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( Last Quarter, 3d day, 4h. 55m., evening, W.

New Moon, 10th day, Th. 14m., morning, E.

First Quarter, 17th day, 8h. 46m., morning, E.
o Full Moon, 25th day, Oh. 25m., evening, W.

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Place.

h. 213 1 Sa. 14 367 3 14 270 49 10 201 24 24 h'd 9 501 3 36 214 28.4 377 2 14 25 0 51 10 21 3 31 n’k 10 23 4 22 215 3 M. 4 39 7 1 14 22 0 54 10 22 33 41 n’k 11 0 5 11 2161 4 Tu. 4 407 014 2010 56 10 23 54 n’k 11 42 6 2 217

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7 23 0 49 24028 Fr. 5. 56 24 13 19 1 57 15 18 03 03 hd 754 1 34 241 29 Sa. 15 66 23 13 17 1 59 15 19 11 11 h'd 8 26. 2 21 242 305.5 76 21 13 14 2 2 16 20 2

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27 n'k

AUGUST hath 31 days.

[1885.

One by one the sands are flowing,

One by one the moments fall;
Some are coming, some are going;

Do not strive to grasp them all.

A. A. PROCTER.

D. W.

soon

as

Middle States; no se-
rious damage except

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Sa. Lammas Day.

VeryThe weeds and the grass will 2 D 9th Sunday after Trinity. be sure to crowd into the straw3 Mo. Low tides,

berry bed and spoil the crop of 4 Tu. ó 4 ( 6 2. hot.

next year, unless you take pains

to clean them out. Dig and sell 5 W. 6th. 6 h, 6 .

the early potatoes as 6 Th. Transtīguration. gr. elong. E. they are large enough. They'll 7 Fr. (r.hi., & in Aph., 6 k (. bring more than twice as much 8 Sa. 6 8 & 7th. Ćóc. now as they will later in the sea9 D 10th Su. aft. Tr. (in Per. son. Pick and sell early apples, 10 Mo. St.Lawerence

Earthquake in N.E. and and feed such as are not salable

to farm stock. Don't feed too 11 Tu. 64 (.

from fright, 1881.

many to a cow at first. A peck 12 W. V.hi.tid. Ó ( 6? (. a day is enough to begin with. 13 Th. 6 C. Palos to disc. Amer., 1492.

12th. Columbus sailed from Set hens the last of the month 14 Fr. 15th. Napoleon born, 1769.

for fall chickens, and so get pul15 Sa. Assumption of Virgin Mary.

lets that ought to lay in February 16 Dilth Sunday after Trinity. and March. Early chicks need

special care now. Give them a 17 Mo. Frederick the Great died, 1786.

great variety of first-rate food, if 18 Tu. YO.

Dog-day you want them to begin to lay 19 W. 20th. Very low tides. before the cold weather sets in. 20 Th. ( runs low, $ stationary. and fields to keep the seeds from

Mow the weeds along the fences 21 Fr( in Apogee.

weather. ripening.

If the twitch grass 22 Sa.

Look has worked into the garden, see

to it that all the tops are kept 23 D 12th Sunday after Trinity. cut off this month, and it will be 24 Mo. St. Bartholomew. 6 Hl.

sure death to it. Sow flat turnip 25 Tu.

seed before the middle of the 28th. Rear-Admiral And. A. Harwood, month. Pull all weeds out of 26 W.

great-grandson of Benjamin Franklin, the carrot bed. As the grass in

died, aged 82, 1884. 27 Th. 16 8 2, 8 gr. hel. lat. S.

the pastures dries up, feed the 28 Fr. St. Augustine.

cows night and morning. Give

out for a the boys a few days off, and let 29 Sa. Behead. of St. John Baptist. storm. them take a run to the seashore, 30 D 13th Sunday after Trinity. salt sea breeze. They 'll come

if you can, to get a sniff of the 31 Mo. 6 YC. 30th. High tides. back all the better for it.

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