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Vernal Equinox (Spring Begins)-..-....................March 21 d. 2 h. 23 m. A. M.
Summer Solstice (Summer begins)......v.*......-,.....June 21 d. 10 li. 27 111. P. M.
Autumnal Equinox (Autumn begins)....:...............Sept. 23 d. 1 h. 9 in. P. M.
Winter So'.siice (Winter begins).....................'„...Dec. 22 d. 7 h. ^6 in. A. i\J.
MORNING AND EVENING STARS,
Mercury ($) will be Evening Star about February 79, June 15, and Octo¬
ber 12 ; and Morning Star about April 4, August 2 and November 20,
Venus (?) will be Morning Star till April 30, and then Evening Star the rest
of the year. 1 ' ,->. '.*'
Jtjpiter (%) will be Morning Star till June 30, and then Evening Star the
rest of the year. -
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Aries, °P Head.
& f Keck.
Pisces, X Feet.
nj Bow el a.
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In the year 1901 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun, one of the Moon, and ?
a Lunar Appulse.
I.—A Lunar Appulse, May 3-4. Invisible. Visible more or less to Europe,
Asia, Africa, Australia, the extreme eastern tip of South America, and the
II —A Total Eclipse of the Sun, May 18. Invisible. Visible to Australia,
southern Asia, the eastern part of Africa, and to the Indian Ocean. The path of t
totality passing through the Islands ot Mauritius, Sumatra, Borneo and New "
III.—A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, October 27. Invisible. Visible in
part to the western coast of North America, Europe, Africa ; and to Asia, Aus¬
tralia, and the north Pacific and Indian Oceans.
IV.—An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, November 11. Invisible. V'sible to
the greater part of Europe, Asia, northern Africa, the extreme northern edge of
Australia and to the Indian Ocean. The path of annulus passing through Ara¬
bia, the Island of Ceylon, the Malay Peninsular, to the Island of Luzon.
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Lyons ts^atnairon wish to fmprove the coudiUor; of
your hair. It will insure a glossy, luxuriant head of hair.