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Judaism Imperiled. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 10 June 1898
Judaism Imperiled. )He breather — a wailing cry breaks on the air ; He loves — his soul with ecstasy is fraught ; He suffer? — turns to heaven, or courts despair; He dies— pray G-od he has not lived for naught !' There is little room for doubt, that if the lives of many persons could be brought up for review that the truth of the lesson 'All is vanity ' would be aptly illustrated. In years gone by the influence of Judaism upon its people was of a kind that kept them in a peace fl.nrl p.nmfort iirmossible under existing regimes. Then, all thoso matters now being dealt with as up-to date reforms were accomplished facts, and the benevolent societies springing into existing forms to-day were the work for the hearts and hands of the best, wisest and purest members of our race, who counted not the liberal donations, but earnestness as the chief factor in their work. In those days the ritual of'our faith was adhered to with a tenacity that pleasure in its fullest joy can only ensure, the y...
Rashi and the Knight. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 10 June 1898
Rashi and the Knight. The famous Godfrey of Boulogne was not ,onlya foe to the Saracens, but to the Jews as iW.ell During his inarch to Palestine he came to Worm?, where lived Rashi, whose reputa tion for learning was known in all parts of Europe and the East, Now Godfrey had ieard wondrous stories to1 d of the rabbi, and loused to see him : for as Rashi was acquain ted with the art of astrology and could read 'the future, the knight desired to have his for tune told. So garbed in the lowly attire of a peddler, he turned his steps to the rabbis abode and humbly craved admission. The evening before a strange dream befel the rabbi. It was told him in a vision of the night .that a distinguished warrior would visit him -and a wise reply would be given to the knight's question. Scarcely then, had the stranger entered ? when Rasbi arose from hid seat and, with a low obeisance, advanced toward him. '$ .=-' Welcome in God's nam-v most valiant : champion !'' spoke the rabbi. Astounded at ;th...
English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 10 June 1898
English News. Mr. Ephraim Norden has been appointed Head-master of the Stepney Jewish School in succession to the late Mr. W. Ashe Payne. The monthly meeting of the Council of the Anglo Jewish Association was held on May 1st., at Padding ton. Mr. Claude Montefiore, President, in the chair. The monthly report of the Executive Committee was read by the Secretary, from which we extract the following:— Through the good offices of Dr. W. Heinemann, Hon. Secretary of the Otago Branch, a nranrh ha«; hppn fnrmo/1 o«- AnoMnnJ TVTo... V^^i- ? i :? The Rev. B.'. A. Goldstein has remitted £9 8s, and a list of 31 members. Dr. Heinemann reports with reference to his own branch, that despite the loss of 8 members, the remittance of ^15 notified last month is V £3 in excess of that of last year, and higher than any previous contribution. The Melbourne Branch has remitted £b5, and, as according to the report of the Local Canvassing Committee, there has been a con: siderable accession of members, a l...
Fair Play. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 10 June 1898
Fair Play. No people on the face of the globe has had more reason to complain of a want of fair play than the Jew. From the earliest dawn of his history down to these, the closing hours of our century, he has been pleading and fighting for a just recognition of his rights at the hands of the world, but the world still refuses to give it to him. The world 'gives it to him' in CViJUtiivi. Ot/llOVj UJUVL UJ.XUK? JLVJWJ. UU UV XVU1 jf J * is unsparing in its criticisms of our faults and shortcomings, but all too chary in speaking in proper terms of our virtues and nobler traits. We do not want to do deifud, nor do we care to be described in terms of the devil* Ail that we crave is to be judged fairly with some eense of justice. We ask that the same treatment be measured out to us as is accorded to others. There are wrongdoers among,. ;the.^ Jews, as., there are wrongdoers among Christians. Why will our daily press still persist in tacking the name of Jew alongside the misdemeanor com mi...
Wellington and Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 10 June 1898
Wellington and Napoleon. The drawing master to Queen Victories children, a Mr. Corbould, has just published a volume of reminiscences, including his novel anecdote about the Duke of Wellington and Napoleon. 'On reaching the palace one morning the Prince of Wales showed me a drawing he had just finished. Napoleon was depicted on horseback levelling his pistol at the Duke of Wellington, who was advancing to cut down his great enemy. While I was looking at the drawing, who should come in but the Duke himself. 'Why, the very man who can best criticise my drawing,*' cried the Prince. ' Now, can you tell me who is that on the left V he went on, presenting the sketch to the Duke. 'Well,' replied the latter, deliberately, 'judging from the waistcoat and cocked hat, I should say id was uibauo lor j^ajjuieuii. xvigiiD, saiu the Prince. 'And who is the other figure?' ' By the cut of the jib,' returned the Duke, calmly, ' I should say it was myself.' * Right again. Well, now, is the drawing acc...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 10 June 1898
MARRIAGES. COHEN— KAUFMAN.— On Tuesday, May 10, at the Synagogue, Capetown (South Africa), Ernistidin;, daughter of Joseph and Perla Kaufman. Sunderland^ England, also niece of Mr. Lyonel Joseph and Mjs;. €ohent of Oxford Square, Sydney, to Mr. H. Bl Cohen, of South Africi. ? ? Silver Wedding. BORNSTEIN- CORNBLOOM.— On June 11th, 1873, at the residence of the bride's brother, Simeon Cohen, Esq., Nicholson Street, Collingwood, &nbsp; Melbourne, Victoria, by the Rev. M. Rintel, Solomon &nbsp; Bornstein, of St. Kilda, to Frances Cornbloom, third daughter of Nahum and Amelia Cornbloom, of Barnsbury, London, late of Plymouth, Devon. &nbsp; DEATHS. BARRIO— On April 1st, 1898, at 6 Moreton-street, Pimlico. S.W., Rannab, relict of the late Henry Harris, both first cousins of the late Sir George - Jessel. Deeply mourned by her sorrowing sons and daughters. God rest her dear soul. Brisbane papers please copy.
If We Live That Way. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
If We Live That Way. We can fill this world with pleasure By doing all we can, With kindly word and kindly deed, To help our fellow-man. As the sun will shins to-morrow, . Tho' clouds be dark to-day, So Joy will banish sorrow, If we live that way. There is much in being1 gladsome, , Tn feelirg hope's caress, In sharing other's burdens . '.'; With thoughtful tenderness, For the word so kindly spoken May kill despair to-day, . And heal the heart that's broken, If we live that way. How a brother's hand may guide us; From templing lure of sin, Or a pleasant smile may lead us ; Where angels enter in. If to those from sorrow bending, We give love's strength'ning ray, Then heaven may bless our ending, If we live that wa}'. — M. V. B Davis, in the 'Tee&tle Board.' Mr. Moss advertises in another column that he will be present at the first statutory meeting of the Sydney Kosher Butchery Association.
Sydney Kosher Butchery Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
Sydney Kosher Butchery Association. An informal meeting was held on Sunday at the Boardroom of the Sydney Kosher Butchery Associa tion, Goorge-street, Sydney. There was a very large attendance, and Mr. Nathan Jacobs presided. Mr. Lewis Levy, solicitor, pointed out that the dis cussion that morning was quite informal, but it would save time at the first regular meeting. He referred; to the calls on shares, and stated that it was well known that the shareholders were liable to pay the full amount of £1 per share, after which their liability ceased. Discussion ensued, in which Messrs. H. Cohen, P. ToseDh. and S. M. Steenbhom took Dart. The Secretary read a list of expenses and an infor mal report which was not available for publication. Mr. S. M. Steenbhom criticised the figures, and demonstrated that the nucleus of a good business was undoubtedly in their hands, but it required more money to carry on, and suggested several means of obtaining the necessary amounts. Messrs. J. L. Dolowi...
The United Insurance Co. Ltd., George & Hunter Sts. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
The United Insurance Go,, Ltd., George Sc Hunter Sis. They had their usual evening quarrel as they sat by the hearth. On one side lay q tritely a blinking dog and on the other a purring cat, and the old woman pleaded with her growling husband : ' Yust look at dat gat unt tog ; they never gwarrels unt fights like us.' ' Yah,' said the old growler, ' I know dot ; but yudt tie dem together one dime, and den you see blazes I' The Jewish women of Martinette, 'Wis. XT. S. A., have organised a relief society, j&nd offered their services to Company I of the State militia in case of war, agreeing to furnish them with all the garments needed, and to do all the sewing.
Sir Moses Montefiore Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
Sir Moses Montefiore Home. The monthly meeting of the Board of Management of the Jewish Home was held on Monday, the 13th inst, the President, Mr. S. Cohen, occupying the chair. There were also present — Revs. A. B. Davis, J. H. Landau. P. Philippstein. Messrs, N. D, Cohen (Hon. Treasurer), S. M. Steenbhom (Hon. Secretary), S. Solomon, Nathan Jacobs, and L. M. Phillips. Apologies were read from Mr. C. Nettheim, absent through illness, and Mr. M. Gotthelf, who was absent from the colonv. The minutes of May 4th were read and confirmed. A vote of sympathy was passed to the Hon. Secretary who had suffered bereavement by the loss of his wife. The President reported that Mrs. Barnett had paid a visit to the Jewish inmates at Liverpool Asylum, and had distributed money, tobacco, and other necessaries. These unfortunates were very pleased with the visit. The Rev. J, H. Landau stated he had been instru mental, by the kindness of some charitable members of the community in getting a sufficien...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
irorswi We wish it to be known that there is one house in Sydney where Kosher Wine and Spirits can be obtained. Call on H. HocKrNGS & Co., opposite the G.P.O., Pitt-street, who import all their Foreign Wines and Spirits. Specialty Old Australian Wines. J JEWISH CALENDAR. 1898 6658 Tuesday, June 21. ? .....*Ne»v Moon, Tamuz Thusrday, July 7... ............. Fast of Tamuz. Wednesday, July 20........ ..... New Moon, Ab. Thursday, July 28. ............... Past of Ab. Friday, Aug.'l9 ? *New Moon, Ellul. Saturday, Sep. 17 ? : ? New Year, 5659. * Observed also preceding day.
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
OUB MELBOURNE LETTER. The death is announred of Mr. Louis Gerschel, the husband of Mrs. Julia Gerschel, on 10th June, at Sir Thomas Fitzgerald's Private Hospital. A meeting of the Melbourne Jewish Literary Society taok |place on Monday evening last, June 13, at Buxton's Art Gallery, Collins-street. The President, Mr. Louis Roth, presided, and there was a good Attendance of members. The business of the evening was a debate — ' Whether the Victorian Prisons should be Self-supporting?' Mr. F. C. Purbrick (Law Students' Society) arguing in the affirmative, and Mr. P. A. Jacobs, BA., L.L.B., in the negative. The following gentlemen took part in the debate which followed: — For the affirmative — Messrs. B. A. Levin son. Hogan, Paul, E. R. Levinson, — Klisser; against — Mr. M. Phillips. The motion on being put to the meeting was carried by a large majority. During the evening Mr. Purbrick recited ' Gentlemen Rankers,' (Rudyard Kipling). Mr. Ernest Davis was elected Hon. Librarian. Masters ...
The Sydney Jewish Education Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
The Sydney Jewish Education Board. A meeting of the Jewish Education Board was held at the Synagogue Chambers on the 14th instant. The Rev. A. B. Davis occupied the chair, the members present being Revs. J. Lan dau, Philippstein, Messrs. Coleman P. Hyman, M. Marks, S. Cohen, A. Blashki, N. D. Cohen, L. E. Moss, and P. J. Marks. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The particulars of attendance furnished by the headmaster were very satisfactory. The corres pondence was read and dealt) with amongst the letters being one from Mr. Neville D. Cohen, accepting office on the Board,, and from Mr. P. J. Marks, notifying his intention of retiring from the hon. secretaryship at tne end of the year. The Hon. Treasurer reported that there was a credit balance, although regret was ex pressed that the subscription list was not larger. Several accounts were passed for payment. It was decided to re-engage Mr. M. A. Cohen for a further period of six months at an increased remu...
Sydney Jewish Social Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
Sydney Jewish Social Club. The regular meeting of the Club was held last night at the Oddfellows1 Hall, EJizabeth-street. The Rev. J. H. Landau attended, and complimented the Ciub on its success. He expected to see a few young people enjoying themselves, and was astonished to see such a successful and well conducted Club. He proposed some scheme be considered for amalgamating with the Hebrew Literary Society, but on the President, Mr. L. Paflrpr Pvnlaini'nn1 tKo r»Vite»f rPocnn tViQ+. nrmront #»/1 fV»/a Literary Society as conducted being a suceess, and the plans of the Social Club, Mr. Landau reiterated, and asked the Club members to attend the next meeting of the Literary Society, and assist if possible to have its objects arranged to meet their views. He proposed the toast of ' Success to the Sydney Jewish Social Club.' The next dance was arranged for Thursday NEXT, so that the members might be enabled to attend the Baron Hirsch Ball, which occurs on the rfonilar meeting nicht. T...
NEW ZEALAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
NEW ZEALAND NEWS. ,','Mr. Frederick Montague, of Dunedin, has been appointed a Justice of the Peace. At the annual meeting of the Dunedin Free Kinder garten Association held in the Town Hall recently, on the motion of Mrs. Reynolds it was .unanimously decided, amid applause, to elect Mr. M.. Cohen a life member of the Association in recognition of services rendered ;. In spite of the inclement weather on Queen's Birth day at Christchurch, there was a large attendance at the Mayor and Mrs. Louisson's Ball. Fortunately the rain cleared off about nine o'clock, and a glorious star light night made it much pleasanter to contemplate the drive to the Art Gallery. The hall had been beautifully decorated with mirrors and draperies, which, alternating with the pictures, made a charming background for the beautiful dresses of the ladies and the uniforms of the volunteer officers, who came on to the dance from the mess dinner. Miss Benjamin, L.L B., carries too many guns for the ladies who domi...
The Louis Pulver Memorial Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
The Louis Pulver Memorial Fund, ? ~* ? - The final meeting re the Louis Pulver - Memorial Fund was held in the School-room, Synagogue Chambers, Castlereagh-street, on ^ Tuesday evening last at 8.30 p.m. Present : ; Bevs. A. B. Davis (in the chair), J. H. Landau, -P. Philippstein, Messrs. Neville D. Gohen, A. Blashki, L. E. Moss, Samuel Gohen, Mrmfca.cmA Marks. Pflpftv ,T. Marks. Mark Harris, and M. A. Cohen, Coleman P. Hyman, land Miss Celia E. Harris, Hon. Secretaries. Mr. Coleman P. Hyman read notice of meeting, and reported the balance on hand as about £88. : The Rev. A. B. Davis expressed his regret at the small amount the collection had netted. He thought that at least £200 would be ?received. He grieved that a man who had 1 done so much for the community should be so 'soon forgotten. At least 50 persons should be ! present, and he could not understand the .?apathy displayed. He read a letter from a brother of the late Mr. Pulver explaining that a monument was being prepared in...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
ENGLISH NEWS. The Annual Meeting of subscribers and govenors of Jews' College was held on May 1st. The Rev. Dr. Adler, president in the -chair. Dr. Greenburg, late of Montefiore College, has accepted the call of the Albuquerque (N.M.) Hebrew community to become their Rabbi. The marriage of Mr. Oppenheimer, son of Mr. Leopold Oppenheimer, with Miss R. Grunebaum of 3 Princes Square, Bayswater W., was celebrated at the new West End Synagogue. The Rev. S. Singer, assisted by Rev. J. Giffen, performed the ceremony. The bridegroom was accompanied by his brother, Mr. Richard Oppenheimer. The bride was given away by brother, Mr. Isidor Grunebaum and attended by Mas ter Ralph Levy, nephew of bride, attired in a white cloth and satin suit as train bearer. The Synagogue was tastefully decorated with flowers and a large com pany were present. The bridesmaids were the Misses Nettie, Gertie and Cissie Baumann (nieces of bride), and the Misses Flossie, Marian and Miss May Lazarus. At the conclusio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898
MARSHALL BEOS., (C. C. MARSHALL.) ZOIEi WRESTS, 141 ELIZABETH ST. NEAR MARKET STREET. THE STETIE HOTEL, MAM.Y ( facing the Ocean ) The house has been thoroughly renovaWu *d 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 Cu&tomer _