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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 19, 1896.
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WNCI.U.SIO.01' TUB aiAN'MjAUUII
ri:i(TitiAi. last mo ii r.
itxprrt TXttmonr IfHor hc Dolrml
ill Tlio Jury IIpcIiIok Not Uulllv
III Short irlcr.
Below is tho conclusion of tho
ncport of tho trinl of Andrew
"Walsh for ninnelnughter, which
was begun in yesterday's Bui
At tho nftcmoon session tlio
prosecution called: W. II.
Jbambort, chief of construction on
Sko AVniluku plantntion; C. II.
iluofcol, C. E., and W. E. Eowell,
ii. E.; then rostcd.
Tho defense called John
Spencer, C. B. "Wolls and thoso n
mmmnry of whoso ovidonce
E. L. Ynndoriiollinu, chief of
iwustruction nt Spreckolsvillo,
.pms export ovidonco. Putting on
Sio brakes suddonly when tho on
line was pushing a train would
ixs liable to cause mi accident of
.wine kind. If tho brakes woro
off Walsh was perfectly justified
i putting on steam to go up the
'jmde. hen ho arrived at tlio
jceno of tho accident tho track
'lad been relaid, tho embankment
asbuilt and tho laborers wero
reirfncing tho roadbed. Tho effect
f putting on tho brakes going
Auvii n grndo was not equal to
iSiat of doing so going up a grado.
II the brakes, but on going down,
cro loft on going up, there
ould not bo an effect liko
tihat of a collision, but
cro would bo great resistance.
Asked in cross-examination if
tfcat resistance would not bo nioro
BAoly to throw off ono of tho
ifarward cars than tho locomotive,
Dr answered that it would be
.xroro likely to throw off tho next
mr to the locomotive or tho loco
motive itself, that was whore tho
ratrain would coino. Ho did not
i&iuk it would have been safer to
all than to push tho cars on tho
.wrve, becauso the tendency in
pushingwas to impel tho cars to
.Aeputsulo rather than the inside.
"7So could hot explain why tho on
;iuo went off on tho inside in con-
- aistency with his theory, nor
xould ho undertake to account for
ifio accident at all; if tho track
ras in bad condition, that would
.recount for tho accident. From
tfie weight of the rails, tho form
ation of tho track, etc., ho would
ay it would not bo safer to pull
f&an to push tho cars.
Henry Roberts,mastor mechanic
(k tho O. 1. fe L. Co., said push
me cars was not good railroading
Bt it had often to be dono. It
was dono on tho Oahu railway
vSaily in tho rico season; it was a
ctommon practice on hrstclass
JKastorn roads. An engineer did
.lot like to do it, and it mado him
.mitious in doing it. When tho
(Mcine was at tho head of
te train ho had full com
mand of it. You must havo
igrodes and curves, you cannot
itaild railroads level. Going
round a curve excessive speed
- -would put engine off to tho out
;de. If this engine went off on
i2io insido it would bo no fault of
ifto engineer; in all his oxporionco
is never saw an engine going off
hi tho insido of a curvo. With a
good rail and tho proper inclin
.ution ho would not consider speed
i2ngorous in rounding a curve,
"yith the track all right there was
;ore pleasure in going round n
cwnrve than running on a straight
thick. If ho found an engine off
cn tho inside ot a curvo, tlio first
"Sling ho would look for would bo
break in the ongino. "With a
lour percent grade, as ho was told
t&ore was at tlio scene of this ac
cident, ho would hit it at twenty
zaUes an hour. (Laughter.) "Wit
aess told of a grade on tho Oahu
snilwny where a speed of twenty
Sio miles an hour was taken, and
then tho engineer wus glad to just
scratch ovor tho summit although
tlio rules allowed him ten miles an
ikour in passing over it. In push
ing cars tho engineer did not
ave tho control over his train
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