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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945
SITUATION- VACANT COOK and Cook's Assistant, also Relieving Maid, for Training College Hostel. Avondale. excellent conditions, hours, wages.—Phonr: Matron 88-297. 25 COOK and Kitchenmaid. resident preferred; also Assistant Laundress, non-resident, for 25 hours weekly; al? wanted immediately.—Diocesan High School. Phone 25-490. 26 COOKS, two 2nd,"one" 3rd.—Star Hotel. Albert St. X 25 COSMETIC Manuiacturer. requires a Young Lady to sell and Demonstrate Cosmetics in a leading Departmental Store.—Write for interview, W. 7358. Star. 25 DRESSMAKER MACHINIST, first-class Coat and Frock Machinist.—Apply 561, Manukau Rd.. Epsom, after 4. p.m. 28 DOCTOR'S ROOMS.—Junior Girl as assistant to nurse, typing essential. —Write B.G. C 623. Star. x 25 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER and Armature Winder, top waires and share profit basis. —Phone ENGINEER wanted with degree, preferably in mechanical engineering, and with some experience in machine design, to supervise plant and machinery in our factory; good prospects of advancement.—Apply in writing, Jas. Hardie and Co.. Penrose. Auckland. j ■ 26 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 goodj 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 SPOTTER, urgently, experienced preferred. —Apply Onehunga Dry Cleaners, 258. Queen St., Onehunga. FEMALE FROCK CUTTER, full or part time, any age; hours to suit; excellent conditions. — P. and F. Styles. 318-322. Pacific Building. Wellesley St.. corner Queen St. Phone 44-673. x 26 GENERAL, Female, good wages, easy work. — Manaper. R.S A., _H igh St. x 25 GENERAL, one day week, do washing and cleaning.—Phone 48-521. x 25 GIRL lor Home Cookery. Remuera; assist in shop.—Ring 17-102. 25 GIRL (17). for Milk Bar. no night work, good wages.—Apply_Scott's Milk par. Newmarket. 25 GIRL, fond of children, assist with housework; good horned—Phone 50-307. 26 GIRL, capable, for Household Duties; good conditions. —Ring 44-271, between 9 and 5. 26 GIRL (16-18) to train for Footwear Sales; good wages and conditions.—R. Hannah and Co.. Ltd.. Karangahape Rd. 25 GIRLS for Packing Department.—Apply Cereal Foods (N.Z.), Ltd., Surrey Cres., Grey__Lynn._26 GIRLS, Senior and Junior, for our Egg Packing Department: light, congenial work; good wages.— Apply Turners <te Growers, Ltd.. City Markets. x2B GIRLS AND WOMEN for Factory; light, clean work, no previous experience necessary;- good conditions.—Apply McNiven Bros., Ltd., Khyber Pass Rd. 26 GIRLS and Women wanted, good conditions and wages. Those willing to work overtime can make really big wages. Come out and see the work you will be required to do. —Auckland Laundry. Ltd.. Grey Lynn. . D 4 GIRLS or Young Women for our Mangle Room: light duties, no washing; good clean work: wages high, with plenty of overtime if required: parttime will be considered.—Grosvehor Laundry, Ltd., 3, Grosvenor St.. Grey Lynn. 26 HANDYMAN GARDENER, live in or out, suit Pensioner: good home, Green Lane district.— Phone 16-823. 25
HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential, also Bright Junior.—Elsie Hub-»er. 96. ECarangahane Rd. D 4 HAIRDRESSER, Ladies', experienced Senior, capable of taking charge; North Shore Salon.— Write A.B. 0603. Star. 27 HAND KNITTERS at home wanted for Baby Clothes in spare time. —W. 7315, Star. _25 HAND SMOCKERS at home wanted for Infants' Frocks and Rompers.—W._ Star. 25 HANDY MAN. house cow. good home; pensioner preferred.—Convent. Shakespeare Rd., Milfor''. Phone 78-301. x 25 HAIRDRESSER, Ladies' Senior.—Apply Andre Beauty Salon, Roxy Theatre 25 HEAD WAITRESS wanted, "live in—Apply New Ho+el. 27. HOME WORKERS required for the making of Children's Clothing: must h->ve own 1 machine.— Arrlv Joy Toys, Ltd.. 22. Chancery St. x 25 HOUSEKEEPER-CO:'PANION. private hotel; reenergrtic.—W. 7361, Star. 25 HOUSEMAID wanted: good wages and conditions. Apply King's School. Remuera. 26 HOUSEMAID-W/'TTiMrsS, week-ends free, live in or out. —Phone 45-370. 27 JUNIOR TYPISTE. Required by an Old-established Fire, Marine and Accident Insurance Office. Excellent working conditions. Apply at once in own hanrfwriting to B.G. 0600. STAR. 27 MACHINISTS. FINISHERS, PRESSERS. Wanted for our Shirt ant Clothln? Factory. Constant employment in interesting light work, and good conditions Five-day week. Liberal bonuses WOOLLEYS. LIMITED. 101 Federal Street " D 4 MACHINISTS. FINISHERS. IMPROVERS AND >PPRENTTCES for Ladies' Costume? and Coats. rd"f| working conditions, good wages and bonuses. Apply Forewoman. WEST END COSTUME CO. LTD.. No 2 Factory. Bravs Building. 239. Queen St.. Onehunga. D 4 OFFICE JUNIOR. FEMALE ASSISTANT. Preferably with some experience and knowledge of Shorthand-Typing. Duties include telephone. Excellent working conditions in modern new cenoffice. Wages recording to qualifications. Applv with copies of references, if any. TYPISTE. BOX 1133, AUCKLAND. 27 PRINTER'S COMPOSITOR, LETTERPRESS MACHINIST. APPRENTICES FOR COMPOSING ROOM AND MACHINE ROOM. MESSAGE BOY. Apply WRIGHT AND JAQUES. LTD., Printers and Publishers, 52. Albert Strett. Auckland. 26 FIRST ASSISTANT FIRST ASSISTANT SOUTH ISLAND BUTTER FACTORY, 300 to 350 Tons. Should hold Cream Grader's and Boiler Certificates. House available. Apply, giving full details of experience, to * " Butter," C/O J. ILOTT. LTD.. ADVERTISING, P.O. Box 1491, Wellington. 25 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 l neccssary. Apply ! N.Z. MILK PRODUCTS, LTD., St. George's Bay Road. Parnell. x 25 GIRLS GIRLS. GIRLS WANTED URGENTLY FOR PORCELAIN ENAMELLING DEfT. ! Full or part time workers. No previous cirperienc- ! 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 LADS (2) WANTED TO LEARN TRADE Of r~king Tennis Racquets and Golf Clubs. Permanent employment. No Saturday work. Parents wanting to see fcpys learning trade invited to apply OWEN EYRE AND CO., I.TD,. 118-120, Broadway. Newmarket. Almost opposite Olympic Pool. 25 MOTOR BODY TRADE. WANTED. I BODYMAKERS. PANELBEATERS AND PAINTERS ! For general commercial bodywork, Repairs and reconditioning. Highest wages paid, according to ability. Preference given to returned servicemen.—Apply, stating age and experience, to C. L. NEILSON. LIMITED, Railway Avenue, Lower Hutt. :11 THE ORPHAN HOME, PAPATOETOE. The above Home is urgently in need of the following staff: ASSISTANT—Good salary. Interesting work and excellent living conditions. A MATRON. ORPHAN HOME. PAPATOETOE. Or Phone PAPATOTOE 14. 25 JUNIOR GIRLS JUNIOR GIRLS j .To learn Finishing of Tennis Racquets. I Light, congenial work. No standing. Good con- ' ditions. Handy to tram and train. No Saturday work. Under 17. £2 a week: under 18, £2 5/, to be increased to £2 10/ when 18, and senior wages when 20.—Apply Mrs. Rennie, OWEN EYRE AND CO., LTD.. 118-120. Broadway, Newmarket, Almost opposite Olympic Pool. 25 LEADING HAND FOR FOOD FACTORY IN PAPATOETOE DISTRICT. To Take Charge of 4 p.m. to 12 Midnight Shift. Must be experienced in handling men, have mechanical knowledge arid experience in steam cooking and food or confectionery processing technique. Wages £7 10/ plus 14/3 shift money per 40-hour week. Apply in writing to B.G. 0606. STAR. 25 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. Flatlocfc. 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. Arply Warehouse Foreman, N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURING CO. PTY.. LTD.. • Penrose. x2B
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945
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