Brookfield & Thomas insulators listed in bid specifications for Canadian telephone lines

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Electrical Review and Western Electrician

Chicago, IL, United States
vol. 62, no. 14, p. 722, col. 2


TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH

Special Correspondence

VANCOUVER, B. C. Sealed proposals superscribed "Tenders for Forest Branch Telephone Equipment" will be received by the Minister of Lands until April 14 for the following materials: 300 miles No. 9 B. W. G. galvanized iron wire; 10 miles No. 12 B. W. G. galvanized iron wire; 18,000 No. 37, Thomas split tree insulators or equal; 4,125 12-ounce "Brookfield" No. 32 double-petticoat, pony-glass insulators, or equal; 4,125 1.5-ounce, 2-by-12 inch painted oak brackets, conforming to A. T. and T. Company's specifications; 25 coils, 200 feet per coil, No. 18 galvanized seizing Strang; 30 standard ground rods. Tenders on above material to be based on price f. o. b. Vancouver, B. Ci ready for delivery on May 1, 1913. A certain number of telephones, wall and portable, will also be purchased. For further information address H. R. McMillan, Chief Forester, Forest Branch Department, Victoria, B. C.

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Keywords:Brookfield : R. Thomas & Sons Company : Tree Insulator
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:October 8, 2010 by: Bob Stahr;