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THINKERS AND REASONERS.

"Ohiero" says that he has seen many -irrecked and broken lives where, had the pople possessed a slight knowledge • of their own dispositions, they might kave been saved. And this knowledge he endeavours to give in his book. Persons born in January, according to "Chiero," have strong mental force, j>ut they are, as a rule, generally misunderstood by others. They are thinkers, reasoners, and should aim for some form of public life, for they generally do best in such careers. They have strange ideals of love, duty, and social position, and for this reason they are often considered odd, and do not fit v-in easily with their neighbours. But ■ they have warm hearts towards suffering and as a rule give largely to charities. This is also a characteristic of people

born in February. While excellent in "business and finance, as a "general rule they are more successful for others than for themselves. They are usually "■ 3iigh.lv strung, over-sensitive, and while ■not demonstrative in affection, feel very deeply.

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THINKERS AND REASONERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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THINKERS AND REASONERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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