- Charles William Gordon Conroy enlists and joins the Coo-ee March. Charles is commemorated on the Centenary of WWI in Orange Honour Roll; he would be killed in action in France on 19 July 1916.
- The Coo-ee March leaves Orange for Orange Farewell to the Coo-ees
- The Leader publishes a list of Orange men who joined the Coo-ees
- The Leader publishes a letter from William Holland to his grandparents in Anson Street. William was killed in action just days after writing it. From The Front
- Orange architect JE Lundholm places a public notice in the Leader to confirm that he is not German. He states:
It having come to my knowledge that some persons are circulating a statement to the effect that I am a German I desire to make the following public announcement:
1. I am not a German
2. I never was in Germany, and have no German relations.
3. My sympathies are strongly with the Allies in the present great war.
4. I was bom in Koping, Sweden, and came to Australia when I was 22 years of age and, except for a time spent in England, have been in Australia ever since. I am now 51 years of age.
5. I am a naturalised British subject since 1st March, 1909.
6. These facts I have demonstrated by documentary evidence to the editor of this paper.
(Signed) J. E. LUNDHOLM,
Lord’s Place, Orange.