WINCHESTER PRESS OFFICE HOURS
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.
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.
HELP WANTED – Crysler Dairy Farm is looking for a full-time empoyee. Great wages. 613-551-3341.
HELP WANTED – Full and/or part-time worker for dairy farm. Milking, feeding and other chores. Call 613-774-6510.
HELP WANTED – Papa Gus, Chesterville needs drivers and cooks. 613-448-1444.
ROADABLE STORAGE TRAILERS
Dry and watertight. By the week or month. Delivery charges extra. Call Ed Duncan 613-989-2838.
DUMPSTERS FOR RENT – Call 613-448-3471.
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.
FOR RENT – Williamsburg, 2 bedroom apartment, $750 per month all inclusive. Available Nov. 1. First, last and references. 613-535-2208 or 613-822-6635.
FOR RENT – One bedroom apartment in South Mountain. $650 per month, heat included. No pets. Available immediately. Laundry facility in building. 613-989-2103 or 613-798-3257
DUPLEX FOR RENT – 2-bedroom, newly renovated, 28 Church St., Chesterville. $800 per month plus utilities. Call 613-448-2159.
FOR RENT – 2-bedroom apartment, Winchester. $615 per month plus utilities. 613-774-5090.
FOR RENT – Large 2-bedroom apartment, completely renovated, quiet, secure adult building. Laundry facilities, parking, Williamsburg. 613-853-6592.
FOR RENT – Apartment in Chesterville. 2nd floor, 2 bedroom, adult building. Appliances not included, washer and dryer hook ups ensuite, parking spot with plug in. Utilities extra. No pets. $750. Available Feb. 1. Please call 613-448-2643.
Photographs appearing in the Winchester Press are available in colour. They must be prepaid when ordered and can be paid for by VISA or MasterCard. Order at the Winchester Press office, 545 St. Lawrence Street, Winchester, or phone 613-774-2524.
Murray and Edith Campbell of Winchester are thrilled to announce the birth of their second grandson, Jacob, on October 28, 2017, weighing a healthy 9 lb. 11 oz. A little brother for Noah. Proud parents are Jennifer (Campbell) and Addam Robertson of Nepean.
– Much Love to All
Card of Thanks
WINCHESTER LIONS CLUB
515 Albert St., 613-774-2630
BINGO – Monday Nights
Julie Padbury 613-441-2013
THRIFT STORE – 613-774-1736
Monday – Friday 9 am-3 pm; Saturday 9 am-12 noon
YE OLDE BARGAIN SHOPPE
CLOSED RE-OPEN JAN. 10
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Chesterville and District Agricultural Society
Sun., Jan. 21 at 1 pm, in the DFA Hall at the Nelson LaPrade Centre, Chesterville. Guest speaker to be determined. If you have been wanting to get involved, now is the time to join our Board of Directors, or just come and get to know us. See you there.
Catch the big screen! Sat., Jan. 20 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.
Big screen, small prices.
CHESTERVILLE LEGION WING NIGHT
Will be held on the first and third Friday of each month starting at 5 pm.
ROBBIE BURNS SERVICE/LUNCHEON
St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Winchester. Sun., Jan. 21 10 am. “Address to the Haggis” following the service. Free will offering.
OUTSTANDING ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLE AUCTION
To be held at our facility 15093 County Road 18, east of Osnabruck Centre. From Highway 401 take Ingleside Exit 770, Dickinson Dr., travel north approximately 1-1/2 km to Osnabruck Centre, turn east onto County Road 18, travel 1/2 km. Watch for signs!
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 commencing at 9:30 am (viewing at 8:00 am)
We are proud to have been consigned to offer for auction, the outstanding private collection of Murray and the late Hazel Detweiler of Oxford Mills,Ontario.
Featured in this auction will be 26 pieces of Canadian Sport Scene pottery; Port-Neuf pottery; a set of California pattern early Transferware; a great assortment of early Canadian furnishings, as well as a spectacular assortment of smalls and collectibles.
Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident.
Cash or Good Cheque with Proper Id
No Interac or Credit Card Payments
No Buyer’s Premium Applied!
Note: We are presently booking spring on-site Farm and Estate Auctions as well as accepting quality consignments for our remaining indoor auctions during the winter as well as machinery and equipment for our Annual Spring Consignment Sale. The most successful spring auction is planned and prepared for in the winter, call now to be assured your desired date. Thanks in advance to our valued customers, looking forward to serving you more in 2018.
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY
Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd.
Full Listing and Pictures
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BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUES, EXQUISITE GLASSWARE, COLLECTIBLES, CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE, TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES
In the Vernon Recreational Centre, Vernon. Turn east on Lawrence St., 1/2 mile just off Bank St. (formerly Highway 31), approximately 20 miles south of Ottawa. Watch for Auction Signs!
SATURDAY, JANUARY 27
commencing at 10 am (viewing starts at 8:30 am)
It’s Auction Time! Welcome to the first of a series of 3 sales in the Vernon Centre. This sale features a vast selection of quality collectibles, exquisite glassware, antique and contemporary furniture. Come and Enjoy!
Oak Renfrew hoosier; primitive corner cupboard; beautiful round oak dining table with leaves and 5 cushioned T-back chairs; beautiful oak sideboard with beveled glass mirror, serpentine drawers and ornate carvings in original condition; oak china cabinet; oak buffet with mirror; fancy Gibbard tea wagon; Gibbard hall table; Victorian marble-top coffee table; oak side server; blanket box; fancy parlour tables; cedar chest; church bench, approximately 40”; chest of drawers; drum table with drawer; oak coat tree; fancy oval mirror; Gibbard 3-tier lamp table; fancy side chairs; dresser and washstand; pedestal plant stand; round oak coffee table; danish teak nesting tables; oak rocking chair; mirrosr;
Contemporary Furniture: quality red leather sectional couch; recliner chair; end tables; other assorted furniture;
Collectibles and Glassware: Gone with the Wind oil lamp (electrified); wooden boat wheel; well pump; antique fire screen; old lamps; stove rings; railroad switch lantern; drink crates; milk bottles; whiffle trees; sock stretchers; brass bells; assorted Tonka toys; original lobster trap; cast iron pans; snowshoes; blue design crock; assorted crocks; antique fire extinguisher; lightening rods; wooden decoy; counter scales; dairy cans; antique wooden wall phone; wooden barrels; good assortment of crystal, Depression, Cranberry, Carnival and cut glass; Royal Doulton figurines; Hummels; beersteins; set of Rogers silverware for 8 in box.
Tools: Stihl BR600 backpack blower, like new; Rigid 12” mitre saw with Rigid stand, like new; Champion 6500 generator with electric start; other assorted tools; many other assorted items.
Auctioneers not responsible for loss or accidents.
Cash or Cheque with Proper ID
JAMES AUCTION SERVICE LTD.
Stewart James 613-445-3269
Stewart James Jr. 613-222-2815
Erin James-Merkley 613-277-7128
Proud of our Past and Passionate about our Future
Thinking of having an auction? Call us to book your Real Estate, Farm or Household Sale.