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—«— Zam-Buk's Wonderful Healing. Heavy duties at borne and at businsee that tire feet and legs frequently cause varicose trouble or other serious bieakdown of the skin tisßueg and lead to painful ulcers ar.d sores. Buoh a oase was Mra R. Shimmins, of 25 Flemington Road, North Melbourne, but Zam Buk effected a compete cure. "Three or four years ago." Eays Mrs Shimroins, " a varicoße vein burat in my left lep, and nasty ulceration developed. The pain was excruciating, while in the hot weather the hot weaiher the intense irritation and itch ng became almost unbearable. Although I tr ed many renudies, the ulcer proved most obstinate and to heal. At last I was persuaded to U3e Zam Buk, whioh exerted its soothing influence in a marvellous manner The burning pair and ii,flinimition «-was en ted, and the limb was eased and cooled splendidly, The result of the firet few ap. plioations of Zam Buk were bo gratifying that I determined to p-rsevere until the ulceration was completely healed, Now, thanks to Zam Buk. I feel no inoonvenience whatever. My leg has been completely healed and restored to excellent condition, Zam Buk is indeed a wonderful balm, Zini Buk is unrivalled for eczema! prickly heat, sore feet, blisters, bad legs, piles, poisoned wounds, mosquito bites, cuts, wound 3, and injuries. Possessing remarkable healing and disease-dispeling powers, Zam-Buk bears no reeemblanoe to old-fashioned fatty ointments and salves with their crude and often ha'inful drugs. Of all chemists and stores at I/O or 55/0 per pot.

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HEAT MADE HER LEG WORSE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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HEAT MADE HER LEG WORSE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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