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SITUATIONS VACANT 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 FEMALE FROCK CUTTER, full or part time, any age; hours to suit: excellent conditions.— I', and F. Styles. 318-322. Pacific Building. Wellesley St., corner Queen St. Phone 44-673. x 26 work.—Apply or Phone' Adrian Gowns, 41-368. 24 Stock Table Hands for Men's Clothing. Competent hands will be paid above award wases.— The Dominion Clothing Co.. Ltd.. 312. Queen Street. next St. Jrmes' Theatre. Fhone 45-566. . 24 GARDENER, 1 day a wesk7~Epsom district.—Rinf 62-781 or_ write W. 6999. STAR. _ 24 GARDENER wanted. Epsom, experienced lawns, flowers, vegetables.—State age and wages required. Gardener, 0584, Star. 24 GAKDENER,"capabIe, to'design a~."ay-out for _ 2acre private garden; must have artistic and modern ideas.—Apply for interview, Leah Taylor. Chancery Chambers. O'Connell St. 24 GENERAL, Female, good wages, easy work.— Mannper. R.S.A.. jlish _St. ._x2s one dsy week, do washing and cleaning.—Phone 48-521. x 25 <;i;m:ral. experienced. high wages.—Arundel Hotel. Waterloo Quadrant. Phone aB-150. x 24 (iIKL lor Home Cookery, Remuera; assist in Ring 17-102. 25 GIRL (17). "t or"' MiTk~~Bar. no' night work, good wages.—Apply Sco't's Milk Bar. Newmarket. 25 GIRL, fond of children, assist with housework; b'ood home.—Phone 50-307. 26 GIHL wanted: hand wo'k. easy position; hours to_suit.—7B. Brunswick BWfT. _ X 24 GIBL, capable, for Household Duties: 'good"conditions.—Ring 44-271, between 9 and 5. ._ 26 rilkl. (16-18) to train for Footwear SalesT good wanes and conditions.—R. Hannah and Co.. rt'l.._K_r_ngahape Rd. _ 25 girls for packing Department.—Apply CereM Foods (N.Z.), Ltd.. Surrey_Cres., Grey Lynn. 26 GIRLS AND WOMEN for - Factory; light, clean work, no previous experience necessary: gocd conditions.—Apply McNiven Bros., Ltd., Khyber Pass Rd. 26 (TIRLs" ond"~Women wanted.' 800d _ conditlons and wages. Those willing to work overtime can make really big wages. Come out and see the work vou will be reauired to do.—Auckland Laundry. Ltd.. Grey Lynn. __ D 4 CJIRLS or Young for our Mangle Room; light duties, no washing, good clean work; wages high, with plenty of overtime if required: parttime will be considered.—Grosvenor Laundry, Ltd.. 3. Grosvenor St., Grey Lynn. _ 26 GROCERY—Youth' .about 17, for counter: able to drive light van a recommendation.—McGowan and Co.. Mt. Albert. x 24 HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential; also Bright Junior.—Elsie Hub"er. 96. Karaneahape Rd D 4 HANDY MAN, house cow, good home; pensioner Phoiie re 7B-30i? nVe " ' "'' X2S HOUSEMAID wanieq.—Apply Hotel Auckland D 4 HOUSEMAID, experienced?— Apply Grand Hote~2~6 Royal Hotel U4 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy ' People's Palace. Queen Street. 24 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS: week-ends free: live in or rut.—Phone 45-370. x 24 HOUSEMAID and Relieving Maid, good conditions. 40-ho\ir week: live out.—Phone 42-266. x_s HOUSEMAID wanted; good wages and condition , !. Apply_ King's School, Remuera. 26 iIOUSEMAin, Housemaid Waitress: "good condittoiTi and good wages; for hotel in City.—Rine 42-119. , _24 HOUSEMAID waitress. Bed and Breakfast House, live in; £2 5/ clear. — Avonhyrste. <"» HOirSKMAID-WAITRESS. In or"out! ld»l) seiside Fitiftion. —Grand Vue Hotel. St. Heller's P!_______J_O. X 25 IIOUSFMAID wanted, salary £150 per annum, plus £13 cost of li"ing allowance, less £30 board and allowance is mide of £25 per annum.—Applv Mnlron. phone 88-260. ' 25 JUNIOR TYPISTE. Required by an old-establishrd Fire. Marine and Accident Insurance Office. Excellent working conditions. Apply at once in own handwriting to B.G. 0519. Star. 24 MACHINISTS. FINISHERS. PRESSEUS. Wanted tor oui Shirt ant Clothing Factory. Constant employment in Interesting lign' work, ana eood conditions Five-day week Ll»e-a! bonuses WOOLLEYS. LIMITED 101 Federal Street D 4 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS. IMPROVERS AND APPRENTICES tor Ladies' Costumes and Coats. Idpal working conditions, good wages and bonuses. Apply Forewoman. WEST END COSTUME CO., LTD.. No 2 Factory. Brays Building,' 239. Queen St.. Onehunga D 4 WOMAN AS ASSISTANT IN OUR STAFF CAFETERIA. Ideal conditions. Previous experience not necessary. Apply S f .3ff M.-.-.-.rser, sth-Floor, MILNE AND CHOYCE. LTD., C'Jcen Street. C.I. x2l YOUNG GIRL FOR LIoIIT OFFICE DUTIES IN MILLINERY SHOWROOM. Interesting work Wages to commence. £2. Apply immediately— . WADELY HATS. 25 - 26, Hal) ol Commerce. High Street. Phone 48-211. 24 GIRLS AND WOMEN FULL OR PART-TIME WORK IS AVAILABLE IN NESILES CHOCOLATE FACTORY. Light, clean, congenial work in modern factory. Good r.ites of pay. Previous experience not Apply N.Z. MILK PRODUCTS, LTD.. St. Georges Bay Road. Parnell. x 25 GIRLS GIRLS. CJIRLS WANTED URGENTLY FOH PORCELAH ENAMELLING DEt-T. Fill) or part lime worms. No previous experienc: necessary Light and interesting work. Good wages and conditions, with opportunity lor overtime in an essential industry. Apply in person to ALEXANDER HARVEY Si SONSi St. George'a Parnell D 4 XEMPO RA R Y TYPISTE WANTED. ARTHUR YATES & CO., LTD.. require lor Main OUice a TEMPORARY TYPiSVE for next three to tour months: also JUNIOit GIRL (permanent position). , These situations offer congenial conditions with APPIy " 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 ot machines, including O'locker. Zig-zag. FlatlocK. Embroidery. Plain Apply to the Manager, ROSS & GLENDININ3. 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 naid and youths with average intelligence and keenness c»n 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. NZ GLASS MANUFACTURING CO. PTY., LTD., Penrose. x2B FINISHERS. FINISHERS. FINISHERS. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPERIENCED FINISHERS Of Ladies' Coats and Costumes to receive very high wages under ideal working conditions. WE OPERATE A GENEROUS BONUS SYSTEM FOR ALL OUR STAFF. Married Women could arrapge to work part-time to suit themselves. Call or Phone:— L. J. FISHER & CO., LTD., Clothing Manufacturers, Gane Building, Anzac Ave. Phone 40-805. 24 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 10/9 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 CITY OF AUCKLAND. Applications will be received at the office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Auckland, up to 4 p.m. on Monday, 13th day of August, 1045. for the undermentioned positions on the staff of the Aucklar.d City Council:— LICENSED SURVEYORS (2). Commencing salary £418 6/ gross, rising to £481 6/ gross. DRAUGHTSMEN (2). Salary for applicants with the specified academic qualifications. £381 11/ i'rcss rising to £418 6,' gross. For other Draughtsmen, a salary of £367 18/ gross. TOWN PLANNING ASSISTANTS (2). Applications for these positions will b3 received from qualified Civil Engineers. Architects and Surveyors. Cotnmem'i-B salary £144 11/ gross, rising to £512 16/ gross. ENGINEERING ASSISTANTS (2). Hommsncin? salary £381 11-' gross, rising to £418 6. gross, or £444 11/ gross, rising to £512 16/ gross according to qualifications and exparience. Conditions of employment relating to the above appointments may be obtained from the Office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Auckland. T. W. M. ASH3Y, :x4 _. ToA-n Clerk.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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