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PICTURE FRAMES Biack, Silver or Gold Mouldings. 5x3 51 X:!} . ox 7 10 X 8 2/9 4/6 4/11 6/11 DOUBLE FRAMES 5i X 35, j/ 6 7 X 5. 10 / 6 LARGE SELECTION FRAMED PICTURES MCI VFDKI'Q 155-159 Karangahape Road /Y\EE.VCI\MO AUCKLAND

SITUATIONS VACANT „ >y SMART, Clean Girl (16-18) wanted, new Milk ig Bar and Cafeteria. Ponsonby; good wages and a- conditions: apply personally.—3ls. Ponsonby Hd. id (week-end). x 23 L? Duco. experienced preferred, but not :- essential, male or female.—7s. Dominion Rd. x 23 SAWMILLER, prepared to erect small mill'and cm on contract.—Phone 42-949. x 23 SMALL MERCHANT requires Lady Lcdgerkeeper, te Typiste Clerk; shorthand an advantage. Duties: *- Accounts, correspondence, etc.. attend records, re- - quirements several trade organisations: preference 8. serviceman's wife or widow: no Saturday work, - usual holidays.—B.G. 0526, Star. 24 k. STOREMAN. wavited for our grain and produce !4 dept.—Apply Foreman, J. Jones, Ltd., City Markets. 23 STENOGRAPHER —Permanent appointment offers r; for a Senior Shorthand Typiste in a big City y merchant's office: interesting work: state experience, qualifications, copies refs. —13. G. 0559, !3 Star. x 23 ig TAILORESS for Alterations and Repairs: lady [y able to take charge small department; excellent 2 remuneration and permanent position to capable I_ applicant.—Nagels Creations, Ltd., 79, Lome St.. il Auck te"d. Phone 49-717. x 23 n T. H. HALE AND SON, Takapuna. require a Smart n Young Man for Bread Delivery; a resident North r. Shore district preferred; good wages to good man. r- x 25 ■4 TURNERS and Fitters urgently required.—Phone ;r 45-713 (business hours). 23 ir WAITRESS, experienced .—Apply Grand Hotel. ~~24 >4 WAITRESS, must be experienced, for smell Guest - House; live in; £2 clear.—Phone 48-521. x 24 8 WAITRESS or Junior, short hours, good conditions! - Above award.—Corner House Cafeteria. Vulcan " Lane. x 25 3 WAITRESS, or General, experienced, part time, one morning, one night shift per week.—Apply Kent 8 Dlnin S Rooms, Tyler St.. City. Phone 45-608. x 23 - WAITRESS wanted for all day work; half-day . Saturday and no Sunday work; and also Waitress ■; for night work: wages £2 10' clear.—Apply - Forsyth's Milk Bar. 63. Queen St. 24 WAITRESSES wanted, live in.—Apply Albert - Hotel. x 25 WAITRESSES, experienced, wanted. —Phone 42-503. 4 Tudor Cnfe. Symonds St. . x 25 " WOMEN for full or part-time work wanted £ urgently.—Apply Hermes Gloves, Ltd.. Professional _ Chambers. 9. High St. 25 »" W. 11. BOND AND CO., LTD.—We have vacancies 3 for Women and Girls at our Onehunga lactory. The work is light and Interesting and the conditions are pleasant.—For further particulars Phone 16-166 or apply at our main factory, 336. Manu- " kau Rd.. Epsom, 5.E.3. 23 0 YOUNG WOMAN, capable and clean, wants 3 Work, Sundays, shop or restaurant.—Write B.G. - 0558, STAR. 33 1 YOUTH wanted for Publishing Department, Star ; Offire; • gocrS wages.—Apply Publisher. .x 25 [ YOUTH for driving van and packing and general 1 duties, permanent position.—Menzies and Co.. 29. } St. Benedict's St.. C.2. x 23 I YOUTHS (3) for Dispatch Department.—Apply r A. Birch. Ltd., 39. Nugent St., off Khyber Pass. 5 x 23 1 2 GIRLS for manufacturing paua jewellery; no i experience required; wages £4.—Apply 276, Parnell Rd. x 23 i GIRLS WANTED —Ideal conditions, continuous t employment, highest wages, plus liberal bonuses, offered Girls in our modern, conveniently- ' situated Workrooms. You will receive expert tuition in the art of making Corsets and Brassieres. 'We require urgently Machinists, Improvers , and Beginners.—Aoply Factory Manager, J. Steele, i Ltd., opp. Newton Post Office. D 4 J INVESTIGATING ACCOUNTANTS—Applications, on P.S.C. Form 17a (obtainable at main Post i Offices), with COPIES ONLY of testimonials, close ; August 15, with Secretary, P.S. Commissioner, ; Wellington, for positions of INVESTIGATING ACCOUNTANTS. Transport Department, at Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. Commencing 1 salary £435 per annum, plus £13 cost of living bonus. Applicants are required to be of good personality and those holding Professional Accountancy examination will receive preference. x 23 SHORTHAND TYPISTE, With senior qualifications and experience, urgently needed. Also EXPERIENCED CLERK, Male or Female, For large commercial undertaking. Five-day week. Pleasant surroundings. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. t Write B.G. 0567, STAR. 24 TURNER required to operate new Ward No. 7 lathe, just landed. TURNER, first-class, required for engine lathe for cast iron work. Overtime is available for both positions. Apply BOOTH-MACDONALD AND CO.. LTD., ' Penrose. 24 , SITUATIONS WANTED CLEANER, Man, experienced and reliable. —Write M. 6970. Star. x 23 , COOK, ,ex-Air Force, desires position; Restaurant ■ preferred.—F. 6338. Star. x 23 t DRIVING Position by Reliable Man; knowledge City, suburbs; refs.—Write M. 6902, Star. 23 GROCER, 6 years' experience, free military, seeks position with Private Store.—F. 6238. Star. 23 RETURNED SERVICEMAN, requires Permanent : position, willing to learn.—S. 6520. Star. 23 RETURNED MAN, 28, wants Position with a growing firm; capable of taking charge; has good mechanical knowledge, is keen and willing; vlyit offers?—M. 6932. StAr. x 23 WOMAN with home nursing experience and massage. free to relieve few days weekly. — Wri^e S. 6343, Star. 23 YOUNG LADY, Dressmaking ability, position with advancement.—-Write M. 6946, Star. x 23 YOUTH, 17 years, desires Saturday work, good wages.—Write S. 6867, Star. 23 WORK WANTED ABANDON Dirty Work—Chimneys swept, gUeed. Colquhoun, 33, Chester Av., Westmere. 26-896. MH ABOUT BRICK WORK.—Attractive Modern Fireplace, etc. —Phone Inquiries, 81-723. U ANY Plumbing Attended to. —For attention write 20, Herdman St., Avondale. 26 BRICKWORK, all classes; Fireplaces Modernised; Concreting, Drainage.—Phone 81-467. N BRICKWORK—Convert your coal range or oldfashioned opening into Modern Fireplace; Ranges part payment.—Ring 80-214. N BUILDER, temporarily disengaged, would consider Labour Contract. —M. 6953, STAR. x 23 BUILDINGS. Houses Lifted, Reblocked, Repaired. W. Osborne, P.O. Box 16W, Auckland. C 4 CARPENTER, Alterations. Renovations. Wardrobes Built In.—Carpenter. M. 6774, Star. 24 CARPENTER requires Alterations of Offices and Shops, etc.; labour only; qualified tradesman; City area.—Apply Box 560, C.l. [ 25 CARPENTERS and Labourers wanted urgently.— Apply A. G. Grinter and Sons. Builders. 104. Carlton Gore Rd. MH4 CARTAGE, every description. Auckland's largest fleet.—Ring Winstone. 32-080. or 44-880 (10 lines). A 4 CHIMNEY SWEEPING, up - to - date. — Ring Colquhoun. 23 years' experience. Ph. 26-896. D 4 CONCRETE Paths, Drives, Tar Sealing, Tennis Courts Laid or Resurfaced; first-class work.—■ Phone 20-690 (evenings or week-ends). N4 FUR COATh Renovated. Remodelled.—Mis* R. Wlttner. 289. Karangahape Rd.; 48-852. MS FUR WORR oi every description- by experts.— B. Green 6 shop? along Wellesley Street West, Civic Theatre side Phone 43-276 MB GILES AND GILES. Chiropractors, Palmer Graduates, Members N.Z.C.A.. Dilworth Bldg., Customs St. 45-525. MS LAWNMOWERS Sharpened by Expert Engineers. Kyan. 291. New North Rd.. Eden Ter., 31-044. M 8 PAINTING. Paperhanging, Root Repairs, prompt attention.—Ring 49-165. between 8-5. D 4 PAINTING.—Arthur Hoe, Master Painter, requires Houses to Paint and Paper.—Phone 43-283. 23 PAINTING, Paperhanging, by. tradesman, exserviceman.—Telephone 25-504 (between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.). *24 PLUMBING and Repairs.—App,y O'Connell and Grant. 20, King Edward Ave., Bayswater. x 23 REFRIGERATION Repair Servios.—Phone Fisher'*. 494. Queen Qt. 40-608. D 4 REFRIGERATORS, Prompt Service. — Anthony. Work 26-300. P.O. Box 778. After hours 18-382. MP RENOVATIONS, Repairs, Dry Cleaning for Men and Servicemen. —Room 1, 63. Queen St. MP WINDOWS, all types; have them cleaned by experienced man; promptness and satisfaction. —M. C 927. Star. x2B ELOCUTION, DRAMATIC ART, PUBLIC SPEAKING. DE GUISE SCHOOL, Professional Chambers. High Street. Box 2014/ Auckland. Or by Interview, Mondays. Tuesday. l ? or Fridays. 12.30-1.30. • 23 SAVE THAT RUSTY ROOF. Let us Spray Your Roof with TRIPOLTITE BITUMISTIC ROOF PAINT. Red. Green or Black. CANADIAN ROOF PAINTING COMPANY, Phone 26-758 (day and evening). D 4 REPAINT NOW SAVE YOUR HOUSE STERLING'S. Repainting Specialists. 11, SWANSON STREET. PHONE 48-145. Will quote low for best material and workmanship for cash or convenient monthly repayments. C DO IT NOW — TO-MORROW NEVER COMES. Have your Car, Truck or Bus Properly Lubricated with the best equipment available. Correct Lubrication by Experts will SAVE POUNDS in your Maintenance Costs. Ring 32-951 for an Appointment to-day at TAPPENDEN MOTORS. LTD., Lubrication Specialists, 39, Beach Road, Auckland. C.l. V PARTNERSHIPS, FINANCIAL, ETC. BOMBER, Liberty, Wool Bonds, National Savings, any quantities purchased. — Securities Exchange, 11, Hellaby's Bldg., Queen St. Phone 43*050. A COMPANY, newly lormed, requires njore Capital for further developments; limited number of shares available.—Write B.G. f>497. Star. 26 LARGE or Small Sums offered at 4 per cent long te.m. Existing Ist and 2nd Mortgages Purchased. P.O. Box 1381. Phone 43-050. A RARE Opportunity for investor in new concern.— For particulars write P.O. box 197. Auckland. 26 WEATHER AND TIDES Auckland weather forecast: Overcast, with occasional rain, but improving somewhat to-morrow. Sunset to-day, 5.28; sunrise to-morrow, 7.2(i. High wa'ter to-day, 0.16; to-morrow, G\27

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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