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A DEFAULTING CASHIER.

STEALS J27400.

Syndky, December 17

Walter Robson, who was for many years cashier at the London office of the Commercial Bank of Australia, bas been charged with stealing £7000 in bank notes, the property of the Bank. The prosecution stated that the defalcation totalled £7400, of which £270 bad been returned, and more might possibly be recovered. At the police court evidence was given that Robson, the defaulting cashier of the Commercial Bank of Australia, persuaded Wallace, the manager, to sign a cheque for £7000 on the plea that it was rfquired to pay with rtrawals by the Lionel, Robinson Clarke Company, which was a large customer. Robson opened e&veral accounts with other banks, and paid large sums to Cora Minnett.

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A DEFAULTING CASHIER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913

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A DEFAULTING CASHIER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913

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