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Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser
Dublin, Ireland
Thursday, 11th October 1888

THE WHITEHALL MYSTERY

London, Wednesday

It is expected further important evidence bearing on the Whitehall mystery will be given at the resumed inquest next week. The police are very active in the matter.

THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS

London, Wednesday Night

The Central News states that up to eleven o'clock to-night no further arrests were made in connection with the Whitechapel murders. A reporter who patrolled the East End districts this evening states that the popular excitement has already entirely subsided. More women have been on the streets than have been seen for weeks past, and there were no signs of special police precautions. It is understood, however, that the police have in no degree relaxed their vigilance and that the number of plain-clothes men and amateur patrols has not been reduced.