Otago Daily Times

Women take up pipe smok­ing

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It is re­ported that, fol­low­ing up the lat­est fem­i­nine prac­tice of pipe smok­ing, the Lon­don pa­pers pub­lish por­traits of pretty ac­tresses “en­joy­ing a quiet pipe be­tween the acts”. Women have be­gun smok­ing bri­ars in Lon­don restau­rants, and shops are dis­play­ing spe­cial be­jew­elled pipes. — ODT, 14.10.1920.

 ?? COPIES OF PIC­TURE AVAIL­ABLE FROM ODT FRONT OF­FICE, LOWER STU­ART ST, OR WWW.OTAGOIMAGE­S.CO.NZ ?? A gen­eral view of the Ce­ment and Lime Com­pany’s works at Makareao, near Dun­back in Wai­hemo County, Otago, with houses for em­ploy­ees at right. — Otago Wit­ness, 12.10.1920.
COPIES OF PIC­TURE AVAIL­ABLE FROM ODT FRONT OF­FICE, LOWER STU­ART ST, OR WWW.OTAGOIMAGE­S.CO.NZ A gen­eral view of the Ce­ment and Lime Com­pany’s works at Makareao, near Dun­back in Wai­hemo County, Otago, with houses for em­ploy­ees at right. — Otago Wit­ness, 12.10.1920.

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