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[From Our Own Correspondent.] WELLINGTON, August 9. Telegraphing from Nelson at 10.26 this morning to Government House, Lord Onslow says that fresh complications have arisen in Lord Cranley's case, indicating extreme prostration. Dr Cahill has just arrived from Wellington, and is now in attendance. .Our own correspondent telegraphing at three o'clock says i —The Premier is advised that Lord Cranlcy is suffering from a complication of diseases, including pneumonia, and that his condition is critical; but Dr Collins is not altogether without hopes of his recovery. [Per United Press Assoc at on.] NELSON, August 9. Lord Cranley's condition is very critical and causes grave alarm. Dr Collins has arrived from Wellington to consult with Dr Hudson.

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LORD CRANLEY'S ILLNESS., Issue 7981, 9 August 1889

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LORD CRANLEY'S ILLNESS. Issue 7981, 9 August 1889

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