Second Bruce Ministry

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Second Bruce Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg
17th Ministry of Australia
Date formed18 December 1925
Date dissolved29 November 1928
People and organisations
MonarchGeorge V
Governor-GeneralLord Stonehaven
Prime MinisterStanley Bruce
No. of ministers15
Member partyNationalistCountry coalition
Status in legislatureCoalition majority government
Opposition partyLabor
Opposition leaderMatthew Charlton
James Scullin
History
Election(s)14 November 1925
Outgoing election17 November 1928
Legislature term(s)10th
PredecessorFirst Bruce Ministry
SuccessorThird Bruce Ministry

The Second Bruce Ministry (NationalistCountry Coalition) was the 17th ministry of the Government of Australia. It was led by the country's 8th Prime Minister, Stanley Bruce. The Second Bruce Ministry succeeded the First Bruce Ministry, which dissolved on 18 December 1925 following the federal election that took place in November. The ministry was replaced by the Third Bruce Ministry on 29 November 1928 following the 1928 federal election.[1]

Stanley Bruce, who died in 1967, was the last surviving member of the Second Bruce Ministry; Bruce was also the last surviving member of the Fifth Hughes Ministry and the First Bruce Ministry. Earle Page was the last surviving Country minister.

Ministry[edit]

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Nationalist Rt Hon Stanley Bruce (CH) MC
(1883–1967)

MP for Flinders
(1918–1929)

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Country Hon Dr Earle Page
(1880–1961)

MP for Cowper
(1919–1961)

Earle Page 1920.jpg
Nationalist Rt Hon (Sir) George Pearce (KCVO)
(1870–1952)

Senator for Western Australia
(1901–1938)

George Pearce 1927.jpg
Nationalist Hon John Latham CMG KC
(1877–1964)

MP for Kooyong
(1922–1934)

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Nationalist Hon Herbert Pratten
(1865–1928)

MP for Martin
(1922–1928)

Herbert Pratten - May Moore (cropped).jpg
Nationalist Hon Sir Neville Howse VC KCB KCMG
(1863–1930)

MP for Calare
(1922–1929)

Neville Howse - Lafayette (cropped).jpg
Nationalist Hon (Sir) Victor Wilson (KBE)
(1877–1957)

Senator for South Australia
(1920–1926)

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Country Hon William Gibson
(1869–1955)

MP for Corangamite
(1918–1929)

William Gibson - Talma & Co (cropped).jpg
Country Hon William Hill
(1866–1939)

MP for Echuca
(1919–1934)

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Country Hon Llewellyn Atkinson
(1867–1945)

MP for Wilmot
(1906–1929)

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Nationalist Hon Charles Marr DSO MC
(1880–1960)

MP for Parkes
(1919–1929)

Sir Charles Marr (cropped).jpg
Nationalist Hon Thomas Crawford
(1865–1948)

Senator for Queensland
(1917–1947)

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  • Honorary Minister
Nationalist Hon Sir William Glasgow KCB CMG DSO VD
(1876–1955)

Senator for Queensland
(1920–1932) (in Ministry from 18 June 1926)

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Country Hon Thomas Paterson
(1882–1952)

MP for Gippsland
(1922–1943) (in Ministry from 18 June 1926)

Thomas Paterson 1925.jpg
Nationalist Hon Alexander McLachlan
(1872–1956)

Senator for South Australia
(1926–1944) (in Ministry from 29 August 1926)

Alexander McLachlan 1927.jpg
  • Honorary Minister (from 29 August 1926)

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Notes[edit]

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