FOR BABY BASSINETTE. Standard Plimket Canvas. Wood stays. Collapsible 27/6 MATTRESS. Kapok tilled 13/11 BASSINETTE. Fibre filled 10/6 PILLOWS. Bassinette ." 3/6 HIGH CHAIR. Dark stain 32/6; White Wood 29/6 LOWER GROUND FLOOR M CI 155-159 Karangahape Road /VICLYCAIX J AUCKLAND
SITUATIONS VACANT . SENIOR SALESWOMAN and Junior Girl.— Leaning's Shoe Store, 326 I _Queen Street. 21 SHORTHAND" TYPISTE for "Essential-Industry Office; excellent prospects and conditions; no Saturday work.—Apply Secretary, P.O. Box 780. Auckland. 2> 31 snop ASSISTANT, female, urgently required lor Queen St. shop; no Saturday work, excellent conditions; interesting position for suitable cant.—Write Secretary, P.O. Box 780. Auckland. 21 STENOGRAPHER—A permanent situation open for a Senior in City Merchant's Office; interesting work: s'ate experience, qualifications, copies refs.—B.G. 0513. Star. x2O **M2J°* 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. x2l TRUCK DRIVER, experienced. General Carrying. Fred Parsons. Devonport. Phone 70-027. x2O T- I '?,^ , and Fitter s urgentfy required.—Phone 40-713 (business hours). 23 TURNER AND FITTER, first-class, wanted immediately: experience in gas welding would be an advantage.—Apply urgentlv, K.D.V. Boxes Ltd.. Morningside. 2 j TYPISTE, experienced, required; shorthand not essential; 5-day week.—Please write B.G. 0484 Star. jj TY Jw T "^ Ve , £""?».? vacancy for a smart Intermediate Typist with 2 or 3 years' office experience: shorthand not necessary.—Apply either nerA°£ aI ! y J? T by letter t0 Smith an <* Smith, Ltd.. Albert St. X 2CT WAITRESS for restaurant; Sundays free- ner-, manent.—l7. Queen St. 20 WAITRESS, experienced, uniform provided' sleep in or out: also Pantrymaid.—Apply Hotel Auckland. X2l WAITRESS. 10-6. highest wages, excellent condltlons.—Apply Mrs. Bennett, Chungking Cafe 26 Grey s Ay. _q WAITRESS, short hours, good conditions; above award; experience not necessary.—Corner House Cafeteria. Vulcan Lane. 20 WAITRESSES, midday.— Apply Manageress. 60. Queen St. jqq WINDOW DRESSER, Half-time, for Drapery Trade: originality and neatness essential.—Apply Box 1469. - n v „ O . UING L ADIES, for Hothouse Tomato Growing.— 186. P.osebank Road. Avondale. W. H BOND AND CO., LTD.—We have vacancies for Women and Girls at our Onehunga iactory The work is light and Interesting and the coudit,'i"H,.are Pleasant.—For further particulars Phone 16-166 or apply at nur main factory, 336, Manukau Rd., Epsom, 5.E.3. ' 23 WOMAN to take charge Small Cafeteria: light congenial position,.4o-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.. arid 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. alternate weeks; splendid wages: cafeteria on premises.—Colonial Ammunltlon Co.. Mt. Eden. 321 YOUNG good appearance, for Lending Library: experience unnecessary; Green Lane district—Phone 20-6P9. 21 AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY occurs in Modern Factory for a Young Lady for Stock Records and General Office Work; a knowledge of typing, although ' not absolutely necessarv, would be an advantage; S-day week: this position should appeal to a girl in the Western Suburbs.—Apply with copies of references to W. Burns and Co., Box 485, Auckland. 21 FARM HAND, with experience with sheep and cattle, required for Motuihi Island. Must be a good fencer and handy with tools. Cottage provided for married man. Applications, submitting particulars of previous experience, should be forwarded to the Town Clerk, Town Hall. Auckland. 21 GIRLS WANTED —Ideal 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. D 4 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 added value. Attractive wages and good working conditions. Applications can be made In confidence to the local Manager of Armstrong & Springhalt, Ltd., or to — W. PATTERSON & COMPANY, Karamu Road, HASTINGS. x2O TAILORESSES TAILOBESSES: 1 TROUSERS AND VEST FINISHERS WANTED, Part or Full Time, or do the work at 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.. . App'y WORKROOM, 63. QUEEN STREET. Same Building as Down Town Club, Or Phone Mr. Bldwell, 48-361. K FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET. FOR YOUNG GIRLS. Read what one o! New Zealand's most up-to-date factories offers you. Look at the photos of the sunny Manufacturing Floor; the spacious Cafeteria where morning and afternoon tea and lunch, are served; the Hospital, where nursing and medical attention are free. Our production methods assure handsome bonuses. Write or phone for your free Booklet, or ea.ll and see the Personnel Officer. Apprentices, Improvers and Journeywomen are required immediately for Machining, Finishing and Pressing at CHILDSWEAR, LTD., -Childswear Building," 166-167, Albert St., C.I. Phones 49-636, 40-308. 23 AGENCIES £■--'-■ RETURNED SERVICEMAN WISHES INTERVIEW LOCAL MANUFACTURERS, Good Selling Lines, with view to selling on Commission Basis, Covering Hawke's Bay, Wairarapa, Main Trunk, Taranaki, Manawatu, Horowhenua. Good experience in Electrical • Goods. Expects to be in Auckland two weeks. Write F. 5982, Stab. 23 EXPORT TO MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES. A Soundly Established Mercantile Organisation is anxious to get in touch with Manufacturers and Producers interested in the Export of their Products to the Middle East, including Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus, Malta, Turkey and other markets. All orders will be paid for in New Zealand when shipped. Principals will also arrange the necessary licenses and attend to all shipping arrangements. Highest references and first-class trade connections.
Write, in strictest confidence, giving details ot products and prices available, to address below.' All letters will be passed on unopened to client. EXPORT AGENT, C/o Catts-Pattersbn Company (N.Z.), Ltd., Advertising Agents, BOX 389, WELLINGTON. X2O PUPILS WANTED ABOUT DRIVING Appointments—Learn Professionally and economically. Licenses obtained. Cars provided.—Leighton Driving School. Ph. 63-134. D« 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. D 4 ELOCUTlON.—Qualified Lady Teacher.—Ring 61-135. ■ X2O EARN EXTRA MONET. MAKING TOYS AT HOME. Sell Us Your Work. . Write Now for Free Details of Wooden or Soft Toy Making (state preference). MACMASTER'S TOY SUPPLY, P.O. Box 183, Wanganui. TF PLANTS. TREES. SEEDS. Etc.. FOR BAI.E ONIONS, good, strong plants. P.L.K.. 9d 100, 7/6 1000. —Gordon. 71, Selwyn St., Onehunga. 21 COLOURED FREESIAS, rich shades 2/6 12 CALENDULAS, Giant Art Shades 3/6 SO CARNATIONS. Giant Chabaud Fancy .. 2/6 25 PANSIES. Englemann's Giant 3/6 25 STOCK. Giant Perfection Double 3/6 50 NEMESIA. large flowered, red shaded, mixed 3/6 60 ICELAND POPPIES. Artists Glory 3/6 SO SANDERS. Box. 931, Auckland. D 4 WHITE'S "PRIZE-WINNER" PLANTS. - DIRECT TO YOU! GODETIA, gorgeous pink flowers . ...../fT 3/6 50 VIOLAS, lovely sky blue 3/6 SO CANDYTUFT, lovely mixed colours 3/6 50 WALLFLOWER, old English favourites . . 3/8 50 SWEET PEAS, Spencer, large flowering .. 3/ 25 GORGEOUS PERENNIALS: CAMPANULA, valuable for edgings: daln*V blu« bell-shaped flowers—3/- dozen clumps. BLUE DAISIES (Agatha Colestis). lovely unusual blue flowered evergreen shrub—l/ 6 each. AUTUMN GLORY (Helianthus). plants become smothered in bright yellow blooms in autumn— three for 2/6. CORAL BELLS (Heuchera), fairy, coral-like spikes cf pale pink flowers —1/6 each. BRIDAL BOUQUET (Francoa). produces spikes of snowy white flowers from neat clumps—l/ 6 each. GERBERAS (Jamesonii), brilliant bright scarlet flowers—l/ 6 each, three for 4/. (Flora Plena), line double flowers, truly outstanding—3/6 each, four for 12/1. ALL ABOVE POSTED FREE! DON'T DELAY! CALL TO-DAY! We are handy to all transport. WHITE'S NURSERIES. 249-251, GREAT SOUTH ROAD (Near Terminus), GREEN LANE, 5.E.4. x2l WEATHER AND TIDES Auckland weather forecast: Some scattered light rain north of Waikato; elsewhere fair; moderating day temperatures. Snnset to-day, 5.26; sunrise to-morrow, 7.28. High water to-day, 3.29; to-morrow, 3.38 a.m.
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