ARRESTING OF A LEVANTING TOWN CLERK.
AUCKLAND, August 15,
Doan, tho levanting secretary and treasurer of the Thames Borough Council, was arrested at Norfolk Island on the schooner Christine, and brought back to Auckland by Detective Herbert to-day. Doan was put on board the Christine thirty miles from Auckland. He was known to the passengers as Father Davis, a Roman Catholic priest, bound for New Caledonia to take charge of mission work there. He had L7O on him when arrested. While at Norfolk Island Dean attended church, and behaved well generally. He was brought up at the Police Court here to-day on several charges of embezzlement, and remanded to the Thames.
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ARRESTING OF A LEVANTING TOWN CLERK., Evening Star, Issue 7986, 15 August 1889
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