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A WORKER'S TERRIBLE INJURIES.

Splendid Healing b. Zam Buk, ' My husband while employed in the mines at Boulder City, W.A., was severely injured by a fall of rock," cays Mrs T. Gallacher, of 4 Qrf y Street, Adelaide. " Just below the k it-e w«s a very Uily wound. 'Ihe surround. i.ifr flesh was discoloured and very much i -iflnmed. The wound penetrated to the bnne, and caused frightful pain, while the inflamed condition became worse. It was bo bad that ha wai unable to set his foot to the gro nd, and Ivd to lay up. A doctor was called in, but his treatment gave very little bsnerlt, as the inflammation increased,

"As I had previously used Zam-Buk with much suco sb while in Scotland, I persuaded him to apply some to his leg. Zam°Buk was very cooling and soothing, and soon drew off all congealed blood and bad matter. In a short time the wound began to heal up from the bottom, and now he was free from all piin and able to 'get about a bit. He persevered with Zam Buk until the injury was completely healed in a really wondVrf I manner. Sinco that time we bave always kept a srpply of Zam-Buk by us for gency. It is a grand household healer."

Zam Buk, besides being the recognised ramedy for eczema, bad legs, poisoned wounds, scalp sores and ulcers, ia a perfect healer for cuis, bruises, burns, soalds and other injuries. You cannot afl'ord to be without Zam Buk, Of all chemists and storekeepers, 1/6 and 3/6.

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A WORKER'S TERRIBLE INJURIES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913

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A WORKER'S TERRIBLE INJURIES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913

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