For the Allinson Honor

by Harold Bindloss

The Allinsons an old and respected business firm in England have undertaken to develop a Canadian mine. Andrew Allinson, the youngest member of the family is sent out to Canada as its representative. He knows little of the business affairs of the house, for, since his father's death, they have been largely controlled by his brother-in-law, but when he is once arrived on the scene, he learns quickly enough that there has been crookedness somewhere in the previous management. He learns that the stockholders have been deluded, that they have put their money into a worthless proposition, and, for the Allinson honor, he tells the truth about it.

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