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These days in Hilo have been really chilly.
These are now the long nights of Hooilo.
The cold snow has covered the famous Mountains of great Hawaii these days.
The sun is scorching in the district of Kau these days; that is what we hear.
The two Kona are lacking in rainfall these past days, and it has become problematic to the people there.
(Hoku o Hawaii, 12/16/1920, p. 3)