Haikus from The Dorrington Deed-Box by Arthur Morrison

From a book categorized as Fiction / Classics and 153 pages follows a description and a number of hidden haikus found in the book:

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But it's plain something
 must be done--something to gain
time at any rate.

He habitually
 carried a large pocket-book,
with papers in it.

"Ever buy or sell
 diamonds with him?" "Once only.
It was the first time.

"What did she do, Bill?"
 asked one boy of another.
"Why, didn't ye see?

You can't fight, you know,
 with this bogus company
business known to me.

"What's the law that says
 I must give it up to you,
'stead of yer cousin?

Flint glared with round eyes.
 "You get out!" he said. "Go on!
Fifty pound, indeed!