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Charles Jacob Loewenthal (1860–1925)

The death of Mr. Charles Jacob Loewenthal, of Bondi, who was well known in city business circles, and also as one of the pioneers of the eastern suburbs, took place yesterday.

Mr. Loewenthal had resided at Bondi during the last 30 years, and was an alderman of Waverley Council. He took a keen interest in the welfare of the district, being the founder of the Bondi-Waverley School of Arts, and also a member of the Waverley Bowling Club. He was also a member of the Royal Australian Historical Society, and of the Employers' Federation.

Mr. Loewenthal is survived by a widow, two sons, Messrs. Leslie and Athol Loewenthal, and two daughters, Mesdames W. L. Cohen, of Bellevue Hill and Springwood, and R. M. Lipman, of Rose Bay.

The funeral will take place this afternoon at Rookwood Cemetery.

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