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is unchanged on the heights of the Meiise. A Copenhagen special says that the operations en the extreme right in France have led to fresh engagements which have not ended though the Germans have passed the Meuse. Prince Oscar, the 5th son of the Kaiser is suffering with heart trouble. The American steamer "Lorenzo" and the Norwegian steamer "Tsor" are reported as ha* ing been captur ed by a British cruiser while coaling the German cruiser "Karlsruhe" in the West Indies. The "Karlsruhe" escaped. • There is a lull in the fighting in Gnlicia while the Russians are preparing and perfecting their plans for attacking Przemsyl. The Anglo French fleet occupies Pelagos and the Lissa Islands in the Adriatic as a base of operations against the Austrian fleet which has been invited to come out and fight. All efforts of the opposing armies in France are concentrated on the Western and Eastern wings. By a ruse the F r ench are said to have killed 7,000 Germans in an attack on the forts at Toyon. The Britsh goveninent has made itself clear as to what it consider* contraband of war. Foodstuff are barred unless the British government is assured that it is not intended for Germany. Additional skirmishes have oc cured in South Aftica with the British taking several points. Tales of the mistreatment of Red Cross nurses on European battlefields are now said to be greatly ex iegerated. The Netherlands government has deflated maitial law in the Eastern Provinces. A German attack on Antwerp is expected to begin to-day. Washington:—"Blame Villa if there is luither blood shed in Mexico" say Carranzi. He says that troops will act only on the defensive in the present trouble. London—The forts South of Verdun have ceased firing. The battle 011 the left wing is pioceed ing with notable progress. Ostend :— Zeppelins dropped bombs doing much damage. Other nearby places report also ihat Zeppelins are dropping bombs. Paris :— GeTman aeroplanes dropped bomh*| killing two persons. Petrogiail :— Z ppelins have dropped hotnl'iww Warsaw neai the fortress, no BjfWll damage resulted The Allies captured St. Quentin captured the greater portion of but afterwards abandoned the town. The Germans have crossed the Meuse in the Woevre district. The 14th German Army Corps suffered heavy loss and retires. A French gunboat has sunk two German auxiliary cruisers off the West Coast of Africa. September 28th 1914 London 28th Governor Bahamas, Following from Press Bureau Saturday Night: In France theenemy has shown much activity a'l along the line. Some heavy counterattacks were repulsed and considerable loss inflicted on the enemy. Sunday Night: Situation is satisfactory. Countei-attacks on British front have been beaten back with heavy loss to the enemy. HARCOURT. PICKED UP A desperate attempt on the p;irt of the Germans to break throuth the \lbes ranks on the western end of the battle line resulted in some of the most futious fighting since the opening of the campaign. Fighting day and right corps after corps of Germans were liu* led against the flower of the Allied armies, only to be always thrown batk. German reports ate to the opposite anil Berlin says that the (',er mans have been successful in furious fighting North of the Somme River and have overwhelmed a French division near B'raume and silence the fourth south of Verdun. The Germans report their losses as 104.580, killed, wounded and missing, s.nce the war bpgnn. In Mexico Villa says that the only terms he will make peace A re based first Carranza. on the resignation of the city and the Austrians are retiring to the outer fortresses to prepare for final resistance. They left part of their train of motor cars. The attacks of the Germans on the Allies West line was the most severe of the present campaign. At some points the fighting was with bayonets. Both sides are optimistic of the result, though the Allies made gains. Cholera is reported to be spreading in Hungary & Galicia. Germany is indignant that Holland has released the survivors from the three British cruisers, who were landed on Dutch soil. ltiscontended that they should have been guarded as prisoners of war. Russia officially 'announces her success against the Austrians and Germans in Galicia. The fighting has been of marked tenacity. King; George and Queen Mary iiave visited the wounded in various hospitals about London The Germans report the capture of barrier fortsabout Verdun. The Emperor of Germany is reported to be suffering with inflammation of the lungs due to falling into a waterfilled trench I'he German front extend from the Baltic to the southern boundary of Silesia. England and Germany urge that their soldiers and sailors marry before going to the front in order that the birth rate may offset the deaths in the war. German churchmen declare that Germany did not bring on the war that it was brought about by a cunning conspiracy against Germany. I'he Japanese have defeated the Germans on the outskirts of Tsingtau. Four officers and fifty six men aboard the U. S. S. Tacoma, re venue cutter which went ashore on the Aleutian Islands last week were rescued by vessels. NOTICE —:o:— T HE public are notified that the Bahamas Timber Company, Limited have all the men that they need for the present and that any going there cannot expect to get work and are notified that there are no accomodations for them at the works. By order ARTHUR B. SUTTON. Agent September af>th, 1914 Special to the Nassau Guardian New York Sept, 37. There has been heavy fighting between the R.vers Somme a ad Oise. OOVKRNMKNT PRKS8 September 28th. 1914. Bacteriologists have established the fact that Asiatic cholera exists among the wounded in Vienna hospitals The general situation in France remain! unchanged. Several positions were taken yesterday, first by one side and then by the other. Zeppelin aeroplanes dropped WEDNESDAY bomb* in scve al hnmii, Bel gi.m an.I Russian ci'i'i. killing several persons and doing great damage In property. The Austrians have retreated from their positions at Przemysl after being shelled out by the Russians. The Russians have IMPERIAL THEATRE FRIDAY SATURDAY Notice T his is to inform the public thatif any person or persons are found trespassing onjmv l of land situate on Forbes Hill in the Island of Little Exuma, tiiey will be dealt with according to the Law. EARNEST CLARKE (' )>vner) JACOB CLARJH Forbes Mill, Little Exuma July 23rd 1914. COCOANUTS BAHAMA ISLANDS I T is now possible for owners of land with fully bearing trees to prove its value and ob tain rents. Poc further particulars Apply to J. THEO. FARRINGTON Nassau, N. P. Agent for Bahamas Produce Marketing Company 139 Copthall House Copthall Avenue 3 Mo, London, F. C Door* open 1.V). Performance bcjlrt at 5.15 p.m. LOOK! The following Blank forms may be had at "ThcTribune" Office. Y Duty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Articles. Ship's Reports. In quantities at Special Rates



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CD P > 3 (D to a o CD ttttW Nulltua e.ddlctu jurare In verba me.glatri, Being bound to swear to the Dogmai ->l no Me.eter. VOL.X. Na.aeau, N. P.. BahamM, Monday. Septombar 28.1914 No. 227 L. GILBKKT DUPUCH, Edilor and Proprietor. OFFIC'K: 38-44 MAKKKT STKRKT Nassau, ,V. />., Bahama) P. O. BOX IfM PUBLISHED DAILY Honda/, Wednesday pod Friday— single copy } go now if "^Ti"y would have him for such work *s he could do with Ins broken leg — :o: — The Haitian SchOOBM "Marie Elena" arrived yjsterday from Port de I'aix with a cargo of Coffee. The American Steamer "Foxton Hall" from "Megillones" Chile, via Panama Canal bound to New York with a cargo of Nitric Acid took fire at 9 o'clock on Wednesday morning 23rd inst. about three miles off Watlings Isd. and in a very short tirre was entirely destroyed and sank. The crew were compelled to jump overboard, and were unable to get in the one boat that they had succeeded in lowering until she had drifted and was pushed by them some distance away. The Mail schooner "Arawnk" seeing the disaster went out and rescued the crew who arrived by her this morning, they are the Captain and thirty four others; the Captain and several of the crew were taken to The Hospital suffering from burns, the Captain, being the last to leave the ship, most severely so. The Chief Engineer and one seaman are unaccountably lost. —:o: — We understand that five Germans are among the crew of the ill-fated steamer; "Foxton Hall." Wo do not think that they are just the sort of people to be allowed to wander around this town promiscuously. We expect to hear that they are imprisoned. — :o:— The mail Steamer "Vigilanria arrived in New York Sunday night at eleven o'clock. —o:— A comet is visible at about four o'clock in the morning in a Northeasterly dnection. —:o:— MAILS Foreign Mails per "Frances E" will be closed on Wedre

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Being bound to swear to the Dogmai ->l no Me.eter.
VOL.X.
Na.aeau, N. P.. BahamM, Monday. Septombar 28.1914
No. 227
L. GILBKKT DUPUCH,
Edilor and Proprietor.
OFFIC'K: 38-44 MAKKKT STKRKT
Nassau, ,V. />., Bahama)
P. O. BOX IfM
PUBLISHED DAILY
Honda/, Wednesday pod Friday
single copy ......... } Tuivlay, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ......... "I
Wi i Mv ............ 41,''
Monthly............ is. 4 Quarterly ... ..... -is.
HaHYearly............M.
Yearly ............Kit
PAYABLK IN ADVANCK
^^ertising Rates: Six pence pel line
for first insertion; three pence pei line
for second insertion ; ami one penny per
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Publication bagan at ' p.m.
Be of Good Cheer
While w await news that will
make future hiatory. let us remem-
ber proudly, but without vain-
glory. England'a record on Five
Continent* and on the Seven Seaa.
In the months of Auguat and Sep-
tember.
SEPTEMBER
Sept. 28 Blake defeated Ihe
Dutch under Von Tromp 1652.
My an oversight the name of Mr.
Austin C. Williams was omitted
as a speaker at the Volunteers
meeting in St. Agnes achoolfoom
on I hui-'lay evening last, he spoke
after the meeting proper and -fid
that although he was 82 years of
are he was ready t > go now if
"^Ti"y would have him for such work
*s he could do with Ins broken
leg
:o:
The Haitian SchOOBM "Marie
Elena" arrived yjsterday from
Port de I'aix with a cargo of Cof-
fee.
The American Steamer "Foxton
Hall" from "Megillones" Chile,
via Panama Canal bound to New
York with a cargo of Nitric Acid
took fire at 9 o'clock on Wednes-
day morning 23rd inst. about three
miles off Watlings Isd. and in a
very short tirre was entirely des-
troyed and sank.
The crew were compelled to
jump overboard, and were unable
to get in the one boat that they
had succeeded in lowering until
she had drifted and was pushed by
them some distance away.
The Mail schooner "Arawnk"
seeing the disaster went out and
rescued the crew who arrived by
her this morning, they are the
Captain and thirty four others; the
Captain and several of the crew
were taken to The Hospital suffer-
ing from burns, the Captain, being
the last to leave the ship, most se-
verely so.
The Chief Engineer and one sea-
man are unaccountably lost.
:o:
We understand that five Ger-
mans are among the crew of the
ill-fated steamer; "Foxton Hall."
Wo do not think that they are
just the sort of people to be allow-
ed to wander around this town
promiscuously.
We expect to hear that they are
imprisoned.
:o:
The mail Steamer "Vigilanria
arrived in New York Sunday
night at eleven o'clock.
o:
A comet is visible at about four
o'clock in the morning in a North-
easterly dnection.
:o:
MAILS
Foreign Mails per "Frances E"
will be closed on Wedre Srpr. at 8 a.m.
Intennsular Mails for Inagua,
Long Cay, Acklins Ishl., Rum Cay,
Clarence Town, Long I., The
Bight, and Arthurs Town, San Sal-
vador will be closed on Thursday
1st Octr. at 11 a.m.
N. B.Plant Lettuce.
Henderson's Big Boston. Bos-
ton Market.
Plant Cucumber. Early
White Spine.
:o:
Latest War News
RADIOORAMS.
PICKED UP
September 27th 1914.
Petrograd admits heavy losses
in seven days battle at Sadowa, but
claims that the heights were taken.
Also claims victory over the Ger-
mans in East Prussia.
There is still the monotonous
sameness about the news from the
front.
The French have repulsed the
German left wing everywhere.
Refugees report that the Ger-
mans have been reinforced in
France by two Austrian corps.
Russia claims to have entire
control over thf province of Gali-
cia, execept a narrow neck in
which Cracow is situated.
The English have lost severely
in Officers. Germany acknowledges
that her army has lost 75,000 in
killed, wounded and missing.
Paris officially reports that the
left wing is engaged in an extremely
violent battle between the Somme
and Oise that between the Oise
and Soissons the French have made
some headway, the Germans mak-
ing no attempt to attack, between
Soissons and Rheims there are no
important modifications, between
Rheims and Verdun the situation
remains unchanged.
The effectiveness of the German
right wing seems to have been re-
duced. ,
The Russians have captured
Rzeszow on the Main Railroad to
Cracow.
Washington says that no troops
are to he sent home from Vera Viui
for ten days.
September 281I1 1914.
An official Paris communication
savs that the enemys attack along
the entire front has been re-
pulsed j that the allies left is mak-
ing progress but that the situation


is unchanged on the heights of the
Meiise.
A Copenhagen special says that
the operations en the extreme right
in France have led to fresh engage-
ments which have not ended
though the Germans have passed
the Meuse.
, Prince Oscar, the 5th son of the
Kaiser is suffering with heart
trouble.
The American steamer "Lorenzo"
and the Norwegian steamer "Tsor"
are reported as ha* ing been captur
ed by a British cruiser while coal-
ing the German cruiser "Karlsruhe"
in the West Indies. The "Karl-
sruhe" escaped.
There is a lull in the fighting in
Gnlicia while the Russians are pre-
paring and perfecting their plans
for attacking Przemsyl.
The Anglo French fleet occupies
Pelagos and the Lissa Islands in the
Adriatic as a base of operations
against the Austrian fleet which
has been invited to come out and
fight.
All efforts of the opposing armies
in France are concentrated on the
Western and Eastern wings.
By a ruse the French are said to
have killed 7,000 Germans in an
attack on the forts at Toyon.
The Britsh goveninent has made
itself clear as to what it consider*
contraband of war. Foodstuff are
barred unless the British govern-
ment is assured that it is not in-
tended for Germany.
Additional skirmishes have oc
cured in South Aftica with the
British taking several points.
Tales of the mistreatment of Red
Cross nurses on European battle-
fields are now said to be greatly
ex iegerated.
The Netherlands government has
deflated maitial law in the Eastern
Provinces.
A German attack on Antwerp is
expected to begin to-day.
Washington:"Blame Villa if
there is luither blood shed in
Mexico" say Carranzi. He says
that troops will act only on the de-
fensive in the present trouble.
LondonThe forts South of
Verdun have ceased firing. The
battle 011 the left wing is pioceed
ing with notable progress.
Ostend : Zeppelins dropped
bombs doing much damage. Other
nearby places report also ihat Zep-
pelins are dropping bombs.
Paris : GeTman aeroplanes
dropped bomh*| killing two per-
sons.
Petrogiail : Z ppelins have
dropped hotnl'- iww Warsaw neai
the fortress, no BjfWll damage re-
sulted
The Allies captured St. Quentin captured the greater portion of
but afterwards abandoned the
town.
The Germans have crossed the
Meuse in the Woevre district.
The 14th German Army Corps
suffered heavy loss and retires.
A French gunboat has sunk two
German auxiliary cruisers off the
West Coast of Africa.
September 28th 1914
London 28th
Governor
Bahamas,
Following from Press Bureau
Saturday Night: In France the-
enemy has shown much activity a'l
along the line. Some heavy counter-
attacks were repulsed and consi-
derable loss inflicted on the enemy.
Sunday Night: Situation is satis-
factory. Countei-attacks on British
front have been beaten back with
heavy loss to the enemy.
HARCOURT.
PICKED UP
A desperate attempt on the p;irt
of the Germans to break throuth
the \lbes ranks on the western end
of the battle line resulted in some
of the most futious fighting since
the opening of the campaign.
Fighting day and right corps
after corps of Germans were liu* led
against the flower of the Allied
armies, only to be always thrown
batk.
German reports ate to the op-
posite anil Berlin says that the (',er
mans have been successful in furi-
ous fighting North of the Somme
River and have overwhelmed a
French division near B'raume and
silence the fourth south of Verdun.
The Germans report their losses
as 104.580, killed, wounded and
missing, s.nce the war bpgnn.
In Mexico Villa says that the
only terms he will make peace A re
based first
Carranza.
on the resignation of
the city and the Austrians are
retiring to the outer fortresses
to prepare for final resistance.
They left part of their train of
motor cars.
The attacks of the Germans
on the Allies West line was the
most severe of the present cam-
paign. At some points the
fighting was with bayonets.
Both sides are optimistic of the
result, though the Allies made
gains.
Cholera is reported to be
spreading in Hungary & Galicia.
Germany is indignant that Hol-
land has released the survivors
from the three British cruisers,
who were landed on Dutch soil.
ltiscontended that they should
have been guarded as prisoners
of war.
Russia officially 'announces
her success against the Austrians
and Germans in Galicia. The
fighting has been of marked ten-
acity.
King; George and Queen Mary
iiave visited the wounded in
various hospitals about London
The Germans report the cap-
ture of barrier fortsabout Verdun.
The Emperor of Germany is
reported to be suffering with in-
flammation of the lungs due to
falling into a waterfilled trench
I'he German front extend
from the Baltic to the southern
boundary of Silesia.
England and Germany urge
that their soldiers and sailors
marry before going to the front
in order that the birth rate may
offset the deaths in the war.
German churchmen declare
that Germany did not bring on
the war that it was brought
about by a cunning conspiracy
against Germany.
I'he Japanese have defeated
the Germans on the outskirts of
Tsingtau.
Four officers and fifty six men
aboard the U. S. S. Tacoma, re
venue cutter which went ashore
on the Aleutian Islands last
week were rescued by vessels.
NOTICE
:o:
THE public are notified
that the Bahamas Tim-
ber Company, Limited have
all the men that they
need for the present and that
any going there cannot
expect to get work and are
notified that there are no ac-
comodations for them at the
works.
By order
ARTHUR B. SUTTON.
Agent
September af>th, 1914
Special to the Nassau Guardian
New York Sept, 37.
There has been heavy fighting
between the R.vers Somme a ad
Oise.
OOVKRNMKNT PRKS8
September 28th. 1914.
Bacteriologists have establish-
ed the fact that Asiatic cholera
exists among the wounded in
Vienna hospitals
The general situation in
France remain! unchanged.
Several positions were taken
yesterday, first by one side and
then by the other.
Zeppelin aeroplanes dropped WEDNESDAY
bomb* in scve al hnmii, Bel
gi.m an.I Russian ci'i'i. killing
several persons and doing great
damage In property.
The Austrians have retreated
from their positions at Przemysl
after being shelled out by the
Russians. The Russians have
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Notice
This is to inform the public
thatif any person or persons
are found trespassing onjmv l of
land situate on Forbes Hill in
the Island of Little Exuma, tiiey
will be dealt with according to
the Law.
EARNEST CLARKE
(' )>vner)
JACOB CLARJH
Forbes Mill, Little Exuma
July 23rd 1914.
COCOANUTS
BAHAMA ISLANDS
IT is now possible for owners
of land with fully bearing
trees to prove its value and ob
tain rents.
Poc further particulars
Apply to
J. THEO. FARRINGTON
Nassau, N. P.
Agent for
Bahamas Produce Marketing
Company
139 Copthall House
Copthall Avenue
3 Mo, London, F. C
Door* open 1.V). Performance
bcjlrt at 5.15 p.m.
LOOK!
The following Blank forms
may be had at "ThcTribune"
Office. y
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
' Sponging Articles.
Ship's Reports.
In quantities at Special Rates


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