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The tech fight dates to the days of telegraph lines, undersea cables and “wireless” — that is, radio.
In the telegraph office a young signaler was sending a thrilling message to Umballa, Lahore and the north.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
As there were no telegraph lines, another way had to be provided by which messages might be quickly sent.
Flocks of birds seemed to sing through the air, striking against the telegraph wires.
A LOST HEROELIZABETH STUART PHELPS WARD AND HERBERT D. WARD
Suppose he should receive an acceptance by letter or telegraph but deny it, and insist that no contract had been made.
He proceeded to the tall telegraph pole and swarmed quickly up it.
He did not have to wait very long until a man in the garb of a telegraph messenger came up the street.
It was a tangled trail that Kip Burland followed that night, shadowing that man who wore a telegraph messenger's costume.
By this time the sepoys had torn down the telegraph posts and cut the wires in all directions.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
He invented the telegraph, which was generally adopted during his lifetime.

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