Joseph Ward

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Sir Joseph Ward
Joseph Ward c. 1906.jpg
c.1906
17th Prime Minister of New Zealand
Government offices
Preceded by Prime Minister of New Zealand
1906–1912

1928–1930
Succeeded by
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Political offices
Preceded by
Timothy James Warren
Mayor of Bluff
1882–1886
Succeeded by
J. Smith
Political offices
Preceded by Postmaster-General
1891–1896

1899–1912

1915–1919

1929–1930
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Preceded by
Richard Seddon
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Gordon Coates
Preceded bySucceeded by
James Donald
Preceded by
Patrick Buckley
Electric Telegraph Commissioner
1891–1896

1899–1906
Succeeded by
Richard Seddon
Preceded by
Richard Seddon
Position abolished
New title Minister of Telegraphs
1906–1912

1915–1919

1929–1930
Succeeded by
Harry Ell
Preceded by
Heaton Rhodes
Succeeded by
Gordon Coates
Preceded by
James Donald
Succeeded by
James Donald
New title Minister of Health
1900–1906
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Preceded by Minister of Railways
1900–1906
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New Zealand Parliament
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Awarua
18871919
Succeeded by
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Invercargill
19251930
Succeeded by
Baronetage of the United Kingdom
New creation Baronet
(of Wellington)
1911–1930
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