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Identifier: gleaningsinbeecu41medi
Title: Gleanings in bee culture
Year: 1874 (1870s)
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Subjects: Bees Bee culture
Publisher: [Medina, Ohio, A. I. Root Co.]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
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sure and estimatewe find that 0. has the equivalent of butseven combs of the 0. M. P. type. To be sure, his queens have more room tolay; but it is in drone-cells, and hence aloss to him. And Oppenheimer is mad, andinsists that his combs are as good as the av-erage run of combs. He is right, there; butthe average is lower than what a henlays an egg on daily. By a little figuring, we shall find theavailable worker-cells in tlie three typicalclasses of combs to be as follows: 0. M. P.s Best, 6460. Brocks Good, 5950. Oppenheimers Average, 4760. But more brood is produced in the sameworker-cell area of Best and Good combs than in the Average, so the latterare even poorer than the figures indicate. That is a long way around to reach thepoint; but the longest way around is thenearest way home, or is so reported by per-sons not really strictly sober. One of the boys will say that his queenskeep only an eight-frame hive properly fullof brood, while his neighbor says it takes SEPTEMBER 15, 1913

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A portion of the apiary of Mr. Chas. McCauIy, Jefferson Co. twelve combs to accommodate liis queens.Possibly it is the queens; but it may be thecombs. Better find out before you wasteink and paper and use up valuable space inthe magazine, as I am doing. Lest you should run out of food forthought, consider the following: It costs?e.ss to get Best combs than it does thoseof the Good grade; and when you takeinto account trouble and labor, combs whichhave to be cut out and replaced, excess ofdrone combs, uneven comb, etc., you willfind that the Average grade is the mostcostly of the three. These are cold hardfacts. Use the coldpart to relieve youraching head. Prondence, R. I. trees. In ordinaryyears, everjnvhere onelooks there is a pro-fusion of white bloom.Basswood. locusts,poplars, blackberry,raspberry, yellow andwhite sweet clovers,asters, and white clo-ver seem to vie witheach other in the abun-dance of their bloom.In most parts of thecounty the sweet clo-ver, basswood, locust,and wh

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Image from page 130 of “Historical plays for children” (1912)
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Title: Historical plays for children
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Bird, Grace Electa Starling, Maud, joint author
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Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company
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money;but on our way we were robbed at someislands lying to the east. Chief. Those are the robber islands (La-drones) . The people there are all thieves. Itis unfortunate that you fell into their hands. Captain. If we had not been robbed of somuch, we could pay you more, but we willgive you everything that we have left. 112 HISTORICAL PLAYS FOR CHILDREN Chief. What can you offer for the clovesthat you wish to take with you? (They hand over ribbons, cloth, hatchets, knives,scissors, caps, and mirrors.) Captain. That is all, I think. Chief. It is not enough to pay for all the spice you can carry away in your ships.Pilot. Then let us give him as many of our clothes as we can spare. (They take off coats, caps, etc.)Captain. We cannot offer you more, I fear.Chief. Well, I think now we can afford to let you have all the spice you want, though it is really worth more than you are paying.Captain. Show us where to find it, and we will follow you. (All go out.) HISTORICAL PLAYS FOR CHILDREN 113

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