October 1911


Her Majesty’s Theatre
Managing Director – Mr Robert Arthur
Monday, Oct 9th, for six nights
‘Through Death Valley’,
‘The Mormon Peril’
Box Office (Messrs Paterson), 10 to 5. Tel. 795.

New Player for Dundee

Rumour has it that a new player is likely to appear in the lines of the Dark Blues shortly. Who he is or where he comes from is not yet known, but for some time the Directors have been on the lookout for an additional member to the team. Dundee travel to Edinburgh today, where they meet Hearts, and in all possibility the following eleven will represent the Dens Parkers:- Lyall; Ferguson and Lindsay; Aitken; Neal and Mair; Bellamy; McLauchlan; Hamilton; McFarlane and Fraser.

Jute and Flax Workers’ Union

The half-yearly meeting of the Jute and Flax Workers’ Union was held in the Forester’s Hall, Mr Mara in the Chair. The accounts submitted were considered satisfactory. It was proposed that the Union should cease affiliation with the Labour Representation Committee, but this was defeated by an overwhelming majority. Several amendments were made on the rules and delegates were appointed to the Trade Council and the L.R.C.


Wanted – Painters, good journeymen wanted. Apply Henry Drummond, 103, Nethergate.

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Bonnethill United Free Church

A Cake and Candy Sale
Will be held in the large hall behind the Church on
Saturday, 14th, October, at 2 p.m.
Entrance by No 8. North George Street.
Admission 2d.

King’s Theatre and Hippodrome

Next Week –
The Limit in Animal Training.
Patsy and Sally,
The Jungle Children.
The only two chimpanzees ever trained to live and perform together.
Supported by Full Vauderville Co., including
The Gainsborough
An operatic creation presented by
Wilson and Crook.

Have You Eye-Strain?

Once again, we beg to caution you against neglecting your eyesight.
At this time of year eye-symptoms to a wholesale extent.
Come and let us test your sight.
Lennie & Thomson,
52, Reform Street, Dundee.
(Next to Lamb’s Hotel).