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JIIIItiIol'II7a,- -1 P A' > I r. .i- Prepaid Advertisements I _6'-<0' /I '11. ,t. J:. A HALF-PENNY A WGRD. One Three I Insertion Insertions 12 wordt 0 6 1 0 I 16 words 0 8 1 4  20 words 0 10 1 8 14 words 1 t) 2 0 10 words 1 3 2 6 This applies only to prepaid advertise- ments. Advertisements not paid for when ordared will be charged extra. "Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy. -,he Publishers would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any case they only insert advertisements upon the condition that they do not accept responsibility for in- accuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. 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 any specified issue, or at all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. vaSCE LLAN.EOU S ?TF vou have any YCRITCRE or other JL articles for Sale, write or c?l at Williams' Auction Rooms, Murray street, Llanelly. Goods sold on commission or bought outright. nc"*TANTED Second-hand FURN1TCRE TV 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. AD A ME BRITANNIA, Lady Phys- B-L t I T z l' ic?nomist; satisfaction guaranteed to all; hours 10.30 to 9 p.m.—4, Inker- man street, Llanelly. 5 LEGHORN-WYANDOTTE pullets laid & 630 eggs from November to April alter having Ivarswcod Poultry Spice con- taining ground insects. Packets 2d., 6d" Ij-Phillips and Co., Grocers, Thcmas street, Llanelly. "IT 7 ANTED, information as to the H whereabouts of Miss Mary Coughlan; last heard of at the Stepney Hotel, Llanellv, Carmarthenshire, Wales. —Mrs. Boland, 5, Dorset Place, Dublin. ijiliV i. • WATED, GENERAL-, also young GIRL as Nurse. Apply, 32. Mur- ray street. WANTED HOUSE-PARLOURMAID, tV good wages and comiortable home. Applv, Mrs. Evans, 1, Goring Place.  l SER% -kN-T. W ANTED, good General SERVANT. W Apply, Mrs. Rund?ll. 11, Hall St., Llane lly  WANTED, Gener. SERVANT; gcod \V w<?es. Apply. Mr?. Evans, 60, Stepney street. SITUATIONS. WANTED, LADS or MAN, for r" dow cleaning; ineligible.—Grifnt^s, So, Cleveland Building-. TAILORES3 WANTED; Trousers and T Yes hand; also advanced on Cc?ts. Apply, Jones, Greenfield.  WANTED, at once. Two Young LADIES as Assistants for Boot trade, age 18 to 20. Apply, J. Auckland, Stepney street. r 0*4 BALE F1b oR. tLE,-EY-ES in Pemberton I SL't, At.;)l.. Mervyn D. .J.\ Paton. solicitor, 7, Frederick street, Llanellv. EYEHYTHIXG ill Stock in Household i Jrt-nuiongcry, including Mangles, 'i..lU b- ..1..1' -l.ll.j.6 L4 large r.r i Table Mangles, Lamps and Stoves, Blowers. Fire Guards, Fenuers. and C-ori! Portable Boilers; also Tl" ¡ Bicycles, both Gents and Ladies, all at lowest pr;c.:s. 2 Gents' Bicycles in stock at lowest I SPECIALLY INVITE YOU TO IN^PS'XT MY LARGE STOCK. n. Hughes, Ironmonger, Station Road.   -?OR SALE hv private treaty, DW EL- JL' LING HOUSES, Nos. 30 and 32, Brvnmor road, Llanelly, and Nos. 4 and 5. "Capel terrace, Llanelly. Two-thirds of purchase money advanced if required, at 6 per cent, interest. Apply, Williams, Auctioneer. Murray street, Llaneliy. HOUSE for SALE, 2, New road; seven Rooms, bathroom, etc. Apply above address after o p.m. APARTMENTS WANTED, LODGINGS for respect- r" able working-man; New Dock district. Apply, "Biltor, Star Office. WANTED, comfortable F urnished APARTMENTS for young married couple; in good locality; bath h and c. Apply, W.O., Star Office. f-RNISHED ROOMS to Let; suit j' two married couples; New Dock road. Apply, Star Office. FURNISHED APARTMENTS, with use of Kitchen required by young married couple; must be in respectable locality. Apply, Star Office. WANTED, comfortable LODGINGS for young maa; uear itatlem. Ap- I ply Star Office.   ( I 1!IIIj!p8 ?"? f? Caosi Zion, On SUNDAY EVENINC, DEC. 23 NEXT Commencing at 6 o'clock, a CHORAL SERVICE Ii u.t V ?'?iL "Will be held at the above place. The Choir will perform the Oratorios: Schubert's "SONG OF MIRIAM." and Mendelssohn's 95th psalm, "COME LET US SINC." Soloists: MISS MAY PROTHEROE. MISS LILLA PHILLIPS. MR. TOM WILLIAMS. Pianist Miss ELSIE GRIFFITHS. Organist Mr. W. B. NIELD. Cond uctor: Dr. DAVID de LLOYD, Mus. Bac., B.A. Silver Collections, Money Advanced PROMPTLY AND PRVATELY FROM JE3 upwards on simple note of hand. Reasonable rates, and easiest terms of repayments. Write or call, to— L. GEOFFREY (Formerly trading as L. Benjamin), STRETTON HOUSE, COLLECE SQUARE, LLANELLY. NOTICE. MARGRAVE BROS. !Vli-\f\ ..rfÀ Di\. WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, '?? 'v*?  /'t? ?  "WSEHg)» U v i | r: .r "•. 4^ hmaeP JkgaBss$ MLttw THE WHOLE OF XMAS WEEK FOR SALE OF SPIRITS, Except under Doctor's Certificate. •iris?.*BxzzBtrjtzjnstsacsnzusas ULnnnaa-a itb Tirr.rvCT H. F0UC0YSKY l. Jl V Lll -VlJ 't t.1 Begs to inform the Public that he RE-OPENED with a Large Stock of New and Second-hand i: U' j)i. J iî ;1: ft z BOOTS AND CLOTHING i:)i  ? i 0 Al' 1.? ?L? 1 ri ? ?jt AT "1 ¿ C ç ? ?? < n 'V,tl t. If r 12, Cewell Street (Opposite Mr. Evan Jones, Chemist). :1".mœr.c"A7\ rr szatuu b 'vatvn LLANIOLLY RED CROSS HOSPITAL. A GRAND CONCERT \L.:l 11.1 u \r K £. Will be held at ZWN CHAPEL, LLANELLY (By kind permission of the Trustees) On FRIDAY EVENING, 28th DEC., 1917 Artistes. Miss Tessie Thomas (The Eminent Welsh Violinist). Soprano Miss MAGGIE DAVIES. Tenor Mr. DAVID HARRY, R.A.M. Baritone Mr. DAVID BRAZELL, A.R.A.M. Accompanist Mr. LUTHER OWEN. Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8. Carriages may be ordered for 10 o'clock. Admission: Reserved Seats (Numbered), 4s. and 3s.; First Seats, 2s. Second Seats, Is. Plan of Chapel may be seen and seats booked at Mr Brinley R Jones', Vaughan street, Llanelly. Frank J. Rees, Eon. Secretary. ,.(. J: \I 't 'J '"21'' Jl, ')' O'n' Ij fflOHE SGSS '8"«' | C' \JJ(' t ft. ç' ¡; IS WHAT YOU WANT. I Try-  b resh Ground Green Bone The Great E,-gg Producer. FRESH GROUND GREEN BONE with the adhering meat and gristle, upon j analysis is found to contain the ingredients which go to make up the growing chick, and, in close proportions, the different parts of the complete egg. The Perfectly Fresh Ground Bone that I sell differs from any food ordinarily obtained. It is so rich and succulent, and easily digested, and contains nearly every element necessary for the production of the egg, as well as the formation of bone, muscle, feathers, etc., and to this is due the extraordinary results which I are obtained by those who are already using it. Poultry farmers all over the world agree that young chicks mature much quicker when fed with Fresh Ground Creen Bone. As my supply of this valuable egg producer and food is limited; try a' small quantity at your earliest convenience and see the INCREASE IN YOUR EGG SUPPLY, Then it will pay you to arrange for a regular supply, so that you will not be dis- appointed. For Large Quantities pleas e forward postcard in advance. Orders per post receive pe rsonal and prompt attention. Sold at Fourpence per lb. by W. J. THOMAS, Butcher & Grocer, Corner Shop, New Dock Road, Llaneliy, Also Stall -3 Llanelly Market.  ?tx?.tMa??tS??'?.????.??'?s  ? ? 1????? '? — ? ? NN ? ? ??yM???? ???v??????:/ .?? ?? ? ? aM 1 NIBS TO SUIT EVERY HAND. -w- t e. I p- S ut'ifftl.'U'?IRL Pell Kg Local Depot— NIB-S TO SUIT EVr,,Ry HAND. m ?'t ,-Cal I)epot- QTATION VAUr,14AN STREET, gg ??&E!NtB!SSS???? Gymry, Deweh at y Cymro." | Good Jewellery at Mode rate Charges,  7  r"f,   ,r'<     Ii 1"" nl '1 !t4 l ;i\ W. J. THOMAS;  I k.. '_J 1 ,? ¿1ia, ¿<9 J (TH E MAN OF TH E HOUR), Watchmaker and Jeweller, tj,j' & ¡ Ii I£. IU 'iJ .:C 'j 'l 1 o,J' Is Noted for Choice, Bo autiful, and Really Good Jewellery at Moderate Charges, I AND WATCHES OF PROVED RELIABILITY j WEDDING, KEEPER, and DIAMOND RINGS a Speciality. CHAINS, BANGLES, CHARMS, AND LADIES' TOILET REQUISITES. A Present given with eFPh Lucky I Wedding Ring. SILVER DISHES, CRUETS, etc!, t FOR THE TABLE. SPECIAL TERMS FOR GOLD and SILVER CUPS, WA-T-CHES, CHAINS, MEDALS, BADGES, etc., j FOR PRESENTATION. fi )NSPECT!OM COR 3!ALLY INVITED. I INSPECTION GOR O!ALLY INVITED.  t EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, Park Street j i L TD 9 §! CAB AND CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS, 1 I POSTING AND JOBBING MASTEI{S ? j POSM!NG AN.D JOBBI-?-G MASTERS,  I !m B UndertaIers. ||  !j  a ??? I I ?????r??????? §?°?!! !!? ? FUNERAL FURNISHERS. I e???? r ?JNnur?a?s?n??La???. ? ?  THE TRADE SUPPLIED WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS, I ALL ORDERS will receive our PERSONAL SUPERVISION. 1 | ? Weddihg and Picnic Parties specially Catered for. ? | 8 phone No. 143. Miss M. JAMES, Managing- Director. | j ''< I Stores, Limits I ? At the request of the National War Savings Committee || ? we have pleasure in devoting this space || H to an appeal to you to invest in I" I I NATIONAL I WAR BONDS I I ii 1 =— 1 | It is practical patriotism to buy Ln; It is practical patriotism to buy | ? these Bonds. ?    — ===  I Stepney Street, Llaneliy. I ? -? %?E?' 't&?'? n6r ? t ?B ?'& v ??y t& ?a ?? ?? t 8.t ? ? Staa S!???EB?'&?HBv yt ??? ? JW f ? '? ? 1 I c) í PAWNBROKINC NOTICE. P. SHAFF, 80, STATION ROAD, LLANELLY, Begs to inform the Public of Llaneliy and District that he is prepared to ad- vance Cash on Gold and Silver Jewellery, Clothing, Boots, etc. Also a large stock jf new and second-hand Clothing, Boots, 3tc., for Sale. Paper Tray Cloths, Supper Cloths, and Lace Table Cloths, at all prices.-Star Stationery Stores. THE THREE ESSES.—Star Stationery Stores. Noted for best value. I CORPORATION OF LLANELLY. SEED POTATOES. I The Corporation are prepared to supply Ii Immune Varieties- of Potatoes for plant- ing next sea&on. Application must be made before • Monday, the 24th inst. I Full particulars and forms of applica- tion can be obtained at the Borough Surveyor's Office, Town Hall, Llanelly. I Dish Papers; all sizes; plain, embossed End lace edge. 6id. and 71d. packets, assorted sizes.-Star Stationery Stores. Cruet Papers, suitable for 3, 4, and 6 bottle Cruets; fl4d., 6 £ d., and 7 £ d.— Star Stationery stores. p I M. & E. DAVID, | <;if::j"E-¡:;lY£'1.r.t:{\I': | Stepney Sts*eety | ? Have OPENED their ? ?  ,¡.¡ WI ? ?E???S???? ?F%?? ? ?s. ?L ? S 1 1?^ 1\m mm I Jl mmm I 11 Í'! lo1"J ;"?I'' '#J islillaa i ,fJ .'( I'. t!! \î'l._J' '1'13,. ij<   -41, 7, D f ¡ U fidll D Fine Assortment of k Dolls, Toys, and Fancy Goods. | Fine Assortment of inexpensive Gifts n ? suitable for Presents. 1 In addition there is a heavy stock of || | Drapery? La?ies? & CMMren's I 'I. Coats, Fancy Linens, etc. etc. I I bought before the recent rise in prices. la You will ST U DY ECO N 0 ? Y by makmg your 9 ? purchases here. H | Note the Address lVI, & E. DAVID, I I STEPNEY STREET, LLANELLY. | :;¡¿(tæ'1:.}:g;'<{;j;¡i"i?}l> (Ùf. I I

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