Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 22

Title: Pathe-Magazine Revue Universelle des Sciences, Arts, Industries, Voyages, & Sports, No. 22
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Pathe-Magazine, Universal Magazine of the Sciences, Arts, Industry, Travel, and Sports, No. 22
Zoology. Sheep (Race Brachycephal). The main types of this species are the sheep of Dishley, New Kent, Southdown, and Limousin. The animals, for the most part destined for competition, are surrounded by delicate care. Every week, each sheep is weighed. Their hooves are carefully maintained. A prize-winning sheep. The sheep of this species are characterized by a large forehead. The two diameters (transverse and longitudinal) of the skull are nearly equal. A bottle-fed young sheep. Travel. The Castle of Amboise. This admirable castle where Charles VI was born and died is atop a plateau overlooking the Loire. The construction dates to the 15th century. On one of the foothills of the castle the St. Hubert Chapel was built. The door is richly sculpted. A bas-relief representing the legend of St. Hubert. A bust of Leonardo da Vinci who died in Amboise in 1519. The enormous Minimes Tower which served as access to the castle on the side of the river. New Inventions. A practical car for babies. This ingenious little car is easy to demonstrate and transforms into a reduced size. Conjuring. The trick consists of making a coin disappear under a glass … and then make it reappear. Here is the explanation. A very easy trick to execute. With two cones of paper, you must make the thimble take the place of the marble. A little bit of dexterity suffices. Two thimbles, two marbles, and two paper cones are all the accessories. Industry. The fabrication of toys with turned wood. A piece of hornbeam wood quickly takes on the shape of a bowling pin. Fabrication of a spinning top.
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