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rIEDD AND DAIRY FARMING

... the blackberry ; our American cousins. however, who are far more wid►a•wab than we are in a good many points, do so, and have their named varieties—Lawson., Kittatinnies, Wilson Juniors, and so forth, and why should not we? A well made blackberry pudding ...

Published: Friday 28 December 1888
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 3818 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

FOR THE LIME FOLKS

... as much blackberry pie as I want. v Don't you have as much now as you want ? You always share with us. Yes, mother, I have one piece, sometimes two pieces.but I want a whole one, and when I get to be a man I mean to have • whole blackberry pie. Well ...

Published: Friday 01 March 1889
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2099 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

ABERGAVENNY & NEIGHBOURHOOD. I HALF-HOLIDAY RAMBLE. [BY OUR SPECIAL Coital I.lpin n ht ight 04 tobor day, a day nn

... beautiful mottled carpet of emerald, studded with the autumn gold of the fallen leaves some children returning from • blackberrying expedition, with unmistakable evidences of their appreciation of the fruit on their little m •uilis and faces, all tended ...

Published: Friday 27 October 1882
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1886 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

DEATH IN THE MILK CAN

... touch beer or wine, drink so eagerly and confidingly. CULTIVATING THE BLACKBERRY. Mr. Alexander Harley, Stenhousemuir. writes to the Scotoma* follows on the cultivation of the blackberry or bramble: I visit frequently those who are cultivating the bramble ...

Published: Friday 31 August 1894
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 453 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Ntanmouthshire and Agriculture

... alluded to the iuconvvnieuce and damage these particularly in the neighbourhood large towns trespassers mushrooming and blackberrying who left the gules open, broke the hedges, and let the cattle out, and there was no remedy unless damage could be proved ...

Published: Friday 13 October 1899
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 480 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

(From the World.)

... piece of soft washleather damped with • little sweet oil. BLACKBERRY Brane.—This excellent remedy for sore throats is easily made and procurable by all. Put some very ripe and dry blackberries into a jar, cover tightly, and stand in a cool oven all night ...

Published: Friday 10 December 1886
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2843 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE WOMAN’S WORLD

... crimson dog-hips and shaded blackberry leaves. A charming little black velvet toque with a scarlet plume rather suggestive of frost and snow, but brown straws plentifully bedight with wheat-care and trails of blackberries indicate more accurately the ...

Published: Friday 04 September 1896
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1491 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

ArrCSIN AT ITS WORST

... enough. And then, too, how you see the children trying to pull the hedges to pieces with their confounded blackberrying. Who wants to go blackberrying,l should like to know ? One comfort is that when they do they always manage to scratch themselves. or else ...

Published: Friday 06 September 1889
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1256 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

HURTIIC APPOIRTHEBTS

... pocket-book and accounts extending over some period. Witness concluded that deceased bad been wandering tbrongb the wood blackberry or nutting, and possibly polled off boot to cat bis toe-nail, which was, apparently growing in. Dr. Lane said the face was ...

Published: Friday 10 November 1899
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2278 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

ABERGAVENNY CHRONICLE AND MONMO' _ _

... raspberry culture particularly it, needs • liberal amount of manure dug into and the same may be said in regard to American blackberries. Root pruning may still be carried out with good effect on unfruitful apple, pear. and other fruit trees. Cut out the old ...

Published: Friday 11 October 1889
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 3733 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS

... FARMS. HARDWICK. \ NY Person or Persons found TRESPASSING upon the above Farms or Woods in pursuit of gome, or picking blackberries, nuts or mushrooms, will be prosecuted ; and REWARD will be paid any person or persons who will give such information will ...

Published: Friday 02 September 1898
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 65 | Page: 5 | Tags: none