Monday – Thursday 9 am-5 pm
Friday 9 am-4 pm
Closed for lunch 12:30-1:30 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
WANTED FOR SCRAP
OLD CARS, TRUCKS, VANS AND APPLIANCES. CALL 613-296-4880 OR 613-448-3221.
A columbarium now exists in the Metcalfe St. Andrew’s United Church Union Cemetery grounds, site 02938 to provide space for the inurnment of cremated remains. The Cemetery Board has submitted by-laws to the Registrar of the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act 2002. Any interested parties may contact Board Representative, Nelda Isaac at 613-821-2075 for information. By-laws may be viewed or copied at 8295 Victoria St., Metcalfe, ON.
Help Line 613-237-6000. Meeting location info: www.ottawaaa.org.
PATTIE’S CUSTOM CLEANING
General house cleaning. Custom Cleaning: stoves and fridges, moving in or out clean-up, open house preparation. 613-362-5666.
HARBERS FLAME CENTRE
Chimney and foundation repairs, brick and stone restoration, fireplaces, stoves. Certified mason, WETT Certified. 613-535-2301
Book in advance and get 10%-15% off. Coast to coast, car moving, packing. Will buy your moving boxes. 613-802-2544, 613-652-2526.
HELP WANTED – Full-time farm worker, milking, feeding, tractor work. Experienced preferred but will train. 613-774-6510.
HELP WANTED – Local construction company looking for a carpenter. Some experience required. Phone 613-857-9523.
HELP WANTED – Honey’s Garage in Russell is looking for a handyman, lawn mowing, maintenance and possibly automotive apprenticeship. Please send resume to email@example.com or drop off at garage. Hours 8 am-5pm. Phone 613-445-3020
HELP WANTED– Picking strawberries near Morrisburg. Experience preferred but not essential. Call or text Marshall at 613-930-5588, Text preferred. Starting mid-June, early morning start time.
HELP WANTED – Spring/summer position for post-secondary student on crop farm, helping put in crop and odds and ends. Non-smoking, clean driving record. Will train suitable candidate. Start immediately. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 613-543-2312.
WORK WANTED – Masonry, repointing brick and stone houses. Chimney/foundation work, pargeting, carpentry work, roofing, siding, painting, decking, and windows. Gary Kirkwood 613-523-5056.
ROADABLE STORAGE TRAILERS
Dry and watertight. By the week or month. Delivery charges extra. Call Ed Duncan 613-989-2838.
THE LINTON APARTMENTS – Under new management, 2-bedroom suites available, clean, quiet, secure, parking, appliances included. Ideal for seniors. Call Lynda 613-979-7773 for appointment to view.
FOR RENT – 1-bedroom apartment, $700 per month, heat, hydro, fridge and stove included. 31 Inn Motel 613-774-2920.
AVAILABLE JULY 1 – Spacious 2-bedroom first floor apartment located at 477 Clarence Street, Winchester. Air conditioned, in-floor radiant heat, air exchanger, laundry room in apartment, built-in dishwasher, ceramic and laminate flooring. $870 per month plus utilities. No smoking, no pets. Call Terry at 613-322-0026.
FOR RENT – 1-bedroom apartment in South Mountain. $650 per month, heat included. Available June 1. No pets. 613-798-3257, 613-989-2103.
FOR RENT– Winchester, 2-bedroom apartment, third floor. Fridge, stove, washer and dryer included. $800 plus utilities. 613-774-3317
FOR RENT – Winchester, spacious and bright 2 bedroom apartment on Victoria Street. Huge master bedroom. Open concept layout. Balcony to enjoy the summer. Parking included. Steps from everything. $715/month, water included. Available July 1. Email email@example.com or call 613-212-0069
FOR RENT – Winchester. Large 4 bedroom apartment on Victoria St. 3 bedrooms upstairs, fourth downstairs. High ceilings, open, bright and airy. Large eat-in kitchen. Easy access to laundry on site. Lots of storage. Parking included. Steps from everything. $890/month, water included. Available Sept. 1. email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-212-0069
FOR RENT – 1 bedroom apartment in Winchester. Suitable for 1 person. Smoke and pet free. Available July 1. $450 monthly plus utilities. 613-774-4575
FOR SALE – Farm fresh brown organic eggs. $2.50 per dozen. Call 613-774-3008 and leave message.
WANTED TO RENT – Land to grow organic soybeans, buckwheat, hay. Tiled or untiled. Big or small fields or will clean up. 613-535-2382.
Card of Thanks
from NDFD Station 2 Auxiliary
We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to all the generous local businesses who helped make our 2nd Annual Ladies Night a success. A special thanks goes out to: Joy to Share Decorating, Thundering Sound Entertainment, Rideau Auctions, Two Sisters Cotton Candy, Main Street Clothing Company, Amy Tibben of Stella and Dot, Barkley’s Shoes and Accessories, Maddy Graveline, Joanne McCaslin, Olivia Wouters and Station 2 Firefighters.
KERR – In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Ronnie, who passed away May 25, 2014,
Gone are the days we used to share
But in our hearts you will always be there.
Life moves on and the three years have gone by
But love and memories will never die.
Today, tomorrow, our whole life through,
We will always love and remember you.
– Lovingly remembered by Eleanor and family
FAWCETT– In loving memory of Keith, who passed away May 23, 2005.
As time unfolds another year
Memories keep you ever near.
Silent thoughts of times together
Hold memories that last forever,
– Marguerite and family
FAWCETT – In loving memory of Jean S., who was called home May 29, 2013.
Cherish those that God has given you
Someday He’ll want them back.
– Her Family
WINCHESTER LIONS CLUB
515 Albert St., 613-774-2630
BINGO – Monday Nights
THRIFT STORE – 613-774-1736
Monday – Friday 9 am-3 pm; Saturday 9 am-12 noon
YE OLDE BARGAIN SHOPPE
Open Wed. and Thurs., 10 am-3 pm. A great place to shop for good used items and clothing. Unbelievable prices. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church basement, 30 Mill Street, Chesterville. All donations greatly appreciated. We are no longer open Thursday evenings 6-8 pm
LAST MOVIE OF THE SEASON
Catch the big screen! Sat., May 27 in Winchester’s Old Town Hall. Listings on website and “North Dundas Theatre” Facebook page. Admission $5. “Loonie” Snack Bar. Sponsored by the North Dundas Movie Committee. Next movie Sat., Sept. 16, 2017.
3rd ANNUAL COWBOY
Inkerman United Church, Sun., May 28, 10 am. Service, song and food!! Bring your own lawn chair.
MATILDA PASTORAL CHARGE
Sat., June 3, 4:30 pm until served. Roast pork, beef plus salads and dessert. Adults $15, Children 10 and under $6, 5 and under free. Silent and live auction. Advance tickets available. Lois Keyes 613-989-5403 or Della Murphy 613-652-2319. Limited tickets at the door.
HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE
June 10 and 11 in Winchester and July 8 and 9 in Spencerville. Contact Kerry Coleman at 613-258-7515 or email@example.com.
“NEW TO YOU” SALE
Sat., May 27, 9 am-2 pm, New Hope Church Hall, 537 Main St. W., Winchester. Lunch and fun.
CHESTERVILLE KAYAK CLUB
Kayak-Canoe Paddle Poker Run. Sat., May 27, 9 am registration, 10 am start. Start: Cass Bridge. Finish: Veteran’s Memorial Park, Chesterville. Registration $25 includes meal. Call 613-346-7095. www.chesterville kayakclub.com.
Celebrating the 300th anniversary of United Grand Lodge of England and Canada’s 150th. North Dundas Lodge will be holding an open house on Sat., June 3 from 10 am-3 pm at Henderson Hall, 518 Church St., Winchester
The 18th annual NDDHS Art Show Fri., June 9, 6:30 pm-9:30 pm. Room 130 at North Dundas District High School, 12835 County Rd. 43, Chesterville. Admission $5.00. Silent Auction. Come and see 9 young artists express their talent with a wide variety of themes. Proceeds to charity of choice CHAMP, a foundation for children in need of prosthetics.
Metcalfe United Union Cemetery
Will be held Sun., June 4 at 2:30 pm in Metcalfe St. Andrew’s United Church, 2677 8th Line Road, Metcalfe. Plan to visit the cemetery for a time of remembrance.
Twice weekly games starting Mon., May 29, 1:30 pm and Fri., June 2, 7:00 pm until September at the Curling Club. We welcome new members. Jill Binette 613-774-5106
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Hall, 30 Mill Street, Chesterville, Wed., May 31, 11:30 am-1:00 pm. Menu: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, plus a vegetable, assorted homemade cookies. $7.50 per person (take-outs available starting at 11 am). Everyone welcome.
HELP THOSE WITH AUTISM
Artificial Floral Arrangements for sale on Mains St. East at the Book Store, Sat., May 27, starting at 8:30 am. Help Us, Help Them, Tara Mahmud.
Please join us for the wedding reception of Anna Bedard and John Irven, Sat., May 27, 8 pm, at Avonmore Community Centre, 16299 Fairview Drive, Avonmore.
South Mountain United Church, Sat., June 10 on church grounds. Servings available from 12 noon-6 pm. Tickets $13 each, 2 for $25. Eat in and take out options. Get your tickets from canvassers, local township businesses or at the door.
Wed., May 31, 6 pm at New Hope Wesleyan Church Hall, 537 Main St. West, Winchester. Speaker: Dr. Gerry Rosenquist. Music: Sharon Baird, Cathy Graham. Free Will Offering for Abigail Hosick, 7 years and Adalyn Myers, 2 years.
Iroquois Golf Club, Fri., June 9, shotgun start at 11 am. $100 per golfer includes 18 holes of golf, cart and dinner and $20 donation to Community Living Dundas County. To register Morgan Chambers 613-543-3737 ext. 234.
ANNUAL THOMPSON SUBDIVISION-WIDE
Sat., May 27, rain date May 28. Over 12 families participating. Selling a wide variety of items: tools, furniture, dishes, professional microscopes, antique dolls, plants, video games, more! 8 am-12 noon, just off County Road 43 and Forward Road, west of Chesterville. Follow the signs!
Sat., May 27, 8 am-1 pm, 462 May St., Winchester.
ESTATE AUCTION SALE
To be held on site at civic numbers 30, 32 and 33 Nevada St. in the village of Moose Creek.
FRIDAY, MAY 26
commencing at 10:00 am
580B Construction King backhoe; IH diesel tractor with loader; 2 older Case tractors with loader; Ford 4000 tractor; Ford 3000 tractor; (Backhoe and tractors will all be sold as is and where they presently sit and will not be started the day of auction); large quantity of riding lawn mowers in various states of repair; 2 highway trailer storage containers; large quantity of of lawn and garden equipment including chippers, snowblowers, tillers, push mowers, sweepers and more; large quantity of hand and power tools; small pony cart; 2 old vehicles for scrap; tonnes and tonnes of other scrap metal.
Note: This is a very partial listing of a very large auction due to the fact that there are many storage containers and out buildings not yet gone through and won’t be until auction day. Everything in this auction will be sold exactly where it lays and will not be set up or displayed any different than it sits right now. Be prepared for a big day and many surprises as we unearth years and years of gatherings. Purchasers shall be responsible for all loading and removal of their own items without assistance from executor or auctioneer.
Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident.
Cash or Good Cheque
With Proper ID
To Settle the Estate
of the Late Jacques “Nevada” Theoret
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY
Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd.
Ottawa Livestock Exchange, Greely, Ontario
THURSDAY, JUNE 1
commencing at 12 noon
Herd of 20 Holstein purebred and grade heifers, 8 bred, 12 open, all vaccinated.
FARM AUCTION SALE
TRACTORS, CASH CROP MACHINERY AND OTHER FARM RELATED ITEMS
To be held on site at Civic #13830 Connaught Road, north of Chesterville. From the village of Chesterville, travel north towards Morewood approximately 3 km to Connaught Road, turn east and travel approximately 2 km. Watch for signs!
SATURDAY, MAY 27
commencing at 10:00 am
Tractors: Case IH MX 120 4WD with cab (4382 hours – nice); Case IH 4230 4WD open station with Allied 594 front end loader.
Machinery: JD 1780 8/15 8-row 15 interplants corn planter with dry and liquid fertilizer cross auger thrash whippers, air down pressure, shaft drive, Keaton seed firmers, spider wheels, and four sets of plates (excellent condition – bought new on farm and has never done custom work); Salford 24‘ RTS (like new); WilRich 3400 31’ cultivator with finger harrows (nice); 30’ Flexi Coil system 95 coil packer with finger harrows; 2 Bruns gravity boxes with top extensions on 12 tonne Martin running gears (one with roll tarp); Sukup 60” screener; 16’ Westfield 10” electric auger; 3 Market plastic seed/fertilizer hydraulic augers; Wallenstein BX62 3-pt. hitch chipper with power feed (like new); Woods heavy duty BrushBull 6’ B73 7200 rotary cutter; Norman 104” #W104 342 double auger snowblower (like new); 10’ Bush Hog brand 176-10 3-pt. hitch blade; set of 18.4.42 T-rail snap-on duals on 30” centers; set of 12.4R 28 and 12.4R 46 tires on IH hubs; 1200 gallon plastic tank; 4 sub-soiler shanks; 5” Walinga pipes; 120’ of mow conveyor; quick attach stone fork; quick attach pallet forks; IH 10’ hydraulic disc; 22’ FarmKing pony harrows; 12’ 3-pt. hitch Triple OK cultivator; old IH manure spreader made into wood wagon; Land Handler 56K 1000RPM PTO driven generator; Outback S-Lite GPS guiding system (Light Bar); JD diesel power hot water pressure washer; 250 amp Miller welder; Miller 250 mig welder; Simplicity 23 hp zero-turn lawn mower (very nice); some old antique items including: milk cans, steel wheels, cast iron seat, quantity of used lumber, quantity of scrap metal, and more! Expect 2 wagon loads of tools and small farm related items.
Note: This is a nice clean sale with everything very well maintained. Plan to attend on time for this auction will not exceed 3 hours.
Selling on Behalf of Neighbour: Case IH 2166 4WD combine, 3900 hours on separator, 4000 engine hours, new unloading auger, new flighting (2016), 20’ 2020 Case flex head with air reel, 1063 Case 6-row 30” corn head, header wagon.
Reason for Auction: Mr. & Mrs. Sirvage have sold the farm and are retiring.
Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident.
Canteen and Washroom on Site
Cash or Good Cheque
With Proper ID
Alta Nova Farm
Tom and Linda Sirvage
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY
Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd.
10th ANNUAL CONSIGNMENT
TRACTORS, FARM MACHINERY, COMBINES, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES, TRAILERS, ATVs, COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT
AND LANDSCAPE TRUCKS
To be held at M&R Feeds and Farm Supply Ltd., 70 Decosta St., Arnprior. From Ottawa take Highway. 417 west, Exit 180.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3
commencing at 9:00 am
This sale features the complete dispersal of a commercial landscape contractor plus several lines of farm machinery and individual quality consignments.
Trucks: 2010 Volvo D13, 485 hp, tandem auto; landscape truck, equipped with 40,000 lb. capacity, Palfinger Palift, tilt and load flat deck and removable 8’x16’ dump box with air tail gate, also featured on this unit is a 5T capacity HIAB crane with knuckle boom. This truck has never been winter driven and is in excellent condition, with 110,000 kms; 1998 Volvo VE 300 hp, tandem landscape hydro seeder truck with 8-speed Eaton Fuller transmission, hydro seeder equipped with 4 cycle JD turbo diesel engine, with Crane Deming pump system, flusher system, Bowie 3000 US gallon tank;
Tractors, Loaders, and Dozers: 2011 New Holland TD 5050 tractor with cab, 4 x 4, 270 hours., 90 hp, with wheel weights, like new; 3 Kubota R520 wheel loaders all equipped with backhoe attachments, forks and buckets, 4000 hours approximately on each, good condition; 2012 MF 2615 4×4 tractor with roll bar, 534 hours, like new; Case IH 495 tractor with turf tires, 2400 hours, top condition; Bobcat 943 with set of steel tracks, bucket and forks, set up for tree spade; Gehl 3510 gas skid steer with buckets and bale spear; three MF 135 diesel tractors; two MF 35 tractors; 1989 Cat D3C dozer, 4843 hours; JD 350-C dozer with 6 way blade; JD 555 track loader; JD 350 track loader, gas; IH utility 340 fork lift, gas; 2011 Dax Trac Model 304G2, 4×4 tractor, 35 hp, with quick attach front loader and clam bucket, 30 hours., good condition; Case IH 275 tractor with loader and roll bar, 4×4, 3500 hours, turf tires, 31 hp; IH 460 utility tractor, 1958 -1962, good shape; JD 60-row crop tractor, 36 hp, 1953, live PTO and Hydraulics, several new parts; Ford 3400 industrial tractor with loader; Cockshutt 1850 tractor.
Farm Machinery: Case IH 1660, 4×4, combine chopper with stone trap, completely re-built; JD 918 flex head, 18’ with Schumaker knife; JD 643, 6-row corn head, 30” rows; JD 4400 combine; JD 443, 4-row corn head; JD 215 flex head; Krause 5200, 15’ no-till seed drill with grass seed box and extra parts; two 5100 Case IH seed drills, soya bean specials, double disc with packer wheels, one is a 21-run, one is an 18-run with grass seed boxes, both good condition; Glenco stainless steel 7200 soil saver, 7-tooth with 14-20” discs; Cockshutt 5-tooth chisel plow, (all new teeth), good condition; White 225 18’ cultivator with Salford rolling harrows; Kongskilde 24’ S-tine cultivator; 12’ Kewanee hydraulic 20” discs; 14’ harrowgator attachment for behind discs; 4-furrow Kvernland auto reset semi-mounted plow, variable widths, 12”-16”-20”, good condition; 2 Big Jim 15’ sprocket packers, one with tandem hydraulic transport wheels; RJ 13’ sprocket packer with hydraulic transport wheels; Gregson sprayer with 60’ booms, triple nozzles, flush tank, 2600 litre capacity with 11-38 wheels; Calsa 500 gallon sprayer with Hardi 48’ booms; Agro Trend 300 gallon sprayer on wheels with 42’ booms; JD 400 rotary hoe, 3-pt. hitch, 15’; Landall 12’, 21-tooth cultivator with finger harrows; Bush Hog, spring loaded, 8-tooth chisel plow; Case IH 8570 big square baler with acid applicator and monitor, has made 16,500 bales; Case IH 8455 round baler makes 4’x6’ bales, used very little; NH 310 baler, like new; NH 256 rake; Fransguard 6000 3-pt hitch wheel rake; NH 679 tandem manure spreader with extra beater, good condition; Market 250 bushel gravity grain wagon; Pronovost 78” heavy duty snowblower, high capacity, fully hydraulic, with chute, hood and drum rotation, top condition; Buhler 7’ finishing mower; 5’ 3-pt hitch flail mower; Allied 40’ x 8’ grain auger, PTO drive; 24’ x 6” transfer auger on wheels, for grain or fertilizer, with inoculant applicator, PTO drive; DMC 44 grain cleaner, counter rotating; 8’ Ag-Bagger with backstop; 9’ Ag-Bagger; NH 38 crop chopper; Gehl 1060 harvester with hay pickup and 2-row corn head; Gehl 760 harvester with 2-row corn head and hay pickup,
Trailers: Team Spirit custom trailer, 24’x8’ car hauler, 4500 lbs, tandem axles with electric 16’ canopy, rubber floor, bolted in tool box, top condition, only used a few times; Team Spirit 16’ tandem axle cargo trailer, safetied; dual tandem construction float trailer, 8.6’ x23’, plus 6‘ beaver tail and ramps, electric brakes; 8’x20’ tandem axle dual trailer equipped with steel meshed sides to hold mulch bags; tandem 12’ hydraulic steel truck box dump trailer with 6’ sides, 14 ton capacity; tandem 16’ x 7.5’ float trailer with manual hydraulic dump; tandem 7’x16’ trailer with 5200 lb axles, new tires, lights and deck.
Landscape Equipment: Dutchmans 450 I 40” tree spade; Brillion landscape, 6’ seeder, 3-pt hitch; Brillion over seeder, both seeders like new; sod unroller attachment for Kubota loader; 2 land levelers with hydraulic transport wheels; 3 landscapers, 3-pt hitch; 3 Gills spike levelers, 3-pt hitch; 7’ aerator, 3-pt hitch; Mashio 5’ rototiller; Howard 6’ rototiller 3-pt hitch; Bowie 10’ hydraulic straw crimper; Jacobsen sod roller with 5.5 hp motor; 5’ rotary cutter; 2 Farm King 3-pt hitch 10’ harrows, 1 flat and 1 chain; Hardi sprayer, 30 gallon; Biologic spreader with turf tires; 2 sets of MF 3-pt hitch discs; 1 set of 12’ hydraulics discs; 3 MF plows.
Miscellaneous: Houghton Viceroy show buggy; Stanhope horse gig; pair of buggy lamps; McLaughlin buggy; 2-wheel driving cart; antique copper roof cupola, 44”x44”x65”; portable hydraulic tilt-table hoof trimming chute; Cover-All building; 40’x50’ with new cover, colour buyer’s choice; 40’ shipping container with 4 sections and side doors to each; 1976 Monte Carlo, 76,000 miles, all original, runs well, good condition; IH 1951 antique pickup truck, all original, good condition; new 3-pt hitch posthole auger; 3-pt. hitch wood splitter; 5 pieces Mastercraft garage storage cabinets, new; 2006 Arctic Cat 250 ATV, 2 WD, 188 kms, like new; 1999 Yamaha Big Bear 350 ATV, 4×4; Jet 3” trash pump; 3 poly water tanks; early 1900’s 4-1/2’ John Bertram lathe, 14” swing, 1-1/2 hp, 220v. with some tooling pieces; 8 Kubota 15.5/60-18 tires and rims; 10 trailer tires and rims; 2 portable fuel tanks; industrial sand blaster, cabinet style; Columbia 54” mower, zero turn; Mobark brush cutter attachment for excavator; 5th wheel dolly with tongue; Dakota 1 ton pallet pump truck; King 2 ton engine hoist; Toro lawn dump truck, 6 cylinder, antique; 15 panels 6’x8’ safety fencing; wheelbarrows; quantity of steel t-posts.
Auctioneer’s Note: For pictures and additional consignments, please visit www.theauctionfever.com or www.jamesauction.com.
Owners and Auctioneers not responsible for loss or accidents.
Cash or Cheque with Proper ID
Barry Dean at M&R Feeds
Carson Hill 613-821-2946
James Auction Service Ltd.
Stewart James 613-445-3269
Stewart James Jr. 613-222-2815
Erin James-Merkley 613-277-7128