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Perkembangan Mereka Di asia Tenggara (1765 – 2007)

1765 Lodge No. 1 Bencoolen warranted.
1772 10 February, Marlborough Lodge warranted.
1786 Founding of Penang.
1791 Marlborough Lodge renamed “Rising Sun”.
1793 John Macdonald (son of Flora Macdonald the Jacobite heroine) first Provincial Grand Master.
1796 Humanity & Industry Fort Marlborough warranted.
1809 6 September, Lodge Neptune, Penang warranted.
1810 First meeting of Lodge Neptune, Penang.
1811 Last meeting of Lodge Neptune, Penang.
1812 Stamford Raffles initiated Lodge Virtutis et Artis Amici, Java.
1813 Lodge No. 1 Bencoolen erased. – Humanity and Industry Fort Marlborough erased. – 5 July, Stamford Raffles raised Lodge de Vriendschap Soerabaya.
1816 25 April, Stamford Raffles perfected Chapter La Vertueuse Batavia.
1819 Lodge Neptune, Penang erased. – 28 January, Stamford Raffles arrived off Singapore. – 6 February, Founding of Singapore.
1822 Lodge Humanity with Courage warranted in Penang.
1824 Bencoolen handed over to the Dutch by Treaty.
1825 Lodge Neptune, Penang revived.
1826 Humanity merged with Neptune.
1845 26 February, Lodge Zetland No. 748, Singapore warranted. – 8 December, First meeting of Lodge Zetland No. 748. – 15 December, 1st initiate W. J. Napier. – 15 December, 2nd initiate W. H. Read
1846 Lodge Zetland renamed “Lodge Zetland in the East”. – Lodge Neptune Penang dormant
1848 Bro. James Brooke (Rajah) visited Lodge Zetland in the East.
1849 Sir James Brooke joined Lodge Zetland in the East. 25 Aug, Hon. Capt. H. Keppel (Adm) initiated in Lodge Zetland in the East.
1850 24 May, W. M. of Zetland M. F. Davidson laid the foundation stone of Horsburgh Light House at the request of the Gov. of the Colony. 3 August, Lodge Neptune Penang rewarranted.
1854 24 May, Acting W. M. of Zetland W. H. Read laid foundation stone of Raffles Lighthouse at the Governor’s request.
1856 Masonic Hall Esplanade, Singapore, opened.
1858 3 April, Lodge Fidelity, Singapore, warranted. 5 Aug. Lodge Fidelity, Singapore, consecrated. 4 Dec, District Grand Lodge constituted. 4 Dec. W. H. Read installed as DGM
1862 4 Jun, Lodge Neptune Penang and Sun Lodge erased.
1863 Lodge Zetland in the East No. 748 renumbered “Lodge Zetland in the East No. 508”.
1867 Fidelity united with Lodge Zetland in the East. – 24 June, Lodge St. George No. 1152 consecrated
1871 10 March, Masonic Hall, Kampong Glam, consecrated.
1873 29 March, Clyde Terrace Market Corner Stone laid with Masonic honours.
1875 4 December, Royal Prince of Wales Lodge No. 1555 consecrated. 1878 – 27 December, First Masonic Temple built and consecrated in Penang.
1879 14 April, Foundation stone of Masonic Hall, Coleman Street laid. – 27 December, Freemasons’ Hall, Coleman Street consecrated.
1885 13 August, Lodge Elupoa, North Borneo warranted. – 28 December, Colonel Samuel Dunlop installed as D.G.M.
1888 2 January, Elupora No. 2106 never constituted. Erased. – 14 April, Perak Jubilee Lodge No. 2225 consecrated. – 2 July, Masonic Club, Singapore inaugurated.
1889 21 October, Read Lodge, Kuala Lumpur consecrated. – November, Dunlop Masonic Benevolent Society inaugurated. – 28 November, Lodge Shadwell Clerke, Penang warranted.
1890 2 May, Shadwell Clerke No. 2336 consecrated. – 3 October, District Grand Lodge elected to membership of Q.C.C.C.
1891 1 May, Borneo Lodge of Harmony No. 2403 warranted. – 13 August, Sir Charles Warren G.C.M.G. installed as D.G.M.
1893 3 March, Borneo Lodge No. 2403 constituted. – 6 November, Foundation stone of Masonic Building in Kuala Lumpur laid.
1894 15 October, Read Masonic Temple, K.L. consecrated.
1895 Bro. Pavitt installed W.M. of Harmony in Lodge St. George, Singapore. – 13 June, Sir Charles Mitchell installed as D.G.M.
1896 Bro. Raffles Flint (nephew of Sir Stamford Raffles) installed as W.M. of Borneo Lodge of Harmony,Lodge Zetland in the East.
1899 19 May, Shadwell Clerke warrant returned. – 19 May, Borneo Lodge of Harmony No. 2403 erased. – 7 December, Sir Charles Mitchell D.G.M. died in Singapore.
1902 30 January, Zetland held special meeting to welcome Bro. Admiral Sir. H. Keppel. – 29 September, Lodge St. Michael No. 2933 consecrated.
1903 20 February, W.J. Napierinstalled as D.G.M. – 16 July, Eastern Gate Lodge No. 2970 consecrated
1906 17 May, Founding of Scottish Freemasonry – Scotia No. 1003. 21 August, District Grand Chapter constituted.
1907 16 April, Kinta Lodge No. 3212, Ipoh, consecrated
1909 10 May, Death of W.H. Read C.M.G., P.D.G.M. – 20 May, Jubilee of District Grand Lodge. – 24 June, First issue of Pentagram published. – 9 October, Klang Lodge No. 3369, K.L. consecrated.
1910 25 February, F.M. Elliot installed as D.G.M. – 4 March, Napier Lodge No. 3418 consecrated.
1912 6 Jan. Negri Sembilan Lodge No. 3552, Seramban & 7 Dec. Lodge Elliot No. 3557, Malacca, both consecrated.
1913 6 September, Makepeace Lodge No. 3674, K.L. consecrated.
1914 1 August, commencement of First World War.
1915 15 February, Mutiny of Indian Troops in Singapore. Murder of District Grand Secretary.
1916 20 October, District Grand Lodge of the Middle East, Scottish.
1918. 2 August, Lodge Kedah No. 3830 Sungai Petani consecrated. – 11 November, Cessation of First World War (Armistice Day)
1919 26 July, Johore Royal Lodge No. 3946 consecrated.
1920 28 May, W.F. Nutt installed as D.G.M.
1922 17 December, Foundation stone of Seramban Masonic Temple laid by D.G.M.
1923 9 January,Foundation stone of Teluk Anson Masonic Temple laid. 31 March, Sir Neil Malcolm installed as D.G.M.
1924 8 November, P.G. Sprule installed as D.G.M.
1929 15 November, Consecration of Penang Masonic Temple by D.G.M. – 14 December, Foundation stone of Johore Royal Temple laid by D.G.M.
1931 10 Oct. Foundation stone of Tiger Lane Temple, Ipoh laid by D.G.M.
1932 6 February, Johore Utara Lodge No. 5324 consecrated.
1933 25 March, Sir George Trimmer installed as D.G.M.
1938 28 May, W.H.W Gubbins installed as D.G.M.
1939 3 September, Second World War commenced.
1941 Last pre-war Pentagram published (Vol. XXXI).
1942 12 February, Last Masonic meeting held by Lodge Zetland in the East. – 15 February, Fall of Singapore.
1945 15 August, End of Second World War. – 12 September, Formal surrender of Japanese troops in Singapore. – 15 September, First Masonic meeting held in Singapore after the Second World War by Lodge St. Michael. – December, Centenary of Lodge Zetland in the East.
1947 25 January, Baldwyn Lowick installed as D.G.M. – First post war Pentagram published (War Years’ Edition Vol. XXXII).
1948 29 May, Read Temple re-dedicated.
1951 26 January, Lodge Kinabalu No. 7047, K.K., consecrated. – 17 March, Baldwyn Lowick Lodge No. 7004, K.L. consecrated.
1952 28 June, Lodge Singapore No. 7178, consecrated.
1954 5 June, Founding of Irish Freemasonry in South East Asia – St. Patrick No. 765. – 25 Sep. E.G. Holiday installed as D.G.M.
1956 2 May, Stamford Raffles Lodge No. 7444 consecrated.
1957 8 August, Horsburgh Lodge No. 7533 consecrated. – 2 November, Elupora Lodge No. 7545, Sandakan, consecrated.
1958 7 December, Centenary of the District Grand Lodge.
1959 27 May, Centenary Lodge No. 7629 consecrated.
1960 20 February, Sentosa Lodge No. 7661, K.L., consecrated.
1963 31 August, Malaysia declared independence.
1964 31 October, Beaufort Lodge No. 7989, K.K., consecrated. – 28 November, Edward Holiday Lodge No. 7997, K.L., consecrated.
1965 9 August, Republic of Singapore formed.
1966 15 January, Leslie Rayner installed as D.G.M.
1967 1 July, Mustapa bin Osman installed as D.G.M.
1973 – 10 February, Fidelity Lodge No. 8469, K.L., consecrated.
1974 16 February, Berakas Lodge No. 8560, B.S.B., consecrated. – 9 November, J.W.Y. Eu installed as D.G.M.
1978 14 December, Read Temple, Damansara Road evacuated because of city development.
1994 9 November, J.W.Y. Eu’s 20th Anniversary as D.G.M. – 3 December, Launch of J.W.Y. Eu Foundation. – 5 December, J.W.Y. Eu Lodge No. 9572 consecrated.
1995 8 March, Berakas Lodge No. 8560 erased. – 8 December, Sesquicentenary celebration held.
1997 9 August, Consecration of Labuan Lodge No. 9652 in Labuan.
2000 14 April, Consecration of Table Lodge No. 9717 in Tawau, East Malaysia.
2001 15 September, Consecration of Chula Lodge No. 9745 in Bangkok, Thailand
2003 31 May, Datuk Dr. Yeoh Poh Hong installed as D.G.M. – 31 May, Consecration – Sri Damai Lodge No 9768
2004 24 May, new temple in Kota Kinabalu dedicated by the M. W. Pro Grand Master, the Marquess of Northampton.
2004 July, Consecration of Lodge Light of Siam No. 9791 in Phuket, Thailand.
2006 10 June, Consecration Makepeace Chapter No. 3674 in Kuala Lumpur.
2006 2 December, Centenary Celebration of District Grand Chapter in Ipoh, Malaysia.
2007 4 June, Consecration of Sentosa Chapter No. 7661 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Lodge Numbers, Names and Locations

1003 Scotia Penang
1072 St John Bangkok
1118 EN-GB”
Tullibardine-in-the-East KL
1172 Ailsa Singapore
1437 St Andrew Singapore
1452 Sarawak Kuching
1529 Angus Ipoh
1545 Sri Aman KL
1589 Royal Pahang Kuantan
1606 Kilwinning in the East KL
1632 Lane Xang Bangkok
1803 Pattaya West Winds Pattaya
1821 Mulu Kuching
1823 Si-Rusa Port Dickson
1825 Mount Faber Singapore
1826 Lodge Api-Api Kota Kinabalu

 

References for the misguided influences of Afghani, Abdu and al’Bana:

  • Algar, Hamid. “An Introduction to the History of Freemasonry in Iran.” Middle Eastern Studies 6 (1970)
  • Hanioğlu, M. Sükrü. “Notes on the Young Turks and Freemasons, 1875 – 1908.” Middle Eastern Studies 25 (1989)
  • Kedourie, Elie. “Young Turks, Freemasons, and Jews.” Middle Eastern Studies 7 (19710; Afghani and Abdu, Eli Kedourie, University of London
  • Landau, Jacob M. “Prolegomena to a Study of Secret Societies in Modern Egypt.” Middle Eastern Studies 1 (1964)
  • Sayyid Jamal ad-Din Al-Afghani, N.R. Keddie, Berkeley, Ca., 1972
  • Pioneers of Islamic Revival, Ali Rahnema, London, 1994
  • Modern Egypt, Evelyn Baring, vols. I & II, London, 1908 (British Library)
  • Arabs and Young Turks, Ottomanism, Arabism and Islamism in the Ottoman Empire 1908-1918, Hasan Kayali, Berkely, Ca., 1997
  • Pilgrimage of Passion- The Life of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, Elizabeth Longford, London, 1979
  • The Return of the Khalifate, Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi, Cape Town, South Africa, 1996
  • Technique of the Coup de Bank, Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 2000 info@madinahmedia.com
  • Osmanli History – 1289-1922, Mehmet Maksudoglu, International Islamic University Malaysia, 1999
  • Now It Is Clear, Shaykh Dr. Abdalqadir as-Sufi, internet: http://www.murabitun.org 12/2001
  • The Oldham Intifada, Shaykh Dr. Abdalqadir as-Sufi, internet: http://www.murabitun.org 6/2001
  • The Esoteric Deviation In Islam, Umar Ibrahim Vadillo, 062030569X, Madina Press, 2003