COFFEE TABLE. Turned legs. 21-inch AGk/A diameter. ' *9*l w TRAYS. Figured glass top, 30 xl 2 .... 2 A/— FRUIT TROUGHS ..... 25/— alltl 37/6 PICTURES. Good selection, Iβ x 13 .. I*7 /A DINNER WAGON. Rubber wheels. Two AQ/A tra.vs. . *m* I ** .UCI VCDM ,( s 155-159 Karangahape Road MEL Y CUP* 3 AUCKLAND
SITUATIONS VACANT PLASTERER'S LABOURERS, long Job, good men. Apply A. C. Thomson and Sons. Phone 81-033. 18 PROCESSOR for Dark Room, fully qualtfled7 _ Male or Female; also Junior for light congenial work.— Phone 40-445. u R.S.A. requires Female Assistant for Cafeteria!— Apply Manager, High_st. xlB SECOND COOK, Female, for Restaurant: Sundays free. —17, Queen St. 16 SECOND COOK, experienced, no swests maTnly entrees, fish cakes and croquettes: plenty of he'p given; good wages.—274. Queen St. xl 6 SHORTHAND-TYPIST/ some — knowledie general office duties preferred.—Moonevs (N z ) Ltd 15-17. O'Connell St.- Phone 49-317. ' 17 SHORTHAND-TYPISTE and" Bookkeeper. Senior, competent.—National Machinery Co.. Ltd Phnne 43-237. After hours 80-228. ' x i 6 SHORTHAND TYPIST ETjiTnior. lnterestlns work in congenial surroundings.—Apply Paramount Films. Ltd.. Foresters' Bldg., Albert S».. Auckland, or Ring 48-660. i 3 SHORTHAND-TYPISTE —We have vacancy for smart Senior.—Personal application, with copies ot refs, to Accountant. Atlantic Union Oil Co Ltd., South British . 17 SIGNWRITER, first-class. compeTentTto take over writings and pictorial work large fleet vehicles — Apijly Wlnstone. Ltd., Symonds St., or appointment. Phone 32-334. xl g STOREMAN. capable, keeping of~records essential: light work.—Apply Tip Top Ice Cream Co. (Auck.). Ltd., 20. Dunkerran Ave., Epsom (off Market Rd.). Phone 16-300. xn THIRD COOK wanted.—Apply star Hotel. Albert Street. jjj TYPISTE, Intermediate. Sharcbroker's Office — P.O. Box 1873. is WAITRESSES, full time and mid-day.— Blake's Inn, Vulcan Lane. 17 WAITRESSES (Mid-day). Pantrymaids and Women to Clear Tables; excellent conditions, staff privileges, etc.; no Saturday work.—Manageress Tearooms, Farmers' Trading Co. Iβ WE have a vacancy for an Efficient Typiste with knowledge of general office routine: good prospects for girl with ability.—Anply personally. Amalgamated Brick and Pipe Co.. Ltd., Porcelain Factory. New. Lynn. x ig WOMAN, refined and trustworthy, as Attendant for staff lunch room in city; noon to 2.30 p.m daily Monday to Friday; 2/ per hour clear.—Phone 31-176. , . ; i 6 WOMEN, young and active, for Factory. 5-day week, hours 7 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., no Saturday work, splendid wages, cafeteria on premises —Applv Colonial Ammunition Co., Mt. Eden. 21 YOUNG LADY, Light Table Work: full or part time; experience unnecessary.—4, Hereford St Newton. , x ij YOUNG LADY ASSISTANTS required for toilet dept.—Apply the Manager. Boots, The Chemists 104, Queen St. x n APPRENTICES lor Glass Trade—We now have vacancies for Boys In the following departments: Leadlights, Bevelling, Glazing, Cutting This is an opportunity for industrious boys to learn trades under the supervision of expert craftsmen; glass is an industry with a future.—The Auckland Glass Co., Ltd.. 124, Hobson St. - Iβ IDEAL CONDlTlONS.—Continuous Employment, highest wages plus liberal bonuses, offered Girls In our modern, conveniently-situated Workrooms. You will receive expert tuition in the art 01 making Corsets and Brassieres. We require urgently Machinists, Improvers and Beginners. Apply Factory Manager; J. Steele. Ltd., opp. Newton Post Office. D 4 JUNIOR CUSTOMS CLERK—We have a vacancy for a Smart Youth as Assistant in our Shipping Costing Department; position is suitable for on Accountancy student with one or two years , shipping experience. Written applications, en< losing copies of references, to Import, B.G. 0413. STAR. an MANAGERESS, or Senior Saleswoman, who considers herself capable of taking charge and buying, is required for progressive, exclusive frock and coat shop in large country town, 30 miles south of Auckland. This will be a splendid position for successful applicant. Liberal wages and bonus Apply by letter, enclosing referencces as to integrity nnd experience, and stating cce. etc., to B.G. 0386. Star. 17 TRAVELLER—An Auckland concern, contemplating extension of activities, invites applications lor the position of Country Representative. The po,~ition calls for some knowledge ot building materials. plus ability to sell, and references as to character, etc.; salary will be commensurate with ability, and written applications are to be addressed Sale* 0405, Star. x i 7 SENIOR FOOTWEAR SALESMAN HALLENSTEIN BROS.. LTD.. require the services of an Experienced Footwear Salesman, capable of taking charge of their men's, women's and children's footwear Department at Dunedin. This position offers scope for advancement to a man with ability and ambition. Written applications, outlining details of personal and commc--clal qualifications, and Indicating date services would be available-, to FOOTWEAR, Care the Manager, the H.B. Store, Octagon. DUNEDIN. xl 7 MANAGER - FOR SILVERING AND BEVELLING BUSINESS. Old-established Silvering and Bevelling Company requires a Practical and Experienced WORKING MANAGER, with thorough knowledge of the'trade. An opportunity Is offered the right man to acquire immediately a financial interest in the business. Good salary and share of the profits. Those who fulfil the above quallficatons and have small capital to invest are invited to reply, stating experience, length of trade service, etc.. In first instance, to — " Silverer," Care W. B. FITCHETT, LTD., Advertising Agents, P.O. BOX 617. WELLINGTON. 16 lUNIORSJ 0 N 1 O B 8. Young Girls are required ror FlnleMng ana Folding Ladles' and Children's Underwear. No previous experience necessary, as the work is light and easy. Ambitious girls can earn a good bonus at this dainty and Interesting work. Conditions are excellent Uα our modern workroom. Hot and cold meals are served In the cafeteria. Tea supplied at morning and afternoon freaks. SILKNIT (N.Z ). LTD.. Eden Terrace. Iβ VIOLIN TEACHER. YOUNG LADY with Personality. Teaching experience not essential. Excellent opportunity for advancement to right applicant. Weexiy salary. Write in first instance, stating age and qualifications, to "Personality," Care CHARLES HAINES ADVERTISING AGENCY, Auckland. Iβ t SITUATIONS WANTED BARMAN,' experienced, house or private bar; GARDENER, Fowls, Lawns; separate quarters; wage.—Pensioner, _5368,_Star. xl 7 QUALIFIED and Experienced Accountant, Secretary and Cost Accountant desires Position with Commercial Firm or Manufacturer or Public Accountant.—S. 5263, STAR. xls RETURNED SERVICEMAN, aged 23, capable, possessing initiative, and willing to learn, requires Position with reasonable prospects.—H. 4575, Star. 16 WOMAN wants Work, milk bar, tea rooms. Saturday afternoons and evenngs.—Write M. 5312. STAR. 16 WOMAN, with child aged 18 months, requires Housekeeping Position; will be In Auckland early August.—S. 5014. Star. ;_l6 YOUNG LADY requires position as Housemaid in good Hotel; travelling Auckland early August.— S. 5015,' Star. Iβ YOUNG WOMAN, AGE l> "7, Seeking Position of Trust. Managerial, where initiative, good address pnd responsibility are essential. Qualified by experience manage tearooms, girls' hostel, etc. Replies invited to ENERGETIC, Box 2071. Auckland. xI6 A YOUNG RETUHNED SERVICEMAN, Returned Middle East, DESIRES POSITION WHERE TRAINING COULD 3E GIVEN. Applicant Is strong, willing and not afraid of hard work, and keen to settle down to permanent employment. Dairy Factory Work or Manufacturing Work preferred. What offers? CONSCIENTIOUS, 0432. STAR. Xl 6 FOR HIRE BOTTLE JACKS, limber Janus. Extension Laaders.—Sam White. Fanshawe_St ; _44-708 _ u FANCY COSTUMES. Evening FrocK.«. Brldni Gowns, Veils. Evening and Serge Suits: Catalogue 2d.—Deslree 310. Dilwurth Bidg. 42-491. 0 tCEM'AL CARS, late models and sizes.—ll. Nunent =t.. Khvbgr Pa£F Phone 48-541 r> RENTAL CARS — Car Hire. Ltd.. Newmarket: Business Houses a Specialty. —2. Great South Rd. Phone 17-186. M 4 7*/6 WEEK. Quotations given for Reppirs, Buttonhole and Hemstitching. Orders promptly attended to. SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, (Inc. in U.S.A.). « IM..ANTS. I'KKIiS. SKKIMS. Kit'., I-'OK SAI-K STRAWBERRY PLANTS (250). 12. 6.—P.ing '~1-033. evenings. St^Helier 16 COLOURED FREESIAS. lich shades 2/6 12 CALENDULAS. Giant Art Shades 3/6 50 CARNATIONS. Giant Chabaud Fancy . 2.6 25 PANSIES, Englemann's Ciant 3,6 25 STOCK. Giant Perfection Double 3/6 50 NEMESIA. large flowered, red shaded, mixed 3/6 50 ICELAND POPPIES. Artists Glory 3/6 50 SANDERS. Box 931. Auckland. D 4 FRUIT, PKODUCK. KTC. FOR SALE MOLASbIiS, HAi, GRITS, BARLEY. OATS, MIXED GRAIN. POULTRY FOODS of ali kinds. Supplies limited. ONIONS. SKbD POTAIOES. ETO. A. M. DOULL AND CO.. 60. Hobson Street. Auckland. Phinp 41 735 MiWEATHER AND TIDES Auckland wcJitiier forecast: Cloudy, v/ith a , few isolated showers; felt tomorrow; temperatures cold, with frosts to-night. Sunset to-day, 5.23; sunrUe to-morrow, 7.30. High water to-dny, 12.23: '.β-nioriy- "SAO a.m. >
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