In a report from a Hobart City Council meeting, Alderman Gould says that the Harrington Street cemetery is the only closed Hobart cemetery in good shape. Samuel Benjamin says the Jewish community employs someone to look after the Harrington St cemetery, and suggests that other denominations take better care of their cemeteries.
A critical article of Samuel Benjamin's work as a politican and efforts to reform. Benjamin is referred to as a "jewfish" and the "Temple House Hebrew". The article is mainly about Benjamin's quarrel with Sir John George Davies, who is the son of Mercury founder John Davies (also Jewish).