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THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... parcel is from Mrs. Searle and Viollette, and contains blackberry jelly I Plesan eperene i te psthad enabled me to ~-uascoretly ad ad m fiedshave muchen loye th deicius cnfetio. Hw the blackberries weregatere an muc moe areebleinformation 5 wil beglenedfrm ...

ART NOTES

... guineas :- Old Cottagis, Pinner, 60, Mars. Allinghamn; IMinehead, 210, Copley L Fielding; ?? Bridge, 32, David Cox; Blackberry Gatherers, 43, Birket Foster; Midesnumer's Night's Dream, 120, B. t Riviere, RBA.; Hunrerford Marsh, 60, s Thorne Waite; ...

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES

... remind any readers that it is very whlolesome, and in cases of dysentery L is most valuable. When you have procured enough blackberries for present table use make syrup, jelly, and jam for the rest. Encourage children in the country to pick them, for in doing ...

FASHIONS—SOCIETY

... purple asters rnixed with aspagagus fern. A combination of rose pink, -white, and .silver, with branches of hazel nute and blackberry, laves was another suggestion for 'an autu=. dler table, and dwellers in the country are':rtiqularly: frturiate, in- aszmuch ...

BOOKS OF THE DAY

... Skrine and E. D. Ross. INs. 6d. net. (Methuen and Co.) East Coast Stnery. F-ambles through Towns and Village, Nutting, Blackberrying, and Mush. rooming; Sea Fishing, Wild-fowl Shooting, &c. By W. J. Tate. Zs. 6d. (Jarrold and Sons.) GERMAN SHIPBUILDING ...

GOSSIP OF THE LABOUR WORLD

... tile suiggestion f have made a trial. Labou)tr magi-strattes, especially inl 'lancas-hiiie, will scm) be as Plentiful as blackberries in autnumn. 'Init auddition to dir. David olmitles, of Thtncy ilusO II appointment litas given univ-rgal eati~iac.tion ...

VILLA, ALLOTMENT, AND COTTAGE GARDENS

... spindle tree, with its half-opened pink capsule showing its orange-coloured seeds within. The t bauckthorn, the elde, and the blackberry also supply I fruits at this season of the year. ' 5 ARAJfAL SiEBOLI~i. This' is an excellent houid plant-for an amateor ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... different operations. I cannot tell you any more about that at present, as it would take too nmnch room. There are so ntanv blackberries about - Ramsey, I and ' he other little girl picksdr about three pints and were home in an hour and a half.-I must now ...

THE CHILDREN' HOUR

... much. I have bsen spending myholiday in'the country, and have greatly enjoyed myself. We gathered a lot of flowers, and blackberries, and mushrooms. At a farm near the place we stayed at they had a cow which wae very fond of mushrooms. When she was turned ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... it good. So coove into the house-you oan get in by the gate up there-and I'll give you some milk and something to eat. Blackberrying is hungry work, and I don't like young folks to go short. All come; you can save the lunch he hasn't eaten for another ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... 'IlTere wee ocaM upon a time a little maiden Malled Babie. One fine autumn day she went out into a wood to gather nuts sadd blackberrie,. 6he liked being iu the shady wood, with its soft carpet of fallen leaves aind dark green moss, and its tail pine tres ...

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

... varied experiences will be eagerly read, Iand will, I trust, be as much enjoyed by the boys and girls as was the delicious blackberry jelly by [tunt Mary and myself. Ellen Vannia, October 17. Dear Uncle and Aunt Mary,-This lovely bright Ccvtber morning wings ...