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Zam-Buk Perfectly Cures

Surelj no stronger proof of Zam Buk s power to and the most distressing cases of i ilea need be quoted than the story of Mrs H, Neaves, the well known nurse of 12, Poplar Street Surry Hills, Sydney. "For some time," saya Mrs Neaves, "1 was a martyr to blind and bleeding piles whioh cause awful agony. The inflammalion and general coDJestion made my life a misery. Although I experimented witb many so called remedies not one of 'them gave me any ease. Then I commenced with Zam-Buk which quickly exerted its soothing influence, subduing all inflammation and irrigation and casing tbe smarting burning pain. By persisting with Zam Buk 1 was. entirely freed from the teirible piles. " On another occasion boils broke out on my body. Zam.Buk bought the inflamed lumps to a head, drawing oat all bad matter, finally healing tbe 6ores in a perfect manner, "I strongly recommend Zam.Buk as an ideal bousehold balm for cuts, burns, sore?, and injuries. Zam Buk exerts its healing powers in a wonderful way, and prevents serious complications such ,as blood'poisoning and festering-" Zam Buk is always ready for immediate use, and it always keep 3 its remarkable soothing, antiseptic, and heaHng powers Zam-Buk iB excellent for bad legs, sore feet, ulcers, piles, ringworms, poisoned wounds, ichy rash, insect bites, heat swellings, cuts, bruises, sprain 3, eto. 1/6 and 3/6 of all atores and chemists

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A NURSE'S AGONISING PILES, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914

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A NURSE'S AGONISING PILES Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914

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