61 Smithford Street

61 Smithford Street


January – Wanted an assistant and apprentice to the general drapery, Hosier, Haberdasher, Silk Mercer – Apply to w. Graves 61 Smithford Street


October – Boots and Shoes – Cash & Co. The celebrated Boot Manufactures having opened the premises 61 Smithford Street (Corner of Market-Street are now selling ladies’, Gents’, and Children’s Boots and Shoes. In all the newest styles at prices unequaled and in quality unsurpassed. Buy from the manufacturers and save dealers’ profits. Repairs neat, cheap, and prompt. Note the Address 61 Smithford Street – manager Mr Horace Goodwin. 


April – The alleged extensive robberies and recovery of stolen property. At the city police court on Saturday, before J Marriott T Berry and R A Dalton, Esquire Thomas Troop keeper of the Wheat Sheaf Inn West Orchard was charged on remand with stealing on the 4th January 1888 from 61 Smithford Street – Three pairs of boots value 19s 7d. The goods of Messrs Cash and Co. boot manufacturer 


September – Two pairs of boots were missing from the shop of Messrs Cash and Co, 61 Smithford Street on Monday and they were subsequently traced to the possession of Mary Ann Clarke, a domestic servant in the employ of the manager. Giving evidence, Mrs Jenkins, the wife of the manager, said that the girl was leaving and the boots were found in a bundle she had made up. When the prisoner was charged by Police constable Hands she admitted having taken one pair on Saturday and one pair on Sunday. It appeared that the girls parents were dead and that she had no friends. The Chief Constable added that another charge of stealing a silk cap belonging to Mrs Jenkins might be preferred against her. It was evident the magistrates were unwilling to commit her to prison and they ordered that she should come up for judgment when called upon. The police to see what could be done for her. 


December – George Erhart, baker, no settled abode, was charged with having stolen a pair of boots valued at 6s 11d the property of Messrs Cash and Co 61 Smithford Street.


February – If you have not seen our windows do so at once! We have a big variety of up to date Boots and Shoes our famous 10’6 boots for gentlemen are a treat of comfort. Cash and Co, the boot kings. 61 Smithford Street and 28 Market Street. G.E. Copp – Manager. 


October – Cash & Co’s premises is now complete – See our six windows showing the world’s finest footwear 


August –First on the field in our football boots – are sure to score for the city. See windows for Top-hole value Cash & Co 61 Smithford Street.


December – For causing lights to be displayed at their premises during blackout hours – Marie Thomsett 61 Smithford Street (in respect of a shop stockroom fiend 10s. 


July – For causing lights to be displayed at their premises during blackout hours – Veronica Ralph 61 Smithford Street fined £3.