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THE AUTUMN EXHIBITION, WALKER ART GALLERY

... G. A. Lawson.-Is a very fine bronze figure. No. 1068, Blackberry Picking-The Thornm E. B. Stephens, AJR.A.-A lovely statue of a girl pulling a thorn out of her hand caused by picking blackberries. No. 1069, Colonel Bousfield, and 1070, Mirs. Bousfield ...

CHRISTMAS AMUSEMENTS IN LIVERPOOL

... promises them a holiday, with a view d to their being put out of the way, saying- '1 If you're very good, o You shbll pick blackberries 1in Ecttham wood v ARTruUn-A trip to Eastbam I Aviuenlar relation, HOw you have rnsen In our Estham-ation I t EDITII-HOW ...

ART NOTES

... At the sale of the pi5b of Mr. ry of f 2e id, of Brighton, last week, at Crlrstz sane and at well-known works appeared. Blackberry . e -Gati, by Gorge Mason, AURA, was, secured by Mcsz ?? for £61480, who A of intend to engrave it T4e Rjght of Way,'> ...

ART NOTES

... guineas :- Old Cottagis, Pinner, 60, Mars. Allinghamn; IMinehead, 210, Copley L Fielding; ?? Bridge, 32, David Cox; Blackberry Gatherers, 43, Birket Foster; Midesnumer's Night's Dream, 120, B. t Riviere, RBA.; Hunrerford Marsh, 60, s Thorne Waite; ...

FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER

... erie ornament is added at the waist, or towards one shoulder; the greatest novelty in this way, however, is a bunch of blackberries, walnuts, chestnuts, or some other autumn or winter fruit, imitated in plush or velvet. For more ceremonious toilettes ...

LIVERPOOL THEATRES AND THE LICENSING SESSIONS

... Apple Jelly is tree from artificial coloring, the natural tint of the fruit only being presened. Hartley's New beason's Blackberry Jelly now ready, Lret delicacy. del?7 ToeaccoXrSrS RaAnL-AoW to Open vemnuerm- tively from any amount. however ?? for I ...

THE AUTUMN ROBIN

... flocking birds to slay: Yet shohld'st thou ?? the danger run, He turns the tube away. Tihe gipey boy, who seeks in glee Blackberries for a dainty meal, Laughs loud m~l first beholding thea, When called, so near his precunce steal. ?? surely thinks thou ...

AUTUMN EXHIBITION OF PICTURES

... `?naresborcu-h asatle. (J4)hn Finnie), £53; 638, F rimnlas (MissL 669, Tnt Fading Year (Miss Ada Bell), £t; 672, :Blackberry Bilossomn (Miss S. Leighton), £4 4s. ' 688, A Hei'd (Miss B. Coleman), £4 4o.; 708, West Loch, Tarbert (J. 0. Long) ...

BOOKS OF THE DAY

... Skrine and E. D. Ross. INs. 6d. net. (Methuen and Co.) East Coast Stnery. F-ambles through Towns and Village, Nutting, Blackberrying, and Mush. rooming; Sea Fishing, Wild-fowl Shooting, &c. By W. J. Tate. Zs. 6d. (Jarrold and Sons.) GERMAN SHIPBUILDING ...

PUBLIC AMAUSEMENTS

... Prince of Wales Theatre last evening, when the auditorium of that popalar house was crowvded. The title of the first is Blackberries,' and that of the second Turned Up. It is made Iown that the former has been expressly wnitten for Miss Alice Atherton ...

THE THEATRES

... acting keepsishe audience revelling insmerri. mnent from the rise of the curtain to its fall, Turned Up is preceded by Blackberries, a clever and diverting farce in one act, by the same author. At the Rotunda Theatre Mr. Edward Compton and his company ...

NOTES IN LOCAL STUDIOS

... Southern's only contribution will be a large oil, The Fringe of a Pine Forest. James Towers has a large oil painting, called Blackberry Time, Barton, Cheshire ; fir trees, fern, and bramble, with meadows sloping to the Dee. Also two water colours, A Chat ...