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DUNCAN-HUGHES, John GrantBiography for DUNCAN-HUGHES, John Grant

Member for Wakefield (SA)

United Australia Party



Parliamentary Service

Elected to the House of Representatives for Boothby, South Australia, 1922. Re-elected 1925. Defeated at general elections 1928. Elected to the Senate for South Australia 1931. Retired prior to general elections 1938. Elected to the House of Representatives for Wakefield, South Australia, 1940. Defeated at general elections 1943.


Parliamentary Positions

Temporary Chairman of Committees from 1927 to 1928


Committee Service

Senate Standing: Library from 4.7.1924 to 1938; Regulations and Ordinances from 17.3.1932 to 1938 (Chair from 1935 to 1937).

Survey of Manpower and Resources from 1941 to 1942.


Other Positions

Member, Adelaide Club from 1907 to 1962

President, Adelaide Club from 1935 to 1937


Personal

Born 1.9.1882, Hughes Park, Australia

Died 13.8.1962, Medindie

Married


Qualifications and Occupations before entering Federal Parliament

M.A

LL.B

Solicitor


Decorations

Awarded Military Cross, 1928

Appointed Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order, 15.10.1920


Military Service

Commissioned in Field Artillery, 1915

Served in Royal Field Artillery in France from 1915 to 1919, Belgium and elsewhere, rising to rank of Acting Major and retiring with rank of Captain

Appointed aide-de-camp 1920, and Private Secretary to the Governor-General, His Excellency Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson