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THE ALTERNATIVE ROUTE

" Can't say I do precisely. Let me see. I recollect coming along Forty-Second Street on my way to the Manhattan. I'd been dining at The Lambs, and I stopped a minute on the sidewalk under an L railway-track to light my pipe, when-yes, it must have happened then."
" I expect you had been shadowed all day,' said Allerton. "But I'm forgetting my duties. You are wanted on deck."
" Who wants me? Noddy Kinahan ?"
" Not much ! He doesn't travel by his own ships. It's the captain. I understand that you are to be presented to the company as a little stowaway, and great surprise and pain will be officially manifested at your appearance on board."
" All right. Come along and introduce me."
Captain Kingdom's method of dealing with stowaways - natural and artificial - was simple and unvarying. On presentation, he first of all abused them with all the resources of an almost Esperantic vocabulary, and then handed them over to Mr Gates to be kicked into shape.
On Hughie Marrable's appearance on deck the captain proceeded with gusto to Part One of his syllabus. Hard words break no bones, and Hughie, who was breathing in great draughts of sea-air and feeling less dizzy and more collected each minute, set no particular store by the oratorical display to which he was being treated. In fact, he was almost guilty of the discourtesy of allowing his attention to wander. He set the crown

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