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A GARLAND OF ROSES (words from the German.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

A GARLAND OF ROSES     (Words from the German) [music by] Sir Wm. F. C. Robinson v^;:,-. ? -v?*/

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

THE WEST MELBOURNE DOCK. The new dook now being constructed at West Melbourne by the Melbourne Harbor Trust will, when oompleted, form a valuable addition to tho accessories of tho port. For many years 'Bat- man's Swamp' has boon an uclv blot on the surface ? of -tho oity, ? and, from/.-' time ' to time, ' : : various -suggestions have been made for its reclamation and utilisation. Tho^ dock now ?'. being built by. tho Harbor' Trust absorbs a i-or- tipn of this extensive morass, and -'.to, no moro useful purpose could the site, be devoted. The new dook will be oloae to1 the shipping in the Yarra, and adjaoent to the Spencer-street rail way. terminus, and contiguous ? to what maybe regard od as the'oommeroial quarter of tho oity. Tlio doak will bb bounded on the north by Dudley-stroet, on the south by the railway line running from Sponoer-street to the north bank of the Yarra, west of the Metropolitan Gas Company's works ; on the, south-west by the river, and on the east by Spencer-s...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH MUSIC IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 September 1889

CHURCH MUSIC IN AUSTRALIA. Of the various religious bodies to which Aus tralians give their allegiance, there are two which should stand foith pro eminently aboNO the rest in the excellence of their musicil ser vices. Looking at the past history of the chinches, one would say that a Msitor to our shores desirous of hearing church musio at its bost would repair with confidence to one of the principal buildings belonging to the Anglican or the Roman Catholic ohurch. Music has always held a high place in the services of the Ohurch of Rome, anil, if we except the age of whitewash and throe deckers, the same is true of the Ohurch of England, s,o that our supposed visitor would naturally expect to find that m the capital oities of this conti nent, with their many -fino churches, so liberally Bupported'by the' freewill offerings:of their con gregationa,1 no stone had been !- left' unturned ' to niake'ttie music' in those churches worthy of the traditions 6f-: theIrgreat' ecolbsiastical7 bo...

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

VERDI. '' Qiusoppo -Verdi, whose portrait is hero givon, -is undoubtedly the greatest Italian operatic com poser of the 19th century. He was born on tho 10th Ootober, 1813, at I.q Roncole, noar Biissoto, in Italy, and 'his parents were of the peasant class, keeping .a small inn in a village inhabited by about 200 laborors. His fondness for musio showed itsolf.at 'a very oarly age, and when 7 years old he was placed undor the tuition of tho villagd organist, who at tho end of one year announced that his pupil had loarncd all that he oould teaoh him. Two years later the young jnusioian took tho plaoo of . his formor master as organist, at an annual salary of £1 8s. 10d., increased the seoohd year* to dBl 12s., and at tho same timo attended a sohool at tho neighboring town of Bussoto. . This appears to have been an essentially musical place, sinoo it possessed a I'hilharmonio sooiety and many [good musical amateurs, among others r Signor Barezzi, who, becoming acquainted with the geniu...

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

DR. CROTCH ON MUSIC. - . Tho following, is an..oxtraot .from _a lecture dolivbred'by'Dr.' Crotch, at tho Royal Institu tion, Jin 1820 : — 'Tho studont should distiust his own taste, and also that of any master V-who advises a scholar to copy him exclusively. Ho;, must, distrust tlie oracles of fashion. Fashion, can operate neither as a guide, nor yot as a beacon, being sometimes right and somotimes wrong. ; Ho must carefully distinguish applause from 'fame. The first* may be given from various causes, indopondont of merit, and may be only /temporary; while fame is the con solidated opinion of-tho best judges, inoicasing from year to year, till in the .lapse of time it boats down as it rolls' along the opposition whioh interest, prejudice, or fashion , may havo raised. ' The works of the best auciont masters stand on this firm foundation, and therefore ought to bo the student's chief study. ? If ho does not, admiro them at first, lot him dwell upon thorn till ho does. 'But somo : wil...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE USE OF MUSICAL SIGNS. II. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 October 1889

THE USE OF MUSICAL SIGNS. - II. The turn next claims , our attention. It has two forms, the direot and tho' inverted, and its sign is a curved lino placed over a note, which is called the principal note of . the turn. Tho original method of playing it consisted of a group of four notes, commencing on the , upper one, written thus — played; but in modern music, it is usually, commenced by tho principal note, forming a quintolot. ' A prefixed appoggiatura is sometimes found in works of tho earlier masters to indicate com inonoemeut with tho written Bound. An acoi dontal above the sign of the turn affects tho note above tho principal, and ono under it that below. A double turn is occasionally, but rarely,:: mot with, and an instanco of a triple turn is to be found in number four of Schumann's Kreisler iana. The invertod turn is hardly ever used in modern music; it commences from tbo lower noto instead of tho upper, and tho sign is gene rally -written thus — ' - Like the ordinary turn, ...

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

.:':. ON MUSldAL EXAMINATION '! ', / ... :. ;?;. /.;? ? u^apeks. . -;. .?..-? -.:,; ..'.'. ? ? ' Those to whoso lot it falls to propound quos* tion'sto bo answered by candidates for oxamina* tioris may bo roughly divided into two olassos. ' There are somo whoso object is to enable the candidates to exhibit thoir knowledge to thorn, : ; in order that, 'having found out what the ' acquirements of tho candidates really aro, they may form an opinion as to their fitness or unfit nosstopass the examination; and thoro aro othors , . who endeavor to exhibit tho profundity of thoir ' ? owii loarning to tho candidates, that thoso latter' ' may bo duly impressed with a sense of thoir own ignoranoo in comparison with the vast attain- . ments of those who are thus temporarily sot in ?authority over thdth.'Moa of tho -ono sort will try to frame questions whioh, while of a modu- rate degree of difficulty— taking into consider^ tion tlio standard of tho examination — shall be thoroughly fair, and o...

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

MADAME ? CH AllBONNET-KELLER- [?:\-::[:\lMA.NN.:: \ ? /. ?---?-, ?;???. Madame Alice Charbonnot-Kellcrmau, whose portrait, appears, in tho'present; issue, is well ?:, known as an accomplished pianist, good musician . ? and .successful teacher. . Sho was born in ' 'America, 'of .French and Arhorican parents, and ' commenced lier musical studies -in Paris at tho ago. of A ! -years, undor tho tuition of Paul Gey- : rard,'whb. is riov/ rosidont in London, and has ? given lesao'ns' to the young Princessbs. of 'Wales. Sho made rapid, progress',', and 'gave ,oarly evi dence of much ; talent. c Her .father being sent to Cochin 'China as judge, MacliiinolCullormaini remained in Paris to , comploto her education, and entered tlio private conservatoire of M. Lo Coiipiiby, , one ;6f ,'the .most celebrated Parisian .'.. teachers, where i she remained two years. The death of her father at this poriod ronderetl' it necessary ' for her to study, for a' professional ' career,' and she then entered t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE STATION, DIAMANTINA RIVER, QUEENSLAND, [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 October 1889

FOUCE STATION, DIAMANTINA RJVER, QTJEEN8L ANI\V ?-, . .. ? ; ? ' ./.f''l

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

Tho weather during the whole of the past month has boon of a wintry character, with ex tremoly heavy rains unusual for tho season. The greatest falls occurred in tho northern and north-eastern portions of tho colony, wlioro also on the mountains very hoavy falls of snow have occurred as well as rains, which partially melted tho snow anil caused immense floods of a most destructive oharaoter; tho Murray and all tho other rivors and streams in the riorthorn districts over flowed their banks, inundated; large 'areas of country; as well as every town, village and hamlet on their banks. Himdrods of puoplo were driven from their houses to live in tents on tho {higher ground, many of them having been rescued by boats, whilo their furniture, was washed away or damaged. Some farm stock wore destroyed ; ssvoral bridges wuro washed away, dams were broken, railway cmbankmonts wore injnred, roads cut up and rendered impas sable for great distances. Farmers near the rivers sufFored greatly, some ...

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 October 1889

The announcement that the London dock laborers' strike has been settled was received with- considerable satisfaction in- commercial circles. Fears were beginning to bo felt that the dnlay of shipments would later on serionsly interfere with local business, and that supplies in somo directions might run short if tho strike was protracted much , longer. Although all immediate fears of 'such a result are now re-' moved, it cannot bo overlooked that the dolay of so many vessels with Australian cargoes for the last three weeks will be felt both here and in other southern central ports towards the close of tho year, and prices in some directions are likoly to be more or less infiuenccd for a timo ; foe it must not be overlooked that the broak referred to in tho continuity of shipments occurred after a period during which importers had boon restricting, and not increasing- their orders.' The rapid destruction by fire of the Collins-street warehouse of Messrs. George and George affords, unf...

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 October 1889

THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRAr MAN NEWS AND MUSICAL TIMES / ? (Published on the 1st of Every Month). , ?'' Contains, in addition to a well 'written Summary of the Month ; a Full Account of the Chief Musical Events ^throughout the. Colonies, together with an Original -Composition; also a Selection, of High Class Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, Current Events, &c, &c. ? It has a first class sale in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, besides being well distributed through out Europo, America and the Bast. \ The Best 'Artists and. Engravers in Australia are engaged' on The Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times. -.' . SUBSCRIPTION (including, postage), 8s. PER 4NNUM;- V : ' '-..- '? ? -. . ..... ? : ; RATES ? ' for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s; . ' per INpH (single coluirin). - - /??....- .-.. ? SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE : 140 Fleefc-st.. B.C. F O RE ION AGE NT S. LONDON. .. ' . ?? ,' QEO. STREET and Co., 30 Cornhill, E.G. F. ALGAR, 11, 12 Clement's-lane, Lombard-s...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UPPER WHARIORA FALLS:- [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 October 1889

UTPER WHAHIOI&A FALLS—: F«oji A PuoToanArtt nt Mn. Josiaii Mabtjn, Auckland. F«oji A PuoToanArtt nt Mn. Josiaii Mabtjn, Auckland.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW STEAM TENDED FOR THE DEFENCE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 October 1889

NEW STEAM TENDE3. FOPv TIIE ?pEKlSXaE DSJPAltTSllSNT. The Djf'jnoj dopai'tiiiant has' at length sup. pliod a long folk want of the artillery and torpedo Morvioaj at tho Heads by obtaining a stoam tondor specially built for tho work of those branches. The bo.xt was built at Wil liamstowii by tho Melbourne Goal Shipping aiiclEnginearins Company Limltpil. Hor trial trip * ? was made on- 7th Sept.- with satisfactory results. ? The Vuloan, as the vessel is naineilj-is; a sorew stoamor of the'' following dimension's :'4-Longth, 100 foot; boa:n, 17 foot ; depth, 11 fuot ; and is * built of stool throughout, with five ' watertight btilkhoads, tho steel deck being covered with 3 x 2 toak. Tho ' deok house, bridge, companions, skylights and rails are all of teak. Tho cabin and and (look house fittings ace of walnut. and oak, ' * with velvet oushions, bevelled mirrors; lockers, &c, in tho most approved designs/ ' On tho'deok aro fitted steam oapstans, and a large davit is con nected fo...

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

ATROCIOUS MURDER NEAR WAGGA. Christian Eppel, drover, in charge of a camp, was found murdered in his bed in his tent on Sunday, the 15th . September. At the inquest, Inspector Harrison said that the prisoner, Thomas Roilly, sent for ' him and wrote the confession whioh he would read bofore tho court. Prisoner being' asked whether he would like to make a statement on oath, replied that ho was not in a fit state to make a statement then. Tho jury, after a brief retire ment, returned a verdiot of wilful murder -against Reilly, who was committed for trial at the. court assizes to- bo held at -Wagga. During tho reading of his confession Reilly rested, his head on 'his- hand and: was nearly breaking down. The ? confession is as fol lows :—? I, Thomas Reilly, charged with the murder of ono Christie Eppell, wish to make a full statement and confession as to the nature and cause of his death. I will relate the particulars, which partakes as fol lows : — I started in the employ of the said in...

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

SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. The sculling match botiveen ? Soarlo and O'Connor for £500 aside and the championship of tho world, was rowed on tho Thames in tho presonoo of a vast assemblage of pooplo, esti matod at upwards of 100,000. ? The woathor was beautifully fine, th'o water smooth,' and ' altogother tho race was contorted under very favorable conditions, In the toss for positions, Scarlo, who won, chose the} Surrey aidd of tho rivor. Some dolay took'placd at' the' start, which was effected by mutual consent. O'Connor succeeded in getting away . full half a boat's length in- advance of the Australian, but ho had tho' rriisfortund to ' oatoh a crab' imme diately afterwards, and lost a good deal of tho \e\d which his smartness in getting away bad given him. An exoiting raoo ensued for tho first quarter of a mile, whon tho suporlor powor of tho Australian showed itsolf, and the soullora pullod lovol for a time, At tho eoap woxka Scarle had pulled away from his opponent, an...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COST OF THE VICTORIAN PUBLIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 October 1889

THE COST OF THE VICTORIAN PUBLI 0 SERVICE. An instructive roturn, showing tho total number of persons omployed in tho Publio Ser vice, was presented to tho Legislative Assembly on 4th Sept., on tho motion of Mr. M'Intyre. There are 23,053 persons permanently employed in the various bmnohos ot tho sorvioo, and 5099 casually, making a total of 28,152. The expon dituf 6' in- wages-' and 'salaries for th'e permanent staff is £3,102,870 per annum, and £501, 432 for supernumeraries, or a total of £3,604-, 302. The following table, shows tho return in dotail : — Department. S^%m^t 'ao:larl°e & & Executive Council .. 2 — 1,320 — Parliament . . 59 3 17,048 120 Chief Sec'tary 2,492 39 363,616 4,761 Education'.. 4,673 , 40 660.823 3.030 Attorney ' ? ' ?? General .. 312 73 99,423 4,969 Minister of Justice .. 180 118 47,061 1,430 Treasurer .. 318 274 71;986 21,965 Defence . . ' 34 — ? 6,283 — lands. .. 409 ; 165 73,357 19,028 Agriculture;. 35 .14 8,802 1,247 Public Works 183 283 ...

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