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634 hythe.
neighbourhood of southampton—1920,

above high water mark, constructed, in 1879 and steamboats ply to and fro nearly every hour. The place is supplied with water by the Southampton Water Company Here is a police station, where petty sessions are held the last Thursday in the mont (Charles C. Dominy, clerk. 20 Portia nc street, Southampton). The church, dedi cated to St. John the Baptist, erected in 1374, at a cost of ^4,500 and bearing the date of register 1823, is a neat edifice bui of red brick, with Bath stone dressings, in the Early English style,consisting of chance" nave of four bays, north aisle, west porch and a bell-cot at the east end ; the organ was presented in 1897 by the late J. B Fleuret esq. : the church will seat about 500 persons. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value ^200, in the gift of the rector of Fawley, and held since 1912 by the Rev Francis Edward Yarborough Hooke m.a. Keble College, Oxford. Here is a Congre gational chapel, seating 160, and a parish room capable of seating 200 persons. The Hythe Yacht Club was established in January 1894: the club house, at the end of the pier, is admirably placed for observing the-' races, and was extensively altered and enlarged at the "close of 1894. Races are held periodically during the summer months the club burgee is blue, with a red sal tire there are now 120 members, and the tota tonnage of yachts is about 1.^500 tons. The - Oddfellows' Hall was built in 1884, at a cost of ^650, and will seat 350 persons Ma Id win Drummond esq. J. p. Cadlanc house, Fawley, is lord of the manor anc chief landowner. The soil is light sand subsoil, gravel. The chief crops are wheat, barley and. oats, also much pasturage. The area is 600 acres ; rateable value, including Dibden, ^9,417. Population in 1911 was 800 Lastgdowkt is a hamlet, 1 mile south-west, in Dibden parish.
jttstices of the peace fob the county.
New Forest Division.
Hythe Sub-Division.
^Montagu of Beaulieu, Right Hon. Lord d. l.
Palace house, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst Hobart Sir Robert Henry bart. k.c.v.o., c.b., ll.b. Langdown,Hythe,Southampton Ewart Major-Gen. Sir Henry Peter bart.
g.c.v.o., k.c.b. The White house, Hythe Cameron David esq. Bakers hill, Hythe,
Southampton Crofton Lieut.-Col. Sir Morgan George bart.
Woodside lo. Marchwood, Southampton Drummond Maid win, Cadland ho. Fawley
Gethin Major Sir Richard C. P. bart. The
Grove, Hythe Hobart Lt.-Col Claud Vere Cavendish d.s. o., d.i..' West Cliff hall, Hythe, Southampton Turner-Turne'rJohn EdmundUnett Phillipsou esq Abbey Spring, Beaulieu, Southampton Warry Cleophas esq. Devonshire house,
Butts Ash, Hythe, Southampton The chairman, for the time being, of the New Forest Rural District Council is ex-officio magistrate
Marked thus * usually acts as chairman of Petty Sessions.
Clerk to the Justices, Charles Cecil Dominy, 20 Portland street, Southampton
Petty Sessions are held at the Police station, Hythe, on the last thursday in the month at 10.30 a.m The following places are included in Hythe Sub-division Fawley, Hythe, BeauJien, March wood, Dibden, Exbury & Lepe Relieving & Vaccination Officer No. 3 district & Registrar of Births & Deaths, Fawley sub-district, New Forest union, George Aish Brine, Trent villa Medical Officer & Public Vaccinator No. 3 Fawley district, New Forest union, Gerald Alfred Child, m.r.c.s., t-.r.c.p Clerk to Hythe Sub-Committee of the Co. of Southampton Local Pension Committee, Charles Cecil Dominy,'20 Portland street, Southampton Veterinary Inspector under the " Diseases of Animals Acts " for Hythe district, Joseph Andrew Lipscombe m.r.c.v.s. 2 College terrace, Avenue, Southampton County Police Station, Sergeant George
Paice & 1 constable Oddfellows' Hall, Norman Guy, sec Jythe Pier, James Percy, lessee ; G. Roberts, collector. Steamboats ply to & fro every hour
?ost, Money Order, Telegraph, Savings Bank & Parcels Post Office & Public Telephone call office—Mrs. A. J. Vincent, post master. Letters arrive through Southampton. Parcels post, same time as letters ; jEtter Boxes.—Piergate; Forest lodge & New road
Council School, erected in 1898 for 260 children, including 100 infants; G. Viney, master
lere are branches of Messrs. Lloyds Bank Limited & the Wilts & Dorset Banking Co. Limited, both of which are open on tuesday & thursday from 11.30 a.m. to 2 p.m. also the National Provincial & Union Bank of England Limited have a branch here which opens Wednesday & friday
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