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DOMESTICS WANTED CAPABLE, Middle-aged Christian Woman heme and evening meal In return for hep young children.—B.J. 0235. Star. capable"Middle-aged Christian Woman offered heme and evening meal in return for help wit vcung children.— Burdett. 59, Richard-0 Mt. Albert. COMPANION-HELP. 1 adult—Phone 26-387. 15 HOUSEKEEPER, dally. Millord.—PlloneJ?B-6'?o._ 15 lIOUSEKeIepKK. middle-aged, business Parnell. fi-2 daily: £2 clear: no laundry, reis. Phone 31-035. -— HOUSEKEEPER for small electric home. 2 adults 3 small children; £2 clear; school liolldajs and week-ends spent at seaside.— Ring' 60:635. io HOUSEKEEPER, farm, comfortable. - easy position. 2 adults, electric; state «ages, suit elderly refined woman.—B.J. 0223, STAR. WOMAN wanted" for housework, 8 301 to 11.30. Monday to Friday; Epsom.—Phone 63-751. WOMAN or Girl for housework lor Convalescent Home: no laundry or cooklng^^g!}.^l-S9j. xi_< SITUATIONS VACANT ALTERATION HAND (or Alterations oi New Garments.—Apply Adrian Gowns. Power Board Bld„.. or Phone 41-368. —— — APPRENTICES, Machinists. Fmishers. Dorothy Gowns, Foresters Bide.. Albert St. wfa APPRENTICES, Improvers. Machinists frock factory; excellent conditions, k, 0 " us <;t p h o"e F. Stvles, 318, Pacific Bldg.. Wellesley fat. fnone 44-673. ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT for Essential Engineering Industry; must be « ulck . a " d t „? l C - CU ( Tf ® KDeriflgures.—Write, giving age and details of esperi ence, to_W. 2777, Star. 1D ASSISTANT,"Junior, required as Branch Ass '^' a "[' clerical experience an advantage, good prospects of advancement.— Apply B ranch „, Dry Cleaning Co., Ltd.. Howe St., Newton. lb BOILERMAKERS and A.ssist on ts Apprentices, Men for our Pipe Dept.; also Factoiy souths, modern workshops, with good staff a® pro pects for regular employment foi men w mini, to learn.—N.Z. Steel Pipe and Tank Co., Ltd Penrose. — —— BOOKBINDER for half-bound ami fln ishing. highest wages to good man.—Leighton s. Ne * s D4 Street. — BOOT REPAIRS.—One good All-round Man; one good Boy to learn trade. Only those keen to advance need apply.—Uneeda Shoe Service, Bus Terminal. City. BOY wanted for Factory.—C. H. Frankham, N e^'" market. — — 1 HOV for Grocery Trade; good wages and condtt.ons. F.S. Store, Balmoral, Phone 6f)-I'to. i BOY" wanted to ledrn trade.— Onehunga Dry C 1 eaners, 258. Queen St.. Onehunga. u4 Bol' for Wire Working Machine and general.— Faulkner & Collins. Dominion Road. id BOY or Youth for Plaster Moulding Factory; good wages and prospects.—Apply 32. Princes Street, Onehunga. — BOY for showcard Studio, 5-day Transport Publicity. Campbell's Bldg.. Vulcan Lane. City. —- , BOYS are still wanted for light, interesting v.'"'k in our manufacturing engineering department. Good waces with overtime. Ideal conditions in A grade factory.—Apply to Auto Machine Manufacturing Co.. Ltd.. 18-20, Nelson Street. iL 3 BRUSH HAND required; award wages.—Phone 16-195. _ . - BUTCHER, shopman. North Shore resident p' ferred.—Apply Stokes. Milford. 1? CABINETMAKER or"" Joiner, good Job1 offered first-class tradesman; shop fitting.—Ph. 44-050 15 CABINETMAKERS (2). also Wood Turner; firstclass conditions and highest wages to experienced men.—Fhone 26-175. W. F. Harvey. New Century Furniture, corner Franklin Rd. and Wellington st.__ 15 CARPENTERS (2). private cottage work' 45-hour week, worked in 5 days; must be tradesmen.— Ring Home and Commercial Construction Co.. Ltd. Phone 54-921. _ 15 BOND AND BOND, LTD., Require the -Services of an INVOICE TYPIST. Senior or Intermedia.e. Excellent conditions. No Saturday* work. Apply to the Secretary, COMMERCE STREET. I CITY TIMBER YARD urgently requires Experienced Man for Orders and Tallying. Position temporary, but m*y become permanent. conditions and commence immediately. Reply with copies testimonials. H.W. 0203, STAR. 16 COMPETENT MATRON FOR RESIDENTIAL HOSTEL WANTED BY Y.M.C.A.. DUNEDIN. Good permanent position to suitable applicant. Salary and schedule of duties obtainable from General Secretary. Y.M.C.A.. DUNEDIN. 15

f'X-SERV ICEMEN AND WOMEN SEEKING EMPLOYMENT OR VOCATIONAL. ADVICE— I TH£ SERVICES' COMMERCIAL CONTACT CENTRE (Sponsored by the Business Community) is at your service gratis. Call FOURTH FLOOR. R.S.A BUILDING High Strtet. WS4 FITTERS FITTERS. Two Engineer Fitters required at our works near Otahuhu. Constant work at best ruling rates offered to competent tradesmen. Apply to Works Office, . PHONE 24-603. R. AND V/. HELLABY, LTD., 15 FOUR GOOD TROUSER MACHINISTS. ONE BUTTONHOLE MACHINIST used to Recce Also THREE YOUNG GIRLS TO LEARN TROUSER MACHINING. Apply R. T. WOODS. 16. Mackclvle Street. Grey Lynn. 16 girls OR WOMEN For essential work in Paper Goot.s Factory. Pleasant conditions, pood bonuses. ALSO GIRLS To learn Letterpress Feeding and- Binding. CAXTON PRINTING WORKS, LTD.. 17-19. Lower Federal Street. City. WSI GIRLS REQUIRED FOR SOFT FURNISHING WORKROOM. - to learn sewing of Quilts. Mattre.sses and Cushions. .Apply Manager. * MARSDEN AND CO.. LTD.. 35. Ga r ne* Road (ne.ir Zoo). Gvey Lynn. 17 GIRLS, COYS, YOUTHS AND MEN WANTED FOR LEATHER GOODS MANUFACTURING. Best conditions. High wages and bonus. W. B. DARLOW. Leather Goods Manufacturers, St.. off Napier St. WS4 GIRLS REQUIRED FOR ROMA TEA FACTORY. No Saturday work. Ideal surroundings. Clean work, good conditions. Apply personally to The Manager, ROMA TEA FACTORY. Shortiand Street. Auckland. *16 MACHINISTS, FINISHERS. IMPROVERS AND APPRENTICES lor Ladies' Costumes and Costs. Ideal working conditions, good wages and bonuses. Apply Forewoman, WEST END COSTUME CO.. LTD.. No. 2 Factory. Bray's Building. 239. Queen Street. Onehunga. D 4 MACHINISTS, . FINISHERS. PRESSEHS. WANTED FOR OUR SHIRT AND CLOTHING FACTORY. Constant employment in interesting light wcrk and good conditions. Flve-da.v week. Liberal Donuses WOOLLEYS. LTD.. 101. Federal street D* PANTRY MAIDS AND MIDDAY WAITRESSES, Full time. Also MIDDAY HELPERS. To Clear Tables during School Holidays. Staff privileges. No Saturday work. MANAGERESS, TEAROOMS. . FARMERS' TRADING CO.. LTD. I_.» PUREWA CEMETERY, REMUERA. MEN WANTED For General Maintenance and Grave Digging. Frequent Opportunities for overtime. Local Body Award. Apply to the Superintendent. PHONE 50-210 or 44-306. WS4 TOOL SETTER REQUIRED For Automatic Lathe Work. Must be capable of taking complete charge of shift. Good wages offered. APP 'AMALGAMATED PRODUCTS, LTD.. Corner Upper Nelson and Howe xl_7 WELL QUALIFIED GROUNDSMAN WANTED FOR AUCKLAND SECONDARY SCHOOL. Experience in preparing cricket wickets essential. Good wages offered. Apply in writing, enclosing copies of references to IC . B.J. 0230, STAR. ia

COOKHOUSE CATERER FOR. PORTLAND WANTED. Capable and experienced person, with staff, to run cookhouse for 40 or more men. New 5-roomed residence for caterer attached. For full particular apply Works Manager, WILSONS (N.Z.) PORTLAND CEMENT, LTD PORTLAND 15 GOOD CARPENTERS WANTED. RETURNING FROM OVERSEAS OR BEING RELEASED FROM CAMP. Excellent working conditions, working 48 hours a v.cek, fares and traveling time paid. Apply PHONE 71-264 OR BOX 17, DEVONPORT, Or to Mr. J. McKenzie, Foreman, W. WILLIAMSON CONST. CO, LTD., Shoal Bay Contract, Devonport. xls j u N I O R S .JUNIORS! The minute you step into this modern building you'll want to work here. Its designed to get all the light and sunshine nrt;«;ihle to give vou every service and conlenience. working with light. delicate materials is a pleasure, and each operation IT simplified with up-to-date machines. GOOD WAGES PAID. BERLEI (N.Z.), LTD., Cnr. Wellesley and Nelson Sts. 15 FOOTWEAR TRADE FOOTWEAR TRADE \ Manufacturer of Sandals and Sports Shoes has vacancies in all Departments for iriNIGR GIRLS TO LEARN MACHINING. JUNIOR, GJ boxing DEPARTM ENT. MACHINISTS. POUNDra C A™D AT NAIT..ER OPERATOR. lisr OP ERATORs! H FiNISHERS. Highest Wages to Skilled Wcrkeis. We are alsc- willing to heip Returned Men to rehabilitate themselves by teaching them the trade. Write, state age and eNpsrence. if any, to AdV'!- 01D£, Si'AR. xls

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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