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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 5 November 1897
Answers to Correspondents, K., (North Sydney,) — Much obliged fpu your communication. Should be pleased to receive-your valued criticism each opportunity. M.O. (Norman*on, Q.) —Your request cannot Ve granted. Tae book is not obtainable in Sydney. . P. L. (Sydney) — Write to the President of the Great Synagogue Sydney; Melbourne should suit you quite as well. When we°have the necessary particulars of your second item will write you.
A Boy's Manner. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 5 November 1897
A Boy V Manner. *? His manner is worth a thousand dollars to him.' That is what one of the chief men.. of . the'riatibri lately said about a boy. 'It wouldn't be worth so much to one who meant to be a farmer, or who had no opportunities, but to a young college student with ambitions it-is worth at least a; hundred thousand.' V1 The boy was a distant relative of the man, and had. been brought, up by careful parents in a far-off city. Among other things he had been taught to be friend -y and to think of other persons before himself.. The boy was on a visit to the town where the man lived. They met on the street, and the younger, recognising the elder, promptly went to his side and spoke to him in his cordial, happy, yet respectful way. Of course the man was pleased, and knew that anybody would have been pleased. The sen tence: above was the outcome of it. A little later the boy came into the room just as the man was struggling into ; his overcoat The boy hurried to him, pulled it up b...
The Lutanists. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 5 November 1897
The Lutanists. The .Lutanists held their first instrumental and yoqal reciial in their rooms, George-street, on Tuesday even ing1 last. The' society has only been formed a few months, and this is their initial entertainment. Mr. Thps A. Grills is the honorary conductor, and is to be congratulated on the progre.-s made within so short a period. The audience completely .crowded the room. . MrXH.B. Nelson, 93 York-street, is hon. secretary, and anyone wishing to become a member of the society . should: communicate with him. ; The programme rendered is as follows : — Part I. — Selection, ' Chanson Rustique,' the Lutanists ; mandolin and guitar duet, 'Caroletta Polka,' Miss and Mrs. Hellyer; recitation, 'Banishment of Rosalind' ('As. You Like It'), Miss Aida O. Hatchwellf 'mandolin solo, ' Sounds from the Ball' (Ernest Gillet), Miss Mitchell; Song, ' The Swallows,' Miss Monie; selection, u The Bohemian Girl,' the Lutanists.; song. 'Thou art Mine,' Mr. D. Blaahki; song, ' Thou'rt Not for ...
Our Victorian Letter. MELBOURNE, Nv. 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 5 November 1897
. Qnr\$Ketarf an /iiBttBT. Melbourne, Nv. 2nd. Melbourne. is full of visi ors, among wVom * we specially welcome th^/Revi A. B. Davis, Chief Rabbi of the 0-reafJSynagogue, Sydney *, He attended the East Melbourne Synagogue and read the Haphtorah last Saturday. 4 Mr. Joel 3?rie&man- the secretary and teacher of Hebrew to the St. Kilda Congregation, has been very unwell since the holidays, so the Bev. Mr. Blaubaum has been obliged to under take the teaching. A children's party was I , announced for Simchas Torah evening at Mr. Friedman's residence, but in consequence of that gentleman's -illness it was decided to alter it' for a few nights Py some inadver tance many of the youngsters were not ap prised of the altered evening and were there fore not present. Mr Pried man attended the party and afterwards suffered a relapse. He has. our best wishes for an early return to good health. :-?? ???'* 'Master Ernest Levy i of Hawthorne* passed his 'first year Law examination, and took ...
Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 5 November 1897
Sotes and Comments, - Mr. Benjamin, an active and respected member of the Jewish community in Tasmania^ is yisiting Sydney. ??'«'?? . ?:': Encourage the success of the Sydney Jewishv _ Sabbath Schools by seeing that the children', attend regularly. ? - ?. Th^e grim reaper hast been busy ainoner our' people lately. The report of the ceremony 'rat the con secration of Haslem'3 Greek Cemetery (now . Rook wood,) is from a very old print handed us; by Mr. J. Leveson, Editor of the ' Freemason's ,'' Chronicle.' . ''*:.-' What a record is contained in the .honored , names of the persons since laid to rest, in the. , grounds. .. ., . The Executive of the Sydney Jewish Girl's: Guild may find a useful field for tjiejr labors, .t among the public charitable lnstitutioris. : We understand some Jewish children are inmates of one of these, and that: donations ia kind are much appreciated. ' 'r . . :.. :: A meeting of old Jews Free School boys is- ? convened for Monday next Nov, 8th. at 8 30 pit a...
MISS R. WEISSBERGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
MISS R. WEISSBERGER. A few weeks ago a story reached us as a contribution to our fiction page. The writer, Miss R. Weissberger, is only 16 years of age, but handles her very dramatic scenes in a most finished manner. The iiterest in the characters is maintained till the end — although in places the narrative is disconnected. The length of the story prevents its publication in our * xtremely limited space. Noteing the success our esteemed co-religionist, Mr. S. D. Nathan, is having in connection with~his special mode of treatment of those many affections for which electricity and massage appears the only reliable remedy, we find that he has not jumped suddenly into popularity, but has a solid and enviable reputation. The local newspaper for Condobolin, N.S.W., and dis tricts contains the following : — ' Mr. Saltiel Nathan. — This well-known medical electrician and masseur, who has been on a special professional visit to Condobolin for the past week, left last night for Forbes, en rou...
The Kosher Meat Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
the Kosher Meat Question. There is no excuse for those living in Sydney not consuming kosher meat, which is as cheap as trif a meat, and also helps to keep alive what. orthodox Jews consider an. essential part of religious observance, but also tends to raicse our national health, and to raise the standard of living and culture Jews in England who eat kosher meat are very heavily taxed in a variety or' ways, and the majority have no voice whatever in- the administration of the money they thus pay. In London, there are the cost of the Shomerim, the contri butions to the 8checita Board, and many other elements that tend to make it difficult for the Jewish butcher to sell at prices as low as those which, to their non-Jewish competitors, yield a ffood nront. At the same time their exeen tioral position as monopolists enables them to demand even a higher price than their excep tional expenditure would necessitate, and to treat their customers with a scant courtesy that has helped o drive ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
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BOURNE WARD [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
^BOIJRKEV;WAR;E). - ? ; We have pleasure in 'announcing tliat Mr. Charle ' Collins, J.P..J phptggrapher,, of 394 George-street, ,haS consented to his., nomination as. an alderman for th- - Bourke Ward of 'the municipality of. Sydney.. Our es - teemed co-religioui-t is so well known that we may b ^re of his success, more 'especTaily when su,h an in.e fluential gentlemen as 'Ms-'friends number wok fo his return. - ? ??????- ?? ?-''- '?'??, ?' ' ? Miss Sylvia' Bhickst'o'n is stiil, under. 'medi:4l.' treat-'1, ?rhent and is progressing as' 'favourably' !as! ' may'- be'' expected. ;-.-'?.. ? «-^^wr,^-i«««^-.^-. In connection with t'lie' cerebration of ' The Moses Angel Record Head Mastership,' Mr. J. A. Cohen; the hon. secretary to the committee recently formed to further the movement,- requests us, to saythat he will be- ' pleased if any old Free ;Schpol boys will place them- '- selves in communication .vvith him , at the , Synagogue Chambers, Castlereagh-street, with respect to' the fa...
THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
THE FUNERAL. -The funeral starfced from the Domain entrance ' to ,ihe Sydney Hospital, and proceeded to the the : Schoolrooms, Castlereagh street. There ?Mr. M. A Gob en, B.A., the acting head master, had about 200 boys and girls formed into ' squads' under the especial charge of eleven young ladies and gentlemen (assistant teachers and senior pupils). Without loss of time these took up their position and followed the hearse to the Mortuary Station. About 70 boys proceeded to Necropolis in a' specially reserved carriage,, under the charge of Mr. M. A. Cohai. Mr. Coleman P. Hyman rendered valuable assistance in the general arrangements and walked with the procession. The girls were formed lDto line ' (in charge cf jtady teachers), and witnessed the departure of the train. A great number of chill ren who were not subject to the school arrangements, accom panied their parents to the cemetery. The service at Rookwood was conducted by the Rev. J. H. Landau (in the absence in Victoria of ...
Civic Elections. FITZROY WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
Civic Elections. ?'' ?''?. -.'fltzroy ward. '?.. '. The-candidature of Mr. J. G Moon', one 'of our best !. known 'citizens; has evoked thcpopular a'nd energetic *' support of the majorit) of raepayers of tr at portion of' ' the city. Responsible positions-in the managemen.t of b.ur civic affairs require that men of evenly balanced, judgmentshould only be Selected, and from our know ledge of Mr. Mt on we know that he possesses those-'' q'ualitits which eminently lit. him for the office. !We hope he will be elected. - J- ? ? i:' ??' -??-. '«
U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
U.AO.D. The ceremony of 'Unveiling the Charter' took' place at the Bel more Lodge on Wednesday evening- ? last, in the presence of ti e Grand- Officers ol the Order and a number of influential visitors from sifter lodges. ; The ceremony, which was-- f an imposing character, ' was; very impassively prf -imed by Past Gra/id Ellisr of Newtown; who was a^lv assisted by Grand Guardian? Tapp of the '? Iron Duke'.' The cabineis, one contain- ' ing-the Chatter and Respect Boards rtnd the other for obituary purposes, are ol beautiful design and -work- - manship, and are the gift of P.ist District President ?' Moss Moss, late ot New Zealand, but now a member of' the Belm6re Lodge. ? '