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PERSONAL.

Mr E. E. Static, Mrs Slaik ank Miss Stark motored from Cbristchureh and spent the week end at the Hotel Metropole, Akaroa.

Canon Hamilton and Miss Dulcie Hamilton are spending a fortnight in Akaroa and are staying at Mrs Walker's Balgueri Street,

Mr Frank Taylor motored over to Akaroa 'or the week end.

MrR B MoDougall, of Messrs Aulsebrook jj and Co is staying in Akaroa.

Two daughters of Mr A Sunokell. !ata of Otftkamatua and now residing in. BigbUeld, Waiau, are spending a short time in Akaroa

Mra J H Dawber, late of Lβ Bon's and now of Harewood, Papanui, Christoburoh ia staying with friends in Akaroa.

B LOOD POISONING FROM

INSECT BITE

Skin Specialist's ana Nurse's Treatment Failed.

Zam Buk Cures After Five Years' Misery, -

"Five years ago, when on a trip to Queensland, I was bitten on the ankle by an insect, says Mrs Millie Watson, of 26 Campbell Street, Glebe, Sydney. "This was only a trivial affair, but dye from my stooking got into it. and it developed to a case of bloodpoisoning. The sore started to fester and spread until it turned into a naety ulcerous wonnd, causing me terrible pain. I would twist and turn about at night on the account of the agony, and coutd get no sleep. I con. suited an eminent skin specialist, who treated me with medicine and ointmente for two years, but it was money wasted, for he did me no good. A nurse me a recipe for a treatment, which I Wed for twelve months; this was also uselesß. I then ex , perimented with a great number of ordinary remedies but instead of getting' better the id jury seemed td , get worse w

"At last my pister persuaded me to give a trial to Zam Buk, and I am thankful for her advise, for I purchased a supply and regularly dressed the wound with it. Zam-Buk quiokly drew out all the' inflammation an bad matter and reduced , the size of the ulcer Aβ I continued to bathe the wound night and morning and apply Zam-Buk the ulcer gradually gradually grew less, and finally disappeared, the irritation censed, and new healthy grew over the aft'eoted part, nn tiil finally the wound was completely healed and left no trace where it had been."

Zam-Buk should be kept bandy in ervey home, workshop, farmstead, -and' cattle station. For'skin s'ore3, heat' swellings and rabhes, ulceration, sore feet, piles, flesh wounds, and other in juries Zanvßuk is unsurpassed. Zam.Buk always-baals quickly, painlessly, and perfectly, and wards off blood poison, festering and similar perils 1/6 or 3/6 per pot, of all chemists and storekeepers

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PERSONAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916

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PERSONAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916

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