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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945
SITUATIONS VACANT '• AUCKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD. e Vacancies exist for the following:— s FOREMAN-GARDENER for tlie Auckland Hospif till. This is a duration appoia'.ment. Award wages and conditions. Personal or written applications should be made tc the office of the Board, 4 Kitchener Street A RELIABLE KITCHENMAN is urgently required for the Main Kitchen, 'Auckland Hospital. Must • be strong and able to drive. Personal application should be made to the Diet Supervisor. Auckland Hospital. 1 FEMALE KITCHEN ASSISTANT for the Diet i Kitchen. Auckland Hospital. Award wages and conditions. Personal application should be maae to the Diet Supervisor, Auckland Hospital. I FEMALE ASSISTANT NIGHT COOK for the Night Kitchen. Auckland Hospital. Award "ages and conditions. Personal application should oe • made to the. Diet Supervisor, Auckland Hospital. R. F. GALBRAITH, • Secretary. 4 ' THE OTAGO HOSPITAL BOARD. UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO AND DUNEDIN HOSPITAL, NEW ZEALAND. Applications are invited for the position of RESIDENT SURGICAL OFFICER (Senior). Candidates must hold a degree in Medicine of a British University, must have bsen qualified ior three years and have held resident hospital appointments for at least one year. Preference given to unman ied applicants. The duties will be those of superintending House Surgeons, with, in addition, certain tutorial work under the direction of the Professor of Surgery. Salary to be at the rate of £600 (New Zealand currency) per annum, with board and residence. Full details may be seen at the Office of this NCWSPaPer - JOHN JACOBS, Secretary, Otago Hospital Board, Dunedin. July 27, 1945. -*8 CiXY OF AUCKLAND. Applications will be received at the office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Auckland, up to 4 p.m. on Monday, 13th day of August, 1945. for the undermentioned positions on the staff of the Auckland City Council:— LICENSED SURVEYORS (2). Commencing salary £418 6/ gross, rising to £481 6/ gross. DRAUGHTSMEN (2). Salary for applicants with the specified academic qualifications, £381 11/ gross, rising to £418 6/ gross. For other Draughtsmen, a salary of £367 18/ gross. TOWN PLANNING ASSISTANTS (2). Applications for these positions will be received l'rom qualified Civil Engineers, Architects and Surveyors. Commencing salary £444 11/ grcss, rising to £512 16/ gross. ENGINEERING ASSISTANTS (2). Commencing salary £381 11/ gross, rising to £418 6/ gross, or £444 11/ gross, rising to £512 16/ gross, according to qualifications and experience. Conditions of employment relating to the above appointments may be obtained from the Office of the Town Clerk. Town Hall, Auckland. T. W. M. ASHBY. :x 4 Town Clerk. HOLIDAY ACCOM. VACANT ACCOM., Queensclifl Hotel, 1, Scotia Place. Queen St. Bed and Breakfast.—Phone 44-184. D 4 ARUNDEL HOTEL, Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland, is now taking bookings for Casual Guests. Room and Breakfast only.—Phone 48-150. D 4 ASIILEIGII,- 44, Carlton Gore Rd., Grafton —Bed and Breakfast Tray.—Phone 43-054. 4 CENTRAL HOUSE, 143, Hobson St.—Single and Double Rooms, with tray. Casuals.—Phone 30-783. 4 DOUBLE and Single Rooms, select, with tray; Remuera.—Write W. 8708, Star. 4 "GRAND VUE," 3, Princes Street, below Grand Hotel. —Casual Accommodation. Phone 40-089. 7 HOTEL GLENALVON. Waterloo Quad.. Ist class; 3 min. walk Station or City.—Phs. 40-678, 42-214. D 4 LEIGH —Jolly Fisherman Guest House, situated on beach, large lounge, open fire, games room; book now August school holidays and summer season; fully booked Christmas-New Year. —Phone 4M, Leigh. [x 4 LYNTON, 11, Symonds St., aiways a vacancy, 3 _ min. to City, railway and park.—Phone 43-665. FS4 '
MANSION HOUSE, Kawau Island; August a holidays. 6 ONETANGI PRIVATE HOTEL for Your Winter Vacation; log fires, amusement hall, indoor bowls. b Phone 3K or write for reservation. D 4 * ROTORUA —Wallingford Flats, superior, fully furnlshed, heated. —Phone 780. MS E * KOlOUUA—Thirweil House, 12/6 day, or Bed and Breakfast, 8/6; central: popular. S ROTORUA—Hinemoa Private Hotel, near grounds. lg baths. Tariff 14/ day. £4 10/ week. Ph. 81. TFS s. SEAVIEW LODGE, ONETANGI—Open all the year round. Lovely walks and log fires.—Phone i 3A. or write. WS4 VENTNOR. Devonport. delightfully situated on I the North Shore. 5 mln. ferry; casual accom.— d Phone 70-466. D 4 n GREAT BARRIER ST. CLAIR HOSTEL, NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS. Gpod Accommodation, Beautiful Scenery, Sport, Fishing, Boating, Horse Riding, Swimming. Tariff 16/ day. For Reservations. PHONE 25-529. D 4 j « IN CIIRISTCHURCII—UNITED SERVICE nOTEL. 3 Comfortable, dignified atmosphere. United Service, the Premier Hotel, Christchurch. Situated in Cathedral Square, heart of City; 100' bedrooms, s each with private phone and hot and cold runl hing water. Rooms with private bathrooms available also. Full inclusive tariff, 22/6. N. WRAY MILLNER, Proprietor. RTS TRY MACK'S PLACE, WAIHI BEACH GUEST HOUSE, r For complete rest. First-class table. . Tariff, £5 5/ week, 17/6 day. Returned Services in uniform, 10 per cent reduction. ' c Telegrams: Waibeach. . ws JOHN A. C. McCORMACK, Prop. II OLID/1 V ACCOM. WANTED BACII, sleep 5, Waiheke. from Dec. 21, 3 weeks; good rental. —Phone 18-368. x 4 5 BACH, 2 weeks Xmas, Orewa, Cornwallis. —Write 15a, Taiere Terrace. Onehunga. 4 BACH, Piha, two weeks from December 23; handy beach: careful.—Phone 62-810. x 4 BACH, Oneroa, Surfdale, two weeks from Dec. 24; sleep four adults. —8.G., 0879, Star. 4 BACH at Maraetai, fortnight from Dec. ~23; careful.—Phone 62-809 or write S. 9692. Star. 4 BACH, Brown's Bay, careful, 2 weeks, December or January.—Bach, Star Runner, Otahuhu. 4 BACH, Waiheke, sleep 6, Dec. 23 to Jan. 7, returned soldier.—22, Kensington Balmoral. x 4 BACH, sleep four to six; North Shore preferred; three weeks from Dec. 22.—Write S. 9602, Star. 4 BACH, Cornwallis or Manukau beach, Jan.-FebTT accom. 4; excellent refs. —Accountant, Box 126* Auckland. 4 BACII, Murray's Bay or Mirangi, two weeks from ■Dcc. 22; sleep 6.—Ring 54-121 day, 54-451 evenings. x .j BACH or Home, any good East Coast beach, from Dec. 24, for 2 or 3 weeks.—Ring 24-485, or Write Kelso, 193, Broadway, Newmarket. 4 BEACH or Lake Cottage, 2-3 weeks~Xmas; careful tenants, small family; references; rent in advance. Billing. 41. Green Lane. 5.E.2. x 6 BROWN'S BAY or Vicinity.—Bach, Dec. 22-Jan 2* sleep five adults.—Ring 20-257. ' 4 BROWN'S BAY.—Bach, near beach, sleep '8, for ; six weeks, from January I.—Write 75. Winstone 1 Road, Mount Roskill. X 6 BUSINESS MAN, 39, wishes meet another with bach; share expenses.—S. 9289, Star. 4 CHRISTMAS, 3 weeks—Furn. Bach or House, Takapunn-Milford, 3 bedrooms; excellent refs— 1 Phone 50-035. 4 c COTTAGE or Bach, furn., wanted for fortnight by returned soldier and wife, no children; vu;inlty Auckland or Waiheke preferred; wanted from Auk i B.—S. 9370, Star. q J FURNISHED EACH, any good beach, Dec. 31-Jan. < 14; careful tenant, rent no obstacle.—B. Star Runnrr, Q;ahuhu. 7 „ GIRLS (2) want bed, bieaklast and dinner prTvatc home, near City, from Dec. 23 to Jan 6 — Reply Miss Waters, 511, Worcester St., Christchurch. 4 3 HOUSE or Bacli, sleep 4, Takapuna, east Beaches | six weeks Christmas; rent in advance; careful ■ tenants.—Phone 44-603 (business hours), or H 8045, STAR. 1 "4 1 HOUSE or Bach, mainland beach, East or \?est Coast, Dec. 22 to Jan. 12; respectable Christian family, prepared to pay highest rent for suitable place; business man.—Phone 36-375. 4 LADIES (2), respectable, require - Flat, Auckland Star De °' 24 Until Jan ' 7 - —Wrlte s - 9084. *i A P I ES (2), reflned, young, Christchurch, require Bed and Tray from approx. Dec. 27 to Jan 9central preferred.—Write s. 9085. Star. ' 4 WANTED TO RENT DANK OFFICIAL requires 5-6 roomed House— A H. 9003, Star. . ' 4 R COTTAGE, 3 or 4 rooms; 2 adults working, child S 13; .careful tenants; good refs. and rent book.— Write S. 9602, Star. v x -j b flat, unfurn. or paitly furn., s.c.; North~lhore 5' preferably.—Ring J3l-592. 4 j* FLAT or Rooms, furn., or unfurn., by Married r--50U8634 n s°TAß l " dren; absent the day.— f ( FLAT or House, furn. or partly furn., wanted - urgently by Air Force officer; up to £3 rent n guaranteed.—S. 9789. Star. x 4 J, FLAT, S.C., good, furn. or unfurn., 2 business adults, within one or two sections Karangahape Rd. or Syniends St.—Phone 64-502 (Sunday) o t, 40-689 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). " B<
Photie G 62 457 Car ' Royal ° ak > Onehunga, Epsom.— GARAGE wanted, near Green Lane. Epsom — S. 9410, Star. 4 HOUSE or s.c. Flat wanted to rent by scrvlccman and Wife; urgent.—Phone JB-430- 4 lIOUSE, small, between Penrose and~Papakura-o-,™lo2ths' rent in advance; urgent.—Write s' 0700, oTAR. HOUSE or Plr.t, unfurnished, by quiet, returned | lrl a sT\' lre ' n ° cllilclrcrl - —Phone 18-048. Write HOUSE in Mairangi Bay for 2 weeks, Xmai or would exchange House. 4 rooms, Grey Lynn' for same period.—S. 9281, Star. 4 ROOM, Queen St. or Karangahape RdTi must £ av no n f°°o lißht ' sultab 'e artist; willing share.— S. 9601, STAR. x 4 HOOMS, 2 or 3, unfurn.; quiet, elderly couple — S. 9430, STAR. w 4 SHOP, lock-up, Ponsonby or Heme Bay preferred Ring 27-438. ' X 4 SMALL OFFICE or Room suitable for same - in or close to City wanted to rent.—S. 9386, Star. 4 SMALL SHOP, lock-up or otherwise, Mt. Roskill' Mt. Eden or-Domlnlon Road.—Phone 25-551. x <i SPACE, 200-400 sq ft, City or handy - suburb.—Phone 41-108, or write Returned, 0740. Star. „4 WORKROOM, approx. 500 sq ft, handy to Citvgood rent offered. —Phone 36-019. 4 BY PROFESSIONAL MAN (MARRIED). Ex Middle East and Italy Service. A HOME, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED at least' 2 bedrooms, all modern conveniences and handy transport. Write all particulars to T. 8493, STAR. 4 TO LET GARAGE to Let.—34, Alpers Ave., Epsom Phone 16-753. X 4 STOKAGE SPACE, 50 x IS, ground floor.—Applv 332, Broadway, Newmarket. 6 J
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945
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