A divisional headquarters during a recent battle on the Western Front.
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An extraordinary case of family neglect of education was brought before the Otago Education Board in a report from the truant officer yesterday.
When the report of the General Committee was under the consideration of the Dunedin City Council last night, Cr Sincock raised the matter of the need for doing something to control motor traffic in...
Looking towards St Clair over the crowd during the Forbury Park Trotting Club's Autumn meeting. - Otago Witness, 22.5.1918.
French women washing for British soldiers: lines of shirts hung out to dry. — Otago Witness, 22.5.1918.
A pretty bend in the Clinton River, viewed from the Milford Track.
It is understood that the offers by the Roslyn Tramway Company and the Kaikorai Tramway Company to sell their plants, etc., to the City Corporation will be declined, the respective prices asked...
Major-general Maurice, Director of Military Operations, Imperial General Staff, has written an astonishing letter to the Daily Chronicle accusing Messrs Lloyd George and Bonar Law of making...
Mr Hoani Patuki, M.L.C.
The Red Cross military convalescent home, Eglinton Rd, Dunedin. This building, the property of the late Mr John Ross (Sargood, Son and Ewen) is in the grounds of the late W. H. Reynolds.
New Zealanders in Sling Camp. Standing (from left): Corporal Taylor, Sergeant Bass, Private Naylor. Sitting: Private Sheehy, Corporal Rounthwaite, Corporal White, Private Smith, Corporal Harris. Front: Sgt Stevenson.
An officer near the front lines giving instructions to a wiring party.
A busy scene of soldiers and activities at Blangy on the Western Front. - Otago Witness, 1.5.1918.
The keenest interest was taken today in assembling the first section of the Second Division to go into camp by a crowd of people gathered in the vicinity of King Edward Barracks during the...
WELLINGTON, April 27: There is serious trouble in the ranks of the Wellington soldiers on account of the conduct of some of the members.
Portuguese troops lined up in a wood on the Western Front. - Otago Witness, 24.4.1918.
The gallery of soldiers' portraits now in process of formation, and ultimately destined to become part of the National War Museum, is attracting a great deal of attention among visitors to the...
Aviation in Italy: A recent photo, showing three Caproni machines in flight. - Otago Witness, 24.4.1918.
A group of Otago boys in A Company at the 39th Reinforcements segregation camp at Trentham.
Mr T. J. Quayle’s residence at Tapanui. Mr Quayle has three sons at the war, one of whom has been through the Mesopotamia campaign and is now in India.