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D ♦ Zam-Buk Soothes tb6 Intence Itching and Causes Painful Growths to r Die Away. Zam-Buk, with its unexcelled soothing, healing, and antiseptic powers, has proved of wonderful efficacy in tne treatment of piles, and the thousands of men and women martyrs to that ogoniaing complaint will obtain lasting relief by using this retuarknb ft balm. Although Zanrßuk has triumphed over huncU reds of cases of both blind and bleeding piles, no sufferer has greater reason to feel more grateful to this healer than Mrs. A. M" Swan, of 5 Gordon Street, JbSulH, N.S.W. "Pilesjfcortured me such an extent," said Mrs Swan, "that it was impossibe for me to sit down, and at times I could hardly roaoage to lie down, The itching agony and pain irritated me so much that I always had to be on the move. "After reading of a cure of a case similar to my own 1 decided to try this balm. I did so, and was deligeted with the early result. Two or three days affer the first application I war able to sit down in oomfort, for all pain had gone, and the inflammation was decreasing,, By persevering with Zam-Buk ihe piles were permanent banished, and I was recued from tno grip of an tjwful compiaint." The every.ready charscter of Zirn-Buk, combined with it 3 exceptional healing propties makes it indispensable in every home, workt shop, faim and cattle statoin. When' apliecl to any sore or out it promptly eases pain, prevents festeriog, nnd blood poison, and heals the injury in a perfect manner, Zam ß uk is ixceilent for tczjma, scalp sores, bad legs, Bore heads, festering sores, poisoned wounds, ulcers, piles, cuts, burns; scalds, scratches, an i a>l wounds generally. Sold by ali themitt and stores at I/ft and 3/6 per pot.

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THE DREADFUL AGONY OF PILES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4422, 18 August 1914

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THE DREADFUL AGONY OF PILES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4422, 18 August 1914

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