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SITUATION'S VACANT . ALTERATION HANDS—2 Dressmakers required at ! once for Showroom, Alteration Room, with experience of fit tins preferred, full time or part time as desired; also Junior for same Dept.— Staff Manager, George Court and Sons, Ltd.. Karangahape Rd. x 3 ' APPRENTICES, Machinists. Improvers. Presser wanted, women's frocks and coats.—Catherine Gowns. 12. ViLtorln St. Phone_4B-290. x 4 APPRENTICE "for "upholstery dept".. also Lad 10 i be trained In unit building dept.—Arthur E. Mudd. Ltd.. Karaka St., Newton. Phone 42-351. 2 ; ASSISTANTS required for City shop.—Apply in - writing Adams Bruce. Ltd.. 2. Collingwood St.. 1 Ponsonby. 2 ASSISTANTS for Milk" Bar. day shift, with or without experience.—Commodore Wedding Lounge. i 13, Customs St._W. x 4 AUCKLAND ELECTROPLATING CO.. LTD., 351. ! Queen St. (estab. 1889). require Metal Polisher: > also Boy learn trade; good conditions. 2 BINDERY GIRLS and Feeders: gocd wages and ! conditions.—Brookdale Press, Wallace Building. Emily Place. 4 BOILERMAKERS' ASSISTANT wanted for our i Structural Steel Department.—Apply D. Mount. . Ltd., Structural Engineers. Newmarket. x 4 : BOY for "woodwork; £3 week.—2, Ruru Street. • Eden Terrace. x 2 '■ BOY for messages, packing, cleaning, ete.—Apply • Ruby North. Ltd.. 140. Karangahape Rd. x 2 ' BOY. 15-17. wanted lor Wholesale Hardware Ware- > house.—P R. Colebrook, Ltd.. Anzac Ave. x 4 : BOY wanted; good opportunity to learn a trade. — ; Eden Motor Body Co.. 117. Albert St. 7 ' BOY wanted for messages; good wages; bicycle • provided.—Alpe Bros, and Co., Ltd.. Fort St. _ 3 I BOY" to Tenrn Boot Repairing Trade; good wages ■ ami prospects.—367a, Manukuu Rd.. Epsofti. 4 BOY, smart, wanu&d lor messages; good wages I and conditions.—Apply Mr. Hayes, Dispatch Dept., ; Arthur Yates & Co., Ltd., Lower Albeit _St. Xl 3 , BOY, smart, lor Electrical Warehouse: excellent i opportunity learn Electrical Trade.—Apply Electric ■ C£nsuiictkm_Co.,jFort_St. _ 2 i BOY or Youth for our Retail Department, congenial conditions, good wages and prospects. —Apply Mr. I Allen, Carlton Seed Co.. Ltd.. -63. Karangahape ■ Road. x 2 ' BOY' to be Apprentice to Printer Machinist in i progressive Printing Office; good prospects for - energetic lad. —Brookdale Press. Wallace Building. - Emily Place. 4 ; BOY OR YOUTH (16-18 years) for Factory Work: ' good wt.ges; healthy conditions: five-day week. " Frank Jackson. Ltd.. Parnell Rd. 2 BOYS wanted lot our Wire Working Department: good conditions; light work.—Apply D. Mount. Ltd.. . Engineer and Wlreworker?. NewmarkeL x 4 • BOYS for Main Office and to Learn Drapery Trade; excellent opportunity for Boys leaving : school.—Staff Manager. George Court and Sons ' Ltd.. Karangahape Rd. x 3 : BOYS" AND YOUTHS wanted" good wages pills '- production bonuses and plenty of overtime avail- • able: Light Factory Work and Box Nailing; good , conditions.—Apply Fruit Case Co., City Markets. ! x 2 CARPENTER, must "be good tradesman; good ' working coalitions. —Apply personally, Sanford. : Ltd., Jeilicoe St. 3 i CARPENTER—First-class Man used Cottage Work required as Foreman; good wages and bonus I offered.—Particulars to Foreman. 9020. Star. 4 ! CARPENTERS and Labourers wanted" urgently.— ■ Apply A. G. Grinter and Sons. Builders. 104. Carli ton Gore Rd. _ MH4 ! CARPENTERS (6). experienced tradesmen: award wages: permanent suburban work: good cenrii- { lions.—V, E. Kauchey and Co.. Phone of-02;. x 2 , CASHIER, wi;h experience, for Ranson Cash j Desk: also Girls to become Junior Cashiers: good training.—Staff Manager. George Court and Son c ; Ltd.. Karangahape Rd. x 3 CLEANERS (2). Women: 5-day week. £3 6 6 clear ■ Caretaker. N.Z. Insurance Bldg._ Ph. 44-675. 4 | CLERK, Female. 18 to 21. knowledge of beckkeeping", typing, and general office routine.— ; Killip and Jackson. Ltd., Nuffield St.. New--1 market. x 2 " CLERKS—GirI's. Senior and Junior. a:so Junior - Typistes with or without experience, required for our Modern Office: staff privileges, etc: no Satur- » day work. —Employment Manager. Farmers' Tradj ing Co. 3 j COMPOSITOR, live, energetic man to take charge of compering room: good prespects.—Brookdale Press. Wallace Bldg.. 'Emily Place. __ x 2 ' CONSOL "IASTER OPERATOR wanted for our : Modern Footwear Factory; good wages and con- ; ditions.—l. W. Moore and Son, Ltd.. Nuffield St. (Just off Broadway), Newmarket. 2 1 COOK wanted. Private Hospital City.—Ring 41-338. '• _ x 2 ■ COOK, 2nd. day work.—Apply Cavalier Dinine ! Rooms. Phone 41-407. x 3 - LOOK, good wages and conditions, sleep out, ior ; hotel in City.—Ring 42-119 _ x 2 '■ COOK GENERAL, sleep in or out. hours 6.30 a.m. : to 12.30 p.m.—Phone 42-477. 4 COOK, rirst. lemale. permanent: five-day week.— i Cottage Tearooms. Shortland St. 2 COOK. 2nd, lady: good wages paid.—Ring Phone 1 41-407, or apply Cavalier Dining Rooms. 3 : COOK, Second, for home cooking of entrees, cakes, etc.: also Kitchenmaids lor washing up and sandwich making. Waitresses, lull time and mid-day.— ? Blake's Inn. Vulcan Lane. 6 COUNTRY" SAWMILL — Head Yardman, house J available: also Logging Rail Tractor Driver and • 1 Mill Slobby, single accom.—Apply Morningside 1 Timber Co.. Ltd.. 14. Taylors Rd.. Morningside. 3 \ DAFFOIML - Miikßar and Dairy, Avondale—Assist- '. ant required: good conditions.—Apply P. Martin. i 1892. _GreaJ_North Rd. 3 ; DENTAL "MECHANIC wanted, good wages and ' working conditions, excellent opportunity for advancement.—P.O. Box 2184. 2 ' DENTAL NURSE. 16-2(5' years, of good appearance. experience ••hot Necessary: opportunity to learn . mechan'cal: suburban essential. —Phone 45-163. 2 '. D3HSSM4KEit to design arfd"manufacture Sr.:art • at home.—H. 8984. STAR. 2 • ELP.CTRIC WELDER and Gas Cutter wanted: good man.— Applv D. Mount. Ltd.. Structural Engineers. : New m arket. xi 2 EPSOM RESIDENTS—We require a number, of i Girls as Machinists and Finishers for 'he mami--2 facture of underwear, etc.. cither : xperienced cr in-iors. willing to be trained; excellent prospects • with good wages and conditions.—Apply Rajah Manufacturing Co.. Ltd., 121, Market Rd.. Epsom __x 4 CAPABLE WOMAN to assist on Tea and Coffee Counter: Junlcr Assistant for bakehouse; 5-day 1 week and all staff privileges. Restaurant Manager. MILNE AND GIIOYCE, LTD.. Queen Street. City. x 2 CARO ' S, G. 8.5., LIMITED, HAMILTON, have a Vacancy ill their Modern Show oom for an EXPERIENCED FIRST SALES ASSISTANT. Good wages and bonus. Applv in first instance to MANAGER. BOX 302. HAMILTON. :4 CABINETMAKER. experienced, for Modern Factory Fii si-class conditions. Good wage and bonus. Apply YENDELLS' (CABINETMAKERS), LTD.. Makers ol Good Furniture. Phone 1618. Hamilton. 2 CABINETMAKER'S MACHINIST for Modern Factorv with latest machinery. Experienced Man required, to be responsible for machines. For further Information apply YENDELLS' (CABINETMAKERS). LTD.. Phone 1618. Hamilton. 2 CLERK RECEPTIONIST For City Private Hotel. Bookkeeping, typing and general office routine. Live out position. Apply in writing, with copies of references, to E.G. 0743. STAR. J2 1 EXPERIENCED PERSON TO TAKE CHARGE OF FURNISHING WORKROOM WANTED URGENTLY. Experience in Loose Covers. Blinds. Curtains, etc. necessary. Apply l PEGDEN'S FURNITURE. LTD.. 1 Palmcrston North. 4 FEMALE CLEANER. t For Lunch Room and Girls Cloakrooms. FiveI day week. Hours 7.30 to 3.30. Apply R.-GREFR AND SON. LIMITED. 38-44. Douglas Street. Ponsonby. j Auckland._W.l. x 3 1 GIRL. JUNIOR. FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK. ' Just Leaving Secondary School preferred. Apply KIDD. GARRETT. LTD.. Little Queen Street, or Box aSB. x 2 GIRL, INTERMEDIATE OR JUNIOR, for Counter a.»'J Mail Orders. Experience unnecessary. 9 to ■ 5. Mondays to Fridays. Commence 50, weekly. P. E. CALAME AND CO., Jewellers' Supplies, 48, Security Building. _ 198. Queen Street. x 2 3 GOOD MONEY AND GOOD CONDITIONS. Boys and Girls can make good money while e permanently employed under pleasant conditions • Packing Tea for Bond and Eond, Ltd. Apply Mr. Johnson. Manager. Tea Dept. => BOND AND BOND. LTD.. t fi-8. Commerce Street. Auckland. x 2 - MACHINISTS, FINISHERS, TRESSERS, WANTED FOR OUR SHIRT AND CLOTHING FACTORY, i Constant employment in interesting light work and r good conditions. Five-day week. Liberal bonuses, j WOOLLEYS. LTD.. 10L_Federal surer. D 4 5 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS, IMPROVERS AND APPRENTICES lor Ladies' Costumes and Coats. Ideal working conditions, good wages and bonuses. i Apply Forewoman. WEST END COSTUME CO., LTD.. ~ No. 2 Factory. Brays Building, 5 239. Queen Street. Onehunga. D 4 ' PACKER. EXPERIENCED HANDLING FRAGILE ' GOODS, CROCKERY, POTTERY, GLASSWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Applicant must be efficient and capable. Five--2 day week, good wages. G. WALLACE AND CO., Box 1193, Auckland; 4 • PR E S T I G E MILLINERY, LTD. I YOUNG LADY FOR FACTORY OFFICE. Costing using Burroughs Adding Machine, Typing, and General Office Duties. Appl;- the Secretary, PRESTIGE MILLINERY. LTD.. 73. Lome St. 4 TYPISTE CLERK TYPISTE CLERK LADY CLERK , Required for Merchant's Office in City, to undertake tabulating of records. 1 Some typing experience necessary. Wages £3 10/. > State age. ' RECORDS. ' P.O. Box 798, Auckland. x 2 ' WAITRESSES AND PANTRYMAIDS. full-time; „ Assistants for clearing tables, midday; 5-day week: Rest Rooms. Cafeteria and all staff conu cessions.—Restaurant Manager. MILNE AND CHOYCE. LTD., 4 Queen Street, City. x 4

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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