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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945
SILK AND WOOL VESTS Opera Top. S.W.. W 5/H Princess Top. Peach and Cream. S.W.. \V.. and o.s 6,6 Pliorl Sleeves. W. and O.S 7/11 STOCKINGS. Art Size iO only.. 3/11 WHITE WOOL— Blinty. loz. skein, 3-ply 1/7 Pnton & Bnldwln's. ioz. skein, 2-ply anil :i-i>ly 1/10 kAEI VCDk''C 155-159 Karangahape Road mCLVCRPN 3 AUCKLAND
SITUATIONS VACANT PANELBEATERS, good repair hands. Ss(yl wages and conditions.—Apply W. Momeith and Son, 31 Cook St.. Auckland. Phone 45-938. 1 rAXELBEATING—Apprentice required, good s'rong. Intelligent Boy; good conditions nnd prospect*.— Apply Secretary. Schofleld and Co., Ltd., Newmnrket. 3 PAXTRYMAID.—AppIy Mintons Cafeteria. Queen's Arcade. xl PKKSON. c.'PEblc. able to cook, for 8-bed private hospital: good wages.—Apply Hospital. Box 40. Matninata. :4 PORTER, sober and reliable.—Apply Commercial Hotel. xl PROBATIONER XUKSE wanted for Rest Home: good wages.—Phone 61-893. x 3 RELIEVING MAID and Housemaid: live out.— Apply New Criterion Hotel. Albert St. x 2 SENIOR GIRL for our Stores Branch: able to take out trial balance, shorthand and typing; £4 1 3 per week: essential industry.—The Kaipara Cooperative Dairy Factory Co., Ltd.. P.O. Box 20, Heiensvllle. :1 SECOND COOK. Female, good hours, plain «ooking.—Apply Catering Dept., Tasman Airways. Mechanics' Bay. x 9 SIIEETMETAL WORKER, flrst-class, wanted: used to all kinds of Sheetmetal Wok. including welding: good position and wages, with excellent prospects in new industry in Auckland.—Reply Confidential. 0753. Star. x 2 SHIFT FITTERS (2) wanted: rotary.shift*": average wage £9 5 for 42 hours per week: work maintainnnce. —Apply, giving experience, age. etc., to N.Z. Soluble Slags. Ltd.. P.O. Box 37, Huntlv. intermediate, lequired: Manufacturing Chemist: gcod wages and conditions.—Apply P.O. Box_ls6l._Auckland. xl SIIORTHAND-TYpisT. Junior, for essential manufacturing concern: excellent prospects: good wages; no Saturday work.—Apply to Merchant. Box 51. Newmarket. _ x 3 SHOP ASSISTANT, smert. required for branch shop: also part-time worker: good hours and EOOd wages.—Homestead Bakeries, Ltd.. 173. Symongs St. 1 SMART GIRL for shoe shop.—Michie and Son. SMART "" WOMAN - ;" for - clenriinß," mornings - "only.— Apply any evenings. Manager. Berkeley Theatre. Mission Bay. *3 SMART YOUTH wanted for spare parts dept. and dispatch; must hold driver's license.—Apply Cavanagh and Co.. Ltd., Motor Springs Specialists. Symonds St. x 3 STRONG BOY as Apprentice to - Car Painting Trade: good conditions and prospects.—Apply Secretary. Schofleld and Co., Ltd.. Newmarket. 3 TAILORESS Tor - Alterations r.nd Repairs; lady able take charge small dept.; excellent remuneration and permanent position to capable applicant. Nagels Creations, Ltd.. 70, Lome St.. Auckland. Phone 49-717. xl TIMBER MILL MACHINIST, capable: good prospects.—Bassett and Co.. Ltd.. Wanganui. x 3 TIP-TOP MILK BAR, Devonport.—Lady Assistant wanted, free from manpower obligations: excellent wages and conditions. Part-lime if desired. x 3 Junior, Solicitor's Office.—Johnston, Coates, Fee, Solicitors. x 2 TYPISTE required for old-established Manufacturing Company; shorthand not necessary: good workii-.g conditions with excellent prospects: si'lary according to qualifications. No Saturday work. — Apply in writing to H. C. Robinson, Sons, and Strickett. P.O. Box 1316. Auckland. xl WAITRESS, experienced.—Apply De Luxe Grill Room. 57. Queen St. ; 1 WAITRESS, temporary.—Apply Commercial Hotel. WAITRESS for Restaurant] Sundays free.—l 7. Queen St. xl WAITRESS, experienced, relieving or permanent position; live in.—Hotel Stonehurst. rt WAITRESS, experienced, uniform provided; also Staff Waitress and Pantrymaid; sleep in or out. — Hotel Auckland. 1 WAITRESS, experienced, uniform provided: also Staff Waitress and Pantrymaid: sleep in or out.— Apply Hotel Auckland. _ _ 31 WAITRESS, hours 10-6, in highest tariffed establishment having high-class clientele and waitresses: also Night Waitress, living handy town; excellent wages; see our. premises.—Chungking Cafe De Luxe. 45-606. x 3 WAITRESSES (2) wanted, .dining room.—2ooa. Symonds Street u pstairs )_. x 3 WAITRESSES for Dry and Night; good wages and conditions. —Apply personally. Green Parrot Cafe, Darby St. x 3 WE have a Vacancv for a Smart Junior (15-17 years) for General Shop Duties.—Apply Miss S. ShiefT. Frock Specialist. 167. Karangahape Rd. x 2 WOMAN for Cleaning, mornings only; also Woman help night work, week-ends.—Belles Grill Rooms, 75. Symonds Street. 3' WOMEN for Part-time Work wanted urgently; good wages and best conditions.—Hermes Gloves, Ltd., Professional Chambers, 9. High Street. x 2 WOMAN, 4 or 5 hours per day, for duties in connection with Lunch Room. —Apply personally to Cafeteria 'Manager, Amalgamated Brick and Pipe. Co., Ltd., Porcelain factory, New Lynn. ._xl WOMAN - for"part-time employment; work is quite light and not difficult: no experience necessary; cafeteria on premises; hours arranged to suit each individual applicant.—Colonial Ammunition Co., NorniQnby Rd.. Eden. xl
YOUNG LADY, Intermediate or Senior, for general Office : Work.—Apply in writing .to Lynn Laces, 6-14, Portage Rd., New Lynn.V..- v/yjy ..ty* x 3- , YOUNG LADY, as Junior Showroom Assftta,nt| : '-v interesting . work.—Apply-Singer Sewing Machine' Company (Ing. In U.S.A.). 17. Cook Street. 2 YOUNG GIRL or Lady, "refined, for city tearooms; hours 10 a.m. to 2.30; good wage.—Apply iromcdiately. 38, Victoria St., City. ' 2 YOUNG LADIES, with or without experience— We have vacancies in the following Departments: Millinery Men's Hats, Clothing. Good wages ar.d liberal bonuses: ideal working conditions.—Apply m:k. Manufacturers. 21. Great South Road. Newmarkef. Phone 24-630. Xβ YOUTH. 18 to 19. able tn drive, assist grocery s>ore: good conditions.—Phone 26-532. x 3 YOUTH, for Butcher's Shop: no delivery.—Hydra Butchery, 332, Karangahape Rd., next Vogue Theatre. x? YOUTH, mechanically inclined, to '.earn Grain Grinding and Machining; good prospects and conditions.—Primary Producers' Supplies, Ltd., 59, Customs St. West L Auckland._ 1 SENIOR~or _ intermediate .Girl to fill an interesting position on the Office Staff of a leading Cnsh Order Company: modern, well-equipped offices with best conditions, 5-day week: the position offers a good salary and excellent prospects of advancewould' be an advantage, but is" not essential. — Reply in first instance by letter, and in strict confidence, to B.G. 0762 ; _Star. si WAREHOUSE JUNIOR—A vacancy cecurs in a progressive Company handling medical and dental supplies: the position offers excellent prospects for early advancement to any suitable applicant; recondary education essential. Telephone 31-021, for appointment for a personal interview.—Oral Supplies. Ltd., 12. Albert St. 1 RELIABLE PERSON To Care for Office and Factory, to make and serve morning and afternoon tea, and .to assist In pressing when not otherwise employed. Good conditions: 9-4 p.m Jf necessary. Apply Forewoman. Children's Wear department, OVANIX. LTD., 125. Albert Street, Auckland. 3 SHOWROOM SALESWOMAN AND BUYER capable of taking full charge of our Mantle and Lartles' Underwear Departments. Consideration will be given applications from Senior Sales who wish to improve . their position. Wages well above award rate. Apply, with full particulars, R. W. MAGILL AND CO.. Drapers, Te Aroha. :4 WOOD TURNER ' WOOD TURNER. MAN ABLE TO HANDLE ALL LINES. £8 will be paid to Experienced Man. Or a Youth with 2 or 3 years' experience at the trade might suit. PHONE 26-175, Mr. Harve'y, NEW CENTURY FURNITURE, Cnr. Franklin Rd. and Wellington. St. si GIRLS C IBIS GIRLS WANTED URGENTLY FOR PORCELAIN ENAMELLING DEPARTMENT. Full or part-time workers. Nc 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 AND SONS, St. George's Bay Road, Parnell. D 4 JUNIOR MALE CLERK. Old-established Merchants reciuire a Boy to commence in the Office for general clerical duties la a permanent capacity. Good prospects and a steady, progressive position is offered to the right applicant, and a thorough training In all branches of clerical and accountancy work will be ditiors in a N.Z.-wide Company. No previous experience is required. Apply with copy references to ACCOUNTANT, P.O. Box 859, Auckland. 1 MANGO NCI HOSPITAL BOARD. Applications, addressed to the undersigned, will be received up til; noon on WEDNESDAY, August 15. 1945. for the following position at the Mangonui Hospital, Kaitaia (occupied beds p.d. 38)— MATRON — Salary £350 per annum. Applicants to -state age, qualifications and experience and forward two recent testimonials. Duties to commence as soon as possible. VS. H. ATKINS. Secretary. Box 81, Kaitaia. :4 YOUTHS FOR PLASTIC FACTORY. We have several vacancies for Youths. 15-18 years, in our Plastic Department. £3 for 40-hour week. Production bonus Is also paid, and youths with average intelligence and ktenness can earn up to £3 15/: overtime it also available if desired. This is an excellent opportunity for boys to earn high wages. Apply Warehouse Foreman, N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY., LTD., Penrose. 4 SITUATIONS VACANT CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945
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