Press Reports relating to the Isle of Man Jewish
Compiled by Harold Pollins
Jewish Chronicle, 27 October 1899, page 27
‘PORT ERIN (ISLE OF MAN)
Jewish Chronicle, 6 July 1900, page 26
‘Mr. A. J. Goodman of Douglas, Isle of Man, has published a waltz of his own composition entitled ‘The New Century Waltz’. He is a son of Mr Jacob Goodman of Manchester. He composed last year an effective march ‘The Douglas Parade March’ which became very popular being played by all the bands on the island.'
Jewish Chronicle, 12 September 1902, page 1
‘On 3 September, Isaac elder son of Louis and Adelaide Zachariah of Stoke Newington drowned while bathing at Douglas.'
Jewish Chronicle, 12 June 1908, page 29
Jewish Chronicle, 30 September, 1910
New Year Greetings
Jewish Chronicle, 26 May 1911, page 37
Jewish Chronicle, 7 June 1912, page 23
‘The annual picnic of the Staff of Mr. Levy (Globe Mantle Company) Manchester, took place last weekend. The party journeyed from Manchester to Douglas on Saturday night and returned Monday. On Sunday the proceeds of an after dinner collection, contributed to by the picnic party and other visitors at Berlin House, was forwarded to the Manchester Jewish Hospital.’
Jewish Chronicle, 26 September 1913, page 37
New Year Greetings
Jewish Chronicle, 8 May 1914, page 4
Jewish Chronicle, 20 June 1914, page 4.
Jewish Chronicle, 2 May 1919, page 16
Board of Deputies. Law & Parliamentary Committee
Jewish Chronicle, 12 December 1919 - ’Young Israel’, page 1
Reference to ‘Hetty and Sam Goldberg, 3 Palace View Terrace’.
Jewish Chronicle, 1 October 1920, page 28
‘Services for the High Festivals were held on the Isle of Man for the first time. They were held at the Continental by the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg.’
Jewish Chronicle, 26 May 1922, page 33
Jewish Chronicle, 27 October 1922, page 18
Board of Deputies. Report of Law & Parliamentary Committee.
Jewish Chronicle, 25 February 1927, page 15.
Memorial Council meeting.
Jewish Chronicle, 25 February 1927, page 17.
Board of Deputies. Law & Parliamentary Committee.
Jewish Chronicle, 25 March 1927, page 17
Board of Deputies Law & Parliamentary Committee.
Jewish Chronicle, 1 April 1927, page 4
Jewish Chronicle, 10 June 1927, page 25
‘Isle of Man.
Jewish Chronicle, 24 June 1927, page 22
Board of Deputies Law & Parliamentary Committee
Jewish Chronicle, 19 August 1927, page 14
‘An appeal on behalf of Ukrainian Jewry was made last week by Rev. J. Kelman at the Synagogue of the Douglas Hebrew Congregation, I.O.M. Services are held every Sabbath at the Continental Hotel by kind permission of Mr. Goldberg.’
Jewish Chronicle, 23 September 1927, page 46
‘Douglas (Isle of Man)
Jewish Chronicle, 18 May 1928, page 40
Jewish Chronicle, 8 June 1928, page 11
Letter from Bernhardt Balaban, Higher Broughton, Manchester.
Jewish Chronicle, 22 June 1928, page 17
Board of Deputies, Law & Parliamentary Committee.
Jewish Chronicle, 5 October 1928, page 24
‘During Holy-day services at the Continental Hotel the Rev. A. Riess referred to the excellent efforts made by the local Jewry to endow a bed at the Douglas Hospital. Contributions may be made to the Treasurer Mr. F. Jacob or Col. Madox the Chief Constable. £16 collected for the Ukrainian Jews’ Relief Fund.’
Jewish Chronicle, 8 August 1930, page 21
‘Stuart Carey, a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. S. Brown of ‘Selsa Craigh’, Promenade, has been awarded a scholarship at the local High School.’
Jewish Chronicle, 3 July 1931, page 44
‘Mrs. Goldberg having disposed of her business in the Isle of Man has opened a private hotel at 108 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin.’
Jewish Chronicle, 1 April 1932, page 4
‘Death on 18 February under operation at Los Angeles, California, Joseph (Joel) in his 36th year, eldest son of Mr & Mrs Lyons, 4 Fort William.
Jewish Chronicle, 24 November 1933, page 4
‘For sale or to let. Isle of Man. Jewish boarding house, the
only one on the island. Owner retiring
Jewish Chronicle, 31 January 1936, page 32
‘An address on the persecution of German Jews given by Rabbi Raphael H. Levine of Liverpool to the Bucks Road Men’s Fellowship, ‘aroused much interest in the local Press’.
Jewish Chronicle, 4 January 1938, page 20
‘Following a petition to the I. of M. authorities from various members of the insular legislation and Douglas Town Council, asking that two Austrian doctors be allowed to practise, permission has been granted. Had been opposed by the Manx Medical Council. Proposal was to establish a clinic on the island for the reception of patients from the mainland. Not to compete with local practitioners but will only receive Manx patients on recommendation of their local practitioner.’
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