30 November 1917
- Day 1220 of the war
- The Leader reports that Albert Edward Carroll, previously reported missing in action, has now been declared killed in action during the Second Battle of Bullecourt. Killed in Action
- Arnold Cassin Caldwell, a draughtsman with the Land Board Office in Orange, complains about marching on the cobble-stoned roads of France. Soldier’s Letter
The first day we marched eight miles, the second fifteen, and the third six … The cobbled roads of France are cruel to march on, and you can guess how we felt after all these miles, chafed with our equipment, and with blisters on our feet. I think most of us were nearly crippled by the time we arrived.
- The manager of the Gallipoli Strollers thanks the people of Orange for their patronage and hospitality, not to mention their generous donations. Gallipoli Strollers
- German troops launch strong counter-attacks at Cambrai and recapture much lost ground