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THE PENISTONE RAILWAY DISASTER. Strange Disclosures. The inquest on the bodies of three of the per- sons killed in the Penistcne railway accident was resumed on Wednesday. Mr Charles Sacre, chief engineer of the company, described his examination of the line. He concluded from what he saw that the spring of the waggon found must have been thrown out by the breaking of the axle. As for the metal of the axle, he had seen better .and he had seen worse. There was an insignifi- cant Haw, which was the cause of the breakage, which could not have been detected. After a long deliberation a verdict of Accidental death was returned. The Board of Trade inquiry will be resumed at Manchester to-day. Mr William Harrison, who was killed in the collision, was buried at Sheffield on Wednesday. It is now evident that all the in- jured will recover. Messrs Harrison and Camm, of Rotherham, write with reference to a report which has appeared as to their having been the makers of the axle of the goods van, the breaking of which led to the accident. They state that they did not commence the manufacture of axles until 1870, three years after the date on the wheels of the goods van in question. I

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