James Matthews had a soda water place on the southern portions of Dovercourt Road, near Queen in the early 1880s. He was not in the business in 1873, so that's a new wagon for a new business.
The clothing would have been labelled "Made in Canada". The bad news today is that shoppers want cheaper goods, resulting in no Canadian jobs that would have made them. So they shop in stores with cheap clothes made overseas, losing jobs here in Canada in the process.
Similarly, I worked for loss prevention and roamed the old buildings and the tunnel networks. The Hayter St. delivery barn was obviously used by trucks but was still set up as it was when horse-drawn carriages were used, and George Ross Eaton's racing car could often be found under a tarp off in a corner.Back in 1970 I delivered internal mail in all those Eaton buildings. Rattling around the dark corridors, freight elevators. I especially liked going into the fur coat storage rooms.