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Mrs. Hill had bought herself a pianner out of what she made picking, so she said, but she was very near, one wouldn t like to be near like that, and most the arsenal shirts shop people thought it was only what she said, if the truth was known perhaps it would be found that she had put a bit of money from the savings bank towards it. The hoppers were divided into bin companies of ten pickers, not counting children, and Athelny loudly boasted of the day when he would spurs store have a company consisting entirely of his own family. Each company had a bin man, whose duty it was to spurs store supply it with strings of hops at their bins the bin was a large sack on a wooden frame, about seven feet high, and long rows of them were placed between the rows of hops and it was to this position that Athelny aspired when his family was old enough to form a company. Meanwhile he worked rather by encouraging others spurs store than by exertions of his own. 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