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Jewish Standard (Newspaper) - September 6, 1889, London, Middlesex [Bkoistbrbd as a Nbwspapbb.] THE ENGLISH ORGAN OF ORTHODOXY. Vol. II.-No. 77-] LONDON: FRIDAY, ELUL id, 5649.-SEPT. 6, 1889. Colonrs Exquisite. [Price One Penny c grateful-comforting. EPPS'S (breakfast) COCOA Make with Boiling Water or Milk. REV. I. BABNSTBIN" can receive a few more PUPILS, wfco could attend Dover College or other Schools if preferred. Careful supervision. Highest references. Terms moderate.- Address, 20, Liverpool Street, Dover. OJxriNr's Hotel and Restaurant Gt. Presoott Street, GOODMAN'S FIELDS, E. I like Porcelain. Best Accommodation for PRIVATE, WEDDING and OTHER PARTIES. society meetings, &c. Terms moderate. T. C. TURNER & CO., 10, BARNSBURY PARK, BARNSBURY, AND 17, UPPER STREET, ISLINGTON, N., Photographers I Royal Family la commemoration of their having been established a QUARTER of a CENTURY have H.E0I->X3"O-fcJJ-> the price of their CARTE PORTRAITS from 10/6 to G/Q PERDOZ. " Where can I get the most for my Money ?" ABSOLUTE SECURITY, about 5 PER CENT. COMPOUND INTEREST and INSURANCE COMBINED ABE GIVEN BY THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORK, THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD. Accumulated Funds exceed �,26,000,000. The following is an illustration of the value of an Endowment Policy-J- Policy No. 26,111, 20 Year Endowment. Amount Insured......... ... ... �3,000 0 O Bonus Additions......... ...... 1,796 0 0 Amount paid to Insured ......... �4,796 0 0 The Insurance cost 6s. 8d. per �1,000 per annum after returning a 5 per cent. Compound Interest Investment. Full particulars of the new Distribution Policy on application to Mead Office for the United Kingdom- 17 & 18, CORNHILL, LONDON, E.O. General Manager, D. C. HALDEMAN. and entirely refitted. JOSHUA COHlf' Strictly itw RESTAURANT & CAFE 101, HATTON GARDEN, E.G. _r_ Dining Rooms for Ladies and large com-fortable Smoking & Coffee Rooms. PIANOS. PIANOS. PIANOS. NATHANIEL BERRY'S PIANOS, With brass-plated action Iron-plated backs. Warranted for 20 years. Price 18 guineas. Three Years' System, 14s. per month. Upright Iron Grands from 25 guineas. Iff.B.-Is now supplying a full compass Piano at 2s. 6d. per week, warranted.) Send for Illustrated Price Lists and Testimonials. 135, CITY ROAD, LONDON, E.C. CASTLE LINE WEEKLY SERVICE for the Gold Fields of South Africa GAPE COLONY, NATAL, MAURITIUS, MADAGASCAR and EAST AFRICA. THE Royal Mail Steamers of THE CASTLE MAIL PACKETS COMPANY (Ltd.), carrying the British and Portuguese Mails, leave LONDON every alternate WEDNESDAY, and DARTMOUTH on. the following FRIDAY, with PASSENGERS and GOODS for CAPETOWN, MOSSEL BAY, KNYSNA, ALGOA BAY.the KOWIE, EAST LONDON and NATAL (maLISBON and MADEIRA). Intermediate steamers are despatched every alternate WEDNESDAY from LONDON, calling at FLUSHING, and proceeding thence direob to the CAPE COLONY, NATAL, &c. (via Grand Canary), thus providing direct communication between the Continent and South Africa. Passengers and Cargo are taken at frequent regular intervals for Delagoa Bay, and every fourth week for the Mozambique Coast; also once every six weeks for Madagascar and Mauritius direct. Passengers embark either at London or Dartmouth. Free Railway Tickets to Bart-mouth are granted from London or Plymouth. RETURN TICKETS issued for all ports. For Dates of Sailing, Freight, or Passage apply to the Managers, DONALD CURRIE & Co., 3 & 4, Fenchurch Street, London. weekly service FOR South African Gold Fields, Cape of Good Hope, Natal, and East African Royal Mail Service. The UNION STEAM SHIP CO., Ltd (Established 1853.) The Royal Mail and Intermediate Steamers leave SOUTHAMPTON for the South Afrioan Ports, calling at LISBON. MADEIEA and CANARY ISLANDS EVERY" FRIDAY. A branch Steamer from HAMBURG and ANT-WERP connects with each alternate Mail Steamer at SOUTHAMPTON. Continental and Intermediate Steamers are despatched through to South Africa, from HAMBURG and ROTTERDAM every 28 days, calling at SOUTHAMPTON and CANARY ISLANDS. Return Tickets now issued to all Pobto. For full particulars apply to the UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY, Limited, Oriental Place, Southampton ; And 11, Leadenhall Street London, E.C* NOTICE OF BE3MOVAL. MR. M. ABRAHAMS, Secretary and brno (ffltohel) To the INITIATION SOGIETT, Begs to inform his friends and the Jewish public generally that he has REMOVED from 87, G-rosvenor Road, to 61, PYRLAND ROAD, N., where all communications should * be addressed.
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