MITUATIO.NS VAtflM KITCHENHAND. niso Girl for Dishes.— Apply KIi'CHENMAN, leaner.—Apply Royal Hotel. x 6 KITCIIENMAIdT good hours.'"no Saturday.—Till Tea _ Rooms. His_Ma jesty's Arcade. 3 KODAK (X.Z.). LTD.," require Experienced or Inexperienced Girls end Boys lor Photographic corner Kitchener Street and 6 LADIES, growing "hothouse tomatoes: experience not necessary.—lß6. Rosebonk Rd., Avondale. 6 LADY - to Clean Offices weekly, Penrose district: good wages: thorough.—Write B.G. 0790. Star. LADY, young, for stock records and -Invoicing.--Apply in writing to Manager. P.O. Box lbOl. Auckland. C.I. >- 7 LAUNDRESS for Rawhiti Private Hospital; live in. Phone 60-590. 3 LEDGER KEEPER. male or female, experienced. City Office: five-day week; enclose copy of refs. I.ed'serkeeper. 9167. Star. j> MACHINISTS for modern clothing factory, manusystemnand ideal working" conditions: full or part time—Parisian Coat Manufacturing Co., Ltd.. Elliott Elliott 'St. Xβ. MACHINIST for vests, to work at night. Mon.. Wed., and Sat. morning: overtime rate makes our price very attractive.—Hugh Wright. Ltd. Apply Mr. Bidwell. Workroom Manager. Phone 48-361. x 6 MACHINISTS, over 40. full or part time, ronatnial work, in small frock factory: excellent conditions, clean and sunny workrooms, good wages. Also Juniors to start.-P. and F. Sty'es. 318-322. Pacific Bids?., Wellesley St. Phone 44-673. MALE CLERK. Junior. 17 -18 years.— J. J. Craig. Ltd.. 100. Queen St. . "J? MALE, experienced, to take • charge of office: essential industry.—Apply with references to M.G.. Box 1356. Auckland. _6 MALE CLERK, exp?rienced. for the Head Office of a growing Manufacturing Concern with Office at Penrose: 'the position offers opportunity for advancement.—B.G. 0826. Star. 6 MAX, with Von oi Car. for rabbit and opossum trapping" sober man used rough conditions only.— W 8870. Star. " "3 MA l \. thoroughly experienced in Stone Excavation and Blasting: good wages and conditions.—Apply Eric C. Marmont. Contractor. Phone 64-175 or 25-945. J? address, as Doorman, Ticket Taker: part-time position, evenings only.—Apply any evening, Manager, Berkeley theatre. Mission Bay. x 3 MARRIED COUPLE, live in. gardener, handy man. wife general help.—Spa Private Hotel. Takapuna. Thone 78-34 G. MILK BAR DISPENSER, day staff: permanent position, good conditions, good pay and bonus.— Apply Duffy's Milk Bars. Ltd.. Ist Floor, City Chnmbers. Queen St.. 9-10 a.m.. 2-3 p.m. Y4 MILLINER, fully experienced: good wages.— ¥ 9196. .'iTAR. 6 MOTOR MECHANICS—Must have thorough knowledge of all Motor Work.—Apply to Manager. Shorter's Rental Cars, Ltd., Shortland St. 4 NIGHT PORTER, experienced. — Apply Grand Hotel. 4 NIGHT WAITRESSES (2): must live in City.— Apply Cavalier Dining Rooms, Phone 41-407. x 3 NURSE-COMPANION for Lady in Remuera; other help kept.—Phone 20-399. _4 NURSE, probationer, for convalescent rest home: live out: Mt. Eden. —Phone 65-266. 3 NURSE, competent housekeeper, sole charge; no cooking; honest, teetotaller, well educated: good wage, co o . . OPERATOR, Burroughs Typewriter Accounting Machine, for large city garage; time-table to suit ppplicanf good conditions.—Apply Cadman's Parking Station. 89. Grey's_Ave. . 3 OFFICE JUNIOR required.—Apply Smith & Smith. Ltd., 9-11. Albert Street. 6 OFFICE JUNIOR Female for Large Office; scope for advancement: knowledge of shorthand and typing an advantage; good wages and conditions. B.G. 0827. Star. 6 OFFICE JUNIOR, Female, with not more than one year's experience: opportunity to secure attractive position with rapid advancement according to capability is ottered by Bond and Bond. Ltd.. Commerce St.—Apply Secretary. First Floor. j 3 OVERLOCKERS —Oveiiockers urgently required for full or part time work in factory or own home if preferred; highest remuneration: dainty work. Apply Laddaloc and Lady Jane Lingerie. 350-362. Broadway. Newmarket; 20-539. Xβ Int'effigent Boy: good conditions and prospects.— Apply Secretary. Schofield and Co.. Ltd., Newmorket. 3 PAINTERS wanted; good wages, good tradesmen.— Apply A. W. Parker, 49, Paice Avenue, off Dominion Road. ,_ * 7 TASTRYCOOK, Female, all women employees: wages £5 approx.—Miss Logan, Cooke's Tearooms. PORTER-BARMAN.—AppIy New Criterion Hotel. Albert Street. __ 3 PRICE wanted for Grubbing 5V 2 acres, gorse, hawthorn, blackberry and tussock, St. Heller's.— Phone 44-870 or 50-893. ___3 ALTERATION HAND. WOMAN REQUIRED For Alterations and Repairs in our Dry Cleaning Department. Good wages and bonus, and a permanent position to a capable person. Apply personally, write or ring, NAGELS CREATIONS. 79-81. Lome Street, Auckland. Phone 49-717. *4 FOREWOMAN FOB FROCK FACTORY. The position offers good prospects and salaries, as well as permanency to an applicant with initiative and all-round knowledge of trade. State experience, age, and wages required. All applications strictly confidential. WRITE V. 9135, STAR. 4 .GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED WE REQUIRE SEVERAL GIRLS FOR OUR BOOKBINDING DEPARTMENT. Previous experience not necessar.y. but would be- considered an asset. The work is light and clean: congenial conditions: wages eood. The Manager, BOOKBINDING DEPT., AUCKLAND STAR. D 4 INVOICE TYPISTE INVOICE TYPI3TE. We have a vacancy in our office for a Typiste who is conscientious and competent, to do complete invoicing, which entails pricing, extensions, etc. Apply to CADBDRY, FRY, HUDSON, LTD., 151, Beach Road. Or P.O. Box 189. Auckland, C.I. y.3 INSURANCE — INSURANCE. An Old-established Company transacting ' all classes of Insurance Business has vacancies for a SHORTHAND-TYPISTE and a. JUNIOR CLERK. Excellent prosppcts and working conditions. Good vages. Five-day week. Apply, stating age anc sex. to B G 07P2. STAR. 4 MACHINISTS MACHINISTS. Experienced Overlock Machinists required In our Factory. Manufacturing Ladies' and Men's Underwear . Light, dainty and interesting work. Highest wages and bonuses. Centrally situated. Essential industry. Apply STIRLING HENRY (N.Z.), LTD.. 406, Queen Street. Auckland. MP4 BOYS (2). 14-16 YEARS, FOR WAREHOUSE. Initial duties consist chiefly of messages, etc.. but prospects for advancement are bright for Boys with initiative and keen to learn interesting No Saturday work. Mr. Ward. MOTOR TRADERS (N.Z.), LTD., Cook Street. « GIRLS — GIRLS GIRLS WANTED URGENTLY FOR PORCELAIN ENAMELLING DEPARTMENT. Full or part-time workers. No previous experience necessary. Light and interesting work. Gooo 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 GIRLS AND WOMEN WANTED For clean, light work in our new lactory. Part time if desired. Good conditions and pleasant surroundings. Permanent- employment ottered to suitable applicants. No previous experience necessary; 40-hour week. Apply Monday morning. N. A. MORRO AND CO.. LTD., Manufacturing Cnemlsts and Cosmeticians, 25, George Street, Newmarket. 4 HANDBAGS, FANCf LEATHER GOODS. GIRLS AND WOMEN required to learn the Manufacture and Repair of all Classes of Leather Goods The work is light and interesting and pays above award wages. Morning and afternoon tea provided. Please inquire about our Social Club and Insurance scheme. For appointments apply THE MODERN BAG CO.. 270. Karangahape Road. 6 POTTERY ASSISTANTS REQUIRED. Excellent opportunity exists for WOMEN AND GIRLS to Learn Interesting Trade. Up-to-date Cafeteria. Social and Sports Club. High wage and pleasant working conditions, away from the humidity of the city. Close to t>us and train. Apply to Mr. Wiseley. Porcelain Factory, AMALGAMATED BRICK AND PIPE CO.. LTD. New Lynn. 6 i TWENTY (28) SENIOR AND JUWOR GIRLS [ REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY, For Our Bookbinding and Envelope Manufacturing ~ Dcpartro eT its, . Permanent empioj ........ First-class conditions. i Clean and interesting work. Forty-hour week a Experienced Girls preferred, but not essential We are prepared to train willing workers ii preparation for post-war employment. Communicate early and prepare lor an escured future COLLINS BROS. & COMPANY. LTD., ;6 Wyndham Street. Auckland. C.I.
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