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THE FIRST OPERA. A NOVELETTE BY HECTOR BERLIOZ. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

THE FIRST OPERA. A NOVELETTE^BY-HEOTOR BERLIOZ. [FBO'li^ilK ^KENOH.] The following ob'rrespdndence, though imagi nary, may be regarded -'as founded on history. The great sculptor, ?Berivonuto Cellini, was in actual fact a contemporary of Alfonso della Viola, who is oredited with being one of the first who tried his ^lia'nd-as a composer at the musical drama; lie1 ; is said to have composed the second or 'third opera that ever was . written. ?'?'.??''? FLORENCE, 27th July, 1555. ' Alfonso delta Vi6ld'~to Benvenuto Cellini. I am sad, Beiivenuto ; I- am worn out, dis gusted, or rather; toxorifess the truth, I am'siok in body and -mind. -I 'ain growing thin, juut as you did before you aVehged the death of Fran ces so. You sdb'n ^recovered,' biit will the day of my recovery'eVer'arrive'? -Heaven only knows ! Yet what fcuffeifings ''were fever more worthy of pity thari'~;-ihme?-!-How-'\ could ; Christ* and his holy ^inotherdbin ore justice to an un fortunate 'Being -'thahhiiy 'giving/him ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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EXPLORATION OF THE ELY RIVER. NEW GUINEA, 10TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

EXl'LO RATION OI'1 'Vllli KLY ,llIVKl.t. [FlIOM OUH CoilltKSrONlJlINT.] NEW GUINEA, 10th Fkiiuuahv. LeaviiiiJtho islandof Kiwai, I tho Morrie England' inouoi'dod up tlui Fly Rivoi. Tho highest point up the liver reached by this stenmor' wiih 51^ miles frbmtho niouth, in latitude 8 dog. 25 iniu. Hiiuth and loiigittido 142 dog. 55 min. 30, sec east, and apposite a 'village called Odngositin. This village oould not bo seen fiom the rnei, it 'bsing* abbuii'v'a' ihile and a JuUf inland. It oousibU otIAu oneS r- veiy laigfi1 houao i and ft ,fow ' 'small 'ones.' Tho si« of the , I*' .... ;«.:- ???.?' J t- *?'?.? i 1 1 . i^rgp one;i8iabout,52Q;,feet long and about 30 wideV i'ltia supportedjby.;heavy posts, of^-which til ere aro 'five 'rows,^ tho xeiitro one being stronger thnnitho.other; four/ ~V- It [is. thatcliod^yitli palm loayosT' and the 'robf'is' about 20 foot from tho floor. In the inside it is divided up, as all the o'thor'loug houses aro, into sections for; difforont families. . Th...

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

ELKINGTON & CO. LIMITED, . IN THE PREMISES OF T. WEBB & SONS LIMITED, ABE NOW SHOWING- A 0RAND STOCK ? , '' ' : . ''/'..''OB1 '.'_./' ' ' ELECTROPLATE : ; ? '- AND ?.'???? ? '? ? SOLID SILVER 'WARE. 55 COLLINS-STREET EAST. Pears' Soap For the Complexion. For the Hands. ?For; the Arms. h For the Neck. SV-r the Face. For the Bath* - '--i -?- ?-- ?'- -*?*-- ?*?-*- ?*??*, ,a^ -?-»- - PURE, DELIGHTFUL, FRAGRANT, REFRESHING. V, '' mw ^w-^y.^r, ^p^,»» -»» mm ^w ,» 'I have found it matchless for the hands and complexion.' (Signed) ADELINA PATTI. .«»S!8SS£K££a5*-*'' NEWEST INVENTION— GREATEST NOVELTY. ' f'^AlB' -V MPATENT DIAGONAL SEAM CORSET ??.IfiffraSGiBnM&ob*^ , Z 1 £ 111 Patented in England and on the Continent. : W*a^aQKSM!f^7r ♦ ' ?' I T*'Iw WILL NOT SPLIT in the SEAMS nor TEARin the FABKIC ?'' ^I_We KHfZiifMv '' ! Jfteguisite Jfodel. Perfect Comfort. Guaranteed Wear. ' ' ?? ^EflBjj J&Mto$3$r The Qitceii says :— '.These Corsets are a now departure. The ...

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

JAMES M-EWAN & CO. LIMITED I . , AT?.TP. THE X^AJJO-EST ' --.,.v - ?WHOLESALE, RETAIL IRONMONGERS AND MERCHANTS I , ; Iiy THJE3.' -A- XT S TP X& -A- Xa X -A- 3KT COXiOSTIXiS. *,-;'.'' 119, 121, 123, 125, 493, 495, 497. 499, 501, 503 ELIZABETH-STREET, '??? ' , . 343, 345, 347, 349, 357, 359 LITTLE COLLINfci-STREET, -' \ ? INDENTS EXECUTED AT LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES. CATALOGUES POST FBBB. j , ' - THE MUTUAL STORE LIMITED, fsS^-'-^m^mmSm' FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. limited. ? . ; '-,;* *' The following are the Departments of 'the Store : — ... oo ' -^SHflSllliSilBP^^^JS^ M - cj cj ',',' WINE, BEER, SPIRIT and LIQUEUR.' ? , *2 ^^^^^^^^^^ff~77- w 8 ot g - '''/ ' / ' ' . AERATED 'and MINERAL 'WATER. ' ' ' ' ' . ' OD ^ ' glipll^^p^?^^^^ ¥j§ ^ cj g; © ' ?\ GROCERY and PROVISION.' CD § - * CT^^^^t^^j1^^^^ * IB ^'g'S' ' f . DAIRY PRODUCE. GBAIN, WOOD and COAL ' (fj ~ 'J- ' . g. ['l^BEM'!^^ 1'^^^ M ? S B S W 5-- ? ? . CONFECTIONERY. TOBACCO and CIGAR. ^3 , 43 ate^^-;--..^----! ^...

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

CONSULT DR. L. L. SMITH. MORNINGS AND EVENINGS. ' OoSSUITAIIOS FKB BY IBTIKE, £L MEDICINES forwarded all over the globe, appropriately jmcked to avoid observation 3EXTRA -VAITING ROOMS AND NEW CONSUMING ROOMS BUILT 18Ss COLLINS-STREET EAST. MELBOURNE THE CITY OF MELBOURNE BUILDING SOCIETY! 118 Elizabeth-street. PRESIDENT : HON. ALFRED DEAKIN, MX.A. ' ' '- INVESTING SH AR E S I S S UE D DAI LJT. INTEREST ON DEPOSITS : ' 12 months*^ ? '.. ?? 64,percent. 1 ,, ,- 6 do ? 6 -\° 3 do. t ? *. ? 6 do O. J. EIOHARDSON, Manager.' \ COOKING BY GAS. ?eomfortable ! Efficient ! Economical ! No Dust ! No Smoke 1 No Soot THE METROPOLITAN CAS COMPANY, Xo~enconrssre the use ol Gaa In cooking, la prepared to supply stoves for that purpose, at a monthly rental from Sg. ami Upwards. Fr«m testimonials to be aten at tho office, the manufacturers of Melbourne nave succeeded in their eflo-ts to supply most etflciont Btovos, capable of cooklntr for any household. Sample* can V b« seen at the Office of the Com...

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

0. J. % t. HAM, THE WBRCANTIIiE FIKANCIS, TttUSTEKS & AGENCY CO. OV'i AUSTRALIA tlBlITEp. ^fDtlTIOKEEES.jV HOUSE, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS 45: SWANSTON-STREKT, ' ' v . -.- ? . ? MELBOUKNE. , L o' AU&8 NEGOTIATED RENTS COLLEQTED. ifl 8 T A T E 8 1% ,,ANA;&E D. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCES EFFECTED. ESTABLISHED 1353 Dr Laville's Liquor G* Pills niiT11^ %0 %0 I for cunv o» & RHEUMATISM THK LIQUOR to be used iu acute state & THE PILLS in the Chronical gUt*. SoU hf »H ntp»etMbl» ChtmltU ?' Wwm't CWH. «. m St-Oarfe. tUM ~~~ ' Seven Prize Modal s Awarded. ? Neither scratch nor 'spurt, the points being rounded by'a new process. Attention is alao drawtrto thoir new ' Graduated Serie3 of Pens,' one pattern being made in four degrees of flexibility. Ask your store keeper for an Assorted Sample Box of either series. Works ; Birmingham. England. ? TOOTH-ACHE OUltZro INSTANTLY BY nilUTriDA Prevents Decay. Bares BUNTtR S ?''?^fe^sas?'- '^ . NenralgloHead-acliM and...

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

ELKINGTON & CO. LIMITED, IN THE PREMISES OF : T. WEBB & SONS LIMITED, ARE NOW SHOWING A GRAND STOCK .;'. -?? ?? ' ? ? ? ???'' ????.;?! ? OF . ? . ELECTROPLATE -' ' v'-' ? . '.'... 'and' . ' ? ? '?' ' ???-? . SOLID SIL'VBB WARE. 55 COLLINS-STREET E^iST. Pears' Soap For the Complexion. For the Hands. For the Arms. For the Neck. |Por the Face. For the Bath* ?*- -^ — -tt -lit -*?-- -^^ ^if^ ,-tirt- ^-- -?l-l| # PURE, DELIGHTFUL, FBAGRANT, REFRESHING. 'I have found it matchless for the hands and. complexion.' (Signed) .APEEINA PATTI. ' -j*«^ffigS^- ' : NEWEST INVENTION-GREATEST NOVBLTY. 'jrfmMffMi uiV MPATENT. DIAGONAL SEAM CORSET IB!ff81psWrav[5iu;;Ss*i,w tf ft 111 patented in England and on the Continent. Wr™^fflfttftTJ77''''-'? *^ 1 1 ? WIMj N0T SPIilT in tho SEAMS nor TEAR in the FABBIC mA\Mj^ TWW/ ,///?/ t . Exquisite Model. Perfect Comfort. Guaranteed Wear. ^jyK rBBKil'Miir - The Queen says : — ' Th'eHe Corsets are a now departure. The material is cut ^ffl' ' tmKma ...

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

il^iiwp^^^^^^^l Tho Reason of. i-re-scssional spoechos has set in.' Mr. Bryce has again bounded tho keynote of retrenchment, and ho is convinced that the evil day must come unless retrench ment of a very incisive character is insisted on: To his mind, taxation lias .been imposed to as great an .extent as peoplo can bear it, and the only hope of ; the , country's re demption' lies in a rigid: system of economy in the administration of tho various 'departments of Government. :Tliis; means, of course, -v further diminution in the ranks of'our civil servant*, and in many : departments another weeding out can bo effected without impairing the efficiency of the public, service or interfering with its legitimate requirements.* Even .with tho loppings off which were ;; 'effected on the return of Sir Harry Atkinson to power hoarly threo years ago,, there are 'numbers of civil servants whose services might well bo dispensed -? with. Mr. Bryce knows this,' and. he is one of ; . those mon who n...

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. Parliament has beou furthor_prorognod to 8th April. ... . ?-.- i: A difficulty has arisen in connection with the proposed introduction of the Pullman cars into the colony, and tlio commissioners have decided to let theimattor stand over for. a time. ' '? ?Owing' to the disclosures made in connection with his recent divorce caso. Mi1. A. Hutchison,, one of tho members for Canterbury, mid a leader. Mit. J. L. Toole as 'The Don' Mit. J. L. Toole as 'The Don' in i the temporaiico movement, hns been requisi tioneii by his constituents to resign. Tho local vignerons nro very heavy losers by tho continued rains, in many inatanooa their crops being completely doitroyod. Taking a general average, it is stated that only about 10 percent of the vintage will bo saved. Tho return of Backing, Land, Building and Investment Companies in tho colony, '-published recontly, nhows the. total liabilities to bo £4,540,824; total asiets, £6,396,308;. paid up capital and ioh'otvo of profits...

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 the most awfully siuldon and calamitouH shipwrecks ever occurring in theso waters is reported from Northern Queensland. The British India Company's steamer Quetta, a fine, powerful vrssoI bound from Brisbane to London, was mnking hor way along tho coast near to Cape York when she struck on an un known rock with such terrific effect that one sido of the vessel was torn out, and the ship went downiinmljout ; threp minutes. There' was ; a fi'ill; pnssonger]i|8t, , which,- with tho crew, made . up.y total of 291 souls, and of this number nearly halfj'^ore;. swallowed up in tho waves. The ; number saved was 158, so that 133 persons have gone -to a watery grave. There were 33 saloon '? passengers, but only 6 have been ' saved. Of the i'65 steerage passengers only 9 are accounted for. , '?'; Fourteen out of the European crew of 28 arc rescued. A remarkable feature is the large proportion of Lascars whose'lives are saved. Of the colored deok,.crew 72 out of 9...

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

THE VISIT: OF MR. HENRY GEORGE. '. 'In|!,yiowJ:.of.the'-widev interest taken in Mr. George,v whov is now on; a visit to Australia, ? by; all interested in the social problems of thoday, whether they- are, advocates or op , poncntsof the single tax theory, which hasbrought the author of Proiiresa and Poverty into such prominence, a brief sketch of his career will bo read with interest. Richard Samuel Henry George (the '; fathpr of. Henry George), who rooantly died at the. age of 80 years, -was for. some years a publisher of religious literature, but. afterwards took the position of 'ascertaining ? clerk', in tho Philadelphia Custom Houso, where he remained from 1831 to 1861. Ho marriod a Mis* Vallimo, a lady of remarkable personal beauty, who died about seven yoar.s since, at the ago-of over 80 years. Henry Georgo was born at Philadelphia in 1837, and attondod a public school until his 12th 'year, .when his father placed him in -Dr. Hare's Episcopal Academy, intending to give him a t...

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

DISASTROUS FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH ? ...-;... . . . WALES. ..'.', ,....? ' ? Our correspondent writes on the 13th March : —Since the 1st of January 29 inches ot rain lias been registered ? in Sydney, and from all parts 'of tho colony, excepting the far north west, the ory is tho same — heavy and continuous rain. ' Tlio 'telegraphic sorvico is in great measure demoralised. No mosBngos liavo been received- from Queensland aud the Northern coasts districts since the 10th March. The Richmond, Clarence, Mackay and indeed all tho northern rivers were then in high Hood- and -. rising rapidly.. The Hawkesbury, Nepean and -George- rivers have broken over tlieir^banks again. The Hunter river is again 'flooded, and people, nre preparing for the worst. At Konipsey tlip river is over a great part of the town and rising nipidly. All tho rivor boats and steamers arc busy rescuing people, hundreds of whom have taken lofugo on the higher lands. Tho water in parts of tho town is 18 feet deep. CJrop3 of c...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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EXPLORATION OF THIS FLY RIVER. NEW GUINEA, 10TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

i EXPLORATION OF THE FLY RIVER. [FltOJl OUJt OOHHESI'ONDENT.] NEW GUINEA;. lOi'H FKiiuuAiiv. 1 Leavingtho islandof Kiwai.thoMorrioEngland piococdod up the Fly River. The highest point up the rivor reached by this stoamor was 51£ miles from tho mouth, iiv latitude 8 deg. 25 min. Bouth mid longitude 142 dog. 55 min. 30 sec. oast, and- opposite a village called Odagositin. This village could not bo soon from the river,' it boing about a inllo and a half inland. It ounsists of oho , .very. . .largo houso and a' few ? email ^ oneH.---Tho' size of the largo one is about 520 feet long and about 30 wide. . It Js supported' byf heavy posts, of Iwhich there, are five rows, ;tho ceiitro one being stronger than tlio other four.; iltiis thatched with palm leaves,;, and the 'robf.i3:.about 20 feet from the floor. In the inside it is divided up, as all tho other I0113 houses arc, into sections, for difforent families. This house was (juite the largost seen up to the present time. The inhabitants o...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. Tho symphonies performed by the Victorian Orchestra during ..the:, past month .inolude . Beethoven's in F (No. 8) and C. Minor (No. 5), Mendelssohn's Italian (No. 4) and Lobgesang (No. 2), Mozart's Jupiter, Schumann's No. 1 in B flat, Goeitz in F. and a repetition of Raff's No. 6. This last confirms the opinion formed after a first hearing ; the first and third movements show: great ' inspiration . and are int ;their: way : masterpieces ;;- the second': is I more recondite, and the last— how of ton is the last movement the weakest— is just a little tedious mainly owing to the almost perpetual employ ment of the full orchestra. However, even two hearings are not enough to enable a work of of this magnitude to bo duly judged'; it will be welcome at a future concert. Beeth oven in O minor figures in two capacities, first as' a number, in an ordinary conoert, 'secondly:: ns tho symphony selected for performance at the . plebiscite 'concert. Of the O minor ...

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

PROFESSOR STANFORD. Charles Villiere Stanford, Mus. Doc, Prof. Music, Cambridge Uhivority, was born at Dublin, 2nd December, 1852. He inherited from his father, an officer in the Court of Chancery, musical gifts ho exceptional as to warrant their assiduous cultivation from chilhood ; not, how over, to the prejudice of 'tho humanities,' the' good fruit of which resulted in classical honors at Cambridge, and the acquirement of a literary taste which lias often served him in good stend in tho choice of subjects for composition. At Cambridge he migrated from Queen's College to Trinity, whore, whilst still an undergraduate, he succeeded Dr. J. L. Hopkins as organist, in 1873. He was married to Miss J; .;!W*etton, on the 8th April, 1878. 'His first musical teachers were Mr. A. O'Leary^ and Sir R. P. Stewart. It should be recorded, in honor of Trinity Col lege,.-;- that the .'.actual services of their new organist were held temporarily in abeyance, to enable him to spend the best part of t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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SKETCHES AT THE FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

ivSEETOHESTiMSPHB :FISH ' M ARKET: ,;? i *Flw:M|3ibo'urni»^ $tausWuiluTriij;si^^^ ;;|i|^^iMStoi^ ; *t;r:eeif;raUwd^^^ yia^nQthing^p.'ma.r&tho^ ?'£i ^WflslL^aild.ganJoishoija ;that.«6pen;'dnilt6'the . . i s#rSoit,^nd ian; ^ - tracts tho'tipsejtfe ?range/'' ?BiitjBltouItl ph'o;tn,ke ^^ the -trouble ti)'.?vi.sit!;( iit^ltV.'-l^sfpstltiniio/.-that'ls.v in ?tho'early(niorn- -. ?iiig,a«' he- ?'would:* have- som'e.'.'.idea: ''bf;* the ': ilarg|*;;.am6)int'v?o.f businqs'sJ.jHhat is-'transr * ,5a)itep;JnJ;'th?o^bu'U«lxn8V.^''vNoarly 'ail- the 'fish- .; \ tiia.t-'are .??'found in Victoriail/hdrbors -and rivers! ; iarp seiht.liere. V .Hero' y oil ;niay' sob fish- caught! at '?. . ,;Pprilau'd- alongside perch! from Lake^King. or jljak'e ^ibtdriaj in,Gippsland,'andsqhndpper and ? wfiiting'from'Ithb ;Bay' ill proximity 'to1 Murray. ', io'od'pr''Vporohr^: Even- Tasmania, Bonds her quota;,; {of barracoiitat or '^rumpetBr, land perhaps a few.-; .-English , trout'; and '- rio'yiNand' again -t...

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

VICTORIA. The Go voiiimonthavu decided to moot Parlia ment jearly in: May-noxt.^ .This- is a slight de parture Vfrbin ? ' custom and procedent.-- Tho - middle of Juno has hithecto witnessed the spec taolo I, of, ihorjMajijsty's- .commons boing^, sum moned for tho despntchiof1 business, \ but ex perionco has too oloarly. pointed for. y coin to the ' necessity , for a oliango. -. Thowork. of legislation during the summer mflnthsja^intolerablo. 'Tlio hoatand oonsoquontj physical; lassitude', and 'at timoa tho : pugnacity, .of..; inombor'Hi- . ? liavo been' f oiuid;. highly dotriin.ciital, toiirtho^conduot '!? of : busincBH, and it ,may.::bp;:p.afply^allnged; tnnt-m6.it ? of , tho'jqbR, porpoti-atod 'under thnguiHo-.of the public wolfarb,; have boen pushod through witli. porfcot impunity during tho hot season. Further, . it mny bo stated that tho alter ntipu lias beun ' made in fulfilmout of (V promise on the pftrt of the Premier, who was anxious last year for rensons best known to hims...

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

lE3SMl't±JS Pre^en* ? month' will be one of RnBflj * musical interest from .the revival of IBj9 Mpflr the ' Melbourne Popular Concerts, ^IJESlsSJjyi tlie sixteenth . season of .which', com mences on the 14-th inst., under the direc torship of Mr. Otto Linden. :,' .'These i excellent concerts, which have now beoneatablished some years, have done muoh to familiarise the publio with' the best class of chamber music. .... , ? The; success* attending the] concerts. of ..the Victorian Orchestra, arid the obvious bouefit to muBical taste; and culture to be derived there from,- have aroused a spirit i. of emulation hi Sydney, and' led to the assembling of an orches tra and the giving of a series of orchestral con certs. Though the material of this orohestra \a - necessarily in some respoots not- equal to that of the ' Vibtonau Orchestra, it is nevertheless a very respectable musical organisation, capable of doing a large amount of good work, and of becom ing,' by means of constant rehearsal...

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LE CHANT DU BERGER. THE SHEPHERD'S SONG. Allegretto moderato E. de Beaupuis. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

LE CHANT DUBERGER. * ? ^ ' ^THE SHEPHERD'S SONG. . ^/tr, '. , £. c/e Beai/pu/s ., ^g&ffeareffo 77?oaerafo. , ^^^^^y^^

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HERR JULIUS SIEDE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

,HERR JULIUS SIEDE. ..' '?? The: excellent and muoh rofpectod musician whose portrait is 'here given, was born at Dres den in tho year 1825. Ho has had n long, varied and honorable publio ~ career, and - has dis tinguished hiinsolf in tho several capacities of flautist, oonduotor and composor. Mr. Siede displayed his musical talent at an early age, and studied the flute under, the tuition of the celo bratod Gorman performer, FUratennn, while in composition and other branohos of music he ' recaived instruction from Otto and Roissigor, tho lattor a composor of some colobrity. At the ago of 12 tho young student wns sufficiently . ndvanood to make a successful public appoar anoo, and in a few years advanced so muoh in profiolonoy on the . flute as to be ranked, among tho beat solo performers in bin native oountry. In tho year 1846 ho undertook a 'tour ? through -Germany, ' and subsequently fisited Russia, where in conj notion with'othrr [irtuts ho made an extended and successful pro fes...

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