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The children of the Port Chalmers School mustenKl on Tuesday afternoon to hoist the ensign which was purchased by the school as the outcome of the record reign celebrations. The Rev. Mr Griffin, chairman of the Committee, received the flag, and impressed upon the children the duty of reverencing .stnd honoring the symbol of Britain's pover. The ensign was then hoisted on the new flagpole and greeted with three hi arty oheere, and the children sang a verse <H • God save the Queen.' Rhubarb, 2d lb all kinds; best fruit, prime poultry, generil groceries, lowest advertised cash prices. Brown, King street. Telephone 6*s.—£Advt.]

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 10444, 14 October 1897

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