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THE HOUSING PROBLEM

in the less conspicuous streets of Hythe. The cream of that was to be a weekly collection of rents in person, the nearest approach to feudal splendour left in this democratised country. He gave no hint of the source of the capital he designed for this investment, and at times it would appear he intended it as an occupation for his nephew rather than himself.
But there remained something in his manner towards Ann-in the glances of scrutiny he gave her unawares, that kept Kipps alertly expansive whenever he was about; and in all sorts of ways. It was on account of old Kipps, for example, that our Kipps plunged one day-a golden plunge-and brought home a box of cummerbundy ninepenny cigars, and substituted blue label old Methuselah Four Stars for the common and generally satisfactory white brand.
`Some of this is whisky, my boy,' said old Kipps, when he tasted it, smacking critical lips ....
`Saw a lot of young officery fellers coming along,' said old Kipps. `You ought to join the volunteers, my boy, and get to know a few.'
`I dessay I shall,' said Kipps. `Later.'
`They'd make you an officer, you know, 'n no time. They want officers,' said old Kipps. `It isn't every one can afford it. They'd be regular glad to 'ave you Ain't bort a dog yet?'
`Not yet, Uncle. 'Ave a segar?'
`Nor a moty car?'
`Not yet, Uncle.'
`There's no 'urry about that. End don't get one of these 'ere trashy cheap ones when you do get it, my boy. Get one as'll last a lifetime .... I'm surprised you don't 'ire a bit more.'
`Ann don't seem to fency a moty car,' said Kipps.
`Ah,' said old Kipps, `I expect not,' and glanced a comment at the door. `She ain't used to going out,' he said. `More at 'ome indoors.'
`Fact is,' said Kipps hastily, `we're thinking of building a 'ouse.'
`I wouldn't do that, my boy,' began old Kipps; but his nephew was routing in the chiffonier drawer amidst the plans. He got them in time to check some further comment on Ann. `Um,' said the old gentleman, a little im

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I'm surprised you don't 'ire a bit more.' `Ann don't seem to fency a moty car,' said Kipps. `Ah,' said old Kipps, `I expect not,' and glanced a comment at what is door. `She ain't used to going out,' he said. `More at 'ome indoors.' `Fact is,' said Kipps hastily, `we're thinking of building a 'ouse.' `I wouldn't do that, my boy,' began old Kipps; but his nephew was routing in what is chiffonier drawer amidst what is plans. He got them in time to check some further comment on Ann. `Um,' said what is old gentleman, a little im where is Server.Execute("_SiteMap.asp") % travel books: Kipps (1905) books

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