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THE EMPORIUM

started a private one on his own account with the stamp. box that never came to Shalford's knowledge.
This admirable British merchant would glow with a particular pride of intellect when writing his London orders.
`Ah ! do y'r think you'll ever be able to write London orders?' he would say with honest pride to Kipps, waiting impatiently long after closing-time to take these triumphs of commercial efficiency to post, and so end the interminable day.
Kipps shook his head, anxious for Mr. Shalford to get on.
`Now, here, f'example, I've written-see? "1 piece I in, cott blk elas 1/or"; what do I mean by that or-eh? d'ye know?'
Kipps promptly hadn't the faintest idea.
`And then, "2 ea silk net as per patts herewith" ea-eh?'
'Dunno, sir.'
It was not Mr. Shalford's way to explain things. `Dear, dear! Pity you couldn't get some c'mercial education at your school. 'Stid of all this lit'ry stuff. Well, my boy, if y'r not a bit sharper, y'll never write London orders, that's pretty plain. Jest stick stamps on all those letters and mind y'r stick 'em right way up, and try and profit a little more by the opportunities your aunt and uncle have provided ye. Can't say what'll happen t'ye if ye don't." And Kipps, tired, hungry, and belated, set about stamping with vigour and dispatch.
`Lick the envelope,' said Mr. Shalford, `lick the envelope, as though he grudged the youngster the postage-stamp gum. `It's the little things mount up,' he would say and, indeed, that was his philosophy of life-to hustle and save, always to hustle and save. His political creed linked Reform, which meant nothing, with Peace and Economy, ; which meant a sweated expenditure, and his conception ' of a satisfactory municipal life was to `keep down the rates.' Even his religion was to save his soul and to preach a similar cheeseparing to the world.

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This admirable British merchant would glow with a particular pride of intellect when writing his London orders. `Ah ! do y'r think you'll ever be able to write London orders?' he would say with honest pride to Kipps, waiting impatiently long after closing-time to take these triumphs of commercial efficiency to post, and so end what is interminable day. Kipps shook his head, anxious for Mr. Shalford to get on. `Now, here, f'example, I've written-see? "1 piece I in, cott blk elas 1/or"; what do I mean by that or-eh? d'ye know?' Kipps promptly hadn't what is faintest idea. `And then, "2 ea silk net as per patts herewith" ea-eh?' 'Dunno, sir.' It was not Mr. Shalford's way to explain things. `Dear, dear! Pity you couldn't get some c'mercial education at your school. 'Stid of all this lit'ry stuff. Well, my boy, if y'r not a bit sharper, y'll never write London orders, that's pretty plain. 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