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TOLD BY THE HAIR.

s One of the latest fads is termed c "hair-reading," and its adepts pro- - nounce it an infallible index to chary acter. Fine hair is said to denote gentle birth, and tbe amount of care the hair shows will determine the mode of life. A tendency to curl denotes inherent grace and a poetic nature. Straight y hair is the sign of a firm and practical c disposition, while such bad qualities h as treachery and jealousy are generally n found in people with black, lustreless a hair. The lighter the hair the more sensitive the owner, y . h theory that red hair denotes a ie fiery temper has been superceded bj v one which attributes to its possessors l- uiu.h h'jn._ty and cleverness. V

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TOLD BY THE HAIR., Mataura Ensign, Issue 677, 21 December 1899

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TOLD BY THE HAIR. Mataura Ensign, Issue 677, 21 December 1899

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