The YWCA Ladies’ Swimming Club: a group at the opening of the season at the YMCA baths, Moray Place, Dunedin.
No 4 Company, Post and Telegraph Engineers, at a field day in Dunedin on October 20.
On Friday a party, consisting of Messrs W. Salt (Wanganui), W. P. Mead (Taumarunui), and Bourne (Auckland), made an ascent of Ngauruhoe, and had a most interesting climb.
"Discharged soldiers" are words that often meet the eye at the present time, but probably the general public do not realise how far these men have entered into our institutions in civic life.
The crowd in front of the totalisator at the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's spring meeting at Christchurch. - Otago Witness, 14.11.1917
A section of the battlefield after a recent advance: a village captured by the British on the Western Front.
The start of the recent motor reliability trial to Timaru and back: machines lined up at the Dunedin Railway Station.
The fire which broke out in John Edmond's warehouse early yesterday morning is now proved to have been a disastrous one, resulting in the demolition of the warehouse and practically the whole of...
Mr Philip Gibbs writes: ''With thankfulness I can record today what I believe will prove the capture of the Passchendaele Crest - the crown of the ridge which made a great barrier around the Ypres...
The publication this morning of the first list of members of the Second Division of reservists, who have been called up under the provisions of the Military Service Act, must remind the community...
Members of the New Zealand Field Ambulance Squad await dinner near the front lines.
The Duke of Connaught inspects New Zealand troops after the victory at Messines.
Huts occupied by New Zealanders on forestry work in France.
The King held an investiture at Buckingham Palace, at which there were 200 officers, men, and nurses, including Sergeant Andrew, the New Zealander who was awarded the Victoria Cross for a daring...
British troops crossing a pontoon bridge on the Western Front. - Otago Witness, 7.11.1917.
Sir Douglas Haig's latest report seems to convey the hint that operations in Flanders may shortly be abandoned on account of the weather conditions in Flanders.
The cablegrams had prepared us for heavy casualty lists in connection with the fighting at Passchendaele a fortnight ago, when the New Zealanders and Australians were taken at a sudden disadvantage.
It is in a very truncated form that the Social Hygiene Bill has reached the Upper House.
Sir, - At a time when farmers are complaining of the scarcity of labour, a statement of my recent experience in beautiful country where high mountains tower upwards until their rugged ridges...
Members of the Lawrence Young Helpers' League gathering narcissi on the hillside at Messrs Simpson and Hart's property at Wetherstones. - Otago Witness, 24.10.1917.