THE WINTER COLD.
AFFECTS BOTH SIDES. A Flanders' eye witness, in a communication dated Monday, states that the cold is nffecting both side 3 more than the military operations. The rneu are no longer suffering the misery of mud nnd slush, bin a eight in the trenches leaves many stiff with the cold, and they ha.ye to be carried out by others and taken to the hospital for treatment for frost bite Aviator?, after making a reconnaisance, have to be similarly lifted out of their machines. A. NEW GERMAN GUN. The nrtillery bombardment continues day find night, The enemy is using 42 centimetre howitzers, and nlso a now gun, whoso discharge is silent. It has done no damage hitherto for the floods. REINFORCEMENS IN FLANDERS. Amsterdam, November 25. Six trainloads of soldiers and sailors, with planks, sacks and small boats, left Lou vain for Brussels, ap parent!} , on their way to West Flanders. Nine military and six ambulance trains and another containing heavy guns passed Landen, proceeding westwards 120,000 MEN, Another account states that 120,000 men, including many cavalry and 250 gun 3, are reinforcing the troops in Flanders. THE NAVAL BOMBARDMENT.
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THE WINTER COLD., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3456, 27 November 1914