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QUININE BITTERS. I ALLEGED INFRINGEMENT OF TRADE-MARK. The case of the, Quinine Bitters Manufacturing ^Company (Limited) v. Davis came before Justice 'Cave and a special jury in the Queen's Bench Division on Thursday last week. It was an action Division on Thursday last week. It was an action by a limited company carrying on business at I Llaneily and manufacturing quinine bitters I ■against Mr. John Davis, manufacturing chemist, Swansea. The plaintiffs claimed damages for alleged infringement of their trade-mark, and an injunction restraining further infringements. The defendant did not admit any infringement. Mr. Murphy, Q.C., and Mr. Israel Davis were I -counsel for. the plaintiff Mr. Smyley, Q.C., and Mr. Asheton Cross appeared for the defendant. After hearing the evidence, and his Lordship's summing-up, the jury asked leave to retire. On returning into court, the jury gave a verdict for the plaintiffs. Mr. Justice Oave gave judgment for the iplain- tiffs for damages to be subsequently agreed, with .costs" and granted the injunction prayed for.

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