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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
Fat' the /^Q-^ f//) j? AdT^/ S7S^ For Ladles' BestGloYSS ^^^}2/(^/ (^^Ouvl'fU High Class IN THEIR NEW PREMISES , TTAVF T t«t nPTTHmAT-I THE LATEST NOVELTIES FOR THE COMING SEASON in HOSIKRY, GLOVES, FKENCIT, AMERICAN & ENGLISH * TCOOTX SHOKS T ADIES'&GENTLEMENS TIES, UMBRKLL.aK PARASOLS, FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, LADIES LINEN COLLARS, : ^HUi-br .8-nu,H,.b, UA.vi^ ^ FANCY GOODS, NEW EMPIRE FANS, GENTLEMENS HATS, ETC... ETC., ? ?????' The Baron de Hirsch Memorial ' Aid Society. Office : 683 Geofge-street, Haymarket ,For granting Small Loans to deserving members of the Jewish Faith, Without Interest or security. SUBSCRIPTION 3d. Per. Week. The Payment of one sum of £5 creates Life Membership. Subscriptions and Donations thankfully recevied by any memoer of Committee, or by SALTIEL D. NATHAN, Hon. Secretary from whom all information can be obtained. msD EVIOTZOS rmo . STEAM MOTZO FACTORY. KIISTG and EGAN STEEETS, NEWTOWN * Motzos 4Jd Per lb- Meal 4W Per H-« All Milk Motzos 7d...
Anticipating Evil. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
Anticipating Evil. One of the elements of our happiness springs from the fact that we do not know the future* How large a part of the pleasure of life is shattered and blighted by an unreasonable anticipation of coming evil! How much happiness would be lost if a man knew that he would be sick to-morrow, that a friend was to be stricken down, that a mercantile venture was to go awry, that this or that evil was to come. He would have no heart for the smile and laughter and sunshine of to-day, glad and bright though it might be, if it were overe shadowed with the cloud of a certain misfortun that was to come of the morrow. Lyster used to hate to haue his opera company called a troupe, and one day broke into the editorial office df a Sydney weekly with a paper in his hand. 'Con- found it, sir,' he gasped, ' what do you mean by this ? Troupe, Troupe, Troupe ? Do you think I am running a company of performing monkeys ?'
On Good Resolutions [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
On Good Resolutions, From whatever standpoint viewed, life is a solemn thing. Whether we look at it in the light of the general history of mankind or in the feebler light of our own personal experience —whether we regard it from the standpoint of religion — the conviction is irresistibly forced upon us that life is a solemn and fateful trust ; embracing issues that we can only dimly see, and pregnant with possibilities that lie beyond the range of human thought. .b rom whatever cause tnat conviction may arise (and that is a question we need not stop to consider now), it is there ; so deeply rooted that we cannot escape it. Every man feels more or less acutely and vividly that he is accountable — that his life is a trust — that he has no right to waste it or squander it — that it will give him no real satisfaction till he kirns it to the best possible account. The statement so often repeated, that ' no man liveth unto himself,' is not a mere pious opinion. It is an historically attes...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
The following letter is one of those kindly assistances which make the work of conducting a representative Journal a pleasant under taking. The opinions expressed in the com munication are of much value coming from such a responsible source, and we cannot fail to appreciate the .sentiment in which they are written, auc^ thank Rabbi Weiss very sincerely for sparing his time and thought upon our .efforts to fully represent Judaism in our sunny -}lime :— Trenton, N.J., U.S.A., January 24, 1898. Editor, 'Hebrew Standard.' — Your valued paper failed not to make a good impression upon me in far America, and it seems to me that intelligent Jews ought to give a good Jewish paper ample support. A paper is, in some respects, more important than the pulpit, because it speaks to more people, — to people that are not present it comes to them, and brings them the spirit of Judaism, the spirit of G-od ; besides it handles various subjects at the same time, discussed by men of various minds, while ...
BUSH-STREET TEMPLE. ADDRESS BY RABBI ISIDORE MYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
BUSH-STREET TEMPLE. ADDBESS BY RABBI ISIDORE MYERS. Eabbi Isidore Myers delivered as usual a lecture at the Bush- street Temple on the question ' Is Judaism a Kitchen Religion?' from which we publish the following synopsis : *« Whilst the Jews were of many years forced to live under great disadvantages, their long evity is characteristic and it has been proved bv statisticians that their death rate is pro portionally less than among the people whom they dwell. During the plague which ravaged European countries in the middle ages, the Jews were almost entirely exempt, or only slightly affected. Down trodden, persecuted, compelled to inhabit dark and unhealthy places to escape his persecutors, the Jew showed wonderful vitality. ' The dietary laws are one of the causes, and the Mosaic law, making the body sacred and containing regulations calculated to keep a sound mind in a sound body, rendering contamination and the touching of everything unclean sinful, may be considered a the main ...
SCHULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
SCHULE. The word schule always seems to be synony mous with Synagogue, although their meaning is unlike. But as the synagogue has for ages past been the seat of learning, we have come to call it schule, or, in other words a school. And ?what two greater virtues than learning and prayer can one wish to find in the house of God. When all Europe was shrouded in dark ness, ignorance, and bigotry, and even the crowned neads were unaoie to write tneir own names, the humblest of Israel's sons were versed in the Bible and therefore not illiterate. When priests could with great difficulty read their prayers, there were Hebrew scholars who translated the Talmud and created philosophical wrorks. Even when the rack and fagot did their murderous work, the shule was filled with scholars. That 'tis godly to learn has been instilled in every mind, and the place -it herein one learns is blest. Why in those dark ages did the Jew flourish ? Why did his ships dot the harbor of every port, and why did t...
Charitable Funds for Jerusalem. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
Charitable Funds for Jerusalem. The great aim and object of all who would raise the status of of the Jewish population, as well as use their best endeavours to fulfil their destiny, by striving to bring about the promised restoration of the Land to the People, is to found colonies, establish manufactures, and promote industrial pursuits, but this must of necessity be a very slow progress. Con sequently the truth of the old saw, ' that while the grass grows, the steed starves, ' is fully realized in the unhappy condition of those who are to be the medium of carrying out the above-named laudible desires. The Jewish population of Jerusalem is now larger than at any time since the dispersion, reaching 20,000, Of these, many are forced to depend for exis tence on the benevolence of their brefchren-in faith. At the same time, it must be remem bered that the character of these unfortunate people differs materially from that of their predecessors At one time only the helpless flocked to Jer...
Views of Parisian Jews. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
Views of Parisian Jews. The Paris correspondent of the Baifo News says :— M. Reinach and many other Jews here look on Zionism as a trap laid by anti-Semites. They say that Dr. Stocker and M. Drumont will be able to say : li What did we tell you ?' The French Jews do not like to be considered a a distinct race. By French Jews, I mean all West of Lorraine, for Jewish particularism is strong in that province. No doubt there was, they say, a Jewish race which solidified into a nation, as there was a Celtic race and an Iberian race, but the ethnic link is disappearing. Titus destroyed Jewish nationality in destroy ing Jerusalem and dispersing the Jews. The Grand Rabbin of France offered prayers of thanksgiving for the Franco -Russian Alliance, and prayed for the welfare and pros perity of Russia. On the occasion, a portion of the Hallel was sung. We could have no stronger proof than this that the French Jews are, as far as nationality is concerned, thoroughly merged with their fellow- ci...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
The marriage of Miss May Goldberg, of London, to Mr. Samuel Solomon, of Gundagai, was celebrated' at the residence of Mr. J. Jacobs, Surry Hills, on Tuesday afternoon last. The unterferers were Mr. and Mrs. Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacobs. The Rev. Isidor Bramson performed the ceremony in Yiddish (the first wedding performed by Mr. Bramson in the colonv\ The address was well chosen, the textbei no- based on Abraham sending his son Isaac to Laban, as showing anxiety to keep the faith pure. The new Chuppa of purple plush adorned with the shield of David, was the work of Mrs. Nathan Jacobs. At the repast the health of the bride and bridegroom was proposed by the Rev. I. Bramson, and suitably responded to. On Wednesday afternoon, March 2, at the residence of the bride' parents, 56 Dowfiing-street, Paddington, by the Rev. A. B. Davis, assisted by the Rev. A. D. Wolinski, Henry Hymann. Esq.. post and telegraph, master at Enngonia, eldest son of Robert Hymann Esq., J.P., of Barringun, N...
Rabbi L. Weiss. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
Rabbi L. Weiss. It is only a few months since Eabbi L. Weiss was elected minister of the Har Sinai Congregation of Trenton, JST.J., and he has already done such good work that the Minis terial Union of that city, composed of Christian divines, recently invited him to deliver an address before that bedy. The Star Gaz ette,'m reporting it, says : — ' The address before the Ministerial Union yesterday morning was made by Rabbi- L. Weiss, who proved himself a well-informed theologian. He answered the questions of a number of the ministers present with a readi ness that won the admiration of all; and when, as they sometimes did, the questions promised to raise a controversy, the rabbi said he would refer the questioner to his book, ' Some Burning Questions,' and positively refused to be led into controversy that involved questions of faith.' Rabbi Weiss is earning golden opinions and is doing the very character of work which causes the Jews in general, as well as their rabbis, to be resp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
Established ]857. I WOOD & COMPANY, Funeral Directors and Fmbalmers, CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS j Business Establishment: Sydney (Head Office)— 810 GEORGE ST., SOUTH, Between Christ Church & Savings Bank Town Office & Livery Stables : 150 CASTLEREAGH ST. - I73ELIZABKTH ST. $ ITY Sydney— 185 GEORGE ST. West Next St. Barnabas Church Balmain N— 238 DARLING ST. Near Oddfellows' Hall. Balmain S (Rozf.lle) — Corner WESTON RD. & EVANS ST. Petersham — 6 NEW CANTERBURY RD. Opposite Police Station. North Sydney— 76 WALKER STREET, Next E,S. & A.C. Bank. Leichhardt— 7 NORTON ST. Near Pavramatta Road. Telephone Ncs 726 ' j 1524 ' ?- V ! 632 ! 5 Balmain 5 Balnain . 22 Petersham 9 North^ Sydney. 40p etersham Ryde— Parkes St., (near Council Chambers).
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
jTDSj ty 'U£O RUM, a Special Line for the coming season. 45/ (net) dozen. H. Hockings, & Co, opposite G.P O Pitt Street, Sydney. ' ' ' The Help in Need Society' hold their first Purim Dance on Tuesday next. The tickets are a shilling each and a large number are being bought merely to assist the Society. ?.- ? . Mr. Abe Emanuel has left Brisbane for Perth, (W.A.) where he has received a responsible appointment. ? ?? Miss Sylvia Blackstone has returned to Sydney and is resuming her musical studies.
The Remedies of Knowledge and Esteem. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
The Remedies of Knowledge and Esteem. Is it not time that an order of men, or at least a disposition of thought, should be formed with the express purpose of repressing baneful animosities 1 Jt is the professed aim of all re ligious societies, but they cannot be congratu lated on their succees in attainment, or even to any great extent on the earnestness of their endeavour. The inner life of the pious brother hoods is often divided by bitter dissension about such matters as the position ot candies on the | altar. When professors of religion realise that the love of man is to be encouraged as much as the fear of God, their mission may become more fruitful. They will not teach us to pass over offences against the moral law with effeminate indulgence, but they will preach respect for truth, unfettered courage and diligence in seek ing and asserting it ; and they will enveigh against those poisoners who infect the wells of national thought with venomous lies. They will form men of good-...
Telephone to Cheer Up Patients. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 4 March 1898
Telephone to Cheer Up Patients. The very nevrest use for the greatest inven tion of ' Wizard' Edison is a new one. By the side of every patient in the pavilion hospitals in Paris there will be put a telephone connected with the office of the hospital superintendent. As everybody who has visited a public hospital is aware, the friends of patients are admitted to see them only for a few hours on certain days ; and in the case where the patient is an inmate of an infectious disease hospital, the friends of the patient are never admitted, even though the patient is out of danger. The reasons for keeping out tne irienas oi patients are or course obvious But while these rules are necessary they are nevertheless cruel to patients and and friends. The introduction of the telephone by the bedside of every patient will be wel comed with joy. In this manner a patient may converse with friends at home or in the nearest drug store with absolute freedom. There will be no interference with the hos...
Sydney Motzo Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 March 1898
Sydney Motzo Association. Our representative was conducted over the works in connection with the Association by Mr, Jacob Can tor; who very courteously explained the various pro cesses, whereby the perfect motzos, cakes, &c. supplied are completed. A detail account of the visit will be published in our next issue. Mr. U. Wolinski, Perth, son of the Rev. A. D, Wolinski, clerk at the Railway Accountants Office, has been promoted to the Paymaster's Office. Miss Addie Conyers, who has been earning golden opinions in Sydney, is not generally known as a Jewess. Miss Hyman is her real name, and she belongs to a Jewish family at Brighton. Miss Conyers is a great favourite.
The Sydney Kosher Butchery. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 March 1898
The Sydney Kosher Butchery. The new premises for the Company at 527 George street Sydney, have been well fitted by Mr. David Aaron of 26 Abercrombie-street, and nothing appears to have been neglected in the completeness of the arrangements. Messrs. Smith and Greer, Redfern street Redfern have made three carts at their Defiance Works. Seventeen applcations have been made for the position of working manager, and an opportunity of selecting a first-class man is available. The Rev. A. D. Wolinski is the Schocat. The Directors hope to be ready for business on Monday. .
Death of Rabbi Diskin. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 March 1898
Death of Rabbi Diskin. It is with sorrow and regret, that we learn from the ' Hazefirah ' Jewish paper of Warsaw, Poland of the Chief Rabbi Joshua Leyb Diskin at Jerusalem on the 28th of January 1898. Rabbi Diskin was born in 'Lomya' Russia Poland and held the position of Chief Rabbi in Lublin and then for many years in his native place, Lomya and afterwards in Brisk, which place he left to take the high position of Chief Rabbi or Rosh Toshevo in the Jewish Rabbinical College of Palestine and this position he held till the time of his death. Rabbi Diskin was considered by all Jewish scholars as the greatest living authority upon Judaism of his time and he was a man well liked, and greatly respected by all who had the good fortune to know him. . rraaun rranwD obi roan by bin
God Knows. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 March 1898
God Knows. O heart that aches and bleeds and breaks ! God knows the measure of thy woes ; He on himself thy burden takes, .. And shields thee from the heaviest blows, .i Though other eyes be dull anil blind ' ? ' To note the sorrows Thou dost bear, He sees whose eyes are very kind, . And all thy prayers is swift to hear. -; Though dark the clouds above thy head, The heavens beyond are full of light ; Dismiss thy fear, suppress thy dread, For thee the days shall yet be bright. — E. E. H.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 March 1898
The latest thing in the way of social entertainment is reported from the Black Hills, where ladies in the first circles provide thier guests to 5 o'clock tea with a gold pan and invite them down to the running brook to prospect. At a recent function of this sort one lady took out 2 dollars worth of gold, it being a bargain day. Queen Victoria's surname is Wettin by marriage, but an expert in genealogy says that by birth she is an Este rather than a Geulph. She has claim5? also as Fitz-Alan, Plantagenet, Tudor and Stuart. It is a wise queen that knows her own surname. The Queen of Italy is almost as thoroughly con versant with German, French, English, and Spanish as she is with her own Italian, besides being both a Latin and a Greek scholar, and she is so fond of Shakes peare that she has written for her own use a little book on his heroines. The author of a book entitled ' How to Get Rich ' was imprisoned for debt in the Ludlow Street jail, New York, last week. There are multitudes ...
Presentation to the Johannesburg Congation. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 11 March 1898
Presentation to the Johannesburg Con = gat ion. Mr. Woolf Joel, who is leaving London for South Africa, is taking with him, a valuable gift from his firm to the New Synagogue in Johannesburg. The gift consist of a Sepher Torah with complete appurtenances. The mantle is of dark green velvet and is richly embroidered in gold. In the centre is a handsomely worked raised crown, under which are the words ?DlUtf) b$ VnV} a shield of David, and the initial wurus 01 i«c a en v^oiniiiauunienis. in lieu OI tne bells there is a massive'erown, silver gilt, and the plate and Yod are also silver gilt. Every article has been made b y Jewish hands ; even the ebonised handles of the sepher were turned by a Jew. On the plate is an inscription recording that the gift was ' Presented by Messrs. Barnato Brothers in loving memory of Barnett Isaac Barnett, who departed this life 14th June, 1897 — Sivan 14th, 5657.' All the work has been carried out under the supervision of Mr. H. J. Phillips, Assistant Se...