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A CAUTION TO CATERERS.

Whoa tho Lord Mayor of London (says the Cologne Tablegatt) lately visiiod the Antwerp Exhibition the Burgomaster of Antwerp gave him a bauquot in the town hall. In tho menu which was published in the newspapers haunch of venison was mentioned as one of the dishes. At hunting season haß not yet commenced tho sale of game in Belgium is published by law. The Publio Prosecutor hastened to bring an action ag-ainet tho caterer who arranged tho banquet. When the case came ou the caterer said in I evidence that the dish served was not haunch of venison, but wild pig. The Publio Prosecutor then said he waa liable to punishment for deception iv the article sold,- and the caterer was fined 50f.

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A CAUTION TO CATERERS., Evening Post, Volume XLVIII, Issue 113, 10 November 1894, Supplement

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A CAUTION TO CATERERS. Evening Post, Volume XLVIII, Issue 113, 10 November 1894, Supplement

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