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BITCATIOXS VACANT OFFICE JUNIOR required urgently; no previous training or experience necessary.—Apply Armstrong and Springhalt, Ltd., 17, Commerce St.d, Auckland- 0.1. _ _25 OLD-ESTABLISHED Soft Goods Manufacturers, situated In City, require Sen-ices of Female Staff Room Attendant and Cleaner: wages above award; congenial conditions.—Ring 41-454, for details and address. 24 PAINTERS, 4.-38-44. Upper Queen St. Apply Perry. 25 PAIJCTERS, town or country, no lost time.—Ring 100. Papatoetoe. 25 PAINTERS wonted, tradesmen only.—Apply 49," Palce Are.. Dominion Rd. . X2B PAXTRVMAID, experienced, live in—Apply Albert Ho'el. Jβ PORTKfi-BARMAN wanled.—Apply Suffolk Hotel. College Hill.. xB4 PRINTER, experienced, for Dark Room.—Phone 40-445. _x 27 PROBATIONER - NURSE wanted for Rest Home: good_wages.—Phone 61-893. 28 QUARRYMAN, with ticket, to take~7harge. hlch wages.—Apply in person. R. Harris, Stone Contrac'or. Mount Wellington. 25 able to take charge o! old-established Drapery Business. Bay of Plenty, excellent prospects and good salary will be paid.—Reply, giving age. experience and copies testimonials. M. 6390. Star. x 24 SANDWICH MAKER, for Tearooms, good hours.— Apply Ross Tea Rooms. 17, Customs St. East. 25 SMART GIRL as Shop Assistant (Junior), required for Branch Shop; good hours and good wages (or part-time).—Homestead Bakeries, Ltd., 173. Symonds St. 24 SMA~LL "MERCHANT requires Lady Ledgerkeeper, Typiste Clerk: shorthand an advantage. Duties: Accounts, correspondence, etc., attend records, requirements several trade organisations; preference serviceman's wife or widow: no Saturday work. usual holidays.—B.G. 0526. STAJt. 34 KTOREMAN wanted for our "grain and produce elept.—Apply Foreman. J. Jones. Ltd.. City Markets. r _ __. x 24 STRONG BOY for Fruit Store; good wages.— Apply 138. Hcbson Et. 24 TALLYMAN , "and Yardman for our KatikaM mill: must be single man. Also Engineer's Fitter and Turner, for Morningside.—K.D.V. Boxes. Ltd.. 23. i McDonald St.. Morningside. X 25 TAP DANCERS for Ballet Work; active, young: Orchestra, suitable for revue.—Phone 64-990. 24 TAILORESS for Repairs - and Alterations;" attractive wages, very congenial position, full or parttime.—Apply "Stitch in Time," 357, Upper Queen .St. 24 TEACHING POSITION, Private School, co-educa-tional, 14 pupils. Standards I. and ll.—Ring 20-128 after_3.3o pjn. ' 24 TRAVELLER—WhoIesaIe Grocery Warehouse, has vacancy for Town Traveller, experience essential. Reply to Permanent. 7227, Star. x 26 T. H. HALE AXITsON, Takapuna. require a Smart Young Man for Bread Delivery: a resident North Shore district preferred: good wages to good man. , x 25 WAITRESS, experienced.—Apply Grand Hotel. 24 WAITRESS, must be experienced, for small Guest House; live In; £2 clear.—Phone 48-521. *24 WAITRESS or Junior, short hours, good conditions. Above award.—Corner House Cafeteria. Vulon Lane. ; < .125 WAITRESS wanted for all day work: half-day Saturday and no Sunday work; nnd 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. Tudor Cafe. Symonds St. X 25 WOMEN for full or part-time work wanted urgently.—Apply Hermes Gloves, Ltd.. Professional Chambers. 9. High St. S5 YOUTH or Girl for Town Supply Farm.—Phone I7M. Pdpatoetoe". j M YOUTH for Bakehouse; wages and conditions good.—l 3. Hardinge St.. City. [ 24 YOUTHS to Learn Trade" - permanent work and good prospectso to boys or young men at good commencing wage; only those willing to learn need apply.—Sanford. Ltd.. Jellicoe St. 25 BURROUGHS Bookkeeping Machine Operator. competent, agwl about 20 years, for Essential Industry; permanent position, five-day week. — Apply in first Instance, in own handwriting, statng age and experience with copies of refernces.—Mason Bros. Engineering Co.. Ltd., Packenham St., CA.. 2* 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. Write B.G. 0567, STAR. 34 TURNER required to operate new Ward No. 7 lathe, just landed. TURNER, first-class, required for engine lath* for cast iron work. Overtime is available for both positions; Apply BOOTH-MACDONALD AND CO.. LTD., Penrose. ■ M INTERMEDIATE TOILET ASSISTANS REQUIRED FOR BOOTS, THE CHEMISTS , . .(New. Zealand), Ltd. ■; Young Lady of pleasing personality, 18 years ot age approximately. Previous experience not necessary but desirable if possible. Apply personally to Manager, BOOTS THE CHEMISTS (N.Z.), LTD., 104, Queen Street, Auckland. J4 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 BOYS AND YOUTHS FOR PERMANENT POSITION IN THE OPERATION OF INTERESTING MACHINERY. Good training will be given in the manufacture ot different paper and cardboard goods. This is a developing industry and prospects for advancement are good. High wages and substantial bonus for keen workers. Apply CARTON SPECIALTIES. LTD., 483, Manukau Rd.. Epsom, opp. Tram Depot. . Phone 62-967. t 24 HOTEL ST. GEORGE. Wellington's Leading Hotel. Urgently requires a number of Smart Girls to act as Waitresses. Excellent working conditions and iiving quarter! in a really modern hotel. Apply in first instance to DINING ROOM MANAGERESS, Hotel St. George. Wellington. Jt24 A HAPPY WORKING STAFF IS THE KEYWORD OF EVERY MACHINIST. Inspector. Finisher and Employee ot J. STEELE. LTD.. The "Corset Experts." GIRLS ■ GIRLS GIRLS Extra bonuses, high wages, central heating. clean, comfortable work In cur modern factory. Learn how to make" those dainty Foundations; experts instruct. Beginners and Machinists most interesting job. Learn to do a lob now to heip you in your future heme. Inquire Factory Manager, . J. STEELE, LTD.. 445. Ka.rangahape Road, opp. Newton P.O'. Phone 43-829 or 43-920. , TH* FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET FOR YOUNG GIRLS. Read what one of New Zealand's most up-tc— ths sunny Manufacturing Floor, the spacious Cafeteria where morning and afternoon tea and lunch are served, the Hospital, where nursing and methocs assure handsome bonuses. Write or Phone for Your Free Booklet, or Call and See the Personnel Officer. Apprentices. Improves and Journcywomen are Required Immediately for Machining, Finishing and Pressing at ' CHILDSWEAR, LIMITED, Chlldswear Building, 166-176, Albert St., 0.1. Phones 43-536, 40-303. x3O PUPILS WAXTKI) ABOUT DRIVING Appointments—Learn Protessionally and economically. Licenses obtained. Cars p.-oviaiid.—Le.Khi.on Driving School, Ph. 63-134. D 4 AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF MOTORING. estaS. 1938. Thorough rapid tuition, including traffic Latest cars provided.—P.O. Box 941. Ph. 16-303. D 4 AUTOMOBILE DRIVING.—Expert Rapid Tuition. Cars * provided.—Consult Kiwi Motor Driving Academy. Phone 20-940. D 4 Patterns. Classes.—Selwyn ~Coi~ lege. Safe Deport Bldg.. Vulcan Lane. TS TURKEYS - for table use, any quantity; best prices; fair weights.—Sanford. Ltd.. Box 443. TH EARN 5/ TO 10/ PER HOUR WRITING DISPLAY CARDS AND TICKETS. Full or Part Time Job. Free Illustrated Booklet shows you how. Write now. MCKAY'S ART SCHOOL, P.O. Box 367. Wanganui. R EARN EXTRA MONET MAKING TOYS AT HOME. Sell Us Your Work Write Now for Free Details of Wooden or Soft Toy Making (state preference). MACMASTER'S TOY SUPPLY, P.O. Box 183. Wanganui. TP N.Z. RADIO COLLEGE — COURSES FOR RADIO OPERATORS, ENGINEERS AND SERVICEMEN Practical and Theoretical Instruction at evening or day. classes. Phonfto-sT' 5 BOILDING - «»■ ™°- Ta WEATHER AND TIDES Auckland weather forecast: Cloudy and humid, with scattered rain or drizzle, but improving during to-morrow; moderate temperatures. to-day, 5.29; sunrise to-morrow, High water to-day, 7.9; tfiaponv—- * a.m.
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