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The Young Lad Just Starting Work is plod to know of Good Opening. Should you require a Boy, Advertise Telegraph

The Young Lad Just Starting Work is plod to know of Good Opening. Should you require a Boy, Advertise Telegraph

and Post." Cheap Prepaid Rate —12 Words, 6d. Six Consecutive Insertions for Price of Five.
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
G. R. Your King & Country need another 100,000 Men. IN the present grave national emergency another 100,000 men are

G. R. Your King & Country need another 100,000 Men. IN the present grave national emergency another 100,000 men are

needed at once to rally round the Flag and add to the ranks of our New Armies. Terms of Service (Extension of Age Limit. Height Reduced to Normal Standard). Age on enlistment 19 to 38. Ex- Soldiers up to 45. Minimum height 5 ft. 3 inches. Chest 34J inches. Must be medically fit.
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE m Bargains are always welco,ine to the expert shopper, and never more so than now, when matters stand as

THE m Bargains are always welco,ine to the expert shopper, and never more so than now, when matters stand as

they do. many sections of this store you will find fresh and fashionable goods— goods of merit—offered at extra tempting prices. It is hardly necessary for me to advise you to be prompt in your buying if you wish to avoid disappointment. Bargains such as are now offered will bri
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Public Notices. TERRITORIAL FORCE. ARMY SERVICE CORPS. . Til (RESERVE) COY. DIVISIONAL IID A Limited Number of SADDLERS, WHEELERS, and

Public Notices. TERRITORIAL FORCE. ARMY SERVICE CORPS. . Til (RESERVE) COY. DIVISIONAL IID A Limited Number of SADDLERS, WHEELERS, and

ONE QUALIFIED optlo are required once. Recruits will hare of Volunteering for Foreign Service. Immediate application should be made, by letter, to A.SC. HEADQUARTERS. Drill Hall, Bell St., Dundee. . A. C. MACKENZIE FRASEg^4ggg Entertainments. HM. T H E A -ft-*- • To-Night and du
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HERE AND THERE

HERE AND THERE

ROLLS OF HONOUR. S ° L &IERS' WIVES AND SWEETHEARTS RECEPTION FOR SOLDIERS' RELATIVES. our hospitals the city and are keenly interested in the war j (j, and welcome daily papers, illustrated ' weeklies, and magazines. lam quite that there are many citizens who would to help by p
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The ??? of Dr Barnardo's Boys' Home Js rccruits at Gamberwell to the j stations.

The ??? of Dr Barnardo's Boys' Home Js rccruits at Gamberwell to the j stations.

19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW-BOUND STEAMER

GLASGOW-BOUND STEAMER

Runs Ashore in Fog-. Lloyd's Londonderry agent telegraphed today that the steamer Thistle, from Londonderry for Glasgow with general cargo and passengers, went ashore in Rosses Bay, River' Foyle, last night during a dense fog and] remains. The passengers were landed here this
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PLAINS OF DIXMUDE ARE INUNDATED.

PLAINS OF DIXMUDE ARE INUNDATED.

Amsterdam. Thursday. | The Telegraaf learns from Sluis, on the Belgian frontier, that yesterday morning artillery fire was again audible from the Yser, where the attack had evidently been renewed on Nieuport and Dixmude. Between both towns the region is inundated, is also the pl
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROVISIONS FOR GERMANY

PROVISIONS FOR GERMANY

A Gen ova correspondent telegraphs that large consignments of provisions are passing through Switzerland into Germany. Three hundred waggons laden with com, potatoes, and other produce from Italywere despatched.
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THREE MONTHS FOR WIFE DESERTER AT DUNDEE.

THREE MONTHS FOR WIFE DESERTER AT DUNDEE.

How a " wanted" man was caught through his name appearing in a newspaper was told at Dundee Sheriff Court to-day. James Ronayne, labourer, whose address is at present unknown, admitted deserting and neglecting to maintain his wife and three children, aged eight, five, and one ye
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland