The Australian government, it is said, offers to pay some Yankee - or other (or that matter - a good round sum for a method of destroying the English rabbit, which, introduced to that part of the world by some lover of his country, is nearly ruining it. It ought not to be a difficult reward to claim. The American jack-rabbit is as great a pest as his Australian-English cousin. When he plays his pranks too boldly, the Western people drop work, and have a round-up. Without dog or gun they form a cordon, each man, woman and child with a club, and close in on the enemy, first having a wire yard into which to drive them. At a recent round-up of this kind in Tulare county, California, 2000 rabbits were killed by the clubs, a large number taken alive, and a few escaped. It was but the work of one day.