Native troops with the British forces march through New Street, Baghdad.
Telegraphic communication with Ohakune and the fire-swept district is still heavily interrupted, and it is difficult to get messages through, but some details of the damage in the neighbourhood of...
Otago and Southland boys in `A' company, 36th Reinforcements. Back row (from left): S. McNoe, M. Hore, W. Grant, J. Drummond, A. Shaw. Second row: J. Mercer, J. Lilly, J. Smith, J. Hooper, T. Blackley, A. Roger. Third row: J. O'Brien, A. McDermid, Corporal Williams, Sergeant Atkinson, R. Capon, A. Robertson, A. Abernethy. Front row: J. Farquhar, W. Hunter, S. Fahey. - Otago Witness, 20.3.1918.
The stretch of road between Arthurton and Waipahi, on the main Dunedin-Invercargill road, which has been a source of inconvenience to motorists, seems now to be in a fair way to being made passable...
The dog nuisance at the St. Kilda and Clair beaches is pronounced at the present time, and some of the yelping animals are without doubt a menace to the children who paddle in the water and play on...
London, March 12. Rees and Donovan, two members of the Wairuna's crew, have reached London.
Maori soldiers on the Western Front singing at the graveside of their beloved leader, Lieut-Col G. King, D.S.O. - ``Pike Nei te Matenga'' (When our heads are bowed with woe). - Otago Witness, 13.3.1918.
At the quarterly meeting of the women's branch of the Otago District Educational Institute, held on Friday evening, the subject for discussion was ''Some Weaknesses In Our Education System''.
Women and Australian troops packing Red Cross parcels at a bonded warehouse in the Old Bailey, London, to go to sick and wounded soldiers in France and England.
Some time ago the Electric Power and Lighting Committee of the City Council offered to charge the battery of the first electrically driven vehicle brought to Dunedin for 12 months free of cost, for...
What appeared to be an aeroplane with lights was seen by several people in Christchurch on Tuesday evening between 7 and 7.15 (says the Press).
The report of the Ecclesiastical Committee was presented to the Dunedin Synod by the Rev. R. Scott Allan.
Children paddling in the surf and enjoying the health-giving ozone at St Kilda beach on Gala Day, February 23.
Mrs John Ross laying the foundation stone of the Presbyterian aged people’s home in North-East Valley, Dunedin, watched by a large group of spectators.
Speaking last evening at the Methodist Conference, the retiring president (the Rev. W. A. Sinclair) touched briefly upon the question of sectarianism as it has manifested itself of late.
Returns which have been published relative to the physical condition of members of the Expeditionary Force, who have been called up by ballot, will be of interest to statisticians and scientists.
The motor launch Virginia, owned by Mr W. H. Hazard, of Auckland, was attacked and damaged by a swordfish off Cape Brett on Wednesday (says the Auckland Star).
Otago boys at the C1 camp. Standing (from left), Privates H. Shadwell, F. Roberts, Sergeant-major McLachlan, B. Curtis, T. Wilson. Sitting: A. Rutherford, R. Moody, M.M. Inglis.
An attempt has been made to arouse public sympathy in favour of the 14 conscientious objectors who were shipped on a transport one evening many months ago and taken away from New Zealand.
The cool store which is being built by the Otago Dairy Producers' Cool Storage Company at the end of the Victoria wharf is now practically completed, a portion of the roofing only remaining to be...