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John Hunter's column: Freemasons to open up their secrets.

FREEMASONS north and south are holding open days at their various premises this month to commemorate the 275th anniversary of the organisation.

Members will be telling all (well, some of it) about the interesting practices of the Masons, which, they insist, is not a secret society, but a society with secrets.

Unfortunately, not in attendance at the Freemasons' headquarters at Molesworth Street, Dublin to talk turkey will be the late John Furze.

The Cayman banker and Freemason held the key to the Ansbacher deposits which defrauded Ireland's tax authorities out of millions for almost two decades.
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Title Annotation:Features
Author:Hunter, John
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 11, 2000
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