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Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England

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ASHTON AND DISTRICT

... considered as dead, have “gone off” at a surprising.rate. Of course the usual accompaniments of such pastimes are plentiful as blackberries, and burns and bruises testify to the sources whence numbers have attempted to show their delightful appreciation of the ...

SINGULAR WAR INCIDENT

... are provocative mirth, and form subjects for camp stories for months after. I have seen soldiers chase hares and pick blackberries when a shower of the leaden messengers of death was falling thick and fast around them, and do many other cool and foolish ...

THE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY FOR ALL BOWEL COMPLAINTS IS

... for iniants , is warranted free from all narcotics. . The following tos from the eminent American physician, Dr. Wood. “Blackberry root astringent. It has long been a favounte rem . y Wei affections, and from popular favour has passed i « 'ar medicinal ...

THE RESULTS OE FEiNiAJSISM

... seemed desperately frightened. They s*fid they-live din the neighbourhood of Oldliamroad, Manchester, and had been gathering blackberries: in the woo d, but from their general ance their story seemed improbable, and they taken to the Fair field police station ...

CORRESPONDENCE

... FRUIT. . t0 ,> The entire state is admirably adapted tion of fruit. Apples, peaches, plun*> ce s, rants, strawberries, blackberries, at* n and nectarines reach a rare size and a* ll Trees and vines grow rapidly, and J% climate is so genial that farmers ...

Droylsden. They were taken from the place amongst others. He could swear to the chisels by the private marks he

... pleased.—He was discharged. Hush Shop Keepers Detected at Last. —Hush shops, or unlicensed houses are said to be as plentiful blackberries in this borough, and, unlawful as they are (whilst their evil tendency is unbounded - ), it is said the trade has been ...

EXTRAORDINARY STORY

... day nor the one following, but no attention had been paid to that fact. On the third day some children, who were picking blackberries near the village, were attracted by the unusual movements of a dog which accompanied them to a spot where he was pawing ...

STALYBRIDGE BOROUGH COURT

... , and thinking he had been doing something wrong, he asked him what he had been after. He said he had been looking fer blackberries. He was sure the defendant was the boy.—Defendant: How could see me when I was in St. John’s School yard ?—Witness: you ...

MR. AND MRS. PLATTS FESTIVAL AT 1 DEANWATER. 1 did it fall to oor lot to take the pen with

... little more trouble than previously,—that was when some of the youngsters would occasionally ■tray out of the ranks to pull blackberry or two, which grew in abundance in the hedges on each side the lanes. On approaching Deanwater House, ■bout 11 o’clock, ...

game, &c Coffee and Smoking Rooms attached. Parties visiting Manchester are requested to make atrial

... known, it is warranted free from all narcotics. The following testimonial is from the eminent American physician, Dr. Wood: Blackberry root is tonic, and strongly astringent It has long been a favourite remedy for bowel aflfections and from popular favour ...