Victorian Era Cartoons from Punch magazine
The Telephone. By the telephone sound is converted into electricity, and then, by completing the circuit, back into sound again. Jones converts all the pretty music he hears during the Season into electricity, bottle it, and puts it away into bottles for his winter parties. All he has to dom when his guests arrive is to select, uncork, and then complete the circuit; and there you are!
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