Shooting Accident at Swainswick. A labouring man named Moses Davis, aged 43, while picking blackberries, was ..

... Shooting Accident at Swainswick. A labouring man named Moses Davis, aged 43, while picking blackberries, was shot in the face by a farmer's son, who was out shooting rabbits. Davies was rather seriously injured, and taken to the hospital, where he was ...

Published: Tuesday 25 September 1894
Newspaper: Western Daily Press
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 615 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRIES

... esoteric meaning the initiated. And even the blackberry plays a humble part in the system, for, according to Cornish people, the first blackberry seen will banish waits. In pans of Ireland decoction of blackberry leaves in hot water is lecommended for diarrhoea ...

Published: Wednesday 02 October 1895
Newspaper: Cork Constitution
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1452 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRIES

... esoteric meaning to the initiated. And even the blackberry plays a humble part in the system, for, according to Cornish people, the first blackberry seen will banish warts. In parts of Ireland a decoction of blackberry leaves in hot water is recommended for diarrhoea ...

Published: Wednesday 02 October 1895
Newspaper: Sheffield Independent
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1439 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

AUSTRALIAN BLACKBERRIES

... pest, and in parts of New South Wales the blackberry is so prolific that the fruit is gathered the ton, in place of the bushel or hundred-weight w ith which English blackberry gatherers are familiar. The blackberry is finest and most abundant on the coast ...

Published: Friday 07 April 1899
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 696 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY RIPE

... BLACKBERRY RIPE. How to Make tlie Best of It The blackberry is a fruit well known, both in wild and cultivated forms, throughout the nortn temperate of both hemispheres. The bush upon which it is is a Urauioie allien with >ut cultivation, thanks to ...

THE BLACKBERRY

... THE BLACKBERRY. The blackberry bush what cad is because it happens to be common in the vegetable world ! If were exotic, growing here and there, and only growing at all when you cursed it, made much of it, manured it, and all the rest, then should have ...

Published: Saturday 08 June 1872
Newspaper: Westmorland Gazette
County: Westmorland, England
Type: Article | Words: 494 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRIES AND NUTS

... in the newspaper to themselves. There is coming forward the most prodigious season ever known for blackberries, nuts, and elder-berries. The blackberries are so thick, the nuts so big and bunchy, and the elder-berries so suggestive of mugs upon mugs of ...

Published: Thursday 17 August 1865
Newspaper: Dundee Courier
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1140 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE BLACKBERRY

... THE BLACKBERRY. The blackberry bush—what a cad is because happens to common the vegetable world ! If it were an exotic, growing here and there, and only growing at all when you nuraed it, marie much of it, manured it, and all the rest, then we should ...

BLACKBERRIES

... BLACKBERRIES. It used to be mid they ripen with the corn. Corn and blackberries bath have ripeued slowly this year. In not a few backwardly places the corn is nut yet ripe, and the blackberries are still green or reti—certainly not black. Of them, as ...

Published: Friday 19 October 1894
Newspaper: Newcastle Daily Chronicle
County: Northumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 476 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

TO PRESERVE BLACKBERRIES

... TO PRESERVE BLACKBERRIES. Blackberry jam: Crush quart of fully ripened blackberries with 11b. of finely pounded cane loaf sugar, put it in a preserving pan, and let it simmer over a gentle fire until the jam becomes thick. Add wineglassful of brandy to ...