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INVERCARGILL WATERWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

:?;. ;,INVEROARGILL 'WATERWOEJ^. ;; '.This illustration depicts a handsome ; brick tower which has been constructed by tho muni cipal council of the rising borough of Invercar- : .gill '-. situated about 18 inilos inland from; Bluff Harbor, tlio first port of -pall from Mol- r bpurne.; ; It contains a population, , withjits. ? suburbs, of 10,000 persons, and lias' substantial and .fine mercantile buildings, handsome banks, . notably the /buildings occupied by the; Barik':-of . Australasia, Union Bank of Australia, Bonk of ? New '?' Zealand, Bank of New South ^-Wales, .'; ? National Bank and Colonial IBank, 'also . ai) : atlionteum, with large reading rooms available for visitors at «11 hours. Tlie progress of the town is apparent from its, well mado streets and asphalt footpaths. The gasworks erected at a cost of £45,000 are tho property of tho corpora- , tion, and recently a water supi-ly system has-' beon completed.' The, water is obtained from 'a ? watertight iron cylindor well, ...

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

HOLIDAY OUTINGS. ; r v : :, Therois always an air of intense comicality about poople 'during holidays, whon they start grogariously for an outing and on pleasure bont.; They seom to be p'orfeotly conscious that they Xare making an exhibition of . themselves, but they 'console . themselves with the reflection that if there is any foolery about they are all in it. Our artist' is clearly of this opinion, and seems during the recent holidays to have kept his weather eye open sufficiently to catoh points, if nothing more. He has takon o peop first into the train as. the party, oi young 'sports' await' tho signal for doparture. It sooms to be en regie that a man must go armed, and shall whiff the fragrant .weed, either in tho ? form of athroopenny twistoraoigaruveashilling. It is not that* they thirst for the blood of any innocont bird,, or care a button about tho statutory proscription of poor bunny. Thoy could hardly hit a hay stack at ton pacos, but that does not Bignify at alL Appeara...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. FATAL BOATING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

FATAL BOATING ^ACbiDEjJTL- w '. A boating aooident, under circumstances of singular peril and.' attended.- with: loss jof ;lifo,v; took place last month * injJPbrt - Phillip;- Bay» The victims', of '? tho'\ casualty, 'were * liot ?in- experienced ... exoursionista ''.on ... tfiis'- occasiony. as is usually the',' case, .?: but V two' ''fisher-' men, , named Charles.:: Bailey.- and ? Jairies. Pago, who both. reside ; at 'Point ^Riokards ,' near Brighton.' .Page, was ?drowned,V and- hisl.qom*. panion Bailey, after a 'gallant ':? and lorig;.BUS;- tainod strugglo for life, '.''= was ; piokod up,;; after being iri.tho wator about 75 hpurs^wiilidut'; food or sleep.' The '?', craft iriTwhiqh- thoy sot out was a half,; decked .sailing .{; boat, - their object ' being ' '? to ??' ; meet ;,».'?. pleas'u're party at ? Mornington.]. ;.f ,Therb~:. was;: a ?-pugh ' choppy, sea to be encountered, and their steering : was attended with considerable ,diffioul%;;, 'still they managed: to breastitlw's...

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

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

fcjSIOAL |)IEE0TQBY. i:- MB. HAMILTON CLARKE, .' ?; ? Mas. Uae. Oxon., ' COI-fpUCTOB of tho VICTORIAN ORCHESTRA, '-'? '.. ; Bella Vista, East Melbourne. ? MADAME CARIOTTA TASCA, 125 VICTORIA PARADE, ~ E A S T M E IiB OU R N B. MR. MAX BXSIN, PROFESSOR OF THE VIOLIN. Accompaniment Lessons. ^ * 2 Loch-buildings, Collina-placo E. JOSEPH GII.I.OTT, From the ' ROYAL CONSERVATOBIUM OF MUSIC, _ ?? LEIPZIG, . 50 Collins- place, Stephen-street. MADAME HOU VET-HOWARD, . : -. Pianist,- FHOM TUB CONSERVATOIRE, PARIS. MR. GEO. E. HOWARD, Violoncellist. Messrs. Allan and Co. MR. SAMUEL L AMBLE. PROFESSOR OF SINOINO, Allan and Co.'b, Collins-street, or Warneeliffo Verby-streot, Kovv. Tonic Solfu Classes, Monday and Thursday evenings Thistle Booms, Littlo Collins-street. MR. GEORGE PEAKE, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, ORGAN, PIANO AND SINGING, 183 Collins-street East. WALTER J. TURNER (Organist and Choirmaster, St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral ProfosBor of Music Working Men's College), ORGAN, PIANO, SINGINO. Terms, ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. FATAL BOATING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

FATAL. BOATING ACCIDENT. A boating aocidont, under circumstances of singular- peril and attended with, loss of life,' took place, last, month' in Port Phillip Buyl The viotims. - of the' casualty wore not'in oxporicncpu excursionists. «u mi» .uuuuaiuu, as is usually the oase,./ but 'two '.'fisher- men, naraod .Oliarlos Bailoy and James Pago, who both rcsiclo': at Point Riokards, near Brighton.'' Pago, was drowned, 'and. his com panion Bailey, after', ai gallant 'arid long-.'sus-. tainod strugglo- for , life; was picked up, after being in the. ?water about 75 hours .without food or sloop. .. Tho.: oraft in : wtiiph thoy sot ont' -was a. half' decked sailing boat, thoir object being- v to, : moot a pleasure party at Mornington. . There was. a rough choppy sea tbbo encpunterod, and thoir stooring was attondod with considerable, difficulty ; still thoy managed, to breast, the/ swollj. Bailoy and Pago taking the tillor alternately. While Bailey was endeavoring to relieve himself of his c...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VISIT OF THE MEMBERS OF THE AUSTRALASIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE AD ANCEMENT OF SCIENCE TO THE AUSTRALIAN ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

TUB VISIT OF THE MEMBERS OF TEE -AUSTRALASIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE AD - . ? -' . i; ? iM .!' , . .:..,,- ??in ).. . '-v .- ?? ?.??'' ??. . . : - ..?-.?? ?!;.;:,.. i--|-i ? .-.?? I'i.i:-;..-. i--fi)ii- /, ??'?.:.????? .?;. ',? .. . .-.? . ..-...? .'.?.? ?? ? .'!??!?... ; .-??? ii'l 'j'liin li. ?.:?!.?( h1! 'Ui'-i'mj ) i .' v t . WOEMENT OF, SCIENCE TO THE AVSTRAWAN ALPS, -(PlJOM SKBTOHB8 JJV OVB SfBOlAL ARTIST.) -(PlJOM SKBTOHB8 JJV OVB SfBOlAL ARTIST.)

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 February 1890

TASMANIA. ' Tho emigration returns show arrivals ft-r tho past quarter to exceed departures by 2636 persons. The Govornor, Sir R. Hamilton, has rooc.ivcd .a communication from Admiral Scott that tho UrJanuo ana other war vossols will probably arrivo at Hobart in' February, aud will proceed thenco to Melbourne ami Sydney. - The gross receipts I from', the submarine oablo ? for December amount to' £1238 9s., rppreBent ' ing 8048 mossages. Tho returns for December of, .tho1' previous -year woro £948 14s. 10d., representing 6388 messages. The press messages for December last total £131 12s. 2d. The1 Rev. Dr. AVilliam Nicholson, aged 96, died on 2nd Jan. 'Ho was tho father of Uio Scotch Church in Tasmania, having nrrived in 1850 with instructions from, tho Free Church of Sootland to establish a church .in Hobart. For 25 yoars ho preaohed continuously in Chalmers Church, and only . retired completely from ? church work five years ago. He loaves threo sons, one in America, ono in London an...

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

'-—*? MRS! BROWN-POTTER. Wo present herewith a portrait of Mrs. Brown-Potter, the American actreRS, who is to make hor first appearance in Australia this month, at tho Princess's Theatre, Melbourne. Annnrfliiicr to n. favorable oritio : ' She has intel ligence of more than common kind, and true dramatic fire. She is young, slio is beautiful, a id she impresses by her intensity.. Born of an oM Southern family, shoisladylikeandsupromoly giaceful. She is of medium height, she is lithe, and with her rod-brown hair, regular feature.', and deep, lustrous, dark eyes — which light up wonderfully undor tho display of the various omotions— she forms a striking stage picture. She is entirely unconventional in hor acting ; her ntyle is free and unfottcred. Sho made hor first appoarancoin London at the Haymarkot Theatre, on 29th March, 1887, as Anno Silvester, in Man and Wife. Even then, although she evidently lacked experience, sho showed groat aptitude for tho stage. -'''Sho subsequently was s...

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

NEAV ZEALAND. The Customs revenue for tho past nino months is £1,100,000 being a deficiency on the Treasurer's estimate of £60,000. Auckland has bocn showing herself to bo very jealous of Dunedin, and having abstained from sending more than a few exhibits to the Exhibi tion, she is now going in for a jubilee celebration on Ji,er own-account. To anyone of broad views these piovincial jealousies in New Zealand must seem very ridiculous, but Auckland J has been making herself conspicuously childish in tho matter. ? . . ? Lord Carrington and Lord Onslow, together with Admiral Lord Charles Scott, Mr.-M'Millan, Treasurer of New South Wales, Mr. Gould, Minister of Justice, Mr. R. H. H.. White, Mr. Eddie, New South Wales, Commissioner of Railways,- and Mr. Bnrdott Smith, paid an official visit to tho Exhibition on Jan. 7,' and wcro escorted over it by the president, Mr. Roberta, and othor commissioners. Thoy stayed for several hours and lunched in tho building. Tho visitors were loud in tli...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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SHIPPING NEWS. HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

%alJy-?g^gaw*^PWP-*!^Tiggfe HOBSON'SBAY. Arrived. — January 1. — Liddosdalo, -'It. It. Laurenco from Natal ; Ooldun Shore, II. Homlor aon from l'ort TovvuhoihI, Pucot Sound. 2. — ChangsliH, J. E. Williams from Hong Kong, Ac; California, Chas. Davis from Port Townsend,' J'ugot Sound. 3.— II. Blsohoff, li. J. HcliwarthiR from Froderlckstmlt j Momnon, A. Mattsou from Han Francisco ; J'likiiki, W. K. Oliver from Suva. 4. — J,unlta.iila, A lux. Tillott from London ; Sydney, Paul I'ollogriii from Marseilles, &c 6. — Ashlelgh Brook, 0, U. Farrquior from London, via Naplus ; Rtithwoll, Allan M'Coiinull from Glasgow; liUu Kowall, A. M, Sewall from Boston. 7. — Yiner, J. E. Anderson, Djmutkar from Java; Mtuiuiri, J. Max well from Jjontlon ; Kmllio, Nicaragua)), U. I* Small froth San Francisco ; Pak-Wau, W, Smith from .Port' Townsoml : Glon Kara, Win. „ Johnson from - ? Port Louis, Mau itiup. 8.— l'orfc- Caroline, J- htt Sturrock from London ; C. C Funk, A. O. iGracer from Now Westmins...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. An inmate of tho Pnrksido Lunatic Asylum, named Klizaboth Phillips, committed suicido by drinking a dose of crude carbolic acid, which she stole from the storeroom.' Mr. J; G. Knight, of Port Darwin, has boon appointed Government resident of tho Northern Territory in place of Mr.. J. L. Parsons, resigned, and he will not temporarily till a per manent appointment is made. ? Tho South Australian Forest Department during tho. winter c mon tlis planted 800,000 young trees, 700,000 of which are thriving ; 2,000,000 trees will be raised altogether, and of these 800,000 -will bo available, for 'free distribu tion to farmers and others. ' .

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

QTIEENSLAND. - ,- Tho Brisbano -cpr]ioration, rates oolleotod last yoar amounted to ' --£27*515, J 'of 'wlilclr £25,442 woro goncral rates. _ The output of gold from Queensland last year was 737,822 or.., against 481,643 oz. tho previous yoar. Queensland thus ranks as tho promior Rold jiroducing colony. A statemont i.ssuod by the Bulloo marsupial board, of money expended in that district on rabbit extermination, shows the average cost por rabbit to be a trifle over 20s. A meeting of graziers ami others interested in the establisnment of an extract of beef works at Normaiiton was. held on 15th Jan. A subcom mittee was appointed to obtain information'and prepare a prospeotua, tho proposed capital being £10,000. A bont containing W.' F. N. Clayton and F. W. Smith, school teacherx,- and Patrick Roonoy, a lad, upset in Koppol Bay on 2nd Jan. Tho two former started, to swim ashore, but Robney clung to the boat,~and was eventually washed ashoro. Tho others were never again seen. On tho 29M...

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

Intensely hot weather marked the New Year's day mooting of the V.B.0, and the attendance was consequently hardlyj.so large as had been oxpected. Lord and Lady Hopetoun and the vice-regal' party arrived- before tho first race, and . remained until tho conclusion of the- v programme,; Vbioh consisted -of six events.- The Normanby Stakes, which opened the oard, attraot'ed only four starters, and was won easily by the non- favorite, .Magic Oirolo, tho plaoes being -filled by Bevorley and Clare. Parnell, with Oorrigan in the saddle, annexed tho Hurdle Race after a tusslo with the top weight, Cory thus. In tho Standish Handicap, Fishwife, who went to tho post a hot favorite, easily distanced everything, and won aa she liked by six lengths from Car rington, Perfeotio a bad third. Freetrader, a rank outsider, carried off the Steopleohase. with Curiosity second, tho favorite, Yankee Qrab, pulling up lamo ; whilo Reny, who had boen well supported, fell in tho second round. Another favorite wo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUISE OF THE MISSIONARY BARQUE JOHN WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

CRUISE OF THE MISSIONARY BARQUE JOHN WILLIAMS. Tho London 'Missionary Sooiety's bnrquo . , John Williams, whioh roturned to Port Jaokson' on Jan. 5 from her usual periodical cruise, among the islands; of tho South Pacific,- has boon aotivoly engagod since Maroh in conhootion with mission work . in tho Society. Horvey, Samoan, Union, Gilbert and Ellico groups, as . well as tho outlying islands,' under the oaro of tho London Missionary Society. Captain Turpio reports that the past year has been a disastrous ono to shipping in the South Paoifio. Apart from destruction wrought by tho hurricane at Samoa, ho states that more wrecks havo ocourrod and more wreckage has been seen drifting about the islands than at any other time during the. last 34 years. Some of tho wrecks have not yet been identified, noither has anything been heard ' of thoir crews. One of the wreoks .not identified was ashore on an island of tho Gilbert group. It was lying partly submerged, and Captain Turpio heard that ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, 13th December, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

I EUROPEAN ITEMS. |Fhom Oor Coni'inspoxiJKNT.] LONDON, 13th December, 1889. During this season we have been boon veiy badly off iu the department of oratorio. One by one the big choral societies of London have dropped 'out of tho' running.' The Sacred lltirmonio Society ended a struggling existence lSlnontliH ago, and now' tho Novollo Choir has been ''disbanded, leaving 'only the Bach 'Choir (an amateur body established to purfoim works of a, particular class), and the Royal Choral Society as representative 'institutions' of tho first l.'riiiik. ? There orb, of course, plenty of suburban choral societies doing good work, ?? but their proceedings do not intercut the general body of amateurs, and indeed tho Koyal Choral ?Society, whoso concerts tako place in the Royal Albort Hall, in virtually the sole important institution whose performances attract large masses of oratoi io lovers. Its-season opened on tho 30th of October, with 13crlioz'u Faust, whioh, us usual, drew a bignudienco ;...

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

'? NEW ZEALAND. [FliOM. OUli- UOKRKSPONDKNT. I Conceits continue to be given in tlio Exhibi tion, and in' addition tb1 01 chest tnl nnd choral performances eminent - solo' \ oculists aie fre-' queutly engaged. On Saturday, 4th January, Miss Fiodbrica Slito'.icll/'of Molbuurno, inado hot- first appearance, anil 'at once secured tliu favor of t!ib: audicnoo by ,hor \woll cultivated voice ivnd artistic style. -

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

A 'BE BRIGHT AND SH I N.E. '—Shakespeare. SPINALL.S [ ENAMEL BEAUTIFIES WHEREVER USED. ASPINALLS ENAMEL Renovates Furniture, Wicker, Glassware, Metal Work, and gives endless satisfaction. Thera is scarcely an article but may be made attractive. REJECT poisONOUS IMITATIONS. ASPIN ALL'S ENAMEL is supplied in tins, half-gallons, and gallons, of all storekeepers. See Aspinall's name and medals stamped on every tin. WORKS: LONDON, ENGLAND,

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