19 November 1888
The police authorities have received information to the effect that the Whitechapel murderer is supposed to travel up from Manchester, Birmingham, or some other town in the Midlands. Detectives have, accordingly, been engaged at Willesden and Euston, watching the arrival of the trains from the North and looking for any suspicious passenger; but their efforts up to present have not met with success.
The funeral of the woman Kelly has once more been postponed. The deceased was a Roman Catholic, and Barnett, with whom she lived, and her landlord, Mr M'Carthy, desired to see her remains interred with the ritual of her Church. The funeral will therefore take place tomorrow in the Roman Catholic cemetery at Leytonstone. The hearse will leave the Shoreditch mortuary at half-past twelve.