The Other Newspaper learns that the lighthouse which was filled with cream on thursday is now completely cleaned, with the exception of the candlestick in the window just when you enter.
“This candlestick should be a memorial of the time when the lighthouse served as a cream lighthouse. The cream should be allowed to stay in the hole where one would otherwise put a candle into the candlestick. No one should be allowed to move the cream nor pour it into a cream jug. Every day fresh cream must be filled into the candlestick. If the candlestick disappears, it must be replaced by a new one and if the old cream is found it should be poured in. If the lighthouse disappears, the cream must be poured into the candlestick first. If these rules blow away, they must be put in the windowsill under a small dice of frozen cream that holds them in place. The candlestick must not be equipped with small shoulders.”