Fort Wayne Journal in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
29 May 1898

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29 May 1898

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Fort Wayne Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne morning journal sunday May 29, 1898. 15 sea sickness t with this antidote before Start ing on a Jour Ney. Either by land or sea. Acquire a Home Stop paying rent. Be your own land lord. Commence to accumulate property. Look ahead. While Young prepare for a comfortable old age. Buy a lot in Lakeside. Twenty five dollars Down and five to ten dollars a month will soon make you the owner of a handsome lot Likely to double in value by the time you have it paid for. And Young Man and Many a Young woman could easily do that. If you have 5200 to pay Dowa the Lane company will help you to the Money which to build. Lakeside has All the advantages of the older settled portions of the City. Call at room 7. Pixley Long Block. Mosquito yachts. The followers of the Small racing Craft have a Busy season before them International contest. In yacht flub Riik a is As follows Adit to tin Loul Wau a Lino a there is probably no sport which i been so effected by the War with Spain As yachting. A Good Many of the Large and Fasi steam yachts have either been sold or loaned to the government Ami the owners or most of the others have decided not to risk putting them in com Mission this season. A great Many of the larger sailing Craft also will not be j taken out of their Winter quarters this summer. All this will of course detract i great Deal from the usual interest and excitement that attend the annual cruises and regattas of the prominent acht clubs. Small boat owners and the Csc who Are iterated in the doings of what is feet will be used. In the shall xxv Canadian Waters a boat longer than 20 feet is Lia ble to ground when her Center Board is Down. It is reported on Good authority that the celebrated Yachtsman and designer unto Hope of Kent. England is anxious to Challenge for the cup with a. 2 footer should the trophy be brought Back to the states. Or. Hope is the in Ventor of the Dagger Center Board. As it is called which is used by the boats of this class. He is a member of the Jun facts sob. To Colorado has 10.hu unionists. Japan has watch factories. Iii re Are 10.000 Iii us Barbers. Coopers von a strike. Cleveland. 0. Prohibits sunday Funer als. Marlon ind printers won nine hour i Day. Montreal plasterers won a strike for i cents an hour. Buffalo structural steel workers r 30 c i hous for filsht hours. Girls employed at a Cleveland rubber works struck against a Cut. Against a Cut from 51.19 to 1. Per 1.000. At Octroi the Street car men s i leads All other organizations enlist ments and enthusiastic Effort. Detroit team owners will hereafter charge a Day for their teams. The since april 1 Lias been so. Denver s ordinance stationary eni Lincors to pass examinations Lias been declared unconstitutional and void. N. Dit Lols. Of Washington his elected second vice president of the International brotherhood. Sixty Mew Tork waiters struck week and Board to and Board. The live labor organizations whose members Are employed in the Hebi Heaters of new York have formed a Council. One Buffalo brewery pays il3fi.500 it Saloon keepers licenses this Spring Ai other pays and six others pay from s35.wo to each. At the meeting of the new York Cen Tail Stibor Union last week the Clear makers Delegate was charged with drink ins non Union Beer. A member of the same Union was condemned or smoking non Union tobacco. Des Molnes la Bakers Are organizing. The pay ranges from so to Jig a. Week and the hours from 12 to is a Day. The Union will insist on a uniform scale of a for bread Bakers and a working Day of not to exceed 12 hours. In England changes in the rates or wages of about work people were reported during March of Xvi sch number 9.350 received advances and Yusfin de decreases. The net result was an in ise estimated at about per head in the weekly wages of those affected. Employees of the Japan railway com Pany won a strike for increased wages. There was a Complete tie up of the in lire main system for several Days. Thig Victory was followed by a voluntary increase of 5 cents per Day in the wages of the employees of the government sys tem. The Tiv Nett Fqy Teks first spin of the manned by professionals. Its member ship comprises most of the Well known Amateur yachtsmen of the country. Nothing in years has contributed so much to the Awakening interest in corinthian racing As the action of the sea Wachaka club in instituting what is Raffl Olally known As the sea Wachaka International Challenge cup for Small the matches for this trophy Are limited to boats whose racing measurement does not exceed the maximum Imit or the so called 25 foot class or fall below the minimum limit of the 15 foot class. The Story of the inception of this race is rather interesting. A new York newspaper Man who is a member of the sea Wachaka and an enthusiastic Canoe St was in England five years ago racing his Canoe in the regattas Over Here. One Day he mentioned to or. Arthur Brand the Well known British Yachtsman that if he would Send a Challenge to the sea Wachaka club for a Small boat corinthian race it would probably be accepted. Or. Brand fell n with the suggestion very heartily and sent Over a Challenge. The result was he sea Wachaka cup. Which has been and has afforded some of the Best sport Ever seen on the Atlantic coast. For two years the sea Wachaka club retained the cup but in js96 the canadians managed to carry it last Spring 11 Little yachts were built to contend for the Honor of trying to win Back the coveted prize. The canadians Milt eight boats from which to select a Lefender. Heavy weather was the Rule luring the trial races. The Momo and designed by the cranes of bos on proved the Best in All work the Momo was finally selected. The Cana Lian boat was the Glencairn ii de ilgner by e. H. Duggan. The breaking of the Tiller of the Cana Dian Craft at the Start of the first race caused her to stave a Hole in her Bow y colliding with the stake boat. By reason of her taking in water she lost he race but she won the others Handly the heavy weather encountered be no clearly in her favor. This year strenuous efforts Are again eng made to win Back the cup. Trial Ces for the purposes of. Selecting the to represent this country will be Leld on july ii 12 and 13. Any Organ cd yacht club May Send a represent Ive to compete in these trial events. He cranes Are building three boats one or Henry c. Eno one for the Crane family and the third for a Syndicate composed of members of the sea Wanha club. Several Western organizations Are also building and As some of the for thames yacht club. The members the sea Wachaka club recognize that one reason of their failure last year was the fact that the Momo was built too rigidly whereas the Canadian racer was put together lightly even to the Point of danger. The consequence was that while the american boat could Only carry 100 or 150 pounds of Lead in her keel a bal last the Canadian Craft was enabled to put in Over 400 pounds which was of. Immense value to her. Although yachtsmen do not approve of making these boats so fragile they recognize that to win the races it must be done. As a matter of fact they strongly disapprove of this sort of boat altogether for after the races Are Over they Are absolutely of no use. The Only Good Point about them is that they serve As excellent training for Amateur yachtsmen. But one does not ordinarily care to go out in a boat in which he has to lie at full length the whole time and perform various acrobatic feats whenever she goes about again these Cockle shells Are too sensitive for Ordi nary purposes. The slightest turn of the Helm will Send them around right on their Keels. A Story is current among the yachtsmen of Long Island sound id regard to the Ethelwynn. One of the american cup defenders. During one of the trial races in the sound the Steersman put Down his Helm and be fore either he or his Crew had time to think the boat had gone around twice. The sort of Craft specially advocated by the sea Wachaka members As Best fitted for Amateur yachtsmen is the knockabout class so popular last year the knockabout properly speaking is a boat with a Mainsail and Foresaid no Bowsprit or at most a very Short one a pole Mast without Topmast and a Cabin. It is Safe and Roomy and especially convenient when ladies Are aboard it is the intention of the race committee of the sea Wachaka club whenever the cup shall be won by an american boat to change the deed if possible so As to make the race for boats that Are less of shells Ana More i like the knockabout and that Are not so expensive to build As the present Type. The last error in the set of a sail will Rendor one of the present Type of rulers of no use. In fact last year the Glen Cairn had a set of silk racing sails. Some of the regulations governing the sea Wachaka cup contest Are interest ing. For instance the helmsman and Crew which is limited to four shall be amateurs. Shifting ballast is not Al Lowed. To outrigger or other Mechan ical service for carrying live ballast outboard is permissible. Sails Are limited to Mainsail jibs and Spinnaker. The formula for determine the racing length under the sea Wachaka Corn Tho election for officers of the inter National typographical Union will take place on Jay 31. For the Erst time la the history of the organization the vote will be taken by the referendum instead of by conventions. It is expected that votes will be cast by the subordinate unions. The amalgamated society of painters and decorators has a membership to new York of Over 6.000, and at the meeting of the Union last week it was decided to organize a Volunteer regi ment 1.000 Strong to take part in the War with Spain about 400 men Cave already enlisted. Denver journeymen plumbers demand that Only one member of a firm allowed to use tools and that he Snail work Only eight hours. The further de Mand is made that no manufactured materials like bolted joints and traps with Ferrules attached shall be permitted in work. They get j4 for eight hours. In the 116 Trade unions of making returns with an aggregate membership of 166.701. J4.mj or per cent were reported As unemployed at the end of March compared with 4.4 per cent at the end of february and with 15 per cent in the 114 Trade unions with a member ship of from which returns were received for March 1897. The National Union of United brewery workmen has refused the request of the Rochester masters Brewers association to modify the contract entered into with general Secretary Bechtold in such a manner As to allow the smaller breweries to pay less than for their of the contract already makes an except Tola where less than three men Are employed in a department. The thirty eight annual report of tha English amalgamated society of car Penters and joiners has just been issued by the general Secretary. F. Chandler and shows that the income amounted to ids and the expenditure to 8s6 4s leaving a Cash balance in Bond at Tho Closa of the year of 10s so or an increase on Tho year of Over thirty two now branches have been opened and six closed. Tho total membership is now 53.057, being an increase of on the previous year. An application from Tho Colliery in Glenmen for Tho abolition of the sliding scale principle and the substitution of a fued and uniform wage for each Grade at an increase ranging Between a Maxi mum of s3 and a minimum of 45 per cent above their present Corning has been referred to a sub committee of the South Wales Coa owners association. The years agreement to abide by the sliding was honorable kept by the Coal miners up to us expiration on the 1st Day of March and then notices were sent in that unless advances of from 10 to 20 per made work would not be resumed. Further a minimum wage is asked for. 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