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THE BIG SALE.

» BARGAINS AT THE METRO

POLE GARAGE.

Messrs G. Thorpe and Co. commence their big sale of Laidlaw, Hobbs' bankrupt stock at tbe New Garage, Hotel Metropole, to day at 2 p.m., when the largest range of furnishings and goods of every descrip tion wili be submitted to the public of Banks Peninsula that it would be possible to fully describe; Every lot goes by public auction, so that the public pick their own prices for tbe many beautiful lines of stock that will be submitted. "Every man to his bargain" should bo tha motto, for every man will get a bargain if be puts his nose inside the New Garage at the Hotel Metropole to day and tomorrow. Every description of household need is here for tho purchasing, j drapery, damask, curtains, towele, sheetings, guilts of beautiful quality, furs and fur coats that are the best quality tiger, bear, leopard and tbe best that the great northern enowfields will produoe. The garage is a veritable emporium of beautifully draped walls and a cave of the rarest bargains that a Peninsula publio have had the opportunity to see. There are saddles and harness of every description, hardware in every shape and form, and in fact you can purchase .anything from a pocket knife to a piano. Don't miss this big sale that starts sharp at 2 p.m to-day, at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the New Garage Hotel Metropole. Akaroa. 96

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THE BIG SALE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3464, 4 June 1915

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THE BIG SALE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3464, 4 June 1915

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