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WORKERS' ACCIDENTS. Meeded to Prevent Blood Poison and Disease.

Every worker should always keep a. pot of Zam-Buk within easy reach. Cuts- and bruised are a daily occurrence and unless they are dressed with there is always the risk of bloodpoison supervening. Mrs E. Penfold, Green Street, Waterloo Street, Sydney, says:—"My son>, William, working amongst skins,, severely cut his thumb. All the usual chemists' preparations failed to check the poison ivom spreading, and the boy suffered crawl pain. Ho must have been crippled for quite nine months, and he would have had a bad hand yet i.£ we hadn't tried Zam-Buk. "The- wound was surrounded with proud flesh, and it was feared, that my son would lose the thumb off by the top joint. But Zam-Buk soon dispelled our fears. This powerful antiseptic balm quickly subdued all swelling and inflammation, and drove the poisonous matter out of the tissue. Under repeated applications of Zjwn-Buk the wound progressed splendidly, and when (ill soreness and impurity had been got rid of, William's hand: healed up perfectly. Now our boys will use no other remedy -but Zam-Buk for their injuries." .Zam-Buk is indispensible in the home, workshop, and on the farm, sheep run and cattle station. Zam-Buk soothes and heals skin diseases like magic, and cures completely eczema, ulcers, bad legs, ringworm, sore feet, and other skin diseases. Of all stores land chemists at Is 6d and 3s 6d per pot.

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WORKERS' ACCIDENTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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WORKERS' ACCIDENTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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