100 Years Ago

Gifts and Carols at Trinity

Gifts and Carols at Trinity

The Trinity Church School Hall was a scene of brightness and happiness yesterday afternoon.

Dunedin warned to be wary of 'desperadoes'

Dunedin warned to be wary of 'desperadoes'

People of Dunedin whose homeward journey during the evening takes them through a lonely locality should view with deep suspicion any individual who stops them and asks to be obliged with a match, judging by the experience which befell a well-known young gentleman on Thursday night.

Community to be congratulated

Community to be congratulated

The community is to be congratulated upon the completion of the project of adding to the Dunedin Hospital a wing that shall be devoted exclusively to the treatment of diseases peculiar to women.

Dairy factory bring celebration

Dairy factory bring celebration

At Merton yesterday residents of the district, to the number of close on 200, assembled from far and near to celebrate the opening of the new dairy factory.

Church Dean vs 'intellectuals'

Church Dean vs 'intellectuals'

Speaking at the break-up of St Hilda's Collegiate School, Dean Fitchett was scornful at the expense of ''intellectuals'' who despised the Church.

Prohibition a national issue

Prohibition a national issue

The results of the polling throughout the dominion last week upon the issue of national prohibition are as yet only approximate.

Marriage and medal earning

Marriage and medal earning

Some interesting notes on the work at Trentham camp have been received, the writer pointing out that there are two things that stand out prominently.

Daring air attack on Germans by French

Daring air attack on Germans by French

Another daring raid has been made by French airmen into South Germany, to a town fully 50 miles from the French border.

Britain sinks the Germans

Britain sinks the Germans

The Governor has received a cable from Mr Lewis Harcourt, Secretary of State for the Colonies, stating that the Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, and Leipzig have been sunk in action by the British squadron off the Falkland Islands.

Teeing off new course

Teeing off new course

The members of the Otago Golf Club had their first game on the new course last Saturday.

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