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ACROSS I—Ducal house (that a foreign cat deserves?). (10) B—Birds of slow origin. (4) 10—A matter of give and take, i (10) 11—Should It be 17 down called a chessman? (4) 12—One of the plum family (not suitable fOf fast days?). (4) 15—The apprentice who la financially bftter off If he loses his head. (7) 18—Eastern sprite. (5) 19 —Far from Clever. (5) 20—Existence. (») /" 21—One of the felines. <B) 22— Poet bom la Germany. (») 23—Experience with pleasure. (5) 24—Leas important. (8) 25 This house exist* only a* a warnm*. (5) . 2«— "Any thug" (anag.) <* m " d description for him). (J) 30— Musically C, a or T. (4) 33—Heraldic fur. (4) 34_Not what one says but how on* say» It- ("0 , 3g_A wise thing to grow in the kitchen garden. <*) 39—It is used in a hot situation, but Is not an artillery barrage. (10) DOWN 2—The part of Holland for the angler. (4) 3—To be found ,in an up-to-date peerage. (5) 4—He has a suit to preas. (5) „„,.„,,., s—But surely not the source of eau-de-cologne? B—The Plymouth on« would not be one. (4) 17— C. 30 across may Imply this. (4) 9—CAlliri* for tears and lau*hter. (10) 10-A matte* of turning th* blind eye. (10) 13—He should correspond with the chief actrefs later" <a simple anagram). (10) 15—A supporter of the Scriptures. (7)

18-L«ud. t (s) fee Bre&t u Ml to gUr withou , great argument" ("Hamlet"). (7) 20—Trinket, small and elegant. (5) 27—Where many a. single lite ends. (5) 2S—May be a collection of species. (6) 29—Kind ot COach. (5) _~„._ 31—The part of 15 across responsible for pleasln nonsense. (4). 32—Feudal holding. (4) 33—A i matter of cross marking often. (4)

MONDAY'S (JULY 23) SOLUTION ACROSS—6 Woeipecker, 7 To-R.N., 9 Cellar. 10 A-rlght, 11 Idle. 13 Moonstone*. DOWN—I soho.. 2 Aden, 3 Helmet 4 Skilled. 5 Prairie 7 Tea-time. 8 R»ln-bow, 9 Cha-i-se. 11 Iron, 12 Lee's. «4—

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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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