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VOL. XVIII. NO. 3286.
JjONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATUnOAY7jANUARY"20. 19067
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4 TV, fvWF
! Sir Henry Morgan,
. By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerneri," "For Love
of Country' "The Grip of Honor," Etc ' -
COPYRIGHT, lOOa, BY . W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
(Continued from Saturday) under batches the night of tho cap-
iti.ii .,.,.. . .. . Iluro. Presented with tho cbolco of In
"Hello, the MnrysRoset Hello, tho i .,,,., . .ii, , . ,i. i i
"Aye, aye! What Is It?"
"Where aro you going?
Thcro was no answer. Tho rapidly
moving ship was fairly abreast tho
fort now. In thirty seconds sho woiilJ
bo beyond It.
"Wo have 'Killed the governor and
Kcmpthorne. and this Is the ship of Sir
Henry Morgan, bound for the Spanish
main on a buccaneering cruise. Flro!"
A perfect hall of shot at point blank
tango belched forth from the twenty
four guns of the larboard battery of
tho onrushlng ship. In the surprise1
and confusion caused by this murder
ous discharge at short range tho frfgalo
flipped by. and, although every gun In
the fort, whether It boro or not, was
finally discharged by tho Infuriated
soldiery, no serious damage was dono
to the ship. Here and there a man fell
J'ourlng an effective musketry and pis-
101 nre upon me surprised garrison,
the frigate slipped through tho chan
nel. Heforo tho cannon could bo re
loaded they were out of range. -There
before them lay the open sea, bounded
to the southward by the rich nnd un
protected cities of tho Spanish main.
"Wc'ro out of the harbor, sir," cried
Hornlgold, coming nft to where Mop
Can stood triumphant on tho poop.
"Thnt's well!" said the commnnder
"Secure the guns nnd muster tho crow.
We'll divide Into watches and bear
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r.way to tho southward."
"Long Uro sir Henry Morgan, king
of tho buccaneers!" cried a voice out
nt the darkness, and amid a tremen
dous roar of cheers tho vessel swept
Ten days ifter her departuro from
Port Royal tho Mary Roso was tumb
ling southward before a gentlo breczo
through the blue and languid seas.
Much hnd happened In tho Interval.
Ir. the first place, Morgan had organ-
lied and drilled the ship's crow re
lntlcssly. With the nld of tho fiva
I rlnclpnl adventurers, whom ho hadjfleet was over served more promptly
constituted b-.s lieutenants, ho had
brought the motley crowd which ho
liuil shipped imo a state of compara
tive efficiency nnd of entire subjection
to his Iron will. Tho co-operative
principle which had been tho main
spring of action as well as tlo which
produced unity among the brethren
of the coast had ceased to bo regard
ed so far as Morgan wnsconccrncd.
Ho took care, howovcr, to bo upon
falrlj amlcablo terms with tho officers
In command and tho veterans, though
bo treated the rest of tho riffraff like
tho dogs they wero. They murmured
and raged, but did not revolt, although
It was quite posslblo If ho pushed them
too far and they found a lender they
might make trouble.
In accordance with Hornlgold's ad
vice, alter deliberation between Mor
gan and the leaders, the Mary Roso
had first 'run up to La Vaca Island,
routh of Hlspanlola, and tho number
oi original marauders had been In
creased by fifty volunteers, all thoso,
Indeed who could be reached from the
imall pirates who made that dclcctablo
bpot their rendezvous. In addition to
those the crew had nlso been ro en
forced largely from those of tho unpaid
Slid discontented seamen and soldleis
of the frigate who had happened to be
Two mm- ca-a of llrlirlil's !)! uho th.it
rii-cvi i.-O mu-r tin tn utiwnt In liopl
tain hat f. Id 1 uiiJ Iff- was ilMpnlrwl or.
On- lav Jolni If. Gyn'laur, tliu well
it un I lilt rt:iiiiiii ui i.uimi, vm "-
i, ii,.. i ..... ii..r,ii,,i in Kmi i-ninc ru
lor thrw months. Wan so swollen with tcrcd him by imusual marks of kind
dropsy he hud to bo tuppi'd t'wry U'U i MOHOAN IlIJCCANP.Plt
& .7o,l,h'o,,no .,WiSm onS-oss, and alono among the officers this
Pulton's ituiiil Compound for Ilrlslit's f ollow did not soem to cherish tho
.l'!"""."' '",' ,"PJ"!,'",..S"S'.1, J"L m , rnncor nnd suspicion of tho others. Ho
j;vrr)oouy in i.urtit.i Knows oi nn uur-.ii;
Anntlur cuo la that of lr. T. J. llulloy
tit 23 1 i llrjunt Kt., an Prunclaco. A fw
moiilliii iu:o la- was In tho U. H. Marine
lloapll'il In that city and was so low with
llrUM'H nine-nee Hint Ills slater, Mrs,
Prtncli, wns aililanl by tho physician In
eluirt'o thai a fatal -m) wns Inovltabls
nml clone nt Imml. Khu took him homo
ninl put him on tin' samo trentucnt tlint
Hiivi'd Gysrl.inr. Me rtcoicred nml hie
months l.itf r returned to hla' employment.
Write ilther of the aboie If you question
llrlnht'8 Dlseaio and Dlnbeles nro cur.
nblo In S" ir cint. of nit cases by l"ul
ton's Compounds, Fend for literature,
Jim. J. Hilton Co., 40U Washliuston tit.,
HONOLULU nnUO CO, Local Agents,
When to suapict HrlBlit's Dlseaso
weakness or loia of weight: putty nnklca,
hamls or eyellila; dropsy; Kidney trouble
nfter tho third month; urlno may show
sediment; falllne Union; drowsiness; ono
or tuvro of these.
f ..4- 4--r
., n .l,m h,i nr-mnfoit Ihn Inltor
I altcrnatlvo, although, to their great
rrIlll ln ..M n unlit nnn nr itun
of the loyal veterans who had hotly
refused to have anything to do with
their ruffianly captors bad been forc
ed to walk the plank as an example, to
the rest should they provo recalcit
rant. Partly through terror, partly
through discontent, partly on account
of promises of the great reward await
ing them, speciously urged by Morgan
himself, for ho could talk as well as
he could fight, and, most of all, be
cause oven at that dato It was consid
ered a meritorious act to attack a
Spaniard, sumo seventy cast In their
lot with tho rest.
Among tho 20 members of tho hot- j
erogencous crow sp constituted wero
to no found natives of almost every
raco under tho sun, oven Including ono
or two Spanish rencgados, and It would
Lo safe to sav that tho lowest and
I - :
meanest representatives of the several
races wero assembled on that very
chip. Tho officers and men who had
been recruited from lala La Vaca as
well as the older original members of
tho crow of tho Mary Rose, together
with a select few of tho remainder,
vero men of approved courage. Tho
tfflccrs, Indeed, boro reputations for
hardihood and daring not to bo sur-
passed. Most of tho rest, however,
wcro arrant cowards. As a body tho
band could not compare except In
I leadership with tho former bands of
Morgan himself, however, almost
inado up for all deficiencies. His cya
was as keen, his hand as steady, bis
soul as reckless and bis skill as high
ls when he had led tho greatest buc
caneer fleet that had over assomblcd
on tho fnmous Panama expedition. Ev-
cryoouy on tno snip nateu mm except
oung Teach and tho faithful Dlack
Dog. Hut thoy all feared him as much
as they hated him, and they admired
blm as much as thoy feared him.
So far as he was concerned, dlsclp.
lino wns absolute. No admiral of the,
onu respectfully than he. Even nil
neoresi associates wero treated with a foro. although they had sighted the
certain haughtiness, which they bit-1 Mary Roso long before she had seen
tcrly resented and which thoy would 'thorn, becauso thoy kept better watch,
have called In question had tho sltun-ithey camo on fearlessly and without
tlon been other than It was. Truth to hesitation. It was evident to tho ox
tell. Influenced by Hornlgold, they had perlenccd officers among them that
embarked upon a mad enterprise, and tho vessel was an English f rlgato, and
thoy needed Morgan to bring It to olna England was a country with which
successful conclusion. Without hlra ' thcro was profound penco at tho tlmo
tho slender cohorenco which already thev nnnrehended nothing.
existed would fall and anarchy would
bo tho stata upon tho ship. So long as
thoy remained together It was certain
that Morgan would lead them on sorao
cuccessful enterprise, and they might
get some reward for their risks and
crimes. In his safety lay their safety.
Tho ship, however, was a floating
colony of suspicion, treachery and ha
tred. Morgan himself nover appeared
without being loaded with weapons,
cot for bravado, but for uso should oc
casion rise, and his back was always
protected by tho silent and gigantic
maroon, whom tho sailors, catching
tho tltlo from thoso who had known
him of old, referred to with malignant
hatred as niack Dog. That was a
name, Indeed, which tho taciturn half
breed rather rejoiced In than resented.
Morgan bad been nblo to awaken lovo
In tin hearts pxrent thoso of .votinc
Tench, whoso feeling wns admiration
rather than affection, and this half
breed maroon. Whether It was from
Ids black Afrlcnn mother or from his
ticrco red Calb fatho that ho Inhclted
fierce red Calli father that he Inherited
cut. Devoted ho had been and demoted
Thcro wns ono among tho officers
Morgan was sure of and upon whom
l.o could depend In an emergency, and
,.,, ,,, ,,,, m..BL
that was young Tcacli.
Ho had not-
was too young to havo experienced a
betrayal, as had tho rest. This was
his first venture In actual piracy, and
lift found It marrelously pleasant.
The officers, too, were all suspicious
of ono another. As each one, nursod
Ills own private designs ho suspected
the others of doing likewise, and with
reason. Hut thcro was as yet Uttlo
outward friction among them. Rave
ncnu, for Instanco, wns most scrupu
lously pollto to tho captain and his as
HKlateB. Vojscrs was too stupid In bis
cups and ho was' generally In them
to do more than growl, and tho Brazil
Inn had nil tho capacities of bis race
tor subtlo concealment.
Although the necessary orders for
working tho ship wcro obeyed nnd
Morgan personally Imposed Implicit
obedlenco and respect for his com
mands, no duties other than those re
quired were performed by tho men.
During the day, when not at work or nt
drill they drank, smoked, gambled and
fought at pleasure, although, as the
captain mercilessly exercised them
during long hours at tho great guns
and with small arms, they did not have
any too much leisure for play. During
tho night they kept watch and watch,
of course, but In It all they took no
caro of tho ship, and filth nnd dirt
abounded. If they had anticipated a
long cruise things would necessarily
havo been different, but as they had
gono far to the southward now and
might make a landfall at any moment
thcro was no necessity for bothering
about mero cleanliness. Morgan had
not communicated his ultimato pur
poses to his men as yet, but as ho was
tho only navigator on tho ship ho was
perforce allowed to havo his own way.
Ilrcakfast had been served a mea
ger breakfast It was, too, for all hands
wcro on short allowance of everything
but spirits, on account of tho unpro
vided state of tho ship. Fortunately
for their contentment thcro was plen
ty of rum on board. Tho men wcro
congregated forward on tho forecastle
or In tho waist, wrangling and arguing
as usual. Tho officers gathered on the
ouartcr deck, and Morgan paced the
high raised poop alone, overlooking
them, when the lookout suddenly re
ported threo sail In sight. Tho halt
drunken sailor who had been sent aloft
at daybreak had kept negligent watch,
for almost as soon as ho had made his
report tho ships wcro observed from
tho deck of tho frigate,
Tho Mary Roso had tho wind on her
quarter, her best point of sailing, and
sho was covered with canvas from her
trucks to ncr decks, from ncr spntsan
yard to her huge ralzzen cossjack, n'
lateen sail. Tho wind was light, but I
she was making rapid progress toward,
tho approaching strangers, who, with
their larboard tacks aboard, wcro beat
ing up toward tho English,
I Attended by the maroon, Morgan,
pistol In hnnd, went forward to tho
forecastle, kicking ilils way clear
.through tho sullen, black browed mass
ef sailors. Ho ran a short dlstanco up
tho weather foro shrouds and took a
'long look nt tho strangers. They all
Hew tho yellow fine of Snaln. Ono was
in liugo galleon, tho other two smaller
ships, though larger In each Instanco
than tho Mary Roso, and all heavily
One of the plato ships from Porto
Hello was duo In this latltudo about
this tlrao, and Morgan Instantly sur
mised that tho galleon was she and
that tho two others wero Snanlsh frig-
atcs to glvo her safe convoy across!
the ocean. Spain was at peace with1
nil tho world at that time, and tho two
frigates would- havo been amplo to
ward off tho ottack of any of tho small
rtrntlcal craft which had succeeded.
tho Luccanccr shins of tho Caribbean.
The Spaniards had no Idea that such a
vulture as Morgan was afloat; there-
(To be continued)
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho v " of the day.
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Answors'to Correspondents Solution of Problem No. 105:
received from S. I Aylett.
By H. W. SCHMIDT, Honolulu.
First Prlxe for "Two Movers," St. Louis Exposition Tourney,
Wm f&A wim 3&
tiM-a?'JB. M. .sal
WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
1 P K4
2 11 IH
3 Kt Q 113
4 P Q3
5 Kt Q R 1
C Kt X II
7 P K II 4
1 P K4
2 Kt K II 3
4 P Q3
0 II Kt3
fi R P X Kt
7 U K3
...A simple and effcctlio contin
uation, which nullifies White's at
tack, and shews Dr. Tarrnsth's ex
cellent Judgment, o tho doubled
center pawns arc by no means weak, I
Blnco White cannot prevent tho en
franco of a Knight at Q 5 without
playing P II 3, which, In the faco
of Blacks open ( file, would be an
extremely hazardous proceeding.
SUxIl 8 P x II
9 PxP 0 PxP
1 10 Kt K II 3 10 Kt 'Q II 3
11 Castles 11 Castles
12 P QR3 12 Q Q3
13 II K .1
Wo prefer II Q 2, preserving the
I I), although his chanies of attack
arc not rosy.
I 13 Kt KKtS
14 Q K2 14 Kt x II
15 Q x Kt IS Kt Q 5
1C Kt x Kt
There does not appear to bo any
thing better than this, which
should lead to a draw.
I 1C Q x Kt
17 QxQ 17 PxQ
IS R x It eh
Unnccoisarlly allowing the en
trance of the White K. R II 3 In
stead would hao preserved equali
ty, since If the R be taken, White
would havo chances of establishing
a vnluablo passed Pawn nt K 4.
13 K K2
20 R R 4
21 R Q II t
22 R Q Kt I
23 It K It 4
24 P QKt4
play Is very clever.
19 R Ilsqch
20 R U 4
21 K Bsq
22 n II 2
23 P Q Kt 3
2t P R3
. , . Hlack's
1. D-K 6,
With this and tho threo preceding
moves ho has forced Whlto to weak
on his position cry materially, and
, he now continues to skilfully pre
pare a successful attack on his op
ponent's Q It P,
25 P Q Kt 4 , 25 R Kt 4
. . .Excellent, With bis last move
White threatened 2C P 11 3, P x P;
27 R II 2! which would greatly
hao Jielpcd his game. After the
text move, If 2C P U 3, R
2C R II I
Threatening P K 6, exchanging
Is K P for Hlack's Q P.
2C P K4
27 R 112
28 R 115
29 K K2
30 R nq
27 U Kt3
28 R IC3
29 P KKtS
Anticipating Hlack's continuation,
and selecting tho only posslblo do
fence, poor though It be.
30 R R 3
31 R QRsq 31 P Kt3
32 K Q 2 32 R R 5
33 P II 3 , 33 P 11 I
There Is nothing better Tho .ob
ject of Hlack's 32nd mote, R R 5
Is now clear. Ho now threatens 34
... P x P ch; 35 K x P. P xl'ib,
35 P x K P 35 K K 3
3U P (J 4 30 P x P
37 K 113 37 P It 7
... Decisive. White hns no reply.
38 P Kt 4 3S P Kt I
39 K J3 39 P KtG
10 K 114 40 P KtCch
41 KxP 41 RxP
12 R x P 42 It X P
13 II U0 43 II K Cch
44 K 112 II RxRP
45 RxPch 43 KxP
Ifi It Kt 4 40 11 K C
17 K Q 2 47 It K 5
nrltlsh Chess Magazine.
Fins Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
ii Un .Board a aoanese rsattleshio
Japanese naval officers mako tho Navy Indeed, ono of tho finest bat
best hosts In the world, as ono soon tlcshlps In the world certnlnly.
discovers after visiting tho warships, K. I.AWSON.
in Tokyo Hay; and a luncheon party The Asnht Displacement, 15,200
on board tho Asahl may servo as an Ions; length. 400 feet; beam, 76 1-4
txamplo of tho spontaneous courtesy feet; Indicated horsepower, 15,000;
nnd delightful hospitality which char-l where built, Clydebank; date of
r.ctcrlzo their entertainments. launch, ISM; date of completion, 1900.
In tho crisp autumnal air, tho ship's Armor Belt, 9-4 Inches; deck, 4-2 1-2
launch bounded merrily over tbe blua Inches; side above belt, C Inches; bulk
waters of Tokyo Hay, passing In turn bend, 12 Inches; gun position: heavy
tho Shlklshlma and tho Kujl beforo ' Kims, 14 Inches; sccondnry guns, C
tho Asahl was reached. I Inches. Armament duns, four 12-ln.,
This fine battleship, at present the
flagship of Admiral Togo, was built at
Clydebank, where she was launched In
1900, and sho ranks second to nono In
contributing to (ho success of the Jap
anese navy during tlig lato war.
In.tho battle of tho Sea of Japan, sho
,,"";;...""?"' ". ""''
the Mlkasa belnr hn first hn vtiii ,or ,he "8t ani Second Infantry and
se?ond.8ht.hma?n d.'Snd toljll '""" ! ,Pr0Cfed
Asahl fourth, followed by tho Kasuga l e f"'PP mdo In v cw
tnd tho Nlsshln. ?l thc .,ocIln of, VnrMt whlch oxl"t8
During tho engagement, a shell from
a Russian quick-firing gun, passing
through the shield of a 12-poundcr on' "hllo It Is acknowledged that such
tho upper deck of tho Asahl and burst- ' "lc raBP- H ' Bad that thcro also
Ing on the gun, killed nnd wounded al- have been advices which directly IndU
most tho whole crew who belonged to!fn, that an uprising In China Is about
kiiu palm-, uui ueyuuu mis me Asanii" ""'. n.-wiifc uui'pvuimkh i cuiim
ius(nlned no Injuries worth mention
After tho surrender of Admiral Nn
bogntoff, a number of tho Russian of
ficer nnd men wero transferred to tho
Asahl nnd she escorted tho captured
battleship Orel to tho naval port of
Halzuru, accompanied by the Asamn.
Tho renowned Commander Hlroso.
Whn un nnMv .n.t . h... a.i.l '
Loiu UD i.ort Arthur, went forth from
.. . .".. .
VU...U UK . V ......U., nVKb IUI.U I1UMI.
thn AhaIiI. Iinvlnt? nrnvlmmlv rnmnnsnil If
'n "Shi," or Chinese poem, according !
to nnclent custom, which wns Intended
I by him to bo tho final expression of
bis desires, nnd which proved to be u'tilry nnd tho Wrst, Second, Eighth nnd
forecast of his fate. As translated to 'Twenty-fourth regiments of Infantry
inu by an officer un tho Asahl, this
'stirrup-cup runs ns follows;
Would that I could bu born aueu
And sacrlfico my life for my coun
Resolved to die, my mind Is firm.
And again expecting to win suc
Smiling I go on board I"
I may add that the abovo poem was
written by the heroic author on tho
cvo of his departure for tho second
blocking attempt (ho participated In
tho first attempt also).
Tho ship commanded by him wns
ugaln sunk, ns In tho first attempt. In!
tho most deslrnblo plnce, but his body
was carried oK by n Russian ball and
rnly a few fragments wero brought
Lomo to his sorrowing relatives,
Alter inspecting thu ships, where
wo saw Bailors tn soma places knit
ting, making artificial flowers, and
tarvlng models of ships, wo sat down
lo a cheery lunch In tho saloon, our
hosts beguiling tho tlmo by narrating
Incidents tlint occurred "during Tho
Buttle," stories of thrilling Interest,
told with simple modosty.
Then thoy brought forth a Russian
gramophone, found aboard the captur
ed Russian ship Orel, nnd It emitted
arlouB Bounds which might bavo been
(Ithcr a Russian march or a growling
protest against Its presenco us a Stato
prisoner on a Japanese warship!
After this camo a few songs, somo
parting gifts of photographs, and then
tbe homeward voyage In tbe comfort
able lunch, our hosts acting un to the
well-known Injunction to "Wclcomol
tho COmC, speed tllO parting guest" by
rending us off with bouquets of roses. 1
end other souvenirs of a charming aft
crnoon, spent on ono of tho finest bat
tleships In tho Imperial Japanese
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Boston Htrsld. &(
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L.n - w.Hon
fourteen C-ln., twenty 12-pr.; torpedo
tubes, 4. Speed, 18.
Coal, 1400. Com
TROUBLE IN ORIENT
Washington. Jan. 6. It was offl.
".". ",u ""'""", aBB'n" ""
have Indicated that such an outbreak
Js n possibility, and this Government
docs not propose- to be caught napping.
11 thc outbreak does come, nnd soma
officers uic sure that It will, Amcilcan
troops will bo' thrown Into China to
protect American lives nnd property.
It Is likely that within tho next
month or so thcro will bo ndditlonal
!oalgnatlon of troops for duty In tho
Philippines. There Is nt present no
I'l'...'--.. ...v. ... Mb .-. ..
len of ilennrtmentnt nlnns In this ro.
spect. Tho troops now Belected for
duty Includo four troops of thc Fourth
Cavalry, two troops of tho Third Cav-
nnd tho Eighth and Thirteenth batten
les of field artillery. This Includes d
nurtures up to March Mb,
HELD AS ASSASSIN.
Boise, Idaho, Jan. 3. Hognn, the sua
peit under arrest at Caldwell in con
nection with tho nssasslnatton of for.
merOovernor Frank Stoucnberg, was
arraigned beforo tho Probato Judge at
Caldwell today. Ho was charged with
the murder of Stouenbcrg. Hogan had
formally demanded hjs releaso and this
action was necessary to hold Mm, When
f!0?'"1 wn hrougbt into court ho asked
'J " arrest had been telegraphed to
'ho, nowspaperh, snlng: "If tho
Spokane uowipupors publish a report
of my arrest a lawjer will come to de
fend mo; othorwlso I will need two
days to got one from that city." Tho
U curl n was set for Saturday.
Hogan has admitted that his real
namo ls Harry Orchard. Further ha
has admitted that he was In the Cocur
d'Alencs until tho tlmo of tho trouble,
thcro In 1898. Ho was 111 Ing at Burko
and was a member of tho Burke Min
Sheriff Sutherland has Identified him
as one of tho men ho saw several times
In that section during tho past sum-,
mer. Where he has been since has not
)et been learned, but be camo to Idaho
from Salt take. Ho shipped his trunk
to Caldwell and then went to Halley,
following his trunk here later. Tho
trunk was traced by means of the
Tho Countess Mnnmnrtfnl In nrl.nn
1 Italy for murdering hor husband, has
written a book, which ends with these
words: "If I halo sinned It Is because
It Is tho fashion among the savage,