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Ladies' Plain Hose, High tiolloed pair. Ladles' Suoei Cashmere Hose, Coloured Imbn New Designs, 1/10 Ladies' Plain BI extra splioed

Ladies' Plain Hose, High tiolloed pair. Ladles' Suoei Cashmere Hose, Coloured Imbn New Designs, 1/10 Ladies' Plain BI extra splioed

ankl throughout % - Ladles' Black White or C 'oared Fronts, New Designs, Lynes' Black Lisle Plain or Laos 1/S per pair. Ladies'lllack with Horizontal Cerise, p eWhe Ladieslilack Ll with White or C dared Fronts, Ni pair. CHILDREN' CASHMERE , spiclAL LINZ if ea a Double Knees, 1/-
May 15, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ALEXANDRA HOUSE, 40, BIRCHINGTON RD., KILBURN. BOARD and RESIDENCE with every home comfort ; liberal table ; excellent cuisine ;

ALEXANDRA HOUSE, 40, BIRCHINGTON RD., KILBURN. BOARD and RESIDENCE with every home comfort ; liberal table ; excellent cuisine ;

close to 'bus and rail to all parts ; terms moderate. Address MRS. MO ;ES. THE MISSES ANSELL, "JAMAICA HOUSE." 21, TORRINGTON SQ., W.C. BOARD & RESIDENCE, With every Home Comfort, Liberal Table Baths, hot and cold.
May 15, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OVERDOORS. ARCHES.. DRAPERIES. CURTAINS..

OVERDOORS. ARCHES.. DRAPERIES. CURTAINS..

OVERDOORS. ARCHES.. DRAPERIES. CURTAINS. . Special line of Swiss Guipure & Nottingham Lace Curtains.
May 15, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HAMPSTEAD.

HAMPSTEAD.

Mr. FRANK I. LvoNs, Senior Warden, presided. Meagre. H. L. Benjamin, A. Davis, and J. Krailsheimer were appointed Scrutineers. The ballot showed the following results : Wsamess.—Mesers. *Frank I. Lyons and *H. Nathan. BOARD OF MANAGEMENT.—Keurs. 'A. J. Benja min , *M. Davis, Dav
May 15, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER.

MANCHESTER.

A special service in memory of the late Baron Hirsch was held at the Manchester Talmud Torah Schools on Sunday last. Among those present were the Revs. Dr. B. Salomon, J. R. Tallentine, T. Klotz, L. M. Simmons, B. A., LL.B., J. Mat& M. Newman, Messrs. M. Steinort, J. Taylor, I.
May 15, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FIANCES.

FIANCES.

ABRAHAMS: STRIIMP.—EBTHICR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. ABRAHAMS, of Bathstreet, Glasgow, to BENJAMIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. STRUM?, George-btreet, Glasgow. HARRISON : COHEN —MARIE LOUISE HARRISON, of Oak Villa, Hatherley-road, Waltbamstow, Essex, to COSMAN HENRY COHEN, of " Ra
March 6, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ALLIANCE

ALLIANCE

ASSURANCE COMPANY. Capital - L 5,000,000. HEAD OFFICE: Bartboloinow Lana, London, 8.0. DIRECTORS: Right Ku. LORD normaimmu, (Chairman.) James Alexander, Esq. Charles George Barnett, Esq. Charles Edward Barnett, Esti. Right Hon. Lord Battersea. Hon. %anoint P. Bonverie. Thomas He
March 6, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE JEWISH CHRONICLE.

THE JEWISH CHRONICLE.

OLYMPIA. --SPORTING and MILITARY SHOW. Twice Daily at 2 and 8 p.m. General Manager. Sir AUGUSTUS HARRIS. ON THE ROAD TO THE DERBY. ON THE ROAD TO CHITRAL. CYCLING—CYCLING (Under N.C.U. rules.) on the GRAND VELODROME. Full Bana of H.M. Scots Guards. PROMENADE CONCERTS in the Palm
March 6, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
J. SAMUEL & SON,

J. SAMUEL & SON,

Monumental Masons Undertakers. Established 60 years. Works-147, Sidney Street, MILE £ND, E. Headstones, Tombs, and Monuments sup plied for all oemeteries in Stone, Aberdeen, Granite and Marble, with the Imperishable Lead Letters. Designs, to, forwarded on applications. Funerals
March 6, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
UNITED SYNAGOGUE,

UNITED SYNAGOGUE,

The monthly meeting of the Council of the United Synagogue was held on Tuesday at the Central Synagogue Chambers. There were present : Mr. HENRY Lucas, one of the Vice-Presidents, in the chair, Messrs. H. A. Abrahams, E. N. Adler, S. Alexander, H. P. Arabolz, G. Bendon, A. J. Be
March 6, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England