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catalogued the negatives correctly, and has collected his sovereign. But I understand that he has not informed his employer, on the ground that the employer dislikes larks. The entries in the appointment book remain as they were. So that it is on record that I was photographed in the afternoon, though the photographic negatives entered under my name are really those taken from me in the morning.'
'This, ' said the chairman, 'is the most elaborate attempt we have had. Nobody else claims to have been seen in two places at the same time. I do not say that the evidence is perfect, but then the evidence of an alibi must always have a hole in it somewhere. Does anybody claim to have beaten it ? Nobody ? Then I have no hesitation in deciding in Sir Charles's favour, and I congratulate him on the distinction-which, so far, has been held by Mr Pusely-Smythe alone-of winning the prize on two successive occasions.'
The next problem was now read out. It

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was entitled ` The Threepenny Problem,' andran as follows :` It is required to offer a halfcrown for a threepenny bus-fare, and to receive the change wholly in threepenny bits. No gift or promise of a gift may be made to the conductor to induce him to give the change in this form.'
` That's the easiest we've ever had,' grumbled Major Byles. ' So, of course, it's my turn to be in the chair, and I can't compete.'

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