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common have been very snooty, I wouldn't put it past them to have done this."
" Well, we'll soon find out," said Herbert. "I'll go and ask her, and if she did it I'll kill her."
His rage was so terrible that Mrs. Sunbury was frightened.
" And get yourself hung for murder? No, Herbert, I won't let you go. Let your dad go, and when he comes back we'll decide what to do."
" That's right, Herbert, let me go."
They had a job to persuade him, but in the end Mr. Sunbury went. In half an hour he came back.
" She did it all right. She told me straight out. She's proud of it. I won't repeat her language, it fair startled me, but the long and short of it was she was jealous of the kite. She said Herbert loved the kite more than he loved her and so she smashed it up and if she had to do it again she'd do it again."
" Lucky she didn't tell me that. I'd have wrung her neck even if I'd had to swing for it. Well, she never gets another penny out of me, that's all."
" She'll sue you," said his father.
" Let her."
" The instalment on the furniture is due next week, Herbert,"
said Mrs. Sunbury quietly. "In your place I wouldn't pay it." "Then they'll just take it away," said Samuel, "and all the money he's paid on it so far will be wasted."
" Well, what of it?" she answered. "He can afford it. He's rid of her for good and all and we've got him back and that's the chief thing."
" I don't care twopence about the money," said Herbert. "I can see her face when they come and take the furniture away. It meant a lot to her, it did, and the piano, she set a rare store on that piano."
So on the following Friday he did not send Betty her weekly money, and when she sent him on a letter from the furniture people to say that if he didn't pay the instalment due by such and such a date they would remove it, he wrote back and said

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