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Irish Times
Dublin, Ireland
Thursday, 1 November 1888

THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS
THE FRUIT-SELLER AND THE SUPPOSED ASSASSIN
(BY TELEGRAPH)

LONDON, WEDNESDAY

Most of this article too badly damaged to be transcribed. It concludes:

Alarmed, he asked a shoeblack standing near to call the watchman. The man, however, then ran off and jumped on a passing tramcar, and Packer could not leave his stall to follow him. There have been renewed complaints to the police recently from women who have been accosted by a man resembling the description of the suspect.