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CHAPTER IX

THE HIGHER CRITICISM AND MR. HIBBS

PEBBLEWICK boasted an enterprising evening paper of its own, called The Pebblewick Globe, and it was the great vaunt of the editors life that he had got out an edition announcing the mystery of the vanishing sign-board, almost simultaneously with its vanishing. In the rows that followed sandwich men found no little protection from the blows indiscriminately given them behind and before, in the large wooden boards they carried inscribed:



CHAPTER VIII VOX POPULI VOX DEI | The Flying Inn | PEBBLEWICK S FAIRY TALE