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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1911
THE MAUI NEVAS
in Wireless Telegraphy.
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SATURDAY. - - . APRIL 22, 1911
kites and u half mile of wire, Rich
ard Fontana and Leone Cadenasso,
experts of wireless telegraphy, mark
ed a new epoch in receiving wireless
messages with detached aerials. At
the completion of their test Fonttna
and Cadenasso had received flashes
sent from over 5,000 miles of sea,
which were caught by two slender
drifting antennae attached to their
kites a half mile in the air.
The object of the experiments
The eoroorate interests on he mainland that have been waxing fat was to prove the theory that the tall
these many years on a prohibitive tariff on the necessaries of life, and poles used at the present time at
who have banded themselves together under the name ot the American wireiess siauons are supe ruuuun m
Protective Tariff League, are fighting tooth and nail against Canadian receiving messages from a great dis
Recinrocitv. These corporate interests which have so long held the tance, and that an aerial with only
farmer and farm products under their thumb, and squeezed them to one end attached to the grounding
the last droo of blood, now come forth as the self appointed champions medium is better in long distance
of the American agriculturist. They claim that Canadian Reciprocity telegraphy than the wires strung
is a zross violation of the policy of protection, and that it unfairly from a pole
sacrifices the interests of American agriculture. If the farmer reaped Fontana and Cadenasso first sent
the benefit from protection this might be an argument, but he does not. up the kites with 800 feet of wire
Tr i the wholesale dealer in farm produce that irets protection. These and" immediately caught a cipher
wholesalers well know that they have the farmer nailed down to the from Honolulu, and then several
that if the protection is taken from ships at sea in a long sweep
off they cannot continue charging the present excessive price for neces- from south of the equator to the pjtjl R 6 D 0 T t bf
r; v. haw tn he pnntpnt with Witimnte profits". Thev assume northern coast of British Columia. . r
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the form of robust selfishness and ask the very people they gouge to With a half mile of the wire up
assist them in defeating an agreement that will stand as a monument and the thin aluminum wires sweep
to the sagacity and disinterested honesty of President Taft. As one mg 111 tlie wind irom-tne Kites There have been presented to the
Congressman puts it: The farmer's load is becoming unbearable, so ends, the instruments on the ground Grand Jury by the County Attor-
much so that the farms are being abandoned, and the cry goes up from below clicked off an unintelligible n jjepartment four cases' in
the cities "Back to the farm." Why do they raise this cry? No one message, which was found to have each of which a careui invostiga
need cry Back to the railroad," because railroading is profitable, Put come irom on ine coasi 01 japan. tion has f0nowed, resulting in the
it is back to the farm in order that there may be a broader foundation b ontana and Cadenasso hope to findi f true hills in an of tiiese
of poverty stricken bodies for the velvet feet of the wholesalers to tread prove by a series of tests to be made caae8 and for the different offenses
upon. Canadian Reciprocity will be a godsend to the farmer and to the that the box kite apparatus and tnejherein Bet jortn
. . .4 e a 1 1 .J l-v .-..J rx -.(, I a n mi nnisi1 T f t lin I . .
consumer, ana it these two will work togetner ior me common goou, uciauieu nuuu, uo nuirawi : Territory ol Hawaii ys
the bloodsucking wholesaler will be
will live, while the farmer will come into his own again.
detached aerial, are superior to the
flitninntpd nnd the consumer Dole system. Ihe latter is said to
Kanuu, Larceny in the
That political machine, the Territorial Board of Health, is giving a
continuous performance of how to get money from the Legislature.
The members of this board are so busy pulling wires that the legiti
mate business, for the doing of which they owe their existence, is be-
ino- npp-lerted and overlooked. While thev are busy bluffing the
Legislature into giving them control of the garbage department of
, Honolulu, disease is rampant throughout the city. For example a
Filipino and his wife came to Maui from Honolulu about a week ago,
Tlutrsdav the authorities learned the Filipino had smallpox. After a
chase they landed their man who they found hiding in a canefield
The disease is pretty far advanced in the man, but the woman has
passed the worst stages and is convalescing. This must have been
contracted in Honolulu, and in the case of the woman, the disease
must have shown before she left. Both are now in the quarantine
'hospital at Kahului. This is a simple instance of the wide awakeness
of the Board of Health.
require a greater number 01 nauer- grce; Territory of Hawaii vs. Jim
ies and more wire than, the new Tai 0llf Burglary in First Degree;
method, but has been unable to get Territory of Hawaii vs. Kahuila,
Burglary in First Degree; Territory
messages from over so great
The churches were beautifully
decorated for Easter Day, and the
music was much enjoyed. A beau
tiful solo " was sung by Mrs. Bodel
In addition to the regular ritual,
special services were held at one of
the churches. .
of Hawaii vs. II . Louo Kaiaiki and
Aleka Kanuu, Adultery
At this session the Grand Jurors
have made further investigation in
to cases of illicit cohabitation, and
find that, since the last session of
the Grand Jury, there have been
some forty odd marriages in the
County of Maui between persons
who are alleged to have been living
together in open adultery, and still
others are taking ateps necessary to
The Count and Countess Von the consummation of legal marn-
Thev are awake to their political standing Zedwitz have a delitrhtful musicale ages. The Grand Jurors believe
only, but for real legitimate work in ferreting out and preventing the at their residence every Wednesday that there are now comparatively
spread 'of disease they are a joke. We cordially agree with the Star evening.
that if we are to uphold our reputation as the "Paradise of the Pacific,"
control of our sanitation must be in the hands of die federal authorities
They do things then talk ahput them afterward. The Territorial
Board of Health spills plenty of hot air, but as to their accomplish
ments, their past record speaks for itself.
The Sisters of St. Francis at
Honolulu sent a beautiful palm
branch to Mrs. Mary D. Sylva and
Mrs. Annie E. Mulvany.
few cases of this kind remaining,
and the attention of the Sheriff's
Department has leen called to such
las remain, we nave ueeinexi -h
wise to pass the matter ior the
present, leaving such further con
Mrs. J. E. Gannon and Robert sideration as the situation demands
.1 . - - ... n. , I 1 ji IT
The Hilo celebration this year will be strictly a family affair and spent the week end wnn wn. wdd w m is
while our brethren f roni the other islands are, as always, welcome at Ulowalu.
within our gates, they will, if they come, come strictly as guests and 'Rurnham's fine poem. Honolulu Newsletter.
nnt as natron. The celebration is strictlv tiro bona publico, and as
Rev. C. G. Burnham's fine poem,
lo the Blue Bird," appeared re-
( Continued from Page 1.)
thi rutins are sutiserinea nere. ana mere is no wish to iuukc uiuucy uui . r. . , 1 ,
tT,r dnnntn or look for anv assistance from the other r1.. oprmBUUU ViUlUi8-' were put where someone would
islands, except oossiblv in the wav of a few contestants in the sports epU lCan' . them in his system merely to accom
events which may be arranged. - . , A Japanese woman died after a plish. that result but when they came
The fact that Kahului is running a celebration in a business way short illness in Lahainaluna gulch they were used as a lever to raise
should certainlv not deprive the citizens of Hilo of .an opportunity to last Saturday. There was a large Mackall off his throne. Ihey cer
vent their patriotic feelings, and it is probable that the people on the attendance at the , funeral on Sun- tainly served their purpose. Mackall
other islands, when they thoroughly
agree in this. Hilo Tribune,
understand the situation, will day.
(Detroit Free Press.)
'D rather be a booster than a knocker any day,
I I'd rather tinge with hope than doubt the words I have to say.
I'd rather miss my guess
On another man's success
Than to view his bitter struggle and to prophesy his fall.
I would rather say "he's coming"
Than "he's going," when I'm, summing
Up the labors ot my brothers, I would rather boost them all.
There were no sessions
Cross School during Holy
The children resumed their
on April 17.
Dunn is spending his
vacation at home, and ' will then
I would rather speak the kind things than the mean things any day, , t g, - . c .
I'd rather swing a baton than a hammer, let me say,.
I would rather sing my rhyme
In a sort of twostep time
Than to let it drag in dirges in a gloomy heavy style,
I would rather say "God bless you!"
And with words of cheer impress you,
Than to preach about your follies all the while.
I would rather be a booster than a knocker any day,
I'd rather praise than criticise in what I have to say;
I'd rather not be wise,
At the cost of other's sighs.
I would rather see the good things than the evil that men do;
I would rather far be wrong
When I boost a man along
Than be perfect in my judgment, but make everybody blue.
is out and friends of Raymond are
attempting to create a little boom
for him. Iam not sure of there
suit but have been told that he is
lacking in essential qualities, bus
iness ideas, necessary in one who
Mrs C. ft RiimWm rpnnnt.lv rf- occupies the post. In the past, at
ceived sad news from her old home "st s'nce e supervisors were given
Conway, N. H. Her father, charge of the garbage department of
Mr. Matthew Hale, passed away on the city, Mackall has been looked
Anril 1. TT wn nvpr R0 vnra of upon with envious eyes by those
x . -
who yearned to be near-bosses. Gar
bage was" the road to leadership in
the game of polities and whoever
had charge of the department could
be boss if he desired. Now it is
almost ducide'd that garbage here
and in Hilo is to be collected free
so there will be no chance to build
up a machine. It is due entirely to
the promptness with which the peo
pie connected with the Board of
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Today, with the poi bill passed, the
sun seems to shine on both sides of
the street. The fuct that quarantine
keeps the men connected with the
ocean ferry aboard ship while in
port is causing dissatisfaction among
them and I know of several willing
to give up their positions
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Connie Mack, manager of the
champion Athletics, has made an
offer for Walter Johnson, the Btar
pitcher of the Washington club,
who has been sent home because
he refuses to sign the contract offer
ed by McAleer. While Connie will
not tell the terms of the proposition
he has made, it is understood here
that he is willing to give Ben Haus
ter the elongated first baseman, who
appears almost as good as Harry
Davis. Pitcher Collamore and Out
fielder Hogan in exchange for the
Washington pitcher, who is so
speedy that it is hard to find a man
able to hold him. When Connie
was asked regarding the terms of
the prospective trade he simply
smiled and declared he had nothing
to say. From another source, and
one not to be disputed, it was learn
ed that Connie is willing to switch
Lefty Russell, the $12,000 Baltimore
beauty, in the trade and retain
Collamore, but Mack has been given
the impression that McAleer does
not go wild about left wheelers.
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