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Petition of the Jersey Gas Light Company and Jersey New Waterworks Company Limited concerning a proposed bill put before the States concerning the supply of Gas, Water and Electricity within the Island
Date: February 2nd 1909 - February 2nd 1909
Printed account of the committe appointed to hold an inquiry with reference to the water, gas and other services
Date: June 18th 1909 - June 18th 1909
Amendments to the Project de Loi concerning the Commerical Enterprises for Water, Gas and Electricity
Date: January 11th 1910 - January 11th 1910
Date: 1950 - 1990
File relating to a large consumers agreement between the Jersey Electricity Company and A de Gruchy and Company Limited relating to the supply of electricity
Date: May 14th 1940 - January 10th 1942
Photograph of the ship Caesarea, photograph which relates to the construction of a culvert at La Collette, and photographs which possibly concern the scattering of the ashes of George Langdon.
Date: October 9th 1971 - October 25th 1971
File number: 56
Page number: 26
Photographs of a demonstration model of a diesel alternator at Jersey Electricity Company's showroom in Broad Street, and photograph of staff working on diesel engine powered alternators at Jersey Electricity Company's power station situated opposite the northern end of Albert Pier.
Date: December 22nd 1949 - December 22nd 1949
File number: 1
Page number: 4
Images of a technician, whose surname may be Le Monnier, assessing electricity meeters at the Jersey Electricity Company. These images were taken for a feature.Taken byPeter Mourant.
Date: November 25th 1977 - November 25th 1977
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/5589
Images of the Jersey Electricity Company Limited laying a cable on the Esplanade outside David Dumosch Limited including images inside the trench.
Date: October 10th 1978 - October 10th 1978
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/8512
Contact Sheet 4 from Red Contact File 11 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheets contain images of strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, include notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and date from 1938.
Date: 1938-10 - 1938-10
Images of Air Raid Precaution exercises held on Victoria Avenue at West Park, and watched by spectators from Westmount, West Park Pavilion and the Lower Park. The images include the treatment of casualties, the demolition of a structure, fire fighting, unearthing pipes, working on overhead electricity cables, and the use of a Noel and Porter removals van as an ambulance [see JWP 29/10/1938 p4]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 4 of Red Contact File 11 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: 1938-10 - October 29th 1938
Images of Air Raid Precaution exercises held on Victoria Avenue at West Park, and watched by spectators from Westmount, West Park Pavilion and the Lower Park. The images include the treatment of casualties, a warden riding a Royal Enfield motor cycle with the registration J581, wardens dealing with gas leaks, the decontamination of the road surface, a Police Officer wearing a gas mask, and spectators leaving after the exercise [see JWP 29/10/1938 p4]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 4 of Red Contact File 11 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: 1938-10 - October 29th 1938
Image of the destructor chimney stack at Westmount which was to be demolished [JWP 28/1/1939 p 12]. The image was produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 6 of Red Contact File 12 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: 1939-01 - January 28th 1939
Contact Sheet 8 from Red Contact File 19 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheets contain images of strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, include notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and date from 1946.
Date: 1946-10 - 1946-11
Image, taken through the windscreen of a vehicle, which features an oncoming truck, walled road, trees and houses. The image was produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 22 of Red Contact File 7 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: 1938-01 - 1938-02
File of correspondence with French utility companies relating to cancelling accoutns following the sale of the Durrells' French Property 'The Mazet'/'Mas Michel', 1999
Date: 1999 - 1999
Correspondence between the Jersey Swimming Club and the Jersey Electricity Company Limited including invoices and work that needs doing at Havre des Pas Bathing Pool.
Date: November 23rd 1953 - February 15th 1977
Evening Post cuttings from 1944 mounted on cardboard including advertisements and requests for food, notices on electricity supply, footwear and for christmas day church services.
Date: February 22nd 1944 - December 23rd 1944
Mr E J (Jack) de Ste Croix talks about life at the Jersey Electricity Company during the Occupation to the Channel Islands Occupation Society. Introduction by the President of the CIOS. Tribute paid to F M Burrell for having guided the JEC throughout the occupation. Talks about the contact with German forces, difficulty in supplying electricity-cessation of service for public between Jan 25th-May 8th 1945, his first experience of working for Germans rewiring at Idaho, Five Mile Road, which had been commandeered by the military, the storm on 13th November 1940 causing severe damage to property across the island and necessitating work by the JEC, details of the German authorities in charge of the JEC, refusal of work for reasons laid down in the Hague Convention on the grounds that it would be aiding the Germans in the war effort and different reactions by the German officers. He discusses the farm wiring scheme in the late Summer of 1941, the contact with a Russian Organisation Todt worker, the use of derelict houses for extra supplies. He lists different places that he worked. Talks of manning companies emergency service which required staying after curfew. Run by Sydney Herbert Shortland who was stopped one night and beaten as due to a speech impediment he could not explain the reasons for breaking the curfew. Talks of entertainments run by the JEC keeping morale up during the occupation, sadnesswhen members of the company were killed. Early December 1944 became clear electricity supply coming to an end-occupation authorities decreed that the JEC would run power in Queen's Road for German consumption only-refusal by the JEC who withdrew their labour, leading to negotiations over final outcome-eventually run by Germans. Talks of 8th May when Queen's Road Power Station was handed back to JEC. Comments made by the President of the CIOS who also worked at the JEC about the confiscation of his curfew pass, taking of radio spares from a store, employees of the company making crystal for the radio sets, collecting of sea water. Questions about the rationing of electricity in certain districts, acts of sabotage on German parts, laying of mains, the power stations, Sydney Shortland, electricity meters in German bunkers, the emergency service, transportation of diesel from the Harbour to Queen's Road, electricity to Wests, the Forum and the Opera House, supply and type of cable used, the use of German engineer in a job requiring a n expert, St Peter's Valley Power Station, use of the meters and the finance of the JEC.
Date: March 9th 1988 - March 9th 1988