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THE EARL OF LATHOM ON THE GOVERNMENT

... preserving there batter fruit fouod than Blackberries, which ars not only valuable article food, but invaluable medicinally mads Into lea. In case* of oold. throat, Be ASk four grocer tor Wm. P. Hartley's Blackberry with Apple J ally, c season's being now ...

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... for some to eat with his blackberries. She refused. He appeared eslgned, bnt added, gravely, You know, mamma, what lappened ronnd tbe corner! There was a little boy, and hh mother rould not give him any sugar on b : a blackberries, and ' What ? Next ...

Published: Saturday 28 October 1876
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 659 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

POTATO MARKETS

... Bd. |«er stone: American Apple*. 14*. Ifis. per barrel ; pear*. 3s. 5s tier bo* ; do. common, is. Is. fid. par stone ; blackberries, Gd. 3*. 3»l. per stone. LEYBURN, Friday.—Best table potatoes, per stone; inferior do., lid. l-cr stone (retail). OTLBY ...

BETTING PROSECUTION AT SCARBOROUGH

... and train thtm become useful members the community. denied that he punished the two lads in the field,when they had been blackberrying, so to draw blood. The only time in which he used the birch was the case of the bey Davis, on the 2r.d May. never used ...

Published: Friday 08 December 1899
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1480 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

YORKSHIRE DIALECT WOEDS

... 3. Bbully—a broil or squabble. Moderate roughness or motion of the sea. 1. 2. BiUitMLK-nosed (lit. bramble blackberry pimpled like a blackberry, with intemperance, 1, 2, 4. Bsuiouu —the fruit of bramble, 1, 2,4. Says 2, 4 * aountance autumn a hard coming ...

Published: Saturday 02 January 1892
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1065 | Page: 20 | Tags: none

THE BLAKEY COMPANY PROMOTING CASE

... Company, and stated that Sunday, October 9th, the lad- were trespassing the railway near Carr Late Bridge—-presumably picking blackberries. The Charles .li 11 got a piece timber and laid across the rails. lie buy Albert remonbtrated with him, and stated that ...

Published: Friday 02 December 1898
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1298 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

riTE YORKSHIRE POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887

... Chttwyod's Never. 3 w Mr. V. aged—£loo •••AtAA Mr. Heastnen's f. Hagioscope—Conceit, yrs.—£loo •• r,n0 * Mr. Hudson's Blackberry, 3yrs.-£lOO Osborue Mr. J. Lowe's Sapientia, 2yra.—£l(X), ' Mr. C. J. Merry's yr*.—xlOO .. - Jouslffe Mr. J. Ayton, ...

CATTLE MARKETS

... per stone stripes and bellflower* Bd. per stone: American apples, 13A 15s. per barrel pears, 1A 6*l. to 6d. per stone; blackberries, 6d. to 3a per stone; pomegranate* to fid. per case, and Bd. to per dozen. OTLKY, Friday.—Potatoes, 7*L to B*L per stone; ...

REVISION COURTS

... shelter. September I.—Next morning, seeing there was no chance of work Leicester, walked to Coventry, eating the road few blackberries from the hedges. I got Coventry about seven o'clock, and sold two pairs of socks and shirt for ninepence, and went to bed ...

CKOXTON PARK MEETING-Friday

... Snodin's Thinskin, aged G. S. Halford 3 12 Lord Wilton's Minster (late HoughmagandyJ.aged.Mrßevill 0 12 0 Captain Stirling’s Blackberry, yrs .., .Colonel J. Johnson 0 Mr O. Spafford’s King William, aged Mr J. Spafford 0 0 Mr C. Samuda’s Billy Button, yrs Mr ...

TO CORRESPONDENTS

... dam Phlegon, Burlington, late 5 yrs 6 yrs Melody, aged Zonzozee, 4 yrs Victoire, yrs •Safeguard, Cecily, yrs Bacchante, S •Blackberry, aged •Lopez, 6 yrs The RUGBY OPEN HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE, Sweepstakes of 7 sovs each for starters, with 120 added ; a winner ...

FIELD, FARM AND GARDEN

... suggests. No ons will be more surprised than Mr. Gladstone. The grand old man's ideas may be extended in the direction of blackberries. This choice wild fruit makes an excellent jelly. If farmers would gather the berries—instead of letting them rot in the ...

Published: Saturday 01 October 1887
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2153 | Page: 5 | Tags: none