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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., FRIDAY, MAUCH 16, 1906.
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I Sir Henry
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southcrneri," "For Love
of Country," "The Grip of Honor' Etc
COPYRIGHT. 1003, UY 0. W.
(Continued from Saturday)
CHAI'TEIl I Sir Henry Mortar,
former plritte, having purchased Ira
rnunlty and knlglitnood from the kln
of England, hag reformed and has be
come vice jtovernor of Jamaica. Ho U
deposed and, killing the officers sent
to arrest him, determines to become
ngaln a freebooter. II Ilcnjamln
Hornlcold. ex-Dlrnte. who has been
bitterly wronged by Morgan, Joins inn
fortunes of the latter In order to sect!
an opportunity to wreack vengeance
on htm. Ill nnd IV Having recruited
a crew of ox-plrates and other desper
adoes, Morgan seizes an English frig
ate and murders her crow. Off for tho
Spanish coast In search of treasure. V
end VI In n desperation action,
wherein nre shown tho daring and re
sourcefulness of Morgan nnd the cour
age of his men, lie defeats two Spanish
flgates and captures their convoy, a
treasure galeon carrying an nbess and
priests ns passengcis. VII Morgan
thows his qualities by heaving over
board a mutineer and shooting down a
priest who nttempls to save the man.
V1II Wrecked on the Venezuelan
coast, near I-i Otiayrn, to which city
Morgan Is attracted by Donna Mer
cedes de Lara, daughter of tho viceroy
"Aye." cried Alvarado, "I do love her
and that I make no secret of It from
you proves tho sincerity of my' soul.
Who could help loving her, and much
less a man In my position? For. In so
jar as was proper In a maiden, sho has
been kind to me since I was n boy. I
Cherish no hopes, no dreams, no ambi
tions. I locked my passion within my
breast and determined to keep It there
though It killed mo. Tonight, with
her helplessness nt my feet, thrown on
my pity, It was wrung from me, but 1
swear to you by my knightly honor, by
that friendship that hath subsisted be
tween us of old, that from this hour
those words shall never pass my lips
The BULLETIN'S Latest
$2000 Given Away in
A $1400 Auto; a $350 Piano, and
THE 8ECONB fKI.L I. a "UIUI
Krocger Piano purclinscd from
tho well-known piano dealers, ihu!n)ercl,nndisn nnd will bo honored
Eergsstrom ilusio Co. Its cash,. nny merchant who advertises in
prieo is ?350. Tho second pmo ti,;, rnj)Cri Ti,e wjor 0f tho
is ns haudsomo as tho first l'rizo prj7e ,ny choose tho storo and tho
ami is as uscim ami iieiiiiiuiu juij
inuoor ciiiiTiniiimcui. us mu muu
is for outsido rccroatfon. Tho
piano is full scalA of 7 1-3 octnves.
height 4ft, Gin., width Cft. 3Jin.
Tho winner of tho piano may
chooso nny color of wood or finish
made by tho famous Krocger Piano
Company of ??cw York. A special
feature of this instrument is that
it is wired in such monitor as to
withstand tho juoisturo of our on
THE THIRD PRIZE Is a modern ne.
cessity in every homo where
thought'fiilncss for tho future hos a
place it is an order on tho Henry
Waterhouso Trust Co., Ltd., for a
$5000 policy in Tho Continental
Casualty Co, of Chicago. Tho pre
mium of this policy is $00.00 and
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ngnln; that from this hour I shall bo
nt silent as before. Ob, trust mo! I
' am sadly torn. Thou bast all, I noth
ing! If thou canst not trust mc I
,bado jou strike before, strlko now and
end It all. Your excellency, bid him
J "Thy life Is not thine," answered the
'older man. "It belongs to 8paln. Wo
have fallen on evil times, and thy coun
try needs thine arm. Thou hast said
aright, scnor uc louar, ne erica, no
Is tb'v friend. Take him back to thy
'affection. I am an old mlin and a fa-
jthcr. but were t young and one so beau-
j 1 1 f tit crossed my path ns Donna Merco
;dcs hy Our I.ndy ho hath excuse for
anjthiag! Ho, speaks tho truth,
though it be to his own hurt. Canst
stand unmoved, Honor, In thy happiness
IjcfiUH ttueli misery ns that?"
'Dominique, forgho mo!" cried Do
Tobar. "I was wrong. I am ashamed.
.Thou couldst not help It. I forgive
thee, I love thee still."
I He made as If to embrace, ht friend,
but Alvarado held him off.
I "Wilt trust me -fully, absolutely, en
tirely?" I "With all my life." answered Do To
bar. I "Thou shalt be tried,'.' said the vice
roy. "Wo mnrch toward tho Orinoco
In thrvf) days. I had proposed to es
tablish Donna Mercedes at La Ouayra
tinder care of Alvarado."
"Not now, your excellency!" cried
the young man.
"Nay; 1 shall, provided Do Tobar Is
j "A test, a test!" answered that
'younp man. "Gladly do I welcome It.
'Asthoti lovest mo nnd as I love thee
guard ray betrothed."
i "Your excellency, take me with you
to the Orinoco and let Don Felipe, stay
at home with Donna Mercedes In La
"I am no experienced soldtcrto com
mand n town," protested Do Tobar,
"N'ay." said tho viceroy, "It shall
For many years the BULLETIN 1-iasJield prize contests to Increase Interest amonfi: Its old subscribers and to
add new' readers to its list. The present contest Is the most umbltlous prize project ever undertaken
by,any newspaper in this country; the number, the value and the real merit of the prizes places 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 1905--it means to share this success with Its patrons In 1906.
It not only aims to give the best ofallnewsand publish the best newspaper in this country, but when
it starts a prize contest it means to place It on a level with its other features.
i it liolils gool for ono year, insuring
tho life, health nntl bodily safety
of the winner for that period. This
is for it preferred mk, inoro hna -
anions riiks in proportion.
THE FOUHTH FHltb. IS a jilU'SH-
ver Punch Howl, purchased from
1, I!. Counter, tho Tort street
jeweler, who guarantees its quality
nnd will bo pleased to show it to
nny person interested.
THE FIFTH PRICE Is an order to be
., jy tQ 1ulletjn p,,,,,;
Co jAi 00j for s-10 worth of
THE SIXTH PRIZE Is a Domestic
Sewing Machine, for which the
Von Hamm-Young Co. aro the
oirents. It is a liicli-grado ma
chine, complete, useful and a wel
come addition to the home.
The 8EVENTH PRIZEIs a fine leath
or golf stick bag, rawhido sewed,
made by tho Jinucoport uun Im
plement Co. and will contain a sot
of tho very finest Willie Parko
ticks. This popular prizo is from
tho sporting goods department of
E. O. Hall' & Son, Ltd., who will
select tho bag and sticks to suit the
tttsto of tho winner.
THE EIGHTH PRIZE Ii a handsome
.22 caliber Winchester Repeating
be as we havo said. Wilt thou tako
"Aye, and defend It with all my
soul!" answered Alvarado firmly.
flcnor Alvnrndo and Don Felipe,
you havo shown yourselves truo Span
ish gentlemen this night, hldnlgoo of
whom Spain may well be proud," cried
tho viceroy In pleased and proud con
tent, "To you, Do Tobar. I shall glvo
my daughter with assurance nnd
prldo. nnd wero thero another to bear
my name I could wish no belter hus
band for her than you, my poor friend.
Now, the hour Is late; I havo much to
say to Alvnrado. Don Felipe, you will
pardon mo? flood night."
"Good night, your excellency,"
promptly returned Do Tobar. "I shall
sen vou In. tho morning, Domlntauc.
cro you set forth for La Gunypa. I
lo thee and trust thee, my friend,"
Thsytset forth early In tho morning.
Thero was a, cool freshness In the air,
frnm tho storm of the day before, and
It they wished to avoid the necessity
of traveling In tho heart of the day
early ueparturo was necessary. Al
though tho season was summer In a
tropical land not far from tho equator,
the altitude of Caracas lowered the or
dinary lempcrnturo to an agrecablo de
gree, hut after they crossed tho pass
of La Vta and began tho descent to
ward La Gauyra they would bo within
the confines of ono of tho hottest local
itles en the fnco of the globe.
Early as It was ,the viceroy and his
otneers, Including, of course, Do Tobnr,
were assembled In tho patio to bid tho
travelers godspeed. Whllo Do Larn
gave a few parting directions to AI
tnrado, Don Felipe, took advantago of
the opportunity and of his position ns
tho publicly ntnanccd of Donna Mer
cedes to address her a few words In
fnrowell, which sho received with list
less Indifference, Tho final prcpara-
Ions were soon over. Don Fcllpo Hit
cd Donna Mercedes to tho saddle of
her Spanish jennet; some of tho other
gentlemen nsslsted tho Scnora Agaplila
to the back of the suro footed mule,
which sho had elected as her mount.
Alvnrado saluted and sprang to tho
back of his mcttlcsomo barb, and fol
lowed by n half dozen troopers who
constituted tho escort, tho rear being
brought up by servants with pack
mutes carrying tho personal baggage, of
tho two ladies, tho llttlo cavalcado
moved off, tho gentlemen In tho vice
roy's suit standing bareheaded In tho
doorway nB they disappeared under
tho trees and began tho ascent toward
Alvarado. whose white, haggard faco
showed that ho had passed a sleepless
night, rode at tho head of tho column.
Porno distance In front of him rodo n
Rillo. Tlio nrmio this gun bears I
crrjcs witli it nil that is good nntl
jUIU.n(ll,blo in 8nll,n arms. This
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vn,"n,'1 P"" "' bo s,ccn at t,lr
'up - to - dato sporting goods storo of
Woods & Sheldon.
' THE NINTH PRIZE ! a 24-Inch
gold-trimmed, leather-lined sole-j
leather suit case.
The TENTH PRIZE It a Style A Ko
dak Developing Machine from tho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prize is in a handsomo wooden
case and is part of tho 100& outfit
of overy amateur photographer
who desires tho best pictures with
tho loast work.
trooper, for thero wero even then
thieves, wandering bands of mas'er
lesi men who levied bloody toll on trav
clcrs from tho capital whenever they
got opportunity. Next to tho captain
enmo the sergeant of the llttlo guard,
then the two wonicn, followed closely
by two morn of tho soldiers, after that
tho llttlo pack train, which he had or
dered to closo up and keep in touch
after they left tho city, and, last of all
tho two remaining roldiers to bring
up tho rear, x
Tho soldiers, servants and muletecra
wero In high spirits. Tho day was,
pleasant ; tho scenery, though famil
iar, was at tho samo time, grand and
beautiful, and they wero happy all, I
tbat Is, except Donna Mercedes, the I
duennn and Alvarado. j
The worthy Scnorn Agaplda wl h
womanly shrewdness raoro than suv
poctcd tho truo state of affairs. In
deed, Mercedes, who loved tho old wo
man, who bad been as a mother to her.
bar own mother having died when sho
was a mere child, had scarcely taken
tho troublo to conceal her misery, and
tho old woman's heart was wrung
whenever she. looked at the drooping
Qguro at her side, Sho would fain
have brought the flush of happiness
to tho face of the girl sho loved by
throwing her into the arms of Alvara-1
do. ibut as a distant connection of tho'
(Auburn, N Y Daily Citizen.) I
Clirunlo llrlRlit's !Iih-,in timy Imvft tefn
an Incurnblo tlinenm In the tmfft, Itut It ti
n-rtnlnly ciirnliln now M U W'nllry, the
UniKKlM. tell us of n rrnturk-ihle recovery
In this city. There was no qtinytlnn about
the Kenulnenrm of the r me Tin- rwillent, '
n lady, N ronm-clct wltn one of our prom
Imnt families. Hhe was In n Imitpltiit
Hwollm Willi ilroptty. mid tlu- iilhiinien w.m
tn stu-li i-normouH quanllllt n an to sulltllfy
In tliu tube.
Dentil win expectetl il.ill) hy tlic physi
cian nntl family, whin pin- vttm put on n
upt-clno from (lallfnrnla that wns iitlegetl
to be curlnix llrlRht's llprne In tlint State.
Tim rrmiltn cn-aliit Kit at nfltnulntyni-nt.
Symptoms ttcgan tn suhnltto nnd reeovi-ry
wns ttien RTmlunl till finally rompM. Tho
patient tins slnco actually panged for In
sumncv. The peculiarity of the trentment Is thftt
It dors not ? m to uoir out. the natlent in
question Inking over eighty bottles. The
discoverer of the new ppetltle I saltl ttl lie
n llnenl ttt-seemlnut of HntH-rt fulton. who
R-ave us tho nrst ttenmithlp Auburn, N
Y I.illy Citizen.
Anottier recovery by Hilton's Ttennl
Compound The lady's titmo Is Mrs. 11
IIONOM-'Mt nilPU CO. toesil Agents.
When to simpect llrlKln's lllM-nsn
wi-nkiieHii or Ionm of wehxhi. tlrnpsy. puffy
nnkles. hands or eelttlM, Khtney troublo
nfter the third month' urine mny show
M-illmenti railing Onion; drowslne; ono
or more of tin so.
If you Ilivo nny of these, send for imm-rblet
THE FIRST PRIZE la a 1905 Reo Touring Car of 16 hone
power, seating livo people and wlU for ?1'100. It was
bought by Tin: Iiuu.iiti.v from the pioneer auto firm of Ha
waii, The Von llainin Young Co. The Iteo Car is tho new
est anil beit two-cylinder car on the market. Its graceful
lines, hiiudsonio finish, beautiful body nnd up-to-thc-miuuto
improvements iniiko tho Iti-o tho Hello of tho Auto World.
Dr. Anderson of Honolulu bought tiio first ono brought into
tho Territory and says "it is tho finest car I ever sat in
running without noiso and keeping up a high, constant speed
up hills that would simply hold-up an ordinary auto."
Tho winner of this magnificent prizo will ho 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 the winners.
Do Laras herself the worthy damo had honor, though tho heart broke and tho
her own notions of pride, and her lion isonl was rent In tho effort,
or would not permit her to do anything' In splto of her enrcful avoidance or
for which tho viceroy could properly bis os, her cold demeanor, that moi n
tault her. lug alio had marked the haggard, pale
When Merccdei had met Alvarado faco of, the )oung soldier to whom she
early In the morning she bad ncknowl- bad given her heart, which showed
edged his profound salutation with the "'at be, loo, hnd suffered. Sho watched
curlest nnd coldest of nods. She was him as hf rode, superb horseman
furiously and bitterly angry with him,, "'at he was. at tho head of the little
for, between duty, honor, friendship' cavalcade Tall, straight, erect, grace
and hor love, ho had not chosen her. '"' shc wn ai that ho rodo In ad
Sim kne wthat he loved her She bad vnnce.wlth his back to her. so that
known It a long time, and, If sho had Bl MBht following him with her eyes.
lh slightest doubt, tho sincerity wltn her gaze unheeded by any but Scnorn
which he had spoken the night before, Agaplda, and for her she did not care,
tho fierce, nasslonato fervor of tho1 An he turned nt Intervals to survey
klssen that ho had pressed upon her hIg charges, to seo that all were keep
lips, his utter abandonment to his pa's- '"B cIo8C'' P ,lul ln or,1?r; bv ft,lvp
slon. had more than satisfied her. Yet filances she could mark with exultation
when sho had offered to throw every ,hc PV?r !hat ha . '". , V.lp P . . of
thing to the winds-love, duty, obe.ll- 'ho rud,': h" " tl10 fnlr ?"''' ,,l,c.r
ence-lf ho would only take her away. ,ovc,r- Bho, foui(1 cvfn noto ,l,, ,,,n
he had hesitated. With her. a woman f rcIo undcf ,ho H'" T! ?'
who had all Venezuela at her feet, "' "un.n ,n? r- B0 ""twent from her
held In his arms, he had repulsed her, w? midnight crown,
refused her! Ho had heard tho open n ln,1?cd, hl?,1h?ught.,,1 wJr0b,,Jc'1
confession of her overwhelming love hRt must she think of him? He had
for him. and ho bad resisted her' With b,'n J0?': "PPlness had been his
thq feel of her heart beating against 'r ho !n."Bh",nibo f'1, h,ZT ne
his own he had strained her to his E fch An, , 1,1 o
breast and prated of honor and duty! " J " hl Ll" 'hh0.:':
ana was mado with anger and dlsap-
.Intmont. sho Imithe.i him- .tm hnt.ii
polntraent. Shc loathed him; sho hated
hearu'why' had'hon '"k 1 d'De To
u,hr , imt .i.a.i i,., i i.i. ,,.,
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when, he stood, seized her In his arms,
I braved tho anicr of her father and
I braved tho anger of her father and
galloped away anywhere out Into tho
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feel and kill him with tho sight of It.
He had disdained her; he should suf
fer, suffer In proportion to his love,
biic.j torments as he had made her suf
for last night shame, disappointment,
She had not slept tho entire night, t(,?n n,We Hint of his plighted word,
either, thinking these things, yet It Knowing his love. Do Tobar. his
had not atl been pain. How nobly ho friend, hnd trusted him. Knowing his
had lied to snvo her-r-ho lo whom a Ho daughter's love, the viceroy hnd alxo
was worso than death. Ho bad tried , trusted him. He was locked with fei
to assume dishonor for her sake. Ho trrj, hound nnd sealed, helpless Ami
loved hr yes, thero was no doubt of yct tho temptation grew with each
It. Shu closed her eyes with tho hour He had suspected, ho had dream
thought, and her whole being wns filled cd. he had hoped, that Mercedes loved
with exqulslto anguish. Ho loved her. ! him. now he wns sure of It. Oh, what
ho was mado for her. yet when he happiness might have been his!
mlcht havo taken her. ho refused. De Wnnt nu im nxinrv nhmii bt
Tobar was Indeed a brave and gallant
gentleman, hut his qualities wero as
moonlight to tho sunlight compared to '
those of Alvarado. In splto of herself,
though tho mero suggestion of It an-
gered her, sho found herself cbllged to fnrtunntely -he had reached only after
grant that thero was something noblo ho buccaneers had departed. Search
In that position ho had assumed which had been made for his parents, but
so filled her with fury. It was not with without success. Tho viceroy, finding
him a question of loving duty nnd hon- none to claim tho bright-faced baby,
or more than herself, but It was ahad given him a name and hnd cnusnd
qunntlnn of doing duty and preserving him to be brought un In his own house
and Best Contest
8 other Splendid Prizes
, !.' ,'". "'. ,V ,7 M-
lnK him fast-anil then taken the wo
man he loved and who loved him,
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nil'nl of herself to him? Those old sol-
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years would have followed him wher-
'" but they cu.d 'hVve.nd' a ha""
en where they could have been to-
evor he led. The viceroy's arm was
Kcther. God had made them for each
other, and he had refused. He had
thrust her nslde. He had pushed the
cup nt hnpplncss from his onn lips
with his own hnml.
Ho wished It was all lo do over
again. Now It was loo late. To the
elinlim nf ilufv. Iinnnr erntltuiln li.itt
birth? He had been picked tip n babyl
n n deserted village oulsldo of Fan-'
nma. He hnd been found by the Count
dc Ijirn, who had led his troops lo tho.
succor of that doomed town, which lin
Rules oftle Contest
Tho contest opens Thursday
February 1, and will closo at 5
o'clock j). in. Juno 10, 1900.
WHO MAY ENTER
Anyone- may enter except per
sons or iinyono in tho immediate
family of any person in tho regit
nr niimlnv nf Tim Itnllni:.. P..I.
Diiriuir this contest a now suit-
scriber will bo understood to bo
any person who has not been regit-1
larly served with The Daily or,
Wkkki.y lui.i.K'ti.v for thirty
days prior to February 1, 1000.
Transfers from ono niombcr of a
household to another will not bo
allowed, and all names lianded
as Jcw must bo subject to niveau
gatiou before votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
Tho final count will bo mado bv
threo judges, selected from among
thoso having no interest in Tin:
Uiri.i.KTi.v and no activo interost
in any ono of tho candidates. Tho
voto will bo announced by tho
judges and the-prizes awarded ac
cording to their findings, there be
ing no aix'a. Subscription oc
counts and everything portaining
to tho contest will bo open (o their
NO TRAN8FER OF VOTE8
Only ono namo can bo written
on nny ballot, ond transfers of
votos from one Candida
cr will net be allowed.
i-nlni frnm mm nnnilMoln In ntinlli.
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hold. There was nothing In his appar
el to distinguish him savo tho ciqtuV
slto fineness and richness of tho ma
terial. Thrown around his nock ha
been a curiously wrought silver cracit
flx on a silver chain, and that cruclfba
ho hnd worn ever since I' lay npotu
his brenit beneath his clothing now. IC
wns the sole object which connected!
him with his past.
Since he had renehed man ostator
be hnd thought of these things often
nnd hnd pra)cd that In some nny, nt.
i-ome time, the mystery might Ira sotr
ed, for tho suspense was worse than,
any assurance, howctcr dreadful iln
had often thought with longing; ncnoi
his father, his mother. Ho dospalrtnl
at last of ever finding out anything.
What mattered It now? Ho might bo
ot tho proudest and most honorable
lineage In New Spain, a Soto mayor, ml
lloliadllln, even a eD Guzman. It
would advantago hi mnothtng sfrjc he.
had lost Mercedes. In splto of blmserl
he groaned aloud, and the girl rldfns o,
little distance behind him heard Uuir
sound of anguish In bis voice.
Her ftoart, lilch had been jctirninc
toward him with Increasing force, wnsv
stirred within her bosom.
"Hide thou hero," she said suddcaly
to Scnorn Agaplda. "I go forward ta
il peak with Captain Alvarado."
"Hill, scnorlta, thy father"
"Is It not permitted that I spoak wKfV
the captain of tho soldier who CfKsra
"Certainly. If I am by."
"I do not choose to hate If so,' '"rn
plled Mercedes, with all tho haugrrtfl
ness of her fnther. "Itcmaln he) tl
wll return presently."
Ilrushtng her nslde with ait Imperi
ous wave of her hand nml n thrcatet
lug glance before which the prior duen
na quailed, for her charge ha J ETr
shown such spirit before. MerCe-Seai
strut k hor Spanish Jennet wJ Ii ther
whlp she cnrrlcd, passed around tfl lt
lervi-nlng rnltller, who coiirton3l
gavn way lo her, and reined fn Hot
steed li Ahnrndii'H horse. Sod ;rosr,
IndTil. wns she to the captain (fine shr
almont touched him. It wns good to
seo the light leap 111 his cen fin jtut&i
come lino his pale cheek, ns he lieotm'p
aware of her preswnce
"Datum Mrccdos!" he cried fn jcir
prlM "Is anything wrong? Where Vu
the Senora Agaplda'"
"nothing Is wiong. I left her tfierv-"
"Shall I summon her?"
"Art nfrald to speak to mt". to ai
woman, alone. Sir Cnptaln?"
"Nav. senorlln. but 'tis unseemly"
"Wnuldst thou lesson me In miirr-
ners, rtias:er soldier?" cried tho. gJtB.
"Ond forbid, lady, but thy father-
"He laid no Injunction upon mo th.it:
I should not speak to jou, sir fa that:
fTo he contlnuedt
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credited upon sums less than Gfr
cents. In other words, votes wiU
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