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LORD CRANLEY'H ILLNESS

[From Our Own Correspondent.]

WELLINGTON, August 14,

The Governor wires that Lord Cranlcy had a good night, and there is reason to believe that the crisis is now passed. His Excellency has hopes of his son's recovery.

fPua United Press Association.]

WELLINGTON, August 14,

The Government have received this telegram from Lord Onslow :—" There was a decided improvement in Lord Cranley's condition this morning, Tho fever is less high, and we have reason to hope that wo have seen the crisis of the disease, Prostration is still considerable."

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LORD CRANLEY'H ILLNESS, Issue 7985, 14 August 1889

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LORD CRANLEY'H ILLNESS Issue 7985, 14 August 1889

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