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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 27 August 1897

The unanimous re-election of Mr. Moritz Gotthelf as President of the Synagogue is extremely well deserved, and a compliment of appreciation to his endeavours go serve the best purposes of the community. We have already . drawn attention to the extremely onerous . duties of the position, and we trust that Mr. Gotthtct/f's Vinnp for a,r» pn.sipv vpn.r of nffirtP will be realised. Of course there are workers and worker 8 in the community, and on every hand we meet with the assiduous attention ., which Mr. Gotthelf pays even to the minor matters which come under his notice. We repeat, too much is left to the individual. Re election year after year to an office palls on both the recipient of the dignity and the ardour of the community. The personal merits of the existing management deters the advancement of other equally worthy gentlemen to respon able positions, and the young members . recognise that positions on the Board of Management and control of the communal matters are sinecure p...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

Cotmponfcence* OPEN1 COLUMN. All letters sent to the Editor must be written on one side of the paper onk, and must be accompanied bjr 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 i ?pprove of, the opinions. : expressed by our correspondents, but we wish, in a spirit of fair play, to permit, within certian necessary limits, free discussion. The return of M. S. S. either accepted or rejected is not guaranteed.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. HENRY ROBERT REUBEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

[?] HENRY ROBERT 'REUBEN. '? Death, the unrelenting, ha* once more entered among us aad called from the lines one of our best and noblest, a loving spirit under whose guidance and direction so many have found peace and contentment. He has severed one more link that bound a creature to his Creator, by freeing a soul from his earthly fetters, carried so honorably, to enjoy the ever lasting peace and rest of the life eternal. From the good name of the late Mr. Reuben, his re ligion, and the receipt of a good old age, we contemplate that — ♦'This life of mortal breath is but the entrance to the life Elysian, Whose potrals we call death.' Henry Robert Reuben was born in London on' the 8th August, 1811, and came to the colonies in 1829. In 1838 he married Emma Solomon who still survives him. His family consisted of three daughters and seven sons Of his daughters Deborah married the late Mr. Morris Cohen, of West Maitland. Mrs. Morris Cohen now resides in London. Esther is the ?wife of Mr....

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 — 3 September 1897

THE CITY PAINLESS DENTISTRY. . j 378 George Street, Sydney. j (Over Delarue & Co-, Jewellers) I Speciality. — Fitting Artificial Teeth and Repairs. Teeth Stopped, Scaled & Extracted Without Pain ' Teeth Extracted Free of Charge without Pain from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. at home— 338 Darling-st., Balmain from 6.30 to 10.30 p.m.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

The Rev. A. B. Davis has extended a promise of full support to The Hebrew Standard, the Only Jewish Newspaper printed in the Colony. In accord ing us this favour the Rev. A. B. Davis expresses his best wishes for the success of the Hebrew Standard. We trust the Rev. gentleman may long continue to preside over this community, and gain pleasure from our efforts to advance the cause of Judaism, and, as the representative of the Jewish press of the colony, the promotion of those best interests we all have at heart. - In reply to enquiries, we beg to announce having arranged for the supply of Silk and Woollen Tallisim, Chomoschem, Machsors, Tephilin, Mesuzzas, Arbang Kanfas, Sitzes, and every requisite for School, Synagogue and Home use. Harris & Son, Printers and Pub lishers 249 George -street Sydneye 'We are indebted to the ' Hebrew Standard ' of New York for several articles in our current issue. Complaints have reached us of the delivery of this journal as much as two days be...

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 — 3 September 1897

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Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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Our Brisbane Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

but Q0m6am ' Better. ? a ? . Commercial matters have been somewhat lively of late, and as this is the first news from this city since the advent of your paper, I shall give you an idea of how we have been faring of late. Unfortunately the community have suffered by the deaths of Messrs. B. R. Lewin and Louis Flegeltaiib. These gentlemen took a keen and active part in all our commercial institutions, and their loss has been keenly felt. It will be a difficult matter, indeed, to find other to fill their places as worthily. A special general meeting of the Brisbane Hebrew Congregation was held recently to take into consideration. the desirability or otherwise of renewing the agreement of the -Rev. A. D. Chodowski After discussion.it was resolved that the agreement be renewed for a further period' of -three years. ' . Though small in number we manage to carry on several charitable institutions. Principal amongst these are the ' Jewish Ladies' Dorcas Society.' This institution owes its e...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Chevra Machixikey Aniem," (SUPPORTERS OF THE POOR). [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

'. Ohevra Machixihey Ameni' ( SUPPORTERS OF THE POOR ). ?dpwji Baym *b 'it rw nnsm nm n t id onm 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 justifying 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 in our midst hundreds of poor Jews too respectable and self-reliant to receive charity, and yet are without means to gain an honest livelihood 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 repa...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOTTINGS FROM SOUTH AFRICA. BULAWAYO. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

JOTTINGS FROM SOUTH AFRICA. BULAWAYO. A correspondent writes to the Jewish Chronicle from Bulawayo under date June 8th : ' I am sure your readers will be glad to read that even in far off' Bulawayo the Jewish heart - beats for its true and iioly religion. Bulawayo is the rising town of Rhodesia, in it you will, find a Jewish population of about 300 in a very fairly prosperous sphere of life. Up to now,, owing to the unsettled state of the country, the Jewish community was without shape of form. But now, as everything is getting in a settled position, a general meeting of all the Jews was called to consider the advisability of building a - synagogue A plan of a fine building for a synagogue was handed in by Mr. Abrahams, architect, London. A discussion arose whother Bulawayo is ripe as yet for an elaborat synagogue. Messrs. Sinneman, Brown and. others were for ercetiDg a small building for the time being, but after some speeches by Messrs. Saber, Loewinstark, Ebner, Cohen, and A. D. ...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADIES AID SOCIETY'S BALL. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

LADIES AID SOCIETY'S BALL. A Great Success. A dance under the auspices of the Ladiei' Aid Society was held last night at the Paddington Town Hall, and as usual' was' a great success, about 150 couples being present. Music was supplied by Box sail's band. Mrs. Schneider catered. The hall was most artistically decorated by Mrs. Jones, florist, Paddington. Mrs. L. R. Wilson is President, Mrs. A. I. Selighon. treasurer, and Miss Rosalie Harris is secre tary. The committee are — Mrs. L. Samuels, Mrs. W. Alexander, and Mrs. Wolinski. The committee worked very hard. Among those present were the Rev. A. B. Davis, Rev. J. H. and Mrs. Landau, Rev. P. and Mrs. Philippstein, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wilson, the latter in a lovely gown of black brocade handsome point lace tnd cut steel trimmings; Mrs. A. J. Selig, black merv. lovely lace and jet trimmings ; Mrs. Hayes, a costly go wn of white brocade, corslet of pearls and diamond ornaments ; Mrs. Ogg, black satin and lace ; Miss J. Nelson (debutante)...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

Cape Town. The Jewish communities in Cape Colony, Rhodesia and Natal presented to the Governor for transmissian to the Queen a beautifully illuminated album as a mark of loyalty and respect The album is enclosed in a carved wooden casket of colonial workmanship. A 'Times ' telegram dated July 1st, states that a Jewish community has resolved to petition the Government with a view to the removal of the educational and other dis abilities. JEWS AND JEWS. If the Jews excel in one thing more than another, it is in carrying out God's injunction to be a peculiar people. They think nothing whatever of summering in hotels in watering places where the food if not Kosher, and taking every opportunity of forgetting that they are jews. But if some intolerant Boniface makes any attempt looking toward their exclusion from his hotel, no matter whether the cause is a personal or a religious one, they immediately fall back upon the support which they are entitled to receive from their co-religionists...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAZAAR AND GARDEN FETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

BAZAAR AND GARDEN FETE. 'The last meeting of the committee for the Bazaar and Garden Fete to be held at ' Liverynga,' Onslow Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, on Tuesday and Wednesday 7th and 8th September, was held on Sunday. It was announced that the band from. the Orlando, by the kind permission of Admiral Bridge, will render choice .selections on the opening day (Tuesday), and during the evening the, Lutanist, under the conductorship of Mr. Grilts, have kindly consented to play. One of the chief attractions for the second evening will be a gentlemen's hat trimming competition.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOU CAN NEVER TELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

YOU CAN NEVER TELL. You can never tell when you send a word— r Like an arrow shot from a bow By an archer blind — be it cruel or kind, Just where it will chance to go. It may pierce the breast of your dearest friend, Tipped with its poison or balm ; To a stranger's heart in life's great mart It may carry its pain or its calm. You can never tell when you do an act Just what the result will be ; But with every deed you are sowing a seed, Though its harvest you may not see. Each kindly act is an acorn dropped In God's productive soil ; Though you may not know, yet the. tree shall grow And shelter the brows that toil. You can never tell what your thoughts will do In bringing you hate or love ; For thoughts are things, and their airy wings Are swifter than carrier doves. They follow the law of the universe — Each thing must create its kind ; And they spread o'er the track to bring you back Whatever went out from your mind. — Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHAKESPERIAN FANCY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

SHAKESPERIAN FANCY FAIR, : Yesterday afternoon a Shakesperian Fair, was opened by Colonel G. W. Bell, (U.S. Consul) in the hall under the Unitarian Church, Liverpool-street. The object of the fair was to swell the funds of the church. The Rev. George Walters, in introducing Colonel Bell, said almost everyone advised him that it would be rather an undertaking to open a fair of this description, as so many other fairs of a similar nature had been held in Sydney qui'e recently. However, he trusted the result would be good, as none but the brave deserved the fair. Colonel Bell expressed himself as delighted at the opportunity afforded him of being present. Personally fee liked this way of raising means for a good object, as people would take home with them something that would afterwards serve as a reminder of a pleasant time spent. He sincerely hoped that the results antici pated would be fully realised. The stalls are well stocked, and are named after ?Shakespeare's plays. Some beauti...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE WEARIES NOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

HE WEARIES NOT. Ofttimes I grow impatient with the day Which brings new worries and the weight of fears ; Ofttimes my soul repines ; I chiding say, ' Who shall atone for sadness and for tears ?' Ofttimes my heart grows weary, and in pain I see the ones who falter, or who fall ; Ofttimes my tears fall down like winter rain. We are tired, doubting, anxious children all ; He wearies not. I see the little ones whose forms are clad In garments thin through cold and dreary days; I see a world where brothers, selfish, mad, War with each other down life's weary ways ; I hear the voices and the cries of pain ; I see men tempting other men to fall, And doubting, wonderirig, fearing, sick at heart and brain, I scarce dare trust the Father — knowing, guiding aljj He wearies not. He wearies not. Mine eyes are blurred with tears, And in life's misty dimness I am blind ; He wearies not ; but all my doubts and fears He yet will answer with a purpose kind. My hands are tired ; He will give me rest. ...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social and General. THE SYDNEY JEWISH AID SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

^octaf ant* (Bencraf* THE SYDNEY JEWISH AID SOCIETY. The Council of the Sydaey Jewish Aid Society met at the great Synagogue Chambers on Wednesday even Ing, ist inst, when the Presiden\ Mr. Aaron Blashki. J.P., occupied the chair. There were also present : Mr. P. C. Mitchell (one of the vice-presid nts), the Rev. J. H. Landau, Messrs. Louis, R. Wilson (hon. treasurer), Henry Solomon, J. A. Mosrf, Cole man, P. Hyman, S. Solomons, D. Blashki, and Leon L. Cohen '{hon. sec etary.) The action of the Small Loan Com mittee in granting three loans for amounts of £6, £6 and £Q respectively, was ratified. Other applications ?were then considered. Loans of £2o, £'20, .£15 and j£10 (four in all) were granted, each case having been favorably reported up^n by the Enquiry Committee. Two applications for amounts of ^20 and ^10 were granted subject to sureties being approved, and one for j£20 was deferred. In view of the increased demand for loans and the benefits conferred by the Institution, it wa...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Around the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

(#rownb t$t TOorffc [From our Exchanges. ] Millionaires build palaces and fellow 'million.-' aires occupy them. Baruey Barnato's splendid mansion in Park Lane has been parch ased: for- 5,000,000 dollars by Sir Edward Sassoon, who already had a palatial residence fronting upon Kensington Gardens. This Indian Hebrew baronet is one of the richest men in London.. His father organized the Imperial Bank of Persia, and entertained the Shah when he came to England. The Sassoons are the; Rothschild*? of India, and have purchased one fine house in London afier another until they are now in the costliest palace of the West1 End. The Dittoii Park home of the Montague-1 family has not been sold under the hammer to* the Empress Prederick or any other buyer,, since the hi-jh st bid, 600,000 dollars, was; below the limit. Landed estates in England; are now commanding, as. a rule, high prices, becouse few are in the market. The first marriage ceremony to be performed* in the Criminal Court Building ...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EVERY ONE BEAES HIS OWN GUILT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

EVERY ONE BEAKS HIS OWJST GUILT. \: Last Sabbath Rabbi L. Weiss preached at thjKeap Street ;Temple, Brooklyn, He took for his subject the above and his text from the corresponding Parshah : ;. via *rt- nip ^m '''And the sons of Korah did not die.' — Num. xxv. 2' ijHe spoke in substance as follows : — Were I gifted with the art of draw ing, and could sketch before you a canvas, I would sketch, in elucidation of my subject, a picture of a con sgri.pt as he stands in awe and fear at the approach of the inspecting officers who are about to rank the soldiers in their regiments. His father had lately suffered the penalty of death for inciting a riot, and the very officer against whom his attack wras mainly directed stands before him. Noticing his terrorised appearance, he a&ks the cause of it, and receives the reply : Ah sir, I am mindful of the wrong my father had been doing, and I fear that it may be a detriment to me.' But the clement officer gently replies : ':'?'?* Ear be it,...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

6ut QYlcftJourtte Better* On Wednesday last Miss Ellis delivered a lecture on the University Extension before a Jarge audience in the St Kilda Town Hall. Our resnected representative E. L. Zox, Esq., was prevented by illness from attending to his parliamentary duties, , but we hope that before next issue to be able to announce his return to health, and work at his usual hearty manner. As we foreshadowed, Mr. M. Gross has been duly electedCouncillor of the West Ward of Fitzroy. His popularity may be gauged from the result of the voting :— Mr. Gross polling 712, and his opponent 446. Mr. A. H. Benjamin has also been successful being' elected a Councillor of the town of North Melbourne. We congratulate both gentlemen , . » The death is announced of Mr. Samuel* Heymanson, of St. Kilda, Yictoria. The deceased died suddenly. The inmates of the Orphan Asylum were entertained last Wednesday by the pupils of the Melbourne Hebrew School. The programme consisted of songs, recitations, pianafor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

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