It is rather surprising to find Sir George Buchanan, ex-British Ambassador at Petrograd, whose departure for England was recently announced, submitting himself to a press interview before he has...
The New Zealand Rifles in their camp near the front lines (an official government photo). - Otago Witness, 9.1.1918.
The Prime Minister has expressed the fear that "the rabbits are getting ahead of the landowners".
Eighteen additional Victoria Crosses have been awarded, including one to Private Henry James Nicholas, a New Zealander, for conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty in an attack.
That Central Otago must become vastly productive under irrigation is obvious to everyone who has seen the results of this system wherever it has been applied in the district.
The mud of Flanders begins at the sea, where the trenches, all ship-shape, confront each other across a No Man's Land - No Man's Lake, rather - full of wild ducks, observation posts, rats, drowned...
News has been received by cable that Lieutenant-colonel R. B. Neill, third son of Mr P. C. Neill, of this city, is included in the list of recipients of New Year honours, having been awarded the D...
A nice team of horses ploughing at Mr T. Gawn's farm at North Taieri. - Otago Witness, 2.1.1918.
Otago soldiers at Sling Camp, England.
The Northern Association Football team, winners of the A grade competition for 1917.
Governor’s Bay, Lyttelton Harbour, Canterbury, a favourite holiday resort and popular pedestrian rendezvous for the Christchurch town-dweller bent on healthy exercise and a breath of the ozone.
Dr Truby King was recently reported to have said, in an address given in Auckland, that 18 was the ideal age for women to marry.
''The first aim of our association is to advance the cause of education, and we must not forget that it is our duty to use every available means of making ourselves fit for the highest service of...
Several great events mark the year that has passed. Only those that have an important bearing upon the operation of the year which has now been entered upon need be briefly recalled.
The Burnside Freezing Works, near Dunedin.
The waterfront at Picton, Queen Charlotte Sound.
The farming year of 1917 has been an unique one in the history of the dominion, and the season to come will probably be stranger still owing to the world war.
The following is officially announced - on the evening of December 13, 11 German prisoners of war, under the leadership of Commander von Luckner, lately in command of the German raider See Adler,...
The Coast Defence Forces under canvas at Waitati.
Warrington from the hill, showing the unrivalled bathing beach of the popular seaside resort.