Burkes railway station on the Port-Dunedin railway line.
An ammunition dump blown up by the Canadians in a village occupied by the Huns.
The gulf that Germany has created between herself and Great Britain through the rash pursuance of her aggressive military aims is, among many manifestations, being illustrated in the steps that are...
The New Zealand Educational Institute, in a letter which was read at yesterday's meeting of the Otago Education Board, asked the board to urge the Government to give favourable consideration to the...
Officers and N.C.O's of J. Company, 27th Reinforcements at Trentham Camp. Back row (from left): Lance-corporals Hamilton, L. Brown, Blake, Hickson, Sergeant Pemberton, Corporals Peters, H. J. Broon, Sanderson. Middle row: Corporals Spittall, D. McMillan, Ronalds, Sergeants Malcolm, Gilkison, McDermott, Corporal O'Brien, Sergeants Pinfold, Pedler. Front row: Lance-corporal Foster, Sergeants Hinton, Knaggs, Q.M.S. Jackson, Lieutenant Beggs, Lieutenant Spratt, C.S.M. Christensen, Sergeants Murray, Pollock. - Otago Witness, 18.7.1917. (The original caption also excluded someone from the back row.)
Particulars received of an earthquake and tidal wave at the Samoan Group on June 25 show that there were alarming tremors extending over a period of two minutes.
A detachment of the British Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps leaving for France to serve behind the lines as clerks, shopkeepers and motor drivers.
Back from the trenches: a rest and clean-up on the way from the front line.
Several attempts have been made to establish a telephone exchange in Roxburgh, but owing to the apathy of the business people nothing eventuated. A week or so ago another canvass for subscribers...
It is with interest that we observe that our versatile contemporary, the Outlook, has taken it upon itself to instruct the daily newspapers in Dunedin as to the manner in which they should report...
In Parliament yesterday, Sir James Allen gave the number of men in the New Zealand army.
Upon the still remaining portion of the so called Marine Parade at St. Clair as distinct from the concrete esplanade adjoining it, the sea has made fresh and heavy inroads within the past day or two.
The Prime Minister, Mr W. F. Massey (left), on his recent return from England.
The crowd in front of Parliament Buildings, Wellington during the swearing-in ceremony for the Governor-General, Lord Liverpool.
That the habitually prodigal person is, contrary to human experience, going to suddenly become habitually thrifty as the result of a thrift campaign is a miracle that the more thoughtful of the...
King George V inspects New Zealand troops stationed on the Salisbury Plain in England.
New Zealand troops stationed on the Salisbury Plain in England cheer the New Zealand Prime Minister, Mr W. F. Massey, during a visit by Mr Massey and King George V. - Otago Witness, 4.7.1917.
Some of the soldiers who returned from the front on May 12 and are now being called on to go into camp again came from Dunedin.
British soldiers on the Western Front resting the day before a battle.
An exceptional catch at Pounawea: A 41lb (19kg) groper caught on a light cod line by an Invercargill visitor.