Vol.45, no.2 (Feb 1964) ; Vol.45, no.5 (May 1964) ; Vol.45, no.8 (Aug 1964) ; Vol.46, no.7 (Jul 1965). Vol.45, no.2 (Feb 1964): a beekeeper speaks of mr. savory -- an observant wife -- a visitor from india -- amateur section -- australian honey board -- a new honey comb uncapper -- apiary branch report -- broadfoard fire burns bees -- honey prices -- fire -- enter penzaldahyde - exit carbolic -- honey industry legislation -- profitable honey crops -- american honey institute -- quality queen bees make the difference -- ad for the New Zealand Beekeeper quarterly magazine Vol.45, no.5 (May 1964): beekeeping from where i stand -- check on sprays: britain wakes up -- those honey prices -- honey week -- export honey prices -- executive council meets -- beekeeping course at dookie -- honey week dates -- honey harvest -- in defence of beekeepers -- isolation -- second open beekeeping school -- the great honey mystery -- the problem of swarming bees. Vol.45, no.8 (Aug 1964): A double bereavement -- are bees in cold climates better off -- australian honey exports -- a new zealander writes -- beekeeping problems from where i stand -- beware of the merchants of menace -- honey market -- honey advisory council report concluded -- honey market -- neaa ambitious program -- obituaries -- south gippsland school has beekeeping project -- united states colony conditions -- victorian honey promotion -- victorian supports mr quinn -- xxth international beekeeping jubilee congress No.46, no.7 (Jul 1965): Australian honey board secretary replies -- almond pollination and honey bee activity -- amateur section -- packer's panel -- further packer support for vaa finances -- harrison extracting demonstration -- honey week committee report -- kra-waite pollen supplement -- 66th annual vaa conference -- welcome to inter-state visitors -- revolutionary method of honey extracting.
volume : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Victorian Apiarists' Association Incorporated. Australian bee journal, 03-1160. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).