January 1907

New Branch Library at Dundee

Blackness LibraryEntry having being given to the ground at Blackness for the new branch library, operations will it is expected, be commenced forth with. Tenders are now being invited for the work of construction and it is hoped that work will be pushed on with vigor.

Cosy Bottles

Meldrums for hot water bottles 3/6 to 8/6.
Repairs promptly executed at Meldrums, 13-15 Reform Street, Dundee.

Christmas Service

Special Christmas services were conducted at St. Mary Magdalene's Episicopal Church on Sunday at 6.30 am, 8 am and 11 am. Holy Communion was dispensed.

Voice Training

Voice culture, singing - Emil Behnke's System. Pupils carefully trained.
Terms:- Suttie, 33 Park Avenue (2nd flat), Dundee.

Dundee Horticultural Society

Wanted, Manager for the Society's Exhibition. Particulars as to duties, salary etc will be supplied and applications for office received up to 31st January currently by:-
Will F. Hill, Solicitor, 42 Barrack Street, Dundee (secretary).

Gaiety Theatre, Dundee

Mother Goose or the Good Fairy of Bird
This splendid and successful production willl positively finish on Saturday January 19th. Hundreds nightly refused admission.
Early doors - 6.20 and 8.35
Saturday 6.00 and 8.35
Special matinee for children on Saturday at greatly reduced prices.

It Will Take Time

The Suffragists had an excellent turn out in the Gilfillan Hall on Thursday evening and are to be congratulated upon the splendid impression they made. There can be no doubt that this movement has come to stay - that it will grow and triumph. But aren't the women just a little too impatient? All reforms take time and this particular agitation, while it certainly will ripen, will only do so at proper season.

Death of Dundee Cricketer in India

The news of the death of Willie Anderson a well-known Dundee Cricketer, came as a distinct surprise to his many friends in Dundee. Mr Anderson went out to Calcutta some time ago. He was for many years secretary of the Dundee Clydesdale Cricket Club, a position he fulfilled with distinction. Although never an outstanding player, he was a valuable man, being a fairly good batter and bowler.

Lectures on Gardening

A course of lectures on gardening under the technical instructional scheme of the County Council was commenced on Monday night by Mr Berry of the Scottish Agricultural College. The course was introduced by Mr Soutar, the chairman of Dundee District Committee of the County Council. The lecture consisted of hints on the workings of soil and drainage.

Dundee Highland Society

Great Highland Gathering
Foresters' Halls
Wednesday first
Unique programme of Scottish songs and sentiment by leading Scottish artists.
Doors 7.30 pm, Concert 8 pm.