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Mass Meeting of Dowlais Miners.

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-< Merthyr Man Wins 1-14,166., V Mr. Tom Owen, travelling draper, residing) at No. 41, Gwaelodygarth, Merthyr, has just won £ 4,166 in a lottery promoted by the Tritze Dorge Bankt Budr-Pesth, Hungary., Mr. Bowen was induced to try his luck after receiving a circular announcing the particulars j of the lottery, and he sent £ 1 13s. 9cL, the pries of a quarter ticket, but had he taken a full; ticket he would have won £ 16,6M. The prizes offered in the lottery ranged from 15,000 to' £ 42,000, and every competitor was allowed to take a quarter, half, three-quarter, or a. whole ticket. When Mr. Owen received the news that he had won so much money ho decided to go to Buda-Pesth to make a personal claim to it, his expenses being borne by the bank, and the money was paid to hira in Bank of England notes. He was the first Briton who had ever gone over to receive a prize, and he was shown the modus operandi of the drawing, and was satisfied that the lotteries are conducted on straightforward lines. Mr. Owen is tàbt congratulated upon his windfall,'

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