The war and Lodge

Freemason Fiji member Sitiveni Yaqona (second from right) highlights their school assistance fi veyear plan during a press conference at the Lodge in Suva. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA

IN our final series on the establishment of Freemasonry in Fiji, we look at how the Lodge was in wartime. According to a book titled “The Lodge of Fiji” 1882-1982, written by Leonard G Usher, World War I had little direct effect on Fiji, but the martial spirit it engendered in members of the Lodge […]

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