The distribution system includes 1.5 miles [about 2.4 km] of line carried for the most part on poles owned by the Maritime Telegraph & Telephone Company, only fourteen poles having been supplied by Mr. [Comment: Since this was a DC system, there were no transformers anywhere – the entire system operated at the generator voltage. By agreement dated January 1st, 1961 and effective January 4th, 1961, all issued shares — 9,000 common and 2,500 preferred — were acquired from the former shareholders and as of January 4th, 1961 said shares were held as follows: Her Majesty the Queen . The company will not repay the loan by raising rates but through savings arrived at by making the merged operations more efficient, he said.A system operating at 110 volts DC could not serve customers located 1.5 miles from the generating plant – the voltage drop would be excessive – thus it can be inferred that the generating plant was located roughly at the geographic center of the service area, with distribution lines radiating in at least two directions, east and west, and probably in four directions, so that no customer would be much more than about 2000 feet [600 metres or so] from the generator. Also see: Town of Bridgetown (municipal electric utility) Annapolis County NSL 1898 chapter 150 — Act to incorporate the Bridgetown Water, Power & Light Co. "We would not be increasing rates to pay the acquisition premium," Mann said.
The smaller tailrace tunnel, on the left in the photo, was for the original generating unit; the larger tunnel on the right, was for unit number two. Also see: Bear River & Digby Electric Light, Heating & Power Co. The ratepayers of Bridgetown, at a meeting called for the purpose of voting upon thepurchase of the electric light system of that town on Tuesday evening [25 May, 1909 ? Only one regulatory group has not yet approved the merger.
Source: The Digby Weekly Courier, 4 June 1909, (reprinted from the Yarmouth Herald) [This item is confusedabout the amount of money, but the above is the complete text as printed in The Digby Weekly Courier.] NSL 1898 chapter 133 — Act to incorporate the Bedford Electric Co. NSL 1899 chapter 136 — Amendment NSL 1901 chapter 171 — Amendment NSL 1903 chapter 182 — Amendment NSL 1906 chapter 156 — Amendment NSL 1908 chapter 137 — Amendment NSL 1909 chapter 131 — Amendment This photograph appears on page 152 of "White Rock Past and Present" by Doris Atwell, published 2004 This postcard was postmarked in Kentville in September 1915. "Obviously the trend is to do the former, combine resources and whatnot," Briggs said.
“Built on the banks of the Gaspereau River above the White Rock bridge, the S. Benjamin grist and lumber mill began operations in 1885... Bangor Hydro officials sought buyers, and hinted that they had more than one suitor.
All electric and natural gas holding companies are required to register with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Larger image Photograph of the original Nictaux hydro-electric power plant, probably taken in 1940. The proposed purchase of Bangor Hydro is NS Power's first U. NS Power will not be allowed to generate electricity in Maine because of the state's electrical restructuring rules.
Under PUHCA, the SEC regulates mergers and diversification proposals of holding companies whose subsidiaries engage in retail electricity or natural gas distribution. in November 1925, and the Gaspereaux River Light, Heat & Power Co. There is a rubber-stamped "Middleton, June 26, 1940" on the back of the print that was scanned for this gif file (probably stamped when the print was made). Bangor Hydro's stock was up .44 Friday, closing at .44.