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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 February 1898

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Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Headmastership of the Free School. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

The Headmastership of the Free School* By reason of his advanced age, Mr. Moses Angel is about to retire from the active duties of the Head-Mastership of the Jews' Free School, a post which he has held uninter ruptedly for the very long period of 58 years; When as a young man of 22, Mr. Angel assumed the office he is now relinquishing, tha Free School was a cpmparatively significant fi institution. It is now the largest public fl elementary school in the Empire, if not in the* H entire world. With pardonable pride, Mr.. 9 Angel may well declare, ' The Free School, ifc fl is I,' for not even those who have been closely fli identified with the management of tlie school! fl would venture to deny that the maarvellous- fl results ochieved have been due to Mr: Angel's . fl remarkable talents, great organising; powers, fl add capacity for work. What 'was- thought- B of Mr. Angel outside the sc&ool may be ? gathered from the following utterance of the- fl late Mr. Mundella, as Minis...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Retirement of Sir Saul Samuel. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

The Retirement of Sir Saul Samuel. The dinner that was given by the London j Colonial Club was a worthy recognition of the service rendered to New South Wales by an able politician and administrator ; and is was of special interest to Jews as maiking the honoured close of the official caieer of a man ' who has a longer record of prominent public work than any other Jew in the British Empire. Sir Saul Samuel received his first public ap pointment in New South Wales in 1846, just after the late Sir Barrow Ellis had entered or* his Equally distinguished career under the Government of India. At that time the ?'Territory' known as New South Wales; included not only the present colony of thai? name, but also what are now the colonies of Queensland and Victoria.— Jewish Chronicle.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Louis Pulver Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

Louis Pulver Memorial. The committee deputed to arrange a memorial for the late Louis Pulver, have at length got into something approaching business like action. \ The Hon. Secretaries have enlisted all likely sources of income in their work, and from a knowledge that they will do their utmost to deserve it, we hope they may attain full success. The form of Memorial has not yet been arranged, but a number --f subscribers appear to be in favor of establishing a scholarship. Another section, with a great deal of justice in their reasoning consider, that as a tablet has been erected in the school- room at the instance , of the children, that a sum. be collected and I placed to fixed deposit for the Montefiore Home, the interest being used for those purposes which the Board — unfortunately— have so many calls. | Louis Pulver's name wiil not readily be effaced from the memory of the people of New South Wale3, as the Chevra Keciisha, a society that Sydney has needed for the past forty yea...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Proselyte Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

I The Proselyte Question. I We regrefc that pressing On oiir space has 1 been the cause of several letters on this subject I being held over for an oarly issue, Several correspondents evidently feeling the delicacy of their posi ion, have written under a nom de . plume. It is a rule that may noi be broken, but we must have the name of the writer, not , necessarily for publication. A sample of these may be cited in the following extract, signed ' A Jew.' ' Let the congregation open their doors to the extent of those open in European countries, and you will find that Judaism will not only advance in Sydney, but flourish ; and there will be no cause whatever to ask the community to wipe off the congregations overdraft. So far the authorities have excluded the like of me and many similarly situated, whose belief in the Jewish faith is as sincere as can be, but whose only fault has been to marry out of the ' creed, simply because a mate could not be ( found in it ; and I am certain that ...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

*- ' Parliament. - The Parliamentary elections being now within measurable distance, it is hoped that some of the many capable, educated, and re spected members of our community will be prevailed upon to offer their services in this direction to the land of their adoption. Ben jamin Disraeli has left Ins name engraved on brightest ornaments. Hig services need not here be entered into. In Victoria Mr. E. L Zox has ensured his re-election year by year by his sterling merit and straightforward conduct. Mr. I. L. Isaacs has done a wondrous amount of work and has earned an enviable n -toriety. New South Wales has advanced Sir Saul ? Samuel, and Sir Julian Salomons n«to high gradt s, whilst Mr Chas. Collins at-d Mr. H. Levien have done good work in the Assembly ; but, after all, considering our numbers and importance, may this be ttrmed a record. Not any one will cavil at the good work being done in minor spheres— at the head of large com /'mercial enterprises — and it is just this real '...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Wise Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

A Wise Wife. The recent stringency in. monpy matters, which has been felt by women as much as by men, has brought the heads of many house holds to the point of considering economies they never dreamed of before ; of considering, also, whether their manner and style of living has not been as much with a view to the exhibition of wealth as the enjoyment of comfort, and of answering the question whether the luxurious habits of their families are really worth while. If the father of the family is a sensible man his wife has been his confidante, and the director of household affairs, the mother of the children, the best friend of each and all beneath the roof, knows the condition of his business, how much or how little he can afford to spend and will coincide in all under stood necessity of retrenchment. If she, in turn, is wise, she will know very well that if the means are bountiful and unquestioned, a generous style is in a measure a duty, since it calls for expenditure instead of hoa...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

The South uoast & West D.amden aJy-SjfiPEtf&rivii C omp any , Limited, ???''?? SUSSEX STREET SYDWIY. ANNUAL TURN OVER £250,000 13PTHE L^KGEST DAIRY PRODUCE EMPORIUM IN THE OOLOGIES. ^Sl

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

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Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sermon by Dayan Susman Cohen. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

5ermon by Dayan Susrnan Cohen. The first sermon at the Great Synagogue by the Rev. Susman Cohen since his definate election as Dayan of the United Synagogue was delivered on Sabbath afternoon There was a large congregation of working men and women. Taking as his text the well known passage in Section VI. of the Ethics of the Fathers, in wnich lieb Jose ben llisma relates ms experience of a first visit to a large town, the Rev. Dayan implored his hearers to follow the noble example of the great Rabbi, and to resist the numerous temptations which daily beset our path. In making reference to the recent anti Semetic outbreaks in Austria and Roumania, the Dayan said tint- an t: -Semi tie would become a matter of the past by our leading a pure and upright life, by being true and loyal to the laws of the land wherein we dwell, and, above all, by avoiding the slightest -Qgfi-j ^*bn which is always used as the text for ca'uninies against the entire Jewish race, and greatly exaggerated, serve...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

C0RRB5P0NDENCE. ? .*. ? We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or even ar prove of, the opinions expressed by our corresp indents, but we wish, in a spirit of fair play, to permit, within certain necessary limits free discussion.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

DEATH. RUSSELL. — At his son's residence (Phillip and David Russell), 29 Flinders-street, off Oxford-street, Henry Russell, native of London, aged 87. Home papers . please copy. THE L OF AUSTRALASIA. ALFRED HARRIS, - - EDITOR. : ra not sown ctoq rvsn Declare Ye Among the Nations — Publish and Set Uj- a Standard. \ ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY, liY HARRIS & SON, 219 GEORGE STSEZT; SYDNEY. / Fronting Bridge- street. ' SUBSCRIPTION. 10s. 6d. PER YEAR. '' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11th, 1898.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

Hew Zealand Insurance Company; FIRE AND MARINE, S'a'fcscsi'bed Capital - -£1, 000,000 Paid up Capital & Reserves £435,000 WOOL INSURED from sheep's back to London FIRE INSURANCES EFFECTED on every description of property at lowest current rates. ~ . ? STew South 'Wales Branch 1 81/ Pitt St., Sydney, S. HAGUE SMITH, J. A. MIXNETT, ' Manager.. . Assistant Manager *$' J) ?. § t$ 1$ t; '? Q on't fail to read this io the end ; R efieet ! 'tis written by a friend. -, / V/ ho grieves to see your care-worn f&aeB, & nd at your service gladly places {J a failing aid, that shall dispel Q rim care frc'in those who mark him welL \\ r::e tired and hopeless he. .wife pause, § oine notice take ol Nature's laws. ' B e sure all things were meant to rise % : & nd obtaining help is truly wise. [{ now then ; all sad faced woman-kind | f you'd enjoy a tranquil mind ; [*) ever depressed by soddened bread ; ' Q nawed at in wrath by him youf?e wed# '?'?* p ies, hard as dishes...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English and Foreign Jews. (To the Editor of the HEBREW STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

English and Foreign Jews. (To the Editor of the Hebrew Standard.) Diar Sir, — I must crave your indulgence once more tO reply to Frank Silverstone's letter in reply to mine of January 21. I desire to pjint out for this corres pondent's information a few further facts. Had he read my former letter to you in the spirit in which it was written, he would find that what I stated and wished to bring under your numerous reader's notice. was the injustice that the so-called Foreign Jew was placed under in this and other colonies. Further, it was not my wish to bring into this controversy any side issues, or in any way interfere with subjects that go wide of the mark, and his inuendos that I had or have any personal or private ends to serve — as shown by his remarks, ' Look not to the heart or face, but only in the pccket, is going very tar away trom my original subject, which was the serious way the foreign Jew was treated and the many obstacles that are placed in his way by his so called b...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

_ ? _-__-_____ ? jjouiu an. j xi, loyo WZg\ v* + &» _^ . ___ T5 **+? fYT ( ^~-^ s/sl / Jr^^ /^/? For La.diess Money can Buy /^ ^^^ T3««4-w 0 Cfk«^#* ;'?' IN THEIR NEW PREMISES HAVE JDST OPENED ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES POR THE COMING SEASON IN HOSIERY, GLOVES, FRENCH, AMERICAN & ENGLISH BOOTS, SHOES, LADIES' & GENTLEMENS TIES, UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, LADIES LINEN COLLARS, PURSES, FANCY GOODS, NEW EMPIRE FANS, GE.STLEMESS HATS, ETC, ETC., WANTED, XV ANTED, by 'The Sydney Kosher Butchery Association,' a ,17 j^QVCjHAT,. Gentlemen, makin* ?»»«''?-« ? '' -♦-♦-' what Salary they require ° they will also forw»rd'copiesof their Credentials to the Secretary, Mr. SALTIEL D. NATHAN, Forest Lodge, Sydney. j_£ applications must be received by the _*tu 01 Febi'Uftl'J' lUxt. ' The Baron de Hirsch Memorial ' Aid Society. I Office : 683 George-street, Hay market ] .'For granting1 Small Loans to deserving- m er of the Jewish - Faith, Without Interest or ecu y....

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Help in Need Society. To the Editor of "The Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

Help in Need Society. To the Editor of ' The Hebrew Standard. I am directed by the promoters of the ' Help in Need Society ' to draw your attention to the effort being made to establish this very necessary charity. Its objects briefly defined are for the small weekly contribution of say (3d) threepence per week and by the help of sundry contributions to assist deserving cases of Tewish distress. Although not vet in working order several very urgent cases have been dealt with, The officers of the Society at present are : President Mrs. G. Cohen ; Vice-President, Mrs. K. Green : Hon. Treasurer, Mrs. D. Marks ; Hon. Secretary, Miss B. Cohen ; Hon Collectors, Mrs. Pool and Mrs. Van Praag. Should any of your readers wish to assist in our work, we shall be pleased to furnish any details asked for. On behalf of the committee, yours res pectfully, Mrs. G. Cohen, President.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. PHILLIP COHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

| MR. PHILLIP COHEN. A very old identity passed away at his residence afc Lavender Bay on Sunday, February 16th, 1898 in the person of Mr. Philip Cohen. The deceased gentleman was born in Edgeware road, London in 1825. He wai the s jn of the late Mr. Henry Cohen, formerly merchant of this city and brother cf the late Hon. Edward Cohen formerly Commissioner of Customs Melbourne, and Mrs. H Marks and Mrs. David Levy of this city, also uncle of Mr. Justice Cohen. Mr. Cohen was closely interested in all matters connected with the local fisheries, and took an active part in keeping these matters before the public of N.S.W. and Victoria. His letters to the S.M. Herald being read with great interest. As a recognised authority he compiled & pamphlet for the Government of N.S.W. on the ' Fisheries of the Colonies,' for transmission to the Chicago Exhibition. His other literary works and short stories published in the 'Sydney Mail' displayed a masterly style, and were much apprtciated...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

Acknowledgement. Dear Sir, — Please permit us through the medium of your Journal to return our sincere thanks for donations and assistance in the case of Mr. I. Cohen, of Hugo street, Redfern. The unfortunate circumstances in this matter have been added to by the total blindness of Mrs. Cohen. It would trespass too much on your space to give each donor, but we wish to specially mention the executives of 'the Sir Moses' Montefiore Home, The Ladies Aid Society, the Hebrew Ladies Dorcas Society, the Tewish Girl's Guild, and Mrs. -Dutten tor special kindness and tor Jetters or introduc tion to these persons from the Rev. J. H. Landau, Believe us, yours sincerely, Mrs. George Cohen, Mrs. Kaufman Green, Mrs. Leon Pool, Mrs. Charles Van Praag. r The general committee meeting of the Sydney United Friendly Society Dispensary took place at the Protestant Hall on Friday Jan, the 28th ult. The report states that the Institution is in a most flourishing condition the total number of prescription...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO SMALL CONGREGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898

TO SMALL CONGREGATIONS, The widow of tbe late Rev. Mr. Levy has shown us a number of very interesting documents and portraits, among the credentials of that worthy man. Mrs. Levy owing to the pressure of the times wishes to dispose of many of these portraits and documents, also aChuppa, Sepher Torah, Shofar, books etc., Communications addressed to the office will ...be sent on immediately. One of the most important rabbinical papers was signed by a relative of Mr. Henry Harris of this journal. The Australian Gas and Light Co. has juat celebrated its record year of service. Our esteemed co-religionist Mr. G. J. Cohen is the chairman of Directors and may be fully congratulated on gthe Company's adminis trative and financial success. The President of the Great Synagogue, Mr. .At, Gotthelf has been presented with a grand daughter by Mrs. Emile Hallenstein of Dunedin, New Zealand, at his residence Macleay-street, Potts Point. Mrs. A. Blashki, the wife of the respected Treasurer of the Gr...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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