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Zam Buk's Healing Saves Hand from


Mr, Sweet, who lives at 225, Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania, says:—"While working in the store I scratched my hand with a rusty naili In a short time the injury festered and became inflammed and my hand swelled up te fiuite three times its ordinary size. When inflammation began to spread up the arm I became seriously alarmed and went to a doctor. The usual lotions, otntments, and other applications all failed to eaae the dreadful pain. The doc or opened my hand in two places to get away the accumulation of matter and reduce the swelling. But this made matters worse' and the doctor said the only hope was to take off my hand*.

"Things were in a very bad state when a friend to|d me of a bad case of blood-poison, ing which Zam Buk had cured. I decided to try the balm, and the first few applications eased the throbbing pain, and caused the swelling, and inflammation to begin to sub* side. As the use of Zam-Buk was continued the had matter wbb drawn away, the wound cleansed of all putridity, and a splendid dealing process setup Thie porsevemnce with '£xm Buk resulted in the wound being completely healed with strong new skin," _Mr Sweet's wonderful oure should convince all sufferers from obstinate sores that there is nothing to t-qual Zam Buk. Zam'Buk is excellent for chapped hande; chilblains, eczema, ulcers, bad legs piles, and children's scalp'sores, especially ringworm, blotchy skins, runuing sores, cuts, burns, poisoned wounds, festering sores, baby's fores, eealy patches, etc. There is only one Z*m-Buk and that is sold at 1/6 or 3/6 per pot by chemists and stores.

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POISONED BY A SCRATCH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3457, 7 May 1915

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POISONED BY A SCRATCH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3457, 7 May 1915

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