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THE YOUNGEST GIRL AVIATOR.

Miss Isla Tudor, the youngest airchild, who last August ascended 6000 ft with Mr Harold Blackburn , at Bridlington, recently gave a clever demonstration with an aeroplane at Olygipia (says a Home paper). Little Isla, who is an American, and only 10, has crossed the Atlantic 26 times. She has bc6n round the world twice, and visited Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. She was' saved from the disastrous fire at Coney Island throe years agoj when Dreamland was burned +o ashes. She has also been in a cage among 26 lions, and in babyhood had young wild animals for playmates, where other children are content with puppies and kittens. Her father, Mr THany E. Tudor, is an aviation director. As soon as she is old enough, fola intends to be an air-pilot.

"It is splendid for children," writes a Wellington mother. "I would not be without Baxter's Lung Preserver for anything. At the first sign of a cough or cold I give my children a good dose of Lung Preserver—the result is I never have a bad cold in the house. My friends use it too- and find it just as satisfactory." You can get the same results as this lady by buying a Is lOd bottle of Baxter's Lung Preserver which will last a whole season.

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THE YOUNGEST GIRL AVIATOR., Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LXVI, Issue 11994, 3 June 1914

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THE YOUNGEST GIRL AVIATOR. Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LXVI, Issue 11994, 3 June 1914

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