THE SPORTSMAN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1890

... is dangerously ill of typhoid lever in the Bellevue Hcapital, .Sew York. THE LOOKER OH. Bald-hkadkd men are as common blackberries. end it will not long before baldheaded women ere equally plentiful. So, it any rate, says thinking men,” whose views to ...

Published: Wednesday 01 January 1890
Newspaper: The Sportsman
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 6703 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

EXTRACTS FROM THE WORLD

... women's education owes its existence, and now that Girton is an accomplished fact, and women wranglers are as common as blackberries, is but fair to Lady Stanley to acknowledge what she has done. All her children were with her in London on her birthday ...

OUR LIBRARY TABLE. HARK.” In hashed, solemn tone, with bowed head, flfei dasped hands, she put her final question :

... cannot sin ! Con e. my child, I said, trying to lead her away. Wirh good-bye to the i»oor hare, and come and look for blackberries. “Good bye, poor hare! Sylvie obediently repeated, looking over her shoulder at it as we turned away. And then, all in ...

EDDOWES’S SHREWSBURY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1890

... Lady Violet was frequent visitor at the invalid’s house, and little Una and her grandfather became great friends, going blackberrying excursions and fern exploring. He would have taken them straight off to the hall, but Violet knew better. Lenorc is not ...

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... animals that cannot tin ' Come, child,” I said, trying to lead her away. “Wish good-bye the poor hare, and come and look for blackberries.” Good-bye, poor hare! Sylvie obediently repeated, looking over her shoulder it as we turned away. And then, all in moment ...

Published: Wednesday 01 January 1890
Newspaper: Eastern Daily Press
County: Norfolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 1912 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

THE TAILOR AND THE COOK

... all Juii.itban's accumulation of capital advantage that electric battern-s are not required. •Ucndera. But, of course, the blackberry's eca- For communication between the different depart•on just now. ments of great factory, or between railway stations I ...

TRUKO. I

... are so many poor per- sons, chiefly aged and destitute widows, as can be found in Gwennap. Bazaars are as plentiful as blackberries. It is not at all difficult to remember when a bazaar was a rare bird ; showing itself on unusual •ccasions only. Its existence ...

Published: Thursday 02 January 1890
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 10532 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

While having stroll in the vicinity of Casfle-.m-dinas this Christmastide Mr R. I. Angwin, son Mr R. C. Ar.gwin ..

... m-dinas this Christmastide Mr R. I. Angwin, son Mr R. C. Ar.gwin, statuary-mason, picked a fail-sized and wjll-flavoured blackberry. hear that the old - established business o- Me.-:srs T. ami Sou 3, timber, iron, and siate-merchants, &c, Penzance. ut ...

Published: Thursday 02 January 1890
Newspaper: Cornishman
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 125 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

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... Pendarves, last week gathered Buf ficient blackberries to add a tart to his Christma 8 table. Buttercups, primroses, and dandelion 8 are also plentiful in the sheltered valleys of Pen darves. Ripe blackberries were picked at Lis keard on Saturday. A ...

Published: Thursday 02 January 1890
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 872 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BUNTINGFORD

... chair ; Song. •• Queen of my heart/* Mr. Worrall; Comic Song, Uncle Ben and ole Aunt Sail/’ Mr. B. Thody: Humorous Sketch, Blackberrying.” Messrs. E. Thody and C. Miles; Song. •* Australia/* Mr. Lodge; Song, Miller and the Maid,” Miss Sharp; Comic Song, Ten ...

THB COMIC ALMAKACKB. (From “PnwcA”) LAV TBH cnANXBL VASSAnI ‘ALT. Ho I Yeho, Boys! Yefao! I’m craven, Whrt yon set

... before be could close bis optics for the night.” It was toe time of nutting, and she touched with her tip-tilted the dewy blackberry blossom. And they said, “ What pretty scene, what grace, what simple loveliness,” and then the queer nut-beetle scratched ...

Published: Friday 03 January 1890
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1497 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

A committee, consisting of the Chessman, Messrs. Young, Tubb, And Wells, waa aptointed to fiwilre into the ..

... writes to Pantile to come into the next room and hear an explanation of the incomprehensible transmogrification. Mr. Blackberry Thistletop, of Thistletop Farm, whose yokel mannerisms are irrepressible, even at a dinner party, complicates the plot further ...

Published: Friday 03 January 1890
Newspaper: Berks and Oxon Advertiser
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2128 | Page: 8 | Tags: none