GILBERT Leung Kam-ho suggested ''giving some money'' to Regional Councillor Mr Cheung Hon-chung to win his vote in the Legislative Council elections, the High Court heard yesterday. The next day, Leung tried to give Mr Cheung a packet allegedly containing $100,000. Mr Cheung refused it, but assured Leung he would be his second choice on the ballot paper. Leung, 38, has pleaded not guilty to having offered $100,000 to Mr Cheung and $50,000 to another Regional Councillor, Mr Fung Pak-tai, in return for their votes. New Territories District Board member Mr Ko Kim-chi said Leung had asked him to arrange the meeting as Mr Ko and Mr Cheung were friends. When the two came to his office, Mr Ko told Mr Cheung to support Leung in his bid to get elected to Legco. One or two weeks before the September 1991 election, Leung and Mr Ko met in a sauna. Mr Ko claimed Leung told him Mr Cheung was reluctant to vote for him. Leung suggested giving Mr Cheung some money at another meeting. On hearing this, Mr Ko told Leung that he did not want to get involved if it was to do with money. The next day Leung arrived at Mr Ko's office with a packet. Mr Ko said he told Leung to take it back, saying he did not want to get involved. ''But he refused. He said, 'Please help, please help','' the witness told Mr Justice Keith and the jury. When asked by Mr Michael McMahon for the Crown what help Leung wanted, the witness said he wanted the money given to Mr Cheung. When Mr Cheung arrived, Leung asked Mr Ko to do the talking. After some hesitation, Mr Ko told Mr Cheung that Leung wanted his vote and that, if he did, he could take the money. Mr Cheung rejected the offer, but later said he would name him as second choice. Leung left, but did not take his money. The previous witness, Mr Fung, who completed his testimony yesterday, denied defence suggestions that the packet Leung was allegedly trying to give him could be a donation for a Cheung Chau project. Mr Fung, who is also chairman of Cheung Chau Rural Committee, said there was no suggestion from Leung that he wanted to make a donation. It is the defence case that the $50,000 Leung gave Mr Fung and Sha Tin District Board member Mr Lau Hon-kit was a donation. Re-examined by Mr McMahon, Mr Fung said the committee had never received a donation from Leung. When asked by Mr Justice Keith what he thought the packet contained when Leung allegedly handed it to him saying it was a treat, Mr Fung said: ''I sensed it may be money.'' The hearing continues.