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— SITUATION'S VACANT SMART junior GIR L, TO LEARN MODERN BUSINESS PRACTICE in the Produce Department £ u L ar*e Wholesale Knowledge of typing an advantage, but not essential. Apply to the Secretary—BOND & BOND,- LTD., Commerce Street, Auckland. 27 ASSISTANT manager. e!u:h lC o? U tJo 0 / this position numbered 160. To annlicatinn LWe . ex,er ? d rur thanks for his h SS; Ai e , ar , h re P'y to our advertisements will be nnri»4? re^ U l'u lndlvldual consideration it But a at some ' ielay ls inevitable, ten o W1 l, be rea ched within the next ten days and possible candidates will be written to and interviewed within that time. Original testimonials will be returned as soon as possible. NATIONAL BRUSH CO. (N.Z.), LTD.. 470-480, Great South Road, Ellerslie. 25 AUCKLAND JIOSPITAL BOARD. Applications are invited for the position of WarkwDrth Warkworth Cottage Hospital. and Maternity Certificates or Midwifery Certificate required. »JK& ary ,ac cordlr »B to scale, plus £10 per annum remote allowance; living in. Applications should be addressed to the Lady Superintendent, Auckland Hospital, Park Road. j R. F. GALBRAITH. i Secretary. CUTTER-DESIGNER, MALE OR FEMALE, For Progressive Factory Manufacturing Ladies* Lingerie and Frocks. The position is a permanent one, and offers excellent opportunity and scope for advancement. Salary will be of the highest to a capable person. Applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. Apply personally or write Staff Manager— NAGEL'S CREATIONS, LTD., 79, Lome Street. Auckland. Phone 49-717 28 ADVERTISING SPECIALIST. A Large Mercantile Firm with branches wishes to appoint an Advertising Specialist to organise and handle Newspaper and Circular Adverrinng. Ticket Writing and Display Ability an advantage, also knowledge of office routine, but these qualifications are not essential. This is an outstanding opportunity for a keen man to create an important position in an expanding business. Write in first instance to "Advertising," Care CHARLES HAINES ADVERTISING AGENCY, Auckland. 25

DRAPERY. SENIOR LADY ASSISTANT REQUIRED For an Old-established Suburban Drapery Business. Liberal staff privileges and pleasant conditions. Experience not essential, but a decided advantage. Also TWO YOUNG GIRLS to Lenrn the Drapery Trade. Highest wages and good prospects lor willing persons. Apply— DOUG. WILLIAMS, Draper, 349, Corner Dominion Road and Burnley Terrace. Phone 60-503 day, 79-262 night. *25 SMITH & BROWN, LTD., Require the folio "Ing Staff: POLISHER, for Retail Store. Wages £7 5/ '.or 40-hour week. Excellent conditions. Permanent position, with staff benefits, to a good Polisher. Apply Retail Store, Symonds Street. ADULT MESSENGER, for general message work. Must be trustworthy and active. Good wages. Five-day week. Apply, with references, to retail store, Symonds Street. CABINETMAKERS. First-class Tradesmen. Wages £8 for 40-hour week. Good conditions. Apply Factors-, 2, Porter's Avenue, Eden Terrace. C.3. SMITH & BROWN, LTD., AUCKLAND, C.3. x 25 FACTORY CUTTER AND SUPERVISOR, WANTED FOR SMALL MODERN FACTORY STARTING IN HAMILTON, Intelligent Woman not afraid of responsibility and with plenty of initiative. AN EXPERIENCED CUTTER AND DESIGNER to take charge of Orders and Staff of 10-12. Good salary and a bonus, with a permanent position to the right type of woman. Write, In strictest eonflderce, giving full particulars of salary required, education and experience, to — SUPERVISOR. C/o The Goldberg Advertising Agency, Ltd., P.O. BOX 1759, AUCKLAND. 25 CIVIC REHABILITATION LEAGUE. ORGANISING SECRETARY. The League Invites applications for the responsible position of Organising Secretary from welleducated, energetic Men or Women, preferably ex-servicemen or women themselves. The object of the League Is to assist in the rehabilitation and general welfare of discharged service personnel, as well as their widows, tnd the wives and dependents of • those still In the Services. Initial duties will include the establishmeent of an office and suburban branches, the enrolment of new members, and the general administrative control of the League's activities in Auckland. Preference will be given to Auckland citizens. Remuneration will be substantial, and in conformity with the qualifications of the . successful applicant. Applications close Wednesday, August 8. Applicants are Invited to write in. in first Instance, enclosing copies only of testimonials, to Chairman, CIVIC REHABILITATION LEAGUE, Auckland Branch, O/o P.O. Box 1473, Auckland, C.l. 25

c I I I 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 ot August, 1945. for the undermentioned positions on the stair of tee Auckland 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/ * gross, rising to £418 6/ gross. For other Draughtsmen, a salary of £ 367 18/ gross. TOWN PLANNING ASSISTANTS (2). Applications for these positions will be received from qualified Civil Engineers. Architects and Surveyors. Commencing salary £444 11/ gross, rising to £512 16/ gross. ENGINEERING ASSISTANTS (2). Commencing salary £381 11/ gross, rising to £418 6/ gross, or £444 11/ gross, rising to £512 16/ gross. according to qualifications and experience. Conditions of employment relating xo the above appointments may be obtained from the Office ol the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Auckland. T. W. M. ASHBY,. Town Clerk. 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 formed, requires more Capital lor further developments; limited number of shares available. —Write B.G. 0497. Stah. 26 LARGE or Small Sums offered at 4 percent long term. Existing Ist and 2nd Mortgages Purchased. P.O. Box 1381. Phone 43-050. A BABE Opportunity for investor in new concern.— For particulars write P.O. Box 197. Auckland. 26 FOR HIRE SINGER SEWING MACHINES RENTED, 7/6 WEEK. Quotations given for Repairs, Buttonhole and Hemstitching. Orders promptly attended to. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. (Inc. in U.S.A.). A FOR WOMEB adorable gowns. 167. QUEEN STREET. HALF-PRICE SALE STILL ON. Hundreds of Garments Still To Go. Also Special Lot of New Season's English Wool Suits, usually priced 9 guineas, to be sold from FIVE GUINEAS Never again will such value be offered. Wool wly be very scarce. D 4 PT'ANTS. TREES, BEEDS. Etc., FOR SALE FRUIT and Citrus Trees, all varieties, country orders a specialty—Write Davis. 294, Dominion Rd.. Auckland. Phone 61-321.. 25 COLOURED FBEESIAB, rich shades .... 2/6 12 CALENDULAS. Giant Art Shades 3/8 50 CARNATIONS. Giant Chabaud Fancy .. 2/6 25 PANSIES, Englemann'a Giant 3/6 25 STOCK. Giant Perfection Double 3/6 50 NEMESIA. large flowered, red shaded, mixed 3/8 60 ICELAND POPPIES. Artists Glory 3/6 80 SANDERS. Box 931. Auckland. D 4 POGB, CATS, BIRDS, Etc., FOR SALE GENUINE IRISH SETTER Bitch Fuppies lor sale; price £8 8/.—M. Gibson. 97, Main Rd., Wadestown, Wellington. ' 5° ■DOGS, CATS. , BIRDS, Etc., WANTED PUPPIES, small breeds, Foxles, Spaniels, always wanted. —Johnnie Walker, top Queen Street. WS

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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