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No legacies needed by him ! And Mrs. Sid, so kind and bright and hearty! And the child, old Sid's child! Old Sid had jumped round a bit. It needed the sense of his fortune at the back of his mind to keep Kipps from feeling abject. He resolved he'd buy young Walt something tremendous in toys at the very first opportunity.
`Drop more beer, Art?'
`Right you are, old man.'
`Cut Mr. Kipps a bit more bread, Sid.'
`Can't I pass you a bit?' ..
Sid was all right, Sid was; there was no mistake about that.
It was growing up in his mind that Sid was the brother of Ann, but he said nothing about her, for excellent reasons. After all, Sid's irritation at her name when they had met in New Romney seemed to show a certain separation. They didn't tell each other much.... He didn't know how things might be between Ann and Mrs. Sid either.
Still, for all that, Sid was Ann's brother.
The furniture of the room did not assert itself very much above the cheerful business of the table, but Kipps was impressed with the idea that it was pretty. There was a dresser at the end with a number of gay plates and a mug or so, a Labour Day poster by Walter Crane on the wall, and through the glass and over the blind of the shop door one had a glimpse of the bright-colour advertisement cards of bicycle dealers, and a shelf-ful of boxes labelled The Paragon Bell, the Scarum Bell, and The Patent Omi ! Horn....
It seemed incredible that he had been in Folkestone that morning, that even now his aunt and uncle !
B-r-r-r. It didn't do to think of his Aunt and Uncle.

§ 4
When Sid repeated his invitation to come and see Masterman, Kipps, now flushed with beer and Irish stew, said he didn't mind if he did, and after a preliminary shout from Sid that was answered by a voice and a cough, the two went upstairs.
'Masterman's a rare one,' said Sid over his arm and in an undertone. `You should hear him speak at a meeting ... If lie's in form, that is.'
He rapped, and went into a large, untidy room.

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