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DEATHS OF OLD VICTORIAN COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

DEATHS OF OLD VICTORIAN COLONISTS. There died on 3rd May, at his residence, near the Spottiswoode railway station, Mr. William Hall, late of Hobson's River Farm, Newport, at the ripe age of 88. Deceased, who succumbed to rupture, arrived at Williamstown on the 23rd June, 1840, with his wife and family of five sons and one daughter, in th barque Andromache, of 468 tons, Captain Thomas New, one of the Marshall line of emigrant ships of those days. On the 25th and 26th June Mr. Hall and all his family were hired for 12 months by Mr. Thomas Haines, butcher, of Williamstown. In March, 1841, Mr. Hall bought two small building lots of land for £70 from the late Mr. James Purves, father of Mr. Purves, barrister. In that year also he had a sheep station near the present site of the North Williamstown railway station. The sheep were folded in yards made of branches of the sheoak trees, which were then plentiful in the neighborhood. At that time the wild dogs were numerous and very troublesome...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SKETCHES ON THE OUTER CIRCLE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

SKETCHES ON THE OUTER' CIRCLE RAILWAY.     The original outer circle railway was surveyed ns far back as 1872 to branch off the North   eastern line at a point beyond the North Melbourne station. Passing ovor bnlf n milo of low marshy ground, it crosaos tho Flciningtou road on a largo bridge, built up on oither sido with hoavy onrth ombanlcmonts, and pro oeeds thonoe alon^; a hoavy gradiont through n deop otftting, inturscatiug tho aontro of tho Royal Park to tho west of the Zoological Gar dens. Tho routo thouce lios in an oasterly direotioijj the Sydnoy-roiul being oroaaod close to tho Brunswiolc oriokot ground, thonoo through tho north ond of Princes Park. Aftor, emerging from tho park tlio lino rims' parallel with Langridgo-stroot .until Northcjft'o is roachod, wlion it takos' a sharp turn in a soutli-oastoriy direction, in ordor to avoid tho ncooHsity of crossing tho Morri Crook;, and thon skirts tho onstorn. portion of tho grounds of the O...

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 June 1889

~^^^^^^^^^%i: Tlic prominence which has recently been^ accorded to music in its various forms and ' aspects is a sure indication of the growth of public interest in the art, and the foimda tion of a chair of music in Adelaide, the nnuiilicent donation of the late Mr. Francis Orinond for the same purpose at the Mel bourne University, and the establishment of the Victorian National Orchestraare each important events, which must largely in iluence the future of music in Australia. Music and' musical matters have now assumed so important a position in our daily life that a publication devoted to the recording and' discussion of them has become a distinct want, and itis.ono which this paper will endeavor to supply. Essays . on subjects of interest to musicians will be given, and the 'current 'musical news of tho day, both Colonial,. European and American, reported and commented upon ; while portraits of celebrated musicians and artists will be issued with each number, together with a. mu...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERENAGE ANDALOUSE ALLEGRETTO ALBERTO ZELMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 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
MR. HAMILTON CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 June 1889

MR. HAMILTON CLARKE. Tho governing committee of tho Orchestra have at length engaged the musicians who aro to form colleotivuly the Orchestra itself, nnd after consultation with a committee of ex perts iu London, have made selection of a conductor. Two names woro forwarded by tho London committee, those of Mr. Hamilton Clarko and Herr Carl Beyschlag, nnd the first named gentleman has been given the pre ference. Mr. Clarko is a musician of high ahility'nnd attainments, nnd has distinguished himself not only as a prolific and versatile com poser, but also as a conductor and a litdrateur. His compositions include symphonies, overtures, operas, cantntns, church music nnd miscellaneous vocal nntl instrumental music As a conductor he has hnd considerable experience, having conducted orchestral concerts both at the Albert Hall and Alexandra Pnlnce, London, besides having for some time directed tho music nt tho Lyceum Theatre. His literary works includes Treatises onjHarmony and Counterpoin...

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

A CONDUCTOR FOR THE VICTORIAN ORCHESTRA. When the Commissioners of tho late Centennial Exhibition decided to givo tho Victorian public the opportunity of hear ing, every day, orchestral music of a high class adequately rendered, they very wisely appointed as director of tho concerts a musician who stands in the iirst rank of European conductors. Tho unqualified success of these concerts is now matter of history. The attendance, small at iirst, continually increased ; and during tho last two months of the Exhibition the concert room was twico each day packed to overflowing, the audience on one occasion filling tho seats allotted to the choir, and even crowding into the orchestra itself. The existence in Melbourne of a large number of lovors of music being thus proved lo demonstration, it was natural that steps should be taken to provide permanently what tho commissioners of tho Exhibition could only provide tem porarily, in order that those who bad derived so much pleasure and advant...

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

LINES FOR MUSIC.       . DARLING. Horo whore we wandered hand in hand, Under fcho pale moon's tender light, Lonely, alas, onoe more I stand, Dreaming of days of pant dolight ; And ever will my mem'ry stray To ono I lovo, who's far away. Darling, my darling, Am I by thoe remombored yet? Lives in thy heart ono fond rogrot For happy days of yore? Darling, my darling, Nover can I those days forget, Darling, my darling, Dear to me ovormore. Still shines the moon o'er tower and troe, Still is the garden fresh and fair, But thy denr face no more I see, No -more with thee I wander thore. In lonely grief still pines my heart, . While wo must'stay' so far apart. Darling, my darling, Am I by thoe remombored yet ? Lives in thy heart ono fond regrot For happy days of yore ? Darling, my darling, Never can I those days forget, Darling, m|r darling, Dear to me evermore. CARLOTTA TASCA.

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

THE VICTORIAN ORCHESTRA. This institution has now, it may be safely said, become a certainty and an accom plished fact, and the Melbourne public is within a measurable distance of hearing its performances. The prominence given to music at the recent Exhibition, and the enlightened liberality displayed by the Government on this non-utilitarian depart ment of the centennial show have borne fruit in a speedy and thorough manner in the successful establishment of this scheme. The, great want of all institutions — funds —has been already almost entirely pro vided for, and the orcbestra has at present a going capital of no less than £10,000 a a year for two years, secured by sub scriptions for tickets, and guarantees of various amounts. That this large sum should have been given during a period of at least modified commercial prosperity is a fact which might be long dwelt on, bub it certainly proves one thing — that those who have given their money have done it from a real love for and wi...

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

'1'HE VICTORIAN ARTISTS' SOCIETY. The Victorian Artists' Soeiety opened their general contribution to the art collections of Victoria on 2nd May, in the Grosvenor Gallery. Hif) Excellency Sir William Robinson was present. Out of the 90 pioturoa in oil, the gom of the ex hibition is unquestionably Mr. Walton's Acolyte (No. 75), a charming presentment of a Saxon child swinging a censer. It may be questioned whether a Turkey carpet is in strict accordance with the stops lending to a Romish altar, but, apart from this, perhaps hypercritical objection, no, exception oan'bo,' takou to Mr. Walton's work. The ohilil is ovklontly drawn anil modolled independently of his cassock and laoo fuirplioe, which aro put on afterwards, and he ia in- the very act of swingingtho censor hold in Ilia right hand, while tho chain to which it attaches is grasped by tho loft. Tho faco ia one which will qommond itsolf to anyone who understands and has studied the English typo. Mr. Walton further contributes a ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"OUR DEFENDERS." THE FIELD ARTILLERY IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 July 1889

ir — ii ? ~ ? 'TM^i—r ?'?'MiMWiiinri ? 'our depeudees.' THE FIELD ARTILLERY IN ACTION. DRAWN BY Q. R. ASHTON. TROEDEL & CO., PRINT.

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 July 1889

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ???'%*?- ^ v ? [Fiiom Oun Coiuiespondknt.] ';*: ', i , '-..'. Tho visit of Mr. Santloy has boon an event of inteuso iutorest among all classes 'of tho com munity, aud the four concerts ..at which ho has appeared havo each attracted a crowded attendance. . On his arrival horo he was met at the station by Mr. C.' J. Stovons-an'd sevoral othor goutlomon associated with musical matters, and at onco drovo to tho residence ? of ? 3Ir. ? Stovens at North Adelaide. Mr. Santloy made; his first appoaranco in the* oratorio, 'Elijah, in ' conjunction with tho Choral Sooioty conducted by Mi-. . Stevens, well known amateurs taking the othor solo parts. On tho evening- before tho performance Mr. Santloy was entertained by the Adelaide Liodertafol. He was welooined by the prosidont, Mr. Armhrustor, who after a neat speoch in whioh ho spoke of the honor whioli his prosenoe conferred upon the lesser musicul lights who were present invoaoed ,him with tho silver badge of tho society. M...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 July 1889

NEW SOUTH WALES. [FltOM OUU COUKK.Sl'ONDEXT.-l Upon tho withdrawal of Balfo's Bohemian Girl at the Opera Houso a new eoinie opera by Millooker, entitled The Beggar Student, was produced with much bucooss. This opora has enjoyed immense popularity in Germany, and wan introduced to tho English public by the late Carl Rosa during his la-it operatic season. For some re.ison it did not prove attractive, and was soon withdrawn in favor of Paul Jones, by Planquotfe. The music is bright and tuneful, the plot and hi tun t ions amiiHing, nnd it is throughout well rendered. The oast includes Miss Lilian Tree, Madame f/vblnche, Miss Clara Thompson, Mr. Henry Bracy and Mr. John Forde, and since the 17th inst., when the opera entered upon its third week of per formance, Mr. Knight Aston has been addeil to the company, taking one of tho leading parts. Mr. Henri Kownlski is the conductor, and it is rumored that he has an interest in the speculation. The opora is x-roilnced under tho personal direct...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 July 1889

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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 July 1889

'EVENTS UF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. ' In Melbourne the S.wtloy concerts lmve boon the mast important musical events of the month. A series of four farewell . concerts -'watt givoa in the Town 'Hall aftor Mr. Santley's t'uturn from Adelaide, commanding on Tuesday, li-.ch ult., the lost taking place on tho following Haturday. Such \v.\a the extreme success . nehiovoil, both artistically and financially, and bo greata desire w.u unanimously felt and expressed t - hoar Mr.' Santloy once moro.that lie consented t - make another and final appearance on Saturday evening, tha 22ml ult. H'i3 pro-, grammes during thii aortas' * were 'entirely ilitfereut from those of the first, with the ex ception of some numbers reproduced as encore songs. Among the new productions may bo specially mentioned Vulcan's song from Gounod's Philemon and Baucis, the delicious ? orchestral accompaniment being a most enjoy- ' nbia feature ; tlio florid aria from Handel's opera, Ottouo, sung with rare finish and perfecti...

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 July 1889

* Tlio^n'nrkmo/ this lU-jUlvHtmambla Juhn'Iliiiik- ?, ham Vrore, oilitod by -V. K. Krore, vol. 3, p. 249. TOOTH-ACHE BUNTER S iK'~tionPi.S-e **hto PalnTTrcraoved by ,.I!IINTKI ?». HrnVillE.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 July 1889

; ;ii; APHORISMS. I rogar.l music not only as an nrt wlio.w object it is to ploaso the oar, but as one of tlio most powerful moans of opening bur hearts and of moving our affections. — Gluuk. ? « # ?' ? * ! ? ? » True art endures for ever, and tho truo artist delights in tho work of groat minds. — Bkk- TirOVKN. « # « « « What a marvellous tiling is musio! How little are wo ablo to fathom its deep mysteries ! And yot'doos it not live* in tho: very heart of man '! Does it not so imbuo him with . its grace and boauty that his mind is wholly engrossed by it, that another and purer lifo scorns to raiso him abavo tho shallows and misorios here on earth.- -K. T. Hoffmann. # » * « ?» Music is at once tho product of fooling and knowledge, for it ? requires ifrom! its disciplos, composers and pel formers' .'aliko,' 'not only talent and enthusiasm, but also that knowledge and perception 'whioh aro tho ' result of pro traded study and reflection.— Brciir.ioz, « # ?» ?» . « iAH tho arts flow fro...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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LAW & POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 July 1889

The divorce suit of Stephen v. Stephen was heard before Mr. Justice Hodges on 7th Juno. The petitioner was Frances Mary Stephen, a daughter of .the late Mr. J. M. Grant, and the respondent Francis- Sidney . Stephen, . solicitor.' The parties were married at. Els tern wick by; the Rev. J. Hay on the 29th June, 1877, ;l: the ;: peti tioner being then 18 and the respondent 19 years ; of . age. For the next- 18 months -theyr; lived s at; .the' house- bf' Mr. Frank Stephen, the elder,' at Caulflcltl, arid for five' years afterwards with- the peti tioner's father at Brighton. Subsequently they resided at Elsternwiok. Several children have been born of the marriage. Husband and wife lived happily together until about .1880, when he began to ill treat her. Evidence was given by Mrs. Stephen, Mrs. J. M. Grant and others a» to diatin'ot acts of oruelty. A' young woman who was called in .. connection with an allegation of adultery against the respondent fainted in the witnoBs box and was remov...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 July 1889

Tho most important subject at present engag ing the attention of those connected with agri culture is the extremely wet weather' that has boon experienced since the last week in May. Previous to and up to ' that period ploughing nnd sowing were busily proceeded with through- ' Dut tho colony ; but these operations have boon put an entira stop to by the rains and floods, whioli havo caused ' an immense amount ot lamago to tho agricultural and other interests throughout the colony, with the exception of an \rea of some miles in' radius ? surrounding the - metropolis, -where, though the' roads have aeen muoh out up and a stoppage put to work ing tho land, tho floods havo not been so severe is to cause any serious damage.- But in nearly til othor parts of the colony they iave been vory heavy; especially in Groulburn Valley, about Eolmca, Avoca, bhe Wimmera and Western distriots, where bridges have beon destroyed, large lengths }f foncing carried away, crops submerged, and joth soil and ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TONIC SOLFA.-ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 July 1889

TONIC SOLFA.— ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. For the past two' centuries the English people have so often been taunted with being unmusical that they have at last come to believo that the reproach is largely deserved. Evidence of this may bo found in the picfcreiice given by our students to Gorman and Italian ' schools when preparing for their artistic career, and iu ' the tendency' they have' to assume Continental —chiefly Italian — names when' finally adopting music as a X'rofession. ' There is, iiideed, no dis tinctly English school which will at all compare with those in Germany, either tor th'oroughness or economy. ' ? The musical degrees conferred at Oxford, Cambridge, and other British universities lia've never boon highly valued in a .' popular sense. Art is of more value financially than learning, and art has never been a strong-point in any English university teaching. Those in stitutions have produced many learned, men, b-.it few artists. But, although we have bor...

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

The strong demand for silver stooks whioh prevailed latoly in this market has during the earlier portion of the month almost subsided, and prices have all fallen considerably, baok to almost tlio same level as before the 'boom.' Broken Hill Proprietary have, however, been a strong exception to tho general fall, and have changed hands largely from £34 to £36 Ss. to £35 10s.; Central Broken were firm at from 78s. to 75s., until towards the close, when they droppod suddenly to 67s. 6d., and close at 67s. South experienced ' a heavy drop from 71s. to 64s., but on' report of rich find roso again to 72s. 6d., but receded again to 61s.; Block 10, Block 14, British Block, Junction, Imperial, New North, _ Round Hill, Pinnacle Tribute and Victoria Cross have all failed to maintain late advances and close mostly at heavy - reductions. The demand for gold mining companies has been very slack; Thero has been a rise in Britannia Unitod,: Black Horse, Egerton, North Johnson, Shamrock.and Shenandoa...

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