Otago Daily Times: 100 Years Ago

Expeditionary Forces' families in peril

Expeditionary Forces' families in peril

The letter which we publish this morning over the signature ''One of the Sufferers'' expresses a complaint which is entitled to every sympathy.

The wings of war

The wings of war

One of the lessons of the present war will undoubtedly have relation to the efficiency of aircraft as a factor in military operations, both for scouting purposes and for the more aggressive and more nerve-shaking purpose of dropping bombs in hostile territory.

Troops and horses arrive in Dunedin

Troops and horses arrive in Dunedin

After spending days in Wellington Harbour the transports conveying the Wellington, Canterbury, and Otago sections of the main New Zealand Expeditionary Force were berthed at the wharves this morning, and the disembarkation of the troops and horses commenced.

The Kairaki disaster

The Kairaki disaster

GREYMOUTH: The loss of the steamer Kairaki, with all hands, the third disaster in New Zealand within a fortnight, is a tragedy with but few words to explain it.

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