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Issue 12

Richard Griffiths, Trivia, Nocturne, Antonymous Words, Typewriter Words, Sleepy Jack, Australian Train Travel, Livingstone and Stanley all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Richard Griffiths, Trivia, Nocturne, Antonymous Words, Typewriter Words, Sleepy Jack, Australian Train Travel, Livingstone and Stanley

Contents of Issue 12 (March 1999)
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Tally Ho! — Tony Rogers
"The results of our recent survey on whether to charge for Bikwil are in, counted and applauded"
Puddin' 'n' Pie — Tony Rogers
"When we first meet him he is kitted out in a pale blue T-shirt emblazoned with the message 'Die Laughing with Bernie'; later he dons black trousers, a bow tie and a silver lamι jacket, and turns down his sunnies ready to meet the Queen Mum."
Some words of appreciation for English actor Richard Griffiths (b. 1947)
Where Three Ways Meet — Sockrates
A score and more remarkable Presidential Coincidences
Nocturne — Bet Briggs
"Warm, vibrant tones, deep as the dark"
Some quiet jazz piano playing inspired this poem
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Time to tidy up some loose ends
Telephone Exchange — E. Roy Strong
"First, apparently, we have to argue."
One of the tallish tales from Come Spin Us a Yarn Sleepy Jack
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
Web Line — Tony Rogers
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
The story behind the famous "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?"

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