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POETRY

... a lift from the bull there. 'Tis delightful to range the woods when they change, And the nuts get riper and riper, And blackberries sweet invite you to eat, -If you don't get a bite from a viper. It's charming to float with the tide, in your boat, When ...

HARVEST FESTIVAL ST. PAUL'S BEDMINSTER

... small gothic arches constructed with moss and white dahlias, and at regular distances hung small fancy baskets filled with blackberries. Above this design there was a floral cross, and the front portion of the structure was embellished with several bouquets ...

FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER

... e ornanment le added at the waist, or towards one shoulder; the greatest novelty In this way, how. ever, 1s a hunch of blackberries, walnuts, chestnuts, or rome olter autumn or winter fruit, Imitated in plash or velvet. For more ?? toiettes satin and ...

PRINCE'S THEATRE

... performers after each act. Everyone who goes to the theatre for ia hearty laugh should see '-Turned Up. lb is preceded by Blackberries,' by the samam author, who calls it a comedy-drama, though itis rather a comedietta. It is specially-designed to show off ...

Our Library Table

... caiusd even a momentary surprise, Even more El numerous than the flowers were the berries-scarlet hips le] and lusciotts blackberries, the crimson and orsuge fruit of e the lbrsonyi and millions of eloos with -their delicate puretle bloom. The bedgerows ...

Theatrical Mems

... ct up ?? and Faces. for the remainder of her. C Airey Annie Was played for the last time last S ightl and to-night Blackberries is to be revived, el It is now stated that the London production of G Iepita will be at the Gaiety in October. R 11 ...

LITERATURE

... around them, like well-drilled rows of charity cbildren out for a holiday walk; sud the grapes too, meorb plentiful than blackberries, hawked ia tbe streets and. old by the cwt. at a less' price than soap or sugar; not to mention peaches plucked for the ...

ALVESTON HORTICULTURAL SHOW

... Hadley, Dresseeadollarlst, r HKnid st; 2nd MisKnapp; Brd, Mrs W Thomas, Deado (for children ne 12),415t, 'Miss Statch. bon'. Blackberries-Int. 0 Alway,- . onfeolionery-lot. Miss Collies. Extra prlzes.-Melon-lst, Mabel Elaon, Gourd-let, s. Wilkins, Rhubarb- ...

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CITY GATE

... a field, with lovely green grass, dotted with the i brightest and most beautiful flowers, and studded with hawthorn and blackberry bushes, in which the birds gaily carolled from early morning to dewy eve. The only birds now in the neighbourhood are s ...

Theatrical Mems

... Willie Edouin's new venture at the Comedy Theatre of than attended his management of the Novelty. On us Saturday night Blackberries roved remarkable for little more than providing Diss Alice Atherton with one of those parts which suit her, and in which ...

A TOUR TO GUERNSEY AND THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION

... sea; but, though iso-I lated, the gardeners are well defended; each man isa soldier, and batteries are as plentiful as blackberries. Au I Bud how loyal are these gardeners; in each drop of their blood is refleeted the image of our good and gracious Queen ...

FINE ARTS ACADEMY

... by three pieces of uniform excellence- -he old Beach Path (218), B igging the Cutter, (267), and 1The Last of the Blackberries (296) ; and a couple Of 10erit from the brush of Newton Bennett are 1A Berkshire Village Scene, (261) and Windsor In ...