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If there be any need for further proof of immortality read these wovds of Russell Sage. His ghost came back burdened with this message: "In hotel dining-rooms so largely has this tipping evil spread that now the head waiters, who do not personally serve you, demand periodical tips. And hotel proprietors know of the practices and enCourage them, because they can get men to work for "them at nominal amounts of wage. The tipping requirement is an obnoxious outrage on a too patient public." Taken all over,, they were not a very sensational flocks of ghosts. But this, be it remembered, was,their first trip. What ghosts have done, ghosts may "do. The connection being once established, there is no telling where it may pnd. They may get to .printing books 1 and newspapers as well as editing them. ' And who can be' certain about what kind of ghosts will do the work? Of course, this was a select company.chaperoned by Mr Stead. But undesirable • ghosts and ghosts whose conduct shows moral turpitude may be coming next. The immigration department should investigate.

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GHOST ON THE TIPPING EVOL!, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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GHOST ON THE TIPPING EVOL! Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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