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EVENINO.nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1906.
Sir Henry Morgan,
CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerner:," "For Lave
of Country," "The Grip of Honor," Etc.
COPYRIGHT, lOOM, BY U. W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
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(Continued from Saturday)
whoso location at tho foot of the ho extended by seizing her In tho old nlon, tho outstretched linger of the old
mighty La 8111a of Caracas was even buccaneer fashion. Tho Impression sho boatswain. "Ease down tho helm!
J then discernible. Morgan could see had mado upon him had been lasting, Draco up! Lively, lads!"
that there were two or thrco other ond when ho found himself nlone, an In a few moments tho great ship,
i vessels opposite tho town straining at outlaw, all his dreams of tho future her yards braced sharply up, was
! their anchors In tho heavy sea. Every centered about this woman. I headed out to seaward on tho star
i preparation for action had been mado Ho would enrry out the plans which board tack Tho wind was now blow
in good time, and tho guns had been ho had outlined to his men, but tliollng a whole gale, and the masts of tho
loaded. The .sea lashings had been Vearl of Caracas, for so Donna Mcr
j cast off, although the Gun tackles wcro cedes was called, must accompany him
'carefully secured, for tho wind was to tho south seas to bo tho Island
; blowing fresher and tho sea running queen of that buccaneer cmplro of
i heavier cory hour. j which ho was to bo the founder. That
I Tho men wcro armed to tho teeth. Donna Mercedes might object to this
There happened to bo n goodly supply proposition, that sho might lovo an
lof nrms on the Spanish ship, In addl- other man, might even bu married by
! tlon to those tho buccaneers had this time, counted for nothing In Mor
! brought with them, which wero all dls. can's plans. Ho had taken what lm
Itrlbuted. wanted by dint of his Iron will and
Everything was propitious for their the strength of his right arm In the
ship were bending like whips.
"We'll hmo to get sail off her, I'm
thinking, Hornlgold," said Morgan.
"Aye, aye, sir, and quick!"
"Aloft," cllcd Morgnn, "and take In
the to'gallant s'l's! Clnso reef tho top
b'Is and double, reef the courses,
Tho shaking shrouds ero soon cov
ered with masses of men, and as tho
ship was exceedingly woll handled the
I i.., .,,!. i., ih. .,!, Tho ...t. h..i . h. i,,.i.i . i.... .i canvas was nrumnuy snuggou uown
..... ,..i .. ... ...... ',.n. ,h ,,- rn,mr ith tm.nl -.. in ih. r..i... ' i wy tho cascr crew. Hornlgold, with
. BllllUUJe IVU.IUK, HMU M11TU WHS llllIU " "" "" . ..--. .w v. tuiuic, '.... FT-.. -I. . ..U ..In.
or no friction among tho crows. They, conditions , In mo Caribbean .tudled. Consequently he wa, most .reluctant hrifelm Morgan gavohlpenal
were geuing nammercu into snapo, '" iiumucmkiii m . b.uu..., ...i murium;. iur nin passion nau in- .nnllnn In Hit. mnnpiivorlnir nf the
mo. under .Morrnn' hnrd rirllilncr nn,i dissatlafact on. Tho wind was blow- creased with each o'ernin lencim -r n'onUon. i? tn?. maneuvering of tno
CHAPTER 1 Sir Henry Morgan, t was a vastly more dangerous body Ing dead Inshore, and as tho struck 'sea, to bear away from La Ouayra, ,"p' "?".A"IC LvM I . t nro
former pirate, having purchased lm- 0f mon than the drunken gang who bell? denoted tho passing hours with which was tho port of entry for Cara !' "' sei v,c ,.m f,,J ,"?,",. ;, ,h ?
munlty and knighthood from tho king mu aed from Jamaica. leach half hourly period It grew appre.'cas. But even bis ardent spirit was ,not0 ttnd ,Urccl "10 eftottt of lho 8Ca'
of England, has reformed and has bo- i.tkc a politic captain, Morgan had clably stronger. If It continued to at last convinced of the necessity. It mcn"
coino vice governor of Jamaica. Ho Ig done his best to get tho men whom blow or If, as It was almost certain, was blowing a galo now, and thoy wcro T1"' 'rlng tho long morning they
deposed and killing tho officers sent lm hnA subdued l.v hl Inlrnnbl cour. tho strength of tho wind Increased It so near the shore, although snmn rtl. endenvored to claw off tho lee shore.
to arrest him, determines to becomo J aRe and consummate nddress Into good would bo Impossible without Jeopardlz- tance to tho eastward of the town, that Morgan luffed tho ship through the
again a freebooter. 11 Ucnjamln Hor- f the Caribbean from tho massive Ing tho ship to come to anchor In tho they could sco tho surf breaking with heavy squalls which rose to tho vlo-
mgold, ex-pirate, who has been bitter tho captain to tho repentant man. exposed roadstead. They wouldfliavo tremendous force upon tho strip of ionco of a hurrlcano with consummato
ly wronged by Morgan, Joins tho for- cliffs that towel- above them. 'to run for It. Nay, more, they would Band. The officers and older men had '" Absolutely fearless, a master of
4 linns rt ,t. a tnlt.i In nclAn I aaaI. ah'. . ..... . ... .. .......,. a... ...baa n ..Inil It tnt ..-....-. ... . . a. ... 1.1a .. iuf ai.Ia. .. .11.1 aII ...I,.. . t. n ,
.-..v. u. ...c nun . u.uv. m .s uu ntimor. HUm ana SpiniS WCrO SerVCIl I1U w .-il. urn iw ow ..... . ... .-. UUBITVCU IIIC COUrSC OI mo Snip Willi '"" M"l."iuu, nu uiu oil "UII linn
opjKjrtunlty to wreak vengeance on I morally, work was light In fact, tho coast lino beyond La Ouayra turn- growing concern, but no ono had ven- h'P that mortal man could have done,
him. Ill and IV Having recruited af-nnc exrent tho necetsirv seaman's1 cd rnnldly to tho northward. turcd to remonstrate with- Morean yet their situation became moro and
duties were required of tno men, a I aiorgan was a uoui aim nimui mm- until old lien Hornlgold as a privileged more precarious, iney nau long sinco
though an hour or two every day wcro Incr, and ho held his courso parallel ( cnaractcr finally summoned his cour- paused La Ouayra. They had had a
employed In hard drill 'With swords, to tho land much longer than was prii-.Bg tand approached him. fleeting gllmpso of tho shipping In tho
small arms and great suns. In mar- dent. Ho was loath. Indeed, to aban- "Mark on rdiorc, Captain Morgin." harbor driving helplessly on shoro as
tlal exercises tho veterans wcro poMdon oven temporarily a design upon ho said, and when he made up his they dashed by under tho gray clouds
feet, and they assiduously endeavored which ho had determined, and as he mind ho spoke boldly. "Tho wind which had overspread tho sea. That
to Impart their knowledgo to the rest, had rapidly run down his southing In freshens. We'ro frightfully near, town was now hidden from them by a
It was Morcan's nlan to run boldly this brief crulso his determination had Should It como on tot hlow wp could bend of tho coast, and they found
i - .! At Ox.Hl.t. ' . m.la.l-onn.1 .. 1 1 a tlmiintit nf lila mm . . I. 1. 1 n V. !-,.. tn- a.-. I li nm a 11 t-nn In n it(
tho circumstances It was necessary for' "Forward thcrol" crl"-" the old buc
him to retain full control and direction cancer. And It was astonishing tho
of the ship; so. although ho reduced lorco nnd power with which he mada
sail to the lowest point, ho still spread himself heard In splto of tho roar of
a little canvas. tho wind and the smash of the sea.
Tho men wcro filled with npprchen- Oct the lee anchor off tho bona thero:
sion, not only for their lives, but for L'OllonolsT"
tho treasure they had captured, for "Ayo aye'"
they stood about a hundred chances to' "Ilun n hauser from the anchor lu
ono of losing tho ship. Each squall aft hero on tho quarter. We II club,
that swept down upon them was hard- haul the ship. Sco the cable clear for
cr than tho one before Each tlmo tho running''
vessel almost went over on her beam "Very good, sir'" cried the French-
ends, for Morgan would not lurf until man. summoning tho hardiest handi
tho last moment, slnco each time that and tho most Bkilitul to carry out hla
be did so and lost way temporarily ho commander's orders,
found himself driven bodily nearer tho "Itendy It Is, sir." answered Hornr-
land. Tho men would have mutinied gold, tightening his grasp on tho
had It not been patent to tho most stu- spokes and nodding his head to his su-
pld mind that their only salvation lay perlor.
In Morgan. Never had that villain ap- "To the braces, lads! Obey order
pcarcd to better advantago than when sharply! It's our last chance."
ho stood on the weather quarter otcr-, (To bo continued.)
looking tho ship, his long gray hair "
X"1., r'rtt The Mendicant: Matches sir; a
SJ"f..,7.tt! ra,n1 f man '" "'.KSr".!?. bZ yoTknSw1 ZTliX
wrong to match pennies?
crew of cx-plrates and other despera
does, Morgan seizes an English frlgata
nnd murders her crow. Off for tho
Spanish coast In search of treasure
V and VI In a desperoto action,
wherein are shown tho daring and re
sourcefulness of Morgan and tho cour
age of his men, ho defeats two Span
ish frigates and captures their convoy,
a treasure galleon carrying an abbess
and priests ns passengers. VII Mor
gan shows his qualities by heaving ov
erboard n mutineer nnd shooting down
a priest who attempts to save tho man.
To days later they mado n landfall
off tho terrific coast of Caras, where
the treo clad mountains soar Into tho
clouds nbruptly from the level of tho
ea, where the surf bents without In
termission even In tho most peaceful
weather upon the narrow strip of whlto
sand which separates the blue waters
In the Intencnlng time tho Bouth
sea buccaneers had picked up wonder
fully. These men. allured by. tho hopo
of further plunder under a captain
who had been so signally successful In
tho pant and In the present, constitut
ed a most formidable nuxlltary to Mor
gan's original crew. Indeed, with tho
exception of the old hands, they wcro
the best of the lot. L'Ollonols had
Into La Ouayra under tho Spanish been quickened by thQ thought of his not savo tho ship. You know how un
flag. No ono, could possibly taxo tno growing nearness 10 ino i-eari 01 i;a- ecamaniy tneso spanisn niims arc.
Almlranto Recalde for anything but a races until for5 tho moment lovo or "Hlghl you are, Hornlgold," answer
Spanish ship. There was no reason what ho called lovo had almost mado id Morgan, et frowning heavily,
for tulipecting the presence of nn cne-jhlm forget tho treasure In tho ship bo- "Curso this wind! We must claw off,
by. for Spain had nono In theso seas, ncalli ins rcct, ror tr.c rcan 01 uara- i suppose."
cas wag a woman, -yc, nnu ai once cricu iiornigoiu.
Mki-aaama. ,in in .i-iu-IiIa. nf tho "Sco, tho wind shifts already' It
If there were other ships In tho road
stead for the harbor of La Ouayra
was really nothlng"moro than nn open
road the buccaneer could easily dis
pose 6f them In their unprepared con
dition. Indeed. Morgan rather hoped
that thero might be others, for alter
viceroy of Venezuela, on her way homo blows Btra gnt from tno norm now
from Spain, where she had been at ' .""nnda by the braces there' h!i.-
school to Join her father, tho Count
Alvnro do Lara, In the vlco regal pal
oco at St. Jago do Leon, sometimes
hA Atintiirpil thrm ho would have al.nlln.l i.a aI... nr rA.AAAH i . m.
.... ..,-.... .. .-. .... UIIIVU UIU -, Ul rfUIUlUB, 111 .MU lllll .
greater force of guns to train upon tho valley on tho farther sldo of thoso tow-1
rorts 01 tne town, wnicn no oxpccicu crlng treo clad mountains tho Cor
to take without much difficulty, and diiiornn of tho shore had touched nt
then be governed In his maneuvers to- Jamaica. There Bho had been received
Ward Caracas by circumstances as W(th ,ju0 honor, ns became tho daugh
they arose. ,tcr of so prominent n personage, by
Two days after the capture of tho I the vlco governor and his wretched
galleon, then, with tho vtln fresh J wlfo. Morgan's heart had been In
from the northeast, on a gray, threat-j named by tho dark, passlonato beauty
enlng stormy morning, sho wbb run- f of tho Spanish maiden. It was only
nlng to tho westward along tho shore, by a sovcro restraint enjoined upon
A few hours at tneir present spceu himself by his position that ho nau re-
been admitted among tho officers on would bring them opposite La Ouayra, ' trained from abusing tho hospitality
themselves In n curious bight of land,
extending far Into the ocean In front
of them. Tho mountains here did not
no nearly approach the natcr line, and
from tho look of tho placo thero nn
pcarcd to be a shoal projecting Bomo
tllstanco Into tho ocean from tho point
abend. Some of tho buccaneers who
knew theso waters confirmed tho Indi
cations by asserting tho existing of
I in Bplto of all that Morgan could do
" . It wns qulto ovldcnt that they could
V" AITT"HOl?IT'V!not wont,lcr "10 s,,onl on l,lclr present
J r"LJ I 1 1 J 1 I " tack. Thero wan not sea room to wear
" and bear up on tho other tack. Tho
HOLIDAY NOTICE. I vessel, In fact, llko nil ships In thoso
days and especially Spanish galleons.
Notice Is hereby given that all Tcr- had n tendency to go to leeward llko a
rltorlal offices will be closed on Thurs- barrel, and only Morgan's resourceful
day, February 22nd, Washington's Renmnnshlp had saved them from tho
IT IS A FACT
Iluffalo (N. T ) Tlnws.
d Morgan, following, with npprchen-
Illrthday, which Is n legal holiday.
A. l.. u. a i iu.au..
Acting Governor of Huvwill.
Executive Ilulldlng, Honolulu, Feb
ruary 10. 1906.
3305 Feb. 12. 17. 20.
fatal embraces of tho shoro long since.
Tho ranvns she was carrying was moro
than Bho could legitimately bear In
such a hurricane. If thero had been
sea room Morgan would have stripped
her to bare poles long since, but under
life and his shin.
Hornlgold and Teach, grasping tho
wheel, assisted by two of tho ablest
seamen, were steering tho ship with
cxaulsltc nrcclslon. Sweat poured
Ifrom their hrows at the violence of
tho labor required to control the mas
sive holm. The men lay to windward
Jon the deck or grouped In clustcm
around tho masts or hung to tho llfo
I lines which had been passed In every
, tVrcctJIon. At Morgan's iftilo .stood
iVclscrs and Ilavcneau, prlmo seamen
"What think ye, gentlemen?" asked
Morgan, nt last pointing to the point
looming fearfully close ahead of
them. "Can wo weather It?"
"Nccr!" answered Do l.ussan, sha--Inir
M bend. "Well. It tins been a
hhort cruise and a merry ono. Pity
to lose our frclghtago and lives"
"And vou. Vclscra?"
"Vn " Ktilri thn rSorman. "It can't be i t,nnl.- IntArrntMl. nn lii wan a an-at suf
,lnn- 'whv illil we cor como to this i ''r' r hlinnclf from Dkilx'U-a li ltrii
clone, wny mil wc inr iuim- .u ..'i . lt lhlr ,.,.-,, .r tul,i n -nrcto.l hy-
fiiiranil rtrtriaf 7 I ii. is.tt,.n r'nitin.iiiii.li f. I tpitlit'm fMk.
"Ant thcrol" cried Morgan, think-1 row nnil llutc, nnd ho proeuml tho
i- ...i-i,i.. n.ntli.mi.n we'll club- tmitnunt for lilniw If. with tlio rrult Uit.
Ing quickly. 'Ocntlcmcn, won cum- tll rraln,. nnil Ivlln. int ntt-n.i tt.f
haul the ship." i heretofore Incurnlil illwniic eutlirljr ai-
"Tho water's too deep, my MP,,n;lVK!f,1"niJu'.lnI?" w"um''' 0l ,R',"m,'r"
to give holding ground to tho nnchor." c"y ',' ...p,.,, '"unX (,. mfmir nf tho
urged Ilacncau, shrugging his shoul-1 Tinu mart wh iTin"il th.' farm aii
. ' iknnus nf oncitli.T oi In thin city Mat If-
u(,rs. ylHdlmt to th mw trrntmrni
"It shoals yonder. I think, nnswer-1 That chnmle itriclit ii-whk nml Dla
nil Mnrirnn "We'll hold on until tho bflis. ilcn-imtl fatal Hie wotlil ntr, im
t!d Morgan. oii noin ra uiuu u.u now mrnJ (j( Coinrolln(,, ,il-nrr-t,
last minute nnd then try. , n ,, rrnnclscn hy l'rofcor Kutti-n f
'TIs wasted labor," growled Vet-' Iwlnit rstnlillnlinl Iktb nn well as In CSiM
nra I forntn llufTato Tlmr-.
"era- I nrn the nicrnts for the Fulton Oxs--
"And certain death to hold on, odd- pound rrftrr,-.! in nlm the onlv cun?
ivl thn Princhmnn -knon for Ilrlght's Dlnnns unit IWatw-trx
.... ..i . . i llecnwrles 87 T crnt lOml for fr-o
Have you nn thing else to propone, bookh-t.
llrs?" asked Morgan sharnlv. "Wc lip.NOI.UI.U DltL'tl CO. locnl .Mynth.
In lcw of the general llcf in the In
curability of chronic llrlghl's tl"io and
DlahrUB the Jno. J. lullon Co of Han.
lranclco wrotn un nskln. un to wml o.
n nrtni'iiintUo to Inter, lew three fiarttea In.
thin cliy, two of whom luvv revocretl andt
the llilnl In gettlnit well.
A number of our surf went to on- oC
the imrtlen nn JefTer-on Ht to Inxenilmlp.
lie in n burlntnn man. lie nao Ui n
IirHT tho follow Inn facts i
lie hail n frleml who wan no far encrt
nllh Dubetrn that Ix- mubl h.irilly mov-n
Uiter he wan nntonlnbetl to p.-e him tiatjo.
ngaln nt bl einpliiment Mrnnwhtt- hv
wife ile. eloi-i-d the name dln-a-m. LateT
h tim, wua nitaln about her il.ilty location
The iiuiinean man In qurpiion was in
,nn', 1..1, .hi. . - i -J n.t hen to aunpect nnvnia ientw
...... .nn mm. umiha. ,,. nn... .. WPUnn, or lonn nf weUht . ptiffy nnklenu
sea. There a no room to wear. Whata hamln or rjelbln. Dnipny. Khlney tro-We-
to do?" after tho thin! month urine may w
nn, a- n,j n ..A. iMillmenl. fnllln Mnlon. ilrownlncnsi oo
The men mado no answer. r mnr- nf thee.
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