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SITUATIONS VACANT JUNIOR GIRL, smart, for Shop Messages; opportunity to learn sewing: if desired.—Miss S. Shieff. Frock Specialist. 167. Karangahape Rd. 9 KITCHENHAND, light work, 8.30-s.3o.—Apply Hardwick Tearooms, 175. Queen St. __8 KITCHEN HANDS and Waitress needed; good wages for young or elderly if suitable. —Health Food Cafe. 174, Queen St. P_hone_4s-431. x 9 KITCHEN HELP for Home Cookery; good condi - tions: 8 to 5; £3 weekly.—Phone 42-46U x 8 KITCHENMAIDS for washing up and sandwichmaking: also Waitresses, full time and mid-day.— Blake's Inn, Vulcan Lane. 13 LABOURERS, several good workmen wanted: good conditions, permanent jobs to good men.— Engineer, Takapuna Borough Council. 8 LAUNDRESS; no heavy work; live out; weekends free; good wages.—Phone 20-394. _8 LADY, young, lor stock records and invoicing.— Apply in writing to Manager. P.O. Box 1604. Auckland. C.l. >7 LEDGER-KEEPER for city Legal Office.—T. 1113. Star: x 8 LEGAL—Ty piste, Junior, with some knowledge bookkeeping: salary according to qualifications.— Apply Box 1747. Auckland. 8 MACHINISTS wanted for our Sack Manufacturing Departments, good wages and conditions. —Apply McKendrick Bros., Ltd., Broadway, Newmarket. Z MACHINIST, over 40: most convenient work in small frock factory; full or part time, good conditions, wages and bonus. —P. and F. Styles. 318I 322, Pacific Bldg., Wellesley St. Phone 44-673. 9 MACHINISTS, Finishers and Juniors urgently requried lor Ladies' Clothing Manufacturer, parttime workers accepted, experience not essential, permanent positions.—J. R. McCullough and Co.. 24-26. Wakefield St. Phone 45-695. 10 MACHINIST' for work at home, Coats, Costumes and Frocks, all work delivered and collected: only first class and experienced hands apply.— J. R. McCullough and Co., 24-26. Wakefield St. Phone 45-695. 10 MAN or Youth wanted for terrazzo polishing.—T. 1125. STAR. _____ MAN wanted, Farmlet; milk, garden and poultry: 90/ per week and found.—B.G. 0894, Star. 8 MAN, young, to be trained as Upholsterer in i Chair Factory; constant work, good conditions; this is an opportunity to learn a trade and be j well paid while doing learning.—Buoyant Chair Co., Ltd.. 79, Vermont_St.,_Ponsonby. 10 MEN"Tor""our Wool Scouring Dept.; good wages; permanent positions; 44-hour, 5-day week and overtime.—Apoly Foreman. E. Lichtenstein and Co.. Ltd.. Alfred St.. Onehunga. Phone 54-027. x 8 MESSENGER BOY—We require immediately a Bright Boy for Messages; must be quick and keen to learn; good prospects of apprenticeship to Electrical Industry.—Apply to the Manager. W. J. Lodder, Ltd., Electrical Engineers, 7, Wakefield St. 10 METAL POLISHERS—Youths or Boys, permanent positions, good wages and conditions. —Auckland Electroplating Co., Ltd., 351, Queen_St. 9 MOTOR-MECHANIC, to take charge of workshop. A grade man preferred.—Ring 61-218 for appointIP MOTOR MECHANICS, must have thorough knowledge of all motor work.—Apply to' Manager. Shorter's Rental Cars, Ltd., Shortland St, 9 NIGHT WAITER for Civic Quick Lunch Bar, 336. Queen St. 1° NIGHT WAITRESSES (2), must live in city; 1 2nd Cock; good working conditions.—Apply Cavalier Dining Rooms. 236. Queen St. xlO NURSE for Rest Home; good wages.—Phone 61-893. NURSE or Semi-trained. middle-aged. mind invalid; easy case: sleep out. —Phone 51-054. 8 OVERLOOKERS —Overlockers 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. Newmarket2o-539. x 9 OFFICE ASSISTANT, Junior, with some experience. able to type.—Apply either personally or ,by letter to the Secretary. Auckland Lyceum Club. Smith r.nd Caughey's Building. Auckland. xlO OFFICE GIRL, Junior, for Manufacturing Office to work on Factory Planning; must be systematic and good at figures: a unique opportunity to engage in an interesting job.—Apply Radio (1936). Ltd., 6, Quay St. ? OFFICE ASSISTANT, Junior, required primarily for telephone duties, knowledge of shorthand and typing an advantage. Excellent working conditions in modern, office. —Apply with copies of refs.. Assistant, Box 1133. Auckland; ? OMNIBUS DRIVERS; only experienced licensed drivers need apply; apply in person; also 1 Experienced Storeman. suitable for elderly man. and 1 Mechanic, used to any truck work.—Transport Bus Services, Ltd.. Great North Rd.. Avondale. 8 PAINTERS, first class; good wages; State houses; preference returned men.—Perclval & Oldridge. Roforua. Phone 858 M. PANTRYMAID. also Kitchenman. —Apply Grand Hotel. x 9 PANTRYMAID, no night work; £3 clear.—Mertons. Queen's Arcade. 8 PANTRYMAID, full time: also Waitresses, full time and mid-c!ay. required urgently for George Court's Tea Rooms. Karangahape Rd. — Apply Staff Manager. 3rd floor. *9 PAINTERS, Paperhangers: good tradesmen rer quired.—W. Cox and Co.. Three Lamps. Ponsonby. * PAINTERS and Paperh-ir.gers. must be tradesmen.—Arthur Hoe. Phone 43-233. ' INSURANCE INSURANCE An old-established Company transacting all classes of Insurance Business has vacancies for a SHORTHAND TYPISTE and a JUNIOR CLERK. Previous Insurance experience not necessary. Excellent prospects and working conditions. Good wages. Five-day week. Apply, stating age and sex, to B.G. 0936, STAR. X 9 MOTOR BODY TRADE. WANTED, BODYMAKERS. PANELBEATEiIS AND PAINTERS For general commercial bodywork, Repairs and reconditioning. Highest wages paid, according to ability. Preference given to returned servicemen.—Apply, stating age and experience, to / C. L. NEILSON, LIMITED, Railway Avenue. Lower Hutt. :11 CONYNGHAM'S, THE HOSIERY PEOPLE, WELLINGTON. Applications are cordially invited from experienced Hosiery and Glove Sales Ladies. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Assistants, required for our Three Modern Shops in Wellington. Prospects excellent, including Manageress' position. For further particulars kindly phone MR. CONYNGHAM, 63-816, AUCKLAND, this week, or later write to CONYNGHAM'S, TH*E HOSIERY PEOPLE,

Wellington. xll EXCLUSIVE UNDERWEAR FACTORY. We offer Position to JUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS Who Wish to Learn Complete Manufacture of High-class Garments. Here is an opportunity to learn the operation at a wide range of fancy and special machines. Excellent working conditions. Centrally situated and hardy to Queen Street. Apply or Ring 30-854 — j MIGNONETTE. j 48, Wellesley Street West. x 9 | OWING to rearrangements in our office, we have vacancies for the following positions:— SENIOR FEMALE CLERK INTERMEDIATE SHORTHAND TYPISTE OFFICE JUNIOR s All these positions offer good wages and working conditions. FIVE-DAY WEEK. Duties can commence immediately. Apply personally, or Phone 40-962 for appointment. MORRIS, BLACK AND MATHESON. LTD., 9, Gore Street, City. 8 YOUTHS FOR PLASTIC FACTORY We have several vacancies for Youths, 16-18 years, in our Plastic Department. £3 for 40-hour week. Production bonus is also paid, and youths with average intelligence and keenness can earn up to £3 15/; overtime is also available if desired. This is an excellent opportunity for boys to earn high wages. Apply Warehouse Foreman, N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY., LTD.. Penrose. 11 ENGINEERING WORKS. The following positions are available at Penrose. — BLACKSMITHS for Agricultural and General Engineering Works. TURNERS (2) for Iron, and also for operating Ward No. 7 Turret Lathe. FLOOR MOULDER for Jobbing and General Iron Moulding. MACHINE MOULDERS (2). A good opportunity to learn a useful trade in these positions. Overtime is available for all the above. BOOTH. MACDONALD AND CO., LTD., Penrose. 9 N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY., LTD. SEVERAL VACANCIES FOR FEMALE WORKERS. 20-45 years of age. For Packing Bottles into Corrugated Cardboard Containers. Wages £3 10'.9 for 40-hftur week. For several months Saturday work will be available If desired, bringing earnings for 48-hour week ;o £4 15/. Work is of a light nature, and working conditions are excellent. Apply Warehouse Foreman, N.Z. GLASS MANUFACTURERS CO. PTY.. LTD.. Great South Road, Penrose. 11 NEW ZEALAND REGISTERED NURSES* ASSOCIATION. Applications are invited from Registered Nurses for the position of DOMINION SECRETARY to the New Zealand Registered Nurses' Association. The duties comprise the work of SecretaryTreasurer to the Headquarters Office in Wellington and Editorship of the New Zealand Nursing Journal. There is also a certain amount of travelling to branches of the Association and to the Student Nurses' Association Groups. . The commencing salary will be £350 p.a. with superannuation benefits. Preference will be given to applicants having recent hospital or other nursing administrative experience. Applications to be forwarded to the undersigned on or before August 31, 1945, and envelopes endorsed "Secretaryship." Copies only of testimonials to be enclosed. Dominion Secretary, N.Z. REGISTERED NURSES' ASSOCIATION. 505, Brandon Hc-use, Featherston St., Wellington, C.l. 8

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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