A Dunedin branch of the Hibernians, the Irish Catholic benefit society, was formed in 1873. It required a special dispensation, or authorisation, from the main Australasian branch in Melbourne. This magnificent certificate records that dispensation. It is illustrated with images and symbols from Irish and Catholic traditions.
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