H. B. Higgins

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Henry Bournes Higgins
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Justice of the High Court of Australia
In office
13 October 1906 13 January 1929
Political offices
Preceded by Attorney-General of Australia
1904
Succeeded by
Parliament of Australia
New divisionMember for Northern Melbourne
1901–1906
Division abolished