Newspaper clipping depicting page 5 of the pre-paid advertisments on page 1081 in Volume IV - Issue 65 of the New Series in The SAJC newspaper circulated on 29 December 1911. This is the twentieth page in the Collection of 20 consecutive pages preserved from an early Issue of the SAJC.
The pre-paid advertisments section is described in the SAJC as "miscellaneous pre-paid advertisments such as Wanteds, To Lets, For Sales, Situation-Vacant or Wanted, etc." on the first page of advertisments. The header of this page recaps the subscription prices and price of advertising.
There are four advertisments for various upcoming theatre and performances, each detailing the performers and method of booking to attend. There is an advertisment with Hebrew writing advertising groceries from Mr Landau that meet special kashrut requirements for Passover (Pesach) needs. The Universal Employment Agency has a notice advertising service, with some race-sensitive information about what races are most likely available at short notice, reflecting firstly the norm of hiring 'servants' and secondly the racism that was deemed acceptable. The last advertisement consists of three notices of buildings that will be abandoned under the Registration of Businesses Act, 1909, suggesting these businesses have violated the Act.
South African Jewish Chronicle