Volumes in the collection: MS137/AJ95/150/9 Annual report 1886-7
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Full text:[...] BRANCHES 119 Swansea—cont. £ s. d. Joseph, Mrs. R., Heathfield- 10 street ..... 0 6 Lyons, Lewis, Esq., Walters- 1 0 road ..... 1 Lyons, S., Esq., High-street . 0 5 0 Lyons, Wolf, Esq., High- [...]
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:[...] 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 [...]
Full text:[...] 44 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. instruction; but in some cases, where the parents are able to afford it, a small fee is payable monthly. My next visit was to the girls' school at Galata, which is placed u [...]
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:[...] 43 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Amongst the difficulties to be overcome in modernising the instruction of Jewish children in Turkey, are, happily, not to be reckoned any obstacles or difficulties likely t [...]
Full text:[...] APPENDIX C.— INDUSTRIAL INSTRUCTION IN BAGDAD. 39 smiths are bound to handicraftsmen in various parts of the town. They work from sunrise to sunset, and earn from a penny to four-pence a day, accordin [...]
Full text:[...] 34 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. APPENDIX B. SPEECH OF SIR JULIAN GOLDSMID, BART., M.P., PRESIDENT, AT THE PUBLIC DINNER ON MARCH gXD, 1887. Gentlemen,—I have now to ask your attention for a few moments wh [...]
Full text:[...] 28 SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. the past few months they have turned out a large quantity of work, with which I was very satisfied. One apprentice, Isaac Reitan, I feel sure, will become a first-class wor [...]
Full text:[...] journal concerning the good this School was doing. Since the death of this worthy Rabbi the Council have been assured that the work of education would not be permitted to languish. Damascus. — [...]
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