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Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/2 Annual report 1873-4
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Full text:[...] 40 conduct of the school and the progress made by the pupils, and as, moreover, they feel convinced that the Institution has already been productive of excellent results during the past year, and is l [...]
Full text:[...] 43 b Another institution of the same character is that of Mehor Oumathan which provides a certain number of poor girls with marriage portions. This society could very usefully help to form a girls' sc [...]
Full text:[...] 45 reorganisation of the TALMUD ToRAH SCHOOL.—This school should be reorganised in such a manner as to enable it to be amalgamated later with the school. This is a reform the carrying out of which is [...]
Full text:[...] 39 The Council may state, in conclusion, that the considerable sums from time to time advanced by M. Goldschmidt, of Paris, to the Alliance, for the purpose of the Jaffa School, have been recently mad [...]
Full text:[...] 42 _ Occupations of the Men.—As has been before stated the rich Jews are merchants ; those of the middle classes are workmen, porters, pedlars, &c. Of the workpeople, there are only tailors, shoemaker [...]
Full text:[...] 41 compelled during the summer to sleep 011 the terraces or in the courts. The people change their linen but once a week, and the men do not bestow much attention on their hair. Condition of the Wome [...]
Full text:[...] deeply indebted, and, if tliey do not here specify individuals, it is because where all have done so much this would be invidious ; and if any one has rendered himself especially conspicuous, the Coun [...]
Full text:[...] 4:4 nassim, who have to regulate the monetary concerns of the community. Finances.—The receipts are about 200,000 francs per annum. They are derived; from the taxes levied on meat, wine, cheese, gra [...]
Full text:[...] 46 or a ventilator, serves a large family as sitting-room, kitchen, dining-room, and bed-room. The only remedy for this deplorable state of things would be the formation of model lodging-houses, and s [...]
Full text:[...] 48 tectorate the prosperity of the island has gradually decreased, and there has been considerable emigration of the better classes, Christians as well as Jews, chiefly to Alexandria, Constantinople, [...]
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