Tuesday, March 26, 1907 The Globe (Toronto) Page 8, col. 5

New train to Cobalt.

In order to visit the greatest silver mining camp in the world with the least delay, the Grand Trunk and the T. & N.O. Railways have arranged to run solid vestibule train of coaches and Pullman sleepers between Toronto and New Liskeard, making principal stops en route. North bound train will leave Toronto 9 p.m., arriving North Bay 5 a.m. Temagami 7.50 a.m., Cobalt 8.34 a.m., New Liskeard 9.15 a.m. Returning leaves New Liskeard 7.30 p.m., Cobalt 7.55 p.m., Temagami 8.55 p.m., North Bay 11.45 p.m., arriving Toronto 8 a.m.

It is hoped that this service, which has been asked for by the mining interests, will be appreciated sufficiently to warrant the companies making it permanent, and increase interest in the Cobalt region. Further information, tickets, reservations, etc. may be obtained at Grand Trunk city office, northwest corner King and Yonge streets. Phone Main 4209.

Railways: G.T.Ry., T. & N.O.Ry.