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n.vmMr.r -Tumuji ma mc*xm Prepaid Advertisements A H A -F-P cMN Y A V/ORD, One Three Insertion Insertions words 0 6 1 8 Ie word. 0 8 1 4 00 word. 010 D:8 1 8 124 w ords 1 0 2 0 10 words 13 2 6 This applies only to prepaid advertise- ments. Advertisements not paid for when ordered will be charged extra. The Publishers do not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any .pecufed issue, or all, and will not be liable for -nY loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified issue, or at all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, the Publishers would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. b. any ease they only insert advertisements upon the condition that thev do not accept responsibility for in- accuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. ￼ M1CELL}v'U-:OU8. w- s- NTED Second-hand FURNITURE W Bicycles, Gramophones, Old Gold and Silver, etc. etc. In f J.0, we buy (a:r..(l sell) anything that has any value. Whole houses of Furniture bought otitright; distance no object.-Silverstone, 35-36, Murray street, Llanelly. 0 LEGHORN-WYANDOTTE pullets laid v 630 eggs. from November to April after having Ivarswcod Poultry Spice con- taining ground insects. Packets 2d., 6d., \j.%—Phillips and Co., Grocers, Thomas street, Llanelly. NURSE HAMER wishes intending ? patients to note change of Address: "Elingrove," Robinson terrace, Llanelly. WANTED to Buy a Small Business, or house central; particulars, write "Business," Star Office. ANTED, HOUSE, 10s. to 12s. weekly; central; 1;1 for key. Write W., Star Office. DOMESTIC SEBYANTS. WANTED, at once good General SERVANT; small family. Apply Box 8, Star Office. SERVANT WANTED. Apply, Mrs. Lewis, Llwydcoed, Coleshill terrace, Llanelly. WANTED, good General SERVANT; 'V for business house. Apply, D.H., Star Office. WANTED, a COOK GENERAL; no washing; wages £ 30. Apply, Mrs b' b Spowart, Cairnsmuir. WANTED, a COOK-GENERAL; small family, good wages, no wash- ing; soldier's wife would suit. Apply- Mrs. Spowart, Cairnsmuir. WANTED, good General SERVANT. Apply, M. Rees, White Hall, Llan- elly. w ANTED, COOK-GENERAL. Ap- ply, Mrs. Gwilym Williams, Iscoed, Mitia street, Llanelly. BIT CATIONS. -ART BOY Wanted, age from 14 to 16, as an Improver to picture framing.-I. Benjamin & Co., Murray st. DRAPERY.-Wanted Young LADY ASSISTANT, able to serve through. Apply, W. H. Lewis, York House, Step- .ney street. YOUNG LADY Wanted for the picture — and wallpaper business. —I. Benjamin and Co., Murray street. -_u- WANTED, private TUTOR for Ad- vanced Book-keeping one night Y?er week. Ap?r" Box 7, Star Off1ce. WANTED, at cncc, gocd ERRAND BOY. -p'?y, P:?h Br?s.,CowpU street, Llanelly. Wf ANTED, a smart Errand GIRL. W; ;l:.aaSg:: I e, WANTED, at once, 2 Young LADIES Ii as Assistants for boot trade; age 18 to 20. Apply, J. Auckland, Stepnaf street. ESSRS. W. KNOYLE and Son have — a vacancy fo ra young LADY Assist- ant. Apply 4, Cowell street, Llanelly. WANTED an APPRENTICE to the Ironmongery trade; splendid op- portunity to learn all branches of the trade. Apply personally to T. P. Jones, South Wales Stores, Llanelly. ~n~LET. —MI SCE LL A NE 0 U a. TO LET—BUILDING LAND, Ty'rfran JL side of Pare Howard. For full particulars, apply Messrs. Roderick and 1-iichards, Solicitors and Estate Agsnts, 2a, Thomas street, Llanelly. FOR SALE. FOR SALE, at Williams' Sale Rooms, Murray street, Llanelly, on Thurs- day next, November 1.5th, at 2 p.m., Dresser, Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Roll Top Desk, Chest Upon Chest, Side- boaral. Overmantels, Tables, Chnirs, Couches, Commodes, Baby's Chairs, Bed- room Suites, Odd Wardrobes, Bedstead s, Bedding, Crockery, Books, Kitchen Utensils, Sewing Machine, etc. HOUSE for SALE in College Hill. Apply 3, College Hill. EVERYTHING in Stock in Household .:J 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. W ANTED three unfurnished ROOMS, r central; with use of bath (1 child). Reply by letter terms, G.L., Star Office. y OUNG COUPLE require ROOMS; furnished or unfurnished, with homely people; New Dock road or Dolau road. Write Box M.S., Star Office. WANTED Comfortable APART- MENTS for gentleman; use of hath. State terms and particulars to Box 2, Star Office. /COMFORTABLE ROOMS for two | co: 'lc:s:llt 7s I trict. Apply, M., Star Office. | /COMFORTABLE Furnished APAIIT- -? MENTS -requimd for married couple (no family), near town. Apply X., Star Office, Liauclly. COMFORTABLE LODGINGS for two young ladies; in good locality. Apply, W., Star Office, Llanelly. W ANTED, immediately, small Fur- nished HOUSE in good locality; proper care guaranteed; no children. Apply, "Local," Star Office. TO LET, Two well furnished ROOMS, — use of bathroom and kitchen in good locality. Apply, Box 44 Star Office. WANTED, two Unfurnished ROOMS, near Station road district. Apply rolli d (T i,tr i (,t. ApT,)Iv Star Office. ￼ YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN, no chil- dren, husband away, would like another in same position to share rooms with her; shop assistant not objected to. I Apply, Star Office. W ANTED, to Purchase a Small HOUSE;-neighbourhood Town Hall, Lloyd street, or Vittoria street district. Reply "Urgency," Star Office. <8>$ Commercial School ARCADE CHAMBERS, LLANELLY. Re-opening After Summer Vacation. AUGUST 21th, 19.17. COMMERCIAL TRAININC at the above 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, Miss L. M. Davies. "Z«tf¡J8I8WK.7 YOU should join a War Savings Association for your Country's sa ke and your own. TH ERE Ís no safer or more 1 t profitable way to save than by investing in 1 5/6 WarSavings Certificates. Ask your fellow- k I 1 b wor k er who is already buying them how satisfactory it is to know that the amount invested is constantly anJ automatically increasing year after year. Your Country now needs every penny you can led to her. Will you join an Association today ? In the days to come you will be glad you did. ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WAR S&YINGS COMMITTEE (Appointed by His Majesty's Treasury") Salisbury Square London, E.C. 4, A. ¡¡' ø" !y, V E' ? Are y c, i-i a WAR SAVER.? :&j ?;¡'JVi. i r ¡¡j !19 r.wrM7.)j,! n n I' 1'\ 1 ..1 Ul!.JJ úqllieS ([a sea Awe I LTD. I CAB AND CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS, LTD" t? POSTING ND JOBBING MASTBBS, 1 .L () :i.l: 1..r ,1." !\í .T Iv. 0 j:.i.il'(, U nderts.kers I I JS?IMLM??a&??L???!B ? ??????EL?sL ?????"iM L <?e?? ? ? tBmjN! C :;1', .]; ￼ F ￼ S ￼ 7E F U r4 r,9 A F li, P-i N 13 H R S. I THE TRADE SUPPLIED WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS, I I ALL () !e:3, wUl receive our PERSONAL SUPERVISION. ?.ddiug and Picnic Parties spsci&?y Catered for. 1 '\J'I" U ,rr JAM"C'S M D. t I 1 Phone No. H- Miss M, JAMES, Managing Director. 1 I ¡ VisumMwtii IF i» 1'aE;¡¡¡Bll_-11Ii. ¡ i I I THIS SPACE IS RESERVED | ￼ FOR I PECLER'S STORES LTD. J H. POLICOVSKY Begs to inform the Public that he RE-OPENED with a Large Stock of New and Second-hand BOOTS AND CLOTHING AT 12, Cowell Street (Opposite Mr. Evan Jones, Chemist). ATHENAEUM HALL LLANELLY. Grand I. Eisteddfod. „ HMHUI i||Ml HI I !■ IIIIIHMimiJ.il 1MB .llUmiUJU SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1917. Under the auspices of the Attested Married Men's Association. Programmes now ready, to be obtained from the Hon. Secretary, W. J. HUGHES, 38, Burry Street, Llanelly. ?—" ￼ r- ￼ —-?? ? —? ?— A Fri PD?s ? Laven er' /??????<'?? Sachet /S§S??????????? ? J II || Amongst the 21 charming varieties of g ?——?. ? ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ I 1 ? ? TOILET ￼ v$ ?i you will be sure to find your favourite perfume, ￼ ? and of these FRIPP'S ? SWEET LAVENDER ? ? calls for special 111ention for its bithful ? rendering of this dainty Old English perfume. VMg i • As a souvenir we will send to the first 1000 ~xk ?? r i • • • ??? ? ai pph. canLs q? ui!e free a daintv sachet coM:?iiitE? b ??'. ? 1 r\\i/V apimeaiicS crjiic iree a clamtv ^aciiet A \}\ 1 .I ? real lavender. Sm'ply write a postcnrd addressed as below, and be siire to add your ? M dea l cr's name an d a d (ire-?zs. -j ? f ?-? <1 ? CHRlSTR. THOMAS &SKOS. LTD.. ?'?'?"j) ￼ "¡.¡r.õYT'l:-Yr?r; 1. :> r t
RE-STATINC OUR WAR AIMS. t The debate initiated by the pacifists in the Honso of Commons on Tuesday sowed civ ocJ purpose. It provied Mr. Dalfour aud Mr. Asquith with another opportunity of re-stati:ng in unequivocal terms what it is that we are fighting for. Our aims arc the aims which Mr. Asquith | laid down at the Guildhall three years ago, and which Mr. Balfour repeated in more detail in the dispatch covering the Allies' reply to Mr. Wilson's inquiries. There is nothing "imperialistic" or vin- dictive about them. They ase so well known that it is superfluous to go through them in detail. The important point on which Mr. Balfour and Mr. Asquith lay stress is that, while they in- clude the restoration of Belgium, of Serbia, of Alsace-Lorraine, and of other territory wrongfully held by the Central Powers, they must be looked upon as a whole. We mean to free Europe from the domination of Prussian militarism, and to enable the nations to live under the kind of government they desire. There is not the slightest sign that the German Government or the German people are at present disposed to negotiate on the basis of this change. It is the Central Powers, anJ not the Allies, who refuse to disclose their war aims—even in their reply to the Pope's Note. There is no use in gotting diplomatists to sit round a green table until some measure of agreement exists betwe<?ja the Govern- ments who instruct them. STEEL TRADE EXPANSION. Nothing has been mere remarkable during the last three years; than the ex- pansion of our iron and steel trade. The war, as has been pointed out, has in- vested steel with a new and sinister in- fluence. It has become one of the most important articles required for munitions and other warlike purposes, and there is no doubt that after the war, the world's appetite for steel will be keener tL:n even. The shortage of ships and railways will have to be made good, and other developments will add enormously to the demand. In the Llanelly district, it is satisfactory to note that important ex- tensions have been carried out at local works. The primary purpose has been to secure a Lrge amd regular output of steel for shell making. Thanks to this enterprising policy, local manufacturers have been able to supply large quantities of steel to the French Government. Measured merely by tonnage, our nation- al steel output, which was about seven millions tons a year when war broke out, now exceeds ten million tons, and will shortly reach twelve millions. More has been done to modernize, organize, and specialize our steel and o-iigineering in- dustries during these three years of war that was accomplished in tho last 30 years of peace. Add to that tha specially high degroes of quality and finish re- quired for munitions, compared with ordinary products, and it will be seen that hardly any word s could exaggerate the improvements that have been effected in spite of the heavy enlistments of skilled workers. Old works have been refitted, new ones built up q,- tlid hundied acres, skilled workers have speeded up, vast numbers of unskilled j have become efncient, and our manufac- turers arc learning to c.-opr':¡"t. ior in- creased and economical production, whilst far-reaching methods are being planned and adopted for obtaining more trade abroad when the abnormal demand for munitions ceases. "DOWN TOOLS," I The workmen of the New Pool Colliery voted for "down tooh;" b-y a majority of 107. Eight voted against. South Wales has clone well in the matter of the TI-ic, majority is over- whelming. The patriotism of the colliers ias Únt-aincd trnd r«-«W3«Bfei ihelf. Hut, here and ,there, are black spots. What will these people say when "the boys come home ?" We do not know what the cause or causes actuating the advocacy of "down tools" rt New Pool may be, but whatever the a: ..se the is deplorable. The Empire fighting for j its very life,-and the life of others; j Russia in a state of tremendous chaos, Italy suffering from an overwhelming de- feat, the Statesmen of the Allies bearing a burden greater than that ever shouldered by any body of men; the mass of' the nation working and fighting for victory; every home in the land (almost) feeling the great personal tragedies which make up the inevitable concomitants of the arbitrament of war; the food situa- tion serious, industry troubled;—yet, in face of all this, New Pool-strangely and bowilderingly (with a few others) de- clares for "down tools." What a situa- tion We wonder what the "down- i toolites" think-on sober reflection, if they are capable of it. Their voting does j aot suggest they ere, We hope there is a proper—if hiddenxplanation. Is there ? If not-then there are sackcloth f and ashes.
IA Dangerous Practice
I A Dangerous Practice r r BOYS AND THE ELECTRIC CARS. Edgar Griffiths, 22, Havelock street, and Willie Jones, 24, Havelock street, proceeded against at the Juvenile Court on Thursday for mounting an electric car whilst the sarae. was in motion on October 29th. Inspector Arnold said the defendants were not passengers. Children were in the habit of jumping up behind the cars and rendering themselves liable to serious accidents. Appeals had proved useless, and the Company were therefore obliged to institute these proceedings. The Presding Magistrate: Isn't it a. fact that a serious accident happened in Station road the other day ? Witness: Yes, and claims for compen- sation have been received. Tho Presiding Magistrate said the Company were right in taking the pro- ceedings, and the Bench were determined to assist them in suppressing the danger- ous practice, but in this case thQ 4oym would be dismissed on payment of 2s 6d each towards the costs.
<?? E. HAWKINS, THE London TypeSpecialist Begs to inform you that he has OPENED A RECEIVING OFFICE AT York Chambers, TOWM HALL SQUARE, for Tube Repairs, Vulcanising and Tyre Re-treading. Inquiries Invited. Price lists on application. Head Offico and Works: DUKE STREET, SWANSEA.
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it v ■ ■ I HUS;ND" At"W;E. 1 Ada Emma Parry, Penyware, at the Polico Court on, Thursday applied to vary a maintenance order made against her husband, Chas. Geo. Perry, Upper Robinson street^ who in a cross-summons asked that the order should be discharged The case was heard at a previous Court, and the Magistrate (Mr. H. D. Evans) in giving tho decision, said the Banoh wro ohli,,r(!,Jtta refuse the dis- chaise of the order as they had come to the colieinson that the charge of adultery wa,s not proved. It would be inequitable to discnarge the order on the grounds that had been resumed. Re- garding the application of the wife the order would bo increased from 12s. 6d. to. los. per week.
Young Lady Agents Are required in Munition Factories and other Works where Female-Labour is em- ployed, to obtain MEMBERS and COL- LECT MONIES for the CLOTHING CLUB of a well-known local DRAPERY Firm. Also Agent* for Llane% 3^4 District. Good Commission tp S:uible' perMns.. Apply by letter to Box 288, 8taf Office.
A YOUTHFUL CUV FAWKES.
A YOUTHFUL CUV FAWKES. A young disciple of Guy Fawkes named Edward Davias, 16, Cambrian street, was prosecuted at the Juvenile Court oa Thin sdax for Jotting off firework. in Cambrian street on November 5th. P. C. Jones (Docks) sakl the deleudnurt threw fireworks into the road while peoplo v.-tisv- pass.ag. The Bench dismissed the case on pay- ment of 2s.Gd. towards the costs.