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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
'?That death should license have to rage among ....... The 'fair, the wise, the virtuous' Death .seems to have marked a great number of our'- 'esteemed co-religionists . recently aud gathered them to the home of their fathers. Poor humanity cannot, even with the strong support of its faith in the mercies of the Most. High hear the strain of parting with those who are so near and so dear as these earthly com pardons have been. How often had the lam ented teacher Mr. Louis Pulver endeavoured - during his life-time to impress the weight, tenderness and munificence of these words : .tub » nw tv npb *i ]ni * ' The Lord, gave and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord,'' But, grief will assert its mastery and once it touches the heart its victory is irremediable; and the more the sympathetic friend endeavours to lessen the burthen, it but recalls the words of the poet Young : But, oh ! against himself his labor turned; The more he comforted the more she mourned : Compas...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
vl-' ',J- ^' ^?PEATTHS. - ,'.; ,: ..*,,, , ?? v ;,.:... EPSTfilNJ^iO'n 'ifhe' xfoih . Npy ember,., ' after a '-Jong;; illhessf.-^ac.ob' ?Epstein;, aged 33 ' years, ' at : his residence;4 53 Mary-street, ^'.ur-ry Hill's^ leaving 'a sori#wi*jgc widow ;, arid six children..- '? v ?.,;,:. , .: -;'1 '?' ? r^.iH'i ? ?? ??,? : -: :??? ? -? . ? 'V -?? ? ? 7^ ? : ? ???? ..'?'?.' i-U OF AUSTRALASIA^ '-' ' *: ALF&D HARRIS, - - EDITOR. Decl&j'e £%e /Among th'e .Nations— Publish, and Set Up !i- :? ?.i::u: .-..-. ? a Standard. ?;...' ; .' .:? ^''?issued ever^Tfriimy, J *; v, ',.;..:??'?:? . r- .BY ? ??? ???' ? ???'?''?? ?'? ?:- ?'? ? 'HARRIS -A' SON, - '; ? : Ma ;: 2I$;'^H0B&^ BTlrBlT^ BTC293EST-;', ,'.-..??.' ; .l''rontui(J JJridijr-atrcet. . '.?'??.'. ?? J'i SUB-SCRIPTION. -TOs. 6d. PER YEAR; ? AccaxiTJts of Weddings and Burials 'will be published' Free-o£.'chnrgi-, when they, occur in the family of. a Bubscri'be'i ;_othenvise.a.chaige will be made of from . 2s. §d, to 1...
Settling Jews in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
Settling Jews in Russia. If the Russian journals are not misinformed, the Zionistic movement will soon be counter acted by a home movement, viz., to keep andri s-trle the Russian Jews in Russia. The t wo- rn ultimillionares of Russia, who - are leadings men among the Russian Jews, Mr. Poljakoff, of St. Petersburg, and Mr. L. Brodsky of? iiiet, diflered in their emigration plans for the Russians. The former wanted them to go to Argentine, and the latter wants them to stay iir, Russia and turn their attention to agriculture and skilled labor. It is maintained by the Russian press that Mr Brodsky, while lately ih ' Paris, convinced the Baroness Hirsch that the ' emigration fund of her deceased husband should be turned to this use, viz., to erect agricultural colleges and schools of handicraft in Russia,: to; establish hereafter Jewish colonies in Russia, only, as was the original plan of the late Baron Hirsch. If this is true, the Russian Jews will find at home the best opportunities t...
Atlanta's Jewish Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
Atlanta's Jewish Wo^en. The ladies of the Jewish Synagogue, with Rafcbi Marx as director and leader of their good and1 charitable work, have accomplished much to their credit, and the sketch of this society is mo&t interesting. The oldest organization of the members^ of the Hebrew congregation, perhaps the oldest of any woman's organization in the city, is the has for its object to relieve Jewish women and children in distress. In March, this society will celebrate its twenty-fifth birthday. Mrs. J. T. Eichberg has been its only President, and fctill ably fills the position. In recent years not only women ard children but a needy Jewish person is aided. The Council of Jewish Women is the out come of the Parliament of Religions held in Chicago at the time of the Columbian Explosion. The primary object of the council is to promote a thorough, systematic and wide spread knowledge of Judaism. Side by side wijbh the religious studies is the philantrophic work. Each section is gui...
Reviews. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
Reviews. On Monday the American Mail brought us a host of Journals ' in Exchange.' Most: of these Journals are not regular in arrival — and it appears as if some back numbers were lost in transit. The Hebrew Standard, (to which we are so frequently indebted for the best of American Jewish writing and news) represents New York, appears as enlarged and photographically illus trated in excellent style, the issue of Sep. 17th, has the portrait of the Hon. Seth Low, ' the citizens' choice for the Mayor of Greater New York.' The Hebrew Standard , has championed : this gentleman's acknow ledged worth and ability in a most successful manner, for this high office. The following issue has the por trait of Lucius Nathan Littauer, M.C., 'one of New York's prominent business men among the Israelites, and a member of the House of Representatives for New York.' We congratulate our contemporary on its success. The Jewish Voice, has a very full account (in detail) of the Zionist Congress. Dr. Herzel...
Mistakes in Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
Mistakes in Marriage. The parents who are more anxious to haye. their daughters marry wealth than character,, will live to see how great was their mistake. Given a poor young man, with a sense oft . honor, and of the true dignity of life, and, as a. husband, he will stand head and shoulders above your wealthy young man, who likes fast horses and loose living. If silly mothers want their daughters to be cheated, let them keep the question of character in the background.
A Popular Baroness [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
A Popular Baroness Baroness William Rothschild; is said to iej the society leader of Frankfort, Germany, and: is one of the most accomplished j influential and admired ladies in Germany She is an intimate friend of the Dowager Empress Frederick, and they have villas adjoining at Kronberg in the mountains, near Hamburg. The Empress Frederick always stops with the Baroness'; ' Willy,' as they call her, when she comes to Frankfort, and they visit, back and forth quite frequently. She is also a great favorite in court circles in, Berlin., and is perhaps the only Jewe?* in GernjanyiwliQ is received everywhere. He£ name is powerful. Whatever she patronizes goes. While she is in manner exclusive she is very gracious and considerate to other people and democratic in her manners. The whole city treats her with respect that amounts almost to reverence, and when one asks about the in tellectual women of Germany her name is always mentioned first, and perhaps that of Mrs. Max Gpldsmith, her dau...
CORRESPONDENCE. OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
[?] OPEN' OQLUMEL All letters sent to the Editor must be written on one side of the paper only, and must be accompanied by the writer's name. This need not necessarily bef- for publication, except in such cases as involve questions of a personal character. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or even approve of, the opinions expressed by our correspondents, but we wish, in a spirit of fair play, to permit, within certain necessary limits, free discussion. The return of M. S. S. either accepted or rejected is not guaranteed.
New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
flew Zealand. No greater evidence could be given \ oi, Me prosperity of: the city of Wellington and the faith of its citizens in its future than the con stantly increasing number of large, handsome bribt warehouses which are rising up month by month. It is our pleasing duty to write of an other almost palatial warehouse which has just' Myers & Co., the well-known importers of glass and general ware, who have been in business ir^ Wellington for the past 20 years. The structure, which stands at the corner of Hunter and Victoria streets, is four stories high, most handsomely designed, and decorated with solid stucco work. The windows and doors have been skilfully decorated. The whole building for up- to elatedness' ard convenience can hardly be, surpassed , and it reflects the greatest credit on all concerned in its erection. The firm of Messrs. Myers & Co. is one of the best known in the city, and' the success which has attended its enterprise in the past will no doubt...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
To the Editor of The Hebrew Standard^. Dear Sir—I noted the advertisment in your columns calling a meeting in connection with the Jubilee of Moses Angel Esq., head-master of the Jews Free School, London, I am proud to acknowledge my in debtedness to this noble instiution and its revered head master, and deeply regret my inability to attend the initial meeting. Several schoolmates — whose names I attach — will be pleased to be of service. We anticipate your columns will have particulars of the progress of the movement. I am, yours respectfully, 'Fredericksburg,' Randwick-rd. A. LEVY. Nov. 9, 1897.
Chevra Keddisha. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
Chevra Keddisha. (To the Editor of The Hebrew Standard.) Sir, — The injewetic treatment meted out to the remains of poor Louis Pulver, the lamentable want of respect— beyond'mere outward * show— ex^iKfed' to so 'wof tHy a member of the Community by those in authority, and the utter ignorance displayed by our ecclesiastical teachers as to the Din in such matters, makes it an imperative duty on the part of the Jewish people of Sydney to establish without delay a Chevra Keddisha whose members will take charge of our dead and see the proper rights are carried out-according to our r*»vf»rerf r*»r*»mnni*»Q anri lawc 'IPnr m«»r/»v cato idnn'f let our money hunger, our grasp for gold and fashion, our humiliating fight for social elevation, blunt all our finer feelings. What nobler sentiment can inspire the human heart than reverence and respect for our dead,, but how conspicuous was it by its absence from the first moment the breath left the body of our truly noble and self-sacrificing head...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 12 November 1897
The Baron De Hirsch Memorial Aid Society. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Office - 683 George-st., Haymarket &nbsp; &nbsp; President - Mr. J. L. Dolowitch. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Treasurer - Mr. N. Jacobs. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THIS Society, established for assisting the humbler members, of the Jewish Faith with small loans, without sec...
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
(To the Editor of the Hebrew Standard,) Dear SiE.— Will you permit me in the first place' to correct a clerical or typographical error that crept in my last weeks letter on this subject, 'injewetie treatment' should have read ' unjudaical treatment.' Now with reference to the propriety of founding such a society, there can be but one opinion. Then why delay ? I have made it my duty during the week to« canvass numbers of people, and can safely say, not one offered the slightest objection, but all expressed willing ness to assist and support so necessary an institution. Yours obediently, A JEW.
Chevra Keddisha. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Chevra Keddisha. (To the Editor of The Hebrew Standard.) Sir.— I am glad there are 'watchmen on the towers scanning the doings of ...'those, in authority .(or who assume themselves authoritie ) in the conduct of our Jewish Communal Affairs. If it be true as one hears on all sides that the mortal remains of our departed devout brother Louis Pulveiy were on the orders of an officer o*f the Synagogue em balmed, that the burial might be delayed till the Suh day merely to ensure the ' outward show exhibited to that worthy,' then it is about time for the Board of Management after making itself acquainted with the din ' in such matters' suggested by your correspondent to mete out the condign punishment to .the person or persons concerned, for so daring to vandalise and defile our Jewish dead. Who ever heard of a Jew living up to his religious principles, as did our late righteous brother, on his demise being treated in this fashion, when we are so strictly inhibited, (and by the Mosaic law...
Should Seats Be Free ? TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD). [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Should Seats Be Free ? To the Editor of The Hebrew Standard). ?' SiR. — On my home-coming I found you had con siderately forwarded me a number of your excellent .papers, which publication as you conduct it, is unque« ' tionably just what Judaism in this part of the world has long languished for; and I sincerely hope you may ' obtain your due reward in more ways than one. To slightly help the pecuniary branch, please enrol me as ' a permanent subscriber, and forward direct to the .??enclosed address. But to the subject. Your correspondent asks -( How shall we advance and perpetnate our religion,' and assert?, ' like every . tiling else (progressing), must keep pace with the . times.' At the risk of being by some considered dogmatic, I must reply that the Bulwark of Judaism during ages . of persecution and oppression to compel its reforma tion and excision, has been the indomitable adherence to its time-honored ritual and ceremonial observances by the rank and file, led by the precept...
Judaism's Great Purpose. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Judaism's Great Purpose. The great purpose of Judaism is not selfish, it is not narrow, exclusive, or dogmatic. It would efface the prejudices against men ; annihilate bigotry and superstition ; do away with tumult and war ; and help along the era of eternal and universal right; binding men and nations with, cords of love, that the whole human race might become one family of brothers. A G-erman bacteriologist of repute, Professor von Leydon, says lie has discovered a bacterium peculiar to mumps. - i ' He is littlest who belittles others. Intelligence is largely in knowing what we do not know. Better a little understanding than much, useless knowledge. Reflection is a key that unlocks the treasures Qf the memory. Act without thought and you are a fool ; think without act and you are a visionary. We can see one way with a little thought, but it usually takes a second or third thought to see the best way. A man likes a woman who shows him that she is clever. Oh, no ; a man likes a woma...
The Old Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
The Old Book. The quick firing is beginning to die out - the smolse is fast clearing off. We are reaching ?the close of another long campaign against the i word of ' Grocl.- Sharp, severe, and unsparing have been the onslaughts of the enemy : his weapons have had ail the- ireshness and' ilsxi-1- bility of modern design, and in many literary quarters many ringing .cheers have greeted every supposed success. ' Now that the shout of battle and the shock of a.rms ' are beginning to cease, it will not be otherwise than interest ing to do as Nebuchadnezzar did in relation to Shadrach, Meshach and Abecbiego. He came near to the mouth of the furnace — and with what result you know. Ho saw 'these men, upon whose bodies the fire had no power, nor was a hair of their head singed, neither were their coats changed, nor the smell of fii\j had passed f-n them.'' A very fair allegory this of the present position of .he word of God — Hebrew Standard. There has been in Hartford, Conn., for the last f...