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CHILD FEARFULLY SCALDED. Wheo Hospital Treatment Failed Zim Buk Completely Healed. ..u. Tittle boy, Willie," says Mrs, P ■rfnrrißon of 93 W.lson Street, Redrew, Syd „ B y "w" 3 fearfully scalded through a kett'e of water falling on top of him. I ha 1 been bathing'the child near the fire and ad inst Roue out to empty the water when If eid ■&»»». I ™ s , hed in and found that he had pulled the kettle over and fearfully scaldnd his neck and back. '•The skin was dreadfully blistered and mfl»mad and the poor child's agony was JSfal to witness. At the Prince Alfred Hospital they lanced the blisters and dressed Lhe <oa ds with an oil. Willie was bad fully six months, and as I didn't feel satisfied the pro»re» he *aa making a> tie Hospital I fook him to a p.ivite docter. His oinment caused the sores to break out into white bh »After many other trcatm nts had been t-ied without success I happened to reoeivs a sample of Zam-Buk, This proved so soothi<r D to the child.s injuries that I got a all S 'z- not fiom the chemist and contnutd the ri lf wsinm The balm soon caused the wound toffilo* healthier and tno flesh, to W cover its normal condition. Now, thanks to perseverance with Zam Buk, all tbe place; Uvj betn thoroughly healed," _ Z-m Buk is always ready for immediate use " and it always keeps its remarkable soothing, antiseptic, and bea ing power. Zxm Buk is excellent for bal legs, sore feet, ulcers, piles,.ringworms, pjitoned wounds, iobv ra«h, inseot bites, heat swellings, cuts, bruise!;: sprains, etc. 1/6 and 3/6 of all stores and chemists.

DRS PRICHAKD, JONES AND MAITLAND Dental iSurgeons. BARLOW'S BUILDINGS, CORNER HEREFORD AND COLOMBO STREETS, CHRISTCHURCH. Telephone 1161. Box 236 «« A Pino Fores! In^ g t , 1 WM^®^ 1 * Many serious chest com- | along tbe delicate membrane fi K?g2&326i**"' tbatlmes Ihe air passages be- m tweenihe back of the mouth H l«!Sfta*S(^;'' / &udtbeluaK3.Thcmedicioal H lumes released from a Peps H B3JtP nl ' r tablet In the mouth allay the ■ | i „,, soreness and inflammaliorj B m fl *'* in tbeae nir passages anii Sfi B."KS wA prevent further trouble ■ mm-, Thus Peps (ire unequalled tor H B. IS 3/- coughs colds and bronchitis, g Sells the First Pair; ¥ALUE Keeps the Customer. This is the Truth about BEATALL Rid Gloves at 1/HaPalr Attracted by the low price, a lady writes for a pair of Beatall Gloves. "Just to see what they are like." This is all we want ; we know that | once she has tried them she will |be so struck with their value that she will continue to use them. This incident has been repeated linirs without number, and has brought us hundreds of regular customers, lieatall Gloves never fail to please. You4ry them. ] Heath & Co. Ltd. i Junes Mitchell, Managing Director, I " CHRISTCHURCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 3 February 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 3 February 1914