The Times (London).
21 July 1909
At Old street, before Mr. Cluer, Harold Hall, 32, was charged on his own confession at Bristol with the wilful murder of Kitty Roman, a flower seller, at Miller's court, Whitechapel.
The circumstances of the confession at Bristol were reported in The Times of yesterday.
Detective Inspector Wensley stated that on Monday he went to the Central Police Office at Bristol, where the prisoner was detained. On his charging the prisoner, he replied, "Yes, I did it: I intended when I came here to act like a man and I mean to see it through." Mr. Cluer directed a demand.