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—B—Oft THE THAMES MYSTERY.

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âBâOft THE THAMES MYSTERY. The Central News says that a few days ago a stranger arrived at the village of Tipton St John, Devonshire, who gave the name of John Fairclough, and said he came from London. As the man closely answered the description of the paramour of Elizabeth Jackson, circulated by the metropolitan police, Sergeant Pope, of the Devonshire constabu- lary communicated with Scotland Yard, and Inspector Tunbridge, of the Criminal Investigation Department, proceeded on Friday to Tipton St John. Fairclough expressed himself as perfectly willing to proceed to London and to give any in- formation in his power. He stated that he became acquainted with Jackson last August, but he had heard nothing about her death. He voluntarily accompanied Inspector Tunbridge to London, and will give evidence at the adjourned inquest on Tuesday. There is no charge against Fairclough, and of course he is not in custody. It is not expected that he will be able to throw much light upon the mystery.

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