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

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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

MUSICAL . DIRECTORY, !. MADAME CAKLOTTA TASCA, ' .125 VIOTOHIA.PARA.DB, IS A S T M E L B O U It N K. MR. JUlilUS HERZ, PROFESSOR OF MUSIO AND SINGING, Conductor of tlio Metropolitan Liodortafel, Organi- 1 of St. George's, East St. Kilcla. - Pupils rocoivcd at Allan and Co.'s and at Orroiijs ro:ul, Caulfiold, noar the Elstcrnwick it!'. way station MADAMS ANSE HERZ, :p no fes sob, of singing Pupils received at Allan and Co.'rf, and at Onoiiu: roal, Caultiold, 5 minutes' walk from tlio Elstorn wick railway station. ; MI S S HE RZ, ELEMENTARY LESSONS on the PIANOFORTE Torms, £2 2a. por quarter. Pinils received at ? Orrong-road, Caulfleld, nc: ElstoruwicI: railway station. MRS. E. H. PALMER, DARJEELING, Stanliopo-street, Malvern, And Messrs. ALLAN and Co., ? Colliiia-street, City. ? '.___ MR. JDXnJS SIEDE, PROF ESS OR. O F M USI C. Town Addross^W. H.' GLEN andCo. Private Address— Burnley-street, Richmond. HERR PLOCK (Pupil of Dr. Volkmar), ' ? TEACHER OF PIANO AUD VIOLIN. Town Address— M...

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

jffj^^gj ' The tariff proposals of the Government, sub mitted by Mr. Gillies in. his budget spoecb, have engaged tho attention' of the lower branch of the legislature during the' last month. Having beaten. the Opposition upon a test motion to increase tho stook' tax, tabled by Mr. M'Lean, '; one of the Gippsland members,' tho Government naturally felt that they -were safe,, and that; any alterations whioh' might' after- wards be* made should be considered as mere matters of detail,: devoid of any political signi ficance. |lt was as ? well that this ']? view was taken of - the situation, for 'the 'reason 'that many of the suggested irioreases,- reductions and exemptions as regards customs duties were very warmly debated, : and ? tlio action of {the Ministry subjeotod in more than one instance to very severe or iticism. - It must be admitted that the modifications are mainly in the direction of still further affording assist- ? ance to native industries. However anxious the free-trade...

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

iCTncmniHIi Victorian Orchestra has during IrSC Su *''10 lms* month dono much good work, Em GGjI °'dthe concerts appear to bo steadily IIEiiflKll jnnrnnning in popularity, whioh must bo yery gratifying to tho promoters and guaran tors of tho scheme, as : showing' that tlioir^ belief in its success was not unfounded. The Society of Musicians of -Australasia con tinues to prospor. ? Twenty 'new members wore elected by ballot at the lost meeting, including several who are distinguished 'ornaments of the musical profession,- and- -a'- large num ber of applications for ? membership have since beon , received, * whioh will be considered at tho meeting taking . place this month. Two distinguished gentlemen have recently become patrons of tho sooiety— namely, their Excellencies theEarl of Onslbw and Sir William Macgregor.' Tho music for this issue is a romance for the ; piauoforto, specially composed'by Mr. Hamilton' Clarke,, who, is also the contributor .of an ^inte- resting article entitl...

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

—ROMJNCE ? , Allegretto trantjtiMo ? /fan?/ /ton C/enAp: I -? nFv nr r -?? t

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

the ? orchestra; Tho term Orchestra aounds'^vory simple and easy of' pronunciation. ^' Its significance, or that which' inv a i general sonso it means, ia also very plain'- of- comprehension; ; being to .the outside world a Band- of -Musicians. ? In tho course 'of tho few. remarks about to' be offered and^ to be supplementedby, further 'p'ap'ers' _ upon the samo subjeot,' tho. attention of tho reader.is rovercntly directed -to a fact which no one has over iyot realised,' ' namely! ' that th'o word _', ' Orchestra' has, butiside th'o merely technical' meaning above , assignoiito it,'a'siguifioance which .is absolutely , boundless,' 'if i we .'regard it from two- points , of .. view — intimately connected and bound up in each' bther-^-tiia't is to say, familiarly, what it is,, and what it' can do. In this wide sonae, the orchestra can oniy, bo , regarded, by tho serious minded as ?' a studywhioh ono should commence in 'early youth; with the hope that iu; old ago one may have attained,...

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 — 9 November 1889

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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 — 9 November 1889

THE FORTESCUE Vine Black Straw Bonnet lined black silk velvet, Wroath of : Palo yellow roses, with Chantilly lace falling over. Three rows of ' Bebo ribbon run through lace to bows on top. Any color ribbon and roses. ' We bog to draw SPECIAL ATTENTION to our latest shipments of WASHING PRINTS ami ZEPHYRS; comprising all the Newest Slmdlngs in an endless Varioty of Patterns. . . These goods have, been selected with extreme care, and are undoubtedly tho pick' of the French and English markets, and we confidently state that tho public have not hitherto lnul an opportunity of selecting from such a varied stock and of such ex ceptional valuo. ' , THE MUTUAL STORE LIMITED Is OPEN to the ' PUBLIC FOR CASH PURCHASES. ALCOCK & CO., BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURERS, 132 and 134 RUSSELL-STREET, MELBOURNE. _ MEDALS AWARDED FOR THE GREAT SUPERIORITY OF THEIR MANUFACTURES. London ? ?.. .. 1862 Victoria .. ? .. .. 1872-73 Dublin ? .. .. 1865 Vienna ? '?-.. ' .. .. 1C74 Victoria .... .. ....?? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

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Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANNE BOLEYN'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

ANNE BOLEYN'S SONG. A most beautiful and little known air of tho time of Henry VIII. is, O Death, Book Me Asleep, both musio and words supposed to bo ?composed by the unfortunato Anno Boleyn, which her wretched history renders only too probable. Its tune and ono verse are to be found in a manuscript of Honry's time, written for one voice, without accompaniment. There is in the British Museum, however, another copy with aceompanimont for tho luto. The tolling of the passing boll anil tho uttor melanoholy of tho whole air perfectly represent tho misery of the words. Ouo verse will suffice to show its character : — x O Death, rock mo asloep ! Bring me to quiet rest ; Let pass my weary, guiltless life out of my careful breast ; ??..-'? Toll on the passing boll, ring out my doluful knell. Lot thy sound my death tell,' Death rtoth draw near me, Tliero Is no romody. It is considered ono of tho finost old English melodios extant. . Shakspeare alludes to it. In Honry IV. Pistolexolaims : — W...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRINCE OF WALES'S SILVER WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S SILVER WEDDING. A short time ago a movement was initiated ' ' in Victoria to honor, the. occasion of ; tho silver wedding of ERE the Prince and Princess of Wales by sending home for their ; acceptance some appropriate gift. Sir George Verdon , and Sir ..Benjamin Benjamin (tho Mayor ; .of Melbourne) were leaders in tho matter, :' and in ... due' course a sufficient sum » was received for the purpose It was then considered proper to make the presentation distinctively colonial. Accordingly arrangements wero made for tho entire fabrication (of tho gift in Melbourne. Designs were invited for two wine jugs and a wassail cup, and an exceedingly tasteful drawing by Mr. O. S. Irwin, archi tect, of St. Kilda was accoptcd. Tho order for manufacture was given to Messrs. Kilpatriok and Co., Collins-atroot, at £525, and now tho beautifully finished com pleted work may be viewed' in their show rooms. The vessels contain only precious metals, 70 oz. of 18 carat gold and 115 o...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOHANNES BRAHMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

JOHANNES BRAHMS. Johannes Brahms, the greatest living German ; composer,1 was, born at, Hamburg ontho 7th of May, 1833. Ho is ot a musical family and the son of a musician, and,liko most musical geniuses, showed exceptional ability at a very early ago. Ho studied the piano forto with Cossel, and har mony, &c, with Marx son, and mado his first public appearanoo as a pianist at tho ago of 14, playing somo variations.on a Volkslied, composed by himself. In 1850 lio made a concert tour of Gormany with Remenyi, and it was at this poriod that his/attention was strongly drawn to tho ptrikirg character of tho national molodies of Hungary, and to this association with tho Hungarian violinist wo owe tho sots of Hunga- . rian daiioes- by which ho is chiefly, if not on tirely, known to Australian audiences. During this tour ho attraotod the favorable notice of both Joachim and Liszt, tho formor, in parti cular, forming a vory high estimate of his abilities, from the faot of his having f...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS FROM SAMOA AND TONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

NEWS FROM SAMOA AND TONGA. The s. W&'nui, from Samoa and Tonga, arrived at Auckland on the :14th October. The Rev. Shirley Baker and George Brown were among the'passcngers. , ?- -? -' At Samoa a meeting. of ; chiefs of : the various districts has ' been - held to ? appoint a king 'and form a Government. Two thousand were present. Malietoa appeared to be in frnil health. He spoke formally, but warmly com mended Mataafa's action during his exile. He wished Mataafa to continue king, himself Iteing vice-king. Lanati, tho principal chief of Savaii, concurred, but said the present arrangement would only last until the decision of tho confer ence was ratified and the commissioners arrived. Mataafa said ho accepted tho kingship, and with God's assistance tho chiefs and their party would save Samoa for tho people Those at tho meeting , felt that Matanfa was inost capable' of suppressing Tamaseso. It is currently . roportcd that the . Gorman consul waited on Malietoa and remonstrated ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ERNST - THEODOR HOFFMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

ERNST-THEODOR HOFFMANN. , A 'critic, iliko a poet, is born, not made 'Whatever technical ncquaintnnce he may have ?with tho object of his criticism, unless ho pos sess the intuitive faculties of appreciation and analysis, ills' remarks, just as far as they go, will ba-buirsuperficial and uninteresting', - a stringing-, together j of commonplaco platitudes, a body without a soul. Although the commentator must necessarily bo conversant with tho mecha nism of the art on whioh he is writing, and it is desirable 'that he himself should bo a master of the craft,; this is not absolutely essential. Hazlitt and Coleridgo had no pretensions to (Iramatioj authorship, and Wangen and Mrs. Jamieson5 never handled a brush. In music, also, tho [combination of the critical with the artistic faculty is a gift -possessed by a few. Musicians aro usually oontcnt to produce their works before tho public and lcavo^ judgment to bo passed upon them by critics employed on the press, but who necessarily posse...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOOTING WILD HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

SHOOTING WILD-' HOESES. ' !i,( . ., j , - ' ? ' , ? . ? ? ? ?;?.':? '' ' ''''?. i , '1. AVitnHonsRa in Sight. ' ' '2. Yarding. t' . 3. Shooting Stallions..: .) ' ;, 'v4.:pRArTiNdv'' '' ' ''''?. i , '1. AVitnHonsRa in Sight. ' ' '2. Yarding. t' . 3. Shooting Stallions..: .) ' ;, 'v4.:pRArTiNdv''

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LORD CHARLES SCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

LORD CHARLES SCOTT. Lord Charles Scott, the new admiral of the fleet on -the Australian station, is the fourth son of the Duke of Bucoleugb. He is not unknown to Australians, having been out hero in 1880 in the Bacohante, which brought out the sons of LORD CHARLES SCOTT; — Fbom a photo'okapii by Messhs. Itosrau 'Asn Mautin. LORD CHARLES SCOTT; — Fbom a photo'okapii by Messhs. Itosrau 'Asn Mautin. tho Prince of Wales. , Tho admiral . is 6xpcoted to arrive in Melbourne this month, and will join ' ;his flagship on the 15thinst.; The new squadron which the Australian colonies . have guaranteed , to maintain at .their own cost in Australian waters is expected to arrivo early next year. Tho initial cost of this fleet, consistiug of five cruisers and two torpedo catohors, will bo £800,000, and is to bo borne by tho Imperial Government. . It is estimated that tho annual cost of maintenance on a penco footing will bo £91,000, and the payments to bo made towards this amount by- the Victorian ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSIC AT THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

MUSIC AT THE ADELAIDE UNI VERSITY. To establish a chair of music at one of the youngost of -.the Australian Universities was indeed a bold stop. In . all new countries the ? energies of tho people must neces sarily bo dovotod to hucIi pursuits as may bo of practical uso in acquiring the necessaries of lifo, and not until this has beon accomplished and- hours of leisure follow in tho wako, of easier circumstances is it possible to gratify that love of art and taste for tho beautiful whioh is inherent in our natures. The now doparturo of the Univorsity authori ties ! at Adelaide .was a bold : one. To his Excellency the Governor, Sir W. O. F* Robin son, belongs tho, credit of initiating the movo mont. By his influonao and the liberality of Sir Thomas Elder and other gontlemon, a sum of money was provided sufficient to guaran tee the salary of a professor of music for five years. , Many, thought this would bo long enough to' try the experiment fairly — for experiment it. was— while, not...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

THE SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS OF AUSTRALASIA. The publication of a detailed account of the inception and formation of the Society of Musi cians of Australasia has become an absolute necessity, in consequence of the unfounded statements and antagonistic representations that are. continually being made by a few ' persons who are not members of it. The idea of founding a society on the same lines as those of the Royal Society of Musicians in England, and with* the same, objeotd in view, became, ? some few months since, a subject of con- , sidoration with three gentlemen, Messrs. Plumpton, Zerbini and Herz, who, aftor due deliberation, came to - the conclu sion that such an institution would be most desirable and useful, and consequently called a meeting of 15 gentlemen whom they regarded as representative of the musical pro fession in Melbourne. These gentlemen had placed before them the proposed rules for the adoption of the sooiety, and, after discussion, declared their approval of them. ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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