Charles Hawker

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Charles Hawker
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Minister for Commerce
In office
13 April 1932 23 September 1932
Political offices
Preceded by Minister for Markets
Minister for Commerce

1932
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister for Repatriation
1932
Succeeded by
Parliament of Australia
Preceded by Member for Wakefield
1929–38
Succeeded by