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EVENING DULLETW, HONOLULU. T. H.. 8ATURDAY, MAttCH 31, 1906.
Sir Henry Morgan,
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerner!," 'Tor Love
of Country," "The Grip of Honor," Etc
COPYRIGHT. 1003, BY U. W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
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CHAPTER. IrSlr Henrr Mortar,
former pirate, having purchased lm
inunlty and knlghtnood (rom the king
of England, has reformed and has be
come vice governor of Jamaica. He U
deposed and, killing the officers sent
to arrest him, determines to becomo
again a freebooter. II Benjamin
Hornlgold, ex-plrate, who has been
bitterly wronged by Morgan, Joins the
fortunes of the latter In order to seek
an opportunity to wrcack vengeance
on him. HI and IV Having recruited
a crew of ex-plrntca and other deapet
adoee, Morgan scire an English frlxy
mi nuu uiuiuuis ucr view, vm lui iuv
Spanish coast In search of treasure. V
and VI In a desperation action,
wherein are shown the daring and re.
ourcefulness of Morgan and the cour
age of his men, he defeats two Spanish
flgates and captures their convoy, a
treasure galcon carrying an abess and
priests as passengers. VII Morgan
shows bis qualities by heaving over
(Continued from Saturday)
By this time tho little place was fill
ed with soldiers, attendants nnd mule
teors. pome kindled fires, others un
packed hampers loaded with provi
sions, others prepared a placo where
tho party might rest, and as, to restore
orrtoi out of this confusion, Alvaradq
turned hither and thllher ho was fol
lowed In all his movements by the
lovely eyes of the woman who had
broken him and who had won him.
During the Interval of repos o the
youns man allowed his party the two
lovera viere constantly together. Al
varado had made a faint effort to go
apart and leave. Mercedes to herself,
but with passionate dctcrmnlatlon sho
had refused to allow It. Sho had
thrown prudence to tho winds. Care
less of whoever might see, of whoever
might comment, heedless of the re
proving duenna, Indifferent to ancient
practice, reckless of curious glances,
she bad Insisted upon accompanying
tho captain, and be had yielded.
A $1400 Auto; a
THE SECOND PRIZE s a beautiful
. . . .
Jvroegor 1'inno purchased, from
il IMnll.l'ltAliln Iran 1 A 1 I liA
wiu cu.iwiUwii jiiuhu uv.-H.uio, x.iu
Borgsstrom Musio Co. Its cash
pneo is $JoV. iho second pnzo
is as handsomo as tho first pnzo
mm a u iwirn.i mm m;m.iU. ui
luuuur umuiiiumuuiib us inu uulu
is for outsido recreation, Tho
piano is full scalo of 7 1-3 octaves,
height 4ft. Gin., width fift. 3Jin.
Tho winner of tho piano may
chooso any color of wood or finish
made by tho famous Kroegor Piano
Company of New lork. Aspocial .
feature of this instalment is that Tho seventh prize Is a line leath
it is wired in such manner as to 0r golf stick bag, rawhide sowed,
withstand tho moisturo of our clivrnaojo by tho Bridgeport Gun lm-
THE THIRD PRIZE Is a modern ne,
peasitv in cvory homo whoro
thoughtfulness for tho future has a
place jt js an ordor on tho Henry
Watorhouso Trust Co., Ltd., for a
$5000 policy in Tho Continental
Casualty Co.' of Olucago. Tho pro
. . . i jj ikon tn .,!
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board a mutineer and shooting down a
priest who attempts to save the man.
VIII Wrecked on the Venezuelan
coast, near La Ouayra, to which city
Morgan Is attracted by Donna Mer
cedes de Lara, daughter of the viceroy
of Venezuela. IX, X and XI Donna
Mercedes and Captain Dominique Al
varado, commandanto of La Ouayra,
are In love with each other, but the
unknown parentage of Alvarado pre
vents their marriage. Donna Mercedes
is -betrothed by her father to Don Felipe
de Tobar, friend of Alvarado. Alvar
ado Is tempted by hp loved ono to for
get his duty to the viceroy and Don
Tellpo and to fly with her Instead of
conveying her safely from Caracas to
La Guayra. Ho resists. XII and XIII
On the Journey to La Ouayra rather
than give up her lover Donna Mer
cedes attempts her own destruction.
He rescues her and yields to her argu
ments that lovo outweighs hoaor and
Tbcy abandoned themselves with all
ho fervor of youth and passion to
their transports of affection. Thoy
wandered away from tho others and
by the sldo of the brook beneath the
rieltcr 6f tho trees remained together
and whispered all the love that beat
within thrlr freed breasts. Thoy
might die tomorrow; today tbcy lived
andjmed. Kaln would they havo
prolonged the Elyslan dream forover,
but tho descending sun of tho after
noon at last warned Alvarado If they
ftould reach La Ouayra that night
thoy must resumo their Journey. Re
luctantly he gavo the ordor to mount.
This time, utterly Indifferent to tho
Ptnora Agaplda, Mercedes, mounted
on,cno of the led horses, rodo openly
by Atvarado's sldo. Sustained by his
presence, constantly In touch with him,
ho made the way down tho difficult
wanderings of tbo rocky mountain
trail. They watched tho sun set in all
1U glory over tho tropic sea. The'
evening brcezo blew softly blow sottlr
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THE FOURTH PRIZE Is a $50 li
ver Punch Howl, purchased from
. It. Counter, tho Fort street
joweler, who guarantees its quality
aiid will ho pleased to show it to
nny person interested.
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Bticks. This popular prize is from
tho sporting goods dopartment of
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select tho bag and stioks to suit tho
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THE EIQHTH PRIZE It a handsomo
9.0. nnlihar-Winchostor Jtopoating
about them, riding side by aide. Then
tho night fell 'upon them. Over them
Mazed tho glorious canopy of the
tropic stars, chief among them tlfo
fiery Southern Cross, emblem of tho
(alt hthey cherished, the most mar-
velous diadem .In the heavens. Thero
below them twinkled tho lights of La
Ouayra. Tho road grew broader ond
smoother now. It was almost at the
level of tho beach. They would have
to pass through the town presently
and thenco up a steep rocky road,
which wound around tho mountain un
til tbcy surmounted tho cliff back of
the city and arrived at tho palace of
tne Governor upon the hillside, wlicro
Mercedes was to lodge An hour
would bring them to their destination.
There was nothing to apprehend. Tho
brlzands In thn fARtnonaPH nt lh
mountains or the savages, who some
times strayed along tho road, never
ventured so near tho town. j
Kadrlque, by Atvarado's orders, bad;
lauea pacK nearer tne main uouy, so
as to bo within call.
"V shall bo there In a llttlo while.
Sea yonder the lights of tbo town,"
said the captain.
"While thou art with me," said the
girl, "It matters little where wo are.
There are but two places in tho world,
'And those are I"
'Where thou art and whero thou art
not. If I may only be with thee. It we
may b together, I want nothing else."
Bhe bad scarcely spoken before tho
sound of a cry, followed by a shot,
broke on tho night.
The terrific Impact of the huge ship
on the sand among tho breakers,
which thundered and beat upon her
sides with overwhelming forco, camo
Just In the nick of tlmo for Morgan.
Had the disaster been delayed a sec
ond longer tho furious buccaneers
would have cut him down where he
stood. Even the officers were angered
beyond measuro at him for their pres
ent situation, which threatened tho
low of tho vast trcasuro already gain
ed In the ship, although they bad con
sented to Morgan's proposition to at
tack La Ouayra and Caracas, and tho
captain was In no way responsible for
the storm and the wreck which Jeopar
dized their booty and their future. I
Tbereforo It is probable that nono of
them, unless It were Teach, would)
havo Interfered to savo Morgan, and
ho would havo been swept from bis
feet by tho savage, men and Instantly
killed In splto of all that ho or Carlb
or any one clso could havo done. But
tho violence of the shock when tho
ship took ground threw them to tho
'deck, and thoy forgot for the Instant
their bloody purposo of vengcanco In
$350 Piano, and
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THE REO CAR
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Rifle. Tho namo this gun bears
carries with it all that is good and
dopondablo in small arms. This
valUablo prizo may bo scon at tho
up-to-dato sporting goods storo, of
Woods Si Sholdon.
THE NINW PRIZE Is a 24-lneh
gold.trimmod, leather-lined solo-
leather suit case,
the Incvltablencss of their approach
ing danger. They were checked In
their mad anger for a few seconds
and given a moment for reflection.
That moment convinced them that they
could not yet dispense with tho serv
ices of their captain. With black
ragq nnd whtto fear striving for mas
tery In their hearts, they roso to their
feet and confronted him with menac
ing (aces and threatening gestures.
"What's to bo dono now 7" question
ed ono bolder than the rest.
"Nnw's tho time," roared the un
daunted Morgan, striving to make him
self heard by all abovo the thunder
ing stas, "to show your courage,
Up had quickly observed that tho
forco with which sho had been driven
on tho shoals had shoved the gal
leon's noso firmly In tho sand. She
had been caught Just before she took
gronnd by a tremendous roller and
had bacn lifted up and hurled far
over to starboard. Although almost on
her beam ends, her decks Inclining
landward, the strongly built ship held
steady In splto of tho tremendous on
slaughts of the seas along her bllgo.
"Take heart, men!" bo cried. "Ob
serve. Sho lies still and secure. Tls
a atout hulk and will take a tremend-
Dally Time, Eureka. Cat
The disease which ranks second to con
sumption In fMslltlrs and which bss brtn
iWmM equally fatal Is Urlxht'i Disease.
That It Is now positively curable la known
to commratlvclr d wools. Unfortu
nately, the new sprctne for Ilrlght's Dls-i
rase comes under tho hrad of proprietary '
prrpnrnuons anq meuicni eiiucs loroia ft
recognition (of Its merits. Tho ItemM
tnkrs tho view that having positive knowl
edge or cum effected Its duty to Its read
ers and to humanity Is to atate the facta.
The publisher knows ot two cases In
which It has effected permanent cures and
ot two othera who had practically aban
doned hope, but who are now regaining
their heath. Thla paper Is not pecuniarily
Interested and this atatemrnt Is made
solely with a view ot aiding such oeoplo
as may bo afflicted with Ilrlght's Disease
and liao despaired of recovery. Hhould
any such receive beneflt we will feel am
nlr renald for dlveralna: from the beaten
Journalistic path Uvcrmoro (Cat.) ller-i
aid. July i. isvs.
The above brings to mind the case ot
J. II. Oyselanrof thla city nnd Irrefutably
leads to tho belief that nt last tho cure
has been found. Mr. Oysptaar was In thn
last stages of dropsy. He had lieen told
Ids days wero numbered today he Is halo
and hearty. An nbaolute cure was effect
ed, nnd n marvelous one, too. Uurckjt
Hath of the abovo articles refer to Ful
ton's Compound for nrlght's DIseaso nnd
nrlther was paid for. What do you think
of themT Bend for booklet on tho cura
bility of nrlght's blsoawt to Jno. J. Fulton
Co., 409 Washington RL, Ran Francisco i
or to Honolulu Drug Co local agents.
VON HAMM YOUNG
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ous battering before she breaks. We
may yet savo ourselves."
"And tho trcasuro?" roared one.
"Aye, and tho treasure."
"1 think tho storm has about blown
Itself out." Interposed old Hornlgold,
shouting out at this Instant. "Look
you, mates!" ho cried, pointing In
westward. "It clears! Tho sun'U sTc
"Tho bo's'n Is right," cried Morgan.
"Out first of all wo must tako no
chances with our lives. Even though
wo leso tho ship we can seize another.
Tho world is full ot treasure, and wo
enn find It. Now I want somo ono to
carry a line ashore through tbo break
ers. Who will volunteer?"
"I," said Carlb Instantly.
"I need you hero," answered Mor
gan, who did not purposo to bo de
prived of that bodyguard upon whose
watchfulness his life had so often de
pended. "til go," exclaimed young Teacb,
brcaKIng through tho crowd.
"That's a bravo heart!" said Mor
gan. "A lino hero!"
Instantly a light line was forthcom
ing. Teach tore oft his Jacket, laid
aside his weapons, kicked off his
shoes, took a turn ot tho lino around
his waist, mado K fast, wrung Mor
gan's hand, watched his chance, leap
ed overboard, was caught by an on
rushing wave and carried far toward
the shore. The ebb of tho roller car
ried him back seaward somo distance,
but ho swam forward madly, and the
next wavo brought him a llttlo nearer
the beach. Ho was driven backward
and forward, but each time managed to
get a little nearer tho shore line.
Thn whole ship's company stared
after him, spontaneously cheering and
yelling cries of encouragement In splta
of tho fact that bo could not hear a
single sound In tho rearing, raging
sons. Morgan himself tended the line,
skillfully paying It out when neces
sary. In a few moments, although tho
tlmo seemed hours to tho watchers, the
foct of Teach touched tho shore, and,
although tho terrific undortow of tho
wave that had dropped him thero al
most boro him back again, yet by a su
perhuman exertion ho managed to
stagger forward, and tho noxt moment
they saw him fall prostrato on the
Had he fainted or given way? They
looked at him with bated breath, but
after a llttlo spaco they saw him rise
slowly to his feet and stagger Inland
toward a low point where a lofty
palm trco was writhing and twisting
In the flcrco wind. He was too good a
seaman not Instantly to .see what was
required of him, for, waving his hand
toward tho ship, ho at onca began to
haul In tho line. Ready hands had
bent a larger rope to It, which was
succeeded bv a third, strong enough to
and Best Contest
The TENTH PRIZE Is a 8tyla A Ko
dak Dovoloping Maohino from tho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prize is in a handsomo wooden
caso and is part of tho 1006 outfit
of ovory amateur photographer
who desires tho best pictures -with
tho least work.. . . .jst .uj .
bear a man's weight. The buccaneer
hauled this last In with great difficul
ty, for the distance was far and thn
wet ropo was heavy. He climbed up
and mado it fast to tho treo and then
waited. As soon as he bad done so
thero was a rush on tho ship for tho
lino, which had been mado fast In
board temporarily. Morgan, however,
Interposed between tho crew and the
coveted way to safety.
"Hack!" ho shouted "One nt a
time and the order as I appoint! You,
L'Orionols, and you, and you," ho
cried, Indicating certain men upon
whom ho could depend, "Do In suc
cession, then haul a heavier rope
ashore. We'll put a traveler with a
bo's'n's chair on It and send the ab
bess and these priests first of all."
(To be continued)
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reward for tho capture, dead or alive,
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lurking, with felonious Intent, within
the confines of the city has been offered
by the Doard ot Health. To the second
person bringing a specimen ot the In
sect, which la held responsible for yel
low fever, the board will pay 3 and to
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The mosquitoes. It Is alleged, blbcr
nato In warm corners of bouses during
the winter and In the spring will re
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the board wants to learn If any ate
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means to eradicate all those remaining
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The Mexican lap dog Is the smallest
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