This week I learned that shortly after the Chaffey's left Ontario for 
Australia, Charles Frankish, became the guiding force during the
early years of the "Colony." Frankish commissioned a water fountain
to be placed on Euclid Avenue to symbolize prosperity to all visitors that
passed through Ontario.  The fountain can still be viewed
today in the Museum gardens.
Charles Frankish arguably was the man who
made Ontario the city it has become today.