COMPETITION NO. 2.
The prize for this competition goes to MRS E. GRANDISON, whose entry has been selected as the neatest solution found to be correct. A number of competitors made one mistake only, mostly over the spelling of the names Ait-ken and Priestley; other competitors added initials and letters which were not given in the original words set. * .
It is gratifying to note the interest which has been taken in this competition. Entries were sent in from Auckland, Mauku, Pokeno, Paerata, Papakura, Bombay, Buckland, Waiuku, and Runciman, as well as from Pukekohe. which justifies the claim the “Times” makes to a full Franklin County circulation. Another competition will be set in a week or two, which it is hoped will call for a similar gratifying response.
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Franklin Times, Volume XIX, Issue 141, 4 December 1929, Page 7
COMPETITION NO. 2. Franklin Times, Volume XIX, Issue 141, 4 December 1929
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