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AVIATION.

TFiA^S-ATLANTIC FXIGHT.

ST. JOHN'S (NEWFOUNDLAND,

April 2

Harry Hawker, the British airman, who, with Grieve, proposes to fly the Atlantic, but has been delayed in starting owing to icefloes off the Newfoundland coast, made the following statement to-day:— "If forced to descend, 1 don't doubj; that we shall be rescued. If not, someone will find the records of our observations, which should greatly aid others' trying to make the passage."

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AVIATION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919

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AVIATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919

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