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Heavy duties at homo and at business, that tiro feet and legs, frequently cause varicose trouble or other serious breakdown of tlie skin tissues, and lead to painful ulcers and sores. Sneh a case was Mrs li. Shimmin’s, of 25 Flcmington road. North Melbourne; but Zam-Buk effected a complete cure. “Three or four years ago,” says Mrs Shlmmin, “a varicose vein burst in my left leg, and nasty ulceration developed. The pain vims excruciating, while in the hot weather the intense irritation and itching became almost unbearable. Although I tried many remedies, the ulcer proved most obstinate, and refused to heal. At last I was persuaded to use Zam-Buk, which exerted its soothing influence in a marvellous manner. The burning pain and inflammation were ended, and the limb was eased, and cooled splendidly. Tho result of the first few ■applications of Zam-Buk were so gratifying that I determined to persevere until the ulceration was completely healed. Now, thanks to Zam-Buk, I feel no inconvenience whatever. My leg has been completely healed and restored to excellent condition. Zam-Buk is indeed a wonderful balm.” Zam-Buk is unrivalled for eczema, prickly heat, sore feet, blisters, bad legs, piles, poisoned wounds, mosquito bites, cuts, wounds, and injuries. Possessing remarkable healing’ and disease-dispelling powers. Zam-Buk bears no resemblance to old-fashioned fatty ointments and salves, with their crude mid often harmful drugs. Of all: chemists -and stores/ at Is 6d or 3e fid l per pot.—[Advfc.] <

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HEAT MADE HER LEG WORSE., Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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HEAT MADE HER LEG WORSE. Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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