R. The toast of the visitors, v.ms given by the- C'.H. and responded to by D.C.R-. Bios, Kay and Taylor, on behalf of Court Pride of Dunedin.
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LODGE MEETINGS, Evening Star, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915
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