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

JAMES M'EWAN & CO LIMITED .WHOLES ALB, BET AIL IRONMONGERS AND MERCHANTS IlXr THE AXTSTBAIiIAN COLONIES. 119, 121, 123, 125, 493, 495, 497. 499, 501, 503 ELIZABETH-STREET, 343, 345, 347, 349, 357, 359 LITTLE COLLINB-STREET, INDENTS BXEOUTBD AT LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES. CATALOGUES POST FREE. .. . Tijr All ITU A I CTflDC I I MITCH the colonial mutual life assurance society limited. ,| Hf* |w| II I 11 III ^1 I I lit IIIVII I tU Branches Throughout the Oolonios and tho United Kingdom. ' '. -' *f^ 'JT/Tlj^if Jf VrlrTr^-IrWiJrri ' POLICIES ISSUED UNDEE THE . OKDINAEY, MODIFIED TONTINP AND FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. moetuary dividend systems. ? - ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS £300,000. The following are the Departments of the Store :— ..'*.. WJ? BUSINESS FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS EXCEEDS SIX AND. A WINE, BEER, SPIRIT and LIQUEUR. ? HAJLF MILLIONS. ? AERATED and MINERAL 'WATER. ' Premium's are Moderate, and Folioies Entirely Freo from Restrictions or Harassing Conditions. GROCERY and PROVISION....

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

MUSI0M. :I)IEEGT0RY. Li Y;' ir . i:'MRSi E;:Hi PAIWDBR^ ;';v--^ ' \i A;l-AicJBliLi:^,'sitanhope-str§et^^lyern^iV' '''' ? And ? Messrs.- ALIiANand Cor, . ^ - r.Collins-streot. City. , HERB FLOCK (Pupil of Dr.iVolkmar), TEACUEB OP PIANO AND VIOLIN. Town Address— Messrs. W. H. GLEN and Co. Private Address— 24 The Avenue, Windsor. MISS ASA B. BXiOXHABI, A.R.C.1&, F.T.S.C. (I'.ipil of ihelate Madamo Jenny IiindGoIdschmidt).' Voice ouiiTivATioN, piano, harmony, &s. 167 Collins-street, ot .Messrs. W. U. GLEN and Co.. CnUins-street MADABIK FANNY SIMONSEN, Cambo, Carlisle-street, St. Kilda. ALLAN'S, Monday and Thursday. MR. TilOMAS J. HAMSCONO, Mdiisrn. ALLAN and Co., Collins-street East And Morningside, North Brighton. MISS ALICE KING; lironzo and Silvor Medallist, 11. A.M., London., PIANOFORTE and SINGING, ' Messrs. NICHOLSON and Co., Collins-street. UELBOVBNE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. Offices, Messrs. NICHOLSON & Co., 246 Collins-st HON. CONDUCTOK, Mr. GKORGE PEAKE. He...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

'* ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' '.; ? Tho Editor begs-to -anhourico-thati-ho-cannot1- undertake to return MSS. which, ho finds unsuitod for insertion. Correspondents areadvised to retain copies of their MSS. ,.;. . . ).. ?.?,,., ; . . ;, T.K.E.— Kor an absoluto beginner we should ?' recommend Dr. Bridges' little primer. For moio advanced stiubnts, Clierubini may be studied with'.; advantage, though it is more than likely thai tho modern writer?, such as Macfarren, Itichtor, -kc, contains everything that is in Chorubinl, and more besides, and l'roiit's new, work is' very '.highly spokon of. Moreovor, Clierubini is— well,' 'just a weo bit dry: ' Thoro .' are also many excellent foreign woi-k-i Those named are all English, or to be had in English. ; , ? , F. L., T.ior.ik. — Schubert's symphonies were all performed some years ago- at the Crystal Polaco. Many of them are almost devoid of musical interest, especially to thoso who estimate Schubert as a symphonic writer by the unfinished s...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

; : MUSIO REVIEW. ,,- - ? Wo have roceived the following music for re iview.from Messrs. W.H. Glehand Oo.:— ? ? : Waiting for Jack, song— -words by FrankrW. TPr.ttt, musio by. S. =Cla-ude- Ridley.— A naiitical- song, and consequently in 6-8 timo. -, There: is, plouty of tune, though not much originality-' in tho tune. __ -.- --? '.-.,? ? .-.-?.:? ???.-..?.;: . '?_,'.'.:, '.:^'y,--'.'i'- If 'Love Were Always True, song — words by Hugh Soton,, music by Ralph Horner.: — A.iploar. aantj' melodious littlo song with a taking refrain. It may. bo. roeommended to .thoso in. search of novelties, a.i it is easy to sing .or to accompany, ?the compass being 10 notes1 (leading note to super tonio). It is published in throe keys G, EflatandF.' '?:.'.; ~- - ,': '?? ,-j' --X:: ? '.- Love's Return, song — words by Constance M. Liioy, musio by: Arthur Le Jeune. — This song has a rather tuneful- refrain in waltz timo ; and U published- in throo keys— G,\:D,vE flat-rrits compass being dominant to median...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

MUSIC REVIEW. We have received the following music for re view from Messrs.: W. H. Glen and Co.- :— --.j-v '? ? Waiting for Jack, songr-words by Frank W. Pr.\tt, music by.S. Claude Ridley.— AOnairRoal song, and consequently in 6-8'timo.' There ''is' plenty of tune, though not much originality in ' the tune. ? ; ' '???? ' ?' If^Lovo Were Always True, song — -words by Hugh Seton, music by Ralph Horner. — A' ploa «ant, melodious little song with a taking refrain. It may bo recommendod to those in search of novelties, as it is easy to sing or to accompany, the compass being 10 notes (leading note to super tonio). It is published in three keys O, E flat and F. .... - Love's Return, song — words by Constance M. Lucy, music by Arthur Lo Jeune. — This song has a rather tuneful refrain in waltz timo ; and is published in three' keys — O, D, E flat— its compass '. being .'dominant to 'mediant (10 notes).. .- ?' ?'? i. - . The Tar's Homo, song— words by R. W.lGtyle, music by Michael Watson;— A...

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

NEW SOUTH WALES. ? .. . [From Ouu Correspondent.] ?, : . Tlio most important musical evonts in Sydney during the .past, rnoiithhayo beon tho Saturday afternoon orchostral concerts at. tho Exhibition Building in Prinoo Alfred Park, the series of ijw.hioh' oommerioed in tho middle of February, and terminated toward* the end of April. . The dif ficulty of starting such a series of .' performances in Sydnejr..jwas' alluded, 'to;'.ln;-jthose columns months ago, bu'tit was at ^length accomplished. The' 58' Vpr6fessibhal,j^ftrti8'tai.jwli6.7 constitute Signor Hazon's1 Orohoatra, lioa.ded ' by ' Mr. Rivers *fj4.Hprossj thejr \ leader, * agreed to rehear.'o gratuitously orico,. a week' through the' soorohing summer months— which they did most loyally— if't Signor Hazon would conduct them, and after wardH to give the sories of ten cohoerts, on -co-operative terms,- regardless of whother they made shillings '-or pounds, or .bishops pence. Signor Hazon, offered to conduct and Mr. S. Olmrohil'l'...

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 May 1890

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. ; VICTORIA. V The works rendered by the ViotorianOrohestra during the past month are mostly very old favor ites, though few of them can be' in any danger of losing their popularity by repetition. Of the symphonies given, Beethoven's first in O and second in D, Mendelssohn's Italian, Haydn's Surprise and Raff's Lonore, are too well known to need notioo in this column ; but a sym phony^ by Hartmann, entitled Aus dor Rttterzeit,;~perHaps ' requirbs:r8omo obmmgnt; The oohipbaor '. has attempted a, .musical portrayal of the age of chivalry ? accordingly ho has given to. several of thq movements names suggestive of the manners and ' habits of that liirao. TU« Bymphony followj tho uiunl moclol in..its construction, and one movement at least — the Ballade — is very melpdiousand agreeable. vWant of sufiioiont rehearsal to Borne extent in terfered with tho success of this .Hymphony, though it is questionable whother, even if ade quately prepared,' it woutil lfavebeen-pos'...

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BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES. FOR MAY. 1st. — Patsy, Madame, 18*2. Celebrated ora torio and ballad singer, possessing a con tralto voice both powerful - and well trained. 2nd. — Glinka, Michael Ivanovitoh, 1803 ; died 15th February, 1857. Well known Russian composer. His opera, La Vio pour le Ozar, though extremely popular in his own coun try, has never proved successful when pro duoed elsewhere. 3rd. — Kolmian, August Frederiok Carl, 1756; died .23rd August, 1829. , Organist, com poser and writer of several didactic works on harmony and kindred subjects. ' 4-th. — Oristofori, Bartoloinmeo di Francesco, 1651 ; died 17th March, 1731. Reputed to have been the inventor of the pianoforte. 5th;— -Moniuszko,' Stanislaus, 1820; died --'4th June, 1872. Operatic composer. 6th.— SOHAD, Joseph, 1812 ; died 4th July, 1879. Excellent pianist and instrumental com poser. 7th.— Brahms, Johannes, 1833. The greatest German composer now living. 8th.— -Garrktt, George Mursell, (Mub. Doc.) 1834. Distinguished...

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

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

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ENCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

''l-r:':!'Vi''r^'-ENOOi«E:s.':; '[,'';/]? :'1J;::% ?,;Oori8idprabio^attenti6n/lias-.^bco^ vJrjted.j ior :iiio:- n\-oyo subjeot in .'the English) musioal ? papers, and a conflibt of opinion has! arisen between' those -who'sfee^/ in1 a: demand . for' the repetition 'of a: 'song or ' other fnum'ljcjr, ifi.'di ' oonoert programme 'nothing. .more '.than a, graoe;! ' ful compliment to the perfbrnier andii those'; who regard such a demand as an Un reasonable - attempt to'extort more work* from' the perfbrfneri than the latter has undertakbn * to .do. .'These?, two 'views . aro^ so utterly, at Vvarianco .that'jiit. would appear impossible^to bring them into any. j sort of Iiarmony ; yet, in the words 'of Sir:Rogei'' do Covorley, .' muoh lrray be sald^oii both Wides,;'i nor ought it 'to' prove alt'bgother imprae'ticdble^ tojfind.ajmiddre course that.all may follow.) i.0i -Considered from a prnly artistio standpoint,-' it must be admitted at-oncii that, in' rn'oat'oasea,1' encores (ire niuo'l...

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TONIC SOLFA: ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION NO. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

TONIC SOLFA:- ITS HISTORY AND ; CLAIMS TO 'RECOGNITIOJW. 'No. IX. . As Mr. Curweu's followers, increased, and their appetite for musical culture grew, ho found himself compelled to adapt his method to 'their wants. Accordingly ? after muoh study/' and research he published in 1861 -a work he called How to Observe Harmony:' It was, ho says, the result of original investigation in the composi 'tidns'of Handel, Haydn and Mendelssohn. It did not show anything new. in harmony, but it showed the necessity for exhibiting tho well known ;habits -of good ooinposers under anew' light, by rheans b'f'a iiow thobry^ and' with'a . new nomenclature. . The educational ^facilities whioh it offered for tho studying of- harmony: were : eagerly seized, by tonic , : solfa . friends. Students who had not cared for his . instructions - in singing and the uso of instruments wore-, nttraoted to the method- by, the- harmony courses, and at the - Andersonian .' University, Glasgow,: 300 . students -in four ye...

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THE CHOICE OF AN INSTRUMENT. Professor of Music at the University of Cambridge. [All RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

THE CHOICE OF AN INSTRUMENT. V. ' ByO. VIM1IBR8 STANFdnD, '.... ? _ : Professor of Music at tho University ' of Oam '.'.?...?.?.??.'' ..' '_ . -:::' .' '. bridge.. — ;1~ ;':;{-? ?? ' -- --'?? ???;??? ',..,; ? [Altj Rights 'Reserved.] '.'. _J ..The question of tho advisability of training in rriUsio by moanH of two distinct instruments (the voico inoluded) has been of late settled with tho certainty born of experience. When that most excellent of men and most storling of musicians, SterndaleBounott,undertooktlie management of the Royal Aaadomy of Music one of his first pieces of legislation was to insist upon each pupil ?'havirig an alternate iristrumont, technically oajled' a 'socond study.' Even from a practical stand point alono this stop was of the wisest; for oaoh; student-had incasoof necossitya ''socond string to his bow.' If tho singer lost1 his voice his ': musiqal training would not go for nothing';'' a pianist whoso . hand was injured had. another , ? iuatnimoiit by wliioU...

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

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

In relation to politics, Sir Robert Stout occu pies a somewhat anomalous position. AVhon, as Premier,' in 1887, he suffered defeat at the hands of a comparatively obscuro and untried man, Sir llobcrt took his beating so badly as to withdraw from political lifo iii.aliiilEj.uhdpr tlio pica tiiat his own business would) not pormil of uny fuithcr .-sacrifices on 'behalf '''of 'tlio public. This retirement waa of ~sliorb .dina tiou, however, for Sir 'Kobcit was not the man to' rest eon tented in .' obscutity. Although deprived of a seat' in Parliament, Ife could not resist the temptation of dabbling in politics, and ever since ho has come forward'1 from time to timo to champion, the cause of. his party just ns circumstances iu-oso f or' J his inter-, fcronco on its bolialf. At a watchf iil_mid 'un sparing critic of the Government's action, ho has undoubtedly done some good service to tlio pub lic, and no one can reasonably dispute liia light, ' as a citizen of Now Zealand,' to criticise...

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

VICTORIA.' ? That. constitutional entity know as her Ma ? jesty's 'Opposition has been manifesting some slight symptbrns of vitality of lute. Parlia ment has bee'ii Hummoned to moot for the dos Xiatoh of business on the 21st of' Way, ami ns '^Miv^Mri'^'MTriVrl's*''^ the l'oadorsliijj of the Opposition,, is oxpoctod to roturn to Victoria boforo ' that . date, . a inciting was. hold some' 'days Si go- for the purposo of arranging to ontoi tiiin * liim at a banquet. Abo,ut/.20 meinbois of the Assembly woio ptesent at tho meeting, which was oon vuno'd by 'circular, Mr. Hull, the! member for Moira, nml ox-politicul whip of the Govern motit, acting as scCrctuiy. It is undetbtood that' an attumpt will bo made eatly in thasiss^lou to bung the Government to task in lolation to tho inismanagoinent-of tho Railway department, tho amplus from 'which Mr. Gillies was 'so' pi owl * of last year, mid other inattois moto of an '' administrative than political diameter, nml in oilier to do so Mr. Munr...

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

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ELSIE MAUD STANLEY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

ELSI13 MAUD STANLEY HALL. The subject of our sketch .is one of those bright geniuses that do credit to our land; rand of whom we havo every cause to bo proud. The Australians are, without donlit, n music lbviiig race, and the numb'e'r of young people Who evince decided signs',df musical talent is sur prising.; but little Elsie Maudri Stanley Hall has proved horsolf to b'd onU of thbso remarkably rgrfted'baings whoseTtfJirtti&rare phenomenalr ~- - | Toowoombtti a iirbfcty, delightfuUyijiituateoV town in an agricultural and pastoral, distriot' of , Queensland, boasts thot honor, of b'oing the^b'ir'tli 1 place of tlio little, ohild'pianiste, Elsie Claude: . Stanley Hall. Toowoombais'just 100.' mile's -t-K '- the westwftid of Brisbane), and is perched on trie BUinmit of the main rtw'go* overlooking the 'low-- ; lands eastorly, whilst ' westerly extend' the famous Dailing Downs. : ? - , ;. , Elsio Hall wan botn on 22nd, Juno; 1877; arid is= - thot of 01 enow only 12 years of age....

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HOW WE TOOK UP NEW COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

HOW WE TOOK UP NEW COUNTRY. The saying ' 'taking up new country ' is one that has long gone out of date, an far as Victoria and Now South Wales ai e concerned, for the simple, reason thatjthoro is no new country to take up. All has been settled long ngo, nnd he who wishes to try his hand at pioneering has got to make his way- out towards tho north western part of AVost AiiHirnlia if nothing but now country will satisfy him. The life of a pioneer, if a healthy one, is a very hard' one. Ic is almost one continued struggle.- Ho takes ? up, we will say, a block of cou'ntiy, puts up' a hut and yaids^and does some fencing. For about 6 or 8 or 10 years he struggles v along through drought rind good season. After -a bit tho country, gets settled up and then ' ho.sells out and goqs still further wast to begin anew the old struggle. ' Too great praise cannot ho given' to them, for thoy are the forerunners of civilisation, and wore it not for hardy mon like these the inferior of Australia, -wi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

BIRTHS. BARR.—On the 16th April, at her father's residence,   Geelong, the wife of P. Barr, Victorian railways, of a son.   LEVY.—On the 11th April, at 107 Keele-street, Colling-   wood, the wife of Joseph Levy of a son. SYME.—On the 19th April, at Elmhurst, Middle       Brighton, the wife of J. C. Syme of a son.   MARRIAGES.   BERRY-GILBERT.—On the 9th April, at the residence     of the bride's parents, Dropmore, by the Rev. A. Wilt- shire, assisted by the Rev. L. Fitzgerald, John T., eldest son of Thomas Berry, of Longwood, to Margaret Jane, eldest daughter of W. H. Gilbert, of Dropmore, late of Katamatite. WEIGALL-HAMILTON.—On Easter Monday, 7th April,       at St. David's Cathedral, Hobart, by the Right Revd. Dr. Montgomery, Bishop of Tasmania, assisted by the Very Revd. Dean Dundas and the Revd. Archdeacon Mason...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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