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.C. Apia, a German port, i?j~tbe Samoan Islands, is reported to have surrendered to the British. The Germans are energetical* ly pressing the Russians in Eastern Prussia. Russian endurance is described as terrific, their dead lying in heaps on the battlefield. Graphic descriptions are given by British soldiers of the almost incnediblffapidtiy of the Gttroan Japanese Hoops have landed -fc— a d vance | in F ra nee. r^spe^te fightipg .continues along the Meuse. St. Peterhurg reports Russian victories after disparate, fighting near Warsaw.,. , Paris .as.laying in an immense supply of food preparatory to a siege of the city by-the Germans. The class of 1914 and reseives are to be called out. ' near Kiao Cjytfn.' "t^ikey is expected to declare War at any rtlbment. She has been advised by England that such an act will be the same assigning her death warrant. 1 Russia has mobilized more men than are needed at present. 4 leaflet declaring that Japan intends to make China a dependency was circulated in Peking, bul has ben suppressed. Desperate fighting continues' along Austrian frontier. The report that Lord Roberts has made any statement regarding the progress of the war is emphatically denied. SUNDAY'S RADIOGRAMS August 30th, 1914. Paris:—In a desperate effort to keep the Germans out of Paris the French and British are gathering every man and gun,available in northwestern France for that purpose. The British and French Forces are in a serious position owing tc> German outflanking movement. Residents within range of the Paris forts are told to evacuate and destroy their houses within four days from Sunday the 30th. The French troops will endeavour to strike the German right and bring forth relief to the British and French forces that have been in a serious condition by outflanking mqvement of'the Germans. Field Marshal Lord Roberts declares that England is in great danger and makes a call for recruits. The outside world is ignorant of what is happening on the battlefield. The Russians continue their mar<;h through East The British and French retire on the west flank of the German army in order to choose ground for aTiercet fight. As far as can be learned the. F,rench massed troops appear intact except for the losses which were inevitable in the weekr. heavy fighting over thevast battle-front. Every day has seen reinforcements advancing to the aid of the French on the Belgian frontier. The French operating along interior lines are able to shift an army corps from one point to another swiftly, it is said that the allies are probably in a stronger position today than they were Sunday. London—The woundedjrom the naval battle have arriv ed at London aboard British war vessels and are being treated in the hospitals. Eleven German vessel^ were sunk in the battle. Most of the. wounded were picked up at sea after their vessels had beeasunk by the British. The English ships show plainly the effect pf the German shells. Paris:—Boulogne has been evacuated. The Governor of Paris has ordered all houses within the defence zone to be destroyed within four days, and preparations for a siege of Paris are being rushed. It is officially announced that the French drove back the 10th German army corps with great loss. The French are advancing in Lorraine. Violent fighting along the Meuse continued today. The Frpnch were left less fortunate-. The Germans are now ad vancing in the direction of La fere. 160 trainlonds of Germans are travelling North through Belgium, indicating that they are hurrying bark for the pur pose of defending Germany against the Russians, who, it is reported, have captured Koenigsbuig, with many prisoners, the Germans being in full retreat German reports are exactly to the contrary nnd state that the Russians are being defeated both in Prussia and in Austria and that the Austrians are successfully invading Russo-Poland A Russsan wounded'soldier says that neitjbjfc the Russians nor Germans are showing any quaapr in Prussia: He sarid the Russians were calm at fifit but when they saw frontier towns where the Germans left the dismembered bodies of women and children they became inflamed. Cossacks who are captured have their hands cut off and are otherwise tortured. Tales of horrible barbarism ore told by refugees from Louvain. It is claimed that the Germans are unlimited in lust and fiendish destruction of women, children and clergymen. One American clergyman perished. Everything is being burned and destroyed, all because of a mistake of Germans firing on their own men, then spreading the report that the firing was done by citizens. • %  British newspapers 6ay that Germany cao never atone for the outrages at Louvain. A Berlin wireless to Saysille, New York, says that the allies •re defeated every where after nine days fighting And are in full retreat, both in Relguim and-along the border. Austria 1 has declared war on Belgium. The Russians have captured Tilsit and say that after crossing the Vistula River they will march straight to Berlin, and can put twenty million men in tne field if necessary. Washington—Mr. Bryan is endorsed by members of the United States Senate as Judge of the Court of Appeals of the 5th judicial circuit which is composed of the states of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. • %  r v



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r/# fibnm Nulllus addlctue Jurare in verb* mugletrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogma.! if no Master. VOL. X. N&IMU, N. P.. BuhMtiM, Monday. Auguat 31,1914 • No. 214 CO o o 7) C0 u L. GILBERT DUPUCH, Editor jnd Proprietor. OFFICE: 38-44 MARKET 8TRRKT Nassau, .V. P., Bahamas P. O. BOX 163 E < PUBLISHED DAILY Moudsy, Wednesday and Friday— single copy Jd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— .single copy id Weekly 4ience per line for second insertion ; and one penny per line for suhsquent insertions. Adveitisemeijts under eight lines 4s. •V Be of Good Cheer While we await new. that will make future history, let ue remember proudly, but Without veinglory. England's record on Five Continents and on the Seven Seas. In the monthe of August and September. AUGUST e \"v 31—Last fight of the "Re v'iio.c,' Sir Richard Clrenvi lie, 1501. — :o:— The following telegram was despatched friclay by His Excellency the Governor: Nassau, August 38th, British Ambassador, Washington. United States Censor at Miami prohibits press news being sent to this colony. As only news as appears in American press and which is received later by mail is asked for action of Censor ap pears inconsistent Will be grate ful if you on behalf of British Colony will place subject before proper authorities and have re striction removed. (Signed) GOVERNOR, BAHAMAS. The following reply has been received, in answer to His Ex cellencv the Governors protest against stoppage of news telegrams: Washington 28th August. The Governor, The Bahamas. Your telegram of today, am making representations. Spring Rice. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS August 31st 1914. German aeroplanes at three o'clock on Sunday afternoon drop ped three bombs into Paris, tearing up the streets and damaging houses. No one was injured. France has called out even the eldest of her reserves. There is but little news of the fighting along the French frontier. Paris admit* that the Itft French wing has been forced. British reinforcements numberi r \. two for each < >ne killed or woundeJ have been sent to France. Germans claim that iheyaie killing Russians by thousands in Kistern Prussia, while Russia claims that the Czars ttoops are victorious everywhere. Out of 1200 of the total number engaged on the Genmn war vessels sunk, only 330 were saved. —:o:— Special to the Nassau Guardian Mlies reinforced. Strike hard at Germany in North France Advanee checked. French second line of defence has three million men. Germany continues to withdraw men from France and Belgium to meet Russians in Germany. Aeroplane dropped bombs in Pa ris without doing any damage. —:o:— The Governor will ho'da public meeting.—to consider what steps this Colony can take to assist the mother country in the present time;—on Friday next at 5 p.m., in St. Andrews Hull. AH our readers are cordially invited to attend. 'Tis no time for dull inaction." % We are reliably informed that some days ago a German Motor boat drifted in near Hope Town, Abaco and was picked up and taken into Hope Town where she is in charge of the Commissioner. The boat is new, fully equipped, with a K. on the bows, and had a new German flag in her, she is about 30 feet on the Keel. N. B.' White land is the land to grow String Beans, now, is the time to plant them, they mature in eight weeks, and are good food, get a move on. LATEST RADIOGRAMS. August 31st 1914. An official statement of the casualties in the recent naval battle in the North Sea says that out of 1200 men aboard the five German ships destroyed by the British fleet, only 330 were saved. The British casualties were 29 killed and 38 injured. The destroyers bore the brunt of the fighting. German officers are accused of using revolvers on their men to prevent them ffom surrendering to British boats attempting 4 to rescue them from the water. The British army is resting after four days of desperate fight ing to recuperate and reinforce. The British casualties to date are said to be between five and six thousand. The German attack has been checked by the Franch right and left wings. The scattered fighting in Gallicia has developed into a general battle. Panic begins in Dantzig and the population are fleeing to. wards Berlin. The Russians are believed to be on the road to a decisive victory.


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Nulllus addlctue Jurare in verb* mugletrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dogma.! if no Master.
VOL. X.
N&imu, N. P.. BuhMtiM, Monday. Auguat 31,1914
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No. 214
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L. GILBERT DUPUCH,
Editor jnd Proprietor.
OFFICE: 38-44 MARKET 8TRRKT
Nassau, .V. P., Bahamas
P. O. BOX 163
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PUBLISHED DAILY
Moudsy, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... Jd
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
.single copy......... id
Weekly ............ 4i Monthly ............is. 40
Quarterly........ .. 4s.
HalfYearly............8s.
Yearly ............16s.
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for first insertion; three |>ence per line
for second insertion ; and one penny per
line for suhsquent insertions.
Adveitisemeijts under eight lines 4s.
V
Be of Good Cheer
While we await new. that will
make future history, let ue remem-
ber proudly, but Without vein-
glory. England's record on Five
Continents and on the Seven Seas.
In the monthe of August and Sep-
tember.
AUGUST
e
\"v 31Last fight of the "Re
v'iio.c,' Sir Richard Clrenvi lie,
1501.
:o:
The following telegram was
despatched friclay by His
Excellency the Governor:
Nassau, August 38th,
British Ambassador,
Washington.
United States Censor at Miami
prohibits press news being sent
to this colony. As only news as
appears in American press and
which is received later by mail
is asked for action of Censor ap
pears inconsistent Will be grate
ful if you on behalf of British
Colony will place subject before
proper authorities and have re
striction removed.
(Signed)
GOVERNOR, BAHAMAS.
The following reply has been
received, in answer to His Ex
cellencv the Governors protest
against stoppage of news tele-
grams:
Washington 28th August.
The Governor,
The Bahamas.
Your telegram of today, am
making representations.
Spring Rice.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
August 31st 1914.
German aeroplanes at three
o'clock on Sunday afternoon drop
ped three bombs into Paris, tearing
up the streets and damaging houses.
No one was injured.
France has called out even the
eldest of her reserves.
There is but little news of the
fighting along the French frontier.
Paris admit* that the Itft French
wing has been forced.
British reinforcements numberir\.
two for each<>ne killed or woundeJ
have been sent to France.
Germans claim that iheyaie kil-
ling Russians by thousands in
Kistern Prussia, while Russia
claims that the Czars ttoops are
victorious everywhere.
Out of 1200 of the total number
engaged on the Genmn war ves-
sels sunk, only 330 were saved.
:o:
Special to the Nassau Guardian
Mlies reinforced. Strike hard at
Germany in North France Advanee
checked.
French second line of defence
has three million men.
Germany continues to withdraw
men from France and Belgium to
meet Russians in Germany.
Aeroplane dropped bombs in Pa
ris without doing any damage.
:o:
The Governor will ho'da public
meeting.to consider what steps
this Colony can take to assist the
mother country in the present
time;on Friday next at 5 p.m.,
in St. Andrews Hull.
AH our readers are cordially in-
vited to attend.
" 'Tis no time for dull inaction."
%
We are reliably informed that
some days ago a German Motor
boat drifted in near Hope Town,
Abaco and was picked up and ta-
ken into Hope Town where she is
in charge of the Commissioner.
The boat is new, fully equipped,
with a K. on the bows, and had a
new German flag in her, she is
about 30 feet on the Keel.
N. B.' White land is the
land to grow String Beans,
now, is the time to plant
them, they mature in eight
weeks, and are good food, get
a move on.
LATEST
RADIOGRAMS.
August 31st 1914.
An official statement of the
casualties in the recent naval
battle in the North Sea says that
out of 1200 men aboard the five
German ships destroyed by the
British fleet, only 330 were sa-
ved.
The British casualties were
29 killed and 38 injured.
The destroyers bore the brunt
of the fighting.
German officers are accused
of using revolvers on their men
to prevent them ffom surrender-
ing to British boats attempting
4 to rescue them from the water.
The British army is resting
after four days of desperate fight
ing to recuperate and reinforce.
The British casualties to date
are said to be between five and
six thousand.
The German attack has been
checked by the Franch right and
left wings.
The scattered fighting in Gal-
licia has developed into a
general battle.
Panic begins in Dantzig and
the population are fleeing to- .
wards Berlin.
The Russians are believed to
be on the road to a decisive vic-
tory.




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____
Apia, a German port, i?j~tbe
Samoan Islands, is reported to
have surrendered to the British.
The Germans are energetical*
ly pressing the Russians in
Eastern Prussia. Russian en-
durance is described as terrific,
their dead lying in heaps on the
battlefield.
Graphic descriptions are given
by British soldiers of the almost
incnediblffapidtiy of the Gttroan Japanese Hoops have landed
-fc

a d vance | in F ra nee.
r^spe^te fightipg .continues
along the Meuse.
St. Peterhurg reports Russian
victories after disparate, fighting
near Warsaw.,. ,
Paris .as.laying in an immense
supply of food preparatory to a
siege of the city by-the Germans.
The class of 1914 and reseives
are to be called out.
' '
near Kiao Cjytfn.'
"t^ikey is expected to declare
War at any rtlbment. She has been
advised by England that such an
act will be the same assigning her
death warrant.
1 Russia has mobilized more men
than are needed at present.
4 leaflet declaring that Japan
intends to make China a depen-
dency was circulated in Peking,
bul has ben suppressed.
Desperate fighting con-
tinues' along Austrian frontier.
The report that Lord Roberts
has made any statement regard-
ing the progress of the war is
emphatically denied.
SUNDAY'S RADIOGRAMS
.....August 30th, 1914.
Paris:In a desperate effort to keep the Germans
out of Paris the French and British are gathering every
man and gun,available in northwestern France for that
purpose. The British and French Forces are in a serious
position owing tc> German outflanking movement.
Residents within range of the Paris forts are told
to evacuate and destroy their houses within four days
from Sunday the 30th.
The French troops will endeavour to strike the
German right and bring forth relief to the British and
French forces that have been in a serious condition by
outflanking mqvement of'the Germans. *
Field Marshal Lord Roberts declares that England
is in great danger and makes a call for recruits.
The outside world is ignorant of what is happening
on the battlefield.
The Russians continue their mar<;h through East
The British and French retire on the west flank of the
German army in order to choose ground for aTiercet fight. As
far as can be learned the. F,rench massed troops appear intact
except for the losses which were inevitable in the weekr. heavy
fighting over the- vast battle-front.
Every day has seen reinforcements advancing to the aid of
the French on the Belgian frontier. The French operating
along interior lines are able to shift an army corps from one
point to another swiftly, it is said that the allies are probably
in a stronger position today than they were Sunday.
LondonThe woundedjrom the naval battle have arriv
ed at London aboard British war vessels and are being treated
in the hospitals. Eleven German vessel^ were sunk in the
battle. Most of the. wounded were picked up at sea after their
vessels had beeasunk by the British. The English ships show
plainly the effect pf the German shells. ,
Paris:Boulogne has been evacuated. The Governor of
Paris has ordered all houses within the defence zone to be
destroyed within four days, and preparations for a siege of
Paris are being rushed.
It is officially announced that the French drove back the
10th German army corps with great loss.
The French are advancing in Lorraine.
Violent fighting along the Meuse continued today. The
Frpnch were left less fortunate-. The Germans are now ad
vancing in the direction of La fere.
160 trainlonds of Germans are travelling North through
Belgium, indicating that they are hurrying bark for the pur
pose of defending Germany against the Russians, who, it is
reported, have captured Koenigsbuig, with many prisoners,
the Germans being in full retreat
German reports are exactly to the contrary nnd state that
the Russians are being defeated both in Prussia and in Austria
and that the Austrians are successfully invading Russo-Poland
A Russsan wounded'soldier says that neitjbjfc the
Russians nor Germans are showing any quaapr in
Prussia: He sarid the Russians were calm at fifit but
when they saw frontier towns where the Germans left
the dismembered bodies of women and children they
became inflamed. Cossacks who are captured have
their hands cut off and are otherwise tortured.
Tales of horrible barbarism ore told by refugees
from Louvain. It is claimed that the Germans are un-
limited in lust and fiendish destruction of women, chil-
dren and clergymen. One American clergyman perish-
ed. Everything is being burned and destroyed, all be-
cause of a mistake of Germans firing on their own men,
then spreading the report that the firing was done by
citizens.
British newspapers 6ay that Germany cao never
atone for the outrages at Louvain.
A Berlin wireless to Saysille, New York, says that the allies
re defeated every where after nine days fighting And are in full
retreat, both in Relguim and-along the border.
Austria1 has declared war on Belgium.
The Russians have captured Tilsit and say that after
crossing the Vistula River they will march straight to Berlin,
and can put twenty million men in tne field if necessary.
WashingtonMr. Bryan is endorsed by members of the
United States Senate as Judge of the Court of Appeals of the
5th judicial circuit which is composed of the states of Florida,
Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

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