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• • • Danger of Extinction

... Danger of Extinction BOTH Notts. County and Mansfield Town have had A” teams in the old Derbyshire Senior I.eague, the forerunner of the Central Combination, and might find it worth while to launch forth again. Another aspect to be considered is that ...

Published: Thursday 25 March 1937
Newspaper: Nottingham Journal
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: | Words: 211 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

Tasmanian Tiger Extinct?

... Tasmanian Tiger Extinct? One of the world s rarest animals—the Tasmanian Thylacinus—Tasmanian tiger or wolf—is believed to have become extinct It is now some years since the tiger was seen, and members of the Animals and Birds Protection Board in Tasmania ...

Published: Monday 29 March 1937
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 147 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

TASMANIAN TIGER EXTINCT ?

... TASMANIAN TIGER EXTINCT ? LAST SPECIMEN BELIEVED DEAD HOBART (Tasmania).—One of the world's rarest animals, the Tasmanian Thylacinus (Tasmanian tiger or wolf) is believed to have become extinct. is now some years since the tiger was seen and members of ...

Published: Monday 29 March 1937
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 150 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

CALLING ALL BEARDS Palmolive had more beards down for swift, sure, painless extinction this morning than amy ..

... CALLING ALL BEARDS Palmolive had more beards down for swift, sure, painless extinction this morning than amy other shaving preparation. The reason is that no beards (however tough), and few shavers, can resist the famous Palmolive Five Points: 1 Multiplies ...

Published: Wednesday 24 March 1937
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Advertisement | Words: 81 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SEA EAGLE OBSERVED IN SHETLAND

... SEA EAGLE OBSERVED IN SHETLAND A white-tailed or sea eagle, which is now extinct as a nesting species in the British Isles, has been twice observed in the island of Yell, Shetland. The bird is still found in Iceland, Norway and Sweden. ...

Published: Friday 26 March 1937
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 42 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

By E. L. Grant Watson

... cannot fly. Its wings are of considerable size, but tbeir quills are so soft that they are unable to bold the air. Among extinct species are the dodo and solitaire, both of these are of the pigeon tribe. The dodo. named from the Portuguese word doudo ...

Published: Wednesday 24 March 1937
Newspaper: Daily News (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 397 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

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... presentation of the play linger in the memory. 11 TASMANIAN TIGER EXTINCT One of the world's rarest animals, the Tasmanian thylacinus, Tasmanian tiger or wolf, is believed to have become extinct. It is now some years since the tiger Ras seen, and members of ...

Published: Tuesday 30 March 1937
Newspaper: Coventry Evening Telegraph
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: | Words: 324 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

OUR DECLINING POPULATION

... begin to fall by a quarter in each generation and would inevitably become extinct.” The question, therefore, arises. how long will it be before the nation actually becomes extinct, or so diminished in numbers as to make the few surviving members strange ...

Published: Friday 26 March 1937
Newspaper: Streatham News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 270 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

SYMBOL SAVES AN INDUSTRY

... little symboL But a little sign such es this--lees than two inches in diameter —has been to save a whole industry from extinction. ease in point is that of the Harris tweed industry. The farmers and ...