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>Remarkab!e _am Buk Healing Made ' Skin auite clear and Healthy.

Parents cannot have a much greater trial than tbat of witnessing tbe agony and die' iiauremeni of children who are in the grip of some torturing shin disease. Zsm-Buk bas cured hundreds of oases similar to the and brought forth striking ex. cessions of gratitude from parents. Mrs Annie Hayes, 495 Boundary Street, Spring Hill, Brisbane, says :—"My little girl, now aged 12 broke out in itoby sores all over hei Brats and legs, and aleo on the faots and upper parts of the body. The ohi'd suffered dreadfully with the constant pain and irritation, and I couldn't keep her hands away from scratching at the bad places. As a result, the sores became more inflamed and increased in size until some were quit? as large as two-shilling pieces. In my indeavours to ease the ohild's suffering I tried "itlmoßt everything that I new of, but the usual ointments and salves seemed quite powerless to bring relief. :<Then I beard about Zam Buk and got a pot The first few dressings of the balm Boothed ibe ohild skin wonderfully, and repeated ■applications thoroughly oleansed the sores "fend caused the healing to start. I only used Jr_a»Ji*Buk for little more than a week, bat in "that short time every one of the Bores were cleared away. Now tbe child's fleßh is firm land her shin quite clear and healthy again. Wo are never w thoat a pot of Zam-Buk in iblfehoaßO now " Zam-Bnk should be kept bandy in ervey borne, workshop, farmstead, and cattle station. For skin sores, heat swellings and roihea, ola«rstion. sore feet, piles. fleßh Won»dß, and other iDjarieß Zam-Buk Ib onsurpassed. SBam.Bnk always heals quickly, Sinlessly, and perfeotly. and wardß off >od poison, festering and similar perils. 1/6 or 3/6 per pot, ot all chemistß and storeketpere

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LITTLE GIRL ALMOST COVERED WITH SORES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3516, 25 January 1916

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LITTLE GIRL ALMOST COVERED WITH SORES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3516, 25 January 1916

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