Scullin Ministry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Scullin Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg
20th Ministry of Australia
Scullinministry.jpg
Date formed22 October 1929
Date dissolved6 January 1932
People and organisations
MonarchGeorge VI
Governor-GeneralThe Baron Stonehaven (1929–1930)
Sir Isaac Isaacs (1931–1932)
Prime MinisterJames Scullin
No. of ministers11
Member partyLabor
Status in legislatureMajority government
Opposition partyNationalist (1929–1931)
UAP (1931–1932)
Opposition leaderJohn Latham (1929–1931)
Joseph Lyons (1931–1932)
History
Election(s)12 October 1929
Outgoing election19 December 1931
PredecessorSecond Bruce Ministry
SuccessorFirst Lyons Ministry

The Scullin Ministry was the twentieth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and ran from 22 October 1929 to 6 January 1932.[1]

Ministry[edit]

Minister Portrait Title
  James Scullin MP Portrait of James H. Scullin (cropped).jpg
  Ted Theodore MP Ted Theodore 1931.jpg
  Arthur Blakeley MP Arthur Blakeley.jpg
  Albert Green MP Albert Green 1905 (cropped).jpg
  Senator John Daly John Joseph Daly.jpg
  Ben Chifley MP BenChifley2.jpg
  James Fenton MP James Fenton - Dover Studios (cropped).jpg
  Frank Forde MP Frank Forde 1929.jpg
  Frank Anstey MP Frank Anstey 1929 (cropped).jpg
  John McNeill MP John James McNeill (cropped).jpg
  Joseph Lyons MP Joseph Lyons 1932-01 (cropped).jpg
  Parker Moloney MP Parker Moloney.jpg
  Senator John Barnes John Barnes.jpg

Assistant ministers[edit]

Minister Portrait Title
  Jack Beasley MP Jack Beasley 1930.jpg
  Jack Holloway MP Jack Holloway.jpg
  Senator John Barnes John Barnes.jpg
  Senator John Dooley Senator John Dooley (cropped).jpg
  Frank Forde MP Frank Forde 1929.jpg
  Charles Culley MP Portrait of Charles Ernest Culley (cropped).jpg
  Senator John Daly John Joseph Daly.jpg
  • Assistant Minister (from 26 June 1931)
  Lou Cunningham MP Lucien Lawrence Cunningham 02 (cropped).jpg
  • Assistant Minister (from 26 June 1931)

Notes[edit]

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