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THE ALTERNATIVE ROUTE

After fifteen years of honest buffeting between the Kish and the Cloch the little Gareloch, had been pronounced too slow, and sold to the proprietor of a line of coasting steamers which plied between Cardiff and London. In this capacity, with a different caloured funnel and a slightly decayed interior, she had served for nine years as the Annie S. Holmes. After that an officious gentleman from the Board of Trade happened to notice the state of her boilers, and unhesitatingly declined to renew her certificate until various things were done which her present owner was not in the habit of doing. Consequently she had lain rusting in Southampton Water for six months, until an astute Scot, who ran a sort of Dr Barnardo's Home for steamers which had been abandoned by their original owners, stepped in and bought her, at the rate of about a pound per ton ; and having refitted her with some convenient boilers which he had picked up at a sale, and checked her fuel consumption by reducing her grate-area, set her going again in a humble but remunerative way as a pig-boat between Limerick and Glasgow. During this period of her career she was known as the Blush Rose-and probably smelt as sweet.
The maritime Dr Barnardo sold her three years later (at a profit) to a gentleman who required a ship for some shady and mysterious operations amid certain islands in the Southern Pacific. The nature of the poor Blush Rose's occupation may

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