The North Bucks Record of 1910
Records in this Group
The front of the bound book of issues of the North Bucks Record. It bears the name of Ted Holderness, who gave the item to Colin Brown.
Adverts, including Cutler’s Stores for grocery & provisions. Also Forthcoming Events (mostly church services)
National Union of Teachers’ President at Bletchley Park – a report of the AGM of the Bucks County Teachers’ Association.
Reports on Railway Ambulance Classes at Bletchley, and Primrose League Fete at Fenny Stratford.
Adverts, including for the Co-operative Society. Brief reports on Dust and Tar, Early Closing, and Free Speech.
Announcement of the Liberal Demonstration, an annual holiday, to be held on Thursday 7th July. Shops will close early.
Fenny Stratford Urban District Council meeting: various topics including small-pox hospital, finance, new waterworks, and tar-painting.
Full-page announcement of the Grand Liberal Demonstration to be held on 7th July.
Cricket Chat. Women’s Liberal Association formed at Fenny Stratford
Adverts, including A. Benford (family butcher). Also Forthcoming Events (mostly church services)
Temperance Hall Flower Services (report on this annual festival)
The Editor’s Table: Sarah Bristow’s Charity, and Brewing and Unemployment
Adverts, including for Fred Ellerton’s Great Clearance Sale
Reports of “A Miracle” (a six year old boy was knocked down by a motor but escaped injury except for a bruised arm), and “Cycle Collision” (two cyclists collided at the junction of Park Street with Bletchley Road, and both escaped injury in a miraculous manner, although one front wheel was smashed beyond repair)
Long detailed report on the Liberal Demonstration in Bletchley Park.
Long detailed report on the Liberal Demonstration in Bletchley Park (continued).
Adverts, including Stevens’ Bread. Also Forthcoming Events (mostly church services)
Report on the Sale of Work at St Mary’s Church followed by a whist drive and dancing to the Station Band. A cricket match was played in aid of the local hospital Fund. Postal Information (delivery times, latest posting times, prices)
The Editor’s Table: Liquor and Unemployment. Garden Gossip: gardening advice on various flowers, fruits and vegetables.
Adverts, including for Grimsby Fresh Fish Supply Co.
Reports on meeting of the Good Templars, the 102nd anniversary of the Baptist Church Sunday School, and a visit of the Luton II Band of the Salvation Army (with a “musical tornado”).
Fenny District Urban Council discussed watering the main roads, water supply to Walton Hall, the Recreation Ground and Free Speech, new waterworks, and Drains.
Fenny Stratford Petty Sessions: a railway fireman was tried for stealing a pair of field glasses (worth £12. 12s) from a railway carriage. The Bench decided that the man (of previous good character) be dealt with under the First Offenders Act.