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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER X. THE SPECTRAL DOG An Illusion. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

TIHE IAIRIXTno1 V IALTE -? - u?.I'-,"ToniThousand% i Year.") CHlAPTER. X. . s:gooby,'j : Isays 'orthy Dr"h bbr?t body va days. Thes imnystoio into iiere olitiCil dldi~iiOiiIs ctiig: on: ail'xcitabilofmiiatiy-e iiritiable nervous temperiuient; aiid th report of I real iboniue it. i ossiblyLutjiahiii i enotlbe ,going too far,0!len though it tbe in.the tetlh of soile0 ii f tie li'?iofiiiltubb0i ips .ily :tlo,- of this ich'i, ctr;`'* may iHhn lii solithfo iotai ioi a 'toiiie Oite iiii t.i b t, at' i preistr ut I shall: itcot ' iit yself wi threliit ery ecurouii idr?iter:ing; cas o at knowlI dg .optue i1 delusionii: an 1 h;is a'i oo odubt tbh itan:iiiýn} f ily3,e-diLii!r IreiLders' enilh. lul'l l. it: w siiil l r ocurrlccswihin flie sillic of (Ili i 'Oiuiobservatin 'ii' ' i S:rM "liis'liolhD 111 .a 'itnl rinri jit Erka blt atýe "t;uiaoriFir t hl?o~l~u udr;itain·ult.. destiteu even n oat iiofii?i inatiuit p.fit [.ed,.il., i l ii i l y ex yiier iny.rli aiid pelforide nil bthi :thir dutit o...

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FOOTBALL. SORRENTO V DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

The abovo clubs met. at Sorrcnto Iast Szturday-. Thie sw c itlier iý is; not vcry. plcaisFi, these clubs sscmi to ýho .undorturiiitt..in-Jbiviu" ,a fo'gln (day3 whenever theoy,meet. ,Soirrto h'id it all their own w Ay fiom ?tlieo `tart aid fined in easy ctory, by l1 goids to »m1: The final jesuit wiiis Sorrento 10 wgoals'2 20liends, ]Jiouinau 2 beIhimida' Caiptain Hal V.1 A. frot tfelopon" atetd~ ias cLutnil u Th pire lim goal kickers wir J. Clark ), Jas. Cainij(3), A. e. Zoye (3), .. Gavimn (.)

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

.rIT.E.M OM'f.EIS.I ! . To oG T. Langwrin.-Declined; with' thinks. Could'nt publish at any.price. ,\ TE secretary or the Frastkton football lubndesires to ackni?ledg' with thlifikL the receipt of £2 2s from NormasM Wilson, W a're' snfoiidtiiCdhit the O1':LS"L." from tlihe fisbhll;eii;i iitl'dthers :tci,,lntinar him.torarrange. fodr st deputittion towait on on the Comnunissioner of, Cutoms,, interp viewed thei Moiiister who inforuied 'hiu that the matter of the creek at Friiikst'ii w-as 'tei?iving. Intfeuntiso'tdf tho!~;isplon sible. officer, an.thle work would be unlder tiAkiii ?s isooi.ts pwssile. I: t is't6 li hoped that the work will be carried out immeedi ately, for it is one that is most urgent antd should have been attended to long before now. ON Thursday last, the second of a series oftho concerts givei ip. aid oftlh..three the n?es.elijo Mile: onet hats nlee~icefeld, and too much praise cannot"be given to all those who took part in it. The follow ing ladies and gentlemen, as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

AN INTERESTING LETTER SPECIAELST. IL ME'D, LLEWE Nwho .Is do?y L QU. tied- and 'Re iNered .S' r tlm. Medl eqbythe Ydle! Bonde .f Victoria and bew South Wales, ro aware t'hat by departing roinu the unl romutIone of ornb, whh ih hL dor ter some time, he i not • . ?dotety followlrig the poths of.protd~onsl etiiqtitteo but, s aconederable body of the prooession ace still diepooed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their numbhr who acquires popularity in the treatment of certaon ailments and is really a ihcdicl Specialst, he ,.doo not hesdtato to resort to what he conaiders Slegliat mean' fo the poepoeeof dlrmieogeynical enrticlrs;. and of engaging ao far as he is able the con fdened the pulic. It is assuredly better to seek aI e from the qualifed ractitioner Lnprefersnee ,.,et e ;: :ea . " t e:r IMe deicnaloo of quackery belongs to those h.,ameli adventurers who, without a particle of "'medifl knowledge or a tittl of clai tothe humbles department of the profes-io:l. practlee extortion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

'Every one'Quilt `su Against Fire. i THE NATIONAL S` AUSTRALASIA, (LImITED.) HEAD OFFICE: Corner of COi INS AND jy A, q 4 STREETS, LBOUgE. DIRECTORS: TnoxAn Xouur&Ay;Esq.; J.P ;Chairnan;: "G4. CARTER, sq.;M Tess b~4oY; ;FsO..· Vice Yio-f µr B R. G. BENsoN, EsQ., J.P. ` Melbourne). _Hor. C. T. IIAwx, M.L.C. - --· r L(MEST"-crR·h'rl EnTTE~i Oiý=i'ltrfl Bus1ýFifi tg GasLExplosione Covered WithiiitC E*tra Charge .P~O i 11i~i yo f ILL AWr-MACREDIFr; -y ý.>.lC r. rZ T 23(1.10 aHT '(iiO;fr elF .0 Agent for Fran1 ston-tMukl BROdr.r Agent ?for Morhiingfon-J. E. 'VbsmnEcrt. '(A C nAD.) DR. STA-LEY V. TIIEEI), May be Consulted at FRANKSTON-THURSDAYS: 2 to 8.; DROMANA-' MONDAYS.- 12 to 5. HASTINGS--FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVIILE-FRIDAYS-11 to 1. : nd atbhis'Piiiatolesidencei Mloriiingon Daily. DR. STANLEY? V. TIEED, "Elimtltta," " a 5Ax v ST5E5T SMOR NI N.T.O.N~.. tol?UH ° Ai D]?U 5 i IAt A. H. STURDEE, . 'iSURGEON? (Successor to:Da. ATKNss.) Mfaybe Consulted Daily at his residence, , f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

] : Bootniakeir a0s. Frankston Boot Warehouse; i. PRACTIC`A'L' ':BOOTMAK'ER'S, S , YN S, _' LARGE and Varied Stock ot Ladias' ,oots of all Dkacriptions made .to Order. ""`;.- "PFit Guaranteed." . Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. ;r epairs Neatly' Executed. - .ME TLBOU.RNE ;: RICE S. :· BOOT AND :SHOE ,WAR EHOUSE. ! T. COREYY "MENTONE-PARADE, M3ENTONE, , NMAIXSTRIEET, MORDIALLOC. BOOTS and SHOES made to order; J "'Repairs Neatly Executed; Ready Made Boots and Shoes Below Melbourne Prices ATRIALRESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. : SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. CROSKELL, .RITC IIE ' CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). - General Auctioneers, House and Land Agents, oL hold Weekly Sales as Advortisod HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, PFURNITURE, Ac. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP RENOUF Account Sales Promptly Rendered. - . : " ESTATE .... ISHC MARKET Msslol ELBOUR CTNE S conjunction with- the principal S.I uctioneera in the City of ...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 2nd AUGUST, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

! Not tiidly, nior a'l. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . MIORNINai In?jinothor ilmiunin wdlhbfound an interesting paragradph -relating to irra gation and te orhqrcl rt and fruit-grow ing industries in Cahfornia, and judging from.ithc reuarks of ,Mr, West. :nd,lhis report to the Government therere many lessons tlhit siight still lidhtaken advan tagetof. iy iVictoriah?ii. flni}ho report referried to,Mr, ;.est, observes <thatnot the least gain to, the .statenthroungl the irrigationit settlements ",,which he hail resided '" was the elevating tendencies of the work in.tlhiia 'the people were eii gaged.,. * * ' Tlie huses and ontbuildings are of much prettier desigh tlh~i?n r. It' is no aondditerlat life amid such surroundings is attractinig the best braini hP :Califb6rnia, and that while their hlargelcitiestare not growing wit i.i.the, phieno!nina.lgroq?tihllpoi?ours, they are' crcatijgla.tstyeI . forilural life in the youngen.uin and.women which, by and by, canuiot fail,to make.far...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

Election lNotices. O THE ELEC(TORS OF TILE EAST > . ADING. , SHIREI OF 'IIMORNINGTON. LamDs A96 GFTIari rs. .r' ; As my, term of oilice, as your. Ropre sentative in' the above Council, expires in August next, I again offer mnyself for re-election. Respectfully Soliciting the favor o yoartirte a:id interest after fouirt.sl: years service in the Council. S.11. I.: IEsDLE. SORN INGTON E?' EILO'C .ION EAST .RIDING. To the Ratepayers of the above Riding. Ladies and Gentlemen--: i In response to your numerously signed requisition I beg to offer myself as 2 Can ilidate for tlhe vaaint siat, aiid trust thlt my twenty-six years' residence among you ?as a i.contractorr and. otherwise. have given IncA fiir ksi6nwledg-e of tl' reqinirm Inments of the district in general and the East riding in particular. Shiuld you do me the honor of return ing n will nus g ln y best efforts in your h e l l l . ' " .. " 'I ini, Ladies ailnd Gentlind'n, :Your Iuiost obedient servrnt. . EDWARD McGURK. Mooroodu...

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A TRIP TO MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

. LA L.R JL. t?., , RiQl'I. th TA : ,. . . ,~;T" i "/. ?.) il : ,.: h , clr.;lo' ri.,t .,? ,n.1 ,.l ?: Lookin'g U) "thic 1,iftl? ,short dis talc, iuebeosendthe~ ngc>;qgn ns of lime kilns, and very good lime'theJ make, as I- afterwards ascertained; further along the river bank is, I ai told the brick?l kilus. ith all- modern a.- . t :ecJ.J'sb 'r~·1.n;iCg , . bi;4is by" machinery. As we step ashore, it is raining jdiMjh~lE; isi deep and nastvyn d not unlike hocolate taste: storied Coffee -Palace, the offices of Chafloy Broa, ithem. weeconire.tol one of the. finest streets Ii hare eversoeno Deakin Avenue,. as I ldoked .`own it aml telo gral offices etc., innagit 'tioi r filled up the vai'?it lots with buildings, and saw statites at the yes, this is even a finer street thani Sabkville' tidetbfiublin.S lit iibiplited on each side with Morton Ba3y figs, iii eveý"grcons nnfldecdhtoº1 rees, en closing a centre-road for tramway; tle1whple being/a distnce of th tce to four milesth aivenue ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

S TO THE EDITOR. !a ublie mcoting was held at Somunerrille, on }r4ayv night last, for the object of hbni?pagj e;l arries Institute. 3r. A lJoneds'.I ? i ,,g voted to the chair, stated thi;~ lrj P. oblone?ihad been interviewed. as to his ivilliigness to give a piece of land, for the pnriose of credfiing:the buildinig thereoni. a le stated he would not sell it- all;-liit he would lease a piece flcr ,i4"raY .y 'cars?alayearly rental of 1 Sdr'", a d iul~ated that -a briek bldmg shouwd be placed thereois, ud lfbr dbvi ebissohs.were rejected: The only offer which was1 entertained, was one froni r. Goaamh "lio ,lava iiiformtd thec?hairrrinn mtlit ini cuni??t of So other.-land bene offered, li. wou d iie ou monldyinstald. T heliicetig by a solid vote (with the excejtion of two) decided to accept Mir.. Goniai!s offer of land and further endorsed that acleon by appointing. ti e trustees to wait upon llr. Gomnaa and get his offer, jiir wrng ,afiv |yjto o- tiLtlth indt t.n -e, .- eqa. €t jgc . ...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY JULY 26TH 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

- 2IORm2LNGTOx SHIRE-COU -.-- --t--~ I A71t a_ rtiU5DIAitui sýJu v26ryui 8900' 1; The above-meeotine was held' in the Irvrine Sawyer ox, Fox Thornedll C ZSC'I" 7Jd7.1i7r e. 4eI idd i iv oei ~-Jfhe: minuths of:;the previons meet ?hfiapUW ee`ereaddi tid'aconfirinetl' -i" I no1 end'crs for the loin for. the ,t, l idings weie opened and that of the Colonial Bank :was a!:'ceieted aitfive'shillings ibovepar. "' i'AI discussion ensuied r'gadinin gthe 1" lingp f thei ionco" on fixed dlposits, t.vmi'i ,OP .tis finally resolved.onthe " hotino~ of CrsiBox' landThornell, that -lialf t~hf money:b' pla:ed on: deposit liEfor h::itit :'months ' at'3' per cent, ,inj the ,bialii'?e"fr .o i": moniths. at per cent:, , , . ; ; . w :The Finance committee recommended ,i?pamentsto the amobuut 6f £21913s I d. Ci' lPeddle her?: eitered'the council ibr '.H':' iHavirf" itnered itito the :state?'of ?iiatrimony;, since tile last meeting, he was lustily cheered as lie entered the room., . =-!"' 'Cr PeddlE Ibriefl...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:—MONDAY, 4TH AUG. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 2 August 1890

s11AO IrT G, .. 'oTI .; Pacing fixtures for next week:- MONDAT. 4T Auo. Entries forWyndhalm Meeting 9th "I'Entrieslfr Epson;bnf.hecin"g 14th?1 .] " TUE.SDAY, 5TH Auo. 3Mentone REidi'Metingif. Weights for the V. A. T. C., Grand; N?til al eeingR-?16tlh THURSDAT 7TI AUG. , FRIDAT, ,TH AUGUST. N Wynl: i Mee .;r , SATURDAY, AuGusT 9cH. First day of Adelaide Gran N ational ;Meeting. ,. Weights for iak?iigt i Park 12th. The show is over; the players have re tired'and:the sightseers have 'ona back to their homes, pleased I amt certain, profited. I cannot hope, for as I mentioned in my last" week's notes "the Grand National ingcting.ofr,190,proved disastrous to those wIo, lio i*eA b'orking Horses, a ;nuiqdn or stepping-stone to athfiuenc. As usinil of holo intinon Iu. a hnIyatime f.it t t?i 'theya h ' locstand' inety?l iiieOper'l cont .of fo-pube lso odito.,Some, thedfsoir goldta'o~t-mlted boariaes we t r re-I fgarded.l? ? n ,}er;yelation; of ' Croesus. Their damionds trwl e of- tlic hoirst ...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTON AS UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

(GENERIAAL, POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE AT FRANKSTONk S UNDER. ,' For, Mclhournc -7.4.5 a.m .-11 noon . 20' iii n For'Morninton=9! a.m:i-25 j.11in. ForDronai na-9.2,a in'aa For Somerville--.25 a.m. i For liastings-t.9.2) -an. m For Cowes and -San Romo=TnescLay, Thursdly ianld Saturdaiiy-.25 a.m.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

ODDS AND ENDS. -:Maud (wli Jsp lovely ,) -'"Vbat's trumps.,?A\ Charley (ýwo.is clce.er, liut weary of the game)-' Well, my dear, in: gardeing spades are trumps ;:in a riot clubs are.trumps,; hearts arentraups in'thee boaiding-school girl's romance; diamonds are trumps with -the society belle." -:Friend (to anthor) "I hiear yon'are out witliha new book." Author--" Yes." Friend- Is; the scene 0 ldid in this countr: " ? Author-- "No; in Syria." Friend Syria? Why, great' Scott, iman'! you don't know anything about :Syria.":- A rtlit-i";f kn-ow it, but neither do my readers." . SYabsley-I"Wickerwire, we have just ýbeen dliscnsgi tbire,)iesoioni whftler married women really, dogo thiongh?heir huisbands pockets. Does yours ?" Wickerwire-" Of course I. can only giie you my own experience, and that is -she don't, 1When she gets to the bottom of them she stops :, An unfortunate mistake.-" I ish to say to the congregation," said the miinister, , hatethejpulpit is nt. re slstsiblh fr the'erroro...

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SHORT WEIGHT IN BREAD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

S1IORT WEIGHT IN B1EiaiR 'tWi Lvou or omcof your reoader be good enough to' infdrzis ire `what bccomes fthe baainuicof the 4lb \if, ais'I haieý4neighed dh'alif every lil this last fortnighti nd-,they1 are atlJ-fron 3 ounces to iouncces "hort uniwe glt I have have been gNettingrbread from :the aI i cn 5-afq-A.or. affc 'if he .doces not rrun stiaitin future, I sihall :11ll luau up, as sure as mny nameaia S..trankstomu;i8th of'Augustd89O.: 1·

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THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

,Dear Mrs Peddle, will you please laccepti .fromt;nmyaslf;- th'o guardi:iLs; and the parishoners of th?' Holyi Trinity Clirch, Hastings, hearty thanks for your munificent gift.. The handlsome andl richtoned organ which' you have priesented' to' us, will 'bth adornI our ':church anditddito Ithe bemuty:: of; cir services::: If o;;ther ;wealthy members of the church would; be stirred up to activity by the ex ample of so great liberality, our dioese vo~~uld soon lprdsper'as it has Inever done before. At antlieij? iih of the organ, which is to take jIlce on Suniiay next, mylirthler, who' is organist of Christ Church, Warnanm-. bool, has kindly consented"'to=ilay. With our best wishes thatyou may'be: permitted to lix.le_1 g1 amongak.us.in elth and happiness. Believeo: me to. remnani yours siicerly, ; BJ.'BUTLER JOHNSTOB 1

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

HASTIUGS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRIES'PONDET) fT 8iarj e e 3nca riga i ii w fauiytlopened.-J LTh'parhisahs- ?"the the two opposing candidates for the East l idiii?are actfidly.(11in' ged ,i canvassing the district in the Interests of% thlit Jurepie -fioi Inch. Mr E. McGurk has no doubt scored a point oi, ftWo51yl liiiijg 'irzst7; lriP fildif' !s It appears that a rumor had been spread about that the 616ld'iý6ujillor did not intend to comue forward, -and if he.did;,i itwias his inithitidii iiff the election to take a, trip to Eng land. I am uiinforiiid on the beit authority.tli Chirt (brlhitAifeiknts are without foundation.., ,M. IcGark, h i^ loug /been a ieswidbujt I1n ?the district, bilt his kno?lfe of shire minatters . must be very linited.. Of course all couincillors at one time n u s t ..h a v c ., b e e n l- e w~ c hd u m s a t: t h e work- shoilda be l6ie 1turni i ltl-ill be ( i'?ourcej of?'-itidfattii to' his supporters if he proves equal to.their cxpeetation t, i ' i j fO', r S._r...

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THE RAILWAY FROM BAXTER'S FLAT TO MERRICKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

THE RAILWAY FROM BAXTER'S FLAT TO MERRICKS.' TO THE EDITOR. Sran,--.-fe~w..days ago .i saw t .parn graph in the Age; retie sent ail way. A traveller through theo.district had informed that journal, that'h'c'liad not seen a house within rifle shot of the proposed railway, and what he hid seen were only log huts. Now, I am underi the imprcssi6ii 'that *it? ,iust, have bee the farmefrs pim-styes anlid out buildings that the gentleman lwas alluding to, for the farmiers all live iu neat aud comfortable cottages. And I also think if the traveller had used his eyes as hie should have done,, lie. would hive'seen orachirds as wvell ?as' the sand and log .huts to which lihe alludes.: -If1 the,; ;gentleman, -i'had triaelleil aloung the coast line, he would not have seen even a lo lihut within miles of where it is intened.to carry the railway, neither,. noiil 'he have foundhouses or orchlar.s Being well aiquaiilted"' ith this part of the Peninsula. I am int a position to speak with the best of ...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

(~F Lox LYDoxCoeR mxuj~ 7*t ,,f. (I LM U W .EI aPONDIS'II·:N:t~.JlI ii jx4tltt on preeseted' to' thie L'remier )Y the adi wbater of 'the cefifrW rftvii;·li~ilEZ ck'r'7h`rtlld' ht unitW tbwv cin In eke thcer ipojubmtio is, 169. 'erhaaisl it' woitiati Elet dci to cI'Icjire tiro closely into CVeui 'the'iiiaee. "i good many people are o , however, to ley L c bn: sid -P7,t#!hta % aade T1hey traod`i o the, nuiuces pr tce~ atleegedt 1WUO. W tl tp not lF too criticlar. Now, for; much smaller 'rdipis on thi Bittern'to Flinders line, the numnberlis ii 500-ThisLis, no haplp ird tatasit biiat isfouhded on: facts- which can.i esily 'be" verified, but not at the dictation or request of any irresponsible anonymous person afflicted with "cacoethes scribendi." fcLexidence of the preponder ance of population is furnished by the fact that, on the Bittern to Flinders line, there are; tsree .fill ti ?m, State ri ngAn Maricks ~; _tw...townships, Shoreham and Flinders; two race courses, two recreation gro...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER X. THE SPECTRAL DOG An Illusion. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 August 1890

THE ,DIARY O A LTE1'E PHYSICIAN. Br SAXUL 'i ARESN, D.C.L. (Author' of "r :Ten Thousiand aYear".),V ýA. S.THE SPECTRAL?DO ! / An lusion.i j Arrived at honi, 'lie' lost sight 6f the lphiantom? during' the:'tinmeof'-su pper and the family devotions. As soon as he had extinguished his bedroom candle and got into bed,,he was nearly leaping out again, oni feelihng senshtion as if a large dog had jumped on th'at part of the bed where his feet lay. lie "'elt its ~iressure !: -ie? id lieaas" inclined to rise and minake itasubject of special pra)-e to the Deity !: Mrs. D] asked hiim h hit wlas 'the mat?tter with himi?: for lie. becaioniivecryJ- old, iond shivsered a little. "ie easily quieted her with saying he felt?a little lhilled_; and; as sooni as ih wass fiiirly asleep, he got quietly out of; bed.: and scrilked up and!downithe room. 4'iWhereverlih mooed,' be beheld,' by, thliiiioonlight through the wiiidoi; th diii" dusky outline of thO?dog, followviig wherever he went! t r. DM1) opened...

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