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People horn in September usually ■jTiako good literary critics, being quick to see the weak points, while at the .same- time they are rapid readers, and ondowc.l with wonderful memories. • In the execulion of almost anything they .set their nriuds on they generally succeed. A varied career is usualy the portion ; ■of people born in October. They are often very successful as speculators or .gamblers, but have very little regard : lor money. Large numbers of them .seem to drift naturally int'6 the study of tha law, and in it they generally make a name as lawyers, barristers, or judges.. In marriage, however, they -ire seldom happy, for in affection they appear to weigh matters too much. Curious are "the characteristics of people born in November, for up to 20 years of ago they are usually extremely pure-minded, virtuous, and religious, 'but once their nature is aroused they fire of ion found to swing in the oppo-r-fitft direction. They have great mag--iijtic powers, and in danger .and in aud-

iden crises are. cool and determined. Many of the very best surgeons have < been born in November. In December the great workers are born, who never seem to tire until they wear themselves out. They have enterprise in' business, but never feel themselves confined to any one line. | For this reason one often finds the men of this period change from clergymen to stockbrokers, or from professors to followers of trade. As a rule, from their intense concentration and willpower thes r are successful in whatever they do, arid they should always be allowed a free hand in choosing their vocation.

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LITTLE REGARD FOR MONEY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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LITTLE REGARD FOR MONEY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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