25 September 1916
- The Mayor of Orange, Ald ET McNeilly receives a telegram from Prime Minister Hughes requesting that a National Referendum Committee be formed in Orange. Conscription Meeting
- The Leader reports that a portion of land in Molong has been allocated for a returned soldier. Land For Soldiers
- The Battle of Morval begins on the Western Front. The four-day battle is part of the final stages of the Battle of the Somme. British troops capture Lesboeufs and Morval and surround the village of Combles.
- The American ambassador in Berlin dispatches a telegram to Washington with a message from the German Government. Germany is “anxious to make peace”, and urges President Woodrow Wilson to make an “offer of mediation” to end the war.
- Six German airships, including super-zeppelins L-30 and L-31 conduct raids over Britain. 43 people are killed and 31 injured.
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