A SOUTHERN SENSATION.
[BY TELEGRAPH — PRESS ASSOCIATION.] DUNEDIN, 26th July. Some little time ago excitement was created m the country by a report that a mysterious light had* been seen at night near Stirling, moving about m such a manner as to give the impression that something m the nature of an airship must be ..manoeuvring amongst the hills. Information has now loeen received from Kelso that at noon on Friday school-children and others beheld m the air a strange machine, which they described os shaped like a boat, with what seemed like the figure of a- man seated m it. Tlie "airship" approached from the direction of the Blue Mountains, circled high over the school, and then disappeared m tho direction whence it came. To-day it is reported that the mysterious visitor was again seen on Saturday evening by several people.
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