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Prepaid Advertisements. MISCELLANEOUS. A HALF-PENNY It WORD. I A HALF-PENNY A WORD. FURNITURE.—If you have any Furni- Jf ture for sale, write or call at Williams' Sale Rooms, 33, Murray street, Llanelly. Goods bought outright or sold en commission. HOUSES.-Do you want to buy or tell a house; if you do, call or write. Several houses for sale privately; money Xidvanoed to purchasers.-T. Williams, Auctioneer, 33, Murray street, Llanelly. WANTED Secondhand FURNITURE, l V v Bicycles, Gramophonea, Old Gold and Silver, etc., etc. In fact we buy (and aeIl) anything that has any value. Whole houses of furniture bought outright; dis- tance no object.— Silverstone, 35-36, Murray street, Llanelly. /-J A WEEKLY will purchase a 0 E250 House on easy terms; early possession. Cheaper than paying rent.—"Landlord," Leader, Swansea. D ENTISTRY.-Upper or Lower Set of J Teeth, 39/6. Bad fitting teeth re- made to fit. Repairs in a few hours. Painless Extractions at your own home without extra charge. A post card will bring G. Clifford-Gershon, "Hafod," 11, New road, Llanelly, to your house. A LL kinds of Typewriting and Dupli- A- eating Work executed accurately and promptly. Further particulars, apply ——Commercial School, Arcade Chambers, Llanelly. SECOND-HAND Packing CASES tL wanted, apply Stamping Works Llanelly. L » — OQ REWARD.—An ex-Officer has X2del?osited ?2 with the Editor. It will be paid to anyone supplying inform- ation which will lead to immediate possession being obtained of a small modern house, to let furnished or un- furnished, in a good locality of Llanelly; or for the address of a respectable house- holder, in a good neighbourhood of the town, who will provide board residence with two comfortable bedrooms and a sitting-room. Applicants for the above should reply to Box 333, Star Office. AHouse-f your own and No Rent to APay. That is what everyone wan? and few possess. Capitalize your rent. Write Thomas, 2, Coronation terrace, Cwmbwrla. TO LET, furnished House in Burry J- Port, 3 Bedrooms and 3 Rooms downstairs. Apply, Mr. Fred Morgan, Newsagent, Burry Port. T ENDEW-) are invited for the erection JL of Now Offices at Llanelly for Messrs. Richard Nevill and Co., Ltd. (concrete construction on the Calway svstemV Plans and specification may be seen and full particulars obtained at this Office between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. N. STEWART CHEDBURN, Architect and Surveyor. 74, Stepney street, Llanelly. SITUATIONS. _6_ WANTED, Young Lady Apprentice for the Photography. Apply be- tween 6 and 8 evening. -Griffiths, Queens Studio, Llanelly. WANTED, smart Errand Boy. Apply Lane, Church street, Llanelly. WANTED, immediately after Whit- sun, a good Children's Dressmaker. iisf d to-pliin sewing and renovating. Ap- ply. L.. Star Office. YOUNG Gentleman desires part time Clerical or other work. Apply 'L,' Star Office. WANTED, experienced young Lady TV Clerk for Ledger work in business house. Apply in own writing, stating age, experience and salary to,- Box 6, Star Office. HORTHAN D-TYPIST required for Business Office; reply in writing, stating experience and salary required.- "Engineers," Star Office. O UPEKINTENDENTS Wanted; per- mauent positions, to open up Llan- elly, Cross Hands, Tumble, BJrry Port, lilangenuech, and other districts. Salary, conniiissioTi and expenses.— 'Society, "Western Mail," Swans-M. YOUNG LADY, experienced Wanted jL f- r Fancy Drapery; also Juniors.— J. Lewis Harries, Cavendish House, Vangh'in street. v DOMESTIC SERVANTS. r." WANTED, Oook-General; also House Parlourmaid; middle of June; tanub two. Apply, stating age, wages, references to Mrs. H. E. Trubshaw, Cae- <ielyn, Llanelly. GOOD General Wanted in small family, comfortable home and good wages. Apr> iVynian, opposite Station Hotel, Xlanelly- WANTED, good General Servant; W null family. Apply, Mrs. Evans, 12. Goring road. W ANTED, capable DOMESTIC, for lay work, two in family. Ap- ply \%ilkltms, a;uctionecr, Murray street. TEMPORARY good Cook-General -L Wanted for July and August; part of time for Cottage, Pembrey. Apply, Mrs. Morton Evans, Plas-issa, Llangen- I nech. WANTED, young Girl, as General; W small family. Apply evenings,— Mrs. Samuel, 4, Pemhrey road. WANTED, a good General; small W family. Apply, Mrs. M. Benjamin, 19, Greenfield Villas. FOR SALE. FOR SALE, 5-6 Enfield combination. FAs good as new; any trial.—Grimths Queen's Studio, Llanelly. RUSTIC POLES.—Suitable for all  kinds of Trellis and Garden work, on., 6ft., 3s. dozen; 7-8 ft. 4s. dozen, 2 to 3 inch end. Large supporting Poles can also be supplied. Special terms for large quantities and Allotment Societies. Apply Box 8, Star Office, Llanelly. HOUSES for Sale at Burry Port:- JLl 2 HOUSES, Woodville, Glenville and Brynhyfryd in Mansel street. 3 Houses in Sandfield terrace. 5 Houses, Parcycyrn terrace, Gws- cwm road, and Cwm Cottage. 2 Houses, Nos. 22 and 24, New street, Burry Port. 4 Houses in Church road. 2 Houses in Colby road. 2 Houses in Woodbrook Terrace. WM. EVANS, Auctioneer. Leeswood, Burry Port. GIVING UP FANC?—Roller Canaries G B.R.C.C. rung, Cocks and Hens; also 1919 rung young birds, and all kinds of cages.—Williams, 21, Alban road. REPAIRS of all kinds to Motor Cars -H promptly executed; give us a trial.. CAR COVERS and Tubes stocked in c all sizes. MOTOR CYCLES for Sale; Humber 3L h.p. and Alldays 2 Stroke Match- less; both run well and cheap. Apply be- low. PERAMBULATOR WHEELS re-tyred same day as brought in. CYCLES.—Repairs to Cycles promptly c executed; Tyres, tubes and asses- sories cheap. Open and Closed Cars on Hire. FORDS, Fords, Fords.-Order your F new Ford Car now, as they are delivered strictly in rotation. Agents— Vauxliall Garage, West End, Llanelly. CYCLE ACCESSORIES.-We have a C large stock of Lnmps, Pumps, Mud- guards, etc. Call round ;all to be cleared cheap. Vauxhall Garage, Llanelly. AGENTS for all leading Cars and AMotor Cycles. Cars on hire. Tele- phone 297—The VAUXHALL MOTOR GARAGE CO., WEST END, Llanelly. FOR SALE, Country wayside Inn; J- Dwelling houses in Llanelly and District; also 6 per cent. Preference Shares, free of Income Tax, in a first- class engineering Co. Apply,-Arthur Evans, Arcade Chambers. FOR SALE, a Freehold Villa, and JL Garage; immediate possession. Ap- ply, 7, Arthur street, Llanelly. FOR SALE, Lady's Cycle, in good -T condition. Apply, 78, Coleshill ter- race, Llanelly. A GREAT BARGAIN,- Freehold A House and Garden, 14, Woodbrook terrace, Burry Port, for sale; most con- venient position. First JE130 secures it. _Wm. Evans, auctioneer, Burry Port. LARGE Quantities of Pine-wood JLJ Branches for sale; near Furnace; excellent for firewood; very cheap.—A. Moore, Castle Buildings, Llanelly. FOR SALE, Gent's Cycle, also quan- M tity Timber, 6 inch x 2; 1 set cart harness, set pony harness. Apply Star Office. EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. Columbia EMotor Van; late 1916, 15 h.p.; de- signed for Commercial use; not a conver- sion; four sylinder engine; high tension magneto; Zenith carbureter; steering and foot control; central gate change gears; Cantilever back springs; pneu- Satic tyres and spare complete; designed Yearry 10 to 12 cwt. Recently over- hauled and guaranteed as new; P,350 Apply, "Car," Star Office, Llanelly. TWO Freehold Houses for Sale at Union Buildings; part of purchase money can remain on mortgage.—D. G. Rees, Solicitor, Llanelly. FOR SALE, Ford Car; excellent con- dition, full equipment.—Ferriday, ] Sandy Garage. FOR SALE, Large Stock of China and Fancy Goods, Baskets and Toys, etc.; entire stock must be cleared im- mediately. Apply, 12, Park street, Llan- elly. FOR SALE, about 2 tons used Sharps, suitable for feeding horses, cattle or pigs; 8s. per cwt. Apply Box 9, Star Office. -J. FOR SALE, cheap, in half-ton lots, a large quantity of old sleepers, suit- able for firewood. Apply, General Manager's Office, Burry Port and Gwen- draeth Valley Railway Co., Burry Port. FOR SALE, by private treaty, three well-built Leasehold Houses in Temple street, Llanelly: Apply, T. Morris Williams, Solicitor, Llanelly. -4b FOR SALE, by publio auction, at Williams' Sale Rooms,, 33, Murray street, Llanelly, on Tuesday, June 24th, at 7 p.m., the following Leasehold Dwell- ing Houses and Premises situate and known as No. 4, Russell street, Llanelly, and Nos. 25, 27, and 29, Princess street, Llanelly. For further particulars see posters. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Thursday evening, Gold Snake Ring, 4 stones, between G.P. O. and Stepney street. Finder rewarded on returning same to Star Office. LOST, Thursday last, between Stepney street and Market, Purse contain- ing money and snapshots. Finder re- warded on returning same to Star Office. LOST, between Stepney f>lace and Coleshill terrace, a Silver Brooch; Bird and Stebonheath engraved on it, also date 1918. Finder suitably rewarded on returning same to Star Office. WILL the two young ladies who were seen taking Two Bracelets from Loosmore's Cafe on Monday please return tc above or proceedings will be taken. ACKNOWLEDMENT. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Wangland, also sons of the late Mrs. S. J. Morgans, Brynelli, Queen Victoria road, begs to thank all their kind friends who sent wreaths an dletters of sympathy in their sad bereavement. 11 !!■■■■ 1111 »> wnii win mi. IIIK wi —fr.ijfiM ur.ifi iTtiiMfnryrrtiirffl Workers of Llanelly! Take a Ride in a Cap. Apply for MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS, HALFjyjOON & ? JL V  ALS SQUARE. ■———a———■wmwwiumcBBwa»sB3i—i—ac—OPOB Pudcty's THE WELL-KNOWN CHEAP F I rl M. SPECIAL LINES k,;I, it, L 1, THIS WEEK or" "t, .L. CHILDREN'S DRILL Ktil-CKERS from l/9i- pair. BOYS' WOOL JERSEYS in all Colours from 3/ll £ LADIES' PLAIN and RISBED STOCK" iNCS from lltd. pair. MEDHA"STEEL CREY, PLAIN HOSE 3/- pair; the Latest Shade. CHILDREN'S WASHINC DRESSES, the finest selection obtainable, from 2/6*. 22 CQWELL !?? T? ??. ??'?? TS I.A I íf l.u. .J .h '1. .A LLANELLY. BB^^mhii !■ ii m iiii ii High-Class \'I :£r; iVioiors for Hire OPEN OR CLOSED CARS. Terms on application. Cffcuvlraii Gaidge, VAUCHAN STREET, LLANELLY. Proprietor: Edward Roberts. Telephone No. 117. REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. TONIC FOR THE WEARY FEET. "Ship-Gar" FOOT BATH POWDER, 2d. Per Packet JOHN GOWER, M.P.S. (From London and Cheltenham), Chemirt and Pharmacist, VAUGHAN STRElST, LLANELLI Recipe for Rheumatism Take 1 teaspoonful ot FFYNNON SALT in half a pint of hot water every I morning before breakfast. FFYNNON SALT clears the brain, heart, liver and kidneys, and neutralises both Uric and Bilio Acids, and so effectively clears the system of all troublesome somplaints. It is sold by Chemists and Grocers every- where or direct from Evan Jonas Chemist, Llanelly. Is. per 8-oz. tin. LLANELLY HIPP 0nwi E-B  8.45 6.45 TWICE NIGHTLY 8.45 ¡ MONDAY, JUNE 16th, 1919, and during the Week. Mr. W. H. GLAYE'S COY. (under the Direction of F. E. CHABOT) presents the most realistic Play of the times, ? H H B  sa ? <! 'His Last Leave'  (By CLIFFORD REAN). The Rev. James Maxwell Mr. J. W. Evelvn I Richard Maxwell (his son) Mr. Norton Shield. Captain The Hon. Robert Saltire Mr. James Hart. Corporal Tim Trimfoot Mr. F. Luard. i¡ Private "Erb" Mr. James May. Dr. Wal ton, R.A.M.C. Mr. J. Dobson Clyde. Old Jaykins Mr. George Smith. Selina Witt Ie Miss Lena Brand. Dora Wendover Miss Millie Phillips. Rose Mtfxwell Miss Dorothie G. Kirke. — „ I Scene 1: The Village of Roedale. Scene 2: The Same (Evening). Scene 3: Dug-out Somewhere in France Scene 4: No Man's Land. Scene 5: A Dressing Station behind the Trenches. Scene 6: The Vicarage, Roedale. Scene 7: Tim Trimfoot's Coffee Tavern. Scene 8: The Village of Roedale. 1 Gallery, Baico? j Pit Stalk Circle I Tax 1 ? ?' I ?- 13 1? I mcluded ) GaCl8mu..u.f.18.I' N IHI II IIIMIMII IIWMIIMI HHWII HHIIMIIITIIHH IN IMMI IN ■■»■■■■—I ■ UIIILIIBM—■iimiwii«iiMiiiniM■■■■ Great Reduction In PRICES of WALLPAPER VV "J>'4.1 .8., Why pay high prices for pre-war goods when you can get all the latest designs at PRACTICALLY PR E-WAR PRICES 7 All kinds of Paper Blinds in Stock. Note the Only Address- The County Wallpaper Stores MARKET (Stepney Street Entrance), Opposite Messrs. CHIDZOY and SONS. — 1111111 .oUIJIII;"¡ FOR BARGAINS IN ALL KINDS OF Household Furniture I (NEW AND SECOND HAND) GO fO Silverstone' s > Â ç/I ¡.&,$\ NEW PREMISES. j THE CHEAPEST and MOST RELIABLE SHOP IN THE TRADE. I 2 Coweil Street, Llanelly -Ammon- -.r' 'rr, ,U' 'n,- r, ":>zaj1I1ITJ.¡i'Ii¡' tfWllll>lt(IWIir»1MW WIVWPMB—VWTOWttM—BBaMBBaaBa—, j Established 1911. Pa glaf ia d Collage, Swansea (Formerly Clark's College, Ltd.). Over 1,000 Students placed in dignified and profitable appointments. NEW I ERiVl commencing APRIL 28th. and 10 following days. FREE TEST GIVEN. NO LIABILITY INCURRED. ALL EXAMS. t A Few Vacancies in 3 PREPARATORY, GENERAL EDUCATION, [j CIVIL SERVICE, AND COMMERCIAL DEPTS. If Manager- Call or Write— 5 Mr. H. E. REED. Miss T. TREGASKES, Y 'Phone: 165 Docks. Secretary. —~— -=~zr -J8III,8'I. tIr-.  ?—  r I  /¥ ?'?'   '? x The ?/???'? ?? ??????? ? > Tnr!? ? ?     t???????R?s?L?? CMMGr@si s /\? Future EDUCATION is one of !he things on which it will not pay you to j j j ? economise. When your h'Ule ones reach school age you wdl be glad to be able to give them th best poss¡bJ start in hfe, I' Then again, as they grow older the time may cottie when the posses- I j 1 sion of two or three hundred pounds may make all the difference to their future. It may decide whether your boy can continue his training for one of the great professions—whether your girl shall enter for an advanced course, or go abroad for a year or two to study languages. Without the money you will not be able to give the children the chance they deserve and which you will want them to have. Make sure that you WILL have the money. Begin now to buy %????t?7?FF????? C?C??77?ZC4ZEy and buy them week by week. If you make a habit of buying — Certificates REGULARLY, you will not feel the immediate loss of the money. Invest it in Savings CertiScates and your  savings will increase at the rate of 5t% Compound Interest. ?n-??'??? There is no safer, more profitable, or more convenient way of laying up a fund for the future. i Llanelly Co-operative Society, Ltd. TEA and MARGARINE are now UNCONTROLLED, so will MARGARINE, 11d. per lb. (IMPROVED QUALITY). TEA, 2/ 2/2, 2/4 per lb. For all your requirements in Drape^, Clothing & Boots Call at our Store. Large Selections of the Season's Newest Coods. Blouses Underskirts, Suits and Costumes, etc. Note the New Address: 57 New Dock Rd. (Corner of Stafford Street). Note Address Grocery—Central:— BRISTOL HOUSE, STATION ROAD. Branches: 29, James Street; 18, Gate Terrace; Cedric Street; and 57, New Dock Road. Drapery, Clothing, Boots—MURRAY ST JOIN THE SOCIETY Apply at at any of our Establishments Money Advanced PROMPTLY AND PRIVATELY. FROM 23 upwards on simple note of -U' hand. Reasonable rate, and easiest terms of repayments. OFFICE HOURS: EVENINGS 6 TO 9. Write or call, to L. G EOFFREY, STRETTON HOUSE, t COLLECE SQUARE, LLANELLY. George Palmer Begs to inform the public that he can now supply G ¡¡:U Wholesale and Retail. We specialise in Poultry Which is dressed 03 the premises at a few hours notice. Shaw's Pork Sausages 1/8 per lb. MURRAY STREET, MUKKAl oi?M, LLANELLY. r BOROUGH OF LLANELLY Important Sale of Freehold and Lease- hold Dwelling Houses. AI E. GIBSON (of Chas. Gibson and Sons), will SELL by AUCTION at their MART, MARKET STREET, LLANELLY, on TUESDAY, the 17th JUNE, 1919, at 7.30 p.m., the following PROPERTIES, viz. 1-— The Freehold Dwelling-House, WALFORD HOUSE, Brynallt Terrace. let at 7s. per week. 2.-The Leasehold Dwelling-House. No. 5, PLEASANT ROW, BICYN, held on -t 99 on a 99 years' lease from 25th December, 1853, at the low annual Ground Rent of 17s., and Yet at aweekly rental of 5s. 6d. For further particulars as to the Pro- perties apply to W. DA VIES, Solicitor, Llanelly. or to the Auctioneer, Market Street. TO PAUJTERS. ly/TORIAH BAPTIST CHAPEL, Llan- -— elly.—Tenders are invited for Paint- ing the outside work of the above Chapel, the Minister's House, and Caretaker's House. Specification on application to— Mr. W. H. REES, 29, Queen Victoria Road, Llanelly. TO THE INHABITANTS OF LLAN- ELLY AND DISTRICT. W. E. ALFORD Plumber, Gasfitter, and Sanitary Engineer, Begs to announce that he has opened Business as a Plumber, Gasfitter, and Sanitary Engineer, at 26, RICHARD ST. LJ AMSLLY All Orders and Enquiries will receive prompt Attention. Estimates given. Lowest prices. Market Hall, Llanelly TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1919. Mr. DAVID BRAZELL boys to announce his GRAND CONCERT (Under distinguished Patronage). Artistes: MADAME LAURA EVANS WILLIAMS (Soprano of the Clara Butt and Pach- man Concerts), MISS ASTRA DESMOND (Contralto of the London Ballad Concerts Royal Albert Hall), MR. THOMAS THOMAS (Tenor of the London Ballad Concerts and Festivals), MR. DAVID BRAZELL (Baritone of the London Symphony, Royal Albert and Queen's Hall Concerts) MISS AURIOL JONES (Solo Pianist and Accompanist, of the Queen's Hall Orchestral Concerts and the leading Concerts in France and America), and MR. ALBERT SAMMONS (England's Greatest Violinist). Prices of Admission (inclusive of Tax): 5/9; 3/ 1/3. All Seats may be booked at Thompson and Shackell, 60, Stepney St., Llanelly. Doors open at 7.30, Concert to commence at 8 sharp; carriages at 10 p.m. HIGH-CLASS ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mr. & Mrs J Ht nry Lister DENTAL SURGERY, 7 Greenfield Villas, LLANELLY. < j Painless Extractions Hours 9 to 9 Daily. BEST MATERIALS ONLY USED. BOROUGH 01 LLANELLY. BABY SHOW In connection with the Government's desire to observe the first week in Jtrfy as a National Baby Week throughout the country, a BABY SHOW for Infants up to 18 Months old will be held at the Higher Elementary School On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the ist and 2nd J U L Y, 1919, When substantial Prizes will be awarded to the winners in the following classes-. BOROUGH INFANT WELFARE CENTRE CLASSES. 1. Up to 3 months. 2. 3 to 6 months. 3. 6 to 9 months. 4. 9 to 12 month-s. 5. 12 to 18 months. 6. Delicate and Premature. OPEN CLASSES. (For Babies residing in Llanelly, Dafen, Halfway to Bvnea Bridge, Felinfoel, Pwll, and Furnace). 7. Up to 3 months. 8. 3 to 6 months. 9. 6 to 9 months. 10. 9 to 12 months. 11. 12 to 18 months. 12. Twins. Entry Cards may be obtained at my Office in the Town Hall, and at the Wel- fare Centre, Vaughan Street, and must be returned duly filled in, on or before the 16th June, together with an entrance fee of 3d. By Order, HENRY W. SPOWART 7th May, 1919. Hon. See. Cash Advanced FOR House Purchase I At 5 per annum. NEPAYMENTS may be extended from 3 months to 25 years. j —— ?/?n PER WEEK will pay Intere? "X7 1U and Principle of L200 House. NO RENT TO PAY. Write for full particulars to Tom Harries, 49, Ralph Terrace, Llanelly. 446-451 Hair Cut or Shave ? W. d. Davies' NEW SALOON at 24 High Street, i IS NOW OPEN Large Stock of Toilet Requisites ) Great opportunity for Bargains in BOOTS, SHOES, COATS, WATER- PROOFS. I All to be cleared at less than cost. I Come and see for yourselves. j