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Keep Zam-Buk Always Handy.

Tho mother who- keeps a pot of ZamBuk handy in.the house is provided with a perfect home ambulance for giving first aid, when the youngsters or any member of the family hurt themselves.

Mrs Daley, writing from 384 Quaystreet, Rockhampton, Q, says:— "My .little son, Douglas, fell upon a broken bottle and made a terrible gash on his knee. Really the wound should have been stitched, as it was open to such an extent that the bone was visible. However, thinking I could heal it up, I bathed it well with hot water and applied Zam-Bufl. I contimied this treatment for about a week, after which time the wound had thoroughly healed.

"The next injury to which Douglas wan a victim was siistained whilst playing with another little boy. His companion threw a tin, which hit him on the right temple and caused a nasty big cut. Remembering Zam-Buk, I again treated, the injury with it, and in a very short time the wound was completely better. "Another time I was busy choppiig some-wood'-.when, the axe flipped off the side of the.' block and hit Douglas on the leg, .-opening-jit.--up""with 'a.'great gash to the bone. I'was glad when: on exaniinatibnT found that I had: neither fractured the bone nor severed-an artery. I again applied Zam-Buk- to the wound, and bound, and bound up the leg tightly., I continued the Zain-Buk treatment, and within a fortnight the leg was perfectly healed. I have great faith in Zam-Buk for general use in the house."

One trial of. Zam-Buk always shows that it i 3 a remedy worth keeping handy. Zam-Buk pays for shelf room in the home, and is worth carrying in the pocket when at work. It is so compact, and always ready when wanted. There is nothing better than Zam-Buk for cuts, bruises, burns, scabs, sprains, rashes, pimples, eczema, ringworm, poisoned sores, ulcers, piles, insect bites, Craftings, etc. AIL druggists and storekeepers sell Zam-Buk at Is 6d or 3s (3d a pot. ... . ■

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THE HOME AMBULANCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9608, 13 May 1919

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THE HOME AMBULANCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9608, 13 May 1919

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