PUBLIC LIBRAE? SPECIALS! SCISSORS. Engrlish. lilunt pointed. 2/JX 'Cutlcrv Department. HALIBUT OIL CAPSULES. Hundred £/Q Pharmacy Department. BISCUITS and CHEESE. Jib. each Tor J Grocery Department. ELVER. N'S 1B5 " 159 Karangahape Road
SITUATIONS VACANT PATEA HOSPITAL BOARD— Nursing Aids wanted immediately; salary according to experience: uniforms provided.—Apply to the Matron. HI PHOTOGRA~PHIcPPRINTER, experienced, or junior to learn.—Phone 40-445. PORTER; also Assistant Gajdener, — Apply Secretary. Blind Institute. *10 PRESSER. experienced with machine, for women's and maids' overcoats and suits; good wages to successful applicant.—Apply Auckland Clothing Federal St. 9 REGAL CAFE, High St.—Waitress; £2 10/ clear: 5_ day.—Phone 43-671. 8 SALESMAN, experienced, required immediately for our Retail Dress Department; no Saturday work.— Apply personally, Macky, L'ogan, Caldwell. Ltd. xll SCHOOL CLEANER wanted immediately; nonresident, part-time. chiefly sweeping.—Apply Diocesan School. Epsom. 24-491. x 8 SHORTHAND TYPISTE. junior, previous experience not essential; salary to commence. £2 per week: excellent prospects.—Apply John Henderson. Ltd., corner Swanson and Federal Sts., Auckland. x 9 SENIOR LABOURER wanted~for Bakehouse Night Shift.—Apply Stormonts, Ltd.. Klngsland. 8 SHORTHAND-TYPISTE, Junior, urgently required; good working conditions.—Apply 217, Victoria Arcade. x 8 SHORTHAND-TYPISTE. Junior; excellent opportunity for right girl: good conditions, no Saturday work.—British Typewriters, 37, Victoria St. West, Auckland. _x 8 SHOWROOM ALTERATIONS — 2 Dressmakers, with fitting experience preferred, for Showroom Alte.ation Room; also Girl as learner for same room; exceptional training. — Staff Manager, George Court and Sons, Ltd., Karangahape Rd. *9 SHOE, lady's, brown suede and kid, size 5. between Peter Pan Cabaret and Civic Taxi Stand, Monday night; reward.—Phone 19-607 (after 6 p.m.). 8 SMART BOY for fruit store; £2 5/ to start.— 188, Hobson St. 9 STENOGRAPHER CLERK, senior; shorthand essential. —Apply Leary and Giesen, Solicitors, Auckland. TRIJCK~DRIVER, general carrying, coal and firewood.—Gilliland, Nelson Street. xlO ! UPHOLSTERER, first xrlass; good wages; good job. Also Young Man or Youth to learn trade; union rate pay; must be smart, willing to learn. 233. Great North Rd., Grey Lynn. 8 WAITRESS, experienced.—Apply De Luxe Grill Room. 57. Queen Street. WAITRESS, head; excellent conditions. —Glenalvon Private Hotel, Phone 40-678. 8 WAITRESS, good conditions, wages £3 clear, week-ends free. —Apply H. Anderson, Market Tea Room. Phone 30-970. U WAITRESSES, good wages.—Apply Hardwick Tearooms, 175, Queen St. j' l WAITRESSES (2), full-time, good wages, bonus and conditions.—Phone 43-284, or apply Duffy's Milk Bars. City Chambers. 9 WAITRESS wanted for day work; half-day Saturday; no Sunday work; wages £2 10/ clear.— Apply Forsyth's Milk Bar. 63. Queen St. 10 WE have vacancies for fully experienced Shirt and Pyjama Machinists, 2 Needle Machinists and Girls to learn; light, airy workroom, central heating, morning and afternoon teas. —Apply Ross and Glendining, Ltd., Grey's Avenue. *9 WOMAN "for Servery: 5-day week.—Apply Regent Tearooms, Regent Theatre. WOMAN for Cleaning, mornings only; also Woman Kitchen Help, full time.—Belles Grill Rooms, 75. Symonds St. *8 WOMAN, Caretaker, small City apartment house, temporary; reduction in rent. —13. Symonds St. WOMEN and Girls wanted for Light Factory Work; good conditions and wages.—Apply Metal Productions, Ltd., Banks Box Building. 47. St. Paul Street . 10 WOMEN, young, and active, for factory; 5-day week, hours 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., no Saturday work, splendid wages; cafeteria on premises.— Apply Colonial Ammunition Co., Mt. Eden, Auckland. . YOUTH for Butchery Trade, good prospects and wages.—T. 9939. Star. 9 YOUTH for Wood Turning; good wages.—Apr-' A. J. S. Brown and Co., Acacia Bldg., O'Conn''. * St. 6 YOUTH or Young Man for large Poultry Farm; good wages and prospects.—Phone 62-125. x 8 YOUTH or Boy for Plaster Moulding Factory: good wages and . prospeats.—Apply 32. Princes St.. Onehunga. ' 9 YOUTH, strong, for manufacturing chemist; good conditions. 40-hour week.—Cosmetix (N.Z.), Ltd., 2, Fitzroy St., off Richmond Rd. *8 GIRLS, 15-18 years of age—We offer an excellent future to conscientious Juniors wishing to learn the making of .Babywear, Children's Frocks, etc.; expert tuition given in making garments throughout; dainty interesting work; earn while you learn.—Apply J. M. Bartlett and Co., Ltd., *20, Grey's Ave. . p. R. GILMAN, LTD., Grey St., Onehunga—We have vacancies in a clean, progressive essential I industry for Girls and Young Women; girls residing in or near Onehunga can save travelling time and fares by commencing with us.—Rhone 54-852, or call Monday to Friday, between the hour'; of 9 and 4. 8 STAFF VACANCIES lor Ladies' Coat and Suit Workroom —We require Machinists, Finishers and Apprentices for our Modern Suit and Coat Workroom; highest class garments are made under excellent working conditions: up-to-date methods and equipment; efficient cafeteria service.—Apply F. M. King and Co., Ltd., 163-167. Albert St. 13 CLERK, SENIOR, FEMALE FOR MANUFACTURING OFFICE. Lady. 25-40 years, with a good knowledge of. general office routine and accurate at figures; shorthand and typing essential. The position is a permanent one. with excellent remuneration and prospects of advancement to a competent person. Apply personally, write or phone. NAGELS CREATIONS, LTD., 79. Lome Street, Auckland. Phone 49-717. 11 FINISHERS FINISHERS FINISHERS We Require Urgently EXPERIENCED CHART FINISHERS. Also JUNIORS FOR MEN'S TAILORING. First-class hands will be paid above award rates. Apply DOMINION CLOTHING CO., LTD., s 312, Queen Street (next St. James' Theatre). Phone 45-566. 10
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. *9 WOMEN AND .GIRLS ARE REQUIRED IN OUR ROPE AND TWINE DEPARTMENTS FOR SPINNING, TWISTING AND PACKING. These positions carry good wages, as well as a production bonus, which is paid weekly. Previous experience is not essential. Apply Works Manager, DONAGHY'S ROPE & TWINE CO., LTD. 10 R. GREER & SON, LTD., 38-44. DOUGLAS STREET, PONSONBY, AUCKLAND, W.l. Offer Constant Employment to APPRENTICES, IMPROVERS AND JOURNEYWOMEN For the Making ol Men's and Boy's Outerwear, Shirts and Pyjamas and Women's Underwear. Excellent cafeteria, milk, sugar and tea supplied Medical clinic In charge of qualified sister. Good Bonus System. D 4 CITY OF AUCKLAND. SHORTHAND-TYPIST (FEMALE), CENTRAL LIBRARY. Applications, with testimonials, will be received at the Office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall. Auckland. C.l. up to 32 Noon on Wednesday, August 15, 1945. for the above position. Salary according to qualifications: minimum £95 per annum, maximum £261 per annum, both plus ! cost of living bonuses. Conditions of appointment may be obtained at the Office of the Town Clerk. Town Hall, or at the Central Library, Wellesley Street East. Auckland. C.l. T. W. M. ASHBY. ;X H Town Clerk. GIRLS 15 TO 18 YEARS GIRLS THIS IS AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG GIRLS to receive very high wages and- at the same time learn thoroughly the Machining * and.,, Finishing of Ladies' Coats and Costumes.- ' • We operate a Generous Bonus System for all our Staff. Call or Phone— L. J. FISHER AND CO., LTD.. Clothing Manufacturers. Gane Building, Anzac Avenue. Phone 40-805. x 3 PALMERSTON NORTH HOSPITAL. POSITION OF SENIOR TUTOR SISTER. Applications are invited from Registered Nurses for the above position. Preference will be given to candidates possessing post-graduate qualifications in hospital administration. Living out is optional. Salary £260 to £280 per annum, according to experience. Living out allowance £81 18/ per annum. For further particulars, apply to the Matron, Palmerston irorth Hospital. Applications close with the undersigned on August 15. 1945. A. J. PHILLIPPS. 3 Managing Secretary. SITUATIONS VACANT CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO. WEATHER AND TIDES Auckland Weather Forecast: Mainly cloudy, with some scattered showers; moderate temperatnres. Sunset to-day, 5.41; sunrise to-morrow, 7.11. High water to-day, 7.50 p.m.; to-morrow, 8.10 a.m.
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