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to make a fire necessary. Overcoats are never needed. The same weight of garments can be worn the twelve months round with no feeling of inconvenience; and one never suffers from the gusty, raw weather which is so trying in nearly all our own States. During the months from November to April the climate is as near perfection as can be found in the world. Days of glorious sunshine,
MAYON VOLCANO, FROM LEGASPI.
not too hot if one can avoid the rays of the sun from about eleven to four oaclock, are followed by nights of starlight and moonlight of such brilliance as can only be found near the equator. When Americans learn the perfection of the Philippine climate from November to March, multitudes will divide their time in the East between Japan and our own possessions.
Professor Dean C. Worcester has this to say of the climate here:Professor Dean C. Worcester has this to say of the climate here: