BAD WEATHER AT THE FRONT Pari3, January 12. An official communique states : — "Bad weather impedad operations along the whole front, but we main, rained our position west of "spur 132," bur, gave ground on the east - "Our artillery caused explosion? in the enemy's batteries in the Cham pagne country. '•There were violent- artillpry duel? from Rheims to the Argonne. sijij bold t,be salient of. the Bcausf-jdujKedoubN" SWEDISH BO"\T BRIZffiD. GERMANS TAKE CARGO London, J -in. 13 A German destroyer seized the iSwedisb steamer, Vvga lad«n with margarine, from Rotterdam for Htock bolm, and conveyed her and her cargo to Swinernunde.
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WESTERN THEATRE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915
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