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CHINA CABINET Bow-end Lcacllfgrht and door £11/17/6 GLORY BOX 3cm. .x jsin. x goto. £4/17/6 K/4FI VPRkTQ 155-159 Karangahape Road /V\CLYCM>3 AUCKLAND
SITUATIONS VACANT th PAINTERS and Paperhat.gers. must be tradesur men.—Arthur Hee. Phone 43-253. 8 hi pAXTKYMAID wanted to assist generally in u<: Kitchen, mainly buttering bread: good wages.— ~ '.174. Queen St. x 7 - PANTRYMAID WAITRESSES (2) required for the " a Auckland Club; accommodation provided: wages xs £ net.—Apply 34. Shortland St. x« ' PERSON, reliable, to take charge oTTtitchen pri*u vate_hospital: preferably live in.—Phone 63-217. 6 ay PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTER," exoerlencedroTjunior' B . to learn.—Phone 40-445. x ll ,j PLUMBER, registered or experienced: good wages, JJ cenditions and overtime offered. —W. A. Parry lio and Co-. Wainl. xg PROBATIONER NURSE requiredTTcmi""experience or preferred, for Private Surgical Hospital, City.— i c Wakefield Private Hospital. Phone 48-604. x 6 g RADIO—We require Junior Wlremen and Boys. - with or without experience, for work on cur post-war receivers.—Apply Sheffield Radio, Ltd. ,7 <?;_Mackelvie St., Grey Lynn. 6 ~ SCHOOL CLEANER ~ wanted "immediately": norT^ resident. part-time. chiefly sweeping.—Apply Diccesan School, Epsom. 24-491. x 8 - SHORTHAND-TYPISTE. Junior, urgently required! . -J; good working conditions.—Apply 217, Victoria y Arcade. X 8 l ? SHORTHAND-TYPISTE, Junior; excellent cppoT- , tunlty for right girl; good conditions, no Saturday i! work.—British Typewriters, 37, Victoria St. West, ig Auckland. x 8 X SENIOR SALES for Millinery Satan] experienced ;' good wages.—F. 9197, Star. 7 J SENIOR SHORTHAnTT-TYPLSTE, fully experienced, l t required immediately for Legal Office, Taurruiga. Permanent position. Good salary.—Apply in writing, 6 with copies testimonials. Lex. 0878, Star. 6 .; SHOP ASSISTANT, junior; also Apprentice: learn : ; Dressmaking.—Apply Direct Silk and Frock Co.. 1, 320. Queen St. jtß ■• SHORTHAND TYPIST for Manufacturing BusineFs y with Office at Penrose: five-day week: modern .. office: good cenditions.—Write B.G. 0K25. Star. r 6 Y SMART LAD to learn trade: no Saturday work.— £ Apply Patterson and Sons, Butchers, 101. Customs St. W. X 6 ■ SMART LAD wanted for paper bag factory; good - opportunity for advancement. —Apply Dominion ■ Paper Products. Ltd., 85, Anzac Ave., Ph. 42-391. ? ■ 6 : STENOGRAPHER CLERK. senior; shorthand ? essential.—Apply Leary and Giesen, Solicitors, » Auckland. 11 e TYPISTE, Junior, solicitors' office.—Johnston. e Coates and Fee, Solicitors. 7 g WAITRESS, experienced.—Apply De Luxe Grill Room, 57. Queen Street. x 8 j WAITRESSES, full time.—Apply Manageress". ■ Cooke's Tearooms. , 6 WOMAN, young, to take charge of Buffet; good B wages.—274. Queen St. x 7 > WOMAN, capable, for house duties, Private Hospl- ' tal, live In.—Phone 61-349. x 6 > WOMAN, assist Bed and Breakfast House; good wages and conditions: live in preferred.—Avoni hurst, 62, Symonds St. 6 WOMAN for making teas, light duties, 5-day week; I pleasant conditions: wages £3 5/6 gross.—Apply Brown Barrett, Ltd., 79, Carlton Gore.Rd., cpp. ■ Domain. 8 f WOMEN, middle-aged, for our Packing Depart - • ment; experience not necessary? 5-day week.— ; Apply Newdick Bros., Ltd., 4, Quay St. 6 WOMAN for Cleaning, mornings only: also Woman ; Kitchen Help, full time.—Belles Grill Rooms, 75. 1 Symonds St. x 8 ; WOMEN and Girls wanted for Light Factory Work; good conditions and wages.—Apply Metal Productions. Ltd.. Banks Box Building, 47. St. Paul , Street. __ J 10 1 YOUNG LADIES, with or without experience— ! We have vacancies in the following DepartI ments: Millinery, Men's Hats, Clothing. Good wages and liberal bonuses; ideal working con--1 dltions.—Apply M.K. Manufacturers. 21. Great South Road. Newmarket. Phone 24-630. x 6 YOUTH, for Grocery Shop and Motor Delivery.— Glover's Store. Remuera.—Phone 25-396. 7 YOUTH or Young Man for large Poultry Farm; good wages and prospects.—Phone 62-125. x 8 \ YOUTH for Wood Turning: good wages.—Apply A. J. S. Brown and Co., Acacia Bldg., O'Conncli ' St 6 YOUTH, bright, intelligent,. required immediately as assistant to distributing salesman driver.—Apnlv Newdick Bros., Ltd., 4, Quay St. x 7 YOUTH "wanted as Junior Assistant in Retail Furniture Store; good opportunity for smart lad. Home Furnishers, Ltd., 174, Karangahape Rd., New ton.. 7 FIRE, MARINE, ACClDENT—lnsurance Company has a vacancy for a JUNIOR CLERK. This is an excellent opportunity for either a Boy or a ' Girl wishing to take up an interesting profession. Attractive commencing salary with six-monthly increases. Five-day week. Previous experience not nece-;spry.—Write B.G. 0817. Star. 6 MACHINE MOULDERS, or Men Willing to Learn. i This is a great opportunity to learn a useful trade under favourable conditions. Suitable Men will be employed permanently in our Modern Foundry at Mount Wellington.—Mason & Porter, Ltd., corner of Panmure Road jnd Mt. Wellington Highway. 7 HANDBAGS, FANCY LEATHER . GOODS. GIRLS AND WOMEN required to learn the Manufacture and Repair of all Classes of Leather Goods. The work is light and interesting End pays übove 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. 8 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 bus and train. Apply to Mr. Wiseley, Porcelain Factory, AMALGAMATED BRICK AND PIPE CO.. LTD.. New Lynn. 0 R. G R"E E R & SON, LTD., 38-44. DOUGLAS STREET, PONSONBY. AUCKLAND. W.l. Offer Constant Employment to APPRENTICES, IMPROVERS AND JOURNEYWOMEN For the Making of Men's and Boy's Outerwear, Shirts and Pyjamas and Women's Underwear. Excellent cafeteria, milk, sugar and tea supplied free. Medical clinic in charge of qualified sister. Good Bonus System. D 4 TWENTY (20) SENIOR AND JUNIOR GIRLS REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY, For Our Bookbinding and Envelope Manufacturing Departments. Permanent employment First-class conditions. Clean and interesting work. Forty-hour week.' Experienced Girls preferred, but not essential. We are prepared to train willing workers in preparation for post-war employment. Communicate early and prepare for an assured future. COLLINS BROS. & COMPANY, LTD., Wyndham Street, Auckland, C.l. 6 A CONGENIAL AND CONSTRUCTIVE EMPLOYMNT FOR ALL GIRLS, Who, with an eye to their future home, wish to Learn Work under the most modern ol factory conditions. Modern workroom, centra', heating. Hot mid-day meals. Morning ana Afternoon Tea*. Forty-hour week. Liberal oonus system. Highest wages. Come and see for yourself. An essential industry. Earn While You Learn. Factory Manager. J. STEELE. LTD., Corsetleres, 445, Karangahape Road, opp. Newton Post Office. Or Phone 43-829. 43-920. MF4 BOOKKEEPER. A Thoroughly Competent Young Lady is required for the above position with an old-established Manufacturing Firm engaged in an essential industry. Applicants should have a full grasp of all office routine and be capable of supervising such work. This is an ideal opportunity for a loyal i. nd' conscientious person to secure a responsible position at a good salary. Applications to— PERMANENT, P.O. BOX 1644, AUCKLAND. x 6 BAY OF PLENTY HOSPITAL BOARD. WHAKATANE HOSPITAL. Applications are invited for the following positions at the Whakatane Hospital:— SISTER FOR TUBERCULOSIS ANNEXE of 9 beds. Charge position. Salary £200 per annum, plus uniform and keep. JUNIOR SISTERS (2) for Main Hospital. Salary £180 per annum, plus uniform and keep. Applicants are requested to enclose copies of recent testimonials and to apply to The Matron, PUBLIC HOSPITAL, WHAKATANE. X 6 THE OTAGO HOSPITAL BOARD. UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO AND DUNEDIN HOSPITAL, NEW ZEALAND. Applications are invited for the following positions, viz.— (a) FULL-TIME TUBERCULOSIS OFFICER, at a salary at the rate of £1500 per annum, plus £ 100 per annum, payable by the Otago University Council for teaching duties. (b) FULL-TIME PSYCHIATRIC PHYSICIAN, at a salary at the rate of £1500 per annum, plus £ 100 per annum, payable by the Otago University Council for teaching duties. Further information in regard to these appointments can be seen at the Office of this Newspaper. JOHN JACOBS, Secretary. The Otago Hospital Board, Dunedin, July 30, 1945. :11 SITUATIONS VACANT CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO. WEATHER AND TIDES Auckland weather forecast: Overcast, with occasional rain; moderate temperatures. Sunset to-day, 5.39; sunrise to-morrow, 7.13. High water to-day, 6 p.m.; to-morrow, 6.2-1 I a.m. Moon: Xcw, August 8; first quarter, Ausruxt 1&.
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