The Minister of Defence (Sir J. Allen) has received information that the New Zealand Division is at present resting.
Since the New Zealand Division started on the great drive from the region of Hebuterne it has in five weeks and a-half advanced 40 miles, fighting its way over 37 miles of this distance, and...
LONDON, October 19: Mr Philip Gibbs writes: I visited Lille and saw the joy of 100,000 people, who during the war period have suffered tragic things and unforgettable outrages to their liberty and...
A British model field ambulance dressing station, built by the R.A.M.C., near the front line in Italy.
The Hon. D. T. Fleming moved at yesterday's meeting of the Otago Education Board: ''That this board take into consideration the supply of school books and stationery to schools at cost price.''
There is a feeling amongst the Australasian troops in London that English newspapers and the public do not fully realise the part the Australasians have taken in the recent fighting.
Members of the Farmers’ Union and Gore High School boys at a demonstration on stud Shorthorn cattle. Mr A. Reid, manager of Knapdale Estate, holds the bull and Mr R. J. Anderson, Kauana, demonstrator, is at right.
Festivities at Jaffa, on the occasion of the birthday of HRH King George V: a military band playing in front of Government House.
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig and General McCrae during a visit by Canadian journalists to the western front.
New Zealand officers judging the field cookers at a horse show on the western front. - Otago Witness, 9.10.1918.
New Zealand troops who attended a horse show on the western front had their weapons close by and were ready to move in case of a German attack.
Vehicles drawn up in front of Ross Home, Normanby, North East Valley, during the opening ceremony on Saturday.
From the western front comes the echo of the stern and desperate business of beating down the resistance of Germany upon the wide front which is the scene of the Allied attacks.
Reuters Agency learns that the Bulgarian armistice operates immediately. It provides for the immediate evacuation of such parts of Greece and Serbia as are in the hands of the enemy; the immediate...
A squadron of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles watering the horses near the main crossing of the Jordan in Palestine. - Otago Witness, 2.10.1918.
The Scottish regiments made a fine display of manhood on the occasion of the French National Fete in Paris.
America’s first airmail service from Washington to Philadelphia and New York. Lieut. Tarey Webb delivering the mail to a postal official in New York.
A despatch dated August 14 has reached London from a Times correspondent, Mr Dobson, who has not been heard of for some months, and whose present whereabouts and fate are unknown.