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PIOKBD UP Tlie battle of the Marne is nearly over. Although the allies are keeping in close touch with theGermans it is evident that the latter are taking up positions preparatory to an attempt to stop the French Northern advance. General Von Kluck's army made a stand north of the Aisne while the other generals have all fallen back for the next great battle. It is shown that the German armies maintain cohesion and have grown. They arc selecting for battle purposes much better conditions than which they have just passed. Russians continue reporting successes in Galicia. friendly relations. Vera Cruz is rejoicing over the news. The visiting Berlin commission will see President Wilson regarding the reports of alleged, violationsof civilized warfare hy Ormany. London :-The Allies are still keeping m close touch with the fleeing Germans. It is believed that the German army is.still intact and are taking steps to meet the Allies in another Sedan. —:o: — War Notes Heligoland only 330 were saved. The Briiisb higi twenty-nine men British varships have sunk two Austria* deleavers, on? near Che Flo, China, and another in the Adriatic Sea. London, England, Sept. 3.—Sup ported by the Cattaro batteries and their fleet, Austrian! reattackad 97.000 BRITIONS j ,0U t Uvt:l "' n ;ir "' Nudua, Snys a ENLIST IN 24 HOURS "W" 1 1 '""" Moiit*BegrO. The . Montenegrin positions WHIP being I.""lo„. England Aug. 20.*erius'v dmnag.-d when the ling. During the last twenty-four h.-urs lish .1...1 French fleet apn.rcd, 97,000 m-n have joined England!* ilenc#d t.'i* bxtterte* and forced London, England, Sept. 3.— There has been little news from the North f-ea r.ince the encounter between British battleships and the Germ m outpost cruisers. A British offik is the originator of die pi., n. She I: H launched a sti,-, mgcampaijjn to pun ,in*n\ irmy in re idines, (. >r 1, -i\. < (l( I hopes to have 130.000 wonien in the army. Iitoioughly nrganicd and well drilled) in three — The Saturday Blah, — :o: — GREAT BRITAIN The fl >wer of the I'.ritish army is on French sod, the (en es in. eluding Irish, Scotch and English Iroops. The exact number now th"iis unknown .as re-< nforceni l' >ve I>< in pornmnallv sent sin 1 he lost fmce wen 1 into bittle 1 in il j there ate 900,000 All anunniioned as having given 1 brilliant account of themselvei in li titling against sup,-no, num. fieri In liii.-. days thetti itish la nuinb'Ti-d 6, 00, Recording to >,n official sia'eii-it Troops from Indu are I wing moved to Ktirope. hut. mi h is 238.000'mini available I in Hie Ii.iban army. A force of British tionps lias hern landed at Ostend, pVleiutn, bm it is not likely I" he al)le to hamper the Germans from the iear • s >., h ;i move must have been JuTtr,^ S? 1 IUir ,r ', 1 ""! T^NlWl fleet ,s soil uaitmg Z •"'"' re ,Pnded to f,„ ,i,e ii „ n e, a a, on Lord KMchener* appeal have gone the hfcwlh >e... British battleships in am.., ( ;,r.va ri o„sp. 1 I s„| the destr.ryed hve utpna| rrnNen of county old m,,, now ar e enrolling %  ,he Germans, n a Heligoland. The %  much qmck-r rate f, r | le M.1 Rrttis ,\ V e.ity.nine men months. Chicago, August 23 1914, —:o:— ve. i 100,000 —Ibid. Sept. 5. 1914. BRITISH WARSHIPS STOP ALL VESSELS Honolulu, H,wan in [siftflds Sept. 3.—Officers of the Pacific Mail liner China, which aim-.-,! here en route to San Francibco from the Orient, report British waiships are bonding all vessels, including those und.fi ihe American flin. and removing Germani and AnsMians bound for the scene of ho-tilitii %, B %  r I in. Germany, Sept. 3 -The German fleet is being aaVed in the l->st. Ihe fleet now nccup ••an almost trhgregnnble position around the Kiel Canal, the pr-it waterway between the North Sea and the Baltic, bv the fortified island of Heligoland. Ibid, "•'ep'ember 5I1 1014. Special Notice. Jus 1 RBCBIVSD Pei S. S. "Santiago." Fresh New Potatoes (Irish) Selling .-it 4 cents iVr lb. also Medium Size Onions at 8 Cents Per lb. Baker's, Cocoa A tins at is. Each Baker's Cocoa J tins at f^i. Each Call early at THE ROYAL STORE, J. L. SAI;NDKKS & Co. IMPSSIAL THE ATRE NASSAU Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor SPECIAL PROGRAMME ON FRIDAY 18th SEATS Is. 3d., Is. & 6d. Door* open 7.30 Commences i\t 8.15 A Hot Finish. Bred in the Bone. In Two Parta Cupid's C lose Sha Tinwhole of the proi-cfds from the sale of seals on the above occasion will be given to the BAHAMAS WAR RELIEF FUND The Public are requested to fijl the Theatre BOX OFFICE open FRIDAY Morning lor BOOKING between 10 and 12 TIME MONEY ml LABOUR SAVER. '•pill. New Vacuum Washei is I the latest invention for \\ asbcr A OIIK n ; this is a. new machine which will wash -,\ tub full of clothes in ten minutes. It is very simple a child can use it Try chic and be convinced. Sol.l i>v R. T. ROBERTS Sponge Exchange Grocery Sole A^ent lor the Bahama LOOK The following Blank fori^ may lie had at "The tribune Office. Duty Entry. Tree F.nlry. Warelioiisr; Entries. Sponging'Articles, Snip's Reports, In quantities at Special Rates J



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Nulllvis addlctus |urare In verba me-glstrl. Being bound to iweur lo the Dogmas *f no Master. VOL. X. Ni issau. N. P.. Bahama.. Wednesday. September 16.1914 No. 217 L. GILBKRT DUPUCH, Editor Kind Proprietor. OFFICI: 30 41 *tA RKKT 8TRBET Nassau, .V. P, Bahamas P. 0. BOX 163 PUBLISHED DAILY Monday. Wednesday and Friday— single copy }d Tin M UV, Thursday and Saturday— single copy 10 Weekly 4i'I Monthly J ••• •*• 4 (1 Quarterly ." .. 4 s HalfYearly M Vearly I f*. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates:Si* pence per lute for first insertion; three pence per line (or second insertion ; and oat penny |>er line for subsquent insertions. Advertisements under eipht lines .(s. Publication began at b p.m. Be of Good Cheer While we await news that will make future hietory.let us remember proudly, but without vainglory. England's record on Five Continents and on the Seven Seas. In the months of August and September. SEPTEMBER Sept l6: -General Politick enter. ed Cal.ul 184J —:o— N. B.— Plant Pumpkin. Native. Tlii 1 following published by authority. Governor, Bahamas, 14 September following notice has hern is-n-d by admiralty begins fur tlie purpose of national He. fence it ifjfconsidered necessary thai certain Wiannels in 1 !* approaches. to the Thames slionld be closed stop all inc.nt tag vessels flying foreign flags and .ill British vessels Imm all foreign anil colonial pnrts must rnll at the new pilot station now established in the vicinity of the Tongue Light Vessel established pilot stations namely the Sank* Light Vessel Margate Deal anil Dover and be conducted to their destination by a licensed pilot --top all outgoing vessels of the same description must before sailing obtain the services of a licensed pilot to conduct them to sea stop all incoming vessels not included in the above before leaving their port of departure for the Thames and all similar outgoing vessels must obtain instructions from the nearest custom authorities as the channel to be used stop these arrangements are to take effect from noon Mor day fourteenth September ends. HARCOURT RADIOGRAMS Septemboi 16th 1914. The following storm warning' were sent out iTBfll the Lined S'.ites Wirel.'S Station at Key West on the 15th: Storm warning : Disturbance in the Vicinity of the Bahama Islands direction of movement not known. Strong Northeast winds probably increasing off South Atlantic coast, LATER Disturbance pH £• Florida coast spparently moving Noith Northwest. VewiU off the South Atlantic Coast should l. cautioned. — :o: — \o Additional ftorm warnings have been issued tod u lude line. The Crown Prince's army has been driven back and is now on the Hard! VarentKS-ConsenvoyeOrnes. The Allies have occupied Rheims Six hundred prisoners and twelve Himwere raptuted by the corps on the riht of the British. Rain has made the roads heavy and increase difficulties of German army in their retreat. (Signed) HARCOURT. — :o:— Special In The NoMMOU Guardian New York, Sept 16, Adespitch fiom Dieppe announces that the rrinv under command of Genet a I Von Kluek his surrendered to the Allies, twenty five thousand pi isoners being taken. The Crown Prince's army has head defeated while attempting to brrak through the lines at Verdun. The Servian army is marching on Buda-Pesth. O /


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Nulllvis addlctus |urare In verba me-glstrl.
Being bound to iweur lo the Dogmas *f no Master.
VOL. X.
Ni
issau. N. P.. Bahama.. Wednesday. September 16.1914
No. 217
L. GILBKRT DUPUCH,
Editor Kind Proprietor.
OFFICI: 30 41 *tA RKKT 8TRBET
Nassau, .V. P, Bahamas
P. 0. BOX 163
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... }d
TinmUv, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ......... 10
Weekly ............ 4i'I
Monthly .......j * 4(1
Quarterly........" .. 4s-
HalfYearly............M.
Vearly ............If*.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates:- Si* pence per lute
for first insertion; three pence per line
(or second insertion ; and oat penny |>er
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eipht lines .(s.
Publication began at b p.m.
Be of Good Cheer
While we await news that will
make future hietory.let us remem-
ber proudly, but without vain-
glory. England's record on Five
Continents and on the Seven Seas.
In the months of August and Sep-
tember.
SEPTEMBER
Sept l6: -General Politick enter.
ed Cal.ul 184J
:o
N. B. Plant Pumpkin.
Native.
Tlii1 following published by
authority.
Governor, Bahamas,
14 September following notice
has hern is-n-d by admiralty be-
gins fur tlie purpose of national He.
fence it ifjfconsidered necessary thai
certain Wiannels in 1 !* approaches.
to the Thames slionld be closed
stop all inc.nt tag vessels flying
foreign flags and .ill British vessels
Imm all foreign anil colonial pnrts
must rnll at the new pilot station
now established in the vicinity of
the Tongue Light Vessel establish-
ed pilot stations namely the Sank*
Light Vessel Margate Deal
anil Dover and be conducted
to their destination by a licensed
pilot --top all outgoing vessels of
the same description must before
sailing obtain the services of a
licensed pilot to conduct them to
sea stop all incoming vessels not
included in the above before
leaving their port of departure for
the Thames and all similar out-
going vessels must obtain instruc-
tions from the nearest custom au-
thorities as the channel to be used
stop these arrangements are to take
effect from noon Mor day fourteenth
September ends.
HARCOURT
RADIOGRAMS
Septemboi 16th 1914.
The following storm warning'
were sent out iTBfll the Lined
S'.ites Wirel.'S Station at Key
West on the 15th:
Storm warning :
Disturbance in the Vicinity of the
Bahama Islands direction of move-
ment not known. Strong North-
east winds probably increasing off
South Atlantic coast,
LATER
Disturbance pH Florida
coast spparently moving Noith
Northwest. VewiU off the South
Atlantic Coast should l. cautioned.
:o:
\o Additional ftorm warnings
have been issued tod following was broad r.isted from
the Key West Wireless Station at
noon today 1 ibiln :
Strong North 10 Northwest winds
prohatdv-teaching 'he force of a
grt|e, off the Florida Northeast
. 0,1st tonight.
Off the Rest t. oast and theSoiilh
Atlantic north winds, shilling
gales.
A correspondent from Cat Is
land under date 10th inst.
writes;
'Between 7 and 8 p.m. last
Saturday, 51b, 4 heavy Runs
woje heard on the north side but
as no prize has been brought in
we cannot say what was do
jag"
The Schooner "Winifred M." ar-
rived from Miami yesterday with
a cargo of lumber and shingles and
one passenger Mr. Geo Fleming.
:o:
Foreign Mails for specially
addressed Correspondence to be
forwarded via Miami Fla., per.
Sch. "Winifred M/' will be made
up and closed on Friday next
the 18th inst. at 11 a.m.
Wireless from Capt. Pearce,
"Frances E." in consequence of
storm warnings at Miami this
morning, will not sail today.
:o:
Latest War News
RADIOORAMS.
OFFICIAL
London S-ptember 15th.
Governor
Bahamas.
September 15th. Following from
press Bureau: Enemy still occupy
strong positions noith of the Aisne.
Fighting in progress along the >
u lude line.
The Crown Prince's army has
been driven back and is now on
the Hard! VarentKS-Consenvoye-
Ornes. .
The Allies have occupied Rheims
Six hundred prisoners and twelve
Him- were raptuted by the corps
on the riht of the British.
Rain has made the roads heavy
and increase difficulties of Ger-
man army in their retreat.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
:o:
Special In The NoMMOU Guardian
New York, Sept 16,
Adespitch fiom Dieppe an-
nounces that the rrinv under com-
mand of Genet a I Von Kluek his
surrendered to the Allies, twenty
five thousand pi isoners being taken.
The Crown Prince's army has
head defeated while attempting to
brrak through the lines at Verdun.
The Servian army is marching
on Buda-Pesth.
O
/


PIOKBD UP
Tlie battle of the Marne is
nearly over. Although the allies
are keeping in close touch with
theGermans it is evident that the
latter are taking up positions
preparatory to an attempt to
stop the French Northern ad-
vance.
General Von Kluck's army
made a stand north of the Aisne
while the other generals have all
fallen back for the next great
battle.
It is shown that the German
armies maintain cohesion and
have grown. They arc selecting
for battle purposes much better
conditions than which they have
just passed.
Russians continue reporting
successes in Galicia.
friendly relations. Vera Cruz is
rejoicing over the news.
The visiting Berlin commission
will see President Wilson regard-
ing the reports of alleged, viola-
tionsof civilized warfare hy Or-
many.
London :-The Allies are still
keeping m close touch with the
fleeing Germans. It is believed
that the German army is.still in-
tact and are taking steps to meet
the Allies in another Sedan.
:o:
War Notes
Heligoland only 330 were saved.
The Briiisb higi twenty-nine men
British varships have sunk two
Austria* deleavers, on? near Che
Flo, China, and another in the
Adriatic Sea.
London, England, Sept. 3.Sup
ported by the Cattaro batteries and
their fleet, Austrian! reattackad
97.000 BRITIONS j,0U"t Uvt:l"'n ;ir"' Nudua, Snys a
ENLIST IN 24 HOURS "W"1"1 '""" Moiit*BegrO. The
. Montenegrin positions whip being
I.""lo. England Aug. 20.- *erius'v dmnag.-d when the ling.
During the last twenty-four h.-urs lish .1...1 French fleet apn.rcd,
97,000 m-n have joined England!* ilenc#d t.'i* bxtterte* and forced
London, England, Sept. 3.
There has been little news from the
North f-ea r.ince the encounter be-
tween British battleships and the
Germ m outpost cruisers. A British
offi 1,200 m*n comprising the erevs of
the five German vessels sunk off.
The Austrian government
declares that they have captured Hie official press
100.000 Russians and 500 guns.
President Wilson lias ordt I
the United States troops with-
drawn from Vera Cruz.
new army. This constitutes the!the V-stri iti -h,,,s to reu.;,i.
world srecord for a day's recruiting Ibid, September sth 1914.
1 he official press bureau lias is
lied the fust Casua
GOVERNMENT PRESS
Brigadier General Neil Doug
las- rindley, commander of
artillery of the 1st British DLvj
lion, is reported to have been
killed in battle.
Berlin reports no fighting "to
'lav" in East Prussia.
Washington officials ate still
lookingf,)ra rCp|y. from Emperor
William regarding peace nego
tialions.
Italian newspapers say that
it is believed in Russian official
circles that Italy will intervene.
The battle of, the Marne is
about ended though the Allies
are keeping in touch with there
heating Germans.
The British Admiralty an
nounces that it has not learner I
of the sinking of a German crui.
ser by a Bytish submarine, as
has been reported.
Hheims h^s been re occupied by
the Allies.
Servians and Montenegrins
have joined forces, are advauc
! into Austria.
tilting between British and
Germans m South Africa has
o'vurVd. The Boers joined with
the BrVsh.
American troops have been
withdrawn from Vera Cruz on
the request of General Car-
ranza, who'says that their pre
sence is misunderstood by Mexi
cans, as the country is now trail
quil. After a caliinet meeting
President Wilson issued the or
der being assured that the Con
tinned occupation would disturb
iy lui ol the
British forces m Belgium It con
sisis ,,f U,,,.,; ,],,,,,( |n,| ,Went_
wounded
England is going in haw regi
merits of women to resist anv irtva-
k m of German or lustrinn troops.
I Ik v m iv have ns their generals
such women .is Qu en Anvm'e ol
Portugal, the ii i,.,s / \(.,,,
horoogh, aIH| Us. I'.nkhu .-. ,|,.
well known suii; ,,_,, 1.,.
Lady Co >k is the originator of
die pi.,n. She I: h launched a sti,-,
mgcampaijjn to pun ,in*n\
irmy in re idines, (.>r 1, -i\. <(l(.
I hopes to have 130.000 wonien in
the army. Iitoioughly nrganicd
and well drilled) in three
The Saturday Blah,
:o:
GREAT BRITAIN
The fl >wer of the I'.ritish army
is on French sod, the (en es in.
eluding Irish, Scotch and English
Iroops. The exact number now
th"i- is unknown .as re-< nforce-
ni l' >ve I>< in pornmnallv sent
sin 1 he lost fmce wen 1 into bittle
1 in il j there ate 900,000 All
an- unniioned as having given
1 brilliant account of themselvei
in li titling against sup,-no, num.
fieri In liii.-. days thetti itish la
nuinb'Ti-d 6, 00, Recording to >,n
official sia'eii-it Troops from
Indu are I wing moved to Ktirope.
hut.mi h is 238.000'mini available
I in Hie Ii.iban army.
A force of British tionps lias
hern landed at Ostend, pVleiutn,
bm it is not likely I" he al)le to
hamper the Germans from the iear
s >., h ;i move must have been
JuTtr,^ S?1 IUir",r',1 ",""- T^NlWl fleet ,s soil uaitmg
, Z "'"' re,Pnded to f, ,i,e ii......, n e, a......a, on
Lord KMchener* appeal have gone the hfcwlh >e... British battleships
in am..,(;,r.variosp.1,Is| the destr.ryed hve utpna| rrnNen of
county old m,,, now are enrolling ,he Germans, n a Heligoland. The
much qmck-r rate f,r,|le m.1 Rrttis......, ,\Ve.ity.nine men
months.
Chicago, August 23 1914,
:o:
ve.
i
100,000 Ibid. Sept. 5. 1914.
BRITISH WARSHIPS
STOP ALL VESSELS
Honolulu, H,wan in [siftflds
Sept. 3.Officers of the Pacific
Mail liner China, which aim-.-,!
here en route to San Francibco
from the Orient, report British
waiships are bonding all vessels,
including those und.fi ihe Ameri-
can flin. and removing Germani
and AnsMians bound for the scene
of ho-tilitii %,
B r I in. Germany, Sept. 3 -The
German fleet is being aaVed in
the l->st. Ihe fleet now nccup -
an almost trhgregnnble position
around the Kiel Canal, the pr-- it
waterway between the North Sea
and the Baltic, bv the fortified is-
land of Heligoland.
Ibid, "'ep'ember 5I1 1014.
Special
Notice.
Jus 1 Rbcbivsd
Pei S. S. "Santiago."
Fresh New Potatoes (Irish)
Selling .-it 4 cents iVr lb.
also
Medium Size Onions at
8 Cents Per lb.
Baker's, Cocoa A tins
at is. Each
Baker's Cocoa J tins
at f^i. Each
Call early at
THE ROYAL STORE,
J. L. Sai;ndkks & Co.
impSSial
THE ATRE
NASSAU
Under the Patronage of His
Excellency the Governor
SPECIAL PROGRAMME
ON .
FRIDAY 18th
SEATS
Is. 3d., Is. & 6d.
Door* open 7.30
Commences i\t 8.15
A Hot Finish.
Bred in the Bone.
In Two Parta
Cupid's C lose Sha
Tin- whole of the proi-cfds
from the sale of seals on the
above occasion will be given
to the
BAHAMAS
WAR RELIEF FUND
The Public are requested
to fijl the Theatre
BOX OFFICE open FRIDAY
Morning lor BOOKING between
10 and 12
TIME MONEY ml LABOUR
SAVER.
'pill. New Vacuum Washei is
I the latest invention for
\\ asbcr a oiik n ; this is a. new
machine which will wash -,\ tub
full of clothes in ten minutes. It
is very simple a child can use it
Try chic and be convinced.
Sol.l i>v
R. T. ROBERTS
Sponge Exchange Grocery
Sole A^ent lor the Bahama
LOOK !
The following Blank fori^
may lie had at "The tribune
Office.
Duty Entry.
Tree F.nlry.
Warelioiisr; Entries.
Sponging'Articles,
Snip's Reports,
In quantities at Special Rates
J


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