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No. 10 (April 1955)
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE
No 10

Winner of our puzzle of last issue was Mr S. E. Swift of Wanganui. We must apologise for another error in this puzzle, probably the reason why so few solutions reached us. We hope this one is really absolutely correct. Another guinea is offered for a correct solution to reach this office (P.O. Box 2390, Wellington) by the end of May.

Clues ACROSS

1. A numeral.
3. To snatch food.
7. Soot.
9. Calabash.
10. Carver's tool.
12. Cave.
13. A Kahungunu siege.
15. Brave.
16. To run.
18. Opening of a haka taparahi.
19. Alas.
20. Affirmation.
21. Earthquake.
22. A common N.Z. Shrub.
23. Stake.
25. Preposition (dialectal).
26. Emerge from water.
27. Moonlight.
30. Son.
32. Pronoun.
34. Glowing.
35. Fisherman.
36. Be left as a remnant.

Clues DOWN

2. Illustrious.
3. Embrace (verb in the passive form).
4. Composer of waiata for Te Tahuri. It recites the five canoes.
5. Road.
6. A South Island leader.
7. A common Arawa exclamation.
8. Gaze.
11. Scoop towards you.
13. Sparrowhawk.
14. A chief, name means one hundred ovens.
15. For.
17. Affirmation.
24. Raw.
25. Negative command.
28. Appearance.
29. A local noun.
31. Personification of knowledge.
33. A spear.