Port Wins kbom Blackberries,—North Carolina dried blackberries to the, Loudon market. The blackberries, after ..

... Port Wins kbom Blackberries,—North Carolina dried blackberries to the, Loudon market. The blackberries, after being picked in the autumn and dried ovens on wicker frames, are sold contractors, who ahio them immediately for Europe. The fruit is gathered ...

Published: Monday 13 December 1880
Newspaper: Dundee Evening Telegraph
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 146 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Blackberries 1— Blackberries 1 BBT PRICE given by W. H. DIAPER, at ASHCHUROH STATION, MONDAYS, WEDIMSDAYS, lad ..

... Blackberries 1— Blackberries 1 BBT PRICE given by W. H. DIAPER, at ASHCHUROH STATION, MONDAYS, WEDIMSDAYS, lad PRIDAYS, at Tina itta, Maaday, Septumbar 11* DMZ. NOTION. be HOFtBIC FERRY will dowel at frizTIPTYNIN Mei the et Sept. 211th till the sating ...

Sept’, it, 1880. bar two,” as plentiful as blackberries in this unusually-prolific blackberry-month. One of the ..

... Sept’, it, 1880. bar two,” as plentiful as blackberries in this unusually-prolific blackberry-month. One of the principal features of this meeting used to be the friendly rivalry which was brought to issue between North and South ; and the mind ol the ...

Published: Saturday 11 September 1880
Newspaper: Sporting Times
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1027 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SELECTED POETRY, PICKING BLACKBERRIES ON THE HILL. Picking blackberries on the hill, Boy and girl together— ..

... SELECTED POETRY, PICKING BLACKBERRIES ON THE HILL. Picking blackberries on the hill, Boy and girl together— That was thirty years ago, Just such autumn weather. Jane was seven, I eleven— ; Happy children ever. Oh, that hillside ! Pretty spot Where we ...

Published: Monday 22 September 1884
Newspaper: Dundee Evening Telegraph
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Miscellaneous | Words: 155 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

GOING A-BLACKBERRYING

... same dog-fox Ulysses is not proved worth a blackberry. Once more the blackberry is not without its folk-lore, and there is a popular superstition that the Devil always puts his cloven foot upon the blackberries on Michaelmas Day, and on this account it ...

Published: Saturday 17 September 1881
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1169 | Page: 18 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRYING

... about the blackberry which commends it to me hugely. The peach and the nectarine are not for all—not even in tins The mangosteen is still harder of access, and the luscious durian one only reads of in the pages of Mr. Wallace; but the blackberry, like the ...

Published: Saturday 13 October 1888
Newspaper: Illustrated London News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1877 | Page: 16 | Tags: none

A DAY'S BLACKBERRYING

... party bent on blackberrying. The very wordpossesses a fascination in itself, recalling as it does pleasant- memories of bygone days, when we were wont to play truant from school and spend the greater portion of the time a-blackberrying a weakness that ...

TURNED UP AND BLACKBERRIES AT THE COMEDY THEATRE

... TURNED UP AND BLACKBERRIES AT THE COMEDY THEATRE. Me. Willie Edouin is fortunate in having two amusing pieces, and a company capable of doing thtm justioe. He is himself a master in the whimsical w ay, and Mies Alice Atherton is the embodiment of frolicsome ...

THE BLACKBERRY Mil

... as much blackberry pie as I want. 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 a whole blackberry pie. Well ...

Published: Saturday 02 March 1889
Newspaper: Exmouth Journal
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 475 | Page: 3 | Tags: none