19 March 1892
Liverpool, March 18.
The funeral services over the remains of the victims of Deeming's fiendish murders were held today. At the grave the curate who conducted the religious exercises denounced the fiendish acts of Deeming in the most scathing terms, and alluded to the murderer as "the most inhuman monster who has ever breathed the air of heaven." An immense crowd of spectators showed their detestation of Deeming by loudly applauding these words.
The statement by Albert Deeming at the coroner's inquest today, to the effect that he saw the murders committed in a dream caused a great sensation. He also testified that just before the time of the murder his sister in law had a hundred pounds on her person.
Perth, Australia, March 18.
Deeming, the Liverpool murderer, was brought here today. A great crowd assembled at the station and a yelling, hooting mob followed the carriage to the jail. Deeming affirms his complete innocence of the crime and says that when the proper time comes he will be able to prove his innocence.