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JOHN 255-256,

JOHN 255-256,

THE JEWISH CHRONICLE. 7.0 by 4.0 9.0 „ 6.0 12.0 „ 9.0 15.0 „ 10.3 15.6 „ 12.0
August 21, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

A number of the pupils of the Sunday School and of the members of the choir of the Bradford Synagogue had their summer outing last week. By invitation of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Strauss, they went to Morecambe to spend a day at the seaside. Digging on the sands, visiting the ships
August 21, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE JEWISH CHRONICLE. CONGREGATIONAL, &o.

THE JEWISH CHRONICLE. CONGREGATIONAL, &o.

MERTHYR HEBREW CONGREGATION. WANTED for the minket' Mitt F.stivals a c•mpetent SECOND READER Applications, by letter only, siatirg reference and remuneration required. Applications received not later than 21st inat . M. Le vinsohn. Hon. gec , High-street, Dowlaie. VACANT for the
August 21, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GREAT EALING SCHOOL, EALING, W. Principal - - Rev. JOHN CHAPMAN. Member of the University of London and of Jews'

GREAT EALING SCHOOL, EALING, W. Principal - - Rev. JOHN CHAPMAN. Member of the University of London and of Jews'

College, and formerly Head Master of the Jews' Hospital and Orphan Asylum. GREAT EALING SCIIOOL has been awarded nearly 350 asrtitioates. Distinctlees and Seheterships, of which FIFTY have been gained during the past two_ years ; by reason of which it continues to hold the forem
August 7, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
READING.

READING.

Services were hold at the Queen's Hall. and were attended by several additional visitors, including two lads from Twyford College. The Rev. N. Aarons conducted the services. SHEFFIELD. On the Day of Atonement, sermons were preached by the Rev. A. ClIAE:INI and the Chazan, the Re
September 25, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

The opening general meeting of the ninth session of the Edinburgh Hebrew Young Men's Social and Literary Association was held in the Hall connected with the synagogue, Graham Street, on Sunday last. Mr. E. N. Furst, President, occupied the chair. Ho said that the session which h
September 25, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE TALMUD TORAH CLASSES,

THE TALMUD TORAH CLASSES,

THE TALMUD TORAH CLASSES , In anticipation of the general meeting of the Talmud Torah Classes (Great Garden Street. Wbitechapel), to be held on Sunday, the 2ad of February, the Fourteenth Annual Report has been issued. Over 600 children attend the Classes. The new class-rooms are
January 24, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PAMPHLET SENT POST FREE. NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION.

PAMPHLET SENT POST FREE. NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION.

PULTERNACHIR & Co., 194, 4KGENT STIRKT, W.
January 24, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SALE MONDAY NEXT,

SALE MONDAY NEXT,

AND FOLLOWING DAYS. Number 1. Mantles, Capes, and Costumes. Number 2. Tailoring. Number 3. Men's Hats. Number 4. Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. Number 5. Men's and Boys' Hosiery. Number 8. Gloves. Number 7. ladies' Underwear and Silk Blouses. Number 8. Boots, Shoes and Slippers
January 24, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Pri•l wc,t, Yi2)( . 4i.. 1%,•-• EATFIN,

Pri•l wc,t, Yi2)( . 4i.. 1%,•-• EATFIN,

January 24, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England