Harry Jacob ran a tobacconist and hairdressing shop in Queen Street, Masterton, in the 1950s. His shop was a booking office for New Zealand Railways and he also took photographic films for developing. His advertisement that ‘pipe smoking means cheaper smoking’ was based on the high duty on roll-your-own cigarette papers.
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