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ACCOUNTANT A , . nSS of T^ e A™ for its City Office (six ,n staff) aIC Account: excellent prisowi tS ?n"" .of ( - age - and ° n ' ability and iniUative ex «"tn-e. possessed • coplTs Iy 'o £ 5ta rei n e?enc S e e s "g eJEpßrtence - and -™><*< ACCOUNTANT, BOX 487. C.P.0., AUCKLAN . 808 BOUGHS OPER AT O AppUeaUons areL invited for the position oi SENIOR BURROUGHS OPERATOR Successful applicant will operate the latest moc machines. and°'im D ?iv£? ts muSt be <"lap:able to learn n. £? iJS?w systems, and have good knowled FrSSS*£ eeplnß - , Hlßhcst wages will be nai Weefc N0 Saturdll y morning work. ,ao SMITH & BROWN. LTD., 148-102, Symonds Street, Auckland. C.3. C h E E K, SENIOR, F E M A L FOR MANUFACTURING OFFICE. nj££fi 2^-" 40 years ' with a Bood knowledge i fw?? 1 i" ro »<'-e and accurate at, figure: ™?I? and . and lypins essential. The position is permanent one with excellent remuneration ar prospects o£ advancement to a competent persoi Apply personally, write or phone. NAGELS CREATIONS. LTD.. 70. Lome Street, Auckland. . Phone 49-717. 3 C U X T E R DESIGNEE MALE OR FEMALE, For Progressive Factory Manufacturing Ladles' Lingerie and Frocks. „ 'Pt? P os t* lon 'S a permanent one and cffei excellent opportunity and scope for advancement faalary will be the highest to a capable person! Applications will be treated with the strides confidence. • Apply personally or write Staff Manager. NAGEL'S CREATIONS. LTD., 7fl, Lome Street, Auckland. Phone 49-717. 1 YOUTHS FOR PLASTIC FACTOR! We have several vacancies for Youths, 16-1! years, in our Plastic Department. £3 for 40-hour week. Production bonus is als< paid, and youths with average intelligence anc keenness can earn up to £3 15/; overtime is ais( available if desired. This is an excellent opportunity for boys t< earn high wages. Apply Warehouse Foreman, N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY, LTD., Penrose. 11 HANDBAGS, LEATHER GOODS MAN WANTED. Young Man between 21 and 30 to Learn the Manufacturing and Repairing of all Classes oi Handbags and Leather Goods. Suitable applicants will bo trained in this interesting trade. Wages £4 10/ to start, with rapid promotion to conscientious worker. Morning and afternoon tea provided. Social Club. Inquire about our Insurance Scheme. Apply THE MODERN BAG CO.. 270, Karangahape Road. ' 6 THE OTAGO HOSPITAL BOARD. Applications (with copies of testimonials) will bo receivai by the undersigned until 10 o'clock a.m. on THURSDAY, Auguct 23. 1045. for the following positions at the New Zealand School of Physiotherapy, viz.:— ASSISTANT IN ELECTRO-THERAPY DEPT. TWO ASSISTANTS FOR GENERAL SUPERVISION. In every case applicants will be expected to assist with Junior Teaching, and preference will be given to candidates who may wish to undertake teachers' training. Salary to commence at the rate of £300 per • annum, rising by two annual increments of £12 ■• 10/ to the rate of £325 per annum. . , . JOHN JACOBS. Secretary. July 31. 1945. g FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET FOR YOUNG GIRLS. Read what one of New Zealand's most up-to-date factories offers you. Look at the photos of the sunny Manufacturing Floor; the spacious Cafeteria, where morning and afternoon tea and lunch are served; the Hospital, where nursing and medical attention are free. Our production methods assure handsome bonuses. Write or Phone .for your Free Booklet, or call and see the Personnel Officer. ~ Apprentices, Improvers and Journeywoman are ; required immediately for machining, finishing and pressing at CHILDSWEAB, LTD., Childswear Building. 166-176. Albert St., C.l Phones 49-636. 40-308. 6 NELSON HOSPITAL BOARD. Applications are invited for the position MATRON, Alexandra Old People's Home. Applications will also be considered from MARRIED COUPLES, To act as Master and Matron of the Home. The Home is situated.at Richmond, eight mil frcm Nelson and will accommodate 40 old peop] Salary wiH.be in accordance with qualification Further particulars of either position may ] had on application to the undersigned. ' Applicants should state age and experience ai , give particulars of nursing experience and qualii catiens (if any), and should forward Copies on of recent testimonials. Applications close with the undersigned ( Wednesday, September 5, 1945. . W. H. GALBRAITH, Managing Secretary. Nelson. j WOMEN, INEXPERIENCED GIRLS FOR OUR LINGERIE DEPARTMENT. Work is pleasant and interesting, no previot experience necessary, and entails the handling t dainty and beautiful materials. . " Staff privileges include Free Children's Nurser Accommodation at our up-to-date Hostels, Fre Morning and Afternoon Teas with hot scones c ... calces, while an appetising 3-course dinner ma be obtained in our Cafeteria at the trifling cost o 2/6. weekly. Bonus scheme adds to the attractive ness of the positions we are offering. /;' Apply personally, write or ring for appointment NAGELS CREATIONS, LTD.. 79-81, Lome Street. Phone 49-717. l: WELLINGTON HOSPITAL BOARD MEDICAL STAFF. Applications are invited from Registeret Medical Practitioners for the following position: on the Board's Medical Staff— (a) MEDICAL REGISTRAR (1) and SURGICAI REGISTRAR (1) for the Hutt Hospital foi the year 1946. Salary in each case £550 pel annum, living in. In the event of a successful applicant being a married man and desiring to live out, consideration will be given tc the payment of- a living out allowance. Duties commence January 1, 1946. (b) JUNIOR MEDICAL REGISTRAR (1), JUNIOR SURGICAL REGISTRAR (1) and JUNIOR ORTHOPAEDIC REGISTRAR (1) for the Wellington Hospital for the year 1946. Salary in each case £450 per annum if quarters are provided; If quarters are not provided a living out allowance of £156 per annum uill be paid in addition. Duties commence January I, 1946. (C) ORTHOPAEDIC REGISTRAR, Wellington Hospital, at a commencing salary of £550 per annum, plus a living out allowance of £156 per annum. ■ Appointment for one year in the first instance. Applicants to state the earliest date on which they could commence duty. (d) TUBERCULOSIS REGISTRAR, Wellington Hospital, at a salary of £550, rising after one year to £600 per annum, plus a living out allowance of £156 per annum'. Appointment for 2 years in the first instance. Applicants to state the earliest date on which y they could commence duty. Applicants to state age, qualifications, whether married or single, and military obligations, if *,'.any, and to give a complete, concise statement of experience. Applications close at the office of the undersigned at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, September 12,. 1945. J. B. I. COOK. 7 Secretary. BOATS FOR SALE JOHNSON Iron Horse 1.1 h.p. 4-cycle Engine. suit boat or lighting plant.—44-534. 16-075. x 7 MOORINGS, suit up to 45ft, Hobson Bay; and 30ft, St. Mary's Bay.—44-534, 16-075. x 7 RESIN-BOUNDED PLYWOOD" for Boats and Caravans.—Wiseman's Outboards, 32, Customs St. E. L RUNABOUT, 16ft, marine engine; consider exchange car or smaller boat.—44-534, 16-075. 7 BOATS WANTED QUTBOARD MOTOR, 1 to 5 h.p.; 10-12 ft Dinghy; . buy separate, inspect anywhere.—44-534, 16-075. 6 SAILS, suitable Y Class Yacht. complete or separate.—9. Bollard Av., New Lynn. x 6 WASTED TO BUY THE STAMP MARKET IS GOOD—If you have a. Collection or Accumulation for Sale, send us particulars. We have purchased most of the big collections sold since 1912 and pay consistently good prices. Buying list on request. A. BRODIE, LIMITED, 19, Hellaby's Building (opp. C.P.0.). P.O. Box 1880, Auckland. MS

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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