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EMMA'S BLACKBERRYING

... EMMA'S BLACKBERRYING. WHAT a mellow, golden August day it was! Just ouch an one as makes us involuntarily step aside from crushing the worm in our path—life, even worm-life is so beautiful! Just such a day as seems to have wandered away from our cold ...

Published: Thursday 26 August 1869
Newspaper: Tenby Observer
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1033 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

1Y OBSERVER-THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1869

... by its brow' black ribbon, that all the family—servants iii.llu4ive—had gone some half dozen miles out of the place on a blackberry excursion, and had installed him—who couldn't possibly be coaxed to accompany them—as housekeeper. He had run away from ...

Published: Thursday 26 August 1869
Newspaper: Tenby Observer
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2430 | Page: 10, 11 | Tags: none

E A V E R F 0 R D W E S T M A B K E T

... getting Joli-n Davies to make an engagement to go with me in the afternoon to the l)uffryn-wood«fnr the purpose of picking up blackberries, at one o'clock I went toborrowthchatchct 1 carrieJ it to the blacksmith's shop and hi(1 it outside under a bush, where ...

Published: Wednesday 18 April 1866
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 3005 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

CARDI GAN SIIIRE

... and unfortunately fatal accident occurred last week at Cwm, near Pembrey. It appears that several children were gathering blackberries in the neighbouring- fields, and in their charge was an infant child (the daughter of Rowland Williams, of Cwm), whom they ...

Published: Wednesday 24 September 1862
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 401 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

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... of the melancholy accident. The boy stated that as they were walking along the hedge, the deceased attempted to reach a blackberry with the butt end of the gun, having the muzzle towards his chest, and that before he could caution him as to the danger ...

Published: Wednesday 21 August 1861
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 357 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

TENBY LAWN TENNIS CLUB

... more pleasant and safe than blue el. The juice should be used alone, rejecting the skins. The small-seeded fruits, such as blackberries, figs, raspberries, currants, and strawberries, may be classed among the best foods and medicines. The sugar in them is ...

Published: Thursday 23 June 1887
Newspaper: Tenby Observer
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1050 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

LOCAL AND OTHER NOTES

... at Pembroke-Dock last night in the Market Hall, where M P.'s and other notabilities, great and small, were as thick as blackberries in autumn. I journeyed from Tenby to look on and enjoy the fun, and I must say it was a very enjoyable affair indeed. By ...

Published: Thursday 26 January 1888
Newspaper: Tenby Observer
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1080 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

TENBY

... being Mayor at tne time. It is curious to remark that the surnames of Thomas, Davies, and Smith (names now as thick as blackberries in September) only occur in the list once each. While we find others certainly uncommon at all events in the town of Tenby ...

Published: Wednesday 13 February 1861
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1440 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

MILFORDT

... land of N. Roach, Rsq, Paskeston, on the 30th ult. John Corain, coachman to Mr Roch, said he was driving the carriage down Blackberry-lane, with another servant by his side; saw two men catching rabbits; they had a lurcher dog with them when they saw me ...

Published: Wednesday 18 November 1863
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 2016 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

CORRESPONDENCE

... wit of your readers in supposing they will so hastily jump to a conclusion when the facts and proofs are plentiful as blackberries in autumn. Now for • few false assertions: (ii), That I had to ransack history to an extent, &e. How does the doctor ...

Published: Thursday 08 March 1888
Newspaper: Tenby Observer
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 3089 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

THE CHELTENHAM ELECTION MURDER

... found lying close to it. She was yet alive, but quite insensible, and must have bled a good deal. In her pocket were some blackberries, two onions, and 2s. 8d, in silver and copper, but nothing to lead to her identity. She was fetched out on a lorrie and ...

Published: Wednesday 23 August 1865
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 4624 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

L 0 0 A L I NT EL L I G E N C E

... mortal power, braved aiL, In Corp wall having nothing to eat, (hijs follpwets are better behaved now) he thanked God that Blackberries were plentiful.' While in Staffordshire he I subdued a prizefighter and wnlking home with him; parted at the door in inutoh ...

Published: Wednesday 29 March 1865
Newspaper: Potter's Electric News
County: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 5726 | Page: 4 | Tags: News