100 Years Ago

Dunedin's jubilee

Dunedin's jubilee

Services, commemorative of the jubilee of the incorporation of the city of Dunedin, were held in First Church yesterday afternoon, the church being crowded in all parts.

Celebrating Dunedin

Celebrating Dunedin

The jubilee of the constitution of the municipality of Dunedin is to be celebrated to-morrow with a special service in First Church, and on Monday by a citizens' meeting in the Garrison Hall.

Lord Bryce asks for confirmation of information

Lord Bryce asks for confirmation of information

London (July 29): Lord Bryce asked, in the House of Lords, if there was any confirmation of information he had received of the extensive massacring of Christians in Armenia and wholesale deportations into the Central Asia Minor desert and parts of Mesopotamia.

Maori statue to go

Maori statue to go

The Maori figure which stands as an inanimate sentinel at the top of the rise near Beach corner in Hagley Park must go.

Health worries under control

Health worries under control

Of the two Territorials on leave from Trentham who reported themselves at the Hospital for medical examination, one was presumably suffering from measles and the other had a sore throat.

Presbyterian social work lauded

Presbyterian social work lauded

The committee of the Presbyterian Social Service Association met in First Church Hall yesterday, when Mr Axelsen reported on the work of the orphanages, and the work among young people generally.

News and Northcliffe

News and Northcliffe

Curiosity has naturally been aroused by the mystery of the sudden change of front towards Lord Kitchener made by the group of newspapers controlled by Lord Northcliffe.

NZ parliament stonewalls bill

NZ parliament stonewalls bill

For the first time for many years in the history of the New Zealand Parliament, the House of Representatives on Thursday night indulged in an all-night stonewall on a private member's Bill.

Enemies in our midst

Enemies in our midst

A question respecting the surveillance of aliens resident in New Zealand was put to the Prime Minister in the House yesterday by Mr Russell, who asked whether the Government was keeping a watchful eye on the enemy subjects in the dominion.

Women of the Empire still hard at it

Women of the Empire still hard at it

Recently, Mrs Clarke (Mayoress of Maori Hill), on behalf of the residents of the borough, forwarded to the Ladies' Emergency Committee of the Navy League, London, a number of mufflers for the men in the North Sea and Atlantic fleets, Mrs Clarke has received a letter from Mrs Jebb Scott (honorary secretary of the league) expressing thanks for the gift.

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