The town of
"West Gormley" is
making rapid strides, and it is only a question of a short time till the "old
town" will become a sleepy suburb of its western rival. The Gormleyites are
rejoicing in the assurance of a regular station on the C.N.O., which is already
doing a lot of business there. The company have built stock and hog yards, and
carloads of cattle and hogs have been handled. A temporary platform has been
built for the convenience of passengers and the loading of milk, the business
in which, from present indications, will soon assume immense proportions.
Progress is in the air.
"West Gormley" lies
high and dry, there is abundance of ozone, and plenty of pure water. From the
windows and verandahs of its homes can be seen the whole township of
Markham and a
little of Scarboro, not forgetting
March 21, 1907