1. Were public tenders invited by the management of the Canadian National Railways for the freighting of coal to Prince Edward Island from the mainland during the years 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, and 1928?
2. From what persons or firms were tenders invited, if any?
3. Were specification and tender forms supplied? If so, what were the details?
4. If no forms were supplied, what were the particulars and conditions?
5. How many tenders were received in each year?
6. What is the name of each firm or person tendering and the unit prices of each tender?
7. Are "The Albion Lumber Company," "The New Glasgow Terminal Company" and "The Egerton Coal Company" three separate companies or are they names used by the same party for the purpose of tendering?
8. What are the names of the president, secretary and manager of the above-named companies who have corresponded with the railways officials or signed tenders during the above years ?
9. What amount, if any, was the railways management paid for the cargo of coal lost in transit to Prince Edward Island four years ago this season?
Subtopic: CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
Sub-subtopic: CONTRACT FOR TRANSPORTATION OF COAL