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IThe Kaiser's Condition-

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I The Kaiser's Condition- The "Republique Francaise" says it learns from a sure source that, notwithstanding the optimistic reports in the German Press, no attempt is made in well-informed quarters to conceal the fact that the Emperor is seriously ill. On the other hand, Dr Poirrier, in an interview published by the Petit Parisien," expresses his agreement with the opinion given by Dr Fraenker, that the Emperor's convalescence is following its normal course, and that his condition presents no alarmingly serious features. Professor Porrier, however, seems to think a return of his Majesty's ailment might be dangerous.—Reuter. The London correspondent of the 11 Birmingham Post has excellent authority for stating that the main purpose of the visit to London of Major- General Loewenfeld, aide-de-camp to the German Emperor, and of his reception by the King on Wednesday at Buckingham Palace, was to hand to his Majesty an autograph letter from the Kaiser giving particulars of his recent operation and his progress, as well as stating his plans for the near future. While a more hopeful feeling now prevails in Court circles in Berlin, it is recognised that his Majesty must abstain almost completely from all participation in active State affairs for some time to come.

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