Notice

NEW OFFICE HOURS
WINCHESTER PRESS
Open Monday and Friday
9am – 12 Noon Only

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Services

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Help Line 613-237-6000. Meeting location info: http://www.seawayvalleynorthdistrict48aa.org
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RAY’S TREE REMOVAL
All seasons, fully insured. Trimmings, stump removal, lot clearing. Fast and safe. 613-850-4444.
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Lost
Found
Wanted
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 – Horse farm looking for a weekday stable hand, 3-4 days per week, am and pm shifts available, wage depending on experience. Please call or text Amy 613-791-9116.

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HELP WANTED – VS Landscape Group is looking for a snow shoveler to work in Winchester. $18 per hour. Call/text Brent 613-340-5529 or email: info@vslandscape.ca.

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HELP WANTED – Part-time help wanted at Ben’s Pioneer Gas, Winchester. Apply in person with resume.

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HELP WANTED – The Winchester Legion is seeking part-time bartenders. Must be Smart Serve qualified and have good interpersonal skills. Resumes may be dropped off at the Legion at 482 Main Street, Winchester and addressed to Bar Chairperson.                         

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Work Wanted
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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FOR RENT – 2 bedroom apartment, Winchester, includes washer, dryer, fridge and stove. No Pets. Available Dec. 1. For more information call 613-261-6010.
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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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Automotive
Farm

WANTED TO RENT – Farmland for the 2020 growing season and beyond. Large and small acreage considered. Tiled or untiled. Competitive price paid. Call Mike 613-989-3969.

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Household
Pets/Livestock
Recreational
Card of Thanks

WDMH Auxiliary

Christmas Draw Winners

1st. Dwayne Pemberton, Winchester

2nd. Norma Watts, Morrisburg

3rd. Joanne Clemens, Russell

Thanks to our sponsors: Russell Home Hardware, Tuque de Broue Brewery Embrun, Etienne Brule Brewery Embrun, St. Albert’s Cheese and Robert Jordan Construction, Morrisburg.

We raised $5,000.00.

Thanks to everyone for your support

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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


MOVIE NIGHT
www.moovies.ca

Catch the big screen! Sat., January 11, 2020 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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Yard Sales
Auction Sales

AUCTION SALE

To be held at our facility, 15093 County Road 18, east of Osnabruck Centre. From Highway 401 take Ingleside Exit #770 Dickinson Drive, travel north approximately 1-1/2 kms to Osnabruck Centre, turn east onto County Road 18, travel 1/2 km. Watch for signs!

SATURDAY, JANUARY 4

commencing at 9:30 am

In excess $200,000 worth of jewelry including gold and precious stones (much of which sells with professional appraisals). Several quality pieces of art including one painting by a member of The Group of Seven; in excess of 100 pieces of stoneware (much of it being blue decorated); approximately 100 rare oil lamps; several quality pieces of country furniture including a tiger maple step-back cupboard; an exquisite chip carved spice cabinet; in excess of 50 early Royal Doulton’s; and more.

Note: This collection, in particular the jewelry and art, has taken Ron and Betty in excess of 50 years to amass, and having bought and sold 1000’s of  antique and vintgage items over the last half century these particular items, having made their way and remaining in the Neville’s personal collection for in many cases as long as they have been collecting, speaks volumes for the quality that will be offered in this fine auction.

Auctioneer’s Note: We have had the honour of liquidating many fine collections and estates over the years however, this one in both the amount and variation in quality items, has to rate among the best.

Owner and Auctioneer not responsible for loss or accident.

For full listing and over 300 photos, follow us on Facebook or visit our website.

TERMS

Cash or Good Cheque

With Proper ID

PROPRIETORS

Ron and Betty Neville

AUCTION CONDUCTED BY

Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd.

Ingleside, Ontario

613-537-8862

www.peterrossauctions.ca

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