June 23 At the end of June, 1910, the ticks of the Western Union, heard daily at Saint Vincent since 1875, and those of the Postal Telegraph, heard since 1902, were silenced, when the wires were discontinued and the instruments removed…. Since the installation of local and long distance telephones, the telegraph companies maintained their equipments at a great loss.
Saint Joseph Cafasso
Saint John, Archabbey Basilica

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