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Bury was home to about 16,000 people, and building continued to be needed to house them. A good builder might make £10 profit on a house sold for £100. Houses were largely built in pairs, or small terraces, like the pair of grandly named "villas" illustrated here in Hospital Road.The extra ornamental detailing probably indicated a higher priced dwelling than normal.When news reached home the streets were full of celebrating crowds in towns and cities all over the country.In Bury St Edmunds it was decided to celebrate the occasion along with the Queen's birthday on 24th May, and the Mayor had to quickly get arrangements made for a School holiday and a half day shop and business closure.He had been unable to raise more capital, and began to sell off the assets.
Water mills along the river were finding it hard to compete with newer steam driven roller mills.
Bury Market on Wednesday and Saturday were important days for country folk to come to town to sell or buy produce.
The White Lion was still an important Carriers' House in 1900, despite the decline of the Wagonners and Carters over the past 50 years since railways.
Its yard in Brentgovel Street still saw up to 16 wagons pull in from the villages on market day mornings.
The White Lion on the corner of Short Brackland was removed to make way for the Cornhill Walk shopping development. This very long established inn stood on the Cornhill at the top of St Johns Street.
Things had not being going well in South Africa since Mafeking had been under siege since 13th October 1899, the day after the independent Boer Republic declared war.