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The returns of recruiting received from all the centres in Great Britain show that in a few days Lord Kitchener's

The returns of recruiting received from all the centres in Great Britain show that in a few days Lord Kitchener's

second 100,000 men will be raised.
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROTECTING DUNDEE'S TRADE.

PROTECTING DUNDEE'S TRADE.

Jute Outlook Hopelul, Classes Hit. . ttef Dundee Trade Outlook Con 1111 afternoon reviewed the 0 ' ;: ' lined a plan of campaign nl caused by the war. y-i Mr Archibald Newlands _ 1 return from the jute trade showe were employed in the mills and 1 these 33,474, er 91.4 per cent.
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GEMAHS HOLD MAYOR AND PRIEST

GEMAHS HOLD MAYOR AND PRIEST

D A T H S. tfli?'Job the 3d inst., George, '■ 58 165 Harris, mason, late ol New>ears age. = IllbW I Hostages For Whole City, And Threaten Citizens. Ostend, Friday. l^ 1 4 een ; by soldier on 2d Septemy re ceived here, says: —We were es^ ri lay a Wolverthen, north of ~ r ' kiU ,
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRANCE AND THE THE NEW POPE.

PRANCE AND THE THE NEW POPE.

N>ar, r , Paris, Friday. ' j? ex satisfaction at the f inal Delia Chiese as Pope, 6 of the new Pontiff was 11 i 'ate Cardinal Rampolla. If. ° n sidGred as being all that f ould de9ire - unanimously approve the (J . c ,. rnm ent to Bordeaux, and 1,1 ctlon that the populace of V a
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE TRADE REPORT.

DUNDEE TRADE REPORT.

RUSSIA IN PERFECT ORDER. (Special to the "Telegraph and Post.") Dundee, Friday. There continues to be no iax market. A leading Flax house writes from Riga that the most perfect order is being kept in both town and country, and that they have never seen better feeling amongst all
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE TO PLAY HIRS For the War Fund.

DUNDEE TO PLAY HIRS For the War Fund.

play a match at Tannadice Park on ednesday on behalf of the Prince of ales Fund. A game between the local rivals is sure to prove a strong draw. Raith Rovers' Team v. Hamilton. Raith Rovers' team against Hamilton Accies tomorrow will show little change on that which appeared aga
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Find Work the ,arc Looking regularly aad ;; .' j f ' on s Vacant Column of Tele- tQ °st'

Find Work the ,arc Looking regularly aad ;; .' j f ' on s Vacant Column of Tele- tQ °st'

i s h e mos satisfactory a °pt when a post is desired. SltCo^ec PrePaid Rate l 2 Words, 6d. ® Insertions for Price of Five.
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE SALESMAN whom you urgently need may be waiting for the appointment you have to offer. An advertisement in "

THE SALESMAN whom you urgently need may be waiting for the appointment you have to offer. An advertisement in "

Telegraph and Post" will enable you to pet touch with him. Cheap Prepaid Rate—l 2 Words, 6d. Six Consecutive Insertions for Price of Five.
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
T CAN'T BEAR TO HEAR YOUR CHILD CRY. Keep his stomach in order and you will soon find his temper

T CAN'T BEAR TO HEAR YOUR CHILD CRY. Keep his stomach in order and you will soon find his temper

improved. Next time he seems irritable, try a Steedman's Powder. Nothing else is just as good. Observe the ee in Steedman,
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MBROWN DUNDEE THE STORE THAI SATISFIES' A 4/11 CORSET Women who have housework or other bending work to do need

MBROWN DUNDEE THE STORE THAI SATISFIES' A 4/11 CORSET Women who have housework or other bending work to do need

a strong, serviceable, and comfortable Corset. This Corset we are offering at a special price the saloon to-day is a useful Housework Corset—strong and dependable. It is made in Dove or White Coutille, cased wide steels throughout, and shaped comfortably low in the bust and deep
4 September 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland