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THE ORCHESTRA. No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

THE ORCHESTBA. No. VL . , An orohestra, a military band, a brass band, ? and any company of instrumental performers, is composed obviously of persons characterised by idiosyhorasios as various as. their features. There is the man who loves and caresses his. instrument, the man who forces and bullies his instrument, and those who regard what they play upon with varying degrees of indifference, some even sinking so low as to look upon them as merely the means . of earning ? money. These latter . are at the very ? lowest step of the 'artistio ' ladder, underneath it in foot. They are tho refuse of the artistio oom , tnonwealth, the meanest olass of mechanical performers, persons who would play out of tune if paid oxtra to do so. It is a somewhat strik ing, not to aay' a staggering reflection, that the rondering of the sublimest efforts of musical genius' . is absolutely at the . meroy of a mixed oompany . suoh as is hero des cribed, and ' there ; is no way of got* ting ' behind this ? ...

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 March 1890

. Thoro havo boon some startling ohnngos iu the prices of silver shares during the past month, both of a downward and upward character. At tho outsot thcro was a gouoral rush to ob Wn hIkuos, followcil latpr on by atromioiis olforts to got out, and pi ices fell heavily all round. This was again followed by a reaction, and rjuito an exoited market j-iovailed, with heavy advanoos all round, since whioh there has beon a slight fall in values, but tho market closes firm in the majority of cases. Tho prin cipal alterations woro in IJloek 10, Central .and 3 Jrokon Hill Proprietary ? Under - tlio . now -.sub.': - division tho. shares opened at- an equivalent of £76 for tho old sharos, and closo' at about £71. Junction had a severe drop, but recovorod to £7 10s., and close- at £7 7s.; tho rosult of tho first smelting was very satisfactory. South I3rokcn fell and. also recovered and closed steady. British Blocks fluctuated _ a good deal. Bound Hill lower. Thore wero also heavy falls in all t...

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 March 1890

THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRA LIAN NEWS AND MUSICAL TIMES (Published on tho 1st of Every Month). Contains, in addition to a well written Summary of the Month; a Full Account of the Chief Musical Events throughout tho Colonies, togothorwith an Original ? Composition ; also a Selection of High' Class Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, Current Events, &c, &o. It has a first class sale in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, besides being woll distributed through out Europe, America and tho East. The Best Artists and Engravers in Australia are engaged on The Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times. SUBSCRIPTION (including postage), 8s. PER ANNUM. KATES fo'r ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. per INCH (single column). ? SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE: 140 Fleet-st., E.C. FOREIGN' AGENTS: LONDON. GEO. STREET and Co., 30 Cornbill, E.O. F. ALGAR, 11, 12. Clemont's-lane, Lombard-sfc. BATES, IIENDY and Co., 37 AValbrooki E.C. GORDON and GOTCII, St; Bride-Ob., E.C. CLARKE, SON and PLATT,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

Tho pantomimo, Cinderella, after a nine weoks' successful run at tho Hoyal, '/was with drawn on Fiiday, the 21st February, and on the night following Mr. Warner commenced a. now season, opening witli a revival of Hands Across tho Sea. He wan supported by his daughter and the full strength of the Theatre rloyivl Dramatic Company. . Alter quite a phenomenal season, Sheridan's Fun on tho Bristol .entertainment was brought to a close at tlio Onoriv Houso, and a stupid version of Uncle ''Tom's Cabin played. Tho company was composed partly of Kjlieridan's Christy MinntielH and the Moyal Dramatic Company, producing ' a, combina tion^.; truly ? ludicrous, which, however, was no ? inoio than tho management aimud at. TIioho wero succeeded for a short season by the Bracy Opera Company with a revival of tho Beggar Student./ At tlio Princess's Theatre Dr. Cupid had a fairly Hiipportcd though- not exceedingly profitable run. Then Our Boys was given a show, with Mr. Elton as the Buttormau and Mr. ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MORNING AFTER THE WRECK OF THE HOLYHEAD. THE WRACK OF THE HOLYHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

THJ? ]\;O^N;NQJ[ArTE.R TJIE WRI30K QF.TP BOLYHEAD. THE AVU13CK OF THE IIOLYHEAD. . Full particulars will bo found on pago 14.

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 March 1890

TASMANIA. Tho consolidated revonuo for January is £55,235, as compared with £53,931 for January, 1889. The Mount Bisohoff Tin Mining Company's half yoarly mooting was hold at Launeoston on 31st Jan. Tho roport shows that tho earnings for theporlod woro £45,051, and the orodit remaining to profit and loss account is £35,564. During the half year tho sum of £40,500 wa& distributed, iu clividond.a,

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 March 1890

\ IR^bfCrn I TH^^UN^rASTEJl ? ;: '^j » , ' r, ? BY SPECIAL -WAnnANTS OF. APPOINTMENT vTO / ' ??- . -^ '? . '.^ ? :,'' ; ' -^ ' '^^^^^^^^(^Kl^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^I '?' ^ V H.I.M. Briipresa of Russia. _ Her Majesty The Queen. H.B.H. Princess ofWales. * ^r^™^5B^^B|^^^^^^BH^aBWBW^B j I O,_ '. ...J ] / j AND ALL. THE JIOVAL AND IJII'KiUAL COURTS OP EUROPE. - , W- ' wBmKml^^^^^^^^B^^^^^KK^^^^^^I^^^ k 3 G-o-WTis, Coats, Ulsters,; . . BlBB|H - I JOHN REDFEBN& SONS, Cjfi pattern todio. i»d guaranty » j j ? '^SSowSSSSS^ k ^ at thoir Cowes'1 business, ^&§ perfect fit). Their branohes in i , .; Xij£&.i&'BX-!, WyAHT1 .^ TB'H- « 'WOTRfff. r -^ -have now moro - partiouliwly- - --\^| tho leading cantros of fashion all -? Anyone whose duties require them to undergo mental or m m direotod ' thoir attention to a ? /-r^tk over the world keep them cnv -?'?/;? :, „. ? ... , unnatural excitement, or strain, Bhould uao yd ^^ * *2 system, for accurately ' cutting yJy^mS^ courant...

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 March 1890

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tho work of mounting two now 6. in; ; guns at Fort' Largs, ?which, commands tho ciitranco to tho; Portr-Adolaido River, ? has beon commenced. Tlio i guns aro broeahloading ? Armstrongs with hvdro-imoumatic carriages. -. ?-?'.. ' ?'? '??'': ..The prospects with rogard-to tho revbiiuo ro turns for the present quarter aro exceptionally hopoful, and the Treasurer is looking 'forward to being ablo to declare that the deficiency of last , quarter will havo been wiped out. '? The 14 militia oflicors who resigned bocauso thoy.folt aggrievod that Captain Blair, of tho volunteers, was appointed a. major in tho militia instead of one of. their number being promoted, have now withdrawn tlioir resignations. Agrcat dealof irritation still oxistsover the matter, and a coiifoionco is to take placo between General Downes and, the colonels of tho militia forces with a view of arriving at a settlement. A oloar proof, that whoat will grow in a dry conntry has boen reooived in -Adelaide...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMBERS OF THE FEDERATION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

'?.'.'?' : JKlEMttEKS1 .OF' THE FEDI3RATIO.N! QONFET5..ENa.E. '

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

There lias been a moderato amount of busi ness done in tho various: markets during the past month, and though trade has not boon brisk, , still a fair all round demand for goods continues. Tho importing drapery .housos aro 'now busy opening autumn stocks, and it is a matter for regret that trade in this direction is likely to bo hampered through the /peculiar interpretation placed on the tariff charges. At presont there ?appears to bo litttle ? prospect of the question boing splvoil satisfactorily, but we mny expect that Parliament at its .earliest opportunity will indicate that it is against its policy to ;imppso duties on articles not made in Victoria, and which are specially imported to moot the wants of tho wage earning and poorer classes of the coinniu 'riity.' It is always satisfactory to be able to re cord the 'success of our local manufacturers, and more particularly, when such success promises to open nil a largo and remunerative export trade. How to utilise bur annually in...

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 March 1890

\] QUEENSLAND. ? Parliament is further iiroroguod to 25th March.' ' . ' ? The Mount Morgan Gold Mining Company declared a dividend for January of Is. ner uharc. . equal to £50,000. . ; V !: : ?The revenue for tho' colony, during January - was. . £239, 212, as - compared to £292,440 in January' of the previous year. ?' :. ' The result of the examinations of State sohool oandidatos for the Grammar Sohool Scholarship is ;that -'48 boys) and 9' girls successfully passed. '' -. '-.' ??; ? .,* -, ...; ,.! ;:v':! ''': .:: Dr.Soholes, of Goodua, has been conducting :exporiments with' tho- cultivation of virus for inoculation of cattle against plouro with romilts highly; successful. ;?; ,--.;,. ?; The direotors of tho Tramway Company havo deoided to, lccommcnd an incroaso of capital from: £100, 000 to £500,000, to enablo them to substitute a cable for tho present horso sorvioe.''- v:: ''-..:...,'.','-;'..?''? -'.???'? ': . , ?-'-'. ?''?

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

INTEIlbOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Mr. H. H. Lusk, a barristor of Sydney,' lias beon awarded tlio prize of £150 offerod by tho Govornm'eiit to* tho writor -of tlio.- best composi tion for the first portion of tho School JHstoi'it i'nf. Awttivtli/i '. ? - . . -_:— . ' ' . . :: Blr.v 'Rlorolls, °f Barinedinan,:|nqar. Temora, was' struck ? dead by lightning, ; -while; *: standing at his door. . ? .' : v -::..-- ???'.; A_nuinber of boys; wero hatljing on tlio 7th Feb.- in a creek 'near Hexham whon one, Samuel Loutott, got out of his clepth. A second boy, Horbert Schuok, . also aged. 9, wont to his assis ance, and both wero.drowned. ?;; ^ Tho half yearly 'meeting of the Sydney Meat Preserving Company- was held on 29th Jan. The report showed that tho amount at credit of pro fit and loss for tho past six months had been increased from £13,300 to £16,439. - ? '' Captain F. W. Wyley, of H.M.S. Raven, on 11th, Fob. visited Newcastle to seek information as to the suitability of Newcastle fo...

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

Sovon Prize 'Medals Awarded. ? , SHIMS* Neither scratch nor spurt, tho points boingroundod by a new process. Attention is also drawn to tliolr now ' Graduated Series of l'ann,' ono pattern being . made in four dogrees of flexibility. Ask your store- ' keopor for an Assorted Samplo Box of either series. ' Works : Birmingham, England.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WRECK OF THE HOLYHEAD. [SEE PAGE 8.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

THE WRECK OF THE HOLYHEAD. [SEE I'AOB 8.] A marine disastor of a vory serious description took place ' at tlio Port, Phillip Heads shortly before dusk on 12th Feb., which will probably result in the loss of property, to the value of upwards of £85,000. The jngged promontory of rocks which stretches its partially concealed arm out into tho sea undor tho shadows of the lighthouse at Point Lonsdale has- been a source of danger to mariners approaching' the .port in all weathers. oye»\ since' tho day1 Flinders first Bailed into the placid, waters of Port Phillip, but beyond .placing - a 'guiding light on tho eastern mainland of the entrance the Government has dono practically, nothing to make the narrow passage navigable to strangers even in calm Weather. The pleasant southorly.breozo of tho past' few days brought up a host of vessels which, had beon hanging about the coast for a.favor . able wind, and amongst the mwnber was the now iron ship Holyhead, 2273 tons,, which left Liver pool o...

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

NEAVCASTLE, NEAV SOUTH AVALES. The great, coal metropolis of tho southern hemisphere is distant from Sydney about 75 miles, boing situated at tho mouth of tho River Hunter. Uy rail it is 102 miles, tho iournov being over the famous Zig-zag — ono of, if not tho most, famous engineering feats in tho southern homisphoro. Tho main strcot contains many excellent whops, a markot and several good hotols. Tho post- ofHco, part of whioli is shown on tho right-hand side of -tho viow of Huntor stroet, !h a largo and commodious struoturo of tho early stylo of architecture Tho custom house, with its tall olook towor, affords both a landmark nnd miornamont to tho city. Cluuohos arc numerous, but none can bo said to havo any architectural pretensions. An Episcopalian cathodral has been commenced, although at present the huilding has not got further than laying tho foundation. v ' The. lighthouse, break wator and signal station at tho Nobbyft, as well, as the -magnificent : jbattery at Allan's Hill...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SUBURBAN GOAT. THIS SUBURBAN GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

THE SUBURBAN GOAT. THE SUBURBAN GOAT. The common goat, (enpm), from which is derived the English word 'caper,' wo boliove, is an objoot of profound objurgation to all but his owners. , He is tho pestilonoo that walkoth bv day. the flv in -tho ointment, tho terror of amateur horticulturists and bete'nolr of dwellors in. the suburbs. Ho is a sort of Ishmaclito whoso hand ;- is agaihit. 'every , man. AVliat the pig does for the Irish laboror, : tho festivo goat accoinplishes to some ex't out for tho humbler inhabitants of tho metropolitan environs. Ho may be soon sunning himself on tho idoorsteii, the companion of the oat and tho dog, nnd a brood rrbf chickens it may bo, and allows his', flowing ?? beard to bo toyod with by tho youngstors,' tho very' piotiuo of inno oent complacency and content. It is not, howover, until he marolies' forth with a noble band of brothers on a foraging expedition that he shines in all his glory. Like an expert burg lar, ho. knows exactly where tho booty i...

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

'THROWING- THY BEAUTY OVER ALL,. THOU BRILLIANT, MATCHLESS ASPIN ALL.'— Anon. tIie modern renovator. Gives a Light- I l ~~ _T _ -w^n-T^T f§§| Brilliant Durable ness and Beauty fc r^ roJui1 Hl| Enamel, stands Tone such as no .-mL* ~ ' — — ? : j| First for all the other Enamel t iw, or^ovating Old Fumib™ of eve. af Purposes of De ^A««^o.«^o. HJIjJables.Milking Stools, Hot-Water CANs.BRAtfi «™.«4-;*vn pOSSSSSes. ISPUCKETs, Bedsteads; In fact any old eyesore can m- GOrd»moil. ; ?- : ': ????;.'?'?? v ? '-' '???'?c:- BJP'^'' Bven ' by * child in a very short space of hni|ij ? ''?'?? :] j -V.;'*- .' : . ..? ;..- . ? B^^PINALL'S -ENAMEL.' ;: ' ? Jj : ?? .-. ' QCAMTV AKirV EM'. «? directions for use ' ;., -.Jffl ' . -' ? TWV ? THP ? DLMU IT MINL/ HR?4&forc usme;iF the ENAMEL gets thick' a vertlittleTurWB XXlfX XI i ? * H^VP.'I.S?^ '«er be allowed to stand LPpe^-!»i «^i'fn5wfll 'Brilliancy mB^W^^^M^^^^^&i^m you will be , tmiLLIAINOT ?^AyEM^e^^ T\JU WILL Dt ADTAIMCn Bh^ 'x --: ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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HOW WE FORMED A MOUNTED RIFLE CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

HO AV AVE FORMED A MOUNTED RIFLE CORPS. In this series of sketohos our artists has ondoavorod to dopict tho humorous .sido to tho. attempt to raise a mounted rifle carp in a town ship, tho name of whioli for obvious reasons shall bo nameless. Anyono who has boon resident in an up-country township has realised tho diffi culty in finding occupation for sparo timo. Tho usual ride, after a little, from being a pleasure, is looked upon almost in tho light of a duty. Cricket and lawn tonnis, which ? at their inception were considered .sufficient occupation for any reasonable person, stagnato and finally die a natural death. Shooting and fishing are all vory woll in thoir- way, but a man soon gets tired of doing it every 'day in tho week. Now mid again a race or sports meeting livens things up for a bit, but as a rule rational amusomonts are of the scantiest kind. Honco any new schome is hailed with dolight, especially it it is invested with tho pomp and circumstances of war, as in tho pro...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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