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Prepaid Advertisements. Prepaid Adv6rtisements. MISCELLANEOUS. A HALF-PENNY A WORD. FURNITURE.—If you have any Furni- ture for sale, write or caU at Williams' Sale Rooms, .33, Murray sweet, Lianelly. Goods bought outright or sold on commission. HOUbfiS.—Do you want to buy or aell Mt a house; if you do, call or write. Several houses for sale privately; money -pranced to purchasers.—T. Williams, &tt £ tioneer, 33, Murray itreet, Llanelly. WANTED Secondhand FURNITURE, l ilioycles, Gramophones, Old Goid á Silver, etc., etc. In fact we buy (and wll) anything that has any value. Whole fconsea of furniture bought outright; dis- tance no object.— Silverstone, 35-36, Murray street, Llanelly. 5/11 WEEKLY will purchase a J. -L ?250 House on easy terms; early possession. Cheaper than paying rent. Landlord," Leader, Swansea. DENTISTRY.-Upper or Lower Set of 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 poet card will bring G. Clifford-Gershon, "Hafod," 11, New road, Llanelly, to your house. ALL kinds of Typewriting and Dupli- cating Work executed accurately and promptly. Further particulars, apply —^Commercial School, Arcade Chambers, Lranelly. TO HOLIDAY SEEKERS.—To let a -L furnished House with 5 bedrooms in Southemdown-.I uly 8th to 23th. Apply Box 500, Star Office. C HILDREN's Sewing and renovating done by respectable lady. Apply, W.M., Star Office. HE DRAWING in aid of Wm. Owen, t;, L Dillwyn street, has been postponed until July 12th.  STRAHAN and Sons wishes to in- D for the public that x he and one of his sons have been demobilized after nearly four years in the service, and are row starting business again as Steeplejacks, and to do all kinds of Re- pairs to high buildings; also general re- pairs to house property. Charges very moderate. Please note address :Fort William House, Marble Hall, Llanelly. Drop a post card and you will receive prompt attention. SITUATIONS. SUPERINTENDENTS Wanted; per- manent positions, to open up Llan- elly, Cross Hands, Tumble, Burry Port, Llangennech, and other districts. Salary, commission and expenses.— 'Society,' "Western Mail," Swan: & B. E. EVANS, Architects and Civil Engineers, Llanelly, have a vacancy for an intelligent Youth as pupil. AN experienced young Lady for drapery; references required.—S. Palto, 100, Station Road. DOMESTIC SERVANTS.  WANTED, capable General; small  family, ?ood wages; another maid kept. Apply personally, Mrs. Williams, The Park, Gowerton. w ANTED, a good General; age aboll b 20. Apply, Mrs. Phillips, 4. Thomas street. WANTED, a General; good wages to a suitable girl. Apply, Jones, Union Inn, Queen Victoria road. w ANTED. a General or young Girl to train.—The Arlais, Kidwelly. A good General Wanted. Apply. Mrs. Palto, 100, Station road. LAN WRTYD WELLS.—Wanted a Servant for Summer season; good wages. Apply, Mrs. Price, 1, Irvon I Villas, Llanwrtyd Wells. WANTED, good General Servant: small family. Apply, Mrs. Evans, 12, Goring road. WANTED, immediately, a General for London; expenses paid; good home; two children; Welsh preferred. Apply to Box 22, Star Office. FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Pram, and Push Chair. Apply. Box 7, Star Office. FOR SALE, 2 Freehold Houses in New street, Burry Port.— £ 300 each. 3 Freehold Houses in Church road, Burry Port.— £ 450 each. 1 Freehold House in Church road.— £ 500. W. Evans, Auctioneer, Burry Port FOR SALE, a Leasehold House, situ- Fated on one-third of an acre; nine rooms; ground rent L2 per annum. Apply T.J Star Office. COCKEREL and three Hens, year old, ) White Leghorns, Barrows; heavy egg laying strain; £ 2.—Evans, 7, Gws- cwm road, Burry Port. F OR SALE, private treaty, 6 Elizabeth I' street, Llanelly, 47 and -49, Andrew street, Llanelly. For particulars, apply, W. Davies, Solicitor, Llanelly. FOR SALE, by public auction, at Williams' Sale Rooms, 33, Murray street. Llanelly, on TUESDAY NEXT. July 1st, at 7 p.m., the following Lease- hold Dwelling Houses and Premises all situated at LlanellyNo. 75, Bryn road, No. 2, Ropewalk row, Nos. 32 and 34, High street, Nos. 43 and 45, Llewellyn street, No. 13, Downing street, and Nos. 11. 12, and 13, Pleasant place. For further particulars see posters, or apply to Mr. D. Jennings, Solicitor, Llanelly. FOR SALE, Rabbits; Flemish, Giants, i and Belgian Hare.—Beeston's 5, Upper Park Street. FOLDING PRAM, plated, clean, new JT condition. Apply, S.C. Star Office. —-#< FOR SALE Summer Shade with fringe, i equal to new; to match light pram. Apply Star Office. FOR SALE, well-made Kitchen Dresser with glass cupboards. Ap- ply 23, Glanmor road. s INGER Cycle, low frame, 26 in. wheels; good condition. Apply.— S.C., Star Office. FOR SALE, well-made Dressing Chest, t Marble Top washstand, and Hall- stand No dealers. Apply, E.H., Star Office. FOR SALE, Houses in Zion row, Mill Lane, and Island Place. Apply, 64, Alban road. FOR SALE, by public auction, at t Williams' Sale Rooms, 33, Murray street, Llanelly, on TUESDAY, July, 1st, 1919, at 7 p.m., the following Leasehold Dwelling Houses and Premises, all jsitu- ated at Llanelly. No. 75, Bryn road, No. 4, Ropewalk ron.d, Nos. 32 and 34, High street, Nos. 42 and 43, Llewellyn street, No. 13, Downing street, Nos. 11, 12, and 13, Pleasant place. For further par- ticulars see posters. FOR SALE, t;wo-year old Colt; good Collier. Address given on applica- tion to Box 5, Star Office. FOR SALE, high-class 'Cello; very old, solo instrument; worth £ 25; take £ 15; suit pro. Used in "Halles" 60 years ago. Apply Star Office. REPAIRS of all kinds to Motor Cars Rpromptly e?:cei-ited; give us a trial. CAR COVERS and Tubes stocked in all sizes. MOTOR CYCLES for Sale; Humber 3i 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. c YCLES.-Repairs to Cycles promptly executed; Tyres, tubes and asses- sories cheap. Open and Closed Cars on Hire. F ORDS, Fords, Fords.—Order your new Ford Car now, as they are delivered strictly in rotation. Agents— Vauxhall Garage, West End, Llanelly. CYCLE ACCESSORIES.-We have a large stock of Lamps, Pumps, Mud- guards, etc. Call round ;all to be cleared cheap. Vauxhall Garage, Llanelly. A GENTS for all leading Cars and L Motor Cycles. Cars on hire. Tele- phone 297-The VAUXHALL MOTOR GARAGE CO., WEST END, Llanelly. FOR SALE, Gent's Cycle, also quan- tity Timber, 6 inch x 2; 1 set cart harness, set pony harness. Apply Star Office. A. F. BOOL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SALE, 2 beautiful carved Side- boards. GREEN Mahogany Wardrobe and two ?-? Basinettes. CHESTERFIELD Suite in green velvet, and several Bookcases. TWO MAHOGANY Bedroom Suites as good as new. K ITHEN Tables from zEl each. Note Address— CHURCH STREET, LLANELLY. APARTMENTS. COMFORTABLE Lodgings for single gentleman or two friends. Apply, Star Office. WANTED, two unfurnished Rooms for married couple. Apply, E., Star Office COMFORTABLE Bed-Sitting-room to let. Apply. -NI.H., Star Office. COMFORTABLE Lodgings for respec- I table man. Apply Box 9, Star Office. BEDROOMS and 2 Sitting-rooms to -t) let (unfurnished); in good locality: all modern conyeniences. Apply 'Kooms, Star Office. YOUNG MAN desires good lodgings; I near Station preferred. With or without board; state terms, etc., to Box No. 44, Llanelly Star. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on Thursday, between Erw read and Vaughan street, brown suede Bag, containing Treasury Notes and Purse with silver. Finder handsomely rewarded on returning same to Star Office LOST, a gold Brooch, near Penyfai. JLJ Finder rewarded. Apply J., Star Office. Cash Advanced FOR House Purchase At 5 per annum. REPAYMENTS may be extended from -*L t 3 months to 25 years. No Rent to Pay 4/10 PER WEEK will pay Interest AU and Principal of t200 House. No better terms available. Splendid arrangements for Persons with Small Capital. Full particulars free of charge. TOM HARRIES, 49" RALPH TERRACE, LLANELLY. All enquiries treated strictly private and confidential. 0 Llanelly Co-operative Society, Ltd. TEA and MARGARINE are now UNCONTROLLED, so will BASON MARGARINE, tid. per lb. (IMPROVED QUALITY). TEA, 2/ 2/2, 2/4 per lb. For all your requirements in Drapery, Clothing & Boots Call at our Store. Large Selections of I the Season's Newest Goods. 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. I Drapery, Clothing, Boots-MURRAY ST JOIN THE SOCIETY Apply at at any of our Establishments. HIGH-CLASS ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mr.& Mrs J. Henry Lister I DENTAL SURCERY, 7 Greenfield Villas, LLANELLY. Painless Extractions Hours 9 to 9 Daily. BEST MATERIALS ONLY USED. THE Penallt Boot Stores IS NOW OPEN. PHILLIPS & CO, Boot and Shoe Makers and Repairers HAND-SEWN WORK A SPECIALITY. Repairs promptly and neatly executed. Workmanship Guaranteed. Only the best Leather used. Note Address- PENALLT TERRACE, LLANELLY. Puddy's THE WELL-KNOWN CHEAP FIRM. SPECIAL LINES THIS WEEK CHILDREN'S DRILL KNICKERS from 1/91 pair. BOYS' WOOL JERSEYS in all Colours from 3/ll £ LADIES' PLAIN and RIBBED STOCK- INCS from lltd. pair. MEDEA" STEEL CREY, PLAIN HOSE 3/- pair; the Latest Shade. CHILDREN'S WASHINC DRESSES, the finest selection obtainable, from 2/61. 22, COWELL STREET, LLANELLY. High-Class Motors for Hire OPEN OR CLOSED CARS. Terms on application. Central Garage, VAUGHAN STREET, LLANELLY. Proprietor: Edward Roberts. Telephone No. 117. REPAIRS A SPECIALITY, LLANELLY HIPPODROM. I 6.5 TWICE NIGHTLY 8.45 I MONDaA JUNE 20th, 1919, and DURING THE WEEK: II hr RHuf4DDA MIN"'ER S Great Vocal "Tito1" 8 RHONDDA MINERS Gr&iH I "DOWN IN A COAL MINE." I MARO DUO, Comedy Acro b ats. DorisStuart& JackSpencer The Original (HAPPY), direct from his "Salonica" Successes. Astley Waimer, Hannony1 1 Pot-pourri Act. Intro d ucing Whistling, Singing, Music, Comedy, Harmony. LES GASTONS, In a Sweet, Novel, and Original Musical I Speciality. I The Welsh Wonder, I Master Bryn Thomas, Wales' Greatest Boy Vocalist, Winner of over 100 Prizes. II Fred Richards, I Premier Welsh Come d ian. v Gallery, 5d. _I Balcony 9d. | Pit 1/- Stalk 1/3 I¡ Circle I 1/9 j Tax I included I  Great Reduction In PRICES of W LLPAPER. Why pay high prices for pre-war goods when you can get all the latest designs rt PRACTICALLY PR E-WAR PRICES ? All kinds of Paper Blinds in Stock. Note the Only Address— The County Wallpaper Stores MARKET (Stepney Street Entrance), Opposite Messrs. CHIDZOY and SONS. FOR BARGAINS IN ALL KINDS OF Household Furniture (NEW AND SECOND HAND) ro ro Silverstone's NEW PREMISES. THE CHEAPEST and MOST RELIABLE SHOP IN THE TRADE. 2 CoweSI Street, Llanelly, 'C. < Established 1911. I Pagefiefd College, Swansea (Formerly Clark's College, Ltd.). 3 j Over 1,000 Students placed in dignified and profitable appointments. | NEW TERM commencing APRIL 28th. I and 10 following days. I FREE TEST GIVEN. NO LIABILITY INCURRED. I ALL EXAMS. A Few Vacancies in § PREPARATORY, GENERAL EDUCATION, I | CIVIL SERVICE, AND COMMERCIAL DEPTS. 1| H Manager- Call or Write— 5 Mr. H. E. REHD. Miss T. TREGASKES, j 6 'Phone: 165 Docks. Secretary. | M R Your money back when you want it IF you put your money into Savings Certificates 1 you know that, if any sudden emergency should arise, you can get your money back when you 8| want it. You can cash one or all of your Savings Certi- > II ifcates at any time by giving two or three days' notice to the Post Office. In addition, you will get any interest that has accrued on your money. But you will not cash them unless you need the money badly, for every month you keep them they grow in value until'at the end of five years you will get back £ I for every 15/6 you have invested. So it's worth while to buy Covinds cJèERTIFICATES You can get them through your SAVINGS ASSOCIATION or from a Bank, Pott Office, or Official Agent. '1 ■ ,u t Llanelly's Great Day. Mr.. WORRELL Late of the OPTOMETRIC INSTITUTE, LONDON, IS COMING TO LLANELLY. FAMOUS LONDON EYESICHT EXPERT TO PAY LLANELLY A RETURN VISIT. This week is to be a great week for Llanelly-a time which thousands of townsfolk will remember with gratitude all their lives. Mr WORRELL, the Lon- don eyesight specialist, is coming to help them. All his great skill and life-long experience, all the remarkable talent and accumulated knowledge that 25 years' close study of the science of sight has taught him' is to be placed freely and gladly at the service of every man, woman, or cViUl who seeks his aid. What an < .-i-tunity I What a boon to the thoiis > of workers upon whose sight depends their daily existence, and who, hitherto obliged to rely upon rough and ready methods, which are seldom without danger, will now be able to avail themselves of the expert. advice, pro- fessional skill, and experienced guidance that have been within reach of the rich only. Every sufferer from defective vision in Llanelly, every victim to headache. neuralgia, staring, squinting, and the host of other distressing discomforts re- sulting from defective eyesight is to be helped to see clearly by this famous man. The great burden of ireir lives is to be lifted, and instead of groping their way from day to day—losing half the pleasure of life and running the risk of serious eye trouble—they will be made to see once again with all the vigour and dis- tinctiveness of their youth. WHY HE SUCCEEDS. He has travelled the world from end to end. In failng, faulty sight each particu- lar case has to be treated on its merits, and it is only by devoting precise, careful study to the vision of every man, woman, and child who have sought his advice that he is able to prescribe the exact nature of lenses that will overcome the defect. If your eyesight cannot, unfor- tunately, be corrected, he will tell you so, but if your full powers of vision can be restored, you will learn, by consulting him, how this can be achieved. In the majority of cases expert advice is beyond reach. A visit to London to see a specialist whose fees are reckoned in guineas is not to be thought of. There is no other way, -%but the casual choice of what seems to be the glasses required— j glasses that really seem to help the vision, but which in nine cases out of ten are entirely unsuited to the particular defect for which they are chosen-and which, instead of helping the eyes, too often ruin the eyesight and impair the health and brain nerves as well. This visit to the London specialist about which many have dreamed is no longer necessary. The specialist is coming to them. All Llanelly is invited to meet him and discuss their individual cases with him. It is an opportunity few will miss. HEADACHES. Eighty per cent. of apparently in- I curable cases of headache are due to de- fects of the eyesight and can be per- manently overcome by wearing properly fitted glasses. l Most people suffering from headache never suspect that their eyes are the source of their trouble. Yet it is so, as Mr. WORRELL has found over and over again CHILDREN'S EYES. Mr. WORRELL has given close atten- tion to eve defects in children, and all parents who are in the slightest doubt as to their children's sight should take them to Mr. WORRELL and have their eyes thoroughly examined. They will be grateful for this forethought in later years. THE GREAT WAR ON HIGH PRICE. Mr. WORRELL'S .services are to cost you nothing. For a week the doors of the Parish Hall, Llanelly, will be thrown open to the public, and Mr. WORRELL will freely and .generously advise and assist all those who seek his aid. His one object is to prove once and for all, by reason of the enormous business he conducts, that the high fees and in- flated charges, which place the expert assistance of the specialist beyond the reach of the great mass of humanity, can be done away with. SIGHT SPECIALIST IN LLANELLY. It is difficult to over-estimate the boon this remarkable man's visit will confer upon the town. It is a recognized fact that over 50 per cent. of the population of our large industrial centres suffer from defective vision in one way or another- and the percentage in Llanelly is higher than in many large towns. This is, perhaps, inevitable. The close work in the factory, workshop, and office-the straining of the eyes over the desk or work-table, frequently in a bad light—result sooner or later in an urgent need for glasses. Mr. WORRELL can only stay in Llan- elly for one week. Make a point of visiting him early. The opportunity will hardly occur again. To miss it now may mean a life-long regret, and, perhaps, serious eye trou ble. Even if the eyes seem all right, go and consult him. Hundreds of people make a woint of doing this, as they know there is no fear of being advised to wear glasses when these are unnecessary, that is, if all is well, they come away satisfied that their eyesight is sound in every respect. And it costs them nothing. Hours of Attendance: 10 to 1; 2 to 7. Don't put down this paper until you have fixed in your mind a time to go and see Mr. WORRELL. Let him tell and exactly how things aro with your eyes. It may cost you nothing; in any case, the- cost will be much leg. than is ordinarily charged. MR. WORRELL MAY BE CONSULTED AT THE PARISH HALL, LLANELLY THE WHOLE OF NEXT WEEK. ^SUIrENI?ANCE' 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. l\lR, \vnOSKKHErLrL T wishes us to state that he intends giving LlmolW +> Portunity as Cardiff and Swansea, of purchasing Gol(I Fi 11 5l wLli,,v Rim- less Spectacles, or Rimless Pinee-Nez, as low as 8/6, complete with Lenses. IIImI -Yœ<¡r¡.'lli "The Home of 6 Beautiful Pictures." 1 Llanelly Cinema I ContInuous, Performance Daily 2.30- J 0.30 1 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, B s "A Daughter B I of the 1 Old South" g Fc?turi the great emotional actress, Pauline Frederick Amid 19 N ,scenes o ? great beauty, and clad in romantic, old-world dress  I I SrSr tvgSiWB a charming charact?, 'hich will li? in motion B H Featuring tehae t beautJ' •Jstasxz •*» ■ ■ — I dress Paulme "BETSY'S BURGLAR," I I Starring beautiful Constance Talmadge, B j| A mystery play that keeps you quivering. I | Adventures of Stingaree. I I Episode 4. I Thursday- Friday, Saturday, I 'Inside the Lines' I Film Uersion of the great Spy play that was recently shewn with I8 tremendous success at the Apollo Theatre, London. M Our I ittle Wife," I Featuring charming Madge Kennedy. m A gem of Romance in a setting of laughter. ■ A Thrilling Serial. I THE CIRCUS KING. I Starring Eddie Polo. I Proprietors Llanelly Cinema Company I MANAGER MR. J. CROSS. 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