leading advocate in his to«']1
of street rail\N-ays, electric
light, water works, new factories, etc.,
and is usually successful bringing about
all the reforms and enterprises he ad-
vocates. He was town councillor for
some years. In religion he is a staunch
AIetliodist, and in politics an active
Conservative, but ever independent in
the advocacy of right. He is a mem-
ber of the A.O.U-NV., I.O.F., R.A. and
C.O.C.F., holding the office of Past
Master ill all except the I.O.F. 1\Ir.
Moyer was married in 1868 to Eliza-
beth Harriet, daughter of the late Win.
Ardagh, Toronto, who was alderman
there some years. His family consists
of four sons and fire daughters.