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Jewish Standard (Newspaper) - October 5, 1888, London, Middlesex THE ENGLISH ORGAN OF ORTHODOXY. [BaaisTKRien as a Niwspapbr.] Vol. I.-No. 30.] LONDON: FRIDAY, TISHRI 30, 5649.-OCT. 5, 1888. [Price One Penny. BIRTHS. On the 22nd wit., afc 90, Elgin Avenue, W., the wife of F. D. Samson-SiemniB, of a daughter. (No cards.) On Sept. 23, at 39, Broadway, Roath, Cardiff, the wife of Julius Gittelsohn, of a son. Friends please accept this, the only intimation. On Sept. 24, at 113, Graham Road, Dais ton, the wife of David E. Solomon, of a daughter. DEATHS. On Sept. 26, Miss Maria Salomons, at 12,Upper Marylebone Street* in her 40th year. On Oct. 1, Woolf Abrahams, at 253, Corfield Street, Bethnal Green Road, aged 63 years. Deeply lamented by his wife and sisters. On Oct. 1, Alice, wife of David Lenowitch, at 134, Kingsland Road, aged 58 years. On Oct. 2, Henry Hart, at 35, Woburn Square, "W., aged 68 years. 'n'nWn. PORTSDOWN HIGH SCHOOL, 50, PORTSDOWN ROAD, MAIDA VALE, W. Prinoipal-E. DRtELSMA. The Present Term commenced on the 1st of OCTOBER, 1888. For Prospectus and List of Referees apply to the Principal, at 113, Portsdown Road, Maida Vale, W. WILL BE READY OX OCTOBER 16th. SBCO]\ri3> BDITXOM* OS* THE JEWISH CALENDAR. MANUAL & DIARY _ _ 5649 This indispensable publication will, in addition to its exhaustive and detailed Lists of Jewish Charities, Schools and Institutions, its various Tables, &c, &c, contain a selection of literary matter of interest to Jews, and, in addition, a Story specially written for this publication, and entitled UNDER SENTENCE OF MARRIAGE By the Author of " The Premier and the Painter.'" THE PRESS ON J. FREEMAN BELL The Premier and the Painter'altogether contains more good things than are usually found in half-a-dozen successful novels."-The Jewish Chronicle. "'The Premier and the Painter' is an undeniably clever book."-The World. "Mr. Freeman Bell's work is cleverly original, and often lightened by bright flashes of wit."-The Morning Post. '"The Premier and the Painter* is the sort of book that demands yet defies quotation, and the description of. which as 'very clever' is at once inevitable and inadequate. The author is capable of insight and observation of a high order. To our mind, he is strong enough to no far."- The Athenceum. Octavo, handsomely bound in cloth, ONE SHILLING. Wholesale: L. SOHAAP, 9, Ferntower Eoad, N. And at all Booksellers. J. STROHMENGER & SONS' IRON PIMOMTES FOR SALE. IRON PIANOFORTES FOR SALE. SEVEN OCTAVES, IRON* FRAMES, VERY DURABLE. the Three Tears' System of purchase, from Fifteen Shillings per month, pay able TTAmr*v�.,_ *n advance, or liberal discount for cash. HARMONIUMS AND AMERICAN ORGANS from 10s. 6d. per month. 169 & 206, GOSWELL ROAD, LONDON. BRIGHTON SYNAGOGUE. The Wardens and Executive gratefully acknowledge the following donations offered daring the recent holidays, &o., in aid of the liquidation of the Mortgage Debt. v The Chief Rabbi, Dr. N. M. Adler 41 1 0 Mesarn. Sasaoon............10 U 0 Jacob SftHaoon.Eaq..........10 0 0 Samuel Cook, Esq., in memory of hie dear wife ............10 10 0 Samuel Cook, Ecq..........110 The Misae* Cohen, Adelaide Crescent;. 5 0 0 Mrs. R. S. Heilbut, in memory of her dear husband .........5 6 0 Samuel B. Heilbut, Esq., in memory of his dear father .........5 5 0 Moses Joseph, Esq. ... .....5 0 0 Mrs. Montagu Halford, in memory of her dear husband........, 8 3 0 Augustus Halford, Esq., in memory ' of hie dear father .........3 8 0 Walter Halford, Esq., in memory of his dear father .........3 3 0 Samuel Montagu, Esq., M.P. ... 3 3 0 Arthur J. Cohen, Esq.... .....3 3 0 Lewis Lewis, Esq..........2 2 0 A. O. Henriquee, Esq.......... S. Ullmnn, Esq. ... ......... J. Da Costa, EBq.......... Lipman Hams, E*q.......... Charles S. Davis. Esq. ...... L. H. Phillips, E*q.......... Miss Caroline Q-oldsmid ...... J. M. Levy, Esq. ......... Charles Montagu. Esq. ...... Asber Isaaos, Esq.......... D. Davis, Esq.............. Comtuerzieurath Israel, Berlin ... 8. Solomon, Esq. ......... L. LandHherg, Esq.......... Saul Phillips, Esq.......... Isaa^ Davis, Esq. ......... Charles Davis, Esq.......... Alfred Da Costa, Esq. ...... Harry B. Lewi*, Esq.......... Mark Phillips, Esq.......... Percy Cohen, Esq....... Mrs. James Powell ......... Hyman Abrahams, Esq....... Asher Solomon, Esq........ ... 8. Beyfus, Esq............. B. de Jongh, Esq.......... Louis Hyams, Esq.......... B. Boain, Esq............. Walter Myers, Esq.......... Mark Hyams, Esq., in memory of his dear wife............ 110 Miss Fanny Hyams, ia memory of her dear mother ......... 110 Mrs. H. Jessel ............ 110 Mrs. Jewell, Jersey ......... 0 10 (J Joel Jewell. Esq. ... ' ... ... 0 10 e D. Jewell, Esq............. 0 10 6 Mrs. Esther Sampson......... 0 10 6 John Harris, Esq. .......... 0 10 6 B. Barnett, Esq. ...... ... 0 10 6 S. M. Samuel, Esq.......... 0 10 6 M. A. Lion, Esq.......... 0 10 6 Woolf Isaacs, Esq.......... 0 10 6 Further Donations will be received and acknowledged by A. C. Jacobs, Minister and Secretary. Synagogue Chambers, Brighton, Oct., 1888-Tishri, 5649. 2 4 2 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 0 2 2 0 Now Beadt. Past I. 240 pages, strongly bound in Cloth, the STANDARD PRAYER BOOK for jewish schools, With an entirely new English translation by LOUIS B. ABRAHAMS, B.A.,. Vice-Matter Jews' Free School. Part I.-Comprising all that is required for Standards I.-V. of the New Code of In* tttt untion in Hebrew. AUTHORISED BY THE OHIEF RABBI. Summary of Contents.-Morning.Eveniug and occasional prayers for infants and young-children. Complete daily morning and evening servioe. The commandments and creeds. Gruco after meals. Night pravers. Portions from the Pentateuoh. Seleoted prayers from the Sabbath morning service. Price, Qd. By pOBt, 8d. The usual dinoonnt to Schools and the trade. Published by P.Vallenriue, 9, Huntley titreet, W.C.; and 37, Duke Street;, Aldgate, B.C. Jewish Quarterly Relief. No. 1, October, 3s. $$ pages. Annual Subscription, Post Free, 10a. Contents. Introductory. The Significance of Judaism for the Present and Future. By Prof. Graetz. The Dogmas of Judaism. By S. Sohechter. The Desicrn and Contents of Ecclesiastes. By Dr. M. Friedliinder. The New Year and its Liturgy. By M. Friedmann. Where are the Ten Tribes? By Dr. Nenbauer, M.A. ' Origin of the Book of Zechariah. ByBev. Canon Cheyne. Critical Notice. By C. G. Montefiore. DAVID NUTT, 270, Strand, W.C. JEWISH COMMUNAL LEAGUE Heneage Lane, Bbtis Marks. Notice.-The first CONCERT of the season will be Rive a by Mr. H. Koski, on Sunday evening, Ootobbr 14th, at the above League. Members are respectfully informed that the Secretary will be in attendance on Sunday, 7th inst., from 6 to 8 p.m., to receive subscriptions and to enter new members. (By order) B. Langnbr, Hon. Sec, pro tern. Save 20 per cent by Buying at the lew Poultry Shop. ESTABLISHED AT AMSTERDAM {Holland), 1820. 3E3 XL* IT SB, First ?>lmmr Kosher Foolterert 85, MIDDLESEX STREET, ALDGATE. FAMILIES WAITED UPON DAILY WITH BEST QUALITY POULTRY. WEDDINGS, BANQUETS, &c, SUPPLIED. Established 1859. J. H. WITTICH, ENGLISH &d FOREIGN BAKER, 37, MIDDLESEX STREET, ALDGATE, B. Families punctually waited upon witli the very best German Rye Bread and Vienna Challahs and Flour. \