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DILLYDALLYING POLITICIANS." At the annual meeting of the Caledonian Order of United Oddfellows at Dundee on Saturday, Mr. James Mitchell, the Grand President, referring to the q uestiou of old age pensions, said that nothing had transpired to indicate that the question was nearer settlement. He wa* of opinion that the settlement lay with the friendly societies. Mr. George Moir, President-elect, said the question would have been taken up more seriously by the friendly societies had it not been for dilly dallyiug" politicians. But they had seen by the declaratian of the man who was greatly responsible for it that he never intended to do anything.