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XWELFTH YEAR OF ISSUE.]

THE JEWISH YEAR BOOK.

^n ^nmtal "^caxit of patters Jfetois^.

5668-9.

(9th SEPTEMBER, 1907— Slst DECEMBER, 1908.)



EDITED BT

REV. ISIDORE HARRIS, M.A.



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PREFACE. l:



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While the present issue of the Jewish Tear Book contains no
absolutely new features, it differs in many details from previous
publications, and though in the number of its pages it does not
exceed last yearns volume, it will be found to, contain a great
deal of additional matter. This has been rendered possible by
means of compression both as to literary form and the style of
printing. We lilve long passed the halcyon days when the TsAB
Book could be printed with wide interspaces. Every inch of room

^ saved is now a matter of importance, and is utilised by the many

1 new institutions that have to be noticed. The number of persons

v> noted in '* Who's Who" amounts to 494, as against 478 last year

and already 20 fresh items have been noted for the next issue for

^"^ which no space could be found in the present volume. The regular
reader will also not fail to notice many improvements in the
arrangement of the matter. .

It will be observed that the Jewish Calendar is for fifteen months,
and extends from the approaching New Tear, 5658, to December
31st, 1908. In . future issues the Jewish Tear Book will be

> published, in conformity with most other annuals, at the end of

the civil year — ^the present, arrangement of issuing the book in

^ September having provad in many respects exceedingly

1^ inconvenient. i.

The usual Tables of Statistics on Alien Immigration are omitted,
as the new form of Goverojoent returns gives no satisfactory basis
of comparison with previous years.

As in former years, I hftve to express my grateful sense of the
assistance extended to meiin several quarters. The Army list has
been brought up to date by the Rev. Michael Adler, Chaplain to
His Majesty's Forces, fwhile the Rev. Francis L. Cohen has
contributed information with regard to the Colonial Forces in
Australia. To Mr. L. {lef kovitz I am again indebted for a revision
of the Friendly Benefit Societies. Mr. M. Duparc has once more
rendered kind assistance in the revision of some of the proofs.

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Among provincial correspondents I ^m particularly beholden to
Mr. M. Berlyn, the veteran Secretary of the Birmingham Hebrew
Congregation, who has obtained for me the entire information
relating to that important centre of Jewish life. I wish I could
say the same for Glasgow, from which I have received scarcely any
information. So far as the Colonies are concerned, Mr. Coleman
P. Hyman puts me under an immense debt of gratitude with
regard to Sydney. The information relating to Sydney, as also to
Birmingham, may hence be regarded as models of up^to-datedness*
I have also to thank some of my correspondents in South Africa.
The Rev. Dr. Hertz has supplied me with information relating to
Johannesburg, and Mr. S. H. Harris, of the Jewish Grovernment
School in Johannesburg, has carefully corrected nearly the whole
of the South African pages. As many correspondents in South
Africa had failed to notify to me the changes in their institutions,
Mr. Harris very kindly put himself to the trouble of publishing a
letter in the South African Jewish Chronicle calling the attention
of the officials to the need of information that the Jewish Yeab
Book so often asks for in vain. The editor of the South African
Jewish Chronicle has likewise published an editorial with the same
object, in which he points out that " since the Jewish Year Book
is practically the accepted publication for Jewish facts and
notabilities, it is in the interests of the communities themselves
that they should supply as full particulars anent this as they are
able to do." My heartiest thanks are due to both gentlemen, and
likewise to Dr. Hertz. If similar interest in this publication
were manifested in Canada, the pages relating to that Colony
would be more up-to-date than they are. Unfortunately the
communities in the Dominion appear tO be wholly indifferent to
its existence, and though Canadian congregatioas have been
circularised, except from the Rev. Meldola De Sola, who was so
good as to correct the entire matter for Montreal, I have received
no replies whatever. The apathy of Canadian officials is the more
to be regretted because the Dominion is the only portion of the
British Empire which sends scarcely any account of its doings to
the Anglo- Jewish press. THe chapter on India has kindly been
brought up to date by Mr. M. J. Ezekiel, whose interest in the
Jewish Year Book, inherited from his father, the late Joseph
Ezekiel, of Bombay, has become a family tradition.

ISIDORE HARRIS.
September, 1907— Ellul, 5667.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.



Jewish Calbndab


PAGE.

1


Jewish Holidays and Festivals


21


Jahezbit and Babmitzvah Tables


22


Communal Institutions— Meteopolitan :




Synagogues


27


Ecclesiastical Authorities and Institations


55


Representative Institutions


59


Religious Institutions


76


Theological Colleges


76


Educational Institutions and Libraries


78


Schools and Classes


82


Charities


94


Literary and Social Unions


112


Clubs and Athletic Societies


117


Financial Institutions


122


Zionist Societies


124


Friendly and Benefit Societies


133


Labour and Trade Unions


147


Communal Institutions— Peovincial


148


Communal Institutions — Colonial :




European Possessions


202


Australasia


203


Canada ...


. 214


Africa


219


West Indies


231


India ....


232


China and Arabia


289


Genbbal Jewish Statistics


240


Communal Statistics


248


Jewish Peebage and Babonetage


251


Jewish Knightage


267


Jewish M.P.'s


270


Jews in the Navy, Abmy, and Auxiliaby FoBCEg


J 271


Jewish Wobld-Celebbities


278


Anglo- Jewish Wobthies


291


Who's Who in Bbitish Jewby


307


Books of Refbbbncb ,


413


Anglo- Jewish Pbess


454


JUDAICA IN THE GrENEBAL PbESS


456


Acts of Pabliament Relating to Jews


457


Tbials and Leading Cases


460


Anglo-Jewish Chbonology


465


Retbospect of 6667


471


Notable Events op 5667


492


Obituaby op 5667


493


Genebal Index


495


Index to Advebtisbes


605


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FAMILY EVENTS.

5668-9 (1907-8).






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Zbc Jewlsb Kear,

5668,

is known as 668 (n^D"!;!) on the short system (p"th)j and is
an intercalary defective year of 13 months, 54 Sabbaths,
and 383 days. Its first of Tishri begins on Monday, the
second day of the week, and the first day of Passover on
Thursday, the fifth day of the week. Therefore, its sign
is n"nD, I.e., '3 for the second, 'n for defective (ri"IDn) and
'n for the fifth.

It is the sixth vear (')) of the 299th (tD''Vl) minor
(p"iy?) or lunar (n3377) cycle (of 19 years each) since the
Era of Creation, and the twelfth (l"^) of the 203rd (3""))
major (fm) or solar (TOPI?) cycle (of 28 years each) since
the same epoch.

It begins on September 9th, 1907, and concludes on
September 2oth, 1903.



5669,

is known as 669 (tD^D"!;!) on the short system (P''B^), and is
a redundant common year, of 12 months, 51 Sabbaths,
and 355 days. Its first of Tishri begins on Saturday, the
seventh day of the w^ek, and the first day of Passover on
Tuesday the third day of the week. Therefore, its sign
is ^''^^T, I.e., 'T for the seventh, 'B' for redundant (rM:hti^) and
'a for the third day of the week.

It is the seventh year ('T) of the 299th (p'"^!) minor
(p"©^) or lunar (n33^^) cycle (of 19 years each) since the
Era of Creation, and the thirteenth 0"^ oi the 203rd (fl)
major (y''i:h) or solar (ntDn?) cycle (of 28 years each) since
the same epoch.

It begins on September 26th, 1908, and concludes on
September 15th, 1909.

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NOTABLE DATS IN 5668-9. Sept.

1907.

First Day New Year 6668

Second „ ,, „ ... .\.

Fast of Gedaliah

Day of Atonement

First Day Tabernacles

Second „ „

Hoshana Kabba

Eighth Day Solemn Assembly

Rejoicing of Law

New Moon Marcheshvan, 1st day ...

„ „ „ 2nd day...

„ „ Kislev, ..^ ...

First Day Channcah „, ...

New Moon Tebeth,

FastofTebeth

1908.
New Moon Shebat

„ „ 1st Adar, 1st day

,» ,♦ »» »5 2nd day

„ „ 2nd „ let day

» „ » 2nd day

Fast of Esther

Purim

Shiishan Pnrim

New Moon Nisan

First Night Seder

First Day Passover

Second ,, „

Seventh,, „

Eighth „ „

New Moon lyar, 1st day

„ „ „ 2nd day

Thirty-third Day of the Omer

New Moon Sivan

First Day Pentecost

Second „ ,,

New Moon Tamoz, 1st day

» » „ 2nd day

FastofTamuz

New Moon Ab

Fast of Ab

New Moon Ellul, 1st day

M » n 2nd day

First Day New Tear 8669

Second „ „ „ „

Fast of Gedaliah

Day of Atonement

First Day Tabernacles

Second ,, „

HoshanaRabba

Eighth day Solemn Assembly

Rejoicing of Law

New Moon Marcheshvan, Ist day ...

» » *) 2nd day..
^, „ Kislev, 1st day

.» » » 2nd day

First Day Channcah

New Moon Tebeth let day



9tb, 1907-D6C. 31st, 1908.

Monday, September 9
Tuesday, ., 10

Wednesday, „ 11

ii » 1"

Monday, „ 23

Tuesday, „ 24

Sunday, „ 29

Monday, „ 30

Tuesday, October 1

Wednesday, „ 9

Thursday, November 7
Sunday, December 1
Friday, „ 6

Sunday, „ 16

Saturday, January 4
Sunday, February 2

Monday, „ 3

Tuesday, March 3

Wednesday, „ 4

Monday, „ 16

Tuesday, „ 17

Wednesday, „ 18

Thursday, April 2

Wednesday, „ 15

Thursday, „ 16

Friday, „ 17

Wednesday, „ 22

Thursday, „ 23

Friday, May 1

Saturday, „ 2

Tuesday, „ 19

Sunday, „ 31

Friday, .Tune 5

Saturday, „ 6

Monday, „ 29

Tuesday, „ 30

Thursday, July 16

Wednesday, „ 29

Thursday, August 6

Thursday, „ 27

Friday, „ 28
Saturday, September 26

Sunday, „ 27

Monday, „ 28

Monday, October 5

Saturday, „ 10

Sunday, „ 11

Friday, „ 16

Saturday, „ 17

Sunday, „ 18

Sunday, „ 26

Monday, „ 26
Tuesday, November 24

Wednesday, „ 26
Saturday, December 19



OALENDAB.



1907,8ept.0-Oct.8] TISHBI XXX. DAYS. [ne>n 5668



nSipn : October 7. 9 p.m.



Saturday : 8h. 9in. 17g. p.in. 1?1P



Nwt D,,. "j^^wg;*



M

T

W

Th

P

S



Sabbaths Fasts, FmtiTaltt, BTent«, Remarkable Days, Portions of
Pentatench. Haphtorahs.



New Year n^^ry 'in '«

New Year 2nd Day n^^n "\i '2

FastofGedaliah n^^na D1V



r/Vr.. Gen. xxi., Num. xx\x. i-«.
\Haph., 1 Samuel i. i— ii. lO.
\Pct., Gen. xxii.. Num. xxxx. i-6.
I /r«/A.Meremiah xxx\. «-ao.
'Port., Ex. xxxn. ii.i4. xxxir. i-k
• Mf/A., Is. It. 6-lW. 8.



6.0 nne^

Homel Riots, 1903. nilB' 7136^ ^T^HS^A^niiiS'xiv. ,.,<, j.^i u. ,5 ,7.



M
T

w

Th
F

s



Akiba Eger, d. 1780.

Anti-Jewish Riots at Algiers, 1899.

Day of Atonement iim Di^S^xlfi.fvl^'llT.iJL^V^ii:^^^^^



Captain Dreyfus liberated, 1899. 5.30 HS^



Emancipation of French Jews, 1791.



13^Ti<n{y/rt/A., 2 Samuel xxil. x-51.



Por., Deut. xxxii.



S

M

T

W

Th

F

5



Basnage, d. 17S8.

Tabernacles






'., Lev. xxH. 36— xxiii. 44. Num. xxix. xa-16.
Zech. xiv. i-ai,



Tabernacles 2nd Day mDon '3{^^;Lev,,xxii.a6:^xxiH.44.Num.xxix.«-i6.



^ I Organ introdnced into Reform Synagogue, 1869. /•«?;



I Kings Ttii. 3-21.

Por., Num. xxix. 17-25.
Num. xxix. acH36.



ii



5.30 n3K^ /'or,, Num. xxix. 23-31.

n"»n n'^ft'f /'*<"'•• E*« xxxiii- la— xxxiv. 26. Num. xxix. 26-31.
II I ilJS^I/^^^^^ E,et^ xxxTiiL 18-xxxix. 16.



S

M

T

W

Th

F

S



' Hosbana Rabba (cn-i ((Dyrin



8th Day Solemn Assembly mvy 'e^lSJ;*.?? Kin^'ViitiJ^^j.''' ''"'" ""



of Law



an nD«



5.0 niB'



A>r., Num. xxix. 26-34.
Num. xxi
t35— XXX. I.

n. i. I— ii. 3,
Num. xxix. 35— XXX. i. Haph., Josh. i. 1-18.



«^^ w nnOC-f ■'*'?^" ^''*; xxx»"- * xxxir., Gen. i. i— ii. 3,



cnnn r^^ntD ^n^rNnil^-;;,^,- UT-xL. ,o.



n "n K ■''♦''-I Num. xxviik 1-15.



Mtehagiin-r^pti 9th— 181*, Days of Penitence, durtng which say 131DT/ «tC.^ Ih Amidah ; fi<^>j;^
X^^VTI in Kadish ; 133^D ID^SK morning and afternoon, except on. Sept. t3th In afternoon,
-Sept. 14th and ITth r Sellchoth on weekdays.— Sept. 9ih, 'T^K'r).— Sept. lltTi, niH^^D/ iDDy —
Sept. 17th, omit TVWrh IUDTD/ }13nn/ HV^D^ ; mi said in nn:lD. -From Sept. 19th to Oct. 2nd,

p^nn omitted.-nOTKnn; sept. 23rd -|nD« jyo^; 24th, n^nt:' px; 25th, ^yie^ -jnyx:

26th, HDin ^3« D1K ; 27th, nWfcJW? 7« ; 28th, nniV^ DIN ; Sept.2l8t and 28th,omit -jnpTy



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CALENDAR.



1907, Oct. 9-Nov. 6] BIARCHESHVAN XXIX. Days. l\^^nij^ 5668


Monday : 8h. 53m. 20s. a.m. 1^10


Night.


Day.


D. of
Ned.


Month


Sabbaths, Fagtt, Festirals, Events, Remarkable Days, Portions of
Pentateuch. Haphtorahs.


h. m.

5-54


W
Th
F
S




Oct.

9

10
11
12


n Tl 3 P<ff'> Num. xxviii. 1-15.

Blia Wllna, d. 1797.

Jews burned alive at Prague, X40. 5 .0 fOC

n« f/Vr., Gen. vl. 9— xi. 32.
nj(«,;>A., Rliv. t-lv. 5.


5-40

5.26


S

M

T

W

Th

F

S


n

1

T

n


13

14
15
16
17
18
19


Maharll d. InWorms, 1427. _

Orace Aguilar d. 1847.

Apostolical Brier, Clement TIL, 1832.

Jowsmartj-r*datHeilbron,1298. i? i? {Z;^.!^, ,6.


S

M

T

W

Th

F

S


It:
Tt:


20
21
22
23
24
25
26


Bull of Pope SUtus V. In favour of Jews, 1686.
Moses MonteAore b. 1784.

4.30 nnB'


5-17


S

M

T

W

Th

F
S


3D
ID

m


27
28
29
30
31

Nov.

1

2


First Fast KOp 'JC n»3J?n

Second J?'as< 'C'DH n»3Vn

Jews expelled from England, 1290. 4.0 0365*


5-1^


S
M
T
W


ID
TD

m

tDD


3
4
5
6




in nn^D.-Sept. 28th, rbnp (Ecclealastes).— Sept. 30th, nnn n^K'D commenced in CjDItD*—
Oct. 6th, ^65^33 >^'-)2 commenced in nn^D on Saturdays.— Oct. 7th, omit jOnH In nnjD*
—Oct. 8th, Half ^^n ; omit l^^nn and nV3D^*


Mlnhaglm-Oct. 9th, Half ^^n; omit p^nn and n ViO^ .-Oct. 28th. Slst, and Nov. 4th.
mnvD In m^Oy. W there is present a Minyan who fast, ^n*1 is read.— Nov. 6th, omit

p^nn in nmo.



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1907, Nov. 7-Dec. 5] KISLEV TTmc DAYS. [1^D3 5G68


Tneaday : 9b. 37m. 23!<. p.m. n^lD


Nitht.


Day.


D. of
Hed.


Month


Sabbaths, Fasts, Festivals, Bventa, Remarkable Dajs, Portions of
Pen trt tench, Haphtorahs.


h. m.

5-4
4-54


Th
F

s




Nov.

7 Knn B'iO A»r.. Num. xxvUL 115.

8 liOrd Rothschild b. 1840. 4.0 T\2t^


s

M
T

w

Tb

F

S


n
1

T

n

1


10

11

12
13
14
15
16


P. Beer d. U38.

Order in Council, granting Jews in England free exercise of their religion,

1686.

Baron James de Rothschild d. 1868. 3.30 HD^

)^V^^ fPfff., Gen. xxviU. 10-^xxxH. 2.
«* * 1 1 ffaM.. Hos. xii. 13-xiv. 10.


4-47


S

M

T

W

Th

F

S


ID


17
18
19
20
21
22
23


Celebration of Cromwell Tercentenary, 1899.
First Meeting of Board of Depnties, 1760.
Interpellation in Prussian Landtag on Judenhetze, 1880.

Solomon Maimon d. 1810. 3.30 Ti^KS^

L. Kompert d. 1886. vhtST*) { J^'^x!fobaTl!' ^'""'''" *^'


4-43
4.42


S

M

T

W

Th

F

S


to

ID


24
25
26
27
28
29
30


\ Celebi-atlon of 260th Annlvers iry of Settlement of Jews In North America,
) 1906.
Grerman "Society of Culture" founded, 1819.

onon ni!?^o:i mnn n^ayn
3.30 nne'




S

M

T

W

Th


ID
tDD


Dec.
1

2
3
4
5


1st Day Chanucah /'^r..Num.va..-i7.

2ll(l „ „ ^.^r.. Num. vH. 18-29.
3r(l 1, ,, Pt^r., Num. vii. 24-35.
4th „ 1, /'^r.. Num. vii. 30.41.

8th „ „ p^.r.. Num. vii. 36-47. n"") 3"iy


JUnhi^lm-Nav. 7th, Half ^^n. omit JUnn. D»BK IlK ^K and nV30^. -Not. SOtb, omit
pyt inpnV m nroO ; First night of lighting the Ohanncah light.— During Chanucah say ^y
D'Djn and ^^,1, omit junn, D'BK TW ^K and nX30^.-Dec. 6th, commence saying ^u

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1907, Dec. 6-1908, Jan. 3] TEBETH XXIX. DATS. [n3D5668


Thureday : lOh. 21m. 27s. a.m. ihw


Klght.


Day.


D.of

Ma.


Montb


Sabbaths, Fasts, Festivals, Events, Remarkable Days, Portions of
Pentateuch, Haphtorahs.


h. m.






Dec.






F


K


6


6th Day Cbanocab n'T /-"r.. Num. xivui.i.i5*»ii. 4*47. 3.30 n3E>

Ifiii T M!.|,<^//*»n, Gen. xli. I.— xliv. 17. Num. vii. 48-53.
im >l II rP°l«»/*.. Zech. li. 14-iv. 7.


4-39


s


2


-7




s


1


8


8th Day Chaaacah nsron n33n />»r..NBra.vii.54-viir.4.




M


n


9


OonsistoriM established in France, 13»4.




T


n


10


Onildhall Meeting of Protest against Russian persecution, 18M.




w


^


11






Th


t


12






F


n


13


Uaihu>nides d. 1304. 3. 30 T\2V


4-39


s


D


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