|Friday, January 8, 1897, Vol. 45, No. 51||The Newmarket Era||Page 3, col. 1|
This has been rather a quiet week. Cane's factory has only shipped some three cars of wooden ware and the Specialty factory a car of school desks to Montréal. Five or six cars of grain have gone out, two of them to the seaboard, and also a car of flour. The imports include coal, dressed hogs and general merchandise.