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Date: 23 May 1918.

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1918 K. No. 102. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, ADMIRALTY DIVISION.

SHIPS- "BARON AILSA" and "MASTER."

Whereas, in an action of limitation of liability, instituted in the High - Court of Justice, on behalf of the Keloin Shipping Company, Limited, against the owners of the steamship Master and others, the Judge of the Admiralty Division of the said High Court did on the 29th April 1918, amongst other things, pronounce that in respect of loss of life or personal injury or damage to Ships, Goods, Merchandise, or other things, caused by reason of the improper navigation of the steamship Baron Ailsa, on the occasion of the collision between that vessel and the Steamship Master on the 12th day of January 1917, the owners of the said Steamship Baron Ailsa are answerable in damages to an amount not exceeding £26,104, 16s (such sum being at the rate of £15 for each ton of the Registered Tonnage of the said Steamship Baron Ailsa, with the addition of engineroom space.)

THIS IS THEREFORE TO GIVE NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIM, in respect of the loss or damage, caused as aforesaid, that if they do not come in and enter their claims on or before the 12th June 1918, they will be excluded from sharing in the aforesaid amount.

Taken out by

Messrs PARKER, GARRETT, & CO.,

Solicitors,

St Michael’s Rectory,

Cornhill, London, E.C.3.

Dated the 2nd day of May 1918.

Source: "1918 K. No. 102. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, ADMIRALTY DIVISION." The Scotsman. 23 May. 1918. 1.

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