COMPANIES ACT 1938. - Notice of inten
tion to Apply for a Certificate of Incor- poration of a Company by the Name of WILSON SPORTING GOODS CO. PTY. LIMITED.-Pursuant to Section 26 (8) (a) (ii):-The particulars of "the company are as follows:-1, The name, address, and de- scription of the promoter Is Henry Powell Box. of 472 Bourke street Melbourne, solici- tor. 2. The names, addresses, and descrip- tion of the proposed directors are Henry Powell Box and James Rogers Thomson, both of 472 Bourke street. Melbourne, soli- citors. 3. The proposed situation of the registered office of the company is 472 Bourke street. Melbourne. 4. The company is not proposing to acquire the business and assets of any person. 5. No liabilities are to be taken ~ over by the company. I, Henry Powell Box, of 472 Bourke street, Melbourne, solicitor, hereby give notice that I will, on the sixth day of December, 1945, APPLY to the Registrar-General to REGIS- TER the COMPANY above described, under the provisions of the Companies Act 1938, In accordance with the memorandum and articles of association lodged herewith, and I hereby direct that notice of any caveat which may be entered against such regis trotion.may be posted addressed as follows: H. P, Box, 472 Bourke street. Melbourne. Dated this 31st day of October. 1945. HENRY P. BOX. Lodged in the office of the Registrar-General this thirty-first day of October. 1945. J. QUINLIVAN. Deputy Registrar-General._ CREDITORS, next of kin. and all others
having CLAIMS against the estate of SAMUEL MICHAEL BOURKE, late Of Maffra. In the State of Victoria, laborer, deceased. Intestate, are required to SEND PARTICULARS thereof to the Public Trustee for South Australia, Pirie street. Adelaide, on or before the 5th> day of January. 1946. otherwise they mav be excluded when the r assets are being distributed. ARTHUR F.
RICE Se Co.. solicitors. Maffra._ ERNEST WILLIAM LIBBIS. Late of Rose-
bud, Guest House Proprietor Deceased. After 14 days Stella Elisabeth Trueman Libbis. of Rosebud, widow, the executrix appointed by deceased's will (dated the 23rd July. 1945). will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the said WILL, leave being reserved to Ernest Charles Libbis, of Rosebud, concreter, the executor appointed thereby, to come in and prove the same at any time. JAMES P. OGGE, LL.B.. solicitor. 165 Greville street. Prahran. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE DANES, Late of
25 Alexandra Avenue. Elsternwick. Mar- ried Woman, Deceased.-After 14 clear days Robert Danes, of 53 Balaclava road. St. Kilda. Gentleman, the executor appointed by deceased's will (dated 29th April. 1938), will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant" or PROBATE of the said WTLL. PRICE Se CHAMBERLIN. solicitors, 443 Chancery lane. Melbourne._ FLORENCE MARIAN SHALLARD. Late of
Pakenham East. School Teacher, De- ceased.-After 14 clear days Samuel Shallard. of Pakenham East, retired estate agent, the executor appointed by deceased's will, dated 15th Ma/. 1921. will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the WILL. J. V. SHALLARD, solicitor. 34 Queen street. Melbourne._ FRANCIS BECKHAM, Late of 1801 Mal-
vern Road, East Malvern. Gentleman, De- ceased.-Alter fourteen clear days Augustus Beckham, of Jeffcott, farmer; Vincent Dew, of Charlton, salesman; and Raymond Joseph Crowe, of Charlton, solicitor, the executors appointed by the will of the said deceased, dated the second day of November, 1943. will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. R. J. CROWE, solicitor. Charlton._ GEOFFREY ALEXANDER WARING. For-
merly of Hartpury Mansions. Milton Street, tt. Kilda. But Late of Carpenter Street,
righton. Traveller. Deceased.-After 14 clear days Lois Mancell Waring, of Carpenter street. Brighton, in the State of Victoria, widow, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of the said State that PROBATE of the WILL, dated the 24th December. 1940. of said deceased be granted to her as the sole executrix named in and appointed bv said will. ALEXR. ORANT, DICKSON. Se MENHENNITT. solicitors. 119 William street. Melbourne._ GEORGE WALLACE ARNOLD, Formerly Of
Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point, Bris- bane, in the State of Queensland. Clerk, but Lately a Leading Seaman in the Royal Australian Navy, Deceased.-After fourteen clear days Margaret Phoebe Arnold, of Lambert street. Kangaroo Point. Brisbane aforesaid, widow of deceased, the sole executrix to whom probate of deceased's will was granted by the Supreme Court of Queensland on the 9th day of October, 1945, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria (Probate jurisdiction) to AFFIX its SEAL to such probate. MALLESON. STEWART. Se Co., solicitors, 46 Queen street. Melbourne._ HAROLD DUNSTONE. Late of 789 Sydney
Road,- Coburg, Victoria. Accountant. De Ceased.-After fourteen clear days James Alexander Forrest, of 103 William street, Melbourne, Victoria, solicitor, the executor appointed by deceased's will dated 20th September. 1933, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL, leave being reserved to Grace Dunstone the executrix appointed by the said will to come in and prove the same. HEDDERWICK. FOOKES, Se AL- STON. 103 William street. Melbourne, solicl tora for the executor._ HELEN BELL DUNN. Late of 41 Cole
Street, Elwood, Married Woman. De- ceased.-After fourteen clear days Vida Sarah Mills, of 601 North road, Ormond, married woman, and Ethel May Dunn, of 41 Cole street, Elwood, spinster, the exécutrices appointed by deceased's will, dated eleventh day of December, one thousand nine hundred and forty-two, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. ELLISON. HEWISON. te WHITE. HEAD, solicitors, 352 Collins street, Mel- bourne._ IN the Will of BUNDAH SINGH. Late of
Allestree, in the State of Victoria. Licensed Hawker, Deceased.-After fourteen days here- from THE BALLARAT TRUSTEES EXECU- TORS & AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, whose registered office is in Lydiard street north, Ballarat, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria for grant of LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION, with the will (dated the twenty-ninth day of October, one thou- sand nine hundred and forty-two) annexed, of the estate of the said Sundah Singh, deceased, the said company having been duly authorised by Donald Samuel Nicolson Cameron (in the said will called Donald Samuel Nicholson Cameron), of "Durban," Port Fairy, in the said State, the executor appointed by the said will, to make such application. Dated the thirtieth day of October, one thousand nine hundred and forty-five. CAMERON & LOWENSTERN, solicitors, Thompson street, Hamilton.
IVY ALICE WOOD. Late of 63 Locksley
Road. Ivanhoe, Married Woman, Deceased. Intestate.-After 14 clear days Robert Lind- say Gordon Wood, of". 63 Locksley road, Ivanhoe aforesaid, builder, the widower of the said deceased, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION of the estate of the said deceased. Dated the first day of No- vember. 1945. MADDEN and CANDY, sollcl tors. 443 Little Collins street Melbourne. _ JAMES BURT STEWART, Formerly of MurT
chison. Late of Number 14 Kyarra Street, Hampton, In the State of Victoria. Barrister and Solicitor, Deceased.-After 14 clear days from the publication hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of victoria by SANDHURST AND NORTHERN DIS- TRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS 'AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, of Number l8 View street, Bendigo, in the said State, and Galloway Stewart, of Tatura, in the said State, barrister and solicitor, the executors named in and appointed .by de- ceased's LAST WILL (dated the twenty-fifth day of August. 1944). for grant of PROBATE thereof. GALLOWAY STEWART, solicitor.
Murchison._ i . JAMES STEWART McLEAN. of 25 Redan I
Street. East St. Kilda. Victoria, Gentle- man. Deceased.-After fourteen clear days
THE PERPETUAL EXECUTORS AND, TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA I LIMITED, the' registered office of which is at 100-104 Queen, street. Melbourne. Vic- toria, and Malcolm Douglas McLean, of 237 Campbell street. Swan Hill Victoria Gentle- man (son of deceased), the executors ap- pointed by deceased's will, dated 4th Janu- ary, 1935, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria (Probate Jurisdiction) for PROBATE of such WTLL and a- codicil thereto also dated 4th January. 1935. MAL- LESON. STEWART. Se Cb.." solicitors, 46 Queen ~ street. Melbourne._ , ; JESSIE STRANG PATERSON. Formerly of
84 Cramer Street. West Preston. But Late of Alexander Private Hospital, 377 Heidel- berg Road. Fairfield, Spinster. Deceased. After fourteen clear days Joseph Aberdeen, of (¡4 Cramer street. West Preston Technical School principal, the executor appointed by deceased's will, dated 13th October. 1942. will JVPPLY to the Supreme Court tor grant of PROBATE of .the said WILL. A. O., SECOMB Se TIBS, solicitors. 128 -William . street. Melbourne._ KATE SELINA DAVIS, Late of "Malto,"
Elphinstone, in the State of Victoria,
Spinster. Deceased. Intestate.-After fourteen - Clear days THE PERPETUAL EXECUTORS AND TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION OF AUS- TRALIA LIMITED, of 100-104 Queen street. Melbourne, In the said State, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for iaE'iVERS of ADMINISTRATION of the estate of the abovenamed deceased, the said company Having been authorised to make such appli-
cation by James Mason Gordon Davis, of j ''Malto," Elphinstone aforesaid, trailer, a brother and one of the next of kin of the said deceased. H. S. W. LAWSON 4c Co., i solicitors, Castlemaine,
JOSEPH HENRY SANDY, Formerly of Day
Street, Bairnsdale, But Late of Tongio, Farmer, Deceased. - After 14 clear days Syd- ney James Sandy, formerly of 15 Marriott street, Caulfield, but now of 740 Dandenong road, Murrumbeena, retired storekeeper, and Florence Ethel Sandy, formerly of Day street, Bairnsdale, but now of Tongio, widow, two of the executors appointed by deceased's will, dated 12th October, 1934, and codicil thereto, dated 8th March, 1945, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria for PRO- .
BATE of the said WILL and Codicil. H. T.
LUMSDEN, solicitor, Omeo.
MONTAGUE JAMES IRVINE ARMSTRONG,
Late of New Plymouth, in the Dominion of New Zealand, Auctioneer, Deceased. After fourteen clear days Mabel Armstrong, of New Plymouth aforesaid widow of de- ceased the executrix to whom probate of deceased's will was granted by the Supreme Court of New Zealand. Taranaki District on the 10th day of May. 1944. will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria (Probate Jurisdiction) to AFFIX its SEAL to an Ex- emplification of the said Probate. MALLE- SON, STEWART at Co., solicitors, 46 Queen
NEAL FLETCHER NICHOLLS. Late of 11
Ardoch Street, Essendon, Retired Con- tractor, Deceased.-After 14 clear days Enid Ursula Elizabeth Nicholls, of Naval Depot, Flinders, member of the Royal Australian Navv Nursing Service, the executrix ap ro'nted by the deceased's will, dated the fifth day of February, 1945, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of Victoria for grant Of PROBATE of the said WILL. H HURRY & SON, solicitors, Kyneton, and at Wood- end^ and_Glsborne._
NOTICE is hereby given, that after the
exp'ration of fourteen days from the pub llcatiOT hereof application will be made to the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria, in its Probate jurisdiction, that LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION, with the will an- nexed (dated the 4th day of September. 18941 of the estate of ALEXANDER MCDONALD, late of Portland, in the said State, labourer, deceased, may be granted to Muriel Daisy Rau, of 2 Rugby street, Belmont. Geelong. In the said State, married woman, a grand-daughter and one of the -ext of kin of the said deceased. Dated this 31st day of October. 1945. JOHN PTER HASE, solicitor. Geelong._ NOTICE is hereby given, that -Alfred Ed-
ward Duke retires from the Arm of W. J. Duke, carrying on the business of furniture removal and storage, as and from the 1st November, 1945, and Alexander Marks, of 5 Cromwell road, South Yarra, will carry on the business under the same firm name of W. J. Duke, and he will be responsible for all debts and liabilities from that date. A. E. DUKE. ALEX. MARKS. Witness. R. G. Ball, solicitor. Mel- bourne. HENDERSON Se BALL, solicitors, 430 Little Collins st., Melbourne.
OTTO JUNCKEN, Also Known as Otto
Yuncken, Late of 16 Harcourt Street, Auburn, Contractor, Deceased.—After the ex- piration of fourteen clear days Otto Abrecht Yuncken, of Highton grove, Balwyn, archi- tect; and Hermann Lindsey Yuncken, of Gordon crescent, Blackburn, solicitor, the executors appointed by deceased's will, dated 13th June, 1945, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. H. L. YUNCKEN & YUNCKEN. of 431 Bourke street, Melbourne, solicitors for the applicants. RE ARTHUR JOHN THOMSON. Late of
Trafalgar. Farmer, Deceased.-After four- teen clear days Doris Thomson, of Colac, widow, the executrix appointed by de- ceased's will, dated the twenty-sixth day of August, one thousand nine hundred and forty-two, will APPLY to the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. Dated the first day of November, one thousand nine hundred and forty-five. C. W. ST. JOHN CLARKE, 1 Murray street. Colac, solicitor for the applicant.
ROBERT ALLAN HAIR Late of Wandin
North, in the State of Victoria. Farmer, Deceased. Intestate.-After fourteen clear days Ethel Dorothy Hair, of Wandin North, widow of the said deceased, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of LET- TERS of ADMINISTRATION of the estate of the said deceased. W. GERARD COLE, solicitor. 35 Station street, Oakleigh._ SARAH JANE HART, Formerly of l8
Speight Street, Northcote. But Late of 72 Park Street, North Fitzroy, Widow. De- ceased, Intestate.-After 14 clear days Leslie John Hart, of 316 Victoria street, North Melbourne, butcher, a son and the only next of kin of the said deceased, will APPLY lo the Supreme Court of Victoria for a £rant of LETTERS of ADMINISTRA- TION of the estate of the said deceased. DUGDALE, SIMMONS, Se STEVENS. "Pea- cock House." 486 Bourke street. Melbourne, solicitors for the applicant,_ SHEARER WATT. Formerly of The Mel-
bourne Harbour Trust (Dredging Depart- ment), Seaman, But Late of 46 Chetwynd Street, West Melbourne), in the State of Victoria Gentleman, Deceased.-After four- teen clear days THE UNION TRUSTEE COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED, of No. 333 Collins street, Melbourne, in the said State, the executor appointed by de- ceased's will, dated the twenty-sixth day of February. 1917. will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE thereof. TOLHURST. DRUCE, Se EMMER- SON, solicitors, 352 Collins street, Mel- bourne._
STIRLING JOHN CREEK, Formerly of
Laurel Grove. Blackburn. But Late of 5 Patricia Street. Box Hill, Retired. Deceased. -After the expiration of fourteen clear days Isabella Eleanor Creek, of 5 Patricia street. Box Hill, widow, the executrix appointed by deceased's will, dated 19th July, 1934. will APPLY to the Supreme Court for a grant of PROBATE of the said WILL. H. L. YUNCKEN & YUNCKEN, of 431 Bourke street. Melbourne, solicitors for the appli- cant. _._ _
THE ARGUS LAW REPORTS.
VOL. 51 NO. 20.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30.
HIGH COURT. _ MCILWRAITH, MCEACHARN LTD. V THE SHELL COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LTD.
SMITH v LEURS.
VICARS V COMMISSIONER OF STAMP DUTIES.
ADMIRALTY. - Jurisdiction - Colonial Courts of Admiralty-Appeal from State Supreme Court to High Court-Colonial Courts of Admiralty Act 1890 (Imperial), sees. 2, 16 (1)-Commonwealth Constitution, sec. 73-Judiciary Act 1903-1940. sees. 35, 39 Shipping-Limitation of liability-"Owner" Hirer of lighter-With exclusive possession and control-Negligent navigation - Damage to third vessel-Merchant Shipping Act 1894 (Imperial), sees. 2, 503-Merchant Shipping (Liability of Shipowners) Act 1898, sec 44 Merchant Shipping Act 1906, sees. 70 71, 85 -Merchant Shipping Act 1921, sec. 1 (2). MCILWRAITH, MCEACHARN LTD. V THE SHELL COMPANY- OF AUSTRALIA LTD.
NEGLIGENCE. - Action against boy And persons who adopted him-Injury caused by use of shanghai-Assault alleged against boy-Negligence alleged against other de- fendants. SMITH v LEURS.
REVENUE. - Death duty - Voluntary settlement-Creation of trust-Fund outside State when settled-Invested in company shares-Situate in State at time of death Stamp Duties Act 1920-1940 (N.S.W.). Sees. 100. 102. VICARS V. COMMISSIONER OF STAMP DUTIES. _ TRANSFER OF LAND ACT 1928. Sec. 79.
The Commissioner of Titles, having so directed, it is intended after fourteen clear days from this publication in the "Argus" to ISSUE to EUPHEMIA ELIZABETH STURKEN new CERTIFICATE OF TITLE to all those pieces of land being Crown Allotment 6 and that part of Crown Allot- ment 5. section 16, town and parish of Berwick, county of Mornington, described in Certificates of Title, vol. 3423. foi. 684579, and vol. 3425. foi. 684973. in lieu of those certificates the duplicates of such having as is alleged been lost. Dated 25th October, 1945, S. J. W. -VARDON. Asst. Registrar of Titles. McKean & Park, solicitors. 84 William street. Melbourne._ WILLIAM HAY LEITH CRUICKSHANK.
Formerly of "Terka," Kirkstall, Grazier, and Late a Member of the A.I.F. Deceased. -After 14 clear days James Douglas Cruick- shank, of Warrong, grazier; Muriel Bruce Dickie, of "Terka," Kirkstall, widow; and Mary Adele Kilburn, of Willatook, married woman, the executors appointed by de- ceased's will, dated 8th August, 1941, will APPLY to the Supreme Court for PROBATE of the said WILL. J. S. TAIT Se SON, solicitors, Warrnambool.
A.-Wanted, a qualified Nurse (45). for Col
lins st.; £4 wk. Reply Jack. Argus office. A Young Man, 21. requires perm, position
with progressive firm. 5 years' experience general office duties and departmental man- agement; studying accountancy. Y.M.J., Argus._ AGENT requires Lines for distribution to
stoies and chemists, suburban and country. W.5S. Argus._
AGENCIES offered for country districts,
Representatives. Apply Pura Tea Co. Ltd.. 131 Queen's Bridge st.. Sth. Melbourne. AMBITIOUS GIRLS!-ANNUAL SCHOLAR-
SHIP EXAMINATION. 2nd and 3rd NO- VEMBER. 1945.-£352 IN FULL AND PART SCHOLARSHIPS. £352. FOUR FULL SCHOLARSHIPS VALUE £25 EACH. SPELLING COMPETITION. CASH PRIZES. £6/10/ Please post lull particulars to: Name . .- Address . . METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE. SHAFTESBURY HOUSE. COR. COLLINS PLACE and FIJN UBR8 LANE. Phone Central 3161.._
BOY required for dental warehouse, aged
about I». Apply Bosch Naylor Pty. Ltd., 53A Russell st,, Meleboume, 10 a.m.
APPLICATIONS . are Invited for a position
in the metropolitan area from skilled Electrical Fitters who have had experience in servicing domestic and commercial elec- trical appliances. (Preference will be given to an applicant vho has lathe work and equipment testing experience.) Opportunities to apply for more responsible positions will be offered from time to time. Apply Indus- trial Officer, State Electricity Commission, 22 William street. Melbourne._ BOY wanted, about 16. scientific book and
Instrument business. Seward, 457 Bourke street. MU6129._ BRADSHAWS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS.
SERIES "A," for students of State. Cen tral. and Primary Schools: courses for one or two years in BUSINESS TRAINING INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE COMMER-
CIAL ART, or DRESSMAKING: 6 FULL. 12. HALF. 14 THIRD .SCHOLARSHIPS will be awarded. SERIES "B." for students ol Public, Secondary, and High Schools; courses for one or two years in BUSINESS TRAIN ING, INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE, COMMERCIAL ART. or DRESSMAKING: 4 FULL. 5 HALF, 6 THIRD SCHOLARSHIPS will be awarded. Examination dates NO- VEMBER 3 and 10th. Ask for particulars ENTER NOW. BRADSHAWS BUSINESS COLLEGE. Princes Bridge. Melbourne
MX1173._ . BUSINESS Men. - If you contemplate using
ail craft for your future development, behold a world-Tilde, experienced all types pilot navigator at your service. Reliable Ability. Air Progress, c/o Argus._ CASHIERS. - Girls, 15 to l8 years required
bv Snows Mens Wear Limited. 244,Flinders street. Melbourne. Apply Staff Office, 2nd floor. Snows._ CHEMIST with initiative wanted for ex-
panding city factory. EXPERIENCE IN FOOD LINE OR TECHNOLOGIST PREF.; ABILITY TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY ES- SENTIAL; A LIBERAL SALARY WILL BE PAID TO RIGHT MAN. Applications to No. 864. Box 2842AA. G.P.O.. Melbourne._ CHEMIST, with initiative, wanted for ex-
panding city factory. EXPERIENCE IN FOOD LINES PREF. ABILITY TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY ESSENTIAL. A LIBERAL SALARY WILL BE PAID TO RIGHT MAN. Application to F.L., c/o Argus._ CITY OF LAUNCESTON.-SURVEYOR AND
TOWN PLANNING ASSISTANT.-APPLI- CATIONS for the POSITION of SURVEYOR AND TOWN PLANNING ASSISTANT in the City Engineer's department, addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Application," will be received until 12 noon on Monday, the 26th November, 1945. Salary, £550 per annum. Applicants must be registered sur- veyors, and must give full information in regard to their education, qualifications, and experience. Conditions and particulars of duties obtainable on application. F. C. CRAWFORD, Town Clerk. .Town Hall, Launceston. 30th October, 1945._ CLERK, confidential, for service manager's
office, knowledge of shorthand, typing, and statistical records. Splendid opportunity for discharged servlceglrl with necessary charac- ter and business qualifications. Apply to Service Manager. PRESTON MOTORS 114 Franklin st. F9261._ CLERK, experienced, wants position with
Bookmaker for Flemington meeetings; w11! also work at night coursing meetings. Ring JU2423. '_ CLERK, female, under l8 or over 45 years,
ex-servlcewoman or ex-serviceman. Bennie Teare Pty. Ltd.. 97 Franklin st.. Melb.
CLERKS.-Experienced female Clerks, over
45, required by Snows Mens Wear Limited. 244 Flinders street. Apply Staff Office, 2nd floor. Snows. _
COMPETENT Senior Typist, ex-servlce-
woman, for correspondence and general office work. Good salary, in accordance with ability. Apply by letter, stating qualifica- tions. Sec, to Hatcher's Laundry, 16-24 Vic torla cres., Abbotsford._"
COMPTOMETER Operator, experienced, de-
sires Position in city, 5-day week preferred. Reply X.Y., Argus office._ CUTTER AND DESIGNER. EXPERIENCED
LADIES' COATS AND COSTUMES, EX SERVICEMAN. GOOD SALARY TO SUIT- ABLE APPLICANT. FRANCETTE FASHIONS. 30 RUSSELL ST.. CITY. Cent. 2093.
DENTAL Mechanic, ex-serviceman, urgently
wanted. Wise, Dental Laboratory, 107 Collins street._ DRAFTSMAN, Engineering, wanted to es-
tablish drawing office for design and pro- duction of sheet metal work. Good pros- pects for man with initiative. Apply by letter, stating qualifications, to General Manager, A. Joyce Se Co. Pty. Ltd., 103 Lcveson st.. North Melbourne. N.l._
DRAUGHTSMAN. - The Oylmplo Tyre &
Rubber Co. Ltd., 68 Cross street. West Footscray, has an opening for a Draughts- man. Experience on mechanical design and plant layout required. Apply to No. 809, Scientific Personnel, Box 2042A.A.. G.P.O.. Melbourne._ DRAUGHTSMAN would like spare time work,
can Interview Saturday. Draughtsman, P.O. Box 7, Caulfield East._ DRESSMAKING. - We have recommenced
our Tuition Classes! Advisable enrol at once. Singer Sewing-machine, inc. U.S.A., 8 Block Arcade. Central 8469._ EVERETT'S BURSARY EXAMS. Sat.. Nov.
3 and Nov. 10. Bursary awards over £400. Call or write for particulars and entry form. No entry fee. Phone MU6789. MITCHELL HOUSE, cor. Ellz. and Lonsdale sts. (op. St. Francis Church)._ EXPERIENCED, fully qualified Teacher of
Chemistry, for leaving and matriculation classes in Melbourne boys' school. 20, Argus. EX-SERVICEMAN. 38, married, extensive ex-
perience on the land, knows all Australian States, widely travelled, knowledgable and intelligent, requires a good Position where these attributes would bo valuable. Five
Year, Argus._ FEMALE Bookkeeper, with some typing,
general office and secretarial experience, required, to take sole charge of a. small city office; interesting and varied work; permanent position; salary £5/10/. Apply by letter to No. 867. Box 2818AA. G.P.O.. Melbourne._ GIRL. 15-17, as Junior Typist and Record
Clerk; permanent position, good prospects. Apply Manager, Mac's Cyder and Fruit Juices, 241 William st., Melbourne. Phone MU2685._ GIRL, young, wanted, from about 15 to
l8, as an assistant in medical rooms.
Reply 11, Argus._ GOVERNESS, over 45, for boy, four years
old only child; residence, Toorak. Tele phone C. 3463 for interview._ HERD TESTER and RECORDER required for
Warrnambool and District Herd Testing Association 20 herds, approximately 1200 cows. Applicant state wages required, copy of references, must have certificate. To take over in November if possible. Applications closo with the secretary. Noel T. Garner, Garvoc. 3/11/45._ HOTEL Executive, ex-serviceman, age 28 to
32, for leading city hotel; public school education, good appearance, willing to learn. Apply LM.S.. Argus._
i INFANTS' DEPARTMENT.-Ex-servicewomen
with sales experience are invited to apply for full-time positions in our Infants' de- partment. Apply personally with credentials, Staff Office, MANTON 8c SONS LTD., Bourke street central._ INSURANCE.-Junior Clerk, 15-16 years. I wanted .urgently. Apply in writng to The Federation Insurance Ltd.. l8 Market st.. Melbourne. _
INTERIOR Decoration. - Ex-serviceman re-
quires Position, office and home planning; some overseas experience. Write Color. Argus. JUNIOR, under l8 years, for accounts sec
tlon, city firm; good conditions .excel- lent prospects advancement. Accountancy
student preferred. 3tate age. experience to , Como, Argus Office._ JUNIOR Stenographer, under l8, intelligent;
excellent position; previous experience un-
necessary. H. V. King Se Co., 7th flocr. , 108 Queen st.. Melbourne. Phone MU4662.
JUNIOR Clerk, lad. 17 years, good prospects
for keen, energetic person. Apply by let-
ter to Secretary. William Say Se Co,, 31, Hoddle st.. North Richmond._ JUNIOR Typlste, under l8, general office '
duties. Apply office of Best, Overend, Architects. 55 Latrobe st., Melbourne. _
LEDGER-KEEPING, position, open to ex- '
perienced ex-servicewoman, preferably re- siding In St. Kilda or adjoining district; must be able to type. Apply personally to 125 High st.. St. Kilda.
MANTLE SHOWROOM. ~ MANTON'S have
vacancies for ex-servicewomen who are experienced in mantle showroom sales. Ap- ply personally with credentials, Staff Office, MANTON _ SONS LTD., Bourke street cen tral._^_^
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS.-We
require Agencies for Western Australia, any lines. Samples prices, and quantities available. Will pay cash on delivery. Bank, E., 8., and A. FRANK ADAMS & Co.. 332
Murray street, PERTH, W.A._
MELBOURNE BENEVOLENT HOSPITAL FOR
THE AGED AND INFIRM, CHELTENHAM. -Applications are invited to fill Vacancies on the Nursing Staff. Previous experience not essential. Superior board and accom- modation in pleasant surroundings for which only 16/ per week is deducted from wages. A good home from home. 3alary, £3/10/6 per week of 48 hours, i.e., 5»,4 days. Three weeks' annual holiday on full pay. Uni- forms free. Tennis-court available when off duty. Several vacancies exist, and girls are strongly urged to engace themselves in this vary essential service of nursing the nick, as this affords an excellent oppor- tunity for those who may later desire to commence training. Apply Matron for fur- ther partlculnrs. \ <
MAN of 35, ex-A.I.F., public school and Uni-
versity education, desires Position with firm requiring well-spoken man of tact and Integrity. Reply P.S.U.. Argus._
MILLINERY Sales.-Required for our show-
rooms, ex-servicewomen or over 45. Apply Staff Office. Rockman's Showrooms, 268 Lit, Collins st._;_ MOTHERCRAFT Nurse, 45. urgent, new
baby. 11 Carween av.. E. Brighton. X4840. NURSE, D.C.. five nights week, medical,
surgical, midwifery hospital. XW1515._ NURSE. D.C. or midwifery certificate. Ring
_U4284.__., NURSES, single certificate, private hospital.
reliever nurses, holidays. U3102.
OPPORTUNITY for smart girl, under. 17
years, for general office work. Neat hand writer. No experience necessary. Apply "Hatcher's Laundry Pty Ltd. 16-24 Victorlu cres.. Abbotsford._
PUBLIC SERVICE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
APPLICATIONS ' will be received by the Public Service Commissioner, Adelaide, until and including Monday, 19th November. 1945,
for the POSITION of
ASSISTANT ALMONER, ROYAL ADE- LAIDE HOSPITAL. Salary range. £275 to £305 per annum.
Two officers are required; one will be at- tached to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for general duties, and the other to the Tuber- culosis Section of the Hospital.
Applicants should hold-the certificate of the Institute of Hospital Almoners, but appli- cations from students who are nearing com- pletion of their training will be considered.
Applicants must supply full names, age, particulars of training and experience, and submit copies of testimonials.
C. A. POUNSETT, Acting Secretary, Public Service Commissioner._ SALES Assistants required for our show-
rooms, ex-servlcewomen or over 45. Apply Staff Superintendent. Rockman's Showrooms, 139 Swanston st._'__ SALES Manager for large Foodstuff Manu-
facturing concern; must have knowledge of local and interstate distribution; prospect for suitable applicant. Apply in writing, with rets., to Manufacturer, Argus._ SALESLADY wanted, must be above aver
*age. for Collins st. gown salon; good'salary and conditions. Reply 649, Argus._ SALESMEN.-Motor spare parts and acces-
sory Salesmen, ex-servicemen, with know- ledge of General Motors spare parts, offered permanent positions with opportunities for advancement, to men ot proved ability, per- sonality, and qualifications. Apply to Ser- vice Manager. PRESTON MOTORS. 114 Franklin st. F9261._,
SCHOLARSHIP EXAMS., 13th and 17th
Nov. FREE Instruction hi a Commercial Education. Call, write, or phone for entry form. THE CENTRAL BUSINESS COL- LEGE. 6th Fir. Centreway, 259 Collins st. C. 2797 (Between Swanston and Elizabeth streets.)_ SCHOLARSHIPS.-For particulars of BRAD
SHAW'S ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS see advertisement above._ SECRETARY. - CAULFIELD RETURNED
SAILORS, SOLDIERS. AND AIRMEN'S CLUB & CAULFIELD SUB-BRANCH R.S.S. & A.I.L.A.-The above establishment requires the services of a full-time Secre- tary. Applicants must be returned service- men with service eligibility for member- ship of the R.S.S. & A.I.L.A. The ap- pointee will be required to administer the whole of the activities of the club, includ- ing staff, buffet, bar, and welfare matters generally. The possession of accountancy degrees is not absolutely essential, but the appointee will be required to be thoroughly capable of costing, analysing, and dis- secting the trading activiels of the club, and the preparation of periodical state- ments concerning same. A reasonable knowledge of general R.S.S. & A.I.L.A. activities is highly desirable. The success- ful applicant will be paid a salary within the range of £600 to £750 P.A., com- mensurate with qualifications. Applications should be addressed to the President, Caul- field Sub-Branch R.S.S. & A.I.L.A.. 4 St. George's rd., Elsternwick. and marked "Application for Secretary," and should be lodged not later than Saturday, 10th No vember. 1945. SERVICE warrant-ofllcer. discharge early
Nov., exper. sales, grain, produce, build« ers' hardware, timber, farm requisites, de- sires position, town or country. Replv Lander. 16 Glenora av.. East Coburg.
SPORTSWEAR DEPARTMENT -MANTON'S
have vacancies for youthful ex-servicc women or Girls under l8 years of ace, with or without experience, desirous of sell- ing smart merchandise in attractive sur- roundings. Apply personally with creden- tials. Staff'Office. MANTON Ss SONS LTD..
Bourke street central._ _ STENOGRAPHER and TYPISTE. 45 or over,
required to train for secretarial work. Must be competent. Good penn, position for suitable applicant. Apply personally, with
reis., to Staff Office, WOOLWORTHS (VIC) LTD.. Bourke st., Melbourne._
ens require Stenographers, under the age of l8 years, or ex-servicewomen. Apply per- sonally to Office Manager, General Motors Holdens. Fishermen's Bend, Port Melbourne, or in writing to Office Manager. General Motors-Holdens, Box 1714. P.O.. Melbourne SWIMMING.-Melb. Premier Coach. Book-
ings limited, advanced and learners. Ern
O'Brien, personally Olympic, or phone._ TICKET Writer, Female, under l8, required
for our Collingwood branch. Good perma- nent position, with excellent prospects. Ap- ply personally to Staff Superintendent. Wool worths (Vic.) Ltd., Bourke st.. Melbourne. TYPEWRITING (Touch System). Short-
hand. Indlv. Tuition. Day, 4 Evens, and Sat. THE CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. 6th Fir.. Centreway. 259 Collins st. C. 2797. (Between Swanston and Elizabeth streets.)
TYPISTE and Bookkeeper (ex-servlce
woman) required for country store. Ap- plications, stating age, experience, and salary required, with copy reis., to P. Sar torl, Chartered Accountant (Aust.), 450 Collins' street, Melbourne._ TYPISTE.-Junior, 15-17 years. We have a
vacancy for a young Girl to learn general office work. Apply personally or in writing to Brooklands Accessories Ltd., 68-78 Sturt st.. South Melbourne (near Y.M.C.A.).
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SATUR- DAYS' issues must reach this office EARLY. Whenever possible they should be lodged at this office or with the newsagent on THURSDAYS.
TYPISTE. Shorthand, also other office work,
preferably some experience, good salary, 5M¡-day week, wiall staff, city office, under l8 or ex-service. Send full details educa tlon and experience to R.K.M.. Argus.
TYPISTE wanted, good shorthand essen-
tial, ex-servlcewoman or under l8; scope for Initiative. Reply 456, care Argus.
WANTED, seml-tralned ex-service girl, with
home nursing certificate; live In; award rates, 6 days a week, for convalescent home, staff duties. Hawthorn 1276. _ WANTED, competent Stenographer, ovr 45,
experienced In general office routine essen tial; permanent position. Apply .MU8658,
WANTED, D.C. or Midwifery Sister, duty 5
nights week. Llandyssil, Essendon.
WEST AUSTRALIAN Agent, visiting Mel-
bourne, would like contact manufacturing firms with object representation for Western Australia. Apply H. Cornish, Commercial Travellers' Club. Melbourne._ WOOLWORTHS (VIC.) LTD. require Boys
and Girls, under l8 years, for temporary Sales work up to Xmas Eve, or end January, 1946. Every possibility of .permanent position if desired. Apply personally now. Appli- cants will be interviewed any time after behool hours, up to 6 p.m.,- or Saturday mornings, at Staff Office, Bourke street, Melbourne._ YOUNG Lady Assistant, under l8 years,
local resident preferred. Written applica- tions only, Cane Se Walker, newsagents, Elsternwick._
ZERCHO'S.-New Students may commence
at Zercho's on Monday next -(Day or Evening). The Head Master will enrol New Pupils Today, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Tomorrow (Friday), from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. COLLEGE AND OFFICES. 157 Collins st.
(op. Scots Church)._ ZERCHO'S.-Evening Tuition (15 Teachers),
Tonight, at 157 Collins st. (op. Scots Church). AND AT WINDSOR, cor. Dan denong rd. and Chapel st._;_
ZERCHO'S. - Students for -1946 are now
being enrolled at Zercho's.
A.-HOUSEMAIDS. PANTRYMAIDS. WAIT-
RESSES required for VICTORIA PAL- ACE; good wages and conditions. Apply Staff Office, ground floor. 215 Little Collins 3t. '.next Town Hall)._ APPLICATIONS are Invited for a POSITION
in the metropolitan area, from skilled ELECTRICAL FITTERS Who have had ex- perience in servicing domestic and commer- cial electrical appliances. (Preference will be given to an applicant who has lathe work and equipment testing experience.) Oppor- tunities' to apply for more responsible posi- tions w11) be offered from time to tune. Apply Industrial Officer. State Electricity Commis
slon, 22 William street, Melbourne._ AUSTRALIAN KNITTING MILLS- LTD., op-
posite Richmond station, require Junior Girls, under l8, or permit, for training as Worsted Spinners. Underwear Machinists, and Hosiery Linkers and 8ew.i«s," Menders, Cutten, and Garment Finishers; excellent condition», morning tea, music, and nursing sister in attendance. Apply direct to Staff Superintendent.
A.-COOK and KITOHENMAID, preferably
residential, superior: Apply, making ap- pointment, Matron, Pleasant View Hospital, 131 Wood street. Preston. JU1324.
B. - VACANCIES for Superior Type Women,
light and pleasant work. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. No work Saturdays. No experience required. Good wages and conditions. Old Bleach Laundry, 1168 High st., Armadale. UY5061.
BARMAN wanted, part time, ex-serviceman. _F3025,_. BEADERS or Girls to learn. The Rosebud,
Room 3. Floor IB, The Block, 282 Collins street.________ BOILER ATTENDANT. YOUNG, EX-R.A.N.;
GOOD WAGES AND CONDITIONS. APPLY HOLEPROOF LTD., 204 SYDNEY RD., BRUNSWICK.__ BOOT TRADE.-GIRLS, 14-18 years, to learn
machining. Experienced women for skiving, beading, and machining. Also BOYS. 14-18 years, to learn trade. Best conditions. Good wages. WHYBROW & CO. PTY. LTD., 2-16 Studley st.. Abbotsford._ BOOT «RADE.-Girls, 14-18 years, to learn
Machining. Experienced Women for skiv- ing, beading, and machining; also Boys, 14-18 years, to learn trade. Best condi- tions, good wages. Whybrow & Co. Pty. Ltd.. 2-16 Studley st.. Abbotsford._ BOOT TRADE. - Ex-servicewomen wanted
for machine-room and cleaning-room; also ex-servicemen for all branches of trade. Apply Goodchild Shoes, 69 Cromwell street, Collingwood._ BOY, about 17 yrs., will be trained as a
Mechanic or Operator, splendid opportunity to learn knitting; no dead-end job. Apply 182 Bay st., Brighton._ BOY, 14 to 16. light errands; 35/ per week,
and allowance for own bicycle. J. Cref field Pty. Ltd.. 171 King street._ BOY, 15-16. good opportunity to learn tea
and coffee trade. Gibson's Teas, War burton lane. Melbourne._ BOY wanted, smart, for theatre training, 14
15 years of age. Apply Manager, Plaza Theatre, Melbourne. _ BOY. under l8, for nursery work. Thomas
Hutchinson. 384 North road, Bentleigh.
BOY, under IfT messages and buttons. ._Occidental Hotel. Collins st._
BOYS AND YOUTHS TO l8 YRS.. LEARN
SILVERWARE TRADE. VACANCIES FOR APPRENTICESHIP AND PROCESS WORK- ERS. EXCELL. OPPORTUNITY FOR EM- PLOYMENT WITH OLD-EST.. MODERNLY EQUIPPED ORGANISATION. IDEAL CON- DITIONS. CANTEEN SUPPLYING 3 COURSE MEALS; DINING HALL AND FREE MEDICAL ATTENTION. APPLY STOKES Se SONS PTY. LTD.. CORNER ALBERT AND FALLON STREETS, BRUNS- WICK, 3 MIN. BRUNSWICK RLY. STN., AND 4 MIN. BRUNSWICK TRAM IN SYD- NEY ROAD. FW2106._
BOYS. 14-18 years, to leam electro-plating
or metal polishing; this is an oppor- tunity to Join progressive firm and learn with the mosr-up-to-date plant in new fac- tory; dinlngroom, hot and cold water, music, &c; no work Saturday. Will apprentice and pay all school fees.. Apply Works Manager. MODERN PLATING WORKS, 99 Market street. South Melbourne._ BOYS. UNDER l8, FOR SPINNING AND
WARPING AND PACKING; GOOD OP POR. TO LEARN TRADE. APPLY CON- CORDIA WOOLLEN MILLS, 597 VICTORIA ST., ABBOTSFORD. _ _ BOYS, l8 years and under, to learn con-
genial trade; good wages and conditions. John Zevenboom Se Co. Pty. Ltd.. brush manufacturers, 333 Elizabeth street, Mel- bourne. _ BOYS, 15 to l8, to learn trade; splendid
opportunity for advancement, no Satur- days; high wages. SUN HATS. 26 Market lane, city (few doors past Paynes)._ BOYS, under l8, to learn trade; good wages
and conditions. No work Saturdays. BROWN'S DRY CLEANING CO. LTD., 45 Elizabeth st.. North Richmond._ BOYS, under l8, constant employment.
Guest's Biscuit Factory, just outside North Melbourne railway station._ BOYS wanted, under l8. Hopley's Pty.
Limited. 238 Lygon street. East Brunswick,
BRUSHMAKERS. - Girls, machinists, and
wire-drawn hands, under l8; good wages and conditions. John Zevenboom & Co., Pty. Ltd., brush manufacturers, 333 Eliza heth st., Melbourne._
BUILDERS' LABOURERS. 10. wanted im-
mediately for Housing Commission con- tract. South road, adjacent Municipal Golf Links. Brighton. Apply on job or J. O. Tay- lor and Sons Pty. Ltd., 10 Amsterdam st., Richmond._ CABINET MAKERS. -«Ex-servicemen; also
Joiners. Glaziers. Glass Bevellers, Sand b'.asters. T. S. GTLL to SON LTD.. 672
Chape] st.. SOUTH YARRA._ CAFETERIA ASSISTANTS.-Victoria Palace
has Vacancies for Cafeteria Assistants, women over 45. girls under l8, and ex servlcewomen any »ne. Ideal conditions, comfortable restrooms, nursing attendants. Apply personally. Assistant Manager, 215 Lit. Collins st. (next Town Hall)._
CAFETERIA ASSISTANTS.-Victoria Palace
has Vacancies for Cafeteria Assistants. Ideal conditions, comfortable rest-room, nurs- ing attendants. Apply personally to Assist- ant Manager. 215 Little Collins st. (next Town Halli._ CAN YOU SEW? - SHAVE, Oentreway,
TAILORESSES, DRESSMAKERS. SKIRÏ HANDS wanted, women over 45, girls under l8, ex-servicewomen. Interesting work; airy, well ventilated, and light workroom.
CARPENTERS, 6, competent tradesmen
wanted Immediately for Public Works De- partment contract. Sanatorium. Kingston rd.. Heatherton. Apply on Job. or J. O. Taylor and Sons Pty. Ltd.. 10 Amsterdam st.. Rich- mond;_ CARPENTERS. - 20 competent tradesmen
wanted immediately, Albert Park Barracks Job (nr. St. Kilda stn.). Hansen Se Yuncken Pty. Ltd., 47 Whiteman st.. South Mel-
CARPENTERS. - 6 competent tradesmen
wanted immediately. Kraft-Walker Yeast Factory Job, Fishermen's Bend. Hansen Se Yuncken Pty. Ltd., 47 Whiteman street. South Melbourne._
CARPENTERS. - 12 competent tradesmen
wanted immediately. Demobilisation centre Job at Royal Park. Hansen Se Yuncken Pty. Ltd., 47 Whiteman st.. South Melbourne.
CARPENTERS. - 3 competerit tradesmen
wanted immediately, country work. Vic- toria. Hansen and Yuncken Pty. Ltd., 47 Whiteman st.. South Melbourne.
CARPENTERS. - 6 competent tradesmen
wanted immediately. Housing Commission job. Heidelberg. Hansen <fc Yuncken Pty. Ltd., 47 Whiteman st., South "Melbourne.
CASTING DRESSER, for iron foundry. John
Danks Se Son Pty. Ltd., corner Bank and
Hanna sts., Sth. Melbourne._ CHARWOMAN, over 45. "Ooomiroo, corner
Albany and Kooyong rds.. Toorak.
OHOCOLATE Dippers, experienced, wanted.
Ring MX3007, or apply 7 Eastern rd.. South Melbourne. Over 45 years
CLEANER, male, ex-serviceman, reis, re-
quired. Apply Staff Superintendent, Rock man's Showrooms. 343 Bourke street.
COOK, Toorak, private family, 3 adults,
other help kept; good wages. Apply after 2 p.m. Miss Crosby, 82 Elizabeth st. Tel.
COOK Genera!, 45. 2 adults. £4, flat, no
laund.. excellent quarters and conditions. 22 Martin st.. Sth. Yarra. Win. 3372. _^ COOK, second, wages 80/. plus 14/ living
out allowance. Apply Housekeeper, Women's Hospital. Carlton._ COOK, female, over 46 years; good home, , wages, and conditions. Ring X4955. morn- ings, bet. 9 and 12._ COOK, hospital. .Live in or out. _UL5794._ CUTTER AND DESIGNER. EXPERIENCED
LADIES* COATS AND COSTUMES: EX SERVICEMAN; GOOD SALARY FOR SUIT- ABLE APPLICANT. FRANCETTE FASH IONS. 30 RUSSELL ST.. CITY. C 2093.
DAILY, 45, 9-1 Monday-Friday, any sub.
Auacortes, Cent. 4291. Win. 763.
DOMESTIC Help wanted, live in, doctor's
house, daily help. kept, no washing, no cleaning, good wages. FW1628. 609 Lygon st.. N. Carlton._
DOMESTIC Help, 2 adults, 3 children, cook-
ing, general housework, no laundry, live In; £3. WF7590.___ DRESSMAKERS, MACHINISTS. ~ FINISH-
ERS, BEGINNERS. GIRLS OF ALL AGES. APPRENTICES. IMPROVERS. AND FULL HANDS, WANTED IMMEDIATELY FOR HIGH-CLASS DRESSMAKING IN NEW MODERN FACTORY, WHERE EVERY UP TO-DATE FACILITY IS PROVTDED. .EX- CELLENT OPPORTUNITIES OFFERING. ALSO GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR BOY LEAVING SCHOOL TO LEARN PRESSING. APPLY TO 7th FLOOR.. CANNS. SWAN- STON STREET, OR IO THH MANAGERESS. CANN'S WORKROOM3, COR. KAVANAGH AND IRELAND STS., SOUTH MELBOURNE (JUST OVER PRINCES BRIDGE)._. DRESSMAKERS, Machinists, exclusive work. _106 Tennyson st.. Elwood._ ELECTRICAL Mechanics, used to Industrial
power work. Personally or letter, Dodd Se McKlnnon Pty. Ltd.. 54 Queensberry' st., North Melbourne._ ENGINEERS. - MEN IN THE FOLLÖW
INQ CLASSIFICATIONS ARE REQUIRED: IRON MOULDERS, TURNERS, BOILER- MAKER, WELDERS, FITTERS' ASSIST- ANTS WITH RIGGING BXP.; COPPER- SMITHS, ASSISTANTS ALL TRADES, GOOD CONDITIONS, A F-DAY WEEK ARE
AVAILABLE: TO SUITABLE MEN. EX SERVICEMEN. APPLY TO ROBD30N
f&^^J&lkJiP-- *B PRIMER ST"
ELECTRICIAN". - AN "A" GRADE E_BOÙ
..TRICIAN IS REQUIRED FOR MAIN- TENANCE AND GENERAL WORK. GOOD CONDITIONS, WITH. A 6-DAY WEEK. ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE RIGHT MAN. .EX SERVICEMAN. APPLY TO ROBISON BROS. & CO. (1935) PTY. LTD., 48 LORI MER ST., STH. MELB._ ENGINEERING, experienced milling, jigging,
general machine shop practice; good pros- pects, permanent; ex-servicemen only. Paul Se Gray Ltd.. 132 Bridge rd.. Richmond.
EXPERIENCED Tailoresses or good neat
Hand Sewers, willing to learn high-class ladles' costumes; good wages. Apply R. Simons Se Sons. 6th floor, 313 Flinders lane. EXPERIENCED Laundry Press Hands ur-
gently required. Over 45. Apply Hatcher's Laundry Pty. Ltd., 16-24 Victoria cres., Abbotsford._ EX-SERVICEWOMEN and ACTIVE WOMEN,
over 45, required for hand ironing and spotting departments. No previous experi-
ence necessary. Good wages and conditions. No work Saturdays. BROWN'S DRY CLEAN- ING CO. LTD., 45 Elizabeth street. North Richmond.-1_ EX-SERVICE Girls for assembly and light
machine work; wages for start, £3/12/, no Sat. work. Apply after 9, Winton Manuf. Co. Pty. Ltd.. 54-64 Lit. Lonsdale
st. ? Cent. 5945._
F. & G. STORES.-A Vacancy exists for a
Junior on our Clerical Checking Staff; no Sat. mornings. Apply Warehouse Manager, 3 Belson st.. East Malvern, or Phone U3166. FEMALE PROCESS WORKERS WANTEEN
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY, AWARD RATES, PLUS BONUS. CONGENIAL CON- DITIONS, CANTEEN SERVICE. Sec. GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR EX-SERVICEWOMEN. LEOGETTS, DOONSIDE ST.. RICHMOND.
FEMALE Bookbinder, and Girls, wanted for
Paper Cup industry. O.T. Ltd.. 193 High st., Prahran._ FINISHER, Junior, ladies' coats and suits;
wages well above award; ideal working conditions; no Saturday work. H. Len«, 226 Little Collins st., nr. Swanston st.
FINISHER.-Girls to learn. Good conditions.
Ladies' coats and suits. Medcraft Modes, 111 Flinders lane._ FINISHERS. - Girls required urgently for
ladies' coats and costumes. Wages above award; best conditions; no Saturday work, Resford Clothing Co.. 154 Flinders lane.
FLORIST. - Young lady, must be smart,
make up wreaths, at once. Ireland's. florist. 125 Exhibition st.. Melb. Cent. 6183. FOREMAN, experience construction and
mechanical earth-moving equipment, re- quired by construction company in connec- tion with housing schemes. Good salary. Details of qualifications, experience, &c.. to Foreman Construction. Argus._ FOREWOMAN, over 45. required, with sound
knowledge of manchester trade, to control manchester workroom of approx. 20 em- ployees. H. McCraw, 142 Lygon st.. East Brunswick._ GARDENER, experienced, day a fortnight,
small garden and lawns. Apply 10a Meadow st.. East St. Kilda._ GASFITTERS for Installing appliances, new
housing projects. Apply Gas Works, Foots cray. _
GIRL, learn Clothing Trade, Coatmaklng,
Jodhpurs a speciality, no Saturday work, pleasant conditions and natural light, bonus pay. J. W. Clark & Sons Pty. Limited. 374 Swanston st._ GIRL, under l8, needed as Under Presser,
high wages, light and constant work. Ap- ply Fldallty Wear, 94 Flinders street, or ring O. 1661._ GIRL, under l8, or ex-servicewoman, train
housemaid waitress; good wages and home. Ring Chelt. 224. Mentone Lodge. 211 Beach rd.. Mentone._ GIRL, under l8, or Woman, over 45, general
helj; 11 vo in ; good wages. 62 Gladstone street, Kew. Haw. 3189._ GIRL. 16-17. splendid opportunity to learri
office routine and sales. Suburban Timber Supply. South Camberwell._ GIRL, 15-16 years, light errands, possible
advancement; 32/6 per week. Apply Ennis & Willis, 46 Market st., city._ GIRL, 14 to 16, light errands; 35/ per wk.
J. Creffleld Pty. Ltd.. 171 King st.
GTRLS, 15 to l8 YEARS, TO LEARN MACHINING, POPULAR MAKE OF LADIES' FOOTWEAR. IN CLEAN. WELL LIGHTED WORKROOM WITH ATTRACTIVE CONDS. AND AMENITIES. INO. MORN. TEA, AFTERNOON REST PERIOD. MUSIC. HOSF. BENS. WAGES, "£2 to £3 PER WK, WITH HALF-YEARLY INCREASES. DEFINITELY PERM. BMP. FOR CAPABLE GIRL. WILLIAMS AND EDE PTY. LTD.. 28 GARFIELD ST., RICHMOND, NR. NORTH RICHMOND STATION. J3789._ GIRLS UNDER l8 OR EX-SERVICEWOMEN
REQUIRED FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS IN OUR MANUFACTURING STATIONERY ESTABLISHMENT. ENVELOPE-MAKING, BOOKBINDING. WAXED PAPER PRO- DUCTS, &c; CLEAN WORK. IDEAL CON- DITIONS IN MOD. BUILDING; CANTEEN. LOCKERS. MUSIC. MORNING AND AF- TERNOON TEA; NO SATURDAY WORK.
APPLY DIRECT TO SPICERS Se DETMOLD. LTD., MORELAND RP.. MORELAND. -
GIRLS.-WE RAVE VACANCIES ON OUR i STAFF FOR MACHINISTS. BUTTON- HOLE MACHINIST. PRESSERS, AND FINISHERS FOR 'HIGH-CLASS DRESS- MAKING. UNDER l8. OVER 45. OR EX SERVICEWOMEN; EXCELLENT CONDI- TIONS AND HIGHEST PIECEWORK RATES, ALSO BONUS; NO SATURDAY WORK. APPLY MR. CHAPMAN, ROCK- MAN'S MODES, CARDIGAN ST., REAR WOMEN'S HOSPITAL. CARLTON. F9331.
GIRLS, under l8 years, required, to train
as machinists and bench hands; also a smart Girl under l8, to train as store woman; clean, congenial, permanent posi- tions; morning pnd afternoon tea, half-yearly bonuses, annual and sick leave. Apply Supieme Surgical Hosiery Co., 13-19 Adolph street, Richmond (next East Richmond rail way station), or ring J2663._
GIRLS, 15 to l8, or ex-seTvicewomen foi ' our Lingerie Section, to learn Overlooking, Lace Sewing. Elastic and Plain Machining Full award rates paid whilst learning. Free medical attention. No work Saturday. North- cote and Nicholson st. buses stop at door. Sunray Lingerie Pty. Ltd., 1st floor. 664 Bourka st._ GIRLS, UNDER l8 YEARS; WOMEN. OVER
45 YEARS, WANTED FOR WRAPPING AND PACKING; OTHERS MAY APPLY: MORNING TEA SERVED; NO SATURDAY WORK. APPLY A. W. ALLEN LIMITED, CONFECTIONERY MANUFACTURERS, BROWN ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE._
GIRLS, under l8, to learn high-class Dress-
making, exclusive Infants' wear, and lin- gerie Highest wages, pleasant conditions; also one Office Girl, under l8. Apply CRADLEWEAR. 323 Bourke st. or ring Cent. 2107 after 9 a.m. _ GIRLS, under l8 years, and ex-service-
women. pocking essential foodstuffs; good wages and working conditions, morning and afternoon tea . supplied. Kornlo Food Co. Pty. Ltu., 106-114 Bouverie street, Carlton, city end._;_i
GIRLS, under 10, and ex-servicewomen:
constant employment, packing essential foodstuffs; good wages and working condi- tions, morning and afternoon tea supplied. C. H. CREASER PTY. LTD., 122 Brunswick rd., Brunswick._ GIRLS under l8 years, or ex-servicewomen,
positions available in cardboard box mak- ing and printing rooms; good wages and conditions, 5-day week. Apply Morris & Walker Pty. Ltd.. 243 Smith 3t., Fitzroy. JA5027.________ GIRLS, under l8, or over 45; Machinists,
experienced or to learn trade; high wages, bonuses; no Saturdays; music while you work. SUN HATS, 26 Market lane, city (few doors past Paynes)._ GIRLS, under l8, to learn clothes pressing; , very good wages; also Girls for packing dry cleaning. Apply Hatcher's Laundry Se Dry Cleaning Pty. Ltd., 16 Victoria cres., Abbotsford._
GIRLS wanted for Commonwealth Bank
Note Printing Branch, 115 Victoria parade, Fitzroy; five-day week, good conditions; no experience necessary. Apply 728, National
Service Office. Colllngw
GIRLS, l8 years and under, to leam con
genial trade; good wages and conditions. John Zevenboom Se Co. Pty. Ltd., Brush Manufacturers, 333 Elizabeth street, Mel- bourne;_ GIRLS and WOMEN required for process«
Ing and packetlng food products. Apply at Brooke's Lemos Ltd.. 73 Whiteman st, South Melbourne, or Williamstown rd., cor ner Graham st.. Port Melbourne._ GIRLS, under l8, to leam trade; good wage»
and conditions; no work Saturdays. BROWN'S DRY CLEANING CO. LTD., 45 Elisabeth st.. North Richmond._
GIRLS, 15-16 years, leam frock trade under
Ideal conditions; good wages, 8. Yaffe, Regency House, 203 Flinders lane. op. St, Paul's Cathedral._ GIRLS, under W, and ex-servlcewomen,
constant employment. Guest's Biscuit Fac- tory. Just outside North Melbourne railway station._
GIRLS, under l8, exp. or beginners, for
shirts; high rates on piecework; wireless, .in cool factory. J. Boag, 164 Albert st., E Brunswick, 2 doors from Lygon st.; also at Yea and Mansfield._ GIRLS and Women, to leam pressing, sit
tlng-down Job; also learning Folding Lin- gerie; no Saturday work; free medical atten- tion. Sun» ay Lingerie Pty, Ltd.. 1st floor, 664 Bourke st._ GIRLS, Junior and Benton ho experience ,,needed, for fancy leather trade. Apply MATEARA BROS. PTY. LTD., 48 Regent St., North Richmond._
GIRLS, 15 to l8 years, to leam first-class
order tailoring and machining; good op
unltles. Apply M. I, BENNETT, 384 onsdale st., Melbourne.