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The British Admiralty announces the loss of submarine A. E. one of the Austrian fleet. s The French rejWrt a serious encounter near Craonne and the capture of many prisoners and one standard. Berlin reports details of the death of Colonel Von Reuter, killed at Zabern. The efforts of the United States to negotiate peace in Europe are reported to be virtually at a stand still. The Marconi Wireless Station at Siasconsett, Massachusetts has been called to account lor receiving and transmitting a message from the British cruiser Suffolk to the British Admiralty Agent in New York Unless a satisfactory explanation is forthcoming immediately the station will be closed. Captain Grenfell, the .English polo player, has been killed in the fighting m France. %  be Czar of Russia authorizes the adoption of a new flag symbolizing the union of his majesty v\ ith the Russian people. It will combine the imperial arms and the national colours. French reports of the battle now in progress about Paris indicate that the allies are making their continual pressure felt and it is indicated that the main French attacks are directed against the Ger man left Several days are expected to elapse before decisive results are reported. The Russians have captured the fortified position of Somber in Galicia and the repulse of the Austrians rear guard, taking three thousand prisoners and much ammunition and guns. An Austrian dreadnought was damaged in an engagement with the Adriatic fleet but managed to escape her pursuers. Subsistence problems are the cause of German* retreat in the West. The troops are subsisting largely on commapdeeied food. Servia announces that she will not conclude peace alone and will not separate from the powers of the triple alliance. • Special tiThe Nassau Guardian. New York, 21st September.— Rheims has been practicallydes troyed after threednvs bombardment. The L aihedral and the great er part of the city are demolished. There is 'title change in the big battle line. The Allies have advnnc.-d then right ami left wings. I he Japanese have defeated the G-rmans in a land battle near Kaio Cliau. unknown, off the African const. The German cruiser'was sunk. An action took place near Zanzibar when a German cruiser attacked a British cruiser the British cruiser suffered considerable loss. The weather in the French theatre of war continues bad with torrents of rain with the result tint the troops in the trenches are fighting in water up to their waists. Italy is reported to have a million men under arms ready to cross the frontier into Austria in the event of war being declared. The German military Governor of Brussels threatens to shoot all persor.s possessed of or selling Belgian or English newspapers. Special to the Nassau Guardian Received at Noon __ The British merchant cruiser Qarmania of the Cunard Line fought a German cruiser, name PICKED UP September 21st 1914 Rome 20:—Serious riots in Vienna and Budapest are reported in dispatches received here this morning. Petrograd, 40:—The Russians were successful in preventing a juncture of General Dankles forces with those of General von Auffennurg. The Russians have advanced on Sandomir and have captured the fortified towns of Siniavi and Sambor. London:—The Allies have for five davs been tiying to dislodge the enemy fiom strong line of defence from the Oise to the Meuse. There have heenmany attacks On both sides, with heavy loss of life; The Germans seem to be concentrating transport trains on the Luxemburg fiontier with a view to transfer troops East le iving the others on the defensive m France. General Joffre is trying to prevent this by cutting lines north of Verdun. The Germans are said to be making entienchments <.n the Sambre from Maubeuge to Namur and on the Meuse from Namur to Givet. Geiman aeroplanes have been laid up for lacked Gasolene. Petrograd says that an army of one million is entering central Polan and that it will be followed by one or two million, due in October. It is reported from. Pa^is that the French and Germans are arranging through Washington for an exchange of prisoners Transit is again open from. Paris to Boulogne The Irish Home Rule Bill has become law. ——— September 21st, 1914. London 21st (ioyei nor, Bahamas ; >• September 21, following from Press Buieau : British light cruiser Pegisus was attacked by German protected cruiser Konigslierg while cleaning boilers and repairing maohk)ryrin) Zanzibar haruour. The Pegasus was completelj^Hfsabled and the British casualties were severe Between the tenth and fourteenth of September the German cruiser Emden captured six British merchant vessels in the flav of Bengal. Fivt of them were sunk and the crews sent to Calcutta in the sixth. Off the East coast of South America the British auxiliary cruiser Carmania has sunk a German arrneJ merchant cruiser after an engagement lasting for nearly two hours. The German survivors were rescued by a collier. Our casualties nine killed and 26 wounded. (Signed) HARCOURT. The auxilliary cruiser Carina nia attacked and sunk a German armed cruiser off the East coast of Soutli Africa The Germans gained ground in violent fighting at Soissons which was afterwards taken by the Allies. A Japanese force marching 0:1 Riao Chau attacked and routed a detachment of Germans from a fortified position. The Japanese had no casualties. The allied forces are reported to be fighting waist deep in the trenches. The ground is so soaked that movementsare made only with great diiiculty. Italy is reported'to have half a million men underarms. I he Russians are reported to be bombarding the fortress at Przemyfl. The famous Rheims Cathedral and other historical buildings are reported as having been destroyed by German fie. The French govern ment will protest against the des(ruction of the Cathedial. The German protected cruiser Koenigsbuig attacked a Bntish light cruiser in Zanzibar harbour I while t'le latter was repairing ,naichiiieryand corrpletelv disabled I her. The British losses were heavy. The bulk of the allies remained I in the trenches yesterday while their artillery engaged in a furious cannon ide with the Germans. Jules Vedrines the famous French lavinor attacked 1 German in mid air ami brought hmi to earth. Military experts believe that 1 the longer the battle lasts the better it is for the allies. A heavy I hailstorm and cold wind adds to I the discomfmt of the entrenched : troopwh > aie well clothed ami I f*d. I he CJpriiians ;ire making a I determined effort to take Rheims as it is in important railway junction. The Atsne battle is expected I to conclude soon wiih a retreat of the Germans towards Ardennes I forest. Austrain torpedo boat No. 27 sunk in I'ola harbour by an ex1S "TVT' plosrite 0! her toilers; Pola being^tGnglylortifieA The Austrian lcfees^flr Galicia are estimated at 35 per cent while Russian'losses are less than ten per cent of that number. Notice W E would call the atten. tion of our friends in Nassau and on the OUT" ISLAN I)S to the following prices on lumber which will go into effect from to-dav. All ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft. 6/3 per too. All DRESSED lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100. All ROUGH and DRESSED to 16ft. 10/5 per too. ANYTHING over 16 ft. 22/6 per 100. (above up to 8 ins. wide) These prices are for CASH absolutely and being WAR prices are made to help the public and are subject to change without notice. • The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd. 10 Hast street September 21st, 1914. LOSTx A LADY'S SilvttvVatch on Marlborough, bet wee; George and West Streets — Finder will be rewarded. Return to Tribune Office. 2ist and 3(nl Special Notice. JUST RECEIVED Per S. S. "Santiago." Fresh New Potatoes (Irish) Selling at 4 cents Per lb. in also Medium Size Onions at 8 Cents Per lb. Baker's Cocoa £ tins at is. Each Baker's Cocoa ) tins at 6d. Each Call early at THE ROYAL STORE, J. L. SAI-NDERS & Co. FOP Rent S EA FRONT PR


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(D P > 3 cr to to a sr o r first insertion; three pence per line tor second insertion ; and one penny per line for suhsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. Publication began at 6.15 p.m. In another column will be seen a notice of a serins of public meetings to be held in the different districts of this island. This is a proper thing to do for far too many of our people stem not to realize that citizenship car ries responsibilities, and need to be told what those responsibilities are, and which no true man would or could slink. No man c tiling himself a British subject can expect to sit down in the enjoyment of the protection of life and property which the British nation affords and in the day of the nations need be unready and unwilling to give of his substance or to offer himself. —:o:— V Notice BAHAMAS VOLUNTEERS FOR THE WAR I "" %  111'" Sub-Com in it tee on the 1 Volunteer movement intt-nd holding a series if meetings — for men only—in the Eastern, Western and Southern Districts, and at Fox Hill on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights of this week, The first meeting will be at St. Matthews Schoolroom tomorrow, Tuesday night, at 8 o'clock sharp, when the speakers will be, Rev. Wilfred Stanhope Lovell Capt. W. A.. Mather, E. V. Brigade John Butler, Esq. G. M. Cole, Esq., M. L. A. Notice of the other meetings will be given in the "Guardian" Supplement and in the "Tribune" 3 Ins. The men who have signed as Volunteers for the War on the list, held by Mr. S. A. Dillet are requested by the Sub-Commi'tee of the War Relief Committee to present themselves at the Commandant's Olfic .myday as early as possiblef from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. —:o:— We regret to learn of the death of Mrs. Francis O. Thompson which occured at her home Palmetto Point, Eleulhera on Friday morning 18th inst. Mrs. Thompson left the City for her home two or three weeks ago and is said to have ruptured a blood vessel while sea sick on the passage. Schr. "Winifred M." sailed from Nassau for Miami Fla., with passengers and Mails on Friday 12. a.m. and arrived on Sunday morning. —:o:— N. B.—Notify your neighbours that you are planting, and request them to put up their fowls, and pigs. If after due notice, their creatures are allowed to run and Scratch and root up your ground they have no redress if you rid yourself of the nuisance. Plant Okra. Hendersons White Veltve and Native. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS. September 20th, London 19. Governor, Bahamas. September 19th. Following from Press Bureau:—Situation in France unchanged. Counter attack against the British 1st division delivered during night was driven back. Weather bad with continous rain. HARCORT SAYVILLF. Sept. 19th. Paris official report claims a slight advance on French left no change in centre. The Crown Prince is retreating. The advance in Lorraine continues. Berlin official report states that the Germans m-' Ji an attack on the allies south of Noyon. Beaumont stormed. PICKED UP Amidst great gales the great battle continues with unabated fury and there have been terrific losses on both sides. It is estimated that the losses aw one hundred thousand Germans and fifty thousand allies 'I he hardest fighting is taking place around Rheims which place the Germans are bombarding fiom a distance of three miles. The allies claim that they have repulsed all German advances. England awaits with great anxiety the publication of the list of dead and wounded. Tnere are fears that some of England's most famous regiments have .suffered tremendous losses. September 21 1914. London 20th Governor, Bah 1 nas. 201I1 September following from Pi eel Bureau: No change in the situation. The weather is still very bad. Counter attack delivered yesterday afternoon ar.d last night easily repulsed with loss to enemy. (Signed) flat court.


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VOL.X.
Naaaau. N. P.. B&h&mM, Monday. September 21,1914
No. 22!
L OILUKKT DUPUCH,
Editor jnd Proprietor.
OFFICE: 38-44 MARKKT 8TRKET
Nassau, N. P, Bahamas
P. 0. BOX 103
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... ^
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^w>r first insertion; three pence per line
tor second insertion ; and one penny per
line for suhsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Publication began at 6.15 p.m.
In another column will be seen
a notice of a serins of public meet-
ings to be held in the different
districts of this island.
This is a proper thing to do for
far too many of our people stem
not to realize that citizenship car
ries responsibilities, and need to be
told what those responsibilities
are, and which no true man would
or could slink.
No man c tiling himself a British
subject can expect to sit down in
the enjoyment of the protection of
life and property which the British
nation affords and in the day of
the nations need be unready and
unwilling to give of his substance
or to offer himself.
:o:
V
Notice
BAHAMAS VOLUNTEERS
FOR THE WAR
I "" 111'" Sub-Com in it tee on the
1 Volunteer movement in-
tt-nd holding a series if meetings
for men onlyin the Eastern,
Western and Southern Districts,
and at Fox Hill on Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday nights of
this week,
The first meeting will be at
St. Matthews Schoolroom to-
morrow, Tuesday night, at 8
o'clock sharp, when the speakers
will be,
Rev. Wilfred Stanhope Lovell
Capt. W. A.. Mather, E. V.
Brigade
John Butler, Esq.
G. M. Cole, Esq., M. L. A.
Notice of the other meetings
will be given in the "Guardian"
Supplement and in the "Tri-
bune"
3 Ins.
The men who have signed as
Volunteers for the War on the list,
held by Mr. S. A. Dillet are request-
ed by the Sub-Commi'tee of the
War Relief Committee to present
themselves at the Commandant's
Olfic .myday as early as possiblef
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 6 p.m. to
9 p.m.
:o:
We regret to learn of the death
of Mrs. Francis O. Thompson
which occured at her home Pal-
metto Point, Eleulhera on Friday
morning 18th inst.
Mrs. Thompson left the City for
her home two or three weeks ago
and is said to have ruptured a
blood vessel while sea sick on the
passage.
Schr. "Winifred M." sailed
from Nassau for Miami Fla.,
with passengers and Mails on
Friday 12. a.m. and arrived on
Sunday morning.
:o:
N. B.Notify your neigh-
bours that you are planting,
and request them to put up
their fowls, and pigs.
If after due notice, their
creatures are allowed to run
and Scratch and root up your
ground they have no redress
if you rid yourself of the
nuisance.
Plant Okra. Hendersons
White Veltve and Native.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS.
September 20th,
London 19.
Governor,
Bahamas.
September 19th. Following from
Press Bureau:Situation in France
unchanged.
Counter attack against the Bri-
tish 1st division delivered during
night was driven back.
Weather bad with continous rain.
HARCORT
SAYVILLF. Sept. 19th.
Paris official report claims a
slight advance on French left no
change in centre.
The Crown Prince is retreating.
The advance in Lorraine contin-
ues.
Berlin official report states that
the Germans m-' Ji an attack on the
allies south of Noyon. Beaumont
stormed.
PICKED UP
Amidst great gales the great bat-
tle continues with unabated fury
and there have been terrific losses
on both sides.
It is estimated that the losses aw
one hundred thousand Germans
and fifty thousand allies
'I he hardest fighting is taking
place around Rheims which place
the Germans are bombarding fiom
a distance of three miles.
The allies claim that they have
repulsed all German advances.
England awaits with great anx-
iety the publication of the list of
dead and wounded. Tnere are fears
that some of England's most fa-
mous regiments have .suffered tre-
mendous losses.
September 21 1914.
London 20th
Governor,
Bah 1 nas.
201I1 September following from
Pi eel Bureau: No change in the
situation. The weather is still very
bad. Counter attack delivered
yesterday afternoon ar.d last night
easily repulsed with loss to enemy.
(Signed)
flat court.


The British Admiralty announces
the loss of submarine A. E. one of
the Austrian fleet.s
The French rejWrt a serious
encounter near Craonne and the
capture of many prisoners and one
standard.
Berlin reports details of the death
of Colonel Von Reuter, killed at
Zabern.
The efforts of the United States
to negotiate peace in Europe are
reported to be virtually at a stand
still.
The Marconi Wireless Station at
Siasconsett, Massachusetts has been
called to account lor receiving and
transmitting a message from the
British cruiser Suffolk to the Bri-
tish Admiralty Agent in New York
Unless a satisfactory explanation
is forthcoming immediately the
station will be closed.
Captain Grenfell, the .English
polo player, has been killed in the
fighting m France.
be Czar of Russia authorizes
the adoption of a new flag symbol-
izing the union of his majesty v\ ith
the Russian people. It will com-
bine the imperial arms and the
national colours.
French reports of the battle now
in progress about Paris indicate
that the allies are making their
continual pressure felt and it is in-
dicated that the main French at-
tacks are directed against the Ger
man left Several days are expect-
ed to elapse before decisive results
are reported.
The Russians have captured the
fortified position of Somber in
Galicia and the repulse of the Aus-
trians rear guard, taking three
thousand prisoners and much am-
munition and guns.
An Austrian dreadnought was
damaged in an engagement with
the Adriatic fleet but managed to
escape her pursuers.
Subsistence problems are the
cause of German* retreat in the
West. The troops are subsisting
largely on commapdeeied food.
Servia announces that she will
not conclude peace alone and will
not separate from the powers of
the triple alliance.
------
Special tiThe Nassau Guardian.
New York, 21st September.
Rheims has been practicallydes
troyed after threednvs bombard-
ment. The L aihedral and the great
er part of the city are demolished.
There is 'title change in the big
battle line. The Allies have ad-
vnnc.-d then right ami left wings.
I he Japanese have defeated the
G-rmans in a land battle near
Kaio Cliau.
unknown, off the African const.
The German cruiser'was sunk.
An action took place near Zan-
zibar when a German cruiser at-
tacked a British cruiser the British
cruiser suffered considerable loss.
The weather in the French
theatre of war continues bad with
torrents of rain with the result tint
the troops in the trenches are fight-
ing in water up to their waists.
Italy is reported to have a mil-
lion men under arms ready to cross
the frontier into Austria in the
event of war being declared.
The German military Governor
of Brussels threatens to shoot all
persor.s possessed of or selling Bel-
gian or English newspapers.
Special to the Nassau Guardian
Received at Noon
__ The British merchant cruiser
Qarmania of the Cunard Line
fought a German cruiser, name
PICKED UP
September 21st 1914
Rome 20:Serious riots in Vien-
na and Budapest are reported in
dispatches received here this morn-
ing.
Petrograd, 40:The Russians
were successful in preventing a
juncture of General Dankles forces
with those of General von Auffen-
nurg.
The Russians have advanced on
Sandomir and have captured the
fortified towns of Siniavi and Sam-
bor.
London:The Allies have for
five davs been tiying to dislodge
the enemy fiom strong line of de-
fence from the Oise to the Meuse.
There have heenmany attacks On
both sides, with heavy loss of life;
The Germans seem to be concen-
trating transport trains on the
Luxemburg fiontier with a view
to transfer troops East le iving the
others on the defensive m France.
General Joffre is trying to pre-
vent this by cutting lines north of
Verdun.
The Germans are said to be
making entienchments <.n the Sam-
bre from Maubeuge to Namur and
on the Meuse from Namur to
Givet.
Geiman aeroplanes have been
laid up for lacked Gasolene.
Petrograd says that an army of
one million is entering central Po-
lan and that it will be followed by
one or two million, due in Octob-
er.
It is reported from. Pa^is that the
French and Germans are arranging
through Washington for an ex-
change of prisoners Transit is
again open from. Paris to Boulogne
The Irish Home Rule Bill has
become law.
*
September 21st, 1914.
London 21st
(ioyei nor, Bahamas ; >
September 21, following from
Press Buieau :
British light cruiser Pegisus was
attacked by German protected
cruiser Konigslierg while cleaning
boilers and repairing maohk)ryrin)
Zanzibar haruour. The Pegasus
was completelj^Hfsabled and the
British casualties were severe
Between the tenth and fourteenth
of September the German cruiser
Emden captured six British mer-
chant vessels in the flav of Bengal.
Fivt of them were sunk and the
crews sent to Calcutta in the sixth.
Off the East coast of South Am-
erica the British auxiliary cruiser
Carmania has sunk a German arrn-
eJ merchant cruiser after an en-
gagement lasting for nearly two
hours. The German survivors
were rescued by a collier. Our
casualties nine killed and 26
wounded.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
The auxilliary cruiser Carina
nia attacked and sunk a German
armed cruiser off the East coast
of Soutli Africa
The Germans gained ground
in violent fighting at Soissons
which was afterwards taken by
the Allies.
A Japanese force marching 0:1
Riao Chau attacked and routed
a detachment of Germans from
a fortified position. The Japa-
nese had no casualties.
The allied forces are reported
to be fighting waist deep in the
trenches. The ground is so
soaked that movementsare made
only with great diiiculty.
Italy is reported'to have half
a million men underarms.
I he Russians are reported to
be bombarding the fortress at
Przemyfl.
The famous Rheims Cathedral
and other historical buildings are
reported as having been destroyed
by German fie. The French govern
ment will protest against the des-
(ruction of the Cathedial.
The German protected cruiser
Koenigsbuig attacked a Bntish
light cruiser in Zanzibar harbour
I while t'le latter was repairing ,na-
ichiiieryand corrpletelv disabled
I her. The British losses were heavy.
The bulk of the allies remained
I in the trenches yesterday while
their artillery engaged in a fur-
ious cannon ide with the Germans.
Jules Vedrines the famous French
lavinor attacked 1 German in mid
air ami brought hmi to earth.
Military experts believe that
1 the longer the battle lasts the bet-
ter it is for the allies. A heavy
I hailstorm and cold wind adds to
I the discomfmt of the entrenched
: troop- wh > aie well clothed ami
I f*d. I he CJpriiians ;ire making a
I determined effort to take Rheims
as it is in important railway junc-
tion. The Atsne battle is expected
I to conclude soon wiih a retreat of
the Germans towards Ardennes
I forest.
Austrain torpedo boat No. 27
sunk in I'ola harbour by an ex-
1S
"TVT'---------
plosrite 0! her toilers; Pola
being^tGnglylortifieA
The Austrian lcfees^flr Galicia
are estimated at 35 per cent
while Russian'losses are less
than ten per cent of that number.
Notice
WE would call the atten-
. tion of our friends in Nas-
sau and on the OUT" ISLAN I)S
to the following prices on lum-
ber which will go into effect
from to-dav.
All ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft.
6/3 per too. All DRESSED
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100.
All ROUGH and DRESSED to
16ft. 10/5 per too. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. 22/6 per 100. (above
up to 8 ins. wide)
These prices are for CASH
absolutely and being WAR
prices are made to help the pub-
lic and are subject to change
without notice.
The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd.
10 Hast street
September 21st, 1914.
LOSTx
A LADY'S SilvttvVatch on
Marlborough, bet wee;
George and West Streets
Finder will be rewarded.
Return to Tribune Office. -
2ist and 3(nl
Special
Notice.
, Just Received
Per S. S. "Santiago." .
Fresh New Potatoes (Irish)
Selling at 4 cents Per lb.
in also
Medium Size Onions at ,
8 Cents Per lb.
Baker's Cocoa tins
at is. Each
Baker's Cocoa ) tins
at 6d. Each
Call early at
THE ROYAL STORE,
J. L. Sai-nders & Co.
Fop Rent
SEA FRONT PR recently occupies by Mr.
Timothy Culmer with three
Warehouses thereon. Stor-
j age capacity 1200 bales Sisal
, suitable for Sponge business
also.
1 Apply to
1 WALTER K. MOORE


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