Advocate (Burnie, Tas.

: 1890 - 1954), Tuesday 5 February 1952, page 2

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WELLINGTON tent reports
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a Island, say that strange, lairy creature, thought hy

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thc >f the Two Norman,

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be wild

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gorilla, lurks bush country

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Mockau range. pig hunters, of Waikawau,

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Douglas Tniwhana, said Auckland, they caught i glimpse of a hairy creature, possibly a gorilla, runin.*; track ning along a bush
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and of North

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the area. of Mr. 1\ W. Wenzliek, last Amadeo Bay, recalled ago night (bat some years from a i gorilla escaped «hip lying off thc peninsutar.

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Since then been repeated

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stories

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night
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camps,

intrusions dogs bristling

berause of snarling a> strange and \ tnyspresence, tcrions in thc footfalls
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bush. Mr.

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found
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of a man or beast living tlierc under primi-! tive conditions. cave;! The contained the of bones

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animals,
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