29 March 1918
- Norman Douglas Sherwin of Cargo dies of wounds in Palestine
- Edmund Thomas Cornish thanks Mrs Bromley for his Christmas parcel. He also asks her:
Would you kindly call on my mother, who at the present time is in need of sympathy from some kind-hearted person like yourself. I have just lost my brother, Walter
- Edward Henry Fredreal Dein, a printer with the Wellington Advocate says that he has met many American soldiers and confirms: The Australian is the most cheerful of all the troops and his happy disposition is much envied by the other troops. Soldiers’ Letters – The Anzac and The Yank
- The Local Soldiers’ Relief Fund meets at the Orange Town Hall to disburse funds to those in need
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