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Most importanfSgtiting is now going on in West Flanders across the French border in Pas de Calais. Arras is the scene of the hard est fighting. The (Jermans are trying to break through to the Calais Railway and claim that they are continually gaining ground. Battles continue along a strip south of the Meuse River around St.Miheles where the French have been trying to dislodge the Germans. Reports of fighting in Fast Prussia, Poland and Galicia and in Hungary are widely different. Russians declaie they are leaving Hungary to rtcap cholera. Big battles have started in Poland between the Germans and Russians. The Holland American liner Noordam is reported to have struck a mine in the Fnglish Channel and seven passengers were injured. Winston Chuichill, Fiist Lord of the Admiralty, defends himself against attacks for sending British naval brigades to the defense of fortresses at Antwerp. No marked change is reported' in the French theatie of war. Washington: —The belliger-nts must respect United States rights, was the warning issued by Senator Stone in an address to the senate. Warring nations should he very careful to recognize our rights and keep faith with us. If they fail to do this the responsbility will be on their heads. I'ICKKD UP Petrograd says that the Germans were forced back from Warsaw with loss of 42 guns. Milan reports rumours of a naval battle in the Black Sea between Russjan fleet and Turks, aided by the Goeben and Bretlau. Capetown says that a great majority of the Boers are joining Geneial Botha and are loyal to England. Special to tint Natsau Guardian New York, Oct. 19th. The Fiench have driven th<*Germans out of \rmentieres after a desperate battle. The Belgians have forced the Germans to retreat at the River Yser. The Allies havsjadvanced to the North of Arras. Serious anti-German riots are tiking place in the submits of London. The Germans have failed to crostin Vistula River, New York, Oct. 18th. London official war bureau annouces that four German torpedo boat destroyers were sunk off the Dutch coast by the British light mi ser Undaunted. A trawler has been blown up in the North Sea by a German mine. The entire crew was lost. The German armies have been driven back and are retreating at every point in Belgium and France. The Allies have gained a big victory near Arras. Russian troops have routed the Germans South of Przemysl. OFFICIAL October 19th 1914. London 19th, Governor, Nassau, October 19th, following from Press Bureau : British troops have made good progress. During the fighting of the past few days in northern area the Allies have driven the enemy back more than thirty miles. (signed) HARCOURT. GOVKRNMKNT l'KKSS The Allies are credited with two important victories over the Germans at Dunkirk and at Calais and at other points the Germans have been pushed back. The Germans have established civil administration in the greater part of Belgium. Germans are receiving reinforcements and it is expected th.it they will resume ihier at tacks on the Allies. Adverse weater and bad roads have prevented serious fighting in Servia. A London mob attacked German shopkeepers and wrecked and loot ed twenty or more places before they were interrupted by the police, twenty arrests were made. Official London reports say that the British hive driven the Ger mans back thirty miles in the Northern district in tbepift four days. The steamer Noordam which was dam.iged Satiudiy by sti iking a mine in 1 he North Sea limped into Rxtteidam. She sailed lioni New York on October 8th The steamer Brindilla Hying the American flag was In ken Into Halifax as a prize b) n British cruissr It is claimed that she had contraband of war aboard. She was formerly a German s'enmer. An Admiralty court will sit on the case. The Prussian Dial will ask for a loan of £ 75.000.000 n p •rtion of which will be used for aid of East Pi ussia. British financial advisers aie to disCUSS the adjustment of exchange between tlta United States ami England. The Germans have been repulsed at Saint Die in one of the fiercest battles of the campaign in France. General French has issued a statement of the British fighting fur the month ending September 29th. A Rome dispatch states that Prince William of Wied former ruler of Albaia has joined the German army and is on his way to the front in France. Chicago :— Colonel Roosevelt literally put the Rivtr of DourJt on the map today when he conferred with Paul Goode, professor of geography of the University of Chicago. An Athens dispatch reports great d?mage from Earthquake yesterday. The villages of Kapareili and Pyri, near Thebes, were destroyed. 250 Mexican wounded have been taken for tieatment to an Arizona Hospital, by permission of the United States authorities. Carranza is to pay their expense 1, o For Sale \ T E LADIES BICYCLE in excellent Condition. Apply to I.ABRON BETHEL Williams' Shoe Store Bay Street. -. hIMPERIAL THEATRE WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Doora open 7.V). Performance begin at A.15 p.m. Notice W E would call the attention of our friends in Nassau and on the OUT ISLANDS to the following prices on lum%  ber which will go into effect I from to-day. All ROUGH lumber op to 8 ft. 6/j per 100. All DRESSED lumber up to £ ft. 8/4 per 100. All ROUGH and DRESSED to 16ft. 10/5 per mo. ANYTHING over 16 ft. 13/6 per 100. (above up to 8 ins. wide) These prices are for CASH absolutely and being V?AR prices are made to help the pubI'j and are subject to change without notice. The Bahamat Timber Co. Ltd. Fresh Onion Seed FROM TENERIFFE AND NATIVE SEED CO RN 'At Toote's, 499 Bay Street Mapes Fertilizers / now cdrru in stock the following fortunes: Pineapple.—\\ has been proven that this hasnoequal and a visit to fwds using same will convince you. Vegetable.— 'Now is the time to use this and increase your yield in Tomatoes, Potatoes, Onions and all other vegetables by 100 per cent. Orange Tree.—To assist the growth of Young Citrus Tree. Fruit and Wine. —Increase the yield and growth of old Citrus trees. Eor further information and books on the use of these fertilizers, please apply to WALTER K. MOORE Agtnt for Mapes Fertiliser in the Bahamas. W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that I e has just received a complete outfit of facilities fin the buisness of an undertaker, which places him in a position to cairy out Funerils that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits-theii patronage (let my Prices first and prove tha?these are the.veiy lowest for the first CiaM work. Notice T HIS is i'> inform mv P itroued and the Public in General that I have opened my Public lilack Smith Shop; and am no %  ready to d


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Q) 0 CO a) 0) Nullius a.ddiciu |urare In verb* magletri. Being bound to ewear to the Dogma* ^f no Master. VOL.X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. October 19.1914 No. 245 L. GILBERT DUPUCH, Editor und Proprietor. OFFICE: 38-44 MARKET STREET Nassau, N. P., Bahamas 'PHONE 260. P. O. BOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday— single copy Jd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— single copy id i Weekly 4id Monthly x s. 4d Quarterly 4 . HalfYcarly 8 s. Yearly 1 6s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates :—Six pence per line for first insertion; three pence p?r line for second insertion ; and one penny per line for subsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. ^^ Publication began at 5.10 p.m. MAILS Foreign Mails per "Frances E" (specially addressed) will be closed on Wednesday 21st, at 8 a.m. —:o: — The October Sessions of the Supreme Court begins on Wednesday 21st. We regret to learn that a cablegram was received by the Lighthouse. Department from Havana on Saturday night reporting the death on Saturdav 10th October of Mr. SelathiePW. Roberts,Pimcipal Lightkeeper at Cay Sal lighthouse. Mr. Roberts was in the 49th vear of his age and has been a lightkeeper for years. —:o: — Latest War News RADIOGRAMS October 19th igi. London 18th Governor, Bahamas. New light cruiser Undaunted, Captain Fox, with destroyers Lance, Commander Egerton Lennox, Lieutenant Commander C ane; Logan, Lieutenant Comander Allsopp; Loyal, Lieutenant Commander Burgess Watson, engaged and sunk four German destroyers off the Dutch coast seventeenth October. Our casualties one officer and four men wounded. Damage to destroyers slight. Thirty one German survivors aie prisoners. (Signed) HARCOURT. PICKED UP 18th. London thinks that Ostend is alieady occupied by the Germans but a ieport from Copenhagen says that Berlin believes that England will defend it with their navy. The Admiralty reports that the cruiser Theseus escaped the attack of the submarines which sunk the Hawk*. A total of six cruisers have been lost thus far. Paris says the baitle is going slowly but surely in favour of the Allies who have forced, back attempts to reach. French coast line, and gained ground in actions around Rheims and Verdun. Copenhagen savs that Gtrmany is sending 400.000 more troops mostly artillery, to Fran-e. Amsterdam say sthat epidemics is likely among the Germans who were five days in flooded trenches. Rome reports the burning of Austrian dock yards near Trieste. Tokio reports the bombardment of Tsingtau by Japanese and British ships. Turkey says she must demobilize for lack of funds. Lisbon says Portugal is mobilizing. Washington says that the Mexican conference has accepted Carranzas resignation and has chosen General Villareal as provisional President. October 19th 1914. PICKED UP 18th from Cape Cod Massachusetts. New Yo.k weather for Monday, a r U 1 The Allies appear to have checked the Germans desperate attempts to gain the highways commanding the mute to Dunkirk. Armentiereson the Belgian border was occupied by the French Army after desperate fighting. This city is of vast strategic importance to the Allies. The Belgium Army is expected to prevent the Germans from passing the River Yser near the Channel coast North of Armentieres. The French and British defeated the Germans and siezed the heights which command the approaches to Givtenchy, one of the most important points in the German line of defence. North of Arras the Allies advanced rapidly in spite of determined resistance by the Germans west of Arras. Towards the river Oise the Germans were compelled to abandon their trenches. At several stations it the I rench Centre and on their right wing the situation is unchanged. Serious anti-German riots occurred in London. Shops owned by Germans were wrecked by crowds and one shop was et on fire. The steamship of the HollandAmerican Line which struck a mine in the English Channel on Saturday arrived safely in Rotteidam today. No one on board was injured by the explosion. The German army which is attempting to invade Russia has been defeated in attempts to cross the River Vistula according to a semiofficial announcement made in Petrograd today. London, Sunday. An offical report by General French, commanding the British Expeditionary force gives the total of killed wounded and missing from 1st September to 8th October as 561 Ofbce.s and 12980 men. Sir Hiram Maxim according to a London publication has invented an incendiary bullet which will destroy Zeppelin airships. President Wilson's war tax bill aimed to raise one hundred million dollars annually passed the Senate last night 34 to 21. Halifax Oil tanker "Bnndilla under American flag formerly German Oil tanker "Washington^' was brought into this harbour this after noon by British auxiliary Cruiser "Caronia" believed carrying contraband cargo. GOVERNMENT PRESS 18th. October 19th 1914, A British cruiser and torpedo boats sunk four German destroyeis off the Dutch coast. r


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Nullius a.ddiciu |urare In verb* magletri.
Being bound to ewear to the Dogma* ^f no Master.
VOL.X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. October 19.1914
No. 245
L. GILBERT DUPUCH,
Editor und Proprietor.
OFFICE: 38-44 MARKET STREET
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas
'PHONE 260. P. O. BOX 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday
single copy ......... Jd
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ......... id i
Weekly ............ 4id
Monthly ............xs. 4d
Quarterly...........4.
HalfYcarly............8s.
Yearly ............16s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates :Six pence per line
for first insertion; three pence p?r line
for second insertion ; and one penny per
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
^^Publication began at 5.10 p.m.
MAILS
Foreign Mails per "Frances E"
(specially addressed) will be closed
on Wednesday 21st, at 8 a.m.
:o:
The October Sessions of the Su-
preme Court begins on Wednes-
day 21st.
We regret to learn that a cable-
gram was received by the Light-
house. Department from Havana
on Saturday night reporting the
death on Saturdav 10th October of
Mr. SelathiePW. Roberts,Pimcipal
Lightkeeper at Cay Sal lighthouse.
Mr. Roberts was in the 49th
vear of his age and has been a
lightkeeper for years.
:o:
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
October 19th igi.
London 18th
Governor, Bahamas.
New light cruiser Undaunted,
Captain Fox, with destroyers
Lance, Commander Egerton ,
Lennox, Lieutenant Commander
Cane; Logan, Lieutenant Com-
ander Allsopp; Loyal, Lieute-
nant Commander Burgess Watson,
engaged and sunk four German
destroyers off the Dutch coast
seventeenth October.
Our casualties one officer and
four men wounded.
Damage to destroyers slight.
Thirty one German survivors
aie prisoners.
(Signed)
HARCOURT.
PICKED UP 18th.
London thinks that Ostend
is alieady occupied by the Ger-
mans but a ieport from Copenha-
gen says that Berlin believes that
England will defend it with their
navy.
The Admiralty reports that the
cruiser Theseus escaped the attack
of the submarines which sunk the
Hawk*. A total of six cruisers
have been lost thus far.
Paris says the baitle is going
slowly but surely in favour of the
Allies who have forced, back at-
tempts to reach. French coast line,
and gained ground in actions
around Rheims and Verdun.
Copenhagen savs that Gtrmany
is sending 400.000 more troops
mostly artillery, to Fran-e.
Amsterdam say sthat epidemics
is likely among the Germans who
were five days in flooded trenches.
Rome reports the burning of
Austrian dock yards near Trieste.
Tokio reports the bombardment
of Tsingtau by Japanese and Bri-
tish ships.
Turkey says she must demobi-
lize for lack of funds.
Lisbon says Portugal is
mobilizing.
Washington says that the Mexi-
can conference has accepted Car-
ranzas resignation and has chosen
General Villareal as provisional
President.
October 19th 1914.
PICKED UP
18th from Cape Cod Massachusetts.
New Yo.k weather for Monday,
*a'r- U 1
The Allies appear to have check-
ed the Germans desperate attempts
to gain the highways commanding
the mute to Dunkirk.
Armentiereson the Belgian bor-
der was occupied by the French
Army after desperate fighting.
This city is of vast strategic im-
portance to the Allies.
The Belgium Army is expected
to prevent the Germans from pass-
ing the River Yser near the Chan-
nel coast North of Armentieres.
The French and British defeated
the Germans and siezed the heights
which command the approaches to
Givtenchy, one of the most impor-
tant points in the German line of
defence.
North of Arras the Allies ad-
vanced rapidly in spite of determin-
ed resistance by the Germans west
of Arras.
Towards the river Oise the Ger-
mans were compelled to abandon
their trenches.
At several stations it the I rench
Centre and on their right wing the
situation is unchanged.
Serious anti-German riots occur-
red in London. Shops owned by
Germans were wrecked by crowds .
and one shop was et on fire.
The steamship of the Holland-
American Line which struck a mine
in the English Channel on Saturday
arrived safely in Rotteidam today.
No one on board was injured by
the explosion.
The German army which is at-
tempting to invade Russia has been
defeated in attempts to cross the
River Vistula according to a semi-
official announcement made in
Petrograd today.
London, Sunday. An offical re-
port by General French, command-
ing the British Expeditionary force
gives the total of killed wounded
and missing from 1st September to
8th October as 561 Ofbce.s and
12980 men.
Sir Hiram Maxim according to a
London publication has invented
an incendiary bullet which will de-
stroy Zeppelin airships.
President Wilson's war tax bill
aimed to raise one hundred million
dollars annually passed the Senate
last night 34 to 21.
Halifax Oil tanker "Bnndilla ,
under American flag formerly Ger-
man Oil tanker "Washington^' was
brought into this harbour this after
noon by British auxiliary Cruiser
"Caronia" believed carrying con-
traband cargo.
GOVERNMENT PRESS 18th.
October 19th 1914,
A British cruiser and torpedo
boats sunk four German destroyeis
off the Dutch coast.
r


Most importanfSgtiting is now
going on in West Flanders across
the French border in Pas de Ca-
lais. Arras is the scene of the hard
est fighting. The (Jermans are
trying to break through to the
Calais Railway and claim that
they are continually gaining
ground.
Battles continue along a strip
south of the Meuse River around
St.Miheles where the French have
been trying to dislodge the Ger-
mans. Reports of fighting in Fast
Prussia, Poland and Galicia and in
Hungary are widely different. Rus-
sians declaie they are leaving Hun-
gary to rtcap cholera.
Big battles have started in Po-
land between the Germans and
Russians. The Holland American
liner Noordam is reported to have
struck a mine in the Fnglish
Channel and seven passengers were
injured.
Winston Chuichill, Fiist Lord
of the Admiralty, defends himself
against attacks for sending British
naval brigades to the defense of
fortresses at Antwerp.
No marked change is reported'
in the French theatie of war.
Washington: The belliger-nts
must respect United States rights,
was the warning issued by Senator
Stone in an address to the senate.
Warring nations should he very
careful to recognize our rights and
keep faith with us. If they fail to do
this the responsbility will be on
their heads.
I'ICKKD UP
Petrograd says that the Germans
were forced back from Warsaw with
loss of 42 guns.
Milan reports rumours of a naval
battle in the Black Sea between
Russjan fleet and Turks, aided by
the Goeben and Bretlau.
Capetown says that a great
majority of the Boers are joining
Geneial Botha and are loyal to
England.
Special to tint Natsau Guardian
New York, Oct. 19th.
The Fiench have driven th<*Ger-
mans out of \rmentieres after a
desperate battle.
The Belgians have forced the
Germans to retreat at the River
Yser.
The Allies havsjadvanced to the
North of Arras. ,
Serious anti-German riots are
tiking place in the submits of
London.
The Germans have failed to
cros- tin Vistula River,
New York, Oct. 18th.
London official war bureau an-
nouces that four German torpedo
boat destroyers were sunk off the
Dutch coast by the British light
mi ser Undaunted.
A trawler has been blown up in
the North Sea by a German mine.
The entire crew was lost.
The German armies have been
driven back and are retreating at
every point in Belgium and
France.
The Allies have gained a big
victory near Arras.
Russian troops have routed the
Germans South of Przemysl.
OFFICIAL
October 19th 1914.
London 19th,
Governor,
Nassau,
October 19th, following from
Press Bureau :
British troops have made good
progress.
During the fighting of the past
few days in northern area the
Allies have driven the enemy
back more than thirty miles.
(signed) "
HARCOURT.
GOVKRNMKNT l'KKSS
The Allies are credited with
two important victories over the
Germans at Dunkirk and at
Calais and at other points the
Germans have been pushed back.
The Germans have establish-
ed civil administration in the
greater part of Belgium.
Germans are receiving rein-
forcements and it is expected
th.it they will resume ihier at
tacks on the Allies.
Adverse weater and bad roads
have prevented serious fighting
in Servia.
A London mob attacked German
shopkeepers and wrecked and loot
ed twenty or more places before
they were interrupted by the police,
twenty arrests were made.
Official London reports say that
the British hive driven the Ger
mans back thirty miles in the
Northern district in tbepift four
days.
The steamer Noordam which
was dam.iged Satiudiy by sti iking
a mine in 1 he North Sea limped in-
to Rxtteidam. She sailed lioni
New York on October 8th
The steamer Brindilla Hying the
American flag was In ken Into Hali-
fax as a prize b) n British cruissr
It is claimed that she had contra-
band of war aboard. She was
formerly a German s'enmer. An
Admiralty court will sit on the
case.
The Prussian Dial will ask for
a loan of 75.000.000 n p rtion of
which will be used for aid of East
Pi ussia.
British financial advisers aie to
disCUSS the adjustment of exchange
between tlta United States ami
England.
The Germans have been repulsed
at Saint Die in one of the fiercest
battles of the campaign in France.
General French has issued a state-
ment of the British fighting fur the
month ending September 29th.
A Rome dispatch states that
Prince William of Wied former
ruler of Albaia has joined the
German army and is on his way to
the front in France.
Chicago : Colonel Roosevelt
literally put the Rivtr of DourJt on
the map today when he conferred
with Paul Goode, professor of
geography of the University of
Chicago.
An Athens dispatch reports great
d?mage from Earthquake yester-
day. The villages of Kapareili and
Pyri, near Thebes, were destroyed.
250 Mexican wounded have been
taken for tieatment to an Arizona
Hospital, by permission of the
United States authorities. Carranza
is to pay their expense 1,
o
For Sale
\TE LADIES BICYCLE
in excellent Condition.
Apply to
I.ABRON BETHEL
Williams' Shoe Store
Bay Street.
- -.------h-
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Doora open 7.V). Performance
begin at A.15 p.m.
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
I from to-day.
All ROUGH lumber op to 8 ft.
6/j per 100. All DRESSED
lumber up to ft. 8/4 per 100.
All ROUGH and DRESSED to
16ft. 10/5 per mo. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. 13/6 per 100. (above
up to 8 ins. wide)
These prices are for CASH
absolutely and being V?AR
prices are made to help the pub-
I'j and are subject to change
without notice.
The Bahamat Timber Co. Ltd.
Fresh Onion Seed
FROM TENERIFFE
AND NATIVE SEED CO RN
'At Toote's, 499 Bay Street
Mapes Fertilizers
/ now cdrru in stock the
following fortunes:
Pineapple.\\ has been prov-
en that this hasnoequal
and a visit to fwds using
same will convince you.
Vegetable.'Now is the time
to use this and increase
your yield in Tomatoes,
Potatoes, Onions and all
other vegetables by 100
per cent.
Orange Tree.To assist the
growth of Young Citrus
Tree.
Fruit and Wine.Increase the
yield and growth of old
Citrus trees.
Eor further information
and books on the use of these
fertilizers, please apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
Agtnt for Mapes Fertiliser
in the Bahamas.
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that I e has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities fin the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to cairy out Funerils that
may be entrusted to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits-theii patronage (let
my Prices first and prove tha?these
are the.veiy lowest for the first CiaM
work.
Notice
THIS is i'> inform mv P itroued
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
lilack Smith Shop; and am no
ready to d<- anything in I e line ol
Geneial repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All v ork done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLER,
May Essst St. (Wharf;
CANE |YRUP
Can be had at T. M. Knowlc
at 10s. stg. per Tin
GOOD and THICK.


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