Oldalképek
PDF
ePub

1898.]

JUNE, SIXTH MONTH.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS.

Days. d. m. Days.

d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.

's Declination.

[ocr errors]

22N. 8

7

22 49 13

23 15

19

23 27 25 23 23

[blocks in formation]
[ocr errors]

23 19

23 16

O Full Moon, 4th day, 9h. 11m., morning, W.
Last Quarter, 11th day, 1h. 4m., morning, E.
New Moon, 18th day, 11h. 19m., evening, W.
First Quarter, 26th day, 11h. 54m., evening, W.

[blocks in formation]

180 29 W. 4 107 25 15 150

97 25 15 160 97 25 15 160 97 25 15 160 107 25 15 150

113 7 3

3

bel. 10 45

4 39

113 8

3

4

rei. 11 8

5 23

113 9 4

5

rei. 11 34 6 9

21310

6

rei. morn 6 59

[blocks in formation]

sec. 04754

[merged small][merged small][graphic]
[blocks in formation]

The bobolink has come, and, like soul
Of the sweet season vocal in a bird,
Gurgles in ecstasy we know not what

Save June! dear June! Now God be Praised

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

1 W. Nicomede. Medium tides. gr. hel. lat. S.

2 Th.

3 Fr.

4 Sa.

Warm

C. 1st. Boston Port Bill came into force, 1774. in Perig., 6 h. with

5 B Trinity Sun.

6 Mo. 4th. runs low.

7 Tu. High tides.

ag 85

showers.

8 W. 6th. Rear-Adm. Samuel P. Lee d. 1897, 9 Th. Corpus Christi. § 9th. Augusta. Me., cen10 Fr. 9th. Alvan G Clark, lens-maker, d. 1897, ag. 64.

11 Sa. St. Barnabas.

tennial, 1897.

Fine

growing weather.

12 B 1st Sun. af. Tr. 13 Mo. 6O. 14 Tu.& C. 14th. Congress adopted

{

national flag, 1777. 15 W. 16th. Hawaiian annex. treaty signed, 1897. 16 Th. 17th. Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775. 17 Fr. 18 Sa.

C. 19th. 9 gr. h. 1. N. runs high. 6 C. 19 B 20 Sun. af. Tr. C in Apo. 20 Mo. 21st. in 8, 69 C. 21 Tu. O ent.. SUM. BEG. Rain. 22 W. O, 6. 23 Th. 20th. Victoria's reign began, 1837. 24 Fr. St. John Baptist. 26th. 6. 25 Sa. 21st. Low tides. 26 B 30 S. af. Tr. & in Perih. 27 Mo. 2 in Aphelion. 28 Tu. 30th. Medium tides. 29 W. St. Peter and St. Paul. 30 Th.sup.,

Victoria's jubilee began, 1897

HC.

Hot

and

dry.

for June!-LOWELL.

Farmer's Calendar.

THIS is the busiest month in the year for the market gardener. He is not only busy planting the later crops, but is also engaged in harvesting and marketing the earlier ones, and is fighting the weeds among the crops that are beginning to grow; besides, he must not neglect to destroy the creeping things that, in great variety and in large numbers, come to destroy every useful plant, leaving, for reasons not understood by man, the weeds and all undesirable plants, as a rule, to grow untouched.

Teach the boys the importance of rejecting for market all vegetables that are not of good quality, and also impress upon them the importance of having the inside of the package just as good as the

outside.

Neighbor Cheathim is very careful to put all the best peas

on the top of the box, and the small stalks of asparagus in the centre of the bunch, and then wonders why he does not get as good customers and as high prices as his neighbor, who picks only good peas, and rejects all vegetables that are so poor that even the ungenerous man wants to

hide them. If you expect your boys to be successful in any business, teach them to be generous as well as honest in all their business transactions. A good set of customers can never be secured

by the miserly or ungenerous

man.

[blocks in formation]

O Full Moon, 3d day, 4h. 12m., evening, E.

Last Quarter, 10th day, 11h. 43m., morning, W.
New Moon, 18th day, 2h. 47m., evening, W.
> First Quarter, 26th day, 8h. 40m., morning, E.

[blocks in formation]

24|15 13 0

r83| 2|Sa. 4 11 7
184 3 S.4 12 7 24 15 120
185 4 M. 4 13 7 24 15 110
186 5 Tu.4 147 24 15 100
187 6 W. 4 147 23 15
188 7 Th. 4 15 7 23 15
189 8 Fr. 4 15 7 22 15
190 9 Sa. 4 16 7 22 15
191 10 S.4 17 7 22 15
192 11 M. 4 177 21 15
193 12 Tu. 4 18 7 21 15
194 13 W. 4 19 7 20 15
195 14 Th. 4 20 7 20 15
196 15 Fr. 4 21 7 19 14
197 16 Sa. 4 21 7 18 14 570 20 10 28 10 10 br.
198 17 S-4 22 7 18 14 560 21 10 29 102
199 18 M. 4 23 7 17 14 540 23 10
200 19 Tu. 4 24 7 16 14 520 2510 111
201 20 W. 4 25 7 15 14 500 2710
202 21 Th. 4 26 7 15 14 490 28 10
203 22 Fr. 4 27 7 14 14 470 30 9 4
204 23 Sa. 4 28 7 13 14 450 32 9 5
205 24 S-1 29 7 12 14 430 34 9 6
206 25 M. 4 30 7 11 14 410 36 9 7 31
207 26 Tu. 4 31 7 10 14 390 38 9 8
208 27 W. 4 32 7
209 28 Th. 4 33 7
21029 Fr. 4 347
211 30 Sa. 4 35 7

9 14 370 40 9 9 5
8 14 350 42 910 6
714 330 44 911 7
6 14 310 46 10 12

41214 9,

10

5120 10

10

kn.

thi. | 1 27 9 58 thi.| 2 2611 4 rises morn

612 16 11

11

kn.

8 13 0 8

71117

01 legs

8 48 1 9

90

81118

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

8

8 kn. 1 13 9 48

[graphic]
[blocks in formation]

When the scarlet cardinal tells

Her dreams to the dragon fly,

And the lazy breeze makes a nest in the trees,
And murmurs a lullaby,

It is July. - AM. KITCHEN MAG.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

1 Fr. 6 h C. 3d.
2 Sa. r. low, in Aph.
3 B 4th S. af. Tr.

4 Mo. INDEPENDENCE DAY. with
5 Tu. 6th. H. Meilhac, Fr. dram., d. 1897, ag. 65.
gr. hel. lat. N.
showers.

Farmer's Calendar.

ecl., invis.] Now for the hay-field! Do not Hot hesitate to take the boys with in Perig. you. Tom, who is entering upon his college vacation, should run the mower, and Jerry and Harry, who are let loose from the grammar school, should run the horserake and the tedder. Let the hired man do the loading of the hay, mowing the spots which cannot be reached by the mowing machine. A force thus set to work will give the farmer leisure to plan his work not only at the proper time, but in the earliest and best manner.

6 W.

7 Th.

6th. High tides.

8 Fr.

9 Sa.

8th. Isham G. Harris, U.S. Sen. Tenn.,
{8th. 1897, ag. 79.
10th. Medium tides.

10 B 5th Sunday after Trinity.
11 Mo. 15th. C runs high.
12 Tu. 16th. Low tides.
13 W. 63 C.

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

The garden and the late crops will require attention, else the weeds will take possession. The farmer should never forget that weeds should be destroyed when less than an inch high. These can be killed very easily by the numerous implements invented for the purpose, but if permitted to grow four or six inches high, no implement will do the work without injuring the crop. To do the work thoroughly it must be by hand labor, and the weeds must be carried from the field, or the first rain will set them to growing again, and the work must be done over.

Early potatoes should be dug the last of the month and sent to market, if good prices are ex

Showers. pected."

Look after the water in the pastures, and keep the springs well

31 B 8th S. af. Tr. in Perig. cleaned out, and the water pure.

[blocks in formation]

213 1 M. 4 377

214

2 Tu. 4 38 7

215 3 W. 4 397 216 4 Th. 4 407

Full Moon, 1st day, 11h. 29m., evening, E.
Last Quarter, 9th day, 1h. 13m., morning, E.
New Moon, 17th day, 5h. 34m., morning, E.
> First Quarter, 24th day, 3h. 32m., evening, E
O Full Moon, 31st day, 7h. 51m., morning, W.

[blocks in formation]

h. m. h.

Length Day's

Full Sea,
Boston.
Morn Even

D's

Place.

h.

h.

h

D

D

Rises. Souths.

m. h. m.

Rises. Sets. of Days. Decr.
m. h. m. h. m. m.
414 270 50 100 101|10|legs rises |11 48
2 14 240 53 10 15 11
114 220 55 10 16

11 legs 7 14 morn

0 feet 7 42 0 43

014 200 57 10 17

01

02 feet 8 8 1 34

217 5 Fr. 4 41 6 59 14 180 59 10 18 218 6 Sa. 4 426 58 14 161

[blocks in formation]

2 22

110 19

[blocks in formation]

8 58

3 10

[blocks in formation]

3 57

[blocks in formation]

4 44

221 9 Tu. 4 45 6 54 14

91

810 22

5

n'k 10 34

5 32

[blocks in formation]

225 13 Sa. 4 496 48 13
226 14 S.4 50 6 47 13 571 20 11 27 9
227 15 M. 4 51 6 45 13 541 23 11 28 10
228 16 Tu. 4 526 44 13 521 25 12 29 102 103 h'rt
229 17 W. 4 536 42 13 49 1 28 12
230 18 Th. 4 546 41 13 471 30 12
231 19 Fr. 4 556 39 13 441 33 12

232 20 Sa. 4 566 38 13 421 35 13
233 21 S.4 57 6 36 13 391 38 13
234 22 M. 4 59 6 35 13 361 41 13 5

41 13 11 24

7

arm morn 7 12

11 16 11 25 7

73 br.

0482

591 18 11 26

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]
« ElőzőTovább »