22 July 1918
- Fred Parker of Millthorpe receives news from his brother Royden, stationed near the Dead Sea in Palestine. Soldiers’ Letters
- Arthur Albert Connors, a survivor of shell shock, suffers a fit at the Orange Skating Rink and loses his speech for a second time. Power Of Speech Lost
- Philip Alfred Watterson describes the beauty of a Greek church which contains:
Some of the finest oil paintings it has ever been my privilege to see are there, also diamonds and rubies of every description—some of them worth thousands of pounds. There was a funny incident while we were visiting this particular place. I was leaning over a case containing some of these relics, gazing at some beautiful statues, when a priest came and very gently pushed me off them, brushed and carefully kissed the glass covering, and crossed himself.