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WINTRY SORES AND CHAPPED HANDS.

ZAMBUK 18 SOOTHING AND HBALING. speedily reetore the hand*, neob i.L ', A^

pain, fortify the raw flesh against the attacks of disease germs, and rnpidly heal the pain ful and dangerous cracks in the skin. Simply ameur a little Zara Buk, either di reot on the core part 3or by ppreadint; firnt on a piece of lint or washed linan. find wrap ping up carefully. Letting the Zam Bnk soak all night into the tUsuea allays all ptin and assures the growth ot a new healthy shin,

For skins that prove troublesome in winter and, in fact, at any time, Zam Buk Medicinal Soap should be u=ed in preferonoe to ordinary toilet eoaps which do not possess any real medicinal virtue.

Zam Buk is excellent for eczema, uloers, piles, poisoned and festering sores, btd legs, ringworm, soalp disease; "ohaps" Bore arms, chilblains, burns 'and scalds, cuts, wounds rheumatism, and cold weather aorea. Abao* lute purity and soientifio composition are tea lures that dominate Zam Buk. which Iβ completely free from lard or rancid animal fat's found in ordinary ointments, Z»m Buk is obtainable of all ohemieta and stores at Iβ bd or 3s 6d.

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WINTRY SORES AND CHAPPED HANDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3469, 29 June 1915

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WINTRY SORES AND CHAPPED HANDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3469, 29 June 1915

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