Mistaken.—I am the one whose name appears below, I show myself before the public, that I signed the aloha aina paper was not right; being that I signed my name without being explained what makes aloha aina right. And being that it was made clear to me the good and the benefits of annexation, with it right and correct in my understanding. Continue reading
[This is the article referred to by Mrs. Maule in the previous post. It is hard to read because the right side of the page this appears on fell into shadow because of the binding of the newspaper into a book. Interestingly, there is another similar article that appears right above this one that is attributed to another person from Waihee, S. Hookano.]
(Kuokoa, 5/6/1893, p. 2)
DON’T BE DECEIVED.
Please give me some tolerance, O Editor, and publicize this: in the Kuokoa newspaper of the 6th of May, 1893, page two, they announce with the title—”Mistaken [Kuhihewa].” And within that it proclaims to the public that it was I who put out that announcement pertaining to me putting my signature to the things dealing with annexation with the United States of America and about Aloha Aina. Continue reading