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Brooklyn Daily Eagle
New York, USA
27 October 1890

This morning's prayers extol the activity of the South Hempstead ( sic) police and detectives in the progress they have made in the directions of conclusively proving the identity of the murderer of Mrs. Hobbs, and compare their efforts with those of the police of the Whitechapel district in their search for Jack the Ripper, to the disparagement and ridicule of the latter guardians of the peace and security of the public.