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BEAUMARIS ZOO-DEATH OF TIGER.
Included in the animals in the Beau mans Zoo presented by Miss Roberts t» the City Council was a fine specimen of the marsupial wolf, or Tasmanian tiger, which was the pride of the collection. This tiger had been in splendid health and condition, but, unfortunately, con- tracted a chill during the recent spell of cold weather, and despite every effort of the Curator (Mr Reid), woo called in the assistance of a medical prac- titioner, it died last evening of pneu- monia. As those tigers aro now almost extinct, it is \e*y doubtful whether the los» can be made good. The Council would be glad if any person securing a specimen ?would place it under offer to them Arrangement« have boon made to preserve the skin of the tiger, and to set up its skeleton