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2 edition of New Zealand parliamentary record, 1840-1949. found in the catalog.

New Zealand parliamentary record, 1840-1949.

Scholefield, Guy Hardy

New Zealand parliamentary record, 1840-1949.

by Scholefield, Guy Hardy

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Published by R.E. Owen in Wellington .
Written in English

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  • New Zealand -- Politics and government.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination244 p.
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16650455M

    Read the full-text online edition of Historical Records of New Zealand - Vol. 2 (). As recent events in Parliament have shown that considerable misunderstanding exists regarding these Records, and the relation of the writer to them, the latter takes this opportunity of stating the position. Full access to this book and o Online book compiled to commemorate those who served in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) and who died in World War I. at New Zealand Military Historical Society Apply for military service records Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

    Images and index of the ship passenger lists from Archives New Zealand. There are various types of lists including both outbound and inbound passengers at the various port of New Zealand. The earliest outbound lists are from minor ports (ports other than Auckland or Wellington) and begin in The inbound passenger lists also include airplane arrivals in Auckland beginning in and. Electorate results for the New Zealand general election. Electorate Incumbent Winner Majority Runner up General electorates: Ashburton: William Nosworthy: † John Kennedy Auckland Central: Albert Glover: 2, Michael Joseph Savage: Auckland East: Arthur Myers: 1, Arthur Withy: Auckland West: Charles Poole: James Bradney: 1, Charles Poole: Avon.

    Speakers’ Rulings are decisions made by Speakers or Chairpersons in the House of Representatives that explain the application or understanding of Standing Orders and other important parliamentary precedents. Read the Speakers’ Rulings for an insight into the diverse work of Parliament. Ministries. The Liberal Government of New Zealand had taken office on 24 January John Ballance, who had been leading the Ballance Ministry, had died on 27 April and had been succeeded by the Seddon Ministry under Richard Seddon. The Seddon Ministry remained in power for the whole term of this Parliament and held power until Seddon's death on 10 June


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Get this from a library. New Zealand parliamentary record, [Guy H Scholefield;]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: New Zealand parliamentary record Wellington: R.E.

Owen, (OCoLC) Material Type. Title: New Zealand Parliamentary Record Author Name: Scholefield, Guy H. (ed.) Categories: Category Available, test2, Edition: First Edition Publisher. Get this from a library. New Zealand parliamentary record supplement [J O Wilson;]. The New Zealand Parliamentary Record: Being a Record of the Constitution, Successive Governors, Parliaments, and Ministries, Etc., and Containing an Alphabetical Roll of Members of Both Houses of Parliament Until Septemberand of Members of Provincial Councils.

Friday 1 November am. Edited by G.A. Wood The book. A timely record of New Zealand's first-past-the-post voting system. An essential reference for voters or anyone working in politics, journalism, research or education, this book records all the ministers and members of the New Zealand Parliament since New Zealand Birth Certificates – 50 of New Zealand's Founding Documents.

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The Cyclopedia of New Zealand: Taranaki, Hawke’s Bay & Wellington Provincial Districts. Christchurch. Retrieved 22 June King, Michael (). The Penguin History of New Zealand (20 ed.).

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