a system for transmitting messages from a distance along a wire, especially one creating signals by making and breaking an electrical connection
a button which is pressed to produce a signal when transmitting Morse code
a rapid informal network by which information or gossip is spread
a movable telegraph for use on campaign
a hill neighborhood in San Francisco in California, named for the signal stations that surmounted it in the 19th century
a tropical Asian plant of the pea family, whose leaves have a spontaneous jerking motion. It is sometimes grown as a curiosity under glass
a tall pole used to carry telegraph or telephone wires above the ground
another term for bush telegraph.
Canadian term for bush telegraph.
a board displaying scores or other information at a sports match or race meeting