|Friday, May 19, 1899, Vol. 48, No. 17||The Newmarket Era||Page 6, col. 4|
The town has resumed something of its normal appearance, after being in a dreadful state, owing to the upheaval of Yonge St. for the laying of the Electric Railway. The Company are having a terrible time moving the boilers to the power house. The Railway Co. deserve credit for the neat appearance of Yonge St. where they have completed their work down to Bond's Lake.