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The Theatres. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
The Theatres. The temperature of the present week is adverse to indoor amusements, nevertheless good audiences have mustered at the various theatres. Her Majesty's. The Royal Divorce is still attracting large audiences, we may sum up our criticism briefly by saying at once that the play is an unequivocal success, and the scenery and effects are as perfect as stage craft can devise.
Zionistic Hallucination. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
Zionistic Hallucination. By Eabbi L. Weiss. That there are some enthusiasts on the Zionistic question that has been of late agitated, is not unnatural. Every question sprung upon the public finds blind supporters. The Rev. S wants a Jewish country, not because prophecy foretold one, or theology infers that we finally will have one, but because the .To TXT1 a Via.\7o nn T^rvvna anrl rV/^KrirlTT f.r* qvm^Itt f.r* frw protection. (Is he not well protected in Pitts burg where he lives ?) ' No matter,' he says, 'of what size that country may be and no matter in what region it may be situated,' but Jews must have a home to be respected. He offers as an illustra tion the Httle Switzerland with its three millions of inhabitants, yet how the Swiss wherever he dwells is honoured and respected, because he has a home and somebody to defend his rights. (How Switzerland could stand up against Germany defending its rights !) This is poor logic. The Chinese belong to a country that has a population...
Memorial to Mr. Pulver. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HEBREW STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
Memorial to Mr. Pulver. (To the Editor of The Hebrew Standard.) Sir, — In reference to the loss the community has recently sustained by the death of Mr. Louis Pulver, I would like to make a suggestion. A proposition has been made, and rightly so, that a memorial should be erected by us to mark in a lasting manner our sense of Mr. Pulver's undeniable generosity and goodness. As his deeds of kindness are known to all' of us, as his knowledge and capacity were matters of public' admiration, and as he has in numberless ways bene fitted those with whom came in contact during his lifetime, it seems only fitting that such a recognition of his good name should be made. ?? My suggestion is that this memorial should be of srch a nature that .'it will carry on Mr. Pulver's benificent influence although he'is dead, and that he will be remembered by those with whom he has been associated, as a mau ot good works. An endowed bed in a Hospital, suitably inscribed, would, it seems tc me, be far the ...
Chevra Kaddisha. To the Editor of the Hebrew Standards [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
Ghevra Kaddisha. To the Editor of the Hebrew Standard.* ?Sir,,— The. explanatory (?) paragraph re the Tara of the late Mr. Pulver as appears in your last issued Standard is a sorrily lame attempt to extenuate the most heinous wrong anyone could have done post mortem to any Jew, the more so in the instance of such a devout righteous one. ' ~ And I consider it an aggravating feature the trying to partially justify such action, by petting behind such a cobweb shelter excuse as 'this Miss Pulver Sanctioned, etc.' This very ' sanctioning' of the act proves its not having emanated trom her suggestion. As a personal intimate friend of the late gentleman and his sister, I will make stake tc say that those whose duty it should have been to refuse the allowance of such desecration had the wish even emanated in the first instance from Miss Pulver. by first explaining (if they knew) our laws on the subject, and then, if per sisted in, point blank refusing to be privy to such ?ct of defilement a...
THE WEALTH OF THE JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
THE WEALTH OF THE TEWS. The 'Statist' introduce a list of the wills of wealthy Jews, extending fro;m 1879 to this year, with the following remarks ;?— -' It has for a Ion? time been a common idea that the Jews as a people are much richer than others. Sometimes the average of the wealth of the Jewish community is put at twice or thrpf timfis or five times as much as that- of other people. Now and then the exact figures — which, of course, are not ascertainable — are purported to be given precisely. The opinion of many well-informed Jews is that as a people they are not rich, and that the averagej if it could be taken, would come out below that of other communities. There are probably a larger number of very poor among the Jews than among any other class, excepting, perhaps, the Roman Catholics in some districts. Even among the middle glass it is doubtful if the average is equal to that of the same classes among some other communities. There are doubtless some very rich Jews in this c...
South Africa. Port Elizabeth, Sept. 20th, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
South Africa, Port Elizabeth, Sept. 20th, 1897. The Kev. J . Phillips, late Minister of the Sunderland Hebrew Congregation, arrived here by the R.M.S. ' Tantallon Castle ' on Sunday Sept. 12th, to take lip his new duties as Minis ter of this Congregation. He was met on board by Messrs. M. Gumpert and H. L. Burman, Wardens, and a reception committee. The following address was presented to Mr. Phillips in a neat speech, by Mr. M. Gumpert, on behalf of the congregation : — The Reveend J. Phillips* Reverend and Dear Sir, On behalf of our congregation, we have pleasure in extending to you a hearty welcome on you arrival at the scene of your future min strations, and trust you have had a pleasant journey, and will enter on your labours here invigorated in health and under the most favourable auspices. We have read with much pleasure of the valedictory occurrence prior to ! your leaving Sunderland, and judge from same that your recent congiegation are parting with you with much regret. We ...
Correspondence. OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
Correspondence, OPEN COLUMN. 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 be 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 oui: correspondents, but we wish, in a ' spirit of fair play, to permit, within certain c .necessary limits, free discussion. The return of M. S. S. either accepted or rejected is not guaranteed.
Where the Poses Grew. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
Where tfye Boses Grew. This is where the roses grew, In the summer that is gone ; Fairer bloom nor richer hue Never summer shone upon ; Oh ihe glories vanished hence ! Oh the sad imperfect tense ! This is where the ?oscs grew When the July d-ays were long, When the garden all day through ' ' Echoed with delight and song ; Hark! the dead and broken stalks Eddying down the windy walk. Never was a desert waste, Where no blossom-life is born, Half fo drear.y and vmbiest, Half so handsome and forlorn, Since in this we dimly, see All the bliss that used to be !-? Where the roses U3ed to grow, - And the west wind's wailing words. Tell in whispers faint and low Of the famished humming birds, Of the bees which search in vain For the honey cell again.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
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Patience. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
Patience. Be patient ! Easy words to speak While plenty fills the cup of life, ?? While health brings roses to the cheek, Anci far removed are care and strife. Falling so glibly from the tongue . ? Of those— I often think of this— Whom suffering has never wrung, Who scarcely know What patience is* - Be patient ! When the suff'rer lies Prostrate beneath some fell disease, And longs, through torturing agonies, Only for one short hour of ease,. . Be patient ! When the weary brain - Is racked with thought and anxious care ? ? And troubles in an end less train Seem almost more than it can bear. To feel the torture of delay. The agony of hope deferred ; To labor still from day to day, The prize unwon, the prayer unheard. And still to hope, and strive and wait '' The due reward for fortune's kiss ; This is to almost conquer fate. This is to learn what patience is. Despair not ! though the clouds are dark. And storm and danger veil the sky ; Let faith and courage guide the bark. The storm w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
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Our Victorian Letter. MELBOURNE Nov. 29, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Hebrew Standard of Australasia — 3 December 1897
[?] Melbourne Nov. 29, 1897. I wish it were possible to adaquetly describe the ruins of the great fire. The sight; is well worth inspection, .and it seems incredible that such destruction could take place in a modern city. Many blame the fire brigade authorities, and much comment is indulged in as to the result of the coroner's inquiry. ' On the 24th November, at Government House, Melbourne, Mdlle. Dreyfus delivered the last of the fifth scries of lectures on French Literature, by the analysis of ' Tartuffe ' At the conclusion of the lecture Mdlle Dreyfus thanked Lord and Lady Brassey for their patronage and kind hospitality, and in thanking the audience she referred to the pride she felt in having succeeded in retaining their atten dance for five consecutive series, and attributed her success principally if not exclusively to their indulgent sympathy, In acknowledging the address His Excellency congratulated Mdlle. Dreyfus on the excellent results attained since her arrival in Vict...