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NOTES OF THE DAY i ♦

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I-POLISH POGROMS. |

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I -POLISH POGROMS. | Thursday, the 26th inst, was kept by Jews of the United Kingdom as a day of mourning, prayer and solemn protest on account of the unchecked, horrible mas- sacres perpetrated upon, the Jewish masses without distinction in Poland particularly. The local Hebrew congre- I gation, too, held a special service in the evening which was attended by practical- ly all, the members and their families. The Rev. M. J. Feldman in an address, referred to the apparent indifference of the big diplomats to those unprovoked and unrestrained pogroms, emphasizing the necessity of enlightening the British public whose sympathy would thereby be assured. A substantial sum was also realized for the relief of the Polish Jews.

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I 15th W E LSH.

Prime Minister's Pen.

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LOUCHOR BRIDCE. I

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