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Zam Buk a Sound and Reliable

No matter what is your trade or ocoui "ation. you need Zam Buk, because you ulways in danger of accident or the sppcial nature of your work renders you liable to skin trouble of one sort or another. You can't make a mistake if you keep Zam Buk bandy airfi'N. Beat), of Darby Street, Conk's Hill, N S W., writes: —"In coneeqnance of con , ria- tly handling oe'i ent, my son, George, o>ho is employed in concrete work, suffered a great deal from sore hands. • The sk ; n beonme dry and bard, and would then breik into hard erncke nnd fispurep. These were most painful, and greatly hindered his work. FMvever he found a wonderful remedy in Z* re Buk, wbJoh softened the ski , healed thp cutß, and drew all tho infletrjmntion out of the sores. With continued applications if Z-im-Buk, hands became thoroughly h/aled fmd perfectly sound nnd healty,

Z'lnvßuk "as al?o instrumental in curing afr end He knocked one of his legs, ami the dye firm his sack got into the place, setting up blood , poisoning \ For several weeks beforp I hei-rd about it, his lej> was in an nw'ul state; but I at once adviser! him to wash the wound thoroughly and apply Zona Buk. H« did so, with the result that ZarnEu , ? quickly drew out all the inflammation and reduced the swelling. In a short time I-β had the sntisf action of seeing his leg perfectly healed by Zam-Buk, Zam-Buk should be kept handy in every home, workshop, farmstead, and catch station. For Bkin sores, heat swelling 3 and raphes, ulceration, sore feet, piles, flesh wounds, and other injuries Zanrßuk is nn surpassed. Zam.Buk always heals quickly painlessly, and perfectly, and wards of hlood poison, festering and similar perils 1/6 or 3/6 per pot, of all chemists and storeke pers

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GREAT CRACKS IN HIS FINGERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3533, 4 April 1916

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GREAT CRACKS IN HIS FINGERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3533, 4 April 1916

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