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Bee-Keeping in Utah

Bee Killers-Asilus Flies

Bee Language

Bee Notes

Artificial Comb Foundation, 82, 115, 118,
135, 145, 173-189, 201, 211, 238, 314

Artifical Swarms

A Sorghum Mill and Bees

121

A Valuable Instrument

A visit to a Michigan Bee-Keeper.

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11

274

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84

253

.184, 214, 239

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253

289

173

163

155

149

Thorns for Transferring

201

16 Thoughts on Reading the July Number. 213 Thoughts Suggested on reading Journal 184 Time to Divide

225

208

108

To remove Glue from the Hands
To the Public
Transferring Bees..
Transferring Staples
Two Queens in a Hive

.30, 204

262 174

Two things Proved by Experience

206

The Australian Bee Hunter
The Bee Moth...

The Bee Queen's Tempation
The Bee Wolf of Germany..
The Best Hive for all Purposes
The Bienenvater..

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The Old System versus the New The Prize Essay,.

54

279

.83, 202, 203, 250, 297

282

The Cause of Foul Brood
The Centennial

The Dzierzon Theory

The House Apiary Question..... 12, 36, 105 The New Idea Hive

17

102

302

167

281

240

The Ripening of Honey The Situation of an Apiary The Successful Apiarist The Value of Italians

Thick Combs for the Extractor Those "Bugs"

Undesired Experience Uniting Weak Stocks

219

156

53

314

265

Wax Introducing Cages
W. B. Rush-Biographicial
What about that Honey?

What can be Done?

What is the Cause of it

What they Did and how they did it What to feed Bees

Virgil and the Bees
Visiting

Voices from among the Hives, 7, 26, 46,
77, 86, 118, 193, 220, 242, 266, 295, 315

62, 99 274 92

76

190

170

90

182

35 15

250

161

Who is to Blame?.

65

191

Whom the gods would Destroy, etc..
Wm. J. Andrews-Biographical
Wilson H. Andrews-Biographical
Wintering, 21, 124, 142, 285, 303, 305, 308, 311

254

153

Wintering and Springing
Wintering in the South
Wintering Out of Doors
Winter Shelter for Bees
Worker Brood in Drone Cells

184

274

212

250

INDEX TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Axtell, L. C., 7, 295. Alsike, 7. Allen, J. G.. 8. Abbott, O. L., 12, 91, 206. Amateur, 12, 106. Andrews, W. J., 41, 76, 77, 126, 183, 191, 214, 291. Alexander, S., 56, Alley, H., 77, 96, 271, 276, 286, 313. Allen, N. P., 87, 169, 196, 285. Argus, 104, 179. Argo, R. M., 124, 149. Anderson, R. M., 194, Allen, G. N., 197. Andrews, Ira J., 198. Atkinson, J., 198, 269, Abbe, E. P., 217. Andrews, Wilson H., 254. Adams, M. H., 257. Anderson, J. L., 267. Armstrong, J. C., 270. A., C. 294. Briggs, D. D, 8. Becktell, R. S., 13, 54, 161, 173. Barfoot, J., 16, 270. Bruck, J. P., 18, 133, 151, 177 Burch, H. A., 22, 41, 55, 58, 85, 158, 165, 174, 240, 275, 312. Brooks, J. M., 46, 57. Black, S. H.. 47. Blanchard, O. C., 51. Butler. J., 67, 180. Baylor, J. W., 78, 112, 118. Brown, Mrs. E., 80. Bingham, T. F., 85, 103, 116, 120, 138, 160. Baldridge, M. M., 85, 176. Barclay, W. S., 86, 131, 153. Boyd, W. S., 88, 262. Bailey, Mrs. W. D., 110. Boyce, C. W., 113. Bledsoe, J. R., 119, 134. Burgett, W. B., 119, 295. Bee-asticus, A., 125. 181. Bosshard, H., 134, 221. Bennett, J. M., 142, 187.

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