1) A ride around Trinity after the Auction with Glen Vokey on his 1978 Harley Davidson Motorcycle 2) Eastlink Tote Bag Tocque Fleece Blanket Donated by Eastlink 3) Eat Out – Restaurant Package Two $20.00 gift certificates from Don Cherry’s, Clarenville Three Regular 6” sandwiches from Subway, Clarenville – expires Dec 30, 2011 Three two piece meals from Kentucky Fried Chicken, Clarenville 4) Royal Blue Medium Coat donated by Rebecca Bell, Bell Aliant Two hats from Eastern Hyundai, Clarenville XL Grey t-shirt from Canadian Tire, Clarenville 5) Clay Pot Home Made Wind Chimes from Trinity Historical Society Summer Programming One Dozen Quidi Vidi Light 2 beer glasses – one 1892 and the other Eric Cream Ale Donated by Quidi Vidi Brewery 6) Good Reading 1 A) Newfoundland Books “Don’t have your baby in the Dory: A Biography of Myra Bennett by H. Gordon Green “Dory Loads” by Kevin Major “Gaffer” by Kevin Major “The Corrigan Women” by M.T Dohaney “Where Once Our Mothers Stood We Stand” by Margot L. Ducey “The Confessions of Nipper Mooney” by Ed Kavanagh B) Newfoundland Politics “The Smallwood Years” by Ray Guy “Danny Williams: The War with Ottawa” by Bill Rowe “The Many Cartoon Faces of Danny” by Kevin Tobin C) Award Winners (Pultizer; Giller; Man Booker; Governor General’s Award for Fiction) “A Good House” by Bonnie Burnard “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel “A Thousand Acres” by Jane Smiley “The Bishop’s Man” by Linden MacIntyre “Our Lady of the Lost and Found” by Diane Schoemperlen Donated by Randy and Ginny Bell 7) Eat, Shop and Sleep Package One Night accommodation at Clarenville Inn, expires December 31, 2011 donated by Clarenville Inn $10.00 gift certificate from Riff’s for Clarenville location $10.00 gift certificate from Something Special, Clarenville $10.00 gift certificate from Rod’s Restaurant, Clarenville $25.00 gift card from Walmart, Clarenville 8) Molson Canadian Sports Bag Molson Canadian Hat Molson Canadian Lunch Bag Coors Light XL Grey T-shirt One Dozen Coors Light 9) CD/DVD Storage Case – holds 320 discs Digital Photo Frame Donated by Custom Computer Centre, Bonavista 10) Robert Slade Cod Jigger Coat Hook – made at the Green Family Forge. Limited number made each summer. 11) Refurbished Telephone – Vista 200 – donated by Gary Farrell, Rutter 12) Large Ladies Ski-doo Cable Knit Sweater – Ice Cream Color Donated by Bruce’s Recreation Clarenville 13) Children’s Package A. Childs Wooden Table and Three Chairs B. Dolls High Chair, Play Pen, Stroller and Cradle 14) For the Gardener Wooden Flower Pot Stand donated by Gerald and Barbara Spurrell $20.00 gift certificate from Balsolm Gardens, Clarenville Hydrangea Annabelle Flower – White – from Bayview Gardens, Lethbridge One hand held lawn seed/fertilizer spreader – donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling Spectra Tools Hedge Trimmer – donated by Canadian Tire, Clarenville Clay Pot Home Made Wind Chimes from Trinity Historical Society Summer Programming 15) Books from Breakwater Books – New “Angels of Maradona” by Glen Carter “Sick Joke: Cancer, Japan and Back Again” by Glenn Deir “All Gone Widdun” by Annamarie Beckel “St. John’s: A Brief History” by Joan Rusted “Island Maid: Voices of Outport Women” by Rhonda Pelley; Photography by Sheilagh O’Leary 16) Case of 24 cans of Pepsi Classic Navy/Light Grey XL Pepsi coat Donated by Blair Patrick, Browning Harvey Ltd. 17) Two Gallons of Pittsburgh Paint – Super White - donated by Bartlett’s Electrical $50.00 gift certificate from Sweet Lumber Tool Belt donated by Donna and Geoff Dawe 18) “Evening in Trinity” print by Louise Colbourne Andrews 19) Good Reading 2 A) Provincial Related Books “Tracing One Warm Line” Elizabeth Mouland (ed) “To Johnnie with Love” by Pearl Collis Kochan “ Time is of the Lessons” by William C. Hefferston “How Strong the Roots” by Clarence Brown Dewling “Short Shorts” by Clarence Brown Dewling “Fun on the Rock” by Herbert Lench Pottle “This Marvellous Terrible Place” by Yva Momatiuk & John Eastcott B) Good Reading Books “The Laughter of Dead Kings” by Elizabeth Peters “Wash This Blood Clean from My Hands” by Vargas “Cursed” by Carol Higgins Clark “The Manor of Death” by Bernard Knight “Dispensation of Death” by Michael Jecks “The Price of Love (and other stories) by Peter Robinson C) Good Reading Books “You Have the Right to Remain Puzzled” by Parnell Hall “Too Many Murders” by Colleen McCullough “The Fabric of Sin” by Phil Rickman “The Various Haunts of Men” by Susan Hill “Buckingham Palace Gardens” by Anne Perry “Murder in the Mind” by Lyndon Stacey Donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling 20 A) Product of Newfoundland Stenciled Tote Bag B) F.J. Morris Stenciled Tote Bag – 64 lbs Cod Fish C) Made in Trinity Stenciled Tote Bag Made by Provincial Historic Sites Staff, Trinity with stencils from the Trinity Historical Society Collection 21) 12 piece set of Woodland Creatures from Franklyn Porcelain Collection. 1984. Great for display in a curio cabinet Donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling 22 A) Tea Box and Cakes from Two Whales Coffee Shop, Port Rexton B) Coffee Box and Cakes from Two Whales Coffee Shop, Port Rexton 23) The Morning After the Night Before Breakfast for two at Maidment House, Trinity Valid for the 2011 or 2012 season – call ahead to book Donated by Karen, Eric, Benjamin and Fred (Cook) Goldsworthy, Maidment House One pass for two people for the Trinity Historical Walking Tour donated by Kevin Toope 24) Molly Mop – The Pretty Stick Donated by Yvonne Godfrey 25 A) Five Brass Candle Holders Three are from the Victorian era donated by Carolyn Stone B) Tin Flour Container 26) Table and Four Chairs Donated by Tom Maybee and Barbara George 27) Buffet/Side Boards A. Donated by Yvonne Godfrey B. Donated by Ian Morris and Brenda O’Brien 28) Framed print “Cod Jigging” by Willis Hancock Donated by Creative Gifts, Trinity 29) Items from the Green Family Forge A) Fireplace Set B) Pot Rack C) Gate Latch D) Robert Slade Cod Jigger Coat Hook - limited edition made each year for sale Items made by Wade Ivany and/or Jonathan Johnson 30) Hooked tea pot cozy made with wool, silk and mohair – hooked on a cotton backing. Made and donated by Brenda Head 31) Bense Medical Aesthetics gift certificate – for a microderm/peel Expires Feb 2012 32) Let’s Go Golfing A) Two Twin Rivers Weekend Passes (Terra Nova Resort) Green Fee & ½ Cart Included. Expires October 20, 2011 & One Night Hotel Room Stay (expires October 9, 2011) Donated by Eastlink B) Sports Bag Golf Towel Hand Santizer Stain Remover Hat Touque Water Bottle Donated by John O’Dea, McInnes Cooper 33) Telescope and Stand donated by Ed and Elizabeth Burry 34) Framed print of King’s Cove by and donated from Ed Roche 35) Two square concrete flower pots originally purchased from the Hiscock House Store in the 1970s. Donated by Tom and Yvonne Toope. 36) Coffee Table with a Marble Top donated by Katharina Frasure 37) One Night for Two with Breakfast at Fisher’s Loft Inn, Port Rexton Valid either in October 2011 or May 2012 One pass for two people for the Trinity Historical Walking Tour donated by Kevin Toope 38) Floor Rug donated by June Perry 39) Gift Certificate for two people to go Whale Watching with Sea of Adventures Donated by Chris and Shawna Prince. 40) Original Oil Painting by Sylvia Jeans 41) Wine Cabinet constructed by the Older Workers Program staff during the winter 2011 42) Map of Newfoundland & the Maritime Provinces – 1855 map published by J.H. Colton & Co. No 172 William St. New York. Donated by Jim and Carol Whitlock 43) Spend an Afternoon at the Green Family Forge with Blacksmith Wade Ivany and Apprentice Jonathan Johnson to learn some basic blacksmithing techniques and walk away with an item that you have made. Must call ahead to make arrangements for either Fall 2011 or Spring 2012. 44) Autographed photo of Michael Ryder donated by Brian Groves 45) Framed print titled “Hallowed Walls” by and donated from Ed Roche 46) Hooked Mat # 1 from Trinity Museum Welcome Mat 47 A) Telescope B) Set of Snowshoes C) Seven wooden apples and a basket D) Cooper Bowl E) Hot Beverage Time – Two coffee pots and a kettle Donated by Don and Robin Kalsched 48) Framed with matte needlepoint by Sarah Dewling Light House scene Measuring 17 cm x 17 cm 49) Food, Friends and Fun Gourmet Dinner for 8 people at the Seasonal Home of Ed & Elizabeth Burry – Sunday, September 4, 2011 at 7 pm. 50) Hand-stitched embroidered wall hanging or quilt by Older Workers program staff during the winter 2011. Each block depicts something provincial related – fishing, mummering, etc – sewed on a piece of NL Tartan. 51) Hand Embroidered Squares completed by the Older Workers program staff during the winter of 2011. Would make for nice pillow covers or frame them for wall hangings A) Mother’s Baking B) Bringing Water C) Newfoundland and Labrador 52) Two nights at “The Other House” during 2011 or 2012 season. Fully furnished vacation home in Trinity. Call ahead to make reservations. Donated by Ian White. 53) 10 lbs of Trinity Bay Salt Fish – to be delivered in Trinity or St. John’s once dried. Donated by Kevin Toope. 54) Original Painting by Kathleen Knowling of Tom Spurrell’s Forge/Garage in Trinity, 2000 – donated by Tineke Gow, Artisan Inn. 55) A) Green Blanket Box B) Wooden Bowling Ball Set C) Wooden Sled Donated by Ada Nemec 56) A) Wash Stand – water damage from Hurricane Igor Donated by Gerald and Barbara Spurrell B) Ceramic Jug and Basin (there is a crack in the basin) donated by Annie Phillips 57) House Portrait or landscape watercolour painting of your choice by Cathy Driedzic measuring 11 x 14. To be completed in Trinity Bight or St. John’s. Value 58) Do it Yourself – Cathy Driedzic will lead you through the steps to make your own painting. Maybe your house or a favourite scene, your dog – you choose. One day workshop including all supplies and framing if you want it – To be completed in Trinity Bight or St. John’s. 59) End Table with Magazine Rack and Lamp (shade and bulb included) Donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling 60) Assorted Wines (12 bottles) donated by Eric Parsons 61) Items from the Cooperage A) Wooden Shelf B) Mat Frame C) Fishermen’s Lunch Bucket Handcrafted by Lester Cooper 62) Hooked Mat #2 from the Trinity Museum Hiscock House 63) Items from Green Family Forge A) Three candle holders (large, medium and small) with candle snuffer B) Fire place poker C) Robert Slade Cod Jigger Coat Hook – a limited number are made each summer Items made by Wade Ivany and/or Jonathan Johnson 64) Handwoven Woolen Blanket “Row by Rowe” made and donated by Nancy Rowe MacPherson (great granddaughter of Abel & Honor Rowe) Measures 82 inches wide x 94 inches long 100% wool blanket handwoven on a 100” loom at the studio of Kingston Handloom Weavers and Spinners, ON 65) Rug Hooks made by Wade Ivany A) Rug Hook 1 – made from a piece of an apple tree B) Rug Hook 2 – made from a piece of lilac 66) Wood Carving – A hand carved puffin made from pine painted with acrylic paints by Walter Lin Penney 67) Large Suitcase/Small Trunk (34 x 22 x 13 inches). Canvas Covered, Wood Bound. Still has the label “Arthur Morris, Trinity Junction” on it. Two hapses are missing. Donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling 68) Wooden Deck/Patio Chair 69) Wooden Settee/Fishermen’s Couch donated by Gordon and Marie Fraize 70) Breakfast for Four at Maidment House for the 2011 or 2012 season. Must book ahead of time. Donated by Karen, Eric, Benjamin and Fred (cook) Goldsworthy One pass for two people for the Trinity Historical Walking Tour donated by Kevin Toope 71) ¼ page advertisement in any weekday edition of The Telegram, weekend editions excluded. Advertisement must be placed by January 31, 2012 72) Framed with matte needlepoint by Sarah Dewling Country Villa Measures 20 cm x 20 cm 73) Set of Three Candle Holders (white with glass globes) Donated by Ed and Elizabeth Burry 74) Stepping Stone Scene of Trinity painted on NL Slate by Justin Nurse. Donated by Tineke Gow, Artisan Inn. (Justin is working with Rising Tide Theatre this summer) 75) Dinner for Four at the Twine Loft & Four Twine Loft T-shirts Donated by Tineke Gow, Artisan Inn 76) Wooden Chair donated by Donna and Geoff Dawe 77) Knitwear from Ewe Design – Joan Kane A hat, ½ mitts and scarf from the Triffy Collection 78) All You Need is a Picnic Basket Two Navy Blue Yamaha Fleece Blankets from Wiseman’s Sales and Service Cheese Set and Knife Board donated by Poseidon Marine Consultants Ltd. One bottle of 2008 Bend in the River White Wine donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling 79) Barrel Wine Cabinet Made by Andrew Nurse and Nathan Locke at the Cooperage 80) Aladdin Lamp donated by Barbara and Gerald Spurrell 81) Nautical Chart of Trinity Bay (Southeast Coast) with inset of Trinity Harbour. Published in 1999. Donated by Chip Tamason and Judy Dupuis 82) Let’s Get Cooking A) Baked Bean Pot – donated by Brenda McIntyre B) Iron Bake Pot – donated by Don Hiscock and Cathy Bartlett 83) Original painting by Leeland Anderson “Sunset over North West Arm” Framing donated by Spurrell’s Gallery 84) A Day in Clarenville Orchids Salon & Spa - $25.00 gift certificate & a bottle of body wash & lotion Gift certificate expires August 19, 2012 $25.00 gift certificate for Dustabella’s Restaurant, Clarenville Expires February 4, 2012 85) Floor Rug – 5’x 7’ – donated by Cohen’s, Bonavista 86) Trunks A) Trunk 1 B) Trunk 2 Donated by Ada Nemec 87 A) 1940 Newfoundland License Plate B) 1960 Newfoundland License Plate C) Two 1927 Massachusetts License Plates Donated by Ada Nemec 88 A) Wooden Sled B) Enamel Sink Donated by John and Janet O’Dea 89) Three sets of Skis and Poles donated by Ada Nemec 90) Pipe Stem Bracelet 91) Basket of Pickles and Jams – Green Tomato Pickles; Rhubarb Relish; Partridge Berry Jam; Bake Apple Jam and Two Tea Towels 92) Refurbished Telephone – Vista 200 – donated by Gary Farrell, Rutter 93) A) Product of Newfoundland Stenciled Tote Bag B) J.J. Morris No. 1 Herring Stenciled Tote Bag Made by Provincial Historic Sites Staff, Trinity with stencils from the Trinity Historical Society Collection 94) Bicycle donated by Tineke Gow 95) Good Reading 3 A) Newfoundland Politics “The Smallwood Years” by Ray Guy “Danny Williams: The War with Ottawa” by Bill Rowe “The Colony of Unrequited Dreams” by Wayne Johnston B) Newfoundland Books “Hurricane Igor – In the Eye of the Storm – photo book – Transcontinental Newspapers “The Street Cars of Old St. John’s – A photo history” by William Connors “The Place: Recollections of an Outport Childhood” by Dennis Knight “Return of the Native” by Jonathan Butler “Kit’s Law” by Donna Morrissey “Topography of Love” by Bernice Morgan “Theatre of Fish” by John Gimlette C) New York Times Best Seller List “The Mists of Avalon” by Marion Zimmer Bradley “The Rest Tent” by Anita Diamant “The Thirteenth Tale” by Diane Setterfield “Enchantment: The Life of Audrey Hepburn” by Donald Spoto Donated by Randy and Ginny Bell Good Reading 4 – one user 96) “Cypress Nights” by Stella Cameron “The Silent Sea” by Clive Cussler “Rig: An Oral History of the Ocean Ranger Disaster” by Mike Heffernan “General Rick Hillier: A Solider First – Bullets, Bureaucrats and the Politics of War” by General Rick Hillier “Pierre Burton” by A.B. McKillop Donated by Ross and Selma Kelly 97) Games Night Trivial Pursuit The Captain’s Mistress Scruples Pyraos Donated by Don and Robin Kalsched 98) A) Earthenware Jug B) Small Wooden Box C) Red Wagon D) Enamel Jug Donated by Ada Nemec 99) A) Wooden Magazine Rack B) Chicken Lamp C) Floor Lamp D) Pet Carrier Donated by Katharina Frasure 100) Complete the Bedroom A) Bed and Mattress – bed measures 78 (l) x 56 (w) B) Chest of Drawers – 43 (l) x 17 (d) x 28 (w) C) Chest of Drawers with Mirror – 35 (h) x 17 (d) x 38 (w) D) Round Wooden Table – 30 (h) x 42 (diameter) Donated by Chris and Lily Frape 101) A) Wooden Spice Rack B) Print of Quebec City Donated by David and Catherine Carpenter 102) Toyota Hat and two Black Sports Bags donated by Toyota Central, Clarenville St. Jude’s Hotel Hat, Clarenville McDonald’s Great Taste Card – A Big Mac, small fries and small soft drink each month from August 2011 to July 2012. 103) Picture Frame – Circular top frame with curved glass Donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling 104) Small Pottery Bowl and Jug 105) Clay Pot Home Made Wind Chimes from Trinity Historical Society Summer Programming 106) Framed painting of two puffins completed and donated by Daphne Phillips, Bonavista 107) Travel Mug and Black Tote Bag donated by Bill Maybee, Poseidon Marine Consultants Ltd. Black Horse XL Cream Sweat Shirt donated by Molson’s Molson Canadian XL Navy Sweat Shirt donated by Molson’s One dozen Molson Canadian Light and One dozen Coors Light 108) Three Trunks A) Trunk 1 B) Trunk 2 C) Trunk 3 109) Wooden TV Stand 110) Refurbished Telephone – Vista 200 – donated by Garry Farrell, Rutter 111 A) Stereo B) Small Metal Shelf 112) $25.00 gift card from Midway Irving $25.00 gift certificate from Greening’s Restaurant, Lethbridge XL Black Coat from Eriksen Premises 113) A) Tote Bag Tocque Medium Grey Hoodie Men’s Medium Navy Golf Shirt Ladies Large Navy Golf Shirt B) Tote Bag XXL Dutch Blue Jacket Donated by Eastlink 114) A) Small Wooden Shelf B) Three Wooden Doors C) Set of Wooden Sliding Doors Donated by Gerald and Barbara Spurrell 115) For the Glass Bottle Collector – 8 bottles Donated by Don Hiscock and Cathy Bartlett 116) Good Reading 5 “Aunt Dimity Slays the Dragon” by Nancy Atherton “A Conspiracy of Violence” by Susanna Gregory “The Penguin Who Knew Too Much” by Donna Andrews “Swam for the Money” by Donna Andrews “The Magician’s Death” by P.C. Doherty Donated by Clarence and Sarah Dewling 117) Framed Photo of the Figure of The Blessed Virgin Mary iceberg that appeared off St. John’s Harbour on June 24, 1905 THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE WORK OF THE TRINITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Door Prize $20.00 gift certificate from Riff’s Ltd, Bonavista 12” three topping pizza from Pizza Delight, Clarenville Coors Light XL Grey T-shirt One Dozen Coors Light Molson Canadian Hat Case of 24 cans of Pepsi $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 Thank you: Thanks to Clarenville Lions-Clarenville Area Co-operative Society "50-50" Lottery project for their donation again this year of $1,500.00 towards our work. Over the past five years we have received a total of $7,500.00 from this committee’s work. Funds received are used towards supporting our programming costs. Chris O’Dea of O’Dea’s Realty and Auction Room for conducting our auction again this year. Members of the Trinity Historical Society and anyone who made donations towards our auction. Other Upcoming Events: Monday, August 22, 2011 at 7:00 pm – Public Lecture/Presentation - “Trinity and the 18th Century World of John Clinch” by Dr. Jim Connor will be taking place at the Court House, Gaol and General Building. Admission Fee: $10.00. A public program and fundraiser for the Trinity Historical Society. Wednesday, August 24, 2011 between 2:00 – 4:00 pm mat hooking at the Trinity Museum. Registration fee is $15.00. Saturday, September 17, 2011 – 7th Annual Golf Tournament – The View Golf Course. For more information and to pick up a registration form and sponsor sheet please drop by the Lester-Garland House or visit our website www.trinityhistoricalsociety.com – look under the What’s New section. Friday, September 23 and Saturday, September 24, 2011 – Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador Conference held in partnership between Trinity Historical Society, Rising Tide Theatre and the Town of Trinity. For more information or to obtain a registration kit drop by the Lester-Garland House or visit our website www.trinityhistoricalsociety.com – look under the What’s New section.
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