Kuokoa tries to alter tradition, 1923

THE PAGES OF THE NEWSPAPER TO BE CUT.

Because the paper coming into this office these days is a fraction, as well as the type setting boy of the Kuokoa cannot adequately fill the usual eight pages of the newspaper every week, being that the other type setters are busy with a lot of other jobs, so he has no help. It has been decided for now to cut down the paper to six pages.

While this decrease of the Kuokoa to six pages is expected not to be for a long time, but when we see that the path is clear to return the newspaper to its regular size, we will let the public know.

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