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SITUATIONS VACANT COAT MACHINISTS and Table Hands; wages well above the minimum. Also Apprentices and improvers. J. Zam, 323, Queen St. 44-089. D 4 COOK for~small guest house!" wages £3 clear: live in.—Ring 48-521. COOK for Hotel in -City: good wages and conditions; sleep out.—Ring 42-119. xlO COOK, Second, good wages.—Savoy Restaurant. 240. Queen Street, opp. Thistle Hotel. xll COUNTRY SAWMILL — 1 Slabby. 2 Labourers, single accom.: also Head Yardman, no invoicing or consigning, house available. —Apply Morningside Timber Co.. Ltd.. 14 Taylor's Rd., Morningside. 10 home for shop.—Write 'F. 1687, STAR. 11 DRESSMAKER, must be used to high-class work; good conditions, high wages.—Apply Viola Hallam, Ltd., 23, High St., or Phone 40-587. Xll DRESSMAKER, must be used to high-class work: good conditions, high wages.—Apply Embassy Gowns. 9. Wellesley 'St. East, or Phone 44-153. xll DRIVER for Warehouse." Wharf. Rail. Town Delivery.—Write H. 1411. _ Stah. 11 ENGINEDRIVER, 2nd ticket, for Country Sawmill; slab firing; 4-roomed house available.—Apply Te Puke Sawmills, Private Bag, Auckland. 11 requires the Services of a Female Clerk with General Office experience to do job costing. Wages preparation and General Work. Salary £4 10/ for a five-day week.—Write Cost Clerk. Box 1412. Auckland, C.I. xll EXPERIENCED~"2nd Sales for manUes*;~iood wages". Apply Manager, J. Hays and Co., Ltd., 110, Queen St. 10 FARM MANAGER, (working) wanted for Farm of 1700 acres, sheep and cattle; good home in good locality; applicants must be thoroughly experienced in stock and all farm work; good salary to right man.—Apply, in writing, to Bryant House Trustees. Hamilton. xl 3 FOOTWEAR TRADE—Manufacturers of children's shoes require Boys for clicking, finishing and making dept.: these vacancies offer training with apprenticeship, and every opportunity to qualify under expert tuition; also Girls for boxing dept.— Apply Paget Shoes. Ltd., 81. Wellesley St. W. 11 FOOTWEAR TRADE.—The manufacturers of Dalton Debs., women's shoes, offer in their Parnell Division vacancies for Boys keen to learn under apprenticeship, also for Girls with or without experience for Boxing Department.—Apply W. Monks. Ltd., Parnell. ; 13 GENERAL: live in.—Phone 4, Howick. H GENERAL HAND wanted, male. — Apply Albert Hotel. 11 GENERAL BOILERMAKER, experienced, must be good welder. —Apply Workshop Manager, Parker Engineering_C£.,_Madden_St. TC GIRL as Shop Assistant.—Mackies Bakery, Epsom. Phone 64-253. xll GIRL, Artistic, Pructical, and Keen to Lea.rn Photographic Finishing, Spotting. Mounting, etc.. with portrait studio; state qualifications, etc.— B.G. 0965, Star. 10 GIRLS" (2) tT"learn _ good opportunity for sound training. — Preston and Maurice, Ltd.. 9. High St.. Auckland. 10 GIRLS AND WOMEN for Factory, light, clean work; no previous experience necessary, good conditions.—Apply Mcxiren Bros., Ltd., Khyber Pass Rd. 11 GIRLS for Bindery~Work; also Feeders and Junior Girls to learn the trade; good conditions, above award wages.—Brookdale Press, Wallace Bldg.. Emily Place. U GIRLS and Women wanted: good conditions and wages. Those willing tSflwork overtime can make really big wages. Come out and ■ see the work you will be required to do.—Auckland Laundry. Ltd.. Grey Lynn. D 4 GIRLS AND WOMEN wanted for Full or Parttime Work: the work is not difficult and the conditions are good; 40-hour week for full-time from io' a.m. to 3 p.m.—Heard's. Ltd.. Parnell. 10 HAIRDRESSER, good style setter, original.—Elsie Hubber, 96, Karangahape Rd. D 4 HAIRDRESSER, lady, competent, progressive Suburban Salon, non-electric penning and setting.— \Vrjte_ __jxlo HAIRDRESSER, Lady, qualified (good country town); Eugene knowledge essential; exceptional opportunity, with share in business. —' Apply Secretary. Hairdressers and Tobacconists' Assoclation. Yorkshl e House. Auckland. 10 HAIRDRESSER, Senior Operator required for large Country Town; must be experienced in Eugene and non-electric; permanent position, excellent wages.—Apply Hlllcastle (N.Z.). Ltd., T. ancM3_Bldg., Wellesley_ St. 13 iioSik COOKERY," Girl 16-18 for Finishing and Packing, experience not essential; also Woman for Cleaning and General Help; suit 2 friends or mother and daughter.—Apply Doretta, 521, Sandringhamßd. __? 13 A SENIOR SHORTHAND - TTPISTE, ALSO 2 JUNIOR GIRLS FOR OFFICE DUTIES. Previous experience not essential. Positions offer excellent scope for advancement. Good wages. 5-day week. Apply Branch Manager, N.I.M.U. INSURANCE COMPANY, P.O. Box 2009. Auckland. 10 SAWMILL COOKHOUSE. COUPLE 'REQUIRED - to run fully-equipped Cookhouse on contract. Approximately 15 to 20 men. Suit woman and daughter, with man working mill or bush. Good living quarters School handy. Apply PERHAM. LARSEN & CO., LTD.. Private Bag. OHAKUNE JUNCTION. 11 STOEEMAN — JUNIOR. TO ASSIST IN STORE OF FACTORY Producing Builders' and Plumbers' Hardware. Forty-hour week. Good wages. W. H. ENSTONE, LTD.. Cnr. Gillies Ave. and Mortimer Pass, Newmarket. 11 ENGINEER, TO TAKE CHARGE OF AUTOMATIC MACHINES MAKING CROCKERY. This job is well paid, and calls for conscientious man with ability to supervise female labour. Call or Phone 88-370. Mr. Wisley, Porcelain Factory. AMALGAMATED BRICK & PIPE CO.. LTD.. New Lynn. 11 FEMALE OFFICE JUNIOR. WITH NOT MORE THAN ONE YEAR'S EXPERIENCE. Opportunity to secure attractive position with rapid advancement, according to capability. . Is offered by BOND AND BOND. LIMITED. Commerce Street. Apply Secretary. First Floor. 11 FOREMAN WANTED. MAN, 35-40. WITH THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF ALL BINDING WORK, IS REQUIRED BY A LEADING PRINTING OFFICE. Ability to control women and girls is essential. Position is a permanent one and offers excellent conditions and wages for *a competent man. Apply in first Instance to B.G. 0998, STAR.. Xl 3 GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED WE REQUIRE SEVERAL GIRLS FOR OUR BOOKBINDING DEPARTMENT. Previous experience not necessary, but would be considered an asset. The work is light and clean, congenial conditions, wages good. The Manager, BOOKBINDING DEPT., AUCKLAND STAR. D 4 MACHINISTS MACHINISTS. Experienced Overlook Machinists required In our Factory, Manufacturing Ladies' and Men's Underwear Light, dainty and interesting work. Highest wages and bonuses. Centrally situated. Essential industry. Apply STIRLING HENRY (N.Z.), LTD.. 406. Queen Street, Auckland. MF4 CORSETIERE, WITH WDDE EXPERIENCE. WANTED AS MANAGERESS OF WELL-ESTAB-LISHED HIGH-CLASS CORSETRY AND LINGERIE BUSINESS. Situated in the Heart ,pf the City. The position is one that requires full experience in fitting and the capacity to control a wellappointed shop. Salary commensurate with ability, conditions are good and in keeping with the appointment. Apply BOX 1469. AUCKLAND. xll OFFICE JUNIOR REQUIRED URGENTLY BY A LARGE INDUSTRY ENGAGED IN ESSENTIAL WAR WORK. This opening presents an excellent opportunity for a bright, ambitious lad. Commencing salary £2 per week, with half-yearly increments. Apply, with copies of testimonials, to OFFICE JUNIOR. P.O. Box 17, Auckland. 13 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. FT?.. LTD., Penrose. 11 JUNIORS JUNIORS! The minute you step Into this Modern Building you'll want to work here. It's designed to get all the light and sunshine possible, to jive you every service and convenience. Working with light, delicate materials is a pleasure, and each operation Is simplified with up-to-date machines. GOOD WAGES PAID. BERLEI (N.Z.). LTD., Corner Wellesley and Nelson Streets. 10 MACHINISTS AND FINISHERS. FULL OR PART-TIME. Vacancies exist In a well-conducted Factory manufacturing Ladles High-Class Coats. The work is interesting and high wages are earned under our generous bonus system. Hours not less than 20 per week can be arranged to suit the convenience of part-time workers. ' . Call or Phonej 44-715." PARISIAN COAT MANUFACTURING CO., LTD. Eliot's Block, Eliot Street. xl 3

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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