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Gates shies at eczemic sea-pie !) Now there's some mischief brewing in the cuddy, and they're all in it -Kingdom, Gates, and Angus. I'm not quite sure about Dingle, because he berths forward ; but I think he is too. What's more : it's something they can't afford to have given away. Kingdom, who usually keeps Angus very short of drink at sea, now lets him have it whenever he wants it, and generally speaking is going out of his way to keep him sweet. That shows he can't afford to quarrel with him. And when a captain can't afford to quarrel with a chief engineer whom he hates, it usually means that he and the engineer are in together over some hanky-panky which has its roots in the engine-room. You mark my words, one of these fine nights that hoary-headed old Caledonian will open a sea - cock or two and rush up on deck and say the ship is sinking. It'll be a case of all hands to the boats ; the Orinoco will go to her long-overdue and thoroughly deserved rest at the bottom, and the Insurance people will pay up and look pleasant."
" H'm," said Hughie ;" there seems to be something in what you say. I wish I could keep an eye on the old sinner in the engine-room ; but since Walsh came back to duty I've no excuse for going there at all now. It might almost be worth while to warn Goble. He's a decent chap."
"Who is on duty in the engine-room now?"
" Walsh, I should think. Angus usually makes way for him about eight bells. But I'm not sure,

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