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PIERCE LODGES I.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
PIEBOB LQDaE, I.O. The annual installation, of officers . of Pierce Lodge, I.C., (New Zealand) took place in the Temperance Hall; on October 5. The installing Master was Wor. Bro/Gribben, of Lodge Ara, 348 ; Bros. G. McPherson ax\dy Q-. Large were: the presenting officers* The following were duly installed :— Bro. p. Hedge* W.M.; Bro. J. Kemp, S.W. ; Bro. A. May, J.W, ; Bro. W. Smith, Secretary and Treasurer ; Bro. S. Holmes. S.D;; Bto. 11. Jouning. J,D* ; Bro. R. Hudson, I.Gr.; Bro. S. Currie, Tyl.er.; There= were a numberr of visiting brothers, including Bros. R.W, P. G.M., and Bro. Piggptt, W.M., of Lodge Ara, and Bro. Grant, P.Mi Lod'ge of Light. At half-past eight a grand Masonic ball' was started. The hall was beautifully decorated ;wi.tb/- flags, flowers, : and evergreens. ? There were fuljy fifty., coupj.es present, anddancjlng, was, kept. up.. with muc)| spirit.
Our Victorian Letter. MELBOURNE. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
Wi ..... ?? , . ? ' .a/. ?, -?-..;.'??.. -..? ??? .;? ..Mrt^otprnk.. October 26. H§|The Helrew Standard^ is b^.qpnn'ng quite an , institution among the Melbburnites, and we lo^k-for-ward' to dts: regular arrival -with - imueii Satisfaction .-j, 1 ;;;;;;vvv- /;::'.:-:;? ?:? -? \» :;?; ^vl1.;.. I..'. P ^^he^aHf-absorbing topic ofrtke -Parliamentary eleqtions. is abating,.. .., Qf course;. .^bere ,;are . ,s:ome surprises and aisapgomtments to ^cnronicie. MrVDv B: Lazarus, 'th'e: eX-m&thMi ior Sand hurst,- felt Ben dig^^ast Friday for a- six months' ? holiday .in England v : :: ! Prior to.- ? liis departure He. received a number:;,, of -letters from -both parties.; in' the. House, ^egr|.t|5ing his , defeat and the. loss the1 iferHament has i sustained thereby. . Sunday feist ' was1 Hospital Sundayj. . and in eafeH; of the 'Synagogues collections were taken tip/. IThe. amount' i^c^ived is' not- : yet' to hand. - The Rey; J. EenzOr, -with Mr. P. Perlsfeein, -. personally, canyasse...
Address by Rev. Father Ignatius. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
AMf^S: ky Rsv Father Ignatiu&x*. : The ftev. Father Ignatius gave an address on 'Israel, the Nation,' before the members of the Chovevi 2AdntWe8teri}.^e^M'^6it\^A Rooms, Baker-street, London. & ' fUhe chair /was' taken by Sir Edward Sassoon, who was sup por^d,.X)n. the.platfom\byvthe j^ev. Dr. Gaster, and! l!;M;essrs.V |I^er| Be;ntwxch and Joseph Pr$gL \j '-??-'? --? '--A -4-:' ? -: : The Kev. Father, said he was go'ng with their permission ftp ,t:ake attest from the won derful literature of Israel, and would choose the 6th verse of the 4th chapter of Deuteronomy : ' Surely this great nation 4s a wi-e and under standing people.' He was not contented as a Christian,^4. ,shoxi]d ..they be contented .as Jews to Spfeak-bf their race simply as a nation ? It i^-the. aatioa..o.f .all nations ;_ the nation of ligri!;'and' the nation ' of blessing to th? whole world. Israel had claims^, and made claims ?which no otKer nation/had or could make. IsraeL-can.speat; historically a...
New Zealand. LODGE MANUKAU, No. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
New Zealand. LODGE MANUKAl', No. 2k The consecration of the new Masonic Hall, for Lodge Man ukau i No. 24; N. Z. C, took place on the 8th of October, being attended by a large gathering of the Masonic fraternity from Auoklan-i and- the surrounding distrcts. The impressive ceremony of consecration was very ably performed by the Right Worshipful Grand Superintendent Brother A. Bartlett, P. M , assisted by R.W.P.G.M. Brother Malcolm Nicoll, P.M,, and other Grand Lodge officers. Brother the Rev. H. R. Dewsbury performed the duties of Grand Chaplain in a very impressive manner, while Brother G. J. Brown presided at the organ, Brother W. Dunwoodie, P. M., being director of Ceremonies. When the Lodge was closed the floor was cleared, and, the members and the friends assembled to celebrate the. annual social, which was a great success.
OBITUARY. MR. JOSEPH BENJAMIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
?.,..-: OBITUAEY. '-:7: .MR. JOSEPH BENJAMIN. The death is announced of Mr. Joseph Ben jamin, at his late residence, ' Mezrich,' King street, West Melbourne, as taking place on the 20th inst. The deceased gentleman was the j husband of Mrs. Hannah Benjamin (mother of Messrs. Saunders and Mark Benjamin). : MRS. ANDERSON. Mrs. Anderson died at her late residence, *' Estherville,' Eville-place, Albert Park, Mel bourne, on the 20th inst., aged 53 years. She was the mother of Mrs. Shappere and Mr. J. Anderson of this city, and Mrs. Stephenson and Mir. H. Anderson of Adelaide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
THE 8TEYM HOTEL, 1A13LY, ( 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 thataman who has a 'nip 'or two over night need not be afraid of a ' head ' in the morning. One Visit will mikeyLu a Permanent Customer.
THE LODGE OF TRANQUILITY, No. 42. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
THE LOP,GE OF TRANQUILITY, No. 42. The regular monthly meeting. of this Lodge was held, ,on the ;14th instant. Lodge was opened at 7.45 p.m. The W.IV|.j Wor. Bro. Lyndon Carpenter, in the chair. There was a somewhat smallattendance, and apologies were received fiom Wor. Bros. Millner, Ward, and Maerker also from Bro. Costa, I.G., and Bro. Shaw, .Stewaid. A [gentleman was proposed as a candidate xor lnuiauon, ana was Hccepieu, uut w«i-» lui picstia. A candidate for initiation, who . had been accepted at last monthly meeting, was duly initiated by the W.M., with the assistance of Wor. Bro. McKay, Bro. Ppwrie. S.W. Bro. F. Smith, J.W., and V. Wor. Bro. Bretnall, V. Wor. Bro. Dugald Dobie, G.I... of W., was present throughout the eyening, and complimented the W.M. on the goodness of the working. 1 he Treasurer's quarterly statement was read, and showed, the receipts for the quarter at £iS lls. Locge ciused at 9.B0 p.m., and the usual pleasant adjournment to the South fol owed
BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
BALLARAT. The annual distribution of prizes at the Bal larat Hebrew school took place on the 24th inst., at the schoolroom, Barkiey-street, in the presence of a large attendance of parents, and visitors. In the first-class the prize-takers were — Nathaniel Cohen, 1 ; A. Eubinowich, 2 y Jos. H. Cohen, 3 ; while in the second class (which is 'theJhigiiesib) Fanny Ifcubiiiowich was first and d'ux of1 the' school, Jos. Marks: second ; and. Joseph' Cohen third. Other prizes, all of which, were the gifts of Mrs. S. Marks, were awarded ? to; the q ther p u pils unplaced in the foregoing^ lists . Special good conduct prizes, consisting of silver medals and- silver brooches, t'be gif.t'0^:. Mrs^ Ii.;1 Casper,1 were awarded to N*: Oohen^J;. Marks, Re Cohen;, and. :F. Eubino vidchv ... Votes, of thanks .to- .the chairman (,Mr. j.' Bernstein), treasurer, of the congregation,, and to tne' donors aM the 'teacher (Mr. D. H. ijarris) terminated the proceedings. ''? '???' : ' ?
Palestine for the Jews. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
Palestine for-tlp UeWs. Dr. Herzl presMed at Basle, -vhert the Zi-M- ist Congress considered the schemo for ceu^al ising the movement. The central col mittee is to be at Yionna, an-l will co'nprise 23 uremtrcW, representing ail the national groups. A centrai : fund is to be contributed by all the Jews. ? Professor Shanira. of Heidlebprtr ? annkA in f^o. ?'? afternoon, asking for proper guarantees for ? the fund. Subscriptions to this fund is to be '\ the basis of tho franchise for t e election of the dele^at s to the future congress - The afternoon sitting was very stormy, the subject of debate b^ing the election of the' members of the central ^ committee. Dr. Herzl vacated the chair, and ;Uerr Nordau succeeiled him and restored order, when the elections were completed, with the exception of the English and American delegates. Theta was a further debate on finance. It was propos d^O' :- raise £ L0,000;000, and resolved that the central : committee should organise the fund. Reports '...
Sydney Jewish Education Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
Sydney Jewish Education Board. A meeting of the Sydney Jewish Education Board was held on Sunday morning, October 24\ u TtieRey. A. B. Davis presided, the other , members present beiri g— R£vs J . H . Landau ; anf 'P. Philippstein, Messrs. N. S. Cohen, M.; Marks,; E.L. Davis, L. E, Mbss, S. Cohen, A. BKshki, C. P. Hyman, and Jb*. Jviviarus. cor respondence was read and dealt with. Mr. M. A. Cohen, the acting head teacher, reported that the total monthly averages of attendance were — m *u Hebrew Crown- T t } Month School. street. lotal# July ... .:. 157 ... 105 ... 262 August ? 161 ... Ill ... 272. September ... 159 ... 110 ... 268 A letter was read from Mr. Cohen asking for increased remuneration, owing to the extra. work thrown on him by the sickness 6i the head master, IVTr. Pulver. On the motion of Mr. Blashki, great satisfaction was expressed at the way Mr. Cohen had carried on the schools, and it was decided to give him an honorarium to the end of the year. The Revs P. phi lipp...
CORRESPONDENCE. OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
CDRRSSPOHDIKCI OPEN C0L1TMM1. ? — iAll letters sent to the Editor must be written on one .. I side of the paperonly, arid must be accompanied by , i. the writer's, name. This need;not mecessarily be for; ? ,' publication, .except in. such cases as involve questions v ;, of a personal character. We1 do riot hold ourselves ; responsible for,' or even approve of, the opinions ? expressed by our correspondents, but jye wish, in a ' spirit, of fair play, to permit, within certain necessary limits, free discussion. :i- The return^, ; M. S.S. either accepted or rejected is not ^guaranteed. ! . ' ; j To the Editor of The Hebrew Standard). : ' . ; Lismore, October 25, 1897. ^ I Enclosed please find postal note, amount annual subscription. ' N.J.S. . : ? Scone, Oct. 26. I. Enclosed postal note, value three shillings, being subscription to first quarter. Please post regularly to ajddress attached, ' N.H.
Social and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
f&o&af 4trt- i&mtd. The Sabbath Services for children were largely attended, and we urge the parents to encourage the Children to assist oy the regularity of attendance. tte 'address was very suitable and /quite, w$Mn'tne ebniprehensidn of the juveniles. ' ilerhaps : the opportunity will be availed of i byRinteresting some of the young ladfes in the choral services of the Synagogue. tesferS^anley^mi^ins, the son of \Mr. N: J.%irj&aftns,; iolicitbr, Lismore, has been suc-^ cessful 4n Obtaining the highest pass in his ] college; /&t. dairy's, Tumors, obtaining 85 per ; cent, - 'and won ; the gold meclal presented by the college. He i? only 12 years of age. His examination was Theory— Junior Pass. On the Sabbath oillepehtoce. at Perth, Master Sampson was Barmitzvah. He read his^rfton ^ell, and after an address by the Rey;%r;'Freedm;an, repeated in English l$ie[ Criers and Coniniandments. ' ' ; J^jien so muchjinrthe nature of complaint is mader; a...
A Brotherly Hand. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
A Brotherly Hand. 'Twas only a grasp in a hurry — The bustle and business of life, The strong, friendly grip of a brother, As the crowd jostled on in its strife5 ; Bat that grasp left: a lingering feeling Of friendship, encouragement, cheer, And you felt all refreshed and light-hearted Like the world -wasn't all, dark ana drear ; 'Twas only a hearty, warm hand-shake, A grasp with fts greeting so ibland^ Yet. somehow all day seemed the brighter, For. that gTasp of a brotherly hand; 'Twas only a touch in the darkness, When trjals and dangers were rife, A w^rning^ aiguide, a protection, An omen of good *mid the strife ; 'Twas only a hand stretching outward. To beckon, or caution, or cheer, A monitor, piloting upward, A eoun8ellor, faithful and near ; 'Twas: only a. touch in the darkness — That touch ^ had a meaning demand-r^ N o signal so true and unfailing, Like the touch of a brotherly hand. 'Let not Jihajlefti,liand4know what the right hand doeth,' cannot be better exemplified than ...
Jewish Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
Jewish Calendar ' 1897;; ' 5658: Pridayj Nov; -26v. ? ..??.. New Moon , Kislev. Monday, Dec. 20 ............... Ghanuka (Feast of Dedication) day. Friday, Dec. 26.. ? *New Moon, Tibet. 1898-= ^ 5658 Tuesday, Jan. 4. ? Fast of Tebet. Monday, Jan. 24 ? ..-.....;. New Moon, Shebat. Wednesday, Feb. 23 ? * New, Moon, ; Adar., Monday, March 7 ? Fast of Esther. Tuesday, March 8. ... . . ... .. . ... .... P,urim . Thursday, March 24 ? New, Moon, Nissan.. Thursday, April 7. . ......... . . . Passover, 1st day. Wednesday, April 13 ? Passover, 7th day. Saturday, April 23...,. ? .......*New Moon, Iyar. Tuesday, May 10 ? ,??????.?.... ? ? Lagh b'Omer. Sunday, May 22 ? New Moon, Sivan. Friday, May 27- ? Penticost, 1st day Shabouth. Tuesday, June 21 ? *New Moon, Tamuz. Thusrday July 7 ................ .Fast of Tamuz. Wednesday, July 20;.. ? New Moon, Ab. Thursday, July 21 ? Fast of Ab. Friday, Aug. 19. ? * New Moon, Ellul. Saturday, Sep. 17 ? New Year, 5659. * Observed also preceding day.
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
MASSAGE AN D ELECTRICITY. . It Is extremely interesting, but in no way as.toni$hing, that the treatment of certain conditions of disease1 by maisage and electricity should have become so. popular in Europe and America within so^short a period; Our continental friends are, to be credited with ?haying first rnade. the attempt to systematize ' mpvement; cures,' but it cannot be said at the present time that their knowledge in reference to this subject is in any way superior to our own. In Germany the treatment of chronic diseases by massage is extremely valued amongst both; physicians and surgeons of known eminence, and. with the people it is exceedingly popular. In our own country and in our midst it is gradually and surely making way, and in due course tnere can be no doubt that it will create and maintain a position as acurative agent of the very highest valuer We draw the attention of our readers to the advertiser rrient of Mr Saltiel D; Nathan in connection with the above.
In Her Extremity. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
In Her Extremity. ? .(Written specially for The Hebrew Stani-aed,) 0 7 By ' Rulf,' Melbourne. c;.- The sun still shone brightly, but Nature's aspect was ten time's brighter now for Hinda . than it had been a few minutes previously. ' ? 'Hand-in-hand with Herlebn, she sat happily ',. Tb^ his side, listening to his smooth voice, as he ''. talked of all their plans for the future ; of his ; happiness and fortune in having won her, and nfavfiw pmhient under the sun which related to 7 love and lovers. They lingered thus for a long v time, Herleon's dark hair close against Hinda's sunny tresses, 'watching the shadows as they lengthened, and, as far as Hinda was con cerned, painting- the future with ..all the rosy colors of young love. As for Herleon, who shall say of what he /thought, or whether his thoughts were com fortable or no? This, his latest speculation, 'was surely going to turn out well for him, for Hinda was rich and loved him. But did she -; really love him ? he thought, and l...
ON SACRIFICAL EXPIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
OJHSACRIFICAL EXPIATION. Last Saturday was Shobbos Berishus, after 4^usiaal2 services the Roy. A. B. Davis, i fblfchough suffering from a severe cold; delivered ♦ jfche following sermon : — *' To do justic| and judment is more acceptable to the Iiprd tiian Sacrifice.'— Proverbs xxi 3. The attention of our own ...people and that of others Having been recently directed— through : «6ome ac^vertisements in one of . the daily mprn i[ng papers punished in this City^on the subr ^Ject of Sacrificial Necessity, of Vicarious ^Sacrifices, and of Atonement for sin through tlie life-blood of Animals offered on the altar in ^e T?emple of Ancient Jerusalem, Lavail my- self of the opportunity, offered this day when we liave recommenced the Sabbath readings ? opening with the first page of Genesis, the fifsifpage of the Torah, a term derived, from the Tp&5word signifying Enlightment, in order t(06?tiae best L can to enlighten^ my congrega tion: according to the light that is in me, as to the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 29 October 1897
A new advertisement in our columns. ;has. led us' !io- h enquire respecting the firm and the. goods ^yertise^ 'is. I* Quibell's Disinfectants. Messrs' Quibetf krel' large I manufacturing chemists ac Newark, England, eSt'aB- I lished in the year 1814, and their large and |extensite~ I ' works now cover five acres qf . ground. Por the pstst I forty years a separate department (with analytieas f staff at the head) for the manufacturing of sheep dip f and disinfectants has had their special ' attention.. | Quibell's infallible disinfectants claim freedom1 from .all | corrosive and irritant ingredients, may be used in- b temally and applied externally without discomfort pr ¥ injury. We notice they have been- adopted , by t|e- . I Government departments and public institutions ;at I home and throughout the colonies, which ; is alone I sufficient guarantee for their value. For mal-odorus 1 drains, closets, fqr.;clearing. the home of -bugsy fleas I ants all pests, testinonials report .'.the...