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DROWNING ACCIDENT AT OLD COLWYN. MANCHESTER YOUTH'S SAD FATE. Within a. few hours of his arrival at Old Col- wyn on Monday to spend1 a few days' holidays with his uncle (Mr Mum by, North Cliffe House, Albertsroaxl), Mr Harry Maddiooks, aged: 18 years, a Stretford-road, Old Trafford, Man- chester, was drowned. It appears that v.hilo he was bathing1 with th-i-eei or fuur other young men he was suddenly niissed, and, despite a most careful search by his colleagues no trace was afterwards seen of him. Maddocks could' swim a little, and 28 he was not far out beyond his dtc-p-th when last seen it is believed that he suffered an attack of cramp, and sank before he could give his companions warning. P.O. Holgaie, in due oouree, made further investigations from a boat, 'the eea-bottom trying dragged for upwards of three hours in vain. The search was renewed, again at midnight with the incoming tide, amd tliough every nook and cranny along the coast for miles has been min- utely inspected since then the body remained undiscovered yesterday. Sincere sympathy pre- vails in tho district with the sorrowing relatives.

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