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LORD CRANLEY’S ILLNESS.

WELLINGTON, August 10.

In answer to a telegram of sympathy on behalf of the inhabitants of Wellington, the Mayor this morning received the following reply from the Governor: “Lady Onslow and I desire to express our thanks for the prayers and sympathy offered from Wellington and all parts of the colony. My boy is, I hope, not worse to-day, though he has had a very restless night. ” NELSON, August 10. The doctors report that Lord Cranley’s condition is slightly, but decidedly improved. His temperature is appreciably lower. (From Our Own Correspondent,] WELLINGTON, August 10. On inquiry at Government House I learn that .Captain Saville is slowly, but steadily improving. Lord Cranley passed a very restless night, but otherwise his condition is unchanged.

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LORD CRANLEY’S ILLNESS., Evening Star, Issue 7982, 10 August 1889

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LORD CRANLEY’S ILLNESS. Evening Star, Issue 7982, 10 August 1889

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