|Friday, June 3, 1904||The Newmarket Era||Page 8, col. 4|
Our Toronto letter.
Mr. J. R. Roaf has written to the Mayor, suggesting Bloor Street, just east of Yonge Street, as a suitable site for the new union station. He points out that the Toronto & Niagara Railway Company and the James Bay Railway Company will shortly be looking for sites for a station and thinks no better place could be selected.
The street railway traffic on Victoria Day was the largest for any 24th of May in the history of the company. The receipts were $10,882.95, against $9,670.25 in 1903, or an increase of $1,212.70 over last year.