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Date

1850 - 1899
3 1890-1899

Countries

Ireland

Place

Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland

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AN INTERESTING CASE

... go to see him after he had left you? I did. - Did his mother tell you be was ill Yes, but it was with eating beans and blackberries. It was his stomach. (Laughter.) Did the boy say your son got him by the neck and beat him, telling him to go: No. Thomas ...

Pickie Rock Chat

... which is an infallible sign that Winter will soon be with as. On all the wayside hedges around Bangor a great harvest of blackberries is ripening for the children, and the cyclist gliding along the sheltered lanes can stop and feast almost without disturbing ...

THE DOCTOR'S VIEWS

... fever in order to save trouble. Mr Bowman—And what do they call scarlatina ? Dr Poore—ln Helena Bey Fve heard it called blackberry rash. (Roars of laughter) The motion was passed. RATIOOK INT/MEATS. Mr Junes Thomson suggested that it would be well to ...