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Cook, E.H. (ed.) / The bee-hive
Vol. 1, No. 6 (February, 1887)

[Contents] Index to vol. I.


THE BEE-HIVE.
THE
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PUBLISHED MONTHLY FROM APRIL.
Subscription Price, 30 cents Per Year
in Advance.
INDEX TO VOL. I.
No. 1.
A Buzz from Iowa.....................
A SwarmI of B's....     ...............
Bee-Business in Iowa..................
Circulars Received....................
Editorial........   ...................
Getting Bees out of Boxes...............
Hints concerng Bee-Keeping for March....
Honey  as a  Medicine..........................
Maine as a Bee and Honey Country...........
March..............      ...............
Modern Apiculture, (continued)..........
Odds and Ends.....      ................
Our Apiary...........................
Perspicuity in Writing........ ........
Rye Meat for Bees.....................
Salt for Bees..    ....................
The lunny Bee...       .................
The IHeddon Ifive ......................
To our Bee-Keeping Friends.............
Wax and Its Uses    .....................
Where shall we Place our Hives ?.........
No. 2.
Buying Bees Cheap.-Patent Hives...........
Circulars Received......................
Don't come Often enough      ...........
Editorial.............................
Good and Cheap...........................
Hints to Beginners for June and July........
Hives on Stands.-Buying Bees, etc..........
How to induce Bees to Work in Sections.....
Modern Apiculture, (coetinued)...............
No Long-Winded  Articles.....................
Question Box..........................
Seed-Words ..
Sub-Earth Ventilation..................
The Cheapest and 13est way to buy Bees.--
Report for 's...... ...............
The Best way to buy Bees......   .......
What we want to Know................
Wintering.............      ..............
No. .3.
A Bumble Grumle.....................
A Fraud    .............................
heap Covers, fw to Make (us............
Chieapest anti B~et way to buy ileas ...... ...
Cheatp ('overs.-Q neeniess Colonies carryirn
I Poilen -Introdutcing qu~ees...........
Covers. Pollen-Young Queens.............
Wirculars Received.....................
E  lto ial . Grum ...........................
Handling Bees ........................
C   pforoation  wanted. -aovers for Hives. -
Bringing in Pobo .   y e..................
Introducing queens i Fal...     ...........
Modern Apiculture. (contiued)..........
u    laestion  Box  ie... .........................
feversible Franes........     ............
Starting Bees in Sections................
Wr  or  Section-Boxes........:.....
Worth  mrnie than  It Costs .....................
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No. 4.
Confined Air for Wintering.................... 29
Editorial...................       ........... it
Enameled Cloth not good for Cold Weather.. 31
'Experience" Apiary..........................  V
How to Make a Cage for Shipping Bees and
Nuclei, (illus.)............   ...........  25
Oil-Clo th a Success for Cellar Wintering...... 32
Perseverance Rewarded .................. 3
QUestioI  BOX.................................  i
Random   Talks................................ I
Report for  SS............................ 32
Toddlekins and  Trot..........................  25
What is best Kind of Roof for Hives.......... 30
No. 5.
Bee-Culture in El Dorado Co., Calif ........... 44
Editorial..................         .......... 4
Ilow J. L. Hyde makes His Hives, (2 illusts.).. B
How shall We keep Propolls off Sections!.... 43
IS Be Keeping an Occupation Suitable for
Ladies......... 44
Modern Apiculture, (continued)............... Ii
Propolis. - Queens. - Preparing Bees for
W inter.....................................  41
Question  Box..................................  45
Report of Past Season.........................  43
Ripening and    Preparing Comb Honey for
M arket  .................................... .
Sure and Easy Way to Introduce Queens..... 41
What to do with Toads........................ 4
No. 6.
A  Few  Points.................................. I
A  Good  Report, (1lus.)........................ I4
Answers to  Queries............................ .
Bee-Keepers' Society..........................
carnlolan  Bees................................
Cellar Wintering..........       ..   .......
Circulars  Received............................  0
Editorial.......................              i
Extracted Honey.............        ....      51
Hunting Bee-Trees........................     .1
Marketing Honey.........          ..  .......
Minn. Bees........                   ......... .
Modern Apiculture, (continued)............... 4
Preparing Bees for Winter.................... i
Separators.....................................  .
Snow  ..........................................  45
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We can recommuend the following apicuituaf
9works as being instructive, practical and up I
13  the times.
12 A B C OF BEE CULTURE, by A. 1. Root.- Tuis I'
12one of those books which it Is a pleasure to read
13 it explains the various mnanipulations In detai
14 how to moake your hives, crates, framles, etc
Fully Illustrated.
Ilicte with the Bee-Ilive One year.fl.ih.
ITBEF-KEE'EmS' GUIDE; or Manulal of tile Apiat)
is by- Prof. A. J1. ('ook,-A valuable work Onl tit
is honey bee. It describes, wvith numnerotus Iiiustn
19tiens. the atorslcdal structure of the bee. G(ive
a'description of many ioocy-bearing Ilowers. 10)
22 is a thoro'ugly practical work.
21    Price with the Bee-hlive one year $1.10.
21, BEE-ItEElootS'HANDmY BOOK, by Henry Alley,-
23 If you intend to rear queens for your own use 0
201 to sell. you should04 lead this work. It gives
thorough treatise upon queen-rearig, beside
23 muany hints of value to tile bee-keeper. liustcI
21 ted. Price with tile Bee-hlive one year $1.20.
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22 irWe do lnot keep these In stock, but erde
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