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THE LAST WHITECHAPEL HORROR.

l'Bv Kr.KOTB'o Tklkoraph.—Copybioht.l [Special to Press Association.J LONDON, September 10. (Received September 11, IBS 9, at 8 p.m.) The last of the Whitechapel murders occurred in Black Church Lane. In ferocity and brutality it excels all previous ones. The details are similar to thoso of the previous crimes in the same neighborhood. The murder was discovered at five o'clock. The body was dissected with surgical accuracy. The victim, who us usual was a woman of the vagrant class, was about thirty years of age. The body has not been identitied. The police had been withdrawn from the locality owing to the strikes. The murderer has not been detected. [Per Press Association.] LONDON, September 11. (Received September 12, 1889, at 1.30 a.m.) The murder in Black Church Lane resembles the Whitehall and Battersea tragedies, and is not like the work of " Jack the Ripper." The head and logs are missing.

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THE LAST WHITECHAPEL HORROR., Evening Star, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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THE LAST WHITECHAPEL HORROR. Evening Star, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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