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JEWISH MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
JEWISH teRRlkQES. ? T ? — — The Rev. A. B. Davis, oh. the first. day of the Passover, delivered a sermon which came as a very acceptable departure from the solidly clerical a scourse. In part, he feared that an insufficient number of marriages had taken place within the pale, and too many without. Naturally, he advocated that the correct course for Jewish young people was to marry co religionists, and anticipated the objections that were, erected as a bar to the consummation of that biiss ' so devoutedly to be wished for,' if ' the community is to progress. He contended that 'all the virtues possible under our present civilisation were to be found in the persons of the many Jewesses who were attached to' the congregation. They were, !he asserted, from a long experience of them, good house-keepers, ? frugal, and less addicted to the extravagance of display than were the daughters of 'their neighbours ; still he found the young men of their Faith, when asked why they did not eeek thes...
Light on the Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
Light on the Mystery. The Brussels Soir, a usually well-informed journal, has given to the world what, if true, would be a piece of information of the first importance. ' The truth of the Dreyfus affair is an open secret (un secret de polichinelle) throughout the diplomatic world, l here is not an nmuassy in cuiu^c -»»'--» *- not fully acquainted with all the details of the documents and personages. First as to the phrase - cette canaille de D.1 This « D.' was never intended for the first letter of Dreyfus, nor does it indicate the resturant-keeper Durand. ' D ' is known. His name occurs in every letter in a voluminous correspondence exchanged with M. Panizzardi, who knows the author of the ' bordereau.' He has for many years past been in communication with German and Russian agents. He was employed as a spy for the French Government as well as for Foreign Towers. There exist at Berlin not one but ten 'bordereaux' all written in precisely the same handwriting as that which caused th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
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AROUND THE WORLD. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
AROUND THE WORLD. From our Exchanges. ENGLAND. Mr. S. H. Goldscbmidt, president of the Alliance Israelite Universelle, died in Paris on Monday, Februuary 28th. Deceased was in his eighty-fourth year. He was at one time a member of the well known firm of Bicshoffsheimer and Goldschmidt, of London. Baroness de Hirsch is now engaged in organizing the establishment of a loan institution in Budapest, which will make small shopkeepers and manufacturers a temporary advance, free of interest, to enable them to tide over momentary embarrassments. Repayments will be facilitated by means of a series of reimburse ments spread over an extended period. She has also sent a considerable sum to Bombay, toward relieving the distress among the Bene Israel by the plague and famine.
Special List of Donations [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
Special List of Donations Towards liquidating the overdraft on the Synagogue as read on Wednesday last : — Mr. A. Kodonsky ... ... 10 0 0 Justice Cohen ... ... 5 5 0 M. Gotthelf ... ... 5 0 0 Mrs, E. M. E. Eosenthal ... 5 0 9 Mr. Hy. Cohen (Newtown) ... 5 0 0 N. Eapken ... ..500 Eev. A. B. Davis ... ... 3 3 0 Mr. David Nathan ... ... 3 3 0 Jos. A. Levy ... ... 2 2 0 F. Levien ... ... 2 2 0 G.Nettheim ... ... 2 2 0 H. Morwitch ... ... 2 2 0 Samuel Cohen ' ... .... 2 2 0 H. Ahronson ... ... 2 2 0 . Miss K. S. Brown ... ... 2 2 0 Mr. Samuel S. Cohen (Newcastle)... 2 2 0 Isaac Myers ... ... 2 2 0 ' A Friend' .. ... 2 2 0 Mr. L. D. Phillips ... ... 2 2 0 H. Salenger (Bourke) ... 2 2 0 M. G-. Eosenthal ... ... 1 1 0 S. Goldberg ... ... 1 1 0 A. Solomon ... ..110 L.Abrahams ... ... 110 'W TtriianVi .-' 1 n A 'Conscience' .. ... 10 0 Mrs. L. W. Levyjforwarded her cheque for £100. GBNEEAL FUND. Mr. Justice Cohen ... ... 5 5 0 Gt, J. Cohen ... ... 5 0 0 Montague Marks ... ..220 S. L. Bensusan...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
INDIA. News has reached England of the death at the early age of twenty-six of Corporal B. Myers, of the 2nd Lancashire Regiment, stationed at Lucknow. Born at Liverpool, and the son of the Rev. J. Myers, he entered the army four years ago. Through his dili gence and attention to duty he attained the rank of corporal in a short time. When stationed at Aldershot and Gibraltar, the deceased never absented himself from the religious services, and in Gibraltar he also taught in the Jewish schools. On his regiment being ordered to Bombay, Corporal Myers travelled twice from Thayetim to Rangoon (a distance of 300 miles) so as to be able to spend Passover) and the New Year and Kippur, among his co-religionists.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
The excitement of Alaska caused many a person to venture away from his home, leaving possible opportunities behind, and go into that chilly country in quest of gold, making every sacrifice for the sake of Mammon. The Midas seems to have enchanted them to such cold indifference towards all loving ties that binds them to home and kindred. 'What a power of fascination money has! No hardships seem. too great, all deprivations seem to sink into insignificance in the face of the gold idea. Such is humanity in this materialistic age, not caring for anything else but for mammon. There is a beautiful illustration in the Talmud in connection with Alexander the Great, who also endeavoured to conquer the world, and when he came to a certain country he was caused to blush for his greed by a few women who taught him a beautiful lesson which is told in the Talmud Tamid 32 B., as follows : — ' Alexander, on his march through the Orient, came to a province inhabited by women, who, on his approach to...
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
TURKEY. An attempt to stir up ill-feeling against the Jews in Salonica has happily failed. An Almanack issued from the office of the Franciscans, contained a history of the Dreyfus case, and its writer sought to draw the moral that the lews are traitors. This charge gave rise to great indignation, as the Jews live on an excel lent footing with their fellow-citizens of other creeds. The Superior of the Franciscans, seeing the danger and injustice of this defamatory publication, hastened to disavow it, and he addressed to the Jewish notabilities an ample apology, in which he stated that ' the rela tions between Catholics and Jews will always have the same stamp of cordiality and fraternity as has hitherto been the case,' and rendering homage ' to the great heart which animates the Jews and their great charity, . which fills him with gratitude.'
JEWISH CALENDAR. 1898 5658 [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
JEWISH CALENDAR. 1898 SfiSS Saturday, April23 ? *New Moon, Iyar Tuesday, May 10 ? Lagh b'Omer. Sunday, May 22 ? New Moon, Sivan Friday, May 27 ? Penticost, 1st day Shabout Tuesday, June 21 ? ...*New Moon, Tamuz Thusrday, July 7 ? Fast of Tamuz. Wednesday, July 20 ? New Moon, Ab. Thursday, July 21 ? Fastof Ab. Friday, Aug. 19 ? *New Moon, Ellul. Saturday, Sep. 17 ? New Year, 5659. * Observed also preceding day. The United Insurance Co., Ltd. George and^IIvnter-st
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
ITALY. A|jveteran of the war of 1848, Signor Silvio Olper, has died in Venice at the age of 73. He was con nected with the late Rabbi Olper, whom from the pulpit of the Turin Synagogue exhorted Jewish ycung men to come to the help of the Fatherland. There was recently a conversion to Judaism in Modena. A mother, together with her young daughter who was to be married to a Jew, took their bath in the MiJcveh, and changed their original names into Naomi and Ruth respectively. The Revs. Cammeo, Laide,. and Cantoni formed the Beth Din. Last month ' parliamentary life in Italy has been signalised by several victories won by the, Minister of Finance, Signor H. E. Luzzatti, One of them, for whioh he has been honored with the special congratu lations of the King, consisted in the passing of a bill by the Chamber, by means of which the debts of the municipalities are guaranteed by the State. This step will absolve the j municipalities from the necessity of having to borrow money or., usurous ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
NOTICE. This Journal is the ONLY Jewish News paper registered for transmission l?y post in New South. Wales, and is the ONLY Jewish ilew3paper Printed in New 3outh Wales. Australian Mutual Provident Society Established 1849. Is the Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assurance Society in the Australasian Colonies. Invested Fun7s Exceed Fourteen Millions Sterling- Annual Income Exceeds Two Millions. The Australian Mutual Provident Society is the Only Australasian Mutual Life Office which Declares a BONOS EVERY YEAR. Amount Divided for 1896 (after making unusally large reserves) was £428,797. ' Directors: The Hon. Sir J. P. ABBOTT, K.C.M.G., M.L.A., Chairman; JAMES R. HILL, Esq., Deputy Chairman; JOSEPH ABBOTT, Esq. ; THOMAS LITTLEJOHN, Esq.; A. W. MEEKS, Esq.;] BENJAMIN SHORT. Esq.; and J. T. WALKER, Esq. General Manager and Actuary— RICHARD TEECE, F.I.A., F.F.A,, F.S.S. Head Office : 87 PITT STREET, SYDNEY ? ROBERT B. CAMERON, Secretary. Fashionable Furniture and Furnishings NEWEST AND ...
Baron William an Anchorite and His Wife a Society Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
Baron William an Anchorite and His Wife a Society Leader. P Baron William Rothschild, the present representative ?Of the great family of bankers in Frankfort, is a very eccentric man. He is a recluse. He lives within him self and does not seem to enjoy the society of his fellowmen. His habits are those of an anchorite. No monk of the middle ages was more scrupulous about his religious duties or more abstemious in his diet. Baron William observes all the Mosaic injunctions. fie lcLK.es niS UWIl tJOUK. dllU LUUMlIg ULCUSiiS wnciCVCl he goes, and his food is prepared according to the strictest Jewish regimen. He will never sit at the same table with a Christian nor partake of food from which a Christian has eaten. He is always very courteous and even deferential in his manners, but if he is in the same room with a Christian who is standing Baron Roths child will sit down. If the Christian s'ts down he rises. In the plain little office where he receives those who hive business with him ...
V. W. Bro. M. Pollock, J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
V. W. Bro. M. Pollock, J. P. A distinguished Mason from New Zealand, V. Wor Bro. Pollock, J. P. is at the present time on a visit to Sydney, he holds the unique position of being the old est officer in Masonry in Australasia having continuous ly held office for the past twenty-three years as Grand Treasurer of the District Grand Lodge of Westland. New Zealand, E. C. ? V. W. Bro. Pollock, is past P, Z of the Pacific Chapter 1229 E. C. and Past Mark Master Lazer Lodge No, 200. On April 6rh by Special Request V. W. Bro. Pollock visited the Cambrian Lodge of Australasia No. 656 E. C. when a special vote of thanks was pa?sed for his attendance and the help his Lodge had given to their efforts for recognition. The Kilwinning Chapter 135 S. C. passed a similar compli ment at their last meeting. Mr. Pollock is a member of the well-known firm of Pollock and Bevan, Hokitika, N. Z. they have been in business in that city for fully 30 years, and they hold a monoply of the West Coast trade being...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
NOTES AND COMMENTS. The Hagodah services at the Montefiore Home were very pleasant. It is a very worthy institution, and had many persons an adequate idea of the good work the Executive of the Home is doing, it would receive much greater and more fraternal support. no Mafrrm had a larce order in ttreoaring for over 70 guests, yet all arrangements were perfect. The president of the synagogue specially complimented Mrs. Barnett. The engagement is announced between Miss Ettie Schachtel daughter of Mrs. R. Schachtel and the late Mr. N. Schachtel of Liverpool-st., Sydney, to Mr. Percy Waxman of Mount Lyell, Tasmania, brother of Mrs. S, Harris, Park-road Sydney. Miss Schachtel is well and most favourably known in the community and has done excellent service in the Great Synagogue Choir for many years. The Bev. A. B. Davis held ' a brief ' for the Jewesses of Sydney on the first day Passover. They should not forget his championing their cause so ably. If all the engagements we hear of as '...
The London Jewish Lads' Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
The London Jewish Lads' Brigade. The parade which took place last month at- St. James' Square, Aldgate, was an event of exceptional interest to the Community. To see these smart, well drilled, well-set-up lads — some 300 in number — must- ered with professional precision by their young officers, created in the onlooker almost as much surprise as gratification. Here was an object lesson for those pessimists who think that the slouching gait and defected air of the vouths of the Tewish lower and middle classes — effects of by-gone repremis;ion and persecution— are necessarily permanent characteristics. The chief officers of the brigade, Col. Goldsmid, Major Lewis-Barned, and Capt. Cecil Sebag-Montefiore were obviously pleased with the result of the movement which they initiated, and when Col. Goldsmid, in the stentorian tones of the military parade ground, ex pressed his satisfaction in his familiar and breezy style, the large assembly of spectators heartily endorsed every word of the...
Reviews. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
Reviews. 'The Jewish Comment,' Baltimore, reaches us for the first time. It has a career of about seven years— apparently very prosperous. It claims to be the largest Jewish Journal in the world — certainly it is the most expensively produced. We welcome the exchange and thank its editor for the courtesy. ' The Light,' enlarged, revised, and even more popular occurs. Its contents are mostly printed in Yiddish — but we are unable to reprint other than from its English sheet at present. ' The Jewish Gazette,' is again to hand from New York. It justly claims its contents to be bright, in fluential and reliable — judged even from its English page. We have arranged for translations of some of its special Yiddish paragraphs. Any of our subscribers who would care to see an up-to-date Yiddish newspaper may at any time see copies of our exchanges. ' The Jewish Times and Observer1' of San Francisco h is a career d iting since 1855. The Journal publishes a weekly s nopsisof Rev Isidor Meyers a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 15 April 1898
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