August 10, 1901. The uncompromising fashion in which the High Court yesterday dismissed the appeal of Messrs Pearks, Gunston & Tee ought to rid the grocer of at least the unfair and illicit competition of that specious compound variously described as "milk-blended butter", "Peark's butter" and "faked butter". It is obvious that this so called butter is not an article that ought to be allowed to be foisted on the public in competition with genuine butter, which its fraudulent nature would always allow it to undersell. {{COUNTERPOINT }}