A minute later they charged into old Hobden at his simple breakfast of cold roast pheasant, shouting that there was a wasps' nest in the fern which they had nearly stepped on, and asking him to come and smoke it out. 'It's too early for wops-nests, an' I don't go diggin' in the Hill, not for shillin's,' said the old man placidly.
(This is from "Rewards and Fairies" by Kipling.)
I do not understand what "not for shillin's," means. Does it mean "for a small money"?
I am glad if someone would give some advice.