TIMBER TRAIN DERAILED
NINE LIVES LOST.
Bunbury, ,Nov. 7.
The most tragic railway accident in the history of Western Australia occurred on in the Mornington timber line, near Bunbury, in the darkness of Saturday night. Nine lives were lost and two persons were in- jured through the derailment of a timber train which, apparently, getting beyond control, dashed down a steep gradient and
ran off the line on curve in a cutting at a spot about tw' and a half miles from the main line at Wokalup.
The names of thc persons killed are as follow:
JOHN DENIS LEITCH,, married; . re- latives reside nj, Victoria Park.
ELLIS -S- LAKE, single ; brother-in-law, named Hyde, resides at Belmont,
JAMES P. McNAMARA., returned soldier,
relatives' not known. ,
WILLIAM MALARCARI, single; parents reside at Spearwood.
FRANK V. WINFIELD, single; friend of George Aubors, Bedford Hotel, Perth.
EDWARD P. DELANEY, returned sol- dier, single.
THOMAS WILTON, single; son of mill traffic manager.
JOHN GODFIELD PAULSON, guard of train (died from injuries).
WALTER MAGGS, married.
CLARENCE ROBERT COOK, engine