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


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.


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