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The Help-in-Need Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

The Help -in -Need Society. The Secretary of the Help-in-Need Society reports that it has seven weekly pensioners, besides several families which have been assisted. Two families have been assisted to their friends in England, one family to Cape Colony, and another to England, The number of subscribers to the Society have increased very satis factorily. The Society is to hold its second social on Wednesday, August 3, at the Freemasons' Hall, York street. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. G. Cohen, (President), 38 Foveaux-street, Miss B. Cohen, Foveaux-street, Surry Hills, or at this office, at Is. and should command a large sale.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mohammedan Myth. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

A Mohammedan Myth. In is said that King Solomon was very proud of his mmense number of horses and chariots, and on one occasion when there came the even ing call to prayer, he was in the midst of a great review, so that le was unable to attend to that religious duty. Accordingly, he conse crated all his houses, forty thousand in number, to the Most High God, and Allah, appreciating that sacrifice, presented Kinsr Solomon a masric carpet, such that whoever sat upon it could, by a simple wish, transport himself to any part of the world. Not long afterwards, Kirg Solomon, with his prime minister, was standing on the topmost pinnacle of the temple, having climbed up the great flight of steps which led there, and ; as they were conversing they aaw a man pass ing below with bowed head. He cast one -glance upward, and immediately they recognised the awful countenance of the Angel of Death. He began slowly to climb the flight of steps, and the prime minister, in great alarm, begged King Sol...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of "The Hebrew Standard." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

To the Editor of 'The Hebrew Standard.' Dear Sir, — I wish to draw your attention and alsc* that of the Synagogue authorites to the disgraceful management of wedding ceremonies conducted at the Synagogue. I do not wish to reflect upon anyone in particular, altho' it is well known who is responsible to a very great extent for the scandal - xisting. I merely wish to draw attention to it— as it has become quite common — in the hope that by such publicity a better system will prevail. A fortnight ago there were two weddings at the synagogue and altho1 the official re sponsiDie ior tne management ot the seats, etc, was I notified by one of the bridegrooms of his desire to I reserve front seats for friends and relations, nothing was I done, the result being that as soon as the doors were opened the front seats were rushed by the outside crowd Worse, however was to follow. As soon as the bridal party came on the scene the square outside of the seat* and immediately around the Chupah was cr...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

BRISBANE HEBREW COMREGATM. A PPLICATIONS are invited not liter than JULY J\. 10, for the position of MINISTER, TEACHER, and MO HE L. Applicants state Silary requirtd. Communications to be addressed to M. GERSON, Esq., President, Albert-street, Brisbme. Queeusland, Sydney Kosher Bute! ery Association. Registered Office : 527 George Street, Sydney. STATUTORY MEETING. A GENERAL MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS will be held in the Beard Room on MONDAY, the 27th INST., at 7.30 O'CLOCK, when a full attendance is respectfully requested SALTIEL D. NATHAN, ., Seer tary. The Kosher Butchery Association. /'^ENTLEMEtf,— J will attend the first Ft it t)ry \JC Meeting called under the Companies' A t to answer any questions concerning the business that the Shareholders wish to ask du *ng my Chairmanship.' Yours respectfully, M. MOSS.

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Baron de Hirsch Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

Baron de Hirsch Ball. A Committee meeting of Ladies was held at the Sydney Kosher Butchery Association on Monday evening last, when it was decided to hold a general Committee meeting on Sunday June 26th, at 3 o'clock at which all the gentlemen who attended the first meeting ere- specially invited to attend. Tenders for Music and Catering were opened. Tickets are reported to be selling very satisfactorily and several donations have been received, and acknowledged.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. The Sydney Dental Hospital is now open for the reception of patients, and presents facilities for a com plete dental training unsurpassed by any other dental institution, the fittings being in accordance with the latest requirements for efficient teachings. The import ance of good teeth cannot be over-estimated. No doubt, however, as more interest is taken in this sub ject, there will be less need of artificial teeth. Though necessary to health and beauty, how generally thev ara neglected? For actual service in conducing to the health of the body their value is beyond price, and certainly, as an ornament, they are indispensible. The objects of the Sydney Dental Hospital is to treat the irregularities of the teeth, to arrest decayed and restore them to their normal condition if possible. Painless extractions, filling roots, and fitting dentures on gold vulcanite. Crown bar and pivot work at reformed rates with best material and workmanship guaranteed.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

Established 1857 WOOD &~ COMPANY, cv?roit* * Funeral Directors and Embalmers, CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS Business Establishments: Telephone No Sydney (Head Office)— 10 GEORGE ST., SOUTH, - — -Between Christ Church & Savings Bank . Town OflB.ce & Livery Stables: 150CASTLEREAGHST) CITY 1524 173 ELIZAB aTH ST. J Ui L Y 15i4 Sydney— 185 GEORGE ST. West ... ? ? Next St. Barnabas Church (J32 Balmain N—238 DARLING ST. Near Oddfellows' Hall. 5 BALMAIN Balmain S (Rozelle) — Corner ?? ?? - ~ WESTON RD.& EVANS ST. 5 Balmain - Petersham— f 6 NEW CANTERBURY RD. 22 Petersham Opposite Police Station. North Sydney— 9 SyDNEY 76 WALKER STREET, y- ^yDNEY Next E,S. & A.C. Bank. -Leichhardt-7 NORTON ST. 4opetersh*m Near Parraraatta Road. j4UfETERSHAM Ryde— -Parkes St., (near Council Chambers).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

TAILOR AKD HABIT MAKER; 49 O^lIiEKE^gp OTEEiF, (Between King-st. & Hotel Australia.) LADIES COSTUMES, LIVERIES, $ UNIFORM INSPECTION INVITED. 117 TT I I k HT T\BTTnT^ TAILOR, and BREECHES MAKER, W I I jI ' I A VI I J i\ 1 \\ I Vi WINTER 1S98— New goods just opened. Y T J- i.jjll.il±\ jjx jl/ a 1, \j \J jlj? 2g Hunter-st, near Pitt-st., Sydney. ? TJ - *' T '' ?? IP) fy\fi ' 1 A ^ ^ a Bone W^C* -wri -n inn n

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

MARRIAGES. LIPSTINE— VICTORSEN— On June 8th, 1898, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. H.   Landau, Isaac Benjamin, only son of Mr. Simeon, Lipstine, Rockhampton, Queensland, to Florence Adelaide, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Victorsen, ' Unsworth,' London-street, Enmore Sydney, N.S W.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weddings. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

Weddings. On Wednesday, June 8th, the marriage of Miss   Florence Adelaide Victorsen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Victorsen, "Unsworth," London-street,   Enmore, Sydney, to Mr. Isaac B. Lipstine, only son of Mr. Simon Lipstine, of Rockhampton, Queensland, was celebrated, the Rev. J. H. Landau, officiating. The residence of the bride's parents was en fete to mark the occasion, the large schoolroom being artistically de- corated for the ceremony by the friends of the bride, among the novelties was a. picturesque wedding bell suspended over the canopy. At 3 p.m. the bride attired in a trained gown of rich ivory white, crepe de chine, trimmed with chiffon, surah and orange blossoms,   pearl passementerie and ornaments, wearing the ortho- dox wreath and with cable bracelet and carrying a shower bouquet (the gifts of the bridegroom), entered   the room accompanied by her father. The canopy pre-   sented a pleasing spe...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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Jews in Freemasonry. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 June 1898

Jews in Freemasonry. It is a decided protest to the assertion, that the young men of the community cannot be induced to take an interest in fraternal association, to find them evincing a thorough desire to work in the cause of the advance- ment of Freemasonry. In many lodges we find our co-religionists filling the premier positions, and being valued for their justice and judgment. There is a fascination of brotherhood in its purest sense running through these onerous labors, yet many who are mem- bers for years cannot be taxed with being entirely lead by anything unsubstantial. The truth is they find the true Principles of Judaism conserved in Masonry and excercised by the brethren in truth and mercy — for the general welfare. For an instance, by courtesy of Mr. J. Goulston we were invited to the hospitality of Lodge Leinster Marine, and we may assuredly notice that best evidence of fraternity is the respect which was shown us on the occasion and the good opinion the lodge had for t...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

JLWA| SLiLA/ A JL HOAgJL^JL-L/ JLJ JL« TAILOR AESB HABH MAKER*. 49 CT^ItEKETMJI P^EEJF, (Between King-st. & Hotel Australia.) LADIES COSTUMES, LIVERIES, $ UNIFORlll INSPECTION INVITED. Printed and Published by the Proprietors Harris &^ Son, at 249 Georgestreet, Sydney. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

?rcopron We wish it to be known that thore is one house in ? {Sydney where Kosher Wine and Spirits can be j obtained. Call on H. Hockings & Co., opposite the ; G.P.O., Pitt-street, who import all their Foreign Wines i and Spirits!' Specialty Old Australian Wines. The caricature . of the stage Jew, from Shylock onwards, has suffered from a prevailing tendency towards exaggeration. Whether it be the money lender of the Bialto or the modern Jew of melodrama after the style of the present-day productions, the character has been so obviously devised. White waistcoat, huge nose, enormous jewellery, and a! Yiddisher intonation, and all to tickle the ears of the ; groundlings and make the '? jew'-dicious grieve. One i is driven to lament over the uninventiveness of the playwright who find a nasal twang to be a cheap and easy provocative of laughter, and a pair of loud check trousers of more value than many epigrams. The. death is announced of Mr. Nicholas Hopson, on Wednesday evenin...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

; 'notes and comments. Three is a very great amount of attention being centered on the coming parliamentary election. One young co-religionist made a very creditable dis play of electioneering tactics during the recent Fitzroy elections. c At least three of our co-religionists are sure to test the faith of the electors of Sydney and suburbs in their qualification for members of the Legislature. j Recognizing the value of a debating society to qualify young men for political work it appears an outrage that not one such society is able to live amongst the Jews. An important committee meeting in connection with the Bare n de Hirsch Ball will be held at 257, George street, Brickfield Hill at 3 p.m., on Sunday next. A large attendance is requested. The Help-in- Need Society's social is to be' held at the Freemasons' Hall, York-street, on August 3. Tickets, Is. i The Sydney Jewish Social Club is, we understand arranging for a programme of debates during the - coming season. \ ? ' ? ?^^^^^...

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The Colonial Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

The Colonial Bank. , Dr. Herzl has subscribed for two thousand shares in the Colonial Bank. Application for shares are pouring in wholesale from all quarters.

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Jews in Holland. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

Jews in Holland. That Holland treats its Jewish citizens'with singular liberality readers of the ' Jewish World ' are aware. In this connection an expression of opinion from a Dutch man who is not a Jew is interesting, Herr T. C. van Maiker, who recently presented to the Hebrew congre gation of Delft a curtain for the ark, which he had acquired on a visit to Egypt, wrote as follows : ' I trust that you will accept this gift from a non-Jew, not only as a token of personal respect for the Jewish community, to which so many distinquished and honoured Dutch men have in the past belonged and do now belong, but also as a special token at the present crisis of the pride which every right thinking Dutchman feels in that his country has offered no home to the misleading teachings of anti-Semitism.'

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The Drawing Room. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

The Drawing Room. The following were amongf the presentations at the Drawing Room held by the Queen at Buckingham Palace last month:— Mrs Benjamin L. Cohen, by the Duchess of Devonshire ; Miss Hannah F. Cohen, by her mother, Mrs Benjamin L. Cohen ; Lady Faudel Phillips, by the Duchess of Devonshire The general company at the Drawing Boom included Lady Roths child, Mrs. Sigismund F. Mendl, Mrs.. Stuart M. Samuel (who presented Mrs. Emile Enoch), Mrs. x'lcuciitK octasuLUi, ivxia. U/UWdiu Jf. oiciu, jju.it;-, James Stern, Miss Faudel Phillips, Miss Stella Faudel Phillips, Miss Stern, Miss Violet Stern. Lady Faudel Phillips wore a white satin dress, the front showing cloth of gold, with fine point lace over it, and embroidered at either side with diamonds and silver in a delicate design. The bodice was similarity treated, and in it a diamond wheat spray and stars were worn, also the Jubilee medal given to Lady Faudel Phillips, as Lady Mayoress, by the Queen. A train of cloth of gold ove...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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When I Have Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

? + ? When I Have Time. When I have time, so many things I'll do To make life happier and more fair For those whose lives are crowded now with care I'll help to lift them from their low despair, When I have time. When L have time, the friend I love so well Shall know no more those weary toiling aays ; I'll lead her feet in pleasant paths always, And cheer her heart with words of sweetest praist, When I have time. When you have time the friend you hold so dear May be beyond the reach of your sweet intent ; May never know that you so kindly meant To fill her life with sweet content, When you had time Now is the time ! Ah, friend, no longer wait To scatter loving smiles and words of cheer To those around whose lives are dear ; They may not meet you in the coming year — Now is the time ! ? ? -*» ? ' Oh, father, need 1 go to school ?' said Johnny one morning as his mother was getting him ready. ' 1 don't understand books — I never shall. I had rather cut wood with you in the timber, and ...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Rev. J. F. Stern on " Leadership." [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 24 June 1898

The Rev. J. Fj Stern on ' Leadership.' The Rev. J. F. Stern recently preached on the subject of ' Leadership.' Taking as his text the following passage from Aboth, ' Be strong as a leopard, light as an eagle, fleet as a hare, and strong as a lion to do the will of thy Father who is in Heaven,' the preacher ex plained that it was with these forcible words of Judah the son of Tema, that according to a well authenticated manuscript, the tractate of the Mishna known to us as the Ethics of the Fathers very appropriately concluded. No collection of moral sayings intended to influence life, to control conduct, to inspire devotion to God and heroism amongst men could be summed up with words more forcible and more stirring. They seem to give us the strength of which they speak, the strength to do and to sufler for the sake of God the Father, they seem to endow us with that earnestness of purpose which bids us to look up to God the Father as the goal of the life which swiftly passes away, the...

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