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CHILDREN'S CUTS AND FALLS

EVERY HOME NEEDS ZAM-BUK, THE SOOTHING EVER EEADY HEALEE

Playtime is fraught with peril to the child' ren. So the wise mother keeps a pot of ZamBuk alvayi handy to dress the little one's cuts, bruises, knocks, etc. F.am.Buk is fo wholesome and pure that it safely and quickly heals the tenderest place, and removes all danger of festering and bloodpoison. A oase in point: — Mrs E. Eobinson, of 83, Albion Street, Annandale, Sjdney, eajs:—" My little girl. Florrie. fell and grazed the skin off her knee, which developed into a serious injury. The wound festered and beoamo inflamed, and was to extremely painful that she could not bear to have it touched. Her knee was bad for three mouths. During that time she was treated by a doctor, but no matter what he prescribed the wound did not htal, and the mci to cry every time it had to be dress d. '•Afer reading about Zsm-Buk we obtained a supply and applied Ecme to the injury. 'J'his soothed and eased the pain very quickly. After a few applications all irritation and inflammation were drawn out, and the wound brgan to heal, Finally, Ziin Buk completely cured her knee, and grew nice healthy skin over the orsce irjarcd.plrtCe. Now we are never withcut a pot of Zamrßuk in our home."

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CHILDREN'S CUTS AND FALLS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 7 November 1913

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CHILDREN'S CUTS AND FALLS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 7 November 1913

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