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FIND THE WORDS
This is a theme puzzle with the subject stated below. Find the listed words
in the grid. (They may run in any direction but always in a straight line.
Some letters are used more than once.) Ring each word as you find it and
when you have completed the puzzle, there will be 5 letters left over. They
spell out the alternative theme of the puzzle.
What a name
1 In which state is Roxby Downs?
2 What is the art or science of good eating called?
3 Which singer has an album called "Feeding the Gods"?
4 What does the colloquial term "fiddle-faddle" mean?
5 In which two states are there towns called Emerald?
6 What animal is also called a river-horse?
7 On a boat, what does a boatswain look after?
8 Hispanic refers to which people?
9 What is the name of the ink-blot test used in personality analysis?
10 What was the Hindenburg?
The letters in each vertical column go into the squares directly below them,
but not necessarily in the order they appear. A black square indicates the end
of a word. When you have placed all the letters in their correct squares, you
will be able to read a popular quotation.
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7 Has no faith in
8 Restore to health
9 Remaining mark of a wound
10 Arduous journey
14 Takes into custody
16 Puts out of the correct position
22 Narrow strip of wood
24 Not at home
25 Three wise men
26 Spur on
27 Obstacle or impediment
2 Wait at table
3 Minor problem arising in a process
4 Die of hunger
6 Being present at
12 Excite agreeably
15 Compass point
17 Moves along on hands and knees
18 Stretches of land
20 Once more
Starting with the seven-letter word, drop a letter, rearrange and form a
six-letter word. Continue in this manner until you reach the lone letter at the
bottom. Your solution may differ from ours.
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Answers Trivia Quiz
1 South Australia, 2 gastron-
omy, 3 Tim Finn, 4 nonsense, 5
Victoria and Queensland, 6
hippopotamus, 7 rigging, an-
chors, cables etc, 8 Spanish and
Portuguese or Latin-American,
9 Rorschach test, 10 a large
A converted cannibal is one
who on Friday eats only fisher-
men -- Emily Lotney
Across: 1 fast, 7 distrusts, 8
cure, 9 scar, 10 trek, 11 stem, 14
apprehends, 16 dislocates, 19
tags, 22 slat, 24 away, 25 magi,
26 stimulate, 27 snag.
Down: 1 faces, 2 serve, 3
hiccup, 4 starve, 5 rust, 6
attending, 12 titillate, 13 mail,
15 east, 17 crawls, 18 tracts, 20
again, 21 sting, 23 tame.
Inverts, insert, tries, ties, sit,
of salmon found
THE mountain lakes are filling at such
a rapid rate that it's possible to watch
the water advancing before your eyes.
Capacity at Lake Eucumbene has
exceeded the 41 per cent mark, the
highest it's been since early 2006.
The bank-based fishing is brilliant
as a result, with plenty of anglers
catching their bag limit.
Jimmy Savitsky and Paul King
fished Seven Gates recently for a great
catch of 20 rainbows to 1kg on
Powerbait. The pair also lost plenty of
fish to submerged thistles, which are in
abundance as the water rises.
There were no signs of any brown
trout, although a few of the larger fish
that managed to bury themselves in the
snags could have been sizeable
Apart from Seven Gates, other
locations worth trying at Eucumbene
include Buckenderra and Anglers
Coastal fishing is definitely on the
improve, especially in the estuaries,
which are gradually warming.
Paul Brown had a great session at
Moruya recently, catching some lovely
dusky flathead to 60cm as well as a
chunky bream. All fell for soft plastics
fished in about a metre of water.
Chopper tailor are around in good
numbers at Moruya, Wagonga Inlet
and Wallaga Lake. Estuary perch are
being caught in the Clyde River, with
some spectacular surface action
reported in the past week or so.
It seems like I've been saying it all
year, but the beaches and rocks
continue to produce bucket-loads of
Large numbers of fish are around
Broulee and Moruya and are
responding well to metal lures and
Offshore there are still consistent
catches of kingfish reported off
Moruya, Narooma and Bermagui.
Bonito are amongst them providing a
welcome and tasty by-catch.
Locally, all of Canberra's urban
lakes are well worth a cast for a golden
perch or two.
Vikings pillage Wests in final
Vikings fullback Isikele Ratulevu dives over for a try during Saturday's John I Dent Cup grand final against Wests.
Picture: Elesa Lee
Man of the match Colby Faingaa
enjoys the spoils of victory.
The Vikings celebrate their win (above) Darragh Fanning evades Pama
Fou (below left), and Colby Faingaa crashes over for a try (below right).
THE Tuggeranong Vikings have
proven themselves the dominant force
of the 2011 John I Dent Cup with a
crushing 44-18 win over Wests in the
grand final on Saturday.
The Vikings went into the match as
pronounced favourites having won
their last 10 matches and dominated
from the outset to score seven tries to
The Vikings stunned the Lions with
a four try burst inside the opening 20
minutes to open up a 26-6 lead, with
fullback Isikele Ratulevu notching up a
Wests scored just before half-time
through winger Tom Reudiger, but the
Vikings kicked away again in the
second half to finish comfortable
The victory margin was the widest
in a grand final in the history of the
Vikings captain Beau Mokotupu
said the win helped erase the memories
of last year's grand final loss to
Queanbeyan, which was decided by a
penalty goal right on full-time.
''Last year we were feeling a little
bit how Wests are feeling now, but this
year, I'm just over the moon,'' he said.
''We worked so hard for this today
and I'm ecstatic with the way we
Mokotupu said the Vikings were in
the midst of a golden period for the
club, having played in the past five
''We've been there or therabouts for
the last five seasons, as a club we've
just got to nail that last game at the end
of the season,'' he said.
''We're on the way [to building a
dynasty], we've just got to improve in
that last game.''
Vikings No 8 and Brumbies squad
member Colby Faingaa was the stand
out player in the match, finishing with
three tries and causing problems in the
Wests defensive line every time he
touched the ball.
''He showed his class out there
today. He was at a level above
everyone else,'' Mokotupu said.
The Vikings came close to a clean
sweep of all five men's grand finals,
winning second grade, third grade and
fourth grade. Queanbeyan beat the
Vikings in the Colts grand final.
In the grand final of the women's
grand final, Royals beat Uni-Norths
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