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. I NEARLY 300 SAILORS POISONED…

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I NEARLY 300 SAILORS POISONED AT I CHATHAM. Nearly 300 sailors at the Royal Naval Barracks, Catham, have been suffering from food poisoning. After partaking' of a dinner consisting chiefly of pea soup and salt beef the men were immediately attacked with sickness and violent pains. Naval surgeons were hastily summoned, and the majority of the men soon got well, as the result of the remedies ad- ministered, but others had to be sent to hospital. It is hoped all will recover. For forgery and misappropriati. ngI clients' money, Daniel Walkins, solicitor 1 and magistrates' clerk, was at Cardigan I Assizes on Saturday, sentenced to four I years' penal servitude. J Whi'le washing silver at the Queen's Hotel, Eastbourne, a plateman named William Marks fell forward into the water during a fit and wao drowned.

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