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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KARL’S MOVING
613-802-2544
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Services

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Help Line 613-237-6000. Meeting location info: http://www.seawayvalleynorthdistrict48aa.org.
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Lost
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 – Tree planters. Local forestry contracting company requires tree planters for work in eastern Ontario from mid-April into late May. Pay is piece rate. Some transportation available. Send resume or questions to jbols@storm.ca
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HELP WANTED – Local residential construction company seeking a carpenter or carpenter’s helper. Valid drivers licence. Call 613-913-9598.
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HELP WANTED – Snack Shack, Chesterville is looking for part-time help. Experience an asset but will train. Apply 613-448-2093 or billleclair01@hotmail.com
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HELP WANTED – Looking for full or part-time help on dairy farm in Winchester. Call Matt for more info 613-227-3827.
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Work Wanted

WORK WANTED – Soundtastic Productions DJ Services since 1988. Steve Barkley 613-402-0518 steve.djockey@gmail.com. Find us on Facebook@Soundtastic Productions.
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For Rent

ROADABLE STORAGE TRAILERS
Dry and watertight. By the week or month. Delivery charges extra. Call Ed Duncan 613-989-2838.
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DUMPSTERS FOR RENT – Call 613-448-3471.
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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 – For April 1, a 1 -bedroom apartment in Winchester. Non-smoker. 613-774-3438
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FOR RENT – 3-bedroom apartment in Winchester. Available May 1. Phone 613-875-0811 after 5 pm.
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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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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE – 8 acres, home, near South Mountain. 2 + 1 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, main with ensuite and wic, livingroom, den kitchen, diningroom. Basement partially finished, disability aids, radiant floor heat, woodstove. Passive solar design. Attached garage is 480 sq ft,  carport. Appliances: fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer. Covered equipment shed, 1500 sq ft,  open shed, 2000 sq. ft. Golf nearby. As is $335,000. Agricultural equipment available. Phone 613-304-0963.
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FARM FOR SALE – 30 minutes south of downtown Ottawa. Approximately 75+ acres cleared prime agricultural land, zoned AG1. Naturally drained. This property boasts many outbuildings, large barn, new storage shed, lovely older home with upgrades and original charm. This property is waiting for cattle, goats or horses. This is a gem and is located close to all amenities. Serious inquiries only. agfarmer@sympatico.ca
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Automotive
Farm

WANTED TO RENT – Farmland for the 2019 growing season and beyond. Large and small acreage considered. Tiled or untiled. Competitive price paid. Call Mike 613-989-3969
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FOR SALE – 50 round bales of first cut hay, stored inside, good hay $45 a bale. Call 613-448-2742.
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WANTED – Spent hens. 613-821-2729
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Household
Pets/Livestock
Recreational
Card of Thanks
In Memoriam

MURIEL MCINTOSH
In loving memory of our dear sister who passed away on March 17, 2010.
We hold you tightly in our hearts
And there you will remain.
Life has gone on without you
But it will never be the same.
– Loved and remembered every day
– Betty and Gary Price, Myrna Whelan
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JIM ROBINSON
March 13, 2018
We who loved you sadly miss you
As it dawns the first year.
In our lonely hours of thinking
Thoughts of you are always near.
– Missing you tremendously
– Mike and Cathy
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MILTON ROBINSON
February 18, 2005
You’re not forgotten father,
Nor ever shall you be;
As long as life and memory last
I shall remember thee.
– Lovingly remembered
– Mike and Cathy
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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! Sat., March 16 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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ST. PADDY’S CELEBRATION
Sat., March 16, 4 pm, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 370, Iroquois. Corned beef and cabbage. Take-out available. Dinner $10 per person.
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MARRIAGE & FAMILY SEMINAR
Sat., March 16, 1-3 pm., Harmony Church. Presenters: Tom & Caramel Gray, associate staff with FamilyLife Ministries. No charge but a free will offering will be received. Please contact the church to pre-register. 613-774-5170
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FRENCH RIVIERA
LADIES GROUP
Collette Vacations & Thom Travel. Escorted by Shelley Cumberland. Oct. 18-29, 2019. Tour  information night, McIntosh Inn, Morrisburg, March 25, 7 – 9 pm. $100 discount pp off tour for attending. Please RSVP to shelley@thomtravel.com 613-543-2133 by March 20. TICO 1258982
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COMMUNITY FOOD SHARE
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Mon., March 25, 7 pm. St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Winchester. For more information call 613-898-0781 or email admin@communityfoodshare.ca
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AMBUSH
M.T.A.S St. Patrick’s Day Dance
Sat., March 16. Doors open 8:30 pm. music 9 pm. $15 at door, no advance ticket sales. Age of majority. South Mountain Agricultural Hall, 2967 Lough Rd., South Mountain.
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TEA AND BAKE SALE
Vernon Women’s Institute, Sat., March 16 from 11:30 am-1 pm, Vernon Presbyterian Church. Lunch: Chicken a la King, desserts, coffee and tea. Entertainment, Door Prizes. Adults $12, children 12 and under $6. Everyone welcome.
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Yard Sales
Auction Sales

DAIRY HERD
Herd of Leela Holsteins
(John Leeflang)
Perth, Ontario
To be held at Ottawa Livestock Exchange, Greely, Ontario
THURSDAY, MARCH 21
commencing at 1 pm
Herd consisting of 14 purebred and grade first calf Holstein heifers, due anytime, all vaccinated, bred to Angus bull, go outside every day….
INFORMATION
613-821-2634
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BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUES, EXQUISITE GLASSWARE, COLLECTIBLES, VINTAGE 4 HP JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES
In the Vernon Recreational Centre, Vernon. Turn east on Lawrence St. 1/2 mile, just off Bank St.(formerly Hwy 31) approximately 20 miles south of Ottawa. Watch for Auction signs.
SUNDAY, MARCH 24
commencing at 10 am
viewing starts at 8:30 am
Come and join us for the 3rd Vernon sale this season. Just a reminder that this sale is on a Sunday.
Antiques: Oak curved glass china cabinet; music cabinet; vanity; hall umbrella stand with mirror; church pew; highboy dresser; oak bookcase; games table; cedar chest; occasional tables; nesting tables; tea wagon; washstand; oak parlour table; oak coat tree; drop leaf table; plant stand; marble-top parlour table; small desk; oak filing cabinet; antique oak wheelchair; oval mirror; window mirror.
Glassware: RD Babie HN 1697; RD Blythe Morning HN 2065; Hummels; assorted crystal, cut, cranberry and depression glass; assorted china dishes; Trisha Romance collector plates; Beswick bowl; Nova Scotia blue cake stand; made in Germany cobalt and gold edged luncheon dinnerware;
Collectibles: Lazier CW blue design crock; crocks; Crockery whiskey bottle; oil lamps; cheese box; Drambuie box; drink crates; wooden pulley; small Mickey Mouse record player; small domed trunk; 2 wooden tool boxes; munitions box; artist box; 2 desk top boxes; Mutual Life Insurance weekly remittance box with key; collection of pocket knives; snowshoes; cast iron pot and skillets; Coleman lanterns; cookie jars; milk bottles; large steel iron; bread dough maker; wooden plane; coffee grinder; Mandolin guitar; oil bottle; lantern with red globe; brass pot; stovepipe rings; antique cooking utensils; collector telephone, push button dial; wrought iron pieces; milk can.
Miscellaneous: Vintage Johnson 4 hp out board motor, mint condition; Lawnboy lawnmower; Husqvarna push mower; assorted tools; fishing tackle and lures; hockey picture of New York Rangers 57-58; garden trailer; ladders; Stanley mitre saw; many other assorted items.
Auctioneers not responsible for loss or accidents.
Refreshments Available
TERMS
Cash, Debit 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
jamesauction.com
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