Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 10

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 10
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 10
Physics. How to make a mirror. The glass and the bowl having been cleaned, the following solution is poured: ammoniacal water: 90%, silver nitrate: 10%. The formalin, which is poured in next, reduces the silver and fixes it to the glass. The glass piece is completely covered in a layer of silver. Now one must just remove, with the help of alcohol, the silver from one side of the glass. The mirror is finished. Zoology. The Jerboa. It is a small rodent living in communities on the outer reaches of the African desert. Jerboas are remarkable because of the development of their rear legs for jumping. They dig burrows and spend the winter in them in a state of complete numbness. Documentary. How to disintegrate a hill. Water channeled through powerful pipes disintegrates the layers by the sheer force of its jets. The water leaks among the rubble. Pathe-baby interviews the illustrious painter Willette. "We always end up arriving. The secret is not to burst! ... " - A. Willette. The illustrious painter at work in his workshop on rue Lacroix. Willette's works are very French in concept and execution. Here are six drawings in the master's style: The French Pierrot. Horticulture. Chrysanthemums. The name "chrysanthemum" comes from the golden yellow color of the primitive breed. But cultivation has modified this type so much that the yellow color has disappeared among a great variety. Chrystanthemums are rustic and easily cultivated. They cross pretty much in every soil and at all expositions. A petal. Chrysanthemums bloom from autumn all the way until the frost. Their impressive variety make them one of the most beautiful garden ornaments. Winter sports. In certain regions of England, the sport of ice skating is very popular. A skating virtuoso. Travel. The Emerald Coast. Here are Saint Servae and the Solidor Tower. Dinard. Located a few kilometers from St. Malo. St. Malo enveloped by its ramparts. The castle, which was rebuilt during the 15th century by Duke Francois II and his daughter Anne. The ramparts from the 16th and 17th centuries make for an interesting walk. Subscribe to Pathe Gazette, bimonthly living journal of news, edited by Pathe Baby.
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