DOMESTICS WANTED CHILDREN'S NURSE or Young Girl, willing to 1 learn: reliable.—Phone 62-675. 24 ! COMPANION-HELP, elderly couple, able drive prei ferred. new roomy flat, own sunny room, bagwash: £2 clear.—Mrs. T. Clark. 19. Fairview Rd.. Mt. ■ 62-551. _ 21 COOK~and Housemaid, would suit friends, private house, suburbs: excellent wages and conditions.— Phone 54-248. 21 DOMESTIC HELP, three adults in family: good wages and conditions; handy City.—Phone 61-035. HOME offered in return light household duties. small wage.—Ring x2l HOUSEKEEPER, Christian: young child- no objection to cook for 2 men and help in shed: near Hamilton.—Write Beat 2170, Auckland. 21 WOMAN, capable." all duties; good wages: no washing— Phone 16-153. 5-33 WOMAN wanted for Cleaning, mornings, before 11.—Phone 40-652. . x_2l WOMA— or Girl, assist all Household Duties: aj^ilt_familyj_good_wages.—Phone 63-718. x2_i WOMAN Tor General" Housework. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. dally.—l 66. Green Lane phone_24-15_5. 21 WOMAN, Competent, take cha'rge house: 3 small girls: business couple: away all day: £2 10/ clear. —Phone 49-487. 21 WOMAN with home nursing experience and massaga free to relieve few days weekly. — Write S. 6343. Star. J1 WORK, mornings. Monday-Saturday, by qiitet, reliable, elderly widow, in return for single furnished room, all convs.—Phone 43-535. x-i HOUSEKEEPER HOUSEKEEPER REFINED. GOOD PLAIN COOK. FOR A SUBURBAN HOME NEAR TRAM. Two in family. Business. Man and Daughter aged 15. Sole charge all duties. Good conditions. State age. References essential. H.K.. P.O. BOX 1458. SITUATIONS WANTED BOOKKEEPING, General Clerical Work, either part-time or work at home; Young Lady, 10 years' experience.—Write S. 6653._ Star. 21 CARPENTER and Joiner requires Light Work; competent tradesman: willing, honest.—S. 6806. STAR. X2l COOK, ex-Air Force, desires position: Restaurant preferred.—F. 6338. Star. x 23 COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER (33), returned serviceman, position required reputable firm, excellent selling record City preferred.—lnquiries R. 6546. Star. 21 DISCHARGED SERVICEMAN, aged 23 ; 18 months' grocery experience, 3 years other shop experience.— Write F. 6107. Star. 21 EMPLOYMENT, any business capacity, or, shop, mornings only; conscientious lady, good personality;—Write_ 8.G._0555. STAR.;_ X2l ENGINEER Executive with wide experience in Installation Repairs and Maintenance of Machines and Plant, desires change with opportunities for advancement. 18 years' Technical Training, includes Draughting. Designing, Estimating, Scheduling, Organising.—Write S. 6168, Star. 21 GROCER, 6 years' experience, free military, seeks position with Private Stqre^—F. 6238, STAR. 23 HOUSEKEEPING Position "wanted, own quarters! respectable person.—S. 6602. Star. 21 LADY, cultured, middle-aged, offers services; care office, reading, daily; 2/6 hour.—S. 6842, Star. x2l LAIJY requires Trustworthy Position, sole charge of gentleman's home, urgent.—Phone 42-724, evenings. X2l OVERCOAT wanted; also Warm Dress for patient Mental Hospital; will do digging in return.—Write S. 6072, Star. 21 POSITION. Porter-3arman or Porter, Auckland City.—Write S. 6571, STAR. 28 POSITION OF TRUST with Furnished Apartments, reliable middle-aged woman, excellent refs.—S. 6608. Star. 21 RELIABLE WOMAN, kindly, wants care elderly couple, invalid; prepare dinner, Tuesday-Thursday afternoon. 10', tare;..—Refined. S. 6451, Star. 21 RETURNED SERVICEMAN requires Permanent pc^ion^wiUing^q^earn.—S. 6520, STAR. 23 RETURNED SERVICEMAN, good organiser, used to staff control stores experience, driver, seeks Position, with prospects of advancement.—F. 6081, Star. 21 SENIOR SALESWOMAN, fully experienced, quires position in exclusive Gown or Mantle Salon.—S. 6768, STAR. , x2l WOMAN wants Housework, 4 to 5 mornings weekly.—F. 6184, Star. 21 YOUNG WOMAN." capable and clean, wants Work. Mondays, jhop or restaurant.—Write B.G. 0558, Star. x2i YOUTH, smart, requires Position, Driving Light Van.—Write F. 6256, Star. , x2l YOUNG WOMAN requires Clerical Position, 5-day week; quick, accurate typiste^^Replyßox_2os0 I _2l YOUNG LADY desires position relieving, three weeks, in Hotel Office or Theatre; experienced: available now.—Phone 18-214. x2l YOUTH U7) would like Position; North Shore preferred.—Write B.G. 0479. Star. 21 AGENCIES WE DESIRE TO THANK ALL APPLICANTS For the position of New Zealand Representative recently advertised over the non-de-plume "Hardware." care Charles Haines Advertising Agency, and advise that an appointment has now been made. 21 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 P. 5982, Star. 23 REALLY PROGRESSIVE SOUTH ISLAND REPRESENTATION OFFERED MANUFACTURERS. As an old-established firm, with a proved Selling Team covering Canterbury and the West Coast, with periodical coverage further afield, we can offer really Progressive Agency Representation In the following fields:—Hardware and Building, Rubberware, General Merchandise and Sundry Lines, excluding toiletries and cosmetics. Storage space and accounting handled. Confidential Dealings assured and Credentials to all bona fide enquiries.—Replies in first instance to,
••REPRESENTATION," C, o Box 305, CHRISTCHURCH. 23 PUl'lliS WANTED ABOUT DRIVING Appointments—Learn Protessionaily and economically. Licenses obtained. Cars provided.—Le.ghton Driving School, Ph. 63-134. 134 AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF MOTORING, estab. 1938. 'Ihorougb rapid tuition, including traffic. Latest cars provided.—P.O. Box 941. Ph._lG-308. EH AUTOMOBILE DSIVING.—Expert Rapid Tuition. Cars provided.—Consult Kiwi Motor Driving Academy. Phone 20-940. D 4 ABANDON Aquatic Struggling, swim with balance. Protessor Anderson. Tepid Baths. MS ral Education.—6th Floor. N.Z. Insurance Bl'dg. MS AUCKLAND HAIRDRESSING COLLEGE — diessers wanted, good opening.—224. Queen St. MS bTack^beaut y culture — Modern Hairdressing. Vacancies.—l4s. Karangahape Rd. N BUILDINGS. Houses Lifted. Reblocked. Repaired^ W. Osborne. P.O. Box_lßW, Auckland. _ C£ dressmaking, Patterns","" Classes.—Selwyn College, Safe Deposit Bldg., Vulcan Lane. TS Tuition all branches.— Sel-Phit School, Plaza Theatre Bldg. 41-322. MS ELOCUTlON.—Qualified ' Lady Teacher.—Ring X2O HAIRDRESSING —The Recommended New Zealand College, next Plaza. 228. Queen St.. Ph. 44-579. N LADY TEACHER, Voice Production, Pianoforte Theory; beginners.—Phone 17-877. 21 SHORTHAND, Typewriting, etc.—Selwyn College. Safe Deposit Bldg., High St. . MS VIOLIN, Piano, Expert Tuition, beginniners: terms 30'.—Write Music Tuition. B.G. 0133. STAR. MS 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 307, Wangamil. K ENGINEERING TRAINING. AS QUALIFIED MEN ARE IN GREAT DEMAND for Positions of Responsibility and High Salaries. Now is the time tn prepare for them. BOWER'S ENGINEERING AND RADIO SCHOOL. LTD., Colwlll's Chambers. Swanson Street, Auckland. C.I. Phone 42-123. MS FRENCH AND GERMAN Adults and Children Individual Lessons Only. Modern Conversation. Perfect Pronunciation. Own Voluminous Library. Literature and Art. F. W. RICHTER, 126. Remuera Rd. Phone 20-565 21 HOLLYWOOD DRESSMAKING SCHOOL, ALSTON CHAMBERS. 63. QUEEN STREET. Learn all Branches of Dressmaking and Ladies' Tailoring by Simple Method known as Hollywood System. INDIVIDUAL TUITION. MS MAKE MONEY QUICKLY—MAKING ART CRAFT Novelties in spare time at home. Ready Market, Free Outfit Provided. Write NOW for Free Prospectus. ARTCRAFT STUDIOS. P.O. BOX 264. WANGANUI. A " M O D E R N E " " M O D E R N E " SCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING. Cutting. Designing, and All Branches ol Dressmaking. 203. DILWORTH BUILDING. Phnne 43-658. MS N.Z. RADIO COLLEGE - COURSES FOR RADIO OPERATORS, ENGINEERS AND SERVICEMEN Practical and Theoretical Instruction at evenine or day classes. HELLABY'S BUILDING, opp. C.P.O Phone 30-880 TS -TUITION ♦ TEACHER wanted for Steel Guitar beginner.— State terms etc. to S. 6450, Star j 21 FOR WOMEN ADORABLE GOWNS, 161, QUEEN STREET. HALF-PRICE SALE STILL ON. Hundreds ot Garments Still To Go. Also Special Lot ot N:w Season's English Wooi Suits, usually priced 9 guineas 'o be sold nom FIVE GUINEAS Never again will surn v.lue Of offered Wool wil' be very scarce D «
Permanent link to this item
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
Using This Item
Fairfax Media is the copyright owner for the Auckland Star. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence . This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Fairfax Media. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.
This newspaper was digitised in partnership with Auckland Libraries.