Even in long- distance telephony, the expense of a message dwindles when it is compared with the price of a return railway
About half past four I went up to the railway
station to get an evening paper, for the morning papers had contained only a very inaccurate description of the killing of Stent, Henderson, Ogilvy, and the others.
And I was right, truly right," cried the general, with warmth and solemnity, "for if cigars are forbidden in railway
carriages, poodles are much more so.
Suddenly a noise roused his attention, and on the far side of a field on his left hand he could see six or seven men in smock-frocks with hay-forks in their hands making an offensive approach towards the four railway
agents who were facing them, while Caleb Garth and his assistant were hastening across the field to join the threatened group.
She was humiliated and angry--it was long before she would admit it, that she, who prided herself upon her woodcraft, was lost in this little patch of country between the Pangani and the Tanga railway
Not content with manufacturing the electricity for his street railways
in the old-fashioned way, in power-houses, Daylight organized the Sierra and Salvador Power Company.
A year from now I'll be earning more than a dozen men in the Railway
The gentlemen looked at each other and agreed that there was no help for it but to hurry the supper, and walk to the railway
station--a distance of between five and six miles--in time to catch the last train.
That afternoon at the railway
station I was surprised and made happy by the unexpected arrival of Miss Margaret Corray and her mother, from Oakland.
First comes the Plutocracy, which is composed of wealthy bankers, railway
magnates, corporation directors, and trust magnates.
Most of you have probably travelled down the Great Western Railway
as far as Swindon.
You have been in a railway
accident," the doctor told him, "and you were brought here afterwards.