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I ' >" the besJ ,;\ \ regulated fa- \ mi'ies, and ' rsiT~Z~*£L \ because Zam» • ; ' ■■temTji? , \Biik is so •V / wonderfully -■ "--v- : Hfv // healing, soo-i€-%l#sfi antiseptic Jssr when you rub J i« in for cuts, tiruises, burns, scalds, stiffness, chafMigrs or sprains, it should be kept handy in every home. Zam-Buk is a refined, pure'y-vcfreiable heater, and unlike coarse ointments and salves, is as efficacious for the delicate babe as it is for the horny-ha-!ded worker. Rub it in to heal the skin ?nd to rub ail pass and inflamation 'out. . " i hue proved tbe wortli of your Zam-Buk, eaya Mr. Darid Slnlx:h, a> TlotcheC Street. Slarrickville, BTdMT. Borne time ft£o, I wounded my band, and the cold and wet festered it ba<llj ur.d caused me « treat deal o( p-geny. I tried S'ivoral hounehold reniodiefi ond applied diiTercnt lotions, but. instead of improving, my band t'rew worse and caused mo v> • pond mnuj a ileeploaa night. A friuml ecomincnd«d Zam.Bak, and I purclmwil ft pot, The first application "oothed the >vound conndorobly, and lha» sight I had a pood sleep—tlio first for many night*. Bγ the time 1 Imd finislied the pot my hand wU completely healed. I shall uetor he without each t 1/6 pn- 6<w, cr 3/e/omi(i( «v« [atarly * tlaa l)u fMntilj) of all rhtniita mt tirel /r*n Ztm-Mk o*, »4U Mnrf. SuAm*. I THE softness, clearness and I * ext «Pe of your skin largely I depends on the nature or the ! 1 f oa Pyouuse. Injurious soaps ; I L a Pgel y fa vor skin affeotlons. I Zam-Buk Medicinal Soap will § alw& ys keep the skin soft I peflne d and in perfect health' and protects It f POm disease.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3453, 17 November 1914