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prr.Ti::.n.nR 3,- 3,- jzzz. ! newa-papi-ra - a prop-d-ty ot ts roua-t to ot .r-aetoum .r-aetoum the- ot or OLD COLQ.'iY DISASTER. TbQa!ncj Authorities Hold the SSection Foreman He fponslble. ' Tbs Accident lis Essrit cf Criai-c&l Criai-c&l Criai-c&l Kellsencs On His Part. gtore-Uoo.se gtore-Uoo.se gtore-Uoo.se gal Nine Other Balld. , lags Baraed At TTynna, Arlu ' Lass $150,000. . Threa ' Ksa Cnffoeatad Vkfla Worklnp Ia a Ceupool Oa uta OTHER FIRES AND ACCIDENTS, . TJatoa, .Sep.,. 4 -(SpociaU -(SpociaU Circuit Diatrict . Court Jadge lluiuplircya, at Quinsy. wIm held the inquest ea tho victfcue of tha late ecidont to-day to-day to-day made, publia his flnd.ng. wldch exphiins the reason of the. promit arrest. af Section Section Foreman Joseph i. Welch. The eourt found that YVclch wa aolee ly reapon ible. The company bad taken every re cognized measure te Insure the safety of lta patron ; -the -the track and rolling stock were, tho beat aad regulation regulation perXcet; that the accident was caused by the " jack" between the rail, oa placed against tha direct rules af th rcmpany oa Welch own rotponslbiflty. rThe train was going at regulation speed. Welch is consequently charged with criminal aegli gene. '. All the paUmtd are doing well today. today. ' Both' Capt. .Abbott aad little nizabeth Fenley are oa the high road to recovery. '