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THEATRE PHOTOGRAPHY.—LACIGALE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THEATRE PHOTOGRAPHY.— LA OIGALE. Photography is a legitimate art, and one that in many respects -is different to all others. Nearly all who have taken it up eithor as a pastime or professionally have striven to achieve some result out of the ordinary, and conse quently few arts have mado greater advanoos during the past decade. Many scientists confi dently incline to the belief that the day is not far distant when the colors of nature itself will be indelibly imprinted on paper, and even now some wonderful results towards this have been exhibited. Edison's electrical discoveries are not now considered ' more wonderful than 'photography in colors' will be a few years after its attainment, yet before he astonished the world ninety-nine out of a hun dred persons said his prognostications were those of a dreamer. Even in photography he has ' made a name,' and shown results of an astounding nature. Others, more wonderful still, are promised, and there is little doubt that the possibiliti...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

TH.E WINPS.OR TRAQE.D.Y. (From a Photograph by J. R. Mann, O. E.) ROOM IN HOUSE AT WINDSOR WHERE THE BODY WAS DISCOVERED ROOM IN HOUSE AT WINDSOR WHERE THE BODY WAS DISCOVERED

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTRAIT OF WOMAN MURDERED AT RAINHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

PORTRAIT OF WOMAN MURDERED AT ... .- ?„- RAINHILi; ..v'-..'

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANDING AT APOLIMA, SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

LANDING AT APOLIMA, SOUTH - SEA ISLANDS. ? The island of Apolima is one of the moot beautiful * and inaccessible spots in the South Seas. The following- seleotion from an article by ' The Vagabond ' convoys a graph io account of the difficulties of effecting a land ing :— -'I hope every traveller who may follow me to Samoa will visit Manono, where, the time of famine being past, he will see an industrious happy people, and be able to enjoy life fact Samoa, arid not tainted, as it is at Apia, with German lager beer saloon morality. He will be thrice happy too if he can visit the neigh boring island of Apolima, whioh lies to the north-east in tho centre of the Straits of Savaii, having a commanding position in dominating' all the traffic trom the south botweon that island and Upolu. Apolima is a place very seldom visited by white people. Mr. Churchward, who was for years consul hero, and has written a book on Samoa, never saw it except in passing. No English naval officer has visitod ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. OUR COLORED ILLUSTRATION. AN AUSTRALIAN NATIVES CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

OUR COLORED ILLUSTRATION. AN AUSTRALIAN NATIVES CON VENTION. 'With this issue of the Illustrated Aus tralian News we present to our subscribers an admirably excouted chromo of an original sketch by Mr. J. Maofarlane, en titled An Australian Native Convention. The central idea or motive of the picture is essentially felicitous, and the details are worked out with tnuoh artistio excellence. It represents a young girl in the act of feeding her pets, which inolude a kangaroo, a native companion, a cockatoo and a magpie. Beyond them is seon the open country stretching away some distance as far as the fringe of the forest, which mcots;tho horizon. The girl presents many of the character istics of one of Australia's fair young daughters. Beside her are thrown her hat and mantle, together with a book whioh sho has evidently carried with hor to read in the bright sunshine, surrounded with all the accessories of an Aus tralian soene of sylvan beauty and picturesque ness under the most favorab...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MRS. HUMPHRY WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

MRS. ' HUMPHRY WARD. Mrs. Humphry Ward, . whose new novel, DavidOrieve, is the literary e.vent of the hour, is honorably distinguished; among . contemporary writers of Hot ion by the bIowhobb of her output. It is not likely that she will 'overwrite' her self.. .Certainly, she ? will never put out any woik which she has. not brought to tho utmost state-, of .finish, which conscientious work can secure; ;. Her earliest book was a children's story entitled Milly and Oily ; or, A Holiday Ainony the Mountains. It appeared in 1880. Some four yeais later lit ins Bretherton was published, and attracted considerable . attention. Tho heroine is.au actress, and it was rumored at the time that Miss Mary Anderson was the modol from .which- some of her characteristics- wore drawn.' In 1885 Mrs. -Ward's ?? trans lation, with an introduction, ?; of . Amiel's Journal was published; and Robert Elamerc followed in 1888. Robert Elsmerc was, ay everybody knows,, a '.tremendous succesd. In five months ' ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTRAIT OF WILLIAMS, [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

PORTRAIT OF WILLIAMS, From Photograph and Description by a Feuow Passenger.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NAVAL COMMANDANT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THE NAVAL COMMANDANT. We present herewith a portrait of Captain Riohard White, who has succeeded Captain Maun in the command of the Victorian Naval Forces. He arrived by the R. M.S. Orizaba last month, and . has lost no time in assuming the responsibilities of his .: position. Captain White, though comparatively young in years, can point to a career not undistinguished by merit. He entered tho navy as a oadet in 1862, and was promoted to a sub-lioutenancy six years later, rising to the rank, of lieutenant in 1872. He was lioutenant in the Charybidis when that vessel was engaged in punishing some native outrages in the, Lurgie and LukaH Rivers, and he was awarded the Perak medal for services rendered on that oocasion. He subsequently, served on the China station aa commander ; of the - Porpoise, and was recently promoted to the rank of post captain. . He is about 40 years of age and a bachelor. Mr. ,G. E. Mannering, a well known' mountainer in Now Zealand; with two com panions, succe...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FASHIONABLE BLOUSE BODICES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

FASHIONABLE BLOUSE BODICES. JJlouso bodices seem to supply a long felt want. Thoy are useful at all seasons and there is little likelihood of their. going out of fashion. In England tho influenza scare has caused many ladies to esohew low bodices for theatre wear, and all manner of pretty theatre jaokets and bodioes have been prepared to take their place 'With a smart jaoket or bodico of the blouse order ono only needs a plain skirt of dark silk or satin, and -the fashion has become so popular that theatre and evening jaokots are now in general request. Many of thorn havo the nook out out in a pointed or squaro shape, but' those ohosen for illustration in those columns arc high to tho throat and are admirably adapted for homo wear in thoovonings. The illustration given is a oh arm ing blouse in salmon pink surah, with a laaeyoke; thesleovcsbeingintorlaccdwithnarrow ribbon to matoh. This blouse has a blaok band with a jet olasp at the waist. For cold weather these garmonts are mado i...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA. -DESCENT INTO THIS CRATER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA.— DESCENT INTO THE CRATER. By H. S. H. We have been in Honolulu a fortnight, stay ing at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, whero, wp have very comfortable quarters ; wo have visited all tho places of interest in and about tho city, Pearl Harbor, the Pali, the extinct volcano of Puowaina (Punchbowl), ostrich farm at Diamond Head, Waikiki, &c; the last named in the great bathing resort , of Honolulu, whore evory day we saw ladies and gontlemen and kanakas, old women find young girls, all sporting in the waves. It is one of the pkasantest places for seaside bathing that any one can imagine. Dressing' rooms are built along the beach, . and bathing suits may bo rented, but most people prefer hav ing their own, of courso, keeping them at Waikiki Villa, tho suburban -branch of tho Hawaiian Hotel. Tlioro, too, is a Toboggan slide erected high up on tho shore and running far out over the water, whero bathers come down on tho 'plank 'and shoot into tho sea. There is a g...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

The first day's racing in connection with the Autumn meeting of tho Victoria Racing Olub was helil at Flemington on 27th Feb., but although the weathor could not have been more favorable the attendance was below the avernge of previous St. Loger days. Mr. W. A. Long's filly, Lady Erida, won the Hopeful Striken,, followed by Arquebus und Templestowe, and the St. Leger fell to the favorite, Mr. W. R. Wilson's New Zealand bred colt Strathmore, by Nordenfelt — Frailty, -with Oxide second and La Tosca third. Strathmore now enjoys the distinction of being the only oolt that has ever won the CaulfieM Guineas and the Victoria Derby and St. Loger. The interest of the general public, who care little for the classic races, with their comparatively small fields, was centred in the Newmarket Handicap, for which 33 horses started. Pygmalion, the favorite, ran very badly,' finishing far back amongst the beaten division^' tho race being won by Mr. W. Sayer's mare, -Wild Rose; 4 years, by Newminster...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

ffijggMafl Tho: most interesting dramatic event of the month has been the arrival of Mrs. Uornn.nl Beere in Melbourne, accompanied by tho London ' Dramatic Company. They were accorded a very enthusiastic welcome, and were met and conveyed across to St. Kilda by tho steamer Ozone, on board of which assembled a large orowd of professionals and those associated with : art and literature in the metropolis. Mrs. TSeero made her ddbut before an Australian audience : on Saturday, the 19th March, and was acoorded ; a right hearty reception. She selected for the occasion adramatised version of Phillips's novel, As in a Looking Glass. As Mrs. Despard, the part in' whioh she gained so much eclat at homo, she was an unequivooal success, as was at tested: by the reiterated and enthu siastic applause of one of the most bril liant and oritioal audiences ever assembled in the Opera House. M. Marius and Mr. Stand ing were also greatly applauded, and the minor members of the company should be well sa...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHAMPION CHESS PLAYER OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THE CHAMPION CHESS EL&YER-OF— ^, THE WORLET. ... '.?;.?;- William Steinitz was ,.born- at. Prague,' 'in. v Austria, on the 18th May,/1837^ and.soon gained a roputation in his na^iVo towqTpp^f^hoBfi} player. In 1858 he repaired, -to Yienna, and during his residonce theroNiidyn.qtr-fail-toutake'C advantage of . opportunities thaj^^aineJ^J3w»» way for improving his play. InT;ttB^tonrKS^ ment of the Vienna Choss Sooiety in 1859 he won the third prize, in I860 the second, and in 1861 the first.. In the following year he journeyed to . London to take part in the international ohess tournament in that city. Although' he gained only( the ; sixth and last prize, Steinitz was declared by the first prize taker, Professor _ Anderssen, to have made the best display' of the game, whilst he was spoken of by , Lord .Ravens worth as. tho brilliant Austrian i champion. Steinitz'' took up his residence in London, and undertook the editing of,' the chess' columns in .the JField, which under his...

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THE NEW ACTING RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THE NEW ACTING RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. -From PHorooBArHs by Messes. Johnstonb, O'Shannkssy and Co. \MrT\ttTl$\N'a$ cmiyty/ \MrT\ttTl$\N'a$ cmiyty/ -VfrVSn.nmHE -VfrVSn.nmHE JirT-HEMhTlCK JirT-HEMhTlCK

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THE VICTORIAN FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THE VICTORIAN FISHERIES. ? Captain Andorson, Inspector of Fisheries, has presented his annual report to the Secretary for Customs. From this it appears the industry has steadily increased, and has now reached the approximate yearly value of £78,220, as com pared with; £70,809 for the yoar 1889. The total weight of fish sold in Melbourne and Bal larat markets during 1891 was 2993 tons, not including, crayfish. A considerable increase is noted in the number of men employed, and also in the boats and the gear used, tho respective ?numbers being— men- 883 and boats 625. Tho value of the boats is estimated at £20,284, and that of the nets and gear £13,229, making a total value of £33,513. Tho quantity of fish sold in the Melbourne market in good condition is sot down at 201,927 baskots, being an inorease ? of 61,283 baskets on the number sold in 1889, whilst the quantity of fish condemned has deoroased by 1472 baskets. . Cray flailing, tho inspeotor says, has been vigorously proseouted, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE. -IFkom Photookavhs by J. R. Mann, O. E.) Bowen- Street Building. Bowen- Street Building. Latkobe-Strkkt Building. Latkobe-Strkkt Building.

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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. On tho 3rd March a report was made at the South Yarra police station to tho effect that decomposing human remains had been found buried under a hearthstono in the front room of a house at 57 Androwa-stroet, Windsor. Tho stench in thoapartment was intolerable, and that a crime of a very diabolical character had been committed scorned to be beyond all possible doubt. Tho messenger was Mr. J. W. Stamford, tlio sou of the owner' of tho house, Mr. John Stamford, who carries on business as a butcher in High-street, Wind aor. Sergeant O'Loughlen at once despatched Constables Webster and Kinniberg to tho place indicated to make inquiries, and to unearth the remains. After about two hours' work with pick and ; shovel the constables re moved tho hearthstone. This done, they encountered in the course of their investigation a slate slab, which was cemented in. It was held ih position by a compact mass of cement, and underneath lay portions of the body of an adult person who...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

?i iH^ INDISPUTABLE § M SUPERIORITY 1 1 B DR. REDWOOD. Ph.D., F.C.S., F.I.C., | f ?^ 'My analytical and practical experience of ^ ft ?j| 'PEARS' SOAP now extends , over a very § A ?^ ' lengthened period — nearly fifty years — fc ^ ?^ ''during which time ^ %? ?I 'I have never come across another 1/1 ?I 'TOILET SOAP which so closely Ml «| 'realises my ideal of perfection; i/| ?^ I 'its purity is such that it may be used with li^ 1 IJcsl ' perfect confidence upon the tenderest and lai/ i ?^| 'most sensitive skin- EVEN THAT OF A *i^| ?|M 'NEW BORN BABX JE^I THE CITY OF MELBOUIU&E BUILDING rBQCJETY. ? 1 18 Elizabeth-street; ?';,?'..------ : ? . 'V:--\' . PBESIDENT : HON. ALFBED DEAKIN, M.L.A. . -\ \ « \ INVBSTIN O S HABIS X S S 17 XD X- W£% ' V.' , I INTEREST ON DEPOSITS : 'o ^ *'* :- ., ? s/ 18 months ? i .; .. _ « \—^ ? :-^._6tJ-er-ceiifc v .y 1 . - o «--.. .. ?„ ^. _ , „ ^ ??'?.:?. « ?,?.,;? iii v ??,&? -^ cKw'. 'v-' ./? 3 .do. . _? «,' _ ??„.-„?? „- _ ?~1--^V.^' F;:do...

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THE WEST MELBOURNE DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

THE WEST MELBOURNE DOCK. Our sketch of the West Melbourne Dock con-' veys an adequate' idea of the present condition of tho immense undertaking whioh is in tho course of being carried out by the Harbor Trust authorities to provide ample accommodation for tho shipping of tho port. Indeed, it is doubtful whether the dock is not far in advance of the requirements of our trado for tho next 25 years, and tliore is a couoonsus of opinion in tho ship ping trado that the groat basin with its ainplo wharfago facilities [and liberal storage advan tagos in tho way of warehouse's, which will ulti matoly bo provided, aro hardly likely to bo used to their full extent for many yonrs to oorao. Bo thU as ic mny, the duck will certainly be a splendid addition to tho shipping convo niencos of the port, and whether tho benefit of its construction is to bo felt immediately or hereafter, it remains a protected area for the un loading aud loading of ships, the equal of which fow cities in tho world can bo...

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