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Zani link is a liein to m.Mber-. Whether a. child ha- cut or burned if.-co or infections disease bice ri'u;\ve;-m nV scalp -ore-, the bc.-t to do is to apply Znm-Rui:. Children a-.k for Zam.-Buk when any iiii-'uap beiall- them, brc.iu.-f Ihey know that the balm stops smarting pain and does them good. POISONED KNKK.—Mrs A. Lombard, Maclaggan street, Dunediu. N.Z.. -ay- : - "Mv" little l-M'.v James fell and eiil biknen open. James's leg was so bad that !..-. could scarcely move about. I applied Zain-Buk to the* child's knee, and it purified and healed the wound iu a \ery -!•';; t time." SCALP SORKS.--Mis M. Warner. Webbers road. Carlton. Sydney, say-: One of our children suU'ered frmii a.i attack o' - scalp disease which defied all the 11-ual methodi of tieatment. We tried ZamBiik. and it sp.jediiy cleared away all trace of the outbreak." BCRNT HAND.-Mrs L. Stevens, of 3 Sea comb street, Fit/aoy, MellKuirne, savs :—'•While, ironing 1 accidentally put the iron on my iittlo girl's arm. The flesh was seared from tho elbow to the wrist, and the skin all blistered. Zam-Buk cooled the burning pain, and gave her the greatest ease from inflammation and swellfag. We continued using Zam-Buk until the child's arm -was thoroughly healed.'" Is 6d or 3s 6d per pot, of all chemists and stores.—(Advt.l

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CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM-BUK., Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM-BUK. Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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