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JUNE hath 30 days.

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Then think I of deep shadows on the grass ;

Of meadows where in sun the cattle graze,
Where, as the breezes pass,
The gleaming rushes lean a thousand ways.

J. R. LÖWELL.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Mo. Nicomede.

Hot.

WE càn judge now as to the 2 Tu. 30. Legislature meets in New Hampshire. extent of the hay crop. If it is 3 W.

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6th. Blaine and Logan nominated by likely to be short, it is not too 4 Th. Corpus Christi.

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late to sow millet or Hungarian 5 Fr. w stationary, 6 y 8.

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grass enough to make up for it.

Sow three pecks of seed to the 6 Sa. Very low tides. growing acre on light, warm, rich soil

; 7 D 1st Sun. af. Trin. 6 h. and, if you want it to do its best, 8 Mo. 7th. J. Watson Webb died, aged 82, 1884. give it land free from weeds and 9 Tu. {

$ 8th. Ex-Justice Noah H. Swayne, U.S. well tilled. A light dressing of

Supreme Court, died, aged 80, 1884. 10 W.16 8,6V (676. * (

some special fertilizer, or 11 Th. St. Barnabas. 6 (.

heavy coat of wood ashes, will

give it a good start, and in six 12 Fr. 13th. 6 h), 6! (.

weeks or so you can cut one of the 13 Sa. ( runs high ; ( in Peri.

best crops of grass of the whole 14 D 20 Sunday after Trinity. farm. As soon as it is off the 15 Mo. 14th. Very high tides.

land, the first week in August, 16 Tu. $222., Lieut. Greeley and 6 comp., surv. turn over the stubble, scatter on of 25, disc. by U.S. relief exped., 1884.

a few bags of fertilizer and a few 17 W.62 (. Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775.

ounces of turnip seed. This is 18|Th.s ho. weather, with one good way to get a large lot 19 Fr. 1, 8 in 88, OO.

of first-class food for stock, and 20 Sa. Low tides. $ Longest days; about you 'll find it'll come handy by

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New Year's day. Last year the 21 D 3d S. a. T. O en. Op. BEGINS.

SUM. hay crop was short. A drought 22 Mo. Length of night 8h. 44m. the roots of the grass. Those who

two years running killed 23 Tu.6 h.

thunder sowed plenty of oats, to cut 24 W. St. John Baptist. $ in Perih. 25 Th.

cure for fodder, hit the net, and

the head. They had barns well showers.

filled, and made up their minds 26 Fr. Cruns low; & in Perih. that the oat crop was just the 27 Sa. High tides. 6 $ o sup.

thing for them. And so it was.

It saved them from distress. 28 D 4th Sun. af. Tr. (in Apo. Sow corn for fodder in rows from 29 Mo. St. Peter.

Very hot three to four feet apart, at the 30 Tu.

rate of three pecks of seed to the

It needs sunshine. We are apt to get it too thick.

157 hours long

and fine.

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New Moon, 12th day, Oh. 16m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 18th day, 7h. 20m., evening, W.
o Full Moon, 26th day, 9h. 23m., evening, E.

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JULY hath 31 days.

[1885.

D. M.

declared1776.

But young

Come ye into the summer woods;

There entereth no annoy;
All greenly wave the chestnut leaves,
And the earth is full of joy.

MARY HOWITT.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 W.18 in 8.

Cool In the busy days of this hot 2 Th. 4th. Very low tides. for month we must not forget that

the henhouse needs some care. 3 Fr. O in Apogee. 4 Sa. 8 gr. hel. I. N. {INFTEN, DENCE The lice breed fast in warm

weather, and the roosts will be 5 D 5th Sunday after Trinity. infested with them before we 6 Mo.

the season. know it. Hens that have a free 7 Tu. Length of night 8h. 53m. run will wallow in the dust of 8 W. 6 W c.filth. Cleveland and Hen: the roads and keep themselves

dricks nominated by Nat'l fairly clean. Lice will not live 9 Th.ló ( vention, 1884. Democratic Con- Some long in dust or in grease that

closes up their pores. They cease 10 Fr. ( runs high, 6 h (.

to breath and die. 11 Sa. ( in Perigee. showers. chicks will suffer most. There 12 D 6th Sunday after Trinity. is a large louse that is found on

hens and chicks, both day and 13 Mo. 6 8 , 6! (. and

night. It sucks the life-blood, 14 Tu. Very high tides.

and scores of the young chicks

die from this cause. Then there 15 W. st. Swithin. 6 C. great is a smaller louse that hides in 16 Th. 6 (.{l&bli., died, aged 84, 1884. 13th. Prof. Bowd.

the cracks of the roosts and the 17 Fr. 6 $ 9.

heat. woodwork of the henhouse, and

comes out to prowl round in the 18 Sa. gr. hel. lat. N.

night. When the fowls go to 19 D 7th Sunday after Trinity. their roost, these little mites 20 Mo. St. Margaret.

Fine crawl out from their dens, find

their way among the feathers, 21 Tu. Low tides.

and feast on the blood, gorge 22 W. St. Mary Magdalene.

and themselves, and go back to their 23 Th. Rear-Admiral Emmons died, aged 72, 684.

hiding-places in crowds, thick as

a swarm of bees and red as beets. 24 Fr. ( runs low.

dry. Now the way to do is to shut the 25 Sa. St. James. (in Apo. { POS PAYS doors when the hens are out, and

burn sulphur till they are steeped 26 D 8th Sun. af. Trin. St. Anne. with smoke. Paint the roosts 27 Mo. 8 in 88.

and all the woodwork with kero

sene oil. To whitewash with 28 Tu. High tides.

lime is good, if it is done often 29W. 325th. Walter Harriman, ex-governor enough. Clean out the nest

N.H., died, aged 67, 1884. 30 Th.

Failure of Shaw Brothers, Boston, large boxes, and put ashes and sand

manufacturers of leather in Maine, New on the floors. Change it now 31 Fr. | York, Canada, &c., 1883.

and then. Don't feed hen-lice.

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27 Th.5 46 26 13 22 1 54 15 17 0 01 h'd 7 23 0 49 240 28 Fr. 5 5 6 24 13 19 1 57 15 18 01 0 h’d 7 54 1 34 241 29 Sa. 15 66 23 13 17 1 59 15 19 11 13 h’d 8 26. 2 21 242 30 8.5 76 21 13 14 2 2 16 20 2

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