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Hot Weather and Torkuro

Banished by Zara-Duk,

Thn skin is very hardworked in hot weather. ExeeHsive perspiration nhokea up the pores or breathing holes and the impurities under the chin thus denied natural outlet, force their way through in the shape of nasty pirr.ples, inflamed jftshei, and-sores. For ■oothtng a, torturod ekin end clearing away unsightly eruption* there's nothing more effeotual than Zam Buk, and thin proved by ease of Mr G. Diokinen, of 53 Crown St, Bast Sydney. 'Whilst my husband was up Iα Queensland " slid Mrs Dickinson, "tbe bwt of the climate caused his ebin to breJ.

into a nasty date of eruption, The disease Boon got worse and began to take the form of an eczpma, which itchek intolerably. Though my bueband was continually doctoring him Holf, be did not get free of the disease until th .ice years later. "Then v hilsfc searching f r a cure fa■bnnced to read übout Zaro Buk, ond rosol od to try a pot. The balm Foothcd tching fkin hplendidly and did remaikablj ood from the first. Zim Buk's rapid action a3 üßto'ifbiiiK, for the other ml been practically without effect. He per sverfd with Zam Buk UDtil every trace of he skin disease was gone and ;he was thor oughly cured. My husband's hair fell out a lot, whilst he was suffering from the eczema, ■mt "'"oe bis cure it has all started to grow On'many occasions we hare wed Zm Buk without great success. It is a wonderful hea'ing ba!m," Ztrn Buk is always ready for immediate use, and it tlwaye keeps its remarkable •toothing, antiseptic, and hea'ing power, Z»m-Buk in excellent for bad legs, Bore feet, ilopib. piles, ringworms, poisoned wounds, chy rash, insect, bites, hent swellings, cute ■irui' Of. sprains, etc. 3/6 and 3/6 of all otores md I'lieraiets.

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A MASS OF ERUPTION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913

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A MASS OF ERUPTION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913

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