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CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM BUK.

Mother Says There's Nothing like it

For Sores and Wounds

Zam Buk ia boon to mother.-. Whether a child has cut or burn itself or caught inffctious disaase like ringworm, or scalp pores—the best thing to do is to apply Zim. Buk. Children for Zam Buk when nny mishap bbfails them, because they know that the balm stops smarting pain and it does them pood.

Poisened Knee, Mrs A. Lombard, Macleggan St., Dα edin. N.Z. sa>s: — "My little boy, James, fell and cut his knr-e open James, ie was so bad that he cnuld scarcely move about. I applied Zam.Buk to the child's knee and it purified at d healed the wound in a very short time.

Scalp Sores.—Mrs M Warner, Webbera lid., Carhon, Sydney, says:—"One of our Children suffered from an attack of sea'p disease which defied all the usual methods of treatment. We tried Zun.Buk and it epeedly cleared away all trace of the outbreak

Burnt Hand-Mrs , L. Steve; s, of 3 Seacomb St., Fitzroy, Melbourne, Says : — "While ironing I accidentally put the little girl's arm. The flesh wa' seared from tbe elbow to the wrist, and tho skin all blistered, 23am.Buk cooled the burning pain and gavrher tho greatest ease from inflirnmation and swelling. We continued using Zam.Buk until the child's arm was thoroughly healed." 1/6 or y/G per pot oi all chemist ond etores.

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CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM BUK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914

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CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM BUK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914

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