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OUR LONDON LETTER.!

FOLLOWED HER ONLY FRIEND.…

TRAMPS AND THEIR WARDROBES.

A SMOKY ENGINE.

f FATAL DOCK ACCIDENT.

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OFFICE ON A TRAIN.

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.PROCURING TRADE SECRETS.

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PROCURING TRADE SECRETS. Thomas W. Ward, Limited, iron, steel, and metal merchants, of Sheffield and London, sued Mr. Charles Henry Webster, metal merchant, of Bow, to recover damages for wrongfully procuring one of the plaintiffs' servants to brellk his eontract of service by conveying confidential information to the defendant. The plaintiffs alleged that the defendant had induced a man who had been employed by them as a typist and shorthand writer to disclose confi- dential and trade secreta to him. Mr. Webster, in the witness-box, denied that he had obtained information with regard to the plaintiffs' business. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiffs, damages 950. Judgment was given.

EASILY EARNED MONEY.

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ANOTHER ELECTION LIE.

REV. J. H. JOWETT'S DECISION.

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