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JSVflNlNO BOLLBTlWt HONOLULU, T. If., MONDAY. SEPT. 7, 1908.
W. A. Kinney Offered
To Take Up Note
IAUKEA'S TESTIMONY CONCLUDE3 WITH INTERESTING DETAIL OF
ISOI TRANSACTION CONFIDENCE IN TOWNSEND.
BORROWS FROM POLICE OFFICERS AC
TION HE TOOK
t. Call J on ircollccl Ilia iy tint
you had Unit cotivcisntlou with Mr.
Taylor iilioul Hint nolo? A. 1 ilon'l
know, I think It wiih nliout n few dnyH
lifter llio attempted bribery nt my
house. When Wiiikcil Towiisend why
Isol illil not bring tha money, thut wns
the time, It wns within those days t
ilon'l know whether It wiih hefoio or
afterwards that I told Taylor the
Q. Well wan It before or after tho
HiiliHtitiited nolo wan given that you
linil this talk with Taylor, Ihls Inrl
dent nt tho liomu of tho :tttcniited
bribery occurred MiinewheicB during
thu Ihhd week of May? A. About a
week before tho nolo became due,
Eomcwhcics probably about that ( I inc.
t). Hut thin conversation with Tay
lor waH Hint before, or after the exe
cution of the xuhitltiited note? A
Q. Have you ever made u state
incut Unit the teason you took up the
original Isol note and executed tho
bllhiUtilled note wan becauso ou did
not want Mr. Tailor to knoV about
the trnnsnctlon? A. I don't re'niom
her making Hint statement, but tho
real purpose wn.i to nvolil nil this pul
llclly. I don't want the nolo to Btny
In Isol's luiiul.
(. What was tho leaMin, about n
week after tho execution of tho nolo
when ou Kiiy you first lenrned that
tho Isol iiicntioiied In the nolo wns
tho Iwllel IkoI, that you did not then
Inke Bteps to renrrnngo tho transac
Hon? A. I did not hnvo the money
In the .'IrBt plnco. I didn't know where
to no Mini borrow the money.
(J On .llllio IhI, when you did sub
stitute' the Townsend note. ou illil
I would liko In connection witit
this matter to say T should like to.
read the statement of Ofurcr Town-
scnil, nn affidavit In tlio form of nvi
Honolulu, Jul:' 27. 10RH
BTATKMKNT OK K. VMWNBBND.
1. B. Townsend. of llolnolulu, Oa-
hu, being duly sworn, do depose, and
That Bomo tlnlo during the month
of April, Sheriff fauken rcrucr,tcd mo
to seo ir I could oorrow iuu irom
ono of my friends. 1 visited, several
friends, but notio or them ni.ii I0'l
In cnBh, licrnuse on Hint particular
day Sheriff Intikcn siokc to Jiio ubout
It rather late In tho nflcrnonn, sec
ondly, tho banks were nlf closed,
which prevented my friends from
drawing from the li.tnkH. 1 comM not
think of any oUier person .Having
1 don't know exactly, I think It was not have Iho money to pay It then?
about that time, my recollection Is A. 1 expected tho money rroin nun
Hint this tall: with Taylor nnd Town j unman, the man Is Chang Chan, who
bend In my office about tho note (run- lento propel ty belonging to my wire
paction was about two or tlucu days vvhcic the I'niplio Theater Is now, and
after they had been nt my house, Isol I hail Just made n new lensu of It,
had been at my house. mi that they could extend their Imsl-
(j. And then how long after that ness, for J150 a year. Ilu had paid
was It that you told Mr. Taylor ubout $2."i and It was the balance that 1 nr
the attempted bribery? A. May have ranged for Chang Chnn to bilng tho
been tho ilav nrtor. (day 1 gave tho substituted note.
O. What dbl von-tell Mr. Taylor O. So that tho only icnBon that you
:ib to what your plans In referenro to did not. ns soon us you discovered that
eiilrnnnlng I sol ilium that bribery Pto- tho Isol mentioned In Iho note was
linslilim? A. I said to Mr. Taylor Hie Iwllel Isol, rearrange tho transac-
that 1 thought I was going to hnvo Hon by giving u substituted note or
1 siko soiiH'lhlng about a sensation otherwise ns you subsequently did
ubout arresting Isol for nttempted!wns because at that time you hnd no
Q. And did yoif itsk him what hadt.whon I heard Iho above statement
gono wrong? A. Jso, I did not? (from my wife, I licked her nnd klck-
Mlt. IAUKKA led her out of tho house, but friends
Interceded, nnd 1 took her back. I
got mad with my wife, hot becauso
tho transaction wns exposed, but be
cause sho hnd no light to meddle
With my prlvntn affairs.
Mr, Sheriff, I am ready to make
tho above statement before anybody
that the transaction wns purely per
gonal nnd had nothing to do with the
Iwllel mnttcr ono way or the other.
I know Mr, Inouye offered to give
Interest for tho money loaned, but I
declined, Tho noto wns paid up
when it beenmo due, nnd nt that
tlmo I considered tho transaction as
closed. i:. TOWN8RNO.
Now 1 want to say this to tho
Committee, when this matter camo
up, us well ns the other deal which
wns mado. .public, I asked Townsend,
who Interpreted for this man Isol
on this day, Sunday, July 12th. to
i write down ns far as lie could re
nvnltnliln mull. i I went to I.Ull Ullll
spoke to him about tho loan, '.which membor tho conversation, at least,
ho favored mo with right nwny. All""" """.,"w ""- n my
Mm time I borrowed tho money irom .RC- o so nnu urougnt mo n
bribery, but Hint 1 had Hllppvd up on
II, homo words tu Hint effect.
Q. Wiih that thu flint (lino that you
over iiicnlloncdto any ono that you'
had n plan or scheme to entrap It-ol
In tho bribery matter? A. I think so.
when I knew that they didn't come
mid Townsend, who said thcro was
Mimethlng wrong, I had plans to nr
rest them but ns they didn't conie, I
didn't nay anything nioro about tho
matter until Townsend camo to my
offlcu and told mo about this Inter
view with Mr. Tuylor.
Q. You sny that on tho following
livening. Hint Is tho evening following
the making of tho $Hnn proposition,
you hud formulated plana for tho nr
rest of Isol? A. Yes.
(J. Whut plan hnd you formulated?
A. Receiving of the money, getting
of the money nnd tho presence of
Bomo witnesses there to look on from
lnsldo to bco tho actual handing over
of tho money."'
O. When you spoko of tho wlt
iiobbcs. did you nicnn Townsend? A.
Townsend wns supposed to bo with
Isol nt tho time, at least I expected
them to romo again.
Q. What witnesses had you arrnng.
imI wllli to bo there tho following
evening? A. I suggested they hi Ins
the $15(Xl with them.
(. And what persons had ou nr
innged to bo there on Hint following
night iib witnesses? A. I had not nr
innged, 1 did not say a word to any
body becnilHo thero were peoplo at
the house. 1 could very eiiBlly get an
(nicer out thcro about 1 mlnuteB be
causo I hnvo n private lelephono nt
Q. Just prior to the execution of
the original tinn Isol note nrcoulliis
to tho statements Hint have been
made, jou mado endeavors to burrow
that money elBOwhere, did sou not?
Q. According to tho Dtateinents
that have been made? A, Whcio?
Q. According to tho press. A.
.The press don't always glvo out tho
Q, Is ttint a facl that you h.ui
made endenvors to hccurc u loan from
other soiiiccs? A. Yes, 1 did. Hefoio I
negotiated this loan, It wnH tho snniu
loan that I obtained fiom Colburn, I
went to Mr. Dillingham to bco If I
could get money to meet theso notes
or mine that I had given out or differ
ent peoplo nnd which weio becoming
dim, lin being tho only ono that I
thought could help mo to raise sonio
money. I nuked for 2r,0 at tho tlmo
to meet two notes, t failed to get any
money from Mr. Dillingham so I went
to Colburn and bonnwed $150 fiom
him. With Hint money I paid a noto
that wns becoming duo ubout that
tlmo. I nlbo tried to bco W. II. Castle,
rather James Castle to seo If I could
mil get somo money through them for
the biiine purposo of meeting notes
paying notes but failed to find hlni
at his ofuco nn tho two occasions that
I railed there.
(J. Theso demands wcro mado
prior to tho Isol noto, wero they not?
A. Sonictlmo pi lor m ino ihoi iioiu,
It w.ih all for tho sumo purposo. I
think this was paid over this par
llcular money was paid ovor ny mo
to John Ilakor, not to Colburn ns Iho
paper announced. Ho nnd I mo very
lrlendly, and when ho bus money
which Is duo him, I soniotlmoH collect
it. In Uils cube ho had sold a liorso
to Dr. CoITor. Ho bent tho horso
down and requested mo to collect Iho
inonoy. When tho liorso arrived Dr.
Coffer brought mo tho check for tho
nniount, and when being In that con
dition with him. he told mo I could
nlwuys use his monoy, fto I took that
money to pay It over to Mr. P
ubout Unit time, nliout tho lBt of May,
I think. I wns owing I , thcro-
wns $100.00, bo I took this money I
had of Maker's nnd paid I' anil
took up my note. Ilakor was coming
down on Saturdny bo I borrowed this
name money to pay John linker, this
inonoy Hint I took, mi thut Is how this
whole matter eomo about. Tho state
ment that tho paper gave out was not
coiicct ubout John Column.
money to pay Isol that Is tho only
leason? A. Anil tho nddilloiial ron
ton of thinking that tho matter would
never becoino public. I considered 11
puiely u private inntler of nobody's
business. I wns not acting In my of
(. The agitation nliout Hint lime,
hay March and April Inst, ror tno
closing of Iwllel enmo from whnt per
sons? A. Ministerial Union.
Through a petition signed by tho
members of tho Union, and promi
nent business men In tho community,
such ns C. M. Cooke, 1'. C. Jones nnd
11. F. Dillingham, nnd .bo on.
Pcrtonally In Favor.
Q. Wero you personally in favor of
Iwllel remaining open? A. Person-
nlly I am In favor of It. That Is, to
set asldo somo place, but I Mail no
other course but to enforce tho law.
(J. Do sou know ns a matter of fact
whether during tho week tho (loot was
hero Iwllel was open? A. It was.
.Most or tho women had gono back
llieio and was trying lo tin business.
I told .thu Committee of tho Ministe
rial Union that I preferred not to ar
rest any of tho sailors or officers who
wero thcro during tho tlmo tho licet
wns hero: Hint I preferred not to ar
rest any of tho sailors of tho ships,
ns It might hnvo tho result ns it
might have tho opposlto result of
whut thoy wero Mining nt.
Q. So (hut during tho licet week
iwllel wiih running open? A. No, sir,
not nt any time. They wcro trying to
do II under cover.
Q. About how many women wero
doing business nt I sol's place during
tho fleet week? A. I don't Know, I
went down thero sovcrnl times with
tho Commltteo of tho Mlnlstoilnl Un
ion, ulso with tho police otneers, and
had special officers detailed thcro to
try and prevent open prostitution iiko
before, in fact I did nil I could to pro
vent open prostitution during tho tlmo
that the lleet was hero.
Q. Were any at rests for prostitu
tion mndu thcro during Hint period of
time of any of tho women? A. I don't
lemember whether thero wcro any nr
rests mado or not.
(. During Hint period of time, did
you discriminate In nny manner
ngulnst Isol nud tho uso of his prem
ises for prostitution? A. No sir, on
Hie other hand I look steps to nave
Iho plnco closed up by having olltcers
Blutlnncd thero fin they could not do
open business. ir. wiiiningworiii,
who Is attorney ror Mnklno tno ftin
kino place camo to my office nbout
tho tlmo that tho fleet was hero nnd
said Hint Iho Isol plnco and the Block
ade wns running, nnd Hint If I did not
take stens to ston It. that his clients,
Mukluo nnd somo other Jnpancho that
uro on the Huut premises, would Start
up business also. I told Chllllngworth
that I mil trying to do all I know how
to stop tho opening of Iwllel ugaln,
and Hint officers wero stntlonod thero
day and night with Instructions to
prevent business of thut naturo In the
open, nnd I hclluvo a good dcnl of It
wns done Hint way sloppod.
O. What do you menu by prevent
ing Iho doing of business In tho opon?
A. Open prostitution, mm is, ny wo.
men standing at tncir uoors nun can
lug men In.
Q. Now ono other question, I wish
you would btnto as clearly ns you can,
tno reason wny uieso uriiiury hi-kuuu-
tlnns ceiiBed? A. I don't know, I nev
er wns ablo to find out why, but my
own Impression Is that thoy had got
Information that Ttiyior Knew nuoui
It. That Is only my impression, but
I novcr was told why, I novcr found
Q. Townsend told you that some
thing was wrong? A. That Is whnt I
understood him tfo say, that some
thing hnd gono wrong, hut what he
meant I don't know, 1 supposo wnot
Tnylor had said to him.
Q. Did you ask Townsend whnt had
gono wiong? A. I asked him why
thoy did tint bilng tho money nt the
tlmo uppolnted. Ho wild ho did not
know; that something had gouo
W1011K. ... .
Isol, I told him thut ho must not' ex
pect nny return fnvor because, ns
fnr as tho loan was concerned, lit Is
purely a simple personnl transaction,
I nsked Isol how much Interest he
wanted, I30I replied Unit ho wns not
In thu loan business nnd there fore
did not rnre for Interest. I gave the
money lo Sheriff luukca the Biimo af
ternoon, nnd received his itjito
which I gave to Isol later on. At
tho tlmo tho Sheriff wioto tho inula
he nsked mo who tho man was. I
simply told him that the person ivas
one of my friends. The noto -was
taken up when It became duo .and
tho transaction ended.
U. TOWN'S!? NO.
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
fore mo this 28th day of July,
A. D. 1908.
(8.) A. N. FKUNANDK55.
Notary Public, First Judicial
Q. Thut affidavit wns mado by Mr.
Townsend nt your request? A. In
his own writing.
Q. At your request? A. At. my
Q. Whnt was your reason for
keeping the original Isol note) nnd
destroying tho substituted noto? A.
On account of publicity tlint might
bo given Hi I kept tho original, tho
substitute I destroyed. I endorsed it
on the snmo day that I took It up.
Q. Well, tho notation across tho
fnco of tho noto docs not in nny man
ner indlcato that tho substituted
noto Is ono In fnvor of Townsend
nnd not Isol. A. I say It was issued
to Townsend, tho substituted noto.
Q. Yes, but tho notation aicross
the face docs not Indlcato that? A.
It docs not. isol will mako that
Statement, I think.
I wish to submit this document
also for whnt It Is worth to show to
what extent the Commltteo will glvo
credit to tho statements of Isol In
rofcrcncc to this matter.
On tho Sunday Hint Mr. Tnylor
took leave of tho pollco force after
tho pollco Inspection, Isol camo to
my office unsolicited by mo nnd
mado thin stntement, which i nnii
slnco nnd which I had Townsend put
to writing and mado him sign ho
acted ns Interpreter.
Q. You hnd Townsend sign It?
A. Yes, Townsend signed It.
Honolulu. July 12, laos.
Stntement made by Isol to tho Slier
Iff nt the pollco station In presonco
of Interpreter Townsend ' on tho
morning of July 12th:
Mr. Sheriff. I camo to seo you'to
dny in regard to the nrtlclcs written
In the ovonlng paper about tho promisor)-
noto you gavo mo nt ono tlmo.
I liavo nlways considered that ns far
as tho loan was concerned.' It was
nothing but o. purn personal business
transaction, and 1 bcllevo it is no
ones business, ami, sncrin, i icoi
Hint cross lnJustlco has been dono to
you by publishing such n trifling
thing. When I heard that Mr. Hrec-
kons had In his possession tho photo
graph of your note, I mndn investiga
tion ns to how the noto reached his
hand. I suspected my wife, nnd,
Sheriff, I asked her It sho ever show
ed the noto to Mr. llreckons, to
which she replied that Mr. llreckons
camo to my bouse nt Iwllel ono day
whllo I was nbsent. nnd Mr. llreck
ons asked my wife how much monoy
sho had saved up lately, as It Is cus
tomary for Mr. llreckons to visit my
house, nt least once a month, nnd
goes nil over tho room nnd sees
things In sight, ns he Is Interested
In my welfare. I nm moro or less
under obligations to Mr. llreckons,
as ho has nlways been good to mo
and at one time, even loaning mo
monoy when I wns hard up; that
was about three years ago. My wife
claims that whon sho opened tho
trunk sho took out n bunch of notes
and receipts, which sho kept In tho
trunk and showed It to Mr. llreck
ons. Mr. Ilrockons picked out a ccr
tnln npto and asked my wlfo how
sho came to get tho note In question,
which ho said wns from Mr. laukca.
My wlfo says that sho told Mr. llrec
kons that she did not know anything
nbout It. Mr. llreckons requested
my wlfo to let him hnvo tho noto for
n little whllo. She consented nnd
Mr. llreckons took nwny tho note,
lint Boon brought It back. Of course
rough copy In pencil of this state
incut. I looked It over nnd In n gen
oral wny gavo the substanro of whnt
Isol had said to me, then I nsked him
to typowrlto It nnd sign It. which ho
did, nnd this is tha stntfmont that
ho hnd typewritten nnd signed.
Q. Did you say Hint you wroto
portion of this stutcment? A. No,
Unit Is nil In Townbund's own words.
Whon tho mnttor was to bo Inves
tigated by tho Grand Jury, nt least
when I reported the matter to tho
Attorney General followed by nn In
vestigation of tho (Irani! Jury, I,ar
i.ach, tho Deputy Attorney General,
happened to bo In my office. I show
ed him these two statements, nnd
LUggcstcd to Ijirnaeh, who was In
vestigating tho matter for the At
torney General's Department, wheth
er it would not bo advisable to hnvo
Townsend look over theso stnto
ments, nt least the Isol statement.
and nsked him whether the state
ment given there was as near cor
rect ns he could remember. Mr.
l-irnnch called Mr. Townsend Into
my office, showed hlni tha statement
of Isol nnd nsked Townsend If Hint
wns tho stntement that Isol had
mado to mo through himself ns In
terpreter. Townsend snld yes. Tho
Committee will notice that Isol
makes n very different statement In
tho paper, In tho Ilullctln, ns to
how llreckons came to tho note. Hut
I wnnt to show that this Is whut Isol
r.altl to me through Townsend, nnd I
wish to testify to tho correctness of
that, as far as wo could remember.
That Is how I remember that conver
sation, til at Is, the substance of It,
Mil. MIL.VEHTON- - .
Q. You had necessarily to rely en
tirely on Townscnd's Interpretation?
A. Entirely. I
Q. And yon. statu thlit you havo
littlo or no confidence In Townsend?
A. Well, I had my ronlldence very
much shaken up In him. I can't say
whether Isol said that or not, because
I don't understand Japanese.
Q. Havo you ever borrowed any
money other than this" Isol $100 nolo
through members of tho pollco de
partment or your subordinates, or
from persoiiB outsldo ox tho pollco
department? A. I haw.
Q. In what Instance? A. Through
Officer Apann. I asked Officer Apann
ono day some six or eight months
ugo If ho could help mo borrow $100
Just tho same way, nnd ho brought
tho money. I filled out tho nolo In
my own handwriting and gave It to
him; mado it to tho party that tho
officer borrowed tho money frpm and
later paid It. In that caso In In
Q. Is that (he only Instnnco In
which you have borrowed monoy In
that way? A. That is nil, I think.
Q. Through your subordinates
from peoplo outside of tho depart
ment. A. In tho case of Apann, I
don't know. Ha went out nnd
brought tho money In and I nsked
him who to mako tho noto out to
and he snld to so and bo.
Q. Is thnt tha only Instance- be
sides the Isol Instance? A. I think
that Is tho only two Instances.
Q. Or havn you borrowed money
nsldo from theso two Instances from
tho officers of tho department or sub
ordinates of tho department without
knowing where they secured money?
A. Yes, I have borrowed money
from officers of tho department In
nmounts of $n.00, $2,50 or $4.00 ns
I needed tho money. I would ask
the clerk, Mr. Itoso, sometimes it
he could spare mo a little money out
of his own pocket, hut no Inrgcr
nmounts, moro than $3, $4 or $0,
nnd only In the shnpo of I. O. U's, I
novcr gavo notes for theso small
I think Unit It nil, Sheriff.
Woll. thoro Is ono mnttcr moro I
would like to Bay, and Hint Is,
want to keep tha documents I havo
just shown, but you can get them
any tlmo that you want.
There Is ono thing moro I would
like to ndd, that Mr. W. A. Klnnoy
It wns from Mr. Klnnoy that I
IlrBt learned Hint Mr. llreckons had
a photograpn of my noto. Yes. thut
was nbout tho first week of tho be
ginning or second week of Juno. Ho
mot mo on the sheet out hore, on tho
Young Hotel sidewalk, nnd asked mo
Scout? Tuarey; r' wS tTGAZ zjyuxje or I KA", .. Mai I '
BBPIHPSfi it?TS2?vtfc'A 'ka SiOB?i3SkifffMKi
iBBsrusJitrjacei jransTMs ctuszcea.
Monnstlr, n view of which Is shown In the above illustration, is the heailiiu.irn-r- of the Young Turkey
Party of Union nud Progress," which has triumphed In Its determination lo establish i roustltiitlonal govern
ment In Iho Ottoman Empire. Officers of tho Third Army Corps, stationed In the vllnyet, some of whom shot
Ostium lllduyct In tho barracks, threatened to kill all thu generals In Macedoniu. and to march with nn nrmy
'from Motiuslir to Constantinople (four bundled inlleH) nud demand tho le-estaMlshmenl or the loustltiitloti
of 1H7J1. Tho Revolutionary Commltteo of the Young TuiKs In Mouastti have even nssiimrd the functions ot
nnd soldiers, with well-paved strcceople, mostly Greeks nud Unitarians, the Turks being chiefly officials
.ovcrnment. It Is a city of 4n,000 pis, clean houses, many mosques, nnd minarets nud line bazaars.
If I had borrowed money fiom ono
Isol. I told him that I hail, much
to my regret. Ho then informed mo
that llreckons, tho United Stntes
District Attorney, is said lo hnvo tho
photograph of that note, and offered
mo tho money to go anil pay Isol bo
ns to take up tho nolc. I told Mr.j
Kinney' that 1 had already p.ifil thu
monoy bark nnd had tho nolo in my I
possession. I ulso told Mr. Kinney
then nt that tlmo everything In con
nection vvltll the note, how It had
come about and the attempted brib
ery nt my himso subsequent to1 tho
giving of Iho note. I also told Mr.
Emmoluth the same thing somo tlmo
Inter when he spoke to inn ubout
Taylor's Intended resignation.
Q. What Kinney was that? A.
Tho attorney. W. A. Kinney, tho at
(1. How long was that conversa
tion nftcr you lind paid tho Isol nolo?
A. I think it wiih nbout a week or
ten days after I had paid tho note.
tj. And hnwlong was it-after that
that jou had thu Emmeluth conver
sation? A. It was a week or two
after thai. He spoke to niu first
nbout Tuylor's resignation nnd I told
hlni the whole thing.
That Is all.
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ed us fnr as construction, speed, nnd l'ort Myor will bo of almost dully oc
cudiirunco woio concerned, Captain .curicncc.
llaldwin still had ono provision of Word was received at nrt siyor
his contract to carry out. This was tonight front Orvillo Wright, tho
to train two Signal Corps olllcers to 'ueroplanlst, that ho would nrrlva
hqiidlo tho crnft. Today In an hour's .Thursday. His neroplano Is believed
time, ho trained three olllcers to , to bo In tho freight station hero now.
Oeneinl Allen's satisfaction. Tho of- but tho Wright llrothers havo until
fleers of tho Signal Corps will-lose tho USth to make delivery at rort
io opportunity for further nractlccMicr, . . . ,