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DOMESTICS WANTED — CHILDREN'S NURSE or Young Girl, willing to 23 learn; reliable.—Phone 62-675. 24 B. COMPANION HELP, refined, for about 3 weeks; 23 easy position; small, ultra-modern home.—Phone C. 40"Q61. 23 >'e DOMESTIC HELP, three aduits in family; good 23 wages and conditions; handy City.—Phone 61-035. >r — ?3 In HOUSEKEEPER, one lady.—Phone 17-355, between }. 1-3 or 6.30-3. 23 HOUSEKEEPER or Lady Help, sheep farm; liberal assistance given; £3 clear.—Phone 16-798. x 23 - WOMAN, useful, help in small Rest Home.—Phone It 61-415. 23 — WOMAN, capable, all duties; good wages: no e washing.—Phone 16-153. x 23 • WOMAN wanted to assist mother with new baby; J good wages.—Phone 20-361 (after 6 p.m.). 23 WOMAN, few hours daily, Monday to Friday; g Grey Lynn district preferred.—Ring 18-243. x 23 - WOMAN for domestic duties, daily; 2 adults, 3 ii children; immediately; good wages, temporary — P° sition • —Telephone 61-323. • 23 s WOMEN'S INSTITUTE Housekeeping Scheme— - Applications are invited from competent women.— S For particulars apply to Mrs. H. C. Baulf, Hon. Sec., South Auckland Federation, Green St., Papakura, Phone 118. x 23 YOUNG GIRL as Nursemaid to 2 young ; children; no cooking; bagwash; liberal outings: 1 Epsom.—Ring 61-149. x 23 * SITUATIONS VACANT !. APPRENTICES (2), to learn Brass Fitting and . Turning in Brass Machine Shop.—Apply D. 1 Henry and Co., 12. Nelson St. 23 ~ BAKER for High-class Home Cookery; woman pre- _ Jerr *d; good wages.—S. 6601, Star. 24 BINDERY GIRLS, Two, Skilled or Junior. Good . working conditions, staff privileges. No Saturday work.—Call or Ring 32-440, Printing Dept.. Farmers' Trading Co. ' 27 BOOKBINDING—GirIs, full or* part time. Experience preferable but not essential. Highest wages.— Leightons. Ltd., Nelson St. D 4 BOOKKEEPERS, Juniors and Intermediates, Male I or Female, required urgently; good wages and . prospects, in expanding essential industry.—Phone 49-554 day. 71-576 evenings. x 25 BOY for Messages.—Shaw's Pharmacy, Ltd., 53. > Queen St. x 25 wanted for Herald round, Parnell, good \v*T?s.—Ring 26-385. 25 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) required to Learn Automatic Lathe Work:, permanent position and good wages.— Amalgamated Products. Ltd.. Upper Nelson anH Howe Sts-. x 23 BOYS to learn a very interesting and useful trade. ■ required urgently; will be taught the trade thoroughly under best conditions, with first-class wages.—Hermes Gloves, Ltd.. Professional Cham- • bers. 9. High St. 25 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 for instructions at 12.15 p.m. Tuesday, at the office of John Henderson. L£d.. corner Swanson and Federal Streets. Auckland. x 23 COOK, female, good wages; small Guest House. Phong 48-521. x 24 COOK. Second, for home cooV<r. e 0 f entrees, etc.; also Kitchenmaid, sandwichmaking and Midday Waitress.—Blake's Inn ,_V ulean Lane. x 23 AUDIT CLERK AUDIT CLERK Leading firm of Public Accountants requires the services of a partly qualified Audit Clerk with experience. Apply in writing, stating age, experience, qualifications, etc., to , AUDIT, P.O. Box 617, Auckland. 23 GIRL, JUNIOR. FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK. Just leaving Secondary School preferred. Apply » KIDD, GARRETT, LTD., Little Queen Street, or feox 558. x 25 INTERMEDIATE TYPISTE. For Large. Important' Manufacturing Firm. Libeial salary, excellent opportunities and working conditions. Five-day week. Reply in first instance to "Typiste." C/o J. ILOTT. LTD.. ADVERTISING. P.O. Box 991, Aucklami. 25 JUNIOR TYPISTE. Required by an old-established Fire. Marine and Accident Insurance Office. / Excellent working conditions. Apply at once in own handwriting to B.G. 0519. STAR. 24 lUNIOR SHORT HANI) - TYPISTE, With 2-3 years' experience, required for a CITY PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS' OFFICE. Salary according to ability. Five-day week. Application and copies of testimonials to 8.G., 0530, STAR. 23 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS, PRESSERS, Wanted tor our Shirt anc Clothing Factory. Constant employment in interesting light work, and good conditions. Five-day week. Liberal bonuses WOOLLEYS. LIMITED 101 Federal Street D 4 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS. IMPROVERS AND APPRENTICES for Ladies' Costumes and Coats. Idea) working conditions, good wages and bonuses. Apply Forewoman, WESI END COSTUME CO., LTD.. No 2 Factory. Brays Building. 239. Queen St.. Onehunga D 4 OFFICE JUNIOR OFFICE JUNIOR SMART GIRL For Wholesale Warehouse. Excellent conditions, good wages; efficiency at typing not essential. Apply with copies. If any, references, to JUNIOR. Box 2192. X 23 PANTKYMAIDS AND WAITRESSES, full-time and mid-day; Assistants for clearing tables only: 5-d-ay week, all staff concessions, rest rooms and cafeteria. —Restaurant Manager, MILNE AND CHOYCE. LTD., j Queen Street. City. x 23 | 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 AMMUNITION CO.. Mount Eden, Auckland. 28 WOMAN FOR KITCHEN, excellent wages. Also GIRL (15 or 16), pleasant work: £2 week, rises 10/ every 3 months. Five-day week. No night , work All holidays. MANAGER. ARCADE TEAROOMS, Bus Terminal. x 23 1 ARE YOU AN EXTERIENCFD MACHINIST? j Are you an Improver Machinist able to do better class work? Are you an Experienced Machinist able to do part-time work? It so. please apply at once. Top wages to c producers. i L. ALBERT, £ Mantle Manufacturer, s National Mutual Bldg., Chancery St. 23 CAR SPRAY PAINTERS, PANEL BEATERS AND BODYMAKERS. We have vacancies in the above departments for " reliable tradesmen in our fully-equipped and * centrally located, modern workshop. Best of wages and working conditions make these attractive positions. Apply to the Manager. D.S.C. AND COUSINS. LTD.. Bankside Street. Auckland. C.l. MS 11 SHIFT ENGINEER OFFERED OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY. • A large and nationally important Essential Industry has an opening for a Shift Engineer who holds a Marine 8.0. T. Certificate and is experienced on water tube boilers and steam turbines. Attractive salary and excellent working conditions are offered in a pleasant climate. Full particulars supplied on application. Reply in first instance, stating manpowei obligations and whether married or single, to M Engineer," C/o J. ILOTT, LTD.. ADVERTISING. P.O. Box 991. Auckland. 24 ( SENIOR BURROUGHS . OPERATOR. A large Retail Store invites applications from a SENIOR BURROUGHS OPERATOR n n who will eventually be capable of taking control of the Ledger Department. Ci The successful applicant must oe adaptable to learn new and improved systems, have a good knowledge of bookkeeping and be capable of controlling staff. A good commencing salary, with further - increases, will be paid to the suitable person. g Apply in first instance, enclosing copies of references, to B.G 0522. Star. re 24 SMITH & BROWN, LTD., Require the folio ing Staff: POLISHER, for Retail Store. Wages £7 5/ '.or " 40-hour week. Excellent conditions. Permanent position, with staff benefits, to a good Polisher. Apply Retail Store, Symonds Street. ADULT MESSENGER, for general message work. __ Must be trustworthy and active. Good wages. Five-day week. Apply, with references, to retail W store, Symonds Street. CABINETMAKERS. First-class Tradesmen. Wages £8 for 40-hour week. Good conditions. Apply Factory, 2, Porter's Avenue, Eden Terrace, C.3. r SMITH & BROWN, LTD., \ AUCKLAND, C.3. x 23 [ FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET. FOR YOUNG GIRLS. - Read what one or New Zealand's most up-to- 11 date factories offers you. Look at the photos ol 'the sunny Manufacturing Floor; the spacious Cafeteria where morning and afternoon tea and _ lunch are served; the Hospital, where nursing B and medical attention are free. Our production methods assure handsome bonuses. q Write or phone for your free Booklet, or call and see the Personnel Officer. i! Apprentices. Improvers and Journeywomen are required immediately for Machining. Finishing and pressing al ? CHILDSWEAR. LTD., 1 Childsweai Building," 166-167, Albert St. C.l Phones 49-636. 40-3iiß. 23

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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