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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945
SITUATION'S VACANT FEMALE SPOTTER, urgently, experienced preferred.— Apply Onehunsa Dry Cleaners, 258. Queen St.. Onehunga. D 4, FEMALE ASSISTANT Tor our Pork Butchery Eep:.: good wages and conditions: essential inousiry.—Hydra Bacon Co., _Fonsonby. 28 FINISHERS—We _ require the services cf Three Stock Table Hands it Men's Clothing. Conpe'.cnt hands will be paid above award wages.—Th? Dominion Clothing Ce.. Ltd., 312. Queen S're-?t. iif-t St. J3mcs' Theatre. Phone 45-566. x 23 FBOCK MACHINISTS (2), preferably with experience, for small frock workroom. Excellent conditions r.nd highest wages Sunny workroom.—Phone 43-QgQ. I 6 GARDENER, experienced. Epsom district.—Phon" 60-339. 26 GENERAL lemale. — Apply City Hotel, comer Hobson and Victoria Sts. Phone 41-737. . 28 GIRL, fond of children, assist with housework: good home. —Phone 50-307. 26 GIRT under 17 for Home Cookery. City; general work, no cooking. —48-587. 28 GIRL, capable, for Household Duties; good conditions.—Ring 44-271, between 9_and_s. 26 GIRL, Intermediate or Senior, responsible Office Position.—Hill end Plummcr, Ltd.. Queen St. Anoly SMes Manager. 26 GIRL or Woman, experienced, attending telephone and do light housework, Mountain Rd.—Phone 63-134, after 6 p.m. x2B GIRLS for Packing Department.—Apply Cereal Foods (N. 2.). Ltd.. Surrey Cres,, Grey Lynn. 26 GIRLS, aged 15 to 16, must be neat at sewing: pleasant working conditions.—Charmaine, Cabaret Metropole Bldgs., QucenSt. 28 GIRLS (2). for piano workrooms: excellent conditions and sr.hrv.—Apply 21, Hellaby's Bldg., oni). C.P.0.. 2-4 p.m. Friday. 26 GIRLS, bindery work: also Feeders, wanted urgently: good wages and conditions.—Brookdale Press. Wallace Bids.. Emily Place. 27 GIRLS AND WOSIEN 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 bIR wages. Come out and see the work vou 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.—Grosvenor Laundry, Ltd., 3, Grosvenor St., Grey Lynn. 26_ HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential, also Bright Junior.—Elsie Huoner, 96. garangahape Rd. D 4 HAIRDRESSER, Ladies', experienced Senior, capable of taking charge; North Shore Salon. — Write A.B. 0603. STAR. _27 HEAD WAITRESS wanted, live in.—Apply New Criterion Ho'cl. ; 27 HOME SEWING Machinist, not less 30 hours weekly.—Write H,»7469, Star. , 26 HOME and Position. Rotorua, offered Woman with child or Middle-aged Woman; must be trustworthy: refs^— Write Reliable, 7470, Star. 28 HOUSEMAID wanted: good wages and conditions. Apply King's School. Remuera. 26 HOUSEMAID wann-a-Apply Hotel Auckland D 4
HOUSEMAID, experienced.—Apply Grand Hotel. 26 HOUSEMAID, a'lsS" Waitress, wanted.—Apply Grand Hotel. 27 HOUSEMAID, experienced; good wages.—Apply Prince Arihiir Hotel. ; 28 HOUSKMAID-yv-UTREsS.— Apply Koyai Hotel i-> 4 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—Apply People's Palace. Queen St J HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, week-ends free, live in or out.—Phone 45-370. i 27 lIOUSEMAID-WAITRFSS, ho'el in City, good wages and good conditions.—Phone 42-119. x 26 INSURANCE. — Shorthand Typiste required by British Insurance Company; excellent working conditions and pleasant surroundings; good prospects.—Apply in own handwriting, stating age and previous_experience 1 _ if any.—B.G. 0601, Star. 27 JUNIOR CUTTER, IG-17 years, for Neckwear and Children's Wear; machinist experience an advantage- good conditions and bonuses.—Ex Qulsite Finish. 3rd Floor, Brunswick Bldg.,_Queen St. 28 KITCHENHAND required, good conditions, five-day week.—White Heather Tearooms, corner Fort and CommerceSts. ? 26 KITCHENMAX, sober and reliable. — Apply Commercial Hotel. *2S KITCIIENMAID, Bledisloe House, Blind Institute: live in—Phone 45-872. x 26 KITCIIENMAID, good conditions, Sauirday afternoon. Sunday, all holidays frea; ■i.SO closing.— Kelly's city_Markets 1 29 KITCHENMAIDS wanted for Sandwich-making and Washing-up; also Midday Waitress.—Blake's Inn. Vulcan Lane. ; x3O KITCIIENVVOMAN, experienced; above award wages: no Saturday work.—Phone 20-707. x 25 LABOURERS wanted; good conditions and wages to right men.—Phone 27-983 J _ 26 I AIiOTJRERS (2) for general foundry work; good conditions.—Apply D. H. Davies and Co.. i.td., 404. Broadway, Newmarket, j 23 I,ADY ior Shop; 40-hour week, good wages and conditions.—:Phone__ 41-637_ for interview. x 26 LUBrIcaTIJN' 7 ATTENDANT wanted immediately; good wages and conditions; 40-hour week.—Appiy Service Manager. Schofleld and Co., Ltd.. Newmarket. ?6 MACIHnTsTS wanted for our Sack Manufacturing Departments, good wages and conditions.—Apply McKendrick_Bros., Ltd., Broadway, Newmarket. Z MILK BAR DISPENSER," day "staff: permanent' position, good conditions, good pay and bonus.— Apply Duffy's Milk Bars. Ltd.. Ist Floor. City Chambers._ Queen Sl„ 9-10 a.m.. 2-3 p.m. Y4 MACHINISTS. Improvers and Apprentices wanted; small Frock Workroom.—Apply Supreme Frocks, Top Floor, Nsnpuhl Chambers, 32, Lome St., behind_ Regent Theatre. _ 26 MACHINISTS, with or "without experience, for Modern Clothing Factory. Good bonus systems and overtime available, under ideal working conditions. W. McCarthy and Sons. Ltd., 49. Eden Terrace (top of Symonds Street). Phone 30-020. x 27 SXilllNlSTS—Seniors, Intermediates. Juniors, Beginners, for woven and knitted lingerie, Infants' and children's clothing of the better type; lntores'ing work and conditions.—Apply Forewoman In Children's Dept., Ovanix, Ltd., 125. Albert St.. Auckland. ; 2 J MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS, used to fitting and free 1 in?: good wages and conditions.—Apply Chief F.ncine'cr, Auckland Laundry. Ltd.. Grey Lynn. x 27 MAN "wanted" - for factory.—Apply Cereal Foods (N.Z.), Ltd., Surrey Crescent, Grey Lynn. OFFICE JUNIOR, FEMALE ASSISTANT. Preferably with seme experience and knowledge pf Shorthand-Typing. Duties include telephone. Excellent working conditions in modern new cen-trally-heated office. Wages according to qualifications. Apply with copies of references, if any. TYPISTE, BOX 1133, AUCKLAND. 27 PRINTER'S COMI-OSITOR, LETTERPRESS MACHINIST, APPRENTICES FOR COMPOSING ROOM AND MACHINE ROOM. MESSAGE BOY. Apply WRIGHT AND JAQUES. LTD.. Printers and Publishers, 52 Albert Stie t. Auckland. 26
WOMAN AS ASSISTANT IN OUR STAFF CAFETERIA. Ideal conditio-s. Frevious experience not necessary. Apply Staff Manager, Fifth Floor. MILNE AND CHOYCE. LTD., Queen Street, C.t. X 26 WOMEN, YCUNG AND ACTIVE, FOR FACTORY. Six-dav week: shin work; hours 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., alternate weeks. Splendid wages, cafeteria on premises. COLONIAL AMMUNITION CO.. Mount Eden. Auckland. 28 VOUNGLAD Y W A N T F. D To keep cur offir" records, including invoicing, banking .etc. Five-day week. Moaern new premises. HICKS MOTORS. LTD., 3*34, Broadway. Newmarket. x 26 G I R L S GIRLS. GIRLS WANTED URGENTLY FOR PORCELAIN ENAMELLING DEt-T. Pull or part lime worl-ers. No previous experience necessary Light and interesting work. Good wages and conditions, with oppor'unity for overtime in an essential industry. Apply in person to ALEXANDER HARVEY & SONS. St. George's Bay Rd.. Parnell D 4 L A D I E S ' WEAR. AN EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN is required tor Progressive Central Waikato Ladies' Wear Establishment. This is a good opportunity, with prospect of early advancement and increased responsibility. Good hoard can be arranged. Full d"tnils on apnlicr.tion to the Manager, SARGOOD. SON * EWEN. LTD., Auckl-ind. 26 FEU ABLE TERRON TO CARE FOR OFFICE " AND FACTORY. To make and serve morning and afternoon tpn a-d 'o as«'st in pressing when not otherwise crnnlayed Good conditions. 'J-4 p.m. if necessary. A poly Forewoman, Children's Weir apartment. OVANIX. LTD.. 125. Albert St. , 2J SHORTIIAND - T Y P I S T E. SENIOR OP. GOOD INTERMEDIATE. Permanent position. Good pay and prospects. Five-day week. Apply in writing, stating age, qualifications, etc.. to the Manager. GORDON & GOTCH (AUST.I. LTD.. P.O. BOX 584, AUCKLAND. 26 SMITH AND CAD G II E Y. L T D., Have Vacancies for EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN for Maids' Dcpt. GIPLS as Beginners or Intermediates for various Departments, including Cash Desk and Office. Apply personally to Staff Manager. SMITH AND CAUGHEY. LTD., Queen Street. 28 WOMAN TO TAKE CHARGE SMALL CAFETERIA. This position is a light, congenial one, with the co-operation of a happy staft. Salary will be of the highest, plus overtime if desired, to a capable person. Apply personally or phone for appointment. KAGEL'S CREATIONS, LTD., 79-81, Lome Street, Auckland. Phone 49-717. 21 BOOKKEEPER-TYPISTE We require Immediately an experienced Typiste capable of attending to accounts and general offlc i work, preferably with a knowledge of shorthand I The position is a permanent one to the righ • person. Five-day week with good wages an e I working conditions. | Apply personally or by letter to WALTER LAMBOUHNE, LTD., j Home Furnishers, 8 I Three Lamps, Ponsonby. '.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945
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