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SITUATIONS VACANT FULLY Experienced Senior Sales for Ladies' Neckwear and Fancy Departments; excellent prospects: staff privileges, etc.; no Saturday work. Employment. Manager. Farmers' Trading Co. x2O GARDENER, good, required one day per week. : Remuera district.—Phone 41-673. GIKLS for Fruit Shop. 1 Senior, 1 Junior. — Stoddard's. 61, Queen St. xl 9 GIRL for Milk Bar.—App'ly Supervisor, 60, Queen j Street. : 20 . GIRL, assist in fruit shop, full time or part time: • good wages.—Apply 179. Symonds St. 19 j GIRL wanted, about 17, for shop.—Apply Nisa Pome Ccokery. New Lynn. Phc.ne 88-833. xl 9 GIRL, refined, capable, for city tearoom; short hours: good remuneration.—Apply Maple Tearooms. 38, Victoria Street. City. re GIRL, bright, intelligent, wanted for Photo Department, counter work; experience not necessary.—Apply Manageress, Photographic Department. Wiseman's. 166. Queen S.reet. x! 8 GIRLS (3) for congenial Dining Room Work, no waiting.—Apply Matron, King's College. Phone 25-710. u xIS GIRLS wanted for, Packing Medicinals; light work, good conditions: wages above award; no Saturday work. —Apply Gilseal) Ltd.. 76, Anzac Avenue. x! 8 GIRLS for Main Office. Mail Order Dept., and as Junior Sales; good opportunity for Girls leaving school. —Staff Manager, George Court and Sons. Ltd.. Karangahape Road. xlB GIRLS for Small Goods, with experience or without, 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 really big wages. Come out and see the work you will be required to do. —Auckland Laundry. Ltd.,_ Gjey_Lynn. GIRLS (over 20 years years of age) offered £3 per 5-day week; also Girls (18 years and under) are offered attractive wages for light, congenial work.—Apply Empire Cardboard Box Co., LHI.. 359-367, _Broadway, Newmarket. x2O GROCER'S ASSISTANT," 16 to 18. with or without experience.—Town and Country Stores, Balmoral. Phone 60-932. 19 GROCERY, junior male or female, • 15-18 years, no experience necessary.—Thomson's Store. 62. Fowlds Av., Sandringham. phone 80-485. 19 HAIRDRESSER, lady's, experienced, relieving; urgent: Takapuna.—Phone 78-541. 19 HAIRDRESSER, ladies', senior or 2-3 years' e.\perience.—Cedric Beauty Salon. 42-395. 18 HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential, also Bright Junior.—Elsie 96. Karangahape Rd. D 4 HOUSE CANVASSERS for Small Woman's BOok; excellent commission.—Phone 50-155 or P.O. Box 2084. xlB HOUSEMAID waning.—Apply Hotel Auckland. D 4 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS. —Apply Royal Hotel. IM HOUSEMAID, temporary position.—Astor Hotel. Symonds St. . xlB HOUSEMAID; good wages and conditions.—Apply King's School, Remuera. < x2O HOUSEMAID, experienced; good wages; live in or out. —Prince Arthur Hotel. x! 8 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS; good wages; live in.— Hotel Stonehurst. Phone 45-562. 18 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, immediately; live in or out, week-ends free. —Phone 45-370. 19 HOUSEMAID wantedT salary" £ 150 per annum, plus £13' cost of living allowance, less £30 board and residence: if over 21 years of age an additional allowance is made of £25 per annum.— Apply Matron. Phone 88-260. L xlB IN3 URA NCE—Shorthan d Typiste required by British Insurance Company; excellent working conditions and pleasant surroundings; good prospects; apply, in own handwriting, stating age and previous experience._if any.—B.G. 0431, Star. 19 JUNIOR - TYPISTE for Solicitor's Office, previous experience unnecessary.—P.O. Box 81. 18 JUNIORS - for light,' congenial work; good wages and conditions, morning and afternoon tea; also Part-time Female Workers for light work. —Apply Factory Foreman, S. J. Gudsell and Co., 35. Elliott St.. or ring Mr. Coyle, 40-255. 18 KARITANE NURSE, preferably by the day; baby. 6 months;_ Remuera.—Phone 16-160. x! 8 lOTCHENHAND" "wanted.—Apply Hardwick Tea Rooms. 175. Queen St. xlB KJTCHENMAN, sober and reliable.—Apply Commercial Hotel. xl 9 KITCHEN WOMEN (2), capable; also Juniors; no Saturday work, good prospects, permanent position.—Hill Bros., 181, Broadway, Newmarket. 19 ANTIQUES — ANTIQUES An interesting position as SALESWOMAN in our fine Furniture. China and Crystal Showrooms is open to a Girl .with personality who is keen to learn all about Antiques. Attractive working conditions and a good salary will be paid to the right person. Write B.G. 0456, Star. xlB APPRENTICE BRICKLAYER WANTED. The Auckland Gas Company has a vacancy at its Devonport Works for a SMART LAD to be apprenticed to the Bricklaying Trade. An interesting opening and a good opportunity. Apply FOREMAN OF WORKS AT DEVONPORT or to the Assistant Engir.er at the Beaumont Street Works. :21 BOOKKEEPER BOOKKEEPER. A Progressive Manufacturing Company requires a Young Lady. 26 to 30 years of age to keep "complete*'--set 'Of - books.' v —- Ideal conditions. Five-day week; £5 per week. Reply NATIONAL BRUSH CO (N.Z.), LTD., 470-480, Great South Road; Ellerslie. 19 BOY AGE BETWEEN 17-19. WANTED FOR STORE WORK. Must be strong, conscientious, and suitable for transfer to future apprenticeship engineering and sheet-metal work.

Apply to SPEEDWAY PRODUCTS. LTD., 51. Albert Street, Auckland. xl 9 GIRLS GIRL* GIRLS! We require Girls for packing foodstuffs in our j factory at Carlton Gore Road, opposite Domain. Non-essential industry. Five-day veek. Pleasant cordit'ons, easy work, good wages. Apply BROWN. BARRETT. LTD. X2O JUNIOR GIRLS FOR ALL SECTIONS OF OUR MANUFACTURING. We require Junior Girls. Sewing experience is not necessary. Full opportunities to earn good bonuses. Apply to— M.K. MANUFACTURING. LTD.. 21. Great South Road, Newmarket. Phone 24-630. *24 LEDGERKEEPER LEDGERKEEPER YOUNG LADY, ACCURATE WITH FIGURES AND ABLE TO USE TYPEWRITER. i Five-day week. Apply by letter, stating experience, to BURNS. PHILP AND CO., LTD., P.O. Box 234, Auckland. • 18- , MONEY FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS, j EXPERIENCED MILLINERS. Full or Part-time Milliners Required up to Xmas. ■ Preference given to those not tXject to Manpower 1 direction oy reason of age or family responsibility. Reply J M.K. MANUFACTURERS. LTD., 1 24. Great South Road, Newmarket. 1 Phone 24-630. x 23 -—— : ( SALES REPRESENTATIVES REQUIRED FOR, OUR HAMILTON STAFF. A knowledge of Agricultural Machinery and 1 Pumping Equipment desirable. Own car an advantage. Permanent salaried position. : BOOTH, MACDONALD AND CO., LTD., P.O. Box 156, Hamilton. XlB SUITCASES. LETHOLITE. of Ponsonby, has Vacancies for JUNIOR GIRLS AND BOYS. j 15 to 18 years. Light, clean, in.eresting work, under ideal c 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 THE ORPHAN HOME, PAP^TOETOE. The above Home is urgently in need of the following Staff:— t ASSISTANT—Good salary. Interesting work and < excellent living conditions. Apply to i MATRON. ORPHAN HOME. PAPATOETOE. c Or PHONE PAPATOETOE 14. :21 , YOUNG LADY (16-18 YEARS) FOR SHOWROOM MODEL GOWNS, ETC. g ; One with good appearance, as Junior Sales. Wages and commission. Gcti prospects for J smart Girl. ALSO—ARTISTIC GIRL for Embroidery Machine in workroom. Singer Satin Stitcher, r one with experience desired, but not essential. j " MADAMS." 211. QUEEN STREET. xlB CAPABLE WOMAN WANTED J To Assist or Take Charge of Cafeteria Serving t Light Luncheons, etc. a Modern factory. Congenial conditions. And good wages to suitable woman. £. Hours, 9.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. Apply HOLLYWOOD SHOES. LTD.. « Stanley Street, Auckland (two minutes from tram stop). Phone 44-139. xlB CLEANING SERVICES, LTD., * GENERAL CLEANING CONTRACTORS, Have Vacancies for T KEEN AND RELIABLE YOUNG MEN IN THEIR WINDOW CLEANING DEPARTMENT. Five-day, 40-hour week. Good wages. Experience not necessary, but applicants must be able to a>ipt themselves to high work. For further particulars apply— > CLEANING SERVICES. LTD., t Ground Floor, Chancery Chambers, f Corner Chancery and O'Connell Streets. xlB c EXPERT TAILOB, with long experience in high- *■ grade Coats, men's and women's, to shape and .' trim collars and lapels; applicant must have first-hand experience with this branch of the work; wages above the award rate to the man t who proves himself expert. < Apply in person, with testimonials, to HARRIS, LANGTON, LTD., 1 Rainster House, 428. Queen Street (almost opp. Y.W.C.A.). X2O

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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