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' S-" engagement in the Adriatic, in | the German railroad to Shan tun-,', which two Austrian ships were | China, to America. Tokio believes sunk. I however, that the United States is The same newspaper says Greece I pursuing the policy of neutrality has sent troops to aid Servia in her outlined by President Wilson and fight against Austria. Paris:—Zeppelin airship number 8. according to an official announcement to-day was destroyed by French shells at a point between Cell and Bandonville. The dirigible was coming from the direction of Strassburg. London:—The British Official Press Bureau announces that Austliat it will not accept the transfer. Paris:—Gallant Belgian commander has blown up his fortress to keep it from the enemv. France makes the official announcement indicating that the line is being forced hick by powerful German pressure. This is confirmed by mysterious wireless news from German sources. It is declared that Austria has tria-Hungarian government has| a pp roa ched Italy for according fac ordered the Austrian cruiser Kaij|itie* to theallied fleets in the Adserin Elizabeth, now in Kiao Chau harbour, to disarm and the crew to proceed to Tsien. riatic, and it is possible that a dclaration of war between Italy and Austria will be announced next week. Paris:—A dispatch to a Paris| news agency denies the report) London:-RoutersSt. Petersburg which it has received that Emperor -correspondent says that it was of. Ificially announced in the Russian |capital toclav that the last feW Francis is sufferine from severe illness and that the Prince of Wied has left Albania, but confirms the report that his two sons lnvegone. London:—Paris dispatches to a Paris news agency say that France and Great Britain have agreed to advance Belgium one hundred million dollars to enable her to meet the situation. The two nations will each provide half of the sum advanced. London hears that British and French troopsare facing Germany's entire available army. All reports show that the great battle will last many days. German casualties up to this day have been enormous and Berlin is one war hospital. London also hears that all North Belgium has been evacuated by the Kaisers troops which are been rush, ed towads Clnrleroi. The allied forces are concentraedat Strategic points, strongly supported by immense forces. Tokio:—Japan4wsdeclared war on Germany. Hie failure of Germany to reply to the ultimatum has brought .natters to acrisis. All Japan thrilled when announcement was made of the war. Lantern pro I cessions gave the people opportuni-1 ty to express their loyalty to the Mikado and to their kingdom. Baron Chinda informs Washington that the declaration of war has been made, and reiterates the pro. mise that Chinese territory will be respected. Japanese newspaper* are ur prised that America should be mi pieinus of Japans attitude. The Chinese statesmen express full faith in* |apan and sav that she Could not afford to lose the gor.dwill of America. Germans in Russia make their Mcape after arrest and flee in China disguised as Chinamen. It is reported in Tokio that Or. many has been trying to transfer days of fighting resulted in the wholesale retreat of the Germans Giving Russia control of Fast Prussia reyond tire Vitula River. The French war office inform it citizen 1 that in the great battle which is now on. thaetide may ebb for several days before victory comes. —:o: — On Wednesday last the tern schooner "C. D. Pickles" arrived from Antilla, Cuba. The tern schooner "Albert D. Mills" arrived Irom Port Royal Jamacia on Thursday last. AUSTRIA SENDS 400.000 MEN TO SHATTER SERVIAN LINES. A telegraph from Nish, the temporary capital "f Servia, says no fewer than four hundred thousand Austrian; have made a general night attack on the Servian frontier. The Austrian successes seem to De of minor degree and Servia hopes to cleat the invader out again. Very wisely, the allies have now drawn the veil over movements and situations of their troops, and those of us who sit at home as spectators just have to wail in patience for events, Another despatch from Nish says I the \ustrians renewed last night I their attempt to cross the -Danube I at Belgrade and at other points, but were repulsed. I A despatch to the Renter TeleI gram Company from Nish, dated i August 13, and sent by way of Athens.givs the Servian official nr. count of recent fighting on the frontier. "Four hundred thousand Anstrians" says the War Oifice, "attacked the Servians last night. A fierce battle extended all along the line. Finally the Austrians werrepulsed with heavy casualties toe ward Tekia, on the Roumanian frontier, and also were repulsed from Belgrade, where they had attempted to cross the Danub", but through numerical superiority the enemv suceededin crossing the Save." The correspondent of Reuter's Telegram Company at Trieste Ausfria-lf ungary, his despatch coming by wav of Amsterdam, telegraphs that the Austrian Lloyd Steamship Company has despatched the steamship Wurmbrand to, Pola to bring to Trieste these survivors of the steamship Baron Gautsch. The Biron Gautch was destroyed bv a mine off the island of I.ussin and 150 of the passengers and crew wfc lost. An aqua I number survived and most of them are without rJWTOS, The captain of the Wurmbrand was authori/.ed to a Ivance the money npecessary for the immediate need of the res cued, who include many women. For Sale IGFRATOK condition. Price Reasonn EFRIGERATOR m good Shingles Rest No. 1 Heart 5JwCypres Shingles at $9.60per thoussand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5'in. Cypress at §6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDFRS. Notice T his is to inform the public that if any person or persons are found trespassingonjmv lot of land situate on Forbes Hill in the Island of Little Exuma, they will he dealt with according to the Law. EARNEST CLARKE (Owner) JACOB CLARKE (Overseer') Forbes Hill, Little Exuma July ^M ioj-1able. Apply "Tribune Office" TIME MONEY and LABOUR. SAVER. T HE New Vacuum Washer is the latest invention for Washer women : this is a new machine which will wash a tub full of clothes in ten minutes. It is verv simple a child can use. it. Try one and he convinced. Sold bv R.T. 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3 CD P "3 3 CD 0) a o (D Nulllue e-ddictue Jurare In verba ma.gietri. Being bound lo sweo-r to the Dogmas %  ! no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Monday. August 24.1914 No. 20o 1. CK.HKKT DUPUOH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFIOI: :a-4J MAKKKT STKKKT .YIJ.-MIII, .V. /'. Hahamas • P. O. BOX UK PUBLISHED DAILY '.I Monday, Wednesday anil Friday— single copy Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single copy "' Weekly 4ll Monthly I S -H' 1 Quarterly 4 *fllf Yearly "• Yearly I ** PAYAHI.K IN ADVANCE MrV isinp Rates— Six pence pet line HI insertion; three pence par line fcacood insertion ; ;ind one pcrinv pet line for lubaqoent insertions. Advertisement! under eight lines ,|s. S Latest War News Special toThc Nassau Guardian New York i It is reported tliat Gcrmttfl troops have occupied Ostend, on the North vvisi const of Belgium) where it was report*] tliit part of the Drrtiah troops WCM i" land. A terrifficbattle was commenced today between tho Allies aid Gerimns. The fighting line of the opposing forces extends from Charlroi lo N'atmir, the scene of m my r.ritish victories in past Wart, The Allies are confident and iviger to meet the German forces, who have already been worsted by the Belgian*about Lief*. (leiin tny lias ignored Japan'* ultimatum, which expires at noon to. morrow. Japan has sent n Fleet and lorces lo attack. Kim Chin, the great Gsrman fortress in North China, —:": RADIOGRAMS. August afd 1914. London 22: —T'liii t v miles n" front bittle being fought after three we;Ws mobilizing the G T mm an I allied fotcs begin great contest". The armies are attempting movement! lo turn each others flank. France will no longer treat captured officers and men with more than bare humanity. Rich Americans who own villas in Normandy are working in fields and orchards to help gather the crops. German brutality will bring out reprisals. The question o*f food in the case of a siege of Paris is receivingconsideration, England thinks that the big battle is yet to come and wains against optimism. New York a:—The Associated Pres hai received the following message Through the German Embassy: a Berlin 22:— The Associated Press, New York. Germany is completely cut off from the rest of the world and can neither send out news nor receive it. The Empire therefore is unable to defend itself against the falsehoods propagafd by the press of hostile countries. It CM only defend itself bv its deeds. The German people will be pro. foundly grateful for every effort lo disseminate the truth. Yon Bethmann Hollweg. Imperial German Chancellor, Washington:—Germany's time hasexp ; ied (or answering Japans Kiao Chau ultimatum. The next step will be an attack bv land and M a on the China Ports. Japan promises to observe nil her pledges to Great Britain and the United %  states and return territory. Failure on the pirt of Germany to answer thultimatum mans Japan will aeize Chinese cession and capture or destroy German fleet in the Far East. The Interests of Japan in(ier many have been turned over to the American Ambassador. The Jan.mese charge d' affairs has been ordered to leave at four o'clock this morr.ing. Paris:-Rural France is making n v i iiant struggle to harvest i's .-.ops only Hi" old and crippled m sn, w nvsn, y uhs and children are working in the fields, Antwerp:—A great battle bet Ween the Germans and alfied g forces began Saturday mornin according to an official announce" ment. The line extends from Namur to Charleroi, a distance of 20 miles. London: -The official informa. tfon bureau announced this after, noon that an artillery attack on Namur by the Germans was in progress. The Exchange Telegraph has a despatch from Ostend which says that apparently a big battle has taken place this morning in the environ of Charleroi. &f The former director of the foreign department of the TIMES in a statement tonight declared that Japanese ultimatum to Germany would have occurred despite the Anglo-Japanese treaty. The official news bureau announces that two steamers Mary. land and Copenhagen and a Danish steamer the Hroberg struck mines in the North Sea and foundeted. Antwerp:—An English and German cavalry brigade had a sharp fight on Saturday on the field of Waterloo. Rome:—The holy of the Pope is laid to rest. In a simple casket on which lies a golden cross Pius IX. is buried in the crypt in the pre•sence of the prelates, the diplomacorps and Romm aristocracy. London: — \ despatch from Reuters from Ghent says that it is rumoured that theQermans are marching towards France bv way of Oudenande.a town 14 miles southwest of Ghent. Rome:— Guglielmo Marconi, inventor of Wireless Telegraphy, has offered his scientific knowledge to the Italian government in case this country is drawn into the general European war. Elgin, Illinois:— Spencer Wishbart. a wealthy young Philadelphia racer was killed here today in the Elgin National Road Race, when hit car turned turtle going at a %  peed of eighty miles an hour. August 24th, 1914 Rome:-ANVAN IT to-day says that there has been another naval


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Nulllue e-ddictue Jurare In verba ma.gietri.
Being bound lo sweo-r to the Dogmas ! no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Monday. August 24.1914
No. 20o
1. CK.HKKT DUPUOH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFIOI: :a-4J makkkt stkkkt
.Yij.-miii, .V. /'. Hahamas
P. O. BOX UK
PUBLISHED DAILY
'.I
Monday, Wednesday anil Friday
single copy .........
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ......... "'
Weekly ............ 4ll
Monthly ............IS-H'1
Quarterly...........4*-
fllf Yearly............"
Yearly ............I**
PAYAHI.K IN ADVANCE
MrV
isinp Rates- Six pence pet line
HI insertion; three pence par line
fcacood insertion ; ;ind one pcrinv pet
line for lubaqoent insertions.
Advertisement! under eight lines ,|s.
S
Latest War News
Special toThc Nassau Guardian
New York i
It is reported tliat Gcrmttfl troops
have occupied Ostend, on the North
vvisi const of Belgium) where it was
report*] tliit part of the Drrtiah
troops wcm i" land.
A terrifficbattle was commenced
today between tho Allies aid Ger-
imns. The fighting line of the op-
posing forces extends from Charl-
roi lo N'atmir, the scene of m my
r.ritish victories in past Wart,
The Allies are confident and
iviger to meet the German forces,
who have already been worsted by
the Belgian*about Lief*.
(leiin tny lias ignored Japan'* ul-
timatum, which expires at noon to.
morrow. Japan has sent n Fleet
and lorces lo attack. Kim Chin,
the great Gsrman fortress in North
China,
:":
RADIOGRAMS.
August afd 1914.
London 22: T'liii t v miles n"
front bittle being fought after
three we;Ws mobilizing the G t
mm an I allied fotcs begin great
contest". The armies are attempt-
ing movement! lo turn each others
flank.
France will no longer treat cap-
tured officers and men with more
than bare humanity.
Rich Americans who own villas
in Normandy are working in fields
and orchards to help gather the
crops.
German brutality will bring out
reprisals.
The question o*f food in the case
of a siege of Paris is receivingcon-
sideration,
England thinks that the big bat-
tle is yet to come and wains
against optimism.
New York a:The Associated
Pres hai received the following
message Through the German Em-
bassy: a
Berlin 22:
The Associated Press,
New York.
Germany is completely cut off
from the rest of the world and can
neither send out news nor receive
it. The Empire therefore is unable
to defend itself against the false-
hoods propagafd by the press of
hostile countries. It CM only de-
fend itself bv its deeds.
The German people will be pro.
foundly grateful for every effort lo
disseminate the truth.
Yon Bethmann Hollweg.
Imperial German Chancellor,
Washington:Germany's time
hasexp;ied (or answering Japans
Kiao Chau ultimatum. The next
step will be an attack bv land and
Ma on the China Ports. Japan
promises to observe nil her pledges
to Great Britain and the United
states and return territory. Failure
on the pirt of Germany to answer
th- ultimatum mans Japan will
aeize Chinese cession and capture
or destroy German fleet in the Far
East. The Interests of Japan in(ier
many have been turned over to the
American Ambassador. The Ja-
n.mese charge d' affairs has been
ordered to leave at four o'clock this
morr.ing.
Paris:-Rural France is making
n viiiant struggle to harvest i's
.-.ops only Hi" old and crippled
m sn, w nvsn, y uhs and children
are working in the fields,
Antwerp:A great battle bet
Ween the Germans and alfied
g
forces began Saturday mornin
according to an official announce"
ment. The line extends from
Namur to Charleroi, a distance of
20 miles.
London: -The official informa.
tfon bureau announced this after,
noon that an artillery attack on
Namur by the Germans was in pro-
gress.
The Exchange Telegraph has a
despatch from Ostend which says
that apparently a big battle has
taken place this morning in the
environ of Charleroi.
? The former director of the foreign
department of the TIMES in a
statement tonight declared that
Japanese ultimatum to Germany
would have occurred despite the
Anglo-Japanese treaty.
The official news bureau an-
nounces that two steamers Mary.
land and Copenhagen and a Danish
steamer the Hroberg struck mines
in the North Sea and foundeted.
Antwerp:An English and Ger-
man cavalry brigade had a sharp
fight on Saturday on the field of
Waterloo.
Rome:The holy of the Pope is
laid to rest. In a simple casket on
which lies a golden cross Pius IX.
is buried in the crypt in the pre-
sence of the prelates, the diploma-
corps and Romm aristocracy.
London: \ despatch from Reu-
ters from Ghent says that it is ru-
moured that theQermans are march-
ing towards France bv way of Ou-
denande.a town 14 miles southwest
of Ghent.
Rome: Guglielmo Marconi, in-
ventor of Wireless Telegraphy, has
offered his scientific knowledge to
the Italian government in case this
country is drawn into the general
European war.
Elgin, Illinois:Spencer Wish-
bart. a wealthy young Philadelphia
racer was killed here today in the
Elgin National Road Race, when
hit car turned turtle going at a
peed of eighty miles an hour.
August 24th, 1914
Rome:-ANVAN IT to-day says
that there has been another naval


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engagement in the Adriatic, in | the German railroad to Shan tun-,',
which two Austrian ships were | China, to America. Tokio believes
sunk. I however, that the United States is
The same newspaper says Greece I pursuing the policy of neutrality
has sent troops to aid Servia in her outlined by President Wilson and
fight against Austria.
Paris:Zeppelin airship number
8. according to an official announ-
cement to-day was destroyed by
French shells at a point between
Cell and Bandonville.
The dirigible was coming from
the direction of Strassburg.
London:The British Official
Press Bureau announces that Aus-
tliat it will not accept the transfer.
Paris:Gallant Belgian com-
mander has blown up his fortress
to keep it from the enemv.
France makes the official an-
nouncement indicating that the
line is being forced hick by power-
ful German pressure. This is con-
firmed by mysterious wireless news
from German sources.
It is declared that Austria has
tria-Hungarian government has|approached Italy for according fac
ordered the Austrian cruiser Kai- j|itie* to theallied fleets in the Ad-
serin Elizabeth, now in Kiao Chau
harbour, to disarm and the crew
to proceed to Tsien.
riatic, and it is possible that a d-
claration of war between Italy and
Austria will be announced next
week.
Paris:A dispatch to a Paris|
news agency denies the report) London:-RoutersSt. Petersburg
which it has received that Emperor -correspondent says that it was of.
Ificially announced in the Russian
|capital toclav that the last feW
Francis is sufferine from severe
illness and that the Prince of Wied
has left Albania, but confirms the
report that his two sons lnvegone.
London:Paris dispatches to a
Paris news agency say that France
and Great Britain have agreed to
advance Belgium one hundred mil-
lion dollars to enable her to meet
the situation. The two nations will
each provide half of the sum ad-
vanced.
London hears that British and
French troopsare facing Germany's
entire available army. All reports
show that the great battle will last
many days. German casualties up
to this day have been enormous
and Berlin is one war hospital.
London also hears that all North
Belgium has been evacuated by the
Kaisers troops which are been rush,
ed towads Clnrleroi.
The allied forces are concentra-
edat Strategic points, strongly sup-
ported by immense forces.
Tokio:Japan4wsdeclared war
on Germany. Hie failure of Ger-
many to reply to the ultimatum
has brought .natters to acrisis. All
Japan thrilled when announcement
was made of the war. Lantern pro I
cessions gave the people opportuni-1
ty to express their loyalty to the
Mikado and to their kingdom.
Baron Chinda informs Washing-
ton that the declaration of war has
been made, and reiterates the pro.
mise that Chinese territory will be
respected.
Japanese newspaper* are ur
prised that America should be mi
pieinus of Japans attitude.
The Chinese statesmen express
full faith in* |apan and sav that she
Could not afford to lose the gor.d-
will of America.
Germans in Russia make their M-
cape after arrest and flee in China
disguised as Chinamen.
It is reported in Tokio that Or.
many has been trying to transfer
days of fighting resulted in the
wholesale retreat of the Germans
Giving Russia control of Fast
Prussia reyond tire Vitula River.
The French war office inform
it citizen1! that in the great battle
which is now on. thaetide may
ebb for several days before victory
comes.
:o:
On Wednesday last the tern
schooner "C. D. Pickles" arrived
from Antilla, Cuba.
The tern schooner "Albert D.
Mills" arrived Irom Port Royal
Jamacia on Thursday last.
AUSTRIA SENDS 400.000 MEN
TO SHATTER SERVIAN
LINES.
A telegraph from Nish, the tem-
porary capital "f Servia, says no
fewer than four hundred thousand
Austrian; have made a general
night attack on the Servian fron-
tier. The Austrian successes seem
to De of minor degree and Servia
hopes to cleat the invader out
again.
Very wisely, the allies have now
drawn the veil over movements
and situations of their troops, and
those of us who sit at home as
spectators just have to wail in
patience for events,
Another despatch from Nish says
I the \ustrians renewed last night
I their attempt to cross the -Danube
I at Belgrade and at other points,
! but were repulsed.
I A despatch to the Renter Tele-
I gram Company from Nish, dated
i August 13, and sent by way of
Athens.givs the Servian official nr.
count of recent fighting on the
frontier.
"Four hundred thousand Ans-
trians" says the War Oifice, "at-
tacked the Servians last night. A
fierce battle extended all along the
line. Finally the Austrians wer-
repulsed with heavy casualties toe
ward Tekia, on the Roumanian
frontier, and also were repulsed
from Belgrade, where they had at-
tempted to cross the Danub", but
through numerical superiority the
enemv suceededin crossing the
Save."
The correspondent of Reuter's
Telegram Company at Trieste
Ausfria-lf ungary, his despatch
coming by wav of Amsterdam,
telegraphs that the Austrian Lloyd
Steamship Company has despatch-
ed the steamship Wurmbrand to,
Pola to bring to Trieste these
survivors of the steamship Baron
Gautsch. The Biron Gautch was
destroyed bv a mine off the island .
of I.ussin and 150 of the passengers
and crew wfc lost. An aqua I
number survived and most of them
are without rJWTOS, The captain
of the Wurmbrand was authori/.ed
to a Ivance the money npecessary
for the immediate need of the res
cued, who include many women.
For Sale
IGFRATOK
condition. Price Reason-
n EFRIGERATOR m good
Shingles
Rest No. 1 Heart 5JwCypres
Shingles at $9.60per thous-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5'in. Cypress at 6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDFRS.
Notice
This is to inform the public
that if any person or persons
are found trespassingonjmv lot of
land situate on Forbes Hill in
the Island of Little Exuma, they
will he dealt with according to
the Law.
EARNEST CLARKE
(Owner)
JACOB CLARKE
(Overseer')
Forbes Hill, Little Exuma
July ^M ioj-1-
able.
Apply
"Tribune Office"
TIME MONEY and LABOUR.
SAVER.
THE New Vacuum Washer is
the latest invention for
Washer women : this is a new
machine which will wash a tub
full of clothes in ten minutes. It
is verv simple a child can use. it.
Try one and he convinced.
Sold bv
R.T. ROBERTS
Sponge Exchange Grocery
Sole Agent for the Bahama'1
Kerosene
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IN New 50 gallon G ilvaniz-
ed Iron Drums at i8cts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at SOCts
per. Gallon.
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"Frances E.," Nassau N. P.
C. C. 8ATJNDERS
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
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Wood work anil fl >rs.
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tinish, very much superior to shellac <>r
\ .u nish
. Johnson's Flat Wood Flnlsh-f ra
beautiful, artistic. h.ind-rulibcd effete
without the expense of rubbinr.
Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerf' filling the grain ami pom of wood,
preparing it for the finish
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