February 1907

Fire in Dundee Works

Shortly after 10 pm last night fire broke out in Hillbank Linen Works, Messrs James Scott & Sons Ltd. The outbreak occurred in the west wing and was caused by Building the Caird Halloverheating in the engine room. The reeling and spinning flats were affected but the iron doors prevented the spread of the flames. Considerable damage was done by water.

Mangle for Sale

Box Mangle for sale. Decided bargain. In first class workng condition and very compact.
Contact Bartly, 50 Gellatly Street, Dundee.


Old Morgan Hospital Boys
A meeting will be held in Mather's Hotel on Saturday at 7.30 pm.

Dresscutting Classes

Dresscutting and millinery classes, YMCA, Tay Street, Dundee. Names enrolled for the second course. February 11th and following days. Enrol in Albert Street Branch on Wednesday and Friday at 7.15 pm.


Experienced Milliners and Improvers wanted for Melville House, High Street and Nethergate.

Gaiety Theatre

Monday 18th February
Welcome return and the last week of
The grand spectacular pantomime
"Mother Goose"
Early door 6.30 pm and 8.40 pm.
Matinee Saturday 2.15 pm.

Pineapple Sweet

Get a tin of pineapple chunks and heap them up like a pyramid in a dish. Then take the syrup and add sufficient gelatine dissolved to make a stiff jelly also add a few drops of cochineal to colour it. Put in a basin to cool and when set break up and arrange tastefully among the chunks. Just before sending to table pile whipped cream on top and strew a few hundreds and thousands over and serve.

Today's Cup-Tie

Trainer Longair has this week been putting Dundee FC cup-tie players through their paces in preparation for today's great cup-tie against Partick at Meadowside. Good, hard training has been indulged in and the players are all in the pink of condition.

Burns as Temperance Reformer

Burns' songs and lessons from the poet's life constituted the programme at the weekly meeting on Saturday held under the auspices of Dundee Gospel Temperance Union. Mr John G. Lawson and Mr John Paul delivered an interesting address in the course of which he said that had Burns lived today he would have been a leading temperance reformer and a prominent advocate for the uplifting of the downtrodden.

Grand Sale of Work

St Andrew's Parish Church
Grand Sale of Work
in Foresters' Large Hall
Friday 1st March at 12 o'clock
Saturday 2nd March at 2 o'clock.