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Hawkes Bay Herald
New Zealand

4 October 1888

The Hon. Mr. Matthews has refused to offer a reward for the apprehension of the Whitechapel murderers. The public subscriptions have now reached 1000. The Telegraph, in an article on the subject, quotes the fate of the Kelly gang as showing the efficacy of offering rewards for the detection of crime.