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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945
SITCATIOXS VACANT GOOD OPPORTUNITIES for Machinists. A secure position with good wages and bonus. No experience in this trade necessary. We will teach you.— ' Fayre.'orm. Ltd.. 141, Victoria Street V/est. _ 17 . GROCERY—Smart Assistant wanted, Male or - Female, experienced preferred.—Apply Red and . White Grocery, Ltd., Takapuna. 17 ! GROCERY, junior male or female. 15-18 years, no experience, necessary.—Thomsons Store, 62. Fowlds At.. Sandringham. phone_S(N4Bs. 19 HAIRDRESSEItT lady's, experienced, relieving; ; urgent; Takapiina.—Phone 78-341. 19 ; HAIKDR.FSSEK, ladies', senior or 2-3 years' e.\pe- - rience.—Cedric Beauty Salon. 42-395. 18 ; n.MUURf.SSiiK. good setter essential, also Bright I Junior.—Elsie 96. tfarangnhape Rd, D 4 1 ing or consigning; good opportunity ' for young, energetic worker who can class and tally; single , accommodation. Also Slabey (1), and Labourer (I).—Apply Morningside Timber Co.. Ltd.., 14, Taylor's Road, Morningside. 17 Waverley Hotel. xl 7 HOUSEMAID wanted.-Apply Hotel" Auckland. D 4 HOt'SKMAin-WUTREhS.—AppIy Royal Hotel. O4 '. HOUSEMAID, temporary position.—Astor Hotel, ' ? J st - -— ' HOUSEMAID, experienced; good wages; live in or out.—Prince Arthur Hotel. xlB . HOUSEMAID, also Housemaid-Waitress; good wages and conditions. —Phone 42-119. xl 7 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS; good wages; live in.— Hotel Stonehurst. Phone 45-562. 18 i HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, immediately; live in or \ out, week-ends free.—Phone 45-370. 19 : HOUSEMAID wanted, salary £150 per annum. I plus £13 cost of living allowance, less £30 board I and residence: if over 21 years of age an addl- ■ tional allowance is made of £25 per annum.— ■ Apply Matron, Phone 88-260. xIS Typiste required by • British Insurance Company; excellent working ' conditions and pleasant surroundings; good prosr apply, in own handwriting, stating age and i previous experience, if any.—B.G. 0431. Star. 19 JUNIOR - TYPISTE for Solicitor's Office, previous ' experience unnecessary.—P.O. Box 81. 18 JUNIOR GIRL, for Legal Office, experience not 1 essential.—Morpeth, Gould, Wilson and Dyson, 228, : Queen Street. 17 . JUNIORS.—A gooa opportunity for Young Girls , to learn a light, clean and attractive type of 1 work: excellent opportunities for those that avail ; themselves; good wages and a bonus. —Apply ' Fayrei'orm. Ltd.. 141. Victoria Street West. 17 ; KITCHENHAND wanted.—Apply Hardwick Tea. j Rooms, _175, L Queen _St. xlB " KITCHEN WOMEN (2), capable; also Juniors; ' no Saturday work, good prospects, permanent posi- ; tion.— Hill Bros., 181, Broadway, Newmarket. 19 I LARGE, Well-established Company requires Services Competent Shorthand Typiste; excellent I working conditions; commencing salary. £4 15/ J weekly.—Apply Box 47. Symonds St. Post Office. 19 ■ LADY with knowledge of Monteesori or Proebel Methods to Care for Little Girl, 4 years old. j dally.—Phone 60-637. xl 7 • MACHINISTS, Finishers and Juniors urgently J required for Ladies - Clothing Manufacture; part- ' time workers accepted; experience not essential; ; permanent positions.—J. R. McCullough and Co., . 24-26, Wakefleld St. Phone 45-695. x! 9 ■ MACHINISTS, TdOle Hands. Finishers and ■ Apprentices wanted urgently for High C.'ass Coats • Frocks and Suits. Also Boy for Undetpresslng and ! Learn Trade.—Apply Central Manufacturing Co., e top tloor la, Liverpool Street, City 19 t MAINTENANCE MAX, for General Factory Duties e and Deliveries, able to ride motor cycle essential; . good wages.—Nagels Creations. Ltd., 79, Lome I St., Auckland. C.I. Phone V7_ ' MAN for Refreshment Stall, night work.—App'v ? 51S._Sand;ringhain_Rd. 17 "' MAN. capable, tor Bowling Green: part-time only. ) Apply L. Blood, Euckland's Bench. xlB 3 MARRIED WOMAN, part or full time, to attend . to Morning, Afternoon Teas. Purchase Staff 7 Lunches, etc. — Nuffield Manufacturing Co.. I Nuffield St.. Newmarket. Phone 24-743. - x! 7 r MARRIED WOMEN, part or full time, for 9 Finishing Department: experience unnecessary.— ; Nuffield Manufacturing Co., Nuffield St.. NewJ market. Phone 24-743. xl 7 - MEN for Factory; good wages; essential indus- " try.—Apply McKendrick Bros., Ltd., 19, Welllng- ' 19 ; MEN (2) for Stone Work and Concreting; - ineligible for manpower; good wages; no duds j need apply.—B.G. 0424. Star. x! 8 ? NEEDLE HANDS, urgently; good wages and cont i«dons.— Write . B.G. 0442. Star. 1£ : NORTH SHORE TRANSPORT CO.—A vacancy ? occurs for an Invoice Typiste at the Company's t Office. The Terrace. Takapuna. We require 2 . Coachbuilders for new and repair work at the 7 Company's Workshop, The Terrace, Takapuna.— 3 K. Nilsson. Manager. 18 e NURSE, 'some experience, live in; salary £2 10/ 3 clear.—Phone 63-968. ; xl 7 - i NURSE, light duties. Relieving. — St. George's i j Hospital. Phone 60-699. x! 7 >• NURSERY SALESMAN, experienced, lor modern 1 men's wear store; wages above award; permanent d ! position: excellent prospects.—Apply In first e I instance in writing to Box 1631, C.P.0., k • Auckland. , D 4 '■ OFFICE JUNIOR; opportunity for good all-round 4 ! office training.—Paine Bros., Otahuhu. Phone d j 16-315. XlB a i OFFICE JUNIOR—Smart Lad for Mail and Junior : i Clerical Duties; good prospects for bright boy.— y Apply Smith and Smith, Albert St. otl7 7 PAINTEKS: highest wages "first-class men.—Apply • Job. S2a. St. Leonards Rd.. Mt. Eden. xl 7 £8 for first-class man; cottage available.—Reply '• Psne'.beater, c/o Mrs. R. W. Burns, Stationer. a Te Awamutu. . x! 8 MACHINISTS. FINISHERS. PRESSERS, Wanted for our Shirt ami Clothing Factory. 4 Constant employment in interesting light work, and - good conditions. "Five-day week. Liberal bonuses. 1 WOOI.LEYS. LIMITED. 3 101. Federal Street. D 4 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS, IMPROVERS AND APPRENTICES for. Ladies'- Costumes and Coats. 0 ' Idral working conditions, good wages and bonuses. Apply Forewoman, WEST END COSTUME CO., LTD., No. 2 Factory, Brays Building, 239, Queen St., Onehunga. l>4 OVERLOOKERS, IMPROVERS, APPRENTICES,. To Learn All Branches of the Lingerie Trade. 7 Dainty and interesting work. Excellent con- - ditions. Modern cafeteria. Personal application. LADDALOC LINGERIE. 350, Broadway. Newmarket. 19 . SHORTHAND-TYPISTE, Junior or Intermediate; good conditions and training in general office Owork: 40-hour week. Monday to Friday; good N.Z. KOMESERVICEMEN'S ASSN.. ,• Colwill Chambers. Swanson Street. n - 'YOUTH OR DISABLED SERVICEMAN WANTED, To fill a vacancy on our staff. Light work, congenial conditions, 40-hour week. •, Apply Manager, BOOKBINDING DEPT., AUCKLAND STAR. D 4 . MONEY FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. EXPERIENCED MILLINERS. Full or Part-time Milliners Required up to Xmas. 7 Freierence given to those not subject to Manpower direction by reason of age or family responsibility. 5 Reply M.K. MANUFACTURERS, LTD., 24, Great South Road. Newmarket. Phone 24-630. x 23 7 SUITCASES. LETHOLITE. of Ponsonby, has Vacancies for ;. JUNIOR GIRLS AND BOYS, rt 15 to 18 years. Light. clean. interesting work. under ideal conditions. Good wages to start and overtime if desired. Established over 30 years. , PALMER. COLLINS & WHITTAKER, LTD., _ 239-241. Ponsonby Road (near Three Lamps). 19 S YOUNG LADY (16-18 YEARS) FOR SHOWROOM, MODEL GOWNS, ETC. One with good appearance, as Junior Sales. Wages and commission, Gctfi prospects for ALSO—ARTISTIC GIRL for Embroidery Machine in workroom. Singer Satin Stitcher, one with j experience desired, but not essential. 1 " MADAMS." 211, QUEEN STREET. XlB ,„ GIRLS, 15-18, anxious to change their employment. Call and see us before doing so. Consider learning the manufacture of infants' and children's clothing. This is an opportunity to learn an interesting and rt useful trade in all its branches. IMPROVERS AND JOURNEYWOMEN nlso required for Overlocking and Flat Machining. If you cannot 19 work a full week, consider a part-time position. We have a bonus system in operation, making it possible for keen workers to earn above award R wages. BOND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LTD., jj H.B. Building, Karangahape Road. 13 OFFICE JUNIOR OFFICE JUNIOR We require a Bright. Intelligent Girl for above 10 ucsition in our warehouse office. Offers prospects _• of advancement to suitable applicant. Knowledge , of typing an advantage. Good wages and working conditions. Can comc a mence immediately. - it Apply personally or Phone 40-962 for appointment. MORRIS. BLACK AND MATHESON, LTD., 9, Gore Street, City. 17 17 . . • PANTRYMAIDS AND WAITRESSES, t . Full-time and Midday. 5r ASSISTANTS TO CLEAR TABLES. Five-day week. Excellent conditions. Hest Room in Cafeteria and s<ll Staff Privileges. 17 R-staurant Manager. ~ MILNE AND CHOYCE. LTD.. s Queen Street. City. xl 9 d ■ : s ' FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET, ,g FOR YOUNG GIRLS. Read what one of New Zealand's most up-to--11 date factories offers you. Look at the photos - of the sunny Manufacturing Floor; the spacious N cafeteria where morning and afternoon tea and lunch are served; the Hospital, where nursing jg end medical attention are free. Our production sa methods assure handsome bonuses. » e Write or phone for your free Booklet, or call Jig and see the Personnel Officer. th Apprentices, Improvers and Journeyworiien are *° required Immediately for Machining, Finishing and !e > Prescing at CHILDSWEAR. LTD., "Childsweav Building," 166-167, Albert St., C.I. 21 Phones 49-636, 40-308. 23
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945
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