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HOUSEWIFE'S FESTERED HAND.

Doctor Said Amputation Was Necessary—Zam Buk Nakes a

Remarkable Care

Zam Buk is the homo "Ambulance," and should always be kept handy for the "firstaid" treatment of thoee simple injuries to which every housewife is liable. Zam-Bak may save yon any amount of pain and „?. 'Worry. , ~ fifrs E Jeffrey, Brisbane Street, Brown Hilt, W.A., Buys:—Whilst weening out outtains dye got through the broken skin of my . hand end caused fearful fostering and in flammation. Night after nigbt I was kept awake in fearful agony through the intoler able.pains whioh used to shoot from the tip of my finger right up the arm. A well known dootor in Boulder said the k limb could not be healed by ordinary methods, and operations was necessary. Neighbours, too, who caw the band were oonvinced that I would lose it eventually. | ( 'But I determined to avoid tbis operation if at all poseible, and baying heard bo muoh about 2am Buk I decided to try the balm. A few regular dressings of Zamßuk soon convinced me of its remarkable healing and disease.dispelling power, for there was such ,a striking improvement that I lost all fear of pt the surpeon'a knife. "gumj'Buk Proved wonderfully mild and soothing, and it speedly subdued the infiam; zzmtion and soreness, and drew away the mass of bad matter whioh had formed in the band. I persevered with JJanrßuk for another fortnight, and within that time the hand was healed and wonderfully cured." , Zam-Bak should be kept handy in ervey faoma, workshop, farmstead, and cattle etation. For ekio Bores, beat swelling nnd 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 oheraisis and . storekeepers

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HOUSEWIFE'S FESTERED HAND., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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HOUSEWIFE'S FESTERED HAND. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3520, 8 February 1916

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