SITUATIONS VACANT INSURANCE — Shorthand Typiste required 1 British Insurance Company; excellent workir cond.-ions and pleasant surroundings; good pro pects; apply in own handwriting, stating age ar previous experience, if any.—B.G. 0318. Star. : JUNIOR required for high-class Millinery Worl room; every opportunity for advancement. —App immediately. Wadely Hats. 25-26, Hall of Con merce. High St. Phone 48-211. : JUNIOR SHORTHAND TYPISTE for Real Esta Agent's Office. Good wages and agreeable coi ditions. excellent prospects for Smart Girl.Apply Stacey and Wass. Ellison Chambers. 13 Queen St.. Aucklnnd. P'.ione 45-633. KITCHEN HAND, light work. —Apply Hardw'c Tea Rooms. 175, Queen St. xS LABOURERS wanted; good conditions and wag< to right men.—Phone 27-983. } LUBRICATION ATTENDANT wanted immediate!: good wages and conditions; 40-hour week. —App. Service Manager, Schofield and Co., Ltd., New market. 4 3)1 MACHINISTS wanted for our Sack Manufacture Departments, good wages and conditions.— App McKendrick Bros.. Ltd., Broadway, Newmarket. MACHINE MOULDERS, or Men Willing to Learn This is a great opportunity to learn a usefi trade under favourable conditions. Suitable Me will be employed permanently in our Moder Foundry at Mt. Wellington.—Mason and Porte Ltd.. corner of Panmure Road and Mt. Wellinr ton Highway. • MAN to operate Embossing Unit in our pap< factory; mechanical ability preferred; 40-lioi week.—Caxton Printing Works, Ltd.. 17-19. Federi St.. City. ' MEN required for City milk pasteurising an hoHliner factory.—Atjply 1. Owens Rd.. Epsom, xl METAL POLISHERS (6) required—Apply Alu minium Utensils. Ltd., at our New Factory, I Millais_St., 2 MILK ROUNDSMEN, 6-day week, good condi Hens .—A pply 1. Owens Rd., Epsom. x 2 MI IK ROUNDSMAN wanted, permanent positior Apply Takapuna Dairy Co.. Ltd.. Devonpor Phone 70-112. x 2 NURSE, experienced, full or part time. —Phon 16-444. . x 2 OFFICE GIRL, junior, for essential industry experience not necessary, no shorthand.—Apply E Johnson and Sons. Engineers, Parnell. 2 OFFICE ASSISTANT, Junior or Intermediate, fc leading merchant's office-; general clerical dutie and shorthand typing; good opportunities for all round experience and advancement. —Phone 44-97( . x 2 OFFICE JUNIOR—A well-known Insurance Offic requires the services *of an Office Junior (Male) This position offers plenty of scope for advance ment and every opportunity to learn the busi ness.—Apply in own hemdwritiner, stating age, t M. 6985, _ STAR. x 2 OLD-ESTABLISHED ~ Soft Goods Manufacturers situated in City, require Services of Female Staf Room Attendant and Cleaner; wages above award congenial conditions. —Ring 41-454. for details an< addfess, 2 PAINTERS, 4.-38-44, Upper Queen St. Appl": Perry. 2_ PAINTERS, town or country, no lost time. —Rim 100. Papatoetoe. 2 PHOTOGRAPHY.—Young Lady to learn trade.Write M. 6947, Star. x 2: PORTER-BARMAN wanted.—Apply Suffolk Hotel College Hill. x2< POSITION. Porter-Barman or Porter, Aucklanc City.—Write S. 6571, Star. .2: PANTRYMAID, . 5-7. evenings, 5-day week.Cottage Tea Rc'oms. Shortland St. x2S RECEPTIONIST for doctor's rooms.—Reply tc B.G. 0570. STAR. 22 SALESWOMAN-BUYER.—One able to take charge of old-established Drapery Business, Bay o Plenty, excellent prospects and good salary wil be paid.—Reply, giving age, experienfce and copies testimonials, M. 689, Star. x2^ SANDWICH MAKER, for Tearooms, good hours.— Apply Ross Tea Rooms. 17, Customs St. East. 2£ SHORTHAND TYPISTE, junior, required for merchant's office: permanent position.—Apply in writing, P.O. Box 1367, Auckland. 23 YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT OFFICE DUTIES IN MILLINERY SHOWROOM. Interesting work. Wages to commence, £2. Apply immediately— WADELY HATS, / 25 - 26, Hall of Commerce, High Street. Phone 4&-211. 24 A WELLINGTON FIRM, operating throughout New Zealand, invites written applications from those competent to fill the position of REPRESENTATIVE located at Auckland. An essential qualification is a thorough knowledge of Machine Tools and Allied Engineering Lines Apply in writing, with copies of references, full particulars of experience, and remuneratior expected, to ENGINEERING, - P.O. BOX 657, WELLINGTON. 23 FARMERS FOOTWEAR DEPARTMENI OFFERS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A SMART BOY. An unexpected vacancy in our Footwear Department gives a splendid opening for a keen 803 to be thoroughly trained in every branch of the Retail Footwear Trade, including .Mail Orders Good prospects. Staff privileges. No Saturday work. Employment Manager, FARMERS' TRADING CO. X 22 GIRLS AND WOMEN FULL OR PART-TIME WORK, IS AVAILABLE IN NESTLES CHOCOLATE FACTORY. Light, clean, congenial work In modern factory. Good rates of pay. Previous experience not necessary. Apply N.Z. MILK PRODUCTS, LTD., St. George's Bay Road, Parnell. x 25 GIRLS WANTED URGENTLY TO LEARN FUR MACHINING. " Also EXPERIENCED JOURNEYWOMEN. Clean airy, ideal working conditions. Highest tvages and permanent position. Apply Factory Manager, MOONEYS (N.Z.), LTD.. *15-17, O'Connell Street, off Vulcan Lane. 23 GIRLS GIRLS. GIRLS WANTED URGENTLY FOR PORCELAIN ENAMELLING DEeT. Pull or part time workers. No previous experience necessary. Light and interesting work. Good wages and conditions, with opportunity for overtime in an essential industry. Apply in person to ALEXANDER HARVEY & SONS, St. George's Bay Rd., Parnell. D 4 HEN FOR METAL TRADES. WE ARE URGENTLY REQUIRING COPPERSMITHS, SHEET-METAL WORKERS, BRASS FINISHERS AND MOULDERS. Experienced tradesmen or others willing, to learn these trades. Good opportunity to link up with old-established and progressive firm manufacturing a wide range of .metal products. D. HENRY AND CO., LTD., Box 1412, Auckland. 24 SHORT HAND-TYPIST E. Permanent Position. Good Prospects for Girl quick at Shorthand and Typewriting. Five-day week. State age, experience, salary required and when able to start. RALPH HIPKINS, Accountant, Taxation Consultant, Smith's Building, 9-11, Albert Street. P.O. Box 423. Phone 42-605. x 24 TEMPORARY TYPISTE 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. Apply, ARTHUR YATES & CO.. LTD.. Seedsmen, Lower Albert Street. 24 WE HAVE VACANCIES IN OUR UNDERWEAR FACTORY FOR THE FOLLOWING:— BOY, to assist Mechanic and lor 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 & GLENDINING, LTD.. Underwear Factory, Symonds Street (above Tutts). 28 YOUTHS FOR PLASTIC FACTORY. We have several vacancies for Youths, 16-18 years, in our Plastic Department. £3 for 40-hour week. Production bonus is also paid and youths with average intelligence and keenness can earn up to £3 15/. Overtime is also available if desired. This is an excellent opportunity for boys to earn high wages. Apply Warehouse Foreman, N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURING CO. PTY., LTD., Penrose. x2B N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURER CO. PTY., LTD. SEVERAL VACANCIES FOR FEMALE WORKERS, 20-45 years of age. For Packing Bottles into Corrugated Cardboard Containers. Wages £3 W/9 for 40-hour week. For several months Saturday work will be available if desired, bringing earnings for 48-hour week to £4 15/. Work is of a light nature and working conditions are excellent. Apply Warehouse Foreman, N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURER CO. PTY., LTD., Great South Road, Penrose. x2B INGLEWOOD COUNTY COUNCIL. COUNTY CLERK AND TREASURER. Applications are Invited lor the position 01 County Clerk and Treasurer to the Inglewood County Council. Applications are to be addressed to County Chairman, marked "Application County Clerk," and will close at 5 p.m. on FRIDAY. August 10 1945r Salary. £500 per annum. Schedule of conditions of appointment obtainable from the County Office. P.O. Box 47 Inglewood. T. A. JONES. County Clerk. Inglewood. July 10. 1945. ;23 1
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