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Once more "Davy Jones" and his parrot arrive in port with no landing or place to bunk. A possible berth looms in sight and "Davy" steers his footsteps straight ahead and walks up the "gangplank" to the front door, where he is received by a blooming "gazabo" of a maid, who pilots him to the landlady. She shows him a furnished "stateroom," in which he makes himself at home. "Davy" and the landlady are attracted, and wave signals to that effect, which are at once interpreted as "mutual." While their little flirtation is sailing on calm seas a typhoon of a neighbor blows in upon the scene. She immediately lays siege to "Davy's" susceptible heart and leaves the landlady marooned in jealousy and despair, while the lubber of a Captain floats proudly out of the harbor in tow with his new conquest, gliding along like a ship at full sail. The landlady says: "It's 'er finery and airs w'ats ailing 'im. I'll put on me trimmin's and beat 'er out at 'er own game." And, sure enough, she does in the ...

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