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May 8, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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May 8, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE REV. MORRIS JOSEPH ON REFORM AND REVIVAL.

THE REV. MORRIS JOSEPH ON REFORM AND REVIVAL.

THE REV. MORRIS JOSEPH ON REFORM AND REVIVAL . The Rev. MORRIS JOSEPH occupied tl e pulpit at tbo Berkeley Street Synagogue on Sabbath last, the seventh day of Passover. and preachedfrom Isaiah xliv, 2-5. The Prophet's message, said the preacher, which promised a religious reviva
April 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JANUARY 10, 1896.

JANUARY 10, 1896.

January 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Chief Rabbi. Dr. Adler's services to the Society have been beyond praise, and he will, we trust, be able to

Chief Rabbi. Dr. Adler's services to the Society have been beyond praise, and he will, we trust, be able to

fall in with the general wish and accept the office. It ought to be possible to connect Mr. Wolf permanently with the executive work of the Society by creating the necessary office of Chairman of Committees. In this way, Mr. Wolf's services could be retained while his unselfish
January 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
JEWISH MINISTERS IN THE PROVINCES.

JEWISH MINISTERS IN THE PROVINCES.

SIR,—For many years I was one of those who had but little faith in what the English minister could do for Judaism. But my experience has, lam happy to be able to state, quite changed this view, and I now consider him to be indispensable in the very useful and invaluable work whi
January 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE FINANCES OF THE ASSOCIATION

THE FINANCES OF THE ASSOCIATION

Mr. D. Kivu brought up the following report of the Finance Committee of the Executive Committee on the Rev. Dr. Lowy's proposals for improving the financial position of the Association Tne Finance Sub-Committee of the Executive Committee have considered the proposals of the Rev.
January 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SCHOOLS IN THE EAST.

SCHOOLS IN THE EAST.

The report of the Executive Committee was read. The following is an abstract (financial matters having already been referred to) : BEYROTIT SCHOOL—Application is made for the restoration of the former grant of £6O (discontinued since 1892), and for a further grant to pay the exp
January 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

The children attending the Sunday School in oonneotion wl , ll the Bradford Synagogue, Bowlend Street, had their winter treat hint Thursday. They were taken to the afternoon performance of the Pantomime, Theatre Royal, by the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Strauss. Afterwards they returned t
January 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE JEWISH CHRONICLE.

THE JEWISH CHRONICLE.

JEWS' FREE SCHOOL CHILDREN'S HAPPY EVENINGS. The Annual Meeting of the Committee of the Happy Evenings for Children at the Jews' Free Snhool was held on Thursday, the 2nd inst., at the office of the Chief Rabbi. There were present : The CHIEF &tam in the chair, Mho Adler, Miss L
January 10, 1896 - Jewish Chronicle - London, London, England