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Orient Lodge Hall was built on Part Section 862. The Orient Lodge of the International Order of Odd Fellows has been operating in Palmerston North since c1885. This building served as their meeting hall until the late 1990s. Meetings were also held there by Court Hinemoa, Hineroa Lodge, Royal Elizabeth Hall of Bisons, Oroua Lodge of Druids and the Acorn Lodge No.92 of Druids. Standing outside the building is Mr. Frank Rose. The building was later sold to the Van Ufflen Gallery and used for storage until being renovated by the van Ufflen family as a restaurant and bar, The Gallery, which opened c 2006.

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Orient Lodge Hall, 412-414 Church Street
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PNCC 59
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Palmerston North
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June 21, 1998

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