Second Ayers Ministry
The Second Ayers Ministry was the 11th Ministry of the Government of South Australia, led by Henry Ayers. It commenced on 22 July 1864, when Ayers succeeded in reconstituting his ministry following its defeat on a no-confidence motion. It collapsed within days when both the new ministers, William Milne and Randolph Isham Stow, resigned, necessitating the resignation of the entire ministry. It was succeeded on 4 August 1864 by the First Blyth Ministry.
|Henry Ayers MLC|
|Randolph Isham Stow MHA|
|John Hart MHA|
Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration
|William Milne MHA|
Commissioner of Public Works
|Philip Santo MHA|
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- "SOUTH AUSTRALIA". Geelong Advertiser. Vic. 5 August 1864. p. 2. Retrieved 9 October 2015 – via National Library of Australia.
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