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EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. ... The Victorian Orohostra, besides giving the : customary* bi- weekly concerts, has boon during the past few weeks in constant request for oon oorts by local Booioties, whore its assistance has enabled choral works to bo ronderad in a com plete manner by means of adequate orchestral accompaniment. Few ? new works -havo been ''' Jintrodiicod. at the' regular concerts, the' prin. i' oip'al being. Beethoven's 'first symphony and ...? Raff's Lonoro symi-hony, but many important compositions have been made familiar by repeti tion, an even more desirable; result than the introduction of novelties. The innovation of including voonl numbers in the programmes j has') tended' not ; only7' to give them , variety, but to present to public notice compo sitions which otherwise could not be heard in their original form. The vocalists were Madame ' Bbntami :,and Mr. Armes Beaumont. A pie-.' .rt bisoito of the audience taken at two successive ' concerts rcsultoil in ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

TASMANIA. [Fnojr Oun ConuEsroNDKNT.] Hoiiakt. — The Orohostral Union has, during this year, been conducted by Mr. G. B. Allen, and three concerts have been given under his baton, tho last taking place on 3rd Ootober. Tho performers have mado satisfactory progress. Recently a meeting of the committco was held, when tho report and balance sheet for the year wore submitted, showing a defioit of £24. It is hopod that the financial result for tho ensuing year may be more satisfactory.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

.NEW SOUTH WALES. -f-i ? ? ? ^[rabll OUR CORRESPONDENT.] ' .. '.. -The Orpheus Society has recoivod an acquisi ? tion in the person of the popular Sydney musi cian and talented accompanist, Mr. Charles Huenerbein, who was one of the first pro moters of tho institution, and who now rejoins it as lion, secretary ; Mr. S. ? Chur chill. Otton filling the position of lion, trea suror. The quarterly ladies' concert of the, . society,, which took iplaco shortly after I last, wrote, was a- brilliant artistic success. Tho Governor and Lady Carrington were present, ' and tho: Y.M.C.A; Hall was taxed to tho utmost ? limit of its accommodation to, contain the large and distinguished aiulienou. A fino and varied programmo oponed with Beothovon's String ? Quartet No. 1, in F, Op. .18, No. 1, and though; one may remember porformanoes.of- it in Europe characterised by fuller tone arid greator breadth;'-^ it would be liypercritioinm to deny 'that the ?-? interpretation- ... by^ Messrs. Rivers, Allpr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

FIRST PRIZE ADELAIDE EXHIBITION; 1887, FOB WHEELWRIGHTS WOOD WARE, AND FIRST1 PRIZE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITIONS 1888, Mortised Box Naves ^P^&T I j2lllF^ ^' Hickory and Blackwood Blue Gum Whiffle Bars ^^^iS^WBr^lI^ Hickory Plctnkiff& ist and 2nd Blue Gum Spring Cart Shafts Vk V M^^^mk /^lk Ash Planking, ditto Blue Gum Mining and Road Pick || -^^^|y£_jV ^ White Oak Planking Figured Hickory* Oak & Blackwood Hi Ms rf#^lpM^^f^l|jgHwlKl^^' ££--/-#. #/«/ //^/7 /V/te AW S--?^ *//-/ £*/-//* /&/Ws ?*L—!S '' IBI' -Mi1- -_JU!- Cabinetmakers' TUrhery Of -&Wy Kauri and White Pine SIIPBCIA.IiIT'y = Description Messed Sydney Split Iron Bark Spokes and Mortised Box ffam 23* and 233 iWgggt/t^gll, and 150 to 158 :LONgPAI/E-STV, ME^BdtritJtfJ-l i THE COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, Incorporated by act of GotHsKStL 1856. NOJWtNAt/.CAT'iTAfo „, „, M ,* ,„ £-i,66O,66o I ^^M^MWgj^^ .,/ ,, ,« .-,, £g£$£ UNCALLED* CAPlTAJy,.v M M .?« /.-/ 187,500 | KESEftVJfctfXf ABILITY ... ...

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A MERRY CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

AMmtRY CHRiSTMAg. Onoo more Christmas has beon horo/ and iho merry' season of 1889 Las gono io join- that of years' 'gone by. Its' wook of holiday and sports is oVoiy and now wd havo to settle down ?to a now year winch will bo hereafter known as 1890. ' Christmas is 'essentially tho holiday of Australia. It is hot cortainly,- but heat to us is bettor than cold or wot. Thoso who como from ftoross tlid sda say tliiU CliristiilfU with Hid tliermomctorntl20ilog. in tlio Hhndo is not Christ mas at all. Christmas, tliuy affirm, in a season of ioo and snow, atimo to put ion tho thlokost furs and tho wartnofit doatsi ' Sdj vory likely, thdirs is, bub darn is not. Kirig Sol usually dole bratos it by oxorting his rays within unusual ' intensity, just as King 'Wintor, in liis domain, 'brings down tho wind and tho rain, and its ' fallows, tho sloot and snow* With thorn tho plum pudding and turkoy over tho roaring fire aro tho propor accompaniments.' Horo we eat tho pudding more from custom,' an...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE PLAINT OF THE GRAND PIANOS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

THE PLAINT OF THE GRAND PIANO. I was a grand piano onco— nay, hearkon what I . say — ' . Tho grandeur is no longer hero, it left mo yesterday. One leather souled executant at a sitting could demolish The mellow pride of tuneful years, of tone, and power, and polish. r A dapper man, with weary brow, and smilo of con scious pow'r, A Jove, propared to improvise tone-thunder by tho ' hour, ? ? ? ' .? ? . ''?:?! '- 'i t t ? Is Nasmyth Hammeumann, whoso touch would dig concurt tho dead, Whose foot would rush with pedal crush where angels fear to tread. Ho kept his soul in pationce while lessor people played, . As one who bears with cruder views that taste-bound ' souls degrade ; Ho, pjitled plaintive moloily and winning niodula tion, ' Biding his time— and thon it came— the afternoon's .sensation. .'??'* . . , ? Ho hovorod over tho keyboard, liko a wild beast over its prey, i And lie tossed his head, and he rattled his wrists— and then ha began to play ; To play ! And in that crowded room...

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ABORIGINAL MYTHS. — LOO ERRN. LOO-ERRN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

ABORIGINAL MYtfttS.— hOO -ERRN, .. LOO-ERRN. In our last issue we gave an engraving illus trating the aboriginal belief with regard to the origin of water. In this number we . have con tinued the series, the subjeot being a myth of the country between the Yarra- and La Trobo rivers. Loo-errn was a spirit with regard to whom some doubt was attached, as to whether his existence was consecrated to good or evil, . but it is certain that the blacks hold him in wholesome dread. .He was 'supposed to live in the thiok scrubby country between Hoddlo's Creek and Wilson's Promontory r;; in' fact the blacks placed his' habitation at Wamootn, Wilson's Promontory, the- name given to the district being Marr-na-book. No ' stranger : could enter his territory without permission, which was only granted with a number offpeouliar ceremonies and without these he was certain to die an awful death preceded by indescribable torments. If strangers wished to travel through the country thoy had first to get t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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BURKE'S GRAVE. BURKE'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

BURKE'8 QRAVE, BURKE'S GRAVE; Although now nearly 30 years, have elapsed since Dr. Eades wished Burke and Wills 'God Speed,' their 'narneiif are still green in the memory of colonists. ' The origin of the expedi tion seems to have been a desire on the part of Viotoria to go one better than ? her neighbors. New South Wales had made several successful expeditions, and South and West .Australia had also- done their part. Then said the people of Viotoria, 'We will go further ; we will explore the continent from sea to sea. ' A public sub scription was initiated by Mr. Ambrose Kyte donating £1000, and nearly £4000 more was collected to fit out one of the bsst appointed expeditions that has boon seen. How Burke and Wills ^crossed tho great continent,' and how, owing to want of foresight on their part, ; and disobedience of orders by others, for whioh they paid tho penalty with their lives, is now a matter of history.- Thirteen1 months after tho expedition had left Melbourne the survivors ...

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HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. VIII. The selection of music for praotico should bo left to the teacher, who will certainly know much bettor than tho student what is most suited to his needs. ? In the -caso of . those ^who' havo no opportunity, of taking lessons the uso'of a course of edited compositions lot .graduated difficulty is 'advisable. .Among 'subhi may : he1 mentioned Sir Charles Halle's -Pianoforte Sohool , and Musiool Library, each graded in sections and fingered.'' It is a good plan to learn alter-' iiately a classical , composition and. ..one' 'of ', a lighter order, thus giving yarioty of style.; When sufficient proficiency has been' attained it is; very advisablo to practise .concerted' as well as solo playing. For this purpose dtiets are useful; and it is also well to take every 'opportunity of play- ; ing with other Instruments, and of accompany ing either instruments or the , voice. ; Many really 'good solo porforniprs ' aro incompetent to take part in conooitod nius...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

X XLHl IXjJLi i THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRA LIAN 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 ClfEss-Engravings; -Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, C^'eBFEi'entar&aT&K ~ Tt has a first class sole In Australia, Tasmania, and Niw Zealand, besides being well distributed chrough ot^t Europe, America and the East. JTbe Best Artists and Engravors in Australia are engaged on-.Tlie Illustrated' Australian News and Musical (Times. glfBSCBIPTION (including .postage), 8s. PER 4NNUM. RATES' for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. per HiCH (single column). SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE : 140 Fleet-st., E.G. i f ' '.- ' ? }. I ? F O R-E I ON .-A-G-E-N T S : ik — ,_.. ? LONDON. GEO. STREET and Co., 30 CornhiU.-E.O. F. ALGAR, 11, 12 Clement's-lane, Lombard-st, BATES,. HENDY and Co., 37;Walbrook,...

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MITRE PEAK. MILFORD SOUND. MITRE PEAK, MILFORD SOUND. THE MUTTON BIRD SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

tMITRS PEAK MILFOED SOUNI), MITRE PEAK, - MILFORD SOUND. Now that summer has onoe more come round, the beauties of the West Coast sounds a'ud inlets ' will be'opon to 'the visitor.-.. For- tho' greater part of the year they are ' almost inaccessible, and tho few who' live ' there have to'make the best of their way overland. - During tho summer season, however, tho 'Union Company' despatch their magnificent steamers periodically' to the' sounds, and thus afford tourists tho opportunity' of visiting these beautiful 'spots in case and com fort. As a rule they oall: in at Dusky Sound, Preservation Inlet, and always at Milford Sound, for although tho two former afford' splendid sconory, yet Milford Sound surpasses both' in' magnifioonoo and variety. Stirling Falls and Bowon FallB aro porhaps two of the finest examples 'of thoir kind to bo soon any whero in these colonies excepting tho Sutherland Falls but .the latter. can. only, bo vtsitod by undertaking a long and arduous journey, whoro...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

THE INTERCOLONIAL BOAT RACE. The thirteenth contest in eight-oared boats between the representative amateur oarsmen of New South Wales 'and Victoria was rowed on Saturday, 306k Nov. , and contrary to expectation the Viotorian orew won easily, making the fifth successive win for this colony and the record 10 wins for Victoria against 3 wins for Now South. Wales. Tho two crews struok the water simultaneously, but in half a dozen strokes it was plainly evident that tho Victorians wero going to force the paoo for a lead. They struck at tho rate of 44 a minute, the Now South Wales orew doing 41. The Vios. splashed, but they moved with surprising pace, and in a minute's work had seoured a lead of nearly a length. At this early stage of tho raco the result was practically settlod. Tho difference in the rowing of tho two crows was most marked. The New South Wales orew rowed vigorously, but thoy had not the knaok of lifting their boat, but rowed their hardest in the middle of each stroke, an...

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SHIPPING NEWS. HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

HOBSON'S HAY. ARRIVED. — November 25. — Jilairi Bltan, D. M'ln tvre, from London ; Invincible, S. Luwis, from Port Tawiisend, Pujiot Sound. 27. — Loch Sloy, John M'liean, ' from Glasgow. 28. — Britannia, Julius Onnnn, R.N.R., from London, Ac; Charles B. Konnov. J. Johnson, from Port Townsund. Pneet Sound; Antigone, C. Sclmdo, from Skutskar; Puri tan/ K. Hcndriuks, from Port Ludlow, 1'ugot Sound. 29.-j-CHtus, J. D.-C. Arthur, from Calcutta, -&c; In dustrie, .T. Kirchoff, from Hudikswall. December 1. — 'Xannadico, Neil Shannon, from Hong Kong, &c. 3. — RentSo IMckmerH, G. If. Westormoyor, from Guile. 4. — Oceanien, A. l'oydonot, from MardoilloH, etc. City' of Agra, A. w, Loworson, from Chatham, Mtramichi, N.B. Content, J. 8. Walsh, from llosario, Ilivor Plato. 5. — Snnta, A. Welch, from Sharpness. 6. — Cir/.co, J. II. V, Nixon, from Lon don; -fec. 7.— Airlie, Winthrop Ellis, from Hong Kong, &c.; Moritiltii, B. Phillips, from New York; Robert Searlc.H, II. Plitz...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

Business throughout the month hns been fairly active, and a good demand is experienced for seasonable goods. The last cablo messages' to hand from London in regard to tbo wool sales indicate that competition was brisk, nnd that prices still have an upward tendency. The 'rise which took place in London was reflected in increased animation in the biddings at the local auction sales. 'Western district merino clips in the grease elioited the keenest competition, and the prices paid for them wore fully equal to the very best of the season, two lots realising up to 15d. per lb., and several others selling at from 12d. to 14d. There is also very strong compe tition for all grades of crossbred wool, and prices for these fully sustained the high rates esta blished in the early part of the month. Washed and scoured wools fully maintained previous values. On the 10th inst., however, a large num ber of cable messages came forward, principally on German account, reducing limits in some in stance...

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THE NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

THE NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS ' EXHIBITION'. [Fnojr Oun OonnKsroNDENT.J Tuesday, the 26th November^ was appointed for the opening of . our Exhibition, and although it rained heavily in the morning, the wcathor oleared up before the festivities of tho day commenced. The procession, whioh was composed of voluntoers and members of trades and friondly societies, started from the Triangle and marched down Cumberland-street, thence into Albany-street and along George and Princes streets to the Exhibition building. It was tho largest and most imposing spectacle that has over been witnessed in' New Zealand, and the whole route of the procession was lined by thousands of spectators. ' Bunting floated in tho breezo from almost every building,' and the enthusiasm of the people was very marked. The Earl and Countess of Onslow arrived at the building shortly before noon, and were escorted to the spacious concert hall, which is capable. of accommodating 3000 persons. Ho was rccoived at the main ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

^RS^PRIZE ADELAIDE EXHIBITION, 1887, ... FOR WHEELWRiaHTS' awarded cou. medal l™l in™ Exm.™. ?ssb. :*$ yWQODWARE; AND glKBT PRIZE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION, 1888. ; eNQ^sH M^^brui^D jgi^Kt^m^^ ^Ei^^^sr^ TOBACCOS : Hay Rakes ???'... ,^^_^^^ i ' IB~«^: ' Pick arid f Axe Handles , RICMIVIOINID ? ?? Mortised Box Naves ...'..?? '^f^L jL^^^ Ash, Hickory and Blackwood OAVFNnKU rvi fflueGumSpqkes J^J^^^ml&A^ Whip Sockets ^''?^xKSSr1 ? ?'' Blue Gum Whiffle Bars /^^S^Sil ilP^ljL Hickory Planking, 1st and 2nd LIVE R P O O L Blue Gum Gig Shafts dti^BSSi ^kffl^^fefe^ Growth ? Blue Gum Spring Cart Shafts ? \ JSllr iSPm /ilk Ash Planking, ditto special brands :- Hickory, Oak & Blackwood Rims ^^^^^^B^^^^s^fc^^^^r Cedar and Huon Pine ' Golden Brown ' Fine Cut. Kauri Sieve and. Riddle Rims ^^^^^ ilSLflfcUfe^Sli^ Cabinetmakers' Turnery of every Bright & Black Plug Cavendish I Kauri and White Pine SFECXUJTT: Description. ' ro|Cf^s^^MT|0|| ' Dressed Sydne7 Split Iron Bark Spokes and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

MUSICAL DIEECTOEY. MR. HAMILTOK CLARKE, ' Mus. Bac. Oxon., ... COXDUCTOU of the VICTORIAN ORCHESTRA, '.-. ?' . ' ; Bella Vista, East Melbourne. JOSSPH GULOTT, -from the ,- ROYAL; CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC, ;;,' :,v: ??;?;??.?:--?.: i;'V'i.KiPZiq, . . ' ' ': ? ' ? '. '?. 5O3CblHns-piaco, Stephen-street. ; . :;MB.;i;SA,MUEL LAHBLt, ,.*;-. : % 'CPROEBS3OR OP SINGING, Allan' and ' Co. 's, Cblllns-street, or Warnecliffe ??.'??'?? ''' Derby-street, Kew. Tonic Solfa Classes, Monday and Thursday evenings . . , 'Thistle Rooms, Little Collins-street. MR. GEORGE PXAKE, : ; PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, ORGAN, PIANO I \-':: -'- ?? . AND SINGING, ?- ;???'?'? . 183 Collins-street JEast. ' ? . . . WALTER X TURNER 1 (Organist and Choirmaster, St. Paul'sPro-Cathodral ; Professor of Music Working Men's College), ~ ? .ORGAN, PIANO, SINGrNG. ) , , ? Terms, \V. H. Glen and Co., Collins-street. MR. JAMES MAVOR, PROFESSOR- OF SINGING AND HARMONY ;??' ALLAN- ANI-7 Co., COLLINS-STREET. Private Residence, ' Coogeo,' Cun...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

wGHAETEB .Illi : ! ???;.' When tho composer was left alone that night ho applied himself to his composition with re newed zeal and onergy. He had played his musio to a sympathetic heart, and had had the clorv of witnessinir . the -effect it! had' produced. -Oh, yo gathered multitudes at a, public show, who manifest your approba tion of the Divine Art by shouting, clapping . your hands and stamping your feet ; know yo ! know ?.thatr-.tliis' popular form of din,, though, made, by ; ton. millions of you at -the samo time, iij,.far!:il.0S37,clearr;to the true , 'artist '-.than is one . te^'.'oE.sympatliy from a soul that can'/cc?..'.' ' '-? ? '.'^ae':;WQrkod' till late in the mbrning,.:whon ?hy^y^oeiyed tho proofs of his four Christmas oarole^Qn? ho liked best,, the first words of ' whiolrAVeref;;^;'- :' .?' .. : ;.'-?/_ ,/ ??'??' .'-'rij :r.-, ?:? .-'?.' ?' Tne^inlstletoe amtiiolly also ;,:'?: : . Youf dwellings now adorn. . v ??'.'. ; ? . .The rp(lberrie-iii. the prickly tred ?' ? ': ...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

ClIAX'TEU II. JI'_Tlie~ppbr'cbmiiM^ .and began to ruminate over his day's experience. Jz It was iwrfeotlyolear to him-that,if:.auy breath'-i; ?of the -glorious sea-- were presently in store for V him it would be solely through the aid--of ono . Tidman. Ho had been told that his only, fault was his earnestness. ' JThen he thought of enr tain 'great ' composera. whose career had been .blighted ,by a' similar ' weaknesi.-rr.HoU took. . courage, and set himself to 1 his . desk, -in ;. order T;. that he -might -write ~thevcarols that 'had- been ordered of him. He got to work at them immp-^ diatoly,' and' in 'the'uelight; of - creating some-*' thing new and beautiful he soon forgot all about his troubles. By the small hours of the morning ho had succeeded in producing threo carols, and com mencing a fourth ; (but as phis last one was pro ceeding -ho discovered that his firo had gone out.^i - and thathehiiuself;hadcauglit-a chill. --!-—— .r1*^ ~ir- Thonoxt morning he felt voryiill;ho,yhow-...

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