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SITUATIONS VACANT AGRICULTURAL Machine Assemblers (2), 1 Blacksmith, 1 Floor Moulder for iron or steel foundry wanted.—Apply Manager. Booth Macdonald and Co., Ltd.. Penrose. 20 APPRENTICE, Carpentry; good wages.—Phone 71-721 (evenings). 21 APPRENTICES (2), to learn Brass Fitting and Turning in Brass Machine Shop.—Apply D. H__nry_and_Co., 12, Nelson St. _23 ASSISTANT for Shop"Work'; good wages and conditions.—Dorothy Cakes, 21, Queen Street, C.l. x2l ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, exoerienced repairer preferred, not essential; permanent full-time work; good wages and hours.—Phone 54-703. 21 ASSISTANT CASHIER.—Young Lady for confidential position, clerical experience and knowledge of banking an advantage.—B.G. 0482,_STAK 21 BAKER, small goods, female, 40-hour 5-day week, no Saturday or Sunday work: wages £5; all women bakers employed.—Apply Manager, 60. Queen St. ' 20 BOOKBINDING— Girls, full or part time. Experience preferable but not essential. Highest wages.—Leightons. Ltd.. Nelson St. D 4 BOILERMAKER, good, used to welding; also Fitters and Turners: permanent jobs to suitable men.— Parker Engineering Co.. Madden Street. WFS4 BOOT TRADE.—Clicker required, part-time each week; nice class of work. —Write Advancement, 0478, Star. 21 BOY. for engineer's workshop.—Waterhouse and Son, 14, Ejtt St. 20 BOY or Youth for Manufacturing Display Mannequlns.—3sl. Dominion Road. _21 BOY wanted, French Polishing Trade. — Apply Imperial Furniture Co., 5, Lincoln St., Ponsonby. ~ . . ' x 23 BOY, smart, wanted for Messages; good wages and conditions.—Apply Mr. Hayes, Dispatch Office. Arthur Yates & Co.. Ltd.; Lower Albert Street_ 28 BOYS (2), wanted for Engineering Work.—Miller, Paterson and Co., Halsey St., Ci__ 20 BOYS (2) required to Learn Automatic Lathe Work; permanent position and good wages.— Amalgamated Products, Ltd., Upper Nelson a«d Howe Sts. x 23 BRASS FINISHERS, also Capstan and Turret Lathe Operators wanted; permanent jobs to capable men.—Phillips __ Smith, Ltd., Adelaide Street. Freeman's Bay. x 23 BRUSH HANDS for Ship Work.—Apply 7.45 a.m. Saturday for instructions at the Office of John Henderson. Ltd., corner of Federal and Swanson Sts.. Auckland. _20 CABINETMAKER, good tradesman, to make Highclass Occasional Furniture in spare time; would suit Pensioner or Retired Man. —Phone 60-936, after 6 p.m. 21 CARPENTER, country work; overtime optional.— Phone 100. Manurewa. 20 CARPENTERS, first-class men.—Apply Hall Construction Co., 314, Victoria Arcade, or phone 41-710 or 81-491 (evenings). 20 CARPENTERS and Builders' Labourers for City and Suburban work; 44 hours per week worked in 5 davs.—Apply D. G. Street Construction Co., Ltd., Gt. South Rd , Penrose, or Ring 17-291. 21 CATHOLIC BOYS on Farms, North Auckland. Waikato; good homes; domestic duties; Auckland, Waikato.—Catholic Youth Centre, Box 2029. x2l CHAIR FRAME Machinist, also Apprentices for Upholstery and Polishing.—Apply Farmers' Furniture Factory, Mount Eden. 21 BICYCLE MECHANIC. Highest qualifications. Knowledge of motor cycles an advantage. References. Top wages. Applications strictly confidential. MERSON BROS.. LTD., Safety Zone. 170. top Symonds Street. x2O BOY OR YOUTH FOR MESSAGES AND CLEANING UP. Chance of Apprenticeship foi: Willing Boy. Apply WALLET & FINLAYSON'S, Blake Street, off Jervois Road, Ponsonby. x2l GIRL TO LEARN CUTTING. CHILDREN'S FROCKS. LADIES' BLOUSES, ETC. Good opportunity for Smart Girl. Apply MISS I. HILL. 154, Hobson Street (opp. Trades Hall), Auckland. 21 GIRL, JUNIOR, FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK. Just leaving secondary school preferred. Apply KIDD GARRETT, LTD.. Little Queen Street, or Box 558. 20 INTERMEDIATE TYPISTE. For Large. Important Manufacturing Firm. Libeial salary, excellent opportunities and working cenditions. Five-day week. Reply In first instance to "Typlste," C/O J. ILOTT, LTD., ADVERTISING, P.O. Box 991. Auckland. 25 JUNIOR STOREMAN. BOY OR YOUTH To assist In store and dispatch of Builders' Hardware Items. Good wages for a reliable lad. . W 11. E-NSTONE. LTD.. Cor. Gillies Ave. and Mortimer Pass, Newmarket. 21 JUNIOR OFFICE GIRL, with or without experience, wanted by essential Industry in City. Good opportunity for training in general office duties. Shorthand essential. Salary above award. Reply, own handwriting, to BOX 1074, AUCKLAND. .20 JUNIOR TYPISTE. Required by an oidU-established Fire. Marine and Aeclder.t Insurance Office. Excellent working conditions. Apply at once in own handwriting to B.G. 0477. STAR. x2O MACHINISTS AND FINISHERS FOR MEN'S WEAR. Plain Sewing. Best conditions. ' Pleasant workrooms, and liberal remuneration. Free morning, lunch and afternoon tea. COSMOS, Trades Hall, Hobson Street. 21 MACHINISTS WANTED. We offer up to £4 10/ per 40-hour week, plus (optional), overtime, mo ntng and afternoon tea, ,hot showers. Previous experience unnecessary. Apply McKENDRICK BROS.. LTD.. _ 19. Wellington Street. Y MACHINISTS. FINISHERS,' PRESSERS. VVanfed for out Shirt am. Clothlns Factory. Constant emplovmcnt In interesting light work, and good conditions Five-day week. Liberal bonuses WOOLLEYS LIMITED. 101 Federal Street. D 4

MACHINISTS, FINISHERS. IMPROVERS AND IPPRENTICES ' tor Ladles' Costumes and Coats. td»al worklnß conditions, good wages and bonuses. Apply Forewoman. WEST END COSTUME CO., LTD.. No 2 Factory. Brays Building. 239. Queen St.. Onehunga D 4 MILMNFRS. EXPERIENCED, ARE REQUIRED FOR OUR MILLINERY WORKROOM. Excellent conditions and wages. Five-day week. Apply Miss Sharman, BETTY-MOURYA BONNET SHOP, 7, Vulcan Lane. 21 MOTOR' MECHANIC. FIRST-CLASS. Preferably with Tractor and Diesel experience. Must be thoroughly capable tradesman. Permanent position to reliable man. Apply H. PALMER. LTD., 51, Albert Street. ' 20 ENGINEER FOR TEXTILE ESTABLISHMENT. Must be capable of attending to maintenance work on steam unit, also general maintenance on machinery. Workshop with lathes, grinder, drill, etc., also welding «ear and forge. Salary £400 per annum. This position would suit young, energetic man desirous of progressing in the textile field. Reply— ENGINEER. BOX 1292. AUCKLAND. X2l FROCK FINISHERS FQR CLASSIC MANUFACTURING CO , LTD., We require several Finishers for our Modern Frock Workroom. This is interesting and clean work In excellent surroundings. Girls without experience will be given every consideration. Apply personally CLASSIC MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.. 2nd Floor. Sun Bldg.. Albert St. 21 JUNIOR GIRLS FOR ALL SECTIONS OF OUR jukiuiv MANUFACTURING. We require Junior Girls. Sewing experience Is not necessary. Full opportunities to tarn good bonuses. Apply to— M.K. MANUFACTURING, LTD.. 21. Great South Road. Newmarket. Phone 24-630. ' x 24 MONEY FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. EXPERIENCED MILLINERS. Full or Part-time Milliners Required up to Xmas. Preference given to those not subject to Manpower direction by reason of age or family responsibility. RePly M.K. MANUFACTURERS. LTD.. 24. Great South Road. Newmarket. Phone 24-630. *23 YOUNG LAD I ES FOR OFFICE. THREE YOUNG LADIES. JUNIOR. INTERMEDIATE OR SENIOR. ARE REQUIRED FOR OUR OFFICE. Congenial conditions and excellent prospects. Secondary education desirable. Apply M.K. MANUFACTURERS, LTD., 21. Great South Road. Newmarket. Phone 24-630. *?? EXPERT TAILOR, with long experience in highgrade Coats, men's and women's, to shape and trim cellars and lapels; applicant must have first-hand experience with this branch of the work' wages above the award rate to the man who proves himself expert. Apply In person, with testimonials, to HARRIS. LANGTON. LTD.. Rainstcr House. 428, Queen Street (almost opp- Y.W.C.A.). x2O KLIPPEL BROS (N.Z.), LTD. Invite Applications From HANDKERCHIEF MACHINISTS. lIEMSTITOasrf AND PLAIN HEMMERS. Every endeavour is made to provide Ideal workins conditions; a Cafeteria provides firs'-ciass meals at less than cost: rest periods are provided in the morning and afternoon. We offer £3 10 9 per week, and In addition it is possible for the employees to increase their wages by substantial amounts through our bonus «vj!r-n. ' call at 201. HCBSON STREET. Next dejr to Aci-anx Tyre Co. x2O

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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