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x The RosebShaYqn Blooms as 'Canaan Flaws'With Milk and
jih$DaySOf'Yore'J n Honey, OnceMore.
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J 5 A real '."Rose of Sharon"
Type of Jewish girls Who work
in colony vineyards.
Jerusalem, ' Nov. 21. The
dream of Zionists, the restoration
5j of Israel as a na'tion may ney.er be-
realized, but whatever the out-
come of fhc-agitation,Vone'''thing
is certain :y ' l- - ;
Zionism is rejuvenating the
country which for-c'ountlesscen-turies
has. laini dormant. 'The rose
of haron which, for ages;fias been
The new Palestine Wine
cellars of JZechron Jacob colony,
wilted and withered is blossom
ing as of yore.
The vine and fig-tree of which'
the bible speaks,mbut which, in the
recollection of many generations
have only been a memory,' are
again a living reality. There are
Orchards, of olive, orange and
lemon trees, and miles of vine
yards. The soil of Palestine is today
the most productive in the Turk
ish empire and airbecause, some
thing over a decade -ago, an en
thusiast, a dreamer, named Theo
dor Herzl, a Viennese journalist,
wrote a'bpo'k which" he called
"The Jewish State;" and which
was the origin of Zionism.
.' This new condition was made
possible-by the., Jewish nation
fund, collectedby Zionist organ
izations - - - '