John A. Millar

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  2. Wilson 1985, p. 220.
  3. Wilson 1985, p. 252.
  4. Wilson 1985, p. 74.
  5. Hamer 1988, pp. 349–354.
  6. Wilson 1985, p. 159.
  7. "Cemeteries search". Dunedin City Council. Retrieved 30 November 2014.

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John A. Millar
John Andrew Millar.jpg
4th Minister of Railways
In office
24 May 1908 24 August 1912
Political offices
Preceded by Chairman of Committees of the House of Representatives
19031905
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister of Customs
1906–1909
Succeeded by
Preceded by Minister of Railways
1908–1912
Succeeded by
New Zealand Parliament
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Chalmers
(Constituency renamed from Port Chalmers)
1893–1896
Vacant
Constituency abolished, recreated in 1902
Title next held by
Edmund Allen
In abeyance
Title last held by
Frederick Fitchett
Member of Parliament for Dunedin Central
1905–1908
Succeeded by