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AUSTRALIAN TRANSPORT. Below Standard. "Mischievous Politicians." LONDON, March 2.

3 March 1928, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 33

…based in the interior; the opposite of External Affairs if you like. The people who held this position were high in the ministry but stayed for only a year: Sir William Lyne , the anti-federationist NSW premier; Sir John Forrest the premier of one side of the country. Lee Batchelor , Dugald Thomson , Littleton Groom , Thomas Ewing , John Keating , Hugh Mahon and George Fuller were crushed under the weight of their portfolio and quickly slammed the door behind them. They were expected to administer the Territories: ACT and Northern Territory in their spare time while handling transport and immigration , agriculture and industry , and so on. Who could stay a goodly term in Home Affairs if not the well moniker-ed King O'Malley who didst endure three years of doing a bit of everything. Or telling other people to. And returned to see out the first incarnation of Minister for Home Affairs. Joseph Cook and William Archibald  returning to the single year pattern in between. This was not the last of Home Affairs as portfolio, but, when Fred Bamford of the National Labor Party (in this, different to an earlier - and later - Australian Labor Party)…

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PLANNED AGRICULTURE AUSTRALIAN DIRECTOR. Federal Decision Announced.

3 November 1942, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), page 2

…the opposite of External Affairs if you like. The people who held this position were high in the ministry but stayed for only a year: Sir William Lyne , the anti-federationist NSW premier; Sir John Forrest the premier of one side of the country. Lee Batchelor , Dugald Thomson , Littleton Groom , Thomas Ewing , John Keating , Hugh Mahon and George Fuller were crushed under the weight of their portfolio and quickly slammed the door behind them. They were expected to administer the Territories: ACT and Northern Territory in their spare time while handling transport and immigration , agriculture and industry , and so on. Who could stay a goodly term in Home Affairs if not the well moniker-ed King O'Malley who didst endure three years of doing a bit of everything. Or telling other people to. And returned to see out the first incarnation of Minister for Home Affairs. Joseph Cook and William Archibald  returning to the single year pattern in between. This was not the last of Home Affairs as portfolio, but, when Fred Bamford of the National Labor Party (in this, different to an earlier - and later - Australian Labor Party) took the keys, it…

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PEACE IN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY

17 July 1928, Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916 - 1938), page 1

…of External Affairs if you like. The people who held this position were high in the ministry but stayed for only a year: Sir William Lyne , the anti-federationist NSW premier; Sir John Forrest the premier of one side of the country. Lee Batchelor , Dugald Thomson , Littleton Groom , Thomas Ewing , John Keating , Hugh Mahon and George Fuller were crushed under the weight of their portfolio and quickly slammed the door behind them. They were expected to administer the Territories: ACT and Northern Territory in their spare time while handling transport and immigration , agriculture and industry , and so on. Who could stay a goodly term in Home Affairs if not the well moniker-ed King O'Malley who didst endure three years of doing a bit of everything. Or telling other people to. And returned to see out the first incarnation of Minister for Home Affairs. Joseph Cook and William Archibald  returning to the single year pattern in between. This was not the last of Home Affairs as portfolio, but, when Fred Bamford of the National Labor Party (in this, different to an earlier - and later - Australian Labor Party) took the keys, it was to…

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MINISTER FOR HOME AFFAIRS CIVIC RECEPTION BREAK OF GAUGE AT KALGOORLIE. MINISTER'S POINTED REMARKS.

12 October 1915, Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA : 1896 - 1916), page 15

…were high in the ministry but stayed for only a year: Sir William Lyne , the anti-federationist NSW premier; Sir John Forrest the premier of one side of the country. Lee Batchelor , Dugald Thomson , Littleton Groom , Thomas Ewing , John Keating , Hugh Mahon and George Fuller were crushed under the weight of their portfolio and quickly slammed the door behind them. They were expected to administer the Territories: ACT and Northern Territory in their spare time while handling transport and immigration , agriculture and industry , and so on. Who could stay a goodly term in Home Affairs if not the well moniker-ed King O'Malley who didst endure three years of doing a bit of everything. Or telling other people to. And returned to see out the first incarnation of Minister for Home Affairs. Joseph Cook and William Archibald  returning to the single year pattern in between. This was not the last of Home Affairs as portfolio, but, when Fred Bamford of the National Labor Party (in this, different to an earlier - and later - Australian Labor Party) took the keys, it was to Home and Territories , and would remain so from 1916 to 1929 when…

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Our Melbourne Letter. Marked Personalities.

3 October 1914, Ovens and Murray Advertiser (Beechworth, Vic. : 1855 - 1866; 1914 -1918), page 1

…, John Keating , Hugh Mahon and George Fuller were crushed under the weight of their portfolio and quickly slammed the door behind them. They were expected to administer the Territories: ACT and Northern Territory in their spare time while handling transport and immigration , agriculture and industry , and so on. Who could stay a goodly term in Home Affairs if not the well moniker-ed King O'Malley who didst endure three years of doing a bit of everything. Or telling other people to. And returned to see out the first incarnation of Minister for Home Affairs. Joseph Cook and William Archibald  returning to the single year pattern in between. This was not the last of Home Affairs as portfolio, but, when Fred Bamford of the National Labor Party (in this, different to an earlier - and later - Australian Labor Party) took the keys, it was to Home and Territories , and would remain so from 1916 to 1929 when it slid on its slippers and resumed its former mantle. Still there were eight Ministers for Home and Territories during those thirteen years: Bamford Paddy Glynn Alexander Poynton George Pearce William Glasgow Charles Marr Neville Howse Aubrey Abbott Arthur Blakely made…

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Mr. Eric Harrison Farewelled by Cabinet

31 March 1950, The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), page 4

…and would remain so from 1916 to 1929 when it slid on its slippers and resumed its former mantle. Still there were eight Ministers for Home and Territories during those thirteen years: Bamford Paddy Glynn Alexander Poynton George Pearce William Glasgow Charles Marr Neville Howse Aubrey Abbott Arthur Blakely made it to Home Affairs 1929-32, during the Great Depression. The department was still known by this name when Archdale Parkhill took over but he became Minister for the Interior , and the name Home Affairs would not appear again for another forty five years. the Interior Archdale Parkhill John Perkins Eric Harrison Thomas Paterson John McEwen Harry Foll Joe Collings Herbert Johnson Philip McBride Wilfrid Kent Hughes Allen Fairhall Gordon Freeth John Gorton Doug Anthony Peter Nixon Ralph Hunt Lance Barnard Home Affairs (and the Environment) Robert Ellicott revived the Home Affairs title in 1977. In 1981, the Environment was appended. There were another three coalition Ministers and one Labor minister who bore this title, before it was again returned to Home Affairs. The four after Ellicott were Michael MacKellar , Ian Wilson , Tom McVeigh and Barry Cohen . back Home Robert Ray Bob Debus Brendan O'Connor Jason Clare…

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THE SENATE NEW SOUTH WALES

15 December 1919, Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), page 1

…remain so from 1916 to 1929 when it slid on its slippers and resumed its former mantle. Still there were eight Ministers for Home and Territories during those thirteen years: Bamford Paddy Glynn Alexander Poynton George Pearce William Glasgow Charles Marr Neville Howse Aubrey Abbott Arthur Blakely made it to Home Affairs 1929-32, during the Great Depression. The department was still known by this name when Archdale Parkhill took over but he became Minister for the Interior , and the name Home Affairs would not appear again for another forty five years. the Interior Archdale Parkhill John Perkins Eric Harrison Thomas Paterson John McEwen Harry Foll Joe Collings Herbert Johnson Philip McBride Wilfrid Kent Hughes Allen Fairhall Gordon Freeth John Gorton Doug Anthony Peter Nixon Ralph Hunt Lance Barnard Home Affairs (and the Environment) Robert Ellicott revived the Home Affairs title in 1977. In 1981, the Environment was appended. There were another three coalition Ministers and one Labor minister who bore this title, before it was again returned to Home Affairs. The four after Ellicott were Michael MacKellar , Ian Wilson , Tom McVeigh and Barry Cohen . back Home Robert Ray Bob Debus Brendan O'Connor Jason Clare…