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LORD CRANLEY'S ILLNESS.

WELLINGTON. August 13.

The Premier received a telegram at 1 p.m. to-day from Lord Onslow stating that Lord Cranley had passed a restless night. The fever is still high, and his condition much the same as yesterday, but His Excellency is still hopeful of his son's recovery.

[From Our Own Correspondent.]

WELLINGTON, August 13,

The Premier has had advice from the Governor to the effect that he had an anxious night, but that Lord Cranley had this morning a refreshing sleep. The fever has not abated. This, however, is the eighteenth day, and the patient commenced it refreshed by sleep. The pneumonia complications are somewhat abated.

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LORD CRANLEY'S ILLNESS., Issue 7984, 13 August 1889

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LORD CRANLEY'S ILLNESS. Issue 7984, 13 August 1889

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