Persistent identifier:
image: of 355
Southampton Borough Police.
Chief Constable—Mr. William Berry. Chief Inspector—Mr. Henry Burton.
Chief Clerk—Sergeant J. S. Elwell.
Inspectors—Messrs. A. W. Springer, and George Gough, Bargate Police Station ; Mr. G. J. Smith, St Mary's Police Station; Mr. William Goodacre, Portswood Police Station ; and Mr. C. Pack, Shirley Police Station.
Sergeants—13. Constables—95.
Hackney Carriage Inspector—Mr. W. Leeson, Bargate.
Detective Department—Mr. Inspector John W. Boggeln and four Constables.
Recorder—E. U. Bullen, Esq. Deputy Recorder—A. J. Lee, Esq,
Clerk of the Peace—Mr H. D. M. Page, Esq.
Clerk to the Magistrates—J. S. Eldridge Esq.
Quarter Sessions are held in the Guildhall, Bargate—Petty Sessions are held daily at 11 a.m.
Southampton County Court.
Offices—Court House, Castle Lane.
Office Hours, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ; on Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Judge—His Honour Percy M. Gye.
Registrar—John Daw, Esq. Chief Clerk—Mr. B. Edis.
Court Towns in this Circuit (No. 51) are Alton, Basingstoke, Bishop's Waltham, Newport, and Ryde (Isle of Wight), Petersfield, Portsmouth, Romsey, Southampton, Winchester, and Andover.
The District of Southampton Bankruptcy Court includes Lymington and all within that District; Bishop's Waltham and all within that District; Romsey and all within that District.
South Hants Steam Laundry Company, Ltd.
Works—Opposite the Deanery, Southampton.
Chairman—Mr. John Miller, J.P.
Directors—Dr. J. H. Aldridge, J.P., Messrs! C. B. Phippard, J.P., S. J. G. Jellicoe, and J. J, Burnett, J.P.
Secretary—Mr. F. J. Burnett, 2, High Street,.Southampton. Manageress—Mrs. Palmer.
Southampton Gas Light and Coke Company.
Incorporated 1848.
Works and Manager's Office—Marine Parade.
Chairman—R. C. Hankinson, Esq., J.P.
Directors—J. King Sampson, Esq., F.R.C.S., T. W. Trend, Esq., M.D., J.P., Captain A. J. Corse-Scott, J. C. Moberly, Esq., M.A., and A. W. Oke, Esq., B.A., LL.M.
Secretary—C. Crowther Smith, Esq., Ogle Road. Manager—Mr. S. W. Durkin. Collectors—Messrs. E. Bance, J. H. Acfield, and W. M. Olivers. Inspector—Mr. S. Sparkes, 2, Melbourne Street.
Facebook Twitter Stumbleupon Delicious Digg RSS