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Chapels.
Congregational (the Abbey)—Rev. Frederick Cornish, pastor.
Baptist (Bell Street)—Rev. James Smith, minister. Wesleyan (The Hundred)—Rev. S. Richards.
Primitive Methodist (The Hundred)—Minister, Rev. —. Squires. __
BANES.
Wilts and Dorset, the Hundred ; open, 10 till 4. Draw on London and Westminster Bank, London, W.C. C. N. Line, Manager,
Capital and Counties (Limited), late Hampshire and North Wilts, Market Place, near the Abbey; open, 10 till 4. Draw on head office, Threadneedle Street, London. E. T. T. Hellyer, Manager.
Bomsey Savings Bank. Secretary, F. L. Lordan.
Romsey Penny Bank, Town Hall.
Cheque Bank, Office, Market Place. W. Chignell.
NEWSPAPERS.
Romsey Chronicle. W. Chignell, Publisher. Market Place. Thursday.
Romsey Register. Mrs. Lordan, Publisher, Market Place. Every alternate Thursday only.
Railway Station, Station Road. Station Master, John Edward Hilditch.
SCHOOLS.
Harrage Hall College (Limited Company). Patroness, Lady Mount Temple. Principal and Head Mistress, Miss D'Esterre Hughes. Music, Dr. Arnold, of Winchester. Secretary, B. ChignelJ, Church Street.
Cherville College, Church Road. Principal, J. W. Ram-shaw, A C P. An excellent home and thorough education.
Osborne House School, Church Street. Conducted by Mr. Osborne and an efficient staff of teachers.
National School (Boys), Station Road. Master, S. F. Merrett.
National School (Girls), Churchyard. Mistress, Miss Croddard. Infants, Miss Chandler.
British Schools (Boys and Girls), Winchester Road. Master, Frederick John Thorp; Mistress, Miss Swinford.
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