Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/9 Annual report 1886-7
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Full text:[...] fc 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Council and Committees Elected in July, 1886 THE YEAR'S WORK I. Branches II. Roumania III. Russia . IV. Palestine V. Persia . VI. Morocco :— Disturbances at Fez . The Jews of [...]
Full text:[...] BC 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS—continued. PAGE VII. Schools in the East-—continued. Philippopolis.......30 Salonica........31 Smyrna........31 Tetuan........32 Tunis.........32 Appendix A.—Proceedings at the [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX D.—JEWISH EDUCATION AT CONSTANTINOPLE. 41 must be raised. It would, unfortunately, be more correct to say, with regard to only too many of them, that education to some useful purpose must be [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX D. —JEWISH EDUCATION AT CONSTANTINOPLE. 47 qualified schoolmaster. I see no alternative but the gradual absorption of these establishments in the subventioned schools, so that eventually (I f [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX D.—JEWISH EDUCATION AT CONSTANTINOPLE. 43 subventioned by tlie Alliance Israelite and the Anglo-Jewish Association. Galata is one of the eastern divisions of Constantinople, and is situated o [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX D.—JEWISH EDUCATION AT CONSTANTINOPLE. 45 in each department. It is satisfactory to learn that, as a practical result of this training, many pupils have been able on leaving the schools to [...]
Full text:[...] 24 sixteenth annual eepoet. Broussa.—(110 pupils: subvention, £40.)—Mr. D. F. Schloss visited Broussa in June, 1886, and gave the Council a clear insight into the educational affairs of the Jewish Com [...]
Full text:[...] 32 sixteenth annual report. Tetuan.—(Girls' School, 144 pupils: subvention, £20.)— The Chief Rabbi of Tetuan, who is deeply interested in the extension of Jewish education, presented the following rep [...]
Full text:[...] 40 sixteenth annual report. !3 have gone abroad, and 5 have left their trade. Their earnings depend as far as masters are concerned upon the general state of business and the number of their regular c [...]
Full text:[...] 46 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. them, boys who had attended for two years could hardly read Hebrew, and others who could read did so in such a rapid and garbled way that it was next to impossible to follo [...]
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