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Bees and Honey, or Management of an Apiarv for Pleasure and Profit, by Thos. G. Newman, 250 pages-245 illustrations. Price, in cloth, $1.00.
Bienen Kultur, by Thomas G. Newman. This is a German translation of the principal portion of the book called “Bees and Honey." "100 pages. Price, 40 cents. Per dozen, $3.00.
The Apiary Register, by Thomas G. Newman.-À Record and account Book for the Apiary, devoting two pages to each colony. Leather binding. The price for 50 colonies is $1.00. For 100 colonies, $1.25; 200 colonies, $1.50.
Bee-Keepers' Convention HandBook, by Thomas G. Newman.-It contains the Parliamentary Law and Rules of Order for Bee. Conventions--alsó Constitution and By-Laws, witb Subjects for Discussion. Price, 50 cents.
Beo-Keepers' Guide, or Manual of the Apiary, by Prof. A.J. Cook.--This book is not only instructive, but interesting and thoroughly practical. It comprises a full delineation of the anatomy and physiology of bees. Price, $1.
Leaflet, No. 1. - Why Eat Honey? Intended for FREE distribution in the bee-keepers locality, in order to create a Local Market. Price, 100 copies, 50 cents; for 500, $2.00; for 1,000, $3.25.
mer If 200 or more are ordered at one time, we print on them your name and address FREE,
Leaflet. No. 2.-Alsike Clover for pastur. age. Price 100 for 50c; 500 for $2.00; 1,000 for $3.25.
Leaflet, No. 3.-How to Keep Honey, and preserve its richness and flavor. Price, 100 for 50 cents; 500 for $2.00; 1,000 for $3.25.
The Preparation of Honey for the Market, including the production and care of Comb and Extracted Honey. A chapter from - Bees and Honey." Price, 10 cents.
Bee-Pasturage a Necessity.This book suggests what and how to plant. It is a chapter from “Bees and Honey.” Price, 10 cents.
Swarming, Dividing and Feeding. Hints to beginners in Apiculture. A chapter from “Bees and Honey." Price, 5 cents.
Bees in Winter, Chaff - Packing, Bee Houses and Cellars. This is a chapter from "Bees and Honey." Price, 5 cents.
The Hive I Use. by G. M. Doolittle.-It details his management of bees and methods for the production of honey. Price, 5 cents.
Dictionary of Apiculture, by Prof. John Phin, Gives the correct meaning of nearly 500 apicultural terms. Price, 50 cents.
How to Propagate and Grow Fruit, by Chas. A. Green.-It contains over 50 illustrations and two large, colored fruit plates. It tells how to propagate strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, currants, gooseberries, grapes, quinces, peaches, apricots, plums, cherries, pears and apples, with cuts showing how to bud, graft and propagate from layers, etc. Price, 25 cents.
Wintering Problem in Bee-Keeping, by G. R. Pierce. Price, 50 cents.
Bee-Keepers' Directory, by Henry Alley.-Queen Rearing, etc. Price, 50 cents.
Honey-Bee; Its Natural History, Anat omy and Physiology, by T. W. Cowan. Price, $1.00,
Rural Life-Bees. Poultry. Fruits, Vega tables and Household Matters. Price, 25 cents.
ABC of Carp-Culture, by A. I. Root and Geo. Finley. 70 pages. Price, 40 cents.
Foul-Brood, by A. R. Kohnke. - Origin, development and cure. Price, 25 cents.
Practical Hints to Bee-Keepers, by C. F. Muth, on bees and foul brood. Price, 10c.
Dzierzon Theory. - The fundamental principles of apiculture. Price, 15 cents.
Advanced Bee-Culture : its methods and management, by W.Z. Hutchinson. Price, 50c.
Bee-Keeping.-Translation of Dzierzon's latest German book. Price, $2.00; paper, $1.50.
Thirty Years Among the Bees, by Henry Alley. Price, 50 cents.
Grain Tables; for casting up the price of grain, produce, hay, etc. Price, 40 cents.
A B C of Potato Culture, by T. B. Terry. Price, 40 cents.
Scientific Queen-Rearing, by G. M. Doolittle. It details his experiments in the rearing of Queen-Bees. Price, $1.00.
Pocket Dictionary.- Always useful, and often indispensable. Price, 25 cents.
Kendall's Horse Book.-35 engravings -illustrating positions of sick horses, and treats on all diseases. Price, English or German, 25 cents.
Hand-Book of Health, by Dr. Foote. -Hints and information of importance concerning eating, drinking, etc. Price, 25 cents.
Turkeys for Market and Profit, by Fanny Field, the most experienced turkey-rearer in America. Price, 25 cents.
Lumber and Log Book.-It gives the measurements of all kinds of lumber, logs, planks; wages, etc. Price, 25 cents.
Silo and Silage, by Prof. A. J. Cook.It gives the method in successful operation at the Michigan Agricultural College. Price, 25 cents.
Cheshire's treatment of Foul Brood.--Its cause and Prevention. Price, 10 cents.
Honey as Food_and Medicine, by Thomas G. Newman.-In French. Price, 5 cents.
Langstroth on the Honey - Bee, revised by Charles Dadant.-It is entirely re-written and fully illustrated. Price,
Handling Bees, by Chas. Dadant & Son. 1 - A chapter from Langstroth revised. Price, 8 cts.
Blessed Bees, by John Allen.-Full of practical information. Price, 75 cents.
Success in Bee-Culture, by James Heddon. Price, 50 cents.
Quinby's New Bee-Keeping, by L. C. Root.-This is a new edition of Mr. M. Quinby's "Mysteries of Bee-Keeping,” entirely re-written by his son-in-law Price, $1.50.
A B C of Strawberry Culture, by Messrs. T. B Terry and A. I. Root.-It is for those beginning to grow strawberries. Price, 40 cents.
Historic.-A brief history of the North American Bee-Keepers' Association, and Reports of the first 20 Conventions. Price, 25 cents.
By-Laws.-For local Associations, with name of the Organization printed. $2.00 per 100.
Ribbon Badges for Bee-Keepers, upon which is printed a large bee in gold. Price, 10 cents each, Large ones with rosette, 50 cents.
How I Produce Comb Honey, by George E. Hilton; 3d edition. Price, 5 cents.
Maple Sugar and the Sugar Bush, by Prof. A. J. Cook. Price, 40 cents.
ABC of Bee Culture, by A. I. Root.A cyclopædia of everything pertaining to the care of the honey-bee. Price, $1.25.
Bee-Keeping for Profit, by Dr. G. L. Tinker.-It fully details the author's new system of 1 producing honey. Price, 25 cents.
A Year Among the Bees, by Dr. C. C. Miller.-Chat about a season's work, Price, 50 ct 8
Wisconsin bee-keepers should be thinking about their next annual meeting. It will occur next month, and it is none too soon to be making arrangements to attend it. In last week's Wisconsin Farmer, Dr. Vance remarks as follows about the programme, and the membership the association ought to have :
Our Recording Secretary is engaged upon the programme for our next annual meeting, and no doubt he will present one that will draw out the best knowledge and experience. , He will probably have a stenographer to take down the discussions, which will be sure to make entertaining reading for all who are interested in bee-culture.
We intend to exert our utmost to bring out every bee-keeper of the State who possibly can attend the meeting. We expect to start a “racket" that will be heard throughout the State, and shall keep it up until the date of the meeting.
Although we have had very good meetings since our organization seven or eight years ago, we have never had more than 100 present, and our membership has not been what it ought to be and must be, if our members will work for the success of our next convention in February.
Talk to your bee-keeping neighbors about the annual meeting, and stir up their interest, and get them to join the association.
Minnesota bee-keepers should attend the State convention at Owatonna on Jan. 20, 1892. All such will have free entertainment during the convention. This is an inducement seldom provided. Go to "the feast” and be refreshed in body and mind.
It is 31 Years Ago to-day since
Mrs. L. Harrison will edit the the AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL was launch
Bee Department of the Orange Judd ed on the sea of journalism. For 18 Farmer. She is, as our readers well years it has been under the management
know, an able writer, and will make of the present editor. Its character and
that Department interesting. Mr. Judd reputation are fully established, and the
is a very able and experienced editor, history of the past is the guarantee for
and the Farmer is one of the best the future. Suffice it to say that all our
weeklies for the farmer's home. time and energy will be devoted to it, as in the past, and we shall endeavor to con Now is the time to join the National tinue to make it a welcome visitor to Bee-Keepers' Union. Send to this office thousands of homes all over the country. I for the necessary Blanks.