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SITUATIONS. VACANT ALTERATION HANDS—2 Dressmakers required at once for Showroom. Alteration Room. with experience of fitting preferred, full time or part time as desired; also Junior for same Dept.— Staff Manager, George Court and Sons, Ltd. Karangahape Rd. x 3 wanted, women's frocks and costs.—Catherine Oovyns. 12. Victoria St. Phone 48-290. _ x 4 ASSISTANTS for Mill! Bar." day shift, with or without experience.—Commodore Wedding Lounge. 13, Customs St. W. x 4 •BINDERY GIRLS and Feeders; gocd wages and conditions.—Brookdale Press, Wallace Building. Fmily Place. 4 BOILERMAKER, good, used to welding: also Fitters and Turners'. permaiipnt joos to suitable tncn. — Parker Engineering Co., Madden Street. WFS4 BOILERMAKERS' ASSISTANT wanted for our Structural Steel Department.—Apply D. Mount, Ltd.. Structural Engineers. Newmarket. x 4 BOY for light brass finishing work; £2 week r's-rt.—S. Wrigley. Ltd.. Phone 43-491. 4 BOY. 15-17. wanted lor Wholesale Hardware Warehouse.—P R. Colebrook, Ltd.. Anzac Aye. 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.. 3 BOY wanted for Model Aeroplane" Factory.—Apply Modelair, Ltd.. 322. Broadway. Newmarket. 4 BOY to learn Boct Repairing Trade; good wages and prospects.—367a, Manukau Rd., Ei:som I ___4 BOyT as Apprentice to Upholstery Trade, in modern factory, good working conditions.—Buoyant Chair Co.. Ltd., 79. Vermont St.. Ponsonby. x 6 BOY. smart", wanied lor messages: good wages and conditions.—Apply Mr. Hayes, Dispatch Dept.. Arthur Yates & Co., Ltd.. Lower Albert St. x! 3 BOV to be Apprentice to Printer Machinist in progressive Printing Office: good prospects for Emily Place.' ' 4 HOY lor messages and to learn useful trade; plenty of scope for advancement: wages £2 tor 40-hour week.—Apply Morrison and Morrison, Ltd., 40. Kingston _ St.. _City. X 4 BOYS wanted foi our Wire Working Dspartment; good conditions: light work.—Apply D. Mount, Ltd.. Engineer and Wireworkcrs. Newmarket. 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 CABINETMAKERS, "Wood Machinists; also Exservicemen willing to lenrn furniture and radio cabinet work.— Mojern Furniture Co., 468, New North Rd., Kingsland. x 4 CARPE.VI ER, must be good tradesman; good working cotillions.—Apply personally. Sanford. Ltd.. Jellicoe St. 3 CARPENTER—First-class Man used Cottage Work required as Foreman: good wages and bonus offered.—Particulars to Foreman. 9020.. STAB. 4 CARPENTERS, 4/ per "hour; must be good cottage hands, good conditions.—Esmond Road Job, Takapuna (Saturday morning). x 3 CARPENTERS and Labourers required, first-class men for suburban and city work; 44 hours. 5-day week —N. Cole, Ltd.. Phone D. McLaren. 24-990 (after 7 p.m.) or 31-764. 4 CASHIER, with "experience, for Lamson . Cash Desk: also Girls to become Junior Cashiers: good training.—Staff Manager, George Court and Sons. Ltd.. Karangahape Rd. x 3 CLEANERS (2), Women: 5-day week, £3 6/6 clear. Caretaker. N.Z. Insurance BldB J __Plu_44-675. 4 CLERKS—GirIs. Senior and Junior. o:so Junior Typistes with or without experience, required for our Modern Office: staff privileges, etc: Saturdav work. — Employment Manager. Farmers' Trading Co. ? COOK, good wages and conditions; sleep out.— Phone_42-U9. x 3 COOK, 2nd, day work.—Apply Cavalier Dininir Rooms. Phone 41-407. ' x 3 COOK GENERAL, sleep in or out. hours 6.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.—Phone 42-477. 4 COOK, 2nd, lady; good wages paid.—Ring Phone 41-407, or apply Cavalier Dinjngßoorns. 3 COOK, Second, for home cooking of entrees, cakes. etc ■ also Kitchenmnids lor washing up and sandwich making. Waitresses, full time and mid-day.— Blrke's Inn Vulcan Lane __« COUNTRY SAWMILL — Head Yardman, house 1 Mill Slabby. single accom.—Apply Morningside Timber Co.. Ltd.. 14. Taylors Rd.. Mornlrgslrle. 3 DAFFODIL Milk Bar _ ancT"biiry. Avondsle—Aisistint renuired: good conditions.—Apply P. Mardn. 1892. Great North Rα. 3 ELECTRIC WELDER and Gas Cutter wanted: good man.—Apply D. Mount. Ltd.. Structural Engineers. Newmarket. - if FI'SOM RESIDENTS—We require a number of Girls ns Machinists and Finishers i"or 'he manufacture of underwear, etc.. cither sxpe-ienced cr Jii-iors. willing to be trained; excellent prospers with good wai*es and conditions.—Apply Rajah Manufacturing Co.. Ltd., 121. Market Rd.. Epsom_ BOY OR YOUTH. KEEN AND INDUSTRIOUS. FOR RADIO FACTORY At' Present on Defence Work. Splendid post-war opportunities for right type. WESTONHOUSE RADIOS. LTD.. 18. Rutland Street. x 3 FXPFRIFNCEO PERSON TO TAKE CHARGE OF FURNISHINC. WORKROOM WANTED URGENTLY. Experience in Loose Covers, Blinds. Curtains. •to ■ LTD.. j_ Palmeiston North. 4 F E M A L E CLEANER. For Lunch Room and Girls Cloakrooms. Fiveday week. Hour- 7.30 to 3.30. Apply R. GREER AND SON, LIMITED. 38-44 Douglas Street Ponsonby. Auckland. W.I. x 3 MACHINISTS WANTED. We offer up to £4 10/ per 40-hour week, plus (optional) overtime, morning and afternoon tea, hot showers. Previous experience unnecessary. Apply McKENDRICK BROS.. '-.TD., 19. Wellington Street. * MACHINISTS FINISHERS, FRESSERS. ™* C WANTED FOR OUR SHIRT AND CLOTHING FACTORY. constant employment in interesting light werk and & " conditiSns w Fi;,c L d E a> s « Ei! K. D Liberal bonuses. Federal Street p 4 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS. IMPROVERS AND APPRFNTICES 10. Ladies' Costumes ana i/Oats. Ideal working conditions, good wages and bonuses. Anoiv Forewoman. WEST END COSTUME CO.. LTD.. No. 2 Factory. Brays Building. 239. Queen Street. Onehunga. D 4 OFFICE GIRL REQUIRED For Shorthand. Typing and Filing. Good conditions. Five-day week. Annlv FRANK M. WINSTONE (Merchants), i/TD., Customs Street East. Auckland.- x 3 PACKER "EXPERIENCED HANDLING FRAGILE Applicant must be efficient and capable. Fiveday week, cq Box 1193, Auckland. 4 PRESTIGE MILLINERY, LTD. P YOUNG LADY FOR FACTORY OFFICE, murine using Burniuslis Adding Machine. Typing, oos b. and General Office Duties. Apply the Secretary. PRESTIGE MILLINERY. LTD.. St. 4 ' SHORTHAND T Y P I S T E. I THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE i ifIS^&fSF^S ! ""'the tO BOX_37^AUCKLAND.__3 i T abS ,A, m7d■da^ ll l-da e y week Rest Rooms. Cafeteria and all staff con- ; cessions.—Restaurant Manager. MILNE AND CHOYCE, LTD.. r Queen Street. City x 4 5 WOMAN, capable, to assist on Tea and Coffee Counter. Also Jj.nior Assistant for bakehouse: ! excellent conditions. 5-day week and all staff ! privileges.—Restaurant Manager. ! MILNE AND CHOYCE. LTD.. Queen Street. City. x 4 ■ AN AUCKLAND MERCHANT REQUIRES A i 'town- and country traveller for ; BOOT. SHOE AND ALLIED TRADES. ) An excellent opportunity for an energetic man . with a progressive fl m. Remuneration com- : mensurate with ability. ■ Apply in first instance, enclosing copies only of references, to i TRAVELLER. 0820, STAR. 4 i CHESDALE CHEESE KACTORI , Has Vacancies ioi TWO BOYS (16-18 years ol age) FOR "UGHI i SHIFT WORK. • The work consists of packing Chesdale Cheese loi ! overseas, and is a well-paid Job, which will not 5 conclude with the end ol the night shift, when ' bovs will nave the option ot going on to day work ' Waees well above award Forty-hour xeek. Hours: 5 p.m. to 1.30 a.m. Monday to Friday. I inclusive, j ApplJ after 4.30 p.m to 3 NEW ZEALAND CHEESE, LTD., Corner Newton Koad and St. Benedict's Street. 3 MATRON FOR BOYS' HOME. ! Annlications (on P.S.C. Form 17a. obtainable at r t-tt--3 rrmmi«sioner Wellington. for position of MATRON at'DUNEDIN BOYS' HOME, Education SE n Ul a e rpl £ uIT I f 2 c 5 0 .r a b onr Nursing : work charge ol staff and generally the care • (including health) and training of inmates, and 3 arrangements fo- institution. Further details may. if desfred K obtameci from District Child Welfare 7 Officer. Dunedin. .successful applicants to bear any 1 expense incurred In taking up appointment. 3 i SALES MANAGER AND BUY EK. Applications for the position of SALES - MANAGER are invited from persons of good ?.gSSS"S B J2M p.'nd of holding the confidence of customers. 3 a sound knowledge and experience of nuying i and selling in the Wholesale Grocery Business and a working knowledge of price controls, ration- ' in?, etc.. under Government regulations are also Salary fully commensurate with responsibility. 0 Applications should be made in writing, v..,,n t copies only of testimonials, to 1 Th» Manager, h T H OREiN & COMPANY. LTD., fier.er.il Merchants. P.O. BOX CHRISTCHUP.CH. x 4 •■I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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