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DIARY OF COMING ENGAGEMENTS.

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EAST DENBIGHSHIRE.

VOLUNTEERS AS 'SCORCHERS.'

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Gluttonous little boys will please take warn- ing during this picnic season by the sad fate that overtook OLIVER THOMAS SABOURIN (nine years old), of the East End of London. SABOURIN attended a Band of Hope excursion, and as a preliminary to tea indulged in an appalling banquet of ginger beer, apples, nuts, chocolate (quantity not stated), three bottles of ginger ale, and some sherbet and water. On the top of this he partook of tea, but the gastronomical feat proved fatal next day, the doctor attributing death to gastroenteritis set up by the abnormal mixture of food he had consumed at the picnic. The promoters of the Band of Hope in question were probably sur- prised to find that even Temperance refresh- ments, when swallowed in excess, can be quite as hurtful as the oft-condemned alcohol. —

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CHESTER CATHEDRAL.

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