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SCALDED BY BOILING FAT

Mother and Daughter Find Zam Buk a splendid Healer. Mrs M. Seymoor, Qoi?erichßtreet, East Perth, W. A., says :— (|"Wbi]Bt cooking I upset a pun of ;hot fu and scalded my foot, fe "For weeks the foot presented a horrible appearance, and I krpt awake nighi after night suffering intense pain. The docter could give me no ease, nnd the inflammation spread un. till it got right up to the knee nnd disabled me. Whilst laid up in this -tula I saw ZamBuk advertised, end having before licit id of its great, h idling power I deed d to try a put Zim J uk aoled like migio in toothing the

pain. I progressed rapidly as I persevered with Zam.Buk, and In a couple of weeks tbe foot and leg were tnado thoroughly sound again,

Z ni Buk is unrivalled for eczema, prickly beat, sore feet, blisters, bad legs, piles, poisoned wounds, mosquito biles, cuts, wounds, and injuries. Possessing remarkable healing and di3easc--)ispeling power?, Zam-Buk bears no resemblance to old-fashioned fatty oinr ments.

Zum Buk is exoelleht for shin injuries and diseases, 1/6 or 3/6 per dot

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SCALDED BY BOILING FAT, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3404, 9 March 1915

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SCALDED BY BOILING FAT Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3404, 9 March 1915

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