April 15, 1874

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TME ABSCOXDIXO CASHIER OrtllE HOBO-XEX HOBO-XEX HOBO-XEX BAKK CAPTURED. Chief Donovan, of the Hoboten Police foree. has received a dispatch from London, conBrmine the statement that Frederick Kleunen, the defaulting Cashier of tho Hoboken Savings Hank, haa been captured captured in London. In April of last year Klenneu fled with a pwaid of 150,000 of tbe bank's money, and the defalcation almost pot tbe institution into 'bankruptcy. 'bankruptcy. After hia flight CapU Donovan learned enough to convince him tbat the defaulter had tied to Kncland. He sent a photograph of him to Inspector Inspector ilaile;. ot the London j?olic force, and soon received received word that Clennea wse living on the outskirts outskirts of London, under the assumed name of Weber, Weber, with a family named Strange. About the middle of ebrusry J notice McDonoogh, of Hoboken was sent ont with extradition papers, and two week aco Klennen was arrested by Sergt John Micklejoha on tbe Dover pier. He admitted bia identity, and waa taken before Sir Thomas Henry, who delivered him to the Hoboken officer. He ia now oa his way to Kw-Tork. Kw-Tork. Kw-Tork. aad is expected within a few days. to at

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 15 Apr 1874, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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  • April 15, 1874

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