[Found under: “LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.”]
The new Hawaiian daily paper, “La Kuokoa,” started the other day printed about 1200 copies. Out of this number only 80 copies were circulated. Such is the native Hawaiian’s love for annexation.
[The newspaper referred to above is the daily, Nupepa Puka La Kuokoa me Ko Hawaii Paeaina i Huiia. It began on 1/23/1893, and like the Nupepa Kuokoa of the day, it was pro-annexation. It is interesting to read this next to today’s earlier post.
It is also worth noting that this paper had the means to charge low subscription rates ($.50 for a month), whereas its competition, the patriotic daily, Ka Nupepa Puka La Aloha Aina, had to charge a dollar per month.]
(Daily Bulletin, 1/26/1893, p. 3)