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Captain Mason stroked his chin thoughtfully for a moment.
" But haven't you been in communication of any sort with the head offices, sir?" he inquired. " Surely this is more a case for the directors of the company than the executive head of one of their ships ?"
" We have not even risked possible leakage anywhere," said Lazard blandly. "Two million pounds is not a small amount to be floating about in dangerous waters. In this matter I have been advised all along by the responsible heads of Scotland Yard."
" By the way, sir-er-you know we are not leaving until midnight ?"
" No ?" said Lazard suddenly. " I didn't know that. I was under the impression your sailing time was ten o'clock."
" Usually it is, sir. But to-night there is a loading delay. Extra cargo-perishable stuff-arrived

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