A kangaroo drive [3 August 1891]

[Editor: This article was published in The National Advocate, 3 August 1891.] A kangaroo drive. Phenomenal tally. 815 animals killed. Two native dogs. Some exciting scenes. The largest and most successful drive which has ever taken place in the district was held last week at “Broombin,” the property of Messrs. Anderson Bros., about 28 miles […]

[The kangaroo name] [11 October 1889]

[Editor: An extract from the “Gossip from Abroad” column in the Portland Guardian, 1889. Whether this story is actually true or not is another matter.] [The kangaroo name] When Captain Cook discovered Australia he saw some of the natives on the shore with a dead animal of some sort in their possession, and sent sailors […]