|Monday, December 31, 1888||The Toronto Daily Mail||Page 8, col. 3|
The forest city.
Preparing to open the South Norfolk Railway—Violations of the liquor law—Water commissioner sued for $10,000 damages—The abolition for tax exemption—Notes.
London, 1888-12-30.—Assistant Superintendent Larmour, of the Grand Trunk railway, left yesterday to complete arrangements for the opening of the South Norfolk railway, which comprises seventeen miles of newly-laid tracks running from Simcoe to Port Rowan. The line, it is understood, has been constructed by private capital, and will be operated as a part of the Georgian Bay and Lake Erie division of the Grand Trunk railway.
Railways: G.T.Ry., S.N.Ry.