By 1903 Christchurch’s Market Square buildings had been demolished. Renamed Victoria Square – after the former monarch – the area was used for military parades. These public-school cadets line up in front of the statue of Queen Victoria to salute the flag on Empire Day in 1907.
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Reference: PhotoCD 14, IMG0097
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