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FAMOUS FREEMASONS
Beginning centuries ago,
stonemasons built the cathedrals,
the castles and the monuments that have
remained the pride and joy of countless
millions of people throughout the world.
Wikipedia (2016)
Freemasonry is one of the oldest
and largest fraternal societies. It
provides a way of living in today's society
based on moral and ethical standards.
UGLE (2016)
Over the last 30 odd years
freemasons in New Zealand have
donated over $4 million toward the
tertiary education of outstanding young
New Zealanders. This makes Freemasons
New Zealand one of the largest private
providers of tertiary scholarships.
Charity Administrator, Sheila Hicking (2015)
We have again gone out to the
Lodge Almoners with this year's
Widow's Gift. We distributed just under
3,500 gifts, encouraging the Almoners to
treat it as a "gift for no reason".
Freemasons Charity (2016)
New Zealand has enjoyed a rich history of famous freemasons - you may be surprised who is on the list...
William Mason
William Shilling
David William Mace
William Rolleston
Charles Heaphy, VC
Sir Arthur Porritt
John A Banks
George Frederic Allen
Harry Dillon
Joseph Gordon Banks
John Ballance
Harry Atkinson
Sir Isaac Earl Featherston
Sir Charles Fergusson
Sir Keith Holyoake
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1 December, 2016
Galileo's Theory Proven
One of Galileo's many theories is that the relative mass of an object does not dictate its speed of fall - so in a theory, if there is no air resistance, a feather will fall at the same rate as a bowling ball. Click on the picture above to view the video
New Zealand Craftsman from December 1966
This edition from December, 1966 has an interesting article on the "Future of the Craft" and a tribute to Robbie Burns. You'll recognise some of the names in here!
This is a particularly poignant edition of the New Zealand Craftsman (from December 1916). New Zealand was at war - which had a profound impact on our outlook.
New Zealand Craftsman from December 1916
The Freemasons Toolbox
In this latest series from Warwick Bell, Pillar Head of the Membership Committee. This month we feature "Enhancing Fellowship in Your Lodge" including 25 tips to help get it right. Click on the toolbox above.
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