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Wonderful Healing by Zam-Buk.

Mrs Claude Johnson.Windsor. of 104 Raglan Street, Waterloo, Sydney, writes: — "Seven years ago my husband met with a very serious aeoident. He was working on a bridge at Penrith, 32 feet above ground. In some unaccountable way be fell and landed on his head and face, whioh were terribly in. jured, Bis nose was smashed and he had gashes all over his face. He was taken to «he Hospital, _ where the splintered bones were placed in positition and his injuries dressed. After his return home hie face was still very bad. We dressed hie wounds with I Zam-Buk, and so soothing jwas its mild j aotion that his wounds began to look much healthier. As my husband preserved with Zam-Buk daily, an improvement took place until after a months treatment, his face was quite healed, not a soar remaining. "On another occasion his hands broke out into festering soores, caused by his blood being in a poor ooodition. These places spread untill his bands were covered with a thick crust. Once again be used his favourite remedy, Zam-Buk, and the reult waa all that could be desired Zarxußuk took out the poisoness matter, purified the wounds, and healed them|thoroughty. "I have also used Zam-Buk for severe sunburn and for eallowness ot the skin. It was most effective in these instances for restoring tbe skin to natural condition, and making it healthy and supple We are eon'inually recommending Zam-Buk ia whioh we have the utmost faith.'*

Zam-Buk should be kept handy in ervey home, workshop, farmstead, and oattle station. For ekin sores, heat swellings and rashes, ulceration, sore feet, piles, flesh wounds, and other injuries 2am Buk is unsurpassed. Zam.Buk always heals quickly, painlessly, and perfectly, and wards off blood poison, festering and similar perils 1/6 or 3/6 per pot, of all ohemists and storekeepers

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NO SOAR FROM TERRIBLE WOUND., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3505, 16 November 1915

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NO SOAR FROM TERRIBLE WOUND. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3505, 16 November 1915

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