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THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... parcel is from Mrs. Searle and Viollette, and contains blackberry jelly I Plesan eperene i te psthad enabled me to ~-uascoretly ad ad m fiedshave muchen loye th deicius cnfetio. Hw the blackberries weregatere an muc moe areebleinformation 5 wil beglenedfrm ...

GOSSIP WITH THE CHILDREN

... silence, you may be sure. It was autumn,' and the blackberries were ripe. Now and then they came across a black- berry bush, and stopped to gather the berries before they went on. But as they met many a blackberry bush, and had a dispute over each one that they ...

GOSSIP WITH THE CHILDREN

... a distance greater than usual, some twenty miles, but I hope to tell you something about it another time. The luscious blackberries are most abundant and of great size, and seem to cry alond to all who pass by, Take me to your lips. But no gatherers ...

GOSSIP WITH THE CHILDREN

... The coal ceollar Picking blackberries t Do you lovo meP I like my turnips mashed. Six months' holiday. But the leader says The beantifnl Miss Jenkinson met adorable John Smith in the coal cellar. They were picking blackberries, and she said 'Do yon love ...

LANCASHIRE BIRDS

... domestication, and it is alosw. this condition that we must look at it now. few days prior to the advent of October, the blackberries hang lascious on the bra:j and the brown nuts drop from the cluastere, the lea, goes, as is his'wont, to the coppice of ...

COUNTRY LIFE

... endless cloud studies and felt supremely bl]essed. drank from the Hermit's Well, and our nooole repast consisted of a leaf of blackberries. Snrey this was pastoral happiness. We were many, mua miles from anywhere. We had, however, to get us back to the practi ...

FASHIONS—SOCIETY

... purple asters rnixed with aspagagus fern. A combination of rose pink, -white, and .silver, with branches of hazel nute and blackberry, laves was another suggestion for 'an autu=. dler table, and dwellers in the country are':rtiqularly: frturiate, in- aszmuch ...

COUNTRY LIFE

... abandant provisions for the birds. The seed of the heather, and the bilberry; the cow, MAount Ida, or 1 whortle berry; the blackberry, the cranberry, the blaeberry, the crowberries, and the juniper fruits- all these are the food of the birds in the winter ...

GOSSIP WITH THE CHILDREN

... week's nuts. 1. 1, Llantrisant; 2, Omahh; 3, Narva; 4, Durham; 5, Orte; 6, Nervers. Initials. London; finals, Thames. 2. Blackberry. 3. We had been drifting days and weeks, Nor sighted laud nor ship; Hollow with hunver were omr cheeks, And cracked with ...

THE CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME AT THE QUEEN'S THEATRE

... publiz. &he OHaw' Perch has been pencilled' with, ?? and is'appropriate to the o penn or- the Hfawk's stor while theI Blackberry Del th 'VW aly of the Blooming Macbaias ' and the 1 Cottg ?? of ~Single Shoe,l have all th riticeclence ef 'natural ...

GOSSIP WITH THE CHILDREN

... DAnvevsacrnu. KERNELS OF LAST WEEK'S NUTS 1. Smiles, miles, limes, lime. 2. Conquest. 3. Sheath, heath, heat, eat, tea. 4. Blackberry. :KI T M I D O LE T 0 LJ L E I, 1, A All correctly extracted by Afilly Lewie, Stratford; Florrie Chimer, Wem; Lizzie Richardson ...

GOSSIP WITH THE CHILDREN

... of ?? especial I gift to man, and for which we wero assembled to E return our grateful thtnks in praise and prayer. The t blackberry harvest has been a wonderful one indeed. The fruit is as large as mulberries, and so sweet and luscious. Oh I if our poor ...