1909 Old Dunolly Hotel de-licenced, owner Albert Brown given 85 pounds compensation, licensee Bridget brown 25 pounds.
1915 - The Rev. H. M. R. Rupp, assistant secretary for Australian Board of Missions, will be the preacher on Sunday next at Eddington at 11 a.m., Betley at 3 p.m., and Dunolly at 7 p.m.. On Monday he will lecture in St. John's school hall on Melanesia, New Guinea, and Mitchell River Missions, at 8 p.m. There will be lantern pictures of places of interest. The collection will be for missions. There will be no sermon on Sunday morning at Dunolly.
1915 - SHEEP IN MOLIAGUL CEMETERY.
[to THE EDITOR of THE ' EXPRESS.']
Sir, Permit me through your column to call the immediate attention of the trustees of tbe Moliagul Cemetery and the public of Moliagul, and others whose
friends and relatives bodies are resting there, to what is stated. I understand
that a sheep-owner of Moliagul has actually put his sheep in the cemetery to graze, which I think is a scandalous shame, to allow sheep to go over the graves, eating and destroying the various plants and flowers. What are the trustees and sexton about in not looking into the circumstances of this shameful act?
Thanking you for space. — Yours &c