Friday, March 31, 1899, Vol. 48, No. 10 The Newmarket Era Page 7, col. 1

Larger than ever.

The new dry kiln at Cane's factory is being shoved ahead just as fast as the men can get at it. On Monday and Tuesday there were nearly 50 men working at the building. It is being built on the same site as the former one, only while the kiln recently destroyed by fire had fifteen apartments, the new one has 24 the same size. If the weather keeps fine the roof will be on in a couple of days.