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FACE & LEGS BADLY INJURED.

♦ Found Zam-Bak Splendid for Guts and Bruises. Thr ugh happening a naety cycle accident Mr. A. McDonald, of 23 Water Street, Spring Hill, Brisbane, was thrown on the road and badly cut about the face and less. A fr'end sot him a pot of Zam-Buk and tho halm allayed the pain and soreness an<l hf»|pd the the injuries so perfectly as to astoni-h h'm. "Though being jhrownfrom my bioyalp, 1 ' wtite* Mr I'cDonnlrt, "I received sonic vpiv ntisty cuts about the face. The nmtele: r<f my ligg werd bruised and became vi-ry B'ifi. A friend advised me (o apply Zi-m-B ik / I carefully annointed tha cuts wilh this splenpid balm and rubbed it vel' in the ni' selos of tnv Jogs. Myself en 1 iiiends w-'ro surprised how quickly I Rot over the effects ot my rccidnnt. Zam-Bnk is re illy a wonderful healer ' Zam-Buk assured rap : d healing ly its three-fold action. It i 3 powerful antu-epci , . and keeps tha wound fre? from poiscnou> germs. It soothes pain, allays inflammation, end ezerte a remarkable healing power in basteng the repair of the damaged skin. Of all chemists and storekeepers at 1/6 or S/G (for family size.)

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FACE & LEGS BADLY INJURED., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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FACE & LEGS BADLY INJURED. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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