Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 01

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 01
Translated Title: 
Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 01
Fish farming: Chinese Cyprins. These fish, originating from the lakes neighboring the Tchangon mountains, are rarely carnivorous and survive on plants. They all have a snout truncated from the bottom to the top, tiny mouths, and large protruding eyes. The Chinese have succeeded in varying the species and have produced an infinite number of these monsters. Since the early days of fish farming, Cyprins have decorated aquariums. Science: Video Interview of the illustrious astronomer, Camille Flammarion. The observatory of Juvisy. The moment of observation. The astronomer at his work station. "Isn't it strange that the inhabitants of Earth have almost always lived right here without knowing where they are and without pondering the marvels of the universe!" - Camille Flammarion. Fine Arts: The Gladiator - - Studies of Movements and Attitudes. Horticulture in Japan. A field of irises. Winter Sports: Sailing on ice. With favorable weather, they can reach great speeds. At times, a violent wind tips the apparatus and it takes a very skilled pilot to navigate it well. When the pilot is almost at the same level as the ice, falls are made less dangerous. Geography. Nimes. The fountain garden. It owes its name to the famous fountain found at the foot of Mt. Cavalier. Decorated with statues, marble vases, and balusters, this garden makes for a very lovely promenade. British Indies. The parade of elephants dressed richly in caparisons for the occasion of a celebration. Theater. Mounet Sully, 1841-1916, the incomparable tragedist, dean of La Comédie-Française shone in roles from both the modern and classic repertoire. Here is the celebrated artist in his role of Hamlet (the gravediggers' scene) in which he triumphed by the grandeur of his acting, the nobility of his movements, and attitude. Fashion: July 1922. A couple of restrooms at the Grand Prix in Auteuil. A dress in black Moroccan crepe and white straps. Silver lamée dress from Jeanne Lanvin. An original fetish umbrella. End. Composed by Mr. M. Rischmann.
Series Title: 
Translated Series Title: 
Series Subtitle: