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BANK NOTES CASE.

SUIT FOR RECOVERY.

A WOMAN IN THE CASE.

(Per Press Association —Copyright.) (Received February 28, 1.55 p.m.) LONDON, February 27. In the King's Bench division the Commercial Bank of Australia is sum" Cora Minnet (alias Bella Hawker) and Herbert Cawell (alias Herbert Hawker) to recover £2600 which Robson (the bank's teller, who recently was convicted of embezzling £5000 of the bank's money) wrongfully delivered to the defendants, , ! The bank's counsel stated that the 1 lady's name was really Minnie >Braggett. The bank was robbed by Robson, who handed the notes to the lady., The latter admitted the facts, but' thought the money was Robson's own. The male defendant disclaimed knowledge. ".','. ■ ■ • ■

The case was adjourned

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BANK NOTES CASE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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BANK NOTES CASE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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