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ACROSS s—lt5 —It lives in S. America, but its first half is in Switzerland. (6) B—Not one of those allround swimmers. (4, 4) 9—The father of current nomenclature? (6) 10 —It he made a tidy meal of father, wouli it make the widow tidier? (3, 5) 11—Worldly coniusion of pet moral. (8) 12—'lhe common variety is the concern of the Government. (4) 14—One cannot shut one's eyes to this. (3) 15—Well-known action by copper. (6) 16—what tne sentry was when his spell of duty was up. (8) 19 —Where a famous type of sword was made. (8) 23—The timid can't take it! (6) ' 26—Royalty was once well ud in it. (3) 27—Just carry on with what you are doing. (4) 28 7T K0 famous poet wrote tnis, it is safe to say. (8) 29—He added a change for the fellow with the complimentary ticket. (4 4) 31—Had the fish without the pie but did nothing original. (6) 32—Not scared, and could have made a ra** fun. (8) 33—A mere nothing. (6)

DOWN % I—Fish never caught cn a line. (7) 2—A pointer to heaven. (7) 3 (4^ lay be 3 wrinkie on how 10 a void wrinkles! 4—Grant it's a deed of sorts. (7) 5—A sound dictator of get-up. (5 5) 6—He may be a litte brave. (7) 7 r -On the roads it is mainly the first part that is responsible for it. (7) 12—Watch this conflict over many. (4) 13—Make it wild for the lords and ladies. (4) 14—Antipodean cowboy. (5, 5) 17—A twister on 2 down. (4) 18—May describe 4 down. (4) 20—A sorry expression. (7) 21 —Acute pain. (7)

22—Stock remark to those far back in the queue? (4, 3) 24—About the one thing the Home Guard were not told to try! (7) 25—From head to foot. (3, 1. 3) 30—When is a door not a door? (4) THURSDAY'S (JULY 26) SOLUTION ACROSS—2 Inwards, 8 Mean, 9 Hardly, 10 Gusto, 11 Revoke, 12 Cougar, 13 Wick, 14 Weft. 16 Hood. 17 Oceania. 18 Adam. 21 Meed, 23 Optical, 24 Ursa, 25 Cowl. 27 Impi, 28 Acting, 29 Livery, 30 Hotly. 31 Albert. 32 Rite, 33 Salient. DOWN—I Were he, 2 Inmost, 3 Wage, 4 Restive, 5 Shockingly. 6 Brougham, 7 Albacore. 15 Footlights, 19 Directly. 20 Moabites, 23 Capital, 25 Covert, 26 Warmth, 29 Lyme.

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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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