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TOWNSEND'S FURTHER TESTIMONY OF
HIS DEALINGS AS AGENT OF SHERIFF
Told Sheriff, Thwlng Was
Testimony of Towntend Continued.
Q. ltlght there did tho suggestion
that money ho paid come from Isol In
tho first place or from the Sheriff? A.
From IboI. So the Sheriff laughed and
said don't say a word, and Isol said
If that Ih not enough I am ready to
give you $750, well 1 nm not suro nbout
that part, I think Isol rained It to
$1000 that wax It. Tho Sheriff said
It Is a very dangerous proposition be
cause, in case It comes out I liavo to
loso my reputation and of course I
don't want to lose my reputation for a
little amount Ilka that, and anyhow I
have to think It over, and I will let
you know through Tow'nscnd In a day
or so. Isol said when shall 1 came to
see you, h'o said well, )ou drop In the
next night, or two nights after t am
not posltlvo about that. Wc came
back that .night. The noxt night I
went out to the Sheriff's house by my-
tun, ub iiu iiuu requesicu me o ue
out thcro about 7 o'clock that even
ing, and he said to be ery careful
and not let anyono see mo going out
Q. This time that you aro talking
about, when this proposition was be
ing discussed, was It between tho time
of the signing of tho original note and
the time that Taylor found out! A.
Mr. Taylor was at the Coast about
that time. So the next night t took a
hack, but instead of going straight to
Pcnsacola Btrcet and Hassenger street,
I went away out King street, went up
. and then went over
l'to Hassenger street. I got off from
the hack at about two
blocks away and I walked up I got
off fro.n tho hack at the corner of
and I.unnlllo street
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When I arrived thero tho Bherlff was
nut, then I waited and ho came back
In an automobile. I went on tho ver
andah and wo both sat there, I told
the Sheriff I had come Just at tho time
you told mo to como tonight, but you
wort" out so I waited around, he said
he had been detained. Then we
talked In regard to that IboI matter,
he said of cuurso I hate like anything
to nccept any present of that kind,
hut I would like to pay certain debts
Leforo I go out of office, which is n
little over $1000. which I would liko
to pay very much because it becomes
duo pretty soon. Ho says, to toll you
the truth I 9m not going to run ror
offlco again, so I would liko to get
clear of my debts, don't you think Isol
could afford to pay $1500, I said It
was very hard for mo to answer that.
whether Isol could pay you that
amount or not, but I suppose they
would pay anything to have tho place,
opened up. Then he Bald It Is a very
dangerous proposition, If tho mission
aries found out thoy would como alter
me liko everything. Ho I said well, as
far as I am concerned you can deiend
on me, I would rather go to jail nrst
than havo you go thcro. And how
about Isoi ha said, and I said Isol Is
all right I supposo because If no goes
and tells anybody about this proposi
tion, he would bo Just as much guilty
as the one who accepted, so ho would
bo giving himself away, and I suppose
he has been long enough In thla coun
try to find out nbout that part of the
law, and another thing ho has been
long enough In that lino of business to
find out about that. Tho Sheriff said
I think you aro right. Well anyhow I
said, shall I tell Isol what you said
and ho said yes. So that same night
I went to Iwllel about after 11
o'clock, I went straight to Iwllel
from there, saw Isoi and spoke to him
about the I1G00 matter. Isol shook
his head and says well that Is a pret
ty big amount I havo to consult my
'friends becauso a big amount like that
I can't give an answer ono way or tho
other. I canio back and that wob
about all. And (hen after that the
note matter came up. '
Q. Right after that tho matter of
the note came to the knowledge of Mr,
Taylor, and this conversation between
Taylor and yourself, and between Tay
lor and Iaukca occurred? A. Yes. So
the next time I saw Isol he never gave
mo any answer one way or the other
In regard to the $1500 so anyhow 1
told Isol these people were very fool
ish to talk about tho matter about
keeping tho noto lu the house. That
was about all.
Q. Now was anything dono after
that time about tho $1000 or tho $1500
proposition? A. I don't think so.
Q. Did you ever talk to the Sheriff
(.bout it what other conversation did
you have with ttio Sheriff In regard to
.his matter? A. I told mm tho noxt
morning that Isol told mo that ho
would havo to consult his friends, be
causo $1500 was rather a blgrsum.
Q. What did tho Sheriff say? A. Ho
said all right.
Q. After that did you over have a
talk with tho Sheriff about that prop
osition? A, No, after that tho Sher
iff told me that after tho noto had be
come known that perhaps you are not
awaro that the idea of raising tho
sum of $1500 and $1000 was to catch
Isol and 1 was using you as a tool.
Then I said, tilery you arc Sheriff,
that Is why, In'tlio beginning, I asked
you to get another Interpreter, now
you hnve got mo In n fine mono. He
says, well, you haven't done anything
wrong. Yes, but It doesn't look very
nice, thai Is why in the beginning 1
wanted you to get another Interpret
er. The Sheriff said, what did ou
think, did you think that 1 was going
to accept It, or that I v. as laying a
trap, and I said It wan very hard to
express my opinion, but If jon aro
going to trap Mm, why did you not
tell me In the beginning?
Prefers Japanese to Missionaries.
Q. Up to that time he had never
mentioned to you that he was carry
ing on theso negotiations to trap Isol?
A. No. I told him that I smelt some
thing from the beginning of this af
fair, that Is why I asked you and
UBkfd Isol to get another Interpreter,
because I told you I am under you to
servo you In an official capacity and
I thought It would not bo right, and
I hat Isol also had been in that lino of
business and ho was wry prominent
In this town among the Japanese so I
did not want tp take part In the Inter
preting, as I would rather leave tho
Police Department than take part In
this proposition, becauso It would
blacken my name with the Japanese.
I told the Bherlff tills Job of the police
station I couldn't hold for my life
time, It Is only a matter of two years,
when n new Sheriff comeH In I might
bo kept or I may bo fired, so I could
not lose my reputation with tho Jan-
aneso and if I took part In anything
liko that they would down me like
anything. I told the Sheriff further
more I would rather lose the con
fidence of tho missionaries than lose
the confidence of my fellow Japanese.
Q. Did the Sheriff, at any time, re
quest you to get a written statoment
I rum Isol, either as to the note tran
action or as tortho proposition to pay
$1000 or $1500, or any other sum fot
the opening of Iwllel? A. Isol went
down ono Sunday morning, I forget
tho date It was Inspection morning.
After tho Inspection I started to go
homo, and when I reached tho corner
of Nuuanu and Hotel streets, n bicycle
officer camo after mo I don't remem
ber who It was he sas come back to
tho Sheriff's office, a Japanese Is In
his offlco. I went back and saw Isoi
In tho office. I asked him what ho
wanted. Well, Isol said, I camo hero
this morning to express my regret
about how tho noto came out to the
nubile, so be. said you must not blame
mo for that. ,Ho says, Mr. urcckons
who Is a friend of mine seems came
around to call, and one day during
my absence Mr. Breckons visited us
and mywifo started showing him re
ceipts, notes and bills she had in tho
trunk, nm! whpn Mr. Ilreckons had
gone, through those, things no camo
across this noto of the Sheriff and
Isol says Mr. Urcckons asked his wife
If sho would not let him havo the
noto for a little while, he said sho con
tented. Mr. Urcckons took the nolo
and brought It back In a little while
after, so Isol said when he found out
that from his wife, ho says, Ho scold
ed her, beat her and kicked her' out
of tho houso for Interfering witn a
man's business, but hp.sald some of
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his friends Interceded and be wild ho
took' her" back at;aln. Ho apologized
Q. This fa tho story that Isol told
tho Sheriff when ho wont to explain
how tho matter of tho noto becanio
public? A. Yes.
Q. Was thero anything olao said
thcro? A. I think that wob all. Of
course, tho noxt day the Sheriff asked
him to make a statement. Ho sent
mo out to Iwllel to boo It he would not
make a written tntemont or to that
effect Isol somehow refused to make
a written statement, ho said my verb
al statemont Is just as good, I don't
see any necessity of making a written
Q. What did tho Shorlff think that
time Isol was explaining of how this
noto became known, what did tho
Sheriff think? A. He did not express
his opinion, he Bays, It was not very1
nlco for Mr. Breckons to act tno wey
Thwlng. Jones, Richards.
Q. At any ot these conversations
between Isol and tho Sheriff as to tho
opening of Iwllel, did the Sheriff make
any statement as to whether or not
he was willing to have Iwllel reop
ened, so far as ho was concernod? A.
Well, ho expressed tho opinion, per
sonally ho was In favor of It, but ho
BavH Thwlnr. P. C. Jones and Rich
urds woro the ones who asked him to
close -Iwllel up. I told tho Sheriff you
have a petition In your hands, which
think Is a very good idoa to taico in
to some consideration of course, P.
C, Jones Is a very rich man, but tho
petition was sinned by Hawaiian votes
so I said why not consider it.
Q. That was the petition that Iwl
lel be permitted to run open? A. Yes,
ho said It was signed mostly by labor
ing people, and that thero wero no
nromlnent people who signed It. 1
said that was a very good excuse. Ho
said yes, ho thought so. Then thoro
Was another conversation about 20
days ago, tho Sheriff called me Into
tho offlco and told mo Townsend, I
honor your more than Mr. Breckons,
but tho missionaries uon 1 seem 10
Opposed by Missionaries,
liko you to stay In this offlco so I
said, I thought 1 always have dono my
full duty with you and acted the way
a man should act, but If tho mission
aries don't liko me to stny In this of
fice, I will tender my resignation
then no said 1 nato 10 ioso you, uui
can't help It. Ho asked mo to make
a statement for Mr. Thwlng as to tho
I1B0O. Mr. Thwlng happened to bo
wnttlng thero outside of tho door. I
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