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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 25 February 1898

TELEPHONE 1392. PHOTOGBAPHEKS TO THE GOVERNOE Strongly recommend all their Patrons to have at w-±a a Tl kl I I IV/1 * least a PORTION of their Orders executed in - ' rLA I I IN U I VI - - p| ATI MOXYPES Possess not onlv. tne delicacy ami Artistic appearance [j^^J ' s ^ ^llK!LJLJ——IL of Steel Engravings or Etchings, but are guaranteed equally as Permanent. 318 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Red Chalk Portraits on Porcelain or Paper. W. E. GEORG-E, Managing Director.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of "The Hebrew Standard" [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 25 February 1898

To the Editor of ' The Hebrew Standard ' Sir, — Again I must ask you to favour me with space in your valuable column to reply to this deluded person, j Mr. Nathan Jacobs, and also prevent him from delud ing others, and as he has been himself, Sir. It is quite incomprehensible to me, and should think anyone else, ' Mr Jacobs' ideas, as now he is complaining of reading his article in the tone it was written. Does he expect me to read the negative, as a positive and vice versa, or is he that foreign that, to express himself in Eng lish, he speaks the reverse of what he means. According to his first article, he spokaof ' hatred of his brethren,' and canying oir mind in the pocket.' In his second article he complains of being unjustly treated in read ing the above remarks as they were written, and then, in his latter article, actually writes in a stronger strain by using the words of 'injustice and crushing his brethren,' and then cries out, we are reading his letter in a different spiri...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Mayoral Elections. ALDERMAN A. E. COLLINS ELECTED UNANIMOUSLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 25 February 1898

The Mayoral Elections. ALDEEMAN A. E. COLLINS ELECTED UNANIMOUSLY. On Monday, 18th February, a special meet ing of the Council was held for the purpose of electing a new Mayor for the ensuing year. Following aldermen were present : — Messrs. A. R. Stafford (in the chair), C. Martyn, F. W. Tranter, J. J. Piper, M Saunders, Gae Wil Hams, W. E. Potts, and B. V. Coleman, who -i T I 1 _1__ ? T___, _____ X Ia. I. t ~ ??a.m. --* r~* *-v---— . *?* *-v ?!? *?% .**% '4- L'V -'\ aaornea xne cuauiut;r wi uu ma jji-eeeuw xuj. uhc first time. The Mayor (Alderman A. R. Stafford) com plimented the ratepayers on the selection they had made by electing Alderman Coleman, who was held in respect and esteem by the rate payers. He (the Mayor) was quite certain that the ratepayers would benefit by their selection. While he was pleased to welcome Alderman Coleman he felt certain that he was echoing the sentiments of all the aldermen when he said that in losing Alderman Spencer they had lost a man who had a...

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 — 25 February 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. . — ^ — We do hot hold ourselves responsible for, or even approve of, the opinions expressed by our correspondents, but we wish, in a sp rit of f airplay, to permit, within certain necessary limits : ' f re. e discussion. Referring to your leader and a contribution from the pen of Mr. Mendelshon Proselytisin, there remains attention to be drawn to several very noticeable points relative to the question. It is gullible enough to hear 4-i,r,4- ',( ^ Tmu ronnnt affnrH tViA amount rharcrad bv the Shool to be married he should not enter into any con tract for such a ceremony. Very well then, many a Jew moderately blessed with filthy lure will seek the shelter of elsewhere. V The childish meaning given above is proved by a similiarity of circumstance. A person wishes to buy a certain article, he is informed the price is £8, he offers a less amount which he considers a fair vajue ; then says the seller if you cannot afford £8 you should go without. This person may posses mo...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 25 February 1898

I A gentleman -who has lately paid a visit to London, says that there has been a revolution in one ancient habit amongst fashionable society in the old country, which has not apparently become known here. The method of perform ing the ceremony of shaking hands has been completely changed. Judging by the positions, I do not think the change and improvement, but then it is the fashion, and there is no argument that can be opposed to that, The parties do not rush up heartily towards each other ; That is old and obsolete. They sort of slide towards each other. . They then elevate their hands over their heads, as partners do who are going to dance Sir Roger de CoverJy. Then the hands close by a slow forward move ment ; they do not give a firm clasp. The one hand takes hold of the other as if it were something rather cold and hasty. There are then five waggles on a line with the plane of the earth's surface, and then the arm is allowed to fall, by mere force of gravitation, in quite a lim...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] Continued from "Hebrew Standard," February 18th '98 JEALOUSLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 25 February 1898

btnw dn BY RABBI ISIDOR BRAMSON. Continued frcm 'Hebrew Standard,' February 18th '98 Jealously. tOR LOVE IS STRONG AS DEATH ; JEALOUSLY AS CRUEL , as the grave.'— Solomon's Songs. 8.6, Many Christian brothers hate the Jews for the sake of jealousy because they see that some are rich, ethers are learned' others are honored. I do not understand why they hate them for this. If they see a Jew is learned, I do not think that he stole his learning from them so has to be hated by them. He has worked very hard before he gained it. If thev see a Tew has hnnnr cn»iv +u~... must understand that honor is not given for nothing; He who has honor is worthy of it; and if is worthy of it, why shall he not get it ; therefore they should not hate them for that. If they see a Jew is rich, certainly he did not rob his wealth from anyone. If they wish to know why it is easier for a Jew to get rich than a Christian, I shall tell them : — The Jew works very hard, endures fatigue and hunger before he makes ...

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 — 25 February 1898

ii 'tco r ron We wish it \o be known that there is one house in Sydney where Kosher Wine and Spirits may be obtained. Call on'.H. Hockings & Co.. oppo-ite the G.P.O., Pitt-street, who import all their Foreign Wine's and Spirits. Specialty Old Australian Wines.°

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 — 25 February 1898

HigMass 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. COUNTRY RESIDENTS.— Write for samples, : self-measure form, and tape. Merchant Tailors. PIW mW% MarkNetXstreet, MilfllfPfill HJflBRELItfl § PflOTOk WIKElt © tJlli&lJU I I It 5 Everything Appertaining to Umbrellas 7 ? =aar— at Prices Hitherto Unknown. V ) Telephone 20 06

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 — 25 February 1898

' Established 1857. ! WOOD & COMPANY, Funeral Directors and Emhalmers, CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS Business Establishment: Telephone Nos. Sydney (Head Office)— 810 GEORGE ST., SOUTH, ! Between Christ Church & Savings Bank 72b i Town Office & Livery Stables : ! 150 CASTLEREAGH ST. \ - eo . I 173 ELIZABETH ST. J ITY 1524 ' Sydney— 185 GEORGE ST. West Next St. Barnabas Church g-j2 Balmain N— 238 DARLING ST. Near Oddfellows' Hall. 5 BALMAIN Balmain S (Rozelle) — Corner 5 Balnain WESTON RD. & EVANS ST. Petersham — 6 NEW CANTERBURY RD. 22 Petersham . Opposite Police Station. NOi6 W^LK^R STREET, » H'.th Svdhhv Next E,S. & A.C. Bank. Leicnhardt—7 NORTON ST. 40 Petersham Near Parramatta Road. \ Ryde— Parkes St., (near Council Chambers).

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 25 February 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. The engagement is announced of Mr. Walter Levison, of the well-known and highly respected family of that name in Melbourne, and nephew of Mr. Isaac Jacobs of St. Kilda, to Miss Amy Benjamin, eldest daughter of Mr. Maurice D. Benjamin, of Macleay street, Potts Point, Bydney. It is anticipated the wedding takes place in April. Arrangements are being made for a telephone ftt the Great Synagogue Chambers, Sydney. At the Tahara of the late Mr. Simmons, the   Rev. A. D. Wolinski and Messrs. Jacob A. Moss, Jacob Harris, and L. Samuels attended. The ladies willing to form a ladies branch in Connection with the Chevra Kedisha, are invited to attend a meeting at 3 o'clock on Sunday next at the Great Synagogue Chambers. Mr. Albert Benjamin, of Brown-street, New town, has returned from his New Zealand tour, much benefited by his visit to the springs. Mr. Arthur Nathan of Auckland is visiting   England, accompanied by his son. Master Nathan is to rem...

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 — 25 February 1898

IN MEMORIAM IN Memory of my dearly beloved Parents, ASHER and PHOEBE HART, died March 2nd, 1864, (4th Adar) and 6th February 1860. (13th Shevat) Inserted by their daughter Rebecca P. V. Hart 56 Surrey-street Darlinghurst. THE OF AUSTRALASIA. ALFRED HARRIS, - - EDITOR. Declare Ye Among the Nations— Publish and Set Up _ ? a Standard. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY, BY HARRIS & SON, flid'SBORGKffi STBSXT; SYDNEY. ! ? l-'r outing Bridge-street. SUBSCRIPTION. 10s. 6d. PER YEAR. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25th5 1898.

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 — 4 March 1898

Marriages. SOLOMON— GOLDBEKG— On Tuesday, March 1st 1898 by the Rev. I. Bramson, Mr. Samuel Solomon' of .Gundagai t oMiss May Goldberg, of London.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sultan and Palestine. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898

The Sultan and Palestine. At first sight the project of Dr. Herlz so important and far-reaching a step as the wholesale purchase of Palestine should not be taken without the most serious consideration. First the transaction would be liable to interpretation as a religious decline, a want of faith in the Covenant Keeping God of Abraham, a manifest disbelief, quite unworthy of so historic a people, in the power of the Almightly disposer of events to restore them to their ancient home in his own good time and way. Second, the expenditure of so large a sum as that named with a view to tempt a financially weak Sultan to relax his grip of the land, must needs be repellent and demoralising to a race whose inborn consciousness tells them that Palestine is theirs by right anu title, as free to them as the air they breathe, preserved for their use until God's purposes in them among the nations of the earth are fully accomplished. On the other hand, we find the Turkish treasury chest practical...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The West Coast of Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898

The West Coast of Tasmania. Tasmania, the tight little island (the sanitorium of Australasia), and particularly its west coast seems very much neglected by our commercial and enter prising co-religionists. A well known member of the fraternity has lived over seven years in the locality, and has often to make a lengthy tour, and he considers it one of the best places in Australia for persons of moderate means who are crushed out of the industries in the older cities to make a living. We give his views of the climate and facility for reaching the principal towns, as they may be or interest. Speaking of Mount Lyell, which lies some few miles from Queenstown, Mr. P. Waxman considers there are specially good prospects. During the six years he resided in that township he saw it grow very rapidly. When he arrived there were only about three persons prospecting, but when he started on a holiday tour some few weeks ago there was a resident population of over 3500 persons. Of course there are...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the "Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898

To the Editor of the ' Hebrew Standard.' Sir, — No person but one purplind in his anxiety to take up cudgels for his bosom friend, and to fall with all crushing ponderous pen— (not feather) weight on a supposed adversary, would have rushed into print as Mr. P. Joseph has done ; and by not himself practising it thereby, but parodying the excellent percent quoted by him from Shakespeare, re that little subject matter of ' Fools and Angels.' Methinks had Mr. Joseph taken the smaller trouble to carefully re-read my letters he refers to, and, as he suggests l( marked, learned, and digested ' {outwardly this time please, as, Mr. Editor, you imprint very distinctly— all that you do not by accident leave on* — j he would have had no neces sity to have gone ' to some trouble ' to find out who it , ' was ' posed behind that terribly annoying 'mask,' and he would have spared himself the further shocking ' surprise ' that both letters came from the same pen, as their style and composition was p...

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 — 4 March 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. ? ♦ ? We/io not hold ourselves responsible for, or even approve of, the opinions expressed by our correspondents, but we wish, in a sp rit of fair play, to'permit, within certain necessary limits ' fre discussion.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY* During his stay at Marienbad, the Prince of Wales dined one day at the Jewish Restaurant Loewenthal. Covers were laid for five, and the party stayed upwards of two hours.

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 — 4 March 1898

Corner of I illiam-st, & Darlinglmrst; Road, R^;?^^^fe EAST SYDNEY. a^^'^'^S^^fe' Maker of Fine Footwear to Order. «8L «r -^^^^R=» HEPAXRS IN FIRST CLASS STYLE.

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 — 4 March 1898

Pianos properly Tuned and Repaired AT REASONABLE RATES

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Grateful Pupil [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898

The Grateful Pupil In the year 1300, during the reign of Albert, Emperor of Germany, the Jews of Lorraibe and Alsace were subjected to extraordinary taxation. Drained by numerous vexatious imposts, which weighed heavily on them, they were unable to discharge some new tribute ; whereupon the emperor seized their principal rabbins, and declared he would detain them as / ostages until a spoliating ransom was paid. ; Rabbi Jechiel, a learned Talmudist, hearing that his old teacher was one of the prisoners, 'sold what he possessed, and sent the proceeds to Germany to secure the liberty of his teacher. But during the interval Eabbi Meir died in his chaitu, and the insatiable emperor declared his prisoners should be deprived of Hebrew burial if their ransom was not paid to the uttermost farthing. Rabbi Asher, out of respect for the memory of his teacher, sacrificed a fortune to obtain his interment in a J ewish cemetery. On the unpretending tombstone of Rabbi Meir, public admiration inscri...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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