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Observer, Rōrahi XI, Putanga 759, 15 Hōngongoi 1893, Page 24
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L.P.O.— Not at all. Sam.— We give it up. -Auntie. — What an idea! Amos. — Ask us something easier. H.E.J.— Well, you are a cool hand! Sophy.— Oh, yes. Lots of them. lou should see our collection. F.B.— Not at all. But our views are not likely to undergo any change on that subject. Fiddlestick. — We fear from the tone of your letter you are trying to string us on. Basket. J. Sblfe, Wellington.- Our circulation is steadily increasing in the Empire City. Shall be glad'to have notes. Noah. — We read that story more years ago than we care to count. When did you hear it first— in the ark ? Z.Z.Z. — A malicious attempt, under cover of what you call a 'skit,' to blacken another man's character. F.8.M.. Wai Valley, Cambridge.— Lines clever here and there, but on the whole unsuitable. Have mailed M.S. to you. Ye Onlookeb, Otahuhu.— ' Burglar scare' very good. Yes, that is the sort of thing. ' Country Cousin ' copy should reach us Thursday or Friday in each week. D., WhangareL— Surprised ? Well, we are never surprised at anything now — as a rule. Still your letter was a bit of a startler, we will admit. Will investigate. Several Cottntb'x Coeeespondekts. — Notes for Country Cousin page should reach us not later than Thursday in each week if they are to appear in following issue. T.T., Napier. — Have handed your note to ' Phiz.' He desires us to say that photos intended for ' reading ' should not reach him later than Thursday if the delineation is expected to appear in the next issue. Thames, Boy.— Thanks, Glad to hear Observer is such a favourite. But it always has been a favourite at the Thames, and indeed for that matter, it would be pretty hard to say where it is not a favourite. We will keep your suggestion in view. Napier. — You ask us to let you know if there, is ' any expense ' attaching to our insertion of matter on Country Cousins page. No. But we expect all contributors to that page to become subscribers. Subscription is only 3s 6d a quarter. . F.C., Mangawahara. — The fighting editor's weight ? With pleasure : 31 stone. He will be happy to see you if you look in when next in town. People who interview him never go away without his advancing some striking arguments. He has a fist like a prize-medal ham.