Notice

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
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WANTED FOR SCRAP
OLD CARS, TRUCKS, VANS AND APPLIANCES. CALL 613-296-4880 OR 613-448-3221.
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Services

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Help Line 613-237-6000. Meeting location info: http://www.seawayvalleynorthdistrict48aa.org
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Lost
Found
Wanted

WANTED – Heated storage approximately 10’x10’ for December 1, 2019. 613-227-0984.
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Help Wanted

HELP WANTED – For dairy farm, Osgoode area, for milking, equipment operation, livestock feeding, full or part-time. Compensation geared to skill level. Contact Steven 613-794-0258.
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HELP WANTED – Equipment operators needed for snowplowing city sidewalks. Competitive wages, equipment experience a must, day and night shifts available. Steve 613-867-8684.
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HELP WANTED – Disabled man, 67, requires help with personal aids. Prefer women. No heavy lifting. Rural location, reliable car required. $22.50 /hour. Call Ken 613-890-1926.
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HELP WANTED – Gillette Farms Inc. in Embrun is looking for a dairy farm milker for early morning shift. Necessary to work ever other weekend. Other duties include but not limited to feeding livestock, barn cleaning and helping with calving. Base remuneration of $14 per hour. Please send  your resume to info@fermegillette.ca.
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HELP WANTED – General farm labourer. Tractor driving experience required. 613-543-2312.
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HELP WANTED – Full-time position Robotic Dairy Farm near Chesterville, Mon.-Fri., 7 am-4 pm and occasional weekends. Pay is based on experience, skill level and work ethic. For questions and resumes email rudytoinet@gmail.com.
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Work Wanted

WORK WANTED: Handyman services. Will help with most small jobs. 613-774-2922.
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For Rent

ROADABLE STORAGE TRAILERS
Dry and watertight. By the week or month. Delivery charges extra. Call Ed Duncan 613-791-6133.
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DUMPSTERS FOR RENT – Call 613-448-3471.
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FOR RENT – 1000-3000 sq. ft. of commercial space, located at 614 St. Lawrence St., Winchester. Contact Terry Sloane 613-322-0026.
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Accommodation

THE LINTON APARTMENTS – 2-bedroom suites available, clean, quiet, secure, parking, appliances included. Ideal for seniors. Call Lynda 613-979-7773 for appointment to view.
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WANTED TO RENT – A one bedroom apartment for December 1, 2019. 613-227-0984.
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For Sale

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.
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FIREWOOD FOR SALE – Maple, ash, elm, cut, split, $85 per cord for 6 cord load, delivered. 613-535-2382.
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FOR SALE – Sewing machine table, walnut veneer, closed 25”x17”, open 50”x17”, 1 drawer. Plus old gear driven Singer head. 613-989-5511.
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Automotive
Farm
Household
Pets/Livestock
Recreational
Card of Thanks

CARD OF THANKS – A special thank you to our friends, relatives and family who attended the funeral service for Wanda Marie Goodwin; also for the beautiful cards and phone calls we received. Your sympathy, love and messages of kindness was very much appreciated. Thank you to the nurses and staff at Dundas Manor for the good care and comfort given to Wanda during her stay for the last 5 years. Wanda has gone to rest with her loving husband Ron who passed away September 4, 2014. We have lost a very dear one from our family but the happy memories of family get-togethers with laughter and love that we treasure in our hearts will last forever.
– The Williams, Goodwin and Mattice Families
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In Memoriam
Coming Events

WINCHESTER LIONS CLUB
515 Albert St., 613-774-2630
BINGO – Monday Nights
HALL RENTALS
Julie Padbury 613-441-2013
THRIFT STORE – 613-774-1736
Tuesday – Friday 9 am-3 pm; Saturday 9 am-12 noon
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MOVIE NIGHT
www.moovies.ca
Catch the big screen! Nov. 9  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.
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OUR FAMOUS LUNCHEON
AND BAZAAR
Presented by Hallville United Church Women, Sat., Nov. 9, 11 am-1 pm, Agricultural Hall, South Mountain. Lunch $10. Seating for lunch begins at 11:15 am. Home baking, crafts, preserves, nearly new, Silent Auction.
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YULETIDE TEA
Sat., Nov. 9, 9 am-12 noon, Russell United Church, 38 Mill Street, Russell. Information Eileen Hamelin 613-445-5335.
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CANADIAN CLUB OF
MORRISBURG AND DISTRICT
Wed., Nov. 20, 7 pm, Morrisburg Legion. Guest Speaker: Dr. Michel LeMay. Topic: Cardiac Care. Call 613-774-2407 or 613-543-2922. Everyone welcome.
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FARM CADETS KIDS DAY CAMP
A day camp focusing on the contribution of rural Canadian children during Canada’s war effort. Activities include planting a victory garden, salvage scavenger hunt, and a war ration pumpkin pie recipe. Fri., Nov. 15. Drop off: 8:30-9:30 am. Program: 9:30 am-3:30 pm. Pick up: 3:30 – 4:30 pm. $30 for the day. Cash or cheque. Age: 6-12. Registration: 613-821-4062 or education@osgoodemuseum.ca
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FALL BAZAAR & LUNCHEON
Christ Church United, Water St., Chesterville, Sat., Nov. 9, 11 am-1 pm. Lunch: adults $8; children 6 -12 $5. Crafts, baking, books, White Elephant.
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JANE COOPER
At the Osgoode Township Museum, Sat., Nov. 16, 1:00 pm. Guest speaker: local Historian Jane Cooper presents Algonquin families that resided in Metcalfe in the 1850s. Free to the public. Cookies, coffee and tea will be provided at the event. Registration: education@osgoodemuseum.com or 613-821-4062.
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AFTERNOON DANCE
Sun., Nov. 10 with “This Old Heart and the Country Comrades, 1-5 pm, at IOOF Hall in Williamsburg.
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CDAS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Chesterville and District Agricultural Society (CDAS) Annual General meeting, Sun., Nov. 24, at the DFA Hall in the Nelson LaPrade Center. Join us for light lunch at 12 noon, meeting will start at 1 pm. Guest Speaker  Holly Byker, of University of Guelph, Winchester Research Station. We encourage all members of CDAS to attend. Open to the public as well.
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Yard Sales
Auction Sales

OUTSTANDING ANTIQUE AND
COLLECTIBLE ESTATE 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, NOVEMBER 9 commencing at 9 am
Featuring an amazing assortment of Georgian, Victorian, and early country furnishings, a fine assortment of quality smalls, collectibles and more.
Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident.
TERMS
Cash or Good Cheque
with Proper ID
PROPRIETOR
Prominent Brockville estate, name withheld at family’s request.
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY
Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd.
Ingleside, Ontario
613-537-8862
www.peterrossauction.ca
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AUCTION SALE
CORVETTE CAR, QUANTITY OF GM PARTS INCLUDING 3 REBUILT ENGINES, MECHANICS TOOLS AND OTHER ITEMS RELATED TO THE MECHANIC AND RACING INDUSTRY.
To be held on site at Civic #3436 Dwyer Hill Road, Ashton, Ontario, K0A 1B0 (corner of Dwyer Hill and Franktown Road).
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16
commencing at 10 am
1974 Corvette Stingray, 350 MSP ignition, mechanical drive tach, center line wheels (car runs but fuel line upgrade to carb needs connection, and rear bumper missing); Big Block Chev 454 (rebuilt); Short Block Chev 350 (rebuilt), .060 over, Camel Hump heads, 2.02/1.60 valves, Venolia pistons, 5 quart oil pan, hamburger roller chain, general kinetics hydraulic NHRA legal cheater cam; Short Block Chev rebuilt with Vortec heads and aluminum intake, 2-speed power glide 1.82 first gear manual valve body, GM trans; GM Big Block headers; Small Block Chev 282-327-350 hp heads with intakes; Small Block Chev 882 heads; Corvette rear end with 3.08 gear posi with half shaft axles; Chev Big Block heads; Big Block Chev distributor; Small Block Chev Edlebrock aluminum custom intake; 8” Chev Rally wheels with chrome rings; 1955-57 Chev chrome valve covers; 1965 Chevelle headlights and tail lights; dozens and dozens of other GM parts; chest-on-chest toolbox; large quantity of hand and power tools mostly related to the automotive trade; one ton engine hoist; engine stand; engine work table; Moto-Master battery charger; Mastercraft wire feed welder; Coleman gas powered generator; 1300 psi electric power washer with cart; 1989 GMC Sierra halfton truck (scrap or parts only); 1999 Malibu car (parts or scrap only); quantity of other scrap; many other articles too numerous to mention.
Note: Mr. Seguin was involved in the local racecar industry for over 4 decades in the capacity of a contender and therefore has a lot of mostly GM parts that will be of interest to other such enthusiasts. Be sure to attend.
Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident.
TERMS
Cash or Good Cheque
With Proper ID
PROPRIETOR
Mr. John Seguin
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY
Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd.
Ingleside, Ontario
613-537-8862
www.peterrossauction.ca
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