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ACROSS I—Quality necessary ft>r the man who follows the sea with his vessel. (10) 9—Sally to be eaten. (4) 10—Italian maker of musical instruments also known with us. (10) 11—Not a big bite. (6) 12—Set upright. (5) 16—Minor prophet. (5) 18—Not a catch for the angler to be proud of. (5) 19—Spoil. (7) 20—Big deer. (5) 21—Where Polar explorers have often been held for a winter. (Two words—2. 3) 22—A recurring line. (7) 23 —Tame Sow and Dove contribute to It. (5) 24—This island is all of the U.S.A. that some visitors see of them. (5) 26—Measured by steps. (5) 29—Seme pupil may throw light on this. (6) 31—"Natural rig" (anag.). (10) 32—Elizabethan wine. (4) 33—Name one would expect to see up on the viaduct. (Two words—4. 6)

DOWN 2—Common rood that might be got for teas. (4) 3 —Grain more than could be eaten at on? sitting. (6) 4 —Artless. (5) s—This gives op.o a pi-11 at 6—This is occupying your attention at this moment. (?) •j where of course one expects to get a square deal. (Two words—6, 4) B—Resolution shown when encamped by the Ness. (10) 13—Flavouring matter. (7) 14_Play on a word. (7) 15—A shrewd a'jfi telling blow. (Two words— 16-_lpart of a steamer but not of a sailing 1 vessel (light your pipe by the rick!). UO)

17—A green that suggests "stop," not "go on." (5) 18—SeaflEh are often cauirht in this river. (5) 25 —Perhaps the drink the teetotaller disapproves of. (6) 26—Worn once by a belle to draw attention; now she hopes <l won't be seen. (5) 27—A lot of fish, so hold tight. (5) 23— Patron saint of France. (5) 30 —Seaside garment out of order in 26 across. W

TUESDAY'S (JULY 31) SOLUTION ? Sackcloth, 6 8.A.-be, 8 Evens, 9 Afar. 10 Knave, 11 Knife, 13 Lime, 15 Out-R.E., 16 Eddy, 18 Mercenary. DOWN—I Sea. 3 Che?. 3 Clerk. 4 Operated, 5 Host-dry 6 Bookworm, 7 Banister, 12 Eleve, 14 Mcta, 17 Dr.-y.

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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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