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Terrible Trouble Caused by a Knock Zam-Buk Makes Leg sound Again,

Mr W B Brown, of Durham Street, \uok iancl, N.Z., Writes;— m •Ai leg aßiiinst the wdge of a box I one day .iursfc a vi'.rieo--e vain A stcf>am of hioo I .'iisiied out. end it waa some time befo c 1 aonld stop the outfiow v n n afterwards the wound beoame a , giy iooki gand u ! c-"r->. und uluerous. and etaned >o o»usa a;-eat pain. "I laid up »md rastHii ib« limb, but h was io use, for the ba<i place koi wurse ari t Utr> tily irflacarru'd. Then the tieatru ntof a edical man was tried, bu r it f•<iled to bring my improvi'tnent. Th« milHmratit'uti spread, he ulsfr got deeper and bigger, and the leg vas swolleu enorruously • I had often heard of Zam Buk, ao at last ,i« r *~ >-„-;' T i <.)j, i,i:;ucd splendid u..j iwu uo t. used bairn. ZamBuk soothed »w;iy ihe pain, greatly reduced che swelling, and cam ed the leg to have o , uoh bfi'ter appearat>oe. Then further use: >i Zam Buk thoroughly cleansed the ulcer ed places, an<l to heal them, No> v Zam-Buk has maie tin Ipg (luite s->no<i, trong and supple agiiii, «i d I am fcajk »t work."-

Zim Buk is without equal f<ir eczema, ■ilceiß, bad legs, piles, und uhildreu's scalp j ore ; . t specially ring worm caught m Bohool Obtainable vl al! chemist »nd stores at 1/6 and 3/6 per pot.

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VARICOSE ULCERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 27 April 1915

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VARICOSE ULCERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 27 April 1915

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