Friday, February 5, 1897 The Newmarket Era Page 3, col. 3

Newmarket depot.

There has been considerable activity in the freight yard the past week. About 25 cars of pail timber have arrived for the Messrs. Cane & Sons, and 4 cars of woodenware have been shipped, besides the usual small orders, as follows: one to Winnipeg, one to Montréal, one to Hamilton and one to Port Credit. The Specialty Co. sent over half a car to Vancouver, B.C. besides small lots. The reports also include two cars of flour and four of grain. Some new regulations regarding the carrying of bicycles on passenger trains are now in force. The charges are regulated by the price of the ticket, the lowest being 15¢, but 25¢ takes it to Toronto.

Railways: G.T.Ry.

Stations: Newmarket