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MARKETS. NEWCASTLE. November 15, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

MARKET S. NEWCASTLE. November IS, 1661. Bread. — 4d. per 2 Us. loaf, for cash. Butcher's Mi: at. — Messrs. Ilickinbotham nnd Tighe repnri: — Wholesale: Beef, 12s. per 100 lbs. ; mutton, £1 3s. 4d. per 100 Sis. Retail : Beef, 3d, perilj.; mutton, Sd. per lb.; steaks, 3Jd. perlb.; work and veal. Gd. ner lb. Vegetables. — 1'oialoes (0 d), Ga. p;r cwt. ; ditto new, 10s. per cwt. ; cabbages, per dozen, 4s. tn Gi , peas, per peck, Is. 6d., very fcarce ; broad beans, per peck, Is.; turnips, per dozen bundles, .'«.; cur rots, per dozen bundles, 3s. ; green onions, per dozen bundles, 2s. Gd. Farm and Dairy Produce and Poultry, &c. — Wholesale: Cheese, per lb\, Gd. ; butter, peril)., 10d.; bacm, perlb., Gd.; eggs, per dozen, 10d. ; fowls, per couple, 3s.; ducks, per couple, -Is. ; tea), per couple, 3s. ; turkeys pi;r couple, 10s. to 12i. ; geese, per couple, 1 0s. tu 12s. ; pigeons, per pair, 2s. Gd. ; honey, perlb., 4d. Fruit, &c. — Ornngcs^per dozen, 9J. ; lemons, per dozen,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

IIou.owav's Pills and Qintmem, — All' tlin timitidies incident to spring rim hu pt'cvciiicd, chocked in tholr course.'/u ultimately cured, by. thene h'uu purifying and cooling 'medicaments^ The Pills rntiButlie Ntatnnch, regulate the liver, Hlimnliilo the ? kidneys, ami net gently on the bowels Tho Oint ment.vubhcd over any pnrt (wfttrnlett to neighbouring orgatis, which it frcoH (Von all nnxiuiu aud irritating humours, and aided by I he.PilU, osjipIh tlicm. 'By tlient' rcnu'diep (ho skin is cleared from all freckles, upon and disfijrurpnu'nt.i, without driving them In. wavas, or, d.iing harm. It is '.'wonderful now'*enk- ' '. ness, low HpirilH, and enervation give wiiy to vigour \ nud vavacity, under ft liourto dl'Hollowny'* medicines . which may be siifcly uuutl at all times by both notes, .

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DESIGNS FOR THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

DESIGNS FOR THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. riie//-;niift oiiN.iv. 12, says in reference to the above, that the com nUjionnrs havi; decided upon the pro miu in as follow* :— Pirat Preiniii'ti (£ti0:)) ; dojign marked 'I bids.' Sionnd Premium (£-i00); design marked ' Hora eSiin,ire. ' U|)nn opsning the sealed pu'par, the Commission er* found miirkud ' I bida ' wm the production of Mr. William H-nry Lynn, nf 61, Upper S'*ekville- strect, Dublin. Thu design will he remembered as be ing hung i nmcdiately over the entrance in the read ing room nt the Sclnol of Arts. Iti.i in tha Gothic atyk-, and boars ii general resemblance to tha Doga's Palace, at Venice. Tiie principal' feature in it is tho succession of lofty Moi-ri.ih towers, including a cam panile : the pituhed rooft and the windows being rich ly ornamented. Tlu charm of tho design consist* iu the relief ufforded by the broken outline, rich ctf eon of light nnd shida' being prodiued by frequent and nrnninental projections, fhecoit of exe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

COLONIAL MANUFACTURE versus ENGLISH. rjT H E undersigne! /having recently imported _n_ Machinhhv for lthe purpose of making men's, women's, and childteMl rivet hoots, begs -o in firm his numeroijb Lnstomers, both wholesale and retail, that he n%-w prepared to supply them, in any quantity wltl\ these goods, at the usual price of English, while far qr.a'ity, wear, and neatness, he is djiermined they shall bo unsurpassed. The excellence of rivet boots over every other make, consists in this, that every nail being clenched on iron lasts inside the boot, it i3 impossible they. cut! conic to pieces — and so confident is the undersigned of this fact, that he engages to give, on demand, a new pair of boots in piuce of old ones, should they ever be produced to him, in which the rivet work has, in the leust degree, started. In conclusion, nit the undersigned asks for this new stylo of colonial manufacture is a fair trial, and ha feeU confident that parties having once tried them, will be sure...

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DISCOVERY OF RICH GOLD DEPOSITS. ORANGE, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

DISCOVERY OF RICH GOLD DEPOSITS. Orange, Tuesday Afternoon. I.VTENsr. excitement* exists here in reference to the Lachlau gold. Held. A lead has been struck in several places, and is supposed to be three-quarters of a mile in length, the yielu of gold surpassing the richness of P.al larat in its palmiest days. Intelligence arrived here last night that a party had Doitomca a new noic on me lean, at l»l leet, ami had divided as the proceeds of their labour for one week, u thousand pounds sterling each man. Other accounts are truly astonishing. The gold h generally struck at about 180 feet deep, and the holes hare to be slabbed far 80 feet. The ground is loose and dangerous. The ground on which Curran's store stood was rushed, a hole bottomed, and six poHiids weight of gold was obtained from one bucket of earth. On. Hearing the gold deposit, which i.i found \n gutters, sometimes six feet of sand has to be gone through, then a deposic of boulders, then comes the gold deposit. Water, at ...

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REV. MR. KENTS LECTURE TO THE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

I REV. MR. KENT'S LECTURE TO THE I TEMPK11ANC1S SOCIETY. 1- ' On Tuesday evening, the 12th instant, the members or this J society had an intellectual treat in listening to the several able advocates of tlie cause. i l)it liucoKEs presided on the occasion, and, alter a few introductory remarks, introduced , The Rev. AJr. Oainfoiid, who, in his usual happy ! «ivle elanceJ at several leading topics, and adverted spe ci'ally tu the permtstive bill, which, lie urnrnied, was in tlie hands of the people if they had discretion haw to use their power— and made a strong appeal iu favour of the poor 'Alter which, the Chairman presented 'X'lie Kcv. AlR. Him-, of Muitland, who said: 'I am rather in a novel position to-night, for it is many years since I was at a teetotal meeting, and 1 wits rather bewil dered when 1 s*w my name iu a bill intimating that I was to address a temperance society. 1 am not yet a total ab. Kloiner, but J am ' great advocate of temperance. Ah, I hear my brother Kent lau...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

TASMANIA. We have papers to the 8th instant from Hobart Town, and to the 7th from Lannceston. His Excellency Sir H. E. F. Young has com menced to break up his establishment, prepar atory to retiring from the Governorship of Tas mania, and returning to England in Deoember next. The Mercury states that the Commissioners appointed to conduct tbo experiments in Tas mania for the naturalisation of the salmon, have suceeded in finding a spot adapted to their pur pose ; a lease of which they have obtained for a period of fourteen years. It consists of fourteen acres of land on the River Plenty, which at this place is described as tho very perfection of a salmon stream. The same paper says: — Tempted by the sue kess of the late local. issue of debentures, Minis ters have announced their intention to place at the command of the public a further supply, to the amount of £100,000. In this insteuce how ever, the smaller class of capitalists are specially addressed, as the debentures are to be o...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NBW lNSOt.VK.NT3. ' November 13. — Dnniel Hancock, of Mnrengo, in the district of Luclilun, near Yass, publican und store keeper. Liabilities, £1,910 7s. Assets — value of real property, i'53li ; of personal property, £1,123 ; nutstundini; debts, £159 19s: lOld. Total, £1118 19.4. MJ,u.. Deflci.t £127 7s. l}d. November 1,'?.— Henry Whitakcr, of Denliam Court, near Liverpool, farmer and horsebreakor. Linbilitica, £iM Is. 'Id. Assets — value of personal property.; ; £60 10s. Deficit, £3 1 Is. 4d. | Mf.ETl.NOS OF CaCDITOKS. In tho estate of John Weir, lato of West Maithnd, com fiositor, ii single meeting was held on Monday, at East Mait. and, bef.ire E. D. Day,' Esq., District Commissioner. In. solvent attended, but no creditor was present. Nothing was done. The meeting terminated. On Tuesday, an adjourned single meeting in the estate of John Brady, late of West Mftitlaml, storekeeper, was held at kin Matlliind, hufore E. D. Day, Esq., District Com missioner. Mr. Thomp...

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NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OP ARTS. The adjourned special £cmral meeting of the men J of the School of Arts was hdd on Wednesday eveniwi the court-houce. There wert about thirty ineinbentl sent. Mr. Thomas UullingO'cupied the chair. H The minutes of the previou meeting having been mil Mr. Uewkv pointed out mat he stated to be an .VTl It appeared on the face of the niuutex, that in tin? »,',.'! to what premises were to be l«en, there were only f» M favour of the original motion, jr accepting the utierofikl Co-operative Store, whilst thre were thirty.one fir E amendment, in favour of Ludjw't premises. No iaM there was a large majority furthe latter, but he timS hud counted fifteen hands held ip for the former. I Mr. C.J. Poole expressed lis surprise at liiiimiiJ being brought forward now, whu it had been comtta disposed ot d^the previousJmeting. When the ehiitiui took thjKVotc, lie distinctly stale iliat there uureoul.fi, hands iityd upjbr the origina motion, and l.iirtv.oa against ir. Someone ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

SYDNEY. Mahoney v. Cunningham. — This case, an notion of breach of promise of marriage, was concluded on Monday, in the Supreme Court. The plaiutill had been engaged as servant at tlie house of the dufeodant. an hotulkeeper. but shortly afterwards the wife of the latter died, and, as was alleged, the defendant at once mado proposals to the plaintiff to cohabit with her, protnisiog/.fl8Jmarry her shortly. For a consi derublo time tho plaintiff declined acquiescence, but subsequently yielded under promise of mar riuge. Although repeatedly pressed to fulfil the promise, Cunningham always put off the time, uutil at length the plaintiff left him. For tho defence, the promise was wholly denied. The jury found a verdict for the plaintiff, damages £300. St. Barnabas' Cuurcii Scuoor,.— The foundation stone of a new sohool-house in con nection with St. Barnabas' Church, Parratuatta street, was laid yesterday afternoon, by his Ex cellency Sir John Youug. Tho building about to be creeled will b...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

Tnic establishment of the Newcastle School of Arts may now be regarded as a reality. At a very numerous meeting held on Wednesday week, temporary premises were determined upon, and u code of rules was adopted. On Wednesday last, the various officers for the current year were appointed, and, although only two daj-3 have since elapsed, the com mittee have already taken active steps to caivy out the object for which they were chosen. Thus in the short space of a month — for the first meeting was,oniy held on the 12th Oc tober, although we pointed out, in a leading article on the 2nd of that month, the absolute necessity of such an institution in the city — an institute, which eren now numbers not far short of 200 subscribers, has been formed ; and as all those who have joined it have pledged themselves to support it for 3a period of one year, we have every reason to believe that its success is assured, and that there will be no occasion to lament over its back shdings and decease, like...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, NEWCASTLE.—At a [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

Roman Catholic Church, Newcastle. — At a meeting of the committee, held on Sunday last, it was determined to oall n general meeting of the miiinberi of the congregation, on Sin day, the 2 1th instant, for the consideration of the b;it way of Raising a forth 't amount townnls the building fund of the new church that it is intended to erect, and for the devising mean* for other purposes in connection with the church. Colonial Art. — We were yesterday favoured by Mr. Alexander Flood with a view of a piece of colonial art, which is well deserving of mention. , Upon n BiniiU circular revolving table, mado of colonial wood, handsomely polished, was placed u glass slindo, covering a specimen of the cotton plant, beautifully, nnd nt tha same time, accurately modelled in wax. Both the plant and tho pods -and flowers were exquisitely made, and reflected the greatest credit upon the 'fair artist, n Miss Hughe9,*of Mait lund. Around the larger shade, were eight small ones. N 1. 1 contained a sp...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

MAITLAND. The Mail Robbeiiv.— WilliamMackie, Donald Ross, and Charles Ross, were brought before the bench at West Maitland, yesterday, by remand, under suspicion of having taken part in the late mail robbery. The prisoners Roes had been remanded from Singleton. The depositions before the magistrates at Singleton (which have already been pub itslieu; were reaa. jonamnn anew nepnseu mat lie was a passenger on the mail when it was lobbed. He did not re. I member either of thu prisoners Ross as having been with the robbers. He believed that all (lie men were disguised, but would not say so positively as to tl)c two who kept on horseback.— GuNtavo Asinus deposed that he whs a Ger. man, at present residing at Singleton. He was on the mail when it was robbed, and had been examined by the Single ton bench when the prisoners Ross were in custody. Mackie was not then present. The gold he lost was packed iu a chamois leather bag. There were some nuggets amongst it which he thought he should re...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. The public meeting, adjourned from Monday last, as .otutcd in our lust issue, in consequence uf the inclement, state of the weather, was hold on Wednesday evening, at tli« clmpel in Kitig Strect. T tie buildiii|f was completely filled on the occasion, a lart-o proportion of those present be ing littlk'S. The. following report was read by the honorary secrittury : — The pastut, -Io:iciiis. and members of the Newcastle Con. prepitioiKil Clmrch. Itiive much pleasure in siilnmtliii|r io this inwtinjr, their annual report. In to (loinp; they debire to record their grateful sense of obligation to the Great Head of the church, who lias cronnud their cfTirts with success, and wi'linut whose aid and influence they would hav.' ' luhouri-d in vain, and spent their streiii;(li for nought.' Twelve months Ikivu elj|isii since the visit of the reverends Mvssm. l'unre and (.'ulliuerlsifn, on which occa sion our heloved pastor vat ordained to the full wor...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Ranclaud.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. WHDNKSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Ranclaud.) K Stuay Cow.— William Henry Whyte, butcher, was fined 5s. {or allowing his cow to stray in Walt-street on the 11th instant, Ciiuelty to a Horse.— Christopher Pagan, baker, was fined 20s. and 5s. 4il. costs, or in default, (even days imprisonment for cruelly beating a horse in Wane-street on the flth inst. The fine was paid. Assault.— A summons against Mary Falze, charging her jjwitii assaulting' a child named James Kairbairn, on the 9th inst., was not gone into, the case having been settled out nf court. False Pketenceb.— James Burns, labourer, remanded from the previous day on a charge of drunkenness, was ac cused of being a rogue and a vagabond, nud endeavouring to impose on the owner of the Carpenters Arms by means of false pretences. It appeared that the man went to the hotel and pretended he had authority to get liquor, but on the girl leaving the bar to enquire, she found him on her return, just in t...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tut. Assembly met at half.past three p.m. Mr. Burns p esented two petitions from proprietors and tenants of land near Maitlaml, and near Willis-* Creek, respectively, praying relief by such legislation as would provide for the drainage of land subject to floods. Mr. Wisdom laid upon the table a report from the standing urders Committee Upon the genumess of certain signatures to a petition against the Maitland and Morpeth Railway Bill, presented by Mr. Piddington. The report stated one signature to have been proved spurious, and that there was reason to believe others to be the same. The report was ordered to be printed. Mr. Wisdom briefly showing reasons for tbc conclusions arrived at by the com mittee. In answer to Mr. Wilson, Mr. Cowper said that Mr. Black's report on the Soutnern rivers was in the printer's hands, and when printed would be laid upon the table. In answer to Mr. Bunm, Mr. Cowper said he was not satisfied of the necessity for court of Petty Ses...

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STOCKTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

STOCKTON. The church which has long been wanted and talked ' of in this locality, has at length been cnmiiienced, nnd us all tho materials are on the ground, & is tyoped that the inhabitants may soon have the pleasure of limner nlile to nccunv it. Sines tha ' Pateraojv' steamer was taken off tl-© patent slip, there) hip not been much doing there, with the exception of the drop ship and the barque CrUhmi having been taken up. On the lattei being stripped, caulked aud coppered, she went off btmnt fully, ... The proprietor of the Blip, Mr. Scptt,.h»s just left for S'ydney, en route to Ouj;o, whither he- is proceed ing to inspect the Rtaatmhip Victory, now lying g'.raudcd on that r»nrt of the const, with tho view of entering inlo'-an arrangement with tho'owiiors to lift her. Mr. Sco'tbas already been on a similar trip to Now Zealand, for th- purpose of raining tho William Denny, mourner. We hope that on the prcBont occa sion, ho may moot with tho success, t|iat fron\ his on turp...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. AIUUVAJ.3. Nov. 13.— Wiilism Hill. l-riT. 103, Gregory, from Me!, bnurne. in bailast. G.:o. Mitcht-ll, njrciit. Nov. 13. — Ks|icrmtza. hrjf, IS*, Jiaiu, from Me'bouror, ill ballast. Cmiliiiu. r.pt!i\l. Nov. 13.— .Tiilin ! I -?}??-, bir^-ip. SIS, Underwood, from Ifflbfinrnc, in li:i!!a-t.* Diiii'li- ami Co.. agents. Nov. IS.— NaUl, Intqiip, 1V'S. DeUuifcUd, from Cta£o, K. Z., in Imll.vr. Geo. Aliuiit-ll. ngunl. Nov. 13. — Vib:):». wli'inuer, 121. Wilson, fro:n Gee'iong; in hallutit. Co. Mitchell, ngent. Nov. IS.— Jane, Kclioo-.ier, 112, Mitchell, from Otago, N.2., in hallast. Cc«. Mitchell, o^enr. Nov. 13.— Msrv Ann, r.inmnwr, lilt, Valentine, from Melbourne, in bnllest. D.b!-saud Co., agents. Nov. 13. --C. F. Lasting, bri^. 251, Leasing, from Mel bounie, in bsllnst. Dingle and Co., agents. Nov. 1+, — Rebecca, barque, loO, Marsh, from Brisbane, Queensland, in ballast. Captain, a^ent. Nov. H.— Adolpliux, schooner, 120, Garrard, from Mel bourne, in ballast. Captain,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

1 ; Notice to Mastersof Vessels Trfcding to tbe ! i . PortofNewcastle^/ : A S the STEAM )REDGE is vq/L a/i/Mn the | A Coal ChanneUIl vessels drawing uiider eleven Jeetwiter are requited to use tbejDlind Channel : when practicable, ind ships of gr*iter depth can | only pass the dreqe one hour before high water, i when her mooringsvill be slacked down. D.T.ALLAN, / - Harbour Master. Newcastle, 15thNovetnber, 1861. ~ STEiM TO SYDNEY. Jl Th: Australasian Steam Navi 4y£jlj9L gatin Company's Steamers will leave JjEpaMB^.MoPETii (calling at Newcastle), ^KglgaSeP unti further notice, as follows : — , M ° W ° A ^Icollarov, Captain. Mjjjlfodl, THURSDAYS/ ''7a.m./^^ T U E A^ A W \ r'At0K0- CaPto'1 Adams, FRIDAYS / at 2 p.m. .' GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO.,''T'~ - '? Agents, Scott-street. 1 Newcastle, tovember 9, 1861. Hi''''- [? WATTED TO CHARTER » -, - Vesels, for SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, ; jRm AlELAJDEjftTAGO.andCALIjFOR 1 J»K UU JAMES & ALEX. BR^N. I- ? ___________ PATENT SLIP, STOCKTON....

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ItATIIURST. Tuesday, 9 pjm. — The gold escort uill leave for Sydney to-night, with 3053 ozs. 12 dwts. 12 grs., of which M3 ozs. ly dwte. 8 grs. are from Bathurst.— //., Nov. 13, MiaiSOUllNK. ?fonday, 'p.m.— Mr. llealcs' ministry resigned lite on Saturday night ; Mr. O'Shanussy was win fur; no mil)!*, ti-rs fornisd yeu Large arrival of English goods. — //., Nov. 12. Tnrsday, £ p. m. — The assepibly adjourned, pending ministerial arrangements. — //., Hut. 13. In the assembly, Mr. Hetties announced that he had resigned, and th.U Mr. O'Shanassy had been Bent for; Mr. O'Shailassy i.aid that he expected to have the list of his new ministry ready on or Iwfiirc Friday j it is rumoured that Mr. O'.Shanassy (iiulH greater difficulties thru hc'nmicinatcd.— /i., Nov. 13. Wednesday, 7 p.m. — New Ministry. — Mr. Nicholson cunotiiiccd the new ministry as follows :— Chief secretary, John O'Shnnassy; treasurer, W.C.Haincs; commissioner of lands and works, Charles G. JDull'y; commis...

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