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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945
SITUATION'S VACANT GROCERY TRADE—Assistant, experienced counter work; Grafton; cash store.—39. Park Rd. x3l_ HAIRDRESSER. Ladies'. Senior or 2 to 3 years' experience.—Cedric Beauty Salon._ 42-395. x 2 HAIRDRESSER, good setter essential, also Bright Junior—Elsie Hub'pi. 96. karangahape Rd. D 4 HAIRDRESSER. Senior, good setter, machineless waving. • capable 'of taking charge; suburban sal-jn.—Write B.G. 0735. Star. 31 lU.I.&H.UAIIJ waiticq.— Apply Hotel Auuteiuna. -1)4 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy People's Palace. Queen St. 1 HOUSEMAID, experienced: also Pantrymaid.—Apply Grand Hotel. 31 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS, experienced; r?ood wages and conditions. —Phone 41-624. x3J INVOICE TYPISTE. experienced, senior or intermediate: pleasant working conditions. —Apply Cadbury. Fry, Hudson. Ltd., 151, Beach Rd., Auckland. 31 INSTRUMENT PLAYERS "wanted" urgently, new production.—T. 8616, Star. x3l INTERMEDIATE "or Junior" Typiste for warehouse office, shorthand preferred, but not essential; no Saturday morning work; essential Industry.—Phone 49-159 for appointment, or apply personally, after 11 a.m.. to Woolleys. Ltd.. 15. Elliott Street. x 4 INTERMEDIATE GIRL—We require for our Service Office an Intermediate Typiste with a knowledge of invoicing and certifying inward invoices.—Apply in first instance, enclosing copies of testimonials, to Seabrook, Fowlds, Ltd., Co Box 265. Auckland C.l. xl JUNIOR and Milliner wanted, good wages.—Apply or Phone 17-559. The Model JHats. Newmarket. x3l JUNIORS are required to learn high-class Dressmaking: this Is an excellent opportunity for Young Girls to learn an interesting and usclul trade under the guidance of our capable supervisor. Bradley and Co.. Hannah's Bldg., 102,* Albert St. 31 KITCHEN HAND required. 5-day week: good conditions.—White Heather Tea Rooms, corner Fort and_ Commerce Sts. x3l LABOURER wanted; top wages'— Phone 60-174. . X3l LADY, young, assist in home cookery; shop experience.—"Rosalie." Avondale. 2 LEDGERKLEPER, male or female, required lor merchant's office, 5-day week. —Apply P.O. Box 1155. Auckland. ~ xl MACHINISTS wanted—l experienced. £4 10/ to start, 1 Beginner, £2 to start.—Harold Tetley. Leather Goods Manufacturer, 1, Anzac Ave. Phope 42-749. 31 MACHINE MOULDERS, or Men Willing to Learn— This is a great opportunity to learn a useful trao'e 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 wanted for our Sack Manufacturing Departments, good wages and conditions.—Apply McKendrick Bros.. Ltd.. Broadway. Newmarket. Z MAN, capable, for compressor, used to explosives; country.—Phone. 20-391. xl MAN or Youth for store and dispatch work; good wages and prospects; permanent position.—N.Z. Steel Pipe and_Tank Co.. Ltd., Penrose. 31 MANAGER wanted for" Sheep" Farm. Te Kuiti district; good house and outbuildings, 500 acres 'not near school); well fenced and easy to handle; telephone.—For further particulars apply P.O. Box 1831. Phone 41-709 or 44-406. x3l MECHANIC for maintenance, sewing machines; good wages, permanent position.—Apply McKendrick Bros.. Ltd., Wellington St. 1 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 Knitting Mills. Ltd., 14a. Ranfurly Rd., Epsom. x 4 MESSENGER BOY, after school and Saturday mornings.—Apply Open Shoe Warehouse, Symonds St\ x3l MID-DAY WAITRESS.—AppIy Scott's, Broadway. Newmarket. 1 MILLINERY'—Senior Salesgirl, fully • experienced: good wages.—T. 8568, Star. . 2 MILLINER, senior, fully experienced, lull pr part time, good wages.—Write B.G. 0728, Star. xl urgently; light ""work, highest wages, good conditions.—l 7, Civic Theatre Bldg., Wellesley StT W. '_ 31 NIGHT PORTER.—AppIy Waverley Hotel. 31 NURSE, "relieving night. 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Wed., Thurs.. Fri. nights weekly.—Phone CO-697. x 2 PANTRYMAID.—AppIy Grand Hotel. 31 PANELBEATERS, good repair hands, g}od wages and conditions.—Apply W. Montelth and Son, 31 Cook St., Auckland. Phone 45-938. 1 PAINTER, spraying or brush hand, for inside work.—Apply MacEwans Machinery, Ltd., Great South Road, Penrose. ' x3l PLASTERErT tradesman, wanted to do small job, Saturday or evenings.—Phone 40-864. 31 sober, and reliable.—Apply Commerc'-' Hotel. Xl MACHINISTS 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, Lingerie and Children's Dept.. OVANIX, LTD., 125, Albert Street. Auckland. 2 OFFICE JUNIOR OR INTERMEDIATE. KING'S COLLEGE, OTAHUHU. Has a vacancy lor an Ambitious Young Person with initiative and personality. Previous experience In typing and office routine is essential. Good opportunity for advancement is assured. Applications, In own handwriting, together with copies ol references, to be forwarded to the Bursar. King's College. Otahuhu. 31 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 in writing, with copies o: testimonials, to The Manager, HAWKE'S BAY FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSN.. LTD.. Dannevirke. x3l SHORTHAND-TYPISTE. Old-established Wholesale Produce Merchants have a vacancy for a Shorthand-Typiste. Duties include some clerical work and compilation cf Sales Record. Congenial working conditions; hnndy to all transport facilities. COMMENCING SALARY. £4 10/ PER WEEK. Apply BOX 232, or PHONE 32-710 for Interview. :4 GIRLS 15-1S YEARS GIRLS WE OFFER TO CAPABLE AND CONSCIENTIOUS JUNIORS AN EXCELLENT FUTURE IN OUR UNDERWEAR FACTORY. Contentment, highest remuneration end a position that, with a fair trial, you will not readily leave. Light and artistic work. Centrally situated. Essential industry. Apply
STIRLING HENRY (N.Z.), LTD., 406, Queen Street, Auckland. B4 ARMATURE WINDER Required by WELL-KNOWN MANUFACTURER. Applicant must have thorough knowledge of and practical experience in the repair -anti rewinding of fractional and larger horsepower motors and electrical appliances. Knowledge of design and ability to control department .is necessary. Ideal working conditions in modern factory. Permanent position with excellent remuneration and scope for*' advancement. Apply, giving full particulars of experience, to B.G. 0741, Star. x3l N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY., 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 MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY.. LTD., Great South Road, Penrose. 4 OFFICE ASSISTANTS. We require the following in our Warehouse Office: INTERMEDIATE SHORTHAND TYPISTE. " OFFICE JUNIOR. Good salaries and good working conditions. Both positions offer advancement to bright, intelligent girls. Five-day week. Apply personally" or phone 40-962 for appointment. MORRIS BLACK & MATHESON, LTD., 9, Gore Street, Oily. x3l DISPATCH FOREMAN. COMPETENT MAN TO FILL POSITION OF DISPATCH FOREMAN. Required for an Auckland Fertiliser Work. Age between 35 and 40. This position offers scope to a Returned Soldier of Commissioned or Non-commissioned Rank who has been used to handling -men. Applicant should possess good personality, oe of pleasant disposition, but at the same time be capable of securing complete control. He should have some knowledge of dispatch and railway transport work. Good salary. Apply in first instance, with copies of testimonials, and particulars regarding past experience, to— DISPATCH, 0746, STAR. x3l FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET FOR YOUNG GIRLS. Read what one of New Zealand's most up-to-date factories offers you. Look at the photos of the sunny Manufacturing Floor; the rpacious Cafeteria, where morning and afternoon tea and lunch are served; the Hospital, where nursing and medical attention are free. Our production methods assure handsome bonuses. Write or Phone for your Free Booklet, or call and see the Personnel Officer. Apprentices, Improvers and Journeywoman are required Immediately for machining, finishing and pressing at > CHILDSWEAR, LTD., Childswear Building, 103-176, Albert 8f», C.l. Phones 49-536, 40-303. 6
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945
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