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SITUATIONS VACANT APPRENTICE for Machine Room, bright, energetic boy.—Bookdale Press. Wallace Building. Emily Plac?. 27 ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN,, permanent, good wages and hems, experienced book repairer preferred. not essential.—Readers' Library. Phone 54-703. 26 BAKER, small goods, female: 40-hour. 5-day week, no Saturday or Sunday work; wages £5; all women bakers employed.—Apply, stating experience snd if employed at present, to Home Made, OJ4I. Star. 28 liiNDEitl Two, Skilled or Junior. Good working conditions, staff privileges. No Saturday work.—Cr.H or Ring 32-4<o. Printing Dept.. Farmers' Trading Co. 27 BOILER ATTENDANT, with 2nd class ticket, for shift work; good wages and overtime. —James Hartiie rnd Co.. Penrose. Phone 24-761. 26 BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR, experienced, with knowledge of office routine; excellent opportunity in a growing concern :cr a good worker: minimum salary to commence. £5 per week, or in accordance with previous experience. —Apply with copies only of refs. to Box 16. Newmarket. 27 BOY or Youth to Learn Trade.—P. C. Holborow and Sons, Butchsrs, Henderson. 28 BOY wanted "for Furniture Factory.—Apply G. C. Good &■ Co., Wu:-inson Road, Ellerslie. Si BOY, Improver, Boot Repairing: modern shop.— Broadway Boot Repair Service, 164, Broadway. _ x2B BOY for our Store Packing Department.—C. H. Furness & Co., Ltd., Wholesale Merchants, 26, Customs Street. _ x 2» BOY, Sales Assistant for Retail Dept.—Hill and Plummer, Ltd., 170, Queen St. Apply Sales Manager. __ 26 BOY and Girls, £2 to start; congenial conditions; Harold Tctley, Leather Goods Manufacturer, 1, Anzac Avenue. Phone 42-749. x 25 BOY, smart, wanted for our Front Shop; no Saturday work.—Apply Electric Construction Co.. 52. Fort St.. City. 28 BOY, smart, wanted for Messages: good wages and conditions. —Apply Mr. Hayes, Dispatch Office, Arthur Yates & Co., Ltd.. Lower Albert Street_ 28 BOYS wanted for Radio Work.—Apply Beacon Radio. 32. Fanshawe St. 26 BOYS (2). required to Learn Automatic Lathe Work; permanent position and good wages.— Amalgamated Products. Ltd.. Upper Nelson and Howe Sts. 26 BRASS i?OLISIIER, or Man with some experience of brass polishing; permanent position.—Apply D. Henry and Co., 12, Nelson St. 26 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.. 14, Taylor's Rd.. Morningside. 26 Carpenters, Painters, Kawau: excellent accom. and conditions. —Ring 27-101 (all hours). r." BUSHMEN, gang 4 or 5 men; taraire logs and firewood cutting; good contract.—Particulars. Phone 41 -393. . 26 BUTCHER, 2nd Shopman or Experienced Youth.— Apply 237, Symonds St. "28 second " Shopman or Experienced Youth.—Apply 237, Symonds St. x2B BUTCHER'S YOUTH, to learn trade.—Apply Tucker & Sons. Kingsland. ] 28 BUTCHER, tradesman.— Bridges & Lewis, 265 Great. South Road. Phone 16-541. _27 CARPENTERS and Labourers wanted urgently.— Apply A. G. Grinter and Sons, Builders, 104, Carlton Gore Rd. ... MH4 CARPENTERS and Painters, town or country work: first-class tradesmen, top wages.—K. W. Hny, 97, Sandringham Rd. Phone 64-669, 30

CARPENTERS, first-class men— Apply 314, Victoria Arcade, Shortland St., or Ring 41-710 (day) or 81-491 (evenings), i? CASUAL LABOUR—2 Men wanted to Stack Timber.—Apply Rosenfeld. Kidson and Co., Ltd., St:and. Parnell. , z ° CHAIN STITCH MACHINIST, full or. part time; gcod conditions, 40-haur week.—Apply Supreme FrsckSr top floor, Ngapuhi Chambers, 32, Lome St.. behind the Regent Theatre. 28 CLERK—Costing and Customs Clerk Is required by a large Auckland Concern. The position calls for an experienced and preferably one with some bookkeeping knowledge. Written application, stating age "and detailing experience.—lmports. Q63P, STAR. . _: x 27 COMMERCIAL ARTlST—Services of first-class Free-Lance Commercial Artist required.—For full l-articulars. H. 7618. star. j, 26 COOK wanted, Private Hospital, City.—Ring 41-338. 27 COOK GENERAL, easy position, E*i and Breakfast House.—Avonhyrste, 62. Symonds St. _x 26 Co6k7~Apply City Hotel, corner Hobson anl Victoria StS; Phone_4l_-737. . 28 COOK and~Kltchenmaid. resident preferred; also Assistant Laundress, non-resident, for 25 hours weekly: sV wanted immediately.—Diocesan High School. _ Phone 25-490. 26 DRESSMAKER MACHINIST, first-class Coat and Frock Machinist—Apply 561, Manukau Rd.Epscm. after_4 p.m. - 8 and Armature Winder top wanes and share profit basis.—Phone 20-826 : 26 FNGINEER'S Fitter and Turner for our Morningside facto'-y.-K.D.V. Boxes, Ltd., 23, McDonald St.. Morningside. rl 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 adv.ancemen.—App'y in writings. Jas. Bardie and Co.. Icnrose. Auckland. . _._: - 8 EXAMINE!^—On of Auckland's Leading Manufacturers oi 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 FROCK CUTTER, full or part time, any age; hours to suit; excellent conditions.— P and F Styles, 310-322. Pacific Building. Wcllesley St.. cc'.ncr Queen St. Phone 44-673. .JUNIOR TYPISTE. Required by an Old-established Fire. Marine and Acci'ient Insurance Office. Excellent working conditions. Apply at once in" own handwriting to . B.G. 0600, STAR. , 21 AJ/IT'l'Vl'irN WORKROOM—We require Expcrirrccd Hand to take charge of rur Alteration Wcrkrccm: experience in' Coats. Suits and Frcckc essential.-Apply HOOKER AND KINGSTON. LTD.. Hamilton. :x2B CASHIER FOR TAKAPUNA. Personal applications are invited for the position ei Cashier in out Takapuna Branch. Salary £3 a week to commence. Some clerical experience will be necessary. Apply personally. 63. WAKEFIELD STREET. 26 CLERK RECEPTIONIST, FOR LARGE CITY PRIVATE HOTEL. Bookkeeping, typing and general office routine. Live out position. Reply in writing with copies of rets., to B.G 0620, STAR. x 27

DEN'TAL TECHNICIAN wants a Position with D-ii'ist. where he ran take charge of all denture work, etc. Long years' experience. ■ Apply to. H. C. RAN. C/o Union Dank of Australia, Ltd.. Queen Street. Auckland. C.l 26 OIK.I TO LEARN CUTTING. CHILDREN'S FROCKS. LADIES' ELCUSES. ETC. Good opportunity for Smart Girl. Apply MISS I. HILL. 154. Hobson Street 'opp. Trades Hall). Auckland. 26 OITIJ s required for Roma Tea Factory: no Saturday work; iderl suircundinnrs. clean work, scod conditions. — Apply personally to The Manager, oROMA TEA FACTORY. , _ Auckl.-.nd._ 28 GI?.!S n'D WCBZEN FOR PACKING AND LABELLING. Experience not necessary. Light. Congenial Work, Bonus. Opportunities lor overtime. G. E. WINSO*. Baking Powder Manufacturer. 301. Sandlingham Road. Fhone 80-105. 26 GB O CF. R ' S ASSISTANT — FEMALE. o*?e with considerable experience of trade. Pi'-frraViy from Country Store. Recent references essential. Write or apply— R W. GALLAUGHER. LTD., Victoria St. W. 26 HAULER DRIVER. HAULER DRIVER wanted, -vith second class ticket. Must be experienced in bush hauling. House available. School handy Apply— POKAKA I TIMBER COMPANY. LTD.. Private Bzg, NATIONAL PARK. x 26 LADIES' HAIRDRESSER TO MANAGE NAPIER SALON. Must be fullv cualiried in all branches of the profession and capable of taking complete charge. BRUNSWICK CAMEO SALON, Colonial Mutual Buildinu-s. 28 MACHINISTS. FINISHERS, PRESSERS. "wanteo toi ou: Shirt ani. Clothing Factory. Constant employment in inteiesting ligr.t work, and good conditions IMve-day week. LioeraJ bonuses WOO-LEYS. LIMITED 101 Federal Street. D 4 MACHINISTS WANTED We offer up to £4 10/ per 40-hour week, plus lopilcnal). overtime, mo.ning and afternoon tea, hot showers. Previous- experience unnecessary. Apply McKENDRICK BROS.. LTD.. ' 19. Wellington Street. 7 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS. IMPROVERS AND APPRENTICES lor Ladies' Costumes and Coats, ideal working conditions, good wages and bonuses. Apply Forewoman. WEST END COSTUME CO.. LTD.. No. 2 Factory. Brays Building. 239. Queen St.. Onehunga D 4 MEN'S HAT TRIMMER, experienced, good wages to right girl: also Junior, experience not necessary.—Apply HATWZL.Ii HAT MANUFACTURING CO.. LTD., ■ 35. Rutland Street. Phone 42-716. x2S I MARRIED COUPLE, Elderly, dependable, domestic and gardening duties. Live in, comfortable quarters. Apply , C. F. BENNETT. LTD... Queen Street. X2i OFFICE JUNIOB Vacancy in large Wholesale. Mercantile Offlc ' (5-day week) for well-cdueated Youth just leavin school. Apply, stating age and enclosing copi( i of testimonials, to Junior Clerk, 3 P.O. Lox 190, Auckland. *

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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