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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945
SITUATIONS VACANT CARPENTER, good; top wages.—Apply on job, 435, Riddell Rd., Glendowie. or 14, Old Lake Rd.. Devonport. 15 COAT 'MACHINISTS and Table Hands; wages well above the minimum. Also Apprentices and improvers.—J. Zam, 323, Queen St. 44-089. D 4 CUTTER for neckwear and blouses, dainty and interesting work, ideal conditions and bonuses; essential industry; small workroom. —Exquisite Finish. 3rd Floor. Brunswick Bldg., Queen St. 16 COOK, Ist. and Kitchen Assistant; 5-day week.— Cottage Tearooms. Shortland Street. COOtt. Third?— Apply Star Hotel. Albert St. x! 5 COOK, breakfast only.—Hotel Gardiner. Phone 42-477. 15 COOK, Female, for small Grill Room; night work. 75. Symonds St. 15 COOK, capabfe. also Apprentice, home cookery. Milford. Saturdays free.—Phone 78-670. 15 COOK, Waitress, and General (female): good .conditions and wages«—Ye Jolly Farmers' Hotel. Drury. Phone 565. Papakura ! DENTAL MECHANIC "for Wellington; good wages and working conditions; excellent opportunity for advancement. —Phone 45-037. or write P.O. Box 2184, Auckland. 21 FARM HAND required for Auckland Mental Hospital; 42-hour week; salary, single man £254. married £301 p.a.; living out.—Apply Medical Superintendent. 15 FEMALE INVOICE CLERK, essential industry; 5-day week, good prospects.—Apply in own handwriting to M.G., Box 1356, Auckland. 15 FISHWORKERS required, permanent work and good wages; young, inexperienced men will be taught the trade, which has good prospects.— Apply personally, Sanford, Ltd., «JelJicoe__St ; 15 FOOTWEAR TRADE —The manufacturers of Dalton 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 GARDENER—AppIy 41, Kingsway Ave., Sandringham. * - GARDENER, steady position, good conditions. — Apply 26. Owens Rd.. Epsom. Phone 60-311. 15 GENERAL, Female, experienced, small hotel.— Phone_2o-803. , 1 xlb GENERAL" BOILERMAKER, experienced, must be good welder.—Apply Workshop Manager. Fa rl ifJ Engineering Co., Madden St. I GIRL to~ learn Halrdressing.—Phune 30-290. 16 GIRL SHOP ASSISTANT.—Mackie's Bakery. Epsom. Phone 64-253. iLlr GIRL, bright, Christian, to assist in bookshop; closed on Saturdays.—Bible House^ Symonds St. 17 GIRL. Serlor. for cur Stores Branch; able to take out trial balance, shorthand and typing; £4 1 3 per week; essential industry.—The tCaipara Co-operative Dairy Factory Co.. Ltd., P.O. Box 20. Helensville. : GIRLS, aged 15 to 16. neat at sewing; pleasant working conditions.—"Charmaine," Cabaret Metropole Building. GIRLS and Women wanted; good conditions and wases. Those willing to work overtime can make really big wages. Come out and see the woik you will be required to do. —Auckland Laundry. Ltd. Grey Lynn. HAIRDRESSER, good style setter, original.—Elsie Hubber, 96, Karangahape P.d. D 4 lIAI RD RESS~ER "beau ty~ salon, relieve week; £7: accommodation o.k. —L. Moore, Salon, Putaruru. l HAIRDRESSIER", gent's. steady. reliable man. wanted; ideal conditions; permanent; £6 5/ clear. Phone 40-701. 16 1 HOUSEMAID wanted.—Apply Hotel Auckland. P 4 HOUSEMAID, live in.— Apply Matron, Blir j£ Institute. HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS.— Apply Matron. People's Palace. Queen Street. fP
HOUSEMAID WAITRESS. experienced.—Astor Hotel. Symonds fV St. 15 HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS for bed and breakfast: good wages and conditions.— Apply Hotel Northland. X L S CORSETIERE. WITH WIDE EXPERIENCE WANTED AS MANAGERESS OF WELL-ESTABLISHED HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE AND LINGERIE BUSINESS Situated in the' Heart of the City. The position is o-.e that requires full experience In fitting and the capacity to control a wellr.ppeinted shop. Salary commensurate with abili'.y. Conditions are good and in keeping with the appointment. Apply 'BOX 1469. AUCKLAND. xls FEMALE CORRESPONDENCE CLERK. A Progressive and Expanding Company offers an attractive position *o a Competent Young Lady, aged 25-30, capable of undertaking credit correspondence and general clerical work. Working condit- is are well above average, and a good salary a. ~ prospects are assured to the successful applicant. . .WRITE B.J. 0206, STAR. 1 & GIRLS" 15-18 YEARS OF AGE GIRLS. We offer an excellent future to conscientious Juniors wishing to learn the making of Babywear, Children's Frocks, etc. Expert tuition given in making garments throughout. Dainty, interesting work. Earn while ycu learn. J. M. BARTLETT AND CO.. LTD.. 120, Grey's Avenue. 1~ N S L R A N C E. Company- trarisac'ng- Fire. Marine and Accident business has a vacancy for an OFFICE JUNIOR This is an opportunity for eithei a Boy or Girl. The work is interesting, with excellent opportunities of advancement. Attractive commencing salary, wi.h six-month.y increases. Five-day week.
Apply in first instance to B.J. 0199. STAR. 16 O h c R E T A RY - SURVEYOR REQUIRED FOR UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION w AT DUNEDIN Knowledge ol Insurance principles essential. Appliialiens, wi'h COPIES of te? Imonla.s stat.ng ace and experience, and submitting specimen of plan, to be forwarded to "Surveyor-Secretary." Care CHARLES HAINES ADVERTISING AGENCY. Dunedin. :xlB G R E E R & SON. LTD. 38-44 DOUGLAS STREET, PONSONBY, AUCKLAND. W.l. Offer Constant Employment to APPRENTICES. IMPROVERS AND JOURNEYWOMEN For the Making ot Men's and Boys' Outerweal Shirts and Pyjamas, and Women's Underwear Excellent Cafeteria: milk, sugar and tea supplieo iree. Medical Clinic in charge ol qualified sister Good bonus system. D TWO JUNIORS ARE REQUIRED To learn high-class machining on ladies' and men's clothing. This central, sunny workroom offers congenial cor.ditions to willing and intelligent girls; good wages and bonus. APP ' y 515, COOKE'S BUILDING, Queen Sjtreet. xls U~N IVERSITY OF OTAGO. CHAIRS OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY. Applications are invited for the following positions:— (a) PROFESSOR OF HISTORY. (b) PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY. The salary for each position Is £ 1075 per annum. Full particulars may be obtained from the undersigned. H CHAPMAN, xls ReglSt l ar _ CITY OF AUCKLAND. APPLICATIONS FOR POSITION OF SANITARY INSPECTORS (4). Applications will be received at the office ot the Town Clerk. Town Hall. Auckland, up to 4 om on FRIDAY. August 31, 1945, for the posilion of Sanitary Inspector on the staff o! the Auckland City Council. The commencing salary will be at the rate of £366 per annum (gross £397 6/), rising by two. annual increments to £416 per annum (gross £449 16/).
Conditions of appointment may be obtained at the office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall. Auckland. -j,. AS HBY. •22 Town Clerk. C. R E Y T O W N HOSPITAL. AFTERNOON SISTER. Applications, addressed to the Matron. Greytown Hospital, are invited for the position of' Afternoon Sister at the Gr'eytown Hospital, Greytown. Salary at the ratej ot £200 per annum, rising to £220 after 12 months. Eight-hour duty. One day off per week. Live in and free uniforms. Apply, stating age. and forward copies ot recent testimonials not later than August 24. 1945. NORMAN LEE. Managing Secretary. PO. Box 96 Masterton. : 15 SENIOR SALESLADY. We will shortly have a vacancy for a thoroughly proven Saleslady to fill a first-class position in our Showroom, and we invite applications now. The position carries a good wage, plus bonus lor the right person. Also required, a JUNIOR GIRL for General Shop Duties and to be trained as a Saleslady. Apply CINEMODES (N.Z.), LTD., 158-160, Queen Street. 17 FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET FOR YOUNG GIRLS. Read what one of New Zealand's most up-to-date factories ofTers you. Look at the photos of the sunns' Manufacturing Floor, the spacious Cafeteria, where mornir.g and afternoon tea and lunch are served; the Hospital, where nursing and medical attention are free. Our production methods assure handsome bonuses. Write or phone for your Free Booklet, or call and see the Personnel Officer. APPRENTICES. IMPROVERS AND JOURNEYWOMEN Are required immediately for Machining, Finishing and Pressing at CHILDSWEAR. LTD.. CB T ' 3SWEAR BLDG.. 160-176. Albert St., C.l. Fliones 43-636, 40-303. x-1
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945
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