Cairns Morning Post (Qld.

: 1907 - 1909), Wednesday 2 September 1908, page 6
calls ANOTHER attention to

"LION"
of

SCARE.
in the

Thc

residents

Veresdale
have
a

Beaudesert what alarmed
a

district

been
effect

some-

by
he
a was

young
an

man

of late by to tho

statcnv'ut

that
with

had
Hon..

exciting

encounter

that

,

wards Sunday.
his

niall .The story of the young to while riding quietly of the on evening his home noticed that 16. ho August oban developed suddenly to go close to a paling fence.
!

are always genuine, and that he keeps faith with <the public by advertising only goods that he can supply. Wc would recommend *evory body( requiring either general drapery clothing or boots to visit thc cstab
?

sules

that his Great Winter Salo will.terminate .on Thursday, Septein ber 10th. Thrifty housewives can appreciate a shop at which they can buy a shillingjs worth- for sixpence. They admit that George Lisha's

thc

fact

hoi-so

lisl-ment.»

jection

Looking
with brown fence.

closely

he

saw

ari

animal It
is

bright glaring eyes
colour As
it

and
near
.

of

a

evident that
of those
.this summer

there

is

likely

to the tho and

be

one

crouching.' drew
a
.'

raro-invasions of
by that native for have
a

ho

lovel low

with

England
of Asia, number boen*
seen

growl gave The horse's head. at thq sprang jerked back horse and the animgl missed,' but thc rider ho says that
,

animal

-1'nllas's

sand

grouse,

ot these

beautiful birds
.

heard jaws snap '.vas He tho horse. grazed past to sec that tho animal close enough was was large about thc head, and distinctly
as

its

it

in places ns far apart as Norfolk, Essex, and Surrey. When: last they came ..west in this way they were seen in manyparts of lancashire .and Cheshire.Thu Lied is not unlike a. gqltf'cq -ploverin
;
. " .

fight;

but

about
calf.
a

the But

size of
he

a no

six

months'
to

old maka

may-

easily

be distinif.

had

desire

that was tho strange animal again charging at full speed, growlirjg'and snaphis .J jaws ns ho came, the ping man to spurred his mount young
closer
full

inspection,

arid seeing

guished by; its long tail, and, observer is near enough, by baauty ol ita njarWnpt

the
tito

speed.

The

animal

was

appar-

ently in good condition ns it tlro.v lovel with the horse's quarters and then made another unsuccessful snap. on tho scone, "but the Again it came horso The gradually drow away,rider, who the
is

taking mount,
in
an

saddle

19 years of ago, and bridle off his
into tho houso
th.»

ifter

:

stumbled exhausted

condition, while
went under

horse

immediately

the

house-a "Tho., most unusual thing. police then heard that "another young"
man

had

seen

a"

tiger but

or

à
when
?

bear

lying tioned been
once
a

down

asleop,

admitted, that log. Sergeant
an

it

might McKeering
of

queshave at

made he

investigation,

and'&l
a

though
horse, could
or

found

the tracks
at

travelling no.t.sce marks

top pace,
of
a was

he

tiger, lion,

other

animal, animal
circus, but
?-.--*

It

that-the
from, is
...

might

have

suggested escaped
this
it
'

a

against
the

pointed
i

out-^ths*-^»,»
and

; -j' ing paddocks, hâve -been: mush mal to "have
II

»Mf>W»'l nei«-hbo«r-

them

than

lt would tho nui one pulled down of to catch thc horse:
easier for

that

Tn Mr..
.

our

advertising columns
calls

to-day
to

George Lisha
fact

attention

thc

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