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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, November 02, 1870, Image 4

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Hinraarck'B Report to King William,
on the Capitulation of Sedan.
jj-e Rive below the fall text of the report from
Count Bismarck to King William, rcgaramg we cap
Itnlaflon or Sedan: .
DoscncBT, Sept. 2, 1870.
WAlterl had repaired hither, lift evening, by jour
Slalestv'a command. In order to take part In the ne
gotiations as tothe capitulation, they were Interrsp
ted -.till about lx st, by tbe granting ottlme for
consideration. This General Wimpflen begged for
after General lloltke bad firmly declared that no
condition other than laying down of arms would be
approved, and that the bombardment wonld be re-
earned at9 A. M., If tbe capitulation nere not previ
ously concluded. Early this morning toward 10
o'clock. General Kellle was announced to me, and
be Informed me that tbe Emperor wished to see me,
and was alreadv on his way from Sedan. The Gen
eral Immediately turned back In order to tell bis Maj
esty that I was following him, and shortly after
wardsalf way between here and Sedan,ln the vi
cinity of Frenois, I found myself opposite the Em
peror. Ills Majesty was In an open carriage w Itb
three'supcrior officers, and with a like number on
horseback close by. Among tbe latter were Generals
"" Castdnau. Reilev, Moskawa, who appeared woun
ded In ttie foot, and Vaubcrt were pcrsonallyknown
t me. Arrived at the carriage I dismounted, step-
ped'np Immediately to the Emperor's side, and asked
His,Maje!v's commands. The Emperor expressed
a wish to fee your Majesty, apparently thinking that
your Majesty was at Donchery. Alter I bad re-
pried that jour Majesty's headquarters were at tbe
moment threc(Gcrman) miles distant, at Vendresse,
tbe Emperor asked whether any place had been fixed
Is tbe locality whither he might repair, and, In fine,
what'my opinion was on the matter. I replied tliat
I bad come here when It was quite dark, tbe country
'bang unknown to me, and placed at bis disposal tbe
house occupied by me at Donchery, which 1 would
at once vacate. Tbe Etnrlcror accepted tbls, and pro
ceeded toward Donchery, but halted about 100 paces
from the Meuse bridge leading into the town, before
a working man's house, standing J)J itself, and asked
whether be, could dismount there. I sent Count
(Bismarck Bohlcn, who, in the Interim, had followed
me, to Inspect the bouse, and after he had announced
that, its internal accomodation was very poor and
narrow but then It was free from wounded, tbe
Emperor dismounted and directed me to follow him
Inside. Here, In a very small room, containing one
table and two cbalrs, I bad about an hour's conver
sation with the Emperor. Ills Majesty was extreme
ly anxious to obtain more favorable terms of capitu
lation lor the army. I declined to discuss this niat
teriwitb'Uls Majesty, when to purely a military
question was pending between General Moltke and
General Wimpflen. On the other band. 1 asked tbe
Emperor whether His Majesty, was inclined to ne
gotiate for peace, tbe Emperor replied that, as a
prisoner he was not now in a position to do so, and
on my further question, by whom, In his view, tbe
executive authority of France was at present repre
sented, Ilis Majesty referred me to bis government at
Paris. Alter tbe clearing up of this point, which
Jrem the Emperor's letter of yesterday to your Maj
esty could not be certainly Judged or, I perceived,
and did not conceal tbls lrom tbe Emperor, and the
situation, to day as yesterday, offered no other prac
tical question than the military one, and 1 signified
the necessity which therefore rested on us of ob
taining, before all things through the capitulation
of Sedan, a material pledge lor tbe stability of tbe
mHttary results already achieved. I had already yes
terdaj evening considered the question on all sides
with General Moltke whether it nould be possible,
.without prejudice to German Interests, to offer more
favorable conditions than tbose laid down, in defer
ence to the military feeling of honor of an army
wMdi bad fought well. Alter due consideration
we had felt ourselves obliged to Settle tbe question
In tbe negative. When, therefore. General Moltke,
.who meanwhile had come from the town, went to
yur Majesty for the purpose ol laying before you
the Emperor's wishes, this was not, as yourMajeoty
knows, with the intention of supporting them.
The Emperor then went out Into tbe open airland
Invited ma to sit by him before the door cf tbe
bWse; His Majesty submitted to me tbe question
-whether it was not practicable to allow the French
wray to cross the Belgian frontier, In order that they
raigM be disarmed and "interned." I bad already,
"the previous evening, conversed on tbls eventuality
wMfc (lateral Moltke, asrt-gaided the political situ
ettoe, I on my side did not take tbe initiative, nor
dm We Emperor, except mai ueocpiureu me uiimut
tone or war, and affirmed that be himself had not, de
sired war, but had been forrcd into it by tbe pres
sure of public opinion In France.
Through Inquiries In the place, and especially
through a search by officers of tbe general staff, it
bad meantime, between 9 and 10 o'clock, been ascer
tained that the Chateau of Bellevue, near Frenois
was salted to the reception of the Emperor, and
moreover, was not occupied by wounded. I men
tlonedMbls to His Majesty, fixing Frenois as the,
place wbTch I should propose to your Majesty for
the Interview, and, accordingly put it to the Empe
ror -whether His Majesty would nlsh to proceed
thither at once, as to remain within a small work
Ivgmau's cottage was Inconvenient, and the Empe
ror worild possibly require some rest. His Majesty
aaquletctd, and I accompanied the Emperor a
guard of honor of jour Majesty's body-culraseicr
yglment preceding him t o the Chateau of Bellevue,
Wherein the Interim tbe Emperor's additional suite
and equipages, tbe arrival of which out of the town
bad till then appeared uncertain, had come from
Sedan. General Wimpffcn also arrived, w lib bom,
in expectation of the return of General Moltke, tbe
dlseusslou of tbe capitulation negotiations, broken
ofTjestcrday, was renewed by General Fodbiclsky,
In the presence of Lieutenant Colonel Vcrdy and
General Wlmpffen's chief of the staff, both of which
officers drew up the protocol. x I only took part In
them by sketching tbe political and legal situation
according to tbe explanation given me by the km
peror himself. From Count Nostiz, commissioned
by General Moltke, 1 received the aunouncement
that jour Majesty wonld sec tbe Emperor only alter
the conclusion of the capitulation an Intimation or
which wc hope on the other 6ide or obtaining other
conditions than those laid dowii was given up. I rode
on upon this with tbe Intention ot Informing your
Majesty of the position or affairs toward Doncherrv,
but ou the way I met General Moltke with tbe text
of tbe capitulation approved by your Majesty; and
this, arter we went togethcrto Frenois, was then ac
cented and sUrned without dispute. The conduct of
General Wimpffcn, as also that of the other French
Generals the previous night, was verj becoming.
That brave officer could not refrain from expressing
to me hisgreat pain at being called on, forty-eight
hours arter his arrival from Africa, and hall a day
after taking the command, to subscribe bts name to
a capitulation so deplorable for the French nation.
Want of provisions and munitions, however, and tbe
absolute Impossibility ofany farther derence imposed
ou bim as a General, the duty of restraining his per
sonal feelings, as further bloodshed could not alter
tte situation. The concession of tbe releaso of the
officers on their word of honor was accepted with
warm thanks, as an expression or your Majesty's In
tention not to overstep tbe limits which our politi
cal and military interests made necessary w 1th regard
to the feelings of an army which bad fought bravely.
To this sentiment General Wimpffcn afterward gave
expression In a letter. In which he thanked General
Moltke for the very considerate minnerln which the
Bcgotlatlons were on bta side conducted.
It is announced from Washington that the Western
Union Telegraph Company proposes to co-operate
with th War Department for the rapid transmission
of -"the telegraphio reports of th observation and
report of storms for the benefit of commerce on the
Northern Lakes and seaboard. The managers of the
Company, regarding the undertaking as of national
im portance, propose to place their wires at the disposal
of the War Department on liberal terms. The organ
isation of the telegraphic circuit for the simultaneous
transmission of the weather reports to and from the
Board of Trade Rooms and the principal cities
-throughout the United States, will be the most exten
aivatbaThaa ever been attempted.
' KiAniT all tie Soman Catholie professors of the
TJmVersity of Munich, who do not belong to the The
ologieal FaeuUy, have signed a protest against the
eeeumeneity of the Vatican Couocil and the dogma of
Infallibility. The Theological Faculty are expected
to issue a protest of their own.
The Great Boat Itacc.
SptcHJ Dispatch to the New YorkTlmw, 8-pt. 14.
After considerable dispute and delay, the great
international boat-race came oil tbia afternoon,
at Lachine, in the presence of fnlly 40,000 spec
tator?, and resulted in a decUed and handsome
victory for the Tyne crew, though the straggle
was necessarily a severe one, so magnilkently did
the St. John crew contest the race. The large
number of visitors to the city, who have poureJ
into the place during the last two days by train
and boat, suddenly disappeared this morning, and,
with an immense throng of residents, set out for
Lachine in order to view the race.
ArPEARXNCE OF TUB TTSE CREW.
At 3 o'clock, the judges fired the two shots
agreed upon as a signal to the rival crews to pre
pare for the start, and a loud cheiT from those
on shore announced that one of the crews was
coming. Jt proved to be the famous Tyne crew,
of England, and it was with a sodden thrill that
those on the judges' boat saw the Englishmen
shoot away from the wharf, and come with a rush
toward the starting posts. A faint cheer fullowcd
the men of Tyne as they left the shore, and the
cry was taken op by thoje on the steamers and
barges, though it was easy to see that they were
not the popular favorites in the race. The crew
returned the salutation given them by a spon
taneous wave of their caps as they rested on
their oars, and permitted their frail craft to rap
idly glide over the rippling water. The men
were dressed in white drawers and sleeveless
shirts, and were the very embodiment of health
.and strength. They managed their boat with a
careless grace that showed their perfect training,
and the tide began to turn in favor of the Tyne
men.
.A VEXATIOCS DFTLAT.
Minnte after tninnte pasted by, and yet the St.
John crew failed to make its appearance, and a
warm dispute arose on the judges' boat between
the umpires, relative to the condition of the water.
Mr. Sheriff Harding claimed that the water was
too rough for a race, but Jack Adams, the Tyne
judge, was willing to let his men make tbe race.
wind or no wind. The row grew fast and furious,
until the referee, Mr. Molson, decided to
postpone the race for another day. The news
spread with marvelous rapidity through the fleet,
and as the Tyne crew rowed back to the land
ing, the spectators began to be restive, and were
not easily pacified by the appearance of the
Indians and their canoes, the race scarcely at
tracting any attention, as the proceeding was a
farcical one in every sense. Meanwhile, Mr.
Adams began grumbling in no amiable mood, and
created a good deal of disturbance in his peculiarly
energetic manner, until he was asked to stop aud
enter into conversation. Considerable discussion
ensued, and the result was that the referee or
dered the race to take place, and fixed the hour
at 5 p. M., blor? or no blow.
PREFACING FOR THE COXTEST.
The crews were notified of the derision, and
they made their appearance on the course simul
taneously at 5:10. The St. John men came up.
looking like ordinary boatmen, in old hats and
clothes. The Tyne men were attired as on their
first appearance, and looked far better. The
necessary preliminaries being arranged, the crews
prepared for the race. Tbe St. John men dis
robed themselves in the p: esence of the spectators.
and took their position in flesh-colored lights of
drab silk, nith close fitting pink shirts and scarlet
cap3. The Tyne men threw their caps into the
attending boat, and flung off their shirts also,
thus being almost naked.
THE START.
A few seconds after, the boats look np their
positions, and, at the word, both leaped forward
in perfect unison, amid the concentrated roar of
thirty thousand human throats, uttering tbe
wildest description of cheers. Then commenced
a magnificent struggle. The Tyne crew gave
rapid play to their oars, and started off with a
pull of fully forty-two to tho minute, the St.
John men being palpably slower in their move
ments, owing to the boat being filled with water
by a sudden squall that had sprung np almost at
the moment the race began. The advantage
gained by" the Tyne crew in the six or seven
seconds lollowing the start, was seized to enable
them to draw ahead of their opponents, and give
them the swell and wake-water from their own
boat. Inch by inch the gap increased, until it
reached a dozen lengths before the boats were
lost sight of, causing a few of the enthusiasts to
remark that the Englishmen would win by half a
mile.
AT TnE STAKE.
The boats made rapid headway up the river
without accident, the Tyne crew reaching their
three-mile stake-boat iu 23 minutes and 40
seconds, the St. John men coming up 40 seconds
behind. Doth crews turned the stukc-buats in
handsome style, though for some reason Iho Tyne
men seemed to hang fire a little in leading down
stream, thus enabling their opponents to lessen
the gap.
THE HOMESTRETCH AND THE FINISH.
Down stream came the boats with a terrific
rush of speed, and when they came in sight tbe
ear became deafened by the hoarse scream of
tho steamboat whistles and the checr3 of the
people. Thoso fortunate enough to have glasses
proclaimed that the Tyne crew nere ahead, and
they passed the winning post in exactly 40
minutes and 59i seconds, the Sf. John coming
in 30 seconds behind, or a distance of eleven
lengths. They were received with enthusiasm in
consequence of the splendid burst of speed they
were maintaining at the finish.
AFTER THE TICTORX.
So ended the great race for tbe championship
of the boating world, and the prize and the
honor go over the sea with the gallant crew that
came three thousand miles for it. Kenforth, the
Tyne stroke-oar, slipped on his shirt, and jumping
on board of the Club boat, took up a handsome
collection for the defeated crew, as a recognition
of the closeness or the contest.' It may be proper
to say that the Tyne men were loud in their
praise of the St. John men, and averred that it
was the severest race they had ever passed
through. They consider the Paris crew second
only to themselves, and seemed to consider the
race as hardlv earned. -
PrjNCHiSELi.o glvcs.an interior view of a Western
lawyer's sanctum, into which steps a charming
young lady, and breathlessly exclaims: ."Ob, Sir,
I want to get a divorce." The spirit of the law
looks up from the ocean or papers' In which It is im
mersed: and glancing at a shock-headed bantling
perched blgbupon a three-legged stool, sunuts In a
tone or professional acerbity, " Divorce f Certain
ly 1 Boy, give the lady a divorce."
A Malax Anthology has keen begun by the Royal
Institute for the Philology, Geography, and Natural
History ir Ketherland's India. The first part has
already appeared hi an 8ro volume of above SCO
pages. It most prove extremely interesting.
The great Napoleon's proverb, " Providence Is on
tbe side which has the heaviest artillery," Is only
an euphemism, for " the side that would conquer a
peace must have the most pieces."
A jrewLT discovered Chinese poem, " LI Sao,"
written 300 years before Christ, Is said to prove that
the existence of America was known to the Chinese
at that time. And perhaps also Hawaii.
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Direct Importations
FROM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
The jLarcst and
Best -Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OS THE HAWAIIAN GROUP,
Consisting in Part of, rii the Celebrated
SCOTCH TWEED SUITS!
Cashmere, Cloth A Drill Garments,
in all rarieties.
Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits,
Boys' White Linen Cashmere
and Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DAVIES i CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Daries Jl Jones, in all grades,
OTcrslilrl!! Ovcrnlilrta ! OTcrulilrts
in GreT Flannel. Diagonal.
Printed and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE GOODS
ARE AT
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery
For Gents', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENCLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
AND
"STanlcee TVotions !
Boots cto Slaocs!
Boots and Shoes,
Boots & Shoes,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS.
At the Terj- lowest possible Price,
By tbe original package.
M.S. CRINBAUM &CO.,
15-tf Makee's Block.
BOMJES & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
BY THE
AND ALSO
BY OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
A Fine Assortment of
Ship Chandlery,
Groceries, &c,
Wnicn TTILL BE SOLD
On tho Most Reasonable Terms.
A3IEKTCAJT MESS UVEV &. Prime Pork,
in Bond. For Sale by
33 nOLLBS A CO.
BEST ENGLISH Portland Cement,
juit arrived per Bark R. C. WYLIE. and for
sale by
33 BOLLES .1 CO.
BLACK PAINT, received per R. O. WYLIE.
aod for sale by
38 BOLLES 4 CO.
HEMP COltUACK.-mtl from 2 to 7 inch.
Also Uouslioe, Marline, Wormline. Seising,
cpan-yarn, just received per J., u. n iL.lt, and
for sale by
33 BOLLES i CO.
B
AKREl.S COAL TAIL per R. C. WYLIE,
and for sale by
8 BOLLES A CO.
BEST GOLDEN GATE Family Flour,
Baker's Extra, and Superfine Flour, received
per COMET, and for sale by
35 BOLLES A CO.
C1I1AIN CA1H.ES, sites rrom 1 to 1 inch,
I received rer R. C. WYLIE.
and ror sale by (38) BOLLES k CO.
CALIFOUNIA LIJIE,-500 barrels, just re
ceived fresh rrom the Kiln.
and for sale by (38) BOLLES A CO.
HEMP CANVAS,
Best Arbroath Flax Canvas.
for sale by (12) BOLLES k CO.
JlTcMUIlKAY'S OYSTEItS, in 1 and 2 lb,
-LYJL cans. For sale by
28 . BOLLES k CO.
"D ED BRICK, a few thousand or the very best
JLV quality, juit received by the COMET, and for
sale by
.33 BOLLES k CO.
PHILADELPHIA COAL.
IfiO TOXS I,e,t Quality Phlla. Coal,
ttUU ex Bark STERLING. Caot. Hardin?.
For sale by
33 nnr.r.EK rn
For Sale!
BEST WALLS END STEAM nOUSE COAL,
Also a lot of second hand Fire Bricks. Annly ta
ntau .viu, ifitu. w-u . li. UUtiti.
For Rent or Lease.
;;! THAT VERY Desirable H-iilencc,
"-No. 1 OS Nuuanu Street. Apply to"
25-
For Sale !
rpHE LAND OF AUAUKEA, NORTH KOSA.
I Hawaii Tl.ar In ITailna 1T. U - 1 -
Land of Hikaliu Hila IT..,;!
Catlle Ranch on Hawaii. For particulars annlr to
April 2Cth, 1870 15-tf W. L. OREEN.-
For Sale !
ALARGE-F:LATE IRON STEAM JACKET
Pan. 13 feet X & feet z 2 feet. Anclr tn
April Sfch, 1870.lJ.tf w. L. S KEEN.
MEECfPANDISE, &0.
F. A. SGHAEFE k CO.
HAVK JUST RECEIVED PER
Hawaiian Bark I. C, WYLIE,
HaltcrrauBB,
Muster.
jpjrt-mrt Bremen,
A LARCE ASSORTMENT
OF
CHOICE GOODS!
Caxefally Selected
FOR THIS MARKET!
Gossisnxa or
English, German & French
DRY GOODS!
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS,
Clothing, Hosiery, Hardware,
GROCERIES!
GERMAN LAGER BEER & ALE
KIUiic IVluc, French Win-.
Slien-y and Vort,
French Cognac & Holland Gin,
Hcidstck & Co's Champagne,
Etc. Etc. Etc. Ktc.
ALL OF WHICH THEY. OFFER
For Sale at the most Reasonable Rates
AT WHOLESALE
AND
K.ETAIT-.!
sr
CASTJLE & COOKE,
Consisting In Part of
Finest White all Vol 4.1 Fhseet.
Finest White ainVoeJA Anivla Whka FUands,
Good Ore? and lVbtHaB Vast
Flannals, 194 BttaaheJ Sheeting,
Themptau's Gtav.P.4tinK Cttrsets.
Ainvskeag Debime, JeaM, DriOs aa4
Bleached and Unbleached Oottons.
A Sup'r ass't of Stationery,
Water Lined Note Paper.
Whito Ruled Note Paper.
White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter and DBt Panr.
White. Caff and Am her and Ltttr aa4 Net
Envelopes,
Parson's Ioilehble, and Carter's Cfniglak.
Artlfti' A BMk.kteeets' FfexlVft Rulers,
Smith .1 Wesson's Pistafa a Cartridge.
Hair Girths, Stirrups a Leathers,
Sanish Trees, Craupeaaad Bridles,
Oak Belting. Street BrMni,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Italian I'ucltlnr I.ace Leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zinc k Lead, In I, J.i.f B entalntr.
Paris and Chrame Creen,
Chorse Yellow. Umber. Sienner.
Patent Brrer. VwmiBlen.
Whiting Prussian, Blae, Bladders af Puttj,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright,. Copal and.Farnitora.Varaljh,
Boiled Unseed 03. Xurpstnllae.
Union's Blacking, Oaf re MMs,
Axe. Pick. Ste-lge. Ads, Ilfre, Oo,
Hammer A Chttel llaodtes.
Wool Cards, Saddles. Enameled Trunks,
Coopers' Tools,
Croiers, Uowals, and Cbaopeiing Knlvts,
Carpenter's Planes,
Fore, Smooth, Jsci k Jointers,
Cut Nails, 3, A, 8, 3. 10. (2. 2t, 30. it, 54 aai
COd. Boat Nails, 1, 1, 1 a Z Inch.
Pressed Nail. 2 a 21 Inch.
Cooper's Rivets, , 7 a 8 the.
Copper Rivet 4 Burs, I, ,
lj rneb, GtmpTaaks.
Iran a Copper Tacks ot all sizes.
Best Rubber Hose. i. i. 1. 1 a 5 Inch.
Centrifugal. Varnish, Paint. White-Wash.
and Scrub Brushes, OsitM Tin Paris,
i. I, 2, 3, 4. S. 8, 10'a 12 quart.
Covered Stop Pails, Dippers,
Dijb and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. Thtnjt,stel.
Hammers. Gauges, Squares, Chisel.
Augers, Sieve. Lime Squcesers,
Yard Sticks, Bung StLflen. Aitt,
Shovel. Spades, Oos. Lanterns,
Eagle Horse. A and O Pls and
Points, Paris Plows, tstra heavy and rtranj.
Protoxide of Iron. Pain Killer.
Poland's White Pine Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Eta.. Ztc
Doweer's Kerosene S31L,
Fram-lb Boston. Haas.
And Many Other Articles
ALL TO BE SOLB 1QW.
GROCERIES! GKOCEXIES I!
Quick Sales and Small Profit:
-AT-
R YAK'S RAILROAD STORE
32 Cot. Nuuaau and JudJ Stmt. fas
CALIFORNIA, OAT HAY, a few bales Uft.
ot a aoferior quality, received ear. " D. C 3ta
ray," asi for sale by
W- 0LL5 A CO.

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