"The officers have a snug little cabin, with green fittings..."The Herald, April 12, 1887.
"I was ushered into what my escort informed me had always been the First Lieutenant's cabin. It was a dog-box, 6 feet by 6 feetExtract from White Ensign-Southern Cross 1951,
....Next morning I awoke, and lifting a weary head from the pillows, wondering where I was. Gazing around in the feeble light shed by a small, swinging oil lamp, I saw a wee figure placing tea and toast on a bracket screwed into the side of the narrow, coffin-like bunk in which I had lain through the night."
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By Rear-Admiral Henry James Feakes.