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AN ABSCONDING BANK TELLER.

THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND VICTIMISED. [By Elbctrio Telegraph.— Copyright.] [Per Press Association.] SYDNEY, October 31. The teller of the local branch of the Bank of New Zealand has suddenly disappeared, and an investigation of his accounts has revealed the fact that he ha* embezzled a sum of L 13.454. The defalcation are attributed to speculation in mining stock, but the bank authorities have succeeded in recovering scrip from the defaulter's broker representing between L 7.000 and LB,OOO, and they expect to get more. At present there is no trace of the absconder.

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AN ABSCONDING BANK TELLER., Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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AN ABSCONDING BANK TELLER. Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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