To the nostrils, too, there floated with the thistledown, hints of bursting ripe fox-grapes and apples ready for the cider press.
Now, don't get in your mind no wrong apparitions of a office deputy doing sums in a book or mashing letters in a cider press.
We used a cider press for pressing out the juice, and a copper cauldron for boiling it.
In many places were piled up little mountains of apples, destined chiefly for the cider press.
The old Squire of the mill "Deestrict" had as many sweet, buzzing friends as any flower garden or cider press in Christendom.
Well, the old hand presses were made on the same principle as the cheese and the linen presses and the cider press.
Squeeze out the liquid part by degrees, by pressing them in a hair bag in a cider press.