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CRADLED IN A STORM

... early frcet had changed the green bracken into gold, and out in the misty meadows, beyond the yellowing shrubberies, the blackberries, swarmed upon the prickly labyrinths of bramble. 'Thither I hie me, with a basket on my arm, to feast on the wild fruit ...

THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE

... found it abundance. There is pieta of half andw least in one plate. The hurries are nearly ripe, sl• moat the size of a blackberry. The yotingur nieinbero of our party decorated their hats with the orris` coloured fruit andgerauium-like leaves, with do ...

Published: Friday 03 August 1888
Newspaper: Huddersfield Daily Examiner
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1772 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

GOSSIP ON DRESS

... of the briar and thorn hats are too extraonlinary to be described, and the latest are the bramble ones, with clusters of blackberries in various stages of ripeness, which look for all the world as if the wearer had twisted up a shape for herself out of ...

LINTHWAITE

... extreme abundance. 'There piece of half an acre at loud in one place. The berries are nearly ripe, and almost the size of a blackberry. The younger members of our party decorated their hats with the JPer) orangecoloured fruit and geranium-like leaves, with ...

Published: Saturday 11 August 1888
Newspaper: Huddersfield Daily Examiner
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1190 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

NEWS, VIEWS, AND REVIEWS. STRERHON. Buxton, Tuesday. IRE and water are antagonistic elements; but at Little ..

... both in borough and shire. lITTLE Eaton is village with charming scenic rori roundings. Its Blue Mountains,” especially in blackberry time, are worth exploring. But to engineer? it is interesting being the blrth-placo of the tram lines that existed before ...

Published: Saturday 18 August 1888
Newspaper: Sheffield Weekly Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1069 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

SELECTIONS FOR LADIES

... fruit and fiowers are lightly pinned in, and clusters of red enrranta have appeared lately with pretty effect. A trail of blackberries on fair hair would not look amiss, or a claater of little oranges, out of a conservatory, among dark tree sea. A pretty ...

Published: Wednesday 08 August 1888
Newspaper: Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1368 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BITTEN BY A COPPERHEAD

... case is reported in which a young fellow was severely bitten by one of these vipers under peculiar circumstances. He was blackberrying with a friend. The friend was attacked by a copperhead, which the young lad killed. A few minutes later he was attacked ...

SCIENTIFIC AND.USEFUL

... through lUe the nest, au , four ounces of tsmjelly bag into » * f whits wine. The glass to steep diB ...

Published: Saturday 18 August 1888
Newspaper: Sheffield Weekly Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 793 | Page: 13 | Tags: none

FISHERIES

... Heal fruit and flowers are lightly pinned In, and dusters of rtd currants have appeared lately with pretty effect. A trail blackberries fair hair would not look amiss,or n cluster little oranges, out of conservatory, among dark tESSsna. To-day tho two days’ ...

Published: Tuesday 07 August 1888
Newspaper: Bradford Daily Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2545 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SUPPLEMENT TO THE HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, MS

... that it is worth the journey, but I did not go. In the olden times, castles in Scotland seem to have been as plentiful as blackberries, and on both sides of the sound there are remains of old strongholds pointed out. The principal one is Aros Castle, ivy-mantled ...

Published: Saturday 04 August 1888
Newspaper: Huddersfield Daily Examiner
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1784 | Page: 13 | Tags: none

#nrtij O-omtfro £>*ui_

... exhibitors must have taken great pains to bring the flowers and fruit to such a state of perfection. He thought that the common blackberry ought to be cultivated. He had seen very large ones in the South of Eng- land, but they could be brought to still greater ...

Published: Monday 06 August 1888
Newspaper: Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4092 | Page: 3 | Tags: none