SITUATIONS VACANT I COOK for small guest house.—Phone 48-521. x! 4 ' COOK. Third.—Apply Star 1 Hotel. Albert St. x! 5 ' COOK, 2nd, good wages.—Savoy Restaurant, 240. Queen St. 14 COOK. First. 5-day week.—Cottage Tea Rooms. Shortland St. xl 4 COOK, Female, for small Grill Room; night work. 75. Symonds St. 15 DAY PORTER, reliable, steady.—lmperial Hotel. . xl 4 DAY PORTER, experienced.—Apply Newmarket Hotel. Phone 20-905. 14 FEMALE INVOICE CLERK, ' essential industry; 5-day week, good prospects.—Apply in own handwritlng to M.G., Box 1356, Auckland. 15 FOOTWEAR TRADE—The manufacturers of Daiton Debs offer in their Wakefield St.. City, division, positions for Skilled Machinists and Girls who desire to qualify under expert tuition.—Apply to Mrs. D-'-'-on, c,'o W. Monks. Ltd., 9, Wak<--field St.. City. 16 FOREMAN, Quarry Face, wanted for our metal quarry, Femdale Road, Ellerslie; must be experienced in use of popper drill, Darring down and in use of explosives: ticketed man preferred; good conditions.—Apply Wilson, Rothery, Ltd., Panmure Road, Ellerslie. 5.E.6. 14 GENERAL, Female, experienced, snrall hotel.— Phone 20-803. xl 6 GIRL to learn Hairdressing—Phone 30-290. 16 GIRL SHOP ASSISTANT.—Mackie's Bakery. Epsom. Phone 64-253. Xl 5 GIRL or Woman for Milk Bar, Cafeteria; £3 week clear.—Apply Jack and Jill. 82, Pitt St. x! 4 GIRLS, 16 years and over; good wages to willing workers.—J. F. Brown and Sons. Brush and Mop Manufacturers. Portage Rd., New Lynn. Xl 4 GIRLS as learners for cash desk, with view to becoming expert cashiers; also Girls to train as Junior Shop Assistants.—Staff Manager. George Court and Son. Ltd., Karangahape Rd. x! 4 GIRLS and Women wanted: good conditions and wages. Those willing to work 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 GLAZlEß—Permanent work available for capable workman.—Apply Smith and Smith, Ltd., Albert St. 14 GROCER. Senior, wanted, good conditions.—Apply Mutual Help Co-op. Society, Otahuhu. xl 4 GROCERY — Girl, smart, some experience preferred; good conditions and wages.—Ph. 62-368. . Xl 4 HAIRDRESSER, good style setter, original.—Elsie" Hubber. 96, Karangahape Rd; D 4 HOUSEMAID wanted.—Apply Hotel Auckland. D 4 HOUSEMAID, live in.—Apply Matron. Blind Institute.- • xls HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.—AppIy Matron. People's Palace. Queen Street. . 16 HOUSEMAID WAITRESS, experienced.—Astor Hotel. Symonds St. 15 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS for bed and breakfast; good wages and conditions.—Apply Hotel Northxls HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS, start immediately; weekends free; live in or out.—Aurora Hotel, Victoria Street West. • xlB JUNIOR TYPISTE, with knowledge of Shorthand preferred; an opportunity to learn modern methods in modern city office; 5-day week.— Apply W. Burns and Co., 41, Albert St. Phone 48-156. 14 KITCHEN HELP.—7S, Symonds St. 16 KITCHEN ASSISTANT, 5-day week.—Cottage Tearooms, Shortland St. 14 KITCHENMAID, good hours, no Saturday.—Tul Tearooms. H.M. Arcade. 15 LEGAL—Shorthand Typiste. senior or intermediate, in charge of office; salary substantially above award rates.—Phone 48-796. 14 MACHINE EMBROIDERESS, whole or part-time; interesting and appealing work, good conditions.— Apply Ovanix. Ltd., 125. Albert St. Xl 6 MACHINE MOULDER (1) or Good Man willing to learn: also 2 Good Labourers.—Apply Mr. Howard. 242. Gt. North Rd. xH MACHINISTS wanted for our Sack Manufacturing Departments, good wages and conditions.—Apply McKendrlck Bros., Ltd., Broadway. Newmarket. Z MACDUFFS, LTD., require the services of a Junior Female Assistant; experience not essentlal.—Apply Manager. Queen St. 15 BOY WANTED BOY WANTED We have a vacancy for a Smart, Intelligent Boy, 16-17 years, with some mechanical ability. Wages are above'award, plus weekly production bonus. Apply Works Manager, DONAGHY'S ROPE AND TWINE CO., LTD. 14 FOREWOMAN FROCK FACTORY. Excellent prospects for Capable Person with thorough knowledge of trade and capacity to supervise s'aff ol 14. The position is permanent and carries a high salary.
Apply in writing stating qualifications. All applications strictly confidential. 2411, STAR. Xl 4 SHOE TRADE SHOE TRADE CONSOLE OPERATOR, Also Experienced HAND LASTER. Wanted for Wellington. Travelling expenses paid. Permanent position to suitable applicant.—Apply, in person to W. T. LIVINGSTONE, c/o Waverley Hotel, between 6.45 and 7.45 p.m. 14 ENGINEER'S ASSISTANT APPLICATIONS, on P.S.C. Form 17A (obtainable at main post offices), with COPIES ONLY ol testimonials, close noon, August 31. for position ot Engineer's Assistant. Public Works Dept., Napier Electrical District. Salary £340 to £435 p.a., plus c.0.1. bonus. Applicants should be capable of using the theodolite and taking charge ol survey party In connection with Transmission Line Survey and construction. Work involves track formation, bridge building and camp erection.— Secretary, P.S. Commissioner, Wellington. ' 14 FOOTWEAR TRADE FOOTWEAR TRADE Factory making high grade Women's Shoes require the following staff: . TWO CLICKERS, THREE MACHINISTS. TWO BENCHMEN For Making Department. THREE GIRLS For Boxing Department. We also have openings for Boys and Girls to be Apprenticed In All Departments. Good Wages and Conditions at— SWINTON AND OATES. LTD.. 27, West Street, Newton. 14 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 GIRLS 15-18 Y E A it s GIRLS WE Oi-FER TO CAPABLE AND CONSCIENTIOUS JUNIORS AN EXCELLENT FUTURE IN OUR UNDERWEAR FACTORY. Contentment, highest remuneration end a position that, with a fair trial, you will not readily 'eave. Light and artistic work. Centrally situated essential industry. Apply STIRLING HENRY (N.Z.). -JTD.. 406. Queen Street, Auckland. ' B4 FINISHERS FINISHERS FINISHERS THIS IS AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPERIENCED FINISHERS of Ladies' Coats and Costumes to receive veryhigh wages under ideal working conditions. WE OPERATE A GENEROUS BONUS SYSTEM FOR ALL OUR STAFF. Married Women could arrange to work part time to suit themselves. Call or Phone L. J. FISHER AND CO.. LTD.. Clothing Manufacturers, Gane Building, Anzac Avenue. Phone 40-805. xl 4 : f . THE EXPANSION PROGRAMME of one ol NewZealand's largest industrial organisations makes available the following positions:— (1) SENIOR FEMALE CLERK. (2) JUNIOR FEMALE CLERK, previous experience unnecessary. (3) INTERMEDIATE TYPISTE. The positions are permanent and good commencing wages will be paid. To the right type of applicant these positions offer excellent opportunities for advancement, with congenial working conditions in a modern office, a five-day week, and a generous staff superannuation scheme. Telephone 20-970 for appointment or write OPPORTUNITY, P.O. Box 269, Auckland, xl 4 A HAPPY WORKING STAFF IS THE KEYWORD OF EVERY MACHINIST Inspector. Finisher and Employee ol J. STEELE. LTD.. The "Corset Experts." GIELS GIRLS GIRLS Extra bonuses, high wages, central heating clean, comfortable work in our modern factory. Learn how to make those dainty Foundations; experts instruct. Beginners and Machinists urgently required. A home atmosphere, doing a most interesting Job. Learn to do a Job now to help you in your future home. Ino.ulre Factory Manager. J. STEELE. LTD.. 445. Karangahape Road. opp. Newton P.O. Phone 43-829 or 43-920. TH4 LADIES* COAT MACHINISTS. Auckland's Leading Retail Manufacturer Require; TWO COMPETENT MACHINISTS who desire to get out ot the rut ol mass production and become Specialists in High Class Model Work under 'the supervision ol overseas designer and expert manufacturer employing the latest tailoring methods, who sets the standard ol model work in Auckland. You must be neat and interested in your work and keen to progress. Wage* above award B.J. 0113. STAR.
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