Third Deakin Ministry

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The Third Deakin Ministry was the sixth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and ran from 24 January 1907 to 13 November 1908.[1]

Protectionist Party

Portfolio Minister
Prime Minister and Minister for External Affairs Hon Alfred Deakin, MP
Treasurer Rt Hon Sir John Forrest, GCMG MP (to 30 July 1907)

Hon Sir William Lyne, KCMG MP (from 30 July 1907)

Attorney-General Hon Littleton Groom, MP
Minister for Home Affairs Senator Hon John Keating
Minister for Trade and Customs Hon Sir William Lyne, KCMG MP (to 30 July 1907)

Hon Austin Chapman, MP (from 30 July 1907)

Minister for Defence Hon Thomas Ewing, MP
Postmaster-General Hon Austin Chapman, MP (to 30 July 1907)

Hon Samuel Mauger (from 30 July 1907)

Vice-President of the Executive Council Senator Hon John Keating (to 20 February 1907)

Senator Hon Robert Best (from 20 February 1907)

Ministers without portfolios Hon Samuel Mauger (to 30 July 1907)

Hon James Hume Cook, MP (from 28 January 1908)

References[edit]

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