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Newport Beach During Flight by Ruth Law

not prevent the Mount Hope and Squantum from taking large numbers on their morning sailings. 
The battleships at Newport and the whales off Block Island have been on exhibition during the week. The battleships will be in port to-day and will prove a big factor in the day's travel, as their departure early this week is expected. The whales, however, are reported to have no pressing engagement elsewhere, and the steamboat officials predict that the big fish will continue their summer manoeuvres in Block Island sound

flights, having flown more than 5 times at Newport without an accident or mishap of any kind; a remarkable record considering that she has had not only the unusual difficulties of flying to contend with, but has had to combat the strong air currents from the ocean as well. Many residents and visitors of Newport have taken advantage of Miss Law's offer to take up passengers.
Miss Law attributes her success in flying in great measure to her machine, a Wright biplane very much lighter than the usual type of car and constructed
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