Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 09

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 09
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 09
Physics experiment. The string to cut glass. Take a bottle and encircle it with two cartons, fixed solidly. Guided by the cartons, a thin string will warm up the glass with a fast back and forth movement. A bit of cold water will finish off the operation. Poultry farming. A Duck Farm. This establishment rears several thousands of these flying creatures. Some vast ponds allow these palmipeds to frolic at their leisure. Pathe-Baby interviews Doctor Comandon on his studies and scientific works at the Pathe-Consortium Laboratory. Doctor Comandon studying a slide before filming the results. "The cinematography by which the ancestor has left the physiology laboratory of Professor Marey must find its place in its peaceful home, since it can modify the speed of phenomenon being reproduced, it acts on time the way optic instruments act on space." - S.J. Comandon. Blood infected with the Tyranosome parasite. These are the culprits responsible for the terrible sleeping sickness that devastates the residents of equatorial Africa. The ultra microscope view of a few parasites from the intestine of a mouse. Cinematography reproduces, with a marvelous exactitude, the features from the microscope of the blood circulating in the lung of a frog. It is useful to understand harmful insects well. Here is a fragment of a film about mosquitos, showing the larvae of this dangerous diptrous insect. Comma bacillus or vibrio cholerae. Features under ultra microscope. A fixed slide where the vibrating cilia of each vibrio is easily visible thanks to a special dye with which it was stained. Documentary. Fishing at Lake Biwa. The " Seine" is brought back. A type of merchant. Sports. A new game of Pushball, widely played in the United States. This game makes for amusing happenings. The Sparrows of Paris. Carefree and frivolous, the Pierrot accomplishes, in the world of birds, the perfect archetype of the street urchin. Bold, they hurl themselves down in the midst of the coming and going car traffic to delight in the plentiful meal served to him by his old friend, the horse. Having little respect for the glory of great men, it takes the statue of Danton for a perch. In ambush on the branches, our Pierrot waits patiently for Medor to finish his pate. "Now, for our turn!" Travel. Roscoff (Brittany). The calvary of Guimilhau, one of the more fascinating ones of Brittany. The very rocky coast is carved and forms sharp cliffs on the sea. The fisherman, returning from a long fishing trip, repair their nets for the next departure. Subscribe to Pathe Gazette, bimonthly living journal of news, edited by Pathe Baby.
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