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SITUATIONS VACANT ENGINEERING — Youth or Journeyman wanted; i wonderful opportunity lor advancement for i enthusiast.—Marine, 8741. Star. 3 ENGINEERING DRAUGHTSMAN, familiar with machine shop practice and estimating.—Apply Booth. Macdonald and Co.. Ltd.. Penrose. 4 FEMALE "" BOOKBINDER wanted urgently: one with experience preferred, but not. essential.— Alpe Bros, and Co. _Ltd.. Fort St. 3 FEMALE SPOTTER, urgently, experienced preferred.—Apply Onehunga Dry Cleaners. 258. Queen St.. Onehunga. D 4 FROCK MACHINISTS and Table Hands; wages well above the minimum. Also Apprentices and improvers.—J. Zam, 323, Queen St. 44-083. D GARDENER, experienced, approx. 1 week, then 1 dav per week: easy section.— Ring 16-349 or app 97. Orakei Rd. 5? GARDENER. 2 days weekly. Remuera district: permanent position; state wages required.—Write Gardener, 0757. _Star. 2 GIRL to serve in baker's shop.—Apply 335. STdringham Road. J? ' GIilL, intelligent. knowledge typing, invoice experience advantage, but not essential, excellent opportunity for quick, accurate girl, with desire for advancement.—Apply Seabrook. Fowlds, Ltd. Phone 32-201. x 3 GIRLS and Women lor Factory; light clean work, no previt-us experience necessary: good conditions. Apply McNiven Bros.. Ltd., Khyber Pass Rd. x 2 GIRLS, aged 15 to 16. must be neat at sewing: pleasant working conditions. —Charmaine. Cabaret Metropole Bldgs., Queen St. * GIRLS, smart, for Crayon Packing and Labelling; good wages and conditions.—New Century Products, first floor. City Chambers, corner Queen and Victoria Streets. x 3 GIRLS foF light, interesting work in our ribbon finishing dept.; good wages and conditions. —Apply Porter's Dve Works. Ltd.. 123. Market ltd.. Epsom. x 4 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. ; L>4 GIRLS to learn weaving, warping, etc., required by newly-established firm manufacturing ribbons, etc.: here is an'excellent opportunity to obtain an interesting, well paid position, with prospects of advancement.—Applv Narrow Fabrics, Ltd.. 14a. Ranftirly Rd.. Epsom. Phone 17-000. x 4 GROCERY, Man or Youth, references—Smith. Grocer, ParnelL_ x 2 GROCERY, "Youth, 16-17; good wages, learn • trade.—Town and Country Stores, 573. Dominion Rd. Phone 60-932. 2 HAIRDRESSER. Ladies', Senior or 2 to 3 years' experience.—Cedric _Beauty Salon. _42-395. x 2 ■ HAIRDRESSER, good'setter "essentia!: also Bright ■ Junior.—Elsie Hubber. 96. Karangahape Rd. D 4 HAIRDRESSER, "Lady, qualified (good country : town): Eugene knowledge essential; exceptional opportunity, with share in business.—Apply \ Secretary. Hairdressers and Tobacconists' Assol ciatiom Yorkshire House. Auckland. 2 HOFFMAN PRESSES required by New Zealand I Drv Cleaning Co.. Ltd.; permanent position and good wages for suitable man; must be thoroughly experienced.—Apply in person to Production . Manager. N.Z. Dry Cleaning Co.. 1, Howe St.. . Newton. . ,_._^ x2 HOUSEMAID wanted.—Apply Hotel Auckland. D 4 ; HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, easy place; live out.— Albion Hotel. 3 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS experienced, good wages and conditions, bed and breakfast only.—Phone 41-624. X 3 INTERMEDIATE or Junior Typiste lor 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 JEWELLER, any department. Ringmaker, Mounter or Jobber: highest wages good man.— ; Rapley, _Palmersloii Building. Phone 41-773. 2 JUNIOR "wanted, just left school preferred; good prospects, wages above award. —Open Shoe Warehouse, 201, Symonds St. 4 JUNIOR CASHIER. "Male (17-18), for Old Estbd. Company; permanent position with excellent prospects for a Youth with good education: one studying Accountancy preferred: above award wages to start; copies only references required.— ; Write B.G. 0789. STAR. 4 KITCHEN HAND, temporary. —Apply Station Hotel. ? KITCHEN HAND wanted.—Apply Star Hotel. Albert St. 2L 3 KITCHENHAND. also Girl for Dishes.—Apply Cafe. Symonris Street. Phone 42-503. x 3 KITCHENHAND.—AppIy Albert Hotel. x 3 • NURSE, relieving night, It p.m. to 7 a.m. Wed.. '■ Thins.. Fri. nights weekly.—Phone 60-697. JtZ KITCHEN - iFAND wanted, general and relieving duties: woman who fills this position can earn best wages in town.—Savoy Restaurant. 240, Queen Street. Ci!y. * 2 LADY, young, assist in home cookery; shop cxi peiience.—"Rosalie," Avondale. 2 LiDV voting Show Card Writer, wanted for > spare time work.—Box 2166, Auckland. x 2 LADY to Clean Offices "weekly, Penrose district: good wages: thorough.—Write B.G. 0790. Star. ■ LADY, voung. for stock records and invoicing.— - Applv In writing to Manager, P.O. Box 1601. i Auckland. C.l. _____ Jj . MACHINIST for quality Suits and Coats, small i factory starting shortly.—Write_W._B92s, Star.,2 ' MALE CLERK, Junior." 17 -18 years.—J. J. Craig. ' Ltd.. 100, Queen St. S ' MAN, with Van or Ccr, for rabbit and opossum trapping: sober man. used rough conditions only.— : W. 8870. Star. *3 MAN, thoroughly experienced in stone Excavation and Blasting; good wages and conditions.—Apply Eric C. Marmont. Contractor. Phone 64-175 or . 25-945. ?L 3 ! MAN, good personality, smart appearance and ■ address, as Doorman. Ticket Taker: part-time position, evenings only.—Apply any evening, Manager. Berkeley Theatre. Mission Bay. _3 I MILLINERY—Senior Salesgirl, fully experienced: . good wages.—T. __563, Star. _? MILK BAR DISPENSER, day staff; permanent position, good conditions, good pay and bonus.— Apply Duffy's Milk Bars. Ltd.. Ist Floor. City Chambers, Queen S_._9 -10 2- 3 p.m. Y4 MOTOR MECHANICS—Must have thorough knowledge of all Mctor Work.—Apply to Manager. Shorter'!! Rental Cars. Ltd___Shortland St. 4 NIGHT PORTER, experienced. — Apply Grand Hotel. 4 NIGHT WAITRESSES (2); must live in City.— Apply Cavalier Dinir.g Rooms. Phone 41-407. x 3 NURSEi competent housekeeper, sole charge; no cooking- honest, teetotaller, well educated; good iva.e comfortable home.—Apply 91. Khyber Pass. X 4 SHORTHAND T Y P I STL THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO.. LTD., has a vacancy for a Competent Sho-thand Typiste. Senior or Intermediate. Duties to include stationery records. Apply with couifs of references to THE MANAGER. BOX 37. AUCKLAND. 3 £3~rER~\VEEK CLEAR SMART YOUNG WOMEN. Pleasant work. 8.30 -6. All holidays free. No night work. Five-day week. Manager. ARCADE TEA ROOMS. Transport Teminal. 2 ALTERATION HAND. WOMAN REQUIRED For Alterations and Repairs in our Dry Cleaning Department. Good wages a-d bonus, and a permanent position to a capable person. Apply personally, write or ring, NAGELS CREATIONS. 79-81. Lome Street. Auckland. Phone 49-717. x * CITY MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURER, ESSENTIAL. Requires the services of a SENIOR GIRL to take charge of Office One capable o: doing Shorthand and Typing and with general knowledge ol office routine. Write B.G. 0802. STAR. X 4 ENGINEERING MERCHANTS OFFICE Requires the services of a MECHANICALLYMINDED YOUTH. 16-18 years of age. for general work in connection with Engineering Sales: salary will be in accordance with ability. Apply in writing to Engineer, P.O. BOX 1633. AUCKLAND. x 3 FEMALE CLERK FEMALE CLERK Preferably with knowledge of Typing, for stock Records and General Office Work in connecticn '■ wi'h Merchant Engineering. A Girl with some experience in handling customers and telephone r work preferred. ' Apply In writing to Stocks. P.O. BOX 1633. AUCKLAND. x 3 ! GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED WE REQUIRE SEVERAL GIRLS FOR OUR BOOKBINDING DEPARTMENT. ' Previous experience not necessary, but. would be considered an asset. The work is light and clean: congenial conditions: wages good. ! The Manager, BOOKBINDING DEPT.. AUCKLAND STAR. D 4 GROCERY NORTH S H O R E. YOUTH (16-18) FOR GENERAL SHOP WORK AND DRIVING LIGHT DELIVERY VAN. Experience in trade not necessary if applicant willing to learn. Wages £3- £4. according to age and expeiience. if any. ADAMS' STORE, Belmont 2 INSURANCE — INSURANCE. An Old-established Company transacting all classes of Insurance Business has vacancies for a SHORTHAND-TYPISTE and a JUNIOR CLERK. Previous Insurance experience not necessary. Excellent prospects and working conditions. Good vages. Five-day »eek. Apply, stating age ano sex. to B.G. 0792. STAR. 4 SHOWROOM SALESWOMAN AND BUYER capable of taking full charge of our Mantle and Ladies' 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 SHORTHAND TYPISTE, SENIOR OR INTERMEDIATE, For Leading Commercial Office. ] '. Duties will include correspondence and Interest- . ing clerical work. Permanent posi'ion, with good conditions for smart, capable young lady. I Apply between 10.30 a.m. and 5 p.m. 4 I PHONE,, 44-970. 2

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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