SITUATIONS VACANT COOK, third, also Kitchenmaid. —Apply Matron, King's College. Otahuhu. Phone 25-710. 23 COOK and Cook's Assistant, also Relieving Maid, for Training College Hostel. Avondale. excellent c £ n l i l ioll ®'_ hours ' wa P es - —Phone Matron 88-297. _ 25 COOKS, two 2nd, one 3rd.—Star Hotel. Albert St. X 25 DRESSMAKER; must be used to hign-class work. — Apply or Phone Adrian Gowns, 41-368. 24 DRESSMAKER MACHINIST, first-class Coat and Frock Machinist.—Apply 561, Manukau Rd.. Epsom, after 4 pun. 28 DRIVER, must be strong, conscientious and trustworthy; this is a special position and offers good prospects to suitable man; returned soldier preferred.—Apply personally, Sanfords, Ltd., Jellicoe Street, City. x 24 ENGINE DRIVER with Second Class Certificate. Apply Henderson' and Pollard. Ltd., Enfield St.. Eden. 24 EXAMINER.—One of Auckland's Leading Manufacturers of Ladies' Coats and Suits has a vacancy on the staff for an examiner. This is a very attractive position carrying a very good wage with excellent working conditions. —Write Examiner, B.G. 0536, Star. 27 FEMALE WORKERS, part-time, for our Pea and Bean Sorting Dept.—Arthur Yates and Co., Lower Albert St. 25 i FINISHER, experienced; must be used to high-class | work.—Apply or Phone Adrian Gowns. 41-368. 24 ' FINISHERS—We require the services of Three Stock Table Hands for Men's Clothing. Competent hands will be paid above award wages.—The Dominion Clothing Co., Ltd.. 312, Queen Street. next St. James' Theatre. Fhone 45-566. 24 GARDENER, capable, to design a .ay-out for 2acre private garden; must have artistic and modern ideas.—Apply for interview, Leah Taylor. Chan»cery Chambers. O'Connell St. 24 GENERAL, Femala. good wages, easy work. — Manager. R.S.A., JHigh St. x 25 GENERAL, experienced, live in.—Phone 4. Marine Hotel. Howick. 23 GENERAL, one day week, do washing and cleaning.—Phone 48-521. x 25 GENERAL, female, good .10b, good wages.—Manaeer. R.S.A.. High St. 23 GIRL (17), for Milk Bar, no night work, good wages.—Apply Scott's Milk Bar, Newmarket. 25 GIRL or Woman, home cookery; honest; 5-day week.—s6. Shortland St. x 23 GIRL or Boy for Grocery Store, Penrose. —Rin<? 20-088. x 23 GIRLS wanted for packing medicinals; good conditions and wages, light work; no Saturday.— Apply Manager, Gilseal. Ltd., 76, Anzac Ave._x23 GIRLS (3) for congenial Dining Room Work, no waiting.—Matron, King's College. Ph. 25-710. 23 GIRLS and Women wanted, good conditions and wages. Those willing to work overtime can make really big wages. Come out and see the work you will be reaulred to do. —Auckland Laundry. Ltd.. Grey Lynn. D 4 HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential; also Bright Junior.—Elsie 96. Karangahaoe Rd. D 4 HAND KNITTERS, for Bedjackets. Tea Cosies, etc. M. 6898. Star. 23 HANDY MAN, house cow,- good home; pensioner preferred.—Convent, Shakespeare Rd., Milford. Phone 78-301. t x 25 HOUSEMAIDS (2). —Apply Waverley Hotel. x 23 HOUSEMAID wanteq. — Apply Hotel Auckland. D 4 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy RoyaJ Hotel. D 4 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy ' People's Palace, Queen Street ; ■ 24 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS; week-ends free: live in or cut. —Phone 45-370. x 24 HOUSEMAID and Relieving Maid, good conditions, 40-hour week; live out. —Phone 42-266. x 25 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS," Bed and Breakfast House, live in; £2 5/ clear. — Avonhyrste, 62. Symonds St. x 25 j HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, "live in or out: ideal I seaside situation.—Grand Vue Hotel, St. Helier's Phone 50-650. x 25 HOUSEMAID wanted, salary £150 per annum, plus £13 cost of living allowance, less £30 befard and residence: if over 21 years of age and additional allowance is made of £25 per annum.—Apply Matron, phone 88-260. 25 EXCELLENT SHOP POSITION FOR A YOUNG LADY AGED 18 TO 25. Here Is an excellent position with unquestionably sound go-ahead prospects. Highest wages offered. * *• Apply Head Office, MODERN BAG' CO., LTD.. A little above and opposite the Town Hall. 23 INVOICE TYPISTE INVOICE TYPISTE With knowledge of bookkeeping machine and office routine. Shorthand not essential. Excellent opportunities in a growing concern for a good worker. Minimum salary £4 per week, or more in accordance with experience. Apply with copies only of references, to BOX 16. NEWMARKET. 23 INTERMEDIATE TOILET ASSISTANT REQUIRED FOR BOOTS, THE CHEMISTS (New Zealand). Ltd. Young L«ady of pleasing personality, 18 years of age approximately. Previous experience not necessary but desirable if possible. Apply personally to Manager, BOOTS THE CHEMISTS (N.Z.). LTD., 104, Queen Street, Auckland. 24 JUNIOR GIRLS FOR ALL SECTIONS OF OUR MANUFACTURING. We require Junior Girls. Sewing experience is not necessary. Full opportunities to earn good bonuses. Apply to— M.K. MANUFACTURING. LTD.. 21. Great South Road. Newmarket. Phone 24-630. x 24 MACHINISTS MACHINISTS. Experienced Overlock Machinists required in our Factory, Manufacturing Ladies' • and Men's Underwear Light, daihty and interesting work. Highest yages and bonuses. Centrally situated. Essential industry. Apply STIRLING HENRY (N.Z.), LTD.. 406, Queen Street, Auckland. MF4 MONEY FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. EXPERIENCED MILLINERS. ?ull or Part-time Milliners Required up to Xmas. 3 referenre given to those not subject to Manpower iirection oy reason of age or family responsibility Reply z M.K. MANUFACTURERS. LTD.,' 24. Great South Road. Newmarket. Phone 24-630. x 23 rOONO LADIES 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. 'hone 24-630. x 23 j JOYS AND YOUTHS FOR PERMANENT POSITION IN THE OPERATION OF INTERESTING MACHINERY. Good training will be given in the manufacture I different paper and cardboard goods. This J 5 a developing industry and prospects for J dvancement are good. High wages and subtantial bonus for keen'workers. Apply CARTON SPECIALTIES, LTD., 483, Manuksu Rd., Epsom, opp. Tram Depot. Phone_ 62-967_ * 24 [OTEL ST. GEORGE, I Wellington's Leading Hotel, rrgently requires a number of Smart Girls to act *as Waitresses. £ Excellent working conditions and Jiving quarters 1 a really modern hotel. Apply in first instance to 1 DINING ROOM MANAGERESS, Hotel St. George, Wellington. x 24 HOTEL ST. GEORGE, WELLINGTON'S LEADING HOTEL, 1 Urgently Requires the Services of a C HEAD WAITRESS. £ The successful applicant must be capable of supervising the Dining Room and controlling n staff. The remuneration is excellent and living quarters are provided in a really modern Hotel. Apply in first instance to Dining Room Manageress, HOTEL ST. GEORGE WELLINGTON. x 23 ►FFICE JUNIOR OFFICE JUNIOR We have a vacancy for the above position. Suitable for bright, intelligent Girl just leavlg school and offers prospects of quick advancelent to suitable applicant. Preferably some com- ii lercial education, but not necessary. S Good wages and working conditions and can Dmmence immediately. Apply personally or Phone 40-962 for appointlent. MORRIS, BLACK & MATHESON, LTD., I 9. Gore Street, City. x 23 y TAINLESS STEEL FABRICATORS AND TINSMITHS. P To cope with our expanding activities we _ quire for our Hawera workshops:— (1) STAINLESS STEEL FABRICATORS. (2) TINSMITHS. Permanent positions are available for good N perienced tradesmen. Interesting work under :cellent working conditions and highest wages. Apply in writing to the General Manager, N NATIONAL DAIRY ASSN OF N.Z.. LTD., SI G.P.O. Box 28. Wellington. x 24 OMAN FACTORY HAND WANTED, F FOR A NEWLY-ESTABLISHED INDUSTRY. i Good Opportunity for a Woman who is m aechanically minded to be taught the operation bj f the very latest machinery. Experience not ssential. Good conditions and wages, in a ti entrally situated factory. Essential industry. Forty-hour week. Apply INTERNATIONAL RADIO CO., LTD., N 438, Queen Street. Entrance Marmion x 23 fGLEWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL. 11 COUNTY ENGINEER. Applications are invited lor the position of Wirieer to the Inglewood County Council. Applications are to be addressed to County hairman. marked "Application Engineer," and c ill close at 5 p.m. on- FRIDAY. August 10. a 145 (time for receipt of applications extended). 1 Salary. £500 per annum. Schedule of of appointment obtainDle from the County Office. P.O. Box 47 a lglewood. I T. A JONES. County Clerk, inglewood. July 10. 1945- :23
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