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Two Years' Agony From a Simple Knock.

Zam Buk to tbe Rescue,

Mrs Lonina WyHie, of 159 Botany Street, Waterloo. Sydney, writes :— "For two years my husband endured great misery from bload poison In bis leg. It was caused by a knook whoh broke the abrasion Ulcers broke out and spread over the limb. When they showed a tendency to heal, the least knook would cause them to break out more violently than ever. He despaired of ever getting well, whilst the pain was so' in. tense that he could only get about with difficulty. Many remedies were adopted, but none seemed to Buit him or give him permanent benefit. "At length he read »bout Zam-Buk a<* a remarkable cure for bood-poison, and therefore obtained a supply of the balm. After bathing the leg with hot water he app ied Zanvßuk and obtained the greatest ease he had experienced for some time. Eaoh appli. of Zam-Buk improved the limb, whioh was soon making splendid progress to recovery. Incredible as it may seem, Zam-Buk completely healed his leg, and we now use this reliable healing balm for any injury, great or small, that occurs in our home." Zam-Buk should be kept handy in every home, workshop, farmstead, and cattjh station. For skin sores, heat swellings and rashes, ulceration, sore feet, piles, flesh wounds, and other injuries Zam-Buk is unsurpassed. Zam.Buk always heals quickly painlosßly, and perfectly, and wards of blood poison, festering and similar perils 1/6 or 8/6 per pot, of all ohemißts and storekeepers

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SHOCKING LEG ULCERS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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SHOCKING LEG ULCERS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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