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

10 /-Sft-r-r* f eno's 'fruit salt' k BB %, 1^ ^%^ J t .^ ^ \ . I I -| A Health-giving, Refreshing, Cooling, Sparkling ancl ? B ^^ ^» ^^^ . '^» ^B» ^*^ ? ^ « - , Invigorating Summer Beverage, or for any Season, and a Gentle ' fc f-va —???—— — ^^^ ?^—^a fn a VI' ' #%in' o' '^ ^ '?? ' -' :''7^B****y® and Tonic 'in the vari6us~f6rma or' Indigestion. / ' V ! *MmMm£SKkm JL^F^tJEJi K^P ,. '^' ???(^^????^???^?^????Ji^HPjp ??- -. '? - ; -?--?-. *' (Guaranteed to bo Prepared from Sound Hlpe Fruit.) u k ' v nniinnCI TOT 13 m? TITTnTTni 'CHTIT AlffTI -- T^: ^cts a? '''Pty/y0* Just as powerfully on the animal system as sunshine doos on tho ™ ! ? - ? ? (ill W rirti XoilJll UJ! WllTllli J!lll ITljAll JJi % '???' - ? -*- v°Setablo world.' ,It has a natural aotion on tho organs ql digestion, absorption, k ? .- UU..II JJMJ AyiMJ wo. UXUXI..L) , ? - ' circulation respiration, secretion and excretion, thus romovea and hinders (by natural m ? ? v, by speoiai. warrants op appointment to .--???' - , '? . ...

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

?' '. : BUKKE-6 =. GRAVE. i.' , ,, Although now nearly. 3,0 years, have elapsed since Dr. Eades wished Burke and Wills ' God; Speed,' their names are still green in the' memory of colonists.- .| The origin of the expedi tion .seems to have been a desire on the part of Victoria to go one be.tter than her 'neighbors?' New South Wales had made several successful expeditions, and South and West Australia had. also done their part. '.- Then said the ueonle of Victoria, ' We will go further ; we will explore the continent from sea to sea.'' A publio sub scription was initiated by Mr. Ambrose Kyte. donating £1000, and; nearly £4000 more was collected' to fit out one .of the bist appointed , expeditions that has. been seen. How Burke and Wills .crossed the great continent, ami how, owing to want of foresight on their part, and disobedience of orders by othern,' for whioh they paid tho penalty with their lives, is now a matter of history. Thirteen months after tho expedition had left Melbour...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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LOO-ERRN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

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 Tr'obo ? rivers. Loo-errn was a spirit with regard -t6 whom some doubt was attaohed, as to whether his existence was consecrated to good -or 'evil, but it is certain that the blacks held* him1 in wholesome dread. He was supposed toJiye in = the thiok sorubby country between Hbddle's Creek and Wilson's Promontory ; in foot the blacks placed his habitation at Wamoom, Wilson's Promontory,, the name ? given to the distriot being Marr-na-book; .? No stranger could enter his territory without permission, whioh was only granted with a number of'peouliar ceremonies and without these . he * was certain to die an awful death preceded ' by indescribable torments. If strangers Wished to travel through the country they had' first to . get the blaoks at the mouth of ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

jp-k^-_^_^__B-ik--J-fct-4--------j----w-^----_d___k-^^ .A I 1i?*-Nf *-*♦*% I ENO'S 'FRUIT SALT' \ \ ?! ^ 1C ^W 1 1-Il. ^ I - I I ;; A Health-giving. Refreshing, Cooling, Sparkling and T A - . . . - ^^ ^^ ^^ ^* ^^ ? ^. ......--. Invigorating Summer Beverage, or for any Season, and a Gentle m I — ? j^ ?V^^BHHB^C* ^^S9 ?'?'? ^^ mWmW ^^k'^^P ^^9 ' laxative and Tonlo In the various forms or Indigestion. W . -????^C^^JL^^b^L^E*^^^ wMm X*i JiaU \^fw^9 j , ^ (Guaranteed to te Prepared from Sound RIpo Fruit.) ^ 1 nnTn'Tj'C! TOT!? mi' TnTHtnil 'PlfffT A1UT) -- TT »°ts as simply yet just as powerfully on the animal system as sunshine does on the W ^ UUwVJllUi JJjJj.El UJ? W lit Jlli Jllllu'ljJLLliJi «►?*?? vegetable world. It has a natural aotion on the organs of digestion, absorption, L j. UUIIJJUJ 1UJJXJ UX IHUUl) AJUUUiUiiJi ,» circulation respiration, secretion and excretion, thus removes and hinders (by natural ? m by special warrants of appointment to . . -» . means) the Unnatural and Da...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE MUTTON BIRD SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

THE MUTTON BIRD SEASON. , By The Vagabond. All over Capo Woolamai there are mutton birds' holes, but in one slight hollow on tho southern cliffs there is, a porfebt warren. This has been looally christened ''Tho Rookery.' Four acres of land are completely honeycombed by their holes, which are within a* yard, often a foot, of oaoh other. We lie on the Bluff near this warren looking over the sea at the setting sun, waiting for tho dusk. Soon tho light on Cape Sohauok glimmers in the distance. The sun goes down. ? There is ?? no inoon, and a few clouds obsoure the horizon, still thoro is suffi cient gloaming'to make everything visible. Yet neither in sky nor sea can the sign of a bird, mutton or otherwise, bo seen. Wo are getting impatient. ? . '.^ \_ ' Here he comes 1 ' says Willie Frdser. ? ? - A black bird suddenly flies past us, and with that strange gurgling sound disappears into the ground.' Two more follow, then four, then in a few seobnds, from the firmament above and the water...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

music review. 4-; i;:: Wo have reoeived tho following musio; for review from Messrs; W. H. Glen and;Cb.*:-r '?:?' Songs of Faith, and Hopo : A set of 'four, sacred songs, words selected from Holy Scripture, music composed by tho Rev. G. W. : Torrance, M.A., Mus. Doc. : i; No. 1. I Am the Resurrection and the Lifo. ? No. 2. Let Not Your Heart be Troubled. ; No. 3. Thoy Shall Hunger No More. :' No. 4. Come, Ye Blessed of My Father.' f Nos. 1 and 2 are 'for tenor or soprano, the compass of the first ten notes from E flat to G flat, and /the' second .the same number of notes.', I ?/- ?: ; . ?;:?'_?? Nos.' 3 and 4 are for .contralto or baritone, and havo;eaoh a compass of eleven notes,' the lowest'inthe one being B and in the other A. Considerable difficulty exists in using Biblical texts formusical illustration, as the rhythmhas to a large extent to be supplied by the composer. In this respect Dr. Torrance has been extremely happy in his treatment, his melody being in variably symmetric...

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

THE ANGLICAN REQUIEM. A CHRISTMAS STORY. ? By Hamilton Clarke. . A composer of 'music arose one day, intent upon doing a good day's business. He had been very hard at work for a very long time, and had allowed his strength to fall far below par, being moreover afflicted with a vorv aerious cough. He arose with something far higher than his usual, spirits, and as. he sat over his modest breakfast, he revolved his plans to himself; one was, the reokless prodigality of going to the seaside for a few days. ? * ? - -~ ?-- .-— ???:- ?-?-;-. He dressed himself, and set forth to 'walk;/ full of almost hope, to the first of the publishers he had set his mind on calling upon. .The aged sinner, who presided over the establishment our composer visited first received him with a look of unconscious! innocence as to what might be the bbject of his call. i ', _ ? 'I came to see you, sir,' , said the composer, .'.on the subjeot of the organ march. V- :.-...... I..-. .'. ?'0hj to be sure,'? replied t...

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

,.NEW'SOUTH .WALES... [khom ! our 'correspondent. ] — 'rj' ' The Orph'busiSboietyhas~roc6iv.cd an acqimi — - tion in tho -person of the popular- Sydney musi-' cian and talented accompanist, Mr. Cliarloa Hueuerboin, who was ono of the first pro motors of tho institution, and who now rejoins . it as hon. secretary; Mr. S. _ Chur lj.' chill Otton 'filling [the . position of lion, trea ~l;suror.- ?-; 'iTho 'quarterly, ladies'- concert'' of 'the ^'/s'doiofcyj' whioh . took 'place shortly .after..! .last wrote, was a brilliant artistic sucoess. The -; ? Governor and . Lady Carrington wore present, 'and the Y.M.C.A Hall was taxed to the utmost i.. -limit'of, Us, accommodation ;tb contain the large ' ' and 'distinguished dudienoo. ' A fino and varied programme op'oned with Buothovon's String :. Quartet No. 1, in F/;Qi). 18, No. 1, and; though ? one may remember performances of- it in Europe -characterised by fuller _tone and greater breadth, -?.? it-would be : hyperbritiowm q to', deny ' th...

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

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. _ ,-,r:, ^-M VICTORIA. . ? ; ? ;;X li'-K-iTho '.Viotbrian ; Oroh'est'raV,;be8ides :giving- tho ? customary bi-weekly 'concerts, has been during . the past f ow weeks in constant request for con certs by local societies', where its assistance Uas enabled choral works to bo rendered in a com plete manner by means of- adequate. orchestral ,,.i. accompaniment.-. .:Few:;riew 'works 'have. -been (1-v introduced at the regular ccmcorts, J'tlie prin-; ', bipal being Beethoven's 'first symphony and Raff's Lenore symijhony. but many important compositions have been' made familiar by repeti tion, an oven more desirable result s than tho - introduction of novelties. Tho innovation of , -including vopnl numbers in- the programmes, 'f 'has': 'tended' not' only* to give them' variety, but to presont to public notice compo sitions which otherwiso could not be heard in - ?- their original form.- Tho vocalists wer' o Madame; Bontami-and Mr. Arrnes Beaumont. A. pie-., -( _ bisoito...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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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 , con tost in oight-oared boats , botwocn the ropresontatiyo amateur oarsmen of Now South Wales and. Victoria was rowed on Saturday, 30th Nov., and contrary to expectation tho Victorian crow 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 tho water simultancouHly, but. in half a dozen ? strokes vit- ? ? was ?? '.plainly- -.ovidont- that -.tho 'Victorians were going to forco tho pace for a load.. Thoy struck at the rato of :*44 a minute, tho Now South Wales crow doing 41. Tlio Vies, splashed, but thoy moved with surprising pace, -and in a minute's work had scoured a lead of nearly a longth. At this early stngo of -the race the rosult was practically settled. Tho difference in the rowing of the two crows was most marked. Tho Now South Wales crow rowed vigorously, but they had not tho knack of lifting their boat, but rowed their...

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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

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

Si/'. H. frLEJT & Co., --° '?:l THE LEADING HOUSE FOR PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, SOLE AGENTS FOR BLUTHNERS' AND FAHR'S CELEBRATED PIANOS, THE FINEST INSTRUMENTS IMPORTED TO AUSTRALIA; \. ? \- .'; ; ? i % mm m oo.'s haps can be had on vert easy terms. NEW- NUMBERS, g'7gT^B J2T7*± (Late 21 & 23) QQLIjIIffS. STT. E.« TMEEIjBOTJIEfcJKrJEB. BflliDSBBODBE HURT ail Co. LIMITED, I THE MUTUAL STORE LIMITED, W6bt& GRAIN BROKERS, '.. flinders' street, Melbourne. ? CSTOCK AGENTS, &C, . ' Tho following are the Departments. of the Store:— n/xTTnTTTi ('?'' J ttttt T X * lur r« m Tk TH Ti m ft WINE, BEER, SPIRIT and LIQUEUH. BOURKEi and WILLIAM STREETS, ? aerated^ mitral wa^r. . ' ???——_,-. nn*TT-Wxi '' ? GROCERY and PROVISION.' - I . ? . . ' ? - '*? \ --?«*«????»«-» *-* -*6-1*1 ?*'- .' ? . .DAIRY PRODUCE. ORATN, WOOD and COAT, 3 1 ? '. ? CONFECTIONERY. TOUACCO and .CIGAR. ,.- ' ? i . -l'OULTRY. ami GAME. . . FANCY ISRKAD and ...

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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

ELKINGTON JfcJJO. LIMITED ?«? jiiT'-«-||Dp. T. WEBB & STOS* LIMITED, «™ B ' -XsJLiiM ^JIIIJi.1 -;;,,:;: aee now show™ a o^™ ™ok onmmkiMOEK.snaTtTAtioii. :,;;;/;, .BLBOTBOPLATH : , „ - ;:/ ? , ? DEPARTMENTg: ? .$£ SOLID SILVER WABE Grocery and Dressed Provision|^|;;U ???'''? WTOlTT^fiTR^T 'PAQT ' Poultry and Game, - . /f^ff' : THE FREEHOLD INVESTMENT AND BANKING Ironmoneerv FamUv & fiflriflrni '-'???' ; COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. xronmong-ery, .p amiiy & tj-eneral. ^-^\ ??. . , ^aa^jo oswoxi! . Gentlemen's Mercery. , '' -4 - J* , ) S CORNER OF COLLINS AND SWANSTON STREETS, *?- ' ''' Y'1' ' : ,'s' ? xS-»'SSrB*^^^»! ' Woollens So Tailoring1., '?-}/ ''?? ? ' , 5 toTHBPRY, toNPON, E.O. ; , Boots and Shoes ' '''i-'1'-' ' V! ?''; ?? SFT^ :T :;=-?» if ii;r ?-! ??? ' »Viife Furniture andOarpets. Bedsteads:^ ', ' k»n«,ta»o»» ? Linoleums. Wood, Coal, Grain ?:?&-'. '«-.;??-' STS^S^,*. - ffBMHsaitaJ., i^w ? .-? and Produce. -: ,-.!?;-Xv:' 1 v- * ! non. JAMba JJ...

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

? VICTORIA. Tho prorogation of Parliament was postponed for several days beyond the date arranged origi nally by tho Government owing to the difficulties raised over two measures for the provisions of ?which the Government were Boriously brought to task. One was the Irrigation Amendment Bill, under which it was sought to relieve irriga tion trusts of their liability to pay interest upon loans advanced by tho Stato for 10 years. By many this proposal was viewed with marked sus picion and disfavor. The Irrigation Aot has been drawn upon tho most liberal lines. Trusts are appointed and large sums of money advanced to them by the Government at 4- per . cent, to .construct water works calculated to enhance tho value of the land over which their jurisdiction extends at least five fold.- ; Concessions have from time to time been made by which no injustice can bo done to individuals, while every district can bo supplied with the inestiraablo blessing of water, not only for domestic but for ...

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THE ANGLICAN REQUIEM. A CHRISTMAS STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

THE ANGLICAN REQUIEM. A CHRISTMAS STORY. \ Br. Hamilton Clarke. A composer of music arose one day, intent upon doing a good day's business. - ?--- He had been veryihard at work for ayery long time, and had allowed his strength' to fall far below par, being moreover afflicted with a very serious cough. He arose with something far higher than his usual spirits, and as he sat over his modest breakfast, he revolved his plans to, himself ; one was, the reckless prodigality of - going to the . seaside for a few days; ????, ?'?' He dressed himself, and set forth to walk, 'i full of almost hope, to the.first of the publishers he had set his, mind on calling upon. The aged sinner who presided over the establishment our composer visited first reoeived him with a look of unconscious innocence as to what misht be the object of his call.- ?? .- .'?-., 'I came to see you, sir,' said the composer,; ' on the subject of the organ march.'.' .-v .. ^ :' Oh.tobesure,' replied the other. V'Well ybu know...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 January 1890

MUSIC REVIEW. ... _.'... We have received the following music for review from Messrs. W. H. Glen and Oq. :— ; Songs of Faith' and Hope :' A sot of four sacred songs, words selected from Holy Scripture, music composed v by the Rev. G. W. Torranoe, M.A., Mus. Doc', ;. ? V: No. 1. I Anvtho Resurrection and the Life. No. 2. Let Not Your Heart be Troubled; No. 3. They Shall Hunger No More.,1 '-? ' '.' No. 4. Come, Ye Blessed of My Father. ; ?'. ' .' ' Nos. 1 and 2 are.' for tenor or soprano, the. compass of the first .ten notes from.E flat'to-G flat, and the. second ? the same ? number ' of ' notes. (*? ?''?l .' ??' ? .' ; '' Nos. 3 and - 4 are for contralto' or baritone, and have each a compass of eleven notes, the lowest jn the One being B and in the other A. Considerable difficulty exists jn using Biblical texts f orfnusical illustration, as the rhythm has to a large extent to be suppliod by the composer. In 'this respect Dr. Torranco lias been extremely. ' liappy in his treatment,' h...

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

MUSICAL DIRECTORY, MR,. HAMILTON CLARKE, Muh. Bac. Oxon., CONDUCTOR of- tho VICTORIAN ORCHESTRA, Bella Vista, East Melbourne. JOSEPH GILIiOTT, From the ROYAL CONSERVATOBIUM OF MUSIC, ; . LEIPZia, ??.-.-, 60 Collins-place, Stephen-street MR. SAHUIL ItAMBXiE, r PROFESSOR OF SINGflNO, Allan and Co. 'a, Collins-street, . or WarneclilTo ?. .; .. Derby -street, Kew.. Tonic Solfn Classes, Monday and Thursday evenings % Thistle Rooms, Little Collins-street. MR. GEORGE PSAKE, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, ORGAN, PIANO AND SINGING, . 183 Collins-street East. . WALTER J. TURNER (Organist and Choirmaster, St.Paul'sPro-Cathedral Professor of Music Working Men's College), ! 'ORGAN, PIANO, SINGING. . Terms, \V. H; Glen and Co., Collins-streot. -??? - MB. JAMES MAVOB, PROFESSOR OF SINGING AND HARMONY ALLAN AND Co., COLLINS-STREET. Private Residence, ' Coogeo,' Cunningham-street ;? i'';:.;.-.-i ; ' SouthYarra. '' ? ? . MISS FREDERICA ASXTGHEXJ., ' ?' T : ' CONTRALTO, -?v ?:;, 'Receives Pupils in Singing ?'......

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

'?' ^; n CirAi'TERlI. * '.'.;:. -ti'i nt _ ..,Tho.iJoor.coinp.oser..sat.back. in an ensy .chair.fi arid began to ruminate over-his-day.'s experience. -'?% Itwas perfectly clear to himthat if any breath r- ?ofy'the glorious seii? wore presently in store for '?-?- him. it' would bo solely through the aid. of 'one ~ V' Tidman. Ho liad beeii told that his only fault '- was his earnestness. Then he thought of enr tain ' great ' composers whose career had been blightod.;.by a,, similar weaknes3.-5j._Ho ..took courage, and set .himself to':!his desk, in-6'rder.-.-, that he might- write the : carols that had 'been C ordered of him. Ho gotr to work at.tlieni immo- -.^ 'diatcly,' and in the' delight of ' creating 'sbme- 'thiiig new arid beautifulhe soon forgot all about''' '' his troubles. By the small hours of the morning ho had succeeuea in producing throo carols, and com mencing a fourth ; but as this last one wus'nro ceeding he discovered that his firo had gone out; .-. and that he himsel...

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