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n 111. \s a specAl CMiilesy the Japanese '..'ovi'Tiiinent provided a special train for the Ambassador. It lelt ill.' >l.in bashi siaiion ,.t thirty nne niinules past nine H'CIMC a.in. I he Minister foi Foreign Affairs, Haron Kato; SKIII his private secretary Mr. Vi>rhi(]., .(.I. is. August 3Qth 1 *ir. W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES 10 inform Ins friends and the Public thai I e 11 is jnsl received a complete oulfil of facilities for ihe buisness ol an undertaker, which pi ..as him in a position to carry out FurifrSls that may be entrusted 10 his care with System .and despatch ; and respect fully solicits theii patronage Get my Prices first ai d piove thai these are the very lowest forthe&rst class ortt, Shingles Rest No. 1 I leu t 3111. Cypres Shingles .it .$9.60 per thous • sand >l 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5in. Cypress ,ii $6 -j per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. I' resh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. For Result Advertise in The Tribune L, i3 g?0 |r n GasoFT^O >J OHO 1 liqeis / O— Tett. We do not sell it. B E!' we dn sell uud will, cont inue 1.1 -'1m Standard Oil Co. Gasoline resl your Gasoline. We invite comparison with any in the City. Price aacts. pei gallon in 50 gallon Dunns. Customi re using iix) gals, or over p. r Month 20c. gallon. Watch our Notice for Kerosene in June. C C. SAUNDKRS For Sale O NE Ilotel Waggon in gnnd order. Splendid fur shoot ni'4 parlies as it has six so its. Strong and well built, espcciall.' f.ir rough roads. Cost OUT miity pounds. Will sell lor thncii less. Can be seen at any time ARTHUR !'.. si now Agent %  VA IWk. For Sale Horse 'mare) ami carriage (II ickney C.b No. 87.) App'y In JAMl.s KELLY Cab No |o. •



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CD 1 3 or 0) ( %  + CD o CD Nvilllvis nddicttis (urare in verba irmyisin. Being bound to swear to the Dogrrms if no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Hahnmns. Wednesday, September 9. 1914 No. 211 L. 0ILBRRT DUPTJOH, Editor ind I'rtifirietor. OFKIf'K: 88-44 MARKET STKKKT N(Mta, N. P, liahamas v. o. BOX irct PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, W'i.Im-vl.iy and Friday— single ropy Jd Timday, Thursday and Saturday— '-i riL; le Copy ... ... ... id Weekly ... aid M ithfy i s. ^d I >i T ;irt* %  11\' ... ... .. 4s. RalfYea'rly H s. Yearly | 6g, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates: His |nos par line l r first inscrti n; three pence per line Fur second insertion ; and one penny pel line lot •ubaquent insertions. \ Ivertisements undei einhl lines is. Publication began at 5 p.m. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS Special to The Xasstitt Guardian New York, September <)<\\ I'll' German anny continues to retire along ilia whoh battle line, innil steadily pushed hack by the allied aiitiies, lli** Allies have been victorious ; ttvdny in a bailie from MI-UIX lo Chateau Saliui in Lorraine. The Russians h. ve landed a quartei of million inmps in France, Aus:ii i ii prepas ing for an invasion l>\ Italy, V PICKED UP September 9th 191 \, The Allies appear to he winniSK n i^r-it battle which has been fought fur Ihe last Ihree days. I he German army is retreating and tile French anhy which was KWaitiTR the seigeol I'aiis lins I pen withdrawn in pursue lltein. The French believe that ihe ngel nf a seie 61 Parts is now over. The German right made a desperate attempt against I ha Allies hut it was not SII cessfiil ami thev have been forced lo retreat. The Russians report moie successes and the (.'zar derlarps that he will {.' %  > low nils hernn. If the Russians a leutmbie to win alone the Japanese are willing to help. It is reported that I hancellor Von Hei.lim.in Hollweg and Foreign Minister Vun |goW have re. signed owing to censures (mm the Knspr because their diplom II v did not prevent a war, London newspaper* say that Rmpemr I'ranz Josef has been dead for twelve cl ivs A Rome newspaper says i 1 knows that 150,000 Russian troops are 1 w 01 l'"r nice. The ftrili-h War < Mhorefuses to .-. hlinii 111 deny '.Ins -1.,tm.'iit. (foVERNUENT PRESS 2.30 p.m. I he (ierinau lossi s in the fighting i,p ;ir p a ri s are reported lo I"' enormous, "viih about 30.000 prisoners captured by the rencli. The General position of the allied armies remains good and they are gaining ground on the Ource and Petit Morin Rivers The German left win},' is mi the ret real. The Austrians are alarmed over the recent demonstrations in K'ouniania and Bulgaria favourable in Russia. It is believed that the two countries favour Ihe Allies. Russia reports signs of a general Austrian retreat along the entire front between the Bu^ and Vistula Rivers. Kmperor Francis Joseph lias suffered n paralytic stroke and his condition is serious. The British and French have been successful North and East of Paris and the Rlssians report siii cesses in Gnllicia. Interest centres in the French campaign as battles there will be the first real crisis in the war and will have a vital effect on the final outcome. The British cruiser had a right to link the German Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. The French have sent reserves to Morrocco. The Germans are reported as having asked for 24 hours armistice in the battle to the East of Paris for the purpose of burying their dead. The request was refused, with the'reply "We grant you that time to get out of France." The German commander claims the Germans will not enter Paris or impose a war tax. Thev want the city in order to get its supplies. The British are adopting stringent measures to keep enemies out of Great Britain: A German fishing boat is repotted to be sowing mines at Sandette Lighthouse. The report is denied that a British submarine has penetrated Bremen harbour. British War Offices discusses protection against German mines. Mine sweepers are con sidcred satisfactory. Italy mourns for Italians killed in the war. The total destruction of Louvain is denied. OFFICIAL 2.30 p.m. September 9th IQI4, From The Secretary of Slate to His Excellency The Governor London September 9th 1914. Governor Bahamas Following from press bureau last night: General position continues satisfactory. Allies left gaining ground along line of Ource River and Petit Marin River. The British troops have here driven the enemy back ten miles. Fighting continues to the right along the line of Montmi rail and Le Petit Sompuis, neither side gaining advantage. Further to the right again the enemy is pressed back in the direction of Rheinis. Attempted r


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Nvilllvis nddicttis (urare in verba irmyisin.
Being bound to swear to the Dogrrms if no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Hahnmns. Wednesday, September 9. 1914
No. 211
L. 0ILBRRT DUPTJOH,
Editor ind I'rtifirietor.
OFKIf'K: 88-44 MARKET STKKKT
N(Mta, N. P, liahamas
v. o. BOX irct
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, W'i-.Im-vl.iy and Friday
single ropy ......... Jd
Timday, Thursday and Saturday
'-iriL;le Copy ... ... ... id
Weekly ... ......... aid
M ithfy ...........is. ^d
I >it;irt* 11\' ... ... .. 4s.
RalfYea'rly............Hs.
Yearly ............|6g,
Payable in advance
Advertising Rates: His |nos par line
l r first inscrti n; three pence per line
Fur second insertion ; and one penny pel
line lot ubaquent insertions.
\ Ivertisements undei einhl lines is.
Publication began at 5 p.m.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
Special to The Xasstitt Guardian
New York, September <)<\\
I'll' German anny continues to
retire along ilia whoh battle line,
in- nil steadily pushed hack by the
allied aiitiies,
lli** Allies have been victorious
;....... ttvdny in a bailie from
Mi-uix lo Chateau Saliui in Lor-
raine.
The Russians h. ve landed a
quartei of million inmps in
France,
Aus:ii i ii prepas ing for an inva-
sion l>\ Italy,
V
PICKED UP
September 9th 191 \,
The Allies appear to he winniSK
n i^r-it battle which has been
fought fur Ihe last Ihree days.
I he German army is retreating
and tile French anhy which was
KWaitiTR the seigeol I'aiis lins I pen
withdrawn in pursue lltein.
The French believe that ihe n-
gel nf a seie 61 Parts is now over.
The German right made a des-
perate attempt against I ha Allies
. hut it was not sii cessfiil ami thev
have been forced lo retreat.
The Russians report moie suc-
cesses and the (.'zar derlarps that
he will {.'> low nils hernn.
If the Russians a leutmbie to win
alone the Japanese are willing to
help.
_ It is reported that I hancellor
Von Hei.lim.in Hollweg and For-
eign Minister Vun |goW have re.
signed owing to censures (mm the
Knspr because their diplom II v
did not prevent a war,
London newspaper* say that
Rmpemr I'ranz Josef has been dead
for twelve cl ivs
A Rome newspaper says i 1 knows
that 150,000 Russian troops are
1 w 01 l'"r nice. The ftrili-h War
< Mho- refuses to .-. hlinii 111 deny
'.Ins -1.,t- m.'iit.
(foVERNUENT PRESS
2.30 p.m.
I he (ierinau lossi s in the
fighting i,p;ir paris are reported
lo I"' enormous, "viih about
30.000 prisoners captured by the
rencli.
The General position of the
allied armies remains good and
they are gaining ground on the
Ource and Petit Morin Rivers
The German left win},' is mi the
ret real.
The Austrians are alarmed
over the recent demonstrations
in K'ouniania and Bulgaria fa-
vourable in Russia. It is believ-
ed that the two countries favour
Ihe Allies.
Russia reports signs of a gen-
eral Austrian retreat along the
entire front between the Bu^ and
Vistula Rivers.
Kmperor Francis Joseph lias
suffered n paralytic stroke and
his condition is serious.
The British and French have
been successful North and East
of Paris and the Rlssians report
siii cesses in Gnllicia.
Interest centres in the French
campaign as battles there will
be the first real crisis in the war
and will have a vital effect on
the final outcome.
The British cruiser had a right
to link the German Kaiser Wil-
helm der Grosse.
The French have sent reserves
to Morrocco.
The Germans are reported as
having asked for 24 hours arm-
istice in the battle to the East of
Paris for the purpose of burying
their dead.
The request was refused, with
the'reply "We grant you that
time to get out of France."
The German commander
claims the Germans will not
enter Paris or impose a war tax.
Thev want the city in order to
get its supplies.
The British are adopting
stringent measures to keep ene-
mies out of Great Britain:
A German fishing boat is re-
potted to be sowing mines at
Sandette Lighthouse.
The report is denied that a
British submarine has penetrat-
ed Bremen harbour.
British War Offices discuss-
es protection against German
mines. Mine sweepers are con
sidcred satisfactory.
Italy mourns for Italians killed
in the war.
The total destruction of
Louvain is denied.
OFFICIAL
2.30 p.m.
September 9th IQI4,
From The Secretary of Slate
to His Excellency The Governor
London September 9th 1914.
Governor
Bahamas
Following from press bureau
last night: General position
continues satisfactory. Allies
left gaining ground along line of
Ource River and Petit Marin
River.
The British troops have here
driven the enemy back ten miles.
Fighting continues to the
right along the line of Montmi
rail and Le Petit Sompuis,
neither side gaining advantage.
Further to the right again the
enemy is pressed back in the di-
rection of Rheinis. Attempted
r


n after stubborn resistance and are
now crossing to the north of the
Maine. The 5th French army
advanced with equal success and
reports many captures. The 6th
French army was heavily en-
gaged on the Ource and drove
the enemy back The German
army suflered severely along the
whole line. Advance being re-
solutely pushed home every
where.
Number of British casualties
small in relation to nature of
fighting.
Result of two days operations
so far very satisfactory.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Santiago'"
a 1 rived this morning from New
York, a 1 (I the following were pas-
sengers.
Sisteis Mercedes. Loretto, Viola,
Paulina and CHestina; Misses
Olive Higns, ;ni Mrs August Srlmllz, Mi and Mrs
J. H. Saunders, nfeftrs William
Hilton, J. I,. Saunders. A. \Y.
Griffin, I. E. Sweeting, II. J, llicoe,
Leefkin, and I".. L. Johnson, (17I
Foreign Mails lo bedVsp it< lied per
Frances E. via Fla will he made Op
an,I closed on Friday the nth
Inst. at 8a.m.
in thf:
magistrate's court
1914.
Aug. 3!.Samuel Adder ley.
Loud shouting and using profane
language in Hay .Stret, 8s. or 7
days.
Granville Hall,Using profane I
language rn blue Hill Road II.
Resisting Constable Adatnson
while in the execution of Ins duly
1: or 10 Napoleon Miner anrl Strait Mil-
ler. Assaulting and beating Julia
Miller nnd ' < hx Morrison.
Bep. r.Pearson Roberts.As-
saulting and beatingKathleen Smith
2 Mos.
William* Harris.Using threats of 1
personakviolence towards l.cuisa
Thompson from winch she fears
EOme bodily injury at his hands.j
I tjgmissed,
Isadora C la die and Matilda Roll*.'
Loud shouti' g and righting with-
in sight nnd hearing of persons in
lJlue Hill Riiad 10-. or dayi
s. 01 1 days respectively.
Herbert Uames.Ill treating n
horse by working same in a cart
while suffering fro 11 sore*, 1 -. m 1
8 day*
Henry Jom . Causing said II rM
to be worked.-Dismiss. I
irdnn Davis. Impeding Cor..
stable Adamsen in the execution
of his du'y. 12s. or 10 days.
Jos. Major.- Assault and hatteiy
6s. 01 4 days.
Nassau, N. I'.
9 Sepr. 1914
The lulitor, The Tribune
Sir.
Can you lell me why, particular-
ly now, in this time of war, foreign-
ers should be allowed to land here
and their baggage passed, on their
word alone without pretence of ex-
amination.
How do the Customs Officers
know what is in thai baggage?
This rr orning a P'O ty ol Koman
Catholic Sisters landed here witn
ten large trunk* and a case betu.. n
them, not one of which was opened.
Now wait until (bisafternoon when
the "Frances E." arrives and Rome
of our native women land, the ex-
;.mination of their baggage will be
most thorough; why this difference.i
if any, it should be in favour of the
I'.i ilish subject and not of the [or-
eigner.
It is oty recently thai a greal
deal of expense has been incurred
(or the improvement oftnirCustoms
business, is this tire son of improve.
inent.
With thanks,
Voiirs
A NATTVE.
War Notes
JAPANESE COURTESY FOR
GERMAN ENVOY
The following rlesp tti b lo the
East and West News bureau was
received in Mew York yesterday:
"Tokio, Sal jrdav.I hi- German
\nib;issador left Hikm ()li |IIP 2f"> 111.
\s a specAl CMiilesy the Japanese
'..'ovi'Tiiinent provided a special
train for the Ambassador. It lelt
ill.' >l.in bashi siaiion ,.t thirty nne
niinules past nine h'cImC a.in. I he
Minister foi Foreign Affairs, Haron
Kato; skiii his private secretary Mr.
Vi>rhi bass .d 1. Or. reaching Vokohain .
the p my drove din rM 10 ilj p. w
Yokohama wh.irl whence a launch
look them to the M in.ii'Sola.
"In I'okio and Yokohama even
protection possible wag iceorded to
lb'- German Ambassador, and a
police force also w-is on hoard ihe
train, On account of the weather
the Minnesota probably will leave
[toil on the JOtll.
"The Au siio. I lungarian \inbassa.
dor is expected to si art on i!i<- jofll
on hoird I he Mam hnria, the leav-
ing of which a Isn may be postponed
1 1 1 ine The Motor "FrancesE "arriv I
ed tins afternoon from Miami I
with lumber shingles and gaso |
line ami 30 passengers I
For Rent
SEA FRONT PROPERTY
recently occupied by Mr.
Timothy Cultner with three
Warehouses thereon. Stor-
age capacity 1200 bales Sisal
suitable for Sponge business
also.
Apnlv to
WALTER K. MOORE.
LOOK!
The following Blank forms
maybe had at "The/! lilnine"
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
In quantities at Special Rates
The Vogue* aridJhe
Au Bon Majjphe
**$tore
(Removed to Bey St tret one
door West of IU nek's)
Have received per S. S. "Cama
guey,"
A large shipment of ladiej
Black, White and Colours
Straw Hats, New York lalj
styles a few, choice, ready
wear. White and Cream Clulfon
Satin. Shadow laces and fri
sertions. White Ratine, double
width at as. Another lot of 7 : !.
Crepes. White Figured Cudroy
at '"I. While checked Crepes
at ("I. White, Black, Pink^
blue, Cream, Purple and Green
Satin White Cotton Goods.
Cambric at 6d. Wadapollam
at lod. NanSOoksat gd., IS., is.
3d Drills (>(]., .(.I. is.
August 3Qth 1 *ir.
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES 10 inform Ins friends
and the Public thai I e 11 is
jnsl received a complete oulfil of
facilities for ihe buisness ol an un-
dertaker, which pi ..as him in a
position to carry out FurifrSls that
may be entrusted 10 his care with
System .and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits theii patronage Get
my Prices first ai d piove thai these
are the very lowest forthe&rst class
ortt,
Shingles
Rest No. 1 I leu t 3111. Cypres
Shingles .it .$9.60 per thous
sand >l 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5in. Cypress ,ii $6 -j per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
I' resh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
L, i3,g?0|rn Gaso- ft^O
>J OHO 1 liqeis / O
Tett. We do not sell it.
BE!' we dn sell uud will,
cont inue 1.1 -'1m
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline resl your Gaso-
line. We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price aacts. pei gallon in
50 gallon Dunns. Customi re
using iix) gals, or over p. r
Month 20c. gallon.
Watch our Notice for Ker-
osene in June.
C C. SAUNDKRS
For Sale
ONE Ilotel Waggon in gnnd
order. Splendid fur shoot
ni'4 parlies as it has six so its.
Strong and well built, espcciall.'
f.ir rough roads. Cost out
miity pounds. Will sell lor
thncii less.
Can be seen at any time
ARTHUR !'.. si now
Agent
V-
A
IWk.
For Sale
Horse 'mare) ami carriage
(II ickney C.b No. 87.)
App'y In
JAMl.s KELLY
Cab No |o.


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