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Jewish Standard (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, London, Middlesex ORGAN OF ORTHODOXY. toy �n B* 4. UliCH, Vol. IIL-No. 115.] LONDON : FRIDAY, SIVAN 18, 5650-JUNE 6, 1890. [Price One Penny: * BIRTH. On May 31st, at 19, Berner Street, Commercial Road, E., the wife of Graham Solomon of a daughter. DEATEtS. / On May 29, at 08, Elsted / Street, Walworth, David Moss, Aged 71 years. On May 30, at 1, Hall Road, St. John's Wood, Samuel Ries. Aged 84 years. On May 30, at 15, Alfred Place, Bedford Square,W., Alexander, child of Henry Snyder. Aged 7 years. On June 1, at 175, Brady Street Buildings, Philip Solomon Van Raalte. Aged 67 years. Lamented by son and wife. On June 3, at 81, Balfour Road, Canonbury, Mark Jacob-son. Aged 74 years. note |Tp UNITED SYNAGOGUE. NEW SYNAGOGUE, Great St. Helen's. HOSPITAL SABBATH. mHE REV. L. CANTER (by permission of the Wardens of the Western Synagogue) will preach in this Synagogue tomorrow, -jnSttPQ "3 pr'&, during the Morning Service. By order, Isaac Cohen, Sec. June 6th, 5650-1890. UNITED SYNAGOGUE. HAMBBO' SYNAGOGUE. HOSPITAL SABBATH. Tfc/TR. MICHAEL ADLER, 1U- B.A. (of Jews' College), will deliver a Sermon, in this Synagogue, on the ensuing Sabbath, -jrfam 4S |TE>, during Morning Service. By Order, J. Salomons, Secretary. Spanish & Portuguese SYNAGOGUE. BRYANSTONE STREET, W. HOSPITAL SABBATH. TJiHE REV. DR. GASTER, Chief Rabbi of the Congregation, will PREACH in this Synagogue, to-morrow, '�} p"G? *]TO}rQ, during the Morning Service. By Order, E. H. Lindo, Secretary. June 6,5650-1890. CASTLE LOT WEEKLY SERVICE FOB THE Gold Fields of Soutli Africa, CAPE COLONY, NATAL, MAURITIUS, MADAGASCAR and EAST AFRICA. THE Royal Mail Steamers of THE CASTLE MAIL PACKETS COM-PANY (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, ALGrOA BAY. the KOWIE, EAST LONDON & NATAL Oct LISBON and MADEIRA). Intermediate steamers are despatched every alternate WEDNESDAY from LONDON, calling at, FLUSHING, and proceeding thence direct to the CAPE COLONY, NATAL, &c. (rid GRAND CANARY), thus providing direct communication between the Continent and South Africa. Passengersand Cargo are taken at frequent regular intervals for Delagoa Bay, and every fourth week for the Mozambiqtio Coast ; also once every six weeks for Madagascar and Mauritius direct. Passengers embark either at London or Dartmouth. Free Railway Tickets to Dart-month arc granted from London or Plymouth. RETURN TICKETS issued for all ports. For Dates of Sailing, Freight, or Passage apply tQythe Managers, DONALD CURRIE & Co., 3 and 4, Fenchurch Street, London- UNION LINE. for South African Gold Fields. % TIY0LI MOUSE SCHOOL, � Principal-Rev. H BERKOWITZ, J.P. Prospectuses on Application. Who want to be independent, and make their way in the .World, should write for Prospectus of the gCIENTIFIC JjRESS- fjOTTING jlSSOCIATION, 272, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W. Situations found for all Pupils at Good Salaries. Cape of Good Hope, Natal, and East African Royal Mail Service- Weekly Service, The Union Steam Ship Co., Limited. (EstabVshrd 1853.) The Royal Mail Steamers of the Union Steam Ship Company, Limited (under Contract with the Governments of the Cape of Good Hope and Natal), sail from Southampton every alternate Friday, calling at Lisbon and Madeira, and proceeding thence to South African Ports. The Intermediate Steamers are despatched from Hamburg fortnightly, callingat Rotterdam and Antwerp alternately, and at Southampton, and faking Passengers and Goods for South African Ports without transhipment. The Intermediate Steamers call at Canary Islands and make a Regular Service between Germany, Holland, Belgium, and South Africa, and with the Mail Steamers a Weekly Service between England and South Africa. St. Helena is called at at regular intervals by the Intermediate Steamers. Passengers are conveyed to Lisbon, Madeira, and Canary Islands ; and Passengers and Goods to St, Helena, Ascension, Cape Town, Hossel Bay, Khysna, Port Elizabeth (Algoa Bay), East London, Natal and Delagoa Bay. Return Tickets issued. Surgeon and Stewardesses carried. Electric Light, Refrigerators, &c. Superior Accommodation and Cuisine. For Handbook and all information apply to The Union Steam Ship Co., Ltd., Canute Road, SOUTHAMPTON; and South African House, 94 to 96, BiBhopsgate Street, LONDON. South Hackney Synagogue DEVONSHIRE ROAD. rr�HE REV. JOSEPH KOHN-x ZEDEK will deliver a Sermon in this Synagogue on Sabbath next, 7th inst., during Morning Service. By Order, M. J. HEILBRON, Secretary. Windsor Street Synagogue 1, Catherine Wheel Alley, Sandys Row. HOSPITAL FUND. THE REV. C. Z. MACCOBY, the Kamonitzer Magid,will deliver Sermons in aid of the Hospital Fund on Saturday, 7th June, -jnWn 'S (TP, at 2 p.m. Also on Sunday, the 8th June 1890, at the above Synagogue, By Order, Jos. Kaufman, Hon. Sec. ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION. THE ELECTION of MEMBERS of the COUNCIL will take place at the Annual Meeting on SUNDAY, the 29th JUNE. All persons proposed for election have to be nominated in writing by two members of Association, and the names, with, those of the nominators, should be sent to this office on or before Sunday, the 15th June. M. DUPARC, Clerk to the Council. Blomfield House, 85, London-wall, E.C. Tl/rlSS BERTHA WEIL'S First Grand Evening Concert (under the direction of Mr. Wilhelm Granz), Wednesday, June 11, at Port-man Rooms, Baker Street, W. Stalls 10s. 6d., Reserved Seats 5s. Tickets 2s. tid., to be had of Messrs. Chappell & Co., 50, New Bond Street, W., and Miss Bertha Weil, 16, Edgware Road, Hyde Park, W. BRIGHTON. Marlborough Mansions, Private Jewish Boarding House, 14,14a, & 15, KING'S ROAD, Opposite the Sea, close to West Pier, and 1 Minute from Brill's Baths. Liberal table, Excellent cuisine, with every home comfort. Large airy bedroomB, facing the sea. Highly recommended. Moderate terms. Tariff on application. Manageress : Mrs. COHEN. 1Y/TETROPOLITAN HOSPI-1VA TAL SUNDAY FUND. Patron-Her Majesty The Queen. Hospital Sunday, 8th June, 1890. Any of our readers unable to attend Divine Worship on Saturday next, June 7th, is requested to send his or her contribution to the Lord Mayor. Cheques and Post Office Orders made payable to the Secretary, Mr. Henry N. Custance, should be crossed " Bank of England,'' and sent to the Mansion House TEWS' FREE SCHOOL. � bell lane, (Educating 3,500 Children). The Right Hon. lord ROTHSCHILD, IPrGsid Gut a DINNER in aid of the Funds of the above Institution will be held at the Criterion, Piccadilly, on Tuesday next, the 10th June. The Right Hon. the PRESIDENT in the Chair. Supported by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor and the Sheriffs. RAOUL H. FOA, ~] Hon. 11, George Yard, I Secretaries Lombard St., E.C. } Dinner SIDNEY ROSENFELD, Com-Bevis Marks, E.C.j mittee. M. DUPARC, Secretary. rpHE EDITOR of the Jeivish Standard is prepared to undertake the DISPOSAL of Bread, Meat and Coal Tickets,, or other charitable donations,, among the deserving poor.
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