Otago Daily Times: 100 Years Ago

Government imports over protest

Government imports over protest

The decision of the Government to import 10 railway locomotives has met with some protest, principally based on the ground that the dominion should itself construct the locomotives that are required by it.

Kiwis murdered in Egypt

Kiwis murdered in Egypt

WELLINGTON (January 26). The troopship Orari, which arrived here from Alexandria to-day, brought confirmatory news of the statement published this morning of the murder of one of the New Zealanders in Egypt.

Inner workings of the war machine

Inner workings of the war machine

Mr D. Y. Rennie, travelling representative of the Birmingham Small Arms Company, is at present on a business trip to Dunedin, and yesterday spoke interestingly to a Daily Times reporter on what his Company is doing in supplying arms to the British forces.

Surf, sand and motors

Surf, sand and motors

A most interesting programme of sports was carried out by the Otago Motor Club at Warrington beach on Saturday afternoon, and, though spoiled to some extent by wet weather, it proved very enjoyable.

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