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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945
SITUATIONS VACANT l 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. , D 4 GIRLS, young, to learn this most interesting 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 GIRLS and Women for packing and labelling; light, congenial work in a bright, warm factory: good wages, bonus, opportunities lor overtime: car fare allowed.—Apply G. E. Winson, Baking Powder Manufacturers, 304, Sandringham Rd. Phore 80-105. xl GiRLS to learn weaving, warping, etc., required by newly-established firm manufacturing ribbons, etc.; here is an excellent opportunity to obtain an interesti"g, well paid position, with prospects of advancement.—Apply Narrow Fabrics, Ltd., 14a, Ranfurly Rd., Epsom. Phone 17-000. x 4 HAIRDRESSER, gooa setter essential, also Bright Junior.—Elsie Hub'iei. 96 % Karangahape Rd. D 4 HOUSEMAID wanted. — Apply Hotel Auckland. D 4 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, experienced; good wages and conditions.—Phone 41-624. x3l HOUSEMAID, salary £150. plus £13 cost of living allowance, less £30 board and residence: if over 21 an additional £25. —Apply Matron, Phone 38-260, School for Deaf, Titirangi. x3O KITCHEN HAND, Female. —Apply Tudor Cafe, 151. gymends St. Phone 42-503. x3O KIXCHENHAND required, 5-day week; good conditions.—White Heather Tearooms, corner Fort and Commerce Streets. • x3O KITCHEN WOMAN wanted, good wages, no Saturday work.—Verona Home Cookery,- Broadway, Newmarket. Phone 20-767. x3O LABOURER, uccd to concrete ana stone wall buildings preferred; few days, Mission Bay.— Phone 51-C7O. 30 LEDGERKEEPER, male or female, required for merchant's office, 5-day week.—Apply P.O. Box 1155. Auckland. xl MACHINE MOULDERS, or Men Willing to Learn— 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. 31 MACHINISTS, experienced in frocks and dressmaker suits.—Write for interview, M. 8371, Star. x3O MACHINISTS wanted for our Sack Manufacturing Departments, good wages and conditions. —Apply McKendrick Bros., Ltd., Broadway, Newmarket. Z MACHINISTS, light woollen work; good conditions and wages. Girls under 18, here's your opportunity. Apply Utility Clothing, Swanson Street. x3O MAN CLEANER, 40-hour week; good job.—Civic Theatre. x3O MECHANIC for maintenance, sewing machines; good wages, permanent position.—Apply McKendrick Bros., Ltd.. Wellington St. 1 MEN for Store Work. —Apply Foreman, J. Jones. Ltd.. City Markets. : 30 MEN or Boys to learn knitting trade by company manufacturing underwear fabrics; good wages, conditions and prospects; plenty of overtime available if required; also shift work. —Apply Auckland i Knitting Mills. Ltd., 14a, Ranfurly Rd., Epsom. x 4 MID-DAY WAITRESS.—AppIy Scott's, Broadway, Newmarket. 1 I MIDDAY WAITRESS, no Saturday work. —Chester Tearooms. Fort St. x3O MILLINER, senior, fully experienced, lull or part time, good wages.—Write B.G. 0728, Star. xl FINISHERS FINISHERS FINISHERS We Require Urgently EXPERIENCED CHART AND STOCK FINISHERS. Also JUNIORS FOR MEN'S TAILORING. A first-class hand will be paid above award rates. Apply DOMINION CLOTHING CO.. LTD.. 312. Queen Street (next St. James' Theatre). Phone 45-566. x3O THE TARANAKI ELECTRIC POWER BOARD. This Board has vacancies for a Re-inspection Inspector, an Inspector-Troubleman (permanent positions), and 3 or 4 Linesmen. for particulars to B. H. GOLDSMITH. Engineer-Manager. P.O. Box 16, Eltham. x3l GIRLS GIRLS. GIRLS WANTED URGENTLY FOR PORCELAIN ENAMELLING DE rT. Full or part time workers. No previous experience necessary. Light and interesting work. Good wages and conditions, with opportunity for overtime in an essential industry. Apply in person to ALEXANDER HARVEY & SONS. St. George's Bay Rd.. Parnell D 4
LANE. PENROSE. We have vacancies for 15 Married Women or Girls for full or part-time work on Army contracts for Toothbrushes. This work is light and clean and is carried i out under excellent conditions. Wages .1/6 per hour. Apply NATIONAL BRUSH CO. (N.Z.), LTD., 470-480, Gt. South Rd., Ellerslie. 2 LADY CAN VASS ERir. SEVERAL REQUIRED. To present pleasant, attractive and dignified house-to-house proposition. Easy hours. Good wages and bonus. Apply Mr. Asher. First Floor, BOND & BOND, LTD., Commerce Street, Auckland. x3O POTTER!' ASSISTANTS REQUIRED. Excellent opportunity exists for WOMEN AND GIRLS to Ir-urn interesting trade. Up-to-date Cafeteria, Social Sports Club. High wage and pleasant working conditions, away irom the humidity of the city. Close to bus and train Apply to Mr. Wisely, Porcelain Factory, AMALGAMATED BRICK & PIPE CO.. LTD., New Lynn. 30 SENIOR CLERK — FEMALE. FOR MANUFACTURING OFFICE. This position is a permanent one, with excellent ! remuneration and prospects for advancement to a J competent lady wel: versed in general office routine j and accurate at figures. Shorthand and typing essential. Apply personally, phone or write NAGEL'S CREATIONS, LTD., 79-81, Lome Street, Auckland. Phone 49-717. x3O WANTED URGENTLY, OWING TO BUSINESS EXPANDING. CABINETMAKERS. POLISHERS. UPHOLSTERERS. WIRE MATTRESS WEAVERS. Must be competent. All applicants personally interviewed. Apply Secretary, DUNCAN'S. Furniture Manufacturers. P.O. Bex 143, Hastings. Phones 4203 and 2849. x3l 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. 30 SALES ENGINEER. We invite applications for SALES ENGINEER for the Machinery Department of our Greymouth Branch covering the whole of the West Coast, South Island. Successful applicant must have proved sales ability and thoroughly understand Diesel Engines, Mechanical Excavators. Pumping Systems, Electric Motors, Generators and allied lines. Good salary offered with bonus on results. Write, in first instance, to The Manager. JOHN BURNS & 'CO.. LTD.. GREYMOUTH. X3O A CONGENIAL AND CONSTRUCTIVE EMPLOYMNT FOR ALL GIRLS, Who. with an eye to their future home, wish to Learn Work under the most modern ot factory conditions. Modern workroom, centra* heating, Hot mid-day meals. Morning and Afternoon Teas. Forty-hour week. Liberal oonus system. Highest wages. Come and see for yourself. An essential Industry. Earn While You Learn. Factory Manager. J. STEELE, LTD., Corsetieres, 445. Karangahape Road. opp. Newton Post Office. Or Phone 43-829. 43-920. MF4 1 FOOTWEAR TRADE FOOTWEAR TRADE By rapidly expanding organisation producing i highest grade Footwear, the following Male and i Female Staff are required:— j CLICKERS—I BEDLASTER, 1. ROUGH ROUNDER. \ EENCH HAND, experienced or semi-trained. MACHINISTS, or anyone with power machine experience. BOOT REPAlßEß—Permanent position and overtime for qualified man. Well over award wages for competent man. Openings for Inexperienced Men willing to learn trade at award rates. Preference given to ex-servicemen. Also openings for Keen Boys and Girls, age 16 to 18. These are permanent positions for Men apd Women who are looking for post-war security and progressive employment. Ring for Appointment, Phone 49-204, Or Write P.O. BOX 826, AUCKLAND. l
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945
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