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In Glasgow, fruiterer Harry Angus, 55, said: "I will support any campaign to save Scots jobs.
I shifted from foot to foot as I asked them, somewhat sheepishly, if I might be losing my touch as a husband and a husbandman, as a fruiterer and a king.
A fruiterer by trade, became landlord of the Tredegar Arms in Bassaleg.
Ernest was a master fruiterer by trade who joined the Royal Warwickshire Regt in 1915 and survived the Great War.
John Hand, a 35-year-old cart-owner and fruiterer, was found hanging from his bedpost by two knotted handkerchiefs.
Town and Fartown both sent players to give exhibitions, Harry Howarth the fruiterer was the instigator and all proceeds went to improving the club.
Sir Terry Leahy in front of a Tesco store; Steve Radford, left , and Adrian Costain, right; Allerton Road fishmonger Brian Shrigley, fruiterer Carol Bilsborough, and butcher Martin Cotgrave, have seen trade hit by large supermarket chains; Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
The fruiterer from Callander got his chance yesterday after shelling out pounds 800 to Cash for Kids for the privilege of sitting beside our man Mark Guidi at Tynecastle.
I have memories of Tommy Kidd's horse and cart (General Carter), Raymond Easton Fruiterer and the 'United' bus canteen, the Farmers' Arms, together with interesting little independent businesses along Percy Street - remember Milburn's rollmop herrings and John Steel from The Animals with his 'boutique'?
Specked (bruised or damaged) fruit and tomatoes were bought from the greengrocer or fruiterer.
Wray Street: Brittania Foundry (also known as W Richards); Middlesbrough Co-op (grocery dept); Middlesbrough Co-op (coal order dept); A Dewan (cafe); J T Wears (hairdresser); Westo (fish and chips); Erimus Engines; R H Battersby (general stores), J R Bland (cycle dealer); B M Harrison (general stores), and North Ormesby Road Post Office (also fruiterer in same shop).
This week Bishop Auckland will again pay homage to Bob Hardisty, the Chester-le-Street-born son of a fruiterer.
Terence Patterson, 60, fruiterer, High Heaton: I think somebody needs to take responsibility for the club quickly.
Fruiterer Bridget O'Connell, who only recently took over the cafe business opposite her shop in Union Street, Wednesbury, said she had high hopes of winning the competition for the West Midlands' Supreme Sausage Sarnie.