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I ASTERISKS. » To-morrow ig the anniversary of the opening of Calfar.v. Chapel. < < Silence and bc;u.tifnl pictures is the motto at the Llanelly Cinema. • • Next Wednesday is the anniversary of the death of Sir A rLhlJ r Stepney. < < w The Rev. Gwynne Owen will preach on "Betting and Gambling" to-morrow night. < A fine four-master has attracted a lot of attention and admiration in the North Deck this week. < <* < < The Liberals of the Llanelly division have decided to appoint a full time agent at a salary of £3{O. Two local teaehcrs have been awarded physieal training scholarships at the Harry Summer School. Mr. John Hughes is the Llanelly repre- sentative on the J.s.'ir.t Board of Local Authorities for South Wales. « The Traction Gc. ^e laying a new cable to Burry Port. Dees this foreshadow an J extension of the trr.m service from Pwll ? exten!,io-,i (jf tli4c, ?-ervice from Pwll Mr. D. J. Thomas, formerly manager of the Shell Factory, and more recently at Blaenavon, is returning to Llanelly to join the staff cf the Welsh Tinstamping Co. < A witness at the Police Court on Wed- nesday, in reply to a (solicitor, said that she had the same family now as before the war only "they are five years older now.' And wiser, wo hope. it One of the porters at the Llanelly station is blossoming forth as a wag. A lady passenger atked him from her com- partment "Is it -aining, porter ?" "No mum, water," reply. The New Zcahvad eleven were greatly charmed with the beauties of Stradey Park on Tuesday. They all agreed that a more picturesqo oicket ground did not exist, in this or any < ther country. exist in -h]V, Or .,tlier countrv. Judging by the attendance at the two meetings, love of football is stronger in LlaneIIy than appreciation of our war heroes. The war memorial meeting at- tracted an auciicr.ee of about 200. There were at least three times that number at the football club ■x ting. At a meeting i the LlanelTy Rugby Committee this v.oo.ie it was decided that the price of ■sea<- "1 tickets for season 1919-20 shall be 17s. Field and Stand; Field, 8s. 6(1. C»1,,(:ing tax). A special rppeal is made t; all sportsmen to rally round the new -w.iir.iiitee. it Listen for the cuV Peace will be signed this afternoon, and it has been officially announced that the event will he celebrated by the firing of salutes from naval and military plUS. If the Ger- mans refuse to si^:< we expect the firing will be postponed f r just a short time. The holding of a Babv Show next week recalls the fact th;.t as far back as 1906, the UaneRy Corporation published a valuable report on "The diet and manage- ment of infants." This was written by the late Dr. Roderick and a copy is sent to each house where a birth has occurred. < » Congratulation will be extended to the Rev. Edward Roberts, B.D., son of Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts, Swansea, road, who on Thursday >as invested with tho M.A. degree at Oxford. The rev. gentle- man is pastor oi the Bethel English. Baptist Church at Whitchurch, near Car- diff. « "I strongly object'' sai d, the temper- ance man, "to the custom of christening ships with champagne." "I don't," said the other man, "I think there's a Tem- perance lesson in it. You see, imme- diately after the first bottle of wine tho ship takes to water and sticks to it ever after." < A little boy up TVrfran way asked his mothei one day tnis week what part of the body the trombone was. "No part of the body my dear," was the reply. "But it must be," persisted the youngster, "because it says in the paper that a musician when returning from tho concert, fell down and broke his trom- bone. < o has been a p ?-. Mr. David Wi!Manis who has been ap- pointed chairman (I the Rugby Commit- tee, has been connec ted with the Llanelly Rugby team for over 24 year$, He baii served six years on the committee, and durmg the war was also chairman of Dick Edmunds' team. Speaking to a "Star" representative on Thursday, Mr, Williams was very enthusiastic over the? prospects of the Scarlets for the cominrr season. ry • The memorial stone erected on the Sand- opposite PwlJ, after standing for many years, has at last succumbed to wind, water and weather, and has fallen. This lonely monument was erected Dear the spot where two daughters of Mr. Mansel Rees, and t,heir governess, were drowned. The party of three left the old Cillymnenllwyd to go bathing, and going beyond their depth, were drowned.