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Default Murder in Bradford, 1888

On the casebook site, the 'Steubenville Daily Herald' of course mentions the tragic case of John Gill but also mentions:

Scarcely had the people began to recover from the shock of the first murder than they were horrified by the report of another boy murder. The body of the second boy, whish is just as horrible mutilated, has been found at Kilwich, near Keighley. There is absolutely no clew to the murderer in either case, though he is thought to have been the same man in each case.

Can anyone find any information about the second murder?
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