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

d. m. 1 15 N21 7 17 4. 13 18 36 19 19 57 25 21 7 2 15 39 8 17 20 14 18 50 20 20 10 26 21 17 3 15 56 9 17 36 15 19 5 21 20 22 27 21 27

16 13 17 51 16 19 18 22 20 34 28 21 36

16 30 11 18 5 17 19 32 20 45 29 21 45 6 16 47 12 18 21 18 19 45 24 120 56 30 21 54

) First Quarter, 2d day, 1h. 23m., morning, W.
o Full Moon, 9th day, 11h. 23m., evening, E.
( Last Quarter, 18th day, Oh. 10m., morning, E.

New Moon, 24th day, 5h. 52m., evening, W.
> First Quarter, 31st day, Oh. 12m., morning, W.
Length Day's

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122) 1 Th.4 5517 0 14 515 113 6

44|h’rt | 0 171 5 56 123

2 Fr. 4 5317 1 14 85 431 7 5 51 h'rt 0 57 6 46 124 3 Sa. 4 52 7 2 14 1015 63 8 6

63 bel.

1 32 7 33 125 48.4 517 314 125 83 977 7bel. 2 3 8 19 126 5M. 4 49 7 4 14 15 5 11 4 10 81 8i bel. 2 33 9 3 127 6 Tu. 4 48 7 5 14 17 5 13 4 11 9

91 rei.

3 2 9 47 128 7W. 4 47 7 6 14 19 5 15 4 12 10 101 rei. 3 3110 30

OT. +467 7 14 21 5 17 4 131011 sec. 4 111 15 iroth 130 9 Fr. 4 457 814 23 5 19 4 0 111 111 sec. 131 10 Sa. 4 447 914 25 5 21 4 15

sec. rises o al hus 413211 S. 4 42 7 10 14 28 5 24 4 16 04 05 thi. 8 35 0 47

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12M. 4 41 7 12 14 315 27| 4 |17| 08| 18|thi. 9 24 1 34 1

13413 Tu. 4 40 7 13 14 335 29 4 18 11 10 kn. 10 10 2 21 135 14 W. 1 397 11 14 355 31 4 19 2 21 kn. 10 52 3 9 136 15 Th. 1 38 7 15 14 37 5. 33 4 20 34 kn. (11 30 3 57 137

16 Fr. 4 3717 16 14 395 35 4 21 4 legs morn 4 45 138 17 Sa. 4 367 17 14.41 5 37 4 22 41 49 legs O 6 5 33 139

18 S. 4 357 18 14 435 39| 4 23 54 feet 0 391 6 20 14019 M. 4 34 7 19 14 455 41 4 24 64 feet 1 12 7 35 14120 Tu. 4 347 20 14 46/5 421 4 25/ 7 73 h'd1 44 7 59 14221 W. 4 337 21 14 485 44 4 26 8 81 h’ds 2 19 8 51

43|22 Th. 4 3217 21 14 495 456 4 271 841 9l|nok - 2 55| 9 46 144 23 Fr. 4 31 7 22 14 51 5 47 3 28 99 101 n'k 3 3710 44 245 248a. 4 307 23 14 535 49 3 109 11 arm sets 11 44

14625 S. 4 30 7 24 14 545 50 3 1 111 1

arm 8 18 0 47 147 26 M. 4 297 25 14 56 5 52 3 2 0

01 br. 9 18 1 49 148 27 Tu. 4 28 7 26 14 585 54 3 3 1 11 br. 10 10 2 50 14928 W. 4 287 27 14 595 55 3 4 11 21 h'rt 10 54 3 46 15029 Th. 4 277 27 15 05 56 3 5 23 34 h’rt 11 31 4 40 151 30 Fr. 4 27 7 28 15 15 57 3 6 39 41 h'rt morn 152 31 Sa. 4 26 7 29 15 3 5 59 2 7 41 51 bel. O 4 6 16

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.
Weather, &c.
1 Th. St. Philip and St. James,

Finel Soon the strife with the weeds
2 Fr. 8. gr. elong. E. and the bugs will begin. They say
3 Sa. 4th. Low tides. Wur12

all things have their use, but it 4 E 30 Sunday after Easter.

seems to me some things, if they

have any good in them, take a 5 Mo. 6 C,080. stat.

mighty poor way to show it. Now
6 Tu. 5th. Napoleon died, 1821. weather. there's the rose-bug will be about
7 W. 1$Chase, C. J. U. S. Supreme Court, here in a few weeks, and I can't
8 Th. BalthDr John Brown of Edinburgh, think what he was made for, or

died, .
9 Fr. i1th. High tides. Cooler,

what good he can do; and then

there's the currant worm, and the 10 Sa. (in Apogee. VO.

potato beetle, and the pig weed, 11 E 4th Sunday after Easter.

and the Roman wormwood, and a 12 Mo. ( runs low.

and thousand other weeds and bugs; 13 Tu.

much but Blithe says it's all right; they 14 W. 8 in 8.

rainy stir us up and teach us to be on the 15 Th. Length of night 9h. 22m. watch. Perhaps we should grow!

lazy if it were not for them, and 16 Fr. 18th. Very low tides.

get into the habit of lying in bed 17 Sa. 6 X inf. weather,

too late, Blithe, you see, is a
18 E Bogation Sunday. with rural philosopher, and takes things
19 Mo. 324th. Brooklyn Bridge

heavy as they come. If it rains, “Let it
opened, 1883.
20 Tu. 24th. Queen Yictoria born, 1819. rain,” Blithe says;

“God knows
21 W. 326th: Abd-el-Kader

showers.

what weather is best for us, and 22 Th. Ascension Day, or Holy Thursday,

we ought to make the best of it."

I notice Blithe gets his seeds into 23 Fr. 6 WC. 24th. $ in Aphel. the ground at just about the right 24 in Perigee. 68 time to have them grow, and if he 25 ] Sun. aft. Ascen. 6 h ( does n't know when

that time is, he 26 Mo. (ru. hi. Very high tides. takes great care to find out, and so 27 Tu. 6! (.

SR. I Legislature meets at good luck seems to follow him. 28 W.64 6. to. Alexis crowned at Let us try to look at it just as he

does, and make the best of it all. 199|Th. 30th 0 đ C. Very

Bear in mind the good old adage: 130 Fr. stat. MEMORIAL DAY. Act well your part; there all the 21 Sa. W stat.

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( Last Quarter, 16th day, 9h. 50m., morning, W.

New Moon, 23d day, Oh. 49m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 30th day, 1h. 30m., morning, W.

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115.4 2617 30/15 16 012 8 59 64 bel. 036| 7 1 154 2 M. 4 25 7 30 15 56 12 9 0 74 rei. 1 6 7 15 155

3 Tu. 4 25 7 3115 66 2 2 101 71 8 rei. 1 54 8 29 156 4 W. 4 24 7 32 15 86 4 2 11 &į 9 sec. 2 4 9 13 157 5 Th. 4 247 33 15 96 5 2 12 91 92 sec. 2 36 9 58 153 6 Fr. 4 24 7 33 15 96 51 13 104 104 sec. 3 10 10 44 159 7 Sa. 4 24 7 31 15 10 6 61 1111 11{ thi. 3 17 11 31 160 88.4 24 7 35 15 116 71011411thi. rises morn 161) 9 M. 4 23 7 35 15 126 81 16

8 8 0 19 162 10 Tu. 4 23 7 36 15 136 91 17 07 08 kn. 8 52 1 7 163 11 W. 4 23 7 36 15 13 6 91 18 1 11 kn. 9 32 1 55 164,12 Th. 4 23 7 37 15 14 6 1010 19 142 legs 10 8 2 43 to 1311x. 4 23 7 3715 116 10 0 20 24 24 legs 10 12 3 30 706 14 Sa. 4 237 38 15 15 6 11 S. 21 31 31 feet 11 14 4 17 167 15 S.4 23 7 38 15 15 6 11 0 22 33 44 feet | 11 46 5 5 168 16 M. 4 237 38 15 15 6 11 1 23 41 5 feet morn 5 53 169 17 Tu. 4 2317 39 15 16 6 12 1 24 6 h'd 0 18 6 42 170 18 W. 4 23 7 39 15 16 6 12 1 25 61 7 h'd 0 521 7 34 II 19 Th. 4 237 3915 166 12| 1 |26| 75 8 nok 1 30 8 28 172 20 Fr. 4 23 7 39 15 16 6 12 1 27 87 9 n'k 2 12 9 26 12321 Sa. 4 23 7 39 15 16 Dec 2 28 94 93 arm 3 110 27

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47 40 15 160 0 2 1 oi br. 8 16 1 31 W. 4 25 7 40 15 150 112 2 03 Oh'rt 9 281 227 178126 Th. 4 25 7 40 15 150 13 3 11 2 H'rt 10 5 3 20 179

27 Fr. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 1 3 4 3 bel. 110 38 4 10 180 28 Sa. 1 267 40 15 140 2 3 5 31 32 bel. 11 8 4 57 181 29 S. 4 26 7 40 15 14,0 2 3 6.41 42 rei. 11 37 5 42 182 30 M. 4 27 7 40 15 130 331 7 5 51 rei. morn 6 26.

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Feat

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 E whit-Sunday. Nicomede, THE cariy grasses will be in
2 Mo. Littre, French, scholar and lexicogra bloom in a few days, and you may
3 Tu. Low tides. gr. brill.

be sure they will not grow any 4 W. 1st. 6 HC.

Wind better to make into hay. The best 5 Th. 3d. 6 h 0.

and

hay is just dried grass, cut when

it is full of juice. It is sweet 6 Fr. C in Apogee.

rain.

then, and you will see that the 7 Sa.

cows will take hold of it, and look 8 E Trinity Sunday. Fine and act as if they wanted to say

9 Mo. ( runs low. High tides. that it went just to the right place. 10 Tu. 12th. Dr. Arnold of Rugby, died, 1842.

Don't try to dry it all to a crisp,

but cook it, as you would a steak, 11 W. St. Barnabas.

again

so as to leave all the juices in it. 12 Th. Corpus Christi. $ gr. elon. W. Then it is at its best. A great 13 Fr. gr. hel. lat. S. and

many fruit trees try to bear too 115

Do. Be of the tan granted much. Now is the time to thin out 15 E 1st Sunday after Trinity. the pears, the plums, the apples, 16 Mo. Low tides. { panic at Sunderland, bunches set. $ 202 children killed in and the grapes soon after the

What is left will 17 Tu. Battle of Bunker Fill, 1775.

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grow

better and sell for more 18 W. st. 20th. q in , ó ¥ (. money than if the tree or the 19 Th. Longest days in the year, about 157 hours long.

warm. plant or vine is left to its own 20 Fr. O ent. . SUMMER BEGINS.

sweet will. You can clean out the 21 Sa. (in Per. ó 8 (, ó 1 c. nests of the caterpillars with a

brush fixed on the end of a pole. 22 E 20 Sunday after Trinity.

A good sprinkling of soapsuds is 23 Mo. Length of night Sh. 44m.

just the cure for plant lice. A lot 24 Tu. St. John Baptist. (. of chickens under the plum trees 26 W.620,68 h. Dull, is the best way to reach the curcu26 Th. 22d. ( runs high.

lio, but it is easy to jar him off with 427 Fr. 29th. Very high tides. the sharp blow of an axe or a club. 28 Sa. 1 6 0,6W (.

arith

Let him fall upon sheets, when a 29 e 30 Sun. after Tri. St. Peter. dered hellebore is the best thing

hot bath is good for him. Pow30 Mo. O in Apogee.

showers.

for the currant worm. It does n't cost much, and it is safe to use.

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