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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
UU.MKSTICS wa.-VJi__J COMPANION-HELP, good plain cook, modern, all electric home, on bus route. 12 miles City: good wage.—S. 1174, Staf. ±i COOK, private home, comfortable conditions, good wages.—Phone 60-450 : . 14 DOMESTIC "HELP, 2 mornings weekly, 8 to 12. Parnel__2 6 hour.—Phone_4l-206. xll OOMESTIC, voimg. assist mother, new home, seaside suburb; I>S days free; good wages.—Phone 63-699. xll GENERAL or housekeeper; references required; Mt. Eden.—Ring 60-907. H HELP," half-day, "small wash and cleaning; St. Hehers.—Phone 50-219. 11 HELP, daily. 9 - 12." in new home, handy to tram. Great South Rd.—S. 2032. Star. ___H HOUSEKEEPER, Lady Help wanted. —Apply St. Matthews. 1. Vincent St.. City. 13 HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Remuera home, cooking and downstairs work; no laundry work; sleep in; good wages.—Phone 24-202. x " HOUSEKEEPER,""urgent, Takapuna, for approx. 3 months, small electric home; 3 young children; £2 10- clear.—B.J. 0152. Star. HOUSEKEEPER, particularly clean, capable, take charge doctor's modern home; 2 adults only.— Phone 81-493, week days, or write T.H.. 2108. SjrAß_ 11 WOMAN, capable, live in or out; child no objection.—Phone 54-708. 11 WOMAN, for light "laundry, fortnightly. Epsom.— Please phone 62-442. xll WOMAN~fcr general cleaning. Doctor's Rooms. 1 morning weekly.—Phone 13-019. 9 to s,_Monday_. 11 WOMAN, 3 mornings weekly from 8 o'clock. Remuera district, near Newmarket.—Ring 16-027 11 WOMAN, capable; good cook essential; fond of children; no washing or upstair work; good conditions; Epsom district: wages £3 10, .—Write B.J. 0146. Star. 11 WOULD Girl or Woman mind small child. Westmere district, one afternoon weekly: can have use of typewriter, artist's desk, phone.—For particulars. Write s. 2162. Star. _ 11 WAITRESSES, WAITERS AND HANDYMEN FOR PAKURANGA RACES AT ELLERSLIE. AUGUST 18. Apply JOHN SINCLAIR, Owen's Road, Epsom. :11 SITUATIONS VACANT ALTERATION HAND for Alterations of New Garments.—Apply Adrian Downs. Power Board Bldg.. or_Phone_4l-368. __H APPRENTICES, Machinists, Finishers, trocks.— Dorpthy Gowns, Foresters' Bidg., Albert St. WS4 APPRENTICE wantdt for Furniture Polishing Trade. —Apply Imperial Furniture Co.. 5. Lincoln | Street, Ponsonby. Phone 26-937 11 APPLICATIONS are" invited from junior and Intermediate Girls interested in or studying bookkeening or typing, to join the clerical staff of a progressive retail store.—Apply in writing or in person to the Manager, Wiseman's Sports Stores. Queen St.. Auckland. __ ARMATURE - WINDERS and Automotive Electricians required for our Automotive Department; good conditions.—Apply Electric Construction Co.. 52, Fort Street. _ 11 ARTHUR H. NATHAN, LTD., requires experienced and competent Gent's Hairdresser for Country Town; excellent working conditions and good wages. 11 ASSISTANT, capable, for Home Cookery Kitchen. Phone 70-J49. 11 ASSISTANT, smart, capable, for modern Poultry and Fish Retail Shop.—Apply Mrs..Marinovich, 270. Queen St.__C_ 11 ATTENDANT for Leah Taylor's Treatment Rooms. Chancery Chambers. This Is an opportunity to receive a thorough training in this modern method of Health Treatment. Salary £4 a week. Age from 25 to 40. xll BAKEHOUSE LABOURER, senior, required urgently.—Applv Manager, Kent's Bakeries, Ltd.. York St., Newmarket. 11 BAKEHOUSE LABOURER. F-nior. required urgently.—Apoly Manager, Ker<*r Bakeries, Ltd., York SI- Newmarket. ■ 11 BARMEN and Glassmen. Ellerslie Races, Saturday. 18th.—Apply imperial Hotel. 13 BOILERMAKERS & ASSISTANTS, APPRENTICES. MEN for our Pipe Department. also factory Youths. Modern workshops with good staff omenities. Prospects for regular employment for Men willing to learn.—N.Z. Steel Pipe and Tank Company. Ltd., Penrose. 11 BOOKBINDER for half-bound work and finishing, highest .wages to good man.—Leighton's. Nelson Street- Dll BOOKBINDER — The Auckland Public Library requires the services of a qualified Bookbinder. — Apply Chief Librarian, Public Library. Wellesley St. East. Auckland. C.l. :xll BOOKKEEPER, intermediate, required immediately, male or female. —Sexton. Manning and Fortune. Solicitors. Box 260. Auckland. 11 BOOT REPAIRER—First-class Bench Hand, permanent position.—Apply Macalister, 74. Quay StOi ty. 11 BOOT REPAIRS—Good All-round Man; Good Boy to Learn Trade; only those keen to advance need apply.—Uneeda Shoe Service, Bus Terminal. City. 11 BOY for Woodwork; £3 week.—2, Ruru St., Eden Terrace. 11 BOY for Furniture Factory.—H. A. Taylor, Ltd.. i 204. Eden Tee. 14 , BOY wanted to learn trade.—Onehunga Dry Cleaners, 258. Queen St., Onehunga. _D 4 BOY wanted for delivery; bicycle provided; good wages.—Alpe Bros, and Co.. Ltd.. _Fo_t_S_ 14 BOY wanted for Cabinetmaking Shop.—R. J. Rosen. Ltd., 226-228. Dpmimonßoad. 11 EOT or Youth for Machine Ishop.—Apply Mason and Porter. Ltd.. Cleveland Rd- Parnell. 14 BOY, smart. Store and Messages: good prospects, commencing wage £1 10'.— Apply R. and E. Tingey and Co.. Ltd.. SG, Customs St. East. 11 BOY for apprenticing in our Upholstery Dept.: essential industry; 5-day week.—Apply F. Furnell, Ltd.. Chairmakers and Upholsterers, West St., Newton. 14 BOY for Paint Shop as apprentice to signwriting and painting, or a Youth as improver.— Apply Winstone. Ltd.. Symonds St. 14 BOY or Youth, mechanically-minded, for Factory Work; good wages and conditions.—Apply Lane i and Sons, Milford. Phone 78-619. xl 3 1 BOY or Youth for messages and shop work; £2 per week. —Automutors Reconstruction, Ltd., St. Patrick's Square. 11 . BOY"~as~"junior in Main Office; excellent experience, for ambitious boy; also Boys to train as Junior Shop Assistants.—Staff Manager, George Court and Sons. Ltd.. Karangahape Rd. xl 3 BOYS (2), Learn Specialist's Trade; good prospects and wages.—Ring 17-314. 11 BOYS, 15-17 years, interesting, light woodwork; good wages.—33, Dean St., Grey Lynn. 13 BOYS wanted for Radio Work.—Apply Beacon Radio. Ltd.. 32. Fanshawe St. 14 BRICKLAYERS' LABOURERS; good money.— Phone 27-887. H BUTTON SEWERS for Ladies' Coats and Suits: full-time position are offered to those who are • wanting light work in a modern workroom: excellent conditions.—Apply F. M. King and Co--163-167. Albert St. 13 CABINETMAKER for Antique and Piano Dept.; high wages and good conditions.-i-Atwaters, Civic Square. ' U CAFETERIA ASSISTANT required: light work, good hours. —Apply R. Greer and Son, Ltd., 38-44, Douglas St., Ponsonby, Auckland, W.l. 11 CARPENTER, good tradesman.—Apply Job, 844, Dominion Rd.. Balmoral. xll CARPENTER, Cottage hand.—Apply on job, Banks Rd- Mt. Wellington. 11 CARPENTER, good, reliable; good conditions; prospect of foreman.—Phone Corr, 17-638. 11 CARPENTER, Finishing Hand, few weeks.—New house, tiled roof. Sylvan Av- Northcote. 11 CARPENTER, 4/ hour, good cottage hand. —Apply Esmond 'Road job, Takapuna. Transport provided. Northcote, Birkenhead area. _U CARPENTER, tradesman, to assist on Cottages and other general construction: good wages and condi- ' tions, no lost time; single men's accommodation only.—N.Z. Forest Products, Ltd., Pinedale, Putaruru. 13 CARPENTERS for State Flats Contract, Symonds St.—Applv on job. Phone 42-095 or 41-402 and ■ 50-176 (evenings). W._H. Whittaker ami Co. xl 3 CARPENTERS, first-class tradesmen for City and Suburban work; good conditions, 44 hours, 5-day ; week.—N. Cole, Ltd. Phone 31-764, or after 7 1 p.m. D. McLaren,_ 24-990. __ 11 ' CHEF, experienced, female, for Remuera Household, living conditions are excellent, time off ■ extremely liberal: wages £4 clear.—For appoint- ; ment_ phone_2s-328. 14 CLERK, for General Office Work; good wages and excellent prospects for smart Girl.—Apply ■ Secretary. J. R. Robertson, Ltd., Auctioneers. 201. Queen St. (opp. John Court's). 11 COAT MACHINISTS and Table Hands; wages well above the minimum. Also Apprentices and ! improvers.—J. Zam, 323, Queen St. 44-069. D 4 ■ COMPANIONABLE Educated ~Lady. writing, ctc--1 4 to 5 days' weekly, short hours.—47. Paice Ave.. off Dominion Rd. xll COoTt~for"ima"l]""g"uest house.—Phone 48-521. x! 4 ; COOK, First, 5-day week.—Cottage Tea Rooms. Shortland St. xl 4 COOK for Hotel in City; good wages and conditlons; sleep out.—Ring 42-119. xll COOK, Second, good wages.—Savoy Restaurant. 240, Queen Street, opp. Thistle- Hotel. xll DAY PORTER, steady, reliable. —Imperial Hotel. xll DESIGNER, Dressmaker, make snappy frocks at home for shop.—Write F. 1687. Star. II DRAPER'S ASSISTANT, female, with some experlence.—Phone 64-088. 13 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, Star. 11 ENGINEDRIVER, 2nd ticket, for Country Sawmill; slab firing: 4-roomed house available. —Apply Te Puke Sawmills, Private Bag._ Auckland. 11 ELECTROPLATING. We require two youths or boys for our bronzing department immediately. Successful applicants will be taught the trade. City Electroplating Company,_4o. Street. 11 ESSENTIAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY 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.l. xll FARM MANAGER (working) wanted for Farm of 1700 acres, sheep and cattle: good home in good , locality; applicants must be thoroughly experienced i in stock and all farm work; good salary to right man.—Apply, in writing, to Bryant House Trustees. Hamilton. xl 3 FROCK MACHINISTS, Improvers, Juniors.— Berkeley Frocks Workroom, at rear 4, Abbey St., i Newton, or Majestic Theatre Bldg., Queen St. 11 ELDERLY MAN required to act as Plnman on • Breast Bench: old (Breast Bench Sawyer preferred.—Apply Casemtll Manager, N.Z. Forest , Products, Ltd., O'Rorke Rd., Penrose. • 11 i FIREWOOD 'CUTTERS required on contract. large tea-tree bush.—Apply Winstone, Ltd., Queen S St., Auckland. . . 11
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
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