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THE DANGERS OF BLACKBERRYING

... THE DANGERS OF BLACKBERRYING. The Chester Coroner has inve»tigat*-d curious of poisoning an inquest on John Lloyd Maxwell, son of Colour-sergeant Maxwell, Cheshire Regiment. The boy went blackbei rying Sunday with his two brothers, and Monday the three ...

MUSHROOMS AND BLACKBERRIES

... MUSHROOMS AND BLACKBERRIES. A IN Kl,\M» Fjnploymmt i ...

Published: Saturday 16 September 1899
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 152 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRIES

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Published: Wednesday 09 October 1895
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 119 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

The Duke of Portland was 37 years of age yesterday. Ripe blackberries were picked at Beckenham on Boxing Day. The

... The Duke of Portland was 37 years of age yesterday. Ripe blackberries were picked at Beckenham on Boxing Day. The depth of snow on the summit of Ben Nevis is 25 inches. Mr. John Redmond, M.P., is homeward bound from South Africa. ballot is being taken ...

Published: Saturday 29 December 1894
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 387 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

marine guard to be established in South Africa. Blackberries are being plucked in North Cornwall. American* ..

... marine guard to be established in South Africa. Blackberries are being plucked in North Cornwall. American* linen becomes quite fluorescent the Rontgen rays. According the Saturday Review, persiflage is Mr. Balfour's strong point. There were 4.'5 new ...

Published: Saturday 26 February 1898
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 206 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HINTS FOR THE HOME

... in'bags to prevent contact with the' furs, as they invariably leave spots on darkcoloured skins SOME WAYS OF USING BLACKBERRIES. Blackberry Tabts.—Line some round, deep patty-pans with good short crust, made rubbing Half a pound of butter into a pound of ...

Published: Saturday 27 November 1897
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1531 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE LADIES' COLUMN

... ma y come fresher later on, when other materials are not suitable. We shall soon be having the blackberry season with us now, so think a receipt for blackberry wine may be found useful by some of our country readers. In London we pay sixpence and fourpence ...

Published: Saturday 23 August 1890
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article Illustrated | Words: 1051 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

JACKDAW, THE BRAMBLE A PAPER FOR THE SEASON

... leaves. The bramble « a very free bearer; hence the common saying. Plentiful as blackberries:” hence, ton. allusion, when makes FalutafT ray; •• reasons were plentiful blackberries, I would give no man rearon compulsion.” An amusing legend accounts for the ...

Published: Saturday 18 September 1897
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1099 | Page: 17 | Tags: none

HINTS FOR THE HOME

... JAMS. Blackberry Jam.—Pick the blackberries over very carefully, removing all that are red and hard, and any little leaves and stalks. Have read} - pared, cored, and sliced about half the weight of good cooking apples that there is of blackberries. Rinse ...

Published: Saturday 26 September 1896
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1628 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

HINTS FOR THE HOME

... which is quite an ideal colour for sbadh'i either gas or lamp light, TO PRESSBVB BLACK.BERK IRS. Blackberry jam: Crush a quart of f 1 ripened blackberries with lib. of finely pou»° e . cane loaf sugar, put it in a preserving pan, » n let it simmer over ...

Published: Saturday 21 September 1895
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1600 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

SCARBOROUGH MEETING

... 10 1 each Blackberry and Florence John. After one fail-ire Star-trap on the outside jumped off in front, and cros.ed the tails, being fol!->we ...

DISTRESSING ACCIDENT NEAR LEEDS

... The occurrence was followed by heav3' downpour of rain. FATAL BLACKBERRYING. On Tuesday night a little girl, named Elizabeth Baker, was. along with number of others, gathering blackberries in a disused stone quarry Turton, near Bolton, when a landslip ...

Published: Thursday 20 August 1896
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 959 | Page: 3 | Tags: none