Glass Boxes How To Make





_Directions for making._--Select half-inch boards of pine or other soft

light wood, cut the length twelve and three-quarters inches, width six

and three-eighths inches, dress down the thickness to three-eighths or

less, two pieces for a box, top and bottom, in the bottom bore five

holes throughout the centre to match with those in the top of the hive,

(the pattern used in marking the top of hives is just the one to mark

these). Next, get out the corner posts, five-eighths of an inch square,

and five inches in length; with a saw, thick enough to fit the glass,

cut a channel length-wise on two sides, one-fourth of an inch deep,

one-eighth from the corner, for the glass. A small lath nail through

each corner of the bottom into the posts will hold them; it is now

ready for the glass--10x12 is the right size to get--have them cut

through the centre the longest way for the sides, and they are right,

and again the other way, five and five-eighths long for the ends. These

can now be slipped into the channels of the posts, and the top nailed

on like the bottom, and the box is ready.





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