SITUATIONS VACAXT COMPANION-HOUSEKEEPER. —Ring 16-742 for particulars, before 8 x2B book wanted. Private Hospital. City.—Ring 41-338. 27 COOK. — Apply City Hotel" corner Hobson and Victoria Sts. Phone 41-737. _28 COOK and Kitchenmaid. resident preferred; also weekly; all wan»ed' immediately.—Diocesan High School _J>hone 25-490^__ 2 8 CUTTER, experienced Handbags. Week-end Bags; part-time position.—Rlng_44-2!o. Saturday. x 27 DOORKEEPER, "smart, good "appearance, for leading Cabaret. 1 or 3 nights weekly; good conriitions.—Reliable. C 662, Star. 27 DENTAL MECHANIC wanted, good wages and working conditions, excellent opportunity for advancement.—P.O. Box 2184. 2 DRESSMARERTmaCHINIST, first-class Coat and Prock Machinist.—Apply 561. Manukau Rd.. Epsom, after 4 p. 28 DRIVER, Delivery, urgently; knowledge of City essential; 40-hour week.—Apply McDonald, 3. Dickens St., Richmond Rd : __ 28 ENGINEER'S _ FiFter _ and"Turner for our Morningside factory.—K.D.V. Boxes, Ltd., 23, McDonald St.. Morningside. 27 FEMALE SPOTTER, urgently, experienced preferred.—Apply Onehunga Dry Cleaners. 258. Queen St.. Onehu n D 4 Dept.; ' good 'wages' and conditions: essential industry.—Hydra Bacon Co.. Ponsonby. 28 FUR FINISHER, for small" workroom; excellent conditions: top wages; working hours, 8.30 to 4.30. — Melba Fur Co., Top Moor. Wgapuhl Chambers. Lome St. 28 FURNACE MAN, urgently required for Brass Foundry.—Apply Millar, Patersou & Co., Ltd., Halsey Streel,_C. 1. x 27 GKNERAL. female. — Apply City Hotel, corner Hobson ami_ Victoria Sts. _ Phone 41-737. 28 GIRL or Woman,"experienced, attending telephone and do light housework. Mountain Rd.—Phono 63-134. after 6 p.m. ■ x2B GIULS, aged 15 to 16. must be neat at sewing; pleasant working conditions. —Channaine. Cabaret Metropqle_Bldss.. Q;ieen_St. 28 GIRLsi bindery work; also Feeders, wanted urgently: good wages and conditions.—Brookdale Press. Wallace Bldg., Emily Place. 77 GIIII.S (3) wanted for light", interesting, clean work in our Hand Painting Dept; expD.ience not Chancery' St. \ 27 GIRI.S ard Women wanted, good conditions and wages. Those willing to work overtime can make reslly big wages. Come out and see the work vou will be required to do. —Auckland Laundry. Ltd.. Grey Lynn. D 4 GIRL under 17 lor Home Cookery, City; general work, no cooking.—4B-587. 28 HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential; also Bright Junior. —Elsie Hub"er. 9fi. Karangahane Rd. D 1 HAIRDRESSER. Ladies'. experienced Senior, capable of taking charge: North Shore Salon.— Write A.B. 0603. STAR. 27 lIKAD WAITRESS wanted, live in.—Apply New Criterion Hotel. 27 HOME and Potion Rotorua. offered Woman with child or Middle-aged Woman; must be trustworthv; refs.—Write Reliable, 7470. Star. _28 HOlfSEMAro~~« : nrifa - Apply Hotel Auckland. D< HOUSEMAID wanted; good wages and conditions. Apply King's School. Remuera. 26 HOUSEMAID," also Waitress, wanted.—Appiv Grand Hotel. 27 HOUSEMAID. experienced; good wages.—Applv Prince Arthur Hotel. ,28 lini'Sll.-.IAIDS (2); accom. supplied.—Waverley Hotel. 28 HOUSF.MAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy People's Palace. Queen St. 1 HOUSKMAID-WAITFESS, week-ends free, live in or_out.— Phone _ 30 HOUSEMAID, salary £150! plus £13 cost of living allowance, less £30 bonrd and residence: if over 21 an additional £25.—Apply Matron. Phine 38-250. School for Deaf.JTitirangi. x3O MACHINISTS MACHINISTS. Experienced Overlock Machinists required in our Factory Manufacturing Ladies' and Men's Underwear Light, dainty and interesting worK. Highest wages and bonuses. Centrally situated. Essential industry. Apply STIRLING HENRY (N.Z.), LTD.. 406. Queen Street, Auckland. MF4 CASHIERS — FOR NORTH SHORE. Applications are invited from local Girls for positions in our North Shore Branches. Previous experience not essential. Salary will be fixed by agreement and by taking into consideration nature of previous employment. Apply personally to 63. WAKEFIELD STREET. x3O GIRI.S FOR SERVICE IN MAIN OFFICE, MAIL OR.DER DEPT. AND AS JUNIOR SALES ASSISTANTS. Also Girls as I.eci'»;ro and one as Improver in Showroom Alterr.:;on D?pt. Excellent training and prospects of advancement. Staff Manager, GEORGE COURT AND SONS, LTD., Karangahape Road. x2B MACHINISTS AND JUNIORS WANTED URGENTLY . Clean light interesting work under excellent conditions in Auckland's most modern factory. Good wages and bonuses. Call, write or telephone FAYRIiFORM. LTD., 141-143, Victoria Street West. :28 MACHINISTS, EXPERIENCED IN THE LEATHER TRADE, WANTED URGENTLY. Will be taught the Glove and Handbag Trade under besi conditions. Capabale Machinists, after a short time, ctm earn up to £4 a week. Apply— HERMEg GLOVES. LTD., Professional Chambers. 9. High 30 RELIABLE PERSON TO CARE FOR OFFICE AND FACTORY. To make and serve morning and afternoon employed. Good conditions, 0-4 p.m. 11 necessary. Apply Forewoman, Children's Wear Department, OVANIX, LTD., 125, Albert St. 28 SMI TII alj D CAUGHEI, LTD., Have Vacancies for EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN for Maids' Dept. Glß D?pa a i S tirfcn ß ts? l mclu < uing nL Cash C '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 slafl. Salary will be ot the highest, plus overtime if desired, to a capable person. Apply personally or phone for appointment. NAGEL'S CREATIONS, LTD., 79-81. Lome Street. Auckland. Phone 49-717. 28 boo kT k eeper-tyfiste. We require immediately an experienced Typiste, capable of attending to accounts and general office work preferably with a knowledge ot shorthand. The position is a permanent one to the right person. Five-day week with good wages and working conditions. Apply personally or by letter to WALTER LAM3OURHE, LTD., Home Furnishers, Three Lamps, Ponsonby. 28 WAREHOUSE JUNIOR. We reauire the services ot a Youth 14-16 years ot age lor our Warehouse. While duties in the initial stage consist chiefly of messages, etc.. th° prospects lor advancement for a bright and conscientious Boy are excellent. No Saturday Aork. Apply m person to JAS J. NIVEN AND CO., LTD.. Engineers and Merchants, 63 Customs Street West. Auckland C.I. 27 N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURER CO. PTS., LTD. SEVERAL* VACANCIES FOR FEMALE WORKERS, 20-45 years of age. For Packing Bottles into Corrugated Cardboard Containers. Wages £3 10/9 for 40-hour week. For several months Saturday work will be available if desired, bringing earnings for 48-hour week to £4 15/. Work is of a light nature and working conditions are excellent. Apply Warehouse Foreman', N Z GLASS MANUFACTURER CO. PTTT.. LTD., Great South Road, Penrose. x2B OVERSEAS WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE, REQUIRES ASSISTANT TO MANAGER. Applications are invited from Qualified Pharmacists or Men with Pharmaceutical Fxperience. for immediate appointment to responsible position in well-known Overseas Drug House in Wellington. The position calls for commercial and clerical knowledge, shipping routine, etc.. and man must have ability to control office and staff. Good working conditions and good remuneration in accordance with ability. Permanency to suitable applicant. Apply immediately by letter and in confidence, giving details of age, military grading, qualifications and experience, and stating when available. SEREPIM, C/o J. ILOTT. LTD., ADVERTISING, P.O. Box 1491, Wellington. 30 AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A YOUTH OF 18 TO 19 YEARS. We require the services of a Bright Youth who is keen u> enter a coming industry. The successful ppplfeant will be trained In the operation of the latest type of machinery in conjunction with the manufacture of Insulated Wires and Cables and Plastic Articles. Excellent prospects for the right type of boy, good wages and conditions in a newly-established factory, which is centrally situated. Forty-houl week Applicant should be mechanically inclined and preferably with Technical | College engineering education. ■ Apply personally after 9 a.m. INTERNATIONAL RADIO CO.. LTD., 438 Queen Street (entrance Marmion Street). x 2
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