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- 1 new trail took them east of present-day Newmarket and Aurora, crossed to the west of the
- 2 - reaching Oak Ridges, Aurora, and Newmarket in 1899, Jackson's Point in 1907, and Sutton
- 3 of the ridge, heading for Aurora and Newmarket.
- 4 eight trips daily between Toronto and Newmarket, covering the distance in a fast hour and a
- 5 Coach bus service between Toronto and Newmarket.
- 6 car trundled down the tracks from Newmarket through Richmond Hill to its southern
- 7 the only high school between Toronto and Newmarket; in the early 1920s it could still claim the
- 8 settlement from Lake Ontario to Newmarket along Yonge Street and to the east
- 9 of Yonge Street, from York to Newmarket, provincial surveyor John Stegman counted
- 10 to carry mail between York and Newmarket. He made two round trips weekly and carried
- 11 stop for the mail stage operating between Newmarket and York. Southbound stages arrived at
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