Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 15

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 15
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 15
An Amusing Experiment. Wizardry performance. Needles are all you will need. Nothing is easier than planting a needle in your cheek, the trick is to appear as if one is doing so. The needle is removed without a single drop of blood. Wax melting on the tongue produces no burns. Geography. The Alps in Mans. Massive high hills that remind one of the Great Alps in miniature. The Sarthe's many meanders run through the valley. In certain places it runs in streams. The mill on Val is a beautiful little corner. Rocks placed across the river replace the bridge. Saint-Cerneri village, well known among landscape painters. New Inventions. The artillery uses lightweight tractors. They undergo rough testing. Pathe Baby interviews Pierre Carrier-Belleuse, portrait painter and genre painter. Classical dance and studies of dancers are his favorite subjects. Here he is in his studio taking quick sketches. Above all, one must appreciate him for his talent as a pastellist. Great projects. Moving a hill. 62,350 pounds of dynamite were used for this operation. 260,000 thousand tons of dirt and rock jump in a huge explosion. Zoology. The Echidna. A type of monotreme mammal inhabiting Australia. This mammal is characterized by a very thin and outstretched muzzle which ends in a very small toothless mouth. It nourishes itself with ants which it captures like the anteater with the help of its tongue. It digs itself a burrow in which to hide underground during droughts … and only leaves during the rain.
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