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I For dressing cuts, bruises, scrapes, burns, or scalds, there is nothing like Zam-Buh. Therefined herbal extracts from which Zam-Buk is prepared sink into the tissues, sooths the pain, and by reason of their powerful antiseptic qualities, prevent festering and bloodpoison. Having purifieda wound, 7.am-Buk heals it wish new Shin Mrs. Walsh, of the Hawora Refreshment Rooms, tells how an eighteenpenny bottle of Fluenzol, in a few minutes cured her girl of a cough, and how her husband (Enginedriver Walsh) was cured of a bad sore throat with a few teaspoonful gargles from the same bottle. Take undiluted Flpenzol in teaspoonful gargles at short intervals and a bottle will last a long time. us ALWAYS KEEP A BOTTLE OF LANE’S EMULSION handy. It's a remedy you can trust. 2/6 and 4/6. RITCHIES FOR Household Necessities. We undertake to supply you with Everything for the Horne In CHINA AND CROCKERY, GLASSWARE AND ELECTROPLATE, LAMPWARE & BRU3HWARE, HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY. We have just opened up a Special Lino of DESSERT AND TABLE KNIVES, guaranteed blades, which we are clearing at 4/9 Dessert and 6/3 Table Knives per half-dozen. The above aro exceeding good value. Also just opened, a Largo Shipment of ENAMELWARE, m Teapots, Kettles, Saucepans, etc., at Rock-bottom Prices. Wo carry the Largest Stock in Town in the above lines, which affords one the Finest Selection. TCIfS GEORGE STREET (Near Octagon). 39 WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR , SALE, la Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply ' STAR ’ OFFICE.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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