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Social and General. VICE-REGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

[?] . . , . . . / . ? Vice-Regal. Lady Brassey, with Captain Freeman Thomas, A.D.C, and Captain Sloane Stanley, left for . ???.^Melbourne. ^They are expected to return to ????Sydney on Sept. 7. Sir Fowell Buxton, with Lady Victoria Bux ton and members of the family, have been ??staying at the Blue Mountains and enjoyed ?their short trip. : Lord Hampden was very busy last Saturday. His .Excellency opened the Golf Club House at Bondi at 2 p.m, at 2.45 p.m. His Excel lency laid the foundation stone for a new Hall ?at Paddington in connection with the Sydney City- Mission, and at 4 p.m. he was present at the. Diamond Jubilee Charity Carnival at the ?Agricultural Society Grounds I [Rear- Admiral Bridge has issued invitations ?for a Garden Party on the 8th Sept. Four Governors and their families will include the Vice-Regal Party during race week. During Lady Brassey's visit Lord Hampden invited Sir Julian Salomons, Captain and Mrs. Ferguson, Captain Freeman Thomas and others to dinner. A ...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

CUT THIS OUT ^-^M^v'^t^^ ???.''?' ? ? : '^hc gebrc^ gtandard of Jadiriladio.' ?-. ..-.? APPLICATION FORM To MESSES. HARRIS '&? SOJ, . Prink rs' 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 oournaV for. twelve months from this date. Unclosed please find the sum of Ten Shillings and Six Pence, covering one year's sub scription. Name t ? v Address A u , - : Addresses of Friends in your Eistrict likely to b ? Subscribers will be gratefully acknowledged. Pkinted and Published by the 1 kc puiE'iors iiARRia axd Bon at their Office, 249 George Street, Sydney ? — ' y

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

THE STET1E HOTEL, IANLY, (facing the Ocean) The house has been thoroughly renovated and is 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.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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THE CHIEF RABBI AND WOMEN IN THE SYNAGOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

the chief rabbi and women in' - - ??????? ? ????* :?;the^synagogue.;: - ?. ^;- ???????. 'One who knows,' says the Chief Rabbi concurred in men and women worshipping together at the Jubilee Service at the .Great Synagogue, London. The men and women were together on the Almemar, and the Chief Rabbi being present ipso facto concurred or at least signified that he saw no .objection. Had he seen any objection; he would of course have refused to take part in the Service. . The Chief Rabbi by taking part in the Service and thus sanctioning the abrogation of -what has for so long been erroneously thought to be a principle of Judaism has, by his enlightened action conferred immense benefit, upon our community and deserves all praise accordingly.

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THE LATE RABBI YOFFEY OF MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

THE LATE RABBI YOFFEY OF MANCHESTER. The funeral of Rabbi Joseph Yoffey, the Rabbi of the Central Synagogue, Manchester^, took place on Thursday, July 1st, from the residence of the deceased, and was most widely attended. Representatives from all the congregations of Manchester and the Shechita Board were present. The Chief Rabbi was represented by the Rev. Dr. B. Saloman, the minister of the Old Hebrew Congregation. The Rabbi of the Society of the Machazike Hadass, London, and also the Rabbis of the Chevras of Birmingham, Sunderland and Edinburgh, showed by their presence tne esteem and affection with which the late Rabbi was held. Discourses were delivered at the residence of the deceased and at the burial ground by those whom we have already mentioned. Everywhere in the Jewish quarters of Manchester one met with deep and genuine regret, and it is estimated that the funeral of Rabbi Yoffey was one of the largest of the Jewish funerals which have taken place in that city. ? A Hespe...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

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

TERUSALEM ! Envied, hated, besieged, destroyed; ?J. only to rise again and again like a Phcenix from from the flames, undying, 'indestructible. To the whole Jewish body there is a magic in the name, with a history borne by no other City. A most remarkable and realistic reproduction of Ancient Jerusalem is shown at the: Cyclorama, near the Railway, the actual time depicted being at the time of Herod, or shortly before it was destroyed by the Romans under Titus 1827 years ago. Every one should see the Queen City of the Earth at the Cyclorama. A City of Marble Palaces where the spectator stands spell-bound.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

THE ?;?.' OF AUSTRALASIA. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY, 24:9 GEO&G-SS STBEET5 SYDNEY. Fronting Bridge-street. ALFRED HARRIS, - - EDITOR SUBSCRIPTION. 10s. 6d. PER YEAR. Accounts of Weddings and Burials will be published Free oL: charge, wheiitliey occur in the family of a subscriber ; otherwise a; charge; will be made- of from 2s. 6d. to 10s. «d. according 'to length. Accounts nor. ?exceeding 20 lines in leTi'grih will be published free if accompanied with amount of subscription for one year. SYDNEY, 3rd SEPE VLTBEJR,, 1897. : d: wen yawn cm rvsh J)eolare Ye Among the ATaihir,s—Pudlis7b and Set Up 0'i^!-. ?;'?. ?:'?' '.; '.-) '???;---,.; a Standard. ?

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

QWe0 *n* Comment Our Melbourne Correspondent writes :— I am pleased to report, that the list of sub scribers is increasing fast, and they all look forward with pleasure to the receipt of the paper for the general news of the community. Sunday, September 12th, Annual Meeting of Members of the Great Synagogue, election of Committee of Management being perhaps the most important item. Mr Neville 1). Cohens success is assured, and we hope that Mr. Coleman P. Hyman's friends will acknowledge his many services to the community by placing him on the Board. Both appointments would prove very popular, ? H Some of the old members of the Committee quite agree that ' new blood' would be an im provement. The Jewish young ladies of Sydney are becom ing prominent in music — no less than three have accepted compositions to be published shortly. The Bazaar and Garden Fete at Mrs Neviile D. Cohen's is sure to be a great success The Orlando's Band has been arranged for by kind permission of Admiral Br...

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

Q&wkm* We are favored by the Rev. A. B. Davis handing us--' his copy of 'Grand Double Diamond Jubilee Number of ' Young I-rael,' a monthly magazine for Jewish youth, recently issued in London. It has a wonderful* mass of good Jewish reading — it must appeal strongly to the class it caters for, and produce a grand result by its educative influence. Its numerous illustrations include the Jews' Hospital and Orphan Asylum, Mr. Claude G. Montetoire, ana among the portraits or tne Queen's Jewry, an article by Lucien Wolf, are Sheriff Montefoire, 1837, Joshua Van Oven, Sir I. Lyon Goldsmid.Bart, Rabbi Solomon Hirs-chel, the late Dr. Adler, Rev. Professor Marks, Sir David Salomons,. Bart.,' M. P., the first Jewish Lord Mayor, Sir Benjamin Phillips, Lord Mayer 1865-66, Sir Henry Isaacs, Lord' Mayor 1889-90, George Faudel Phillip?, Diamond Jubilee Lord Mayor, Baron Lionel de Rothschild, first Jewish M.P., Sir Francis, Goldsmid, Bart, Q.C., first Jewish Barrister, Sir John Simon, Serge...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. There are upright and righteous men, says Chateaubriand, with whom conscience is so tranquil, that we cannot approach them with out sharing the peace which emanates from their heart. A Rabbin preached several years against the fatal error which arose in tinits of petsecution, and caused some Israelites, who were imbued with antiquated notions, to imagine that it was permitted them to deceive those who did not profess the Mosaic faith. The virtuous pastor used every effort to disabuse the minds of his flock from this monstrous error: He proved by passages from our sacred books how much it is reprobated by the laws ; and eloquently depicted the torments with which remorse agitates the guilty, and the divine wrath, of which the cry of conscience is but the first token. After he returned home, the Rabbin was sought by one of the richest Israelites of the city. He was pale, and, wiping the tears from his eyes, avowed that he had been a partner with a Christian mor...

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 — 3 September 1897

TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. 'TSiR, — Much as I appreciate the evidently kind1 intention that prompted you to write the portion of your last leading article which related to myself, I yet feel that had your intention to print such reference come to my knowledge, and had it been in my power to exercise influence in the matter, I certainly would' have desired you to refrain from publishing those re— marks. I wish, at this juncture, to write in reference to a letter signed ' Adolphe,' that appeared in your issue of 20th ult., and was endorsed by your leader last week. While feeling that it is rather too much to* expect two members of the Board of Managem nt of the Great Synagogue to retire each year (as suggested: by your correspondent), I yet consider that it would be advantageous to the Congregation if one member of the Committee were to retire annually, and not be eligible for re-election for one year. Such a proviso* would fitly follows the first of the Laws for the govern...

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

CJome, ye children, hearken unto me : I will teach you the fear of the Lord. — Psalm xxxiv.ll ? Last Sunday listening to the Shofar announcing thV approach of the Penetential days, it occurs to us that the winter has. passed away. Now comes the morning breeze blowing on embalmed | flowers while the fresh voice of aurora seems to ij conduct the matin melodies chirruped and sung |j by choruses of joyous birds innumerable. The | sun has :'f airly risen and the whole country is '?[ awake from legarftiy Children are delighted jj with ecstacy their little bpsorns expand with ;| aeliciqus emotions, as wi t-h profound feeling and ij moistened, eyes. ;they .repeat. the beautiful prayer } of' ' Adon 01am ' which their father emphatic i| ally pronounced at '': this moment. A bird ij rapidly skimming the air uttered a slow cry, || then a plaintive chant. 'Admire this lesson, i! ' my dear children, ' observed the father. See ! ij all nature, on awaking, sings praises to the | !j Divine Creator !...

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FOR OUR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

FOR OUR GIRLS. BY AN OLD ONE. .'Nowadays there seems to be a yery^generaiiy expressed dissatisfaction with our- girls. In spite of the wonderful ''New Woman,' : and more doubtful ' Rebellious Daughters,' we have them characterised as flippant, loud and tod self- confident, too little fond of home life: and surrDundings, too devoted to a me consisting almost exclusively of ? shopping, entertainments , and what old-fashoined folks term 'gadding ab&feY-:-! ',, , .- ; . ?? . :. ... /.,. .,.?; Gjiris perhaps, whilst: still at school* are not entirely to blame for ? this restless disposition. The present system of education, which consists in 'packing brains with every crumb of know ledge possible in the time devoted to study, and in :the necessary moments of relaxation flinging ourselves wildly into athletics of one sort or another, leaves us little time for the culture of I those gentle graces which make a girl so lovable and sol popular.; But when one leaves school, . it is imp...

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

JEWISH CALENDAR. 1897. Rosh Hodesh Elul. .,..,= . ... . Sunday, August 29 5658. Rosh Hashonah ? Monday, Sept. 27 Fastof 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

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THE WORD OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 September 1897

THE WORD OF HONORv If there is any one trait more than another in man's character that should be indelibly in scribed in the human propensities, it is the word spoken as a promise, or otherwise uttered to mean execution of some kind ; and this it is that is impressed upon us in the portion of Scriptures read in the Synagogue this week. It does not speak here of anything that you snail or shall not do, but of the word you I utter that you will do. Weigh, therefore, your word carefully before you utter it, and do not promise anything that you find afterwards im possible to fulfil. ' Promise (rather) less and do more,' than to promise much and do little or nothing, But in - he text the inf reduction indicates a yc w ( equal to a prr mise) unto, the Lord, but it concludes with a generality, in saying ' sccording to all that proceed eth out of his me uth shall he do.' In o'her words, whatever j vu. jjxi jjjhoc7, mo n iui luwijuxu, 't.e.j ior religion, for God needs nothing from us, or be...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 September 1897

TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. Sir, — Your journal has regularly reached me and I read the items with much interest. I hope you will not object to add my name to your list of subscribers, herewith I enclose cheque for subscription (exchange added). I sincerely hope that this will result to you in a permament profitable venture -and that in the course of time it will rival the London ' Jewish Chronicle.' St. James Park, Hawthorn. Subscriptions and good wishes are acknowledged from Berrigan, Deiegate, Bombala, Melbourne Vic toria, Albany, Brisbane (Queensland), Elizabeth Bay, Newtown, Sydney Millions of men and women owe the health they now enjoy, and the beautiful and harmon izing home influence to a cup of good tea. This important item of our daily consumption is so carelessly handled by inexperienced vendors, that even if the value they offered was not greater than obtainable eJsewhere. It is a security, and a safety to deal with such a. representative firm as AtcherJey &...

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 September 1897

TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. Sir,- — Please enrol my name on list of subscribers to The Hebrew Standard post the journal for twelve months from this date. Enclose please find the sum of 10/6 postal note covering one years subscription. Yours truly Delegate M. G.

Publication Title: Hebrew Standard Of Australasia, The
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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 17 September 1897

fllofe0 amConmtnh. The Annual Meeting of the members of the Synagogue should be called much earlier. Mr. Neville D. Cohen will be a valuable addition to the Management. Mr. Moss did not receive a fair reply to his most important questions. Mr. Bentwich carries our sympathy in the matter of the arrangement with the young men, although any young man guilty of such disrespect marks himself by his action. What are the uses of Special Committees ? Mr. C. P. Hyman was acting for the best ?nterests of the community in calling attention +0 the want of acknowledgment for services endered. Salaried officers are thanked, but volunteers discarded. The attendance of the salaried members of the choir should not need comment. The committee of the ' Supporters of the Poor' society are holding services in the Protestant Hall, during the ensuing hclidays. Mr. George J. Cohen's motion showed how the work of the Board has been carried on, when the special resolution passed by a sub committee required a...

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