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HUSBAND AND WIFE BURNT.

Zam Buk, the Perfect Healer.

Mrs H. Smith, of 8 Regent Street, Adelaide, writes:—-"One day in a hurry to boil water for tea I upset the spirit in which I was filling up tbe small stove, The larger stove underneath was heated at the same time, and the liquid bursts into flames as it dropped into it. I was so unnerved that I dropped tne _ ttle and the contents flew up in one sheet of flame, burning off a lot of my hair.

"But this was insignificant as compared with the terrible injuries which my husband sustained. He had taken his boots oS to to rest his tired feet. He was sitting reading close by, and the burning spirit poared over his feet with fe&vful consequences. The agony he Buffered must have been terrible, for gteat waterery blisters formed, and bis feet »ere a masß of fiery inflammation. When we got Zam-Buk and liberally applied it to the burnt places it reduced the pain and inflammation splendidly.

"As we continued with the Zam-Buk treatment there was a further improvement every day, when tbe wound bad been freed of nil rawness and inflammation, new skin began to form. Thanks to this perseverance with Zam-Buk, both feet healed up peifeotly with, out leaving scars of any kind "

"We have ofyen used Zam-Buk, and it has always proved wonderfully successful."

Zam-Buk should be kept handy in ervey home, workshop, farmstead, and cattle station. For ekin sores, heat swellings tind rashes, ulceration, sore feet, pile*., flesh wounds, and other injuries ___am Buk is un surpassed. Zam.Buk always heals quickly, puinle sly, and perfectly, and wards off blood poison, festering and similar perils 1/6 or 3/(J per pot, of all chemists and storekeepers ■ ■

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HUSBAND AND WIFE BURNT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3502, 7 December 1915

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HUSBAND AND WIFE BURNT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3502, 7 December 1915

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