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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

So long a roat from political excitement as we have been enjoying is a now and ?welcome expe rience, and people are in hopes that the ship of State will be allowed to continue upon the course she is now steering. The tax payers of the colony are heartily sick of those politicians who see no virtue in anybody but themselves, and who aro always proclaiming that the colony is going to the dogs bocauso they do not happen to bo in office. A good Opposition, overybody knows, is the best thing that any country with representative Government could have ; but, unfortunately, it has been the custom in New Zealand, for Homo Oppositions, at any rato, to consider their proper function. to bo tho dis crediting of any Government — with causo or without it — in order to sail its position and eventually. seize the. reins of powor. .In politics, as in, love, they adopted the motto that every thing was fair, and wore constantly on tho alert to soizo minor advantages or to turn tho tables upon Ministor...

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

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Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

VICTORIA. Recent discussions in the press,' followed by explanations from the platform, indicate that questions of finance are as a closed book to most public' men in the colony, not even except ing the Treasurer himsolf and a number of - politicians who have already hold that, olticu. 'Whon in July last the budget speech was do liverod, tho country was led to belie vo that, tho balance to be , carried forward to the financial year . 1889-90 amounted to no loss than £1,700,000. Tho statomont produced a chorus of congratulatory encomiums uj ion Mr. Gillies, who; was declared to have eclipsed the historic ' personage known an Prosperity Kobinson, who at one time had o similar story to tell the Houso of Commons. 'With ( so much money in hand tho Government ' was mercilessly besieged with applicants for subsidies for almost every object it would bo possible to define or the human imagination to conooivc, and, nothing averse, the Treasurer for a time appeared resolved to bo liberal; From...

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 February 1890

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

HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. IX. '??'v';; .. ,,^ ... When a student has arrived at that .degree of ?, advancement in pianoforte pldy ing f and musical1' ? culture oombinod,. which; the drudgery, of milf incntnry study being over, -allows- 'the- sBsthetio' '? faculties tocoine.irito play, it is most desirable that ovoryopportunity 'should bej.taltcn 'of ? hear- ' ing suoh solo pianists ns nrb credifced;with;bein'g artists in contradistinction to, thoso wh'o are mbidy virtuosi. The latter clnssj.beiong'to'tho' same category .as* prcstidiyitutcurs arid other ? similar performers exhibiting dexterity and K ailroitnoss ; tlicir playing produces astonishment and awakens curiosity, but appeals td no higher ; feelings. To listen to porformers' of this clnrti before tho taste and judgment aro fully formed is positively detrimental to artistic, progress,' hs tho tondency to imitntion is . strong, and ' the - '' adoption of ft meretricious standard of . excellence is likely to lead ' ???' to v...

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

CURIOSITIES OF MUSICAL CRITI CISM. - .Excepting iu the leading metropolitan jour nals, in whoso case gentlemen of proved musical ability forma regular and recognised part of the staff,, we find that there is no department of newspaper work in whioh the fitness of tho individual for. tho special duties which aro entrusted to him is so little regarded as in that which deals with what is; complacently entitled musical criticism. Distinotivo knowledge of a reasonably technical kind is roquirod at the hands of thoso whoso dutios deal with racing, football or shipping matters, or at least so much of it as shall prevent thorn from falling into pal pable errors of description or comment, whilo at tho same time tho principle docs not appear to bo oxtondo'd to musioal events, and some junior raoinbor of tho staff, to judge at loast from tho published rosulta, is called from his normal occupation of ' polishing up the handle of the big front door ' to report and oritioiso concerts . oontaining...

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

THE INFLUENCE OF THE LIEDERTAFELS. ? Music, as we understand the term, is by far tlio youngest of the arts. It may bo fairly open to doubt whether tho world will cvor seo such mastorpiecos of soulpturo as thoso produced by the anciont Grcoks ; and although it is by no moans so certain, that future artists may not produce works eclipsing thono of tho medineval masters, thore is at least no question that tho art of painting had roachod a very high degreo of porfeotion at a time when music was in its infancy. : No really groat stridos were mado in music until tho uixtcenth contury. And just as tho highest efforts of the masters of painting were devoted almost exclusively to ecclesiastical subjects, so the now art was principally developed with tho view of providing for tho requirements of p'ublio worship. Indoed, it is not too much to say that tho modern art of musio owos its oxistonco to the dosire of the church to ronder its services attractive, and to that of composort) to produco m...

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

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR FEBRUARY. 1st.—ADOLPH C. W. SCHLOESSER, born at     Darmstadt, 1830. Teacher and composer. 2nd.—GIROLAMO CRESCENTINI, born at       Urbania, 1766 ; died in Naples, 24th April,   1846. Vocalist and excellent teacher. 3rd.—JACOB FELIX MENDELSSOHN-BAR-     THOLDT, born at Hamburg, 1809 ; died at Leipzig, 4th November, 1845. 4th.—SIR MICHAEL COSTA, bom in Naples,     1807 ; died in London, 29th April, 1884. Distinguished conductor and composer. 5th.—FRANKLIN TAYLOR, born 1843, Bir-     mingham. Eminent pianist and teacher. 6th.—HENRY LITOLFF, born in London,       1820. Pianist and composer, founder of the celebrated firm of music publishers.   7th.—RICHARD GENEE, born at Dantzic,   1824. Composer of popular comic operas. 8th.—L. W. MAURER, bo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

POETRY. '' LOVE. You ask mo, fair haired maiden, AVhy my lips their silence keep ? — 'Tis beoauso true love is'lying, Love is lying, In my heart so still and deop. Does tho flame break oat in singing When it soareth to tho sky ? ,. Its wings outspreading high and red, So high and red, Yot silently. The rose, too, makes no speeches 'When her blossoms ope in light ; She glows and breathes in silonco through, In silence through, Tho summer night. And so myjove is living Since you gave yourself to me ; It glows and blooms for ever, ' Blooms for ever, So quietly. . -

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

        DR. TORRANCE.   The Rev. George William Torrance, M.A., Mus. Doc, whose portrait is here given, was born at Rathmines, Dublin, in 1835. He 'received his early musical training in the Cathe dral of Christ Church, Dublin, where other dis tinguished musicians, including Sir. John Sto-, yenson and Sir Robert Stowart, also recoived their earliest instruction. Dr. Torrance devotcd. himsolf chiefly to the study of tlio organ and composition, and soon became so proficient an. oxeoutant as to bo ablo to undertake tho duties of ohurch organist, and on one occasion, while, yet a boy, accompanied on tho organ the whole of Handel's Israel in Egypt, owing to tho un avoidable absence of orchestral accompaniment, at a performance given under tho oonduotorahip , of Mr. Joseph Robinson. Ho composed at the age of 19 ah oratorio entitled Abraham, which was performed at the Ancient Concort Rooms,' Dublin, all. the loading musicians...

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

dr. tourance. ; Tho Rev. George William Torrance, M.A., Mus. Doc, whoso portrait is here given, was born at Rathminos, Dublin, in 1835. Ho received his early musical training in the Cathe dral of Christ. Church, Dublin, where other disv tinguished musicians, including Sir John Ste venson nnd Sir Robert Stewart, also, received their earliest instruction. ' Dr. Torranco devoted himsolf chiefly to the study of tho organ and composition, nnd soon became ho proficient an oxeoutant as to bo ablo to undertake the duties of church organist, and on ono occasion,' while yet a boy, accompanied on tho organ tho whole of 'Handel's Israel in Egypt, owing to the un avoidable nbsouco of orchestral accompaniment, at ft performance given under tho conduotornhip of Mr. Joseph Robinson. Ho composod at the age iof 19 an orntorio entitled Abraham, ' which was'performod at the Anoiont Concert Rooms, Dublin, all the loading musicians of the city taking part. Sir Robert Stewart presiding nt tho organ,' nnd ...

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

APHORISMS. ; No composer should ncgloot vooal music, for it makes dramatlo truth a roality, Thoro in but ono stop from vocal to instrumental music, but a great many from instrumental to voaal music. .-rrWEBER. M. * * » # Art and speculation are two extromos, whioh hate and abhor oaoh other. — Bkiilioz. .♦?'.?'♦. ♦ ? *. . * However gifted a composer may bo ho will only prpduoo indifferont musio if tho poet does not Icihdlo in him that onthuslasm without which evory work of art is dull and lifolpaa,— GfcVOK,

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERNING A RECENT MUSICAL CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

bbNOERifING- A RECENT MUSICAL r '?...??'.- CRITICISM., ''..','.' ' . ., The, feelings entertained towards . a critic by .the author, poet or composer upon whoso work, he has sat in judgment-are -frequently tho reverse of cordial. ,If we oonsidor the proportion of grain to chaff in the whole catalogue of works of , notion or of art, we shall feel noastonishment at this stato of things, and' We sliall bo able to extend our sympathy to those gentlemen who,' ' . having given' forth something to the world, aro! trembling, in their' shoes with terror lest*' the.' critics' shall fall foul of thoir production.' How much to bo envied, then, is the man who' has no ' such fear ; who knows that the verdict of ' ' the ' critics' is snro to bo favorable. And how gladly ? would other i-roduaers of similar works ex-' change their own position,' whether 'of terror in.! anticipation of tho verdict, or' of 'discoinfltiiro aftof its final pro'nounoorneilt, for' that, of this' lucky wight!, , ' ' ' - ''...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BUSH POST OFFICE. MELBOURNE. A BUSH POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

A BUSH.POST OFFICE./ -^ '-?- - - - - .!-? ' r A BUSH POST OFFICE. ,,. AV hen qhe^onters the bush, that is to aay the .bush proper,, lib : must commence a life of self abnegatidn, more or less limited, as circum stan'coBwill permit. ?But, though a man may dispenso with almost everything ? olso, tliero is one thing ho will not give up, and that is 'his lottora arid, papers. Bo ho ever so far- away,' .?whether shephordiug , on tho Diamiintinii,':' or- digging gold ? iii tho Kiinbpr ley, '?.tlioyj'form tho one link 'that connect withtho outer world. Ho may have to ride 20 or 30 miles for his mail, but this is a task that is lightly, thought of, for who knows but what the primitive little mail box may 'not somo day contain nows that is worth ten times the dis tance to travel? A bush post office is a thing that tho red coated official of civilisation would scorn . to reppgniso, - but still it ; fulfils its pur pose' as well as tho . towered building in Ulim bqth-street;iii,.whioli;'6ur 'l...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PLACE OF NATIONAL MUSIC IN NATIONAL EDUCATION. Professor of Music at the University of Cambridge. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

THE PLAOE OF NATIONAL MUSIO IN NATIONAL EDUCATION. ! Bv G. VitLiisus Stamfoud, , Processor of Musio at the .University of Cam i bridge. , , . [Awi Rights Rkseiivkd.] Th a manner in whioh the art of musio is cul tivated in England at tho preseut time must present a curious spectacle to tho intelligent stranger, if, indeed, it does not perplex him as. - honelesslv as the British constitution itself : for where most holp-is needed from a paternal government none is given, and where a sparing bllt judicious expenditure would be of valuo, a reckless and unconscionable sum of money is poured out, most of it wastod on methods of . education whioh produce results so meagre as to be useless to the nation ; the remainder it isi true, is moro profitably applied to higher and more complete branches of study, . whioh would, how-' ever, proiluoo far greater results if pecuniary support did not wholly cease. with the comple tion of technical training. Tho fact is that, as in many othor matters whi...

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

MR. ARMES UEAUMONT. Mr. Edward Armos Beaumont, whoso portrait . is horo given, was born at Norwich, on thn 15th December, 1842, and came to Australia in 1848. Ho mado his first public appearance as a vocalist in Handel's Messiah at a performance given in 1861 by tho Musical Union Sooioty in tho old Theatre Royal, Molbourno. lie undertook tho musio for toiior on that occasion at tho shortest notice, and with so muoli hucooss that ho determined on adopting singing as a profession. In tho follow ing year ho made a concert tour in Now Zealand and South Australia, and in 1863 mado his first appenranoo in opera in Sydnoy, playing tho part of Thaddaus in tho Bohemian Girl. Ho subse quently joined Mr. W. S. Lystci's opera company, ? making his first oporatio appearance iu Mul« bourne at tho Theatro Royal as Tonio in Tho Daughter of tlio Regiment, on tho 14th of May, 1864. ' Ho has appoared iu the principal tonor ' roles of. all tho standard operas, both English and Italian, including tho ex...

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

SKflTOBES AT &ORN& }. On the Bpaoh AT liOHNE. 2. Oumdkrland^Obekk. 3. Falls on Oumpbi-ANP OWKK. }. On the Bpaoh AT liOHNE. 2. Oumdkrland^Obekk. 3. Falls on Oumpbi-ANP OWKK. iv; SKETCHES. AT iORNE. ? ' Lome is one' of the most picturesque water ing places of Victoria. Its varied beauties aro known to many, and appreciated by everyone . who has had tho pleasure of spending a few davs in this tourists' naradise. Situated an easv day's journey from Melbourne— railway and coach combined— it affords a splendid recruiting ground for wearied 'city folk who wish to resuscitate after tho worries of business. ; The little ..village 'nestles ; on : the shores of Louttit Bay, one of tho beauty spots of Australia. From this haven can be visited ?? some of tho swoutost sylvan scones in tho sou thorn hemisphere, as well as revel in coast scenery unoquallcd in tho south of Australia. Thero is a liappy com bination of seascape and landscape. The mag nificent mountains of the Otway ran...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. No. X. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. No. X. Independence both of tlio fingers of each hand and of the two hands when used together is a sine quit non in polyphonic playing, ovory part having to be made clear and each being of equal importance. As an aid to that clearness of per ception which must precede intelligent intcrpro* tation it may bo recommended that tho parts he written out on soparato staves as if to bo ren ddrod by combined voices or stringed in* strumonts, thus showing distinctly their relationship and interdependence. When a student has mado some progress in this style of plnying the study of tho organ will be found of much ussi&tanco in attaining further proficiency. Much misapprehension exists us to tho influence of tho organ on pianoforte playing, whioli- is supposed by many persons to bo an injurious one. Tint is duo to the heavy and inexpressive touch of many orgauists when playing the piano, inducing tho belief that tlio organ deprives the touch of delicacy and e...

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

Wg^^0^^J^^' The. extremely high temperature that pro-, vailed for such an unusually lengthened period , during :- the latter 'part of January '.and- the beginning of February has proved very disastrous ?' in ifa effects upon the farming community, drought prevailing at the (same time and adding , to theirijurysustained, except hv a' few dlatriots^ of limited oxtont where thunder showers bad* previously fallen. As a consecjuoiice, bush fires broke put in numerous places and Bpread far and wide,' carrying devastation to grass, fences, of which rhany miles have been .consumed, to cattle and sheep, of ? which a great number were des troy ed, and in some places to farm nud other build ings, bosideslumber that had.been out for fencing and other purposes. Among tlio numerous re ports of the ravages of the fires,'the_ following will give an idea of their extent and intensity : — ' A fire broke out in tho Goulburn Valley during the week ending 8th - Feb ruary ; ' it spread over several holdi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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