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THE HAWKESBURY RAILWAY BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

THE HAAVKESBURY RAILWAY BRIDGE. An event of great intercolonial importance was recorded on 30th April by tho formal opening of tho railway bridge over the Hawkesbury River, which forms the last link in a complete chnin of railway communication between the capital? of the four chief colonies of Australin. Official representatives of all othor colonies had been invited to be present, but from unavoidable circumstances Victoria and Queensland were tho only two that could bo represented by members of tho Ministry, Mr. Bow, Minister of Lands, with Mr. M 'In tyre, M.L.A., being present from tho Southern, and Mr. Donaldson, Postmaster General, from tho Northern' colony. Cn arrival of the train on tho [bridge tho. ceremony of de claring itope-.iwas performed by his Excellency Lord Carrington, tho announcement being received with loud cheers. The Hawksbury-bridgo is the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere, and, as regards its foundations, one of the most remnrkablo in tho world. T...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

Messrs. Nicholson and Co., of Collins-street, Molbourno, aro now dovotiug themsolves ex clusively to tho salo of musical instruments, and their handsomo show rooms contain spooimens of pianofortes and organs by tho best makers. Roferonce to thoir advortiHements will show tho variety of instruments and makers. A Lovely COMPU3X10N.— Soft and fair hands and arms insured by using RnwlandH* Kalydor, which removos freckles, tan, sunburn, redness of the skin, and produces a lovely and delicate complexion. Rowlands' Macassar Oil prevents the hair fulling off or turning grey. Ask chemists for Rowlands' articles.— [Auvx.J

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

C. J & T HAM. THIS MERCANTILE FINANCE, TRUSTEES & ACiENCY CO. OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, 45 SWAJSSTO1Y-STREET, MELBOUUNE. LOANS NEGOTIATED. RENTS COLLECTED. 1 ESTATES MANAGED. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCES EFFECTED. ESTABLISHED 1853. COACHING EXTRAORDINARY. £20,000 Spont to Amuso and Interest the People. Since tho 11th October, 1880, Mr. V. J. ItUMNEY'o 'WONDER 'STAGE COACH Has covered no less than 163,595 English ISIilc-s in perfect safety, ami Mr. RUMSEY intends to run it again this year botween UATOHETT'S HOTEL, PICCADILLY,' and' the Hue old cathedral town of ST. AL1JANS. Tho trip is ono that no intelligent colonist visiting England ought to miss; as it will rejoice his heart., purify. his blood, and enlarge his. views, of English scenery and manners. Tuko it down in your noekot book — Mr. ]'. .T. ItUMNEY, thu ' Wonder' Coach, Hatehett's Hotol, Piccadilly, London. HEAQACHEI C ONGEST I O N I CONSTIPATIONI 4'f**!***! * The most jggj...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

AMERICA. Musical entertainments have been' fewer than usual in Boston, owing to, the absence of the Symphony Orchestra,' which is fulfilling ongage ments in New York and ? Philadelphia, and tho postponement of two or three classical chamber concerts. In New York grand opera is being givon, with Madamo Lillio Lohmaim as prima donna, the repertoire including Das Rheingold and Tannhiiuser, by Wagner, Hal6vy's La Juivc, and Vordi's II Trovatore. v At a concert given in New York by tho Boston Symphony Orchestra a new pianoforte concerto in E flat, composed by Hcrr Max 'Vogrich, at ono time resident in Molbourno, was splendidly played by Frattlein Adolo aus der Oho. The work inado a most favorable impression, an intermezzo in particular recommending itself to notico for its beauty and originality. ? An opera bouffe, composed by Richard Staid, of San Francisco, has been produced with suc cess first hi Philadelphia and afterwards in Now York. It is entitled Said Pasha, and tho music is ligh...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

Tbo demand for goods for the general pur poses of consumption' continues to bo fairly sus tained, and although 'nothing of an exceptional character is reported ''in the various markets, still on the whole,' considering the season, trndo may be regarded as 'fairly satisfactory. The importing drapery .houses are also n little busier with their winter demand, but the lateness of the season opening out materially ' checked business in this direction. The lower River Murray trade has opened, and it seems probable that at no distant dato navigation on the other streams will bo available for the transit of wool' arid ...stores to and from the various stations, and this should improve the iin|uii'y. The tenor of our cable messages indi cates that tho lato improvement in tho European wool market is likely to be fully sustained at tlio coining sales. ' The trade demand for tho staple continues brisk, and as ?there are no accummulations of stocks in manufacturers' hands tho prospect is regarde...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

EUROPE. Mr. Cowcn arrived in London in titno to con duct tho. second Philharmonic concert of tho Ncnson, and on his appearance- on tho platform had a splendid reception, indicative not only of a welcomd homo, but of appreciation of tho good artistic work ho had for six months boon doing in Australia. The programme included two numbers familiar to tho Melbourne musical public, namely, Schubert's exquisite unfinished symphony, and Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream music. These and the vocal numbers were conducted by Mr. Oowcn. Joachim the great violinist, performed a now Hitito by Dr. Villiors Stanford conducted by tho composer. Dr. Stanford has employed in thin work the titlos, form, and rhythms of tho old suite movomnnts, but though tho composition is that of a skilful musician it .docs not possess interest . in a dogroo commensurate with its diffi culties. Great micuess was achieved at this couoort by the Norwegian pianist, Madamo ttackcr-Griiudahl, who played the solo portion ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING NEWS. HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

HOKSON'S KAY. AttuiVKi). — May 3.— Ktiplicmin, II. Conn, from Boston ;. Curl \V. Jiowmaiij K. Viuts, from Soura buya; Flour tie Miuirieo, .). Wallccr, .from Port Louis, Mauritius. 4.— Mussilm, Clmx. Krasor, from London, Ac; Chingtu, A. Hunt, from Hnng Kong, ifcc; Cupicn, CJeo. Mutch, from Liverpool : Au tonuio, P. Dubois, from Port Louis, Mauritius. 6. — Sydney, Paul Pellesrin, from Marseilles, Arc.; 7.— Niulilun, .1. H. Statl'mri, from Calcutta. 10.— Oroya, Robert Sluririort, from London ; California, T. II. llapka, from .Saniaraiut, .lava; Vails of Clyde, A. Hurry, from Glasgow. 11. — Sillier, C. Thalen liorsr, from Bremen, itc. 13. — Ocunim, P. S. Tomlin, fWnu London, &c. ; Star of Uussia, .f. Legs, from Antwerp ; Kaiuouhurst, A. Ii. .liigo, from London. 14.— Oucium, ]'. .S. Tomlin, from London. 16.— Karn, Anderson, from Port Louis, Mauritius. 16. — Earn, Anderson, Mauritius. 17. — .Sophie, Ilerbinj*, from Mauritius; Derbyshire, .1. Williams, from Hamburg. 21. — Driimpark...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

TASMANIA. Musio of all sorts and kinds has been going on in Tasmania during tho month. Madamo Jaffa, Unquestionably a very accomplished pianisto, gavo some successful pianoforte recitals, com posed chiefly of classical items, receiving well dosorvod recognition of her high merits as an artiste. Tho Siinoiison English Comio Opera oompany has also pnid us a visit with what may best bo described as a scratch company. The performances embraced the everlasting Maritana, as well as Satanulla, Bohemian Girl, Faust, GiroHo ,Girofla. Some of tho poifor manccswcrc decidedly comio, especially Faust. Mist) Elm Mny, tho sprightly little privui donna, was the life and soul of tho whole thing, and speedily established herself as first favorite. Mr. ^Valshwas tho primo tcnorc and oidy for looking so uncommonly like a lay figure would not have been so bad. The orchostrn wax fairly good for its size, and was conducted with terrific zeal, a la Har.on, by Mr. liarcourt Luc. The Orpheus Club, a local pa...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Great preparations are being made 'for and interest taken in the expected arrival of Mr. Charles Santlcy, who is to appear in concerts and in conjunction with tho Adelaide Musical Association in oratorio. Tho Licdertafel give thoir usualnubscribers' ooncerts, which maintain their already good reputation.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

NHAV SOUTH WALES. In Sydney, Sunday evening concerts continue to lie successfully given, those at tho Criterion theatre being undor the conductorship of M. Kowalski. ard those at Her Majosty's undur that of Signor Hazon. Tho Sydney and Metropolitan Licdertafols give their periodical entertainments, under the conductorship of Messrs. Delany and Allpress respectively, but otherwise music is rather at a standstill. Tho Philharmonic Society is not in a flourish ing condition, and is now without a conductor. Advertisements have been issued inviting applications for tho position, but no selection has yet been made. Tho new organ for tho Town Hall is expootod to arrive in a few months. It will be not only the largest in Australia, but almost tho largest in the world, and the selection of an organist to display its qualities to tho best advantage will soon become a question of moment. It is rumored that negotiations are about to be entered into with Mr. Fred. Archer, the great English organ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSICAL NOTES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

MUSICAL NOTES. -VIOTOBTA. Tho management of tho Princess's Theatre are probably beginning to realise that even tho popularity of Gilbert and Sullivan's operas may bo affected by mediocrity in tho performers. It is an unfortunate and much to be regretted cir cumstance that Miss Nellie Stewart should bo incapacitated by illness from continuing her impersonation of Elsie Maynard in the Yeonion of tho Guard, but royrot for tho absence of a favorite artiste does not rocon cile tho public to tho permanent substitu tion of one M'Jio has no claim to bo considorod a star. Miss May Pollard is a very usoful and painstaking young lady, but is not yet qualified for sustaining prinia donna rMcs, Another weak point in tho cast in the representa tive' of Dame Caruthors (Miss G. Ameris) whoso advent was heralded by an unusual' flourish of trumpets, thus unduly raising public expectations, and v hose perform ance proved in every respect disappointing. The splendid acting of Mr. Elton and Mr. Howard V...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MADAME MELBA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

MADAME MELBA. A portrait is here given of Madame: Melba,' the accomplished vocalist, taken in the .character of Ophelia in the opera, Hamlet, by Ambroise Tlioinas, in which she has recently appeared at the Grand. Opera House in Paris with remarkable suc cess. Melba is anom do tlte&lrc, formed of. a portion of the name of her native citjyMol bourno, just as that of Madame Album wns taken from Albany, her birthplace. Madame Melba is a daughter of Mr. ' David Mitchell, of Melbourne, and is married to Mr. Charles Armstrong, a younger son of a titled family related to ; that of his Excellency Sir William Robinson. Madame Melba is not only a. vocalist and operatic artist of phenomenal powers,' but is a thorough musician and an excellent pianist and organist. She was educated at the Presbyterian Ladies' College, East . Melbourne, where the lady who instructed her in singing failed to discover the remarkable talent and quality of voice possessed by her pupil, and actually taught her...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT EGMONT, N.Z. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

MOUNT EQMONT, N.Z. Mount Egrnout, although not ono of the liighoat inountnius in New Zcalnnd, being only 8300 feet, as against the 9200 of Mount Earn shaw, or the 12,350 foet of Mount Cook, is one of tho moat striking. Unliko tho other mountains, which arc merely a cap stone to a number of grout rangos, piled one on top of the other, Mount Egmont, rises in an almost perfect cone from a bnse 30 miles in diameter. The summit is the crater of an' extinct volcano, which can just be seen under tho mantle of sriow which ? perpet ually covers it. Owing to its peculiar formation, Mount Egmont is a good landmark for a long distance, and it frequently presents some very majestic ? views. It looks best when the clouds are driving past it in ? . heavy weather, for then one very often haB tlie magnificent spectacles of the summit towering white and majestic above the masses of vapor. Like a number of other New Zealand moun tains Egmont is merely the cockney name for it, the true Maori title bein...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TROUBLES OF THE SAMOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

THE TROUBLES OF THE SAMOANS. The San Franeisoo mail steamer Alameda brings the following additional particulars re garding tho present position of affairs at Samoa : — Admiral Kimberley opened up correspondence with Mataafa and Tamasese, and strongly represented to them the folly of Samoans slay ing each other. As a result of the correspon dence letters havo passed between the rival kings, who have agreed to peace pending the conclusion of the Berlin conference. The armies of the opposing monarch s have been dis banded and most of the men have returned to their homes. The steamer Rockten took 450 of the American seamon to Sail Francisco. About 100 remained with the admiral. The United States man of war Nipsic started for Auckland on tho 10th May, accompanied by tho Alert, hut returned to Apia on the 15th, Captain Mullan, finding that the steering gear was unreliable. Owing todiff eronces havingarison between Admiral Kimberley ami Captain Mul lan, the latter asked to bo relieved, and...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TYPHOID CAMP AT THE ALFRED HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

TYPHOID' GAMP AT THE ALFRED HOSPITAL. '' Owing ' to ' tho i mm on ho rato at Avhioh typhoid has boen increasing tho last two or three years it has outgrown tho accommodation at the various hospitals, tho result being that munhorlosH patients havo to bo turned away. To obviate this necessity at tho Alfred Hos pital, whoro plenty of ground is avnilablo, a number of touts havo boon oreotod, in which typhoid patients nro treated, Tho touts stand on the west side, and are 13 in number, including kitchens, &c, and tho noisy or refractory ward. Tho touts aro spnoioiu-, strong and airy struc tures, averaging 40 feot long, nnd nro well floored nnd raised off tho ground. The patients nro nttondcul to on bods ol tho ordinary iron pattern. Everything is kept scrupulously clean I))' nn efficient staff of nurses, who lavish every attention on those placed under their charge. Our illustrations sufficiently explain themselves.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

TASMANIA. The consolidated rcvpnuo returns for April show a doorcase on tho corresponding .month of last year. The figures are : 1889, £54,232 ; 1888, £55,741. , Signor Bernacchi, who purchased Maria Island and laid part of it out as orchard and vineyard, goes to ..England to float a company to extend his operations in the island. The sculling match between Nation and Young, rowed on the 9th May on the Huon River for £50 nsido and the ohamnionship of Tasmania, resulted in Nation winning by 180 yards.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT NORTH MELBOURNE. As the 2.15 train from Williamstown pier to the city was approaching* tho North Melbourne station at about 2.40. p.m .-on tho 17th May, when tho three roar carriages wore a little past tho Coburg junction signal box they wore observed suddenly- to divorgo from the line which theforo part of the train was following. Tho third vehicle from tho end, a large second class American saloon car, seemed to form a bridge for some distance be tween two parallel lines, nnd two ordinary Kccond class compartmontod enrringes behind it begnn running on a lino to the right, whilst the rest of tho train pursued another trnck to tho left. Tho hnulngo of the eiigiuo at length pro duced a strain so great that tho two final vehicles were dragged off tho lino which they were following towards tho other carriages. With great violonco they* were drawn ovor numerous sleepers and rough metalled perma nent way with most destructive consoquence.«. They woro jerked abou...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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