|Friday, February 5, 1904||The Newmarket Era||Page 7, col. 3|
The buzz of wheels, and the hum of machinery can now be heard in the vicinity of the United Factories as of yore and the wanted activity at the north end is apparent.
The big engine was started on Tuesday morning and the superintendents of the departments, as well as the machinists, were kept busy fixing belts and adjusting pulleys. After dinner the army of men returned to their places and considering the circumstances satisfactory progress was made.
Everything is now getting down to good working order, and already many orders that were cancelled after the explosion have been repeated. As soon as it is known that the factory is running again there is no doubt but the firm will be flooded with orders as their goods always give the best of satisfaction to consumers.