This is the hippopotamus which died in the Melbourne Zoo as the result of swallowing a tennis ball. The animal Was valued at £500. Two offspring of this specimen at the Adelaide' and Perth Zoos died from the same cause in 1928 and 1930 respectively. The picture shows the hippopotamus at the Melbourne Zoo in characteristic attitude. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 58 words
Rev. J. Lee-Warner, of Goomen, and Rev. E. D. Eglinton, of Coolangatta, who are attending the Diocesan Synod which opened on Tuesday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 27 words
Flying "mice" described as "a dainty little marsupial," an example of which was discovered at Roger's Creek, on the Goondiwindi line recently. The picture is taker, from a painting at the Queensland Museum. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 33 words
Showing the progress of the bridge which is to link Clontarf and Woody Point. It will be about a mile and a quarter long when completed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 26 words
The Munich architect, Hermann Soergel, has published his gigantic. project "Atlantropa," a scheme which he. has-been supervising for six years, which by lowering the level of the Mediterranean, he contends, will water' ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 55 words
The A.B.C. of Bowls. The initials of the Auchenflower Bowling Club growing in a hedge-at the club's green. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 20 words
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