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  1. 27th Premier of Queensland Elections: 1953, 1956; In office 23 January 1952 – 12 August 1957: Monarch: George VI ... Vincent Clair Gair 25 February 1901 ...

  2. With Sir John Lavarack’s [q.v.15] term as governor of Queensland due to end in 1957, Premier Vincent Gair’s [q.v.14] Labor government intended that another Australian would succeed him. The Country and Liberal parties’ coalition, which gained power under (Sir) Francis Nicklin [q.v.15] in August, preferred a British vice-regal representative.

  3. Mar 08, 2018 · Sat 14 Jan 1950 - The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Page 19 - Advertising

  4. Jan 01, 2001 · A record of debates in the Australian House of Representatives on the 5 June 1975, presented in an easily readable form.

  5. Apr 30, 2006 · Among the city's more famous sons and daughters are the novelist Ernestine Hill (1900-1972) who wrote My Love Must Wait, a popular account of the life of Matthew Flinders, Vincent Gair (Premier of Queensland 1952-57, leading member of the famous Labor Party split, Federal Senator 1964-74 and Ambassador to Ireland after Gough Whitlam managed to ...

  6. Cavendish Road State High and Intermediate School opened on Monday, the 4 th of February, 1952, at the initiative of Queensland 's Department of Public Instruction under a State Government formerly led by Premier E. M. "Ned" Hanlon, and by January of that year, by the Gair Administration. Opening the new school would have partly fulfilled an ...

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