Mind you Sandow seemed to like a tear up in the CourtsHandson wrote: ↑Thu Apr 25, 2019 6:19 pmHi Peter
There was some resentment from one of the competitor cocoa firms & in particular one of them took Sandow to court over his use of the phrase "health & strength" in describing his [Sandow's] cocoa.
It seemed and still seems a somewhat petty case and that was the conclusion of the judiciary.
See the attachments which cover the nub of the allegation and also the conclusion.
If I could work out how to string together text and pictures I could have sent the whole of this particular document and other stuff but HOPC doesn't seem to accept e.g. Word documents which would otherwise do the trick.
As an aside I was reading Dannyboy's article on pugilist Peter Jackson and his submission seems to have found a way of stringing together quite a lengthy article.
In a similar vein I have quite a lot of old stuff on Jem Mace but submitting it piecemeal in lots of disjointed 2 X 0.99 Mb is too daunting.
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This comment was meant to be in relation to David’s remarks of 24 April praising the Saxons (quite rightly) but I misplaced it, sorry.
I’ve always considered Gorner to have been one of the most powerful.
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