Mr. Holloran is suffering from a bad cold. He takes his tonic and soaks his weary feet. Minnie, the cat, peeps out from her favourite hiding place.
Mr. and Mrs. Holloran live above their tea shop. Here Mrs. Holloran takes a well deserved nap after a long day baking. She warms her toes at the stove.
“Please get some fresh scones for her ladyship”.
Granny Tinione and her granddaughter Olivia enjoy a most delicious tea.
Mrs. Frederick is getting ready to make yet another fish pie but first she needs to tend to her husband’s very muddy boots.
Young Ted stocks the ice box with some just caught fish. Variety is great here: mullet to mussels, plaice to octopus. Even the shop’s cat has the best to eat!
Frederick & Sons Fishmongers have the freshest fish and seafood in Smallsea. It is located just on the Smallsea River’s left bank.
The Flying Inn is Harbour Wynd’s pub and gathering place for sailors, fishermen and brewery workers. Fights are common and a delight to onlookers.
James Flammer is working on a chair. It is part of a whole room of furniture for a client’s parlour.
Mrs. Tinley orders a nice plump hen from Anthony Bruno. The selection at Bruno Brothers is extensive.
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