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Accident at Brooan s Creek.— On Monday afternoon last a man Furbankg named met with a nasty accident at Brogan's Creek in a It that he was in other men a engaged with some removing large stone by means of a rope. The stone was of oblong shape, the fastened round rope was it, and the men were pulling it to the edge of tho large embankment, almost opposite the water to tank. When tho boulder was drawn let giveii, and tho edge, the word go' was away went tho stone down the bank, taking the rone with it. By some the end strange means of tho ropo flow up, caught Furbanks round the neck, and drew him down the embankment, drawing him clean over several times. He was at once picked up and put in the brake van it (tho train being there at tho ,'time), when was found he had sustained some very severo injuries, one of his legs being vory badly cut and his right shoulder bruised. was Furbanks brought on to Ilford, where he was looked after for the night. Next morning ho was sent on to Wallorawang, where he received medical treat doing fairly well. Furbanks' ment, and is now accident was witnessed by several persons, who all pronounce his escape a miraculous one. Mohk Ghostly Visitors. Mudgeo and its is to bo credited, vicinity seem likely, if rumour for disembodied to become a chosen playground spirits. The appearance ot the unrecognisable and inarticulate Cooyal ghost has been followed so by that of a young femalo who bocamo tho story twelve years ago says— disembodied :omo circumstances peculiarly distressing under This interesting person is said to exhibit her self at uncertain times, among ths branches of an old half-dead tree not far from the inter streets. section of Lawson Gladstone and Thero are said to have also beon some curious phenomena wilnessedin somo adjacent cottages, have pots and pans, earthenware and glass learn this been displaced, but so far as we can is careful, orderly, and decorous ghost, and a breaks anything, as it is on record that never ill-conditioned ghosts have been known some to do. to quite No one seems know why this interesting female should have allowed her remains to rest quietly under the fowl house, for twelve to lie, supposed where they are became so violently years, and should have now startling in order to anxious to do something wake up tho survivors to a consciousness of tboir duty towards her. There are, however, said to be two distin guished experts in ghosts now in Mudgee, and wo have the great good fortune to got may soon their opinions on this knotty question. We hope, at least they will take the Lawson-street ghost in hand, and at least induce the youiig female to discontinue her present present practice of taking Jie air in a tree most in for a disembodied decorous even female.
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