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Correspondence. OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
Correspondence* OPEN COLUMN. All letters sent to the Editor must be written on one side of the paper only, and must be accompanied by the writer's name. This need not necessarily be for publication, except in such cases as involve questions of a personal character. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or even approve of, the opinions expressed by our correspondents, but we wish, in a spirit of fair play, to permit, within certain necessary limits, free discussion. The return Pof M. S.S. either accepted or rejected is not guaranteed.
"Chevra Machixikey Anicm." (SUPPORTORS OF THE POOR ). [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
' CJievra Macliixikey Aniem' ( SUPPORTORS OF THE POOR ). -'If there be with thee a poor man, one of thy bre thren, thou shalt surely open thine hand unto him and shall send him sufficiently for his need. — Deut. 15, 7-8. The Committee beg respectfully to lay the claims of ?this Society before their co-religionists, with the object of iustifying its appeal for sympathy and support. The Society is not intended to overlap the good work of the Sydney Jewish Aid Society, but to assist a.' very large class of our people the older institution, from its construction, is unable to reach. There are an our midst hundreds of poor Jews too respectable and self-reliant to receive charity, and yet are without ?me ins to gain an honest liveli ood for themselves and 'families. These are the people we seek to aid. Loans of \ small sums up to ^'1 will be granted without delay to ' '.^enable the borrower to purchase goods for ready'sale. No interest will be charged, and the repayments can ^''.jcover a ...
VICTORIA HOSPITAL FOR INFANTS AND SICK CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
VICTORIA HOSPITAL FOR INFANTS AND j SICK CHILDREN. /This institution at Bellevue-street, Strawberry Hills, has now been in existence some four years, and is at present greatly in need of funds to carry on its good work. It has never yet appealed to the public for assistance, DUt, owing to cne siam oi inc unaiiues, many deserving applications have to be refused. It has been thought advisable to hold a Garden Fete in its aid. With this object a meeting of ladies will be held on Tuesday, 31st inst, at 3 p.m., at the above address. At the Ball held in the Town Hall last week in aid of St.. Martha's Home, a 15-guinea Bangle (presented by Mr. Mark Foy) was awarded to Miss Curshog, who looked well as ' Portia.'
ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
Engagement. Miss Hettie Levy, of Victoria-street, Darlinghurst- daughter of Mr. S. Levy, Waterproof Manufacturer, Sydney, to Mr. L. Sonnenfield, of Messrs. Sonnenfield and Sons, Clothing Manufacturers, Sydney. The ball to take place on September 2nd, in aid of the Ladies' Aid Society, promises to be a great success. The tickets are selling rapidly. The catering is in the able hands of Mrs. Schnieder, and Boxsell's orchestra will supply the music. Miss Rosalie Harris ishon, secretary to a very energetic and experienced committee.
HEBREW MUTUAL MEDICAL AND BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
HEBREW MUTUAL MEDICAL AND BENEFIT SOCIETY. A special meeting of the above society was held on August 17, at the Synagogue Chambers, Castereagh street, for the purpose of electing a medical officer in the place of Dr. Bohrsman, resigned. There were present — S. Solomons, Esq., in the chair ; Mr. Michael Solomons, Vice-president ; Mr. D. Davis, hon. Trea surer; Mr. }. Joel, Alderman I. R. Cohen, C. Collins, J.P., C. Davis, T. Davis, B. Barnett, S. Israel, A, Cohen, S. Harris, M. Harris, S. Brodfield, J. Goldberg, E. Michael, E. F. Rheuben, G. Goldstein, N. Gold stein, J. Barnett. W. Alexander, J. Goldsmid, Lewis .Solomon, F. Marks. The election of medical officer was then proceeded with, which resulted in Dr. Arm strong, of 36 College-street,- being selected. A reso lution was carried that a letter of condolence be for warded to Mr. B. Pyke, in his recent bereavement. After' the meeting the Board of Management met, and .passed accounts and other matters The following letter has been r...
DIAMOND JUBILEE CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
DIAMOND JUBILEE CARNJVAL This. charity Show will be opened by His Excellency Lord Hampden, on Monday, September 13, when there will be a big turn out of Sydney people — fashion- able and otherwise. The public interest will be centred in the Chinese display, in which quite 1000 Celestials are expected to engage. The Hon. Mrs. Ferguson, the Hon. Miss Brand, and Lady Darley have kindly arranged to dress some of the Dolls for the stalls to benefit the funds. The Bachelors of the Australia Club will give a Ball in the Paddington Town Hall on the 13th September. The handsome sum of ;£2S8 Is. 6d. was realised by the Children's Fancy Dress Ball in aid of the Queen Victoria Home for Consumptives. Up to August 13 the donations to hand are ^'7062 Is. Id. September promises to be gay. During the race week there will be a round of gaiety. The Gymkhana Ball on the 4th September is creating considerable interest. It is under the patronage and in the presence of Lord Hampden and party and a large a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
THE milt HOTEL, KAILT, (facing the Ocean) The house has been thoroughly renovated and .S$ now in first-class order. Knowing the virtues of good liquor the Proprietress *? will dispense nothing but the leading and popular Brands of ALES, WINES, AND SPIRITS So that a man who has a 'nip' or two over night need not be afraid of a 'head' in the morning. One Visit will make you a Permanent Customer..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
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Social and General. VICE-REGAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 20 August 1897
[?] ? . » ? ? VICE-REGAL NEWS. His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Captain Ferguson and the Hon. Mrs. Ferguson, Hon. Dorothy Brand, Captain Fielding, A.D.C., have re turned from Queensland after spending a very enjoy able week. During their stay they attended the Opening of the Agricultural Show at the Exhibition, and were also entertained by the Hon. Horace Tozer, and other members of the Queensland Ministry. Admiral Bridge entertained at dinner at Admiralty House last evening Consul General Pelldram, Captain Brown, Captain Fisher, Mr. J. B. Suttor, and others. Lord Hampden and a party from Government House were the guests of Captain Fisher on the flagship Orlando on Thursday evening.
WOMAN IN THE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
WOMAN IN THE LODGE. ; Some poet, with both rhyme and reason, has per petrated the following epic : 'Though woman from our Craft we strict exclude, Let not the beauteous sex rashly conclude We love them not, or think that they'd reveal Thn«!P 5Prrpt(; fhaf wp pvi»r rinse rnnrpal. We love them fondly, and would e'en impart ( Sure of their faith ) our secrets to their heart : But we are fearful lest, if once the fair Were to our happy Lodges to repair, Both love and jealousy would quick be there, Then rivals turned — our social bonds destroyed — Farewell the pleasures now so much enjoyed.'
MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
MASONIC. Every lodge should be provided with a fire-prop safe in which to preserve its records and books. Jewels and paraphernalia, if lost or destroyed, may be replaced by others, but the records of the lod^e, which are its history, never can. In London the music hall artists have decided to petition H. R. H. the Prince of Wales to grant a warant for the formation of a Masonic Lodge to be practically confined to the music hall profession. H. T. Brickwell, and Walter Emden are among the Found ers of the Lodge. If the warrant is granted, the meet ings will beheld at theTivoli Theatre, in the Masonic Temple which is in course of construction. The Prince of Wales has been invited to place him self at the head of a movement to celebrate the centenary of a landmark in Masonic history, which 1 will occur in 1898. In Melbourne it has been proposed and carried that; application be made to form a Grand Lodge of Mark Masters for Victoria. Lord Brassev' fi-ovfinmr of Victoria., was Ifl,f3t; ws...
Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
Qlok0 -mi- Commtnfa. ? »*=&=9*m=&*&r--K ? Teachers urgently wanted for sabbath school — any of the teachers will explain the duties, -on a visit to the schools. Mr. Moritz Gotthelf re-elected president of the Synagogue It appears likely by the nominations, that ;some new members will be elected to the ?Committee of Management. The alterations to the Laws were really mere legal quibbles in most cases. A large and enthusiastic attendance is an ticipated for the Annual Meeting. What is the President's surprise scheme ? Mr. A. Eogalsky would have the shool seat rents placed on more commercial lines. They ?are at least 25 per cent higher than any Church in Sydney. No use charging high seat rents and being ?unable to collect them. Why not seats at £1 1 0 per annum for those who cannot afford better. Is it the members or the money the Synagogue requires. . Don't forget our open column- — if you have a matter to ventilate. I Have you notified us that you are a Sub sc...
JEWISH CALENDAR. 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
JEWISH CALENDAR. 1897. Rosh Hodesh Elul ? Sunday, August 29 5658. Rosh Hashonah ? Monday, Sept. 27 Fast of Gedaliah .......... Wednesday, Sept. 29 Yom Kipper ? Wednesday, Oct. 6 1st day Succoth ? Monday, Oct. 11 Shemini Atzereth ? ?'.,. .... Monday, Oct. 18 Simcath Torah ? ...... Tuesday, Oct. 19 Rosh Hodesh Heshvan ....... Wednesday, Oct. 27 Rosh Hodesh Kislev ? Friday, Nov. 26 Hanuckah ? Monday, Dec. 20 Tebeth ? -... Sunday, Dec. 26
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
CUT THIS OUT ^affl^sif 'fSfhe jfebrew jftcmdard of Sj^trala&ia/' . . APPLICATION FORM To MUSSES. HARRIS Sf SON, Printers and Publishers, 249 George St., (facing Bridge-st.) , Sydney. Please enrol my name on the list of Subscribers to The Hebrew Standard, and post the journal for twelve months from this date. Enclosed please find the sum of Ten Shillings and Six Pence, covering one year's sub scription. Name ? ? _ Address ; : ? _ ? ? Addresses of Friends in your District likely to be Subscribers 'will be gratefully acknowledged, Printed and Published by the Proprietors, Harris and Son, at their Office, 249 George Street, Sydney.
THE JEWISH YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
THE JEWISH YOUNG MEN'S ASSO CIATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. Sir. — Under the above heading a letter ap peared in your columns last week re the for mation of a Jewish Social Club. As the organiser of the ' Almack' Jewish Social Club, I would like, with your permission, to point out that the above club— which is strictly confined to members of the Jewish faith — has held regular fortnightly meetings for the past three months, and has been the means, I am pleased to say, of bringing the young Jewish people in closer social contact with each other. Still, although so successful, I do not consider that a social club — even if joined to the Literary and Debating Society, would fulfil the proper function of a Jewish Young Men's Association What is required is an association on the lines of the English ones. An influential and representative committee would be neces sary to ensure its becoming a permanent success. Then a reading room and library (with access to books of speci...
ENQUIRY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
ENQUIRY COLUMN. ( Replies may be addressed to the Editor marked ' Enquiry. ' ) An experienced and trained Chazan seeks engagement in city or suburbs for the ensuing holidays Would visit the other colonies if with a prospect. Partner with capital to join an experienced auctioneer, valuator, and accountant, to finance a large wholesale import and export produce business. Sydney references on application. A Sephar Torah for sale, the property of a widow lady in need of funds. This is an op portunity for a small congregation, and ifc is to be sold at a low price. Brethren, strengthen the fraternal bonds. Do not permit anything whatever to separate you from one another. Life is a continuous battle, and to have to fight this battle alone is a sad contemplation Hand to hand I greet you as a brother. What a volume is contained in that expression. Keep alive the bond of human love by bearing and forbearing one with another: It is a painful reflection to behold ihe spirit of separation at wor...
THE IMPERIAL PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
THE IMPERIAL PHYSICIAN. When Francis the First was a prisoner of Charles the Fifth he was taken ill, and finding himself getting worse, requested the attendance of a Hebrew physician. Though Jewish doctors were learned and in a high favour. Charles was anxious to send him a baptised Jew ; but the king of France refused, saying to the Emperor : ' If the physician you refer me to was truly a man of science, he would have had no occasion to convert himself, to make his way.' The Rev. A. B. Davis has favored us with a copy of ' Young Israel,' Double Diamond Ju bilee number. We regret being unable to pub lish the review in this issue. To ensure the regular delivery of this Jour nal, and to facilitate the list of subscribers' addresses being kept correctly; please send in your name and address at your first con* venience.
LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897
LUCK. Luck pictures a dollar, while work earns it. Luck dreams of a home, but work builds one. ' Hard Luck is almost a synonym for laziness. Good Luck is the twin brother of hard work. Luck walks while work rides in a carriage. To trust to luck is like fishing with a hookless line. Luck is a disease for which hard work is the only remedy. Luck longs for a dinner, while labour gfoes out and earns one. Luck goes barefooted, while work never lacks for a pair of shoes. Luck is a weathervane with the distinguishing points broken off. The man who relies on luck is lucky if he keeps out of the poor house. Luck takes a nap while brains and hard work are winning the prizes.