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; 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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