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TONIC SOL - FA.- ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. IV [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

TONIC SOL-FA.— ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. ???;???? IV. Another important point in sol-fa teaching is the doctrine first propounded by Mr. Cui'wen( that ' eaoh tono of tho common soalo produces, . by virtue of its relationship to tho key tone, a certain musical effect peculiar to itself, having relation to certain mental impressions and feel ings.' Those properties of tlio scale tones had, he acknowledged, been of ten before noticed in books of scienco, and ho particularly mentions M. Jou do Bernoval, Drs. Callcott and Bryco, but he. was undoubtedly tho first to utilise tho doctriuo for teaching purposes. It is a common thing to hear musical poople, professional and amateur, express a liking for some particular key, or a preference for ilat keys over tho sharp, or vice versa. Even Mr. Haweis speaks somewhore of tho 'icy clearness of the key of four sharps.' Tho experience of sol-fa teachers is that no key or sories of keys has any particulnr effect on the mind, other than...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB'S SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB'S SPRING ' ?; . MEETING. ..' ' The Victoria. Racing Club's Spring Meeting was commonocd on the, 2nd Nov. at.Flomington . undor singularly favorablo circumstances, the. weather being magnificent, and tho racing of- a most interesting, description, t, The attendance . was the largest-J-nerhaps,' not exoopting- even : , last year, when the Exhibition had ? attracted V, thousands of strangers ' to ' Melbourne— that has' - ever assembled at' Flemingtori- on a Derliy day, and amongst many distinguished visitors in cluded Lord Carrington and the Earl and Coun tess of Kintore. Sir Henry and Lady Loch, and Sir W. F. C. Robinson, were also . pro B3nt. The course ??? has never presented a more perfect . . appearance, and visi tors expressed '? their . unanimous - admiration of the maiiy improvements effected since the Ia3t meeting was heldj and '.to which extended reference has : recently been made. The -first race on tho card, the Maiden Plate, fell to Lin burn, with ...

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

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

._. ? i ? , i Tho Caulfield Cup meeting was commenced on 12th Oct. under most favorable circumstances, the weather being delightfully fine jand the attendance very much larger than on the open ing day of any previous meeting held by tho Victoria Amateur Turf Club. The course won in excellent order, and the now grand stand was very much admired, being, like ! tho two old. stands, packed full during the running of; each raoe. Lady Robinson was present throughput ' . the . afternoon with a party from Government House. Tho first race on tho card, .'the-- Caulfield Stakes, was won by tho Victoria Derby favorite, Dreadnought, {who beat tht champion, Carbine, and ten others, Bravo and Dunkeld running a dead heat for third place behind the two cracks. Lottie wen the Hurdle Race, followed by Grandcourt and Bonnie Chester, and in the Great Foal Stakes Mr. James White scored his second victory with Victor Hugo, Deerswoodj finishing second and The Harbor Light third. jTho suc cess of tho Kirkha...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

^^BiH .The Legislative Council, reformed and all as it has been after the ordeal of many years poli tical strife, still hankers after its alleged consti tutional privilege of having the power to modify a money bill, and something approaching the; nature of tho old difficulty was threatened dur . ing the month in relation to the Customs Duties ' Bill, which ombodied the tariff ' proposals of the ?Government. The fifth and seventh clausos of the measure were designed to pro tect tho revenue by authorising tho Commissioner of Customs under certain circum 1 ' ' stances' to direct duties to be paid upon articles not expressely aot out in the tariff, but which 'iii his opinion woro substituted for others subject ;-' to the payment of duty. The sections wero ' ideiitioalwitb.tho.se included in a provious act, and were simply regarded by the' Assembly as mere machinery clauses. The Council, how ever, became alarmed at what seemed to bo ' the aim of tho lower branch of the legisla ture to ' ...

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

???Ml DSfSTMIENTS. . BANDS AND MUSICIANS GENERALLY. , .;g§g| clearing sale, tit Tj r- T Jr\T A \m Pn'OfeP .Immense Eefluctions. . GREAT CLEARING SALE '~3$jJS I^S^BAND INSTRUMENTS!! iri-mU '' ' ? -? ' ' ? J TO P'R.flfilTR.'R ' ' ' ' v ., In. /*?»*£ -tL*V r-|9jr*»'' ,. «,' ' iu raui/ujvi. » ALL KINDS OF. BRASS AND WOOD INSTRUMENTS BY THE BEST MAKERS / * », Jvjirj^1' $ £?«t, ®'^: BA1TO INSTRUMEITTS AT ^O.pbr cent, less than ordinary rates for cash only. ^ -^.^fv- ' iV r''',-,\ - ' GREAT BARGAINS at W. H. GLEN and Co.'s in Every Kind of Musical Instruments. ? Send for Our Frice List, containing full particulars of the Various - V, -- Si v%f - 'I, '? v'i, , ^ ._ » . . Instruments and Reduced Prices. ? V V*» W* ♦''h ?&?, 'v^'.''''', ? ? , . . ? ..__ ? ___ — ; ? ? ? -? ? __ . w ^ *^%$2L#§ iW^VEEY LOW PEIOES 'VsT- ZE3I CttjJEnST 8sc CO., -... ^it#: I */, \\,\ ' syg -AJSTP Sy^r COLLINS-STREET, J^EI^BOXJRJSTH!, ^ - f; -^^ * W^'' ' j| t? TST IE 'W H^ -A- UST THE AUSTRALIAN FREEHOLD BAN...

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

JSSBFOR;VTHE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.' -??' PK^Itv ? I CT. AP KFX: 'ifllBlHB - ^ ' .* this account we wrote aak'inc if vou II^K'i if I N III 0 uliA3^^V^^^7^|^tt ^H ^| ^^K ^ ^| ^B | H ^^HI^JiSB ^^Uio impregnation, docs not - ', . \ could supply the Mixture for dis- |fl I ? I fL^^^flP*^^^^^ tf^^ ^H ? ^^k I^SprP^^^H and is' ^ ln;lfUri(ma in8rediont. fll?h'ffiaCked^rmyreCOummendation' he wos illduoed -to trP Clarke's Blood Mature' anTtho r ' p a t' K PEI^LEY» Col°r Sergeant, 1st Devon Regiment, Aldershot, 4th April, 1888. : ' ' - -'.''?- ? , -, P-S.— Ijturohased your medicine trom Allen and Lloyd, chemists, Alderahot.' ., .Important advice to all.— Cleanse the vitiated blood whenovn/vn,, fi™u*. -m ?*? i. x- '?'',. about the ^efficacy of 'Clarke's Blood Mixture 'in curing all cases of rheumatism, 'sores To . „', ? ? ''???', makes me wish to add mine to tho long lia,t of auch, and more especially so that my friends may Sold m. bottles, 2g. 9d. eaoh';'and in cases containine six timPH «ln nnnni-...

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THE DONCASTER ELECTRIC RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

THE DONCASTER ELECTRIC RAILWAY. The first electrical tramway in Australia was opened on 14th Oct. between Box Hill and Doncaster. The total distance traversed is 2¼ miles, and the rails are laid on the surface of a metalled road, which has been constructed by the tramway company for the purpose. An engine house is placed half way along the line, containing a powerful dynamo, and from this source an electrical current is conveyed to an overhead wire, which runs the whole length of the track. A movable arm above the car furnishes an electrical contact, transmitting the power to a motor placed between the axles of the vehicle. Only one conveyance is provided at present, containing seating accommodation for about 35 persons, but the engine is sufficiently powerful to drive two other   cars if needful. A large and influential company were present, at the invitation of     the directors, to attend the opening ceremony, and they were conveyed by the n...

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THE CRUISE OF H.M.S. ROYALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

. THE CRUISE O¥ H.M.S. ROYALIST. :News has been received in Sydney that H|. M. S. Royalist, attaohed to ' the Australian station, has been cruising among the Solomon Islands, . punishing the natives for the recent massacres. Among the places visited was St. Christoval, where a trader named Thomas Dabelle was brutally murdered by the savages. . Inquiries made into the tragedy showed that a {chief named ' Old Johnston ' was implicated, j Old Johnston resided at Hadda Bay,' and it is said he paid the natives ''of Ytmuta . to. murder' Dabelle. Captain Hand; of the ? Royalist, '. upon obtaining 'the ; facts. ' of tho . case, . proceeded to Hadda '? Bay, and sent for the chief Johnston. The old fellow aocepted the situation and was placed on ;h6ard of the man or war under guard. Further inquiries -were thon instituted into tho murder, and Captain Hand, of the Royalist, feeling Sure that Old Johnston was alono responsible for the affair, the necessary permis- - sion was obtained to hang hi...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

NEW ZEALAND. A party of surveyors in Ugatimaru country have brought in a white woman, recognised by a soar on her breast as tho daughter of a' settler, stolen 15 years ago, when a .child, by. Maoris. She is married to a Maori and cannot ? speak English. . . A boat capsized off Wellington on 23rd Oct.* and the three occupants clung to the bottom ot the boat. Two of them, John Gum and James Stewart, became too exhausted- to hold on and were drowned. Tho third, a young woman, named Sarah Sneekman, managed to get astride tho boat, and drifted about fivo hours before alio was rescued. James_ Crawford, one of the oldest ongino drivers in the North, committod suicide at Georgetown by placing a plug of dynamite in his mouth and exploding it. His head was blown to pieces, and the body has just been found in the bed of the Etheridge River. The report of an explosion as of a gun going off was heard in the locality about 7 o'clock on the morn ing of the 12th October. The deceased was greatly re...

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SHIPPING NEWS HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

HOBSON'SBAY. ?': Ariuved.— October 4. — Mossilia, Charles Fraser, from London, &c. ; Santon, W. Thorpe, from Gefle. 5. — Clan Buchannan, G. It.. Harris, from Liverpool ?;?? Lorens Hansen, H. Dillnitz, from Sourabaya. 6. — Salazio, Louis Fiaschi, from Marseilles, &c. ; Lovi G.. Burges, Chas. Rock, from Port Discovery, Puget Sound. : 7. — Ghazee, A. Scotland, from Hong Kong, &c; Galatea, W. Colville, from ? Bar row ; Hera, 0. Wempke, from Gothenburg ; ? Olaf Trygvason, J. Meyer, from Puget Sound. 8.— Zebina Goiuley, O. Johnson, from Now York. 9.— Thyatira, A. Phillips, from London. 10.— GHmt, S. M. Syuiytein, from Freilorickshakl ; Oneidn, S. N. H. Clyma, from.Lomlon. ,12.— Liguria,..G. F. Dixon, from London, &o. 14. — Eira, M. Larsen, from Port Townseml, Puget Sounil ; Star of Eng land, James Simpson, from London, &c. ; Winifroil, K. P. Ellis, from San Francisco. 15.— Duke of Sutherland, O. T. Ball, from Calcutta, Ac. ; Taupo, C. Fleming, from ...

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

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OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. OUR COLORED SUPPLEMENT. OUR DEFENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

OUR COLORED SUPPLEMENT. OUR DEFETSTDE^RS^I ? The naval defences of . 'V-ictoriaVliavb not been neglected. Indeed, competent authorities have ' declared it to bo the strong arm of organisation. There are now 385 nien of .all ranks in ? the per manent force/which : is, under the command'of Captain 'W. F. S. Manh,.R'.N.;- and 382 in the Naval Brigade, commanded by the veteran Cap tain R. Fullarion.. The latter contingent is a description. of militia,. . which, however, iB subjected; to.' a, thorough training, and admitted to 'bo 'a fine body , of men, not . excolled for physique ? in any other part of., the world. -' Tho men aro ^ all praotioal soamon; and each' year attend for a' ; stated number of -days upon ono or other of the ; war ships forming the Viotorian navy, and aro. . taken on cruises, extending over , BeVeraJ days; , for drill and gim^exeroiso,-as well as training in ^ the general duties .appertaining to .a man of ? warsman. Tlieae trips are productive of tho best results,...

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PACING SLANG ILLUSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

PACING SLANG ILfcUSTRAT.ED.' J ' ? ?? '?'.?'? :; ' ???'?.??'? .:'/(??' ?.wi--:ii;-i-.«-!iii.-vj;v/(.'f.;|...n '?':? If-', .'i J.K-uiii i ??'-'': ?';ij H- V'J/i'i' ^iouj biuiyi/'ifji/nUvhi

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

NEW SOUTH 'WALES. [From Our CouiiKsroNnENT.] The Orpheus Society and both the Lieder tafols have given concorts during the past month, but none of them have been up to the usual standard. That of the Orpheus, on tho 9th ult., contains too much of the musical romance and reverie, whilo Rubinstein's piano for to trio in F major, op. 15, No. 1, suffered through tho pianoforte part having to be taken at a short -notice by a gentleman who was not set down for it.. ' Mons. Kowalski has recently^ seceded from the Orpheus, and though he some- . times rather overpowered his fellow artists, ho is a great loss and will not be easily replaced. Mr. Rivers Allprcss led Mendelssohn's beautiful string quartett in 33 flat, op. 44, very finely, but he was not quite x'layed up 'to by Messrs. Albert iWeutzel, Herbert Rice and Edgar Straus, though the exquisite bee swarm' ing; Soherzo was artistically rendered. Such * shortcomings as were observable, however, woro rather in 'the direction of incompleten...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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POPULARITY IN MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

POPULARITY IN MUSIC.   The question as to what constitutes popularity in music has been frequently debated, and if it could be definitelydecided and the formula for such compositions issued it is probable that none but ' popular music' would be composed in the   future by those who attach more value to finan cial than artistic success, since the element of popularity ensures a large pecuniary benefit.   This is, however, scarcely likely to come to pass, as popular taste is capricious and productions   specially designed by composer and publisher to catch the supposed taste of the public, have failed to do so, while others of which nothing was expected have achieved immense popu   larity.                         Music is divisible into three distinct branches, respectively affecting the liste...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

inn5ajn|HK popularity and usefulness of any. IKSc Sfl scheme is to be conclusively deduced. llfiH wS8 from the antagonism that it ox UEstsSjlJl periences at the hands of persons who concoive themsolves to be aggrinvod by its formulation. Tho Society of Musicians of Aus tralasia consists at the present time of about 6* members, all- well-known as professors or' amateurs distingiiished for their attainments. In opposition to these a paltry list of some 26 names is issued, protesting against the rules of tho society in the name of the musical pro fession. As the musical profession is fulty represented by those who are at present members of tho society it is not easy to under stand tho position taken by tho malcontents. If they arc musicians in tho bioad acceptation of tho term they aro eligible for election, if not, ' their opposition means nothing oxcept peisonal ill-feeling towards certain individuals who hold prominent official positions in tho society. The portraits of Johannes Bra...

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THORAS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 9 November 1889

THORA'S SONG   (By the kind permission of A. H. Massina & Co. Proprietors of the Copyright of Gordon's Poems.)   Words by Adam Lindsay Gordon.) Music by Theodore Tourrier. —^ ; | ^ »^^^_* I— ™^--P^—™ -,

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THE MELBOUKNE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

THE MELBOUKNE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. The decadence of anytime honored institu tion is always mournful ;to contemplate -Even though it may have ceased to servo any useful purpose, there is in most men sufficient consor vatiam to cause them, to commiserate its fall. How muoh more in it matter for regret when a society whioh has done good work in tho past seems to be entering its dotage at an epoch to all' appearance highly favorable to its continued progress and succoss? At a time like the present, when musio and the love of musio are making giant strides' in this com munity, it would be little short of a national loss were the Melbourne Philharmonic Society to bring its career to a closo — a career at ono time both useful and honorable, though both thoao attributes are now in somo danger of being forgotten; and lovers of music are— if only hv remembrance of the society's former groatness— beholden to do all that in thom lies to avert such a disaster while it is yet possible to do so. ...

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HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. VII. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. ??:..?? -.-??: : , ?.?:.'?- .'VII.. ?' ? .' ?? .' The period of timo daily devoted to practice must of necessity vary' with the opportunities} ability and power of. sustained attention of the student. First of all it must be observed that ho 'amount of practice ia of any use without attention, the moving of the fingers does nothing unless , direoted by the mind with a definite object in view. Neither can sitting at the piano for any number of hours and merely playing over pieces of music be dignified by the nanie of praoticey or.be productive '.,6f any good result. Practice must be regular and systematic, and one houf well arranged and utilised with . earnest endeavor to improve will do more good than several hours of desultory and aimless scampering over tho keyboard. ? The minimum amount of practice , f or pianoforte students should be two hours daily, arid a regular time ought to bo sot apart for this. It need not. bo all done at once, though it is be...

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