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The annual distribution of prizes in connection with the Duncdiu Jewish School took place yesterday at the schoolroom, when there was a large attendance of parents aud guardians. Mr B. Isaac, was in the chair, and repotted, that there were 30 on the roll of the school. After referring to the progress of the school, the Rev Mr Lichtcnstdn examined the- several classes in reading, U'Ati.-laHou, v.vA Scriptural history. Thy chairman then pressnted the prizes to thesuccessful pupils. A resolution was carried thanking the honorary teachers — Misses A. Lichtenstein, Louisa Cohen, Clara Davies, aud Claribel Jacobs,— and a vote of thanks was also recorded to the Rev. Mr Lichteustein for the zeal he had shown in bringing the children forward in Hebrew literature. The meeting closed with a vote of thanlra to the chairman. The following is the prize list: — Class II: Dinah Lichtenstein, 1; Hose Myers, 2. Class III: John Jacobs, 1; feac Moss, 2. Class IV: Hvraan Isaacs, 1; Henry Lichtenstein, 2; Aaron Faignn, 3. Class V: Sydney Moss; Sydney Jacobs and Auron Faigan, special prizes; Abraham Jacobs, certificate.

Sabbath School.-Class I: Ada Jacobs, 1; Kstlie: J.-.c;bs, 2. Class II: Percy Benjamin, I. Class 111 Jenny Auat, 1.

The prizes were given by Mesclatnes Theorem and M. Hyman, Messrs B. Isaac, J. Hyman, S. Solomon, L. Mendchlson, I. Isaacs, F. Ilyams, 11,I1, and J. Issacii, M. Joel, A. Myers, Jacob Is?.ac, aud S. Jacobs.

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DUNEDIN JEWISH SCHOOL., Otago Daily Times, Issue 8176, 7 May 1888

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DUNEDIN JEWISH SCHOOL. Otago Daily Times, Issue 8176, 7 May 1888

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