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EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. The great musical event of the past month is tho oommenooment of periodical concerts by the Victorian Orohestra, tho first having taken place in tho Town Hall on Thursday evening, the 7th of Julv. The concerts have been con-' tinned on every subsequent Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon. Tho new conductor, Mr. Hamilton Clarke, has successfully run tho gauntlet of publics opinion, and is accepted as a oonduotor and musician in whom the utmost confidence can be placed. 'With his orohestra ho is on excellent terms, and everything appears to bo going on. in the most satisfactory manner. The pro grammes of tho first four concerts were unex ceptionable, each containing a symphony by a classical master, relieved by favorite overtures and suites dc ballet. At the fifth a new depar ture was made, the programmo being announced as 'popular,' and including arrangements of English airs, a waltz by Strauss, a quiokstep and other numbers of similar calibre. A go...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WALTZ REFRAIN.—AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

THE WALTZ REFRAIN.— AN APPEAL. I wanted a song for my love, ono day, A song witli a plaintive strain ; And I said, while inspecting a varied array, ' 'What song should a passionate lover convey To his darling, her lovo to gain '!' ?Said the Publisher, as on the counter he leant, ' If on an errand so tender you're bent, This will your end attain. Just look at the simple accompaniment, And the beautiful waltz refrain !' There were ballads that told of the long ago, And lyrics of lovo so true, And nautical songs with a 'yeo ! heave ho !' 'With a smack of tho son, and the watch bolow, As sung by your staunch true bhie. Some ditties woro mournful, some jjlayfully light, Some dismally comic, some joyous and bright j And in some ran a tondor vein ; But stni for some reason not plain to mo quite, They all had a waltz refrain ! O gifted song writers, I'm possibly wrong, But is not tho sentiment false 'Which decrees that in every popular song (Let us hopo that the custom won't last voiy long)...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

QUEENSLAND. In Brisbane, Mr. Charles Santloy has achieved a phenomenal artistic success. It is to bo regretted that speculators bought up the tickots of ono concert and sold thorn by auction, the result of this unnccustomed proceeding being a revolt on the part of the public, who declined to pay moro than the advertised price, and abstained from attending on that occasion. Similar enterprises have been entored upon in the principal, oities of Europe on the occasion of the visit of celebrated artists, but in these cases tho population has been largor, and from many causes amenable to influences not felt in the smaller cGtcrics of Australian society. Mendelssohn's Elijah was performed with im mense success, Mr. Santloy taking the part of the Prophet, and a word of unalloyed i-raiso must be given to the chorus who rendered such a performance possiblo. It is rumored that Mr. Santloy will romain in Australia longer than he first intended, so that all the centres of colonial oivilisation ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

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Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

MUSIC REVIEW. Wu have received from Messrs. W. H. Glon and Co. tho following songs and pianoforto com* positions, published by Messrs. Wiokins and Co., Now Boiul-stroot, London : — La Madrilenn, words by O. H. Nowoombo, musio by Berthold Tours. A simple and effoctivo waltz song, having a compass of only nine notes. Shadow Light, words by 'A Soldier's Daughter,' musio by Madame Sainton Dolby. An effective song for contralto voice, composed expressly for and sung by Madame Christian. Tidings, words by E. Oxenford, music by J. H. Stark. A rather commonplaoe song, having however a fow good points, principally in afford ing vocalists opportunity of exhibiting their command of the upper register. Butterfly Schottisohe, by G. Stcphano. Sim X'licity of melody and good rhythmical qualities, combinod with oaslnoss of oxocntion, will recom mend this composition. The Robort Burns Lancers, by H. Sutherland. Tho tunes associated with tho namo of tho poet Burns : Groon Grow the Rushos, O ; A Man's...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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BEN TROVATO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

BEN TROVATO. Tho selt assuranoo and conceit of somo dabblers in musical art is well illustrated by the following anecdote, which is not without its parallol in moro rooont times : — When tho first copies of Rossini's Giulluumo 'Jell overturo were made, prior to its porfoimanoo at a concert of tho Paris Consorvatoiro, tho composer observed that in tho violoncollo part where four bars with shakes on F sharp occur the copyist had omitted to insert a natural over tho third bar indicating a shako of a semitone instead of a tono. On his attontion being callod to tho omission ho replied, ' Oil, I know it, but it appeared to mo more harmonious ! ' Rossini, like many more Italians, was very rtuporstitious. He avoided -particularly tho n.unber 13 as being unluoky, and would com mence nothing important on a Friday for the same reason. Strange ' to say, ho died on Friday, the 13th of November, 1868. Tho day of his birth was also remarkable, having been on the 29th of February, 1792, and consequ...

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TONIC SOL-FA: ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. III. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

TONIC SOL-FA : ITS HISTORY AND - CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. III. Tho crowning work of Mr. Cunven's life was tho Tonio Sol-fa College, which was ostablishod in 1863, and incorporated in 1875, ' for tho issue of certificates and tho granting of prizes ; for. the holding of conventions and tho delivery of lectures and lessons; and for the educational improvement of the teaohing of tho method.' (CollegeCalendar.)Beforodesoribingparticularly the scopo of the college working, it will. be ad vantageous to glance briofly at the first principles of the method of teaching. Theso.at tho beginning oppose two doctrines common amuiig. orthodox . musicians. ?, Mr. ? J. . ? S. Curwon, .whoso paper, in tho Choir is freolv quoted bolow, says :— _' AVo have no sort of belief in teaching by pitch or by absolute, as distinguished from relative, interval. Tho oho supreme fact, wo say,; boforo which all others, in; vocal music at ' least, must stand aside is key '-relationship.,-. Our first work is to teach t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

mug A very heavy business has been done in silver shares during the month, and the fluctuations have been excessive in some instance. This is due not so much to actual changes in the value of special mines but to Stock Exohange jobbing in shares. The stocks whioh suffered most were British Block, Junction and South. Junotion have been heavily pressed since outset, and dropped 25s. per share, but again recovered ; South fell about 20s., but also had a turn up wards); whilst the following etooks were all more or less influenced : — British Block,' Block 10, Block 14, Broken Hill Proprietary and Central. New North, and Bound Hill have had a very fluctuating market, improving at close. Peel wood have had steady advance, Lower prices have ruled for Block 5, South Extended, Pinnacle Tribute, White Lead and Victoria Cross. In gold mining there has beon an improvement in Star of the East, Working Miners, Pearl, Sham rock and North Johnson's ; lower prices accepted for Egerton, Chesney Cobar...

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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

j There has never been in this colony, or indeed' in any British dependency, 'a more fortunate Treasurer than Mr. Duncan Gillies. He might with truth bo depicted as gracing the crest of a great wave of prosperity which has- swept over Victoria, and' made her not' only tho 'observed of all observers, but unapproaohable by her compeers and rivals for.-'pre^eminenoe. Perhaps it would be unfair to say that our Treasurer has reaped where he has not sown'. . He, in common with all who have helped to steer the. State ship for the last six' years, is entitled to recognition for his: services in assisting to bring about that internal peaco and. sense of . seourity which invariably, result from victories no less renowned than those of wari v'OnjTues- day, tho 30th July, the -Treasurer delivered his ' budget speech in the Assembly. It was looked forward to with considerable public interest; , and he was listoned to in' a full House with marked attention. Hot informed his audionce ; that , tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

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THE VICTORIAN ALLIANCE BREAKFAST . AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

THE VICTORIAN ALLIANCE BREAKFAST . . AT THE TOWN HALL. ?: .:? -Atthe -Town - Hall, ' -Melbourne, .- on the 27th ult., Bevoral hundred Good -Templars and mem ?here of other temporanco organisations met for/ ???'.tho : purpose of partaking of .a broakfast, given under the auspices of the Viotorian Alliance. - The principal visitors and office bearers of the societies were accommodated at a, tablo upon the platform. Mr. J. Munro, M.L.A.,'. ohair man of tho alliance, presidod, and amongst othors, in his immediato Vicinity, were — Mr. J. B. Patterson, Minister of Customs ; Messrs. Illing worth, D. Ham and O. J. Ham, M.L.O.'s; Messrs. Laurona and T, Smith, M.L.A.'s; Miss Aokerman, delegate from America j and Mr. Blaiklook, of London. After the breakfast was over, the chairman asked the meeting to honor the health of The Queen, and the com pany sang the National Anthem. Several speeches wore made, in the course of which, .Mr,. J. Hunt, .chairman qf_ tho. oxeoiitiye of . jtho alliance, ; sa...

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

Fine weathbr, a good attendance and first olass racing wore the features of the July meeting of tho V.A.T.O.j held on 27th July at Caulfleld. The Two-year-old Handicap, was won 'by the favorite. Briton: a full brother to Pakolm? 'who ' came out early in the race, led for nearly the whole of the distance, and finished a length ,in front of Britomarte. ' . Bolton,'.who. opened as * first favorite and reoeded before tho start to tho . outside figure of 8 to 1, won 'the Hurdle Race, tho favorite, Duchess, falling' at . the last hurdle but . one. ... For:', the Murrumbe'ena Handicap a field of 15 horses faced the starter, the winner turning up in that not too' consistent performer, Jebusite, with Dexter second, and the favorite Raoul third. In this race a somewhat serious mistake ocourred, as' DayatarV number ' was hoisted in mistake for ? that of- the second horse. The error was, how over, immediately remedied. Reny, with Mr. W. S. Cox in the saddle, was strongly fanoiod for the Steeple...

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OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. THE ST. JOHN'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIA­TION. _ [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

THE ST. JOHN'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIA- TION. 5- The uaoful Hooioty known as The St. John's Ambulance Asssooiation, whose! proceedings we illustrate in this issue, was founded in 1877 by the Duke of Manchester and the Chapter of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, in England, for the purpose - of ^.disseminating general information as to the preliminary treat ment of the sick and injured. ? In the home, in the street and in the various . diroumstaiiocs of travel, a great deal of needless suffering is caused bythoignorance'of the well meaning, but unskilled persons in whose bare a sick or wounded indi vidual may happon to be placed by accident. Actual Buffering for tho moment, delay of ulti mate recovery, and sometimes mistakes that cause or liaBton death are the result of the want of a little simplo instruction, -which the St. John's society is intended to supply. A simple fracture may be converted into a com pound on even a ' complicated frac ture by rougli handling, or by want of the kn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

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THE LOVER OF MUSIC TO HIS PIANOFORTE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

TflE LOVER OF MUSIC TO HIS PIANO FORTE. - Oh friend, whom glad or grave wo snok, Hoavon-holding shrinp ! I ope tlioe, touch thee, hoar theo spoak, And poace is mine No fairy caskot, tull of bliss. Out values thco j Love only, wakened with a kiss, Moro sweet may be. To thoo, when our full hoarts o'erflow In griefs or joys, Unspeakable emotions owe A fitting voioe ; Mirth flies to thoo, and lovo's unroot, And memory dear, And sorrow, with his tightened broaut, Comes fora tenr. Oh, sinoo fow joys of human mould Thus wait us still, Thrice bless'd bo thine, thou gontle fold Of pence at will ; No ohnngo, no sullennoss, no nhuat, In thoo wo find j Thy unddost voice is evorswoet, — Thino answer, kind, — Loigh Hunt,

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

NEW SOUTH WALES. [Fuom Our correspondent.] During the early wooks of August tho Sydney concert platforms wcro more deserted than they have been for a very long time ; tho Orphous Club, however, concluded thoir second soason with an exceedingly fine ladies' concert, which took place on tho 7th ult. in the large hnll of the Young Men's Christian Association, which is by far the best apartmont for chamber music that we possess in Sydnoy. The pro gramme (whioli was iujudioiously long) . commenced with Schubert's glorious quartot in D minor, which the Zorbini quartet party played in Sydnoy some two years since, and which was superbly interpreted on tho occasion under notiao by Messrs. Rivers Allpress, 'Wentzel, Rico and Straus. Tho exquisite Andqnto con Moto, with the heavenly melody of^ tho same composer, Death and the Maiden, borne upon an under current of rich harmony, was playod to perfection ; and tho execution of the scherzo and trio, firmly led by Mr. Allpress, reflected no less c...

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SHIPPING NEWS HOBSONS BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

HOBSONS BAY. Arrived.— July 26.— N'Near, C. Warnoll, from Port Blakely ; Beocroft, W. Christie, from London. 28.— Antares, ? N. Nienburg, from Froderickstadt. 39. — Johann Kepler, B. Von Appon, from San Fran- ' cisco. 30. — Avenger, J. C. Fergmson, from London; Ellora, Frank II. Boall, from Vancouver. August L.— Dorothea, .J. Bier, from FrodorlckHtadt. 2. — Cuzoo, J. II. F. U. Nixon, R.N.R., from London, &c; Nurnberg, H. Knglebart, from Bremen, -Sc; Nobo, A. Olson, from Christiana. 6.— Rivorina, J. Ev Jebory, from London ; Taupo, O. Elomlng, from Fiji. 7.— Ocoanien. O. Didler, from Marseilles, dec. },— Ballarat, E. Ashdown, from London ; Bancoora, Geo. Brown, from Calcutta. 10. — General Gordon, S. F. Clayton, from London ; Loch Lomond, Thos. ?Davis, ?? from' Glasgow;' -Celtic 'Monarch; ''George Morrison, from Liverpool. 11.— Damascus, A. H. H. Douglas, from London. 12.-Andreta, A. Hoben, from Maryport ; Seafarer, J. N. Jackson, from London ; Kirkcudbrightshire, A. Baxter, f...

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MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

(jSi*S5|5g|!OT tho leaV£'inter.es)ting feature of our EiiteTOlS i ' l'*6861^ (s?^;i8.'a',song-.vqompbsod by iSlX^OIl ''8 Excellency *h° A^'^S-^yewipr*;' 1^'T I Sir William Robinson, ? whioti /will' bo found .well worthy.of tho attention of vocalists on the ? qiii vivo for novelty .combined with excellence , ;.,. . : ,? ;, .;v; Tho nowly formed Society of Musicians of Aus tralasia has been so . sucoesaful as to' havo attracted same1 opposition from certain persons, who apparently imagine that they have a olaim. to dictate totlie: members: as to the rules and constitution^ of -a- 'society 'to Whioh they do not belong. ?'? ' : Besides theportrait of Sir William Robinson, wo give that of ? Dr. ?: Hans von- Btilow, a pianist, of unrivalled ability* and equally, famous as^ttn^ orchestral conductor. ; -.- : . . / , .The. concerts of the Victorian Orchestra pat. have' 'been .-'.commenced during the; past nwhth;., form a .subject: for congratulation among those who'havo-so; earnestly, strive...

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