Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1908), Friday 11 August 1899, page 4

GHOST
ON

THE

BUP-OWA

-

along."

~OAD
tACE

P03
dr

IPh'.
ayeong

O-Thnr-oy,
well

Angus:,

an

the Yass footballera come The farmer consented and it was some time before he could get the young man to tell him At last the matter. he tlok the
are

antil

what.was

in town was engged? by Y' fs;obalira t met him Barruwa at a csotain pointu rcad eren from Yas, with a?bEc? miles fre h hre. a "oenA:Ted w The one ofte
onth

knoswn

farmer
.

into

his confidence

and

told

tai-e

S

o'-eck.

he m3de
°he

As as night csme on for the oppoion.d 'oat w-"ze
-s'e lie pL-

ieeing what t he toongh. and arrayed disLtolECd, polo"g fen',
nb'oe

w.s rom:--i Ed

a his

h'r.-

to a tree, and to
f~r;

Eot

down

witlthis
ws-

l,-k

the

f-ne
a

un.;l hi.

rair
an hEcnr
.
cd

t inkni=ng to ei Ater wSiotg
le_
Vh

of experience the dreadfol him he had had in a graveyard along the the road, apparition how had appeared to him, followed him along the road and had actually caught his. hold of him, and that he sure dog had seen it too for he madoearnash and, oh, gave a terrible "eshivery" ftirhedtho howl, and his hair seemed think you can "Doyou wrong way. give me the The strength of it?"
wae

farmer
matter

saw
and
accounts

at

once

what
the
youth

was

the
with

fr

about

and=

to feelbo"e" to fighta fi~
favorite

'!3,

a h and
_

b'-.I

entertained

thrilling
was
--~tm

dog
of
hio
"

all " G.o2"r'

hen

a
!o

ashu his
rEt

g'. hosv
" ha-l.

v·ry
pi- t=

les'
ai
at

and

cno"'red

ev

ind
o?€.s

hirery
" what.

H
,". man

r:?:oq÷let_,

his tie,"

h-d whe
-

oed a go0g

many

a

"

h

da' to

Davie
nie."

s:=ebo33 Ho
1:dr-d

mhrders of the many on that had been committed the creek, and said that the place hnn ted and it was a common thing to see ghosts. In the course hour or of an two the footballera came along when he begged to be taken on in the boggy, which was done, and on the way into town related the terrible ordeal that he had gone through, when the foobt hallers informed him that-b they all
wars

·

knew
which

that caused

the

plhoe

woa

?e

bc32 te cz=11hea-,ri-- ezzle s ' tha'ther·idsof FLr the b HEc tanabr bizL. got p, ho Liy holdihg ca'o ir;o Ee i(E fees gazed abyos where of darkn:Es be c..l plainly "oee thin's moving placking a rti'h p courage he and looked over the fence, to astonishment, a grats he = noticed thni the fence 8he Ei h~
the
f'Eo hi-e

Iinauntedi

the young man to ewear that he would visit the never again haunted creek on the Burrowa road.

nt-nt;"

ia

sirn:k

caW.

tho,

.

ting

agaidit

durro5e2d'

th"
frIctj

mark.

Almoset paralyeed with hbca= mencel to make up his mid "fto ~t. '"shI..ry the dog gave another when howl, a kind of "ehivesry" tht
hro-!

his owner b-f-re, had never known end and then made a despersate keh got behind his master I This was for the re~aio young man who thp? the only chance he behad to was for the mount his hore and nearest house. In an instant that was
eient

-make

accomplished

and
at
ecit"erenur"

the-rider
fail

through the bubh
breathless
witt,

dashed eeid, al?oet
neo

could 'feel like he raced along he "romethirog breathing warm " at back of his nc-k. He urged his horse on and as he did so a largo bough hanging from a tree brasherd across hip chest which made him think that the apparition had overtaken him, and he exetaimed in his excitement, "let me alone you -and ," I into his homse he clapping the made for a light that he could eea in a distan Ecma farmer's hones away.
epurs
.the

For some to be time the light Eeemed going away from him, buht still he arged his hore on he reached the light when off and he jumped
rushed
state
are

into the hoaese in a breathless sit st thp saying, "please let me antil the Yass come

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