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July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
DOLLY AND DAISY.

DOLLY AND DAISY.

and Daisy were twins; but even twins quarrel sometimes, and one summer's day when they were having a picnic meadow, they got very crass about who ebould have the largest piece of cake. At last Daisy took the basket with both of cake, and ran sway as fast as she could. Dolly foll
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
"OCCUPY ITLL I CONE."

"OCCUPY ITLL I CONE."

I CONE." During . the interim of the Master's absence—in Heaven, waiting for Divine investiture with the govermuent of earth—he has einemitted to bin disciples. his servants. one pound each. lie has left them with full liberty to use their beet judf.rnest in his service. At his r
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
IS THERE A HELL?

IS THERE A HELL?

Do you believe in Eternal Torment? This is the question of the moment. and you ought tt be to give un intelligent reason for you' belief. "What ay the Scriptures about Hell?' I. the title of a pamphlet which examines every text in the Bible dealing with the subject —directly and
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
SOME USEFUL RECIPIIII.

SOME USEFUL RECIPIIII.

IihRIIIALIDC.—Ptek the stalls trait. weigh it. petft witb • and put it into • praaarring-paa. It It sainnior gently until the fruit ta quite lift out tiro aa to the sertale. and keep tie plums well Minna to tkcir burning. the pulp h a coarse sieve. witk it ilb. to one piet pulp.
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Unionists at WaVendon. COL. BERNARD AND THE IRISH QUESTION.

Unionists at WaVendon. COL. BERNARD AND THE IRISH QUESTION.

The annual summer fete of the Woburn Sands and Wavendon Unionist Association was held on Thursday. In the grounds adjoin. ing the Park of Wavendon Houss. by kind permission of Mr. F. Z. Hood and Mr. W. F. Sturges. The weather was not everything that could be desired, but in spit
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
NOTES ON NEWS.

NOTES ON NEWS.

There aro Mill one or two which women have not aa yet obtained a footing. There are no Wows,' women lawyers, and PoLica- are no women police. CO:WAILS& haps it may not be very long before there are both. An influentia/ deputation has waited upon the Under-Home &cretary to pr eas
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
IN WAR MR.

IN WAR MR.

"All fair in love and war." runs the old saying. and Mr. B. A. is his volume of reminiseeneee. "My Days of Adveuture,' proves the truth of it. Referring to the appearance of the railway station at Nantes during the Franco-German War, he says "Never since I men anything resemblin
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
VEGETABLES.

VEGETABLES.

Collection of vegetables kinds): I J. Day, 2, E. A. Leadbeater, 3J. T. Aria %Falwell), 4 A. Arnold (Nuneaton), 3 H. Turner. kinds: I D. Norman, 2 J. Sherrall (Islip), 3*G. Holland (Launton). Collection al whits potato..: I F. G. Kirk, 2 M. Westley (Buckingham), 3 A. E. Leadbeate
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LEIGHTON BUZZARD.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD.

KING MANUEL of Portugal and his Consort attended Mass at the Beaudesert Catholic Church on Sunday morning. The distinguished visitors had been staying with Lord Rosebery at Mentmore and their attendance was totally unexpected. LONGEVITY —A very old and respected resident passed
July 25, 1914 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England