AUSTRALIA: Royal Chore Well Done

Australia was "discovered" a score of times before the landing of Captain James Cook in 1770, but the discoverers always sailed quickly away from what they thought to be a barren, blasted land populated by brutes. This autumn Australia has played lavish host to George V's third son, Henry, Duke of Gloucester, who sailed home last week after his most exhausting royal chore since Abyssinia (TIME, Nov. io; 1930). From one end of the Commonwealth to the other, H. R. H. has helped celebrate the 100th anniversary...

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