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MONTEFIORE HOME. ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898
MONTEFIORE HOME. ' ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION. : The annual meeting of the Montefiore Home was held on Wednesday evening Feb. 9th. 1S98 at the Institute. A very stormy night prevented many from attending. Apologies were tendered for Mr, G. J. Cohen, Mr. J ustice Cohen and for the Hon. Secretary owing to his absence in the country. Mr. S. Cohen presided. Among those present were Revs. A. B. Davis. J. H. Landau, XT ? ._?- _ ? 'w.r t 1 A T\/f' ? and P. Philippstein Messrs jacoo a. muss, Neville D. Cohen, M. Gotthelf, W Collins, Coleman P. Hyman, S. Brodfeld, Henry Sol omons, P. Myers, H. B. Nelson, L.Samuels Nathan Jacobs, J. L. Polowitch, S. Solomons, G. Nettheim, P. J. Marks, — Jacobs, — Defries. The Kev. J. H. Landau acted as Secretary to the meeting. ? The minutes of prev.ous meetings were read and confirmed. _ The President, Mr. S Cohen said, Before moving the adoption of the report, and balance sheet, I have, to apologise for the delay in calling the subscribers together, the Bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898
High* class Tailoring- ' fWe advise those gentlemen about to order a Summer Suit to call on us in Pitt-st.? next 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 Texture Indigo Blue Fine Twill we are cutting up fast. fJOUHTEY miDEBTSi— Write for samples, self-measure form, and tape. DITS7W QWWPIIF Nexfc & 1 x a pi ±\m*a a f Market street, I lip If 1 1 I I fY 3L3L '^^S^30 STJE&^KTD. 1® Wl II 1 1J I I H5 Everything Appertaining to Umbrella? r -?^w^^^-^t*™,^^^ ^ pyjQgg Hitherto Unknown- . V y Telephone 2006
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 February 1898
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To the Editor of the "Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
To the Editor of the ' Hebrew Standard.' Dear Sir, — Having been a reader of your valuable paper since its start, and always taking a great interest in your open column, I was very much surprised and pained to see that you had printed a letter under the non de plume of Kosher, which contained a sarcastic and very bitter attack upon our fellow citizen, Mr. Dolowitch, a gentleman that is well known as a straightforward, phUantrophic and charitable member of the Jewish community, and one that is always ready him for it, and to my knowledge devotes about two thirds of his time to charitable and other works in the interest of the Jewish community. Seeing also another letter signed under the non de plume » written in answer to one by Mr. Jacobs, in which the writer also attacks Mr. Dolowitch, I went to some trouble to find out who it was that had written it, and you may judge of my surprise to find that it came from the prolific pen of the same Kosher. Now Sir, how can you reconcile the s...
English and Foreign Jews. [?] To the Editor of "The Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
English and Foreign Jews. bmw by/ utw abw To the Editor of ' The Hebrew Standard,' Sir,— The ancient assertion ' that every being ' has some allotted mission to fulfil in ' this world ' I am beginning to realise has something trite and substantial about it after all, and I have come to the conclusion that my 'mission ' in the mundane sphere is to help make the Lion play with, the Lamb — at any rate to smooth down the ruffled feathers of fighting and crow nig unua. The only not quite satisfactory part of the matter is that the peacemaker generally has to accept all the cuffs and blows intended for both adversaries, as pay ment in gratitude, with the corollary that there are few individuals who will recognise that their ' mission ' in life is that of peace-makers, and they rather remain spectators of the scene than expose their personal charms to disfigurement at the hands of those whom their good offices cannot please ; and who will not by any manner of means be appeased. Well I must...
The Ladies Aid Society. To the Editor of the "Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
The Ladies Aid Society. To the Editor of the ' Hebrew Standard.' Sir, — From the report of the Montefiore Home meet ing, I notice that an influential gentleman referred to to the Ladies' Aid Society as 'languishing for funds. ' I was sorry to read this, because the Society has for tunately been able to relieve all cases that have been uuuamereu wormy, anu nas suinuieni iuiius in nauia iui present requirements. It may be as well to say that periodical dances have been our sole source of regular income, as cash dona tions are never solicited, and have not been received from more than seven or eight ladies and gentlemen. Out of consideration for the fact that regular sub scriptions are the natural source of income of the Montefiore Home, and Ladies' Dorcas Society, the committee of this Society have consistently declined to receive regular subscriptions, though several have been volunteered. We only ask well-wishers to support our dances and so enable us to continue doing good to those...
The Jews in Portugal. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
The Jews in Portugal. Some tin-.e ago, aproposto an incident; in the Cortes at Lisbon, a few particulars w re given with reference to the small community oft .Jews, .'in ? Portugal. -. A correspondent gives an account 6: the oiigin and grqwth of ihe Jewish community- in Lisbon, while -the' others prove- that the same benevolent spirit character ises that community which animates/Jews all over the, world.' - ? '? i ?? ', , - /? To-day, the Jewish population 0$ Lisbon is estimated at 450:. - Two synagogues- are the only- ones in existence, but a ComjmiHte Ka- Leeii formed with' a view to their amalgamation and to the carrying out of their project of 1859— the 'building of a real synagogue. There are' three welLoiganised;charilable inslituiians, which per forms the same duties us the Lavadores and Hebra oi the Spanish' and Portuguese Congregation in London, viz., attendance on the sick and dying, care and burial of the dead. Society Somej Nophlim, which grants aid to. the poor, and dso...
The Best Synagogue. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
The Best Synagogue. It is not necessarily the largest, nor the most expensive, nor the most numerously attended Size, splendor, ritual pomp do not condition sanctity. There must be a higher test not in the congregation, but in the congregants ; not in the Worship, but in the worshippers. If these have no soul -music, architecture, a volume of devotion, swelling eloquence of the preacher avail not. A. It is time that the Hebrew on these shores should ask himself : Is my synagogue the best for me? Does it satisfy 1117 spiritual needs? Do I find there the rest, tne consolation, the incentive that I require ? We Hebrews resent no accusation more promptly and more justly than that of being only Oriental and fond of show, with the money gauge for every emotion. We point them to the lofty spirituality of Judaism and the moral charm that gives stength and beauty to -the sayings of Jewish sages and the Jewish life. But is the synagogue above reproach to-day ? Do the ideal elements in Judaism...
The Margate Lifeboat Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
The Margate Lifeboat Fund. .. A splendid effort is being made by Mr. Joseph Thompson, on the turf, to augment the fund started by the London Daily Telegraph in aid- of the widows and orphans of the Margate rieroes who found a watery grave while out in tlie' Friend of All Nations' Lifeboat. Racing irien are proverbially charitable, and are ever ready to respond to an appeal with liberality and spontaneity, and it is, therefore, not sur prising to hear that Mr. Thompson has already collected over .£500 Mr. Thompson, who is * one of the ' Leviathians of the Ring ' has had an eventful and almost romantic career. Many ypars ago he left his native c'.!y — Liverpool — *for Auotralia, and his adventures on board the slow old sai ing vessel whese he served before the mast, would furnish excellent material for one of Mr. Clarke Russell's exciting sea stories. Twice the young Jewish sailor (for it should be mentioned that ' Thompson ' is a nom de sport) distinguished himself on board by diving...
Pluck and Luck. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
Pluck and Luck. Mr. Jacob Bitton, furniture dealer, of High street, dotting Hill Gate (who a few weeks back made an attempt to rescue the inmates of the burning house adjacent to his) lately bought at a, sale for -£2 a safe, which formed part of the effect3 of a deceased lady. On making the careful examination which he found advisable after such purchases, Mr. Bit t-»n discovered the will or the deceased, together with Consols and other securities, exceeding £10,000 in value. Mr. Bitton immediately returned the documents to the children, who were naturally overjoyed at the recovery of the. papers, for which they had hunted in vain, and which they thought were burned. On severa previous occasions Mr. Bitton has made finds in articles he has purchased at sales. He is to be presented with a gold medal as a suitable momenta of his recent bravery. — Chronicle A meeting of the B'nei Zion Association was held last month Mr. Shriro presiding. The proceedings were conducted in Yiddish. On tb...
JEWISH CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
JEWISH CALENDAR. 1898 5658 Monday, March 7 .. . ? ? Fast of Esther. Tuesday, March 8 ? Purim. Thursday, March 24 ? New Moon, Nissan. Thursday, April 7 ? Passover, 1st day. Wednesday, April 13 ? Passover, 7th day. Saturday, April 23..... ? *New Moon, Iyar. Tuesday, May 10 ? Lagh b'Omer. Sunday May 22 ? :.... New Moon, Sivan. Friday, May 27 ? Penticost, 1st day|Shabouth Tuesday, June 21 .. .....'. ? *New Moo^ Tamuz Thusrday, July 7 ? Fast of Tamuz. Wednesday, July 20 ? New Moon, Ab. Thursday, July 21 ? .....Fast of Ab. Friday, Aug.*19 ? * New Moon, Ellul. Saturday, Sep. 17 ? New Year, 5659. * Observed also preceding day. (Eke United Insurance- Cc. Ltd. George and Hwnter-st.
Our Melbourne Letter. MR. J. SENFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
Our Melbourne Letter. MR. J. SENFT Mr. J. Senft, husband of Mrs L. Senft, died, at his residence 19 Benjamin-street, Parkville, Victoria, on February 8th, aged 42 years. The following is the result of the drawing of the prizes recently held at a bazaar in the schoolroom at the rear of the Bourke-st. Syna gogue— (A) : 329.411,743,59, 10, 55, 597,. 596,114,519,552, 598, 413, 265, 579, 741,. 1013, 390, 144, 13, 677, 464, 155, 629, 632r 322, 928, 386, 80, 91, 931, 590, 625, 257, 876, 870, 672, 601. (B). 640, 1060, 259, 112, 476, 226, 82, 917, 442, 892, 590. (O). 195, 837, 905, 48, 31.
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
btrw *a» By Rabbi Isidor Bramson. ' But his bow abode in strength, and the arras of his hands were made strong by the hands of the mighty God of Jacob ; (from thence is the shepherd the stone of Israel).' — Genesis 49, 24. As the stone in the sea is struck and completely covered by the waves yet without harming it. so are the children of Israel amongst the nations. What Lad times and miseiies have been endured by the Jews for nearly 2000 years, and still they have remained proud, strong, and energetic. The reason why they can endure all this is because they are a stiff-necked people. Exodus 32, 9 : ' And the Lord said unto Moses, I have seen this people, and behold it is a stiff necked people.' Do not think that God meant this to cause the Jews shame, but to be to their advantage, because they are a people who fight against bad times like the greatest hero. Look into Talmud Baizoh 25, 1, where it says that Israel is the greatest hero of the nations. As the strong stone is beaten by ...
A THONIM PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 18 February 1898
A.THONIM PARTY. A very pleasing ceremony took place at the residence of Mr, J. L. Dolowitch, 51 Collins street, Surry Hills on Sunday last, when Miss Fanny Weissberger, neice of Mr. J. Weiss berger, storekeeper, Bourke, was bethrothed to Mr. M. Michael, brother of Mrs. J. L. Dolowitch. The Rev. J. Bramson, who was among the visitors wrote the Thonim in accordance with Jewish custom and religion. A New Zealand wedding took place in London last month, when Mr. James Francis Hyams, of 8, Southwick Place, Hyde Park, and of Dunedin, New Zealand, third son of Mr Emanuel Hyams, of Portsmouth, was married to Miss Hilda Hallenstein second daughter of Michaelis Hallenstein. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's parents, 7, Pembridge Villa, Bayswater.. the ceremony being performed by the Chief Rabbi, Dr. Adler, assisted by the Revs. I Samuel and R. Harris. The latest cables are showing that the course of justice in the famous Dreyfus case is very startling. The mother who will...