A will was completely executed on one side of the page. In the margin, but above the testator's signature, were written the words, "See other side for completion." On the reverse side were the words, "Continuation from the other side," followed by a dispositive clauses. There was no signature on the second page, but it was proved that these clauses were written before the testator signed on the first page. Under 15 Viet; c. 24, sec.1 no signature shall be operative to give effect to any disposition which is. underneath or which follows it. Held, that the writing on both sides should be admitted to probate. Palin v. Ponting, [1930] P. 185.