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1888.]

JANUARY, First Montu.

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ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. n. m. Days. d. ทน.

1 238. 1 7 22 23 13 21 29 19 20 21 25 18 58 2 22 56 8 22 15 14 21 19 20 20 8 26 18 43 3 22 50

22 7 15 21 8 21 19 55 27 18 28 22 44 10 21 58 16 20 57 23 19 41 28 18 12 22 37 11 21 49 17 20 45 23 19 27 29 17 56 22 30 12 21 39 18 20 33 24 19 13 30 117 40

(Last Quarter, 6th day, 6h. 42m., morning, W.

New Moon, 13th day, 3h. 39m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 20th day, 11h. 49m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 28th day, 6h. 19m., evening, E.

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4 W. 7 14 4 25 9 11 0 71121 28 3 bel. 10 25 4 4 5

5 Th. 7 14 4 26 9 120 8 10/22 34 rei. 11 341 4 54

6 Fr. 7 14 4 27 9 130 9 1023 41 5 rei. morn 5 45 71 7|Sa. 7 14 4 28 9 140 10 9 24 6

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Heap on more wood! — the wind is chill;
But, let it whistle as it will,
We'll keep our Christmas merry still.
Each age has deemed the new-born year
The fittest time for festal cheer.

SIR W. SCOTT.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 A Circumcision. High tides.

WHEN I was a boy the farmers 2 Mo. 6 4 4.3 Bp. N. Y., died, 87, aged 84. $2d,

used to think that it made cattle 3 Tu. gr.hel.lat. N. $ in Aph. “ tough” to stand out through 4W. 4th. Legislature meets in Mass. Signs the cold days of winter, shivering 5 Th. O .

from head to foot. They did not of a storm.

seem to know that cold takes off 6 Fr. Epiphany. 6 Ñ C 6 H (.

a large share of animal heat 7 Sa. # O. Low tides.

which they can get only from 8 A 1st Su.af. Epiph. (in Per. food, and that the more they are 9 Mo. 646, 6 H , 6! (. exposed the more food will they 10 Tu. Sth. Battle New Orleans.

need. Most folks know better 11 W.

Now, somewhat now, or if they don't, there's a so12 Th. 68 (:

ciety with a very long name that ( runs low.

stands ready to teach them. At 13 Fr. Very high tides. colder.

the outset of the new year, new 14 Sa. 17th. Franklin born, 1706 (Jan. 6, 0. S.). thoughts and new plans ought to 15 A 20 Sund. after Epiphany. be formed in our minds. We 16 Mo. {

must aim to rise to higher levels, afficer, U.S. Army, died, 1887, aged 57. 17 Tu.

17th. Legislature meets in R. 1. at not merely to do more and better

Providence.
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work on the farm, but to cherish 19 Th. 21. Visa mer en, poet and essayist, of self-culture, and to make our

higher aims and loftier purposes 20 Fr. ( in Apogee. weather. influence more and more felt for 21 Sa, stat. 22d. V. low tides. good on all with whom it may be 22 A 30 Sund. after Epiphany.

our lot to come in contact. It is 23 Mo. 600, 8h O.

a great mistake not to fill up 24 Tu. 8 gr. hel. lat. S. Tharo.

these spare hours with some 25 W. Convers. 01 of St. Paul.

useful reading or stady. While

the world is advancing all around 26 Th. $22d. Sir Joseph Whitworth, engineer,

us, we must not stand still. Let 27 Fr. 26th. ( runs high.

us try and get a few hours each 28 Sa. ( eclipsed, vis. 6 h (. day or each evening to devote to 29 A Septuagesima Sunday.

the cultivation of the mind as 30 Mo. 326th, David R. Atchison, ex-senator U. well as to do the chores on the

S. from Missouri, died, 1886, aged 78. farm. It will be the very best 31 Tu.

investment we can make.

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1888.] FEBRUARY, SECOND MONTH.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Lays. d.

Days. d.

Days. | d. m. 178.7 7 15 19 13 13 22 19 11 17

9 6 2 16 49 8 15 0 14 13 2 20 10 56 26 8 44

16 32 9 14 41 15 12 41 21 10 34 27 8 21
16 14 10 14 22 16 12 20 22 10 12 28 7 59
15 56 11 14 2 17 12 0 23 9 50 29 7 36
15 38 12 13 42 18 11 38 24 9 28
( Last Quarter, 4th day, 2h. 26m., evening, W.
o New Moon, 11th day, 6h. 52m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 19th day, 8h. 59m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 27th day, 6h. 58m., morning, W.
e Length Day's ដើឱវ

D ) 32 11W.16 594 58 9 590 55 219 18 2 (rei. 9 251 2 50 33 -2 Th.6 584 59 10 10 57 220 2į 24 rei. 10 36 3 42 34 3 Fr. 6 57 5 110 41 0 2 21 31 31 sec. 11 471 4 33 35 -4 Sa. 6 565 210 61 2 2 22 41 41 sec. morn 5 25 6158.6 545 3 10 91 5 123| 51 53 thi. | 0 58 6 19 37 | 6M. 6 535 5 10 121 8 124 64 65 thi. | 2 6 7 13 38 7 Tu. 6 525 610 141 10 1 25 71 8 thi. 3 13 8 9 39 8 W. 6 515 710 161 12.126 81 9 kn. 4 14 9 5

9 Th. 6 495 910 201 16 127 9/10 |kn. | 5 9 10 1 41 10 Fr. 6 485 10 10 22 1 18 128 10 109 legs 5 58 10 54 42.11 Sa. 6 475 11 10 241 20 1011 111 legs sets 11 46 43 12 S. 6 465 13 10 27 1 23 1 1 113 — feet 6 1 0 34 44 13 M. 6 445 1410 301 26 1 2 04 04 feet 7 2 1 21 45 14 Tu.6 435 15 10 321 28 1 3 1 11 h'd 8 2 2 5 46 15 W. 6 41 5 16 10 351 31 1 4 13 14 h'd 9 1 2 47 47 16 Th.6 405 1810 381 34 1 5 24 24 hd 9 59 3 29 48 17 Fr. 6 39 5 19 10 401 36 1 6 3 34 n’k 10 57 4 11 49 18 Sa. 6 37 5 20 10 43 1 39 2 7 371 4: n'k 11 55 4 55 50 19 S. 6 36,5 22 10 461 422 8 41 4 n'k morn 5 39 51 20 M. 6 35 5 23 10 481 44 2 9 5 51 arm 0 53 6 26 52 21 Tu. 6 33 5 24 10 511 47 2101 6 63 arm 1 51 7 15 53 22 W. 6 315 25 10 541 50 2 11 7

2 48 8 6 54 23 Th. 6 305 27 10 571 53 2127 87 br. 3 42 9 0 55 24 Fr. 6 285 2811 01 56 213 83 9i h'rt 4 33 9 55 56 25 Sa. 6 27 5 29 11 21 58 214 94 104 h'rt 5 19 10 50 57 2018.6 255 30 11 52 1 315 10111' bel. 6 211 45 58 27 M. 6 245 32 11 82 4 30 111 112 bel. rises morn 59 28 Tu. 6 22 5 33 11 11 2 7 317 o rei. 7 7 0 39 60 29 W.6 2015 34 11 142 101 3187 041 0 rei. 8 21 1 33

What, and how great the virtue and the art,
To live on little with a cheerful heart! - POPE.

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FEBRUARY hath 29 days.

(1888.

84.

As welcome as sunshine in every place,
Is the beaming approach of a good-natured face;
As genial as sunshine, like warmth to impart,
Is a good-natured word from a good-natured heart.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 W. High tides. 20. ( in Per.

THOSE who keep sheep, and 2 Th. Purisca. of V. Mary. Candlemas Day. pity it is they are so few, know 3 Fr. 68 (. 24. 6 (. very well that the chief source of 4 Sa.

$22. Gen. David Hunter died, 1886, aged profit now-a-days comes from the 5 A Seragesima Sun. 62. sale of early lambs. With warm

sheds and a little extra care you 6 Mo. stat. Low tides. 7 Tu. Vi.; 35 persons burned to death.

can have them come this month S5th. R. R. disaster at Woodstock bridge,

or even earlier, and if closely 8W.69(. ( runs low. looked after they can be fitted 9 Th. {9th Judge Thomas Russell died, 1887,

for sale in May or June, when 10 Fr

.; Mrs. Henry Wood, author, died, they bring the highest price. 11 Sa. O eclipsed, invis. Cold They must have plenty of pure 12 A Shrove Sunday. & in 86, Nothing sells better than eggs at

air and room enough to frisk in, 13 Mo. 6 8 ( High tides. and this time of year, and it is worth 14 Tu. Shrove Tuesday. St. Valentine.

while to make the hens lay 15 W. Ash Wednesday. bracing whether they want to or not. 16 Th. 0.80, in Per.weather. How is it in spring and summer? 17 Fr. C in Apog., & gr. elon. E. They get insects, many kinds of 18 Sa.

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seeds, gravel stones, air, water,

and plenty of sunlight. Make it 19 A 1st Sun. in Lent. 6 W (.

as near like it as you can. A 20 Mo. may be looked for. little fresh meat, scraps, burnt 21 Tu. Very low tides.

bones pounded up, a bed of sand 22 W. 22d. WASHINGTON BORN, 1732.

or ashes to roll in, and a warm, 23 Th. stat. ( runs high.

light and airy room, with fresh 24 Fr. St. Matthias. o 40, é hl.

water enough, and if they don't

see fit to lay when eggs are two 25 Sa.

Blustering.

or three cents apiece, they're an 26 A 20 Sunday in Lent. ungrateful set. A hen-house is 27 Mo. gr. hel. lat. N.

all the better for a good coat of 28 Tu. . in 88.

Cold. whitewash now and then. It is 29 w.lc in Perigee, 6 W

high time to make up the plans

for the spring work, so as to know just what lots are to be ploughed, and what crops each one is to bear. It saves time when it is worth more than it is now.

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ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS.
Days. d.

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Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days.
78.13 7 4 54 13 2 33 19 OS. 11 25
2 6 50 8 4 31 14 2 9 20 ON 13 26
3 6 27 9 4 7 15 1 46 21 0 37 27

6 4 10 3 44 16 1 22 22 1 0 28
5 41 11 3 20 17 0 58 23 1 24 29
5 181 12 2 57

18 0 34 24 1 48 30
( Last Quarter, 4th day, 10h. 26m., evening, E.
• New Moon, 12th day, 11h. 21m., morning, E.

First Quarter, 200 day, 3h. 43m., evening, E.
O Full Moon, 27th day, 5h. 8m., evening, E.

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62 2 Fr. 6 17 5 36 11 192 15 4 20 221 sec. 10 48 3 20
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66 6 Tu.6 11 5 41 11 30 2 26 424 58 62 kn. 2 9 7 1
67 7W.6 95 4211 33 2 29 5 25 7 78 kn.

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699 Fr. 6 65 45 11 392 35 527 9 99 legs 4 38 9 41
70 10 Sa. 6 45 46 11 422 38 5 28 10 101 feet 5*1510 29
21 11 S-625 47 11 452 41 629 109 111 feet sets 11 16
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13 13 Tu. 5 595 4911 502 46 61 004 hd 6 51 0 431
74 14 W.15 575 50 11 532 49 7 2 03 09 h’a 7 50 1 25
75 15 Th. 5 555 51 11 562 52 7 3 1 11 b'k 8 48 2 8
76 16 Fr. 5 545 53 11 592 55 7 4 14 2 n'k 9 46 2 50
77 17 Sa. 5 525 54 12 22 58 7.5 24 24 n'k 10 44 3 34
78 18 S.5 505 55 12 53 11 8 6 29 31 arm 11 40 4 19
79 19 M. 5 4815 56 12 83 4 8 7 31 armi morn 5 7
80 20 Tu.5 47 5 57 12 10 3 6 8 8 41 5 br. 0 37 5 56
81 21 W. 5 455 58 12 133 9 9 9 51 6 br. 1 311 6 47
82 22 Th. 5 436 0 12 173 13 910 611 7 br. 2 23 7 40
83 23 Fr. 5 416 112 203 16 911 71 8 h'rt 3 10 8 34
84 24 Sa. 5 396 212 23 3 19 10 12 8i! 87 h'rt 3 54 9 29
85 25 S.5 386 312 253 21 10 13 91 9jbel. 4 33 10 23
88 26 M. 5 366 4 12 28 3 24 10 14 10 * 10j bel

. 5911 17 17 87 27 Tu.5 356 5 12 30 3 26 100 11 111 rei. rises morn *17183 28 W.15 336 612 333 29 1116 119 rei. . 7 12 0 11

89 29 Th.5 316 8 12 373 33 11 17 0 03 sec. 8.281 1 6
36 30 Fr. 5 29 6 9 12 403 36 1118 03 11 sec. 9 43 2 2
91 31 Sa. 5 286 10 12 423 3812 19 111 2] thi. 10 55 2 59

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