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rUNEHAl NOTICES

DISTRICT GRAND CHAPTER OF ROYAL ARCH FREEMASONS

OF ENGLAND.

H. COURTENAY LUCK, DISTRICT GRAND SECOND

PRINCIPAL.

The District Grand Second Principal announces with great

sorrow the death of

THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE HONOURABLE (SIR

AUGUSTUS CHARLES GREGORY, K.C.M.G., Etc.

Grand Superintendent of Queensland.

The Funeral will leave the Masonic Hall, Alice-street, at 2.30

p.m. THIS DAY (Thursday).

Arch Regalia and E. B. KELLAWAY,

Black Rosettes. District Grand Scribe E.

DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF FREEMASONS OF ENGLAND.

A. J. STEPHENSON, Esq., DEPUTY DISTRICT GRAND

MASTER.

The Deputy District Grand Master announces with great

sorrow the death of

. THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE HONOURABLE SIR 1 AUGUSTUS CHARLES GREGORY, K.C.M.G., Etc.

District Grand Master of Queensland.

The Funeral will leave the Masonic Hall, Alice-street, at 2.30

p.m. THIS DAY (Thursday).

Masonic Regalia and H. COURTENAY LUCK,

Black Rosettes. District Grand Secretary.

DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF SCOTTISH FREEMASONS

QUEENSLAND.

The RIGHT WORSHIPFUL the GRAND MASTER In announc

Ing with the greatest grief the demise of the

RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE HON. SIR AUGUSTUS CHARLES

GREGORY, K.C.M.G.,

District Grand Master of English Freemasons,

Requests the attendance of Members of the District Grand and daughter Lodges,at the FUNERAL from the Masonic Hall, Alice street, at 2 p.m. THIS DAY (Thursday). Officers of the D.G. Lodqe . are requested to appear at the Chambers, 183 George-street at

1.30 p.m.

JAMES W. ASHTON,

District Grand Secretary.

THE GRAND LODGE OF ANTIENT FREE AND ACCEPTED

MASONS OF QUEENSLAND.

The MOST WORSHIPFUL the GRAND MASTER (G. S. Hut ton, Eeq,) announces with the deepest sorrow the death of the Right Worshipful the HONOURABLE SIR AUGUSTUS CHARLES GREGORY, K.C.M.G., District Grand Master in Queensland of the

English Constitution.

Officers and Members of Grand Lodge are hereby summoned to attend the FUNERAL, to leave the Masonic Hall, Alice-street. at 2.30 p.m. THIS DAY (Thursday). '

ALL LODGES are instructed to WEAR MOURNING for three months In memory of our highly-beloved departed Brother.

By command, CHAS. H. HARLEY,

._ , . Grand Secretary. Masonic Hall, Brisbane, 26th June, 1905.

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