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WRITING DESK. Tallboy Com- £10/10/0 bination. Dark stain. ' TALLBOY. Light Rimu. Well £,A /tJL /6 finished. Smooth running drawers. *■'**/ / CHINA CABINET. Oak timber. £11/17/£» Bow-end lendlights. • " ' • 155-169 Karangahape Road

SITUATIONS VACANT SHOP ASSISTANT, Female, urgently required for Queen St. Shop; no Saturday work, excellent conditions; interesting position for suitable applicant.—Write Secretary, P.O. Box 780, Auckland. 19 TRACTOR DRIVER for D 8 Caterpillar, with winch and blade: must be experienced in logging and tram formation: single accommodation. —Apply Dominion Timber Co.. Ltd., Owhango. "T1 TURNER, first class, required urgently; up-to-date shop, good conditions.—H. J. Ryan, Ltd. Phone 41-928. *1 Ti'PISTE required for branch office in country; wages and conditions good; board available. — Apply N.Z. Forest Products, Box 1884. Auckland. 19 TYPISTE, experienced, required; shorthand not essential; 5-day week. —Please write B.G. 0484. Star. 21 TYfISTE JUNIOR, general office duties; no Saturday; sharebroker's office.—Raymond Sheath & Son. 37, Shortland Street. 19 TYPIST —We have a vacancy for a smart Intermediate Typist with 2 or 3 years' office experience; shorthand not necessary.—Apply either personally or by letter to Smith and Smith, Ltd.. Albert St. x2O VACANCY for an Experienced Typiste with knowledge of general office routine; good prospects for Girl with ability; apply personally.— Amalgamated Brick and Pipe Co., Ltd. (Porcelain Factory). New Lynn. xl 9 WAITRESS for restaurant; Sundays free; permanent. —17. Queen St. 20 WAITRESS, experienced, uniform provided? sleep in or out; also Pantrvmaid.—Apply Hotel Auckland. x2l WAITRESS, experienced, uniform provided; sleep in or out; also Pantrymaid.—Apply Hotel Auckland. 19 WAITRESS. 10-6, highest wages, excellent conditions. —Apply Mrs. Bennett, Chungking Cafe, 26. Grey's Av. 20 WAITRESS, short hours, good conditions; above award; experience not necessary.—Corner House Cafeteria. Vtilcan Lane. 20 WAITRESS-HOUSEMAID, required immediately for Grand Hotel. Helensville. —Apply Dominion Breweries, Ltd., Room 307, Queen's Arcade. x! 8 WAITRESSES, mid-day.—Apply Manageress, 60. Queen St. x2O YOUNG LADIES, for Hothouse Tomato Growing.— 186, Rosebank Road. Avondale. x2l W. 11. BOND AND CO., LTD. —We have vacancies for Women and Girls at our Onehunga lactory. The work is light and interesting and the conditions are pleasant.—For further particulars Phone 16-166 or apply at our main factory, 336, Manukau Rd., Epsom. 5.E.3. 23 WOMAN to take charge Small Cafeteria; light, congenial position. 40-hour week; excellent wage* and permanent position to capable person.—Nagels Creations, Ltd., 79, Lome St., Auckland. Phone 49-717. . 21 WOMEN, young and active, for Factory; six-day week, shift work, hours 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.. and 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. alternate weeks; splendid wages: cafeteria on premises.—Colonial Ammunitlon Co., Mt. Eden. x2l YOUTH, 15-18. modern grocery store, handy city; good wages and bonus. —Phone Mr. Mayer, 30-045. . xl 9 ASSISTANT JOINERY FOREMAN—Leading Joinery Manufacturer offers Permanent Position to Capable Man. Successful applicant must be able to handle men. read plans, take off quantities and organise work, and will be trained in factory management. Wage £7 15/ for 40-hour week.— Apply in writing, giving full particulars of experience and ability, to Joiner. 0462. Star. 19 GIRLS WANTED—IdeaI conditions, continuous employment, highest wages, plus liberal bonuses, offered Girls in our modern, convenientlysituated Workrooms. You will receive expert tuition in the art of making Corsets and Brassieres. We require urgently Machinists, Improvers and Beginners.—Apply Factory Manager, J. Steele, Ltd.. opp. Newton Post Office. P 4 P R E S S E R. We Require UNDERPRESSER used to Hoffman Seam Opening Machines and Underpressing by Hand Iron. Youth with some experience preferred, or Boy desiring to learn the trade will be considered. Award wages, plus bonus. Staff privileges. Good conditions. Apply in person to Inquiry Desk. First Floor, FARMERS' TRADING CO. 19 TAILORESSES TAILORESSES. TROUSERS AND VEST FINISHERS WANTED, Part or Full Time, or do the work "t home. We can place a few Beginners who will be taught to make the garments right through. Essential industry. Pay is good. HUGH WRIGHT, LTD.. Ap'<* WORKROOM. 63. QUEEN STREET, „ Same Building as Down Town Club, Or Phone Mr. Bldwell. 48-361. 20, TIMARU BOROUGH COUNCIL. POSITION OF DRAUGHTSMAN. Applications are called for the position of Dx*aughtsman in the Borough Engineer's Office. Conditions of appointment may be seen at this office or may be had on application to the Borough Engineer. < Applications,* addressed to the Borough Engineer and endorsed "Draughtsman," will be received up till Noon on MONDAY, 6th August, 1945. xl 9 J. M. JENKINS, Town Clerk. OFFICE EQUIPMENT MECHANIC. We require the services of an OFFICE EQUIPMENT MECHANIC. A good knowledge of the typewriter trade is the only essential, although knowledge of other branches of the trade would be of adaed value. Attractive wages and good working conditions. Applications can be made in confidence to the local Manager of Armstrong & Springhall, Ltd., or to— W. PATTERSON & COMPANY, Karamu Road, HASTINGS,. x2O SITUATIONS~WANTEP MAN, young, experienced, gardening, etc., able milk; live in.—Write H. 6068. Star. x! 9 RETURNED SERVICEMAN requires Position Driving Truck or Car. —Reply H. 5988, Star. 19 RETURNED SERVICEMAN (29), business experience, own car. slight disability, requires Position, Traveller, town or country.—H. 6052, Star. x! 9 RETURNED SERVICEMAN requires position, 9 years' experience Storeman and Packer; Driving or Storeman; what offers?— Write H. 5975, Star. _19 WOMAN, elderly, would like few hours morning, light duties; vicinity Mt. Albert, Avondale. — Write B.G. 0490. Star. xl 9 YOUTH (17) would like Position; North Shore preferred.—Write B.G. 0479, Star. 21 AGENCIES _ SALESMAN, 36, with 15 years' selling, excellent credentials and clientele, highly successful sales returns, own car, wishes contact firm offering good prospects; territory, Canterbury, Nelson, Marlborough, Westland provinces; in Auckland until Saturday.—Please ring Phone 42-391. P.O. Box 1403. xl 9 PUPILS WANTED ABOUT DRIVING Appointments—Learn Professionally and economically. Licenses obtained. Car» provided.—Leighton Driving School, Ph. 63-134. D 4

AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF MOTORING, estab. 1938. Thorough rapid tuition, including traffic. Latest cars provided.—P.O. Box 941. Ph. 16-308. D 4 AUTOMOBILE DRIVING.—Expert Rapid Tuition. Cars provided.—Consult Kiwi Motor Driving Academy. Phone 20-940. s D 4 BLACK'S BEAUTY CULTURE — Modern Hairdressing. Vacancies. —145, Karangahape Rd. N HAIRDRESSING—The Recommended New Zealand College, next Plaza. 228. Queen St., Ph. 44-579. N EARN 5/ TO 10/ PER HOUR WRITING DISPLAY CARDS AND TICKETS. Full nr Part Time Job. Free Illustrated Booklet shows you how. Write now. MCKAY'S ART SCHOOL, P.O. Box 367, Wanganui. K FOR WOMEN ATTRACTIVE PERM., Machineless Perm, f/6; Combination, 10/6.—Phdhe 41-708 Bring Advt. V ABANDON Septic Fingers—Septocide guaranteed cure, Stainless Germicidal Paint, no dressings; 3/ and 5/6.— H. H. Jefferson, Chemist, 7, Khyber Pass. HF AILMENTS of Women—Eliza Powell. Consulting Chemist (9 to 5). 406. Col. Mutual Bldg. 40-043. HF MACHINELESS Oil Permanent Wave.—Molly Birch,' Hair Specialist. 183. Symonds St. 45-033. TF NESTLE'S SHAMPOO Tint, all shades obtainable. Miss Borgolte, City Chambers, Phone 43-215. V SISTER ALICE, Mental Healer, Psychologist.—l 4, Northland St., Grey Lynn. Phone 26-083. G THE MODERN BAG"cO., LTD., "Your Leather Goods Firm." We have the largest leather poods repair service in the Dominion. We have a speedy 4-day service for all Boot and Shoe Repairs. -We specialise in Children's Boot and Shoe Repairs. Our four shops are: 400. Queen St., little above and opp. Town Hall; 19. Shortland St., opp. Star Office; 270. Karanganape Rd., six doors (Pomonby side), past Geo. Court's: 250. Brosdway, Newmarket. car zone, near Station entrance. V ADORABLE GOWNS. 167, QUEEN STREET. HALF-PRICE SALE STILL ON. Hundreds ot Garments Still To Go. Also Special Lot of New Season's English Wool Suits, usually priced 9 guineas, to be sold from FIVE GUINEAS Never again will such value be offered. Wool wi{' be very scarce. D 4 KXCHANCKS BUNGALOW wanted to rent in Aucklanud. in exchange for same in Palmerston North.—Coutts, P.O. Box 40. Auckland. 20 EXCHANGE only— : Westmere Bungalow. 3 bedrooms. for similar elsewhere; possession.—H. 5919. Star. 19 OWNER Attractive 5-roomed Bungalow. Island Bay. Wellington, close trams, shops, school, value £2100 wishes exchange Similar Property, Auckland suburb.—H. 6028. Star. x2l OWNER will Exchange All-electric House. 6 large rooms and k'ette. situated in Epsom, for smaller House, any district; no agents.—Write B.G. 0185. STAR. 19 STATE HOUSE, 2 bedrooms, Hamilton; exchange for same Auckland.—Phone 63-339. 19 STATE UNIT, 2-storey, 2 bedrooms, Orakei, lovely harbour views, close to beach, bus stop outside door, for same or House, anywhere, with phone.—Ring 18-040. 20 STATE HOUSE, Mt. Roskill, 2 bedrooms, three minutes trams, shops, level section, fruit trees, for 3 bedrooms or 2 bedrooms and sun porch, electric, Orakei or Mission Bay.—Write H. 6047. Star. x2l WEATHER AND TIDES Auckland weather forecast: Fine in Waikato, but cloudy elsewhere; cool temperatures, with frosts inland. Sunset to-day, 5.25; sunrise to-morrow, 7.28. High water to-day, 2.39; to-morrow, 2.50 a.m.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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