Second Deakin Ministry

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The Second Deakin Ministry was the fifth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and ran from 5 July 1905 to 24 January 1907.[1]

Protectionist Party

Portfolio Minister
Prime Minister and Minister for External Affairs Hon Alfred Deakin, MP
Treasurer Rt Hon Sir John Forrest, GCMG MP
Attorney-General Hon Isaac Isaacs, KC MP (to 12 October 1906)

Hon Littleton Groom, MP (from 12 October 1906)

Minister for Home Affairs Hon Littleton Groom, MP (to 12 October 1906)

Hon Thomas Ewing (from 12 October 1906)

Minister for Trade and Customs Hon Sir William Lyne, KCMG MP
Minister for Defence Senator Hon Thomas Playford
Postmaster-General Hon Austin Chapman, MP
Vice-President of the Executive Council Hon Thomas Ewing (to 12 October 1906)

Senator Hon John Keating (from 12 October 1906)

Ministers without portfolios Senator Hon John Keating (to 12 October 1906)

Hon Samuel Mauger (from 12 October 1906)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 17 September 2010.