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DISTRICT GLEANINGS. We hear that on the average about half-a-ton of blackberries have been despatched daily ..

... DISTRICT GLEANINGS. We hear that on the average about half-a-ton of blackberries have been despatched daily from Winslow station to the metropolis during the present season. The Duke and Duchess of Bedford are residing with a family party at Woburn Abbey ...

VEGETABLES

... again, and finish off on sunny shelf in house where there is plenty air admitted. Blackberries.—Some may laugh at the idea of cultivating such a common thing as the blackberry ; our American cousins, however, who are tar more wide-awake than are in a good ...

CLERGYMAN AND BISHOP

... during the Republic. Rlackderry Cultivation.— A new rural industry is being opened in Kent—namely, the cultivation of blackberries for profit. Enormous quantities of this fruit are grown on the hedges in the lanes and other parts of the county, and the ...

SOME WAYS OF USING

... this over a pint of rips blackberries and let it stand until cold; bake for a quarter of an hour. putting a crust of th each to prevent the paste rising. Let them cases get cold, and then fill them with the prepared blackberries and syrup. Pile sweetened ...

Published: Saturday 25 September 1897
Newspaper: Ampthill & District News
County: Bedfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 307 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

VEGETABLE GARDEN

... only half-grown. Apples and blackberries together make a delicious tart, and this prompts the remark— Why do people not cultivate the blackberry more generally By saving seed from the best types of our English blackberry greatly improved strain of ...

Fatal Accident on the Midland Railway.— An accident, which has proved fatal to one person, occurred on the ..

... Similar results were obtained in like manner in case of traumatic tetanus. Blackberries January.— lt is a remarkable fact that before the frost of Saturday last ripe blackberries were frequently to be found in the hedge rows in this part of Devonshire and ...

TWO BOYS SHOT FOR THROWING AT A PLUM

... ten years, and residing at Smethwick, went into the country to gather blackberries. They wandered as far as Warley Wigorn, where the prisoner resides, and began gathering blackberries from a hedge which separated his garden from the meadow the boys were ...

THE LOOXXBKBBT

... under investigation. Monday’.* Timex gives lengthy history of this fruit, which is intermediate between the raspberry and blackberry, associating colour and flavour former with the *i/.e and shaps of tb» latter. Loganberry plants were advertised for aale ...