SITUATIONS VACANT a finisher, experienced; must be used to high-class ■ FOREMAN BRASSMOULDER—Man to take charge f progressive foundry; good conditions.—F. 4845, - Star. 16 - GIRL to learn Hairdressing.—Phone 30~290. 17 I GIRL wanted to Learn Office Duties. — Apply - Manageress. Courtville Flats. . 17 0 GIRL, junior, for tobacconist shop: good prospects. - Apply Reg. Lewis, Ltd., corner Fort and Queen ■: Sts. 16 6 GIRL to assist Packing and Softing, good hand- - writing: good wages. 40-hour week.—British Laundry Co., 259, Parnell Rd. xl 6 GIRLS and Women for factory; light, clean work no previous experience necessary; good conditions. " Apply McNiven Bros., Ltd.. Khyber Pass Rd. 17 7 GIRLS (3) for congenial Dining Room Worki no - waiting.—Apply Matron, King's College. Phone ~ 25-710. " _ xlB 5 GIRLS for Small Goods, with experience or wlth--1 out, good wages and conditions; also Experienced Man wanted for Cookhouse.—Kiwi Bacon Co. _ Phone 32-460. X2l ' GIRLS and Women wanted, good conditions and wages. Those willing to work overtime can make j really big wages. Come out and see the work • you will be required to do.—Auckland Laundry. J Ltd.. Grey Lynn. \ D 4 : GIRLS wanted for Light Congenial Work; good - wages; 40-hour week; morning and afternoon tea ■ served. Also Part-time Female Workers required; . would suit Mt. Albert residents.—Apply Factory I Foreman. Banks Box Co., Ltd.. 16. Tay;or's Rd., . Morningslde. Phone for appointment, 60-622. 17 t GIRL, young, required, to learn retouching and I finishing; no experience necessary.—Crichton ; d'Ora, Ltd.. 338. Karangahape Rd. 16 , GOOD OPPORTUNITIES for Machinists. A secure ' position with good wages and bonus. No experience ■ in this trade necessary. We will teach you.— i HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential; also Bright , Junior.—Elsie Hubner. 96. Karangahape Rd. D 4 ; HAND IRONERS required urgently: good wages; . 40-hour week.—British Laundry Co., 259, Parnell ! Rd. >16 . HEAD YARDMAN for country Sawmill; no Invoic- . ing or consigning: good Opportunity for young. ; energetic worker who can class and tally: single accommodation. Also Slabey (1), and Labourer ; (1). —Apply Morningside Timber Co., Ltd.. 14, ' Taylor's Road, Morningslde. 17 . HOUSEMAID wanted.—Apply Hotel Auckland. D~4 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy Royal Hotel. D 4 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS, immediately; week-ends free.—Phone 45-370. 16 . HOUSEMAID, temporary position.—As tor Hotel. ! Symonds St. xiß • HOUSEMAID wanted; good wages and conditions! Apply King's School, Remuera. 16 1 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS; good wages; live in.— ■ Hotel Stonehurst, Phone 45-562. 18 ; HOUSEMAID wanted for Hotel in City; good '. wages and good conditions.—Phone 42-119. xl 6 ' HOUSEMAID salary £isoper annum. j plus £13 cost of living allowance, less £30 board and residence; if over 21 years of age an addii tional allowance is made of £25 per annum. — Apply Matron, Phone 88-260. xlB ! JUNIOR GIRL, for Legal Office, experience not essential.—Morpeth, Gould, Wilson and Dyson, 228, Queen Street. • 17 DISPATCH CLERK DISPATCH CLERK A large Auckland concern has a vacancy for an experienced ! DISPATCH CLERK, i The position is a permanent one and calls for , a man capable of controlling deliveries to rail. : boat and suburbs, and handling of goods inward, j Salary will be commensurate with ability and , applications, enclosing copies of references, to bs f addressed DELIVERY, 0412, STAR. Xl 7 EXPERIENCED MACHINISTS. Required by Frock Manufacturers. Sunny, airy workroom, ideaj working conditions. Highest wages, and excellent bonus system in operation. Hours arranged for married women. Reply BOX 2169 or RING 43-690. xl 6 ■ ENGINEER-MECHANIC. ■ WJTH GOOD GENERAL ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE, FOR POSITION AS MAINTENANCE ENGINEER. Experience ln Die-setting an advantage.' Permanent position with good prospects in growing Industry. Apply CARTON SPECIALTIES, LIMITED, 483, Manukau Rd., Epsom, Opposita Tram Barn. Phone 62-967. xl 7 GIRLS AND WOMEN WANTED For clean, light work in our new factory. Fart time if desired. Good conditions and plea- ; sant surroundings. Permanent employment offered to suitable applicants: no previous experience necessary; 40-hour week. Apply Monday morning, N. A. MORRO AND CO., LTD., Manufacturing Chemists and Cosmeticians, i. 25, George Street, Newmarket. 16 • MACHINISTS MACHINISTS. I Overlooking, Zlg Zag, Stitching and Embroidery Machinists required for the Manufacture of Ladies' and Children's Underwear. I Also Young Girls, without previous sewing experience, to learn Special Machine Wort. 1 Excellent working conditions In bright- up-to- ■ date workrooms equipped with radio. Tea supplied at morning and afternoon rest oerlods. Hot or cold meals may be obtained at low ?ost ln our modern caleterla. ■ SILKNIT (N.Z.), LTD.. Eden Terrace. Iβ ; PRESSERS PRESSERS 1 Experienced Pressers tor Ladlse and Children's Underwear. No heavy work or damp Ironing. Iron; . are aame weight as ordinary household Irons. Hours 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m Good wages, plus I bonus lor steady, conscientious workers. Radioequipped workrooms. Good wholesome lunches (hot or cold) may be obtained ln our modern caleterla. Tea supplieo at morning and aiternoon breaks. I SILKNIT (N.Z.), LTD.. Eden Terrace. ' ■ Iβ ' S O D N G MAN FOR OFF*CE. Ability and aptitude for figures chiefly required. The work will deal mainly with costings and ' statistics for our factory of over 300 hands, i The position will in addition provide a good general office training and is suitable for anyone starting on an accountancy course. It offers good prospects of advancement. Apply THE CAMBRIDGE CLOTHING FACTORY. LTD., Customs Street East. Auckland. 17 STAFF HOSTELS, TREE KIDDIES' CRECHE, Available to GIRLS. MOTHERS WITH CHILDREN. WOMEN. MACHINISTS. EXPERIENCED. And GENERAL FACTORY HANDS. Required Urgently to Staff c;ir New Building. MOTHERS with one child will be especially catered ior by the free service given at the iiIDDIES 1 CRECHE, where children are cared for during • working hours amidst pleasant surroundings by a competent, qualified Matron. . STAFF HOSTELS, up-to-date and comfortable, provided for Girls and Women, with and without . FULL BOARD can be obtained at the reasqn- ' able rate of 12.6 weekly, making the above positions extremely attractive. ' BONUS SCHEME is already paying handsome ■ rewards to experienced Machinists and oth:rs 1 who are consistent workers. Wages and con--1 ditlons excellent. Morning and afternoon tea are provided free, and a hot • lunch can be obtained for 2/6 weekly. For further particulars, apply personally, write or ring NAGELS CREATIONS, LTD.. i 79-81. LORNE STREET, AUCKLAND. Phone 49-717 x2l VACANCIES: PROVISIONAL INTERNATIONAL i CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION (CANADA). Opportunity exists for a limitea numoer of ; New Zealand personnel to serve on the stafl of . the abovementicned organisation in Canada (probable location Montreal), which will need ', a substantial permanent secretariat of personnel : its work. Applications are therelore invited on Form P.S.C. 17A (in duplicate and adapted as flcatlons and/or experience, which should be iully stated and supported by' appropriate testimonials: — A—ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL in connec- ; tion with technical committees. 2. Preparation of suitable documentation or air information for public release. i 3. AccountinE and financial control of the organisation's affairs. . 4 Analysis of economics of air transportation in preparation of accounting studies relal- ! 5. Preparation and co-ordination of statistical ' 6. Law cf air transportation. 7 Considerations relating to requirements of Customs, immigration, quarantine and other Governmental services, and in operational phases oi air transport. ■ B—EXPERTS in 1. Qualifications and licensing of operating 2. Facilities nnd organisation 'oi air routes, including requirements with respect to air ports. ■ 3. Air navigation aid. 4. Air traffic control. 5. Wireless communication and signals. 6. Meteorology. 7. Aeronautical maps, charts, air navigation notices and other airways publications. I C—TECHNICAL SPECIALISTS in Aircraft Airworthiness. Only candidates possessed of outstanding merit and wids experience are likely to bi selected. ' Definite lists of vacancies and emoluments are hot yet available, but successlul applicants will be offered appointment with appropriate remuneration. Applications, to be lodged wt:h Ihe und?rdcn;d will be transmitted to the Secretary-GJneral of The organisation, and will close on July 25 — Secretary. Public Service Commissioner. 8 Wellington. xl 6
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