. American bee journal. Bee culture; Bees. Conducted by E. L. Bter, Markham, (Jul. IntFOduction and Greeting In stepping into the breach caused by Mr. Pettit's retirement from " Cana- dian Beedom," I feel that I am under- taking a somewhat difficult task. Be it remembered, Mr. Pettit is something over 6 feet in height, while " your humble servant " is—well, somewhat shorter, to say the least. Somehow, I can not help but feel that our abilities and mental capacities are about in the same ratio of comparison as our physical stature. However, be- ing by nature an optimist, I s

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. American bee journal. Bee culture; Bees. Conducted by E. L. Bter, Markham, (Jul. IntFOduction and Greeting In stepping into the breach caused by Mr. Pettit's retirement from " Cana- dian Beedom," I feel that I am under- taking a somewhat difficult task. Be it remembered, Mr. Pettit is something over 6 feet in height, while " your humble servant " is—well, somewhat shorter, to say the least. Somehow, I can not help but feel that our abilities and mental capacities are about in the same ratio of comparison as our physical stature. However, be- ing by nature an optimist, I s
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. American bee journal. Bee culture; Bees. Conducted by E. L. Bter, Markham, (Jul. IntFOduction and Greeting In stepping into the breach caused by Mr. Pettit's retirement from " Cana- dian Beedom," I feel that I am under- taking a somewhat difficult task. Be it remembered, Mr. Pettit is something over 6 feet in height, while " your humble servant " is—well, somewhat shorter, to say the least. Somehow, I can not help but feel that our abilities and mental capacities are about in the same ratio of comparison as our physical stature. However, be- ing by nature an optimist, I shall not worry over things that I am not re- sponsible for, but shall endeavor to make the best of opportunities, and with this end in view, looking for the hearty co-operation of all, and espe- cially of Canadian readers of the American Bee Journal, I shall try to make this department interesting and instructive. While, as heretofore, our corner will be called " Canadian Beedom," the writer has intimated to Editor York that the privilege is reserved of " med- dling " in "Yankee" affairs if occa- sion permits. As I purpose to abstain from doing anything of an extraditable nature, I do not anticipate much trouble along this line. Permit me to wish all the readers of the American Bee Journal a Happy and very prosperous New Year. Markham, Ont. J. L. Byer. Maintaining High Prices of Honey Is it possible to maintain the present high prices of honey ? Probably most readers of the American Bee Journal are aware that on this side of the " line " a very short crop of honey was harvested last season. As a result, prices of honey are unusually high—10 cents a pound wholesale for extracted being the common quotation all fall. At the annual convention of the Ontario Bee-Keepers'Association, held in Toronto, in November, 1906, Presi- dent Sibbald, in his address, thought that honey had advanced to where it ought always to stay. In his opinion, hone

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