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SAD ACCIDENT AT GARSTON

... power, but the poor girl was beyond the reach of all surgical skill. appears that the boy had wandered away in search of blackberries, and had fallen into the pond when his screams arrested the attention of the nurse, who rushed into the water, but could ...

midnight in the black country

... following toast was given by one of them at public dinner: —“ The ladies —sweet- in the garden of life. Life is a field of blackberry bushes. Mean people squat down and pick the fruit, no matter how they black their fingers; while genius, proud and perpendicular ...

paving william-street,

... Club. —The cry is “still they come;” and we may expect, ere long, that Glee Clubs will as plentiful in this district as blackberries in autumn. The origination of new musical societies, at all events, proves that the demand for such is increasing, and ...

Jibe was conveyed to surgeon, who laid if the spike had gone half an inch deeper the wound would have

... Catholic Chapel. —Some thirty years ago a Catholic in Mossley was a rara avis in terns ; but now they are as plentiful as blackberries, in a favourite summer, like the present. They were then considered theological monstrosities, not to be tolerated ; they ...

NOTICE

... Samuel Hughes, employed at Clayton Vale Printworks, were taking a walk in some fields adjoining, when they saw bundle under blackberry bush in a hedge bottom about two yards from the footpath. Etchells got apiece of wire and poked the bundle with it, when ...

VEGETABLE.-3

... the rest, the prize for which fell to James Belfluld. Pears, Thomas Moors. Raspberries, Thomas Taylor, John Greenwood. Blackberries, W. Herod, W. Brierley. Siberian Crabs, T. Moorhouse, Gooseberries, John Travis, John Knott Vegetables. —Onions (white) ...

ECONOMY IN FUNERALS

... lor imams known, as warranted free fioto all narcotics. The following testimonial is from the eminent American physician, “Blackberry root is tonic, and strongly astringent- It has long boon a favourite for bowel affections, and from popular favourfias passed ...

DROYLSDEN

... and J. Greenwood. Beans, J. Greenwood and Thomas Kershaw. Peas, 1 and 2. John Greenwood. Cucumber, J. Greenwood and Moor. Blackberry, 1 and 2, James Belfield. Raspberry, J. Belfteld and J. Robertson. Gooseberry, J. Robertson and J. Greenwood. Plums, John ...

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS

... It appears the deceased, who had been subject to fits for some time, left home on Saturday for the purpose ot gathering blackberries, when, it is supposed, he must have been suddenly seized with fit, and, consequently, being unable call for assistance ...

STALYBRIDGE

... ill-using his mother, as he had formerly done, and calling her all sorts of names. Me wanted to send his younger brother to get blackberries on the Sunday, instead of going to school, place where he would learn nothing good; and on that being resisted, threatened ...

GLOSSOP PETTY SESSIONS

... examples : View in Surrey, with cattle and pond; Stormy Kunsot; Failing Timber ; Cottages, with water in foreground and Blackberry Gatherers; 255 guineas (Fuller and others). Copley Fielding ; Dover Cliffs; from the Bicknell collection. I- llswater and ...

&ocal anil (General

... is a widow, and resides in Dnkinfield, pleaded very hard for mercy, and her promises of reformation were as plentiful as blackberries. The bench were disposed to take a lenient view of the matter, as it was her first offence, and dismissed the case with ...