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shall be taken from this camp' 100.000 If Wanted "The firing line will consist of 22,500 men, but at the same time we have deemed it advisable to send the rest of the Canadians, who will act as a reserve. "The services of 100,000 men can be obtained just as easilv as the services of those at present camped here." Princess Patricia's Regiment will go as part of the first contingent, which will consist of infantry and artillery, the Strathcona Horse and the Royal Canadian Dragoons, and "also 300 machine guns. The Duke of Connaught inspected Princess Patricia's Regiment and the cavalry at Levis in the afternoon.—Reuter's Special. — The Evening News London Sept. 22, 1914. was done to the Koenigsberg.— Reuter's Special. [The Pegasus an old boat, was caught at a disadvantage while cleaning her boilers and repairing machinery in harbour. She was outranged by the Koenigsberg. Twenty-nine officers and men of the Pegasus wi'ie killed.] — The Evening News Sept. 22, 1914. KEEPING THE FLAG rLYING. "Help It Up When It Had Been Shot Away." HEROIC MARINES. Brave 15 Minutea' Defence of the Old Pegasus. The exploit of the humble sailor jbck >.'raw ford, who 117 years ag' nailed the thot-away colours to the mast at the battle of Camperdown, is recalled in this thrill. ing tale of the Pegasus. Cape Town, Tuesday The following further official particulars have been received here of the action between H.M. light cruiser Pegasus and the German cruiser Koenigsberg at Zanzibar. The Koeoiashefg approached full sp-ed at 5 a m. on Sunday, and disabled a British patrol boat with three shots. She then opened fire on the Pega-.us. Her shooting, which was very accurate, b%.n at a range of 9,000 ya.ds, doting to 7,000. All the broadside of the Pegasus was engaged, but her guns were disabled in fifteen minutes, when ^ her fire ceased. A'ter a lull .if five minutes the Koenigsberg again opened fire for another quarter of an hour, the Pigasus being unahle to reply. Nmrly all the British casualties occurred round the gunsand < per roo. 1 above tip to 8 ins. wide) These prices arc 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. WESLEY SCHOOL ROOM Under the distinquished Patronage of H. E. the Governor and Mrs. HaddonSmith CONCERT in aid of THE WAR. RELIEF FUND by the WESLEY CHOIR THURSDAY OCT. 15,1914 A Programme of Plantation Melodies Admission, Reserved 6d. Undeserved Is. Doors open at 7,30 p.m. Commencing at 8 p.m. Plan of Hall and booking at THE CITY PRESS Give me vour ear Mr. Ed. Mr/. Pain will sing IMPERI THEATR WEDNESDAY FRIDA' SA' Doora open 7.50. Perlori be*)* at H.I5 p.rn. 10 E fields using same will convince vou. Vegetable.—Sow is the tjrne •to use this and increase your yield in lomatops,( Potatoes, Oni msand all other vegetables by ioo per cent. Orange Tree.-To assist the growth of Young Citrus Tree. Fruit and Wine.— Increase the yield and gro th of old Citrus trees. Eor further iiihapjiation and bonks on the .new the^e fertilizers, please apply to WALTER K. MOORE .\oent for l£ap$t Fertiliser in the loihamns. %  %  • .S3i W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D F.SIRI.S to inform his friends and the Public ihnt I e h.,s JUKI received B Complete nutfil of f.icdiries fm ill,buisnest ol an und*ri >ker, which pUree bun in H position to carry out Inn. i,|s lli;,t may he entrusted In Ins care with system and deepalch; and rear**'! fully solicits tlwii palconagi Cut my Prices first and prove that these are the very lowest for the first class work. Aibury CANE SYRUP Can be had ai T. \l. Knowles at ins. stg. | er Tin GOOD and HICK. East Bav it. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Vitx -n com plats Bnith iml polish lor ill furniture." %  /oodMrork .mil noon. Johnson's Wood Dye fm the artistic coloring of ,d I wood, t-.ft or hard Johnson's Under Lac a Spirit finish, very much supei .r tu shellac or varnish Johnson's Flat Woo Finish-for a beautiful, artistic, hainl-iuhbeiJ effete without tin expense ol rubi MBST. Johnson's Paste Wo d Killer—for filling the L'rain and |mrrl of wood, preparing it f. >r the finish. Johnson's Powdered Was—for bal room Hoors. FOR. SALF. *\Y Chas. E •. Fresh Onion Seed FROM TENERIFFE AND NATIVE SEED CO UN At Toote's, 499 Bay Street -a.



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, ibmte Nulliua addle tus Jurare in verb m*glatri. Being bound to swen-r lo the Dogmata >f no Muster. Mi VOL.X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamai. Wednesday. October 14.1914 No. 241 L GILBERT DUI'UCH, Editor and Proprietor. 1— -a i OKFICK: !W 44 MARKRT STREET Nassau, N. P-, Bahamas r. o. BOX iai (0 G 0 -C 7) (0 •> (0 of 0) E PUBLISHED DAILY Moariay, Wednesday and Friday— single copy |d Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single copy id Weekly 4ld Monthly I S. 4<1 Quarterly 4s. RstfYearly... .: h Yearly 1 6s. PAVABI.K IN ADVANCE Advertisinif Rates :Six pence \iei line fur first insertion; three jience |>er line for -.rimid in-ri lion ; ar.il one penny pa line for suiKxiuent insertions. Advertisements under einht lines 4s. Publication began at 4.55 p. m. '* The Motor "Fiances E." lelt for Miami this mor ling with 88 passengers. By the notice in another column it will he seen tl .it the Concert postponed on Friday last on tC count of the inclemency of the weather will he Riven on I huriday (tomorrow^ night, — :o: — Latest War News RADIOGRAMS Special to the Nassau Guardian New York, Oct. 14th Paris War Office reports that the Germans have heen defeated on their left wing, centre, and right viog, I he Belgian Government is to btvtranvferred to France. The Germ*ni have tiikou Ghent. Aeroplanes have dropped hombs on Ostend. (IOVKRSMKNT I'KKSS October 14II1 1914. French Aeropl mes patrolled the sky above Paris yesterday watching for German aviators. Germans report that \iolent attacks of the enemy east of Soissons have been repulsed. They deny %  r*port of French successes on Woerve. The Belgian government has moved to Havre, France. Ghent has been occupied by the Germans who are well on the way to Ostend, they are also advancing in South B<-lguim. A French army has been sent to engage them before they reach the coast. New movement threatens to put an early end to the battle It the Aisne. The French claim that they have made marked progress. The Belgian army is being reorganized anil reinforced. Some Antwerp forts are still h Idingout against the Germans. Petrograd and Vienna reports are at direct variance regarding the fighting in Galicia, both claiming success for their army. The Turks (ire reported driving the Greeks out of Morocco. 40.000 Russians' are reported killed and wounded in the fighting around Przemysl MontenegratM claim victory over the Austria rn Municipal employees of Antwerp have hail to swear allegiance to Germany. Operations around Ghent are said to have opened favourably to the Mlies. The Geimans asked for an armis tice to bury their dead but the same was denied. A German column was ambushed by what they believe to be a remnant of the Belgian army and six hundred were killed. Washington:—The attirude of, congressmen make it impossible for an adjournment on Saturday. The southern men are fighting hard to procure legislation in aid of the cotton state. New York:—GoM to shoot 25 miles are being built by Germans my* I'nson. a laboratory engineer, just hick from abroad. The new guni will b ig.5oand 31.45 inohts and are intended to supplant the present batteries of 16 inch guns. They would defend Ostend if taken. Picked up from a passing Steamer. It is officially announced that a Boer Commandant, Colonel Maritz, has rebelled in the north^ west and that martial law has been proclaimed throughout the north em portion of South Africa. Washington :-Warsaw, the capital of Russian Poland, is threatened by German forces and may fall ?t any moment according to a despatch to the American government today from its Consul who asks for instructions of the care of foreign interests during the expected period of occupancy. New York : —A bomb was thrown into St. Patricks Cathedral, this city today while numbers of persons were at worship. The damage was not very great. The outrage is thought to have been the act of a demented person. War Notes CANADA SENDING 10.000 MORE MEN Her First Contingent 1 31.200 Men 7.500 Horaea 500 Machine Gum. VALCARTIER CAMP (Quebec) Tuesday. Canada will send 10,000 more men in her first contingent than were asked for by the British War Office. This announcement which has just been made by Colonel Hughes, Minister yi Militia, has caused great rejoicing in camp. It means that 31,200 men and 7,500 horses will be sent, instead of the division of 22,500 men provided for in the original plan. The Government announcement was made after consultation between the Premier Sir Robert Burden, Mr. Rogers, Minister of Public Works, Sir George Foster, Minister of Trade and Commerce, and Colonel Hughes. The last-named said : "We have decided that every man


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Nulliua addle tus Jurare in verb m*glatri.
Being bound to swen-r lo the Dogmata >f no Muster.
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VOL.X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamai. Wednesday. October 14.1914
No. 241
L GILBERT DUI'UCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
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Nassau, N. P-, Bahamas
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PUBLISHED DAILY
Moariay, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... |d
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ......... id
Weekly ............ 4ld
Monthly ............IS. 4<1
Quarterly........ 4s.
RstfYearly... .:.......h.
Yearly ............16s. .
PAVABI.K IN ADVANCE
Advertisinif Rates :- Six pence \iei line
fur first insertion; three jience |>er line
for -.rimid in-ri lion ; ar.il one penny pa
line for suiKxiuent insertions.
Advertisements under einht lines 4s.
Publication began at 4.55 p. m.
'*
The Motor "Fiances E." lelt for
Miami this mor ling with 88 pas-
sengers.
By the notice in another column
it will he seen tl .it the Concert
postponed on Friday last on tC
count of the inclemency of the
weather will he Riven on I huriday
(tomorrow^ night,
:o:
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
Special to the Nassau Guardian
New York, Oct. 14th
Paris War Office reports that the
Germans have heen defeated on
their left wing, centre, and right
viog,
I he Belgian Government is to
btvtranvferred to France.
The Germ*ni have tiikou Ghent.
Aeroplanes have dropped hombs
on Ostend.
(IOVKRSMKNT I'KKSS
October 14II1 1914.
French Aeropl mes patrolled the
sky above Paris yesterday watch-
ing for German aviators.
Germans report that \iolent at-
tacks of the enemy east of Soissons
have been repulsed. They deny
- r*port of French successes on
Woerve. '
The Belgian government has
moved to Havre, France.
Ghent has been occupied by the
Germans who are well on the way
to Ostend, they are also advancing
in South B<-lguim.
A French army has been sent to
engage them before they reach
the coast.
New movement threatens to put
an early end to the battle It the
Aisne. The French claim that
they have made marked progress.
The Belgian army is being re-
organized anil reinforced. Some
Antwerp forts are still h Idingout
against the Germans.
Petrograd and Vienna reports
are at direct variance regarding
the fighting in Galicia, both claim-
ing success for their army.
The Turks (ire reported driving
the Greeks out of Morocco.
40.000 Russians' are reported
killed and wounded in the fight-
ing around Przemysl
MontenegratM claim victory over
the Austria rn
Municipal employees of Antwerp
have hail to swear allegiance to
Germany.
Operations around Ghent are
said to have opened favourably to
the Mlies.
The Geimans asked for an armis
tice to bury their dead but the
same was denied.
A German column was ambushed
by what they believe to be a rem-
nant of the Belgian army and six
hundred were killed.
Washington:The attirude of,
congressmen make it impossible
for an adjournment on Saturday.
The southern men are fighting hard
to procure legislation in aid of
the cotton state.
New York:GoM to shoot 25
miles are being built by Germans
my* I'nson. a laboratory engineer,
just hick from abroad. The new
guni will b ig.5oand 31.45 inohts
and are intended to supplant the
present batteries of 16 inch guns.
They would defend Ostend if
taken.
Picked up from a passing
Steamer.
It is officially announced that
a Boer Commandant, Colonel
Maritz, has rebelled in the north- ^
west and that martial law has been
proclaimed throughout the north
em portion of South Africa.
Washington :-- Warsaw, the capi-
tal of Russian Poland, is threaten-
ed by German forces and may fall
?t any moment according to a des-
patch to the American government
today from its Consul who asks
for instructions of the care of
foreign interests during the expect-
ed period of occupancy.
New York : A bomb was thrown
into St. Patricks Cathedral, this
city today while numbers of per-
sons were at worship. The damage
was not very great. The outrage is
thought to have been the act of a
demented person.
War Notes
CANADA SENDING
10.000 MORE MEN
Her First Contingent 1
31.200 Men
7.500 Horaea
500 Machine Gum.
Valcartier Camp (Quebec)
Tuesday.
Canada will send 10,000 more
men in her first contingent than
were asked for by the British
War Office. This announcement
which has just been made by
Colonel Hughes, Minister yi
Militia, has caused great rejoic-
ing in camp.
It means that 31,200 men and
7,500 horses will be sent, instead
of the division of 22,500 men
provided for in the original plan.
The Government announce-
ment was made after consulta-
tion between the Premier Sir
Robert Burden, Mr. Rogers, Min-
ister of Public Works, Sir
George Foster, Minister of Trade
and Commerce, and Colonel
Hughes.
The last-named said : "We
have decided that every man


shall be taken from this camp'
100.000 If Wanted
"The firing line will consist
of 22,500 men, but at the same
time we have deemed it advis-
able to send the rest of the Ca-
nadians, who will act as a re-
serve.
"The services of 100,000 men
can be obtained just as easilv as
the services of those at present
camped here."
Princess Patricia's Regiment
will go as part of the first con-
tingent, which will consist of in-
fantry and artillery, the Strath-
cona Horse and the Royal Ca-
nadian Dragoons, and "also 300
machine guns.
The Duke of Connaught in-
spected Princess Patricia's Regi-
ment and the cavalry at Levis
in the afternoon.Reuter's Spe-
cial.
The Evening News
London Sept. 22, 1914.
was done to the Koenigsberg.
Reuter's Special.
[The Pegasus an old boat,
was caught at a disadvantage
while cleaning her boilers and
repairing machinery in harbour.
She was outranged by the Koe-
nigsberg. Twenty-nine officers
and men of the Pegasus wi'ie
killed.]
The Evening News
Sept. 22, 1914.
KEEPING THE FLAG
rLYING.
"Help It Up When It
Had Been Shot Away."
HEROIC MARINES.
Brave 15 Minutea' Defence
of the Old Pegasus.
The exploit of the humble sailor
jbck >.'raw ford, who 117 years
ag' nailed the thot-away colours
to the mast at the battle of Cam-
perdown, is recalled in this thrill.
ing tale of the Pegasus.
Cape Town, Tuesday
The following further official
particulars have been received here
of the action between H.M. light
cruiser Pegasus and the German
cruiser Koenigsberg at Zanzibar.
The Koeoiashefg approached
full sp-ed at 5 a m. on Sunday,
and disabled a British patrol boat
with three shots.
She then opened fire on the
Pega-.us. Her shooting, which was
very accurate, b%.n at a range of
9,000 ya.ds, doting to 7,000.
All the broadside of the Pegasus
was engaged, but her guns were
disabled in fifteen minutes, when
^ her fire ceased.
A'ter a lull .if five minutes the
Koenigsberg again opened fire for
another quarter of an hour, the
Pigasus being unahle to reply.
Nmrly all the British casualties
occurred round the gunsand < upper deck
The ship was badly holed on the
water line and listed heavily.
The British flag w.is shot nwav
- twice but was held up by hand by
Marines.
Apparently little or no dtflttfS
A COSTLY ERROR
German Ship* Maul Each Other
Petrograd, Wednesday. The
news of a disaster to the German
Fleet in the Baltic, already report-
ed abroad, is confirmed by infor-
mation received here.
There appears to oe no doubt
whatever that the German warships
fired on each other. All rumours
of an engagement with the Rub.
si,m F"Ieet in the Baltic are untrue.
I gather from trustworthy infor-
mation that a fairly numerous
flotilla, attended by cruisers, while
engaged in hunting down passen-
ger steamers.misioolx their own foi
an enemy's slops, and engaged in
a lively battle.
I he number of vestelt crippled
is unknown, but I have ascertained
that several cruisers and destroyer I
entered Kiel badly mauled and rid
died by shot and shell, and many
wounded wee conveyed nshop
"Times" Telegram,
Association (Copyright).
[Note.On September 4 the Press Bu-
reau issued thefnllowing statement, which
was published in the "Krho" on the same
d..y
Accord inn to information derived
from a trustworthy source, seven German
destroyers and t 1 rd boats have ar-
rived at Kiel in a I 1 naiied condition,
and it is understood th it others have
sunk in the vicinity of thrcanal.J
1 he Liverpool Echo.
Sept. 18, 10,14.
per PirSH
Notice
WE would call the atten-
tion of our friends in Nas-
sau and on the OUT ISLANDS
! to the following prices on lum-
ber which will go into effect
from to-day.
All ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft..
16/3 per 100. All DRESSED
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per too.'
All ROUGH and DRESSED to
: 16ft. 10/5 per too. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. 1? (> per roo. 1 above
tip to 8 ins. wide)
These prices arc 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.
WESLEY
SCHOOL ROOM
Under the distinquished
Patronage of H. E. the
Governor and Mrs. Haddon-
Smith .
CONCERT
in aid of
THE WAR. RELIEF FUND
by the
WESLEY CHOIR
Thursday Oct. 15,1914
A Programme of Plantation
Melodies
Admission, Reserved 6d.
Undeserved Is.
Doors open at 7,30 p.m.
Commencing at 8 p.m.
Plan of Hall and booking at
THE CITY PRESS
Give me vour ear Mr. Ed.
Mr/. Pain will sing
IMPERI
THEATR
WEDNESDAY
FRIDA'
SA'
Doora open 7.50. Perlori
be*)* at H.I5 p.rn.
10 E Sipttmltr 21st, 1914.
y
FUS SELL*
CONDENSI"
MILK
UAttJLV'' \W
""PARED BV |ft
FUSS ELL8fCn^
Mapes Fertilizers
/ now carry in stock tin-
following formulas:
Pineapple.It has been prov-
en that this has no equal
arid a visit t<> fields using
same will convince vou.
Vegetable.Sow is the tjrne
to use this and increase
your yield in lomatops,(
Potatoes, Oni msand all
other vegetables by ioo
per cent.
Orange Tree.-To assist the
growth of Young Citrus
Tree.
Fruit and Wine. Increase the
yield and gro th of old
Citrus trees.
Eor further iiihapjiation
and bonks on the .new the^e
fertilizers, please apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
.\oent for lap$t Fertiliser
in the loihamns.
- .-
S3i
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DF.SIRI.S to inform his friends
and the Public ihnt I e h.,s
JUKI received B Complete nutfil of
f.icdiries fm ill,- buisnest ol an un-
d*ri >ker, which pUree bun in h
position to carry out Inn. i,|s lli;,t
may he entrusted In Ins care with
system and deepalch; and rear**'!
fully solicits tlwii palconagi Cut
my Prices first and prove that these
are the very lowest for the first class
work.
Aibury
CANE SYRUP
Can be had ai T. \l. Knowles
at ins. stg. | er Tin
GOOD and HICK.
East Bav it.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Vitx -n com
plats Bnith iml polish lor ill furniture."
/oodMrork .mil noon.
Johnson's Wood Dye fm the artistic
coloring of ,d I wood, t-.ft or hard
Johnson's Under Lac a Spirit
finish, very much supei .r tu shellac or
varnish
Johnson's Flat Woo Finish-for a
beautiful, artistic, hainl-iuhbeiJ effete
without tin expense ol rubi mbst.
Johnson's Paste Wo d Killerfor
filling the L'rain and |mrrl of wood,
preparing it f.>r the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wasfor bal
room Hoors.
FOR. SALF. *\Y
Chas. E
.
Fresh Onion Seed *
FROM TENERIFFE
AND NATIVE SEED CO UN
At Toote's, 499 Bay Street
-a. _


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