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Mr Jacob Epstein. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Mr Jacob Epstein. Mr. Jacob Epstein died on November 10, at his residence, 50 Mary-street, Surry Hills. The funeral services on Friday last were con ducted by the Rev. A. D. Wolinski- Minyan Services were held at the above address each evening. Mrs. Epstein, to whose untiring nursing and devotion we referred in our last issue, has been offered every condolence and Sympathy by her numerous friends.
MEMORIAL TABLET TO MR. PULVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
MEMORIAL TABLET TO MR. PULVER. The children attached to the Hebrew and Sabbath ' Schools are collecting funds to purchase a memorial 'tablet for their late head-master Mr. Louis Pulver. The . hon. treasurer of the fund will be pleased to receive additions to the subscription from past pupils, When the list is closed it is intended to ask for permission ' from the Education Board to have it permanently fixed up in the school-room.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
The Baron De Hirsch Memorial Aid Society. Office - - 683 George-st., Haymarket. President - - Mr. J. L. Dolowitch. Treasurer - - Mr. N. Jacobs. rPHIS Society, established for assisting the humbler X members of the Jewish Faith with small loans, without security or interest, has commenced operations. Application form can be had from the President, at the above office, o,r from Saltiel D. Nathan, Hon. Sec, who will be pleased to receive Donations and Sub scriptions on behalf of the Society at his residence, 236 Bridge Road, Forest Lodge.
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Answers to Correspondents. 'Anxious,' Melbourne. — Your question and answer crowded out this issue. Look, out for a reply early. -Our time is very much taken up. D. Warrilda,N.S.W. — The subscription may be paid ?quarterly if it suits. your convenience. This/year we ?do not make a difference. Postal notes or half-penny' .stamps are preferred. Agents wanted everywhere to' obtain. subscribers. 3?or making a clear complexion stir tivo tea ^pooufuls of flowers of sulphur -iuto .half a pint -of new milk. Let it stand a- while, and then ?rub the face over with it a short time before washing. . ?. ? ? !For many year's the Queen has made it a ^practice to treasure up handkerchiefs worn by -her upon special occasions as mementoes of jthese events ? '' t ? ' ,'??.? If you insure this year in the A. M. P. Society you -will secure a Bonus for 1897. J, B. Youdale Agent.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
? u: an TVDtwn a*un man Declare Ye Among the Nations — Publish and Set Up ? a Standard. 1 ~ ISSUEdHeVERY FRIDAY, BY HARRIS & SON, 219 GEORCHS STREET; 8YD3TEY. Fronting Bridge-street. T~ SUBSCRIPTION. 10s. 6d. PER YEAR. Accounts of Weddings and Burials will be published Free of charge, when they occur in the family of a subscriber ; otherwise a charge will be made of from 2s. 6d. to 10s. 6d. according to length. Accounts not exceeding 20 lines in length will be published free if accompanied with amount of subscription for one year. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1897. As we study the Holy writings, perplexities and difficulties arise which encompass our un derstanding and gather to us great despair. The human mind — the soul— cannot always answer the questions it of necessity asks when these divergencies appear, and when it seeks to follow them to obtain an solution, they lead far beyond the pale of human reason. In our passing along in the routine of every-day life, we are confronte...
Jewish Girls Guild. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Jewish Girls Guild, (To THE EOITOK.) Dear Sir, — I am much surprised at not seeing re ports of the Jewish Girls Guild in your columns. Marly young lady friends of mine seem quite ignorant of its existence, and I fail to obt'ain the least informa tion concerning it. Is it exclusive? If so, will you lend your valuable assistance in forming a society on more general lines, having a very nominal subscription, and which any Jewess may be proud to acknowledge membership—without ftar of being slighted by the ^pretensions of rank or station, Yours respectfully, A JEWESS. Tarn worth, \' ' ' Nov. 8, 1897. Dear Sir, — Please find enclosed 10/6 subscription ?for 'Hebrew Standard, it is a great treat to know what is going on among our own people, when you live in the country, and. I can assure you I quite look forward every Monday for your paper. Yours very truly, Jerilderie, Nov. 10, 1897. (To the Editor.) ~ '' ~ Sir,— Please find enclosed cheque amount £l Is as subscription to the ' Hebrew Sta...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
BIRTH. NELKEN.— November 12, at her residence, Kalisza, Denison-street, Woollahra, the wife of Leo Nelken, of a son. DEATHS. EPSTEIN.— On the 10th November, after a long illness, Jacob Epstein, aged 33 years, at his residence, 50 Mary-street, Surry Hills, leaving a sorrowing widow and six children. BALLIN. — November 17, at the Sydney Hospital, after a long and painful illness, J, H. Ballin, in his 62nd year. THE OF AUSTRALASIA. ALFRED HARRIS, - - EDITOR.
ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Engagement. The engagement is announced of Miss Sadie Goldberg, daughter of the late Abraham' Gold berg, of ''Orient House,', Albeit street,... East Melbourne, to Mr. J. Cohen, of Melbourne. '.V. ' Cyclists will be interested to hear, . that a [French doctor has been investigating the proper nutriment for .a long. distance ride, and has con cluded that' no meat or. other .nitrogenous food should be taken while doing the day's work, but that the ideal refreshment is fruit and milk. He says that if fluid be taken, in frequent rather than long draughts, witli . fruit' when milk cannot be had, the body loses less heat. The horse owes much to the bicycle. It has saved him many a laborious journey, and if, eventually, in conjunction with other mechanical devices, it improves him off the face of the earth the poor beast will enjoy the sleep that knows n no waking and no whacking. But while still in the flesh the horse has cause for gratitude, as exemplified by an incident that occured rece...
Our Victorian Letter. Melbourne, November 15, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
Our Victorian Letter* Melbourne, November 15, 1897. We look forward to your next issue in an ticipation of reading the action which the school- children will take to erect a memorial for their late head -master, Mr. Louis Pulver, and the opportunity Melbournites shall have of joining in. The success of our co-religionists at the last examinations of the Melbourne University has been very decided and encouraging. It is very hard to single out from our many progress ing young people for special notice— they have all done so very well. — ? Miss Emily Sonneberg passed her first; year in Arts and received honors in deductive logic. We were quite right in forecasting the future for Mr. P. Carl de Beer. He has not disap pointed his many well-wishers, having gained third class honors in Chemistry, Part 1. An other^ young man exhibiting a great deal of promise is Mr. Bertram A. Levinson, who was particularly successful in his third year arts, and in passing his second year Law (under new reg...
A Correction. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 19 November 1897
A Correction. (To the Editor of the Hebrew Standard.) Dear Sir. — Thanks very much for your kind local in last weeks issue. I am sorry, however, to say that your authority — so far as I am concerned — is not. very reliable, in fact, beyond a certain amount of success achieved, there is but little truth in his statements. Will you permit me to mention that I have no in ten- tion to pay periodical visits to Condoblin, or any other towns outside Sydney. The intimation published in your widely circulated columns, that I intend doing so, may effect that extensive practice you are good enough to credit me with having. Yours very obediently, SALTIEL D. NATHAN, M. E. and Masseur. Forest Lodge, . ? 15/11/97. .
Jewish Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 26 November 1897
Jewish Calendar. 1897. 5658 Friday, Nov. 26 ? New Moon, Kislev. . Monday, Dec. 20 ? Chanuka (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 ? i...Purim. Thursday, March 24 ? New* Moon, Nissan. Thursday, April 7 ? T?assover, 1st day. Wodnesday, April 18 ? Passover, 7th day. Saturday, April23 ? *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. Let me tell you a secret ' You will never be younger than you are now. ' Insure at once J. B. Youdale.
[?] of the [?] or [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 26 November 1897
*p\r\ naroi,or the rrrqy, or ma to As to the last, it is probably the finest musical setting in the whole of our liturgy. Only music of such angelic sweetness could have kept the words to which it is wedded alive so long. Mr. j. W. B. Abel, of Messrs Abel and Co, one of our leading confectioners first established business in 1891 at 504 George-st, (bub previously was connected with the firm of Abel and Co. Ltd. of St Peters ) is now carrying on business at 180 Pitt-street, Sydney. The class' of goods this firm is known to supply does not need comment — and our co-religionists will do well to call on him for quotations and sample the excellence of the products.
Her Majesty's. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 26 November 1897
Her Majesty's. The historical and romantic play entitled 'A Eoyal Divorce,' has been produced at He? Majesty's Theatre on a lavish scale during t]i$ past week. Scope is afforded for scenic and' costumic display, and a first-class company of capable actors assist in the production. Hence the play goes with admirable smoothness. Mr, Gr. L. Goodman reports business first-rate*.