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Prepaid Advertisements A HALF-PENNY A WORD. One Three Insertion Insertions 12 words 0 o. 1 0 I' 16 words 0 8 1 4 20 words 0 10 1 8 24 word* 1 0 2 0 10 words 1 3 2 6 This applies only to prepaid advertise- ments. Advertisements not paid for w hen ordered will be charged extra. The Publishers do not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any specified issue, or all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in I any specified issue, or at all. They also 'I reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, the PublisWs would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any case they only insert advertisemei-its upon the condition that thev do not accept responsibility for in- accuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Second-hand FURNITURE ?? Bicycles, Gramophones, Old Gold and Silver, etcs., etc. In fact, we buy (and .sell) anything that has any value. Whole houses of Furniture bought outright; distance no object.—Silverstone, 35-36, Murray street, Llanelly. BSSRS. M. PASTER, Buyers for ?L Prompt Cash of Cast-oS Clothing, Boots and Shoes, etc.-21, Station road, Llanelly. Send postcard. DOMESTIC SERVANTS. w A-N-TED, young GUlL, between 16 ( and 18; Welsh preferred. Apply, Star Office. WANTED, immediately, NURSE- MAID, not under 18 years of age; comfortable home and good wages to suitable person. Apply, Box 33, Star Office. GOOD General SERVANT Wanted; Galso young Gl, ai NuTse. App)y, Mrs. C. G. Ace. Murray street. WANTED, at oace, experienced GENERAL for a good home; small family; g*od wages. Apply, Mrs. Ivoi- Wilfiams, Brig-y-don, Old rd., Llanelly. WANTED, a NURSE GIRL, from S to 3 daily. Apply, Star Offioe. WANTED, by respectable V;cman, Offices to clean, or daily work. Apply, Star Office. WANTED immediately, a re?pc?tt ble w DAY GIRL, about 16. Apply,- "Wingfield," 12, Coldstream street. GOOD General SERVANT Wanted. Apply, Mrs. Randeil, Hall street, Llaaelly. WANTED, a good GENERAL. Ap- ply, Mrs. Gwilym Price, 4, Goring road. -1T7ANTED, a young GIRL, 16 to 18; able to Milk. A14ply Mrs. Williams, Pen-y-fan, Llanelly. Utr ANTED, good GENERAL; willing to assist in Bar; two in family.— Mrs. Hughes, Bryn terrace Hotel. WANTED, a GENERAL. Apply Mrs J. Whittington, 10, Great Western Crescent. SITUATIONS. WANTED, immediately, LADY AS- SISTANT for Drapery and Boots; Welsh desirable; Union rate 01 wages paid to competent person. Apply not later than Wednesday, October 10th. giving full particulars to Committee Co- operative Society, Burry Port. "INTELLIGENT GIRL. aged Ii, re- quires situation in Office; no ex- perience; willing to learn. Apply, D.T., Star Office. T -j "ITTANTED, inmuV.hti'-] X i STOKERS AND General LABOURERS Apply, Llanelly Gas Co. TO LET.—MISCELLANEOUS. N '?REHO -USE at Sta- TO LET, large WAREHOUSE at Sta- tion road, Burry Port; suit any business. Apply, T. Davies, Cloth Mart, Burry Port. BUILDING LAND TO LET; 999 years -° Lease; within 2 minutes from tram terminus Felinfoel; no borough rates. Apply, Evan Thomas, Westfa, Llanelly. TO LET—BUILDING LAND, Ty'rfran -L side of Pare Howard. For full particulars, apply Messrs. Roderick and Richards, Solicitors and Es.tate Agents, 2a, Thomas street, Llanelly. t OR 8AÏE, FOR SALE.—FARM, 40 acres, Mid- reader!able offer refused. B«;v. mug street, Llanoily. TYPEWRITERS; Yost, Remington, ..1. 1. l.1.l.L. .1 _v' b 'IL.I., and other makes for Sale, cheap- 43, Albert street, Llanelly. FOR SALE, Pekingese DOG (prize- winner). Apply, 16, Christopher street, Llanelly. I 7vi OTOR BICYCLE for Sale, 3* h.p., l'J.. in perfect condition. Apply.— "Cycle," Star Office. XI OR SALE, several useful PONIES, 3 to 5 years old; reasonable price.— Wilkins, 16, Goring road. EVER YTHING in Stock in Household 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 YOU TO INSPECT MY LARGE STOCK, D. Hughes, Ironmonger, Station Road. APARTMENTS. rpwo Furnished ROOMS Vacant, Glen- alia district. Apply "Towey," Star Office. TWO Unfurnished ROOMS to Let, for young married couple. Apply, E.T. Star Office. ANTED Comfortable APART- MENTS for gentleman; use of bath. State terms and particulars to Box 2, Star Office. mo LET, near Market, Bedroom and — Sitting Rooms; suit young lady. Write "Rooms," Star Office. OITTING and Bedroom, suitable for — married couple and gentleman dining out. Apply, Star Office. LOST AND FOUND. "VTTTLL the Person who picked wp a HANDBAG in Vint's Palace on Wednesday, Sept. 26th, please return to the owner whose name and address will be foixid on card inside, or to Star Office. Finder rewarded. It's a long, Song way TO 90 TO FIND A CHEAPER PLACE FOR —— Writing Padsi THAN THE Star StationeryStores VAUGHAN STREET. <84 Commercial School '0 ARCADE CHAMBERS, LLANELLY. Re-opening1 After Summer Vacation. AUGUST 27th, 1917. COMMERCIAL TRAININC at the abovo School is directed by Experts. Courses include:— HIGH SPEED IN SHORTHAND. TOUCH TYPEWRITING. BOOK-KEEPING. COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC. BUSINESS METHODS. COMMERCIAL CORRESPONDENCE. LANGUAGES. Over 100 positions in Llanelly and dis- trict for this year up to date. Banks, Corporations, Professional and Commercial Houses are still making in- quiries. DAY AND EVENING CLASSES. For further particulars, apply the Head- master, Mr. E. T. Rees, or the Head- mistress, Mips L. M. Baries. Stop! and Read this." THEN ENTER FOR THE ￼ r ?Q?'???yQ ￼ Gi and Carnival Which will be held On October 20th, 1917, (Weather permitting). In Aid of the Ladies' V.A.D. Detachment and the St. John Ambulance Brigade. 8 JrDGES :-Ir. E. M. Dickens, Miss Davies, Lakefield School, Mr. and Mrs. 8 W. T. Morris, Mr. Owen (Owen and Bowser), Mrs. Gollingridge, Mr. and 6 ili-s. Williams, Plas, Llanxon. I PROGRAMME. § PROCi=:AMME. 1st 2nd Entrance- I » d s d Fee I 1. Best Equestrian If 6 5 0 1 0 2. Best Trade Exhibit 21 0 10 6 2 0 1 3. Tableaux 21 0 10 6 2 0 8 I' 4. Gents' Comic Band (not less than if in number) 15 0 7 6 2 0 | 5. Ladies' Fancy Costume 10 8 50 063 6. Ladies' Humorous Costume 10 6 5 0 0 6 I 7. Keystone Policeman. 7 6 36 0 6 8. Children's Tableaux (not more than 10 in iamrsbei-) 10 fi 5 0 1 0 I 9. Boys' Fancy Dress (under 16 years of age) 7 6 3 6 0 6 1 Humorous Dress do. 7 6 3 6 0 C 11. Impersonation of "John Bull" 10 6 5 0 0 6 jj 12. Kirls' Fancy Dress (under 16 years of age) 7 6 3 6 0 6 1 13. Girls' Humorous Dress do. 7 6 3 6 0 6 1 | 14. Ladies' Comic Band (not less thanl2 in number, for I J Munition Workers only) 15 0 7 6 2 0 jj | 15. Impersonation of Charlie Chaplin. 5 0 2 0 0 6 | jj 16. Gents' Fancy Dress 10 6 50 1 0 1 5 17. Gents' Humorous Dress 10 6 a 0 1 0 § | 18. Best Humorous Dress (confined to wounded soldiers a only) 7 6 3 6 Free. | J | 19. Boys' Comic Band ,under 14 years of age, not less < than 10 in number) 10 6 5 0 1 0 I | 20. Best Decorated Bicycle or Motor Cycle 10 6 5 0 1 0 1 I Best Collector, Boy or Kirl (under 14 years of age) 2 6 1 63rdl 0 p Best Collector. Lady or Kent 5 0 2 6 I An additional Prize of 5s. will be given to the Lady or Gent., who collects the highest amount ever 8 jj ROUTE.—Town Hall, Station Road, Ann Street, Wcrn Road, William St., f I Park Street, Vaughant Street, West End, Coleshill Terrace, Town Hall Square | I Stepney Street, Market Street, Murray Street to Drill Hall. For further particulars, and Entries, apply to the Joint J enerl Secretaries jj | Mr. W. J. Evans, 45, Coldstream St., Llanelly, and Mr. E. D. Jenkins, | I £ danm?r Founds'. a iJ .?. ￼ ￼ ?S?????t??ESS???ms??&?S??????? Peglerr'Stores 1 ? Ltd., Lianelly. 1 s THE FIRM THAT LOWERS PRICES FIRST. 1 ? Make Peglers' Stores Your Sugar 1 ? ?? *i ￼ Retailer. I ? Under Lord Rhondda's Scheme, the | ? Food omce will issue a SUGAR CARD gj ￼ to each Householder after the 5th 1 ? October. § ? The Scheme does not Snally come in- g to operation until the 30th December. j| ? Householders must register with j| ? their Grocer or Provision Merchant, S I and leave with him a portion of the || Card issued by the FoodOSiee. |j ? Householders are free to select their I ? Own Grocer or Provision Merchant ft I | Feelers' Stores, Ltd., welcome Lord 1 Rhondda's Scheme, and will do all in || ? their power to make it a success. S Peglers' Stores, Ltd., have now jS opened at each of their Branches a | register for the names and addresses I of their customers. ■ ? Householders should now registep i N their names and addresses at the g j nearest Branch. H Bring your Card to Peglers' Stores, Ltd., 1 ? as soon as you receive it. I PeglersStores B g P,Ier.s | Ltd. Llanelly. EVERY MOTHER SAYS that Gower's Our Babies' SSuw, yU\ ur a..1 p Mixi? ,00.J i' ¿' r. V 1. Is the Best and Safest Medicines for Wind, Gripes, Restlessness, &e. FISST DOSE RELIEVES I TRY IT 7 £ d. per BOTTLE. jold only by John Gower, M.P.S., (from London and Cheltenham), 'The People'a Chemist, 14, Vaughan Street, Llanelly. Paper Tray Cloths, Supper Cloths, and I Lace TabJe Cloths, at an prices.-Star Stationery Stores. Money Lent. DAVID DAVIDSON FINANCIER, Makes Cash Advances Privately and promptly from £ 3 upwards to respectable householders at reasonable rates of interest. Distance no object. Eaey repayments to suit convenience of borrowers. Mortgages arranged. Apply person lly or by letter to The Manager, CLIFTON HOUSE, Queen Victoria Road, LLANELLY. 66 Gymry, Deweti at y Cymro." Good Jewellery at Mode rate Charges, ,,¡ If/ ) j' W. j. THOMAS )\ ,ff. W j). 1 j !??.? l"IQ7¡ ￼ ) (THE MAN OF THE HOUR), ￼ ￼ t ?'T????? ?? ?? s ￼ ?? J ? ??? ??AV ??? ?? ? ??s y Jo- wcl'er, Is Noted for Choice, Beautiful, and Really Good Jewellery at Moderate Charges, AND WATCHES OF PROVED RELIABILITY WEDDING, KEEPER, and DIAMOND RINGS a Speciality. CHAINS, BANGLES, CHARMS, AND LADIES' TOILET REQUISITES. A Present given with each Lucky Wedding Ring. SILVER DISHES, CRUETS, etc., FOR THE TABLE. SPECIAL TERMS FOR GOLD and SILVER CUPS, WATCHES, CHAINS, MEDALS, BADGES, etc., FOR PRESENTATION. INSPECTION COR DIALLY JNVITED. 'r'?.?'T" ?'? ¡"'oJ ￼ EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, Park Street L ?. w, 6 4 & ?U?Li?U?t?O? ??i? !jli???. OUR DAY. A FLAO DAY A ?srL? ?.?? /? D A Y To be held by the LADIES' FLAG DAY COMMITTEE (President: Lady Howard). On October the 13th, Proceeds to he given to the Red Cross I working Overseas. This movement has the best wishes of the King, Queen, and Queen Alexandra. Red Cross expenditure and good works of every kind havo recently risen to a level of £ 250,000 a month, and the money is spent in minimising suffering. To buy and wear a Red Cress emblem ?n October 1st will be an outward sign I iN I 't ,,u -u o-Liti? s'g-n of sympathy. PRIZE DRAWING. DRAWING for Jchn Parker farther postponed to November 3rd, for re- -urn of books and duplicates.—. J. Morris, Secretary. j Cruet Papers, suitable for 3, 4, and 8 j bottle Cruets; 4^d., 6 £ d., and 7 £ d.— j Star Stationery Stores. No. Name. Age. Address. Group or Class. 1 JWAES, P. 31 41 or 7, New Dock road, Llanelly. C. 12 2 Walsh, M. 32 56, New street, Burry Port C 13 3 McKenna, T. 23 43, Coronation road, Llanelly C 4 4 Baker, John 31 London House, Thomas street, Llanelly. C. 12 o Hester, AVin. Ernest 32 Mowberry and Co., Contractors, H.M. Factory, Hereford G. 13 G Burlison, R. M. :2- 27, Bridge road, Saltley ••• G. 9 7 Hill, A. 42 G, Park street, Llanelly, or 45, Biddulph road, Tunstall, Staffs. G. 46 8 Quam, Anthony 24 17, Nevill street, Llanelly C. 5 9 Griffiths, M. 2, East Cottage, Burry Port 10 Galvin, Jerry 37 31, Dolau road, Llanelly C. IS 11 Doyle, Pat 37 31, St. David's street, Llanelly C. IS 12 White, Charles 3G 7, Colby road, Burry Port G. 40 13 Lewis, Reuben 35 Llanacron, Pembrcy • G. 39 14 Hull, Albert 40 3, Market Place, Llanelly C. 21 15 Li'(' John 42 p, 'Western street, Swansea G. 23 I C, Humphreys, John 38 3, Sand field row, Burry Port G. 19 17 Messenger, Cecil 28 19, Parkyminos"street, Burry Port C. 19 I a-,iy of above-named is invited to do so, either peisonaliy or by letter, to the neare-st Recruiting Officer. The names of the individuals giving such information will on no account be disclosed.
ECONOMY IN BREAD. I It has now become abundantly clear that the reduction in the price of the loaf is being ;,('d by many people not to economize v .heir expenditure, but to increase their consumption of bread. We need hardly say that it was never in- tended for that purpose except in the case of the very poor or of families with many young children,, who require much bread and were unable to buy enough for their legitimate needs. If this continues, one of two things is bound to happen. Either supplies must be increased or there will not be enough to go round. But supplies are not going to be increased; the prospect, indeed, is that they will be diminished in the future.. The inevitable conclusion is that the aggregate con- sumption must not be inoceased, and if people will not control it- themselves, it must be controlled for them. Unless therefore, we exercise the strictest economy in the use of broad, the natioll will have to be rationed. It will be a thousand pities if, through selfish thoughtlessness, this course is forced upon the Government. A system of rationing is repugnant to the traditions of Britain, but if people will not econom- ize, what are the Government to do ? A campaign is now to be inaugurated to en- force once again the necessity for con- serving our supplies of flour. It will probably have some effect. Intelligent and decent people will pay attention to it, but those who have paid no attention before—and they are tho great majority— will pay none now. They will go and buy just as much bread as they please. If challenged, they will argue—as, indeed, they are already doing—that there must be plenty of bread or the price would not have been lowered. FUTURE OF OUR STEEL TRADE. I The settlement of the strike at the Llanelly Steel Works is a. matter of pro- found satisfaction to the town. The stoppage of operations at a time like the present, when so considerable a portion of the output is used by our gallant French Allies, caused a painful impression in the community. There must be no re- petition of this unfortunate state of things, and we trust that whatever grievances the men may have, they will refrain from taking rash measures "on their own," biru use the powerful in- fluence of the great Trade Union to which they belong. The future of the steel trade in the town and in the country as a whole is now engaging the attention of a committee appointed by the Iron and Steel Institute. In a valuable report just submitted by the committee, the opinion is expressed that, if the steel trade of Britain is to hold its own in open competition with the other steel-produc- ing countries of the world, it will be necessary, amongst other changes, to have a Central Board to which all orders will go, and from whence the work will be allocated to the different works according to their ability to do it. This would save the enormous amount of capital at pre- sent locked up in stocks of rolls. Many works have rolls for practically all the British standard sections, and change the rolls as required to suit orders. If, on the other hand, the orders were sent from a Central Board, mills could he kept on the work allocated to them for long periods, thus reducing the amount of roll- changing and also the cost of production. It would also enable works to roll only such material for which their mills and plant are best adapted. It is clear to the committee that the one outstanding feature which has been revealed by their work, so far as it has gone, has been the ejiciting or the almost unanimous opinion that, if the steel industry in this country is going to maintain its position, it must be by some great broadening of our com- mercial organizations that would lead to economics far and away outweighing anv other element in the situation, and Jong ago realized and adopted by our foreign competitors. THE SUCAR TIME TABLE. Another stage in the Food Controller's scheme for regulating the distribution of sugar will be completed to-day. Octeber 6th' is the last day on which abdications from the public for sugar-cards should be received by the local food committees. The registration of retailers is already complete, and since last Monday only registered shopkeepers have been en- titled to sell sugar. So far as is known, few local food committees have yet issued any sugar cards to the householders in its district, but the cards are in the hands of the committees and the issue of them may be begun, at their discretion, as soon as their arrangements- are suffi- ciently advanced. The last day fixed for the distribution of the cards is> October 26th. Before November 6th the house- holder should take his card to the trades- man from whom he desires to buy his sugar, and by whom a part of the card will be retained" in order that the cards may form a baiflfc for the allocation of supplies among the retailers. Thereafter the householders on each trades man'alist, will probably be given a preference over would-be sugar purchasers not on that list; but as the scheme amounts to a complete reorganization of the existing method of sugar distribution it will not be finally effective until the last day of the year, when the registered customer will have an absolute right to preference' over the unregistered. Some idea of they immensity of the detailed work involved in the scheme may be gathered from the fact that 56,500,000 forms, cards, posters- and other printed documents have been; circulated in connection with it by the Ministry of Food and the local com- mittees. BOMBINC GERMAN TOWNS. In his masterly speech on Thursday, General Smuts made it clear why the War Cabinet have been forced to adopt the policy of bombing German towns. The object of raiding Germany is nttt merely to protect our own people by drawing off the German airmen to defend their own country. There is another and equally important, if not more important, reason. Briefly, the object is, in the words of: Herr Haussmann, "to paralyze the enemy's war spirit"; to make the Germans, realize that their Kaiser and his military des- potism are una ble to give them security, and that to obtain peace they must alter their aims, methods, and politics. Noth- ing is more likely to break down their spirit than scaring this race of bullies by mears of air raids. The scenes enacted by aliens in the Underground Railway in London during these recent raids support this opinion. The importance of breaking their "moral" was never greater than now when von Euhknann is assuring the Germans of their strength and internal security, and the rest of the world that the unity of the German people, German Parliament, and German rulers on ques- tions of high policy is complete, and: that "a united Germany never can be beaten." Time will show the falsity of all this if only we will raid Germany extensively" and incessantly whilst hostilities, con- tinue, and boycott her, under the ban of 'IeiCl—u ?un?'s resolution of -? ? last, fnr n long p. after the termination of the war.
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Clarke's the Man. Tremendous crowds visited the Llanelly Cinema to see the picture of Saturday's great reception to Sergt. Ivor Rees, V.C. Many, many familiar faces are shown on the screen, and it is most ? ??sti? ng ?to recognize them. Clarke is Xto hST,tQ~- 7 «s ?-?i« :+:. ????? From ￼ next ?eek a picture ??to ￼ West to H.?,i/ ￼ '?'? ?- titled, "A MnmV 'S screene d en- titled, "A ??nn;. ? ?'? Romance." The artistes in picture ?-- ? the best, ?r"' ? '?-? P?.ture ,?-usbVeis?t Hopson ^he heroine, J'in? whilst by the kind nerirn* ? ? A. Whitehead, of the °f A" hwd Aircraft Co ?? C88r*- Wh^- most inf,?, ,,?,? Mr n, ee ? most intrepid airman, 1fr. H. Syke< In this n!m, which eht ? ??? ?. ?' ""? -? c?te?t, ? expect the local ??ion workers will l0CaI ™Bnition o-0 to ,vatch tws ￼ F • pretty o. Fatty's ?r"—?'?,?" a Ctoema" 2. also be seen r, rom I'll v t fine lie drama, is hilled. "Tilly AVak-es ?p" ?n cause m:my ?arty laugh, and "The Trail ? ? ?' a classy dr.mn. and "The T. ￼ „ Lonesome Pill" is part of an ?cell"e?°" programme. The hall is Open daily from 2.30 to 10.30 p.m. .v. Jf