Notes by Vailima
Maoriland Worker, Volume 13, Issue 50, 12 December 1923, Page 12
Notes by Vailima
The Calcutta -Of -t&n •'Observer" aays that #a aUth<w?itat*v< report issued fey the Burma Govern moat x«veale tlmt rnsultti. -ptfoved i failure iii InxSia, owning ifafr Its KfcpM titeti&ridfatioii. '*£&&-< carded out fe] th 6 Pasteur Institute iußurma -receivj *fl Within six wefekfl of Mβ 4ate --& teft&ntifacturo in Esgl<&ad arid Arnqrica shows tfiat the drug, retains only 1-511; or less of its ©rigrinal fi&Feiigfch. l?bis renders it useless, $tid Htftess it car be made miidre stable ssfid resistant te tropical climatic coiwlrtioHS, it fs not likely to be iik Mdia, #here there fifce many thoufsanils 6C sufferers from diabetes." '■Oil* &lway« fe&s Sβ very -Sorry for tk« #&0r safretf&ra tf fro ar6 re-aiy tti Wt& th#ir faHfi. W *tl tfrfese boost el 6ttd iiooiiiied "r*eißWKtie&." of Jill sorts is iil full awing -ffffc cr'edEUtoua m«tis«j&, .%ut-ely «d full of ■<rrt*tfullty «ts a-t*<* Jbeittg lobbed atfd' Ifcl! Bkles by thfe iUMtfiis Afid frauds Witlf to griwi." ¥M Btiettw, Jtarsda— dobig it!" It to get Kte war-tia-W; &ut of tne -sy'stetri ef'the pmpte, s&ttt&t they rftay aw'Jikea -otlt of their sttipdi 4 aixd xisi&g their sound coiferttdn^setts&, to *tltfOW physic to the -tie&s"— -irfevery branu! BJKTIf CdiPSU&L -WR&M A FEW A-BF«ftK, KeadiHg; the ver/ fine &'Mr&s girexi l»7 Mr. F. N. BartVam, M.P., bSfd-fd ffts'TlmaTu Women Citifeetis' Association, one seiitmee in. pixrticular struck mc. He agreed #ith. Dr. Marie Stores in the principle "that w6ttli?a afofte shoirld have the fight to ths titne iA r h6h stre should uciilerfeake the responsibilities of motherh-ijod." That is the high and exalted ;de:i fi>euiud all the discussio-a that is- going on—that is the pritrileg-e and 4hat is SgHting for. It realty oaeans in ttee caifl, "the right to tisive B*tter«liildren"—tiMldren who are de- a&d "^aated"—chiftlrdn ©om Of An Aitteficail writer p"uts i like this: She takes the cas« of the "4Mft©a ntett" In tire I/.S. Array It ®»c Great War and wra'd;* tip hef tijjiimCrtt from the fact that tttbse vrhc Buffered from physiaal defects vr-ece rejected, or were treated till ■disab'tti- remoyed. "Nt> such care," she says, "is Kfsed in connection with the fromeu, tißgiK SERVICE IS THE GIViLVG ©riilFE, NOT THE TARtSfG OF IT. ®ifey form the gateway thxorug-h wrhich every new American ■native-born- citimax cotttes Into the country. After Ms arrival the cmin-fcry cannot .re€i»3o Rita the full privilege of his oitizaflH No gifting, is then posstbte. He gaast be accepted and provided for. jt tfitto men had been accepted with fifaiitfar tire army would Save feerea weighted with invalids. if these "iheffectfcv^s ftad ,be@n driven into battle, it would ba.re meant the collapse of the troops. Be#ely it is equally dangerous to load m> the citizenship of the country witUf. diSfeidtlvfes and iftoa'psbles, arid tie £&&sex&setice9 may to be 3Quttlly aSsastr'ous to the future 6t ibe ira-; lion. And the consM era•■.hm gfveu lo -Xtromen? The laws of the nation Samite ad ii>ravisioia for tht? exempt-on Bff those "uafit for service" of B(«StB'(?uh'0«od. If a woman marries, »tid -nMrriage is the ntemal rule for enen and women—she must bear .ebiidren as often as her very imperffett physical nature gives the oppOr tditi-ty. Nothing- is left to her jticfgr- Mtemt, her sense Of responsibility. It she makes the reasonable request that plte be supplied with the knowledge which wowld give her •coiimiand over &«*■ iOwU body, the law steps in aru] refuses. The law does not eve a ask Witether it would be i*n the ttitei-ist Of tfie State that the retiuent shoald fee jgranfed. It has never inquired* wfiether the effect of giving freedom to a woman"c would t»c ti&tsA or bad for tli-e future of the axatioh. Ttoefe is a ctOSe felatronship 1 between "uawAnteiS" .«hitdrftn, 40: d: totfftness <jf khobe ckildt&x for hOrtaal citizenship. i B® we come to the absurdity of fcaa' oee®. Tile law f&rces women into j cfeite-bearifig -Sigsd-mt their will. thlfe cruel 3>ow«f aat fen ■'be-; JSfcslf ©f tfee welfare-'of the State, bui >%3T decidedly aatgeiast the- feterests of the aatloa-. It jpeiusc© to &mken t& a C(iii4fe*&l wMch' #«ttld relievo the cottfttry ©f iioare- <*f' I£» most scTioy.t»
IT COM**B£i3 *HE i BlftTH OF mSEASEJD Atf# tJMFif CSIIiDREN —at provides fiiture %iftdeife for fche —it pile® for this iegisla^aass;—it m&&Mm*m the pr&bletn 6t Ifre economist.** & One often, feears 'like made that the -tax© fearer than :fcft§ i(AMer s&ops. I fa&a-rd a say-the flatter flay teat "alae e&uMtft afford-".to deal at $he any longer," Jriie subject is '»a*hor liotty debated at present ia Maachestex* (England). One purobaser decla.rea -<i&at "tb-e isffvfeg Sffoctsed by i>ui i <sti'a»in;g in Aiaary stores oyeraka«l'owa the diYatieHii, wad orkei*9 wh©»e ekrnittgs Wjarely suffice to Ueep ffli@lrji&vAille&, ate forcM to pur•chase elsewhere." AaMh'er says, "it woulfil be .betters to ■let tne divi. go and give patrofls the best i»ssiMe >vaiue for -<WieiT tUfoaey." fEMs Opens a big ft£id fe>r e6fe| tfd^ersy.. If the stre out for "dlvisV iktone,-ia WDM respeset ate, they better than tKa .4a£itatist .They ?are the "wroTfeora ffith the ttiinfts" stfcrely t Ffom tfiftiiy •ti*mg» I have lately, that i&is "Co'-ibi>o'fatiV4 Store" btieiiSess Wants lootltiag into. There is 4io sm#e tv sifiaDtv •ing the boot" froiri one -toot to atiattter lα-th-is Cashioa. TRIE IHP-a'H'/JCM B1&TB1MY Off Ttfii Its Was a "iittle maohina shop in Milwaukee, three thiddle-aged men. wuo tfe*<a 10-Qrked upon as "cranks" by tu#r nel£hbcrurs, a>w&y rsgoii their -own titfcte inveUfcioilS. -set th&aa. men: were t-ryiog to perfect a machine for numbering seri-, ablly tfte pages of blaak t>oo&3. tMTd man was Cf-yiffg to iavent a: "Spader" to take the piy.ee af tkej I One day, so the story- ffoas, the I erMmee vTaa matte on-9 o? ■them: "Why canaot a -taachtae- be made that "frill write and wm'ds and uot figures oaly?" And so they set to vV^rk—the three &( 'them —pooling: fcliefr ;ktfcerosta. Mdtfel a-fte fkofdcl w-»h> Imilt, until tlrey bad 'turned out 2!5 or 30, but amie of tbem were'coefsidsreft satis- Jactorry. But in 1873 a. niacHin-e was coirstrueted, deentefl pea- pea,-fe'ct for acttrti maaufacture. It was a very primiti'. r e looking affair, wiufeittg only capital letter-B. anft it had a eurioiis foot treadle, whick, was soon ranlaeeS t*y th« now fartniliour fcacfd-carriage feturn. "the public didn't cotton to ths new inven-tl-on to aity great degr«e. They rather resented "printed let-, ters," as an htsiimation lagainsi: their ability to read and Write. T&ere Is a stoiy fold oS a '-K-eQ tacky moitataineer, vrtto returae-d iiiis first "typed" letter, with these* wor«t3 scribbled -Qn the m-Mgin: "You s*e&d-a't print no letter for mc.. I kin read writia'."