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THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

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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 ...

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 ...

VARIETIES

... suddenly, after oatiug a quuntity of blackberries. He vontied violently after oaitimg thorn, and ;be medical evidence went to show that dei.th was due to convulsios conosequent upon diarrhila naulsed by eating the blackberries. ?? datli is announced of Mr. George ...

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 ...

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 ...

Poetry

... forget The least or thy sweet trifles I The window vines that clamber yet, Whose bloom the bee still rifles I The roadside blackberries growing ripe, And in the woods the Indian-pipe? Happy the man who fills his field, Content with rustic labour I Earth does ...

FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY

... with black lace. The front has a half wreath of brown heath, and velvet leaves; in the inside the same flowers mixed with blackberries. Blond cap and green satin strings. A felt-coloured velvet bonnet had the curtain of blue velvet and white lace ; a torsade ...

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 ...