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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
SITUATIONS VACANT PART-TIME SERVICES. Large Manufacturing Company requires the Perttime Services of , A Senior or Intermediate Shorthand Typists. A Senior or Intermediate General Office Clerk. No Saturday work. Hours to suit applicant. Apply by letted to "PART-TIME," C/o The Goldberg Advertising Agency, Ltd.,P.O. Box 1759. Auckland. Hi FRESSER. PRESSER. We require Underpresser used to H°ff m »i> f**™ Opening Machines and underpressing by nana iron. Youth with some experience preferred or boy desiring to learn the trade will be ""sJfijEL. Award wages plus bonus. Staff privileges. Good conditions. Apply in person to Inquiry Desk, First Floor, FARMERS' TRADING CO. 21 SIX GOOD MEN URGENTLY REQUDJED (Mechanically Minded) For our Superphosphate Manufacturing Department at Westfleld. Shift work, 2 shifts per day between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. Working 6 days per week. Average gross earnings approximately £8 per week. Preferable applicants should have bicycle and live within reasonable distance of works. Apply Works Superintendent, KEMPTHORNE PROSSER AND CO., LTD., Bell Avenue, Westfleld. 21 TEMPORARY TY PISTE WANTED. ARTHUR YATES & CO.. LTD.. require for Main Office, a TEMPORARY TYPISTE for next three to four months; also JUNIOR GIRL (permanent position). These situations offer congenial conditions with nice comrades. Good remuneration. PP ' ARTHUR YATES & CO., LTD., Seedsmen, Lower Albert Street. 24 T. R. GILLMAN, LIMITED, GREY STREET. ONEHUNQA. We have vacancies In a clean, progressive Essential Industry for ' GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. Girls residing in or near Onehunga. can save travelling and fares by commencing with us. Phone 54-852. or call Monday-Friday, between the hours of 9 and 4. 21 WAITEMATA COUNTY COUNCIL. A ROAD SURFACEMAN is required by the above Local Body for work i Waitakere Riding (Taupaki district). Applicants must have had experience in road maintenance work. Award rates of pay. Applications, addressed to the County Clerk, and marked "Surfaceman. Taupaki," close at noon on Friday, July 27. 1945. I :21 E. G. FULLER. County Clerk. WE nAVE VACANCIES IN OUR UNDERWEAR FACTORY FOR THE FOLLOWING:— BOY, to assist Mechanic and for Sundry Duties. EXAMINER, for Dispatch. MACHINISTS for all types of machines, including O'locker, Zig-zag, Flatlock, Embroidery, Plain Stitch. Apply to the Manager, ROSS & OLENDINING, LTD.. Underwear Factory, Symonds Street (above Tutts). 28 YOUTH, WITH AMBITION, WHO IS PREPARED TO EQUIP HIMSELF FOR A BRANCH MANAGER'S POSITION IN A SHORT PERIOD. Suitable applicant will be given every opportunity to learn full details of retail trade. OFFERS SHOE STORE, Newton. 21 ADVERTISING SPECIALIST A Large Mercantile Firm with branches wishes to appoint an Advertising Specialist to organise and handle Newspaper and Circular Advertising. Ticket Writing and Display Ability an advantage also knowledge of Office Routine, but these qualifications are not essential. This Is an outstanding opportunity for a keen man to create an important position in an expanding business. Write in first Instance to "Advertising," Care CHARLES HAINES ADVERTISING AGENCY, Auckland. 21 JUNIOR GIRLS JUNIOR GIRLS. There is a unique opportunity for two Junior Girls to learn a highly-skilled and interesting Job In our Spinning Department. Apart from good wages during tuition, you will soon earn a substantial bonus, making your total earnings worth while. These are permanent positions with an oldestablished organisation. Morning and afternoon tea provided. Inquire for further particulars from TATTERSFIELD, LIMITED. Richmond Avenue. Phone 26-039. :31 LADY CUTTER AND DESIGNER REQUIRED. Christchurch Frock Business, which in five years has never made two frocks alike, requires a Lady Cutter and Designer to take charge of 10-hand workroom, and also control 2 shops under same management. Salary up to £520 per annum, in accordance with, experience, etc. Apply, stating a«e, experience, enclosing copies only of references, to "Styles," C/o J. ILOTT, LTD., ADVERTISING, Maritime Bids.. 149. Hereford Street, Christchurch. 21 FOOTWEAR TRADE. APPRENTICES WANTED LEARN A TRADE WITH &N ASSURED FUTURE. Smart and Ambitious Youths from 15 to 18 will be given full tuition and expert supervision in any of the following departments: Clicking, Benching and Finishing. High wages will be paid while learning. Parents can be assured that their son will be working under good conditions and entering a trade whose post-war prospects are guaranteed. Apply GADABOUTS, LTD., 408, Broadway, Newmarket. Phone 25-422. 21 GIRLBI GIRLS! We have several openings suitable for those who have had little or no experience in Industry. The work Is light and dainty and we feel sure we can offer you something really interesting at ■ very good wage. For those with domestic responsibilities we can arrange hours to suit your home duties. Call and talk It over or telephone for particulars. NU VENUS FOUNDATIONS, LTD., Foundation Garment Manufacturers, 28. Fanshawe Street (near Albert Street). Phone 49-418. WS4
CITY OF AUCKLAND. CLERICAL CADET. Applications will be received at the Office of the Town Clerk. Town Hall. Auckland, for the Dosition of Clerical Cadet on the Council's staff. The commencing salary will be according to previous service, with: a minimum of £108 18/ trees. Applicants, who must have passed the University Entrance , Examination or hold the School Leaving Certificate, will receive a thorough training in all branches of Local Body Administration. A copy of conditions of appointment may be obtained on application at this office. T. W. M. ASHBY, :xil Town Clerk. FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET, FOB YOUNO 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 Jor your free Booklet, or call and see the Personnel Officer. Apprentices, Improvers and Joumeywomen 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 FLAMINGO FROCKS Invite Applications for Employment from First-class Experienced Young LADY MACHINISTS. Also LEARNERS. Girls under 18 who wish now to change their occupation may count on being thoroughly trained in the fascinating work of High-class Dressmaking, under excellent conditions and in most pleasant surroundings. To be a good Dressmaker Is something of which any girl can be proud and something which will be of great value -to her all her life. Our Workroom Superintendent, MRS. WALKER, may be interviewed on Saturday mornings or during the week. Address— TOP FLOOR, SUN BUILDING, ■ Corner Albert and Wyndham streets. 21 STAFF HOSTELS, FREE KIDDIES' CRECHE, Available to GIRLS. MOTHERS WITH CHILDREN. WOMEN MACHINISTS. EXPERIENCED. And GENERAL FACTORY HANDS. Required Urgently to Staff out New Building. MOTHERS with one child will be especially catered for by the free service given at the KIDDIES' CRECHE, where children are cared for during working hours amidst pleasant surroundings by a competent, qualified Matron. STAFF HOSTELS, up-to-date and comfortable orovided for Girls and Women, with and without children, requiring a comfortable home where FULL BOARD can be obtained at the reasonable rate of 12/6 weekly, making the above positions extremely attractive, BONUS SCHEME Is already paying handsome rewards to experienced Machinists and other? who are consistent workers. Wages and conditions excellent. Morn ing and afternoon tea are provided free, and a hot lunch can be obtained for 2/8 weekly. For further particular*, apply personally, writ* or riric NAOELS CREATION 8. LTD.. 79-81. LORNE STREET. AUCKLAND. Phone 49-717. x2i
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
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