Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 17

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 17
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 17
Lobster fishing. Lobster fishermen usually place themselves along rocky coasts. They take elaborate care to prepare the bait comprised of burnt octopus arms, small fish, crabs, etc. The baskets, or pots, in which the bait has been placed, are lowered in rocky areas. The next day, the baskets are retrieved. Numerous captured lobsters are found inside. New inventions. An armored car to protect bank men from armed attacks. Bullets shot from a close range do not penetrate the glass. At certain times of the year, the coasts of Tasmania become full of arctocephali, commonly known as fur seals. The females guard their young jealously. When this animal is suddenly surprised, the females and the young throw themselves into the sea while the males prepare to fight. Pathe-baby interviews the painter Patricot, Officer of the Legion of Honor, grand prize of Rome in 1886, medal of honor in the Salon of 1886, and grand prize in exhibition of 1900. He specializes in the portraits of important officials. Here are some of his paintings: President Loubet. The Sultan of Morocco. Patricot, nicknamed the official painter for the Marshals, completed for the museum of Versailles the portrait of the Marshals: Foch, Petain, Lyautey. Here he is in his studio completing the portrait of Marshal Franchet D'Espere. Patricot, student of Bonnat, shows himself to be deserving of his glorious master. "To succeed, one must endure." Jean Patricot. Travel. In Colombia. Cartagena and its bay are surrounded by ramparts which were built in the 16th century by the Spanish. The lighthouse of Boca Chica on the ramparts is at the entrance of the bay. The walls are, in some places, impressively large. It is a place of leisure for the habitants of the town. Under arches we find what served as prisons during the Spanish period. Nowadays, they are used as as living quarters by some of the indigenous. Around the ramparts of Cartagena numerous villages sprang up, inhabited by the black population.
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