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The flower of a giant thistle. Park Hill Community Garden, Croydon. No macro on me so stood back with a 300mm telephoto.

HSS! Nature kicks up her color!

Finished sampler quilts using Moda's Happy Go Lucky and Kona Solids. Virtual Quilting Bee

 

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you put a shot between someones legs and.. take suggestive photographs of some poor drunkard between another man's legs.

wow what a week last week was. I still don't have my voice back yet and if you talk to me you will notice I sound like a boy going through puberty. Vegas was a blast though. Go|Bee party, jose villa party and others I can't even remember. The best was the Blu party and I know I met some of you there and in the limo but I don't remember. I had TOO much fun there apparently. Spent lots of money and even picked me up a new camera (D700) and I am in frickin love with it. So anyways I could go on and on about the fun week but I am sure you don't want to hear about it so I wills stop (0; These are pics from the neon sign graveyard shoot we did. So much fun. Will share more tomorrow but I am being hounded by my photog friends to post a few so these will have to do. (0;

note the boobs balloon in the back.

A hungry group of bees on some Mexican Sunflowers. I captured this early one morning in my garden with a nice backlight.

 

Created using using Canon equipment, On1, Photoshop, and various other digital apps.

  

Closeup photo of bees on the honeycomb.

A beautifully calm morning and my first visit to GB Gruffy this year. I think it is at it's best at this time with big patches of Devils bit Scabious, Harebells and Eyebright, just to mention a few. It was amongst one of these patches of flowers that I found a group of male Halictid bees partying on a scabious flowerhead.

 

Best viewed large.

 

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Tiny mining and/or sweat bees in a Peony flower, Montana.

So apparently the bee population amongst the lilies at Fogg Dam is very healthy at the moment! I couldn't get a photograph of this Lotus Lily without a bee in it! So I reckon three is better than one?!

Borgo Castello-La Mandria

Liatris blooms from the top down, like a sparkler.

A new flower for the New Year . . . . . . . photo MR

An explosion of wild onions next to my house brought about a spectacular bee party a couple months ago. I am so looking forward to watching this again next year.

A quintet of bees having an impromptu party at a hummingbird feeder. View On Black

I didn't invite a quest

5 bees after the pollen on a poppy ... it's a party !

You can see the ' sacks ' of pollen on a couple of the bees.

 

Have a good one

  

Since this tree has been in flower, every morning it's very busy with bees and it's right by my front door.

Have to thank my hubby for the title here. :)

 

Taken at Cox Arboretum.

12.6.09

 

Joining the flickr 'cute bee' party, with the fattest bee I've ever seen. Putting the laws of physics to an ever-greater test.

 

Also for MSH's flutter-by.

 

Flying through again, will catch up with you all later on. Happy weekending!

 

Explore #417

  

❤Tutu worn as a dress from CASSANDRA'S CLOSET - yes it's vintaaage! $10!!!

 

❤Extra long [& doubled up] satin embossed black ribbon from QUEEN BEE PARTY & BALLOON SHOP

 

❤French Knickers - some CUTE brand from Myer [cannot remember!]

 

❤Vintage PeepToe AGENT PROVOCATEUR heels from PUFF 'N STUFF

 

❤chocolate suede clutch with amaaaazing silver bauble clasp from Rozelle Markets for $1!

 

❤cocktail ring from DIVA

 

❤TAtt from my Picasso

Title: American bee journal

Identifier: americanbeejourn2084hami

Year: 1861 (1860s)

Authors:

Subjects: Bee culture; Bees

Publisher: [Hamilton, Ill. , etc. , Dadant & Sons]

Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries

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334 THE AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL. Bees! Queens! Nuclei! something new! BEE-KEEPERS' GUIDE; INSTRUCTION IN BEE-KEEPING. SEND TO BEES.—I offer For Sale 10<i colonies of rtalian Bees, in good, new, well-painted Hives, Gallup Frames, li'frames to a hive; every comb straight and good; most of the combs built on foundation. One colony. $9.u each. QXTEEKS.—I breed Queens by the be?t methods, and from the best stock Queens ready alter May 20th. Untested. fl.fiO; tested. ^J.U'; selected test- ed, *3.l_K I. NUCt.EI, with untested Queen. $:j.50; with tested Queen, $4.50; with selected tested Queen, $5.50. INSTKTJCTIOX -July 7, ifW4, I shall bepin nstructing a olass in bee-keeping—class f >r men and women. Full cuurse in Theory and Practice. For Circulars of inlnrmation as to this class, and Price List of Hives, Frames, Sectitms. Implements, Books, etc., address. O. Cr.UTE, lODtf IOWA CITY, IOWA. COMB FOUNDATION MILLS. The "Best" and ■■cheapest" in the market. Send for Sample and Priee List tree. PAl'I. SPOERKIi:, Fond dii L,ac, 'Wis. 14Dtf Dadaiit'sFoiiiidation Factory, wholesale and retail. See Advertisement in another column. SMITH & SMITH Want to give away o.fio of theirlMui>tr;ited Cata- logue and Price List of Be*— a eei»erit'Supplies. JSpeciul Attention given to the Simplicity One-Piece Section, Also Hives, Smokers. Foundation, etc. SMITH & SMITH, 6DHit KKNTON. Hardin Co.. OHIO. E. B. WEED, No. 95 West 76 Street, Cincinnati. M.. for a sample* of FOl'iVDATION that cannot sag- or break down, with side-walls of Pure Wax from one-sixteenth to one-fovirth of an inch hig-h. Clieapei* tliaii any otber make. '21Alt NEW INVENTION. Patented Oct. 17, 1882. Bees forced to leave their surplus honey before remo\inj? it from the hive. Saves valuable titiie and labor; prevents robbing, and the liabilit.v of bein§r stung-. The Bees are tirst cut off from the brood hive, by closing the openings in a slat honey board: the conductor is then placed in position, which connects bees in surplus honey T^-ith brood hive. They soon find that they are im- prisoned, and beinj? anxious to escape, pass i>ut throxigh the Conductor into the brood hive. It also prevents their return. Conductor and Langstroth hive com- plete SO 00 Conductor and Hone.v Board, any size, and Sections to fill, which shows all the improvements 1 ."iO Conductor, b.v mail oO Send for Circular glring full particulars. JOH> W. SILCOTT, 14D4t SNICKERSVILLE, VA. Early Italian Queens! IMPORTED AKD HOME-BRED. Nuclei and full cul'tnies. Bees bred both for Bl'SlXESS an.I BE.\UTV. Dunham and Viinderviirt F«l'.\D.\TIO.\ aspeciiilty. If yrm need Queens. Bees. Hives. F^oundatinn or Supplier send for my CalaloKue and Price List. Address, AUGUSTA, Or, MANTTAI. OF TBE APIAKY. il,000 SOLD SINCE 1876. 18th Thauaund .Jast Ont ! 11th Thousand Sold in Just Four Months'. 8,000 Sold the past Tear. More than 5n pages, and more than 50 flne illus- trations were addeil in the >.th edition. I'Ue whole worit has been thoroutihiy revised, and contains the very latest in respect tu bee-keeping. It is certainly the fullest and most scientific work treating of bees in the World. Price, by mail,SI 35. Liberal discount to dealers and lo clubs. A. .1. COOK. Author and Publisher, State Agricultural College, LANSING. MICH. ISCTt 20Di;t L'D-^t 4B4t . GA IfBEFOEE.) (AFTER.) 7LECTEO-VOLTAIC BELT and other Electeio -J APPLIANCES are sent on Su Days' Trial TO MEN ONLY. YOUNG OR OT D. who are suffer- ing from Nervol-s Debu.; .', Lost "VrrAUTT, Wasting Weaknesses, and all those diseases of a Personal Nature, resulting from .abuses and OTHER c'AUS!:s. Speedy relief and complete restoration to Health, Vigor and Manhood Guaranteed. Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC BKI.T ., niarshall. Mich. emy Syrian & Italian Queens Syrian Qutx-iis bri-d from QiJt.*eiis imported from Mount Lebanon. Italians bred from best imi)orted and selected home-bred. Tes- ted Queens of either race before June. $3.00 each: in June. SO..1O; after June, $'2.00. Un- tested before June, single Queen, ^l.'i.'i; 6 or more. §1.00 each; after June, single Queen, $1.00; 6for S5..10; l-2for $10.00, or "Cook's Manual of the Apiary," cloth only 90 cents with order ftir Queens. I. R. GOOD, liDtf 4B3t SPAUTA, TEXN. Don't Fail to Send ru'?ftij?t\fr?i!'^"fre Bailey Swai-ni Tatflier, for Circular and Price List of Catchers and Bee Supplies. IGDit J. W. B.\I1.EV, RIpon, YTis. ELECTROTYPES Engravings used in the Bee Journal for sale at 25 cents per square inch—no single cut sold for less tban5f)c. THOMAS G. NEWMAX, 0Sa West Madison Street Chicago, III. mm COMB FOUNDATION' And Choice Queens a Specialty. Circulars and samples free. Send for them. It will prt.v .von to do so, before ordering else- where. Wiix worked on the Given Press for 10 to '20 cts. per III., aceordiufr to the number of square feet to the pound. G. H. KNICKERBOCKER, l.->eow4t PINE PLAINS, N. Y. WUITEWOOD OB BASSWOOD SLICED SEC- TIONS. 414.X4U. A decided success, (■an be used in C.ses or Frames: $J.oo per l.i>tw.i. Hives and Cases good and cheap. Address N. E. DOANE. Pipestone, Berrien Co., Mich. lBD4t

 

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DR. FOOTE'S HAND BOOK OF HEALTH, Hints and Ready Recipes, is the title of a very valuable book that gives a great amount of inf(.)rmation. of the Utmost Im- Eoitance to Kverybody. concerning their daily abits of Eatinn. Drinking, Dressing, Sleeping. Bathing, VVorkin;;. etc. It Costs only TWEXTY-FIVE CENTS, and contains 28 p.^ues. and is sent by mall, po8t-|>»ld. oil receipt oT price. This is just the Book that every family should have. IT TEl^LS ABOUT What to Eat. How to Eat it, 'I'hirms to Do, 'IhinKs to Avoid, Ptriia of Summer. Hew to Breathe, Overheating Houses, Ventiliition. Influence of Phints, Occupation for Invalids. Superfluous Hair, Restoring the Drowned, Preventing Nenr-Sight- ednesB, Parasites of the Skin. Batning—Best way. Lungs & Lung Diseases, How to Avoid theHO, Clothing—what to Wear. How much Co "Wear, Contagious Diseases, How to Avoid them. Exercise. Cure of Teeth, A fter-Dinner Naps, Headache, causes cure. Malarial Affections. Croup—to Prevent. EXCELSIOR HONEY EXTRACTORS In answer to frequent inquiries for Extractors carrying 3 and 4 Langstroth frames, I have con- cluded to adopt these two new sizes. The 3 frame basket is in a can of the same size and style as the ".i frame. The 4 frame basket js in the larger can, with the cone (ir metal standard for the basket lo revive upon, leaving room un- dt-rneath the basket for Toor?^" ib:«. of honey. It will becomplete. with covers, and in every way identical, except in ^^ize, with the *irt.O(i Extractor, lyxi'n, which is intended for any size of frame. Excepting with the $n.to Ex- tractors, all the different styles have strainers over the canal lead- ing to the honey gate, and mova- the Comb Baskets. The f-S.tx.i and tio.oci Extractors have no covers. For 2 American frames, 13x13 laches $8 00 For 2 Langstroth " I0xl8 For 3 " " 10x18 For 4 " " 10x18 For 2 frames of anysize, 13x20 For 3 " ^' 13x20 For 4 " " 13X20 IT TELLS HOW TO CURE Black Eyes. Boils. Burns, Chilblains. Cold Feet, Corns,('oughs,Cholera.Diarrhcea. Diphtheria. Dys- entery, Dandruff. Dyspepsia, Ear Ache. Felons. Fetid Feet. Freckle?. Headache. Hiccough. Elivea. Htiarseness.Itchini:. Indamed Breasts. Ivy Poison- ing, Moles, Pimples, Piles. Rheumatism. Ringworm. SnoriTig, Stammering. Sore Eyes, Sore Mouth. Sore Nipples.Sore Throat, Sun-stmke, Stings and Insect Bites. Sweating Feet, Toothache. Ulcers, Warts. Whooping Cough. Wcirms in Children. It will Save Doctor Bills! Price only So Cents. Sent by Mail, post-paid, b.r THOMAS e. JfElVMAJf, ses West Madison Street, CHICAGO. IL,L. 8 00 ...10 00 ...14 00 ...12 00 ...12 00 ...16 00 ALFRED H. SEWMAS, 923 West Madison Street. Chtcago.lll. \ E ■%»■ .V > D f S E F I' 1. Articles for the Apiary Sfuil tor our lii-pafre iUustratecI Circular. ISAtt HENKY .^liLiEV, Wenhaui, Mass. Given'sFoundationPresSi PCBMC SEN'llMK.N'T afflrms that the PKES3 is^UPKKIOR for nialiineC"mb Kuundalion either in Wired Frames or for SECnoNS. and insures straiRht and perfect combs, when drawn out by the bees. Send for Circular and samples. D. 8. eiTEN .Xr CO., lABtf HOOPESTON. ILL. ITALIAN BEES AND QUEENS. Send for Price List to ». B. BKOWN. DES MOINES. IOWA. BE SURE To send a Postal Curd f<.r our Illustrated Catalogue of APIARIAN SUPPLIES before purchasingelse- where It contains Illustrations and descriptions of everything new and valuable needed I nan apiary at the "lowest prices. Italian Queens and Bees. Parties intendiue to purchase Bees in luts of 10 colonies or more, are invited to correspond. 5lD15tlB5t H.^KTFORD. WIS.

  

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Title: American bee journal

Identifier: americanbeejourn2084hami

Year: 1861 (1860s)

Authors:

Subjects: Bee culture; Bees

Publisher: [Hamilton, Ill. , etc. , Dadant & Sons]

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The advantages of this Extractor are : 1. It is more easily operated, there being- no necessity for removing the top to refill with water. "2. It melts quicker, because the wax is brought into a more direct contact with the steam. S. It is more economical, because the steam has access to the center, thereby extracting all the wiux from the refuse matter. 4. The filler for water acts also as an indi- cator as to the amount of water in the boiler, as when the steam escapes through the filler, more water will be required. Keep a kettle of hot water ready to fill when required. We make two sizes, the smaller one having a larger cajiacity than the Swiss Wax Extractor. _ Price, small size, §4.00—large size, $5.00. ALFRED H. NEWMAN, 923 West Ifladisoii St., CHICAGO, ILiL.. BE SURE To senda Postairnrdforour Illustruted CatalOKue of APIARIAN SUPPLIES before purchasing else- where. It conlaina Illustrations and descriptions of everything new and valuable needed in an apiary at the lowest prices. Italian Queens and Bees. Parties intending to purchase Bees in iota of 10 colonies or more, are invited to correspond. 5lDl5t lB5t HAUTFORD, WIS. SMITH & •SMITH Want to give away 5.<»*xt of theirlllustrated Cata- logue and Price List of Bee-Keepers'SuppIles. Special Attention given to the Simplicity One-Piece Section, Also Hives, Smokers. Foundation, etc. SMITH & SMITH, 6D10t KENTON, Hardin Co., OHIO. Bees! Queens! Nuclei! INSTRUCTION IN BEE-KEEPING. BEES.—I offer For Sale 100 colonies of Italian Bees, in good. new. well-painted Hives, Gallup Frames. 12 frames to a hive; every comb straight and good; most of the combs built on foundalinn. One colony, jSMXi; lOor more colonies, liy.i'U each. QXJEEN8.—I breed Queens by the beet methods I,d from the beststock. Queens ready after May, 2oth. Untested, $l.(.)0; tested, $2.*xi; selected test- ed, $3.W. MTCLEI, with untested Queen, *?f.50; with tested Queen, $4.50; with selected tested Queen, $5.50. IKSTRUCTION.-July 7. 1884, 1 shall begin instructing a class in bee-keeping—class for men and women. Full course in Theory and Practice. For Circulars of information as to this class, and Price List of Hives. Frames, Sections. Implements, Books, etc., address, O. CCUTE, lODtf IOWA CITY, IOWA. BEE-KEEPERS' GUIDE; Or, MAKUAI- OF THE APIAKY. 11,000 SOLD SINCE 1876. 12th ThoiiMUud Just Out ! 11th Thousand Sold in Just Four Months! S.OOO Sold the past Year. More than .'^o pages, and more than 50 dne illus- trations were added in the 8th edition. The whole work has been thoroughly revised, and contains the verv latest in respect to bee-keeping. It is certainly the fullest and most scientific work treating of bees in the World. Price.by malUS'l SS. Liberal discount to dealers and to clubs. A. .1. COOK., Author and Publisher. State Agricultural College, LANSING. MICH. 18C7t 20Di2t Syrian & Italian Queens BY UETITRN M-illi. Tested. $2..50 each. Untested, Single Queen $1.00. SLx for $."j..50. Twelve for $10.00. Cook's Manual (cloth) with order for Queens, only 90 cents. Safe arrival guaranteed. I. K. GOOD, 2.3Dtf SPARTA, TENN, mm COMB FOUNDATION And Choice Queens a Specialty. Circulars and samples free. Send for them It ^\-ill pay you to do so, before orderinjr else where. Wa.\ worked on the Given Press for 10 to 20 cts. per lb., according to the number of square feet to the pound. G. H. KNICKERBOCKER, 2.3eowtf PINE PLAINS, N. Y. 1%. iDYESlM I E ( AFTKR. 1 ,CTRO-VOLTAIC BELT and c.tlicr Electric SIEN ONLY. YOUNG OR OT T) iug from_ Nervous Debilj Dadant's FouudationFactory, wholesale and retail. See Advertisement in another column (BEFuRE.) LECTRO-VC - APPLIANCES are sent ou JoO Days' Trial TO . who are suffer- .„^ ., Lost Vitalitt, Wasting Weaknesses, and all those diseases of a Personal Nature, resulting from abuses and Other Causes. Speedy relief and complete restoration to Health, Viouk and Manhood GCAR.^NTEED. Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshall, Mich. 6Uiy COMB FOUNDATION MILLS. The "Best" and "Thcapest" in the nuirkot. Send for Sample* and Price List Iree. PAIJJL SPOERKE, Fond du Lao, Wis, 14Dtf For Bees, Queens. Honey, Foundation, Hives. Sections, and all Apiar- ian Implements, send for Circular to Fr.ANAeAK (fe ir.L.IA;SKE, lABly Lock 1)0x995. Belleville, St.CiairCo.,Ills. LOCAL REPORTERS MMNTED. We want a local reporter in every farmint: com- munity to furnish us from tiaie to time such facts as we may require. Full particulars rei^arding ser- vices, compensation, etc., will be furnished on ap- plication. Address Will C. Turner & Co.. Publishers **Clty and Country,** Coiumbufi, Oblo. 24Al8t Early Italian Queens! IMPORTED AND HOME-BRED. Nuclei and full colonies. Bees bred both for BrSIXESS and BEAXJTV. Dunham and Vnndervort FOI'XD.ATIOIV a specialty. If you need Queens, Bees, Hives, Foundation or Supplies, send for my Catalogue and Price List. Address, IF YOTT "WA-ITT VEHICLE, SEND A POSTAL CARD TO THE COLUMBUS BUGGY CO. COLUMBUS, OHIO. When Catalogue and name of nearest dealer, where our superior Vehicles can be seen, will be sent. We have thei..ARGEST factory in the world for manufacturing first-class and superiok Bu2;g:ies, Pliaotons, LisiUt Carriages, Surrey AVagons, 5^^^^^^

 

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AND OUR POPULAR American Village Cart?!*, the latter most perfect and free from horse motion. tST" We make our own wheels from the best lim- ber (sawed by our own mills) that cjin be obtained frum the hills of Southern Ohio—famous for the second-growth hickory. ''Any of our readers who will inclose 18 cent stamps, in a letter to the Colitmbus Buggv Co.. Columbus, Ohio, will receive in return a beautiful engraving in colors representing an "Australian Scene," and their manner of traveling in that country with ostriches as a motor. 24Al8t DR. FOOTE'S HAND BOOK OF HEALTH, HrNTS AND Ready Recipes, is the title of a very valuable book that gives a great amount of information, of the Utmost Im- Eoitance to Everybody, concerning their daily abits of Eating. Drinking, Dressing, Sleeping, Bathing, Working, etc. It Costs only T^WENTT-FIVE CENTS, and contains SS9 pages, and Is sent by mall* post-puld, on receipt of price. This Is just the Book that every family should have. IT TELLS ABOUT Parasites of the Skin, Bathing—Best way. Lungs & Lung Diseases. How to Avoid them, Clothing—what to Wear, "What to Eat, How to Eat it, Things to Do, Things to Avoid, Perils of Summer, How to Breathe. Overheating Houses, Ventilation, Influence of Plants, Occupation for Invalids, Superfluous Hair, Restoiing the Drowned, Preventing Near-Sight- edness, How much to Wear, Contagious Diseases, How to Avoid them, Exercise, Care of Teeth, After-Dinner Naps. Headache, cause iSc cure. Malarial Aflfections, Croup—to Prevent. J". X>. ]2D8t 4B4t AUGUSTA, GA, IT TELLS HOW TO CURE Black Eyes. Boils, Burns, Chilblains, Cold Feet, Corns,Coughs.Cholera.Diarrhoea, Diphtheria. Dys- entery. Dandruff, Dyspepsia, Ear Ache, Felons, Fetid Feet, Freckles, Headache. Hiccough, Hives, Hoarseness,Itching, Inflamed Breasts, Ivy Poison- ing, Moles, Pimples, Piles. Rheumatism, Ringworm, Snoring. Stammering, Sore Eyes, Sore Mouth. Sore Nipples.Sore Throat. Sun-stroke. Stings and Insect Bites, Sweating Feet, Toothache, Ulcers, Warts, Whooping Cough, Worms in Children. It will Save Doctor Bills! Price only 85 Cents. Sent by Mail, post-paid, by THOMAS G. NEWMAN, 923 West Madison Street. CHICAGO, ILL.

  

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Finished Virtual Quilting Bee sampler quilt using Kona Solids. Blocks by Colleen Molen and Amy Ellis

 

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A photograph of the Beal party’s campsite at Portage Lake, near Grayling, Michigan, taken June 18, 1888. The photograph was taken during a botanical expedition with William J. Beal. It appears to be Bailey and Parish in the photo.

 

June 18, 1888

 

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Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections, Conrad Hall, 888 Wilson Rd., Room 101, East Lansing, MI 48824, archives.msu.edu

 

Resource Identifier:

A004563

Quilt blocks from the Virtual Quilting Bee by Calli Taylor and Lynne Goldsworthy (@Lily's Quilts)

 

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I'd call it a vagina cake like everyone else, but let's be technical, here.

Title: American bee journal

Identifier: americanbeejourn2185hami

Year: 1861 (1860s)

Authors:

Subjects: Bee culture; Bees

Publisher: [Hamilton, Ill. , etc. , Dadant & Sons]

Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: UMass Amherst Libraries

  

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THE AMERICA!? BEE JOURNAL. 397 Honey and Beeswax Market. Office of the American Bek JouitNAii. i Monday. 10 a. m.. June ti'J, IKSo. f The following are the latest quota- tions for honey and beeswax received up to this hour : CHICAGO. HONE V.—Demand is linht and receipts are also light. Prices ranjie from in((!Ji5c. forbestRradesof comb honey, and for extracted, 5(a'7c. BEE8WAX-2J(aUr>c. R. A. BDHNETT. Ifil South Water Ki. BOSTON. HONKY.- Wequote the followinR prices : Fancy white comb in 1-lb. seciions, i*-:<gJiHc. • the same in 2-Ib. sections, i5(s;1hc: fitncv wliite('alifornia2-lb8.. 12@i4c. Extracted weak. BtoHc. Sales very slow. BEESWAX.-32 cts. per lb. Blake & Kii'ley. ^7 Chatham Street NEW YORK. HONEY—Wequote: Fancy white clover in I-lb sectionp, Mi&l.'Vc; fair to good white clover in i-lb. sections. \2<aii;ic; fancy wliite clover in i-lb. sec- tions, I3n(.14c; fair to good white clover in 2-lb. sections, 1 KajiJc; lancy buch wheat in 1-lb. sections, 9(snic; fancy buckwhewt in i2-Ib. .sections. 7(«8c. ()rdinary grades, no sale. Extracted white clover, 7{*Hc; extiacted buckwheat, <j(«6Hc. BEESWAX-Prime yeilow. 26(<42yc. McCadl & HiLDKETH Bkos., 34 Hudson St. CINCINNATI. HONEY—There is no new feature in the market. Our rcfiular customers only are buyers at present. There is almost no outside demand, and low fig- ures are no inducement. We quote extracted honey from r.rwHc on arrival, and cumb at '.Xa ijc. BEESWAX-Good deiiianil and arrivals plenti- ful. We quote 2i(n2Se for g'.iod yellow on arrival. C. F. MUTH, Freeman & Central Ave. 8AN FRANCISCO. HONEY—Market very quiet. Choice e.\tracted is the only kind whicli buyers »t present eare to purchase in a wholesale way. and there is little of this sort offering. No new crop honey has yet ar- rived ; none expected for several weeks. White to extra white comb. H(a9c; dark to good. 4Cg(7c; ex- triicted, choice to extia white, 4^(s,5)^c; amber colored. i^idti-i'Uc. BEESWAX-Quotable at 25f^62c—wholesale. O. B. S.M1TH & Co., 423 Front Street. CLEVELAND. HONEY—Is very dull just now during strawberry time, and although we Imld at 14c per lb. best white I-lb. sections, it is merely noniinal, as there are no transactions. As soon as our people have satistied their craving for acid fruits, they take very kindly to nice white honey, and we may look with contldence to a good demand in July, August and September. BEESWAX.—Scarce at 2>*®30. A. C. Kbndbl. I i.s Ontario Street. KANSAS CITY. HONEY—Demand is light and prices weak. We quote choice V^-lb. sections, i.^»(^.1hc; l-lb., l3(Sl4c; 2-lb., luw-i ic. Extracted, 5@,6c, according to qual- ity. Half-pound sections of comb honey are in demand. BEESWAX-25(g30c. Ci-fc;MONS,CLoON & Co., cor. 4th & Walnut. J^pccial ijoticcs. ^^~ Our rates for two or more copies of the book, " Rees and Honey," may be found on the Book List on the second pag-e of this paper. Also wholesale rates on all books where they are purchased " to sell again." ^^ For two subscribers for the Weekly Bef. Journal (or 8 for the Monthly) for one year, we will present a Pocket Dictionary, and send it by mail, postpaid. 1^~ If your wrapper-label reads June 8,5, please remember that your subscription runs out with this month. Renew at once, so as not to lose any numbers. ^~ Back Numbers.—We can supply a few more of the back numbers to new sub- scribers. If any want them, they must be sent for soon, before Ih^y are all gone. l^^Preserve your papers for reference If you have not got a Binder we will mail you one tor 7.'» cents, or you can have one free if you will send us -i new yearly subscrip- tions for the Bee Journal. To C'orry," etc. (giving the name and address of the bee- keeper who scatters them). POSITION ■%VANTED-by S.H.Howard,an educated deaf mute. He has had 4 years' ex- perience in liee culture and poultry business, and would be glad to work lor small watres in the country. Address for lo days, ySl Polk street, Chicago, His. 25Alt FOR SAI^£.—4:5 colonies of pure Italian and Hybrid Bees. L. frame. No 1 honey-eatherers. Address A. JE. WIL.r.IS,Tow8on, Balto Co. Md. 23Alt 3-FRAME NUCLEI. HAVING a large stock of Bees on hand, and my honey season nearly ended, I will soil :i-lrame Nuclei, every hive full of bees and every frame filled witb capped brood.excei't just honey enough to last while .-iiipping. fur i$3.00 euch. Each Nucleus will contain a warranted Italian Queen, reiired by natural swarming. If tested Queens are wanted, add 5" tts. each; the tested Queensbeing one year old. Size of frames, I0^xi4, or Standard L. frames. Address, JAMES WOOB, 25Alt NOKTH PKESCOTT, MASS. COLUMBUS BUGGY CO., COLUMHUS, OHIO,

 

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Largest Manufacturers in the World of Light Vehicles of every description. Warranted strictly first-class quality throughout. Stand the severest use. Absolutely reliable. Style and finish unequaled. jy WHITE POK CATALOGUE AND NAME OF NEAllEiT DEALER. Oiir!$iu;ii, "tOI.llMBrs BUGGY CO'S Bt'GGIKS," In every town. L.ouk out (or it! SoAL't CHOICE ITALIAN BeesiQueens T CAN FITRIVISH 2 FULL. COLOIVIKS -*■ or Clioicc Ithllan liees In 8-fraine Lanf?s- troth Hives at $10 each. They are bred up to the HIGHEST STANDARD of e.vcel- lence for all the best j.oints. They are gentle and MOST PKOSPEKOrS SECTION OP THE Pacific ('oast, furnished br the J,OS Anseles lll__l,|„ H' „»„ si mammoth 72 column WPGKhf M rrOfP^^'ER. the best weekly ■■*'GniJ IIIIIIUI in('aliforna SEND FOK IT. Single copy, three two-cent stamps; six months. IKl ; one year, !ISS. Address THE T1MES-M[RR0R CO., 25Ai3t Los Angeles, Calif. F BE SURE To send a Post ill Card for our Illustrated Catalogue of APIARIAN SUPPLIES before purchasing else- where. It contains Illustrations and descriptions of everything new and valuable needed in an apiary, at the lowest prices. Italian Queens and Bees. Parties intending to purchase Bees in lota of 10 coloDies or mure, are invited to correspond. a. c. 8ati.es. IDK-it 2B5t HARTFOP.D. WIS. DOOJLITTI.E—For prices of his QUEENS see page M49 of Bee Journal, or send for Cireular. G. M. DOOLITTLE, Borodino, N. Y. IIEISt n/\C!ril » T tor Circulars 1: USX Ali of BEE.s, tHJEElNS, COMB FOIN- DATION, etc., etc. Address, G. H. KNICKERBOCKER, Pine Plains, N. Y. ;3l)tf SEND I885.-QUEENS-I885, ALBINO AND ITALIAN QUEENS. producing'workers to the hest for purity, docility and industrj'. Write for Circular. Also have dollar Queens. 22D4t H. F. DEAHIi, Berrjnpille, Va. D IINH.VIW AND V.ANDERVORT FOUNDATION. WE have bought a large stock of t COOPERSVILLE. Ottawa Co., MICH. My 17th Annual Price-List a";;d'A",!i^"LaSJ'Srs Queens and Nuclei colonies (a speeintty); also Supplies -Mill be sent to all who send their names and addrei-ses. H. H. BKtiWN, iTIJtf Light Street, Columbia County. Pa.

  

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The photograph shows the Beal party camping in Harrisville, Michigan. The back reads, "Left to right: ___ Parish, C.F. Wheeler, W.W. Metcalf, Daniel A. Pelton, ___ Fisher, Dr. W.J. Beal." Lyster Dewey, Liberty Hyde Bailey is not shown (he took the picture).

 

1888

 

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Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections, 101 Conrad Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824, archives.msu.edu

 

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Michigan State University -- Department of Forestry -- Beal Botanical Expedition, 1888

 

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Some of the 'Perlin Nebula' particles danced on the spot curiously like bees in a hive. So I tried bees.

 

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International CCI students sharing a great conversation with Terence O'Neill and Cristal Montanez at Houston City Hall.

Title: American bee journal

Identifier: americanbeejourn2185hami

Year: 1861 (1860s)

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Subjects: Bee culture; Bees

Publisher: [Hamilton, Ill. , etc. , Dadant & Sons]

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Patented, 1878 Prof. <'(ioh, In his valuable Manual of the Apiarv, itatea that " Mr. Bingham waa tlie first to improve the old Ouinby smoker by estabiishinK a direct draft." Five years of persistent effort has demon- Btrated that no one but BinKham has been able to Improve a Bingham fmoker. Hundreds of Bing- ham smokers have been In use Ave years, and are yet in working order. They burn lots of blocks and chips and stuff, and make Iota of smoke and e Wonder smoker 19ii " .. 65 tliiiptiam & Hetherington Honey Knife, 2 inch 115 TO SELL AGAIN, apply for dozen or balf- jzen rates. Address, BINUUAM & HETHERINGTON, itA2Btf ABKONIA. MICH. Sixth Thousand Just Published! New and Enlarged Edition BEES and HONEY, OR THE Management ef an Apiary for Pleasure and Profit; by THOMAS C. NEWMAN. Editor oj the Weekly Bee Jourmtl. •25 W^est MadlaoB Street, Chlcaco, III. It contains 330 profusely Illustrated pages, is "fully up with tlie times" in all the improvements and inventions in this rapidly developing pursuit, and presents the apiarist witli everj-tliing that can aid in the successful management of tlie Honey- Bee, and at the same time produce the most honey in its best and most attractive condition. PRICE—Bound in cloth, $1.00 ; in paper covers, 7.5 cents, postpaid. ^^~A Liberal Discount to Dealers, by the Dozen or Hundred. ^ The Monthly Bee Journal for a year and the pamphlet" Bees and Honey," will both be sent for $1. THE! VICTOR HIVE is operated upon a Dew principle by which the sections are placed in vertical lines with the brood frames ; continuous pas8a^'es being effected in a Practical Maxxner ! It may be arranged for any form of the Lang- ptroth Frame ; has been fairly tested, and is the Rent Hive made for Comb Honey. May be used for E.^tracting. Send for my 24-page Catalogue and Price List. Address DR. G. r.. TINKER* lAtf NEW PHILADELPHIA. O. BE SURE To send a Postal Card for our Illustrated Catalogue of APIARIAN SUPPLIES before purchasing else- where. It contains Illustrations and descriptions of everything new and valuable ne»"ded in an apiary, at the lowest prices. Italian Queens and Bees. Parties intending to purchase Bees in lots of lu colonies or more, iire invited to correspond. J.C. SAYLJES. ll)15t 2B5t HARTFORD. WIS. SixAi All interested in Beesorl nnncolonles niariDC Hont-y.«h..uldl|lllll nrBees jJIdllCOi send forourlUUUfor Hale. Pric** Lint and t'lilailoKue of Been. Qiieeni,, and Apiarian liiiplement*. Safe Delivery guaranteed. FL,A»iA6AN A, I1.L,IN8KI, Lock Box 995, BelleTlIle, St.Clair Go., Ills. ^ABly REVERSIBLE FRAMES. S15N1> 15e. (in one or two-cent stamps) and yet by return mail the neatest, cheap- est and most practical arranfrement extant for reversible frames. They are adapted to any frame or hive. lAtf AVKNHAM, MASS. I pay S5c. per pound dellrered here, for yellow Beeswax. To avoid mistakes, toe shipper's name should always be on each package. ALFRED II. NE:WITIAN, 923 West Madison St., CHICAGO, ILL. Bee Hives AND SECTIONS. KEW SHOP AND NEW MACHINERV ! ! The Largest Manufacturer of Bee Hives Sections, etc., in the World ! Our capacity now is a C A R - I. O A D OF GOODS DAILY. DECIDED.-The Courts have decided the Pat- ent on the One-piece Section to be null and void for want of novelty. We are now manufacturing them again as Hrst placed on the market by Lewis & Parks. Write for my nc»v Price-List for 1885. C3-. B- le;a?vis, 49Ctf WATERTOWN, WIS. Friends, if you are in any way interested in BEES OR HONEY We will with pleasure send a sample copy of the Semf-Afonthly Oleaningre In Bee-Culture, with a descriptive price-list of the latest improve- ments in HlTeH* Honey Eactractorn* Comb Foundation,Section Honey Boxes,all boobs and journals, and everything pertaining to Bee Culture. Nothing Patented. Simply send your ad- dress written plainly, to Ctf A. I, ROOT. Medina. O. Yn 11 U C C n th^ National Real Estate UU 11 ecu Index. Full of TRADES, Bargains and Real Estate news. 50 cts. a year. Sample copy free. Address, 27CGt W. I., GRIGGS, Kirksville, Mo. BEE KEEPERS' SUPPLIES. MANTTFACTUREES OF BEE-HIVES AND One-Fiece Sections, Foandation, Smokers, &c Send for Circular. Siiiltli A; Goodell. ■tOCtf lUXK FALLS, ILL. BEE-KEEPERS' GUIDE; Or, MANUAI. OF THE APIAKY. fr.OOO SOLD SINCE 1876. lath ThouHUnd tJust Out! llth Thousand Sold in Jnst Four Months! 3,000 Sold the past Tear. More than 50 pages, and more than 50 flne illus- trations were added in the 8th edition. The whole work has beenthoroughly revised, and contains the very latest in respect to bee-keepinp. It is certainly the fullest and most scientiflc work treating of bees in the World. Price, by mall,Sil 35- Liberal discount to dealers and to clubs. A. J. COOK, Author and Publisher, State Agricultural College, LANSING, MICH. 18C7t 20Dl2t The Oldest and Largest establishmfnt in the United States making a Srecialtu of Mail Orders. JOB PRINTING, B'^^li^^VL. ll Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Envelopes ami Business Cards. 35 cents per 100, oOil for S1..J0. All kinds of Job Printing neatly executed. Send stamp for samples. Our paper, Bov» and <«lrls, 2.5c. a year. Send tor Sample Copy. K. OT. RlJL,ISON, 2C3t FLUSHING, MICH. BEES lASl N For Pleasure and Profit. A New Book of 172 pages, profusely illustrated, by Rev. Wm. Ballantine. Prices, r»H and Tocents. Address the - author at New Concord, Muskingum Co., Ohio. 1885 ITALIAN (jUEEKS 1885 eWAKKANTED aiJEENS FOK $.5. Write for Circular. J. T. WlliSOPf, IBC-It.ea NICHOLASVILLE, IvY.

  

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ah good times "go to the bathroom youre gonna vomit!!" thanks.. i was just dizzy!!

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