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Baby Carriages JfE HOLD THE LARGEST STOCK IN WEST WALES. Reliable Quality Only —— » —— Pugh Bros., FURNITURE MANUFACTURERL 'Phone 273. I The "Llanelly Star" ia GUARANTEED to have a larger circulation than any other paper in Llanelly.
OUR GREATEST NEED. I T HE most urgent need of the country I at present is a restoration of con- fideaoe between employers and workman. Evidence of the gravest character is ac- cumulating on all hands of the diversion of important contracts from Great Britain to other countries-principally America. The United States-to-day tà. richest country in 7the world-is out for business. Its manufacturers are takiag advantage of the unrest in Europe to capture the trade of the world. Americax industries are booming, production is on a high level, and Capital and Labour cut continuing to make it more difficult tham ever for us to compete successfully with them. A few days ago it was reported that the Americans had secured a con- tract for JE:60,000,000 at Nancy, in France, and another for the rebuilding of an important bridge in the south of England. They are building up a great mercantile fleet to wre-st from us the carrying trade of the world. Before the war, Great Britain held three-fourths of; this trade, and judging by present ap- pearances, our prospect of retaining it is none too hopeful. What are the em- ployers and workmen of Britain going to d. in face of these disquieting facts ? The present temper of Labour in this ooantry is a source of anxiety to the best friends of the workers. All over the country we have the same melancholy tale of broken agreements, "lightning" stokes, and reduced output. In Liver- pool the police strike has been followed by an ugly outbreak of hooliganism in which scores of shops were smashed and Itoted. It the war against militarism which has cost Britain so dearly to be followed by war against industrial tyranny at homo ? FUTURE OF ALLOTMENTS. I To carry out their housing scheme on the Llanerch site, the Corporation will have to dispossess a large number of allotment holders who during the last few years, have grown a large quantity of food on this land. It is not surprising that the holders of these plots are up in tfns against their impending eviction, and we sympathize with their demand that convenient plots in the vicinity should be provided for them by the Cor- poration. Allotment cultivation came mto its own during the war, and in view of the experience gained during the lagfc three years, a strong case has be-a made out for making it a permanent institu- tion. Allotments have considerable edu- cational value, and their advantage to the community in bringing down prices through competition has been proved over and over again. With shorter hours of labour and greater leisure, the working classes, there can be no doubt, will take more and more to this movement as a means of congenial recreation, and as such, it deserves the practical and con- tinual support of local authorities all ,over the country. CORPORATION AND BOXING. T HE protest of the Free Church Coun- cil against the holding of boxing -otpipetitions at the Market Hall deserves something more than to be dismissed with a sneer. It is a protest, we imagine, iaot against boxing as such, but against the gambling spirit associated with it. Here can be no possible objection tie htriog any more than to cycling or ortoket or tennis or any other form of ro- cneation. Unfortunately, however, box- iog has gathered around it many objeo- 'tl»nable features. The "noble art of self defence" has its value in the develop- ment of the physical pow.ers. It teaches important lessons, also, in self control, aad above all, those who would excel im it must live temperate lives and eschew all excesses. The environment of the boxing arena, however, is most undesir- able. Men who have never boxed in their lives, and who couldn't, if they tried, gather around the ring and make their living out of the prowess of the contest- ants. These are the "sportsmen" who will do anything except work. What is wanted is to reduce the number of these hangers-on, and to increase the vogue of fcoxing as a physical exercise for .11.1' youth.
Successful Show. FINE EXHIBITION AT STRADEY. Resuscitated after four years the Agri- cultural Show sprang again ill to popular favour on Tuesday. This exhibition which was always an attractive annual fixture, has evidently lost none of its charm for the public, judging by the splendid attendance at Stradey Park. Over six thousand people paid for ad- mission, thus ensuring complete financial success and providing the committee with a substantial nucleus for next year. The entries in all the classes were of, exceptional quality, and extorted warm encomiums from the judges. This ap- plied particularly to the horses which made up a fine assortment. The strongest class of all was the ponies, to which special reference was made by Mr. Bache at the luncheon. Very attractive were the sheep dog trials. The committee will be well advised to offer larger prizes at the next show in this particular class. The cattle section was not so numerous as could have been desired. The presi- dent, Mr. John Thomas, Velindre, filled the position with his usual bonhomie and was supported by the vice-president, Mr. Evan Jones, Trimsaran, and a hard-work- ing committee. To the secretary, Mr. J. R. Prichard, a special meed of praise be- longs. His arrangements were admirably organized and the Society are now more satisfied than ever that they have found a worthy successor to Mr. Rhys Harry.
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LLANELLY HARBOUR TRUST. -I ELECTION OF ELECTIVE TRUSTEES 1919. ￼ HENRY WILLIAM SPOWART, 1, Clerk to the Llanelly Harbour Trust, DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE under and by virtue of the provisions of the Llanelly Harbour Act, 1904, that:- 1. The day of election of Elective Trustees of the said Harbour Trust will be MONDAY, the 1st day of September, 1919. 2. The number of Elective Trustees to be elected is FIFTEEN. 3. Each candidate for election as an Elective Trustee must be nominated in writin; and the form of nomination must be sent to me so that it shall be received at the Town Hall, Llanelly, not later I than 12 o'clock at noon on Saturday, the I 23rd day of August, 1919. 4. The form of nomination must be I signed by two Electors for the time being enrolled in the Register of Electors in force for the parishes in the District of I the Borough of Llanelly, and duly quali- fied to vote for the Candidate nominated, and such form must also be signed by the Candidate in approval of his own nomination. 5. No Candidate shall be his own nominator. 6. Forms of nomination may be ob- tained free of charge from me at the Town Hall, Llanelly. 7. The form of nomination must be as follows, or to the like effect:— FORM FOR NOMINATION OF ELECTIVE TRUSTEES. We (here insert name and designa- tion) and ( hero insert name and designation) hereby nominate (here insert name and designation of can- didate) for election as an Elective Trustee. Give* under our hands this day of One Thousand Nine Hundred ajad Two Electors. And I the said hereby sanction and approve of the said nomination. To the Clerk to the Llanelly Harbour Trust. 8. Any Candidate nominated for clee- I tion may not later than 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Monday, the 25th day of August, 1919, withdraw from his Candi- dature by Notice signed by him and de- livered to me at the Town Hall, Llanelly. 9. If at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of the 25th August, 1919, the number of Candidates proposed to be elected as Elective Trustees is not more than the number of vacancies to be filled, there will be no Poll in order to fill such vacan- cies, and I will upon the day of election declare snch Candidates duly elected, and will sign a declaration of such elec- tion, and publish same in accordance with the Statute. 10. If the number of Candidates who are validly nominated and whose Candi- dature is not withdrawn exceeds that of the persons to be elected, a Poll will be taken o. Monday, the 7th day of Septem- ber, 1919, of which due notice will be gives. Dated the 7th day of August, 1919. HENRY W. SPOWART, Clerk to the Trust. Town Hall, Llanelly.
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IWife's Maintenance. I
I Wife's Maintenance. I I ALLEGED UNSATISFACTORY TREAT- MENT AT THE ASY1.UM. I At a meeting of the Board of Guardians on Thursday, the Clerk (Mr. D. C. Edwards) stated that he had received a report from the Superintendent of the Carmarthen Asylum re a patient whose husband was ordered to pay 10s. a week towards her maintenance. The husband was of the opinion that his wife was not being treated satisfactorily and had ceased to pay towards her maintenance. The Clerk then read the report which stated that the woman had to be kept under continual observation. The ab- rasion she had on her nose was caused by interfering with another patient. The Chairman (Mr. Pugh): This man has spoken to me and he thinks he will be able to look after her better at home, but after hearing the report I think we had better leave her alone as it would not be safe for her to go home. Relieving Officer White stated that the husband had ceased paying towards the maintenance of his wife five weeks ago. Lady Howard: Will he have to pay ? The Clerk: Yes. Mr David Evans: What are the man's earnings ? The Clerk: £ 4 9s. 9d. a week. Mr. Pugh thought 10s. a week was an excessive charge as he had two children to keep also. Miss Brodie: But he has also to find her food. Mr. Dd. Evans: I can't see how he can do it. (Addressing the Clerk): You say he earns C4 9s. 9d. a week, but a man does not always work six days a week. Sometimes a man loses a day, it might be his fault and might not. I think 10s. a week is by far too much. The Clerk: That is his average earn- ings for three months. Mr. David Evans: But does the Re- lieving Officer go and get his average earnings, every three months ? Mr. H. W. Thomas: I don't think 10s. is excessive as if his wife was at home she would cost him more than that. It was ultimately decided that the nun should be called upon to pay the usual sum of 10s. a week, and also the arrears.
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IRate not CollectedI
I Rate not Collected I l TROUBLE AT PONTYBEREM. At the meeting of the Board of Guardians on Thursday the Clerk (Mr. D. C. Edwards) stated that owing ia some trouble between the Collectors at Pontyberem the poor rate which amounted to P,900 had not been collected. Mr. Roberts (Pontyberem): The trouble is we have two collectors there instead of one. The Clerk: The overseers appointed a collector and so have we. Mr. Roberts: The collector says he will have nothing to do with the overseers as they are not his fibess.)) The Chairman (Mr. Pngft) I think we should have a responsible person there to collect the money. Mr. Roberts stated that he had boon informed that the money would be col- lected and sent on next week. Mr. Dd. Evans (Pembrey): I think the Guardians are very inconsistent. The collector at Llpngennech gets 100 per cent. more than the Pontyberem man,and yet the rateable value is the same. It was decided to write to the collector at Pontyberem calling upon him to per- form his duties immediately.
I PWLL I First Grand Annual Fete (Horticultural and Poultry Show, Amateur Sports, Musical Competi- tions, and Miscellaneous Entertainments) Will be held on THE STRADEY CASTLE GROUNDS (Entrance—Beach Road, Pwll), On SATURDAY, 23rd AUGUST, 1919. Admission to Ground: 1/3 including Tax. Children, 8d., including Tax. The D and D. S. and S. Federation Band will be in attendance. Schedules and Music Programmes may be obtained from the Secretaries—Messrs T. J. and D. Samuel, Traveller's Well, Pwll; and S. V. Rees, Woodlands, Pwll.
ITOWN BAND AT CARDICAN. I
TOWN BAND AT CARDICAN. I The Llanelly Town Band have been carrying out a special programme of music at Cardigan this week on the in- vitation of the Mayor, i&ld. John Evans, J.P. The visit of the band aroused great interest in the town and district, and large crowds assembled daily outside the Guildhall from the steps of which the Band discoursed delightful music. The bandsmen also paid visits to Gwbert-on- Sea, Cilgerran, and other places in the neighbourhood.
nBrnnBRBBDwaniBBi The Llanelly ￼ Cinema I Stepney I Street Proprietors :-The Llanelly Cinema Ld, Manager:—ERNEST E. CARTER. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 12 and 13. DOROTHY DALTON in Green Eyes, %N)! C?aB ?y C?N An Ince Paramount Production featuring Screenland's foremost emotional [ Actress. W ee Lady Betty A Sparkling Play of the Emerald Isle in which BESSIE LOVE is very charm- ing as The Mistress of an Irish Castle. I THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF THE 'FURTHER ADVENTURES OF BT?GA?EE Episode 10. .THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Aug. 14, 15, 16. CERAL.DINE FARRAR in TheTurnthWheel Avery fine Romantic Drama of a Woman who risked her all to esiabKhs the Innocence of a Man Condemned to Death. RIDDLE G AWN An Artcraft Production featuring WILLIAM S. HART. An Artcraft Production featuring WtLLtAM S. HART. EDDIE POLO in The Oircus Ming Episode 7. COMMENCINC MONDAY, AUCUST 18th, MR. ands MRS. MARTIN E. JOHNSON'S Adventures among the Cannibals In 11 Parts. One a Week. Each Part takes 15 Minutes. THE CINEMA OPENS EVERY AFTERNON AT 2.30 PROFPT. THE PROGRAMME IS SUBJECT TO ALTERATIONS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE MANAGEMENT. THE RIGHT TO REFUSSE ADMISSION RESERVED. PRICES OF ADMISSION, ftd., 7d.9d., and 1/- (Exclusive of Tax). Tel. 41.
Out-door Relief. GUARDIANS GRANT A 25 PER CENT. INCREASE. A proposition made by Mr. David Evans (Pembrey) that an increase of 25 per cent. be granted to all recipients of out-door relief was passed unanimously at a meeting of the Board of Guardiana on Thursday. Mr. Evans speaking to his motion, stated that all the members were aware that the price of living had gone up 115 per cent. This would mean that a person who was in receipt of £1 a week at pre- sent had only the purchasing value in pre-war days of 8s. Then there was the case of the poor widow who got about JS1 or £1 5s. on which it was impossible for her to live. The poor rate at present is Swsd., and if an increase was granted all round of 25 per cent. it would mean an- other 4d. in the JE. But he was only asking for an increase for those who were receiving out-door relief and this would j only be an increase of ld. iR the £ every six months. He felt assured that 95 per cent.—if not more—of the ratepayers would not grudge this extra penny know- ing that it was going to the pockets of the poor. Of course there was a certain class of people who would not worry a bit about the suffering of the poor as long as they themselves benefited a bit. We have a duty to the ratepayers, but a sacred duty to the poor and needy. Mr. Elias Davies seconded the motion and said he only wished it was more than a 25 per cent. increase. Mr. Roberts (Pontyberem) Another great pity is that the education of the poor children is neglected so much. The more intelligent a child is in school the quicker it is for the parents to get them out. The Chairman (Mr. Pugh) inquired whether the increase was to be on pre- war relief ? The Guardians knew very well that some recipients of out door re- lief were more persistent than others. As a rule the people that were persistent- ly after more did not deserve it so much as the people who were not. Mr. Dd. Evans: I mean an increase of 25 per cent. on the present relief. Lady Howard: I do not quite under- stand the basis of the increase. I think everybody present will agree that we should make an increase of 25 per cent. Myself I believe that if we give out-door relief we must give adequate relief, and do the thing properly. Whether we in- crease it 25 per cent., or take each case on its merits I have not decided, but I whole-heartedly support the proposition. Then there is the interest of the rate- payers to study, "but wealth is now be- ing transferred." Mr. Harry (Llwynhendy) in support- ing the motion stated there was after all a class of people who even if they got 500 per cent. would not be satisfied. The Chairman: I am glad to hear tho sentiments that are expressed, and hope we will do justice to all. The poor in the past had always helped the poor, and I hope they will continue to do so. The proposition was then put to the meeting and passed amidst applause. Mr. Dd. Evans I hope somebody will give a notice of motion to increase it an- other 25 per, cent. (laughter).
LLANELLY SECONDS R.F.C.-I
LLANELLY SECONDS R.F.C. I A Meeting of the above Committee will be held at the Prince of Wales, on Mon- day next, at 7.30 p.m. George Jenkins, Secretary.
Pwll Baby Show. IN connection with the PWLL FETE, aliABY SHOW is to be held at the PWLL SCHOOi S. on AUGUST 23rd, from 2.30 to 6 p.m. The following classes are open to all comers:— Prizes. I.-Up to 3 months -10/ 7/6, 5/ 2,6 2.—3 to 6 months Do. Do. 3.—6 to 9 months Do. Do. j 4.—9 to 12 months Do. Do. 5.—12 to 18 months Do. Do. 6.-Delicate and Premature. Prizes of 2/6 to all entries. 7.-Twins. Prizes 12/ 10/ 8/ 6/ Entrance Cards may bo obtained from Nurse Thomas, Penllech Cottages, Pwll, and must be returned filled in on or be- fore August 14th, together with the Entrance fee of 3d., otherwise they will not be considered. Tea for Mothers and Babies will be provided free at the Schools. The Prizes will be distributed at the close of the Show at the Pwll Fete, Stradey Lodge, Beach jzoad. Entrance including tax, 1/3.
IREGISTRARS' EARNINGS. !
REGISTRARS' EARNINGS. "When I applied to the Registrars for a list showing their total earnings from the year 1914 to 1918, they all refused" stated the Clerk at a meeting of the Board of Guardians on Thursday. I then wrote to the Ministry, he continued, and judging from the reply, I was perfectly right in asking for it. But now they have all supplied it except one.
I HIGH WATER AT LLANELLY.…
I HIGH WATER AT LLANELLY. I I (The times given below have the extra I hour added). To-day: 5.3G a.m.; 5.58 p.m. Sunday: 6.19 a.m.; 6.38 p.m. Monday: 6.59 a.m.; 7.19 p.m. Tuesday: 7.40 a.m.; 7.51 p.m. Wednesday: 8.9 a.m.; 8.27 p.m. Thursday: 8.47 a.m.; 9.7 p.m. Friday: 9.29 a.m.; 9.46 p.m.
Sporting Gossip w IISwanwa again defeated. The Llanelly team paid their second visit this season to St. Helen's on Satur- I day. On the occasion of their last ap- pearance on the Swansea ground the home team were victorious by a wicket I and 27 runs, but on that date the visit- ing team was seriously handicapped i owing to a woeful lack of bowlers. Since then, however, the two old rivals had met at Stradey where Llanelly were win- ners by 56. A lot of interest was there- fore oentred round last Saturday's game, and a keen tussle for supremacy was eagerly anticipated. Ernie Gee, who had left off cricket for some time, was observed to be assisting the visiting team. Llanelly batted first, but commenced rather badly, two wickets being down for 5. Will Davies and Hubert John made it rather warm for the fielders and took the score to 60 before a spearation was effected. "Will" especially was seen to great advantage, and was evidently in a happy mood. He looked a certainty for his half century when a good delivery of Hinwood's beat him, after making an in- valuable 48. Hubert John was also in fine fettle and contributed 26 before be- ing caught. Four wickets for 71 looked none too rosy for Llanelly, but a remark- able change was effected with the arrival of Dr. Gwyn Thomas. The medico soon mastered the bowling of Crebor and Hin- wood and provided some of the brightest cricket seen at St. Helen's this season, His driving was a treat to witness, and several times he lifted the leather clean out of the field. In his magnificent total of 151 not out were included eight sixes and fifteen fours. This is the doctor's second oentnry this season. The Llanelly team have indeed been fortunate in ob- taining the services of such a stalwart cricketer. Chiefly owing to Dr. Thomas' masterly display the fifth and sixth wickets yielded an abundance of runs. The Swansea's innings opened with W. J. Bancroft (senr.) and Percy Morris, both of whom were soon disposed of by Dai Davies. J. R. Tait and J. D. D. Davies made a very strong stand, however, and enabled the score to be taken to 145. Both these batsmen passed their half- century, Tait making 73 and Davies 78. Martin Davies brought off a really splen- did catch off 'D.D.' for which he deserves the highest praise. With the dismissal of Davies a few "ducks" were recorded, but at the tail end Hinwood and Creber made a good show, the former knocking up 26 and Creber half that amount. They were unable to reach the Llanelly total. never- I theless, and the whole side was disposed of for 242, thus leaving the Llanelly men winners by two wickets and 29 runs. The two Davieses, I With such high scoring on both sides, I the bowling average.s were consequently rather poor, the best results being ob- tained by Dai Davies and Martin Davies on the Llanelly side, who took 5 for 84, and 2 for 55 respectively; whilst for) Swansea Creber captured 5 for 103, Tait I 1 for 24, and Gemmell I for 7. I Drawn Came at Stradey, I Llanelly 2nd were at home to Swansea 2nds on Saturday the game ending in a -draw. Owing to a delay on the railway a start was not made until nearly 4 o'clock. Llanelly obtained first choice on a good wicket and made good use of the first knock. The commencement however, was none too promising, Stewart being bowled in the third over of the match. Harry Paton just managed to get into double figures before he was clean bowled. Griff Rowe and Cliff Morgan then got together and provided turdy opposition to the visitors' bowling. Rowe maintained his usual consistency and was seen at his very best. Morgan, who is an old Llandovery College boy batted in exceedingly taking style, and immensely pleased the spectators. On Saturday's form he certainly deserves a trial with the premier team. Curiously enough both II Rowe and Morgan hit up exactly the | same score—67. None of the remaining j batsmen did anything worthy of no ?, the score being taken to 195 before the side was dismissed. When Swansea entered upon their task it was obvious from the beginning that there was not nearly sufficient time left for them to obtain the necessarv ) runs. It was close on six o'clock when ¡ Jackson and D. J. Reason opened their innings. The former was soon got rid of by Paton, who successfully appealed for I. b.w. Bancroft and Reason made a for- mid able stand, and put? defeat for their side out of the question. On Griffiths relieving T. M. Phillips with the ball, however, both Reason and Bancroft were caught in his first over. The Swansea score stood at 97 for three when stumps were drawn, the game thus being left un decided. Harry Griffiths bagged the honours in bowling on the home side, his two wickets being captured at the very low cost of 3 runs; Harry Paton took the other wicket at a cost of 40. Roderick's XI. Roderick's were supposed to have played Kmgsbridge on Saturday, but owing to the latter failing to make the journey to Llanelly a match was arranged with Richard Thomas and Co.'s Steel- works. The match was contested on the field of the County School. Roderick's proved far too strong for 1 their opponents and ran out easy winners I by 60 runs, the concluding scores read- ing:—Roderick's, 84, Steelworks, 24. I Some useful individual scores ware puk up on the Roderick side, the best being I W Williams (31), Dan Davies (17), DKi: Davies (11), and Arwyn Davies (10). I The top scorer for the Steelworkers was Tom Charles, who contributed 8. Men- tion must be made of the brilliant catcl. brought about by Fred Griffith.s o. thei, I Steelworks side, at deep field, who by his smart piece of work, was instrumental iop. J dismissing Dan Davies. I
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j Soccer Hopes I NEW MANAGER ON THE SCENE. ￼ NE\V MANAGElt ON THE SCENE. NEW MANAGElt ON T!iE SCENE.. Mr. Bert Leavey, the now playeir manager of the Llanelly Soccer team, arrived in the town on Tuesday and is already actively engaged in his new < duties. Speaking to a "Star" represen- j titive on Thursday evening, he said that j the ambition of the team for the coming season was to obtain "highest honours." The ground at Halfway i.s already being, attended to, and in a short time the-- team hopes to settle down to serious. training for the winter programme. A | trial match will be held on the 23rd of this month when it is hoped to unearth. some of the talent that is available local- ly. fr. Lavey played wing-forward for th& Barnsley team, in which position ho will probably figure with the Scarlets. H ?-' was one of the first to answer the call in 1914, and has served 3* years on foreign soil.
j Clerk and Relieving i Officer.…
j Clerk and Relieving i Officer. f. I "YOU DID"—"I DID NOT." At the meeting of the Board of Guardians on Thursday, the Clerk (Mr. D. C. Edwards) stated that Mr L-ong- hurst, the relieving officer, had con- sented to perform certain duties in th&'N new parish of Pontyberem. He woulcE not requiro any compensation for-- ■ Mr. Longhurst: I did not say that. The Clerks Yes, you did. Mr. Langhurst: I did not. But surely you don't want another in- ¡ crease in your salary ? Mr. David Evans (sarcastically): Let him make out a cheque for whatever ho | wants. J The discussion then dropped,
I--! Colliery Dispute
Colliery Dispute SETTLEMENT AT BROADOAK. The dispute at the Brondoak Colliery was settled by the Welsh Coal Board at the meeting on Thursday. The point of the dispute was the payment of the war wage to night men who, it was stated, were unable to continue work owing to a shortage of wagons. It was agreed that the war wage should also be paid to the men at the same colliery who were Tin- able to work on July 7th and 8th owing to a "gob" fire.
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LLANELLY PRIVATE REPORTED an KILLED. A War Office casualty list issued ofi Thursday gives the names of memlwra of the Welsh Regiment who, previously re- ported missing, are now reported to b& i; killed. We regret to find the name of & Pte. D. J. Charles (43298), Llanelly, rt: [lmong them. r
LLANELLY. Sale of a very Attractive and Desirable Freehold RESIDENCE standing in its own grounds. ￼ ELLIS POOLE, in conjunction •- J H with J. DAVIES and Son,' are in- tj structed to SELL by AUCTION at th» > STEPNEY ARMS HOTEL, Llanelly, on rW: TUESDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1919, at 3 W p.m. prompt, the following PROPER- TIES:— Lot 1.—The charming and up-to-date Vff FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, being and & known as i.!1t Bryn-yr-odin I Standing on an elevated position, and commanding an extensive and uninter- rupted view of the Estuary and Gower Coast. The House is approached by a Drive through ornamental Grounds; was H, designed and built by a renowned En- gineer for his own occupation, and haa gg in recent years been substantially addetl to and improved by the present owner, t3 Mr. T. P. Jones. It contains a spacious Lounge Hall, Large Dining-room, Draw- ing-room, Breakfast-room, 5 principal Bedrooms and elaborately fitted Bath- t room on First Floor, 3 Attic Bedroomgi -Y' Good Kitchen and Offices, and has a Secondary Staircase. Outside: Stable .+,f''f and Coach-house with Loft over, large Conservatory and Vinery, Tennis Courts Kitchen and Flower Gardens, the whol. being enclosed by a high substantial stone wall. Possession will be givea upon completion. Lot 2.—A FREEHOLD. COTTAGER being No. 15, BIGYN ROAD, Llanelly, containing 6 Large Rooms, and let to.. Mr. William Edwards. Lot 3.—A FREEHOLD BUILDING- PLOT, adjoining Lot 2, sufficient to erd: two Cottages (now used as a private ee- tronce to Lot 1). Further particulars and orders to view: a may be obtained of the Auctioneers at their Offices: Coldstream Villa sad" Cowell House, Llanelly; or of I RODERICK AND RICHARDS, I Solicitors, Llanetiff.#^