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Nearly all festering sores and poisoned wounds are traceable to a neglected cut, scratch, or sore. Whether your trouble be just a stubborn sore _*iat refuses to heal, a large surface of skin that is covered with spreading disease, or a limb threatened with amputation because of poisoned flesh, Zam-Buk will prove cooling and cleansing, soothing and healing.

Mr. F. J. Barnett, of Perry-street, St. Peters, Sydney, says : —" lam in the employ of the Australian Gas Co., as gasmain layer, and while at work had the misfortune to injure my hand. I treated the wound rather carelessly thinking it would be all right, but it became worse and began to show signs of blood-poison-ing. I applied several ointments but they did mc no good. My hand grew worse and worse, and I suffered such agony that I was foTced to give up work. It was at this time that ZamBuk was recommended to mc, and although I did not anticipate any good results after the repeated failures of other so-called cures, I thought I would give it a trial. I did so, and to my delight the wound immediately began to heal, and after only three weeks' treatment with Zam-Zuk I was able to return to my work, absolutely cured. I recommend Zam-Buk to fellow sufferers."

The purity and efficacy of Zam-Buk is known the world over. For the skin troubles or everyday hurts of infancy and age, this ideal healing balm is natural and never-failing. Is. Od. and 3s. 6d. per pot, of all chemists and stores.

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FESTERED AND POISONED WOUNDS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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FESTERED AND POISONED WOUNDS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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