Fourth Lyons Ministry


Fourth Lyons Ministry

The Fourth Lyons Ministry was the twenty-fourth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and ran from 29 November 1937 to 7 April 1939. [cite web
title = Lyons Ministry (UAP) 6.1.1932 – 9.11.1934 (UAP–CP Coalition) 9.11.1934 – 7.11.1938
work =Parliamentary Handbook
publisher =Parliament of Australia
date =
url =http://www.aph.gov.au/library/handbook/historical/ministries/17.lyons.htm
accessdate =2007-12-10
] [cite web
title = Lyons Ministry (UAP–CP Coalition) 7.11.1938 – 7.4.1939
work =Parliamentary Handbook
publisher =Parliament of Australia
date =
url =http://www.aph.gov.au/library/handbook/historical/ministries/18.lyons.htm
accessdate =2007-12-10
]

United Australia Party–Australian Country Party Coalition

*Rt Hon Joseph Lyons, MP: Prime Minister (UAP)
*Rt Hon Sir Earle Page, GCMG MP: Minister for Commerce. Minister for Health (to 7 November 1938) (CP)
*Hon Robert Menzies, KC, MP: Attorney-General, Minister for Industry (to 20 March 1939) (UAP)
*Senator Hon Alexander McLachlan: Postmaster-General (to 7 November 1938) (UAP)
*Hon Thomas White, MP: Minister for Trade and Customs (to 8 November 1938) (UAP)
*Hon Richard Casey, MP: Treasurer. Minister in charge of Development and Scientific and Industrial Research (to 7 November 1938) (UAP)
*Rt Hon Billy Hughes, MP: Minister for External Affairs. Vice-President of the Executive Council, Minister in charge of Territories (to 7 November 1938). Attorney-General, Minister for Industry (from 20 March 1939) (UAP)
*Hon Harold Thorby, MP: Minister for Defence (to 7 November 1938), Minister for Works, Minister for Civil Aviation (from 24 November 1938) (CP)
*Senator Hon Harry Foll: Minister in charge of war service homes, Minister for Repatriation (to 7 November 1938), Minister for Health (from 7 November 1938) (UAP)
*Hon Archie Cameron, MP: Postmaster-General (from 7 November 1938) (CP)
*Hon John McEwen, MP: Minister for the Interior (CP)
*Hon Victor Thompson, MP: Minister without portfolio (CP)
*Senator Hon Allan MacDonald: Minister without portfolio (UAP)
*Hon John Perkins, MP: Minister without portfolio (to 7 November 1938), Minister in charge of Territories (7 November 1938 to 8 November 1938), Minister for Trade and Customs (from 8 November 1938) (UAP)
*Senator Hon George McLeay: Vice-President of the Executive Council (from 7 November 1938) (UAP)
*Hon Geoffrey Street, MP: Minister for Defence (from 7 November 1938) (UAP)
*Hon Eric Harrison, MP: Minister without portfolio, administering external territories (from 8 November 1938) (UAP)

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