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Weird Warnings. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
Weird Warnings. We alluded to a flaming sword alleged to have been seen, according to the New York World, in the sky over New York arid served that journal as a peg on which to hang a whole, page (with illustrations) on portents generally,: and particularly on those supposed to precede the outbreak of war. Alas ! for the New York' World, this sensational article has caught the attention of the unsympathetic rationalists, and they have furnished the true facts as to the' ''.flaming sword.' The phenomen was due to prosaic Government; practice with & new electric, signalling apparatus. Needless to say that the Now York World did not see its way to pub lish these matter of fact explanations. Rival papers, however, jumped at it, and have been exceedingly merry at the World's expense. — V Jewish World.', ;
The Angel that should Guide Us. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
The Angel that should Guide Us, An angel is the purest image that the religious idea conceives; therefore, it is described in Scriptures that «ven when evil is sent by God it is delivered by angels indicating that it is but heavenly justice that such evil should befall the wicked, and furthermore, that even with the severest visitations, an angel was to punish misdeeds, who has still some lovely attributes to palli ate the wound incurred. '. In the reading of the Torah section, a chapter as beautiful as the sweetest fancy could conceive and the fondest reality comprehend is revealed. If the Bible in all its pages with the, manifold laws so logically and reasonably formed, had — besides the imperishable decalogue — bnt these chapters, Exodus 21, 22, 23 to guide our- religious life, -the .book is worth to prize it, to cherish it, to raise it up high. The Ten Words of Sinaic revelation were given to Israel as the foundation of a religion that should pro tnote the highest virtue and str...
The Pope and Anti-Semitism. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
The Pope and Anti=Semitism. It is ?state& in J German newspapers on what . . th ey suppose to b 'i good authority that1 Prince Bishop Kopp of Breslau was ~ called to. :, Rome ' by Pope Leo to consult with him ?. on the Encyclical under' mnsideration by the: Pope to express his objections to the* anti-T Semetic corruption in the poM tics of, various countries. Like the arch-bishops of Vienna, and Prague, Princa-Bi-hop Kopp, when he was yet in Fu da, presented this vexatious question and his opinion on the subject to Pope Leo XIII., but no d(c;s;ve' ac-ioii was taken 'on it. It is reported as paid' that 'this, wilt be done now. It is the lower-r-we were going to say the lowest — clergy of the hierarchy that gave aid and confort to the politicians of .the ant i- iSemetic type. If = the Pope can discipline them, he willdo as great a favour ; to J tlie: Catholic Church as to the persecuted Jews. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
Australian Mutual Provident Society Established 1849. . Is the Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assurance Society in the Australasian Colonies. 'Invented Funds Fourteen and a half Millions Sterling. . Annual Income Exceeds Two Millions. The Australian Mutual Provident Sosiety is the Only Australasian Mutual Life Office which Declares a BONOS EVERY YEAE. Amount D viled for 1897 (after making unusally 'arge reserves) was £445,235 Directors: The Hon. Sir J. P. ABBOTT, K.C.M.G., MX A., Chairman ]J AMES R. HILL, Esq., Deputy Chairman ; THOMAS LITTLEJOHN, Esq. ; A. W. MEEKS, E-q. ; BENJAMIN SHORT. Esq. ; J. T.WALKER, Fs .; and JOSEPH ABBOT I1, 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 MOST RELIABLE MAKES IN cj$lMsW»'^t&- op ojesoi:cie iDJEissQ-Bar BEST BWE-FRAME BRUSSELS CARPET 4s 3d. per yard. Floorcloths of Every Description. Linol...
ZIONIST CONFERENCE. COLONEL GOLDSMID'S ADDRESS (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
ZIONIST CONFERENCE. COLONEL GOLDSMID'3 ADDEES3 ? ' ? (Continued.) V, f';'It has been urged by Gornethat there is' some thing sordid and uniomantic in the idea of *?! PURCHASING THE LAND OF PROMISE ' -from its present owners. To me it appears a 'distinct advance in the right direction. Eve » If it were possible to dispossess the present 'Owners by force, would it be just to do su1? Such ^course, as the history ot tne worm nas snown ?Tis repeatedly, can only have one result; and :that is a heritage of hate. Our ancestor Abra ham, purchased Macpelah, although the land %as promised to him and his seed, and his doing so was not laid to his charge as want of faith. We need hot fear to follow his example ?? I will not touch father oa the National Idea, %s that veteran Zionist, my esteemed, friend Dr ?'Hirsch, will address us on the subject. ^ The ''programme we have before us gives promise of a rare intellectual treat. Colonel Gonder,R E . i&'tian- whom no greater authority on Pale...
New Zealand News. MISS MILLIE JACOBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
New Zealand News. MISS MILLIE JACOBS.' ' ?' ' We understand that Miss Milly Jacobs, who has attained considerable local prominence as a soprano vocalist, has, on the advice of her friends determined to pursue her musical studies in Australia, It had been decided by the musical profession to tender her a£com plimentary concert prior to her departure. The matter is in good hands, and the support accorded ? has been very encouraging. We cordially wish the talented young lady every success, and feel sure she will uphold the good opinions expressed by the local musicians.
Chevra Kedisha [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
Chevra Kedisha, At the meeting on Sunday, the Rev. A. B. Davis expressed his regret that not more active work was being done by the'' Chevra K6disha'. There is surely something at fault when out of such a large number of volunteers only' 'three '?gentle*men~^i'ea;lly*'^^nd'*'w'lre'n1 ' called upon, making such a conrast to the Ladies who work so well for their branch. The Chevra seems to lack -enthusiasm, an tr will take a lot of work to arouse it. At present . the members- do not 'see the reforms that the Chevra Keclislia was. supposed to shortly; bring; into existence. Judging by Mi\ Rogalsky'^. remarks there are a number of matters that? will b3 laid before the next general meeting, for consideration; If the meetings were not so few, and the work of the . Chevra more,, particularly enunciated the regrets ;at the lack of practical interest would not require repiti.r tioo If thoughtfully controlled an army of1 70 subscribing. members should be a force in a' : good cause with which ...
Prominent Jews. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
' Prominent Jews. |k When it is considered what a very small pro portion they bear to the population of Western Europe it is surprising to see what a prominent part the Jews have recently assumed in sucli widely divergent fields of art and thoughts as ghess playing, acting,; medicine, poetry, political economy, music, metaphy&ics, science and finance. Disraeli,, the famous novelist and prime . minister of England, himself of Jewish , r,ace, once said. ' Every great genuis should be a Jew or of Jewish descent/' Cesare Lom broso, also a Jew, in his 'Men of genius,' publishes a table to show that proportionately the Jews have' 71 great musicians to 11 camong the Europeans, 23 philologists to 13 ^Europeans, 36 poets to 20. Europeans, 43 mer chants to 12 Europeans, and 3 i actors to 20 Europeans. . : . Mendelssohn Bartholdy,'one of the greatest composers of all limes, was born in Berlin, of, Jewish parents. He wrote the celebrated over- \ tyre to the ' Midsummer Night's Dream ' a...
More Enthusiasm Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
More Enthusiasm Wanted. The encouragement of the young men to ; the communityv: to'; take, an active interest in ; commuual work is at present of a kind that | borders upon the opposite extreme. Recently 'the Rev. A. B. Davis lectured on the subject, ; but little move has been made in the direction :he, outlined, although we do cot agree that ! iliese would be the most desirable means to an ' end. But when young men do come forward and give their time and money some recog inition. should be extended, and thereby en couragement given to others. It is quite witliln the recollection of a large number that when a well-known/ gentleman took the matters of the titerary and Social Clubs in hand (not mentioning the greater communal works) that a large share of prosperity waited on his efforts ; but of late he has dropped \ x\t, and with him the existence of the Societies he supported. A worker in another direction is Mr. N. Rapken, and unless a move is made to take advantage of these worker...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
We wish it to be known that there, is one house in Sydney where Kosher Wine and Spirits can be obtained. Call on H. HockiNGS & Co., opposite the G.P.O., Pitt-street, who import all their Foreign Wines and Spirits. Specialty. Old Australian Wines. TO LET. QPLENDID SHOP and DWELLING PREMISES, )O Best Stand for Pawnbroker's Business in large Suburb. Rent, 30s. Particulars, A. B., Office of this Joui'nal. TAILOB AND HABIT MAKBE; 49 O^TIiEKEHGP 3¥REBf, (Between King-st. & TTotel Australia.) LADIES COSTUMES, LIVERIES, 4' UNIFORM? INSPECTION INVITED. ; . TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Prop lietors of tins Journal we»*e not connected, with any of tlie Hebrew news pipera previously issued in Sydney. [?] Hew Zealand Insurance Company; FIRE AND MARINE. SuTjscrited Capital - .£100 0000 Paid up Oapital & Bgservcs o643S,l90§ WOOL INSURED from Sheeps back to London. FIRE INSURANCE EFFECTED on every description of property at lowest current rates. : New South Wales Branch 181 Pitt S...
MR E. M. SANDSTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
? 'MR E4 M, SANDSTEIN. , . We have previously referred to the great success attained by Mr. Alfred Sandstein, (fourth son of Mr.' M. Saridstein* of Christ church)in his medical studies at Edinburgh University, where he secured the highest hon piirs and where lie will shortly complete his studies, in ews nas now peen receiyea or the success of another of Mr, Sandstein's sons, JMr. Ernest M. Sandstein, who will be doubtless remembered in Christcnurch musical circles. He left for England spnie f oiir years ago to study the eye, and by the mail to hand advices were received that lie has successfully passed the examination of the British Optical Association and gained a diploma. It is gratifying to find our young men gaming such distinction in the Old Land. . ? The young gentlemen above referred to'are nephews of Mrs. S. D. Nathan, 236 Bridge Eoad, Porest Lodge. For Printing in all branches, Bookbinding', etc., send for estimates to Harris and Son, 249 George-street' Sydney. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
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Dr. Sonneschein's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
, Dr. Sonneschein's Letter. Betweeii the 'Scy%' of the Zola Dreyfus trial and the ' Charybdis ' of, the terrible Maine calamity I stand aghast. I feel with the acutest pain the.roeking and reeking tumult of revolting -thought and* racing sentiment, when lofcejd to grapple with all the dastard possibili ties of the inferno behind I $ie scene of these tragedies in the old Wtirld anti the new. And amidst all this ghastly conflict between despair-^nd faith I recur to the old loyalbelief : ' That the judgement is Obd's ! ' The drama of humanity is safe in the hands and under the staging of -its- -Divine -Author f and we- who -are jjjs actors as well as its critics, will not shrink frono do:ng oue duty to the very end. In just . such a frame of mind I wrote the following lines, which I think are worth while repeating MY DOUBT AND MY TBUST. .. , Pray, is it not an idle task For foolish man to idly ask ? ? ' ? The questions : Whence ? ani whither ? .; . . y ???-? .; Surely, it were the wise...
The Feast of Weeks. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
The Feast of Weeks. 1 The important Sedras read during the Feast of Weeks will be listened to throughout the world with as great an amount of fervour as(:inthe days of old. We dare not attempt to picture the time when these commands were iirst given to the Israelites, nor may we at this clay hope i o realise the tremendous awe the sight of the law-giver inspired when he descended with the tablets. It is left for us to day to assemble in the Synagogue and endeavor to strengthen our spiritual beings against the buffetting of the outer world, and determine to comprehend with stronger purpose that it is a simple matter to live an honest Jew., When we consider the many advantages at present falling to our lot, and contrast these with the terrors with which the Jews are visited in oth^r parts of the world, we must, be very hardened it we do not make a better attempt to live up. to the. commandments. _ Unfortnnately there are a great number of our co-religionists who cannoi owing to their ...
AROUND THE WORLD. SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
AROUND THE WORLD/ SOUTH AFRICA. Mr. M. Eilenberg,, a prominent member of the committee of the Capetown 'i Hebrew Con gregation, and of the Hebrew Public School, leaves at the end of March on an extended tour through Australia, America -and Europe. He,: will be accompanied by Mrs.' Eilenberg, the active Vice-President of the Jewish Ladies' Association, who has been presented wltii a beautiful farewell token' of regard in the shape of a handsome silver jewel case , by the.j20.mr. mittee of the Association. Mr. S. £ Joel, brother of the late Mr. Woolf Joel, and Mrs. Joel, has sailed for England by the Briton. Both were in Capetown waiting to depart by the mail when the awful news of Mr. Woolf Joel's murder arrived. Let me repeat,' once more the warning to would-be emigrants to South Africa to stay were they are unless they are skilled mechanics or have situations awaiting them on this side, there is just now a glut of labour all over South Africa, and in Capetown the Jewish philan thro...
NOTES AND COMMENTS God Save the Queen! [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 May 1898
NOTES . ANI3:;;:;:COMMiiriS I God; Save the Queen ! Owing io our publishing date falling on ! the First day of Shevouth, we have issued this Journal twenty-four hours in advance This arrangement has upset our usual p'ans.: ' ? The Rev. A. B. Davis rendered an excellent tribute to the memory of the. late Mr. Glad stone during the s?rmon last Sabbath. It is classed as the best heard in Sydney. A grand Benefit Concert, tendered to the Widow and Six Children of the late Mr. Jacob Epstein, who were left totally unpro vided for, will be held in the Manchester Unity Hall, Castlereagh-street, on June 10th, 1898. Love'ock and Dent's Juvenile Minstrels have volunteered their services. Mr. L. Cohen, is Hon. Secretary, Mr. W. Granger, Hon. Treasurer. Tickets are Is. each. Mr. S. Joseph, proprietor of the leading Tamworth newspaper, was on a visit to Sydney. Mr. Alfred Shackel, of Grenfell, has with his customary generosity forwarded to Mr. Ooleman P. Hyman a cheque to cover the whole of the pas...