|Author:||Joan A. Rydon|
|Title:||Biographical Register of the Commonwealth Parliament, 1901-72 (Australian parliaments : Biographical notes)|
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|Publisher:||Imprint unknown (August 1978)|
J Rydon, A federal legislature: the Australian Commonwealth Parliament 1901–80, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1986, p. 12. .Parliamentary Library, Parliamentary handbook of the Commonwealth of Australia, 44th Parliament, Parliamentary Library, Canberra, 2014. Dame Enid Lyons was the first woman elected to the House of Representatives when elected in 1943. She was also the first woman in Cabinet, appointed Vice-President of the Executive Council in 1949 during the Menzies Government. The views expressed do not reflect an official position of the Parliamentary Library, nor do they constitute professional legal opinion. Any concerns or complaints should be directed to the Parliamentary Librarian.
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This is a list of the members of the Australian Senate in the First Australian Parliament, which was elected on 29 March 1901. There were 36 senators in this initial parliament. Terms were deemed to start on 1 January 1901. The process for filing of casual vacancies was complex, with.
Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia, Volume Two, 1930-1990 (Revised e. Parliament House: Parliament of Western Australia. Members of Western Australian parliaments by term. Hidden categories: Use dmy dates from November 2016.
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"The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate 1901". Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 24 February 2017. a b Psephos Adam Carr's Election Archive, Senate 1903 National summary NSW, Vic, Qld, WA, SA, Tas and appointments. Retrieved 27 February 2017. Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (Imp) Part II the Senate. "Rotation of Senators" (PDF). Parliamentary Debates (Hansard). The term of the territory senators expires at the time as there is an election for the House of Representatives. The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act of 1900 established the Senate as part of the new system of government in newly federated Australia. From a comparative perspective, the Australian Senate exhibits distinctive characteristics. Unlike upper Houses in other Westminster system governments, the Senate is not a body with limited legislative power.
Federal elections for the inaugural Parliament of Australia were held in Australia on Friday 29 March and Saturday 30 March 1901 following Federation and the establishment of the Commonwealth of Australia. All 75 seats in the Australian House of Representatives, six of which were uncontested, as well as all 36 seats in the Australian Senate, were up for election. After the initial confusion of the Hopetoun Blunder, the first Prime Minister of Australia, Edmund Barton, went in to the inaugural 1901 federal election as the appointed head of a Protectionist Party caretaker government.