It was only far on in the night that the weary telegraphist got an answer to his calls, but then the messages came clear and strong.
The electricians had contrived a catchment pool and a wheel in the torrent close at hand--for the little Mulhausen dynamo with its turbinal volute used by the telegraphists was quite adaptable to water driving, and on the sixth day in the evening the apparatus was in working order and the Prince was calling--weakly, indeed, but calling--to his air-fleet across the empty spaces of the world.
This was the sister of the telegraphist
, promoted to be sewing-maid at Pardons.
He had taken the wife to his raw new palace in San Diego, where she and her people occupied a wing of great price, and Cheyne, in a verandah-room, between a secretary and a typewriter, who was also a telegraphist
, toiled along wearily from day to day.
Rank: Ordinary Telegraphist
Regiment: Royal Navy Age: 19 Date of Death: 24-8-1919 Buried at: Queensferry Cemetery Emmanuel Comby Laverick Husband of Mary H Laverick, of 1 Ilton Road.
He completed his basic training in Saint-Hyacinthe, later training as a telegraphist
and wireless operator.
Joe was a navy conscript and served as a ship's telegraphist
, before joining the Royal Naval Commandos for the D-Day invasion of Normandy in June 1944.
Badges for girls in the past included air mechanic (1910s), electrician (1930s), telegraphist
(1930s) and radio communicator (1980s).
Aboard Avengers that were in service with the British Royal Air Force (where the plane was briefly dubbed the Tarpon), both the enlisted crewmen were called telegraphist
air gunners, or TAGs.
GIRL Guides used to work towards badges showing their skills as a telegraphist
Describing finding the machine, Lt Cmdr Balme once said: "We hadn't been working for long when the telegraphist
asked me to step into the wireless room, where he had seen a machine that looked like a typewriter.
Pulley describes with transportive detail the intricate clockwork Mori creates, the atmosphere at Oxford, the politics of upper-class British and Japanese families, and the daily life of a middle-class telegraphist