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Bee and Wasp Removal Service Call 0423688352 Sydney

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BEE and WASP REMOVAL SERVICE CALL 0423688352SYDNEY
WWW.BEEWASPREMOVALSYDNEY.COM
Mysteries of Bee-keepingExplained
Quinby, M. (Moses), 1810-1875
Release date: 2008-04-26Source: BebookMYSTERIESOFBEE-KEEPING EXPLAINED:BEING A COMPLETEANALYSIS OF THE WHOLE SUBJECT;CONSISTING OF THE NATURAL HISTORY OF BEES,DIRECTIONS FOR OBTAINING THEGREATEST AMOUNT OF PURE SURPLUSHONEY WITH THE LEAST POSSIBLEEXPENSE, REMEDIES FOR LOSSES GIVEN,AND THE SCIENCE OF "LUCK" FULLYILLUSTRATED--THE RESULT OF MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE INEXTENSIVE APIARIES.BY M. QUINBY,PRACTICAL BEE-KEEPER.NEW YORK:C. M. SAXTON, AGRICULTURAL BOOK PUBLISHER 152 FULTON STREET. 1853.Entered according to the Act of Congress,in the year 1853, by M. QUINBY, in theClerk's Office of the District Court of theUnited States for the Southern District of New York.E. O. JENKINS, PRINTER ANDSTEREOTYPER, 114 NASSAU STREET, N. YORK.CONTENTS.
 
CHAPTER I.BRIEF HISTORY. Three kinds of Bees,9 Queen described,9 Description and Duty of Workers,10 Description of Drones,11 Most Brood inSpring, 11 TheirIndustry, 12CHAPTER II.HIVES.Hives to be thoroughly made,13 Different opinions about them,14 The Author has no Patentto recommend, 14Speculators supported long enough,15 Prefix of Patent a badrecommendation, 15Ignorance of affairs and committees,15 Opposition to simplicity,16 By gaining one pointproduce another evil, 16 FirstDelusion, 17Chamber Hive,17 Mrs. Griffith's Hive,18 Weeks' Improvement,18 Inclined Bottom-Boards do notthrow out all the worms, 19Objections to suspended hives,19 See bees often,20 Hall's Patent,21 Jones's Patent,21 An Experiment,21 Reason of failure individing hive, 22 Cause of starving in such hives, 23Advantages of the changeable hiveconsidered, 24 Variation of these hives, 25Expense in constructing changeable hives,25 The surplus honey willcontain bee-bread, 26Description of Cutting's changeable hive,26 First objection cost of construction, 28 Hives canbe made with less expense,
 
29 Old breeding cells will last a long time,29 Cells larger than necessaryat first, 30 Expense of renewing combs, 30Best to use old combs as long as they willlast, 31 Method for Pruning whennecessary, 31 Tools forPruning, 32 Use of  Tobacco Smoke, 33Further objections to a sectional hive,34 Non-Swarmers,35 Contrast of profit,35 Principle of swarming notunderstood, 36 Not to bedepended upon, 37Hives not always full before swarming,37 Size of hives needed,37 An Experiment,37 Bees do not increase if full after the first year in same hive, 38Gillmore's system doubted,39 Utility of moth-proof hivesdoubted, 39 Instincts of thebee always the same, 40Profit the object,41 Common hive recommended,42 Size Important,42 Small hives most liable toaccidents, 42 Apt todeceive, 43Unprofitable if too large,43 Correct size between two extremes,43 Size for warm latitudes,44 Larger hives moresafe for long Winters or backward Spring,44 2,000 inches safe for this section,45 Kind of Wood, width of Board, &c., 46 Shape of little consequence, 46Directions for making hives,47 Size of cap and boxes,48 Miner's Hive,48 Directions for making holes,49 A Suggestion,50 Glass boxespreferred, 51 Glass

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