Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) , Saturday 14 May 1921, page 6

Stone
GIRL After
a

Again
GLEN 1NNES, AT period of quietude the atone
(

Events night.
was

took Mr
town

a

comical

turn the

on

Tuesday
uncle,

Shelton,-

girl's
a

down

talking with he received
i

well-known from

it may throwing phenomena (or whatever disturbed the people of be) that so

farmeij whon
hishoihe. "The

a

message
cried.

has
at

now

made and where often

Glen the

Lines, house
girl
so

re-appearanue strangely onough too Minnie

its

game's

on!"

ho
house.

He both

grasped his friend Ihoy found
ceased.
to tea,

by the arm, and
On tho

at

Bowen,

the

started for Shelton's that

arrival

Guyra
With her

mentioned,

is living

stone-throwing had
was

her

grandmother, Mrs-Sholton,
tea
on

and,
j

Shelton's and

friend

invited

to

family.

during the meal
the
saw

the farmer The farmer

Shortly after
noises
on

were

heard The

like

Monday night stones bumping
inquir Con who sent
for.

watched
?

girl.

declai.es

that he

the girl deliberately her of she elbow. tho had
act,

walls.

neighbours made
were

bump
farmer she
the-

the wall accused

with the

The but

ies,

and

the Stewart

police and

girl

stable had and

several

others

stoutly denied.,that wall.

touched

arrived
a

were

walking round breaking
a

the house

stone

hit the window

of Alf. Shel pane of glass curtain. metal,
on

Mrs
for,

Bowen, who
then

had

boon Innes

telegraphed

ter's bedroom, and This and

and

arrived at Glen
came was on

during the spoko
to

becoming
stone
was was

entangled in the
of ordinary white
to

afternoon,

the scene.

Sergeant Ryan

called in and

similar

many of the

others house.

tho Tho Min there
re

plainly to the girl, telling her that if she started her tricks here be sent away. knocked she would
girl

footpath in front
constable nie heard inside four

have

kept
the
or

a

close watch, with house,
fivo

The
on

again

denied Every

and

while sounds at
a

having thing
was

the

wall.

distinct

quiet for the rest of the night.

sembling knocks
tance, but emanated
came

against iron
not inside
sure
or

dis

ho was from

whether outside.
girl

they
He
was

to

tho conclusion and

that the
to'

responsible,
his

declined

stay. After the
were

departure. the inmates
the

of

house
em

and

neighbours
till
or

outside

phatic in their statements

that they heard
as

manynoises
hitting Olio says.the ed

up

midnight
named

of stones

the walls

tho roof. Mr

neighbour,
noises
an

Mardon,
caus

were

like the sounds

by

axe

being struck
The Sholton's, named

heavily

against the wall.
nearest ?lop, a

occupants of tho
M'Kil

house few

to

yards distant, distinctly heard
and became greatly
to

-the noises

concerned. the pre

They
mises

are

threatening
the

leave

if

mysterious noises continue
was

The.girl, from before occasion heard

Minnie Bowen,
to Glen

Guyra
and when "THE

Inncs

about
was

brought up ten days the
first were

Monday
any

night
untoward

sounds

by the
GAME'S
a

of the house. ON." turn
on

Events

took

comical

Tuesday

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