3 JULY 1936, Page 44

"The Spectator" Crossword No. 197

BY Zmeo 1.4 prize of one guinea well be given to the sender of the first correct solution of this week', crossword puzzle to be opened. Envelopes should be marked " Crossword Puzzle," and should be received not later than first post on Tuesday. No envelopes will be opened before noon on Tuesday. Solutions should be on the form appearing below. The name of the winner will be published in our next issue. Envelopes (=Mining solutions m::st bear a three-halfpenny stamp, otherwise they are surcharged on delivery.]


1. A no longer fresh companion will result in a draw in a game.

6. rev. Mineral spring.

9. You can get about 9s. out of this systematic instruc- tion.

14. rev. With 17, you will get the point.

15. Fruit-sugar.

16. rev. One who renounces worldly goods needs nothing.

17. See 14.

18. What the result is when the canoe capsizes?

19. This combination is largely made from a mixture of metal with mercury.

21. Better this than never.

22. rev. This is half gone.

23. Short.

25. Grinning.

26. rev. " Man ! Thou pendulum betwixt a smile and . . . "

27. Absolute submission from China.

29. There's no hope for this fellow.

31. 1 with 54 ciphers.

32. A short day is long enough to get married.

DOWN 1. Noteworthy person con- nected with a railway !

2. This will bring a skier up short !

3. Ail and out (anag.).

4. Convincing.

5. Treatment for an aggregate age in which individuality is lost ?

6. rev. The blessed isle.

7. Pea-crab.

8. Became motionless.

10. P.C. in America.

11. " The . . . autumn, big with rich increase, Bearing the wanton burthen of the prime."

12. The entire result can be expressed in adroitness.

13. Turn out the other way round.

20. He wrote " Tams Bulbs."

24. rev. To suffer damage by use is to have a lasting quality I 28. See 30.

30. Becomes worsted in 28.