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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
SQUABS. Well filled. Buttoned. Bound £Q/6 edsre. Strong brown or preen covering. x ' CUSHION FILLING. ?lb. bag. Superilnc. \l\\ STOOLS. Strong. Four-leg 6/11 • LACi VCDkI'C 155-159 Karangahape Road MtUVCKrH d AUCKLAND
SALESMAN, experienced, required immediately for our Retail Dress Department: no Saturday work. — Apply personally. Macky. Logan. Caldwell. Ltd. xll SERVICE CAR~DRIVER, qualified.—Apply P.O. Box 605. Auckland. ]} SHOP ASSISTANT, experienced preferred; North Shore resident.—Phone 71-GBl. xll SHO-THAND-TYPISTE. Junior, urgently: good working conditions.—Apply 217. Victoria Arcade. xll SHORTHAND~~TYIUSTeT confidential. Senior; permanent position, in legal office; good salary.— Apply Leary .t Giesen. Yorkshire House. 18 SIIORTIEAN D a rid Invoice Typist, intermediate, for General Merchant's Office: temporary or parttime, but permanent preferred; gooti wages; 5-day vveek.—G^_ Wallace and Co. Phone 40-738. 14 SHORTHAND-TYPISTE, experienced Young Woman required in Citv office: no Saturday work: liberal salary; prefer age 25 to 35.—Apply in own handwriting to Bicycles. 0991. Star. 11 SHORTHAND TYPISTE. one or two years' experience, salary to commence £3 per week, excellent prospects for advancement. — Apply John Henderson. Ltd.. Decorators, corner Swanson and Federal Sts.._ Auckland. 11 SHORTHAND-TYPIST—An opening is availnblo tor Senior Stenographer in old-established C ■' Merchant's Office; permanent position; state experience, qualifications, copies of references.— Write 8.0. 0982. STAR. xll SHOP ASSISTANT. Junior. Female. wanted urgently for city stationery and fancy goods shop: previous experience not essential; good working conditions flvc-da>_ week —s. 1831_St»e U SHOWROOM ASSISTANT, experienced. Senior or Intermediate, for Ladies' Knitwear Section of Showroom.—Staff Manager. George Court and Sens. Ltd.. ' Karangahape Rd. Xl 3 SHOWROOM ALTERATIONS — 2 Dressmakers, with fitting experience preferred, for Showroom Alteration Room; also GUI as learner for same room: exceptional training. — Staff Manager, George Court and Sons, Ltd., Karangahape Rd. Xl 3 SINGLE MAN or Boy wantrfi for Sheep Farm: good home, excellent accommodation and working conditions.—Ring 17-727. xll SMART BOY wanted for light work in our factory; good wages. 5-day week, with overtime optional.—Ring 60-822 or call Factory Foreman, Banks Box Co., Ltd.. 16, Taylors Rd., Morningside. U STENOGRAPHER CLERK, senior; shorthand essential.—Apply Leary and Giesen. Solicitors. Auckland. __ H STOiIESIAN, receiving and delivering, for our Egg Dept.—Apply J. Jones. Ltd.. City Markets. 11 TAILER-OUT "wanted for breakdown. Assistant Yardman, and Bushmen. —Apply P.O. Box 34, Hastings. L* TAILORESS, Coat Hands, able to do work at home: work delivered r.nd picked up.—Apply Robinson Bros.. 75. Lome St. Phone 32-388. 11 TAILORESS, Coat Hand, also Apprentice to Tailoring, girl or boy.—G. H. Lyon, McKenzie's Bldn., 120, Queen St., Auckland, xj} TEMPORARY BOOKKEEPERS, experienced, male or female, are required urgently by meat export company, essential industry.—Phone 49-554 for i nterview. — TYPIST, earn extra money at home; typing avaliable.—Box 328. 11 WAITRESS, experienced.—Apply De Luxe Grill Room. J7, Queen St. __? WAITRESS, experienced, full-time, good wages; also 5-8 p.m.—Queen's Cafe, opp. Plaza. xll WAITRESS," countD' hotel, ideal place, save money, good living_ quarters .—Phone_ 32-923. xll WAITRESS, good conditions, wages £3 clear, week-ends free.—Apply H. Anderson, Market Tea Room. Phone 30-970. • U WAITRESS wanted lor day work; half-day Saturday; no Sunday work: wages £2 10/ clear.— Apply Forsyth's Milk Bar. 63. Queen St. 10 WAITRESSES, part-time.—Savoy Restaurant, 240. Queen Street, opp. Thistle Hotel. xll IVArrRESSES (2) wanted, good hours and wages. dimng__rooms^—2 pstatrs. xl 6 WE required a Smart Boy. aged 16 or 17. for our Newmarket Branch. This is a good opportunity to learn the Grocery trade. Good wages to start. Applv Marriott's Stores. Ltd.. P.O. Building. Upper Symonds Street, or to our Branch Manager. WOMAN for Cleaning, Saturday mornings.—Apply Adrianne Bakery, 377, Manukau Road. 11 WOMAN ATTENDANT for Ladies' Rest and Toilet Rooms.—Apply Stall Manager, Smith and Caughey, Ltd., Queen St. 11 WOMEN or Girls for Pasting, Assembling and Painting, part-time or full.—Entatoys, Ltd., 2a, Empire Road, Greenwood's Corne_r._ 61-494. 11 WOMEN wanted for paint factory: light work, full or part time.—Apply Austral Super Paints. Ltd.. 104, Fanshawe St. 11 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. __» YOUNG LADY, 18 or 19 years of age. for our Children's Shoe Dept.—Dadley's, Ltd., 200, Queen Street. ii YOUTH wanted, used to metal work; £3.-2, New North Road. _1 YOUTH, strong, willing, for warehouse work; good prospects.—Carpet Ltd.. Mills Lane. 11 YOUTHS wanted to - learn Underprcssing. small factory, excellent conditions.— Apply Emms. 35. Rutland St.. City. 11 YOUTH for Butcher's Shop: no delivery.—Hydra Bacon and Meat Co., Ltd., 332. Karangahape Rd., next Vogue Theatre. 11 YOUTH - deities iJosition.-Assistant Window Dresser. I.C.S. pupil, also 2 years' experience show-card work.—Phone 17-840. 11 YOUTH to assist in Parts Store and Messages; driving license and knowledge of town necessary. Apply Winstone. Ltd.. SymondsjSt; 14 YOUTH, energetic. 16-18 years, as commercial orchard assistant: opportunity to learn: award and bonus; four miles Birkenhead. —Phone 27-849, or write B.J. 0116. Star. 11 YOUTHS, 16-18. required for Automatic Lathe work; pood wages.—Apply Amalgamated Products. Ltd., corner Upper Nelsonand Howe Sts. 14 A~BOY7 - 15-10, Is required for a Wholesale Warehouse; the successful applicant should be keen, energetic and ambitious and will have an excellent opportunity to learn all phases of warehouse work; this is an interesting: Job for an adaptable boy; no Saturday work, good Wages.—B.J. 0133. Star. " JUNIOR TYPISTE required for our General Office; shorthand desirable but not essential. Duties comprise Invoice typing and general routine. A 35-hour week is worked between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. Previous experience not necessary; apply in own handwriting.—Mason Bros. .Engineering Co., Ltd.. Pakenham Street, C .l._ 1I LIBRARIAN, part-time: neatness, accuracy, appearance and personality essential: experience not necessary, but an advantage; preference will be given to applicants residing Mt. Albert district; attractive hours, conditions and wages.— For interview. Phone 40-393, the Overseas Book Club, Mt. Albert^ Branch. 11 LUBRICATION ENGINEEK—A Major Oil Company requires the services of a Lubrication Engineer; preference will be given to a qualified engineel with university- training and practical experience: must be under 35 years of age and willing to live anywhere in the Dominion. —State qualifications and address applications to 8.G.. 0999, Star. _i_ MACHINE MOULDERS or Men willing to learn. This is a great opportunity to learn a useful trade .under favourable conditions. Suitable Men will be employed permanently in our Modern Foundry at Mt. Wellington.—Mason and Po'ter, Ltd.. corner of Panmure Rd. and Mt. Wellington Highway. OFFICE GIRL, Senior or Intermediate; shorthand - typing not necessary: must be accurate at figures; an attractive permanent position for an intelligent and reliable worker.—Apply in writing or in person, with copies of refs., to the Secretary, Auckland Laundry, Ltd., Surrey Cres., Grey Lynn. ' 11 P. R. OILMAN, LTD.. Grey St., Onehunga—We have vacancies in a clean, progressive essential industry for Girls and Young Women; girls residing in or near Onehunga can save travelling time 'and fares by commencing with us.—Phone 54-852, or call Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9 and 4. 11 STAFF VACANCIES for 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.. T,td.. 163-107. Albert St. 13 APPLICATIONS are invited from Intermediate or Senior Lady Bookkeepers to fill a vacancy on our expanding clerical staff. A knowledge of Burroughs machine bookkeeping will be an advantage. but is not essential, as this training can be acquired with the firm. The position otters excellent prospects and remuneration will be paid in accordance with ability.—Apply in person or in writing to the Manager, Wiseman's Sports Store:.. Queen Street. Auckland. H. MAN (30 to 45 years) required for our Dry Cleaning Department, who has had a thorough training in general business: capable of enntrclling staff and organising new business, with a good sales record preferred. The position offers on excellent opportunity lor advancement and salary will be a scrcoJary consideration to man with the above qualiiications. Applications will be treated with the strictest eonri-1' i-e. Apply personally, write or phone.—Staff Manager, Nagels Creations, Ltd.. 79-81, Lome Street. Auckland. 11 ANTIQUES SALESGIRL REQUIRED, Preferably aged 20 to 25. An interesting and congenial position for a neat, pleasant Girl, who would like to learn about antiques. Attractive working conditions and above award wages. ' B.G. 0893. STAR. 11 ASSISTANT STOREMAN WANTED Five-Day Week and Permanent Position for suitable man. Apply to the Stationer, Auckland Star Office, Shortland Street. D 4 AUCKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD FOREMAN GARDENER for the Auckland Hospital. This is a duration appointment. Award wages and conditions. Personal or written application should be made to the office of the Board, Kitchener Street. 11 R. F. GALBRAITH, Secretary. BINDERY GIRLS BINDERY GIRLS. Experienced or inexperienced Girls required for Box Section. Good wages and conditions. HARVISON AND SEYMOUR. LTD.. Printers and Manufacturing Stationers, 129-131,_Albert_ _Str r.et, C.l. 13 SITUATIONS VACANT CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO. WEATHER AND TIDES Auckland weather forecast: Fair to fine, apart from isolated showers near West Coast to-morrow; cold night, but moderate day temperatures. Sunset to-day, 5.43; sunrise to-morrow, 7.08. Hijrli water to-day, 10.'>! p.m.; to-morrow, 10._3 a.m.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
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