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face. His hat was pulled low over his forehead, so that only his glittering eyes were visible.
" Straight along there, sir, to your left."
" It is dark-beastly dark," murmured Lazard, as he walked through.
Ten minutes of blind tripping and stumbling over coils of cables and wire hawsers stretched out tight as steel, brought him to the G.S.N. quay.
The Halcyon was lying there, an oasis of activity in a desert of black silence. Electric cranes were whirring and whining alongside her in the stark light of naked arcs. Hissing flares were posted down the side of her and along her gangways. A soft, rolling plume of smoke welled slowly from her stack. Hurrying figures, garish and unreal in the glaring pools of light, flitted about her upper deck and peered over the side, bawling out hoarse orders as the cranes whisked great hoists of cargo and luggage up into the darkness overhead.
Lazard approached the gangway and motioned to the officer in charge.
" I want to see the captain ; is he available ?" he asked.
" Yes, sir. In his cabin, I believe. Are you going with us this trip?"
" That is my intention. May I "
" Have you been through the passport barriers ?"
" No-I will see to that later. I must see the captain first. It is rather urgent. May I go on board? Here is my card."
The officer glanced at it, holding it well up to the

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