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EVBNINO DULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1906.
Sir Henry Morgan,
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerner;," "For Love
of Country' "The Grip of Honor," Etc.
COPYRIGHT. IDO.'l, BY (J. W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
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CHAPTI2U I Sir Henry Morenn.i "Is this true, Captain AlvaradoV
former pirate, having purchased Im i "Would the had not Raid o," an
in unity and knlghtnood from the klni! snered the young roan gloomily,
of England, has reformed and has be-l "iB It true"
come vlco governor of Jamaica. Ho l! ,.r cannol dny m or( and yet
' ?nrre'1 hSl,,",m,,,e,,,i0n.?:. Point of yielding. Had you not come
Hornlgold, cx-plrnto. who hag been
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bitterly wronged by Morgan, Joins tlm
fortunes of the latter In order to seek
an opportunity to wrcack vengeance
on blm. Ill and IV Having recruited
a crow of cx-plratet and other detper-
adocs, Morgan teltes nn English frig-
ate nnd murders her crew. Off for tho 'love In thine own day, my father? Did
Spanish coast In tearch of treasure. V nt never feel that lite Itself were as
and VI In n desperation action, 'nothing compared to what beats and
wherein aro shown tho daring and re. throbs here?"
sourccfulncss of Morgan and the cour-l ...., nnir Fnllno'"
lt.n(lil,m.n ho .l.fonl. Inn Qnnnlah I "'1 """ 1JJV .
flgateg and captures their convoy, nl "1Ie J f'11"".1 fctntleman. I love
treasure galeon carrying nn abess and II1"1 no1, n "
priests as passengers. VII Morgan I "Prets your daughter no further,
shows his qualities by heaving over-'Don Alvaro. She Is bcsldo herself,"
board a mutineer and shooting down a gasred out Aharado hoarsely. "Tts
priest who nttempts to save the man. all my fault. I loved her so deeply
VIII Wrecked on the Venezuelan that she caught the feeling In her own
coast, near La Guayra. to which city, heart. When I am gone tho will forget
Morgan is nttrncted by Donna Mer- me. You have raised me from obscur-
ccues ue uara, uaugnter or tno viceroy
(Continued from Saturday)
"Not sol" screamed Mercedes, who
had heard as If In a daze. "He hath
not told the trnth. Ho hath lied for
me. I alone am guilty. I heard him
Iralng here In the still night, nnd I
came In, not he. I threw myself Into
his arms. I begged him to tako me
nwa Ho spoke of his lovo and friend
ship for jou, for Don Felipe, his honor,
his duty. I did Indeed seize tho dan
cer, but because though he loved mc
ho would still be true. On my head be
tho shame Honor this gentleman, my
father, as I lote him."
Sho flung herself at her father's feet
and caught his hand.
"I love him!" she sobbed. "I love
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THE 8ECOND PRIZE Is a beautiful
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and is ns useful and beautiful for
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cessity in every homo where
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place it is an order on the Henry
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, nhnnl.l hnVA rrrtnn ntofiv"
'Yet you had refused?
"I I heltated."
"Refuted my daughter! And you.
Fhamelets girl, jou forced )oursc)f up-
on him threw yourvclf Into his arms?
"Yet. I loved him. Didst never
ty; you have loaded me with honor;
you have given me every opportunity.
I will be true. I will be faithful to you.
'Twill be death, but I hope It may
como quickly. Misjudge mo not, sweet
lady. Happiness smiles not upon my
passion; tadness marks mo for her
own. I pray 'twill bu but for a little
space. Give mo some work to do thai
I may kill sorrow by losing my life, my
lord. And thou. Donna Mercedes, for
get me and be happy with Don Kelt
"Never, novcr!" cried the girl.
Sho rose to her feet and canio ncarei
to him. Her father stood by as If
stunned. She laid her arms around
Alvarado't neck. Sho looked Into bor
"You love mo and I lovo you. What
matters anything else?"
"Oh. my lord, my lord," cried Alva
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THE FOURTH PRIZE U a $50 'li
ver Punch I3owl, purchased from
jr. . Counter, tho Fort street
jeweler, who guarantees its quality
nnd will 'ho plcnseu to show it to
any person interested.
THE FIFTH PRICE It an order to be
civen by tho Bulletin Publishing
Co., Ltd., good for ?'10 worth of
murchanvugn and will bo honored
by any merchant who ndvertiscs in
this paper. I ho winner 01 the
prizo may chooso tho storo and tho
THE SIXTH PRIZE Is a Domestic
Sewing Machine, for which the
Von llamni-Youiig Co. nro the
agents. It is. a high-grwjo ma
chine, complete, uoful mid a wol
como addition to tho home.
The 8EVENTH PRIZEIt a fine leath.
er golf stick bag, rawhide sewed,
mado by tho Bridgeport Gun Im
plement Co. and will contain n set
of tho very finest Willie Parke
sticks. This popular prizo is from
tho .sporting goods department of
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., who will
select tho bag and sticks to suit tho
taste of tho winnor.
THE EIGHTH PRIZE: (1 a handtomwhq desires tho best pictures with
.22 caliber Wincho8torliB;eatitig
rado, staring at tho viceroy, "kill mo,
I prny, and end It nil!"
"Thou mutt first kill met" cried
Mercedes, extending her arms across
her lover's breast,
"Donna Mercedes," said her fathct,
"thou hast put such shame upon the
name and fame of De Lara as It hatn
never borne In BOO years. Thou hast
becu betrothed to nn honorable gentle
man. It Is my will that tha compact bo
"Oh. my Ood, my flod." cried the un
happy girl, sinking Into a chair, "will
thou permit such things to bo 7
"And, Alvarado," went on the old
mun, not heeding his daughter's pile-
oii.i prayer, "I know not thy parentage
nor to what station thou wert born,
but I have marked you from that day
when, after Panama, they brought you
a baby Into my house. I hate watched
you with prldo and Joy. Whatever re
sponslbillty I havo placed before you,
you havo met It. whatever demand
that hard circumstances havo mado
upon you, you havo overcome It. For
every test there counts a victory. You
havu done tho state and me great serv
ice, none greater than tonight. With
such a temptation before thee, that
few men that I have come In contact
with In my long life could have resist
rd, jou have thrown It aside. You and
Your honor havo been tried and not
round wanting, Whatever ou may
have been, I know you now to bo th
finest thing on earth, a Spanish gentle.
man' Nay. with such evidence of your
character I could, were It possible
have set aside the claims of birth and
"Oh, my father, my father!" Inter
ruiited the girl Joyously,
"And have given you Donna McrcL
des to wife."
"IM 'tis too late. Tho betrothal has
been made, the contract signed. My
won! Is passed. In solemn attestation
before our holy church I have prom
Ised to give my daughter to Don Kcllpo
de Tobar Nothing can be urged
against the match"
"Hut lovo," Interjected Mercedes.
"That Is wanting."
"It seems to," returned tho viceroy.
"And et where duty and honor de
mand, love Is nothing. Donna Merce
des, thou hast broken my heart. That
a Spanish gentlewoman should have
shown herself so bold! I could punish
thee, but thou art mlno all. I nm an
old man. Perhaps thcro Is somo ex
cuse In love, I will tay no more. I
will e'en forgtvo thee, but I must have
your words, both of ou. that thcrt
Lshall be no more of this; that no other
T..-.....I n .. ..a .. I I . .. ,1.. n.V-na. at.nl!
will ui uiiviliuii lui luv umvi ".mil
pass cither lip forever, and that you
Rifle. Tho iinmo tliij gun bears
carries with it all that is good and
, j,,, , 8mn,i nrJa, Thia
viiliiablo prizo may bo seen at tho
up-to-date uporting goods storo of
Woods & Sheldon.
THE NINTH PRIZE li a 24-lneh
gold-trimmed, leather-lined sole-
lenther suit ensc.
The TENTH PRIZE It a Style A Ko-
dak Developing Machino from the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prize is in a handsomo wooden
case and is part of tho 1000 outfit
of overy amateur photographer
$'VV fi M W? r ' '
will bo forever silent about tho event
of this night."
"Speak thou first, Captain Aharado,"
tald the girl.
"You havo loved me," cried tho
young man, turning toward Donna Mer
cedes, "and you have trusted me, bow
Ing to the old man. "Here are two
appeals. Ood help me, I cannot hcsl
tnte Thou shall havo ray word. Would
this wcro thn last from my lips."
"And ha could promise; he could say
It'" walled tho broken hearted woman.
"Oh, my father, he loves mo not' I
have been blind I I promise theo on
tho I onor of a Do Larat I have leaned
upon a broken rcud. '
"Never," cried tho old man, "hatb
ho leved theo so truly and so grandl)
as at this moment."
"It may be, it may be," sobbed tho
girl, reeling as sho spoke. "Tako mo
away. Tig moro than I can bear."
Then sho sank prostrate, senseless,
between tho two men who loved her,
"We must havo assistance," cried
the viceroy In dismay, "Alvarado, do
you go and summon"
"Into the women's apartments, my
"Nay, I will go. Watch you hero,"
answered the old man, promptly run
nlng through the window and out on
tho balcony toward tho apartments ol
his daughter. He wont quickly, but
making no noise, for ho did not wish
the events of tho evening to become
Left to himself, Aharadj, resisting
tho temptation to tako tha prostrate
form of his lovo In his arms and cover
her cold faco with kisses, knelt down
by her sldo and began chafing her
hands. He thought It nn breach of pro
prlcly to murmur her name. Indeed,
he could not keep tho words from hi
lips. Almost Instantly tho viceroy de
parted thcrd wtrs a commotion In tho
oute." hall. There v,as a knock on the
door, repeated once and again, and bo
foro Alvarado could determine upon a
courto of action Don Kcllpo burst Into
the room, followed by Srnorn Agaplda,
the duennn of Donna Mercedes.
"Your excellency," crltd thn old wo
man In agltntlon, "I missed tho scnlo
jltn. I have searched"
"Hut who Is this?' interrupted De
Tobar, stepping over to where Alvara
do still knelt by the prostrate girl.
'"TIs riot the viceroy'" He laid his
lirnd on tho other rnan's shoulder and
recoiled In surprise.
"Dominique!" ho exclaimed. "What
do jou hero, and who
"There lies tho Donna Mercedes!
shrieked the duenna.
'Uho Is hurt?" asked Kcllpo. for tho
irnmcnt his surprise at the presence
of AIarado lost In his anxiety for; rile
Vfet-J- - -
THE FIRST PRIZE It a 190J Reo Touring Car of 16 hone
power, scuting five people and sells for ?l'iOO. It wai
bought by Tun Bui.i.i:ti.v fioiu tho pioneer auto firm of Ha
waii, The Von llnmm Yo ing Co. Tho Hco Car is tho now
est and best two-cylinder car on tho market. Its graceful
lined, handsonio finish, beautiful body and iip-to-the-minuto
improvements make tho Beo tho Hello of tho Auto World.
Dr. Anderson of Honolulu bought tho first one brought into
tho Territory nnd says "it is tho finest car I ovor sat in
running without noiso and keeping up a high, constant speed
li) hills that would simply hold-up an ordinary auto."
Tho winner of this mnguilicent prizo will bo known as
tho moH popular person ia tho Territory of Hawaii.
The Contest Is
OPEN TO EVERYBODY
The Persons turning in the greatest number of
votes" will be the winners,
"I know not," answered the distract
ed old woman.
"She IIvch," said Alvarado, rising to
his feet and facing his friend. "She
tMh but fainted."
"Water!" said Scnora Agaplda.
Iloth men started Instantly to hand
her tho carafe that stood on a tablo,
rear ny. uon rciipc wag nearer nnj
got it first.
Scnora Agaplda loosened tho dress .
nf tho young woman nnd sprinkled her
face nnd hands with the water, laying
her head back upon the floor as sho did
so, nnd In a moment tho girl opened !
her eyes. In tho darkness of the room, ;
for no lamp had as yet been lighted,
sho had not recognized In her bcwll
dorment who was bending over her,
for Alvnrado had forced himself to
draw back, yielding his place to Do
Tobar as If by right.
"Alvarado!" she murmured.
"Sho lives," said Don Felipe, with
relief and Jealousy mingled In his
volep, and then he turned and faced
tli a other.
'And now, Srnor Alvnrado, perhaps
jou will be able to explain how you
eaniu to be hero alono at this hour of should go to the women's apartments;
night with my betrothed and why shall left them together."
calls they name! By 8t Jago, sir, I "Alone?" queried De Tobar.
hav you dared to offer vlolenco to
Ills hand went to his sword. To
draw It was the work of a moment.
Ha menaced tho young soldier with
tho point. I
"1 could kill you as you stand
th"r!" ho cried In growing rage. "Hut
the memory of our ancient friendship
tiara my hand. You shall havo a
chance. Where Is your weapon!"
"Strlko, It It please you. I want
nothing but death," nnswered Alvara
do, making no effort to defend him
self. "Hast deserved It at my hands,
then?" exclaimed tho now Infuriated
"Stay!" Interrupted the vlreroj-, re
entering tho room, "What moans this
assault upon my captain? Donna Mer
cedes?" "She revives," snld tho duenna
"la It thou, sonora?" said the vice
roy. "I sought theo unavalllngly."
"Your highness," said tho old wo
man, "I missed the scnorlta and found
"And how camo j-ou unbidden into
my prlvnto cabinet, Don I-ellpc?
"Miur oxccllcncy, Bonora Agaplda
found me In tho corridor. Sbewasdls
fraught over her lady's absence. Wo jou.' Hut this scene Is too much for
knoiked. Thero was no answer. Wojme 1 cannot benr It. Help me hence,
entered. I cravo your paruon, but It Nny. neither of jou gentlemen. With
Va well I came for I found my be
trotbtd and my best friend alono
hero" ho pointed gloomily. "A Span
sh gentleman alone at this hour of tho
"Sllcnco!" thundored tho viceroy
and Best Contest
8 other Splendid Prizes
mL V TJ
"Wouldst asperse my daughter's
name? Darest thou Ily heaven, jou
bold A weapon In your hand. I am old,
but. Ouard thyself!" he called, whip
ping 'out his sword with astonishing
I cannot fight with jou," said Do
Tobar, lowering his point.
"The Donna Mercedes Is ns putc as
Iicafln," asserted Alvarado.
"Then why did jou bid me strike
nJ "i"""1 defenseless a moment
Uttatisc I lovo her and sho Is
'0.".r.''' , .. . . . . , .
""" shouted De Tobar. "Take
HJ, . J .
"8tay," broke In the old viceroy
julckly. "Keep silent, Alvarado. Let
mc tell It all. I am her father I would
consult with tho captain upon the jour
ney nf the morrow and other matters
of Ute. With us here was my dough
Icr. la there aught to provoke thy
(eatousy or rage In this? Overcome
by r the events of the day, the
fainted. One of us had to go for aid
Twos not meet that the joung man
aip. ninni rnn , mv .innchtnr.
X)a Lara, and the was senseless. The
other was almost my ton. 1 knew him.
Ha had proved himself. I could trust
'Your excellencj'. I thank ou'"
cried Alvarado. seizing tho hand of
tho old nobleman and earring U to his
"You tald jou loved her," said Do
Tobar, turning to Alvarado
"And to I do," nnswered Alvarado.
'Hut who could help It? It Is an In
fortlon I have caught from my friend.'
"Have j-ou spoken words of love to
ber? Havo j-ou pleaded with her? Did
jou meet here by appointment?"
"Don Felipe," cried Donna Mcrrpilw,
who had kent silent at first, hardly
tnmprehcndlng, and then holding her
breath nt the denouement, 'In ar tm '
Captain Alvarndo's manner to me has
been coldness Itself naj, he scarcely
manifested the emotion of a friend "
She spoko with a bitterness nnd re
tentment painfully apparent to Alva
rado, but which In his bewilderment
Don Felipe did not discover.
"I swear to J'iiii, scnor," sho went on
'cunningly, "until this hour I never
hard him tay those words. 'I love
Benora Agaplda k aid I can mnuage
Farewell. When jou wish to claim
me. Don Feline the betrothal shall bo
carried out, nnd I shall be yours Good
Do Tobar sprang afler her anil
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Tho contest opens Thursday
February 1, and will closont 5'
o'clock j). 111. .Tune 10, 1900.
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caught her hand, railing It respectful
ly to his lips.
"Now, scnor," h cried, turning back,
"wo can discuss this question unhin
dered by tho presence of the lady. You
raid you loved her. How daro you, a
man of no birth, whoso very namo ta
an assumption, lift jour eyes so high?"
"This from jou, my friend'" cried
Aharado, whiter than ever at this in
"Sir," Intfrpoiod the voice of tho
vlccroj', "restrain j-ourseli TIs truo
wo know not the blr'h or name of tfilii
joung man whom I have honored with
my confidence, upon whom you havo
bestowed jour friendship, hut he hath
ever shown himself and I hate watcb
hd him from his jouth a gentleman, a
Spanish gentleman whom all might em
ulate, ou wrong mm deeply
"Hut ho loved her."
"What of that7" answered tho vlco
foy. (To be continued.)
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