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LACERATED BY BROKEN GLASS.

Ugly, Throbbing Wounds Perfectly Healed by Zam Buk. »

"Through the bursting of an aerated water bottle," writes Mr. A. K. Palmer, of Murray Sipet, Perth, "my hand was lacerated with broken glass in a shocking manner. I was at work filling, when tbe gas exploded the bottle which I was holding in my hand, and smashad it to piecera. One Jagßpd piece of yias-i, keen as a razor, was forced deep into the polm, whilst round about the ball of tbe thumb was fearfully gashed. ..,:

• "Forturfately, the main'""arteries were missed, but as r it vas, I was overcome by faintlisa through loss of hood I thought tbe hand ought to have stitches put in it but there was no surgeon to he had. at that time so I got the best healer that I knew— Zam.Buk.

"First I had the jagged fllesh thoroughly cleansed and after drawing the edges of tbe wounds caiefully together I gave them a liberal dressiog of Zam-Buk, This splendid balm quickly soothed arid ended the dreadful throbbing pain and every time that I loosened the bandages I made further application of Zam Buk. Though my woundß were bo deep and of such a severe nature the dealing male rapid progress and oontin ed per.-ißveranoe wiih Zam Buk Boon made my hand thoroughly Bound and well.

Thee is nothing like Zam.Buk for simple iDJuri' s, po'soned wounds, piles, or obßtinate skin disease like eczema, ulcerß, ringworm, festering sores, barcoo rot, etc. Zam-Buk stops pain and itching, draws poison and inflammation from the tissues and aids nature fo grow new healthy shini ■• Of all chem i ts and Htor. Ice- pers 1/6 and 3/6 per bot,

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LACERATED BY BROKEN GLASS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914

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LACERATED BY BROKEN GLASS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914

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