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"Married?"
" No, sir."
" Engaged?"
The radio-operator chuckled. There was an engaging boyishness in his laugh.
" No, sir."
" You know that we have a female passenger on board?" "Yes, sir."
" Do you know her?"
" I've said good morning to her when I've seen her on deck."
The captain assumed his most official manner. His eyes, which generally twinkled with fun, were stern and he got a sort of bark into his rich, fruity voice.
" Although this is a cargo-boat and we carry valuable freight, we also take such passengers as we can get, and this is a branch of our business that the company is anxious to encourage. My instructions are to do everything possible to promote the happiness and comfort of the passengers. Miss Reid needs a lover. The doctor and I have come to the conclusion that you are well suited to satisfy Miss Reid's requirements."
" Me, sir?"
The radio-operator blushed scarlet and then began to giggle, but quickly composed himself when he saw the set faces of the three men who confronted him.
" But she's old enough to be my mother."
" That at your age is a matter of no consequence. She is a woman of the highest distinction and allied to all the great families of England. If she were German she would be at least a countess. That you should have been chosen for this responsible position is an honour that you should greatly appreciate. Furthermore, your English is halting and this will give you an excellent opportunity to improve it."
" That of course is something to be thought of," said the radiooperator. "I know that I want practice."
" It is not often in this life that it is possible to combine

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