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durDuthward ached its lmiersand r 3vins, cavalry patrols having penetrated even as far south as Hopent sur Seine the movement covered by large French forces wt of the line of River Ource watching outer Paris defenses southward movement left enemies right wing in dangerous position as he had evacuated Creilsenhs Compiegne region through which his advance had been pushtd. Allies attacked this exposed, wing in front and flank orr*Septem I br Bth the covering forces were as sailed by a French army based upon the Paris defenses and brought to action on line of N.inteuil Haudnuain to Meaux main portion of are following up the enemy and driving portions of its forces northwards to ihe Argonne Forest country. The army reports today that it has captured entire artillerv of a hostile army corps which probably represents about 160 guns. The enemy is thus in retreat along the whole line west of the Meuse ha suffered gravely in morale, personnel and material ends. 'Signed; Harcourt. OFFICIAL London September 14th 1914. Governor, Bahamas. September 14th Following from Press Bureau : Russian successes against Austrians continue, as a re suit of one victory Russians cap.... ,v menu* mam portion 01 au " ""= VILIUIJ I\UM.IIIS capenemies right was attacked frontI tttltd 30.000 prisoners and several Jlllv Klf T',.-i< n patronage Get my Prices first a d pmVe that these are the very lowest for I he first cl iM work. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes ohntnn'i Prepared Wai -a com plete finish anil polMl (or all furnituic Woinlwork anil II".iv Johnsons Wood Dye-fur the artistic coloring of all wood, soft or hard Johnson's Under Lac—a spirit finish, very much superior to shellac or varnish Johnson's Flat Wood Finish-fora beautiful, artistic, band-tubbed effete without the expense of rubbing. Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerfor filling the grain ami pores ol wood, preparing it for the finish Johnsoo'n Powdered Wax-for ball room th ..is. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5111. Cypres Shingles at $9.60 perilous sand of 20 bundfljjt Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—als< 5in. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. Thisl price made possible by a very] large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. BESTte70! Tett. We do not sell it. B UT we do sell and will, continue to sell Standard Oil Co. Gasoline. Test your Gaso-1 line. We invite comparison with any in the City. Price 22cts. per gallon in< 50 gallon Drums. Customers] using 100 gals. or|yer per| Month 2oc. gallon.' Watch our Notice for Kerosene in June. C. C. SAUNDERS



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* Nullius a.ddictus (urare In verb* ma^lstr!. Being bound to nwear to the Do|nn\s ->t no Master. VOL. X. Nassnvi. N. P., Bahamas. Monday, September 14.1914 No. 21 L. GILBERT DUPUCII, Editor and Proprietor. OKFICK: 38-41 MARKET STREET Nassau, X. !' Bahamas P. O. BOX 163 PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday— tingle copy ... \y td HY.klv 4}d Monthly i s. 4c! ()uartcrly ... .. 4s. HalfYeurly 8 s. Yearly K M. PAYABI.K IN ADVANCE ID CD >* CD o to Adi( itisiiiR Rates : Sil pence |>er line for fiat insertion; three pence per line For Mcood insertion ; sna one penny per line for subsqaeut insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. Publication began at 5.V) p.m. Be of Good Cheer While we await news that will m*ke future history. let ua rememb-r proudly, but without vainglory. England's record on Five Continents nnd on the Seven Seas, in the months of August and September. SEPTEMBER Sapi 14th—•Nelson left ports* mouth for l*r:if il'.' >r 1S05. Storming of Delhi (Nicholson died 23I 1857. —:o:— \ large coQgregatiou attended the Special Service at the Cathe dial (Miter I.ivafternoon hut on ac count of th.' weather being rimy the Piocessional part of ihe seivice was postponed until next Sun.lay afternoon. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS OFFICIAL September 131I1 iq'4London 12th f Governor Bahamas # Follo.vin^ from Press Bureau; our troops have crossed the Ource and Hie rapidly pursuing the enemy two hundred prisuiets captured. The allies cavalry were between Soissons and Fismes last night, enemy retreating north of Vitrv. Third French >r ny has captured all the corps artillery of one corps; our aeroplanes report that the enemy is retreating very rapidly. Australian squadron has occupied the town of Herbertshoe in the island of Mew Pommern, largest island of Bismark archipelago, east Gerimn N'ew Guinea ; steps are being taken to capture the Wireless station, some fighting in progress. (•Signed) Harcourt. PIOKSD I'P D trios the German retre.u the British captured all I lie artillery of an en' 11" German c ups, (iniiaii right is now northwest of Rh'imi 1 iermans Bra also retreating east of Voiv Revigny and Argonneand th* Fo %  • eh now occupy Lunevilleon the h %  • I'-r .if Franoeand Germ my. Berlin does not attach any importanot to the German retreat and says tint they are only falling back to stronger positions. Russians appear to be slightly checked inGa'licia hv the arrival of strong G' 1 mm reinforcements; a great battle is being fought 'here now in which two million men are ang iced. Prince \<|elherl of Prussia is dead in .1 Brussels hospital, 4 P">. GOVERNMENT PRESS September 13th 1914. Belgian Army takes the offensive against the Germans and the Germans have been forced to retreat everywhere; Malmes and Aerschot have been recaptured by the Belgians. Germans rrported to be evacuating Southern Alsace. The Red ("ross relief ship lias sailed from New York for Furope with nurses and doctors aboard. The Belgians gain in important Success %  > Ortenh'ig l g^t tier to abandon her neutrality. The Emperor William is reported to have under consideration an informal inquiry from the United States government as to whether Germany desires to discuss terms of peace with the allies. An Austrian army officer asserts that many Servians surrendered merely to give misleading informa tion and commit assasination. The Belgians are reported to have reoccupindnearly all of east Flanders. The French war office officially reports the retreat of the Germans in disorder. Special to The Nassau Guardian N'ew York, September 13th. General Joffre has delivered a crushing blow to the German centre under the Crown Prince, compelling the evacuation of Vitrv. The German right is shatteted nnd much demoralized. N'everiheless, the Foreign OfiVe warns against any undue elation over the situation. Russian tioops have been operat ing for the last two days before Breslau and Poseu — :o: — September 14 1014. OFFICIAL i W's'l' 511 Words 11.15 a.m. London 13th Governor, Bahamas. Septembei thirteenth. Following issued last night from Press Bureau a summary necessarily incomplete may be attempted of operations of


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Nullius a.ddictus (urare In verb* ma^lstr!.
Being bound to nwear to the Do|nn\s ->t no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassnvi. N. P., Bahamas. Monday, September 14.1914
No. 21
L. GILBERT DUPUCII,
Editor and Proprietor.
OKFICK: 38-41 MARKET STREET
Nassau, X. !', Bahamas
P. O. BOX 163
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
tingle copy ......... \ Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single co|>y......... td
HY.klv ............ 4}d
Monthly ............is. 4c!
()uartcrly ... ..... .. 4s.
HalfYeurly............8s.
Yearly ............Km.
PAYABI.K IN ADVANCE
ID
CD
>*
CD
o
to
*
Adi( itisiiiR Rates : Sil pence |>er line
for fiat insertion; three pence per line
For Mcood insertion ; sna one penny per
line for subsqaeut insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Publication began at 5.V) p.m.
Be of Good Cheer
While we await news that will
m*ke future history. let ua remem-
b-r proudly, but without vain-
glory. England's record on Five
Continents nnd on the Seven Seas,
in the months of August and Sep-
tember.
SEPTEMBER
Sapi 14thNelson left ports*
mouth for l*r:if il'.' >r 1S05.
Storming of Delhi (Nicholson
died 23I 1857.
:o:
\ large coQgregatiou attended
the Special Service at the Cathe
dial (Miter I.ivafternoon hut on ac
count of th.' weather being rimy
the Piocessional part of ihe seivice
was postponed until next Sun.lay
afternoon.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
OFFICIAL
September 131I1 iq'4-
London 12th
f Governor
Bahamas #
Follo.vin^ from Press Bureau;
our troops have crossed the Ource
and Hie rapidly pursuing the enemy
two hundred prisuiets captured.
The allies cavalry were between
Soissons and Fismes last night,
enemy retreating north of Vitrv.
Third French >r ny has captured all
the corps artillery of one corps; our
aeroplanes report that the enemy is
retreating very rapidly.
Australian squadron has occupi-
ed the town of Herbertshoe
in the island of Mew Pommern,
largest island of Bismark archipel-
ago, east Gerimn N'ew Guinea ;
steps are being taken to capture the
Wireless station, some fighting in
progress.
(Signed)
Harcourt.
PIOKSD I'P
D trios the German retre.u the
British captured all I lie artillery of
an en' 11" German c ups,
(iniiaii right is now northwest
of Rh'imi
1 iermans Bra also retreating east
of Voiv Revigny and Argonneand
th* Fo eh now occupy Lunevilleon
the h I'-r .if Franoeand Germ my.
Berlin does not attach any im-
portanot to the German retreat and
says tint they are only falling back
to stronger positions.
Russians appear to be slightly
checked inGa'licia hv the arrival of
strong G'1 mm reinforcements; a
great battle is being fought 'here
now in which two million men are
ang iced.
Prince \<|elherl of Prussia is
dead in .1 Brussels hospital,
4 P">.
GOVERNMENT PRESS
September 13th 1914.
Belgian Army takes the offensive
against the Germans and the Ger-
mans have been forced to retreat
everywhere; Malmes and Aerschot
have been recaptured by the Bel-
gians. Germans rrported to be
evacuating Southern Alsace.
The Red ("ross relief ship lias
sailed from New York for Furope
with nurses and doctors aboard.
The Belgians gain in important
Success > Ortenh'ig l vain an I Brussels cutting up a Ger
man army corps and taking many
prisoners.
Recent Russian victories are said
to have influenced Turkey not to
run tne risk of a quarrel with Rus-
sia.
Several Powers reply to the no-
tice of abrogation of the capitula
tions involved in the territorial
rights and privileges of foreigners
in Turkey by the Turkish govern-
ment; the Powers want a per-
manent peace in Furope and Britain will insist that Belgium be
fully compensated for its losses.
Paris official statement says that
the Germans are in rapid retreat
with the allies in vigorous pursuit;
the Germans have abandoned many
mortars.
Russian successes are reported
everywhere in the war's zone.
Germany and Austria make fresh
advance to Italy trying "> g^t tier
to abandon her neutrality.
The Emperor William is report-
ed to have under consideration an
informal inquiry from the United
States government as to whether
Germany desires to discuss terms
of peace with the allies.
An Austrian army officer asserts
that many Servians surrendered
merely to give misleading informa
tion and commit assasination.
The Belgians are reported to have
reoccupindnearly all of east Fland-
ers.
The French war office officially
reports the retreat of the Germans
in disorder.
Special to The Nassau Guardian
N'ew York, September 13th.
General Joffre has delivered a
crushing blow to the German centre
under the Crown Prince, compell-
ing the evacuation of Vitrv.
The German right is shatteted
nnd much demoralized. N'everihe-
less, the Foreign OfiVe warns
against any undue elation over the
situation.
Russian tioops have been operat
ing for the last two days before
Breslau and Poseu
:o:
September 14 1014.
OFFICIAL
i W's'l' 511 Words 11.15 a.m.
London 13th
Governor,
Bahamas.
Septembei thirteenth. Following
issued last night from Press Bureau
a summary necessarily incomplete
may be attempted of operations of


dur-
Duthward
ached its
lmiersand
r 3vins, cavalry patrols having
penetrated even as far south as
Hopent sur Seine the movement
covered by large French forces
wt of the line of River
Ource watching outer Paris de-
fenses southward movement left
enemies right wing in dangerous
position as he had evacuated Creil-
senhs Compiegne region through
which his advance had been push-
td. Allies attacked this exposed,
wing in front and flank orr*Septem I
br Bth the covering forces were as
sailed by a French army based upon
the Paris defenses and brought to
action on line of N.inteuil Hau-
dnuain to Meaux main portion of
are following up the enemy and
driving portions of its forces north-
wards to ihe Argonne Forest coun-
try. The army reports today that it
has captured entire artillerv of a
hostile army corps which probably
represents about 160 guns. The
enemy is thus in retreat along the
whole line west of the Meuse ha
suffered gravely in morale, person-
nel and material ends.
'Signed;
Harcourt.
OFFICIAL
London September 14th 1914.
Governor,
Bahamas.
September 14th Following from
Press Bureau : Russian successes
against Austrians continue, as a re
suit of one victory Russians cap-
-------.... ,v menu* mam portion 01 au" " ""= viliuij i\um.iiis cap-
enemies right was attacked front- I tttltd 30.000 prisoners and several
Jlllv Klf T',.-i ally by British army which bad
been transferred from North to
Last of Paris and bv French corps
advancing alongside of it on the
line Crecy Coulommiers Sezanne.
The combined operations have
up to the present been completely
successful. German outer flank is
forced bark to the line of the Ourc
where it made strong defense exe.
cuting several vigorous countei
attacks but was unable to beat
off the pressure of the French ad-
vance main body of enrmies right
wing mainly endeavoured to de-
fend the line of Grand Morain
River and then that of Petit Moran
Germans threatened on right wing
by allies covering forces retreated
orer the Marne.
On Sept em bet the 10th British
army with protection of the French
forces on its left crossed the Marne
Mow Chateau Thierry obliging
enemies forces west of 'the Ource
which were alreay assailed by the
trench corps forming the Allies
extreme left to give way and re
treat northeastward in the direct ion
of Soisson.
Since Septembet 10th whole
German right wing has f.illen back
in considerable disorder closelv
followed by the lilies tmops'.
6.000 prisoners and 15 gum were
captured on September 10th and
nth.
And the enemy is reported to be
continuing bis retreat rapidly over
the Aisne, evacuating the Soisson
region. British cavaliy is reported
totjay at Fismes near heims.
French armies further to the east
have been stongly engaged with
Germ.-", centre which had pushed
forwaid as far as Vitry. Between
September 8th nnl io'h French
were unable to make much iinpres
lion west of Vitry. Oi, the nth
however this port inn of the German
army began to give wax and even-
tually abandon Vitry, where the
enemies line of battle w.is forming
salient under the impulse of
French troops between the upper
\htm and the Meuse. French troops
WT would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that wi
have on hand an extensive Stork of HAVANA CIGARS"
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sunial
wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
IheseUyars are manufactured on our premises bv skilled workr
and great puns are taken to produce an article of superior quality
I lie success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to
pect the patronage of connoiseurs.
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hundred guns.
Australian naval reserve forces
have captured wireless station at
Herbertshohe, casualties two Bri-
tish officers killed, one wounded.
Four seamen kiMed, three wounded,
German casualties over twenty.
Two officers and two non-commis-
sioned officers prisoner!, also 5G
native police.
(Signed)
! a 1 court
GOVERNMENT PRESS
September 14th 1914
General Jxffie, commander-in-
ch ief of the French army reports
that victory over the German army
is more than complete.
Crown Prince William still holds
the line and is looking for .1 safe
way to retreat The Germans have
evacuated Amiens retreating North
and the French occupy many places
given up to the advancing Germans
earlier in the war.
General Stein reports to the
German public the retreat of the
army before heavy French forces.
I lie Russian ?rmy hat concluded
a 17 days battle completely defeat-
ing the AiMrians who are laid to
bav lost over mo.ooo men.
The Germans arc beginning to
hear, through Switzerland, of the
retreat ol the Western army.
A French aviator biousjlit down
a German aeroplane killing the
pilot and two military observers.
The French Bourse will resume
at Boideaux.
A leput is received of a great
victoiy by Servians over Austrians
who attempted the invasion of
Servia,
The Pope has sent a friendly
mes*nge to Englaud.
German* has notified Austria
that she will he unable Itj send
troops to her relief.
Ihe armies of the \llirs are
everywhere victorious over the foe
on the West.
The German army is in full te-
treat leaving prisoners, wounded
and ammunition.
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Johnson's Under Laca spirit
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Johnson's Flat Wood Finish-fora
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without the expense of rubbing.
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Best No. 1 Heart 5111. Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 perilous
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Discounts on lots of over
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Special Price
also on cheaper gradesals<
5in. Cypress at $6.72 per
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large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
BESTte70!
Tett. We do not sell it.
BUT we do sell and will,
continue to sell
Standard Oil Co.
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Watch our Notice for Ker-
osene in June.
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