Pembroke wharf, Lake Wanaka.
A camp at Cameron’s Flat, Makarora.
Revolutions are becoming so much the order of the day that there is no occasion for much surprise that one is said to have broken out in Bohemia among the Czech population, and that Prague and...
Mr W. C. Chatfield, of Island Bay, tells a good story of a gallant son of the Empire, who will be remembered by many of the more elderly residents of Wellington.
A view near the head of the Wills Valley, showing the mountain grandeur of South Westland. - Otago Witness, 27.6.1917.
A little while ago the members of the Capetown Anzac Committee decided to undertake the care of the graves of the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who died at Capetown, either on their way to or...
It is authentically reported that Germany has indicated to Russia that a peace without annexations, and with no indemnities, would be acceptable to her.
A French naval hydroplane, showing the wonderful perfection to which our ally’s naval aircraft has been brought.
A plea for the girls who are to be the mothers of the future was made at the Arbitration Court at Auckland on Monday by Mrs Baume, who appeared on behalf of the union in the Upholstresses' dispute.
A sidelight into the sadness which mars the happiness of some homes was furnished in the Police Court yesterday, when a well-dressed and attractive young married woman appeared before Mr H. A....
The Otago and Southland troop of the 30th Reinforcements at Featherston Camp. Back row (from left): Troopers Welsh, Bull, McWha, Duggin, McKenzie, Pollock. Second row: Troopers Dyar, Phillips, Brockett, Graham, Brooks, Stewart, Wright. Third row: Troopers Mincher, McRae, Houghton, Sinclair, Borland, Sergeant Young, Troopers Hall, Frame and Nicholl. Front row: Troopers Pringle, McColl and Dalton.
It is apparent that an acute difference of opinion exists among local holders of shares in the Union Steam Ship Company respecting the proposal for the sale of their interest in the company to the...
British troops on the way to the front to relieve their comrades in the trenches.
Three well-known old time shearers: Steve Boreham (60), highest tally 172; Jacob Boreham (54), highest tally 158; J. A. Boreham (53), highest tally 172. In their time, each of the brothers has shorn more than 200 sheep in one day.
Mr E. E. Stark, city electrical engineer of Christchurch, is at present on a visit to Wanganui, and in the course of an interview (says the special correspondent of the Dominion) predicted...
The martyrdom of Rheims increases daily, and though the enemy no longer of late has shelled the cathedral, he is evidently bent on the systematic destruction of the town.
British troops entering the ruins of the town of Peronne, in Northern France, after driving out German forces. - Otago Witness, 6.6.1917.
A case reminiscent of many came up before the Auckland Land Board when a returned soldier, who owns 200 acres in the neighbourhood of Mercer, applied for 300 acres of land adjoining his holding.
The new policewomen of Birkenhead, U. K. heading out on patrol and point duty. Their duties include work as doorkeepers and traffic control.
The Benhar School’s first prize exhibit at the Otago A. and P. Society’s Winter Show, of vegetables grown by the pupils.