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MAIDSTONE POLICE COURT

... Randall and Martin, the Golden Boot. GabrielVhill, on the inst. The boots were missed on the date named the manager to the prosecutors from the shop door. On the following day William was seen Sergt. Randall wearing the boots. When accused stealing them ...

THE STONE STREET WARD

... the Quarter William Lee. 40. MlßeaTare-atrect. Liverpool, was charged with stealing one pair ot boots, rained at lid, the property of Mr. Martin, Golden Boot, GatorielVnill, Maidntone. the 9th He wa« further charged with stealing a w*Girftcoat, valued l ...

TYPHOID FBVSR EPIDEMIC. Tb* committee elao reported thet they bed NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH

... one, did not give way under the unusual .dra As soou the party reached the ground. Hiss Coppin was hurried off to the ’’ Golden Boot, * a few doors below, and kindly attended to Mrs. Martin. In the meantime, bojrever. Mr. Martin had been busy helping Mrs ...

MAIDSTONE ft The Ret. J. J. Dcmbreljl.—The ftUv. J. J. Dumbr«U, curat® of Bt. Faith’s, who has won golden opinions

... Inhabitants.— The death of Mr Randall, senior partner in the well-known firm of F. W. Randall and Co., proprietors the Golden Boot, Gabriel’s Hill, occurred his residence. West Borough House, Tonbridge-road, on Wednesday, the advanced age of 74.—The death ...

MID KENT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL SHOW.—YESTERDAY The annual show of horses, cattle, sheep, etc., in ..

... stands on the ground, including Messrs Pine and Bona, corn merchants; Haynes Bros, ironmongers; Randall and Co., of the Golden Boot, Gabnel's- Hill, Maidstone : Mr F. J. Oliver, chemist, Ac. As before staled the show attracted large crowd spectators who ...

FE ORAMMAB SCHOOL FOB GIRLS

... —First piize, umbrella, value (Jd., preseated by the City Tailor, Gabriel's Hill ; seond prize, value ss, presented by Golden Boot : 1 J. Richardson, 2 T. Witts. GO yards Sunday school race.—First prize, book, presented by Mr F. Buuyard, Weok-stree. ; ...

MAIDSTONE

... meat, which they will offer at exceptionally low prices, while the clothiers and boot manufacturers’ establishments are also seasonably embellished. Mr Randall, the Golden Boot, Oabriel’s-hill, utilised the two noble windows in his establishment to make an ...

MAIDSTONE ft KENTISH JOURNAL MARCH 22. 1900

... Wickings, King-street, Maidstone; strnw, £1 per load, G. E. Day; leather, £4 It, J. Out ram, Seveooake; boots and shoes, JE37 Bs, and Co. (Golden Boot), QabrielVhill, Maidstone: drapery, £7S 14s Bd, and clothing, 2s fid, G. F. Baker, King-street. Maidstone; ...

committee’s report

... High-street 119 0 0 Mr Corke, Week-street . 96 0 0 Mr G. E. Wakefield 85 10 0 G. Baker. 16, Week-street . 85 0 0 Golden Boot . 62 0 0 Mr H. Taylor. Week-street . 65 0 0 Clarke and Co. 62 0 0 MrG. King 52 0 0 S. Britt, Week-street . 0 0 Mr ...

THE RAILWAY FACILITIES QUES- MAIDSTONE AND THE COAST

... biscuit box, piesented Mr R. P. Grant; sec md, match box, presented by Mr Croft, Week-street; third prize, presented the “ Golden Boot IW. H. Aekhurst, 2R. C. Blumberg, 3F. Giant. This was good race for the first place, Grant being good third. .Niue started ...

MAIDSTONE * KENTISH JOURNAL. JULY 18. 1891

... biscuit box, presented by Mr R. P. Grant; eeeond, match box, presented by Mr Croft, Week-street; third prize, presented the Golden Boot ** :-l H. Aeknurst, C. Blumberg, 3>F. Giant. This was good race fhr the first plaice, Grant being good third. Nine started ...