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BLACKBERRIES FROM BRITTANY

... BLACKBERRIES FROM BRITTANY. the half-yearly meeting the other day of the Soutb-Weatero Railway Company, the chairma** mentioned that the imports of blackberries last autumn by way of St. Malo, showed falling off of 400 ton . This gi*ea some notion of ...

THE BLACKBERRY HARVEST

... their way home from the Board school, to make quite certain that no blackberry left behind which dost not require another day’s auo. The effect of moch competition is that the blackberries are mostly before they are ripe ; insomuch that the pale black coated ...

BLACKBERRIES AS A FARMER S CROP,

... BLACKBERRIES AS A FARMER S CROP, An auxiliary crop that is very valuable at this season is the common bramble the hedgerow, and it costs nothing to grow is one that the farmer never loses upon, no matter how adverse the season. It is, says ** Farm and ...

&ID CASE OF CHILE POISOJWfi. TIIK RESULT OF PROMISCUOUS Tl ' l OUTDOOR EATING. SCPPO»EPLT DUE TO “SoLANUM ..

... might produce the ssmptoma. The L,“.„w sa>d the chUd had gone out others Saturday afternoon, and bud eaten acorns and also blackberries. Acorns contained deal of tannic acid, and be thought that might hare prevented the poison taking effect till the next ...

HORTICULTUBAL DEPARTMENT. ANNUAL SHOW

... also noticeable a basket of choice fruit, entered Mr. R. K. Lempriere, appetising grapes, peaches, plums, figs, American blackberries, raspberries, and walnuts. In this room were also staged some very fine eggs, and the Jersey beverage—cider. Further on ...

NEWS IN BRiE*

... A sixpenny postal order was at once supplied. The average output of English wild blackberries is 10,000 tons, but this year it will be much more. Best grade blackberries are now realising 11a, a bushel wholesale, whereas cultivated plums the best sort ...

MICHAELMAS SUPERSTITIONS

... beliefs, and we must suppose that she was scarce in the old merry days. Then Michaelmas the devil puts his foot on the blackberries ” and great ill-luck was supposed to follow if any one ate the berries after Sept. 29th. There are many variants of this ...

SUNDAY FISBINO

... the enjoyment of incosent recreation on the Sunday. Is it not egregious absurdity that whereas I allowed by law to pluck a blackberry from the hedge, or the ear of corn from the field I debarred from taking from the rook a limpet or peri* winkle 1 Them ...

*T’ A little ammonia in tepid wafer will aoffe* and cl«ao€« the skin. Spirits of ammonia inhaled will often Mvere

... before putting in the stopp*/. The air w»U as effective the fire. Apples and blackberries when cooked should not be mixed, but arranged layers. For a tart put a layer blackberries on tbs bottom and then apples on the top. In tbie wap both kinds of fruit ...

NEWMABKET MEETING

... (Rickaby) and Worcester filfv (H Jones), dead heat for Ist place; Lord Cringle (Randall), 3 Also ran : Hard Tack (Madden) Blackberry (Higgs), Cradle Song filly (Martin), Little Wisdom lilly (Griggs', Kineton (A Saxby) Tide (K.Caonon). Eugenia colt (Maher) ...

THE OUKE OF CUMBERUNO AND THE PRUSSIAH CROWN

... to the Board in place of Dr. W Somerville, resigned. HOME HINTS. Blackberry jam U greatly iniprorad by addiug half a pound of peeled and cored aoor apples to erery pound of blackberries. Young fowls should have smooth skin and legs, pliable joints and ...