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PART I - CHAPTER VI
THE EDUCATION OF GEORGE

council. You can't call it farming. We're a miserable mixture of farmer, milkman, greengrocer, and carting contractor. It's a shabby business.'
'You have to live,' I resorted,
'Yes-but it 's rotten. And father won't move-and he won't change his methods.'
'Well-what about you?'
'Me! What should I change for?-I'm comfortable at home. As for my future, it can look after itself, so long as nobody depends on me.'
'Laissez faire,' said I smiling.
`This is no laissez faire,' he replied, glancing round, 'this is pulling the nipple out of your lips, and letting the milk run away sour. Look there!'
Through the thin veil of moonlit mist that slid over the hill-side we could see an army of rabbits bunched up, or hopping a few paces forward, feeding.
We set off at a swinging pace down the hill, scattering the hosts. As we approached the fence that bounded the Mill fields, he exclaimed: 'Halloi'-and hurried forward. I followed him, and observed the dark figure of a man rise from the hedge. It was a gamekeeper. He pretended to be examining his gun. As we came up he greeted us with a calm 'Good evenin' !'
George replied by investigating the little gap in the hedge.
`I 'll trouble you for that snare,' he said.
`Will yer?' answered Annable, a broad, burly, blackfaced fellow. `An' I should like ter know what you 're doin' on th' wrong side th' 'edge?'
`You can see what we're doing-hand over my snareand the rabbit,' said George angrily.
'What rabbit?' said Annable, turning sarcastically to me.
'You know well enough-an' you can hand it over--or ' George replied.
`Or what? Spit it out l The sound won't kill me'--the man grinned with contempt.
`Hand over here!' said George, stepping up to the man in a rage.
'Now don't!' said the keeper, standing stock still, and looking unmovedly at the proximity of George :

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