Tuesday, December 16, 1873, Vol. 30, No. 300 The Globe (Toronto) Page 1, col. 7

Latest from Hamilton.

Market fees—West Toronto election—Curling—Great Western Railway.

By Telegraph from our own Correspondent.


It has been announced that express trains were to be run over the Air Line. It is, however, the policy of the company to use the Loop Line for their through freight business, which is rapidly increasing, thus keeping the main line free for passenger traffic. By this course passenger trains will be kept close on time, as it is well known the delays to passenger trains usually arise through freight trains breaking down in front of them.

Railways: G.W.Ry.