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Jewish Standard (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, London, Middlesex ORGAN OF toy 4. Vol. 115.] LONDON SIVAN 18, 5650-JUNE 6, 1890. One * On May 31st, at 19, Berner Commercial the wife of Graham Solomon of a On May 29, at 08, Elsted David Aged 71 On May 30, at 1, Hall St. John's Samuel Aged 84 On May 30, at 15, Alfred Bedford child of Henry Aged 7 On June 1, at 175, Brady Street Philip Solomon Van Aged 67 Lamented by son and On June 3, at 81, Balfour Mark Aged 74 note UNITED NEW Great St. HOSPITAL mHE REV. L. CANTER permission of the Wardens of the Western will preach in this Synagogue during the Morning By Isaac Sec. June 6th, 5650-1890. UNITED HOSPITAL MICHAEL 1U- B.A. will deliver a in this on the ensuing 4S during Morning By J. Spanish & Portuguese W. HOSPITAL REV. DR. Chief Rabbi of the will PREACH in this during the Morning By E. H. June 6,5650-1890. CASTLE LOT WEEKLY SERVICE FOB THE Gold Fields of Soutli CAPE MADAGASCAR and EAST THE Royal Mail Steamers of THE CASTLE MAIL PACKETS carrying the British and Portuguese leave LONDON every alternate and DARTMOUTH on the following with PASSENGERS and GOODS for MOSSEL the EAST LONDON & NATAL Oct LISBON and Intermediate steamers are despatched every alternate WEDNESDAY from calling and proceeding thence direct to the CAPE &c. GRAND thus providing direct communication between the Continent and South Cargo are taken at frequent regular intervals for Delagoa and every fourth week for the Coast also once every six weeks for Madagascar and Mauritius Passengers embark either at London or Free Railway Tickets to arc granted from London or RETURN TICKETS issued for all For Dates of or Passage apply DONALD CURRIE & 3 and 4, Fenchurch UNION for South African Gold % MOUSE H J.P. Prospectuses on Who want to be and make their way in the should write for Prospectus of the 272, REGENT W. Situations found for all Pupils at Good Cape of Good and East African Royal Mail Weekly The Union Steam Ship 1853.) The Royal Mail Steamers of the Union Steam Ship Limited Contract with the Governments of the Cape of Good Hope and sail from Southampton every alternate calling at Lisbon and and proceeding thence to South African The Intermediate Steamers are despatched from Hamburg Rotterdam and Antwerp and at and faking Passengers and Goods for South African Ports without The Intermediate Steamers call at Canary Islands and make a Regular Service between and South and with the Mail Steamers a Weekly Service between England and South St. Helena is called at at regular intervals by the Intermediate Passengers are conveyed to and Canary Islands and Passengers and Goods to Cape Hossel Port Elizabeth East Natal and Delagoa Return Tickets Surgeon and Stewardesses Electric &c. Superior Accommodation and For Handbook and all information apply to The Union Steam Ship Canute and South African 94 to 96, South Hackney Synagogue DEVONSHIRE REV. JOSEPH ZEDEK will deliver a Sermon in this Synagogue on Sabbath 7th during Morning By M. J. Windsor Street Synagogue 1, Catherine Wheel Sandys HOSPITAL THE REV. C. Z. the deliver Sermons in aid of the Hospital Fund on 7th 'S at 2 p.m. Also on the 8th June 1890, at the above By Jos. Hon. Sec. ANGLO-JEWISH THE ELECTION of MEMBERS of the COUNCIL will take place at the Annual Meeting on the 29th All persons proposed for election have to be nominated in writing by two members of and the those of the should be sent to this office on or before the 15th M. Clerk to the Blomfield 85, BERTHA WEIL'S First Grand Evening Concert the direction of Mr. Wilhelm June 11, at Baker W. Stalls 10s. 6d., Reserved Seats 5s. Tickets 2s. to be had of Messrs. Chappell & 50, New Bond and Miss Bertha 16, Edgware Hyde W. Marlborough Private Jewish Boarding 14,14a, & 15, KING'S Opposite the close to West and 1 Minute from Brill's Liberal Excellent with every home Large airy facing the Highly Moderate Tariff on Manageress Mrs. 1Y/TETROPOLITAN TAL SUNDAY Majesty The Hospital 8th 1890. Any of our readers unable to attend Divine Worship on Saturday June 7th, is requested to send his or her contribution to the Lord Cheques and Post Office Orders made payable to the Mr. Henry N. should be crossed Bank of and sent to the Mansion House FREE bell 3,500 The Right Hon. lord Gut a DINNER in aid of the Funds of the above Institution will be held at the on Tuesday the 10th The Right Hon. the PRESIDENT in the Supported by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor and the RAOUL H. Hon. 11, George I Secretaries Lombard } Dinner SIDNEY M. EDITOR of the Standard is prepared to undertake the DISPOSAL of Meat and Coal or other charitable among the deserving
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