|Thursday, August 4, 1910
|The Liberal (Richmond Hill)
|Page 5, col. 3
Aurora and Newmarket business men find during the G.T.R. strike that they are fortunate in having the Metropolitan Railway to carry their freight. Cane's factory and the other factories in Newmarket have shipped much of their goods over the electric railway, and several car loads of live stock and other commodities have been brought over the same line to Richmond Hill, and transferred to the C.N.O. Railway. Towns situated as the above find it a great benefit to have a competing line.
Railways: G.T.Ry., Met.Ry.
Stations: Aurora, Newmarket, Richmond Hill