It carried messages
from the first day; and more, it raised the whole telephone business to a higher level.
And yet I was loath to believe that this was the case, and the presence of the word Hudson seemed to show that the subject of the message
was as I had guessed, and that it was from Beddoes rather than the sailor.
On the third day after the fever broke Tarzan wrote a message
asking D'Arnot if he felt strong enough to be carried back to the cabin.
The object of those who invented the system has apparently been to conceal that these characters convey a message
, and to give the idea that they are the mere random sketches of children.
That seemed a good idea; so the Historian rigged up a high tower in his back yard, and took lessons in wireless telegraphy until he understood it, and then began to call "Princess Dorothy of Oz" by sending messages
into the air.
Go then, through the burrows of the ulsios, to The Gate of Enemies and carry to Floran the message
that I shall write in his own language.
Spizo the Spaniard had seen De Montfort's man leave the note with Father Claude and he had seen the priest hide it under a great bowl on his table, so that when the good father left his cottage it was the matter of but a moment's work for Spizo to transfer the message
from its hiding place to the breast of his tunic.
for Monsieur Tarzan, if he will be so kind as to step to the telephone.
When he had finished, he studied thoughtfully the message
which he had transcribed:--
It seems he said something about me--and she has sent a kind message
, inviting me to visit her one of these days.
and he will embody his message
in his introductory remarks.
It is,' says Deirdre, 'that Fergus comes unto us with a message
of peace from Conor, for more sweet is not honey than the message
of peace of the false man.
The impertinence of Lady Lundie's message
is no more than I should have expected from her," she said.
The truth is, I have had a message
from Lady Janet.
Ever he struggled to combat the fever, to live, to continue to live, to grow strong and stronger against the day when he would be strong enough to dare the grass-lands and the belted jungle beyond, and win to the beach, and to some labour-recruiting, black-birding ketch or schooner, and on to civilization and the men of civilization, to whom he could give news of the message
from other worlds that lay, darkly worshipped by beastmen, in the black heart of Guadalcanal's midmost centre.