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OUR SOLDIERS WANT MORE ZAM-BUK.

Retriai katue Letters from tbe

Trencher

Letters reo«-ived from tbe firing line in France and Belgium provo how indispensable Zam-Buk h to our gallant soldiers, noi only f>r mending the outs and bruises mci dental to hari nf. in tlin trenches, but also for healing theirtsore feet after long marches and preventing frostbite and rheumatism. Lance Corporal J. P. Deliney, a Distin guished Conduct Medallist, of the 2nd Royai Irish Regt., in a letter elated November 24th, says: -"A pot of Zam Buk out here ia like a loaf of bread to a starving mau. On the re treat from Mons we had a forc»d march of 37 miles, and not a man who used Zam.Buk on his feet fell out. I can safely recommed Zam Buk to everyone as being the beßt healer on the market

Private E We3tfield, No. 9896, "C" Company, 3rd Worcesters, which regiment Sir

John French singled out tnt special praise, wr.tea from the trencha-t on Dacambsr 7»h: — I wish had l more Zam-Buk sent out from -it would »c inuih better if more Zam.Buk was s*nt iastead of so much We find Zam-Buk tbe best remedy for sore hands after trench-digging, and fore.bite orack-i, and cold sores." Another Distinguished Conduot Medallist Private A Mutlow, 2nd South Staff, writing from "Somewhere in France" on Daoember 55U, says: —"In my opinion every soldier should have a pot of Zitn-Buk in his kit when 'trek'mji', as Ziai-Buk ia the most val' uable addition to his marching powers. I am a constant user of Zam Buk for chaped lefts (from whioh I suffer on long marohes). I brought a supply out here from Aldershot, and it is in great demand amongst my oom. rade3 Zam-Buk is also very .If.ctive for galled feet and blistered heals." Sergeant A J. Earl, D.C.M "C" Squadron 15ih (King's) Hussars, writing on November lUh, says :— is so compact and keep: so well u-jder too trying conditions of warcfare that it is undoubtedly the best 'first-aid a soldier oan with him. I urought four pots of Zam Buk with me when I If ft England, and they were soon used up by myself and comrades, together with more boxes which they brougt with." The above letters, which have all come through and been passed by the Censor, clearly show tnat our Soldiers urgently want more Zam-Buk. livery one of our readers, therefore, cannot do their soldier and sailor f i"nds a better service than by sending them

. 1/6 or 3/6 (contains nearly four time tbo quantity) pot of Zam-Buk.

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OUR SOLDIERS WANT MORE ZAM-BUK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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OUR SOLDIERS WANT MORE ZAM-BUK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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