SITUATIONS VACANT FEMALE ASSISTANT for our Pork Butchery 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. Ngapuhi Lorne_St. . 28 GARDENER wanted. Fday weekly, for One Tree Kill Home: good wages to good man.—Apply Phone 64-116 or 43-884. 28 GENERAL, female. — Apply City Hotel, corner Hobson and Victoria Sts. Phone 41-737. 28 GIRL under" 17 for"Home Cookery. City; general work, no cook in g. —4 8-587. 28 GIRL for Packing Department.—Apply Cereal Foods (N.Z.), Ltd.. Surrey Crescent. Grey Lynn. 31 GIRL, young, learn and earn money; Apprentices recuired fcr high-class ladies' wear; special evening courses to make your own dresses. —Cilia. 434. Queen St. _ x2B GIRL, office junior, for general office duties; one leaving school preferred; 5-day week; good conditions.—Apply personally. D. McL. Wallace, Ltd.. KhyberPass, Newmarket. 28 GIRLS, Senior and Junior, for Milk Bar.—lßl. Symonds St. *. 2 ® GIRLS and Women for our Egg Grading Dept.; light work.—J. Jones. Ltd., City Markets. x2B GIRLS, aged 15 to 16, must be neat at. sewing; pleasant working conditions. —Charmaine, Cabaret Metropole Bldgs:, Queen St. 28 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. E* 4 GIRLS for Packing Medicinals; light work, good conditions and wages; no Saturday work. —Apply Manager, Gilseal Ltd., 76, Anzac Ave. 28 GIRLS, young, to learn this most interesting trade of manufacturing Ladies* Handbags and Fancy Leather Goods; wages above award; cosy lunch room and really good social club. —Apply Mr. Hargraves. Modern Bag Co., Ltd.. 270, Karangahape Rd., 6 doors past_Geo. Court's. 30 GROCER—Boy or Youth, 16 or 18, Devonport resident preferred. — Worthington, Four-Square Store, Devonport. 28 HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential, also Bright Junior.—Elsie 96. Karangahape Rd. D 4 HOME and Position. Rotorua. offered Woman with child or Middle-* ged Woman; must be trustworthy; refs.—Write Reliable. 7470. Star. 28 HOUSEMAID wanT'O.-Apply Hotel Auckland. D 4 HOUSEMAID wanted; good wages and conditions. Apply King's School, Remuera._ 26 HOUSEMAID, also Waitress, wanted.—Apply Grand Hotel. 27 HOUSEMAIDS (2); accom. supplied.—Waverley Hotel. _28 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy People's Palace, Queen St. 1 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, week-ends free, live in or out.—Phone 45-370. 30 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS wanted, quiet Country Hotel, good living quarters.—Phone 32-923. x2B HOUSEMAID, salary £150, plus" £13 cost of living allowance, less £30 board and residence; if over 21 an additional £25. —Apply Matron, Phone 38-200. School for Deaf, Titlrangi. x3O lIOUSEMAID hotel "in City; good wages and good conditions. —Phone 42-119. x 26 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, start immediately; live in or out; good conditions, ideal seaside situation. Grand Vue, St. Helier's. _ Phone _50-650. x2B INVOICE CLERK, junior or intermediate, for Grocery Warehouse; good wages and conditions. — Apply Irvir.g Clarke. Ltd., Anzac Ave. 28 INVOICE TYPISTE, experienced, Senior or Intermediate; pleasant working conditions. — Apply Cadbury, Fry, Hudson, Ltd., 151, Beach Rd. 28 INVALID Lady would like to hear of Lady to help with little Sewing; easy, small remuneration. Particulars, 24-516. __ 28 JUNIOR OFFICE GIRL, previous experience not necessary; good opportunity for advancement. — Apply R. Hannah & Co.. Queen Street. x2B JUNIOR TYPISTE," no shorthand, interesting work and excellent prospects.—Johnstone and Brinsden, Ltd., 47. Customs St. East. Auckland. 28 JUNIOR CUTTER. 16-17 years, for Neckwear and Children's Wear; machinist experience an advantage; good conditions and bonuses —Ex Quisite Finish, 3rd Floor, Brunswick Bldg., Queen St. 28 | J. R. McKENZIE,~LTD.. Otahuliu. require the services of a Junior Assistant.—Apply the Manageress. KERRICK KLEANER OPERATOR, previous experience not essential; permanent position; 40hour week; good conditions; top wages and weekly bonus. —Apply immediately, Service Manager. Schofield and Co., Ltd., Newmarket. 28 KITCHEN HAND, female; good hours and conditions; no Sunday work. —Phone 42-503. x2B KITCHENM AN~ sober and reliable. — Apply Commercial Hotel. x 26 KITCH EN MAID, good conditions, Saturday afternoon. Sunday, all holidays free; 5.30 closing.— Kelly's Cafe, City Markets. 28 KIT CHE N WOMA N wanted, good wages, no Saturday work.—Verona Home Cookery, Broadway. Newmarket. Phone 20-767. *30 KNITTERS, reliable, wanted.—Phone 24-767. x2B KNITTER, good, mostly Children's Garments.— Mrs. Thomas. Remuera. Phone 24-951. 28 LABOURERS (2) for general foundry work; good conditions.—Apply D. H. Davies and Co., i.td., 404. Broadway. Newmarket. 28 LABOURERS (12) wanted for General Council Work.—Apply in office hours to the Borough Engineer. Mt._Albert_ Borough Council. 28 LAD, blight, to. learn really interesting Light Meta 1 Work. —Electric Fitments, 9, 3each Rd. 28 LAD, strong, to work on Delivery Truck for month or two.—l9l. Campbell Rd., Green Lane. 28 LADY ASSISTANT wanted for machining and finishing for exclusive children's frocks.—Mi'W Morjdy. Brotdway. Newmarket. x2B LADIES. Girls" make extra money near home. Sell Cuddly toys cut out ready to make up. Write for details.—Cuddly Cutouts Co., HenderAuckland . 28 LEDGERKEEPER. Lady, experienced. City office, 5-c»ay week; wages above award.—Enclose copy ot rpfs. to Ledgerkeepe/. 8103. Star. 28 i MACHINE MOULDERS, or Men Willing to Learn— I This is a great opportunity to learn a useful trade under favourable conditions. Suitable Men will be employed permanently in our Modern Foundry at Mt. Wellington.—Mason and Porter. Ltd.. corner of Panmure Road and Mt. Wellington Highway. 4 1 MACHINIST, experienced Tailoress. required fcr ladies' garments; above award wages.—Chic. 434 Queen St. * 2 ? MACHINISTS, light woollen work; good conditions and wages. Girls under 18. here's your opportunity. Apolv Utility Clothing. Swanson Street. x3O MACHINISTS —Seniors, Intermediates. Juniors. Beginners, for woven and knitted lingerie, infants' and children's clothing of the better type; interesting work and conditions. —Apply Forewoman in Children's Dept., Ovanix, Ltd., 125, Albert St.. Auckland. ' 8
MALE COOK wanted for Sheep Farm. Hauraki , Gulf.—Apply in first instance to Secretary Primary ; Production Council. 41. Albert St. (Ist Floor, Daigety's Bids.). N. P. Adams, Clevedon. -!8 MAN or Youth as Driver: bread delivery.—Apply in person Glen Eden Bakery. 28 MAN, voung. wanted to assist on delivery truck.— Fi'ilk Green. 191. Campbell Rd.. Green_Lane. x2B MAN fcr"store work.—Apply Foreman. J. Jones. I'd.. City Markets. x2B M\N, gardening, lawns, milk nouse row: comfortable bcch: board; suit energetic pensioner.— 63. Kolmar Rd.. Papatoetoe. Phone 291. 28 ; MAX," capable, for Boiling' Down Works: able to skin cattle: good wages: permanent lob. —Apply Macky and Frear, 9. Empire Bldgs., Swanson St MARRIED COUPLE, Gardener. Handyman, Wife General Help., in small guest house, Takapuna; live in.—Phone 78-346. __ *28 M'RRIED COUPLE for Poultry Farm. Whenuapri- outage available.—Apply C. Jeffries. Manager' Whemnoai Poultry Farm. Whenuapai. Phone H'nd"rscn 239 A. ?8 MECHANIC, for essential industry; good wages; permanent position.—Apply McKendrick Bros.. Ltd.. Wellington St . 28 MEN required for City milk pasteurising and wuiir<! f"ptQ-v.—Anply 1. Owens Rd.. Epsom. x2B MEN TiJ. required van drivers and packers: essential industry.—J. C. Hutton (N.Z.), Ltd., 38, Stanley_St._ (apply Monday). 28 MILK ROUNDSMEN. 6-day week, good condi-tim-e.—Annly 1. Owens Rd., *28 MILLINERY DESIGNER wanted: must be cap-r*-l? rf designing Snurt Hats: high wages paid to suitable applicant; permanent position. Apply HARRIS MILLINERY CO., LTD., Napier. x2B OFFICE JUNIOR. Vacancy in large Wholesale Mercantile Office (5-day week) for well-edurated Youth just leaving school. Apply, stating age and enclosing copies of testimonials, to Junior Clerk, P.O. Box 190. Auckland. 28 PUREWA CEMETERY. REMUERA. MEN WANTED For General Maintenance and Grave Digging. Frequent opportunities for overtime. Local Body Award. Apply to the Superintendent. PHONE 50-210 or 44-306. WS4 PANTRYMAIDS AND WAITRESSES, FULL TIME. Assistants for Clearing Tables. Part time. Excellent conditions. 5-day week. Rest rooms and cafeteria. All staff privileges. Restaurant Manager. MILNE AND CHOYCE, LTD., Queen Street, City. x3O SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC, INDUSTRIAL, EXPERIENCED Or Man with some mechanical knowledge willing to be trained. Apply by letter, stating age and any experience, to SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.. BOX 1116. AUCKLAND. x2B TEAROOMS TEAROOMS. Additional Waitresses required, both full time and mid-day. Also Tea Servery Maid lor GEO. COURT'S TEAROOMS. Karangahape Rd. Ideal conditions. Apply STAFPMANAGER, x2B THE ORPHAN HOME. PAPATOETOE. The above Home is urgently in need of the following Staff: ASSISTANT —Good salary. Interesting work and excellent living conditions. Apply MATRON, ORPHAN HOME, PAPATOETOE. Or Phone PAPATOETOE 14. 28 WOMEN. YOUNG AND ACTIVE, FOR FACTORY. Six-day week: shiit work: hours 1 a.m. to .3 p.m. and 3 p.m. to II p.m., alternate weeks. Splendid wages, cafeteria on premises. COLONIAL AMMUNITION CO.. Mount Eden. Auckland. 23 SALES PERSON WANTED TO TAKE CHARGE OF FOOTWEAR DEPARTMENT. Knowledge of buying essential. The position is not a war-time appointment and offers excellent prospects for the successful applicant. Apply iu writing, with copic3 ci testimonials, to The Manager. HAWKE'S BAY FARMERS' 10-OP. ASSN., LTD.. Dannevirke. x3l
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