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Vv:fc Du'.iig the whole period offgbt. IPK t'i.e British casualties are estimated at 15,000 officers and men. ~t is known tint a very considerable plumber iucluded in this total vville 1 re-join the colours. The losses, though heavy, have in no way affected the troops, they do not , amount to o.ie third of losses inL flicted by the British upon the ^ enemy and the sacrifice required of JP Tlie army has not been out of proi %  portion to its military achievements. The British army is now %  south of the River Marne, in line With French forces on the ri"htand % left. • Later information is that the enemy are neglecting Paris and k marching southeast toward the Marne and French left and center. I he German enveloping movement upon the Anglo-French left appears to have been abandoned, either becausf it is no lonr-er pactical, or in favour of a direct I attack upon the allied line. There is no doubt that our men have established personal ascendency over the Germans and are conscious that with anything like equal numbers the result would not be doubtful. During the rear guard action on September 1st the Germans were seen giving assistance to our wounded. The weather is verv hot, but our soldiers are well and healthy and the horses aie in excellent condition. It may be said that the war so far has added to the reputation of I'lit uli arms. PICKED up Four German armies are executing turning movement southward one at Mount Mi rail. f,f, y m j| M east o| Paris, another near Chanlily, while another occupies Rneirrn all proceeding southward avoiding Pans. Military experts are puzzeled. Russians now entering France irough England. England has f sent a f 1 ftli army corps towards ranee. The Germans lost 3000 men fightingnearThissal, Belgium Of! Saturday. French claim that me general situation is ntiifec<"'>', and that the Germans are lacking their former force. It is reported that the Germans '/'ve ; ,sked f.,r reinforcements. England officially announces 1 <;ooo casualties. Special to the 'Nassau Guardian New York. September 71b. rhe Allies ha%e been victorious ovr Germans* in a short engagement south west of Paris It is apparent now that ihe primary oh. ject of the Kaisei is | () destroy the 'nemies armies rather than capture Paris. Petrograd says that the second Austrian army is fleeing In panic. Several Japanese aeroplanes flying over Tsing Tam have hem ur rtui their number. %  The open formatii\Q4|pf the British troops enables it to fight vastly superior numbers. —:o:— The Mail Steamer Seguranca arrived in New York at six o'clock this morning. SUNDAY'S RADIOGRAMS September 61h, 1914. London 5th Folio whig dispatch from the Secretary of Stale : Governor, Bahamas. Press Bureau reports that the. situation in France is practically unchanged, allies position being; well maintained. German movement appears to be developing in an eastward and southeastward direction. Trustworthy information lias been received that seven damaged German destroyers and torpedo boats have readied Kiel ; others are understood to have sunk in the vicinity of the Canal. in sea engagein at 9 missing at 49 officers and 14.762 men. Washington:—According to (Signed) >z HARCOURT PICKED UP Germans apparently have given up their attack on Paris and are avoiding a battle for which the allies are fully prepared to give before Paris. The Germans are passing round Paris, proceeding 111 a south] easterly direction, apparently executing an immense turning move merit. Meanwhile the allies left are giving away only slightly. The German embassy at Washington reports that the Germans] have captured Rheims and Laon. It also reports that the situationf officers and 33 men, wounded 27 on tne Prussian frontier is satisfactory, it also admits the defeat ofl officers and 120 men, and the t he Austrians at Lemberg. The British Admiralty warns shipping that British protection ofl the'English and Scottish coast may be removed at any time; this is the British Foreign Office nine taken to mean that the entire British fleet in the North Sea may, neutral merchantmen have been fc m e<1( ( suc |<| f .„| v destroved bv (lerm.'iu mines, in i,-..„....i, i r". i i \ i I ___. %  % %  ,,, fir reneh and Russian ambassadors have signed an agreement 1 most 1 ases with a loss of life to ,, ,, , , " • ,l l( crevv Wltn bngland whereby each country agues not to make peace nty I/MKIM'H:— \ Rueter despatch : "'v u .' rms tna are not acceptable to all three nations' ^ *i from Berlin says that the GerI'he Russian defeat &f the Aiistrians around Lemf||rg in Gal Iicia was so decisive andifce Austrian forces so badly broken ul t hat they are not likely tj tions. • rrom mans are attacking the forts at Nancy and that Emperor Wil ham and the German General stafi are present. 9 • lake themselves felt in further op



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h Ti-W* i o Nullivis addictus | MI, inin vcrba matflstrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogma* if no Master. VOL. X. Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. September 7. 19J4 No. 210 L, GILBBBT MITCH, Editor .i/ /'; "I'l'lci: 38 II MAI.'KKT BTRBBT iV l I %  %  %  I' ll'ihamas I'. (I. BOX 103 I'lHI.IMIHI DAILY Mi v. \\ %  • ti I I : I iy— 'Pf •• %  Tueid iy, I huj ..-. ., %  Satui •ingle i Weekly ... ... Monthly ' lerh 1 H.iHYi.iilV 1 Iy . it, it. .. *-. ... I6. %  ii 4|pt( :I'MI 3111 'I lif Kajsei did IMJI Rive i.ntle before the outer wot kf i.l PanstOday, bul droV the \ flies fulbei 1 :• I '.II IS. I Ii \ • liavt i ;|y steiigtbem i. I bej Inn %  i i I 11111 ii -•_ %  11 .• I, p Russia, I rani %  • and Gieat lii it Mil ll.lVI* tg| ,. | ,,, .,.;.,.,.,, ,,. nI ,,,,, ' %  j itbout Ihe const nl • f .i!: 111 i < %  i ers, Sunday, gi p| :, ,,, t I on I Olfici i la ano diploma I if tx .-it Washington ; %  %  h men I l>i weeo Cin LtBut tin, Fro • MHI Ru>sia mi! |o ma' %  w uh nut each nilii'i's. ,.| %  i i CM i s111 it w HI will I*' fin-!,; inn decisit e ii i< .•!-.. .i | U rkev Will %  I I '.. I. 'in mi ||, ||l l.il/' r % %  ins v.iru ii neeu in.'•i JML lln I %  it Ml I wo be in n state r.l siege, (our of the five f/nti 3 of the cily being A Copenhagi n special says ih.'ii a famine is ii ired in Vienna. Two hundn .1 an 1 fifty tli< >usand pei are out of nn|il< ent, all ston s are closed and ihe people are des1 londent. Refugees arrivin > at Rottendarri report that large forces are going to the assistance of tlte Austrians in Gallii i i. Australian and New '/. %  iland volunteers are en rouse lo cross Canada and go thence to Eun i| i British and Fren Ii pi vet m ma niia n 11 most absolute si !i nee nf what is happening at Paris, lbe %  Ii PII.III army being only n i. i aw ay, Fifteen British trawlers an-rrported as sunk in the North Sea, Russians report the defeat nf A isii i us 1. tween Lublin and Ko fin. Altai s in C, r,,il,i are foi 1 iddi n the use of shms or explosives, thost | I 'S. ssi | Ig | | , ; |] H| (SUiri 11(1er I hem al nine. I %  M !i '..' r i u n hundu il ai d fih\ Au 'i i iifrom tin Linei New •'• nisti 11Ii m '.all cuilrd fiom N< V" %  Ai sili 'I In itual ii-p in 1 I 111•— 11 II war I for the beltei f|. in a ( ii rn an VII I \ !, i \ irlory o( rg and I ).,": %  I (Ii PI Is up I'll cjassi s nf navsI ri eiviMs l"i manoeuvri The ei tien. In I allies nbo"bi P : i |i %  strong foi the Gi mans \\ lin have ali inriom .1 llipil oftensive movement to find %  weaker • 11 i!. (•I Flt'lAI. Ii III i ;'h iQ'4. I ndmi Septet Mi. i•iin.i. is, Press Rurf iu F poi | Mini i itish, Freni Ii and Russi in gni rnrnmts II uiii ili\ 11 : e not to onclude p ai e poi itely during be | rest n1 jwr, • I he three governments agree ibat wli.'i. terms of peace come to be • ii-' wised no one of the allies will demand conditions of peace with out previous agreeqflnj of each of oih.'f alln-,. A German squadron lias sunk 15 British fishei y boats in the N Sen and the crew have been tab n to W'IIIK linsliaven as prisoners of war. II. M S. Pathfinder, light cruisr "I %  1 inns, built in 1904, struck a mine about 20 miles off lh EflSl Hi St, She f' mil ii red \ ei y rapidlj ind ihe loss of life is probablv heavy, Signed) I larcourt, OVPIOfAL Fi .ai ihe Secretrry of State To 1 lis Rxcelh ecy The Governor September 71I1 191 \, London September 6th:— Following is summary of Press Bureau review of the situation in France since tin battle a} Cambrai on the 26th ol August where the British troops sue essfully gu 11 tl pfi Hank of tl In le line 1 I the French armies from deadly turning attack suppotn I y enor is fire, %  li armii . 1 %  %  • n on 1.rn |i fi and rigl I, relieving the stiam on 1 nr mam. 1 In August 2oih ihe Frei rh ga-ned si ili l success over 1 : 1 rt aim; ear ( J uise in spfti ihis etin men! 10 the& h..s 1 ntinued, the German armi

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Being bound to swear to the Dogma* if no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. September 7. 19J4
No. 210
L, GILBBBT Mitch,
Editor .i/ /';
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RADIOURAMS
' (o tke Ncmtau <%ard\ mi
New Yt v >pt( :i'mi 3111
'I lif Kajsei did imji Rive i.ntle
before the outer wot kf i.l PanstO-
day, bul droV the \ flies fulbei
1 : I '.II IS.
I Ii \ liavt i ;|y
steiigtbem i. I bej Inn i i .
! I
11111 ii -_ 11 . I, p
Russia, I rani and Gieat lii i-
t Mil ll.lVI* tg| ,. | ,,, .,.;.,.,.,, ,,.nI ,,,,,
' ' j itbout Ihe const nl
f .i!: 111 i < i ers,
Sunday, gi p| :, ,,,t,
I on I
Olfici i la ano diploma I if tx .-it
Washington ; h
men I l>i weeo Cin LtBut tin, Fro
mhI Ru>sia mi! |o ma' w uh
nut each nilii'i's. ,.|., i icmi s111 it
w hi will I*' fin-!,; inn decisit e
ii i< .!-.. .i | Urkev
Will ' I I '.. I. 'in mi ||, ||l l.il/'
r ins v.iru ii
neeu in.' tl Is ,,i. ,'lrl M !:
\ pOI I .ii .'I III. I
is r. ported I" I.
ifh in Hi- inn.
n |'l I ill Ml I
Is
J >i jmL lln I
it Ml
I wo din nl, no one killed.
/
r
Over thirty five thousand Aos
Irians end Russians have I pen
abandoned on the battle field be-
tween I arnow and Lemberg, ow-
ing to lack ol transportation faciii
tics t" moveiIipid av
Paris is reporti d virtually t<> be
in n state r.l siege, (our of the five
f/nti 3 of the cily being
A Copenhagi n special says ih.'ii
a famine is ii ired in Vienna. Two
hundn .1 an 1 fifty tli< >usand pei -
are out of nn|il< ent, all ston s
are closed and ihe people are des-
1 londent.
Refugees arrivin > at Rottendarri
report that large forces are going
to the assistance of tlte Austrians
in Gallii i i.
Australian and New '/. iland
volunteers are en rouse lo cross Ca-
nada and go thence to Eun i| i .
British and Fren Ii pi vet m
ma niia n 11 most absolute si !i nee
nf what is happening at Paris, lbe
Ii pii.iii army being only n
i. i aw ay,
Fifteen British trawlers an-rr-
ported as sunk in the North Sea,
Russians report the defeat nf
A isii i us 1. tween Lublin and Ko
fin.
Altai s in C, r,,il,i are foi 1 iddi n
the use of shms or explosives, thost
| I 'S. ssi | Ig | | ; |] H| (SUiri 11(1-
er I hem al nine.
I m !i '..' r i u n hundu il ai d
fih\ Au 'i i ii- from tin Linei New
' nisti 11Ii m '.all cuilrd fiom
N< V" ! Ai sili
'I In itual ii-p in 1 I 111
11ii war I for the beltei
f|. in a ( ii rn an vii I \ !, i \ ir-
lory o( rg and
I ).,": I
(Ii pi Is up I'll cjassi s nf
navsI ri eiviMs l"i manoeuvri
The ei tien. In I allies nbo"bi P
: i |i strong foi the Gi mans
\\ lin have ali inriom .1 llipil often-
sive movement to find weaker
11 i!.
(I Flt'lAI.
Ii III i ;'h iQ'4.
I ndmi Septet Mi.
iiin.i.
is,
Press Rurf iu f poi | Mini
i itish, Freni Ii and Russi in gni -
rnrnmts ii uiii ili\ 11 : e not to
onclude p ai e poi itely during
be | rest n1 jwr,

I he three governments agree ibat
wli.'i. terms of peace come to be
ii-' wised no one of the allies will
demand conditions of peace with
out previous agreeqflnj of each of
oih.'f alln-,.
A German squadron lias sunk 15
British fishei y boats in the N
Sen and the crew have been tab n
to W'IIIk linsliaven as prisoners of
war.
II. M S. Pathfinder, light cruisr
"I . 1 inns, built in 1904, struck
a mine about 20 miles off lh EflSl
Hi St,
She f' mil ii red \ ei y rapidlj ind
ihe loss of life is probablv heavy,
Signed)
I larcourt,
OVPIOfAL
Fi .ai ihe Secretrry of State
To 1 lis Rxcelh ecy The Governor
September 71I1 191 \,
London September 6th:
Following is summary of Press
Bureau review of the situation in
France since tin battle a} Cambrai
on the 26th ol August where the
British troops sue essfully gu 11
tl pfi Hank of tl In le line 1 I
the French armies from deadly
turning attack suppotn I y enor
is fire,
li armii . 1
n on 1.rn |i fi and rigl I,
relieving the stiam on 1 nr mam.
1 In August 2oih ihe Frei rh ga-n-
ed si ili l success over 1: 1 rt
aim; ear (Juise in spfti
ihis etin men! 10 the&
h..s 1 ntinued, the German armi n mi lining in practically emu i
(us contact with our rear guard,
()n Septembei 1st a verj vig r.
mis effnrt by Germans brouuhi
about a shai p 1 ei ion near (
piegne with results entirely sati.
factory lo the British, the brunt
fpll on Ihe guards'Brigade who lost
kilh d and woun 'e I, mm h
slaughtei 1 is inflii ted on the ii 1
hi.ins, and, is rep 1 le I in an rliei
guns Mere captun d,
Biiti'li troops have net beei
I since 1 be isi o| Se)
and adv nit ige is ta Li n ol
ijuiet interval lo fill ga| and run.
Ite units. I
lo : 1,000 have 11 1 hed our arm) m
ing on line 1
m inication.
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Vv:fc
Du'.iig the whole period offgbt.
IPK t'i.e British casualties are esti-
mated at 15,000 officers and men.
~t is known tint a very considerable
plumber iucluded in this total vville
1 re-join the colours. The losses,
though heavy, have in no way af-
fected the troops, they do not
, amount to o.ie third of losses in-
L flicted by the British upon the
^ enemy and the sacrifice required of
JP Tlie army has not been out of pro-
i portion to its military achieve-
ments. The British army is now
south of the River Marne, in line
With French forces on the ri"htand
% left.
Later information is that the
, enemy are neglecting Paris and
k marching southeast toward the
Marne and French left and center.
I he German enveloping movement
upon the Anglo-French left ap-
pears to have been abandoned,
either becausf it is no lonr-er
pactical, or in favour of a direct
I attack upon the allied line.
There is no doubt that our men
have established personal ascen-
dency over the Germans and are
conscious that with anything like
equal numbers the result would not
be doubtful. During the rear guard
action on September 1st the Ger-
mans were seen giving assistance
to our wounded.
The weather is verv hot, but our
soldiers are well and healthy and
the horses aie in excellent condi-
tion.
It may be said that the war so
far has added to the reputation of
I'lit uli arms.
PICKED up
Four German armies are execut-
ing turning movement southward
one at Mount Mi rail. f,f,y mj|M
east o| Paris, another near Chan-
lily, while another occupies
Rneirrn all proceeding southward
avoiding Pans. Military experts
are puzzeled.
Russians now entering France
irough England. England has
f sent a f 1 ftli army corps towards
ranee. The Germans lost 3000
men fightingnearThissal, Belgium
Of! Saturday. French claim that
me general situation is ntiifec-
<"'>', and that the Germans are
lacking their former force.
It is reported that the Germans
'/'ve ;,sked f.,r reinforcements.
England officially announces 1 <;ooo
casualties.
Special to the 'Nassau Guardian
New York. September 71b.
rhe Allies ha%e been victorious
ovr Germans* in a short engage-
ment south west of Paris It is ap-
parent now that ihe primary oh.
ject of the Kaisei is |() destroy the
'nemies armies rather than capture
Paris.
Petrograd says that the second
Austrian army is fleeing In panic.
Several Japanese aeroplanes fly-
ing over Tsing Tam have hem
GOVERNMENT PRESS
1 he allies advance guard has
been successful in an advance
guard action with the Germans
southeast of Paris.
British Destroyer Welland is re-
ported as having destroyed several
^jerman torpedo boats.
The allied army is again in full
contact with the German right
army the battle has extended and
the Allies advanced to the Ctiroq
(?) River without much resistance.
The steamer Runo struck n Ger.
man mine in the North sea and
sank. Six hundred passengers and
all of the crew except twenty
refugees were irscuedby thawlers. I
Four American newspaper men;
who accompanied the Germansde-
clare that they have seen no
evidence of German atrocities.
The German attack on Ant
werp is believed to be but n few
days off and residents are leaving
for Holland and England
General French asserts the
superiority of British soldiers, in
all branches of the service.
The German army about Par
is has apparently been divided
into four separate and distinct
armies.
France is to call into service
by September 13th 25.001) sol
diers, young men of military
age.
German Zeppelin airship and
its 30 occupants was captured by
Russians near Serida.
Roumania announces (hat she-
will follow Italy's course in the
war.
Tfi German and Austrian
Consuls have been ordered to
leave Egypt.
Turkeys attitude, it is believed
will depend upon the action of
the Balkan states. The forbidden
zone in the Bosphorus has been
considerably enlarged.
British navy has been unusu-
ally successf .1
ments.
The Germans lost 300 men
a battle in Belgium.
The British casualties to date
are 15.000. An official list of the
British casualties was issued to
night. It gives the killed
in 1 11
-
Paris:The police apprehend-
ed three German spies operating
in Paris.
Washington: President Wil-
son announced today that he
would not make a speaking tour
during the coming campaign
but declared he would stay at
home "on the job."
London:Superiority of the
British troops is asserted by
Field Marshal French in a re-
report to the War Office. He
4-
es
declares that Ithe German
patrols flee before the cavalry
and will not meet the infantry1
or artillery, whidfr is nljpmvs
opposed by three and f >ur rtui
their number.
The open formatii\Q4|pf the
British troops enables it to fight
vastly superior numbers.
:o:
The Mail Steamer Seguranca
arrived in New York at six
o'clock this morning.
SUNDAY'S RADIOGRAMS
September 61h, 1914.
London 5th
Folio whig dispatch from the Secretary of Stale :
Governor, Bahamas.
Press Bureau reports that the. situation in France is practical-
ly unchanged, allies position being; well maintained. German
movement appears to be developing in an eastward and southeast-
ward direction. ,
Trustworthy information lias been received that seven damag-
ed German destroyers and torpedo boats have readied Kiel ; others
are understood to have sunk in the vicinity of the Canal.
in sea engage-
in
at 9
missing at 49 officers and 14.762
men.
Washington:According to
(Signed)
>z
HARCOURT
PICKED UP
Germans apparently have given up their attack on Paris and are
avoiding a battle for which the allies are fully prepared to give be-
fore Paris.
The Germans are passing round Paris, proceeding 111 a south]
easterly direction, apparently executing an immense turning move
merit. Meanwhile the allies left are giving away only slightly.
The German embassy at Washington reports that the Germans]
have captured Rheims and Laon. It also reports that the situationf
officers and 33 men, wounded 27 on tne Prussian frontier is satisfactory, it also admits the defeat ofl
officers and 120 men, and the t
he Austrians at Lemberg.
The British Admiralty warns shipping that British protection ofl
the'English and Scottish coast may be removed at any time; this is
the British Foreign Office nine taken to mean that the entire British fleet in the North Sea may,
neutral merchantmen have been fc m,e<1(,(, suc|<|f.|v.
destroved bv (lerm.'iu mines, in i,-......i,___i r". i i \ i I
___. ,,, fir reneh and Russian ambassadors have signed an agreement 1
most 1 ases with a loss of life to ,, ,-
,ll(. crevv Wltn bngland whereby each country agues not to make peace nty
I/mkIm'h: \ Rueter despatch :'"'-v u.'rms tna* are not acceptable to all three nations' ^ *i
from Berlin says that the Ger- I'he Russian defeat &f the Aiistrians around Lemf||rg in Gal
Iicia was so decisive andifce Austrian forces so badly broken ul
t hat they are not likely tj
tions.

rrom
mans are attacking the forts at
Nancy and that Emperor Wil
ham and the German General
stafi are present. 9
lake themselves felt in further op


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