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SITUATIONS VACANT GIRLS, bindery work; also Feeders, wanted urgently; good wages and conditions.—Brookd2le Press. Wallace Bldg.. Emily Place. • 27 APi'REN IiCES, Machinists, r.nishers, frocks. — Dorothy Gowns, Foresters' Bldg., Albert St. WS4 APPRENTICE for Machine Room, bright, energetic boy.—Bookdale Press, Wallace Building, Emily Place. 27 ASSISTANT".LIBRARIAN, permanent, good wages and hours; experienced book repairer preferred, not essential.—Readers' Library. Phone 54-703. 26 BINDERY GIRLS, Two, Skilled or Junior. Good working conditions, staff privileges. No Saturday work.—Call or Ring 32-440, Printing Dept.. Farmers' Trading Co. 27 BOILERMAKER, good, used to welding: also Fitters and Turners; permanent joos to suitable men.— Parker Engineering Co., Madden Street. WFS4 BOILER ATTENDANT, with 2nd class ticket, for shift work: good wages and overtime. —James Hardie pnd Co.. Penrose. Phone 24-761. 26 BOOKKEEPERS, Juniors and Intermediates, Male or Female, required urgently; good wages and prospects, in expanding essential industry.—Phone 49-554 day. 71-576 evenings. x 25 BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR, experienced, with knowledge of office routine; excellent opportunity in a growing concern ;or a good worker; minimum salary to commence, £5 per week, or in accordance with p.evious experience. —Apply with copies only of refs. to Box 16. Newmarket. 27 BOY lor Messages.—Shaw's Pharmacy. Ltd., 53. Queen_St. x 25 BOY wanted for Herald round. Parnell. good wages.—Ring 26-385. _j 25 BOY wanted for Furniture Factory.—Apply G. C. Good & Co.. Wilkinson Road, Ellerslie. x.26 BOY for our Store Packing Departmcnt.v-C. H. Furness & Co., Ltd., Wholesale Merchants, 26. Customs Street. x ~5 BOY and Girls, x.2 to start; congenial conditions; Harold Tetley, Leather Goods Manufacturer, 1. Anzac Avenue. Phone 42-749. J BOY for messages; good appearance; 5.30 p.m., no Saturday; good wages.—Reply P.O. Box 1999. Auckland. 2d BOY, smart, wanted for our Front Shop; no Saturday work.—Apply Electric Construction Co.. 52. Fort_St.._ City. 26 BOY wanted for our Tea Department; good conditions, no Saturday work. —Apply Bond and Bon^Ltd., 6-8, Commerce St. 25 BOY, smart, wanted for- Messages; good wages and j conditions.—Apply Mr. Hayes, Dispatch O «fo Arthur Yates & Co.. Ltd.. Lower Albert Street. 28 BOYS wanted for Radio Work. —Apply Beacon Radio. 32, Fa nshaw eS t 26 BOYS (2). required to Learn Automatic Lathe Work; permanent position and good wages.— Amalgamated Products. Ltd., Upper Nelson ana Howe Sts. ;

BOYS to learn a very interesting and useful trade, required urgently: will be taught the trade thoroughly under best conditions, with first-class wages.—Hermes Gloves. Ltd., Professional Cham- < bers. 9. High St. ; BRASS POLISHER, or Man with some experience of brass polishing: permanent position.—Apply D. Henry and Co., 12, Nelson St. -6 BREAKER-OUT (1), for our Ngatiro Sawmill, house available; also 1 Head Yard Man. 1 Crosscutter. 1 Slabby. 2 Labourers, shingle accommodation.—Apply Morningside Timber Co.. Ltd.. l*. Taylor's Rd.. Mornin gside. CARPENTERS and Painters, town or country work: first-class tradesmen, top wages.—K. W. Hay, 97. Sandringham Rd. Phone 64-669. JU CARPENTERS, first-class men.—Apply 314 « Victoria Arcade. Shortland St.. or Ring (day) or 81-491 (evenings). _____ CASHIER, with some experience, for Samson Cash Desk: good experience; ideal conditions. Stan Manager, George Court & Sons, Ltd.. Karanganape Road. — CASIIIER, Junior, male, 17-18, for old-established Company: permanent position with excellent prospects for Youth with good education; one studying accountancy preferred; above a war a wages to start.—Copies .only references to 8.u., 0582, CLERK— Costing and Customs Clerk is required by a large Auckland Concern. The position calls for an experience*! and preferably one with some bookkeeping knowledge. Written application, stating age and detailing experience.—lmports 0631. STAR. 3127 COOK GENERAL, easy position. £%"1 and Breakfast House. —Avonhyrste. 62, Symonds St. x 26 ALADDIN CLEANING SERVICE. Young Man wanted as Window and General Cleaner. Forty-hour week, plus overtime. No lost time. Permanent job. and only men requiring same are asked to apply. 55. HENLEY ROAD. Mount Eden (Balmoral end) after 6. 25 ALTERATION WORKROOM—We require Experienced Hand to take charge of our Alterat on Workrorm: cxneiience in Coats, Suits and FrocKs essential. —Apply HOOKER AND KINGSTON. LTD., Hamilton. :x 2B CAPABLE TTYPISTE REQUIRED. Interesting work. Five-cay week. Wages up to £4 10/ per week will' be paid to suitable applicant. Reply with copies of references to B.G. 0612. STAR. 25 CASHIER FOR T A K A P U N A. Personal applications are invited for the position of Cashier in our Takapuna Branch. Salary £3 a week to commence. Some clerical experience will be necessary. Apply personally. 63, WAKEFIELD STREET. 26 CLERK RECEPTIONIST, FOB LARGE CITY PRIVATE HOTEL. Bookkeeping, typing and general office routine. Live out position. Reply in writing, with copies of refs., to B.G. 0320, STAR. x2l CUTTER-DESIGNER, Ladies' Coats. Suits. Frocks; must be capable doing individual fltMn_~s: small dressmaking workroom; 40-hour week; s rry x, iu. Only fully qualified tradeswomen need apply. For appointment. Phone 43-108. W. 7429. STAR. x 25 C, 1 R L T O LEARN CUTTING. CHILDREN'S FROCKS. LADIES' BLOUSES. ETC. Good opportunity for Smart Girl. Apply .MISS I. HILL. 154. Hobson Street (opp. Trades Hall). Auckland. 26 girls or women For essentia! work in Paper Goods Factory. Pleasant conditions, good bonuses. ALSO C T RLS To learn Letterpress Fading and Binding. CAXTON PRINTING WORKS. LTD.. 17-19, Lower Federal Street. City. WS4 GIRLS. BOYS. YOUTHS AND MEN WANTED. FOR LEATHER GOODS MANUFACTURING. Best conditions, high wages and bonus. W. B. DARLOW. Leather Goods Manufacturers. Brunswick St.. off Napier St. WS4 GIRL. JUNIOR, FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK. Just leaving Secondary School preferred. Apply KIDD. GARRETT, LTD., Little Queen Street, or Box 558. x 25 GROCER'S ASSISTANT — FEMALE. One with considerable experience of trade. Preferably from Country Store. Recent references essential. Write or apply— R. W GALLAGHER, LTD., Victoria St. W. 25 lIAWKE'S BAY HOSPITAL BOARD. HOUSE SURGEON WANTED—Junior or Senior House Surgeon require*}. Salary £262 10/ and £380 10/ per annum respectively. Live in. Applj MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT. Napier Hospital. 25 HAULER DRIVER.' HAULER DRIVER wanted, with second class ticket, i * Must be experienced in bush hauling. House availably School handy. APP POKAKA TIMBER COMPANY. LTD., Private Bag. NATIONAL PARK. x 26 INTERMEDIATE T YPISTE. For Large, Important Manufacturing Firm. Liberal salary, excellent opportunities and working conditions. Five-day weak. Reply in first instance to "Typiste." C/o J. ILOTT, LTD., ADVERTISING. P.O. Box 991, Auckland. 25

MANCHESTER B U X F. R. W» require fully experienced Buyer for our Manchester Department. Consideration will be given applications from Senior Sales-who wish to improve their position. Apply with full particulars, stating wages required. HOOKER AND KINGSTON, LTD., Hamilton. TAILORESSES TAILORESSES TROUSERS AND VEST FINISHERS WANTED. Part or Full Time, or do the work at home. We can place a few BEGINNERS who will be taught to make the garments right through. Essential industry. Pay is good. HUGH WRIGHT, LTD. Applv WORKROOM, 63. QUEEN STREET. Same Building as Down Town Club. Or Phone Mr. Bidwell. 48-361. 26 NZ GLASS MANUFACTURER CO. PTT., LTD. SEVERAL VACANCIES FOR FEMALE WORKERS, 20-45 years of age. For Packing Bottles into Corrugated Cardboard Containers. Wnees £3 10/9 for 40-hour week. For several months Saturday work will be available if desired, bringing earnings lor 48-hour week to £4 15/. Work is of a light nature and working conditions are excellent. Apply Warehouse Foreman, NZ GLASS MANUFACTURER CO. PTY„ LTD., Great South Road, Penrose. x2B MANTLE SALESWOMEN. KEENAN'S, OF KARANGAHAPE ROAD. £eve4\l Experienced Senior Saleswomen are lequired for Women's Wer.r Specialty Sio.e opening Ehrrtly in Karangahape Rcad v The petitions, which carry responsibility, present excellent opportunities to Sales-vo-nen having the necessary enthusiasm and initiative. A vacancy exists for a Junior Assistant, also Senior Alteration Assistant capable of fittings. Apply in strictest confidence, giving full details c' previous experience, to J.• R. KEEN AN. BOX . 1514, AUCKLAND. x 26

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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