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New Moon, 15th day, Oh. 52m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 21st day, 6h. 19m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 29th day, 1h. 14m., morning, W.

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The rain may fall in constant showers,

The south wind tarry on its way ;
Yet through the night and through the day
Advance the summer's fragrant hours.

J. W. CHADWICK.
B! Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 W. State election in Rhode Island.

SOME farmers who sowed oats 2 Th.

Dull, last year, just as soon as the 3 Fr. Good Friday. unsettled land was fit, cut them for hay 4 Sa.

30. Steam. "Dan'l Steinmann" wrecked; just as they were heading out 120 Ilves lost, 1884.

the last of June, turned over 5 D Easter Sunday. (ru. low.

the stubble, and sowed Hun6 Mo. (in Apogee. weather.

garian grass, with a dressing of 7 Tu. $ gr. hel. lat. N.

guano or other fertilizer, cured a 8 W. gr. elong. E. Fine heavy crop of hay from it forty9 Th. Very low tides.

two days after seeding, ploughed 10 Fr.

and mild. and harrowed and sowed turnip 11 Sa. Chas. Reade, novelist, died, aged

seed with a light dressing the

first week in August, and picked 12 D Low Sunday.

Look

up a heavy crop of turnips in 13 Mo.

November. In a year like the 14 Tu. 68 , 69(.

out last, when the hay crop was so

slim and the price so high, it 15 W. Length of night 10h.35m.

was a big thing. Of course the 16| Th.S 8 C, 3 o C. for a land had to be fed. No use to 17 Fr. 8 stat. Very high tides. try to get something out of noth

ing. But three crops a year, in 18 Sa. ( in Perigee; shc. a climate like ours, are worth 19 D 20 Sun af. East. (ru. hi. some outlay. If it had not been

for the oats last year, many a 20 Mo. 19th. Battle of Lexington, 1775.

farmer would have had to sell 21 Tu. 2 stationary. storm. stock or buy hay. The oat needs 22 W. 23d. Low tides. Cool to be sown early. It likes a cool,

wet spring; and, if there is plant 23 Th. St. George.21 (. but food enough in the soil, it will 24 Fr. 230. Shakespeare born, pleasant push forward when other grains 25 Sa. St. Mark.

weather.

would pine for warmer weather.

Sow clover seed on lands laid 26 D 30 Sun. af. East. 6 W (.down last fall. I like a little 27 Mo. 6 8 inf.ee More alsike clover mixed in. If red

fifteen pounds to the acre; but 29 W. High tides.

SNOW. three to five pounds of alsike, 30 Th. in 8. V soulas

and six to eight pounds of red

clover, would give a better rethe same now

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(Last Quarter, 7th day, 3h. 43m., morning, E.

New Moon, 14th day, 10h. 17m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 21st day, Oh. 45m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 28th day, 3h. 31m., evening, E.

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5 Tu. 4 31 6 48 14 14.5 11 20 20 34 34 legs morn 4 28 126 6W. 4 32 6 4914 17 5 14 20 21 4 4 legs 0 1 5 14 127 7 Th. 4 31 6 50 14 1915 16 20 22 49 5į legs 0 36 5 59 128 8 Fr. 4 306 51 14 21 5 18 20 23 57 61 feet 1 9 6 45 129 9 Sa. 1 29 6 52 14 23 5 20/20/24 74 feet| 1 41 7 31 13010 S. 28 6 53 14 255 22 20 25

h'd 2 12 8 18 131111 M. 4 276 54 14 275 2420 26 81 h'd | 2 44 9 6 132

12 Tu. 4 26 6 55 14 295 26 2027 91 92 n'k 3 18 9 57 133

13 W. 4 24 6 56 14 32 5 29 2028 101 101 n'k 3 56 10 51 134

14 Th. 4 236 57 14 345 31 200 11 111 arm sets 11 48 135

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1 Fr. St. Philip and St. James. Finel The potato beetle is the great 2 Sa. { Great forest fire in Peunsylvania and bugbear nowadays. Some folks 3 D 4th Su. af. Eas. (ru. low. say he sits on a rail to watch his

chance, and that as soon as the 4 Mo. (in Apo. 6 ! O sup. 5 Tu. Napoleon died, 1821.

but

plant shows itself out of the Suspension of Marine Nat'l Bank, and ground he is ready for it. The of Grant & Ward, N. Y., followed by only thing to do is to head him many other failures, 1884.

off the best way we know how. 8 Fr. Very low tides. showery. On a small lot in the garden, it 9 Sa. Schiller died, 1805. Heavy

is not so very hard to pick by 10 D Bogation Sunday. rains. hand so as to be able to keep

him within bounds; but on a 11 Mo. 8 in Aph., 8 stat., ó 6. larger scale it is not so easy; and 12 Tu. Ő , o ( {Char, famous the use of Paris-green seems to 13 W. 6 8 , 6 NO.

N.Y. lawyer. be the only sure way to treat 14 Th. Ascen. Day or Holy Thurs. 6 V ( him. Mix it with ground plas15 Fr. 14th. 6 (. 16th. 6 h (.

ter, at the rate of one pound in

twenty, on a large paper. By 16 Sa. V. hi.ti. (r.hi., ( in Per. rolling it slowly one way and 17 D Sun. aft. Ascen. OHO. another, it is soon well mixed, 18 Mo. Length of night 9h. 18m. plants are wet from dew or rain. 19 Tu. $13th. c. H. McCormick, inventor of It is a mineral poison, but there

reaper, died, aged 75, 1884. 20 W. 1626.

Cooler.

is no danger from its use with 21 Th. $ 19th. Sam Ward, well-known lobbyist, plant is the order of the day

proper care. To plough and to died, aged 70, 1834. 22 Fr. 23d.

6 WG, & in 8. now. Spring comes but once a 23 Sa. Low tides.' | 24th. queen Victoria year; and the only way is to fly

round and make the most of it. 24 D Whit-Sunday. Pentecost

. Then there is the kitchen gar25 Mo. gr. elong. W. Look for den. That's one of the handiest

Pease and 26 Tu. SR. I. Legislature meets cool beans, beets and carrots, rhubarb 27 w. 31.8 gr. hel. lat. S. and asparagus, early rose pota28 Th. Severe frosts in Ne, doing nights. and currants, with a few clumps

toes and melons, strawberries 29 Fr. High tides. 30th. 6 8 3. of flowers here and there, not 30 Sa. MEMORIAL DAY. (rulow. only delight the eye, but' save

many a dollar at the store and 31 D Trinity Sund. (in Apo. I the market.

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(Last Quarter, 5th day, 7h. 4m., evening, E.
• New Moon, 12th day, 5h. 42m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 19th day, 8h. 48m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 27th day, 6h. 18m., morning, W.

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153 2 Tu. 4 97 14 15 56 218 19 2 ] 24 legs 10 37 3 10
154 3 W. 4 97 15 15 66 318 20 22 31 legs 11 10 3 55
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4 Th. 4 97 16 15 716 418 21 31 4 feet 11 41 4 40
156 5 Fr. 4 817 16 15 8 6 518 22 41 44 feet morn 5 25
157 6 Sa. 4 8 7 17 15 96 618 23 5 5 h'd 0 12 6 10
158 7.4 817 18 15 10 6 7 17 24 661 h'd 0 43 6 56
159 8M. 4 77 18 15 11 6 817 25 771 h'd 1 15 7 45
160 9 Tu. 4 7 7 19 15 12 6 9 17 26 7 8 n'k 1 49 8 36
161 10 W. 4 77 19 15 12 6 9 17 27 81 91 n'k 2 28 9 31
162 11 Th. 4 77 20 15 13 6 10 1728 99 10 arm 3 13 10 29
163 12 Fr. 4 77 21 15 14 6 11 16 0 101 102 arm sets 11 30
164 13 Sa. 4 77 21 15 14 6 11 16 1 117 118 br. 8 0 0 32
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18 Th. 4 77 23 15 16 6 13 15 6 31 4 bel. 11 36 5 15 17019 Fr. 4 77 23 15 16 6 13 15 7 41 5 rei. morn 6 4 171 20 Sa. 4 77 23 15 16 6 13 15 8 54 6 rei. 0 8 6 51 172 21 S.4 87 24 15 16 6 13 14| 9 61 7 sec. 0 39 7 37 173 22 M. 4 817 24 15 16 Dec 14 10 738 sec. 1 12 8 24 17423 Tu.4 817 24 15 160 0 14 11 84 84 sec. 1 451 9 10 17524 W. 4 817 24 15 16 0 0 14 12 91 9i thi. | 2 22 9 58 I7625 Th. 4 97 24 15 150 1|14|13|10|10|thi. 3 2110 45

17726 Fr. 4 97 24 15 150 1 13 14 11 11 kn. rises 11 33 year 17827 Sa. 4. 9 7 24 15 150 113 0111113 kn. 179128, S. 4 10 7 24 15 140 2 13 16

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