_c. O 1 N Ocrs??o?? ? i?o?e? ¡fII"'íi' [By Arthur Mee.] THE MALCOLM CASE. Very few people will fcol inclined to disagree with the verdict in this "cause celeb re." It has been a most painful business all through, but the accused has carried himself nobly from beginning to end; he slew a blackguard, and the black- guard well deserved his fate. There is many a woman in this world who would give her soul for a husband as loying, as faithful and as chivalrous as Lieut. Malcolm. THE IRPSH CONVENTION. Ireland is like Russia iu one tiling: it has a way of surprising people. When the Irish convention began its work pre- dictions were heard on dl ides that it Would be a disastrous and miserable failure. Instead of that the conference is turning out to be a gratifying success. Perhaps the secret lies in the fact that it has for the first time, given Irishmen as a whole a chance of discussing their own business. May God grant that here we have the beginning of a better order of things. THE SECRET Cr SUCCESS. Some few days ago the "Manchester Guardian" published a most interesting photographic group of the members of the convention. I am rather fond of looking at faces and so judging of character, and a good deal can he done in that way. It seemed to me as I studied that group that after all the con- vention was bound to succeed. No body of men with faces like those in the photo- graph could meet day after day and fail to understand one another and do some- thing worthy cf so groat an occasion. Nay I go further and predict with some confidence thai if this convention cannot point the way nothing else on earth can possibiy save Ireland. WHAT IRELAND WANTS. __M Alter all, what Ireland wants is mum responsibility; likewise more sympathy on the port of people over here. Irish- men are full of sentiment. You can lead them. but they will not be driven. Make a friend of an Irishman, and he will he your friend for ever. He is the soul of generosity and kindness. But try to; lord it over him or to do any "swank" business, and yon will find him as tricky and as obstinate as one of his own pigs. And just one other thing: don't, forget his religion. Your Catholic Irishman will stand no meddling with that; whilst as to your Orangemen, ii-ell- THE PAIR OF SCISSORS. Just one word more on this subject. You know what a thankless and danger- ous job it is to intervene between hus- band and wife. Perhaps they have been quarrelling, and you step in. Then you I find the pair of them close on you like the blades of scissors, and ytfu begin to wish you had never been born So with the Irish! Home Ruler and Orangeman abuse one another to their hearts' con- tent; but let an outsider interfere; then may God help him, for nobody else can. After all, they are Irish, and they wont let you forget it. Let us leave our friends in the Mi eon Isle, as far as possible, to work out their own salvation and we shall rind even the Sinn Feiners will see the sense and the reason of it before long. ANOTHER FAIRY TALE. It is with real regret I give up the "Ich Dion" story; but really after the letters of Dr. Gwenogfyn Evans and Mr Llewelyn Williams what is one to do? The suggestion that 'Ich Dien' was after all of Welsh not German origin seemed so pretty and so plausible; but I suppose it must go. We want no fairy tales ill these prosaic days. It is wonderful how one language accidentally mimics an- other. There i, a oits instance j il a place-name not far from Llaiielly [ Goitrcwen. is a wen, I sup- pose; yet Goiire-wen is a "Welsh compound meaning something entirely different from that. Ag;1 in in English, donner is one who dor. but in Freach the same word means to give, whilst in German it signifies thunder. So careful have we to be 1:1 threading our way amongst words.
EVERYTHIKG in Stock in Household ￼ in Stock in Hoiisebol d -t? Ironmongery, including Mangles, large and Table Mangles, Lamps and Stoves, Blowers, Fire Guards, Fenders, and Coal Vases Portable Boilers; also Bicycles, both Gents and Ladies, all at lowest prices. I SPECIALLY INVITE YOr TO INSPECT MY LARGE STOCK. D. Hughes. Ironmonger, Station Road.
CORNS! R' "What is your complaint ?" asked the Mayor at the Tribunal on Thursday when an employee at the De Tinning "YV orks said he was unfit to join the Volunteer Battalion. Appellant: Corns. The Mayor: I'm afraid if yon tell the Trihunal tba t corns are your only com- plaint they will tell you to cut them (laughter). Appellant: I've had them cut (renewed laughter) Aid Nathan Griffiths: Oh, oequa (more laughter). Appellant: But they've grown again. The Tribunal directed the man to jttn j Section D.
I J at 'I Juvenile Ce??L uvenue lourt. I I BENCH DEAL WITH 23 OFFENDERS. I I There were 23 offenders before the I Juvenile Court on Thursday, Mr. Thomas I Jones and Capt. Morton Evans on tllc Bench. No Rear Light.?. Harold Hopkins, IS, Miiia street, and Willie Davies, 2, Caliaria terrace, sum- moned for riding bicycles without rear lights in New Dock road after dark were I ordered to pay 2s. Gd. costs. Davies said his front lamp showed a red light to the rear, whereupon the Clerk said that that was not a-it a rear lamp shewing a red light was neces- sary. For driving a waggonette in Robinson siroet without lights at August 20th. Harold Williams, G), Prin- cess street, was summoned and ordered to pay 2s. (id. towards the costs. I Theft of Apples. Five boys were summoned for stealing apples value Ge1., the property of Harold Barker, Old road. The defendants were Dd.- Harry, 3, Mill lane, Arthur Pike, William street, Thos. Jenkins, 18, Mill lane, Thomas Pritehard and A. Pritchard, IS. We tor street. Defendants pleaded guilty. Dot.-Sergt. T. Davies said that on Aug 10th he saw the defendants Pritchard and Jenkins. Two of the boys admitted taking the apples from the garden while the others kept watch on the road. Defendants were cautioned, and the cases against them were dismissed. The Court ordered the two older hoys, Harry and Pike, who said they earned £1 8s. a week to pay the costs, 5s. 9d. each. I At the Dell. I Cecil Samuel and Evan Jno. Howells, both of Cwm terrace, Furnace, pleaded guilty to stealing a quantity of apples and pears, value Gd., the property of Lady Cowell Stepney. Det .-Sergt. T. Davies spoke to seeing the two lads on the garden wall of the Dell vicking" apples and pears. When they saw him they ran away, but he fol- lowed them to their homes. Both were ordered to pay 2s. (je1. to- wards the costs. Wilful Damage. I For committing wilful damage to a hay rick to the extent of t2, five boys were proceeded against. The defendants ere Garfield Morris, Albert Morris, Albert street; Tom Francis, 47, Brvnmor road, AIIred Griffiths, 75, Brymnor road, Leslie Phillips and Emlyn Phillips, C3, Brymnor road. Defendants pleaded guilty. Evidence was given by P.C. Hugh J Jiomas, and the Bench dismissed the ea-e against Francis in view of his age, in the iunv other cases the pavment of 10s. each tov, nru.s the damage was < rile red Youthful Depredator*. I Two girls and four boys, Annie Perks, :32. Stanley street; Gertie Smith, G, Gloh; Titos Williams, and Harry Hogan, of New Dock street, and George Perks, 32, Stanley street, \yere summoned for damaging cauli- flowers, a bed of onions, a bed of leeks, and a quantity of rhubarb and flowers, the property of Amy Knight, to the ex- tent of 10s. P.C. Roberts (Docks) spoke to seeing the defendants in the garden of Dock House picking cauliflower cabbages, onions and leeks and throw them over to the dock. Supt. Jones stated that the girl Smith had been before the Court on two occa- sions for stea ling coke, there being nothing against the others. Gertie Smith was ordered to pay 10s., Annie Perks 5s., and the boys Francis. Williams and Hogan 3s. 6d. each, while the ease against George Perks was dis- missed. 'K. —.—.
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A SUGAR-CARD PROBLEM. To the Editor of the "Star." I Sir, The form of "Application for Sugar Registration Card" furnished by the Ministry of Food requires householders to state the "names of persons ordinarilv resident in the household in respect of whom a sugar card is applied for." A servant leaves me at the end of Septem- ber. I hope to replace her. hut she will have ceased to be "ordinarily resident, etc. before the cards are required, and it is impossible to state the name of her problematic and unascertained successor. The insurance companies insure so many ',domestic servants" and all "occasional servants" without names—the employees and not the individuals-hut presumably this system is unsuitable in the present case. What am I to do ? I am, etc., HOUSEHOLDER. I
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t ? S ￼ ￼ ¡ 1 I 11 of Lisn??Hy ￼ JL. a— I INFANT WELFARE COMMITTEE. Si'ppierr.ontary Subscription List. Amount already acknowledged £ 119 < 1U £ 10.—Messrs. Richard Thomas and Co. £ 5 5s.—Messrs. The Llanelly Cinema (Stepney street). £ 2 2s.—Messrs. Bateheior and Co., Ltd., Thompson and Shackell Ltd., Geo. Oliver and Sons, Felinfocl Brewery Ltd. £1 lls. Gd.—Messrs. George Mercer and Sons. j £1 Is. each.—Dr. D. J. Williams, Messrs. The British and Argentine Meat j Co. :t1.rr. Thomas Herbert. 10s. 6d. each.—Messrs. Lennards and Co., K. Lowther, Rhys Evans, J Kuoyle, j J. Marker, Star Tea Co.. Dd. Morris. » (Chemist), T. Morgan, (undertaker), George Watkeys, Brinlev Jones, W. H. Smith and Son (newsagents). Boots Cash j Chemists Ltd., Popular Cinema Co., W. and T. Avery Ltd. 10s. each.—Messrs. Whittaker Bros., T. Blay. j 5s. each .—Messrs. J. O. Jones. Tyr- ynis Thomas, M. Gilford, Stanley Pearce. 2s. Gd. each.—Messrs. W. Ed wards, (umbrella maker), T. D. Williams, J. i Jones (Greenfield), David Hughes, B. Morgan, Christmas Evans, W. n. Nield, Miss Pa?to. Mr Bevan (LIaneny Furnish- ,] t o -Ali 2s. each.—Mrs. Phillips (Market st.), Messrs. Thomas and Samuel. Is. each.—Mr. Baker (hairdresser), Mrs. Davies (Station road), Mr. Thomas Kvghes. Total £15G 4s. lOd. Mary D. W. Spowart. Honorary Treasurer, Borough of Llanelly Infant Welfare Fund
C'JMDAY GARDENING A CRIME. I "It is a crime to do a hit of gardening down at the Pwll on a Sunday," said J. T. Crampton at the Tribunal on Thurs- | day, adding that he worked 12 hours a at the De-Tinning Works, and could rot reach the Drill If all in time to fail in for drill. Aid. Griffiths: Never mind the people at Pwll. Crampton: Ah, hut I have to live [amongst them (laughter). 1 Conn. M. R. Richards: Wouldn't you rke to drill on Sundays instead of gar- dening ? Crampton I drill enough in the works. The Tribunal directed Crampton to join Section R.
Pitch a rid Toss I to Manslaughter." I t.¡.J t..a>l_ I If It A VERSATILE PLUMBER. I ;1, iJ, Luch. I A plumber named \V. J. Williams told the 1.1 anelly Tribunal en Thursday that he was in Class B 1. Lieut. Tngrams: Any reason why you should not join Section B of the Volun- teer Battalion W illiams I belong to the Fire Brigade ;:nd drill once a month. Lieut. Ingrains: But we want you to put in 14 drills a month. Williams: I also have to attend to'the ere engine twice a month. The Deputy Ma yor It would be a very serious thing if a serious fire broke out and this man happened to be on a route march. Lieut. Ingrams: Can you make him iUJ l Section D ? The Mayor: How is it th at yon are in charge of the machinery if you are a plumber t' V\ illiams I have been a member of the Fire Brigade for 15 years and I also have charge of the machinery at the Felinfocl Brewery. I can do almost anything from pitch and toss to manslaughter (laughter). 1 ho Mayor: I hope you will try man- slaughter other than on the Tribunal (re- newed laughter). Aid. Nathan Griffiths: Why not make it murder at once (more laughter). The Tribunal ordered Williams to join Section D en condition that he was not to attend route marches.
OBITUARY ———- Ii ——— MUS. S. J. GRIFFITHS. It is with deep regret that we record the death of Mrs. David Griffiths, 12, Lakefield place (late of Downing street), who peacefully passed away on the 5th inst. The deceased lady was a faithful and respected member of St. Peter's Church, and a constant attendant of the children's service before her illness. The funeral. which took place on the 8th inst, at the Box Cemetery, was conducted hy the Vicar. The bearers were the officials of the children's service. Floral tributes were sent by :—Husband and Mother Officials of the Children's Service; Mr. and Mrs. \V. Vivian; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins; Mr. and -Mrs. J, Rees; Neighbours of Downing street; Miss May Evans; Mr. Arthur Richards; Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Davies; Mr and Mrs. J. Gwynn Mr. and Mrs. J. Griffiths; Mr Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. G. Stevenson (nephew and niece), and little Doreen. The deceased has left a sorrowing hus- band, mother, two children and a brother to mourn her sad loss. Mr. Griffiths wishes to thank the numerous friends for I their kind sympathy.
￼ I 'the Tnbuna! I TRANSFERS TO THE VOLUNTEER BATTALION. A meeting of the Borough Tribunal was held on Thursday when the Mayor (Aid. D. J ames Davies) presided, and there were present the Deputy Mayor (Coun. Dan Williams), Covin. D. R. Jones and Coun. M. R. Richards. "I n ac event of Invasion." Messrs. Nevifls Dock and Railway Co. appealed on behalf of a number of their employees. Mr. J. Walter Thomas who represented the Company, said the men were em- ployed as locomotive drivers, crane-men and dock transport and transport men. They were all members of the V.T.C. and could continue to be members of the V.T.C. The Mayor: No, they cannot, because it docs not exist. Mr. Walter Thomas: Well, I mean they can be transferred to the Volunteer Batt. and placed in Section R. The only thing: /we ask is that these men should not he compelled to attend a certain number of drills. Lieut. Ingrams said the men should he placed in Section B, and he' failed to see why they could not put in five drills each week end. The Deputy Clerk (Mr. D. <r. Phillips) The point that ought to govern in these cases is whether these men in the event of an invasion could be released from their occupations or whether even then they would be of more service to the country at their occupations. Lieut. Ingrams But these are cases I can review-at any time. Mr. Thomas Even in the event of an invasion of the North of England these men could not be taken away. Lieut. Ingrams: Yes they could, bc- cause they are not. protected more than bakers. It was decided that those in categories A, Bl, and CI should be placed in Sec- tion B, and that those in the lower categories should join Section R. Dcck Transport. I A stevedore named Wm. D. Griffiths was appealed for by 3Iessrs. Gilchrist and Co., who asked that the men should he placed in as low a section as possible because he attended to dock transport. They were anxious that the man should become an efficient Volunteer, but lie could not attend drills on specific nights. Lieut. Ingrams: He can attend the drills during the day or night, and pn in Its 11 drills a month when he pleases and oucc he is efficient he will only have to attend 10 drills a month. I The Mt>yor The question is not whether I he can put in 14 drills a month, but whether he could be spared in the event or the Volunteers being mobilized to deal with an invasion. I he Deputy Clerk: There's not bound to be an invasion as they might be mobilized to substitute men on the East Coast. The Mayor But statements have been made by responsible Ministers that men will not be called up unless there was an invasion. The Tribunal ordered Griffiths to ap- pear before the Medical Board, and in the event of his being classified A he was ordered to join Section B cf the Volun- teer Battalion. If placed in a lower category he was told to join Section R. "Feeding by Hand." "Do you feed them by hand jocular- ly asked Lieut. Digrams when D. J. Nurse said he ;,p?iit his Sundays in feed- ing horses. In the week nights he f-, ii is h e dliis work at 8 p.m. Lieut. Ingrams: That's all hour before closing time at any rate (laughter). Nurse said he was a married man, 33 years of age with six children. The Tribunal directed Nurse to join Section D. tl;:t One Man Business. ) An assistant draper named E. 1J. I Davies in the employ of Messrs. Owen Jones and Co., said he was classed B 1, and was a married man with one child. Lieut. Ingrams This is not a case of a one-man business. Davies But I am the only male assist- ant in the shop, and my employer is a wido,y.. The Ma yor: You will have to join Sec- tion B. Davies I can't do that as I suffer from bronchial trouble. Lieut. Ingrams: But you have been classified B 1. The Mayor (to Davies) If you are 1111- fit to join Section B you must produce a medical certificate. The Alternative. "I can't join the Volunteer Battalion," declared Dd. A. Williams, Bigyn Mews. The Ma yor But you must if we stipu- late it. Aid. Griffiths Unless he agrees I shall ask that he he sent to the Army. W illiams I am willing to do whatever I can. The Mayor But you must do whatever we toll you. If we tell you to join Sec- tion B, you must do so or the alternative will he that you will he sent to the Army. The Tribunal placed the man in Section B. !n Section ea I !n Section B. "I ask that this man be sent to the Army," said Ald. Nathan Griffiths when a travelling draper named Jeremiah t.Á J,6 '1 (.4.1 ,t.- .LI. U L,o.. ù. Thomas, of Station road, stepped into the box. Thomas stated that he was a married man and had been passed Class A. The Mayor (to Aid. Griffiths) You must have his case reviewed in the d. 1 1.. or d inary way as he was only given notice to attend to-day to see if he consented to being transferred to the Volunteer Battalion from the V.T.C. I The Tribunal placed Thomas in Sec- tion B. To be Reviewed. John Callaghan, a fishmonger, who had been passed Class A, and was a. married I m111 with no children was also placed in Section B, but Ald. Griffiths said he in- tended having his ease reviewed so as to get him into the Army. i A Feng day's work. Mr. E. Kammerer appeared for G. F. Austin, a wholesale master baker, who had been passed Class A. Replying to Aid. Griffiths, appellant said he had four men in his employ. The Mayor: Have you any objection to joining Section B. P i' Austin I don't see how I can as I am ') I, 1. u. L ..t v 1.. ") so short-handed. Replying to Mr. Kammerer. appellant said he started work at;) a.m. and did not finish until 8 or 9 p.m. The Tribunal ordered Austin to join Section B. A Sarl Case. I Mr. D. G. Rees represented a hutchcr named D. T. James, who said he was passed Class A. He had just buried his wife and child. Ald. Griffiths: It is a sad case, hut I think James could join Section B. Mr Rees said the man's business would not permit this. The man had no ore to assist him now. It was ascertained that James had been before the County Tribunal and in con- sequence no condition could he imposed. Net r.n unmixed blessing. I "Credit trade is not an unmixed bless- ing," observed Ald. Griffiths when J. A. Wells, Station road, said he had a lot of credit trade. W ells: There would be a good manv !:adly clothed if there was no credit trade The Mayor I am not attacking your trade, but can't .you join Section B ? Wells replied that his business would suffer if he did so. The Tribunal placed the man in Section D. Aid. Griffiths: I shall appeal against this man as he should be in the Armv.
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￼ '7" 1-I t. ￼ 7" [, Volunteer Battalion ?, ?, F Battalion Orders by Lieut.-Col. Y\ N. Jones, commanding 1st Batt. Carmar- thens'hirc Vol. Regiment. Week ending 22nd Sept., 1917. j Parades.—Monday, 7..) p.m., N.C.O. ? Class. Tuesday.—ReoruiUng Meeting. Fall in at 7.30 p.m. without rifles. Dress.—Uniform to be worn by those in possession of same. New Patttu'ii Armlets to be worn 1\ those not in possession of Uniforms. Wednesday: Inspection Lieut.-O Si-moll-Nugent, Supervising Officer of Volunteers. Liellt.-Col. Burnell-Nugent will in- speet A and B Companies, at the Drill Hall, on Wednesday, Sept. 19th, Hi17. A and B Companies will parade at the- Drill Hall at 7.15 p.m. sharp. Drcss.- Uniform will be worn by those in posses- sion of same. New Pattern Armlets to be worn by those not in possession of uniform. Thurdsay 7.2o lUlL, Musketry. Dress, plain clothes and new pattern armlets. Friday: 7.25 p.m., Platoon drill. Dress Plain clothes and new pattern armlets. Sections :—Fnrolled Members can enter Sections A. B. and C. by signing Army Form V. 4010, on any of the above Drill Nights, or during the day time at the Temporary Offices of the Battalion. Armlets.—N .C.O.'s and men in posses- sion of Armlets will return same to store at the Drill Hall, Murray street. The Commanding Officer hopes that "Enrolled Members" will make every effort to obtain recruits for the Battalion, so that the necessary numbers required to complete the establishment allocated to Llanelly may be obtained. (Signed) A. G. Thomas, Major, Acting Adjutant 1st Bat. Carm. Vol. Hgt
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I Eich Dyn." I To the Editor of the "Star." Sir, AU "Vejsh scholars will agree with Dr. Gwenogryn Evans' repudiation of the "riell ÐYll" myth. The suggestion that "Ich Dien" stood really for "Eich Dyn" was jocularly made for the first time hy be wis Morris (the great-grandfather of the pcet) in the middle of the eighteenth century, and was never meant to be taken seriously. The real point, however, is not whether "Eich Dyn" should be substi- tuted for "Idl Dien," but whether the heir to the proudest throne in the wcrld shouTd still us a German motto, or wln-ther it would not be more consonant with our national dignity to substitute one more racy of the soil. His Majesty, with a sure instinct, recently discarded -"5i0'>7r'lJ.I" -w. ->. his family name of Wettin, which has been rendered illustrious by a thousand years of fame and power, for the English cognomen of Windsor. Similarly, why should not the Prince of Wales adopt a motto takers from the language of his Principality ? After all, Welsh is a noble and ncient speech, which attained definite literary form and structure be-* fore almost any modern European lan- guage, and Wales is England' s oldest) partner. Yours, etc., W. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS* ?V. LLE-?VELY-N ,T-10"lse of ??Lli.
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