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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, 14TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

EUROPEAN ITEAIS. ... [From Oun Correspondent..! LONDON, 14th Junk. Up to tho 1st of June, Air. Augustus Harris had an absolute monopoly of Italian opera, and Covent Garden Theatre has been liberally patronised, not only on this account, but be cause of tho excellence of the. comiwnv ho has assembled together, and the artistic and com plete manner in whioh each opera has been placed on tho stage. Aliss Alaclntyro mado an excellent impression as Marguerite in Gounod's Faust, but not even- the brilliant vocalisation of Minn Ella RuhhoM could atone for tho monotony .and laok of interest in Bizet's Les Poohours do Perles, announced by Air. Harris as the composer'H master work, h\it known to have been a failure in Paris, prior to tho production 'of Carmen. Lohengrin attracted a largo attendanco, Aldllo. Nordica making hor first appearanco this season as Elsa, a part she has not essayed before. Sho aohioved muoh success, and her impersona tion was none the worso for recalling that of Chris...

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

NEW ZEALAND. [From Our Correspondent.] Ghiustohuroh. — Tho performances of the Simonscn Opera Company wero, taken as n whole, very . succejsful, Aliss Elsa Alay, tho talented prima donna, having, in particular, made herself a great favorite. An amateur entertainment of a novel description was given in aid of the funds of tho Ambulance Association on two following evenings, 19th and 20th July, taking place in tho Theatre Royal. This oonsistod of - scenes from several operas recently performed in Christohurch, including Patience, Madame Favart, Tho. Sorcerer, IoTantho and The Alikado. A committee, consisting of tho presidents and secretaries of tho various musicnl soeietios undertook the management, and the scenes wero given with scenery and in costumo by a number of .the best local amateurs, accom panied by an orchestra. The entertainment proved both successful and remunerative. Wellington. -Simonsen's opera company com menced a season of throe weeks on tho 5th ult., Miss Elsa Alay a...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

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Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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NAMES OF MUSICAL COMPOSERS ENGIMATICALLY EXPRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

NAMES OF MUSICATjTCOMPOSERS ENIG MATICALLY EXPRESSED. 1. An article of dros^, and a consonant. 2. A part '.at .yourRolf, .jand two-thirds of a 3.' A pronoun, tUreo-f ourths of a trade, 'and a beverage. ? . 4.. A vegetable, a consonant and a cavity. 5. Throe-fourths of a malady.and a motion of tho head. 6. A man s namo and a docroe. 7. A town in Hertfordshire, a proposition and a vowel. 8. A Roman numeral and a Christian name. . ?- 9. Three-fourths of a month, a falsehood and a consonant. 10. A bird and a vowel. 11. Two-thirds of large and a placo''' of trado. 12. A musical instrument, a pronoun and two thirds of a. pinoh.: , Solutions of theTabove aro invited.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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TONIC SOLFA.-ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

TONIC SOLFA. -ITS . HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. II. Tho development of the tonic solfa method has been concurrent with tho educational awaken ing of tho century, with tho risp of temperance societies, mechanics and literary institutes, popular schools of art and sciouco and other schemes for tho intellectual improvement of tho masses. Its founder's one aim was to benefit the people, and for years tho motto at the head of all .his solfa publications was 'Easy, Cheap, True.' Tho method was adopted by social re formers and philanthropists, who taught not for profit, but for thojplcasuro of doing good to others. They were musical amateurs, possessing frequently a maximum of euorgy and a minimum of artistic taste. They could read a tune at sight .witli certainty, by its means, and wero eager to impart to others the same facility and tho samo resource of innocent enjoyment. In 1850 Mr. Curwen wrote a series of papoiH for Casscll's Popular Educator on the system, which spread it far...

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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

'.. -The Legislative Assembly has been (luring the mouth mainly occupied in tho coifeideration of tho Civil Service Aot Amendment Bill. Tho , peculiar terms of the original net created a good deal of friction in its working, but as time went on tho machinery seemed to improve, and many of the difficulties, at first most perplexing, were gradually disappearing. What was of special importance, however, was. that tho undefined, and to somo extent unexpected, claims of cer tain clnssbs of civil servants had to bo met, mid the object could not bo achieved without an amendment of not No. 160. In tho amend ing bill submitted last .session provision was niado preserving to civil. sorvnnts the rights they 'claimed in regard to increments and promotion, but after maturo consideration it was not deemed expedient to re-insort it in the present bill. Tho Government woro of opinion that aot 773 did not tako away any rights from. those olllcora who joiuod the service under aot 160. - Tho officers ...

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AFFAIRS AT SAMOA.A [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

' AFtfAIItS AT SAMOA. . Under dato 15th July from Apia, Mr. x Julian Thomas (the Vagabond), Who is at present ,ona- tour amongst.* the South Soa Islands, writes as ' follows':-—.- X ?'.'./...'.'.?' ,- ;? ;V -i':'. '? ? ';' Poaoe has.notyet brought prosperity to Samoa. Want and famine aro amongst tho ..natives, and ' there is great ' scarcity of food. In particular 'districts of these islands during tho civil war, plantations wore noglooted, and although tho warriors havo noW returned hoina and aro busy at Work, yet, where there has boon no soed timo thero oau bo no harvest. Y 'Amongst tho old' Jiooplo thoro is groat distress, and sovoral havo lied already of starvation. Admiral Klmborloy returned to Apia on the 9th hint, iroin Pango Pango, bringing 15,000 lb. of biscuit and rice from tho American war ship Monongahela, for distribution amongst the distressed natives through tho agency of the Marisfc priests who had appealed to him on behalf of the suffering people. Provisions wero al...

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SKETCHES AT THE HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL. THE HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

SKETCHES AT THE HOMCEOPATHIO HOSPITAL THE , HOAKEO PATHIC HOSPITAL. The akotclies of this popular' institution, . situate on the St. Kilda-road, wliioh arc given ; in anothet- j-art of this month's publication comprise some of the . daily scenes ? to' ho witnessed at the hospital. Thore are always, ; without exception, many applicants for .'nil;, mission into the institution, and .ono , is shown in the sketch as resting just after having/ secured temporary roliof. - The .spneions balcony _ attached to the institution is .lino shown,'- and under this structure ;i pleasant nurt iweleonie r: retreat is found by tlio.se of the patieiits.w'h'o.' are able to wnlk or nit up. The, little groups of patients under, this halcony-; aie amongst the. most familiar* sights which meet the view of pedestrians., and other travellers along the St. JCiMa road, who never fail to recognise the neat and tidy appearance which the institution always pro vents.- Tho whole of 'the nursing in the Iioh pital is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

MUSK^L DIREOTpBY, '''.' * HBRBG.S.do CHANK]Et, ^ PTtOKKHSOR of MUSIC. l'lAnOr-ORaAN.iwd. i ' OalrVifiorm,1' 62 G1iotwynd'-strK-tr~ ' *'? MR. MAX KLEIN, l'lioi-'Esaon of thk violin. Accompaniment Lessons. 2 Loch-buildiugH, Collius-plaue E. MR. SAMUEX. LAMBLE, 1'ItOKESSOR .OF SINGINO, - Allan and Co.'s, Collins-street, or \S'aruecliffc Derby-street, Kow. Tonic Holfa Classes, Monday and Thursday evenings f Thistle Booms, I,ittlo Collins-street. MR. GEORGE PEAKE, PUOFEaSOR OF MUSIO, ORGAN, PIANO ANP SINGING, __,_ ? 183 Coll ins-street Kast. ? WALTER J. TURNER (Organist and Choirmaster, St. l'ttUl'sl'ro-Cathedral Jf rofessor r-f Music Working Men's College), ORUAN, 1JIANO, SINOINCi1. Terius, W. II. tllen and Co., Collins-street. MADAME CARZ.OTTA TASCA, 125 VICTORIA PARADE, ) ? K A ,S T MlilUOU It N K. MR. JVX.XTJS HERZ, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC AND .SINOINU, Conductor of the Metropolitan Lledertafcl, Organist of St. George's, Kast Mt. Kilda. Pupils received at Allan and (.'u.'s and at Orrons r...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

ANSWERS TO OOKRKSPOXDUNT.S. X. J. O'DoxNKr..— You will Hiil llaiuluxfaii-'s - Singing Tutor as useful a book us y -u can olitabi. It is published nuiong the Novell' primer*. U. EM.I.S. — There are several gimil musical papeis published iu England, tliu principal being the jVnxieal Time*, Mvxical Sonirtii, the M i»*iV«{ Sin nilanl and Uie Musical. World. . lNo,UHU-:n.— Tho term elrftwm means n person technically skilled iu performance on some ihhi rn uielit. Thus, if a person should be described us ' more of a rtrtwiso than mi artist, ' it would .signify that heposseHsoil executive accomiilishintiiit.s without a correspond ing amount of iiitclloctinil culture. The word formerly had the same ineimhijr as amateur or dilMaiiti: PIANIST.— The pianoforte is auiupusuil to hare been invented by Cristofori, a native of Padua- in Italy, about the commencement of the 18th century. The . name, formed of two Italian word* inclining respec tively soft and loud, indicates that the distinguishing f...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE ELWOOD SWAMP.—PROGRESS OF THE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

THE ELWOOD SWAMP.— PROGRESS OP THE WORKS. The reclamation works now in progress at the Elwood Swamp will, when completed, place at   the disposal of the public a pleasantly situated and salubrious extent of seaside land, eminently suited for the erection of suburban residences.   Within the last 20 years settlement has made great progress in and around Elwood ; but there have stood the dead back-waters of the' dismal swamp, like Tennyson's brook, existing as if ' for ever,' with this difference — that whereas the Laureate's fountain 'went on,' Elwood's   swamp remained with irritating steadfastness. Now the swamp has got the constabulary order to 'move on,' and it is going,' but slowly and as if reluctantly. The works now in progress are the sub-   ject of two ' contracts— one to form a capa cious channel, : designed' to drain not. only the swamp but the entire surrounding district, and the other to fill up the whole of that portio...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR AUGUST. 1st.—GUIDO PAPINI. Born 1847, at Florence.   Violinist and composer. Principal work a violin school, dedicated to the Duke of Edinburgh. 2nd.—JULES SCHULHOFF. Born 1825, at   Prague. Pianist and composer for the pianoforte. 3rd.—FREDERIC CLAY. Born 1840, in Paris.     Composer of many popular songs, also of operas and cantatas. 4th.—MAXIMILIAN STADLER (Abbe). Born       1748, at Melk, in Lower Austria. Composer and critical writer. Contemporary and friend of Mozart, who dedicated to him one   of his quartets, still known as the Stadler   quartet. Died in Vienna, November, 1883.         5th.—AMBROISE THOMAS. Born 1811, at   Metz. Distinguished operatic composer.     Principal works, Hamlet and Mignon. 6th.—ARTHUR POUGIN. Born 1834, at &n...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Music. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

IjBraisSSalOAV' , tliat Mr. Hamilton (Jlarkc, the EjJkSSgW conductor of the Victorian Orohes Dffl^U *ra- 'las- ari''ve^- alltJ commenced to IBa^Si ' hold rehearsals preparatory to com mencing a series of orchestral concerts in the Town Hall, Melbourne, public expectation is raised in anticipation of a season of artistic gratification similar to that furnished by the Exhibition concerts. Musicians are evidently i' ctermihed to protect themselves from the con stant accession to the ranks of the musical pro fession of comparatively ignorant and incompe tent teachers, and have to this end established the Society of Musicians of Australasia. An account of its formation and intended objects will bo' found in this issue. We give this month two portraits, those of Madaine Trebelli, a cele brated ' European oporatic artist, and Mr. Julius Hern, a musician well k'nown\in- Melbourne. The music for this month is a pretty morccau ilv salon composed by him for the pianoforte, en titled Silver Chi...

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FIRE AT KERR AND COLS SAW MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

FIRE AT KERR AND CO;S SAW MILLS On Saturday morning, 29th June, the premises of Andrew Kerr and Co's saw mills, fronting Therry-street and Franklin-street,- were   discovered to be in flames. The alarm was first given from outside by Mr. 'Whitty, of Mac's Hotel, in Franklin-street, who noticed an unusual glare in the factory as he was going upstairs to bed. The hotel adjoins   the timber yard, but is separated from it by a 6 feet right of way. The alarm of fire was also given through the Telephone Exchange,     at 12.41. The Carlton Brewery and. In surance brigades were promptly on the spot, but the flames had far too strong a hold to bo readily extinguished. The fire evidently ori ginated in the buildings fronting Therry street, and with the strong- northerly wind blowing the piles of sawn timber and flooring boards in the yard, extending to Franklin-street, were quickly ignited. The buildings were old and of a flimsy. character, ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 August 1889

NEW SOUTH WALES. (FllOM OUR COnriESPONDENT.] The. most important musical events of the past month havo naturally, been tho eight fine ballad concerts given by Mr. Santley, at tho Protestant Hall, whioh commenced on Thnrs day, the 4th ult. To those who have known the great English baritone throughout his magnifi cent career as an oratorio and opera singer (both in English and Italian), it has been a disappoint ment that he confined himself almost exclusively to ballads; at the name time, considering' the indifterent standard of musio that exists among the general public in this colony, Air. Santley. has probably done more educational work by showing for 10 days how English songs and . ballads may be rendered to perfection, than, by Hinging Beethoven, Meyerbeer or Wagner for six months. Tho passion he has infused into Toati's For Ever and For Ever, into Gounod's Philosophy of Love, and Hatton's To Anthea ; his dramatic expression in Sohubert'n Erljting, his devotional or elevated sent...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Jacques. — 1. Tho Dead March in Saul was com posed for the orchestra, and therefore all copies for pianoforte or organ are arrangements. It is cus tomary to imitate the roll of tho muffled drum on the organ, but it must of. course be judiciously managed. For performers other than of the first rant it is best to nlav from a SDeeial ai-ransreinonfc having an independent pedal part. That by Mr. W. T. Best is usually considered tho best. 2. Tho Dead March is usually played on Good Friday, anil on the Sunday after the death of any prominent mombor of the Royal Family or person of im portance in connection with the Church. Q. T. S. — Your song shows that you have neither studied the art of composition nor the theory of music. It has no musical valuo, but may be taken as an indication that by means of diligent study you might accomplish something better. Oitoi:. — Mr. Irilttich, of Collins-street, Mol bourno, is a talented performer on the oboe, and an experience...

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