Nos. 8828, 8829.

43 F.2d 243 (1930)

THE HOG ISLAND (two cases).

District Court, E. D. New York.

March 14, 1930.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Finkler & McEntire, of New York City (Frank I. Finkler, of New York City, of counsel), for libelants.

Kirlin, Campbell, Hickox, Keating & McGrann, of New York City (L. de Grove Potter and Michael F. Whalen, both of New York City, of counsel), for claimant.

CAMPBELL, District Judge.

The two above-entitled suits were upon stipulation tried together, and, as they are for damages to parts of two shipments, upon the same vessel, from and to the same ports, one opinion will be sufficient.

The shipments in question were of bagged chestnuts, loaded on the steamship Hog Island, at Huelva, Spain, between November 20 and 23, 1925, and carried by the vessel from Huelva, which she left on November 24, 1925, direct to New...


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