|Wednesday, August 19, 1896
|The Globe (Toronto)
|Page 7, col. 2
On the railways.
Important changes on the Grand Trunk—The Don and Parkdale stations—Improved baggage checking.
It is the intention of the Grand Trunk authorities also to improve the system of baggage checking at the Union Station, the present system having given rise to considerable complaint on the part of the travelling public. Mr. Thomas Newman, who has been connected with the baggage department for a long time, has been appointed chief baggage master, and Mr. James Duffy has been transferred to the parcel room. Mr. J. O'Higgins, who was formerly in the office of Mr. E. H. Fitzhugh, has been transferred to the office of Mr. D. Morice [sp?], the superintendent of terminals here.