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  6. Amy Johnson Becomes Most Famous Woman in the World

    THERE is a classic story told of an ancient Caliph of Bagdad who stripped himself of his finery, and clad in sober garb, went amongst his people giving of his wealth to those whom he found deservingly in need of help. It is looked upon as a fairy tale, born of that ever-present desire among the poor that some rich being might suddenly appear to relieve them of the burden of their hopeless poverty. When hope of reasonable aid has gone, human beings always hope for a miracle. A fine ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    McNess’s Central Arcade, showing the office of to-day on the site of the old tin-smithy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Army Johnson reached Darwin at 3.57 p.m. Leaving Atamboea at daylight this morning, Miss Amy Johnson encountered head wins. She was sighted by the oil tanker “Phorus,” belonging to the Shell ...

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  9. Going East

    The following passengers are travelling to the Eastern States by the Great Western express on Saturday, May 24, 1930: ...

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    ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN YOUNG MEN AROUND PERTH WAS Captain “Pat” Saunders, who had a distinguished war record as a pilot, and saw Service in France, India and Russia. On Thursday in New Zealand, whilst taking up a plane with a pal of his, he crashed. ...

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    From this bevy of Westralian girlhood were picked six to “Glorify the Westralian Girl” at the Ambassadors Theatre. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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