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"JACK THE RIPPER."

ALLEGED ARRIVAL IN SYDNEY.

[per press association.]

Sydney, July 31. Ten clays ago the Sydney police received a letter, signed "Jack the

Ripper," stating that he had arrived, and intended to commence operations m a certain street within a week. The writing when compared Avith facsimiles of the letters received by the London police showed a strong resemblance. The police and detectives were strengthened and kept on the alert. The affair, however, is believed to be a hoax. The police are reticent, and the Press is silent about the matter.

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Bibliographic details

"JACK THE RIPPER.", Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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"JACK THE RIPPER." Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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