A tigress goes for a walk, a new hay loading device and an American radio station that stores European transmissions overnight.
Titles read: "CINETOPICALITIES IN BRIEF".
Various locations of events.
At Melbourne Zoo in Victoria, Australia we see a 7-month-old tigress being taken for a walk on a lead by a smartly-dressed woman. Several shots of monkeys, supposedly reacting to the commentary. The tigress lies down in front of the monkey cage for a ruffle of the fur from the lady; M/S of two monkeys hugging each other.
In Northumberland we see a huge load of hay in a field being pulled onto a horse-drawn cart. A new invention called the hay sweep is demonstrated; long teeth fixed onto the front of a car pick up a large mound of hay and carry it in front of the car as it drives along. M/S of the horse-drawn cart moving slowly across the field with its hay, being overtaken by the car speeding along with its load. The car deposits it near a massive haystack. Good shots of the workers there adding it to the pile.
At Long Island in New York, United States of America, we see L/S of radio aerials on marshland. At the Baldwin radio station we see men working with machinery that receives radio transmissions from Europe and stores them overnight before transmitting them at a more reasonable hour for American audiences. Some machines are labelled 'Berlin' and 'London'.