|Thursday, January 25, 1917||The Northern Advance (Barrie)||Page 4, col. 3|
A little inconvenience is being felt by those who have been accustomed to receiving the Toronto daily papers at noon, since the G.T.R. has cancelled the 9.45 a.m. train at Thornton. This leaving the papers a day late in reaching Ivy, but this only a trifle and we must not grumble if it is going to relieve matters elsewhere and allow the railways to bring more coal within our reach. Should we not be glad to suffer any amount of inconvenience at the present time when we think of what our brave boys are undergoing at the front.