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Bennett, B.S.K. (ed.) / The Pacific bee journal
Vol. 5, No. 10 (October, 1902)

[Cover] The Pacific bee journal,   pp. [229]-234 PDF (1.8 MB)


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PROSPECTUS
Pacific HOReg
ProducerS
MR. B. S. K. BENNETT
has been connected with the Bee,
Honey and Manufacturing bus-
ness for twelve years; has met
personally all prominent honey
producers on this coast and
many easterners; he has one of
the finest of   mountain  bee
ranches.
MR. MOFFET,
the prospective apiarian superin-
Incorporated March 1, 1902     tendent, has had large experience
in honey production; is one of
the old-timers; his apiaries of
400 colonies one season produced
Capital, 1             $50,000        100 tons of honey of a value of
$10,000, which paid hima prbfit
of 300 per cent. on his $2,000 in-
vestment.
Manufacturers and Dealers
Bee Hives and Supplies
Producers, Shippers, Exporters
Pacifo Coast Honey and Wax
$30,000 has been subscribed and re-
served for 40 Honey Producers
owning 8,000 colonies of bees.
$6,451.00 has been paid in in cash'
property   and    manufacturirng
plant by directors.
$13,549 in treasury, for sale at $1
per share.
Only the CHOICE of a few
apiaries taken for capital stock.
OUR 10,000 COLONIES
should produce in a good year
$50,000 worth of honey, and pay
a 50 cent dividend on each $1.00
share.
WE WANT $12,000
before December, to buy bargains
in apiaries and supplies, and to
erect a building in addition to
our  manufacturing   business.
Our supply business will amount
to a value of $50,000, and pays
30 to 50 per cent. on investment.
WE WILL SELL NO STOCK
AFTER JANUARY
as our apiaries will produce by
June, and the product will be all
the capital we need.


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