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NZ Truth , Issue 1090, 21 October 1926, Page 8
Many a good story is told about smoking and smokers. The latest comes from Auckland. A bricklayer was called sharply to account by his foreman for smoking "bn the job." "I'm' not smoking," he replied. "But your pipe, is m your mouth," declared the angry foreman. "That's right," said the bricklayer. "And my boots are on my, feet, but I'm not walking.'' The foreman passed on. By. the way. if you are looking for something special m the shape of 'baccy, try our N.Z. varieties. They are excellent, and their fine flavor and delightful ranee are largely due to'the fact that the leaf is toasted. This is quite' a novel idea. Also (unlike the imported), they contain only a trifling percentage of nicotine. That's why doctors favor them. Thanks to their wonderful purity they may be, smoked all day long without fear of consequences. They come m several strengths. "Riverhead Gold" is mild*, "Navy Cut-" is medium; a*nd"Ciit Plug" No. 10" is a splendid full-flavored tobacco. The latest addi- tion is "Cavendish Mixture."*.