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Criterion Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
Criterion Theatre. Despite the phenomenal success of ' Charley's Aunt,' it must be withdrawn in the height of its popularity, as Mr. Frank Thornton's dates! are fixed for Tasmania and New Zealand, so during his brief stay here he will revive ' Sweet Lavender' on Saturday and Monday, 'The rnvate becretary during the balance of the week, and ' The Strange Adventures of Miss Brown ' will wind up the season. Mr. J. L. Lohr is ever present giving the most loyal and agreeable assistance to Mr. Thornton, who has always had law on his side, and who still has it with a capital L. Fitzgerald's Circus is just finishing a mosfe successful tour before starting for 'New Zealand. The last performance is on Saturday night. A matinee is to be held on Saturday afternoon* The admission for children is only 6d. The present programme seems more popular than any preceding one, and a sight of the splendid menagerie of wild animals is a eight for both old and young.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
NOTES AND COMMENTS. — i ? «^ ? „ The Dunedin Hebrew Congregation adver tise in another column for a Eeader. This is a rising position for a gentleman of ability. The Rev. A. B. Davis has been indisposed, but is progressing favourably. The Hebrew Schools resume work on Sunday. A better attendance is confidently hoped for than has been usual. The Rev. A. D. 'Wolinski conducted the Sabbath evening service at the Montefiore Home. vmn We wish it to be known that there is one house in Sydney where Kosher Wines and Spirits may be obtained. Call on H. Hockings & Co., opposite G. P. O., Pitt Street, who import all their foreign Wines and Spirits. Specially old Australian Wines. The anti-Semitic movement is causing troub e in Paris. The mobs parading the streets and inciting a number of outrages. The Dreyfus ease may lead to some peculiar disclosures. The fact of being a Jew carries some bitter consequences even to-day, The Annual meeting of the Montefiore is announced for the 31st. A...
New Zealand News. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
New Zealand News. On the 17th ult., the wedding took place of Louis Joseph, third son of Mr. Joseph E. Nathan, of Wellington, New Zealand, who was married to Betty, eldest daughter of Mr. Von Halle, of Rosse Field, Heaton. The cere mony was performed at Bradford by the Rev. Joseph Strauss, Ph. P. On the 18th ult., at the Synagogue, St. John's Wood, London, Miss Rose Nashelski, only ' daughter of the late Herman Nashelski, of Auckland, New Zealand, was married to Michael Yeatman, son of the late I. E. Woolf and Mrs. Woolf, of 1, Marlborough Place, London. Several New Zealanders were among the sufferers from the great fire which is generally referred to as ' The great fire in London,' as distinguished from the 231 years older great 'Fire of London.' Messrs. Bing, Harris and Co. and Messrs. L. D. Nathan and Co., had their offices in the very heart of the crowded commercial locality which was devastated by the conflagration. We learn, however, that, beyond the unavoidable discomfort and...
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. Mr. H. Marks, J.P., Mayor of Suva, is at present on a visit to Melbourne. Mr. Theodore Fink lias been appointed by the Judges in Council a member of the Board of Examiners for barristers and. solicitors, to serve during 1898. Service was conducted in the Bourke-street j Synagogue by the Rev, S. Solomon on Satur day last. The rev. gentleman p reached an eloquent sermon. The wedding of Miss Minnie Snider to Mr. ( Lazarus will take place on Wednesday next at the residence of the bride's father, 'The Avenue,' Parkville. Full particulars will appear in next issue. Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Herman, 'Haroldene,' Jolimont, to celebrete the barmitzvah of their son Sydney, on Saturday, January 22. Master Stanley Simmons, son of Mr. N. J. Simmons, of Lismore, N.S.W., was Barmitzvah in the Bourke-street Synagogue on January 8. The Kev. Dr. Abrahams quite exceeded his usual brilliant addresses on this occasion. He complimented Master Simmons on his p...
Kosher Butchery Association. To the Editor of the "Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
Kosher Butchery Association. To the Editor of the ' Hebrew Standard.' Sir, — Far be the thought removed from anyone perusing this that I have in mind the desire to harm the prospects of the above just-formed Association. My feelings and desires for its welfare and absolute success are all in the la.ct expressed direction, and premise this that I be not possibly misunderstood, since havin? the true welfare of the new institution at heart. On perusal of your published account of its inaugural meeting, and the prospectus accompanying last week's ft Standard,' and noting therein, to my mind, serious defects, I think it my duty as ' one of the Jewish brotherhood,'1 to rather intrude myself at this early juncture as the Association's 'candid critic,' and if my contentions and advice be deemed worthy of con sideration and acceptance, the Association may profit thereby, ere perhaps falling into or perpetrating errors that may now be avoidable without loss in any respect ; which otherwise, b...
U. A. O. D. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
U. A. O. D. A highly successful function took place on Tuesday evening last at the Temperance Hall, when our co-religionist. Past District President Bro. Moss Moss, was the recipient of an illuminated address, presented by the officers and members of the Belmore Lodge for services rendered, not only to the Lodge, but to the Order in New Zealand and Svdrmv. Tho concert in connection with the presentation was in every way satisfactory, all the artists acquitting themselves to the delight of a large and discriminating audience. The address was quite a work of art, and was illuminated by Bro. Micheson, of the Ivy Lodge. Past Grand President Lane, in making the presentation* referred in complimentary terms to the services rendered to the Order in general by Mr. Moss, who in the interest of the Unity spared neither time, money, or ability. I n the vocal section Miss Eva Bear contributed 'The Gondolas Dream,' and Miss S. Levy ' At Eventide/' Mr. H. A. Kahn contributed a violin solo.
South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
South Africa. A new Synagogue is to be erected at Pretoria, The building will be Mauresque in character, and will cover an area of 89 feet by 76 feet. It comprises an auditorium or hall 64 feet by 40 feet, committee room, ladies' and gentlemen's retiring rooms, and a spacious gallery for ladies : seating afifinmmndatiion bfiine1 nrovided for about 520 persons. The facade, with its deeply recessed Moorish arches flanked by minaret capped turrets, will exhibit pleasing effects of light and shade, and present an appearance unique in South African archi tecture. The hall, which will be lofty, will be surmounted by an ornamental metallic ceiling. All the windows of the hall, including the large gable rose window, fanlights to entrance and sashes of large lantern light will be glazed with imported art stained glass. Electric light will be installed throughout. The total cost of building and fitting complete, and all other expenses, will not exceed £6000. Advertisers will find the charges ...
Hebrew Mutual Medical & Benefit Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
Hebrew Mutual Medical & Benefit Society. The Annual meeting of this society was held last night at the Great Synagogue Chambers, About 12 members attended. Mr. S. Solomon presided. The Secretary, Mr. Lewis Samuels, read the minutes which were duly confirmed, likewise the balance sheet as follows. — Gentlemen — In presenting you the Annual Report and Balance Sheet for the past year your Board have much pleasure m reporting as follows : — The Balance to Credit on January 1st, 1897, was £524 15s 8-J-d, and on the 1st of January, 1898, is £418 17s -J-d, being a decrease af £105 11s 8d. This is caused as you will perceive by ihe Balance Sheet through unfortunately the death of three of our members, and also that of a member's wife, amounting to £90, and the item of sick pay is £70 Id in all £169 Id. The amount due by members on the 31st December, 1898, is about £27, but which has teen reduced by payments since, and the balance may be considered fairly good. On January 1st, 1897, ...
The Foreign and English Jew. To the Editor of the "Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
The Foreign and English Jew. To the Editor of the ' Hebrew Standard.' Dear Sir, — I trust I am not encroaching on your valuable time and space by asking you to insert the following letter in your next issue. Leviticus 19, verse 17 :--Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thine heart : — The sin of hating our brother has no joy that it should be harbored. Why is it with most Jews, that hating ones brother is not a sin. This sin has its root iil blll/OV* VyUlVllLVJ UVL.UUJW bllViVr Ui. \s I \* »T J 11U1U X1.VSUX VAll.' ferent countries, and so they hate one another. For example there are foreign and English Jews. The English hate the foreigners and vice versa. What one makes the other breaks, what one builds the other demolishes, and so on. Firstly, let us see how much the English hate the foreigners. What the latter does the former says it is only done in opposition to them. The former also say that the foreigners are opposed to them in everything, but in truth it is but a shadow. They ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 21 January 1898
HIGH CLASS TAILORING. tWe advise those gentlemen abou to order a Summer Suit to call on us in Pitt st., near Market-st., and see our New Coloring of Suitings just opened ; or should it be Blue Serge you intend having, you can be sure of getting what you require from us, as we hold a big Variety of Blue Serges. A Special Light Tex ture Indigo Blue Fine Twill we are cutting up fast. Fashionable Suit (Hand Woik), 75s. The Credit Tailors charge 90s, and 95s, for same goods. All other goods proportionately Cheap, as we are doing solely a Cash Business, we have no losses. Kead these flattering remarks : — M. Majeroni, Esq., of the Broug^ Coy., s.s. Orient, Melbourne, writes : ' Goods arrived The frock ank dress suits aie perfect fitting— in fact, all the suits are particularly well finished, and are much admired. Have recommended you to many of my friends.' H. O'Connor, Esq., Perth W.A., wites.— Re- ceived Suit; very pleased, it being made in your usual good style*' COUNTRY RESIDENTS— Wri...
New Zealand News. WELLINGTON, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 28 January 1898
New Zealand News. Wellington, Jan. 20. We are favoured with a number of interesting social items under the title of 'Passing Events.' The marriage of Miss Gertie Lachman, daughter of Joseph Laohman, Esq., to Mr. Jacques Schloss, of Sydney, takes place on the 26th inst. On the 2nd February Mr, David Oaselberg, of Masterton, weds Miss Sarah Rothenberg, whose brother, Louis Lyons, Esq., has made a special trip from London to be present at the ceremony. The engagement is announced of Mr. Asher Cohen brother of Mrs, M. Moss, of Sydney, to Miss Stella, second daughter of Ralph Levi, Esq., of this city. This gentleman holds the honorable position of Treasurer to the Welling ton Hebrew Congregation. Muster Bertie Jacobs, son of Mr. N. Jacobs, is baraiitzvah on the 22nd inst. Another son of this gentleman, Master Sidney Jacobs, is the dux of the local High Sehool, and is a very promising lad. Mr. and Mrs H. Leicester returned from their wedding tour a short time ago, and seem pleased to be h...
Our Melbourne Letter. MELBOURNE, Jan. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 28 January 1898
Our Melbourne Letter. Melbourne, Jan. 25. Mr. S. Aronson, of Messrs. Rosen thai, Aron sdn and Company, left for a tour of the Con tinent in R.M.S. ' Himalaya,' on Saturday last. Master Sydney Herman, son of Mr. J. Her man, of '' Haroldene,' Jolimont, was barmitz vah at the East Melbourne Synagogue on last Shobbos. He read ? his portion and haphtorah in a very' pleasing style. The Rev. J. Lenzer iri an eloquent manner addressed Maste.r Herman at the conclusion of the ceremony. Mr. Mendle Finkelstein, son of Mr. S. Finkel stein, of Fitzroy, passed successfully in the ex amination at the Electrical Engineering School. THis entitles him to, and he will no doubt be in receipt of membership as an Associate of the Electrical Engineers' Institution of Great Britain. Mr. V. L. Solomon, of Adelaide, is attending the Fedefal Convention now sitting. Mrs. Solomon accompanies him on a visit to Mel bourne. Messrs. Alfred Joseph and E. N. Abrahams gave a dance at the. Grand Pacific Hotel on the 14t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 28 January 1898
THE STEYK HOTEL, lAILY, ( facing the Ocean ) The house has been .thoroughly renovated and is ^ now in first-class order. Knowing the virtues of good liquor the Proprietress will dispense nothing but the leading and popular , Brands of ALES, WINES, AND SPIRITS So that a man who has a ' nip' or two over night need .; not be afraid .of a ' head ' in the morning, ? . One Visit will make you a Permanent Customer,
South African News CAPETOWN, December 25 [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 28 January 1898
South African News ' . Capetown, December 25 The object of my penning these few lines to you is to give a brief and interesting resume of ' Judaism In Matabeleland,' and hope that it will give your readers . pleasure to hear how great strides are made in our faith in the Dark Continent. Just three years ago, after the opening of the new township of Bulawayo. a meeting was called by the few Jewish people there, and it was decided to hold a service on the coming Day of Atonement and New Year, and on approaching the proprietors of the Charter Hotel, then in construction, with a view of obtaining ihe use of tbeir dining room, leave was granted to conduct a service therein. The eventful day arrived, and with i|t about 30 members of our faith, some with jackets on, some without, and only about a dozen with Talisman. A Sepher Torah was sent by coach from Johannesburg, and a reader selected from the Congregation. Everything passed off without a hitch. Since that time the committee approache...