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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU ,"T."H;k, SlONDAY, SEPT. SI, l&Ofi.
Townsend Was Confidential Agent
His Testimony On laukea Note Before Supervisors
Promised Taylor Not To tell And Straightway
Told Was Confidential' Go--Between
Q. AnythlnK el" occurred at that for him bo I left tlio $100 with my wife ft mln with Isol or lnterrtfd In tlio i I lrU TPfMIIPII KIIHMPll
iiik up or uuici. i(i i mum u LllUllUII I L.11ULI1 UU1I11L.U
Tuesday, August II, 1803,
'J A. M.
Testimony of Townsend.
you koIiik to cliargo for Intercut, no
Interest ho said, tlien 1 mid I would
Ko nnd Bee the Sheriff first, I then
came down to the Police Station and
I said If you mnlfo out the note, I will
duced the Sheilff to lsol, what did Ko and get the money, then the
you say? A. The Shetlff Bald I want .Sheriff said who will jou make the
.to see the lesseo of the promises, I note to, t said to T. Isol, I did not
want to speak to him personally, that know his Initials I Bald T. Isol nnd
,ls how It came about. the Sheriff asked me who this Isol
Q. Stnto the manner In which you was, I said n friend of mine and he
K. Introduced the Sheriff to Isol? A. said where docs he live, I Bald at Iwl
Mist we went ail aiouuu ine uiueroui iei. men u was iiinmu, nu uiuuo
ml inn wlin wnntml It. t ttnlil llm!
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will lot you hnve It, then 1 asked whnt nuout It.
Q. And then what did Taylor say?
A. Taylor said that was all rlfiht
after that ho was very sore at me.
Q. What next happened In tegard
to the note? A. Then 1 think a few
days after that, the Sheriff Bent me
out to lwllel to find out how llils noto
camo Into Mr. Hrcckons' luuds, bo 1
went that afternoon to Isol's nnd
asked him how this note reached Mr.
Hrcckons' hands,- nnd he said .1 don't
know, I never Rave out the nolo unless
my wife Bhowedtthe note to Mr. Wreck
(ins, but I said nil right 1 will find out
about It, so t said ou look Into the
lime between Taylor and the SliurlfT7 and told her If a man cunio with Bilch openlnc
A. No. but I told him iIkIU In the and bucIi a noto you pay him this $100 Ib best Sheriff If ion sot some other
Sheriffs omce, that Is, I said to .Mr. and get the note. When I came home Interpreter to do the Intel incline for
Taylor, you told tnu. not to (ell the that night about 11 o'clock shu hail Isol, 1 being u police ofllcer under you
Sheriff, but I told. htm I was nppolnted .the note nnd next morning I gae It it inlgnt iook nan and tne sncrin inni
uacK lo ine anenn. i ne uhiukiii u uh uh iiriu. nuu umi
(J. And that was the end of the' ' w; "e coiivurbuiiuii siui ivu.
by the Sheriff and I thought It was
mv duty to Inform tho Sheriff that
you were Investigating the Sheriff's
Kxnuilnnllnn by Mr. Mllverton.
Q. Your nniuo Is what? A,
IJ. Whnt has been your business places and finally wo camo lo IboIs out the nolo nnd I went nnd got tho
during the pant year? A. Special place he happened lo bo in tho store $100.
Police Oincer and Intel preter. at the time nnd I cnllcd him out to Q. Who made out the note? A.
Q. Under Sheriff laukea? A. Yea. the verandah nnd said to tho SherlC The Sheriff. Then I eanie back to
Q. I will ask you whether or not this is Isol, I.esBce of tho pioinlaes. I thu Police Station with the $100, but
vntt kmm- n .Iiiiiniipu.i li thn nam, nf O. And whnt. did the Sheriff snv? iti., aiu.i-trr wnu irmm . I 1m.i ti..
lsol 7 A. Yes, I do. .A. Shook Hands and said glad to money that night until next morning "". ibko a pnui ui u nnu iciurii u t0 BO u,t0 this lwllel matter becauso
I? meet you nnd told blm that ho was nnd at 8:30 that morning I gave him . ,,ncK' nnu ,"0 Ba,u ,JlB' ' ",UWl l ""I'-jl am employed by the Sheriff nnd It
note transaction? A. Yes, that was
Q. And that was all to It? A. Yes.
Q. When was It negotiations were
first made or attempted to be entered
into between the Sheriff nnd Isol In
reference to tho re-opcnlng of lwllel?
A. I think that was about two weeks
after the $100 loan 'was given.
Q. Now go on nnd tell whnt you
know 'about that transaction? A. Well,
about ten days after the loan of $100,
Isol came to my limine one evening
nnd asked mo to go to the Sheriffs
hotiBa with htm, I says, why not wall
until tomorrow and see him In tho of
flee, well he Bald. I want to see hlin
nt his house privately, about what I
trunk and see' If the. note Is there he . Bad, about the re-opcnlng of lwllel. 1
opened tho trunk and ooked and saw toi,i him I was sick anil tired of that
It was there. 1 told him I thought . It 'lwllel pioposltlon and I told him yo,i
was nn easy matter to taKe tne tiuteia,i better get Borne other Interpietoi
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A. About 3 years. going to eiiforcu tho law against pros- the money. pose In tills case tnut lias liccn done, I Won't be very nice for me to take
Q. Whnt has been Isol's bmtlncua lltutlon, so ho wanted to warn him I Q, what was done with that note ' l,llt lle " l,e "'j "ot fnow- B" cnmo part In this lwllel matter with you be-
tlnco jou have known him? A. Lev and nt the same lime he wanted him 'nftei wards If anything? A. Well, Inch to the Sheriff und told him what enUB0 tle sheriff might think I am
see of the premlfccs known ns Isol's to CI030 up, and lsol Bald" alright he somehow .Mr. Taylor got wind ot this lso1 ,0,t' nic, llien the Sheriff told me inturested In It too. Well, he says,
place nt lwllel. would close up and that was all tho note and he called mo Into his prlvnto lo et uack tno.nott'', nji wan,l''l lo Vf there Is no harm In It. you are only
Q. -On .xiii know how long Sheriff conversation they bad, I think It last- omce one day after he came back ll l,ack- ' s.al( "" 'lsnt- ""' "mo Intel petlng, but I said, the Sheriff
Ihukcii has known lsol. A. Since ed about G minutes. n utu San Francisco and says, have ) on are rcatly with tint cash I will Ret might take n different view of the
Alaiclt March of till., year. I (J, And what do you know Mr. you ever been out to get money from ,llu notc- Tl,u" ' ,,,"Jt " WHa "l0 ninttor altogether. That night ho went
Q. In what manner did the Sheriff Townicnd nbout this $100.00 IboI iwllul for the Sheilff nnd I said no, "Mt ,la' hu UBBecrtj that 1 take up back and said I Will think over It and
become nrmialnted with lsol at that noto? A. I think It was I don't re- lm sab! sou telling me Ihe truth. I tho note nnd ho -would give me n noto Hco If I can't get somebody else. Next
(lino? A. I went with tlio Sheilff lo member tho date not even the mouth unld I suppose 1 am telling the truth, '" n,y a,"u to lw)l' I ""J'" "n- aH night he catnu oqr again aud I ret
lwllel Roveral limes nnd the Sheriff exactly, out l timiK it was tiiu cany hu said didn't you b-irrow $100 from ,ur "" ' "'" -"""' -- " ' "'i ",." i fuHeil mm Hgaln and gavo him all
wanted lo llnd out who was the lessi-e pari of May the end of April or be- iMil on a, note, I said I did. Ho said ,,llt ' '" 8,'e Bl),",t " ","1 HU0 kinds or excuses, but he Bald he would
(.f tho premises, so I Introduced the ginning of May about May lBt one how dh you do It, well I said It Is not . 'wlint ho says. So Instead of going to ,,0 un, consult his friends and
Sheilff In Itol. ufteinoon nbout -1 o'clock the Sheilff up to me, lis tip to tho Sheriff I said, . Iwllol 1 Bent u hack lo Isol's house tojBO tho next afternoon he came back
O Vim funk llin RtwrltT In ImoI'h nsked mo if I coil III not get it loan of It wno n i.Hv.itr, l,iial,.u n-ltli Hi,. .Ille Htm urotiKiH uonn to my nouse inirnln nbout S o'clock nnd sail ho
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wneu no came my ,iu i uitti nun COmd not get unybody else, and bu-
noon Isol gavo life back the orlgluul
note, and I said this note Is niado in
my nnmo and I will leae It in your
hand as sccuilty, and he said alt right.
Q. Did you endorte the note? A.
The flrst note 1 endoriPd. the second
note I did not.
Q. Whnt did you do with the first
note? A. I gavo It back lo (he Shot-
Iff, nnd of course that should have
As a result of u gasoline explosion,
Voeller, u launch tender, was buineil
on bis face mid legs last night Ills
arms weic blistered and the skin
hnuglng In shreds. In order to stop
the pain and extinguish the Are. Voel
ler Jumped Into the water near the old
llshmnrket with the clothing naming.
When paswrsby saw the flames they
turned In a lire alarm, which brought
tho fire engine to the scene and put
thu blaze out In a few minutes,
Voeller, who was badly burned, wn
sent to thu Queen's Hospital In a
1 then said Isol wanted to know If
there was any prospect of opening up
lwllel aud the Sheriff said, well, us
far as I am personally concerned 1
faor the opening up of lwllel, but t
have been sworn to enforce the law
nnd to those people who helped to
elect me, that Is to say, the mission
aries want Iwl el to be closed up nnd
I have to enforce the law. So lsol I hack.
sal dwell If ou open up lwllel It '
might benefit you personally, the Slier- HEARST'S KNIFE OUT
Iff laughed, so he said It Is all right, I CHICAGO. 111., Aug. IT. Walter
tell Isol to come out with anything Wellman In a special to thu Ueeord-
he wants to say, this will be con-1 ncrnld Bees n bitter fight In the
luenuni as .uere s on.y u.ree ... u- ,, f j
1 have full confidence In Uo and 1 1 .... ' ,... . '.,,
Btipposc I can trust you, ns long ns
you don't open your mouth I said
you will have to pull my tongue out
first before I say anything, so lie
said I will trust you. Then Isol said,
well, If you consent to the opening of
lwllel I am ready to offer you $000.
(To Be Continued)
HONOR MRS. CHILLINGWORTH
(Special to the II u I letln)
WA1M1KU, Mnul, Aug. 29. Mrs.
S. K. Chllllngworth, mother of Mis.
F lions of Knhulul. Is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Chllllngworth was n
mxlilpnt nf Wnlluku over ten years
ago, when her huBbnnd was Deputy j Tobnbly for the first time In our
Hearst's knife Is reaching for
llryun's vitals. The war which this
ambitious editor Is making nnd is
going to make upon the Democratic
candidate promises to provide one of
the most picturesque If not Important
features of the Presidential cam
paign, It may be Important, too, for
In the event of n close contest In
such Stales ns New York and Illinois
Hearst's opposition might easily
prow to be the determining (actor.
"It is well known that Hearst's
war on llryiin Is tho more matter of
personal revenge, of 'getting even.'
houso :it lwllel thcio? A. Yes, that $100 or borrow It from some of my Sheriff nnd Isol, then he asked If nny
Ib, nlnco tho missionary ngltutlon mends, bo I told mm l would try. offer hud been made or any piuposl-
stalled to close lwllel. Tho Sheriff told mo not to fall be- Hon to accept the offer made by lsol
n tunl unld Hint lm tui.t tlio Hliprtrr cniif.n lwi linil to n.tv rnrtntn titillir n- n, ttw. Qtmrtrr 1 unt.i ,, tiw.n In, u.if.t
on ilm night of April 7th? A. That lions next morning. I suggested to I don't want you lo 'tell anything "U!"t w"" u" to .mwl Mm at '"'
Is tho time I Introduced hlin to the him Hint he wait two or Unco days nbout this arfqlr twthe Sheriff I want I'Im ubont 0 lu the afternoon. Next
uiimlrr inni tlil u-im tlin tlnin tlin lonept-so I could tnli'ii mv own nionev vim in Vo.m ,.nii r wnnt m itivi.uif. (lay I got the noto fioin the Sheriff
Sherlrt' Hpoko lo IboI, pi lor to that lo loan him, I told him I had u couple Bto this matter without the Sheriff's mn,I "llt '" m ,Lnl1'1' ani1 "" ,lt.l,'r:
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wc simply weni nioimii uieie. in iiiiinireii uunaiH u lew uuyu uk Knowing ii. i said airignt. so niter
Q. Prior to that "lime when you but I had put it all In stock, so I told I got through with Mr. Taylor, I
lutiodiiced IboI to the Sheriff, did hu blm to wnlt two or three. diis so I thought It my duty to Inform tho
know lsol? A. I don't think so. would mortgage my stock nnd loan Sheriff, so I turned round and told
Q. Did Ik know of hlin? A. Yes, him tho amount ns the banks nil seem- tho Sheriff whnt Mr. Taylor had told
1 think he did. ed to be closed at that time mid If hu me.
Q. When did he first know of hlin? '.vailed 1 could beo the Manager of tho I Q. Ijo you know how Jr. Taylor
A. Ily conversation. Japanese, bank and borrow somo found out about that Isol noto? A.
0. And when wbb It that ho first money, but he said ho had to have It Mr. Taylor said that Mr. Diepkoua
know tho name? A. About Christ- by 0 o'clock In the morning, bo I told hud showj him the photo of iho noto.
man time on that occasion ho toolc Mm 1 would go out and do my best. 1 Q. Yo i tny you told the Sheriff been endorsed.
Mimo Christmas piesontB up to bis went to roveial or my friends, Tor obout It, niii! what happened.' A. I
house, hut he was absent at that time, example I went to Mr. Shcba and told the Sh'rllf nil what Ta!-r had
he' was not home, so I left the Bluff nsked him If I could get money for n mid nnd whe.i I got through telling
thero nnd two or three das after tho few days, he said ho was very hard 1 lm, ho called Mr. Taylor lu and ial'l
Shm Iff nulfnil me who Mint nresent mi. then 1 went to a wholesale Honor liiwinnml tiirt tnlormoit nn iT.!i v:-n
was from nnd I told him It wns horn More to Mr. Sunilda nnd 1 nsked him, nthed him iibo.il tho note, and ho s d Ho gave It to me and I telephoned
lsol. ho said ho could loan mo about $20 jes and yi.u told him not to ull mo I over to a hack Btand at IwHoi and
O. Ho did not nsk who Isol was nt or $30 nnd If I wanted It I could have about It. bM. ho says, he Unman. I' told Isol to come to my house with
that lime? A. No. II, so I said I wanted. $100. and ho was hlti urr duty to tho Sheilff mi I e thu note becauso thu Slieilff was ready I will do thu Interpreting. Then tho
Q. Did loot K" with (u when you said thero wus nothing doing. So I tc.ld mo r.lif lit It. then the Sheilff l.M to pay the noto. Tlml night when 1 Sheriff nsked what It was aud I said
what the Sheilff told me and he says 1H)B0 , tafo ome other Interpret
all right nnd I suggested the matter, cr8i t,u sheriff might not like It he
tlien me same nay i niiuic nn nppoint- i,0lt t,0 sheriff had more con
fldcnce In mo than In ulhcr interpret
crs in town because I was employed
hy blm. Well 1 said all right I will go
to the Sheriff's house with you, but I
am going to make one condition to
the Shorlff and If the Sheriff approves
of It I will be your interpreter, but II
he doesn't 1 will not be your Inter
preter. So we .went out to tho Sher
iff's house In u hack between C and T
o'clock In the evening, and when we
urrlvcd at the Sheriff's house we sat
on the porch and I told the Slier in
that Isoi had come to see me about
three times and requested mo to In-
Q. Was the second nolo paid to terprut hut 1 refused hlin because I
blm? A. A few days afterwards the thought by Interpreting for Isol you
Sheilff told mo that he had the $100 might think that I am deeply Inter
leady, so 1 told him to give me the ested In thu opening up of lwllel, but
Sheriff of this district. Senator C.
F. Chllllngworth was then n lad at
tending Walluku schools. A luuu
whb given by Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ly
ons last Monday In honor of Mis.
Chllllngworth. Judge and Mrs. Ke
polkal, Senator McCuudless, J. L.
Cuke, nnd others were present. Judge
and Mrs. Kepolkal gave another luuu
fast Wednesday at the Kahulut Fish
ery, also In honor of Mrs. Chllllng
worth, who appreciates very highly
the honors now being bestowed on
her by her former Walluku acquaint
ances and friends.
$100 and I would take It back to Isol.
Isol didn't want to bet any other in
terproter and Insisted .on my Inter
preting for him, so I came to made a
condition to you, which If you nccopt
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
history a national party has been or
ganized, a platform adopted, aud a
Presidential ticket put In the field for
no other purpose than working out
tho wish 'of one Individual to have
revenge upon another for real or fan
"The Hearst claim Is that he U
wholly Justified lu seeking llryan's
scalp because Hrnn Is in Ingrnte and
a traitor that Is, an Ingrate and
tinltor to him, W. II. Hearst. As the
campaign warms up we are sure to
hear much more of this. We nro
promised some exceedingly Interest
ing passages between tho editor ot
several dally papers nnd tho former
editor of the Commoner.
The following nffects tho 1,1st of I On tho llryun side, I hear, there
Lights, lluoys, and Daymarks, Ms no anxiety concerning any disclos-
Twelfth Lighthouse Subdlstrlct,
190S, page 12:
Hllo Harbor, Hawaii Island, T. II.
Ulondc Ilect Southwest End Iluoy, No.
3, u black 2d-c!.iss can, reported
adrift August 27, 190S, will be re
placed as soon as practicable
Ily order of the Lighthouse Hoard:
STANHOnD K. MOSES,
Lt. Comdr.. U. 8. N., Asst. to tho
tires Hearst may make.'
left tho nicstnt nt the Sheriff's liuusu? thought where could I.i;eU$loo. L then Mr. Taylor ho wuntcd to explain nil went homo I think I was Called out to that anything I say to you wllLsbel -ii-. Inspector, 12tn U II. District.
w. Yea. wMil-tn 'Isol's and said have you got the circumstance containing this $100 Punnhou or Muuoa, I Hoii'l remember coming directly from IBOt"an(l!l"yo'1"',
Q. On April 7th you say ou Intro- any ready ciibIi. he said yes-and ask- note and the offer. of this bribe mo:ioy. which, bo 1 could not stay, and wall must not think, for n Inotneht that 1
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