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Foresters.

The local Court Star A.0.F., had a pleasant evening at their last meeting (quarter night), which was presided over by the Chief Ranger, Bro. C. W. Pat on. Two new candidates in attendance were initiated into the mysteries of Forestry. The officers carried out their respective parts in an impressive manner. The Woodwards reported on the state of the sick upon the list. A -deputation from the United Frieirdly Societies’ Hall Committee was received. After the individual members of the deputation had addressed the Court, the C.R., Bro. Baton, thanked them for their attendance and the information which they had imparted on behalf of tire Court, and promised them, an answer in a month. Bro. Smith, on behalf of the deputation, thanked the members far the attentive hearing which had been accorded them, After' the Deputation had withdrawn, the C.R. read a . paper which he had prepared on the Widow’s’ and Orphans’ Fund. It was decided to hold over the. discussion till some future date. After the meeting was closed, the cribbage tournament in which the members have evinced considerable interest, was concluded. Bro. Parker annexed first honours, winning the silver-mounted pipe, presented by Bro. Graham. Bro. Henderson giaincd second place, and wins the woollen rug, donated by Bro. King. Next evening the members engage in a contest, with the Shamrock, Rose a nd Thistle Lodge at euchre.

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Foresters., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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Foresters. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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