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i w I A m w//A mm i . Zam - Buk the genuine and f/f reliable healing balm and skin cure '0 (or everyday household use, is in--0 valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Scratches, Abrasions, Boils, I y,. Eczema, Pimples, Running Sores, 1 v/s. Scalp Diseases, Poisoned Wounds, Festering Sores Bad Legs. Ulcers, Abscesses R'ngsvorrn, Psoriasis, Y/ Diseased Ankles, Teething Sores, Barber’s Rash Swellings, and all Y/. Injured and Diseased conditions of will happen even in the best regulated families. Healthy youngsters seemto be always “in the wars.” Housework abounds Jf with mishaps for busy wives and harassed mothers ; and the bread-winner often returns from work with \ a, more or less serious injury. Just what every home needs is Zam-Buk. A pot and a bandage on a handy ; shelf where they are handy for instant use, save untold pain, time, and money. When the little one runs in 0 from his'play with a wry face, and smarting, dirt-filled // ■ scrape on his knee, simply wash the part and smear with m Zam-Buk. When father cuts or scrapes his hand, the handy r/ „ pot of Zam-Buk again meets the emergency, and the houseI wife or mother continually finds it a real friend for the burns she receives while cooking, the scalds of a washing day, or the knocks. &c., of dusting. Children like Zam-Buk because it is cooling, soothing, and pleasant. Their elders value it still more highly because it is also antiseptic and a powerful’germicide, preventing poisoning*festering and disease; because it is a natural skin repairer, growing new tissue in Nature’s way; and because it is '’•ood for the teuderest skin. Daily mishaps make Zam-Buk a daily need— therefore keep Zam-Buk handy. i EVERY HOME ftSEEDS ZAM-BUK. I able as an Embrocation for 1 Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Stiffness the Skin. Zam-Buk is also invalui ■j \////i Stiffness. Sprains, and all deep’s •■///// scaled pair.;, Zam-Buk is obtain- ", able from all Chemists and Stores ! %/M‘ at 1 G per pot and 3 G special f S'/Y. large family sire (containing nearly Vy'f leer times the i; 6 pot. or post free ', t' for same prices, from the Zam-Buk v/j I’/ Manufacturing Co., b9 Pitt Street, Sydney. Dr, ANDREW WILSON, DIRT IN WOUND CAUSED INFLAMMATION. ARM BURNT AND SCALDED FROM WRIST TO ELBOW. Mr J. Vaughan, of 14 Sorrlg Street, Balmain, Sydney, says:—“ I sustained a revere knock on the back of mv left hand. Some dirt got into the wound, and inflammation >ot in. The piun wan terrible. Being recommended to try ZamBuk, I obtained a supply, and after batbsng the wound applied this halm twice daily, the swelling was reduced and all traces of the injury disappeared. Kow my hand ij well once again. L ty ■//. ty//. tho T,-!lI-kooTra medical writer (fj and author of “ Homely Tall: on First Aid.”says—"Whenever not of Siani-Buk is handy, this may bo relied mien antiseptic dressing which w ; requires no preparation and has 'f/f/' the addition.-.! at’.v.'.ntctro •//t. possessing uulqao ho at lug ’O.- proportion.** %RSKSfrr Mrs. May Forrest, of Uagill Road, St. Peters, 'A Adelaide, eays I upset a kettle of water imo A ‘fity/ the fire, kjia steam blowing all the hot ashes on to my arm, and 1 was badly burned and scalaed. ■/, y/// Tho wound extended from the wrist to the elbow. Y, . Jr"C£ “ Although many remedies were applied '0 nothing gave me any ease. Commencing to uro W/A p Zam-Buk, I was delighted to find all Inflammation %•>/ y and burning were drawn away.’’ wj K WM mm I V/v an i °n /; \// apotol Kani A, U preparation f'C\ Vf iIS V/j// requires no ; w hj BM m if. I.SBSS tV-t •’ROB IT I N M ■2sLi*
Addressing i’oit Sunlight ivonnir. Sir William Lever said tiiey weic g"mg to take part in a war for humanity the whole world over. We v;eie fighting, he wnd. in tlio cause of the civilisation, pi ogress, and democracy of the world. It was a jight fi.*! tho deir.oc’ncit's ot to*' ctumtrit"? wo woro against *!.< nnuk os i«»i’ iln‘ j do moevarv oi our own country.
you should hear in mind THAT by using the commercial eucalyptus oil, which is now bought up at bd per lb weiaht and bottled, and, on account _of the largo profit, pushed, you are exposing yourself' to all the dangers to which the use of turpentine will expose you —irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, and mucous membrane* By insisting on the Oh.Mil.u. SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT yon not only avoid these pitfalls, Inn ycu_ have a Btirauhitina, safe, and effective medicament, the result of a special and careful manufacture." A trial will at mu-e convince. Quality in small dose distinguishes n from the bulky and dangerous products. Remember, SANDER’S EXTRACT embodies the result of fitly years’ experience and of special study, and it does what is promised. It heals and cures without miuring the constitution, as the oils and uncalled extracts on the market frequently do. Therefore, protect yourself ; iy rejecting other hnincis. S I*-XTRA( i senses curltivo powers peculiar’y its own. and can ho used with safety internally and externally. NELSON M PATH’S 7>T-” T -. .•tee to It von tret Nelson Stoma's Tea. There are no brands i-m-jri- /re I;:s. -I'.'in (irmlv. See yo" -ri N, hull Motile',; I’m, Medical authorities agree that, although them aro many contributing cau-cs, excess Uric Acid iu the blood is Hie tea I cause of Rheumatism, Gout, fckdaliea. Lumbago, ami kindred diseases. UIII.UMO is the one remedy that, will remove this excess Ur.e Acid and <juW:V give relief. Sold by all chemists and stares, as 0(1 and da 6d. TV77Ty COM Don't buy any ten—sae » js Np ,, OI J j r o., tf .' a . Th« MO ATE’S PURE TEAS name is a guarantee of supremo quality and the greatest value. Kee you oel, Nil.no rgoilß’u t
JTSR What About Your Summer Frocks! ! If you have not bought them, call and see the Dainty V ash Fabrics being offered at big savings on former prices. Even if you have already made your purchases you will be tempted to make .more when you see the value we are offering. PRICES! DOWN! PRICES! Overstocked Lines. New Goods. Special Savings. A Great Summer Opportunity FOR YOU. OTTOMAN CLOTHS, 30in wide; in Saxe, Purple, Kcoda. Vieux Bose, Green, Amethyst, and Black. Usually -Mi. Now 1/6. MERCERISED TAFFETAS, with neat self-corded stripe; a soft material ; in good shades of Grey, Saxe, Reseda, Navy, and Sky; 28in wide. I’snnl price, 1/3. Now KUd. CREAM DELAINE, All Wool; 2Sin wide. Very special value. Usual price, 1/11. Now 1/ yard. l SPIRAL POPLINS, 40in wide; a very lustrous material: in Saxo, Vieux Bose, Purple, and Reseda. Usual price, 2/11. Now 1/3 yard. WHITE SWISS ROBE MUSLIN, 4Sin wide. Usual price. 1/11. Nov/ 1/3 yard. JAPANESE CREPES, special value, oOin wide; in new shades of Pink, Vieux Rose, Navy, Grey, Red, Sky, Helio., Biscuit, Saxe, Reseda. Usual price, Hid. Now S^d. WRITE FOR PATTERNS, WRITE FOR PATTERNS. D.LC. - Dunedin,
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