Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 06

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 06
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 06
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Agriculture: To supplement lack of rain in agricultural exploits, a new machine was constructed. The mechanism that makes the machine work. Poultry farming. Some beautiful breeds of our domestic rooster. The rooster is, of all the domestic birds, the most useful to man. It is produced by successive cross-breeding of old breeds or the domestication of new wild breeds. Geography. Huelgoat. This Breton landscape offers a splendid heaping of cliffs framed by greenery. The Trembling Rock that weighs more than 100,000 kilos. Other corners of this picturesque region may at times recall views of the Pyrenees. Zoology. The Kinkajou. This carnivore from South America is the size of a small dog. Very agile and active, it finds eggs of which it is very fond. When his meal is finished, he descends … and falls asleep alone in a corner. Science. Pathe Baby interviews Mr. Edouard Belin on his new discovery: "The Telewritten Message." "The applications of the Telewriter will not confine themselves to the domain of business and this new method of correspondence will, hopefully, obscure the use of telegraphs." - Edouard Belin, Malmaison Alley. This machine emits or receives dispatches and reproduces, through photography and thanks to the T.S.F., the writing of the sender. The sender must use a special ink on the message that he then powders to prevent it being erased. At the post office, a machine enamels the writing to create raised edges. The dispatch is placed on the cylinder of the machine. The writing projections make a sapphire vibrate. These vibrations turn on and off a light, on the recording machine, which creates an impression on a piece of photo paper where the dispatch will be reproduced. Habits and Customs. Costumes from Poitou and the Vendée from the 19th century. The Mothese of the Mothe St. Heraye. The little girl of Melle. Inventions (Transportation) In Day, Ohio, the Americans are interested in experiments involving a helicopter. The last trials of Dr. George de Bothezat's helicopter. Propelled by a 170 horsepower motor, the helicopter rose four feet and remained in the air for two minutes. Documentary: The Magpie is attracted to a shining object. She seizes it and drops it in a separate area where she will try in vain to eat it. Tame, there is no other malice in this act, and nothing justifies the reputation given to the Magpie that they have a disposition towards thievery. Subscribe to Pathe Gazette, bimonthly living journal of news, edited by Pathe Baby.
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Pathe-Magazine
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Pathe-Magazine
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Pathe-Magazine