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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1906.
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! Sir Henry Morgan,
I By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerntrr," "For Love
of Country," "The Grip of Honor," Etc. .
"" COPYRIGHT, IIHKI, UY U. V. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
! (Continued from Saturday)
CHAPTER 1 Sir Henry Morgnp.
former plrnte, having purchased Im
inunlty nnd knighthood from the klnx
of Enslnncl, hag reformed and has tiu
come vice governor of Jamaica. Ho la
deposed and, killing the officers sent
to arrest him, determines to bcconn
ngaln a freebooter. H Dcnjamln
Hornlgold, cx-plrate, who hag been
bitterly wronged by Morgan, Joins tho
fortunes of the latter In order to seek
n opportunity to wrenck vengeance
on him. lit and IV Having recruited
a crew of ex-pirates and other desper
adoes, Morgan seizes at English frig
'ate and murders her crew. Off for tho
Spanish coast In search of treasure. V
and VI In a desperation action,
wherein are shown the daring and re
lourcefulncss of Morgan and the corn
age of his men, he defeats two Spanish
flgateg and captures their convoy, a
treasure galcon carrying on nbess and
priests as passengers. VII Morgan
thows his qualities by heaving over
board a mutineer and shooting down n
priest who nttempts to save the man.
VIII Wrecked on the Venezuelan
coast, near La Guayra, to which city
Morgan Is attracted by Donna Mer
cedes de Lara, daughter of the viceroy
It had come! The old man, as a
last token of his respect, had nominat
ed him as a witness to the contract
which robbed htm forever of hope and
happiness. The young man went whlto
before tho keen eye of tho messenger,
who, In common with other officers of
the viceroy's court, suspected what
was, Indeed, concealed from no ono
rnye the father and lover. His heart
almost stopped Its beating, yet, sum
moning his resolution, ho recovered
himself, by an effort that left him
trembling, the sweat beading his fore
head. "Say to his excellency the viceroy
that I thank hi in for the honor he docs
toe. I shall wait upon him tomorrow
And obey his commands.'
$2000 Given Away in
A $1400 Auto; a $350 Piano, and
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a beautiful
Kroecer Piano purchased from
tho well-known piano dealers, Tho
"IWfrastvnin Mnein Co. Tta ensh
price is Sj350. Tho second prizotj
is ns handsome as tho first prizo
and is as useful nnd beautiful for
indoor entertainment ns the auto
is for outsido recreation. Tho
piano is full scalo of 7 1-3 octaves,
height 4ft. Gin., width 5ft. ajin.
Tho winner of tho piano may
chooso any color of wood or finish
made by the famous Kroegcr Pinnq
Company of Xcw York. A special
fenturo of this instrument is that
it is wired in such manner as to
withstand tho moisturo of our cli
mate. THE THIRD PRIZE Is a modern ne
cessity in every homo where
thoughtfulness for tho future has a
place it is an order on tho Henry
Wntorhouso Trust Co., Ltd., for a
$5000 policy in Tho Continental
Casualty Co. of Chicago. Tho pre
mium of this policy is $00.00 and
Alvarado was alone In tho cabinet of
tho viceroy, to which his rank ond tho
favor In which his excellency held him
gave him accere nt all times.
He had ridden nil dny over the
rough rood that winds over the moun
tains from Lb Guayra to Caracas, Tho
Worm which had rushed down the
mountain slilo all afternoon matched
the tumult In his soul, and the sheets
Df rain blown upon him by tho flrecc
Wind had not cooled tho fovcr of his
agitation. Tho unusual tempest was
one of tho mot terrific that had swept
over tho coast In years Ho had mark
ed ns he rode a huge ship far to sea
ward, stnggcring along under shorten
ed canvas and laboring tremendously
In the heavy teas. But his thoughts
wero so centered upon tho situation in
which ho found himself that ho had
not particularly noticed tho vessel, al
though passing ships were Infrequent
Bights off the port of La, Guayra. Pale,
haggard and distraught from his men
tal struggle, ho had crossed tho paBS
nt the summit of the mountain and de
scended Into the fertilo valley now
adrlp with rain and looking almost
cold under the gray sky and had pre
sented himself at the palaco of tho vi
ceroy. Ho had changed his apparel nftcr
his reception, and bis old sergeant had
polished his hrrastplnto until It fairly
blazid with light, for though tho occa
sion was one of peace ho had felt that
he could better sustain his part In the
military uniform In which he had won
his only title to consideration. Conse
quently his appearance In the brilliant
ly lighted hall of the palace among
the gay courtiers resplendent In mag
nificent nttlre, blazing with Jewels,
threw n somber note over the pro
"" It was as a soldier ho had won fame
and the consideration of tho viceroy;
In no other capacity, so far as any
matt knew, had he tho right to enter
that assemblage of tho rich and well
born. It was as a soldier he would
For many years the BUL.LETIIN has held prize contests to increase Interest amonfi: its old subscribers and to
add new readers to its list. The present contest Is the most ambitious prize project ever undertaken
bany newspaper in this country; the number, the value and the real merit of the prizes pldces this con
test in a class by Itself
How can the BULLETIN afford to do this? The answer is easy. The Evening: Bulletin achieved
the greatest prosperity of its existence in 1905it means to share this success with its patrons in 1906.
It not only aims to give the best of all news and publish the best newspaper in this country, but when
'it starts a prize contest it means to place it on a level wlh Its other features.
it liolils good for ono year, insuring
tlio life,- licnlth nnd bodily snfety
of tlio winner for flint iiorioil. This
is for a preferred risk, more haz
ardous risks in proportion.
THE FOURTH PRIZE Is a S50 !'
vcr "Punch 33ovl, purchased from
j. 1(. Counter, tlio lort street
jeweldr, who guarantees its quality
and will bo pleased to show it to
any person interested.
THE FIFTH PRICE Is an order to be
given by tho Bulletin Publishing
Co., Ltd., good for ?'10 worth of
merchandise nnd will bo honored
by any merchant who advertises in
iin pa nor. Tho winner of tho
prizo mny chooso tho storo nnd thu
THE SIXTH PRIZE Is a Domestic
Sewing Machine, for which the
Von ilnnim-Young Co. nro the
agents. It is a high-grade ma
chine, complete, useful and a wel
come addition to tho home.
The SEVENTH PRIZE Is a fine leath
or golf stick bag, rnwhido sowed,
mado by tho Bridgeport Gun 1m
plemcnt Co. and will contain n sot
of tlio very finest Willio Parke
sticks. This popular prizo is from
tho sporting goods department of
E. O. Hall k Son, Ltd., who will
select tho bag and sticks to suit tho
tasto of the winner.
THE EIGHTH PRIZE Is a handsome
,22 caliber Winchester Repeating
perform that hardest of all duties
v.hleli had ever been laid upon htm
by his friend and patron, tho gavor-(or.
Pale, stern, composed, he stood an
iron figure of repression. So severe
was the constraint that ho put upon
himself that ho had given no sign of
his (.motion, even nt the nenr np-
pronen of Donna Mercedes, mid tho
hatid which signed his name beneath
her father's ns tho principal witness
wus as steady as If it held merely tho
sword In somo deadly combat. He op-
ilmed passively the affectionate groit
lngs of tho happy Do Tobar, who was
Intoxicated at tho assurance nrroniea
by tho betrothal of tho coming reall
cation of nil his hopes. He sustained
with firmness the confidence, of tho
viceroy and the admissions Do Lara
niado to mm in private ot nis pleas
ure In tho sultablo and fortunate nnr
tlage which was thero arranged. Ho
ovm boro without breaking one long,
plli ous nppcal which had been shot
111 in from tho black eyes of tho 'in-
To her he seemed prclernaturally
cold and Indifferent. He was so
strcng, so brave, so successful. S'ic
l.iid counted upon somo InterposKt-m
fioin him. .ut the snow capped At
des were no colder than he appeared,
th.lr granite sides no more rigid .ml
tirsympathetlc. It was with n feci
Ing almost of anger nnd resentment
at last that she had signed tho be
Dut the restraint on the man was
more than he could bear. Pleading In
disposition, ho early begged leave to
withdraw from the festivities which
succeeded the completion of tho be
trothal ceremony and tho retirement
of the ladles. At tho suggestion of
the viceroy, who sold ho desired to
consult with hltn later In the evening,
he went Into tho deserted cabinet of
The nalace was built In the form of
a quadrangle nround an open patio. A
balcony ran along tho second story, I
passing tho viceroy's cabinet, beyond
which was his bedroom nnd beyond I
that the apartments of his daughter.
The rain had ceased nnd the storm
had spent Itself. It was a calm and
beautiful -night. Tho moon, shining
with trople splendor through tho open
window, dispensed with the necessity
of lights. There was no ono In tho
cablret when ho entered, nnd ho felt
at Inst nblo to give way to his emo
tion. Mercedes, though she was not
married, was now lost to him beyond
recourse. fter tho women withdrew
from tho Tiall with Donna Mercedes
there was no restraint put upon tho
young nobles, nnd from tho other
side of the palto came the sound of
uproarious revelry and feasting, his
friends nnd comrades with generous
cheer felicitating the happy bride-
r. Tho nnino this gun bears I
enrncs witli it nil unit is goou nnd .5
dcpcudnhle in small nrms. This
vnlunblo prizo mny bo seen at tho
up-to-date sporting goods storo of
Woods k Sheldon.
THE NINTH PRIZE Is a 24-lneh
gold-trimmed, leather-lined sole-
leather suit case.
The JENTH PRIZE Is a 8tyte A Ko
dak Developing Machino from the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prizo is in a handsome wooden
coho and is part of tho 1000 outfit
of ovory nmatour photographor
who desires tho best pictures with
tho least work.
The largest mcrchandlso store In nil tlio
Wlllnmeito Vnlley Is that of Jaium OrniK,
In Hlhcrton. OrrRon. Anil Mr. I'rnlB Is
lint only n lila merchant, he Is n tiiuian-
throplst ok well He takes n Riniilm in-
trr.fi in the welfnra of his neighbors, ns
tin. wwjh. Cm(r
Uiwrnl Merchandise j
... , .ll'.VJ!?? ?.r? &- Ji8, 18"5- .
JNO J rUI.TON CO. (lentlemui l'i
would llko inn to mml mo n bunch of your.
piinini is. i can scnu mis oi
tn our local drugRlst, ns I nm A
Hover In your euro for llrlsM's Dliwnsr,
linn tn tlin rnllntvlnir : Tho Inrnl tthil.
cinq Kno a yntinic Tndy up ns Incurable
uer miner urouaiu a immpniri nr vours nne v,, ot tiasslonlesg of tho henv.
to mo for my ndtlce. I found I knew Hoi1'1. '" ",. p,l ,,',;, oi mo nea
of thorn- lioc nnmrs wrro (then. vis. en heavenly, yet with Just enough of
Ilx-U. 8. Bub-Treasurer Ppauldins; nnd Dr. I earthly feeling in her eyes to attest
Zcllo. I wroto Spnuldlng. Ills reply wns'that shn was n vorv wnmnn nflor nil
so sntlsfactory Hint the joung lady's fa!li-;,n" ?,, ," If. T . .? u
er ordered six bottles, lleforo she hnd tin- noti '10 rtlca, catching her
tailed tuo she wns out driving, nnd todnv Lefli.. nn,t ,irnwtnE her linrk
Is teaching school In Arizona, hearty nnd nKS'" nml lra"ln8 " uacK.
well. I lml dnnn loin of tnlklni for v,.u UOno Wero MS resolutions. Shatter
this pn't four yenrs. nnd n good m.iny of ,cil was his determination, broken was
my customers who have bwn nffllctr.l nrn...,. ro.lslnnrp. Hlin wns horn liefnro
well. The reason thnt I nm wrlllnir thin
. -jnc reason mm i nm wriiinir mm '
int nnnther one wnnts to start lakini;,
compound and wnnts to rend up on
Did you ever henr of anything else In
nil the norld thnt wns ro effective thnt
business men would go ntnonsr their nelsh
bors nnd urge them to tnke ItT
Wo solemn!- declare to ypu thnt Ilrlght'
Disease nnd Diabetes arc now cnrnblr In
ntmut 87 Per cent, of nil enses bv Fulton's
Compounds. Hend for free tiooklet to Jno.
J. llilton Co, 4S9 Wnthlnston Ht . Kan
I-'rnnclseo. or to HONOLULU IlltUU CO,
groom that was to be. Alvarado was
alone, undisturbed, forgotten, nnd
likely to remain so. Ho put his head
upon hi shands and groaned in an
guish. "Why should It not have been I?"
ho murmured. "Is ho stronger, brnv
er, a better soldier? Docs he lovo her
more? Itlcheg? Can I not acquire
them? Fame? Havo I not n largo
measure? lllrth? Ah, that Is It' My
fathtr! My mother! If I could only
know' How sho looked nt met Whnt
piteous appeal In her eyes' What re
proach when I stood passive, rased In
Iron, with a breaking Heart' Mer
tn his nngutsh he called the name
aloud. So absorbed and preoccupied
In his grief had ho been thnt ho was
not nwaro of a figure softly moving
nlong the balcony In the shadow. He
did not hear n footfnll coming
through the open window that gave In
to the room. Ho did not realize that
he had an auditor to his words, n
witness to his grief, until a touch
sofo ns n snow flail e fell upon his fair
head and n voico for which ho lan
guished whispered in his car
"You called me. I am come."
"Scnlorltn Mercedes!" ho cried, lift
lriK Iilit head and ftazinj; upon her In
THE FIRST PRIZE Is a 190S Reo Touring Car of 16 horse
power, seating five people nnd solU for Sjl'100. It wai
bought by Tin: Hui.i.kti.v from tho pioneer nuto firm of Ha
waii, iTlie Von llnnim Young Co. Tho 15eo Car is tho now
est nnd best two-cylinder cur on tho market. Its graceful
Hues, handsome finish, beautiful body and up-to-tho-minuto
improvements lnnko tho It"o tho Hello of tho Auto World,
Dr. Anderson of Honolulu bought tlio first ono brought into
tho Territory and says "it is the finest cor I evor snt in
running without noiso nnd keeping up n high, constant speed
up hills that would simply hold-up an ordinary ahto."
Tho winner of this magnificent prizo will bo known as
tho most popular person in tho Territory of Hawaii.
The Contest Is
OPEN TO EVERYBODY
The Persons turning in the greatest number of
votes will be
I startled surprise. "Horn eamo you I bo taken Into tho nrms of another?
here?" ho added brusquely, catching Dut no; I shall dlo before that hap
her hands with a fierce grnsp In tho pens."
Intensity of his emotion as ho spoke, j "Donna Mercedes," cried the unhap
l "Is this my greeting?" sho answer- py joung man, "I love thee, I adore
on, surprised in turn inai no nan noi
llnstnntly swept her to his heart.
She strovo to draw herself away,
and when ho perceived her Intent ho
nnn.i i.i. hnmU nrwl ntlnwnt hr.r
opePed Ills nanus and nuoweu uer
arms to fall by her slda.
"I have been mistaken," sho went
on plteously "I am not wanted-
Sho turned away and stood full in
tho silver bar of tho moonlight stream
,ur-,,Ji, n,. ,... it. ,i,n.
'"B through tho casement. Her white
en or your -" .. e, v .....-.... - .,...,
curtoimrsifacc shone In tho light against tho
'nuL'r llar! background of tho lingo empty
room that faco with Its nureolo of
Igoft, dark hair, tho face of a saint,
:.- .. . . . .. . .
him; at all hazards ho would detain
her. They wero alono almost for tho
flrst l line In their lives. It wns night;
tho balmy wind blew softly; tho moon
light enveloped them. Such nn oppor
tunity would never como ngaln.
"I heard you," sho murmured, sway
ing toward him. "I heard. You seem
ed to bc--sufferlng. I do not know
why something drew mo on. You
whispered you wero spenking I
listened. I camo nearer. .Was your
peart breaking too? Despise me!"
Sho put her face In her hnnds. Ilhcr0 8ho wnK hl, arnl lvnp
was a confession sho made. A wavo.)rcntnnB( vunj, passionate figure, her
of shamo swept over her. n(iart beating ngalust his own, plead-
"Dcsplso you? Ah, God help me, I
And this tlrr.o he gathered her in his
arms and drew her bnck Into tho deep
"And you wero so cold," sho whis
pered. "I looked at jou. I begged you
with all my soul beforo I signed. You
did nothing, nothing! Is thero no
"Host love mci
"With nil my soul," sho answered.
"Lowly perhaps Ignobly born"
"Nay, loo, theso arc mere words to
me. Illch or poor, high or low, noblo
ur Ignoble, thou only hast my heart. It
bents and throbs only for thee. 1 hnvo
thought upon thee, dreamed ujion thee,
loved thee. I cannot marry Don ro
ups. I, too, have the pride ot tho Do
I.aras. My father shall find tt. I sign
ed Hint contract under duress. You
would do nothing. Oh, Alvarado, Al-
tnrntln, wilt thou stand by and let mo
and Best Contest
8 other Splendid
.. "CI rITn J.HjajI
tnco, I worship thee with nil my heart
and soul! Wero It not n coward's act
t would havo plunged my dagger Into
my breast ero I' witnessed that betro
"Thou shouldst first have sheathed
tt In mine," sho whispered. "Hut
couldst Ilnd no better use for thy wen
con than that?"
"Would you have mo kill Don Fe
lipe?" "N'o, no, but defend me with It.
There nro hidden recesses In the
Mountains. Your soldiers worship you.
Take mo away, away into the undis
covered countries to the southward. A
continent Is before you. Wo nlll find
t new Mexico, carve out a new Peru
tvltli your sword, though I want noth
Ing but to be with you, ulono with you,
oiy soldier, my lover, my king!"
''Dut your plighted word?"
"TIs nothing. My henrt was plight
ed to you. That is enough. Let us go.
We may never havo the chance again,"
tho urged, clinging to him.
A fearful struggle was going on in
Aharado's breast. What she proposed
was the very thing he would havo at
tempted were the circumstances other
than they were. Hut his patron, his
Irlenil. his military duty, his honor as
a soldier the sweat headed his fore
head again. Ho hnd made up his mind
at tho betrothnl to give her up. He had
abandoned hone: he had put aside pos
sibilities, (or he could see none. Hut
ling with him to take her away. Here
Inns lovo with all Its witchery, with all
Its magic, with all its power, attacking
tho defenses of his heart, and the wo
man whom ho adored ns his very life.
. lib. all the passion In his being, was
urging. Imploring, begging him to tnke
her nway. He was weakening, waver
Ing, and the woman who watched him
realized It and added fuel to the Manic.
"Tho loo I bear your father'" he
"Should It bind whero mine breaks'
I nm his daughter."
"And Don l-'ellpo Is my personal
"And my bzetrothed, but I lirsllntc
"My. oath ns a sotdler"
"And initio ns a woman."
"Oh, Alvarado, jou love me not'' sho
cried. "These are the strongest I have
dreamed n dream. Lend me join dag
ger. Thero shall ho n n awakening.
Without you I ennnot bear"
As sho spoke she plucked the dag-
'cor from tho belt of tho oung Hold lor
Rules of the Contest
Tho contest opens Thursday
February 1, nnd will eloso ut'fi
o'clock p. in. June 11), 100(1.
WHO MAY ENTER
Anyone- mny enter except per
sons or anyone in tho ii'nmcdinto
family of any person in tho regu
lar employ of Tho Bulletin Pub.
jiiring una couicsi n new suu
scribor will l;o understood to bo
any person who has not been regu
larly served with Tun Daii.v or
Wi:i:i;i.v Bui.u:ti.v for thirty
days prior to February 1, 1000.
Transfers from onp member of a
household to another will not bo
allowed, and all names handed in
as ATciy must lie subject to investi
gation before votes aro .allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
Tho final count will be mado bv
threo judges, selected from among
those having no interest in Tin:
BuLLrriN and no nctivo interest
in Any one of the candidates. Tho
vote will bo announced by the
judges and tho prizes awarded ac
cording to their findings, there be
ing io appeal. Subscription ac
counts and everything pertaining
to tho contest will bo open to their
NO TRAN8FER OF VOTES
0, , ... uaiiy 1 year ViHQ 3000
nly ono namo can ho wnttcnjoaliy months 4.oo 1200
m any iiaiiot, and transfers of
otcs from ono eandidato to unoth -
er will net be allowed.
lifted tho point gleaming In the moon
light and raised It to her heart. He
caught It Instantly.
"No, no!" ho cried. "Give hack tha
The ponlardifoll from her hand.
"Thou hast taken mo; I thank thee,"
the murmured, thinking the battle won
ns he swept her oncn moro In his
urms. This tlmo ho bent his head to
her upturned faro and pressed kiss
niter l.lss upon the, trembling II pi. It
wns tho first time, and they abandon
ing themselves to their transports with
All the flro of their long restrained pas
sion, "And is this the honor of Captain
Alvarado." cried a stern voire as the
viceroy entered the room "my officer
in whom I trusted? Death nnd fury!
Donna Mercedes, what do you here?"
"The fault Is mine,'' said Alvarado,
stepping between the woman ho loved
and her infuriated father. "I found
Donna Mercedes In tho cabinet when
I rame In. Sho stroro to fly. I ds
talned her by force. I poured Into
her car a talc ot my guilty passion.
Mine is tho fault. Sho repulsed me.
She drove me off."
"The dagger at your feet?"
"Sho snatched It from mo and sworo
to bury It In her heart unless I left
her. I alone am guilty."
"Thou villain! Thou false friend!"
shouted the viceroy, whipping out his
sword. He was besido himself with
(fury, but there was a characteristic
touch of magnanimity about his next
action. So handsome, so splendid, so
l oblc. In spite of his degrading confes- '
Ion. did the young man look that ho
paw him n chance.
"Draw your sword. Captain Alvara
do, for ns I live I shall run you.
Alvarado'a hand went to his belt; lie
unclasped It and threw It aside.
"There lies my sword. I nm dishon
ored." he cried. "Strike, nnd end IC
(To be continued)
Two women, In lighting n picnic fir a
on the slopes of Waterman Mountain.
I San Bcrnnrdlna county. California, tho
other day, discovered asphaltiim de
posit. A rush followed. 20.000 ncrc3
li.tv been located and an oil boom Is
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