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KITCHEN MISHAPS.

The Daily Need for Zam-Buk.

Housework abounds with dangers, end prudent is the housewife who takes care to keep ber home supplied with soothiDg a nd healing Zam~Bak. Scarcely a d»y passes but what /am.Buk is needed for srme meal, ber of the tan ily.

Mrs W. Everett, 26 Parkes Street, Eozalle Sjdney, says:—"AbotU three months ego, witilst preparing a meal 1 knocked a pot of all over my leg and burnt the limb in several places. The lotion and powder I got from the chemist seemed two strong, for tne sore increased in size and as the flesh beoame more eaten away, tbo agonising pain in creased.

"Whilst the limb was in this dreadful state my sister oame an advised me try Zam.Buk. So just by way of a trial I decided to get - a po'« cf the balm

■'Regular dressings of Zam Bnk subdued the pain and inflammation, and as the treatment was persevered with it thoroughly purified the sore and caused it to start healing from inside. Every day that 1 used ZamBuk I made further progress, and soon the leg was theroughly healed and made quite strong and healthy again.'• Zamßuk ie so reliable, quiok and 'ffioient in its healings that it is indispensable in every home, workshop, farm, or cattle station. For the first-aid treatment of wounds, cuts burns or scalds, and for hot weather eczema itob rash, sore feet, ringworm, poisoned wounds, and bites eto Of all ohemists and siores 1/6 and 3/6 per pot.

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KITCHEN MISHAPS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915

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KITCHEN MISHAPS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915

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