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new fruits:

... in the awkwardly named raspberry-cum-blackberry originated near Manchester. But these rivals have diversities of excellence, because the English fruit is a hybrid between the raspberry and the British blackberry, while one of the parents of the Logan ...

Advertisements & Notices

... curdling type, in which nianodecs, abductions, the blowing up of ships, and fearful wildfowl of that kind are as plentiful as blackberries. The protagonists are, of course, virtuous Americans, as opposed to vicious Spaniards, and we scon come to oerr Cuba and ...

Published: Saturday 14 April 1900
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 4619 | Page: 3 | Tags: Advertisements & Notices 

THE WINDMILL

... arms spectral against the deepening blue. Being so near I had not the heart to turn back. The hill was rough—a tangle of blackberry vines; here and there little paths started, only to end in nothing. After two or three false attempts I gave up the paths ...

Advertisements & Notices

... Entire Production a Tremendous Success. Catchy Music, Iretty Dances, Powerful Story. Vacant Date, Aug. 27th. Is' Wires, Blackberry, London. th Letters, Et-ni -, 4, Arundel-place, llay market, S.W. MR CHARLES WARNER'S DRINK COMP'ANY. -W ANTED, Dates ...

Published: Saturday 11 August 1900
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 5386 | Page: 25 | Tags: Advertisements & Notices 

Advertisements & Notices

... pronounce Entire Production a Tremendous Success. Catchy Music, Pretty Dances, Powerful Story. Vacant Date, Aug. 27th. Wires, Blackberry, London. Letters, Esouix, 4, Arundel-place, Haymarket, S.W. MR CHARLES WARNER'S DRINK COMPANIY. W ANTED, Dates, October ...

Published: Saturday 11 August 1900
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 4711 | Page: 25 | Tags: Advertisements & Notices 

Occasional Notes

... the hill The sheep are still. A robin sings in the hawthorn that leans so low, Bowed by the weight of its haws, and the blackberries show Delicate blossom, and fruit that'deepens from red Into the perfect black, and the» deep-thorned branches spread Traps ...

THE PROMENADE CONCERTS

... pom-poms. In a word, Wagner, from the concert po of view, has been very, much overdone; and Wagner night is now common autumn blackberry. For some time to come the prune manager of concerts will need use his Wagner very judiciously, a cook with the use of ...

IF ALL MALL GAZETTE

... everything ; the backward glance, in most cases, weakness and folly. A few blackberries still linger, but they are flavourless without the witchery of the sun. No blackberry should be eaten until the sun has warmed it; then only you have the true flavour ...