Wherefore the Plaintiff claims the sum of £I,OOO nr. damages.
Should the unexpected happen, and the jury find for the Defendant, it will ho necessarv to procure funds to pay the costs, mid ARTHUR HARNETT intends to have the ready cash. Tomorrow it should come rolling in. for tho sacrifice he is making eclipses for value anything the Warehouse or Manufacturer could hope to compete with. Readers, these Prices are FOR ONE DAY ONLY:—Rich Tapestry Carpet Runners, your choice, 1/6 yard (usual prices, 3/6 and 4/); Pure Wool Colonial Travelling Rugs, your choice, (>/<3: Solid Leather Attache Bags for 18/0; Lovely Muslin Dresses for 6/11; lioslvn Tailor-made Suits, worth 75/, (or '3O/; all Toys at Sale rates; 8/ Washing Fabrics for UJd t Pure tussore Silks, ]/ yard. Taking into consideration the gravity of the case and the important principle at stake, the Plaintiff intends to ask for a special jury, consisting of experts. A strong Bar, led by a distinguished K.C., has been engaged.—[Advt.]
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15679, 18 December 1914
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