4 edition of Biographical register of the South Australian Parliament, 1857-1957 found in the catalog.
Biographical register of the South Australian Parliament, 1857-1957
Bibliography: p. xiii-xiv.
|Statement||Howard Coxon, John Playford, and Robert Reid.|
|Contributions||Playford, John, 1945-, Reid, Robert, 1931-1976.|
|LC Classifications||JQ4954 .C69 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 245 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||86121371|
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Includes many anecdotes from railwaymen on Eyre Peninsula. Brown, Anthony J., Ill-starred Captains, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Fremantle, The voyages of Flinders and Baudin.
Coxon, Howard, John Playford and Robert Reid, Biographical Register of the South Australian ParliamentWakefield Press, Netley, In he was elected to South Australian Parliament as the member for Wallaroo.
In both and he was re-elected - heading the poll at both elections. 'Biographical sketch no. 4, Honourable Member for Copperville, p. Coxon, Howard, Biographical register of the South Australian ParliamentNetley, S.
Aust. State Library of South Australia: Biographical register of the South Australian Parliament Netley, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press, c a short history of the Labor movement in South Australia, including biographical sketches of leading members,Adelaide:. The Biographical Register of the South Australian Parliament (Adel, ) Parliamentary Debates (House of Assembly, South Australia), 5 Septp Register (Adelaide), 23 June5 Septp 6.
Biographical register of the South Australian Parliament Biographical register of the Queensland Parliament with an outline of Queensland electorates / by D.B. Waterson and John Arnold. (Photocopy) Bibliography: p.
xi-xii. Biographical index of South Australians, Modbury, S.A: Archive CD Books Australia. MLA Citation. Thomas, Jan.
and Statton, Jill. and South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society. Biographical index of South Australians, [electronic resource] Archive CD Books Australia Modbury, S.A Australian/Harvard Citation.
The South Australian Parliament Research Library is a division of the Joint Parliamentary Service. Library policy is approved by the Joint Parliamentary Service Committee and administered by the Parliamentary Librarian.
The principal objectives of the Library are. view business of the council. house of assembly. view business of the assembly. Biographical register of the South Australian ParliamentNetley, S.
Aust.: Wakefield Press, c, pp. Darling, Janet L. 'John Henry Barrow of 'The Advertiser', Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, South Australian Branch, vol. 66, Decemberpp.
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Shelf Location: LS SOL NSW BY LOCATIONFile Size: KB. D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume oneParliamentary History Project, Perth, WA,p. Further Information. Aitchison, R, The Americans in Australia (Melbourne: AE Press, ) Coxon, H, Playford, J, Reid, R, Biographical Register of South Australian Parliament – (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, ) Hoyle, AR, King O’Malley: ‘The American Bounder’ (Melbourne: Macmillan, ) Jaensch, D (ed), The Flinders History of South Australia: Political History (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, ).
Bank of New South Wales Roll of Honour, Sydney, Bank of NSW, (22 mbs). David Black and Geoffrey Bolton, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western One,Perth, Western Australian Parliamentary History Project, (16 mbs).
Carment, D. Recollections, privately published, (4 mbs) Cockburn, Rodney. Coxon, H, Playford, J and Reid, R (eds), Biographical Register of the South Australian Parliament – (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, ) Daly, J, Elysian Fields: Sport Class and Community in Colonial South Australia – (Adelaide: self-published, ).
South Australian Potato Board, Report of the Working Party for Review of the Potato Marketing Act, [Adelaide, The Working Party], South Australian stud beef cattle register, v.
1 (/), John England, Happy Valley, –. South Australian Urban Land Trust, Report of the South Australian Urban Land Trust, Adelaide: The Trust, Thomas was a seller of law books in Fleet Street. Together they established the South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register (the Register)in The first woman to be involved with the press could be said to be Miss Mary Hindmarsh who edited a hand produced news sheet on board the Buffalo, during the journey to South Australia.
On the United Labour Party, see Dickey, Brian, ‘ South Australia ’ in Murphy, D.J. (ed.), Labor in politics (St Lucia, Queensland, ); Coxon, H., Playford, J.
and Reid, R., Biographical register of the South Australian parliament, (Adelaide, ). On the conservative side of colonial politics there was also considerable Irish Cited by: 3. BOOK Cencus Census South Australia Jaunay, Graham, CDROM Cencus A bibliography of the First Fleet Crittenden BOOK Convicts A biographical register Biographical register of the New South Wales Parliament, A.
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Howard Coxon has written: 'Biographical register of the South Australian Parliament, ' -- subject(s): Biography, Legislators, Politicians, South Australia, South Australia.
Parliament. D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume oneParliamentary History Project, Perth, WA. Cordes, Dene D, A history of the Leslie (Alvie) Clan (Kingscote: Islander Press, ) Coxon, H, Playford, J and Reid, R (eds), Biographical Register of the South Australian Parliament – (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, ) Daly, J, Elysian Fields: Sport Class and Community in Colonial South Australia – (Adelaide: self-published, ).
James Alexander Heaslip (11 October – 13 August ) was an Australian politician who represented the South Australian House of Assembly seat of Rocky River from to for the Liberal and Country League. Heaslip was born in Carrieton and educated at the Appila State School and Prince Alfred College.
He was a farmer and grazier, as well as a director of Grosvenor Hotel Ltd and. Inthe South Australian Parliament passed legislation to permit women to vote and to stand as candidates for Parliament in that legislature. This year,is the centenary of that milestone in Australian electoral history.
This publication commemorates this centenary and in particular the achievements of women. Horace Cox Hogben (20 September – 18 December ) was an Australian politician who represented the South Australian House of Assembly multi-member seat of Sturt from to for the Liberal and Country League.
Hogben was born at Magill and was educated at the Magill and Port Pirie state schools. Early life. Cowan who was born in County Tyrone, Ireland (now Northern Ireland), was the eldest son of John Cowan, a ploughman and shepherd, and his wife Margaret, néehis parents and four younger siblings immigrated to South Australia, arriving in Adelaide on 3 August The family initially settled in North Adelaide where Cowan assisted his father with a horse-drawn taxi Nationality: British.
My South Australian biographies would have been sadly incomplete but for the aid I derived from my friend Mr. Bonython, of the Adelaide Advertiser, and from Mr.
Johns, of the South Australian Register, who, through the medium of the proprietor of that paper, Mr. Kyffin Thomas, kindly cleared up for me a number of troublesome queries. Josiah Symon. Sir Josiah Henry Symon KCMG KC (27 September – 29 March ) was an Australian lawyer and politician.
He was a Senator for South Australia from to and Attorney-General of Australia from to Nationality: Scottish Australian. In-text: (McKENNA, Nicholas Edward (–) Senator for Tasmania., –68 (Australian Labor Party) | The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate, ) Your Bibliography: Mckenna, Nicholas Edward (–) Senator For Tasmania., –68 (Australian Labor Party) | The Biographical Dictionary Of The Australian Senate.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of South Australia books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Lloyd Clarence Hughes (15 October – 11 May ) was an Australian politician who represented the South Australian House of Assembly seat of Wallaroo from to for the Labor Party.
Ochiltree House was built in and sits in the fashionable section of South Adelaide at the corner of East and South terraces. Ten years previously, Rounsevell had built himself a large room mansion in Hutt Street now known as the Naval, Military and Air Force Club.
William Humphrey Harvey (2 May – 6 November ) was an Australian politician. He was a member of the South Australian Legislative Council from to He served as Minister for Education, Mines and Agriculture from to History.
Harvey was born at Moonta Mines and attended the local state school. On leaving school, he found employment with the Moonta Mining and.
Biography. John Scaddan was born in Moonta, South Australia, into a Cornish Australian family. He was educated at the state schools in Woodside and Eaglehawk, Victoria, the age of thirteen he worked in the mines at Eaglehawk, while continuing his schooling part-time at the Bendigo School of Mines and worked in the area untilwhen he came to Western Australia Preceded by: Frank Wilson.
19 Nov Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Statistical Register. South Australia Statistical Dept. 20 Nov The National Centre of Biography was established in June in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University to act as a centre of activity for all those writing and reading biography in Australia and beyond.
Our aim is to develop a community of scholars, writers, students, and readers of biography. D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Aus‐ tralia: volume two ‐, Western Australian Parliamentary History Project, Perth, WA, K Campbell, ‘Tributes ﬂow for champion of State’, The West Australian, 24 Decemberp.
Size: KB.The question is quite unclear, however I hope this answers the question: The various State parliaments of Australia have either one or two Houses of Parliament. When there are two, they are the.D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume oneParliamentary History Project, Perth, WA,p.
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