|; the Aeries-fif. weekly, physical training.meeUngs in King Edward Barracks last evening.||Press||17 June, 1937|
|A view of the second Olympia Motor Exhibition at present open at the King Edward Barracks.||Sun||10 November, 1920|
|IMPERIAL SERVICE MEN.—"Old Contemptible*" photographed during the inarch yesterday from Cranmer square to the King Edward…||Press||26 April, 1934|
|Colonel M. M. Gard'ner, D.5.0., who will preside this evening at the artillery reunion in King Edward Barracks.||Press||9 November, 1933|
|"Sport-and General" Photo. THE KING INSPECTS■_ THE IRISiH; GV'AKDS:—King Edward VIII inspecting the First Battalion Irish…||Evening Post||26 May, 1936|
|A CAMP FIRE CONCERT.—Colonel G. J. Smith addressing members of the Christchurch military units at a camp fire concert hel…||Press||1 November, 1932|
|PREPARATIONS FOR THE WINTER SHOW.—Carpenters/made a start yesterday at the King Edward Barracks with the erection of a sp…||Press||30 July, 1932|
|ANZAC DAY PARADE IN THE CITY.—The procession passing through Cathedral square yesterday on its way from Cranmer square to…||Press||26 April, 1935|
|NEW J.EROPLANESFOR AIR FORCE. —Workmen with powerful jacks assisted at King Edward Barracks yesterday with the unloading …||Press||30 May, 1935|
|WIRELESS SIGNALLING FOR COLLEGE CADETS.—Members of St. Andrew's College cadet corps receiving instruction in wireless sig…||Press||29 March, 1935|
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