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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

?-:', . . . '? ' QUEENSLAND. ?The. Queeu-strcot property occupied by Edwards' and Lamb, drapers, has been sold at £650 per foot. . . C:6n the 29th January the quarter-master of tlio British-India steamer Waroonga fell over board and was drowned at sea. _ Four little boys wore playing on a plank across a waterhole on Mr. Thompson's estate on 27th l«eb. when tho plank collapHed and all woro drowned. - '??? ' A. Cingalese and two white women have boon arrested, at Burkotown for being suspected of the murder of a young black gin, whose body was found on the river bank tied to a piece of iron. Atelogram from St. George states that tho present is one of the richest seasons over oxpo rioucod in the district. Grass and water every where are abundant, and stock routes all that can be. desired. At the Supreme Court, Ipswich, on tho 27th February, Elizabeth Hyde, a young woman, was found guilty and sentenced to death for the murder of her husband at Duganand by poison. The jury recommended her...

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

Business has remained quiot throughout tho month, and the nearer approach of tho close of tho quarter, when a majority.of our local banks , ? mako up thoir half yearly balanco, is already mado apparont by tho desiro to restrict pur chases. Tho outlook for tho coming quarter is' -.,. not very oncourngiiig, mid tlioro appoars 'to; bo a growing fooling .that tho late* prosporous 4irn6s ''?'?... enjoyed by tlio various tradoa may bxporieuoe a''7'!' check, and that wo shall havo a dull winter,'' with tho possible alternative of tho land boom ' influencing tho monoy markot in connection with real estate. Still, tho unexpected -in now ?' ' communities like ours ho often occurs that tho- liopo may bo fairly ind ulgod in that mnttora may not bo so bad aB some possimistR apprehend. The new loan will probably be placed on tho market during the first woek in April, or at latest immediately nfter tlie Easter holidays, . and the present, condition of ;tho London money markot indicates that the pr...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

TH RRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. A fatal railway accident took place on 1st March on tho new lino between Fcnshurst and Hawkcsdalo. The -navvies' camp, hail. -.lately ))oeii romovod to Hawkcsdalo, and aftor leaving ''work, 30 men were starting from Penshurst ; ',? at half-past '7 ^o'clock, for the camp.; Tho * - ', 1 men wprc sitting in a truck which was pushed »'. afong by tho engine. When about a mile and a -?'vhalf.frorh'IJ6nsliur8t,''6n onteriuga cutting, tho - ' . ,''v truck ran into a hullook which was crossing the ' : , ' ? line. The truck turned over on its ,side, and ' - the engine, 'with . two pairs of wheels off tho rails, forced the truck a'littlo way up tho embankment baforp .it could ho stopped. The ' 1 c driver, Simpson, had reversed the engine imme ''?' V- diatoly on piirceiving the obstacle. Tho rosult ' ' ? -- ;wasv:most disastrous.' ' . .: Six -.men wore killed' liiiHtnntancotiHly, one having'hii head otenn out . ? olf, another being cut in two, while sevon other - 'J ...

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 April 1890

HOBSOX S BAY. ARiuyun.— March 1.— Port Denison, S. M. Orr, from London, -fcc; Bucephalus, A. Forrestei\ from Calcutta ; Ivanhoo, R. George, from London; Biinnockburn, ' IX Teviotdale. from London ; Timaru, 1): Fullorton, from Gothenburg. 4.— Dnriinda, John Gray, from Calcutta. &c. 5.— Arcadia, \V. IJ. Andrews. R.N.R., from Iiondon, &c 7.— Lorna Boon, A. Raid, from Port LoiiIr, Mauri tius ; Port Jackson, Oeorgo R. Hurtdy, from Lon don, &c; Vluto, 1-\ Kahler, from Oefle. 8.— Yarm, Ij.;Boulard. Lt. «le V., from Mai-soilles, &c; Damas cus, A. H. H. .Douglas, from London. 12. — Culgoa, J. IS. Ilbory, from London, Ac. 14.— Nuruboig,' II. Englebart, fiom Bremen; Iburia, W. Waddilove, from London, r 15. — Sommerfeld, W. - Bannan, from Antwerp. IS— Clitus, J. D. C. Aitkon, from Calcutta. 17.— William' Manson, II. Kindred, from Mauritius. 18.— Aigbuvtli, Dnwling, from London ; Province, H. R. - Jones, from London.; Sliove Donard, R, Campbell, from Liverpool ; M...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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AMERICAN ITEMS. NEW YORK, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

AMERICAN ITEMS. ; [FKoir Oun Correspondent. J '? Npw TTonK,,. 7th February., .. Th-| new Gilbert, and Sullivan opera, The Gondoliers, was produced at.the Park Theatre, ? but 'cannot be Baid to have achieved a success. ; Ther cpriipany- sent ~ out ? specially by Messr3. D'Oyley Carte and Co. is inferior' to those we have been in the habit of- seeing the- operas of' these . celebrated ; collaborateura , ' entrusted i to, and(the:work;appears,tpfall off in merit in the ; second act. ...Every, one, was. disappointed, ,but; the prciiir/b of the author and composer sufficed, to obtain for it a 'i'liccea d'eativicl n ' The eminent vtrtKOsi, Harasato and D'Albort, announced . , in , ad vertise.ments ,; ' as .'? tho , two -. greatest living musioiansj' gave their filial con cert, this 'sbdsbri;'fn -the MeiropblitanrOpe'ra House, on 14th .January, assisted by ? the Grand Symphony Orchestra;' cbnduoted by Dr. Dam ? rOaoli. They have , deservedly mot /with v.ery,, great sucoess, and willreceive...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

EUROPEAN ITEMS. [From Our Corresponi)e.\ts.J London, 7th February. Tho London Symphony concerts conducted by Mr.-Honsohel-huvo -obtained- mubh^popularity ,-;-.- anil*, have-' familiarised the musical; public with ..:_. many 'of/1 Wagnor's-' worfcis, , partioufarlyf' with ..*:?? selections trom'Jfixfqh. dn they haver.no' 6pportui-^ A. nity of ?hearinftrtntUelr. entirety. '???*.,'' .] *-:r-'. - ThoMo'iidayP.o'ftlilar'opncert season is'still inv \.l pfeQgrBftBJ^an^.arn^^^6jp_wJio1 hirvo; rooontly- '^ appeared as pianists are Herr Stavenlingcn, Mr. Franz lluinmol and Mudnmo Janetha, who ap peared 'at' short notice' iirthe place of Madame Haas,- tlmfc lady being unable to. -play, through .an'attack of tlio prevalontynfluenza. Madame ? 'N6riulii.(La(]y Ha)l-5).liasrjQon appearing as solo yiolinis[t and-leader ef.the string qiinrtet. ''., -:? ;-C'A comic opera)t entitled Marjorie, by,,.W. ? 'Slaughter, has replacedr PouT Jones 'at the Prince of 'Wales Theatre; 'arid proved. :very buc cossf...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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LAYING THE MEMORIAL STONE OF TRINITY COLLEGE WOMEN'S HOSTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

LAYING THE MEMORIAL STONE OF TRINITY COLLEGE WOMEN'S HOSTEL. The coromony of laying the memorial stono of tho hostel whioh is being erected within tho grounds of Trinity G'lUogp, and which will bo known as the Janet CInrko-huihKngs, was per formed— on. -the. .-17tli~ulr....hy...th.i.- Oountesi?i...of Hopetoun, in tho pro*encB of a largo and influential gathering. The hii'lding will be in the Gothic style of arn'.iifectuvo, thrco stories high, with .an iinpm'ng 'clock tower in the contro of the structure, which /will, face: to. the Sydney-road. It will lie built of brick, nnd will present when complofn an elegant appearance. Tho cokt of the. petition which is- -now. being oreetod will be from £6000 16 £6500, and Lady Clarke has generously donated' the handsome sum of £5000, but the completion of the build ing will, it is expected, 'necessitate nu outlay of ovor £20,000.: S'r Matthew Davies, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, has given the sum of £2000 towards an endowment fund for ...

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OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. OUR COLORED SUPPLEMENT. THE MORNING AFTER THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

OUll COLORED SUPPLEMENT. THK MORNING AFTER THE FIRE. It U the fivto of the Australian, settlor to encounter many difficulties and dnngers,.but all others, sink into comparative insignificance beside the overwhelming calamity of a bn'sh fire. Tho pioneers of every now country /inter upon thoir tnak in the cheering hope of ultimately' tichieving independence nnd making a ebmfort nblo homo for themselves 'and their families. AH that physical energy, unflagging industry, intelligence find foresight can. accomplish is demo to effect their purpose, nnd at the moment when success poems to crown -their exertions, and that a thought for the morrow ceases to lie the stimulus to effort, down comes the firo fiend and swoeps away tlio labor of yearn, -and leaves a scene of saddening desolation. In our colored supplement the artist depicts with fidelity what may bo wit nessed amidst the forest tdndes or rolling plains of fair Australia after one of those terrible and far spreading conflagrations....

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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AMERICAN ITEMS. NEW YORK, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

AMERICAN ITEMS. - ': ! [Fnoir Ook ConnkspoNDBNT. J ? ; -,,'*, ? - i -Nkw York; 7th February. :; r, Tho.v new; ; Gilbert and; Sullivan opera, The', .Gondoliers, was produced at the Park Theatre, - but 'cannot bo said to have achieved a success. ? The company sent out specially by Messrs. D.'Oyley Carte, and Co. is inferior , to, those ,we have been in the habit of seeing the operas of, * these celebrated . collaboratcurs entrusted to,' and the work appears to fall off in merit in the second act. Every otio was disappointed, but the pr c it if/cot tho author arid composer sufficed to' obtain for it a 8ucce8,d'eslime.. ; ? .. ...-?.'? ., ,,. The.eminent virtuosi, SSarasato arid D'Albe'rt,' announced in advertisements as ' the two greatest living musicians,', gave, their final con cert this season' in tho. Metropolitan Opera . House, on 14th January, assisted by the Grand Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Dam rosoh. They, have;' deservedly, met with very ' great success, and will rec...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [From Our Correspondent.] A* series of four concerts ia announced to bo given, by the Adelaide Musical Association, . the programmes to. inolude works by the best com posers. One great feature in the arrangements is the engagement of the great baritone, Mr. Charles Sahtloy, whose singing created so great a sensation on; his first appearance here. At the first concert, on the 1st April, Handel's Oratorio, Samson, is to be given, the. first time for 25, years, so that to nioft of tlie audience it will be quite new. Tho second coricort is' to be ? a miscellaneous one; at the'' third Stanford's Revenge, Cade's Zion and Mackenzie's Bene dictus will be produced ; and the last will con sist of Handel's Oratorio, Israel in Egypt, at whioh the association will bo assisted by the chorus of tho Port Adelaido Musical Society.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

NEW SOUTH. WALES. . [From Odu Ookubspondknt.] ; ? A series of orchestral concerts has been inau gurated, taking place on Saturday aftorcoons. The fourth was given on the 8th inst., and there was an oxcollent attendance ; indeed, the audiences have increased in number. at each sue- ? cesHive conceit. The programme consisted of . Weber's Euryanthe- overture ; Bach'R 'air in ? D. composed for violiii solo, but played on this occasion by the whole- of tlie first violins, led by Mr. Rivers Allpress; Mendelssohn's Italian Sym phony; Liszt'sfirst Hungarian RlidpHody; Gl'uck's .davotte from his opera, Iphigenie in Aulide ; and. Massenet's Lo Cid ballet music. At the fifth concert, given on the 15th inst.,- the pro gramme included the overtures to Tannliauser, Oberoii and William Tell, by Wagner, Weber v and Rossini respectively/and Max Bruoh's vio- ' lin concerto, played by Air. Rivers Allpress. A fairly good body of instrumentalists has been got together, but their performances occasionall...

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

MUSICAL DIREOTOBY, MADAMS FANNY SIMONSKN, - ^ . Cambo, . '-:, '?-- -.-rcarlisle-street. St. Kilda. ' ALLAN'S, Monday and Thursday. ' ;- MR. THOMAS J. HAMMOND, . .Messrs. ALLAN and Co., Collins-street East And -? : ??— Morningside, North Brighton. MISS ALICE KING, Bronze and Silver Medallist, B.A.M., London. PIANOFORTE and SINGING. Messrs. NICHOLSON and Co., Collins-street. MELBOURNE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. Offices, Messrs. NICHOLSON & Co., 246 ColHns-st UON. CONDUCXOK, Mr. GKORGB PEAKB. Rehearsals, Assembly Hull, every Tuesday evening, at 7.30 p.m. Subscriber's subscription, £1 Is.; per former's subscription, 10s. 6d. J. MUNRO ROSS, Hon. Sec. MR. GEORGE FKAKE, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, ORGAN, PIANO -_ AND SINGING, 183 Collins-street East. WALTER J. TURNER (Organist and Choirmaster, St. Paul'sPro-Cathedral Professor gf Music Working Men's College), ORGAN, PIANO, SINGING. Terms, W. H. Glen and Co., Collins-street. MR. JAMES MAVOR, PROFESSOR VOF SINGING AND HARMONY ALLAN. AND Co., COLL...

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MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

m;xjsic review. ?': 'Wo have rebeivod the /following music for review.from MessH.;W. H.;Glen and Co. :— A. Garden of {Memoriesi. waltz on Michael Wa'taoii's popular, song, , by May OHtlere;;' A very bright and' melodious production, woll written and 'riot difficult. The? song wordsj'ard inserted, so that those who wish may sing while t otlibrs dance. This waltz may be recommended to those on t lie look but for new.daVice-music. . ,' Pick Me Up, polka, by- Florence.! Fare. 'Also a very tuneful composition, riot 'strikingly ' original, perhaps, f but not on that account likely. ' to be loss acceptable, v ' , ' ' Ji--- ? /? '. ' Love Star, waltz (ori^ 'a melody by .Daniele Pecorini); by Otto Boeder: ' Anothercombina tion of waltz. and isong,vwith-.words; inserted. This is a rather unequal composition pthe.por tions attributab'o to Daniele Pecorini, aro far bettor than the rest. ', .The (tinging melody is very pleasing, but much of , tho ''padding''- is not by any means, original; moreo...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Editor begs to announce that lie cannot -undertake to return MSS. which he finds unsuitod or insertion. ''Correspondents are advised to retain 'copies of their MSSr * ' r; ' T '«-- -r-i -?-?-?,-.--??- ..SXNnHUiiST.-^Your composition ,is~ hardly 'iip to'; our standard, ami lhoi-oover, is' npt'._ free v from, grammatical mistakes. You will -notice a bud! example of consecutive Hftlu in tho second bar after the change to the major; and thoro 'are others,' though none so glaring as this one. - E.J.O.— Thei'o is only, ono flute part in. Beotho ?ven'a 1'ourth Symphony. : ??- ? ,- . . -'..; ? ,...' ? B.T.— Tlielpractice of -starting a song in one key' and ending- i tin another is not to bo commended, even, although the one bo tlie relativo niajor of the other. - Of course, to end in tho tunic major is quite permissible, and indeed very common. Wariinamuool.— Tho air you mention is from Verdi's I Nasnadieri, a work which was first pro duced in London in 1847 ;...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [From Our Cobrespondent.] A series of four ooncorts is announced to be ; gtvetr by the -AdelaHdeJttusical Associtttion, thV^ ' , IJrogrammes to iualudo worksjby - tire -bjest com'-' - -, posers.- One great- feature. iii- the' arrangemen inZ Ji is the engagement' of the great baritone, Mr. Charles San tley,,' whose singing created so great a sensation oil his first appearance hero. At the first concert, on the 1st April, Handel's Oratorio, Snrnson, is -to be - given, the first 'time .-.- - for .25' years; so that tojnbct.'of the audience' it; ;:?'-. will be quite new, Tho second concert is to be-- a* miscellaneous one ; at tlio1' third Stanford's' v Revenge, Gado's Zion and Alaokenzie's Bene diotiH will ho produced ; and the last will con sist of Handel's Oratorio, Israel in Egypt, at which tho association will bo assisted by the chorus of tho Port Adolaido Musioal Society.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE WRECK OF THE QUETTA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

THE WRECK OF THE QUETTA. Ono of tlio moat awfully sudden and calamitous shipwrecks ever ocourrlng in these watora is) reported from Northern Queensland. The British India Company's steamer Quetta, a fine, powerful vossol bound from Brisbane to London, was making hor way along the coast noar to Capo York when she struck on an un known rock with_ such terrific off cot that one side', of the- vessel was torn' out,' arid the ship wont down in about' three minutes.' There was', a full passenger jiist/. which, with tho orew, made up a total of 291'^ouls, and of this number nearly half were swt^llpwe'd up in tho waves. The uumbor saved was-158, so that 133 persons havo gone to a watery grave. Thbre wore 33 saloon passongors, but^only ,6 have been saved. Of the 65 steerage IpoWcngors only 9 are accounted for. [ Fourteen- .out of tho European crow of 28 aro rescued. :A remarkable f eaturo is the large proportion of Lascars whose lives are saved. Of tho colored deokjcre\v'72 out of 93 were ab...

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THE VISIT OF MR. HENRY GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

THIS ;VISIT OF MR. HENRY GEORGE. In view1 of . tho wido interest taken in Mr. George, who is now on a visit to Australia, by all intorestod in tho social problems of tho day, ' whethor they arc advocates or op ponents of the single tax theory, which has brought the author of :.Proiirc88 awl Poverty into such prominonco, a briof sketch of his career will bo read with interest. 'Richard Samuol Homy Geoi'go : (the father .of Henry Georgo), who roooiitly diod lit . the age of 80 yoars, was for some ypars a publisher of religious literaturo, but -afterwards took the position of 'asoartaining clerk' in tho Philadelphia Custom House, whore he remained from 1831 to 1861. -Ho married a Miss 'Vallimo, a lady oE romarkablo personal beauty, who '. diod about soveu yoar.s since, at the ago of ovor 80 -years. Honry George was' born; at Philadelphia in 1837, and attondod a ? publio 'school until his 12th ypar, when his father placed him in Dr. Hare's Episcopal Academy, intending to givo him ? a th...

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

APHORISMS. It is a poworf ul magnetic current that con nects tho two forms of human thought and feeling, as oxpressod in pootry find musio. Liszt. ♦ ? # #' # # Strict truth, in deolimatibnis tho first and foromost requisite of vocal musio. 1 ' Wbbbr. A cultivated musioianT may study Raphael's Madonnas with an muoh profit as a painter may study Mozart's symphonies. Mkndklssohn. A musician who ^wishes to think correctly when composing, should havo. melody' and har mony simultaneously':in his mind. -? P. E. Baoh. ? ' # *' * .# ♦' * ' ' A 'true musioian is imbued with a spirit of poetry. ' . ' Bekthovbn. , , It is essential that you* should train your mind moro than your' flngerV. -i ' ' HAUJPTMANN. # ? ,'.'.#? '*'? :?:;* ? __# . » .,.Tlie union of speech and musio is the noblest bond that hna ever been «on8ummated.— Hn-

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POETRY. THE INDIAN SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

POETRY. _^_ — ' + ?? THE 'INDIAN SUMMER. ... , When the summer breezes haver died away, And the autumn winds are drear, And the forests have changed their green array, Foi the hues of thedy'iug year; There comes a season, brief and bright, 'When the zephyrs 'breathe with a gentle swell, ' And the sunshine plays with a softer light, Like the nummer's'ldst 'farewell. 'Tis a season of deep and quiet thought, And it brings a calm to the breast; And the broken 'heart, and the mind o'er wrought,,.: May find, in its stillness, rest; For the gentle voibe of the dying year, From forest and sUnny plain, Is sweet as it falls on the mourner's ear, And his spirit^forgets 'its' pain. Yet over all is a mantling gloom, That saddens the'gazor's heart; ' . ?,'.. For soon shall the:auturrin's varied bloom From the fores t'treeB'dopart ; The bright leaves jwlilrl in the eddying ah? Their boautiful'tints are fading fast, The mountain tops will soon bo bare, And the Indian summer, past. : James Dixon.

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