100 Years Ago - August 14th 1920
August 14th 1920
TENDERS FOR PASTURAGE.– Tenders called in this issue of occupation permits for pasturage over an area within Mogo State Forest.
R.S.S.I.L.A.:- Mr. S. Fitzpatrick advertises in our business column that a meeting will take place this afternoon for the purpose of forming a Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League.
PARK GRAZING RIGHT.– Intending purchasers please make a note that the sale of grazing right for 12 months of Moruya Park at the “Examiner” office on Saturday, 21st inst. at 12 o’clock sharp.
SERVICE STATION.– Special attention is drawn to Mr. H. J. Bate’s change of advertisement in this issue. Tilba’s most progressive citizen, who is sole distributor of Ford Cars in the Eurobodalla Shire, has secured the services of the well known Mechanic Mr. Fred Thomsen, to establish a Ford Service station at Narooma. These Service stations are a privilege Ford owners enjoy.
SAWMILLERS’ SHIPPING CO.—A company has been formed at Narooma and registered as the Sawmillers’ Shipping Co. for the purpose of building a Steamer specially for the timber trade, the building being under the direction of Capt. R. J. Lucey, who is a competent shipwright as well as being one of the most capable and popular coastal skippers. The first directors are Messrs. A. Croll, Sawmiller, Bungwahl, Port Stephens, M. Ryan, Sawmiller, Bateman’s Bay, and C. Mitchell Sawmiller, Narooma. The dimensions of the proposed vessel are 144 ft. long, 31 ft. beam and 8 ft. 6 ins. moulded depth. The keel and bottom planking will be of North Coast Turpentine, supplied by A. Scroll and Sons, Bungwahl, the timbers, crooks and knees being procured locally, as well as the spotted gum for planking decking etc. which will be supplied by Mitchell Bros. The builder has already made a start with operations on the site adjacent to Mitchell Bros. Sawmill at Narooma. The time of completion of hull is estimated at about 15 months, provided suitable labor can be obtained. Our worthy citizens are deserving of, the highest commendation for their pluck and enterprise, more especially at the present time when material, particularly machinery, is so costly, although, as Mr Mitchell says, the labor problem is the most difficult they have to combat.
Above: Building of KIANGA a cargo ship 1920-21 Narooma
DEDICATION.– The Rev. J.B. Fulton is in receipt of a letter from His Excellency the Governor, Sir Walter Davidson, thanking him for his poem on Nerrigundah, which appeared in our last issue, and which the Governor has read with much pleasure. His Excellency says he will be happy for it to be dedicated to him.
DEBATING SOCIETY. A debate on “Should Bachelors be taxed,” will take place on Tuesday, 24th instant at 8 p.m. in Shire Hall. All those interested are kindly requested to attend. C. Carter Hon. Sec. pro. tem.
The sun is gone, my darling one,
The gentle night has come;
The mother sings her lullaby -
No danger threatens you, sweet one,
You’re tucked in quite secure;
And on the nursery mantelpiece
Is Wood’s Great Peppermint Cure.
WANTED A capable girl, or one who is willing to be taught. Apply Mrs. Fox. Bank of N.S.W.