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MASONIC.

The local lodge was en fete last week, the occasion being the annual installation of officers, when Bro. McNeilage was duly installed as Master, for the ensuing year. Yoursi truly did not have the privilege of attending the ceremony, but I understand that it was a great success. W. Bro. Thompson, the G-rand Superintendent, conducted the ceremony, assisted by W. Bros. Smith and Smyth, and several other Grand Bodge office-bearers, with Bro. Trist Searell as organist. The officers for the ensuing year are as under ; W.M.—Bro. J. McNeilage. W. Bro. G. R. George. S.W.—Bro. A. McKenzie. J.W.—Bro. A, McClure. Treasurer —W. Bro. C. H. Lovett, P.M. Secretary—Bro. K. Parker. S.D. — Bro. D. McKenzie. J.D. —Bro. A. McKenzie. I.G.—Bro. J. Walker. Tyler—Bro. S. Gilson. Stewards —Bros. 11. Kingsland and 11. J. King. Assistant Stewards —Bros. A. McQuarrie and W. 11. Johnston. Auditors —Bros. G. A. Whealler, P.M., and T. B. Salmon, P.M. D.C.—Bro. B. A. Cruickshanks P.M. In the evening> a very successful social was held in the Drill Hall, and kept going merrily until the small hours. ?K

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MASONIC., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 25 May 1907

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MASONIC. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 25 May 1907

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