I found this in an old newspaper report. The description is… interesting. I don’t know if she was found. Maybe she ran for the hills.
20 Jan 1900 Mysterious Disappearence of a Domestic Servant Northfleet Standard
"On Thursday week, about 2 o'clock, Mary Jane Leaman left her master's residence, The Briars, Longfield, Kent, for the purpose of shopping at Gravesend. She was afterwards heard of manking purchases in High Street of that town, about 4.30pm since which time no tidings of her whereabouts have been gleaned. Description: Hair, black and inclined to curl, not very long, small fringe; forehead, rather low with one or two lines across; eyebrows, black, rather close together and well marked; eyelashes, black and medium length; eyes, bright, rather small, hazel, with a touch of light brown; nose, small, short and inclined to turn up; lips, thin, rather pale, narrow, and not very curved; teeth, small; chin, small, rather prominent and denoting a strong will; complexion, rosy when in good health, mole on left side of face, a little below the mouth; ears, small and almost round; head altogether rather small and round, and face not fat; arms, strong looking, and not very long; hands, rather large, well formed, and showing signs of work; feet, rather large and long; inclinded to be stout; height 5ft 3ins; dressed when last seen: Hat, black straw, trimmed with white and black; jacket, brown, with rather large sleeves, big buttons and pockets; bodice and skirt, black, bodice trimmed with jet; gloves, probably brown or black kid, brown fur with tails round neck; brooch, small gold saftey pin with heart set with sparks; rings (1) plain gold band, set with 3 to 5 medium sized diamonds; (2) imitation ruby ring; watch, small, silver, with a short fancy chain and small gold padlock; handbag, small, brown and probably containing a small dark blue or black purse; basket, fancy rush, light fawn, with 2 handles. The police at Dartford, Longfield and Gravesend are investigating the matter and are desirous of tracing and finding her, and any reasonable expenses will be defrayed by her master on receipt of information proving her present whereabouts."